Agenda for the Committee Meeting 20/05/2015 16:00 Pilkington Library, Group Study Room 4D
Attendees: Abby, Dan, Tom, Tim, Chris, Harry, Will, Lin Apologies: Kierran Quorum is present: 8/9 Previous Meeting’s Actions
Abby – contact Real History society as they have expressed an interest in the draft - done Abby – email RAWs confirming DnD sessions and timings for the MTG draft - done Abby - Buy some board games for formal LAN - done Abby – buy raffle prizes - done Lin – Find a sturdier not money box and buy one – not done Chris – look into getting JCs toward the end of term, and put together a rough pub golf route - done Dan – find case stickers for LAN, look to design/printing services for help – not done, Abby bought sand animalz instead Dan – pick up remaining prizes for the E-lympics - done Harry – make sure BBQ grills and implements are purchased - done Harry –...
So the time has come and it is here.
18 holes of fun and loads of alcohol.
This will happen on Saturday June 20th after exams.
We want everyone to make it around this course and the aim of the game is to make par or to drink more than required at each hole.
Weaker Shot eg corki's = 0.5
Shot = 1
Single+Mixer or VS or Bottle of Beer = 1
Double+Mixer or Pint = 2
Strong pint above 5.5 ABV = 3
Pitcher = 4
Pitcher and an additional shot =5
Failure to do the Hole in the correct amount of sips scores 0 for that hole.
Spilling any alcohol induces a -1 for that hole
Not getting surved cancles the Hole's Par and take away 2 from your total amount drank.
Throwing up takes away 5 from total amount drank.
Holes 1-9 starting at midday Saturday including a lunch stop.
1. JC's - Par 2 - 90 minutes - 12:00-13:30 ( Pub quiz)
2. Paget Arms - Par 0.5 - 15 minutes - 13:45-14:00 ( Number of sips =1)
3. Generous Britain - Par 2 - 30 minutes - 14:00-14:30
With the meeting tomorrow committee will have a discussion about our terms, and other such stuff that needs updating (such as LAN rules and the LAN website). The fact that I found the wrong set of terms is enough reason for us to make sure they're properly drawn out and decided upon, and it makes sense for all this to be sorted ready for fresher's, as new people will be posting and we need to make sure they're treated properly, and they treat other people properly, as I know many people have little to no experience when it comes to forums. (Runescape forums don't count)
The last LAN of the year will be our traditional Formal LAN, one of the biggest and best of the year. It'll even feature the return of James France as our venue!
We're also going to be mixing up tournaments a bit with the e-lympics, something built out of feedback from previous tournaments. And we'll even be running some more traditional games which we'd like your input on, so please make suggestions and vote on this thread: http://lsucs.org.uk/threads/traditional-games.10235/