Soaring Magazine Index for 1941 organized by subject

The contents have all been re-entered by hand, so there are going to be typos and confusion between author and subject, etc...
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A, B, C, G, H, L, M, O, R, S, T, U, V, W, None

A

Affiliates, Chapters, and Clubs
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, page 8
A. Dawydoff, Airhopper log, November-December, page 2
Air Shows and Demonstrations
J.S. Charles and E. Lee, What did Shelly say to the Duke?, January-February, page 3
Navy and Congressional leaders see glider demonstration, Army, March-April, page 2
The Air Corps investigates soaring, May-June, page 1
Airplane Towing
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, page 8
Argentina
A.L. Pinocheitti, Soaring flight in Argentina, January-February, page 4
The Albatross soaring club of Argentina, January-February, page 6

B     (up to table of contents)

Baby Albatross
Henry Stilgmeier, Soaring in a thundercloud, May-June, page 3

C     (up to table of contents)

Civil Aeronautic Authority
Requirements for glider pilots licenses, November-December, page 10
Cloud Flying
J. Robinson, Blind flying in icing conditions, March-April, page 3
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, page 8
Henry Stilgmeier, Soaring in a thundercloud, May-June, page 3
F.R. Dent, How to live a long time in a short time, May-June, page 6
Philip Wills, On blind-flying blindly, September-October, page 6
Competitions
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, page 8
E. Roth, A new emphasis at the twelfth annual national soaring contest, July-August, page 6
R.H. Johnson, To the Atlantic, November-December, page 8
Local
Annual west coast contest, March-April, page 6
Cross-Country Soaring
R.H. Johnson, To the Atlantic, November-December, page 8

G     (up to table of contents)

Government Support
P. Leonard, A general analysis of our national gliding and soaring problem, July-August, page 1
English subsidy plan, November-December, page 1
Great Britain
J.C. Neilan, Are we lucky? - letter from England to Bob Stanley in America, November-December, page 3

H     (up to table of contents)

Hungary
News flashes from abroad, November-December, page 99

L     (up to table of contents)

Licenses, Pilot
Requirements for glider pilots licenses, November-December, page 10
Licenses, Sailplane
N.C. licensing of individual gliders, September-October, page 1
Literature
J. and D. Stacey, November-December, pages preceding 1

M     (up to table of contents)

Maintenance and Repair
Structural deficiencies of gliders, March-April, page 1
Manufacturers of Gliders
Glider companies organize, May-June, page 5
Glider factories are booming, May-June, page 7
Meteorology
B.L. Wiggin, That's the weather of it, July-August, page 4
B.L. Wiggin, compiler, The Power House, November-December, page 5
Military Uses of Gliders
Navy and Congressional leaders see glider demonstration, Army, March-April, page 2
The Air Corps investigates soaring, May-June, page 1
H.H. Arnold, Speaking for the army, July-August, page 3

O     (up to table of contents)

Obituaries
Henry H. Wightman, May-June, page 2

R     (up to table of contents)

Record Flights
J. Robinson, Record American distance flight, January-February, page 8
Ridge Soaring
K.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part III, January-February, page 10
J. Buxton, Ridge soaring, September-October, page 8
Slope soaring from Muskegon to St. Joseph, Michigan, November-December, page 7
Roundair
11:36 1/2 a.m.-Sunday edition, July-August, page 10

S     (up to table of contents)

Safety
Structural deficiencies of gliders, March-April, page 1
A survey of glider accidents: 1939, 1938 and 1940, September-October, page 4
Screaming Wiener
W. Neugent, The story of the "Screaming Wiener", November-December, page 6
Sinbad
Sinbad 1st "Sinbad 1st", July-August, page 11
Soaring Society of America
March-April, page 13
Sweden
H. Millgard, Swedish soaring center, Aalleberg, May-June, page 4

T     (up to table of contents)

Thermal Soaring
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part III, January-February, page 10
Circling in thermals, September-October, page 7
B.L. Wiggin, He has flown through the air, November-December, page 4
Training
Navy and Congressional leaders see glider demonstration, Army, March-April, page 2
New glider schools, March-April, page 2
R. Eikenberry, A worthwhile suggestion, March-April, page 4
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, page 8
The Air Corps investigates soaring, May-June, page 1
Soaring schools prosper, May-June, page 8
H.H. Arnold, Speaking for the army, July-August, page 3
R.F. Blaine, Who can tell us about motorless flight training?, September-October, page 3
A. Dawydoff, Airhopper log, November-December, page 2

U     (up to table of contents)

USA
R.S. Barnaby, Another gliding boom?, January-February, page 1
P. Leonard, A general analysis of our national gliding and soaring problem, July-August, page 1

V     (up to table of contents)

Volner J-10
C.H. Jaschke, Motorless flight, July-August, page 9

W     (up to table of contents)

Wave Soaring
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part III, January-February, page 10
Winch Towing
R.M. Stanley, An introduction to soaring, part IV, March-April, page 8

None     (up to table of contents)

No subject
D. Stacy, SSA participates in aviation workshop, November-December, pages preceding 1
D. Stacy, Ode to the Swoose, November-December, page 1


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