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Re: Re: AIS: 2001 Dykes Medal Award

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re: AIS: 2001 Dykes Medal Award
  • From: "Jim Gibbons" <gibbman6@home.com>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2001 19:10:56 -0400

> Neil M. wrote, in response to Judy H.:

> Wouldn't it be refreshing to see something besides a TB get awarded
> the Dykes?
Oh yes...Soooo many other worthies. I would guess that 80-90% of all iris
buying dollars go to TBs (chime in here, Mike S and others), but 80 or 90
isn't 100%.  At 80%, it would indicate a worthy Dykes winner from the
non-TBs every five years. Just a thought.

Jim Gibbons
NC Coast, Zone 8a and sandy

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