Soaring Magazine Index for 1940 to 1949 organized by subject

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1-19
P.A. Schweizer, The new Schweizer utility glider, September-October, 1944
1-21
What next in sailplanes, September-October, 1946
P.A. Schweizer, Schweizer's proposed high-performance sailplane, September-October, 1946
R.J. Comey, America's 1-21, from Air Trails, May-June, 1948, pages ,10
1-23
P. and E. Schweizer, The Schweizer 1-23, September-October, 1948
1-26
P.A. Schweizer, Adapting the "one design class" to gliding and soaring, November-December, 1944, pages 11,,23

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2-12
E. Schweizer, The TG-3A, May-June, 1944, page 58
2-22
F.E. Hurtt, Schweizer's new two-place utility, March-April, 1946, page 58

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Aerodynamic Design
The RAF 34 - a new airfoil section for airplane design, July-August, 1942, page 1
W. Czerwinski, Utility gliders and their design, March-April, 1945, page 1
W.Z. Stepniewski, Design diving speed of gliders, January-February, 1946, page 1
J.A. Simpson, The design of sailplane dive brakes, November-December, 1946, pages ,1,50
F. Chardon, Optimum sailplane design, November-December, 1946, pages ,1
I. Prue, External airfoil flap, from The Thermal, July-August, 1948, page 1
Aerodynamics
A. Raspet, Engineering The belly-slider glider, January-February, 1942, pages ,,1
L.A. Maxey, Experiment in high aspect ratio, September-October, 1943, pages ,1
A. Raspet, Modifying the Laister-Kauftmann, July-August, 1948, pages 31,1,
I. Prue, Take another look at the small sailplane, November-December, 1948, page 1
R.D. Hiscocks, Airfoils, January-February, 1949, pages 1,26
A.H. Cronkhite, Full-span flaps, May-June, 1949, page 1
Affiliates, Chapters, and Clubs
T.E. Dadson, Starting a club, January, 1940, page 10
P.N. Hepburn, Problems of the soaring movement, February-March, 1940, pages 10,26
Eastern States Soaring Association, April-May, 1940, page 10
H. Montgomery, Successful glider club operation, June-July, 1940, pages 10,38
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, 1941, pages 54,10,9,11,1,,60
A. Dawydoff, Airhopper log, November-December, 1941, pages 9,19
A. Dawydoff, Airhopper log, May-June, 1942, pages 9,19
The Philadelphia Glider Council exhibits its gliderport, November-December, 1944, pages 10,51
Stretching out to the things which are before, I go forward, November-December, 1944, page 10
O. Hoefner, No field? No fly!, May-June, 1945, pages 10,50
E.J. Reeves, Soaring over Texas, January-February, 1946, page 10
J. Spurgeon, Torrey Pines, July-August, 1948, pages 10,,54
Soaring festival and regatta, from The Thermal, January-February, 1949, pages ,10
A. Dawydoff, Wurtsboro thermals, January-February, 1949, pages 10,19
H.E. Burr, Snowbirds, 1948, January-February, 1949, pages ,10
E.O. Menefee, How a club promotes soaring, March-April, 1949, page 10
Air Shows and Demonstrations
Chicagoland Forum big success, February-March, 1940, page 1
J.S. Charles and E. Lee, What did Shelly say to the Duke?, January-February, 1941, pages 1,9
Navy and Congressional leaders see glider demonstration, Army, March-April, 1941, page 1
The Air Corps investigates soaring, May-June, 1941
L. Mitchell, The Maxton tactical demonstration of gliders, July-August, 1943, page 1
Air-100
D. Pollard, The Air-100, from Air Trails, March-April, 1948, page 1
Airplane Towing
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, 1941, pages 54,10,9,11,1,,60
L.B. Barringer, Gliders for transport, January-February, 1943, pages 1,5
R.N. Chapman, Airplane towing rules, May-June, 1945, pages ,1
R.S. Barnaby, Recapitulation, January-February, 1946, page 1
Changing horses in mid-air, May-June, 1946, page 1
R.D. Hiscocks, Tug and towed glider rate of climb, November-December, 1947, page 1
S.J. Bennis, Double tow, March-April, 1948, pages 1,5
R.H. Parker, Don't cuss your tow pilot, November-December, 1948
Altitude Flights
G.A. and M. Downsbrough, We went to Bishop, November-December, 1949, pages ,20,20
American History
A.B. Schultz, Eyes to the future, November-December, 1946
Argentina
A.L. Pinocheitti, Soaring flight in Argentina, January-February, 1941, pages ,21
The Albatross soaring club of Argentina, January-February, 1941
L. Follman, Argentine soaring, November-December, 1947, pages ,2
Atmospheric Research
R. Jarlaud, Stratospheric research, from Espace, January-February, 1948, pages ,
R. Jarlaud, Research in atmospheric flow, from Espace, March-April, 1948
A. Raspet, Technical progress, March-April, 1949
Australia
Australian tragedy, March-April, 1945, page 3
M. Warner, Australian news, May-June, 1946, pages ,59
M. Warner, Australian news, cont., July-August, 1946, pages 3,59
G. Mulgrue, Five men and a glider, September-October, 1948, page 3
Award Flights
J. Robinson, Golden "C" altitude, January, 1940, page 3
J. Robinson, Golden "C" soaring flight, February-March, 1940, page 3
Warren J. Merboth, Golden C #5, September-October, 1942
P. Tuntland, Silver C in the high Sierras, January-February, 1944, pages 3,58
W.S. Ivans, Jr., Diary of a soaring vacation at El Mirage, November-December, 1948, pages 51,3,55,29
Awards
Flights
R.C. Johnson, Elmira to Lewisburg, August-September, 1940, page 3
Robert L. Losey Award
Robert L. Losey award, December, 1940

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Baby Albatross
Henry Stilgmeier, Soaring in a thundercloud, May-June, 1941, pages 4,,55,9
R.H. Jonnson, The Baby's last flight, January-February, 1946, pages ,4
Barnaby, R.S.
Captain Barnaby, United States Navy, July-August, 1943, page 4
BG-8
Gus Briegleb's two-place, July-August, 1943, page 4
Bird Flight
E.C. Huffaker, On soaring flight, May-June, 1942, pages 5,36,55
E.C. Huffaker, On soaring flight, July-August, 1942, pages 5,55
E.C. Huffaker, On soaring flight, September-October, 1942, pages 5,55
A.H. Woodcock, Soaring over the open sea, November-December, 1942, pages 6,20,,36,,20
A. Raspet, A critique of the paper "Soaring over the Open Sea", November-December, 1942, pages 20,20,,55,,36,5
V.H. Saudek, In the good old days, July-August, 1944, page 5
J.H. Storer, Soaring birds, January-February, 1945, pages 5,55
Birds
D.G. Manges, The philosophy of gliding and soaring, October-November, 1940, pages 5,35
Brazil
J.B. Pieretti, Brazilian soaring, March-April, 1947, pages 6,42
Briegleb BG-6
Briegleb ATC tests, August-September, 1940, pages 6,11
Bumblebee
The Bumblebee, January-February, 1946, pages 7,23

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Cadet UT-1
A. Dawydoff, Cadet UT-1 glider, January-February, 1944, pages 7,19
Canada
Welcome Canadians, January-February, 1945
J.A. Simpson, The Soaring Association of Canada, January-February, 1945, pages ,50`
B.S. Shenstone, The DFS Reiher, July-August, 1945, pages ,,50
B.S. Shenstone, The DFS Reiher, continued, September-October, 1945, page 50
H.A. Provisor, Glider training in Canada, May-June, 1946
B.S. Shenstone, Glider towing hooks and releases, July-August, 1946, pages ,50
B.S. Shenstone, Glider towing hooks and releases, cont., September-October, 1946, pages ,,50
J.A. Simpson, The design of sailplane dive brakes, November-December, 1946, pages ,1,50
D.A. Shenstone, September-October, 1947
D.A. Shenstone, November-December, 1947
D.A. Shenstone, March-April, 1948
D.A. Shenstone, May-June, 1948
D.A. Shenstone, July-August, 1948
D.A. Shenstone, September-October, 1948
D.A. Shenstone, November-December, 1948
D.A. Shenstone, January-February, 1949
D.A. Shenstone, March-April, 1949
D.A. Shenstone, May-June, 1949
D.A. Shenstone, July-August, 1949
D.A. Shenstone, September-October, 1949
D.A. Shenstone, November-December, 1949
Canard Type Aircraft
R. Lopez, Directional and longitudianl stability in a Canard glider, May-June, 1946, pages ,
CG 10-A
CG 10-A, January-February, 1945, page 7
CG-4A
I. Mitchell, The CG-4A, November-December, 1943, page 7
Civil Aeronautic Authority
Requirements for glider pilots licenses, November-December, 1941, page 9
Simplified certification procedure, January-February, 1942, page 9
Civil Aeronautics Board
B.C. Haynes, Hazard of wind shift in landing, January-February, 1942, page 9
Moe, Off the deep end, March-April, 1944, pages 9,38
Civil Air Patrol
E.J. Reeves, Air youth - the shore dimly seen, January-February, 1949, page 9
Cloud Flying
J. Robinson, Blind flying in icing conditions, March-April, 1941, page 9
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, 1941, pages 54,10,9,11,1,,60
Henry Stilgmeier, Soaring in a thundercloud, May-June, 1941, pages 4,,55,9
F.R. Dent, How to live a long time in a short time, May-June, 1941, pages 19,9
Philip Wills, On blind-flying blindly, September-October, 1941, pages 9,60
L.A. Maxey, Cumulonimbus!, January-February, 1943, page 9
Colditz Cock
L.J.E. Finch, Escape glider, from Air Review, January-February, 1947, pages 21,10
Commercial Operations
A soaring school in action, March-April, 1946, page 10
A new gliding and soaring service: Gliding and Soaring Service, Inc., July-August, 1946, page 10
Competition Flights
J. Robinson, America's longest flight, May-June, 1949, page 10
P. MacCready, Jr., West to Ohio, July-August, 1949, page 11
Competitions
W.B. Klemperer, Third annual western championship soaring contest, April-May, 1940, pages ,2
V.M. Saudek, Third annual western championship soaring contest, April-May, 1940, pages ,6
J. Buston, Why soaring contests?, June-July, 1940, page 11
L.B. Barringer, Wurtsboro winds, June-July, 1940, page 5
Southwestern soaring contest, June-July, 1940
B.F. Blaine, 1940 American Open, August-September, 1940, page 11
11th annual national soaring contest, August-September, 1940
1940 eastern states meet, October-November, 1940
Second annual Snowbird contest, December, 1940
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, 1941, pages 54,10,9,11,1,,60
E. Roth, A new emphasis at the twelfth annual national soaring contest, July-August, 1941
R.H. Johnson, To the Atlantic, November-December, 1941
D.A. Matlin, The fifth annual western meet, July-August, 1942
A. Dawydoff, 14th national soaring contest!, July-August, 1943, pages ,19
P.A. Schweizer, Adapting the "one design class" to gliding and soaring, November-December, 1944, pages 11,,23
November-December1944, page 11
A. Dawydoff, Elmira, 1945, September-October, 1945, page 19
Herman Stiglmeier, Just wind, May-June, 1946, pages ,55
13th National - Rules and. Regulations Contest rules and regulations, July-August, 1946
T.M. Boyer, The 13th annual national soaring contest, September-October, 1946, pages ,6
Herman Stiglmeier, Fifth annual western states championship soaring meet, September-October, 1946, pages ,55
13th National - Statistics Performance, September-October, 1946
F.B. Compton, Standardization of contest rules, November-December, 1946, pages ,11
K.J. Comey, Snow bird meet 1946, January-February, 1947
B.J. Comey, Scoring for soaring, March-April, 1947, pages 11,1
Contest rules, March-April, 1947
R. Blaine, 14th National, Wichita Falls Bob Blaine says, May-June, 1947
F.B. Compton, 14th National - Rules and Regulations Comments on contest rules, May-June, 1947
W.H. Setz, 14th National - Crewing We don't know from nothin', May-June, 1947, pages ,50
E. Bardwell, Memorial day weekend soaring meet, May-June, 1947, pages ,4
B. Blaine, 14th National - Operations The 14th annual national soaring contest, July-August, 1947
R.F. Blaine, The 14th annual national soaring contest, July-August, 1947, pages ,6
14th National - Statistics, July-August, 1947
J.C. Comey, 15th National Elmira in '48, September-October, 1947, pages ,50
Sixth annual western championship contest, September-October, 1947
G. Bardwell, Northeastern championship, September-October, 1947, page 4
B. Shupack, Simplifying contest rules, September-October, 1947, pages 11,50
R. Sirbetta, Rules of the 14th National, September-October, 1947, page 50
F. Compton, National contest rules, September-October, 1947
Proposed competition rules for the 1948, 15th national, September-October, 1947
G. Bardwell, Snowbirds, 1947, November-December, 1947
R.J. Comey, Southeastern championships, January-February, 1948, page 10
California competitions, from Wind and Wings, March-April, 1948, page 11
El Mirage soaring regatta, from The Thermal, March-April, 1948, page 11
P.A. Schweizer, The fifteenth national, July-August, 1948
B.L. Wiggin, 15th National - Operations The weather, July-August, 1948, pages ,6
R.S. Barnaby, 15th highlights, July-August, 1948
15th national - Statistics Flight data of the 15th annual national soaring contest, July-August, 1948
H. Cronkhite, The southwestern, September-October, 1948
Soaring festival and regatta, from The Thermal, January-February, 1949, pages ,10
E. Knight, The midwestern, March-April, 1949, pages ,2
J. Spurgeon, Pacific coast championships, July-August, 1949, page 54
P.A. Schweizer, 16th national The sixteenth national, September-October, 1949
B. Shupack, 16th National - Statistics National flight data, September-October, 1949, pages ,5
E. Knight, The midwestern, September-October, 1949
Wright memorial glider meet, September-October, 1949
H. Cronkhite, The southwestern, November-December, 1949
International
R. Comte, Swiss international, March-April, 1949, pages ,,55
Local
Annual west coast contest, March-April, 1941, page 11
National
11th annual contest rules and regulations, June-July, 1940
Conferences and Conventions
L. Hull, Philadelphia glider conference, March-April, 1943, pages ,
A. Raspet, 19th motorless flight conference, July-August, 1944
A. Raspet, ed., The 1945 motorless flight conference, November-December, 1945
Construction of Gliders
A. Raspet, Engineering The belly-slider glider, January-February, 1942, pages ,,1
A. Satin, Cover photo explained in a timely article, May-June, 1942, pages ,2
B. Shupack, The Polytech glider, September-October, 1942, pages ,50
R.M. Stanley, Vee tail, January-February, 1944, pages ,54
N.J. Hoff and S.E. Mautner, Sandwich construction in gliders, September-October, 1944
N.J. Hoff, Steel tube fuselages in gliders. ., January-February, 1947
K.E. Lunger, So I decided to build a sailplane, November-December, 1948
Construction of Winches
J. Wolbarst, The Sargent winch, October-November, 1940, pages ,60
Cover
Regulations covering records for gliders and powered gliders, July-August, 1946
Crewing
W.H. Setz, 14th National - Crewing We don't know from nothin', May-June, 1947, pages ,50
Cross-Country Soaring
R.H. Johnson, To the Atlantic, November-December, 1941
Herman Stiglmeier, Goal and return - Maricopa, November-December, 1942, pages ,55
J. Robinson, Soaring over Mt. Whitney, March-April, 1944
J. Illaszewicz, High altitude and distance, May-June, 1945, pages ,28
G. Casey, Let's think about it!, September-October, 1947
P.B. MacCready, Jr, The walk out, July-August, 1949
Cumulus SG-5
S. Smith, Cumulus sailplane, July-August, 1944
Czechoslovakia
From behind the iron curtain, January-February, 1949

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Denver Pioneer
E.M. Ardelt, The "Denver Pioneer" utility glider, March-April, 1944, page 19
Dragonfly
W.B. Briegleb, Powered sailplanes, May-June, 1949, pages 20,23,,6
Dynamic Soaring
A.H. Woodcock, Soaring over the open sea, November-December, 1942, pages 6,20,,36,,20
A. Raspet, A critique of the paper "Soaring over the Open Sea", November-December, 1942, pages 20,20,,55,,36,5
Dynamics of Flight
A.B. Schultz, Downwind turns and downwind flight, March-April, 1942, page 20
A. Santilli, Determination of wind velocity of flight, May-June, 1942, page 20
A.H. Woodcock, Soaring over the open sea, November-December, 1942, pages 6,20,,36,,20
A. Raspet, A critique of the paper "Soaring over the Open Sea", November-December, 1942, pages 20,20,,55,,36,5
A.B. Schultz, On soaring flight, January-February, 1943, page 20
E.A. Quarterman, Thermals and helicopters, November-December, 1944, pages 26,20

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Elfe
A. Dawydoff, The Elfe, July-August, 1949, pages 19,21

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FAI
Soaring records, January-February, 1942
International meeting, September-October, 1949
Finland
J. Hirvonen, Gliding and soaring in Finland, January-February, 1947, pages 2,1
France
C.W. Luebker, Post-liberation soaring in France, May-June, 1946, page 22
E. Sirretta, Rules of the 14th national, September-October, 1947, page 22
French Impressions, from Les Ailes, November-December, 1947, page 22
R. Jarlaud, Stratospheric research, from Espace, January-February, 1948, pages ,
M. Choisnet, International duration, July-August, 1949, pages 9,22

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Gliders
A. Raspet, Engineering The belly-slider glider, January-February, 1942, pages ,,1
"Kirby Kadet" secondary glider, May-June, 1942
L.B. Barringer, Gliders for transport, January-February, 1943, pages 1,5
A. Dawydoff, Cadet UT-1 glider, January-February, 1944, pages 7,19
E.M. Ardelt, The "Denver Pioneer" utility glider, March-April, 1944, page 19
B.S. Shenstone, How the Olympic sailplane came about, from Aeronautics, May-June, 1944, pages 50,,,23
E.F. Noyes, Tactical uses of gliders, July-August, 1944, pages ,,39,42
Z. Zrzywoblocki, Applying jet-propulsion to gliders, July-August, 1944, pages 23,61
S.R. Corcoran, Powered gliders, September-October, 1944, pages ,23
P.A. Schweizer, The new Schweizer utility glider, September-October, 1944
P.A. Schweizer, Adapting the "one design class" to gliding and soaring, November-December, 1944, pages 11,,23
P. Leonard, A "one design class" contest sailplane, November-December, 1944, page 23
The Hamilcar was essential, March-April, 1945, page 25
A.B. Schultz, The Midwest utility, March-April, 1945
W. Czerwinski, Utility gliders and their design, March-April, 1945, page 1
R.H. Rush, The commercial cargo glider, May-June, 1945
W. Czerwinski, The Robin, May-June, 1945
T.M. Boyer, Cargo gliders in the Army, July-August, 1945, page 6
The CG-17, September-October, 1945
The XCG-16, September-October, 1945
E.H. Rowley, A design for power soaring, November-December, 1945, page 23
R.S. Barnaby, Recapitulation, January-February, 1946, page 1
The Bumblebee, January-February, 1946, pages 7,23
R.H. Rush, Cargo glider versus cargo plane and helicopter, March-April, 1946
F.J. Piatelli, Midget glider, May-June, 1948, pages ,42
T. Nelson, Power for soaring, May-June, 1949, pages 39,2
W.B. Briegleb, Powered sailplanes, May-June, 1949, pages 20,23,,6
E.V. Martz and E.G. McGuinnes, The powered HI 20, from Flugsport, May-June, 1949, page 23
Government Support
P. Leonard, A general analysis of our national gliding and soaring problem, July-August, 1941
English subsidy plan, November-December, 1941
A.C. Douglas, A survey of British gliding, from The Aeroplane, May-June, 1947, pages 19,,25
Great Britain
J.C. Neilan, Are we lucky? - letter from England to Bob Stanley in America, November-December, 1941, pages ,39
The Hamilcar was essential, March-April, 1945, page 25
T. Horsley, Standing wave, from Aeronautics, March-April, 1945, page 25
L.J.E. Finch, Escape glider, from Air Review, January-February, 1947, pages 21,10
A.C. Douglas, A survey of British gliding, from The Aeroplane, May-June, 1947, pages 19,,25
A.E. Slater, The British national competition, from The Aeroplane, July-August, 1947
Grunau Baby II
The Grunau Baby II, January-February, 1942, page 25

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Helicopters
E.A. Quarterman, Thermals and helicopters, November-December, 1944, pages 26,20
Herbert J. Sargent. Jr. Memorial Trophy
H.J. Sargent, Trophy honors Major Barringer, May-June, 1943, pages 26,,5
Hi 20
E.V. Martz and E.G. McGuinnes, The powered HI 20, from Flugsport, May-June, 1949, page 23
History
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part I, October-November, 1940, pages ,54
W.B. Klemperer, Contributions of gliding and soaring to aviation, March-April, 1945
J.A. Simpson, The evolution of the sailplane, March-April, 1946, pages ,50
Hummingbird
W.B. Briegleb, Powered sailplanes, May-June, 1949, pages 20,23,,6
Hungary
News flashes from abroad, November-December, 1941
Hydrodynamics
A.H. Woodcock, Soaring over the open sea, November-December, 1942, pages 6,20,,36,,20
A.H. Woodcock, Soaring over the open sea, November-December, 1942, pages 6,20,,36,,20
A. Raspet, A critique of the paper "Soaring over the Open Sea", November-December, 1942, pages 20,20,,55,,36,5

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Instrument Flying
Blind flight dangerous, August-September, 1940, page 28
S.A. Hall, Tips on flying a sailplane on instruments, March-April, 1947, pages 28,25
Instruments
A. Dawydoff, Total energy variometer, January-February, 1943, pages 19,28
A. Raspet, The temperature gradiometer for soaring, January-February, 1944, pages 28,55
A. Raspet, Angle of Attack Indicator The angle of attack indicator, May-June, 1946, page 28
International
South Africa
F. Hatfield, Soaring in South Africa, December, 1940, page 54
Switzerland
R. Comte, Swiss international, March-April, 1949, pages ,,55
Israel
F.J. Piatelli, Midget glider, May-June, 1948, pages ,42

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J-14
V. Jensen, The J-14 two place, May-June, 1943, page 29

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Kirby Kadet
W.B. Klemperer, Third annual western championship soaring contest, April-May, 1940, pages ,2
"Kirby Kadet" secondary glider, May-June, 1942
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, March-April, 1943, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 2, May-June, 1943, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 3, July-August, 1943, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part IV, November-December, 1943, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 5, March-April, 1944, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 6, May-June, 1944, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 7, March-April, 1945, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 8, May-June, 1945, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 9, November-December, 1945, pages 55,2

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Laister, J.W.
Meet Jack Laister, July-August, 1943, page 31
Launching
Aerotow
W.B. Klemperer, Measurement of the forces acting on gliders in towed flight, June-July, 1940, pages ,2
Winch
R.F. Blaine, Winch guillotine, January, 1940, page 6
Winch Towing
D. Carpenter, Altosaurus comes out of hibernation, April-May, 1940, page 60
Licenses, Pilot
Requirements for glider pilots licenses, November-December, 1941, page 9
Licenses, Sailplane
N.C. licensing of individual gliders, September-October, 1941
Simplified certification procedure, January-February, 1942, page 9
Literature
L.B. Barringer, Flight Without Power, April-May, 1940, page 33
J. and D. Stacey, November-December1941
A. Hunsicker, Orville Wright, January-February, 1942
W.C. Holsclaw, Only sissies need motors, Lazarus Ode to the Swoose, November-December, 1942, pages ,
A.D. Wood, Plywoods, May-June, 1943, page 33
C.J. Bonnell, Glider glossary, January-February, 1945, pages 33,6
End man on the rope, Moe, July-August1945, pages ,38
T. Horsley, Soaring Flight, September-October, 1946, page 33
H.H. Bjorvand, Sermons from clouds, January-February, 1947, page 6
LK
A. Raspet, Modifying the Laister-Kauftmann, July-August, 1948, pages 31,1,
Lunak L-107
The Czech Lunak, November-December, 1949

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Maintenance and Repair
Over-aged equipment, October-November, 1940, page 35
Structural deficiencies of gliders, March-April, 1941, page 35
Manufacturers of Gliders
Glider companies organize, May-June, 1941, page 35
Glider factories are booming, May-June, 1941, page 35
W. Schweizer, Production methods in glider manufacture, July-August, 1946, page 35
Mautner, S.E.
Sandwich construction in gliders, September-October, 1944
McCarran Bill
McCarran Bill, January-February, 1948
Medical Aspects of Flight
A practical method of pilot selection, March-April, 1942
Meise
B.S. Shenstone, How the Olympic sailplane came about, from Aeronautics, May-June, 1944, pages 50,,,23
Merboth, W.J.
Warren J. Merboth, Golden C #5, September-October, 1942
Meteorology
B.L. Wiggin, That's the weather of it, July-August, 1941, pages 36,60
B.L. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, November-December, 1941, pages 60,36
B. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, January-February, 1942, pages 36,60
B. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, March-April, 1942, pages 36,60
E.C. Huffaker, On soaring flight, May-June, 1942, pages 5,36,55
K.C. Huffaker, Storms on soaring flight, May-June, 1942
B. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, May-June, 1942, pages 36,60
B. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, September-October, 1942, pages 36,60
A.H. Woodcock, Soaring over the open sea, November-December, 1942, pages 6,20,,36,,20
H.A. Woodcock, Soaring over the open sea, November-December, 1942
A. Raspet, A critique of the paper "Soaring over the Open Sea", November-December, 1942, pages 20,20,,55,,36,5
B. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, November-December, 1942, pages 36,60
B.L. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, January-February, 1943, pages 60,36
B. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, March-April, 1943, pages 36,60
L.P. Harrison, Atmospheric Instability Atmospheric turbulence, May-June, 1943, page 36
B.L. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, July-August, 1943, pages 60,36
L.P. Harrison, Atmospheric turbulence, September-October, 1943, pages 3,36
L.P. Harrison, Atmospheric turbulence, November-December, 1943, pages 3,36
T. Horsley, Standing wave, from Aeronautics, March-April, 1945, page 25
K.O. Lange, Thermals at low altitudes, September-October, 1945
H.C. Ross, Standing wave, September-October, 1948
J.S. Malkus, Cumulus, thermals and wind, September-October, 1949, pages 36,35
MeteorologySafety
B.C. Haynes, Hazard of wind shift in landing, January-February, 1942, page 9
Midwest
A.B. Schultz, The Midwest utility, March-April, 1945
Military
Gliding and national defense, April-May, 1940
Foreign news notes, October-November, 1940
Military Uses of Gliders
Navy and Congressional leaders see glider demonstration, Army, March-April, 1941, page 1
The Air Corps investigates soaring, May-June, 1941
H.H. Arnold, Speaking for the army, July-August, 1941
First military gliding unit, January-February, 1942, pages ,54
L. Mitchell, Silent wings to victory, July-August, 1942
Moe, Food for thought, May-June, 1943, pages ,38
L. Mitchell, The Maxton tactical demonstration of gliders, July-August, 1943, page 1
L. Mitchell, The CG-4A, November-December, 1943
E.F. Noyes, Tactical uses of gliders, July-August, 1944, pages ,,39,42
The Hamilcar was essential, March-April, 1945, page 25
T.M. Boyer, Cargo gliders in the Army, July-August, 1945, page 6
End man on the rope, Moe, July-August1945, pages ,38
L.J.E. Finch, Escape glider, from Air Review, January-February, 1947, pages 21,10
Mosey VI
The Moswey VI, May-June, 1947, page 38
Moswey III
Moswey III, November-December, 1945, page 38
Mountain Soaring
W. Dollfus, Alpine soaring, January-February, 1946, pages 38,55,1
W. Dolfus, Mountain climbing with sailplanes, November-December, 1946, pages 38,55,1
Mu-22
P. MacCready, Jr., International glider record, January-February, 1948
J.B Robinson and H.C. Ross, Bishop Bishop soaring, January-February, 1949, pages 50,,
P. MacCready, Jr., West to Ohio, July-August, 1949, page 11

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National Aeronautic Association
Our affiliation, August-September, 1940, page 39
E.J. Reeves, SSA-NAA agreement, March-April, 1948, pages 39,53
Netherlands
H.F. Schwing, Gliding and soaring in the Netherlands, September-October, 1946, pages ,39
Night Soaring
D.L. Darling, Night flight, March-April, 1944, pages ,39

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Obituaries
Bob Platt, April-May, 1940
Henry H. Wightman, May-June1941
Genevieve Warren Eaton, May-June, 1942
R.C. DuPont, Lewin B. Barringer, March-April, 1943, page 39
W. Setz, Lewin B. Barringer, March-April, 1943, pages 39,50
Richard C. du Pont, September-October1943, page 20
C. Gale, R.C. DuPont, September-October, 1943, pages ,22
Randall K. Chapman, September-October, 1945, page 39
L.D. Montgomery, July-August1946
Wise Dallas, Jr., July-August1946
Stanley C. Fierstein, September-October1946
W.B. Pagan, L.D. Montgomery, September-October, 1946
L. Terwilliager, September-October, 1947
R.S. Barnaby, Robert Kronfeld, March-April, 1948, pages ,4
Y. Sekella, Mrs. Thomas Rhodes, January-February, 1949
Olympia
B.S. Shenstone, How the Olympic sailplane came about, from Aeronautics, May-June, 1944, pages 50,,,23
A. Dawydoff, Guy Storer's Olympia, September-October, 1946, page 19

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Performance Calculations
V.M. Sandek, Performance testing, February-March, 1940, pages ,6
A. Raspet, Glider-tug performance studies, November-December, 1944
H.T. Nagamatsu and M. Masaki, General glider performance, November-December, 1945, pages ,,39
A. Raspet, Sailplane performance evaluation, May-June, 1947
R.D. Hiscocks, Tug and towed glider rate of climb, November-December, 1947, page 1
Petry, L.V.
Gliding and airline piloting, January-February, 1945, page 42
PH 29
F.J. Piatelli, Midget glider, May-June, 1948, pages ,42
Pick-Up Launching
A.U. Schultz, Glider pick-up, January-February, 1943, page 42
E.F. Noyes, Tactical uses of gliders, July-August, 1944, pages ,,39,42
CG-13 snatch, March-April, 1945, page 42
W. Setz, Sporting glider pick-up, March-April, 1947, pages 42,50
Poland
W.C. Stareski, Polish soaring comes 'back, September-October, 1948, page 54
Pollard, D.
The Air-100, from Air Trails, January-February, 1948
Powered Aircraft
L.D. Montgomery, Storm soaring in an Aeronca, January, 1940, pages ,38
L.V. Petry, Gliding and airline piloting, January-February, 1945
Pratt-Read LNE-1
H.S. Barnaby, The LNE-1, November-December, 1945, pages ,4
Pratt-Read PR-G1
P. Leonard, PR-G1 spreads its wings, March-April, 1942
Prue 160
I. Prue, The Prue 160 sailplane, May-June, 1947
I. Prue, External airfoil flap, from The Thermal, July-August, 1948, page 1
I. Prue, Take another look at the small sailplane, November-December, 1948, page 1
Prue 215
I. Prue, Take another look at the small sailplane, November-December, 1948, page 1
Publicity
H. White, Convert those power pilots, May-June, 1948, pages ,59
E.O. Menefee, How a club promotes soaring, March-April, 1949, page 10
D. Ryon, Promote soaring, November-December, 1949

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Record Flights
J. Robinson, Record American distance flight, January-February, 1941
Soaring records, January-February, 1942
J.S. Charles, A new national altitude record, September-October, 1943, page 9
A. Hall, Thermal soaring a utility, May-June, 1944, pages ,25,55
J.A. and R. Simpson, A glimpse of the future, September-October, 1945
July-August1946
P. Tuntland, High altitude in Florida, September-October, 1946
R.H. Johnson, Distance over the desert, November-December, 1946
P. MacCready, Jr., International glider record, January-February, 1948
F.B. Compton, United States soaring records, November-December, 1948
J.B Robinson and H.C. Ross, Bishop Bishop soaring, January-February, 1949, pages 50,,
J. Robinson, America's longest flight, May-June, 1949, page 10
M. Choisnet, International duration, July-August, 1949, pages 9,22
M. Choisnet, 35 hours aloft, September-October, 1949, page 9
Reiher
B.S. Shenstone, The DFS Reiher, July-August, 1945, pages ,,50
B.S. Shenstone, The DFS Reiher, continued, September-October, 1945, page 50
Ridge Soaring
K.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part III, January-February, 1941
J. Buxton, Ridge soaring, September-October, 1941, page 7
Slope soaring from Muskegon to St. Joseph, Michigan, November-December, 1941
A. Raspet, Slope soaring, September-October, 1942
Robin
W. Czerwinski, The Robin, May-June, 1945
Ross Ranger II
V.G. Ross, The Ross Ranger II, May-June, 1947
Ross, V. G.
The Ross Ranger II, May-June, 1947
Roundair
11:36 1/2 a.m.-Sunday edition, July-August, 1941
Rush, R.H.
The commercial cargo glider, May-June, 1945
Cargo glider versus cargo plane and helicopter, March-April, 1946

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Safety
Bob Platt, April-May, 1940
Blind flight dangerous, August-September, 1940, page 28
Over-aged equipment, October-November, 1940, page 35
Glider accidents, December, 1940
Structural deficiencies of gliders, March-April, 1941, page 35
A survey of glider accidents: 1939, 1938 and 1940, September-October, 1941
R.S. Barnaby, Too low and too slow, May-June, 1942, pages ,55,4
H. Abrams, Report from Herb Abrams, November-December, 1942
Australian tragedy, March-April, 1945, page 3
R.H. Jonnson, The Baby's last flight, January-February, 1946, pages ,4
Safety and sailplanes, July-August, 1946
R.J. Comey, Safety IS important, September-October, 1949, page 10
Sailplanes
DFS Olympia
Olympic sailplane plans, January, 1940, page 19
Kirby Kadet
W.B. Klemperer, Measurement of the forces acting on gliders in towed flight, June-July, 1940, pages ,2
Schweizer\SGC 1-21
SGC 1-21 flown by Richard Comey, new manager of SSA, to first place in the 14th Nationals at Wichita Falls, Texas, photo by Caudil, July-August, 1947
Sarginson, F.T.
A college holiday, April-May, 1940, page 6
Screaming Wiener
W. Neugent, The story of the "Screaming Wiener", November-December, 1941, pages ,39
Short Nimbus
The Short Nimbus, from The Aeroplane, May-June, 1947, page 50
Sinbad
Sinbad 1st "Sinbad 1st", July-August, 1941, page 50
Sites
L.B. Barringer, Sun Valley soaring, October-November, 1940, pages ,5
The Philadelphia Glider Council exhibits its gliderport, November-December, 1944, pages 10,51
O. Hoefner, No field? No fly!, May-June, 1945, pages 10,50
W. Tracy, Arizona soaring, November-December, 1945, page 50
Florida SSA invited by Governor to establish a permanent site in Florida, September-October, 1946, page 51
R. Blaine, 14th National, Wichita Falls Bob Blaine says, May-June, 1947
E. Kissel, What's cooking, May-June, 1947, pages ,50,2
J.C. Comey, 15th National Elmira in '48, September-October, 1947, pages ,50
D. Warner, We need gliderports, January-February, 1948, pages 50,59
J. Spurgeon, Torrey Pines, July-August, 1948, pages 10,,54
W.S. Ivans, Jr., Diary of a soaring vacation at El Mirage, November-December, 1948, pages 51,3,55,29
J.B Robinson and H.C. Ross, Bishop Bishop soaring, January-February, 1949, pages 50,,
Soaring Society of America
The future?, January, 1940, page 53
H.N. Wightman, Business for the annual meeting, January, 1940, pages 53,60
E.R. Southee, President's message, February-March, 1940, pages 53,54
February-March1940
April-May1940
August-September1940
March-April1941
1946 SSA officers and board of directors, May-June, 1946, page 54
Meeting of the board of directors, September-October, 1946, page 53
Meeting of the board of directors, November-December, 1946, page 53
B.S. Barnaby, The Soaring Society's program, January-February, 1947, page 4
T.M. Boyer, March-April1947, pages 6,53
B. Shupack, Directors' meeting of the SSA, March-April, 1947, pages 50,53
Minutes of SSA directors' meeting, September-October, 1947, page 53
R.J. Comey, Progress report, November-December, 1947, pages 10,53
E.J. Reeves, SSA-NAA agreement, March-April, 1948, pages 39,53
P.A. Schweizer, SSA mid-winter directors' meeting, March-April, 1948, page 53
B. Shupack, Election report, July-August, 1948, pages 50,53
R.J. Comey, Crossroads, March-April, 1949, pages 10,53
SSA directors' meeting, March-April, 1949, page 53
R.J. Comey, Unite to soar, July-August, 1949, pages 10,54
Directors elected to 1952, September-October, 1949, page 53
SSA Directors' meeting, November-December, 1949, page 53
Directors
Directors for 1940, February-March, 1940, page 53
Soaring Magazine
T.M. Boyer, New editor, January-February, 1945, page 6
R.J. Comey, '49 '50 and you, November-December, 1949, pages 53,10
South Africa
First military gliding unit, January-February, 1942, pages ,54
South America
L.S. Pinto, A South American duration record, November-December, 1943, pages 42,54
Sparrow
De Havilland Sparrow for a thousand dollars, January-February, 1947, page 54
Stepniewski, W.Z.
Design diving speed of gliders, January-February, 1946, page 55
Super Albatross
W.F. Kelsey, Super Albatross, March-April, 1943, pages ,55
Super Skywing
D.S. Mitchell, Flying wing sailplanes, May-June, 1948, pages ,,,55,55
Sweden
H. Millgard, Swedish soaring center, Aalleberg, May-June, 1941, page 55
C. Birch-Jensen, The Swedish championship competition, September-October, 1946, pages 55,5
Switzerland
T.H. Heimgartner, Swiss glider constructions, July-August, 1945, pages 55,26
W. Dollfus, Alpine soaring, January-February, 1946, pages 38,55,1
W. Dolfus, Mountain climbing with sailplanes, November-December, 1946, pages 38,55,1
W. Dollfus, Alpine international, November-December, 1947, pages 55,1

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Techniques
Thermal Soaring
J.S. Charles, An airplane pilot looks at soaring, January, 1940, page 55
Wave Soaring
J.B Robinson and H.C. Ross, Bishop Bishop soaring, January-February, 1949, pages 50,,
A. Van Name, Silver C duration on the wave, July-August, 1949, pages 58,59
T. Pfeiffer, Wurtsboro wave, July-August, 1949, pages 42,59
Techniques of Soaring Flight
R.S. Barnaby, Too low and too slow, May-June, 1942, pages ,55,4
R.C. Du Pont, American soaring techniques today, May-June, 1943, pages 20,55
Test Flying
Briegleb ATC tests, August-September, 1940, pages 6,11
H. Huber, Flight testing the Prue 160, May-June, 1947, page 55
TG-1a
S.R. Corcoran, Development of the TG-1A glider, September-October, 1943, pages ,55
TG-4A
R.N. Chapman, The TG-4A, January-February, 1945, pages ,55
Theory of Soaring Flight
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part II, December, 1940, pages 54,55
E.C. Huffaker, On soaring flight, May-June, 1942, pages 5,36,55
E.C. Huffaker, On soaring flight, July-August, 1942, pages 5,55
E.C. Huffaker, On soaring flight, September-October, 1942, pages 5,55
A. Raspet, A critique of the paper "Soaring over the Open Sea", November-December, 1942, pages 20,20,,55,,36,5
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, March-April, 1943, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 2, May-June, 1943, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 3, July-August, 1943, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part IV, November-December, 1943, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 5, March-April, 1944, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 6, May-June, 1944, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 7, March-April, 1945, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 8, May-June, 1945, pages 55,2
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 9, November-December, 1945, pages 55,2
Thermal Detection Systems
A. Raspet, The temperature gradiometer for soaring, January-February, 1944, pages 28,55
Thermal Soaring
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part III, January-February, 1941, pages 54,59,55
Circling in thermals, September-October, 1941, page 55
B.L. Wiggin, He has flown through the air, November-December, 1941, pages 55,60
W.S. Ivans, Jr., Diary of a soaring vacation at El Mirage, November-December, 1948, pages 51,3,55,29
Tiny Mite
R.H. Johnson, Tiny Mite, May-June, 1948
Towing
B.S. Shenstone, Glider towing hooks and releases, July-August, 1946, pages ,50
R. Noonan, The double pulley tow, July-August, 1946
B.S. Shenstone, Glider towing hooks and releases, cont., September-October, 1946, pages ,,50
Training
Controlled flight training, October-November, 1940
Recognition, December, 1940
Navy and Congressional leaders see glider demonstration, Army, March-April, 1941, page 1
New glider schools, March-April, 1941
R. Eikenberry, A worthwhile suggestion, March-April, 1941, pages ,20
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, 1941, pages 54,10,9,11,1,,60
The Air Corps investigates soaring, May-June, 1941
Soaring schools prosper, May-June, 1941
H.H. Arnold, Speaking for the army, July-August, 1941
R.F. Blaine, Who can tell us about motorless flight training?, September-October, 1941, page 6
A. Dawydoff, Airhopper log, November-December, 1941, pages 9,19
A practical method of pilot selection, March-April, 1942
Army Air Forces glider training program, May-June, 1942
A. Dawydoff, Airhopper log, May-June, 1942, pages 9,19
L. Mitchell, Silent wings to victory, July-August, 1942
L. Hull, Philadelphia glider conference, March-April, 1943, pages ,
Moe, Food for thought, May-June, 1943, pages ,38
W.B. Hammond, A training glider for high schools, November-December, 1943, page 3
To the old timers, January-February, 1944
F.W. Ruble, Jr., I learned to fly a glider, March-April, 1944
J. Illaszewicz, Gliding instruction in Europe, March-April, 1944, pages ,28
L. Collins, Pre-power flight training, May-June, 1944, pages ,10
Moe, The chicken or the egg?, May-June, 1944, pages ,38
J. Illaszewicz, Why singleplace glider training was used in Europe, July-August, 1944, pages ,28
E.V. Martz, C.F. McReynolds, September-October, 1944
W.B. Hammond, A training aid, January-February, 1945, page 3
J. Robinson, Two-place glider training, March-April, 1945
At last - a school, March-April, 1945
W.B. Hammond, The case for the single-place training glider in the public schools, January-February, 1946, page 3
H.A. Provisor, Glider training in Canada, May-June, 1946
Youth - Psychology and soaring, January-February, 1948
W.F. Hallstead, Veterans, January-February, 1948, page 3
Pertinent comments on a national program, January-February, 1948
M. Hart, Glider school, from Air Facts, May-June, 1948, pages ,3
E.J. Reeves, Air youth - the shore dimly seen, January-February, 1949, page 9
G. Bardwell, Youth on the wing, May-June, 1949, page 4

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USA
Gliding and national defense, April-May, 1940
R.S. Barnaby, Another gliding boom?, January-February, 1941, page 4
P. Leonard, A general analysis of our national gliding and soaring problem, July-August, 1941
Motorless flight - a fundamental for air policy, January-February, 1948
A national glider program, January-February, 1948
Pertinent comments on a national program, January-February, 1948

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Volner J-10
C.H. Jaschke, Motorless flight, July-August, 1941, pages ,59

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Wanderlust
T.E. Brown, The Wanderlust, March-April, 1947, pages 59,7
Wave Soaring
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part III, January-February, 1941, pages 54,59,55
Weihe
The Weihe, September-October, 1946, page 59
Winch Towing
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, 1941, pages 54,10,9,11,1,,60
H. Vernon and Z. Savage, The glider tow, November-December, 1945, pages 60,,6
Windspiel
The Windspiel, January-February, 1947, page 60
WLM-1
R. Comte, The high-speed WLM-1, July-August, 1949, page 59

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No subject
J. Buxton, Why soaring contests?, June-July, 1940, page 7
R.F. Blaine, 1940 American Open, August-September, 1940, page 6
D. Stacy, SSA participates in aviation workshop, November-December, 1941
D. Stacy, Ode to the Swoose, November-December, 1941
A. Satin, Cover photo explained in a timely article, May-June, 1942
C.A. Matlin, The fifth annual western meet, July-August, 1942
J. Robinson, Blind flying in icing conditions, March-April, 1944
C.J. Bonnell, Soaring in a post-war world, September-October, 1944, page 6
B. Shupack, ed., We must cooperate, May-June, 1945, page 50
B. Shupack, ed., The value of glider time, July-August, 1945, page 50
B. Shupack, ed., Opportunity for research, September-October, 1945, page 50
B. Shupack, ed., Our new directors, January-February, 1946, page 50
S.A. Hall, Formula for getting ahead, March-April, 1946, page 25
Soaring, the essence of private flying, May-June, 1946, page 4
B.S. Shenstone, Gliding in Canada, 1946, January-February, 1947, page 50
R.J. Comey, Snow bird meet 1946, January-February, 1947, page 10
L.J.E. Finch, Escape glider, January-February, 1947, page 21
R.F. Blaine, Bob Blaine says, May-June, 1947, page 6
E.J. Reeves, The president's message, July-August, 1947
V. Saudek, Ray Parker chosen western champion, September-October, 1947, page 6
F.B. Compton, National contest rules, September-October, 1947
A great gentleman passes, March-April, 1948, page 4
B. Shupack, Flight data of the 15th annual national soaring contest, July-August, 1948, page 50
R. Comte, Swiss international, March-April, 1949, pages ,2
J. Robinson, A mile a minute, from The Thermal, November-December, 1949


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