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Re: "Iris showing tips"

DFingerhoo@aol.com wrote:
> Hello to all.  ...
> Iris showing "tips"
> 1.  Be a clerk at as many shows as you can! ...


> 2. Read, read, read. ...

Read the Judges' Handbook, also. Although it tells what judges 
_should_ be looking for, rather than what they actually are.

> 3. Allow 4 times as much time as you think you need for
> everything....

3.5 Attend judges' trainings if at all possible. If the judge in charge 
does something other than just read out of the Handbook it can be very

> 4. Have a good bit of luck! 

Gerry, frying in L.A.

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