Fasssssst Service!

Jerry Fray jefray at comsys.net
Tue Nov 26 07:47:23 EST 1996

Hi All -
	TNX! And a tip of the hat to Al HE9VVI and Dieter DF4RD for the QSL
info I asked for! Between Dieter's CQWWDX-Contest page at -
http://www.rrze.uni-erlangen.de/~unrz45/BCC and Al's soon to be released
CQDX Newsletter I should be able to take care of all!!!!!
Jerry KB9NMU
"No Code - No HF....Know Code KNOW HF!"

>From k7zo at micron.net (Scott Tuthill)  Tue Nov 26 13:51:23 1996
From: k7zo at micron.net (Scott Tuthill) (Scott Tuthill)
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 1996 06:51:23 -0700 (MST)
Subject: M/S Log "Cleaning"
Message-ID: <199611261351.GAA26677 at snowden.micron.net>

This year at NK7U we ran M/S if both CQWW tests instead
of our usual M/M. Being rather new at it, we made the
classic mistakes like getting the RUN/MULT stations
confused and logging a bunch of Q's that were not
mults into the MULT log. Before submitting the log we
want to set these Q's to 0 (Zero) points so as to not
get reclassified as M/M. My question to all is -- what
is the approved, legal, and clean way of doing this?
(Assuming this is what we should be doing in the first 
place.) I don't want to go in and change the callsigns of
the bad QSO's to NK7U. If we did that those folks would not
be in our log for log checking. And, we are probably a 
good QSO for them. 

Any thoughts? 

Scott/K7ZO stuthill at micron.net

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