[OhQP-mail] OhQP Rules Clarification Requested
Jimk8mr at aol.com
Jimk8mr at aol.com
Tue Aug 23 19:56:53 EDT 2011
Yes, a station operating from Ohio can contribute its score to a non-Ohio
However, that score will be part of the non-Ohio club's Ohio Club score.
That club may also have entries in the non-Ohio club competition. The
Society of Midwest Contesters, for example, has on many occasions had entries in
both the Ohio and non-Ohio club categories.
The wording may be misleading in referring to Ohio Clubs, and implying
that only Ohio-based clubs may take part in the Ohio club competition. But in
practice it does not matter where the Ohio club is based, only where its
members operate from.
Ric, thanks for coming on up to be part of our party! And we will be
looking forward to working lots of your TCG brothers back home in Tennessee.
73 - Jim K8MR
In a message dated 8/23/2011 7:46:47 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
wo4o at home-sweet-loans.com writes:
Excerpt from the Ohio QSO Party Rules:
“CLUB COMPETITION - Members' scores from Ohio stations will be credited
towards their Ohio club. A plaque will be awarded to the Ohio club with the
highest score. As the sponsoring club, the Mad River Radio Club is excluded
from this competition, although its members may contribute their scores for
other Ohio clubs to which they belong. A listing of out of state club
scores will be posted with the results, although there will be no plaque
awarded to the winning out of state club. Only non-Ohio scores may be credited to
those club totals.”
Question: For Club Competition in the Ohio QSO Party, can a station
operating from Ohio in the Ohio QSO Party contribute its score to a non-Ohio
73, RiC _wo4o_
(http://www.home-sweet-loans.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=48&Itemid=78) (2011 OhQP a.k.a. n 8 o GREE)
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