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Re: AIS Awards System

> SUPREME SULTAN) will be eligible.  Then in the future, whatever type of iris
> wins the Dykes will be replaced the following year by the medal winner for
> that type plus the lst runner up....so that there will always be at least 3
> of each type eligible for the Dykes.  

Just out of curiosity, I didn't quite follow that last bit.  I get it
that the three TB competitors for the Dykes would be the top three
winners of the Wister (a sort of preliminary competition).  And I also
thought that the same *type* (TB, Japanese, etc.) shouldn't win the
Dykes all the time -- so in the next year, the same competitors of the
previous year in one class should compete against the newcomers?  I
don't quite get this.

Amy Moseley Rupp
amyr@mpd.tandem.com, Austin, TX, zone 8b
Jill O. *Trades
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