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Re: Iris show experiences

In a message dated 96-11-04 07:15:31 EST, you write:

>>  I
>> judged a show several years ago where there were a high number of
>> misnamed iris (8 or 10). 

I don't really understand this - why don't the people putting the show
together help the entrants get their iris labelled correctly?  Or is that
part of what the show is for - to keep people from winning who aren't
experienced enough to know ahead of time that their iris are mis-labelled?
 Sounds like these people were pretty unhelpable though.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA

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