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Lemur Bowl is the annual packet-submission quiz bowl Trash tournament run by the Williams team.  Defunct after the April 2000 contest, it was revived in October 2005 by captain [[Dave Letzler '06]], at the suggestion of several members of the Rochester team.  The first Lemur Bowl's primary financial purpose was to generate funds to buy a new buzzer system.
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Lemur Bowl is the annual packet-submission quiz bowl Trash tournament run by the Williams team.  Defunct after the April 2000 contest, it was revived in October 2005 by captain [[Dave Letzler '06]], at the suggestion of several members of the Rochester team.  The 2005 Lemur Bowl's primary financial purpose was to generate funds to buy a new buzzer system.
  
 
== Lemur Bowl Champions ==
 
== Lemur Bowl Champions ==
  
April 2000: The Gerbils (Mark Coen and ?)
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April 2000: The Gerbils ([[Mark Coen]] and ?)
  
October 2005: Shockers and Awe (Steve Watchorn, Nathan Bragg, Mike Hoey-Lukakis, Delano Barnes)
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October 2005: Shockers and Awe (Steve Watchorn, Nathan Bragg, [[Mike Hoey-Lukakis]], Delano Barnes)

Latest revision as of 20:04, January 24, 2007

Lemur Bowl is the annual packet-submission quiz bowl Trash tournament run by the Williams team. Defunct after the April 2000 contest, it was revived in October 2005 by captain Dave Letzler '06, at the suggestion of several members of the Rochester team. The 2005 Lemur Bowl's primary financial purpose was to generate funds to buy a new buzzer system.

Lemur Bowl Champions

April 2000: The Gerbils (Mark Coen and ?)

October 2005: Shockers and Awe (Steve Watchorn, Nathan Bragg, Mike Hoey-Lukakis, Delano Barnes)