Soaring Magazine Index for 1944 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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1, 2, A, B, C, D, G, H, I, K, M, N, O, P, R, S, T, None

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1-19
P.A. Schweizer, The new Schweizer utility glider, September-October, page 10
1-26
P.A. Schweizer, Adapting the "one design class" to gliding and soaring, November-December, page 1

2     (up to table of contents)

2-12
E. Schweizer, The TG-3A, May-June, page 8

A     (up to table of contents)

Affiliates, Chapters, and Clubs
The Philadelphia Glider Council exhibits its gliderport, November-December, page 8
Stretching out to the things which are before, I go forward, November-December, page 12
Award Flights
P. Tuntland, Silver C in the high Sierras, January-February, page 4

B     (up to table of contents)

Bird Flight
V.H. Saudek, In the good old days, July-August, page 6

C     (up to table of contents)

Cadet UT-1
A. Dawydoff, Cadet UT-1 glider, January-February, page 8
Civil Aeronautics Board
Moe, Off the deep end, March-April, page 8
Competitions
P.A. Schweizer, Adapting the "one design class" to gliding and soaring, November-December, page 1
November-December, page 3
Conferences and Conventions
A. Raspet, 19th motorless flight conference, July-August, pages preceding 1
Construction of Gliders
R.M. Stanley, Vee tail, January-February, page 6
N.J. Hoff and S.E. Mautner, Sandwich construction in gliders, September-October, page 4
Cross-Country Soaring
J. Robinson, Soaring over Mt. Whitney, March-April, page 7
Cumulus SG-5
S. Smith, Cumulus sailplane, July-August, page 10

D     (up to table of contents)

Denver Pioneer
E.M. Ardelt, The "Denver Pioneer" utility glider, March-April, page 10
Dynamics of Flight
E.A. Quarterman, Thermals and helicopters, November-December, page 10

G     (up to table of contents)

Gliders
A. Dawydoff, Cadet UT-1 glider, January-February, page 8
E.M. Ardelt, The "Denver Pioneer" utility glider, March-April, page 10
B.S. Shenstone, How the Olympic sailplane came about, from Aeronautics, May-June, page 3
E.F. Noyes, Tactical uses of gliders, July-August, page 1
Z. Zrzywoblocki, Applying jet-propulsion to gliders, July-August, page 7
S.R. Corcoran, Powered gliders, September-October, page 8
P.A. Schweizer, The new Schweizer utility glider, September-October, page 10
P.A. Schweizer, Adapting the "one design class" to gliding and soaring, November-December, page 1
P. Leonard, A "one design class" contest sailplane, November-December, page 3

H     (up to table of contents)

Helicopters
E.A. Quarterman, Thermals and helicopters, November-December, page 10

I     (up to table of contents)

Instruments
A. Raspet, The temperature gradiometer for soaring, January-February, page 1

K     (up to table of contents)

Kirby Kadet
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 5, March-April, page 5
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 6, May-June, page 6

M     (up to table of contents)

Mautner, S.E.
Sandwich construction in gliders, September-October, page 4
Meise
B.S. Shenstone, How the Olympic sailplane came about, from Aeronautics, May-June, page 3
Military Uses of Gliders
E.F. Noyes, Tactical uses of gliders, July-August, page 1

N     (up to table of contents)

Night Soaring
D.L. Darling, Night flight, March-April, page 11

O     (up to table of contents)

Olympia
B.S. Shenstone, How the Olympic sailplane came about, from Aeronautics, May-June, page 3

P     (up to table of contents)

Performance Calculations
A. Raspet, Glider-tug performance studies, November-December, page 4
Pick-Up Launching
E.F. Noyes, Tactical uses of gliders, July-August, page 1

R     (up to table of contents)

Record Flights
A. Hall, Thermal soaring a utility, May-June, page 1

S     (up to table of contents)

Sites
The Philadelphia Glider Council exhibits its gliderport, November-December, page 8

T     (up to table of contents)

Theory of Soaring Flight
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 5, March-April, page 5
W.B. Klemperer, Theory of soaring flight, part 6, May-June, page 6
Thermal Detection Systems
A. Raspet, The temperature gradiometer for soaring, January-February, page 1
Training
To the old timers, January-February, pages preceding 1
F.W. Ruble, Jr., I learned to fly a glider, March-April, page 1
J. Illaszewicz, Gliding instruction in Europe, March-April, page 6
L. Collins, Pre-power flight training, May-June, pages preceding 1
Moe, The chicken or the egg?, May-June, page 11
J. Illaszewicz, Why singleplace glider training was used in Europe, July-August, page 4
E.V. Martz, C.F. McReynolds, September-October, pages preceding 1

None     (up to table of contents)

No subject
J. Robinson, Blind flying in icing conditions, March-April, page 3
C.J. Bonnell, Soaring in a post-war world, September-October, page 1


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