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Topic: 1996 National Meeting
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Re: 1996 National Meeting
Posted: Apr 14, 1995 4:00 PM
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I agree that the lead time of 2 years is silly. I attended one session on
CBL's (were they even *out* two years ago?) and another on the Big Bang
(which hadn't even been proven yet).

It is nice to have a complete bulletin with topics and times well in advance,
but would anyone object to seeing a lot of topics labeled "To Be Announced"?
The veterans at my school say you shouldn't even pick by name, but by
presenter! And I must admit that the one all-day session I went to, "The
Geometric Ride of Paul Revere", didn't have much to do with Paul Revere, but
was very good because of Masunaga and company who were running it.

Ben Dillon (bendillon@aol.com)
St. Joseph's HS, South Bend, IN
"Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before
breakfast!" -- from Through the Looking-Glass

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