Schobbe-Cup 2010: Debating and cider

Datum: Aug 14th, 2010
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Category: Turniere

Schobbe-Cup takes it second round hosted by the Frankfurt debating society Goethes Faust (DCGF). The tournament starts today well after lunch at 1 p.m., which lets the teams from all over Germany travel to Frankfurt conveniently.

Fifteen teams of debaters from Berlin, Bonn, Dortmund, Jena, Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, Mainz, Munich, Münster, Paderborn, Potsdam, Stuttgart and Tübingen are going to compete for the Schobbe-Cup 2010. The style of debate is the well spread German format Offene Parlamentarische Debatte (OPD, open parliamentary debate).

Today will see three preliminary rounds while tonight awaits the debaters with socials at Café KoZ and a midnight debate. Sunday is going to stage semis and the final round. Chief adjudicators are Pauline Leopold (Streitkultur Tübingen) and Florian Prischl (Debattierklub Vienna).

Why the name Schobbe-Cup? Such tournaments are a Hessian tradition where in friendly sports competitions the participants are catered with the typical cider. Of course, there will be no lack of a good supply of ebbelwoi at this tournament! By the way, the winners will be awarded a bembel, the traditional jar in which the Hessian cider is usually served.

xzy / apf

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