I think there were also early bird awards for submitting the log within a
certain amount of time; anybody know who "won" those? Was there a certain
way one had to "apply" for the worked all awards or the t shirts?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry " <email@example.com>
To: "jsschuster" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "contest Reflector"
Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 4:10 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Worked All WRTC OJ Station Award?
> Nope, nor have I received my WRTC t-shirt for working 130 (I think)
> And, I'm still waiting for my VP6DI card.
> I could probably think of some other complaints, too, given more time :.)
> Barry W2UP
> On 15 Oct 2002 jsschuster wrote:
> > Seems to me there was going to be an award for working them all. Has
> > anyone received anything ? Tnx JACK W1WEF
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> Barry Kutner, W2UP Internet: email@example.com
> Newtown, PA Frankford Radio Club
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>From Art Popoff" <firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Oct 16 03:47:42 2002
From: Art Popoff" <email@example.com (Art Popoff)
Subject: Fw: [CQ-Contest] Re "No QSL Needed"
Hi to All,
NOQSL sounds a bit too wide. If I QRV from some remote QTH and am of some
interest to amateur radio community people, sending NOQSL means WHAT?.. No qsl
from who.. HIM or ME? In this regard my proposal is NQN "No Qsl Needed". No QSL
Needed meaning that one does not need to send me a QSL card to receive mine.
He/she will get my qsl regardless of his/her having sent me a QSL card already
Leave the International Q-Code alone. It does not belong entirely to Amateur
73, de UA3VCS