TopBand: Stew Perry TopBand DX Challenge Awards
Fri, 26 Dec 1997 21:10:41 -0800 (PST)

    The response for plaques has been very good! Within hours the fray
begins to see who will have won what. Listed below are the stalwarts who
have heard the call and responded. Keep in mind that, just like the Stew
Perry TopBand Dx Challenge is like no other contest, the awards for it are
unique to the Test itself. 
      Call                  Category                    Booty
Mel,  KJ9C          Greatest number of Grids            Plaque
Don,  KH8/N5OLS     Greatest S/O overall score          Plaque
Pat,  K8LR          Greatest S/O score from South America   Plaque
Eric, N7CL          Greatest score by a 100 Watt Station    Plaque
Low Band Monitor    Second Greatest S/O overall score       Plaque
Denny,K8DO          Greatest score by operator,age 50 or over  Plaque
Bob,  NW6N          Greatest score by station-QTH in state of California
                    or Oregon                                  Plaque           
Jim,  K1PX          Greatest score by European, S/O using 100 Watts-Plaque
Jon,  N0JK          Greatest S/O, 100 Watt score from Blackhole    Plaque
     The Blackhole =West of Mississippi River & East of Rocky Mtns.
George,K7WUW        Greatest S/O score from VK-ZL              Plaque
Al,   K7CA          Longest non-skedded DX Q utilizing 100 Watts   Plaque
                    No fair running hi-power first, then 100 watts for 
                    this award. If both stations use 100 watts, then this  
                    will be a 2 plaque award.
Domitrix-W7AT       Greatest Score by a M/S              Lunch provided at
                    the Monthly Meeting of the B.A.R.C.  (Airfare not

      Be sure to thank these TopBand Enthusiasts after the test for the
magnaminity they display in sponsoring these awards. Decisions and
interpretations regarding these awards will be made by this committee,
with selected requested input as necessary. Final determinations will
be fairly adjudicated, although it may appear capricious and arbitrary to
the untrained mind.
    73 and I remain,
    Lew,- The Complete Awards Committee-  The Boring Amateur Radio Club 

         Lew  Sayre   W7EW/W7AT 
         P.O.Box  3110                    Fax 503-391-2258
         Salem, Oregon 97302              160M thru 1296MHz

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