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Independent Conference or Delaware Independent School Conference?
I'm looking for sources but for the time being I'm with Elpiseos on the name of the conference (i.e., it's just "Independent Conference"). I didn't want to start a revert war in the article itself. Anyone got any way to settle this? B.S. Lawrence (talk) 17:28, 5 September 2008 (UTC)
I've reverted this age-old move. I went to one of the DISC schools, and I never heard it referred to as anything but DISC, which not incidentally is what the school websites call it. There is some degree of confusion perhaps arising out of the occasional shorthand at the News-Journal and the fact that different situations apply to some sports and that the way schools compete at different levels often follows completely different patterns. For example I see references to an "Independent Conference Tournament" in wrestling, but when I look at the participants it includes schools from outside DISC. If someone can come up with a source that uses the name ISC and lists the correct set of schools, then maybe we can talk. Tower Hill's website lists the correct membership and gives DISC as the name, and at this point it's the most definitive source. Mangoe (talk) 02:06, 14 March 2014 (UTC)