Soaring Magazine Index for 1984 organized by subject

Soaring Magazine Index for 1984 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, E, F, H, I, L, M, O, P, S, T, U, V, W, None

A

AD's
A Technical Bulletin on the LS-4 and 4a, February, page 8
An AD On 'Chutes, June, page 8
An AD On Grob G-102's, July, page 8
An Emergency AD on PIKs, October, page 9
An AD on AS-W 19's, November, page 11
An AD on AS-W 15's, December, page 12
Aerobatics
William B. Dehon, Jr., Astir Looping Over Florida, June, cover
Aerodynamics
Oran W. Nicks, Drag Awareness, February, page 20
Bob Said, Stalls - The Deeper, The Worse, March, page 32
James M. Payne, Spins, May, page 27
Around-The-World Non-Stop Airplane, August, page 16
Wilhelm Dirks, An Expert Explains, October, page 6
Alex Strojnik, Improving The Constant-Chord Wing, October, page 36
A.M.O. Smith, The Possibilities Of Laminar Flow Control, December, page 18
James M. Payne, Low, Skidding Turns; Why The Fuss?, December, page 38
Flight Tests
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the Grob G-102 Club IIIB, January, page 18
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the 16.6-Meter Ventus, April, page 20
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation Of An LS-4a, September, page 14
Sailplanes
Design
That Sinking Sensation, March, page 36
Dieter Althaus, Drag Probe Rake Design, May, page 3
Dr. Paul MacCready, Soaring Aerodynamics of Frigate Birds, July, page 20
Affiliates, Chapters, and Clubs
Michelle Silver, Pilot Proficiency Program, January, page 45
Bronze Badge #1, January, page 46
Michelle Silver, Getting To Know You, March, page 50
Michelle Silver, Bronze Badge Blossoms, March, page 52
Cross-Country Soaring, April, page 44
Douglas Lamont, Club Invites Alumni to 25th Anniversary, August, page 41
Another Way To Guard Against Bent Birds, August, page 41
NESCO Is Back With Us, August, page 41
Jim Foreman, Taos Soaring Festival, October, page 24
Kris Parry, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Eastern Workshop, November, page 21
Kate Pilgrim, Community School Soaring, November, page 43
Jim Foreman, Should Clubs Be Involved in Primary Training Of New Pilots?, December, page 31
Sailplane Homebuilders Association
SHA Workshops. Final Sandings, August, page 36
Woodstock Wins Sailplane Homebuilders Association Design Contest, November, page 20
Bob Said, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Western Workshop, November, page 20
Kris Farry, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Eastern Workshop, November, page 21
Bob Said, Something for Nothing???, November, page 27
Vintage Sailplane Association
Geoff Steele, Ancient Sailplanes Are Alive And Well, September, page 34
Aircraft
That Sinking Sensation, March, page 36
The Fifteen-Meter LS-6, March, page 40
Garey Hudson, in Defense of AS-W 20's, April, page 3
Richard Benbough, The Convertible Albatross, May, page 36
A New Standard Class Ship From Schempp-Hirth, June, page 8
Virgil Paggen, Build and Fly Monerai, June, page 14
Geoff Steele, Ancient Sailplanes Are Alive And Well, September, page 34
Nhapecan II
A New Two Seater: Not Glass, Not European!, August, page 11
Pratt-Read
William G. Hill, The Has-Been, February, page 16
Sailplanes
Design
Around-The-World Non-Stop Airplane, August, page 16
Airplanes
Rutan Voyager
Around-The-World Non-Stop Airplane, August, page 16
Awards
Badge Flights
Alex Strojnik, 1983 Homebuilt Distance Badge Flights, March, page 15
Badges
Bronze Badge #1, January, page 46
Michelle Silver, Bronze Badge Blossoms, March, page 52
Another Way To Guard Against Bent Birds, August, page 41
Flying Wing
Test Pilots Honor Veteran Soaring Pilot Who Helped Start It All On The Wasserkuppe, December, page 13
Hall of Fame
Another Soaring Hall of Famer - Richard E. Schreder, August, page 17
Hilton
Hilton Opens Cup Contest To American Pilots, April, page 9
Bob Said, The 1984 Hilton Cup Soaring Camp, October, page 16
Kolstad
Kolstad Scholars Named - Brad T. Weals and Steven Leonard, May, page 7
NAA
Paul A. Schweizer Receives NAA Award, October, page 14
Records and Record Flights
A Long One in Canada, August, page 11
Tug Willson, A Motorgliding First?, November, page 19
Records and Record Flights Contributors
Alex Strojnik, 1983 Homebuilt Distance Badge Flights, March, page 15

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Birds
Dr. Paul MacCready, Soaring Aerodynamics of Frigate Birds, July, page 20
Lars Helmerson, More On Birds And Thermals, November, page 6
Dudley Mattson, The White Pelicans Are Back, November, page 6
Book Reviews
Howard Banks, Listen: Derek Piggot Talks About Soaring, January, page 10
Douglas Lamont, After All, by Gren Seibels, February, page 33
Gene Hammond, "Transition to Gliders; A Flight Training Handbook for Power Pilots" by Tom Knauff, April, page 10
Allan Northcutt, Glider Basics from Solo to License, by Tom Knauff, May, page 9
Bob Said, "Low Power Laminar Aircraft Structures", by Alex Strojnik, August, page 10

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Competitions
K. Lee Kuhlke, Another View On TET, February, page 3
Richard H. Johnson, A Word to The Wise, March, page 2
Louis J. Aull, The Essence of the Matter, April, page 2
SSA XC/Racing Camp, May, page 6
Cass Sumrall, An Alternative to Contests, June, page 5
XC/Racing Camp Update, June, page 8
Wil Schuemann, Water, Water Everywhere, June, page 20
FAI Class Definitions, August, page 8
J.R. Gravance, On Contest Safety, October, page 2
J.J. Sinclair, And Again., October, page 3
1-26
With a Cloud of Dust and a Mightly Hi-Ho Schweizer!, September, page 6
Al Santilli, The 1984 1-26 Championships, September, page 26
15-Meter
Wally Raisanen, in Defense of 15-Meters, December, page 3
International
Action in Hungary, January, page 8
Fourth European Motorgliding Meet, March, page 8
National
The 1983 U.S. National and Regional Champions, January, page 14
Roger Clark, 509-Mile Task Highlights 1984 Open Class National Championship, August, page 20
John Joss, The 1984 15-Meter Class U.S. National Championships, September, page 38
Sharon Austin, The 1984 Standard Class U.S. National Championships, October, page 28
Open Class
George J. Thelen, Weigh-in, Please?, August, page 27
Regional
Trip Mellinger, Region 12 Contest, January, page 9
The 1983 U.S. National and Regional Champions, January, page 14
Al Blackburn, Redlining on the Ridge, January, page 24
Gren Seibels, Region 5 North Championships, June, page 38
Bob Fitch, Region 2 Contest, August, page 36
Karl Striedieck, Region 5 East Contest, August, page 37
George J. Thelen, Region 11 South Contest, August, page 38
Robert Grey, Region 5 South Championships, September, page 8
Judy Lincoln, Region 9 Championships, September, page 11
Region 6 South Championships, September, page 12
Region Three Championships, October, page 41
John Harvey, Region 1 Championships, November, page 56
Bruce Bowmar and Janyc[e]e Kamahele, Region 12 North Championships, November, page 57
Jack Wyman, Region 6 Championships, December, page 16
Robert Phillips, Region 6 South Championships, December, page 42
Scoring
Robert W. Driscoll, An Appreciative Pollster, April, page 3
Wm. C. Feldbaumer, More on TET Scoring, May, page 3
Sports Class
John Campbell, Let's Have More Sports Class Action, November, page 12
James M. Payne, Competition Lively in RESCO Sports Class Contest, November, page 60
Conferences and Conventions
Jon Mead, 1984 SSA Convention, February, page 8
Bob Said, The 1984 SSA International Convention, April, page 16
Homebuilders Workshops And Design Contest, June, page 37
Cindy Brickner, Women"s Soaring Seminar, Texas Style, July, page 7
Win a Trip to the 1985 SSA Convention in San Diego, August, page 9
Catherine Cookson, The 1984 Women's Soaring Seminar, November, page 50
Convention Menu A Soaring Feast, December, page 11
Marilyn Schumacher, International Coaches Focus On Training Safety, December, page 12
Construction and How-To
Stan Hall, Tips on the Use of Dacron Covering, January, page 42
Stan Hall, The Stits Procedure, February, page 46
Tom Cooper, Beating The High Cost Of Speed Rings, March, page 53
Richard H. Johnson, Sailplane Maintenance and Flight Improvement Suggestions, May, page 41
Les Sebald, A Radio Field Strength Meter, June, page 43
Gene Hammond, Sandy McAusland, Bruce Helvie, and Gernot Neubauer, The Case For Lighting Up, July, page 42
Bob Said, "Low Power Laminar Aircraft Structures", by Alex Strojnik, August, page 10
Microphone Amplifier Correction, December, page 3

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Equipment
Les Sebald, A Radio Field Strength Meter, June, page 43
Jim Foreman, Don't Forget Your OLK, July, page 34
Gene Hammond, Sandy McAusland, Bruce Helvie, and Gernot Neubauer, The Case For Lighting Up, July, page 42
Les Sebald, Microphone Amplifier, September, page 44
Microphone Amplifier Correction, December, page 3

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FAI
International
FAI Class Definitions, August, page 8
Federal Aviation Administration
New Advisory Circular, July, page 8
Gren Seibels, Caution Signals, July, page 40

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History
Is This An SSA First-Ever in the World of Soaring?, March, page 16
Richard Benbough, The Convertible Albatross, May, page 36
Frank R. Gross, The Cadet Glider, June, page 28
Peter Riedel, The False World Record, July, page 30
With a Cloud of Dust and a Mightly Hi-Ho Schweizer!, September, page 6
Geoff Steele, Ancient Sailplanes Are Alive And Well, September, page 34
Homebuilts
Bert Schmutzhart, Flying the SCH-1, January, page 28
Eaglet Newsletter, February, page 34
Homebuilder News, March, page 12
Alex Strojnik, 1983 Homebuilt Distance Badge Flights, March, page 15
Einar Enevoldson and Marta Bohn-Meyer, The Rutan Solitaire, March, page 24
Virgil Paggen, Build and Fly Monerai, June, page 14
Homebuilder News, June, page 27
Homebuilders Workshops And Design Contest, June, page 37
Bob Said, "Low Power Laminar Aircraft Structures", by Alex Strojnik, August, page 10
Bob Said, Windrose Is Up And Going, August, page 18
Design Contest Judging Policy, September, page 6
Larry Sanderson, Those Aussies Are Going For It!, October, page 12
Alex Strojnik, Improving The Constant-Chord Wing, October, page 36
Woodstock Wins Sailplane Homebuilders Association Design Contest, November, page 20
Bob Said, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Western Workshop, November, page 20
Kris Farry, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Eastern Workshop, November, page 21
Bob Said, A Pilot Reports On Flying Windrose, December, page 24

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Illustration
A New Standard Class Ship From Schempp-Hirth, June, page 8
Wil Schuemann, Water, Water Everywhere, June, page 20
Instruction
Howard Banks, Listen: Derek Piggot Talks About Soaring, January, page 10
Tom Knauff, PT3 - Premature Termination of the Tow, January, page 34
Michelle Silver, Pilot Proficiency Program, January, page 45
Gene Hammond, "Transition to Gliders; A Flight Training Handbook for Power Pilots" by Tom Knauff, April, page 10
Allan Northcutt, Glider Basics from Solo to License, by Tom Knauff, May, page 9
Dr. Scott A. Jenkins, First Glass At Estrella, July, page 24
Gren Seibels, Caution Signals, July, page 40
Gren Seibels, The Learning Curve, October, page 42
Marilyn Schumacher, International Coaches Focus On Training Safety, December, page 12
Jim Foreman, Should Clubs Be Involved in Primary Training Of New Pilots?, December, page 31
Schools
Kate Pilgrim, Community School Soaring, November, page 43
Instrumentation
New Barograph Calibration Laboratory, March, page 8
Tom Cooper, Beating The High Cost Of Speed Rings, March, page 53
Peter Newgard, Total Energy; Problems and Solutions, April, page 31
Dieter Althaus, Drag Probe Rake Design, May, page 3
Another Approved Calibration Lab, December, page 12
International
Canada
A Long One in Canada, August, page 11
Hungary
Action in Hungary, January, page 8
Sweden
Harald Millgard, The Wonderful Waves of Sweden, February, page 28

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Launching
Tonk Mills, A Little Further Aft, If You Please, January, page 2
With a Cloud of Dust and a Mightly Hi-Ho Schweizer!, September, page 6
Aerotow
Edward B. Oliver, No Time To Talk, January, page 3
Ivan Jasczlics, The Bank: What's Your Angle?, April, page 6
Aerotowing
Tom Knauff, PT3 - Premature Termination of the Tow, January, page 34
Is This An SSA First-Ever in the World of Soaring?, March, page 16
Towplanes
Bob Said, Something for Nothing???, November, page 27
James L. Dean, Quiet That Towplane!, December, page 4
Towropes
Eric Coleson and Gene Hammond, Some Data On Towropes You May Not Have Expected, May, page 6
Literature
Gren Seibels, After All, February, page 33

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Maintenance and Projects
Les Sebald, Microphone Amplifier, September, page 44
Medical
Terry Frazier, It's Hard to Fly With Your Legs Crossed, March, page 4
Val Brain, Soaring and Stress, July, page 17
Meteorology
Alan B. Green, And Now For My Next Trick, January, page 2
Gren Seibels, Thermals, February, page 37
Gren Seibels, What's Up?, March, page 42
Dr. Joachim P. Kuettner, The 2000 Kilometer Wave Flight!, May, page 14
Motorgliders
Pik-20e
Tug Willson, A Motorgliding First?, November, page 19

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Obituaries
T. Guy Spencer, in Memoriam - Thomas C. Thompson, January, page 7
John Joss, in Memoriam - Ray Elsmore, February, page 34
Norman H. Ellison, in Memoriam - Stuart Fursman, April, page 12
Doug Jacobs, in Memoriam - Jon Mead, April, page 16
H.V. Senn, in Memoriam - Lawrence C. Johnston, May, page 8
Jim Maupin, in Memoriam - Jack Benedict, May, page 9
Larry Barrett, in Memoriam - Maj. Robert L. Wenning, Capt. Alan Lombardi, June, page 11
Bob Greenblatt and Lynne Greenblatt, in Memoriam - Horace Pettit, Jr, August, page 17
George Taylor, in Memoriam - Lester M. Perry, August, page 17
Stuart Henderson, in Memoriam - Harold Clausen, October, page 41
Richard Tuttle, A Friend Remembered - John Lendved, November, page 8
T. Guy Spencer, in Memoriam - Alexander V. Nedzel, November, page 19
Al Santilli, in Memoriam - David C. Johnson, December, page 15

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Parachutes
Jean-Paul Weiss, Bailing Out? Spoilers Out!, May, page 34
An AD On 'Chutes, June, page 8
People
William C. Sproull
New SSA Officers, October, page 9
Performance
Evaluations
Bert Schmutzhart, Flying the SCH-1, January, page 28
Einar Enevoldson and Marta Bohn-Meyer, The Rutan Solitaire, March, page 24
Walter Schneider, On Measuring Sailplane Performance, September, page 2
Doug Jacobs, A Contest Pilot Reports On Flying The Discus, November, page 14
Bob Said, A Pilot Reports On Flying Windrose, December, page 24
Pilot Reports
Bert Schmutzhart, Flying the SCH-1, January, page 28
Doug Jacobs, A Contest Pilot Reports On Flying The Discus, November, page 14
Bob Said, A Pilot Reports On Flying Windrose, December, page 24
Philosophy of Soaring
O.A. Benson, Flying Safety Is More Attitude Than Altitude, March, page 49
Louis J. Aull, The Essence of the Matter, April, page 2
Cass Sumrall, An Alternative to Contests, June, page 5
Wil Schuemann, Water, Water Everywhere, June, page 20
Gren Seibels, A Voice in The Wilderness, August, page 44
Wally Raisanen, in Defense of 15-Meters, December, page 3

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Safety
Eric Coleson, Crosswind Landings; Faster Is Better, January, page 2
Edward B. Oliver, No Time To Talk, January, page 3
Tom Knauff, PT3 - Premature Termination of the Tow, January, page 34
Phillip Ramsden, Don't Camouflage Your Sailplane!, January, page 47
Stephen DuPont, You Can Bank On These Words of Wisdom, February, page 2
Irv Prue, Standard Pattern Approach to Landing, February, page 3
Richard H. Johnson, A Word to The Wise, March, page 2
R.E. Schreder, Why Positive Control Checks Are Vital, March, page 2
Dan Gonzales, There's Nothing Better Than Being Legal, March, page 3
Tony Alert Burton, It Might Happen To You!, March, page 3
Terry Frazier, It's Hard to Fly With Your Legs Crossed, March, page 4
Ron Ridenour and Dean Carswell, Cause/Cure of Mishaps Using Spoilers and Flaps, March, page 10
Bob Said, Stalls - The Deeper, The Worse, March, page 32
O.A. Benson, Flying Safety Is More Attitude Than Altitude, March, page 49
Garey Hudson, in Defense of AS-W 20's, April, page 3
Vic Saudek, Be Wary of the War Wearies, April, page 3
Gene Hammond, What Does It Take To Get Your Attention?, April, page 13
Marie-Claude Pasquier and Patricia Valdata, Two Close Calls, April, page 38
Gren Seibels, Manners Aloft, April, page 42
Karl Striedieck, Safety Note, AS-W 19/20, May, page 2
Eric Coleson and Gene Hammond, Some Data On Towropes You May Not Have Expected, May, page 6
James M. Payne, Spins, May, page 27
Jean-Paul Weiss, Bailing Out? Spoilers Out!, May, page 34
Eric Coleson, Crosswind Landings; Faster Is Better, June, page 2
Vic Saudek, Shave and a Haircut, June, page 5
E. Douglas Whitehead, MD, An Open Letter, June, page 6
An AD On 'Chutes, June, page 8
Gene Hammond, Rudder Goes With Aileron Like Bacon Goes With Eggs, June, page 11
Wil Schuemann, Water, Water Everywhere, June, page 20
Gene Hammond and Sandy McAusland, See and Be Seen - Part 1, June, page 33
John Joss, Over the Top, July, page 2
Avoiding Control Attachment Problems, July, page 9
John Wolcott, How To Crash a Glider, July, page 12
Val Brain, Soaring and Stress, July, page 17
Dr. Scott A. Jenkins, First Glass At Estrella, July, page 24
Jim Foreman, Don't Forget Your OLK, July, page 34
Gene Hammond, Sandy McAusland, Bruce Helvie, and Gernot Neubauer, The Case For Lighting Up, July, page 42
Michael Opitz, No Going Back, Please, August, page 3
Bob Matheny, First of a Series?, August, page 3
Wally Scott, After All These Years., August, page 4
George W. Coon, Jr., A Missed Mid-Air, August, page 6
George J. Thelen, Weigh-in, Please?, August, page 27
Eric E. Durance, A Close One At Foster's Farm, August, page 28
William M. Berle, Airports Are Where You Find Them, August, page 32
Ed Replogle, Games People Play, August, page 42
Peder Mortensen, He's There, But Where?, September, page 2
Gene Hammond, Thermaling in A Crowd, September, page 7
Henry Combs, That Beautiful Mountain and Her Sinister Trap, September, page 20
J.R. Gravance, On Contest Safety, October, page 2
Geoff Drought, We Has Met The Enemy, And They Is, October, page 3
J.J. Sinclair, And Again., October, page 3
Wilhelm Dirks, An Expert Explains, October, page 6
Larry Sanderson, Safety, Safety, Safety!, October, page 8
Gene Hammond, Checklists, October, page 14
Bill Lee, The Wings Shouldn't Flap!, October, page 26
Carl F. Cross, It Pays To Read Soaring!, November, page 2
Gene Hammond, New Spin Recovery Technique?, November, page 11
Walter von Oettingen, Another Libelle With An Unconnected Aileron, December, page 2
John Joss, On Thermal Upsets While Working A Ridge, December, page 6
John Crawford, ... And More On the Same Hazardous Phenomenon (Thermal upsets), December, page 7
Marilyn Schumacher, International Coaches Focus On Training Safety, December, page 12
Jim Foreman, Should Clubs Be Involved in Primary Training Of New Pilots?, December, page 31
Accident Reports
Stephen M. Herit, And Another (Accident Reports), February, page 2
Charles Coury, One for Accident Reports, February, page 2
Edward G. Kurdziel, One More Fan of Accident Reports, March, page 6
Bernald Smith, Official Statement on Accident Reports, August, page 2
Robert Gaines, Accident Inquiry Form, September, page 25
July 1984 Accident Figures, November, page 19
Soaring Accidents for August, 1984, December, page 11
Stu Childre, Anatomy Of An Accident, December, page 34
Sailplanes
Design
James M. Payne, Low, Skidding Turns; Why The Fuss?, December, page 38
Techniques
Landing
Derek Johnson, Approach to Land (Not by the Numbers!), February, page 41
Sailplanes
American Eaglet
Eaglet Newsletter, February, page 34
Astir
William B. Dehon, Jr., Astir Looping Over Florida, June, cover
Baker-Mcmillen Cadet
Frank R. Gross, The Cadet Glider, June, page 28
Blanik
Les Sebald, Hangar Talk, July, page 38
Bowlus Baby Albatross
Vic Saudek, Shave and a Haircut, June, page 5
Bowlus BZ-1
Kris Farry, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Eastern Workshop, November, page 21
Bowlus S-100 Albatross
Richard Benbough, The Convertible Albatross, May, page 36
Design
Oran W. Nicks, Drag Awareness, February, page 20
Bob Said, Stalls - The Deeper, The Worse, March, page 32
The Fifteen-Meter LS-6, March, page 40
Wilhelm Dirks, An Expert Explains, October, page 6
Alex Strojnik, Improving The Constant-Chord Wing, October, page 36
Stan Hall, Judging The Homebuilt Sailplane Design Competition, November, page 30
A.M.O. Smith, The Possibilities Of Laminar Flow Control, December, page 18
Glaser-Dirks
DG-101
Robert Gaines, A Little ELAN, If You Please, February, page 30
DG-500
New - and Bigger- From Glaser-Dirks, August, page 10
Grob G-102
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the Grob G-102 Club IIIB, January, page 18
An AD On Grob G-102's, July, page 8
Grob G-103
Jim Dingess, Grob G-103 and Schweizer 1-36 over Tehachapi, California, October, cover
Horten Flying Wing
Test Pilots Honor Veteran Soaring Pilot Who Helped Start It All On The Wasserkuppe, December, page 13
HP-21
Kris Farry, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Eastern Workshop, November, page 21
HP-22
April, page 8
Homebuilder News, June, page 27
Libelle
Walter von Oettingen, Another Libelle With An Unconnected Aileron, December, page 2
Monerai
Virgil Paggen, Build and Fly Monerai, June, page 14
Kris Parry, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Eastern Workshop, November, page 21
Nippi B-4T
One You Won't See Soon!, August, page 9
Pik-20
Harald Millgard, PIK-20 over Kebne Mountains in Sweden, February, cover
An Emergency AD on PIKs, October, page 9
Pratt-Read
Vic Saudek, Be Wary of the War Wearies, April, page 3
Rolladen-Schneider
LS-4/4a
A Technical Bulletin on the LS-4 and 4a, February, page 8
Walter Schneider, On Measuring Sailplane Performance, September, page 2
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation Of An LS-4a, September, page 14
LS-6
The Fifteen-Meter LS-6, March, page 40
S-2
Alex Strojnik, Improving The Constant-Chord Wing, October, page 36
Sapphire
Larry Sanderson, Those Aussies Are Going For It!, October, page 12
Schempp-Hirth
Cirrus
Louis Stur, Cirrus and the Grand Tetons, December, cover
Discus
A New Standard Class Ship From Schempp-Hirth, June, page 8
Two Views Of The Standard Class Discus, July, cover
Doug Jacobs, A Contest Pilot Reports On Flying The Discus, November, page 14
Ventus
Sander Veenstra and Les Horvath, Ventus B over Sedona, Arizona, April, cover
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the 16.6-Meter Ventus, April, page 20
Schleicher
ASW 15
An AD on AS-W 15's, December, page 12
ASW 19
An AD on AS-W 19's, November, page 11
ASW 19/20
Garey Hudson, in Defense of AS-W 20's, April, page 3
Karl Striedieck, Safety Note, AS-W 19/20, May, page 2
Ka-6
Roger Schert, Ka-6 on Runway at Ridge Soaring Gliderport, Pennsylvania, September, cover
Schweizer
SGS 1-26
Jeffrey Maki, 1-26 Over Torrey Pines, California, August, cover
With a Cloud of Dust and a Mightly Hi-Ho Schweizer!, September, page 6
Al Santilli, The 1984 1-26 Championships, September, page 26
SGS 1-35
Schweizer 1-35 in Flight, November, cover
SGS 1-36
Jim Dingess, Grob G-103 and Schweizer 1-36 over Tehachapi, California, October, cover
SGS 2-33
Ron Burda, 2-33 Over San Francisco, January, cover
Solitaire
Doug Shane, Solitaire in Flight, Mojave, California, March, cover
Doug Shane, Solitaire in Flight, Mojave, California, March, page 11
Einar Enevoldson and Marta Bohn-Meyer, The Rutan Solitaire, March, page 24
SV-8
April, page 8
Self-Launching
April, page 8
SHA Design Contest
Cindy Brickner, Sixth Year For SHA Workshops, July, page 6
Design Contest Judging Policy, September, page 6
Woodstock Wins Sailplane Homebuilders Association Design Contest, November, page 20
Sites
Hobbs
Teresa Montagne, Sailplane at Sunset in Hobbs, New Mexico, May, cover
Soaring Society of America
A Melding of Minds- The SSA CFI Revalidation Clinic, January, page 4
Bronze Badge #1, January, page 46
Jon Mead, 1984 SSA Convention, February, page 8
New Oregon State SSA Governor - Marty Howard, March, page 8
Bob Said, The 1984 SSA International Convention, April, page 16
SSA XC/Racing Camp, May, page 6
Kolstad Scholars Named - Brad T. Weals and Steven Leonard, May, page 7
XC/Racing Camp Update, June, page 8
An Important Question - Membership Questionnaire, June, page 9
Cindy Brickner, Sixth Year For SHA Workshops, July, page 6
Bernald Smith, Official Statement on Accident Reports, August, page 2
Win a Trip to the 1985 SSA Convention in San Diego, August, page 9
Carl Herold, Note From The President, October, page 8
Larry Sanderson, SSA Executive Director Welcomes Challenging Future, October, page 10
Convention Menu A Soaring Feast, December, page 11
1984 Membership Drive Concludes, Soaring Society Hits New High, December, page 14
Directors
SSA Directors Election Results, January, page 4
Nominations For SSA Board Of Directors, August, page 8
New SSA Officers, October, page 9
Candidates For SSA Board of Directors, November, page 10
Candidates For Region 1 Director, December, page 10
Membership
Cindy Brickner, 1984 SSA Membership Recruitment Drive, June, page 8
Officers
Hal M. Lattimore, New SSA Officers, October, page 9
Soaring Magazine
Charles Coury, One for Accident Reports, February, page 2
Magazine Staff Change, February, page 33
Symposia and Seminars
1984 Women's Soaring Seminar, June, page 9

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Techniques
Tonk Mills, A Little Further Aft, If You Please, January, page 2
Alan B. Green, And Now For My Next Trick, January, page 2
Gren Seibels, Let's Not Pass Up Any Bets!, January, page 16
Stephen DuPont, You Can Bank On These Words of Wisdom, February, page 2
Gren Seibels, Thermals, February, page 37
Tony Alert Burton, It Might Happen To You!, March, page 3
Ron Ridenour and Dean Carswell, Cause/Cure of Mishaps Using Spoilers and Flaps, March, page 10
Justin Wills, The Blessing of The Sangre de Christos, March, page 18
Bob Said, Stalls - The Deeper, The Worse, March, page 32
Eric Coleson and Gene Hammond, Some Data On Towropes You May Not Have Expected, May, page 6
Dr. Joachim P. Kuettner, The 2000 Kilometer Wave Flight!, May, page 14
James M. Payne, Spins, May, page 27
Gene Hammond, Rudder Goes With Aileron Like Bacon Goes With Eggs, June, page 11
Gren Seibels, Ups and Downs, June, page 40
John Joss, Over the Top, July, page 2
John Wolcott, How To Crash a Glider, July, page 12
Dr. Scott A. Jenkins, First Glass At Estrella, July, page 24
Ed Replogle, Games People Play, August, page 42
Henry Combs, That Beautiful Mountain and Her Sinister Trap, September, page 20
Gene Hammond, New Spin Recovery Technique?, November, page 11
Edward Ward Hindman, Anatomy Of A Wave Flight, November, page 45
John Joss, On Thermal Upsets While Working A Ridge, December, page 6
John Crawford, ... And More On the Same Hazardous Phenomenon (Thermal upsets), December, page 7
James M. Payne, Low, Skidding Turns; Why The Fuss?, December, page 38
Aerotow
Ivan Jasczlics, The Bank: What's Your Angle?, April, page 6
Ballast
Wil Schuemann, Water, Water Everywhere, June, page 20
Les Sebald, Hangar Talk, July, page 38
Michael Opitz, No Going Back, Please, August, page 3
Bob Matheny, First of a Series?, August, page 3
Wally Scott, After All These Years., August, page 4
George J. Thelen, Weigh-in, Please?, August, page 27
Carry Speight, More On Water Ballast, November, page 8
Cross-Country
A Long One in Canada, August, page 11
Gren Seibels, Onward And Upward, September, page 32
Cross-Country Soaring
Justin Wills, The Blessing of The Sangre de Christos, March, page 18
Cross-Country Soaring, April, page 44
SSA XC/Racing Camp, May, page 6
XC/Racing Camp Update, June, page 8
Jim Foreman, Don't Forget Your OLK, July, page 34
Eric E. Durance, A Close One At Foster's Farm, August, page 28
William M. Berle, Airports Are Where You Find Them, August, page 32
Gene Hammond, Dolphin Flying, November, page 34
Landing
Eric Coleson, Crosswind Landings; Faster Is Better, January, page 2
Irv Prue, Standard Pattern Approach to Landing, February, page 3
Gene Hammond and Mike Koerner, Wind in the Pattern; Woe or No?, February, page 11
Eric Coleson, Crosswind Landings; Faster Is Better, June, page 2
Ridge Soaring
Al Blackburn, Redlining on the Ridge, January, page 24
Thermaling
Gene Hammond, Thermaling in A Crowd, September, page 7
Trailers
Les Sebald, Hangar Talk, July, page 38

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Ultralights
Blue Wren
Homebuilders Workshops And Design Contest, June, page 37
Bob Said, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Western Workshop, November, page 20
Noble N-105
Homebuilder News, June, page 27
Bob Said, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Western Workshop, November, page 20
Windrose
Homebuilder News, March, page 12
Bob Said, Windrose Is Up And Going, August, page 18
Bob Said, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Western Workshop, November, page 20
Bob Said, A Pilot Reports On Flying Windrose, December, page 24
Woodstock
Homebuilder News, August, page 36
Bob Said, Sailplane Homebuilders Association Western Workshop, November, page 20
Woodstock Wins Sailplane Homebuilders Association Design Contest, November, page 20

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Variable Geometry
April, page 8
Vintage Aircraft
William G. Hill, The Has-Been, February, page 16
Frank R. Gross, The Cadet Glider, June, page 28
Geoff Steele, Ancient Sailplanes Are Alive And Well, September, page 34

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Weather
Gren Seibels, What's Up?, March, page 42
Women
1984 Women's Soaring Seminar, June, page 9
Cindy Brickner, Women"s Soaring Seminar, Texas Style, July, page 7
Catherine Cookson, The 1984 Women's Soaring Seminar, November, page 50

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No subject
Terry Frazier, SOARATHON, February, page 14
Dick Schreder, April, page 8
Sander Veenstra, April, page 8
Peter Newgard, Total Energy: Problems and Solutions, April, page 31
George J. Thelen, Through the Hoops to Hobbs, May, page 20
Gren Seibels, Nostalgia: Not What It Used To Be, December, page 32


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