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Thread: [IAC-L:705] Re: IAC-L digest 41

Message: [IAC-L:705] Re: IAC-L digest 41

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From: "M L Taylor." <mltaylor at serv.net>

Date: Sat, 16 Aug 1997 06:16:16 UTC


Message:

 I thought this HAFAS award was an apple cup only trophey

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> From: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> To: Multiple recipients of list <iac-l at listproc.eracer.org>
> Subject: [IAC-L:695] IAC-L digest 41
> Date: Friday, August 15, 1997 2:29 AM
> 
> 			    IAC-L Digest 41
> 
> Topics covered in this issue include:
> 
>   1) 1-Design paint
> 	by "DAVID W. NELSON" <davidn at cin.net>
>   2) Re: Illinois State contest
> 	by CMann1525 at aol.com
>   3) Re: Albert Lea MN, Five Category Contest
> 	by CMann1525 at aol.com
>   4) Pitts For Sale
> 	by Chris Hughes <av-one at hunker.b4futures.net>
>   5) Re: Bendix PS5C
> 	by PHarrison at aol.com
>   6) Re: Pendleton, Oregon Aerobatic Contest
> 	by Haledna at aol.com
>   7) Dubious Awards
> 	by Eric Rood <ericrood at freenet.columbus.oh.us>
>   8) Re: Pendleton, Oregon Aerobatic Contest
> 	by Klein Gilhousen <kleing at qualcomm.com>
> 
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 08:49:59 -0500
> From: "DAVID W. NELSON" <davidn at cin.net>
> To: "IAC NEWS GROUP" <iac at harten.cbu.edu>
> Subject: 1-Design paint
> Message-ID: <199708141353.IAA00745 at jupiter.cin.net>
> 
> I'm building a One-Design and evidently have an early set of plans.  
> 
> I am looking for the measurement where the red should be on the upper
part
> of the fuselage.  I would think that it is measured from the top of the
> longirons (sp)
> 
> thanks
> dave
> 
> davidn at cin.net
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 11:36:08 -0400 (EDT)
> From: CMann1525 at aol.com
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Re: Illinois State contest
> Message-ID: <970814113454_-17852808 at emout04.mail.aol.com>
> 
> Hi Phil, 
>      Glad for the reminder on Ill State.  As you may recall, Fern & I 
can't
> be there as we wil be in Seattle for my 362nd Fighter Group Convention .
>  Since we saw you all in Salem, my hip has gotten worse and it appears I
will
> have hip surgery to repalce it in late October.   I'll take my wheel
chair to
> Seattle, darn it.
>       Also hope I'll be able to judge at REBEL BEGIONAL XXVII Oct 16-18
at
> Grenada,  
> Mississippi.  This is a new site and it looks like we've finally found
one
> where we can fly E-W  like Salem and sit on the south side of the box on
an
> old closed paved taxiway.  Chuck Alley is C/D : chuckal at kaplantel.net
>      with our new President, Shelia Stanfill as Co-C/D: stanfillr at aol.com
>       Congratulate Mike on winning FdL. I felt he was ripe for that. 
Hope to
> see many 61 fans at Grenada.
>  
> Cheers 
>  Chuck & Fern Mann
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 11:51:27 -0400 (EDT)
> From: CMann1525 at aol.com
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Re: Albert Lea MN, Five Category Contest
> Message-ID: <970814114743_1284892926 at emout18.mail.aol.com>
> 
> Hi Dave,
>     You had a good showing for first time as candidate.  Please give it
> another go next year as history is clear, 2nd time around the new name
has
> recognition.  Unfortunately it is clear that is generally the guiding 
light
> in most elections- not your real qualifications.  Many are so insecure
they
> won't make the  effort to really find out what a candidate stands for- or
how
> miserably some incumbents have failed the organization.
>      Hope you can make the REBEL REGIONAL XXVII Oct 16-18 in Grenada,
> Mississippi.  It's co-sponsored with teh new IAC 72 Cajun Aerobatic Club
from
> Louisiana.  Chuck Alley is C/D: chuckal at kaplantel.net   while Co-C/D  is
our
> IAC 27 president Shelia Stanfill: stanfillr at aol.com
>        Grenada is 80 miles South of Memphis on I-55. It's a WWII air base
> where the box is north of field and the judges on an old closed taxiway
>  south of box. Fly E-w just like Salem.  Need your expertise, your
> cmpanionship and ability to fly competitively.  Big Hangar space
available.
>       Cheers and good luck with Minn contest.
> Chuck & Fern Mann
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 17:34:35 -0400
> From: Chris Hughes <av-one at hunker.b4futures.net>
> To: IAC <iac at harten.cbu.edu>
> Subject: Pitts For Sale
> Message-ID: <33F379EB.790D at hunker.b4futures.net>
> 
> Pitts S-1S For Sale.
> 
> Will consider trade.
> 
> 500TT.  Prof. built, well equipped, and in excellent condition.
> 
> Located in Pittsburgh, PA.
> 
> Call:   412 887-3672
> Fax:    412 887-3673
> E-mail: av-one at b4futures.net
> 
> Chris Hughes
> N 3VT
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 18:33:55 -0400 (EDT)
> From: PHarrison at aol.com
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Re: Bendix PS5C
> Message-ID: <970814183345_1517030557 at emout08.mail.aol.com>
> 
> 
> In a message dated 8/14/97 5:46:43 PM, you wrote:
> 
> <<So, in my quest to fix my plane and increase performance, I'm going
back to
> the Precision Air, Inc. ( Miami) rebuild. Now, if only UPS would
cooperate
> I could send my old one to them and get it back this year for reasonble
$. 
>   Fed Ex, here I come! >>
> 
> The last quote I got from Precision Air was $1300  to rebuild my pressure
> carb. How does this compare with the number you have been quoted?
> 
> Harrison
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 19:34:06 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Haledna at aol.com
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Re: Pendleton, Oregon Aerobatic Contest
> Message-ID: <970814193204_-1438133697 at emout07.mail.aol.com>
> 
> To clarify the post by Klein Gilhausen, we have a new award here in the
> scenic Northwest to be given out at our contests at the whim of whomever
gets
> a burr under their blanket to stir things up. Last year at Pendleton, we
> initiated the first HAFAS award (the Honorable Association of the
Fractured
> AirScrew). Basically it was an opportunity to honor and heap scorn on
whoever
> screwed up the greatest at the contest. In 1996 I ran over an orange
plastic
> cone with my Pitts at the Ephrata contest, ruining my contest, my prop,
and
> an obnoxious plastic cone. At this year's Ephrata contest I was presented
> with a small orange plastic cone with a prop embedded in it and charged
with
> presenting it to a deserving pilot. Klein was the lucky recipient (lucky
in
> that we weren't able to get the chin strap on it and thus he didn't have
to
> wear it during the awards banquet). By way of warning to those of you
coming
> to Pendleton, Klein will be looking for a deserving recipient for the
award
> at Pendleton. Maybe we'll even have the chin strap by then! Isn't it
great to
> be in on the making of a tradition?
> Do other contests have any similar awards?
> Norm Willis (Radman)
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 20:21:15 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Eric Rood <ericrood at freenet.columbus.oh.us>
> To: Haledna at aol.com
> Subject: Dubious Awards
> Message-ID: <Pine.3.07.9708142013.A18134-8100000 at login>
> 
> IAC Chapter 34 has a similar award for deserving individuals, it's
> referred to as the Fickle Finger Award for obvious reasons.  Ken Hadden
> was the initiator.
> 
> Eric Rood
> ericrood at freenet.columbus.oh.us
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 1997 21:56:02 -0600
> From: Klein Gilhousen <kleing at qualcomm.com>
> To: iac-l at listproc.eracer.org
> Subject: Re: Pendleton, Oregon Aerobatic Contest
> Message-ID: <v03102700b01980b07a14 at [129.46.54.209]>
> 
> At 5:35 PM -0600 8/14/97, Haledna at aol.com wrote:
> >To clarify the post by Klein Gilhausen, we have a new award here in the
> >scenic Northwest to be given out at our contests at the whim of whomever
gets
> >a burr under their blanket to stir things up. Last year at Pendleton, we
> >initiated the first HAFAS award (the Honorable Association of the
Fractured
> >AirScrew). Basically it was an opportunity to honor and heap scorn on
whoever
> >screwed up the greatest at the contest. In 1996 I ran over an orange
plastic
> >cone with my Pitts at the Ephrata contest, ruining my contest, my prop,
and
> >an obnoxious plastic cone. At this year's Ephrata contest I was
presented
> >with a small orange plastic cone with a prop embedded in it and charged
with
> >presenting it to a deserving pilot. Klein was the lucky recipient (lucky
in
> >that we weren't able to get the chin strap on it and thus he didn't have
to
> >wear it during the awards banquet). By way of warning to those of you
coming
> >to Pendleton, Klein will be looking for a deserving recipient for the
award
> >at Pendleton. Maybe we'll even have the chin strap by then! Isn't it
great to
> >be in on the making of a tradition?
> >Do other contests have any similar awards?
> >Norm Willis (Radman)
> 
> The chin strap would be an honored and valuable addition to the trophy,
> making it securely wearable by other than "coneheads".  In addition, I am
> thinking of adding to the trophy a small model airplane with training
> wheels at the wing tips in honor of my own little maneuver which could be
> described as a kind of turning maneuver performed at very close proximity
> to the ground, in fact, one or more points on the airframe (not
necessarily
> the wheels) must be touching at all times in order not to earn
deductions.
> If the aircraft is fully airworthy at the completion of the maneuver, a
> mandatory deduction of three must be made.  In my case, I earned a
perfect
> ten.  I was looking for an opportunity to pass this trophy on at the
PINWAC
> but no sufficiently deserving candidates were apparent. So be wary at
> Pendleton.  We'll be watching.
> 
> I may have, on the other hand, set a record at PINWAC for greatest number
> of low calls on a single flight (4) without actually being disqualified.
> I'd be interested in hearing from others who think they can challenge my
> achievement.  (Hint: it helps if you're flying a large airplane.)
> 
> Klein
> Yak-54 N14026
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> End of IAC-L Digest 41
> **********************


                


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