Soaring Magazine Index for 1988 organized by subject

Soaring Magazine Index for 1988 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, F, H, I, L, M, O, P, R, S, T, V, W, Y, None

A

Advertising
Emergency Airworthiness Directive, Grob G-103 and G-103A, February, page 8
Aerobatics
Sailplanes Perform at Reno Air Races, January, page 7
Bob O'Dell, World Sailplane Aerobatic Championships, April, page 19
New Discus K, May, page 6
Dave Puckrin, World Aerobatic Competition '88, May, page 10
Aerodynamics
John Gibson, Basic Stability, January, page 4
Derek Johnson, Slips and Skids and Things, January, page 43
Derek Johnson, Turns Discussed, February, page 34
George Thelen, Soaring Safety Foundation; All Spins Are Not Equal, August, page 39
Lars Helmersson, Ailerons in a Spin, December, page 3
Flight Tests
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the AS-H 25, May, page 34
Dr. D.A. Pubus, Discus Flight Analysis, September, page 31
Affiliates, Chapters, and Clubs
John C. Johnson, It's Over, January, page 2
Jay Moreland, Any Advice Out There?, January, page 5
Year of the Member Summary, January, page 8
R. Overlock Howe, England and its Gliderports, January, page 23
Norbert Paas, Mine Gold on the Ground & Diamonds in the Sky, January, page 32
Ray Schor, Douglas Soaring Club Begins its 35th Year, January, page 48
National Soaring Museum Announces Its 1988 Exhibit Focus, February, page 6
Dugald Steward, Manipulating the Learning Curve, February, page 40
Catherine Hehir, Requesting Help for an Existing University Club, March, page 3
Barty Bivens, Attention Libelle Pilots, March, page 4
Correction, March, page 11
Don Davis, The Future of Soaring is Now, April, page 2
Eskilstuna International Open, May, page 6
German Youth Gliding Invite, May, page 6
Club News, May, page 9
Records and Badge Camp Planned, May, page 9
Atlanta Soaring Club Goes 'Round the Bend, June, page 8
Attention University Soaring Clubs, June, page 9
Soaring on Campus, June, page 12
Charles Conway, Soaring Expo '88, Museum of Flight, June, page 21
Bob Gaines and Bob Grey, Atlanta '88, July, page 2
Glenn Schemmer, Training Camp Sparks Enthusiasm, July, page 2
Bill McClure, I Broke the $100-a-Day Soaring Habit, July, page 23
Bob Riddle, If There's a Will, There's a Way, July, page 33
Juan Maldelbaum, Inshallah at Djebal Rassas, August, page 28
Fred C. Blair, A Dream Come True, August, page 31
Travelog; Have Glider Rating, Will Travel, October, page 41
Bob Hohanshelt, The Odd Couple, October, page 43
Jack Olson, Northwest Adventure, November, page 3
Sky Soaring Inc, November, page 10
William Carmody, New Club Location, December, page 2
2,000th Aero Tow Celebrated, December, page 7
Travelog, Have Glider Rating, Will Travel, December, page 19
Phil Petmecky, Houston Soaring Association's Summer Vacation, December, page 22
1-26 Association
New 1-26 Association Regional Records, June, page 8
National Soaring Museum
Landmark
The National Soaring Museum's National Landmark and You, February, page 6
SHA
Pardon, MrMerboth!, March, page 11
William Schmidt, Want Proceedings Published, November, page 5
SHA Member Reports on Test Flight of Australian Blue Wren, December, page 8
Donald Santee, SHA Western Convention and Workshops, December, page 11
VSA
First Annual Western Vintage Sailplane Regatta, May, page 8
Charles Coyne, First Annual West Coast Vintage Sailplane Regatta, October, page 36
Donald Santee, SHA Western Convention and Workshops, December, page 11
Airspace
John Good, Unjustly Accused!, February, page 3
Patricia Valdata, The Ups and Downs of a World Record, February, page 14
Larry Sanderson and Judy Lincoln, Airspace; Glider Access Denied, March, page 17
Judy Lincoln, Perspective, March, page 49
Jon Stark, Play By the Rules, April, page 4
Balloons First! Glider Next?, April, page 8
Hannes Linke, Perspective, April, page 23
Mark and Alice Palmer, Regulations Are For Everyone, May, page 2
Bill Prescott, One of Your Guys, May, page 3
Bob Park, Thanks, Paul Bikle, May, page 3
Judy Lincoln, Technical Foul, May, page 24
Mark Kennedy, "Grounded"; The SSA Responds to a Call for Action, May, page 31
George Davies, CSA Expresses an Opinion, June, page 2
Dick Ohlheiser, Adhere to the Rules, June, page 3
T. Darryl Hickey, The Controversy Continues, June, page 3
Robert Greenblatt, Safety Should Be Promoted, June, page 3
Arleen Coleson, Determination Procedures, June, page 3
Tony Burton, Laughable Precision, June, page 3
Bob Harris, World Record Rebuttal, June, page 3
SSA Staff, View From the Hill; How Congress Looks at NPRM 88-2, June, page 33
John A. Armor, Grey Line Harmony, July, page 16
Judy Lincoln, Notice 88-2; The Final Rule According To Boz, August, page 10
Judy Lincoln, Perspective, August, page 47
Perspective; Double Your Vote, October, page 35
Judy Lincoln, Turn On! Tune In! Drop Out!, October, page 47
Joseph Wolfe, An Answer to Management, November, page 3
Bill Sproull, Perspective, November, page 38
Tom Hardy, Any Comments?, December, page 3
Val Brain, Collision Avoidance, December, page 20
Altitude Flights
John Good, Unjustly Accused!, February, page 3
Patricia Valdata, The Ups and Downs of a World Record, February, page 14
Jon Stark, Play By the Rules, April, page 4
Larry Manofsky, Regulations Reviews, April, page 6
Mark and Alice Palmer, Regulations Are For Everyone, May, page 2
Michael Pohlig, Congratulations, Bob Harris!, May, page 3
Mike Koerner, Case Closed!, May, page 4
Jim Payne, Correction, Please!, May, page 54
George Davies, CSA Expresses an Opinion, June, page 2
Arleen Coleson, Determination Procedures, June, page 3
Dick Ohlheiser, Adhere to the Rules, June, page 3
T. Darryl Hickey, The Controversy Continues, June, page 3
Tony Burton, Laughable Precision, June, page 3
Bob Harris, World Record Rebuttal, June, page 3
Robert Greenblatt, Safety Should Be Promoted, June, page 3
Franconia Soaring Altitude Challenge, June, page 12
Team Being Formed for 65,000' Altitude Record Attempt by Motorglider, December, page 9
Awards
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
Franconia Soaring Altitude Challenge, June, page 12
Elder Statesman of Aviation Winners Announced, October, page 8
1-26
Marshall Claybourn Memorial Award, March, page 11
Badge Flights
Edward R. Thornton, Diamond Goal on Saturday and Trying To Catch Walker, Shaw and Baldwin on Wednesday, February, page 36
Lori McCarron, Silver Saga, March, page 23
Records and Badge Camp Planned, May, page 9
Donald Hurd, Current Motorglider Rules, July, page 47
Gordon Glover, Fat City and Other Fantasies, October, page 25
Badges
Of Champions, Speed and Friends, July, page 13
Bernald Smith, Carl Herold, and Bertha Ryan, Thanks For the Help, November, page 2
Hilton Cup
The 86/87 Hilton Cup, April, page 9
Kolstad Scholarship and Awards
Kolstadt Scholarship Winner Announced, January, page 11
Ray Burns and Gordon Boettger, A National Commitment to Soaring, April, page 36
Kolstadt Scholarship for 1987, May, page 8
Lincoln
1987 Lincoln Award Announced by HHSC, August, page 6
OSTIV
Joachim Kuettner OSTIV Award Announced, March, page 10
Records and Record Flights
Mark and Alice Palmer, Regulations Are For Everyone, May, page 2
Michael Pohlig, Congratulations, Bob Harris!, May, page 3
Mike Koerner, Case Closed!, May, page 4
George Davies, CSA Expresses an Opinion, June, page 2
Arleen Coleson, Determination Procedures, June, page 3
Dick Ohlheiser, Adhere to the Rules, June, page 3
T. Darryl Hickey, The Controversy Continues, June, page 3
Robert Greenblatt, Safety Should Be Promoted, June, page 3
Bob Harris, World Record Rebuttal, June, page 3
Tony Burton, Laughable Precision, June, page 3
New 1-26 Association Regional Records, June, page 8
Symons
Symons Wave Memorial, December, page 7

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Book Reviews
New Book Reviewed, March, page 10
Voyager Manuscript Published, June, page 9
Victor Saudek, Book Review; Glider Mail, June, page 11
Wings Like Eagles; The Story of Soaring in the United States, September, page 11
Glider Mail, October, page 11

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Camps
Glenn Schemmer, Training Camp Sparks Enthusiasm, July, page 2
CIVV
New "World" Class To Be Proposed, February, page 4
Jerry Finch and Stan Stoy, Interested in "World" Class?, June, page 6
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
SSA Staff, Proposal for a New Single-Type Glider Class, November, page 46
Commercial Operations
Larry and Jane Barrett, Taking Responsibility, January, page 3
Sailplanes Perform at Reno Air Races, January, page 7
Year of the Member Summary, January, page 8
Congratulations Lenox Flight School, February, page 7
Rosalie Pryor and James Dean, Geared Up and Ready To Go in '88, April, page 4
Eric Striedieck, The Calistoga Soaring Center; 20 Years of Soaring Excellence, April, page 43
David Howard, Hats Off To Good Instructors, May, page 4
Pat Costello, FBO Free-Lance Flight Instructors Insurance, May, page 19
Soar Hawaii Entertains Special Guests, June, page 9
Trish Durbin, New Contest Site in Sight, June, page 17
Glenn Schemmer, Training Camp Sparks Enthusiasm, July, page 2
Fly in Ranches, September, page 7
Travelog; Have Glider Rating, Will Travel, October, page 41
Travelog, Have Glider Rating, Will Travel, December, page 19
Communications
Gene Hammond, Utilizing Common Sense, April, page 6
Phil Ramsden, Pre-Flight Education, June, page 4
Bob Harris, Window Information, July, page 3
New FAX Capacity, July, page 4
Competitions
Billy Hill, A Racing Summer, May, page 43
Trish Durbin, New Contest Site in Sight, June, page 17
Of Champions, Speed and Friends, July, page 13
1-26
Credit Where Credit is Due, January, page 7
Records Program Expanded, January, page 10
1-26 Association News, March, page 11
Marshall Claybourn Memorial Award, March, page 11
1-26 Champion Status Clarified, April, page 8
Lew Neyland, Thanks! Bill Hill, July, page 22
Gordon Glover, Fat City and Other Fantasies, October, page 25
George McManus, 1-26 Nationals, The Contestant's Tale, November, page 23
John Latson, 1-26 Nationals, The Towpilot's Tale, November, page 24
Ron Almquist, 1-26 Nationals, Another Contestant's Tale, November, page 25
Paul Sampson, 1-26 Nationals, the Retriever's Tale, November, page 25
Charlie Spratt, 1-26 Nationals, the Start Gate Officials Tale, November, page 25
International
Jim Payne, Wiener Neustadt; a Scouting Report, June, page 24
Local
The Fortieth Annual Wright Memorial Glider Meet, August, page 8
Motorgliders
1st US. National Auxiliary Powered Sailplane Championships Scheduled, April, page 9
National
The 1987 US. National & Regional Champions, January, page 30
Bill Sproull, Perspective, November, page 38
15-Meter
Hal Lattimore, Fifteen Meter Contest Fire, June, page 4
Robert Grey, 15-Meter Nationals, September, page 17
Motorgliders
Pete Williams, The Buzzin' Dozen; The First US National Auxiliary-Powered Soaring Championships, November, page 14
Sports Class
Mark Kennedy, 4th Sports Class Nationals, September, page 24
Regional
The 1987 US. National & Regional Champions, January, page 30
Region Four South Soaring Championships, March, page 7
1987 Region 12 Soaring Contest, March, page 9
North Region 5 Black Friday, July, page 4
1988 Region Nine Championships, September, page 9
Region 11 Soaring Championships, September, page 10
The 1988 Region 1 Contest, October, page 9
1988 Region Seven Soaring Championships, November, page 10
Region 8; The Contest That Tried but Couldn't, November, page 11
Terry Michaud, A New Crew's Perspective, December, page 33
Sports Class
Barty Bivens, Attention Libelle Pilots, March, page 4
Phil Petmecky, Houston Soaring Association's Summer Vacation, December, page 22
World
Team Manager Named for 1989 Internationals, March, page 10
US Team Activities, April, page 8
Construction & How-To
F.A. Chardon, Franklin PS-2 Information, June, page 6
Carl Osojnak, Bucky, August, page 23
George Thelen, Aussie Air Show and Gliding Symposium, September, page 7
Fred Daams, A Facelift For An AS-W 12 or An Old Girl, November, page 5
Donald Santee, SHA Western Convention and Workshops, December, page 11
Conventions
SSA Attends AOPA Convention, January, page 7
Focus on Atlanta '88, February, page 5
Terry Frazier, Convention '88, May, page 13
Self-Launching Sailplane Pilot's Association Formed, June, page 8
Oskosh Air Show, June, page 8
Help Wanted!, October, page 8
William Schmidt, Want Proceedings Published, November, page 5
Donald Santee, SHA Western Convention and Workshops, December, page 11
Crewing
Trish Durbin, Soaring for Diamonds, Crewing for Peanuts, March, page 15
Terry Michaud, A New Crew's Perspective, December, page 33

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FAI
Dave Puckrin, World Aerobatic Competition '88, May, page 10
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
Donald Hurd, Current Motorglider Rules, July, page 47
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Patricia Valdata, The Ups and Downs of a World Record, February, page 14
Larry Sanderson, Perspective, Back to Basics, February, page 46
Larry Sanderson and Judy Lincoln, Airspace; Glider Access Denied, March, page 17
Judy Lincoln, Perspective, March, page 49
Larry Manofsky, Regulations Reviews, April, page 6
CFIG Clinics, April, page 8
Hannes Linke, Perspective, April, page 23
Paul Schweizer, Some Thoughts on Maintenance and Safety, April, page 46
Mark and Alice Palmer, Regulations Are For Everyone, May, page 2
Bob Park, Thanks, Paul Bikle, May, page 3
Mike Koerner, Case Closed!, May, page 4
Another NPRM, May, page 8
Judy Lincoln, Technical Foul, May, page 24
Mark Kennedy, "Grounded"; The SSA Responds to a Call for Action, May, page 31
George Thelen, FAA Identification Information, May, page 48
Jim Payne, Correction, Please!, May, page 54
George Davies, CSA Expresses an Opinion, June, page 2
Robert Greenblatt, Safety Should Be Promoted, June, page 3
Bob Harris, World Record Rebuttal, June, page 3
Arleen Coleson, Determination Procedures, June, page 3
Tony Burton, Laughable Precision, June, page 3
Dick Ohlheiser, Adhere to the Rules, June, page 3
T. Darryl Hickey, The Controversy Continues, June, page 3
ID Info, June, page 10
SSA Staff, View From the Hill; How Congress Looks at NPRM 88-2, June, page 33
Judy Lincoln, Notice 88-2; The Final Rule According To Boz, August, page 10
Judy Lincoln, Perspective, August, page 47
Perspective; Double Your Vote, October, page 35
Bill Sproull, Perspective, November, page 38
John Joss, More on Mode C, December, page 2
Jack Fletcher, Should FAA Toughen Up Its Act?, December, page 6
Val Brain, Collision Avoidance, December, page 20
Flying Wing
What is TWITT?, November, page 10

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History
Gren Seibels, Red Wright Remembers, January, page 26
Paul Schweizer, Olympics and the SSA, January, page 36
Ray Schor, Douglas Soaring Club Begins its 35th Year, January, page 48
National Soaring Museum Announces Its 1988 Exhibit Focus, February, page 6
The National Soaring Museum's National Landmark and You, February, page 6
15th Internationale Segelflug Oltimer-Rallye, February, page 8
Gren Seibels, Red Wright Remembers, Part II, February, page 17
William Malpas, An Open Letter to Paul Schweizer, March, page 2
Paul Schweizer, An Informative Response, March, page 2
Correction, March, page 11
Robert J. Welliever, The Dowager Queen, March, page 12
Gren Seibels, Red Wright Remembers, Part III, March, page 39
Lou Rehr, History Repeats Itself, April, page 2
Jimmy Kramer, Old #43 Still Going Strong, April, page 3
Walter Setz, SSA and the Olympics, April, page 5
Pete Williams, Is There a SLHPS in Your Future?, April, page 24
Eskilstuna International Open, May, page 6
Norman Benedict, Future Aerial Towing, June, page 6
Victor Saudek, Book Review; Glider Mail, June, page 11
Over 1,000 Visit Opening of NSM's 1988 Exhibit, August, page 5
Walter Snell, As I Remember, August, page 15
Carl Osojnak, Bucky, August, page 23
Wings Like Eagles; The Story of Soaring in the United States, September, page 11
Don Barnard, I Remember When, September, page 36
Charles Coyne, First Annual West Coast Vintage Sailplane Regatta, October, page 36
Paul Schweizer, Olympics and the SSA, November, page 43
Charles Franklin, The Uncle Wally Stories, November, page 47
Homebuilts & Homebuilding
Pardon, MrMerboth!, March, page 11
Carl Osojnak, Bucky, August, page 23
William Schmidt, Want Proceedings Published, November, page 5
SHA Member Reports on Test Flight of Australian Blue Wren, December, page 8
Donald Santee, SHA Western Convention and Workshops, December, page 11
Humor
Bob Whelan, Great Moments in History, April, page 10
Bob Hohanshelt, The Odd Couple, October, page 43
George McManus, Shakespeare Revisited, December, page 2
New Threat to Fiberglass Sailplanes, December, page 9
Gary Kemp, The MAD Pilot, December, page 15

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Illustration
Jack Olson, Vintage Glider over City, January, page 4
Steve Hines, Minimoa on Tow, January, page 5
Steve Hines, Cockpit Illustration, January, page 12
Bob Whelan, Great Moments in History, April, page 10
Harry Miltner, David C, May, page 21
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the AS-H 25, May, page 34
Jack Olson, Watercolor, St. Ignatius, June, cover
Harry V. Senn, Do Thermals Rotate?, June, page 42
Instruction
Jerome Layton, Simplification Please!, January, page 5
Gene Hammond, Preflight Duties, January, page 44
Gordon Casamajor, Amen! Tom Cooper, February, page 2
Len Yerger, You're Never Too Old!, February, page 3
Congratulations Lenox Flight School, February, page 7
Derek Johnson, Turns Discussed, February, page 34
Robert Morse, Looking for an Honest Man, March, page 3
Robert J. Welliever, The Dowager Queen, March, page 12
Steve Sampson, Request for Higher Safety Standards, April, page 2
Anne Neilsen, A Concerned Instructor, April, page 4
CFIG Clinics, April, page 8
Andy Holoubek, The Back Seat Perspective, April, page 15
Ray Burns and Gordon Boettger, A National Commitment to Soaring, April, page 36
David Howard, Hats Off To Good Instructors, May, page 4
J.S. Fennig, An Opposing View, June, page 7
Norma Ravnsborg, Encourage Youth to Soar, If Your Dare, June, page 27
Rob Hamilton, My First Solo, Owl Canyon Sailplane Youth Camp, June, page 28
Glenn Schemmer, Training Camp Sparks Enthusiasm, July, page 2
Vince Hinds, NSF Scout Jamboree, July, page 14
Fred C. Blair, A Dream Come True, August, page 31
Robin Mayr, Keep the Dream Alive, October, page 28
George Thelen, Low Time Pilots, Low Price Sailplanes, October, page 45
Instrumentation
Ann Neilsen, Back to Basics, January, page 3
Judy Lincoln, Technical Foul, May, page 24
George Thelen, Human Emergency Locator Transmitter Can Save Lives, May, page 42
Billy Hill, A Racing Summer, May, page 43
Arleen Coleson, Determination Procedures, June, page 3
Tony Burton, Laughable Precision, June, page 3
Harry V. Senn, Do Thermals Rotate?, June, page 42
Jack Greene, A Simple Little Tube with a Hole at One End, August, page 33
George Thelen, Aussie Air Show and Gliding Symposium, September, page 7
John Firth, Thank You, Jack Greene, December, page 2
John Joss, More on Mode C, December, page 2
Tom Hardy, Any Comments?, December, page 3
Insurance
Pat Costello, Insurance, Will It Be There When Needed?, April, page 32
International
R. Overlock Howe, England and its Gliderports, January, page 23
Norbert Paas, Mine Gold on the Ground & Diamonds in the Sky, January, page 32
New "World" Class To Be Proposed, February, page 4
15th Internationale Segelflug Oltimer-Rallye, February, page 8
Dugald Steward, Manipulating the Learning Curve, February, page 40
Catherine Hehir, Requesting Help for an Existing University Club, March, page 3
Michael L. Shakman, Learning Mountain Flying in the French Alps, March, page 45
Bob O'Dell, World Sailplane Aerobatic Championships, April, page 19
Ray Burns and Gordon Boettger, A National Commitment to Soaring, April, page 36
Eskilstuna International Open, May, page 6
Dave Puckrin, World Aerobatic Competition '88, May, page 10
Jerry Finch and Stan Stoy, Interested in "World" Class?, June, page 6
Self-Launching Sailplane Pilot's Association Formed, June, page 8
Soaring's Contribution to the Wasserkuppe Museum, June, page 9
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
Jim Payne, Wiener Neustadt; a Scouting Report, June, page 24
SSA Technical Board Role, World Class Sailplane Concept, July, page 6
Larry Sanderson, The 3rd Hitachi Masters of Soaring; a Story of People, July, page 7
Judy Lincoln, That's What Friends Are For, July, page 12
Of Champions, Speed and Friends, July, page 13
Bob Riddle, If There's a Will, There's a Way, July, page 33
Juan Maldelbaum, Inshallah at Djebal Rassas, August, page 28
XXI OSTIV Congress, September, page 8
Howard Burr, The New Zealand Glider Homestay Experience, October, page 32

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Launching
Derek Johnson, One Man's View From the Back Seat, January, page 40
Don Davis, The Future of Soaring is Now, April, page 2
Lou Rehr, History Repeats Itself, April, page 2
Les Sebald, New Rope Vendor, July, page 2
Aerotowing
George Thelen, Radio Required, February, page 47
Phil Petmecky, Rudder Wag a Standard Signal?, April, page 5
Towing
Bill Bartell, Apologies! Apologies!, January, page 3
Phil Petmecky, More on Basic Communication, January, page 3
Ann Neilsen, Back to Basics, January, page 3
Sailplanes Perform at Reno Air Races, January, page 7
Norman S. Benedict, New Study Being Formed, March, page 3
Gene Hammond, Utilizing Common Sense, April, page 6
Dan Gudgel, Emergency Situation; Double Release Failure, Landing-On-Tow, May, page 29
Norman Benedict, Future Aerial Towing, June, page 6
Dan Dreeben, Another Safety Idea, July, page 3
George Thelen, Tow Ropes, August, page 44
Tom Elmore, Confusion Explained, November, page 2
Charles Franklin, The Uncle Wally Stories, November, page 47
2,000th Aero Tow Celebrated, December, page 7
Winches
Bill Hill, Soaring the West Slope, January, page 16
Bob Riddle, If There's a Will, There's a Way, July, page 33
The George Hurst Level Winder, July, page 46
Literature
Donald Edam, Up There (Poem), April, page 4
1987 Lincoln Award Announced by HHSC, August, page 6
Terry Hurley, The Old Man and the Sky, August, page 25
Craig Shaber, Ode To a Dream, September, page 41
R.D. Whipple, Silent Wings, September, page 44
Robin Mayr, Keep the Dream Alive, October, page 28
George McManus, Shakespeare Revisited, December, page 2
Robert Welliever, The Kid, December, page 45

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Maintenance and Improvements
Phil Petmecky, An Enclosure Disclosure, April, page 6
Paul Schweizer, Some Thoughts on Maintenance and Safety, April, page 46
Dan Pierson, Attention Diamant Owners, May, page 5
Les Sebald, New Rope Vendor, July, page 2
Charge Your Batteries with Sunshine, October, page 49
Meteorology
Bruce Jackson, Hoping for Restoration of Vital Program, May, page 2
Harry V. Senn, Do Thermals Rotate?, June, page 42
George Thelen, Aussie Air Show and Gliding Symposium, September, page 7
Thermals
Hans Tormolen, What Are Thermals? The Hans Tormolen Theory, July, page 40
Motorgliders
National Soaring Museum Announces Its 1988 Exhibit Focus, February, page 6
Aubrey Lieberman, Sea Breeze Soaring, February, page 13
Pete Williams, Is There a SLHPS in Your Future?, April, page 24
J.C. Treager, Limbach Engine Alert, June, page 6
Self-Launching Sailplane Pilot's Association Formed, June, page 8
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
Donald Hurd, Current Motorglider Rules, July, page 47
Over 1,000 Visit Opening of NSM's 1988 Exhibit, August, page 5
Self-Launching Sailplane Pilot's Association Update, August, page 6
Breakthrough in Self-Launching Sailplane Technology Announced, August, page 7
Carl Osojnak, Bucky, August, page 23
SLSPA; a Growing Organization, September, page 7
Alex Strojnik, Si Siamo Pronti!, November, page 4
SHA Member Reports on Test Flight of Australian Blue Wren, December, page 8
Schempp-Hirth Turbo-Family Completed, December, page 8
Team Being Formed for 65,000' Altitude Record Attempt by Motorglider, December, page 9
Donald Santee, SHA Western Convention and Workshops, December, page 11
John Reinhardt, The Story of the HB-23 Hobbyliner, December, page 41
Grob 109b
Yvonne Sanderson, Grob 109-B over the Statue of Liberty, January, cover
Museums
Paul Schweizer, Olympics and the SSA, January, page 36
National Soaring Museum Announces Its 1988 Exhibit Focus, February, page 6
William Malpas, An Open Letter to Paul Schweizer, March, page 2
Paul Schweizer, An Informative Response, March, page 2
Charles Conway, Soaring Expo '88, Museum of Flight, June, page 21
Over 1,000 Visit Opening of NSM's 1988 Exhibit, August, page 5
1987 Lincoln Award Announced by HHSC, August, page 6
William Gallagher, NSM Breaks Ground for New 12,000 Square Foot Expansion, October, page 39
Paul Schweizer, Olympics and the SSA, November, page 43

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Obituaries
In Memoriam; Galen Asher, March, page 10
Dutch Pilot Dies; Kees Musters, March, page 11
In Memoriam; John Carver, April, page 8
In Memoriam; Larry Lachina, May, page 6
Harry Miltner, David C, May, page 21
In Memoriam; Mark Devereaux, June, page 8
In Memoriam; Walter W. Bogie, August, page 7
In Memoriam; Alden G. Wilson, August, page 8
In Memoriam; Virginia Loeb, September, page 7
In Memoriam; Melvin Heter, September, page 7
In Memoriam; Ray Schor, October, page 9
In Memoriam; Pete Espenlaub, December, page 7
OSTIV
What is OSTIV?, January, page 7
New "World" Class To Be Proposed, February, page 4
Technical Soaring, May, page 7
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
XXI OSTIV Congress, September, page 8
Bill Sproull, Perspective, November, page 38

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Parachutes
Deborah Blackmon, Attention Owners of Pioneer Chutes, April, page 3
George Thelen, Security Parachute Update, July, page 4
George Thelen, Security 350 Replacement, July, page 6
Alternate Means of Compliance, August, page 8
Installation of Laminated Kevlar Bands on Phantom Round Reserves, August, page 8
Philosophy of Soaring
Larry and Jane Barrett, Taking Responsibility, January, page 3
Derek Johnson, One Man's View From the Back Seat, January, page 40
Richard H. Payson, A Letter to my Brother Hal, February, page 33
Donald Edam, Up There (Poem), April, page 4
Billy Hill, A Racing Summer, May, page 43
James Dean, Appropriate Training, June, page 7
J.S. Fennig, An Opposing View, June, page 7
Alan Meyer, Ready To Fly, July, page 36
Andy Holoubek, Sunday Prelude, July, page 42
Robert Welliever, Thanks, Nellie, July, page 44
Robert Welliever, The Kid, December, page 45
Physiology
Medical Condition
Robert W. Weien, Soaring Safety, An Alternative View, March, page 33
Another NPRM, May, page 8
Gary Kemp, Fatigue and Decision Making, May, page 28
George Thelen, Human Emergency Locator Transmitter Can Save Lives, May, page 42
Billy Hill, A Racing Summer, May, page 43
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
Pilot Reports
Marianne at Minden, March, page 6
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the AS-H 25, May, page 34

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Radios
George Thelen, Radio Required, February, page 47
Gene Hammond, Utilizing Common Sense, April, page 6
Phil Ramsden, Pre-Flight Education, June, page 4
Judy Lincoln, Turn On! Tune In! Drop Out!, October, page 47
Records and Record Flights
Records Program Expanded, January, page 10
Patricia Valdata, The Ups and Downs of a World Record, February, page 14
Team Being Formed for 65,000' Altitude Record Attempt by Motorglider, December, page 9

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Safety
Bill Bartell, Apologies! Apologies!, January, page 3
Larry and Jane Barrett, Taking Responsibility, January, page 3
Phil Petmecky, More on Basic Communication, January, page 3
Ann Neilsen, Back to Basics, January, page 3
Derek Johnson, Slips and Skids and Things, January, page 43
Gene Hammond, Preflight Duties, January, page 44
Charlie Stanton, Getting Caught on Top, February, page 2
George Thelen, Radio Required, February, page 47
George Thelen, Thank You Soaring Safety Foundation, March, page 6
Robert W. Weien, Soaring Safety, An Alternative View, March, page 33
George Thelen, IFR Interstate Flight Rules, March, page 48
Steve Sampson, Request for Higher Safety Standards, April, page 2
Deborah Blackmon, Attention Owners of Pioneer Chutes, April, page 3
Jon Stark, Play By the Rules, April, page 4
Phil Petmecky, Rudder Wag a Standard Signal?, April, page 5
Larry Manofsky, Regulations Reviews, April, page 6
Gene Hammond, Utilizing Common Sense, April, page 6
Paul Schweizer, Some Thoughts on Maintenance and Safety, April, page 46
George Thelen, The Ground Effect Trap, April, page 49
Fred Fourcher, A Clearer Message, May, page 2
Bill Prescott, One of Your Guys, May, page 3
Gary Kemp, Fatigue and Decision Making, May, page 28
Dan Gudgel, Emergency Situation; Double Release Failure, Landing-On-Tow, May, page 29
George Thelen, Human Emergency Locator Transmitter Can Save Lives, May, page 42
George Thelen, FAA Identification Information, May, page 48
George Davies, CSA Expresses an Opinion, June, page 2
Arleen Coleson, Determination Procedures, June, page 3
Bob Harris, World Record Rebuttal, June, page 3
Robert Greenblatt, Safety Should Be Promoted, June, page 3
Dick Ohlheiser, Adhere to the Rules, June, page 3
Tony Burton, Laughable Precision, June, page 3
T. Darryl Hickey, The Controversy Continues, June, page 3
Phil Ramsden, Pre-Flight Education, June, page 4
Paul Lindgren, Cockpit Safety?, June, page 4
Fletcher Platt, Emphasize Safety, June, page 5
J.C. Treager, Limbach Engine Alert, June, page 6
Richard Sager, More Details, Please, June, page 7
James Dean, Appropriate Training, June, page 7
George Thelen, Letter From Paul Elliott, June, page 47
Phil Petmecky, Attention Blanik Owners, July, page 3
Dan Dreeben, Another Safety Idea, July, page 3
George Thelen, Security Parachute Update, July, page 4
George Thelen, Security 350 Replacement, July, page 6
John A. Armor, Grey Line Harmony, July, page 16
W.C. Bryan, Some Thoughts on Landing, July, page 49
George Thelen, Soaring Safety Foundation; All Spins Are Not Equal, August, page 39
George Thelen, Tow Ropes, August, page 44
George Thelen, Aussie Air Show and Gliding Symposium, September, page 7
George Thelen, Limits, September, page 48
Val Brain, Visibility Blackout, October, page 22
George Thelen, Low Time Pilots, Low Price Sailplanes, October, page 45
Bob Janco, Hot Seat Explained, November, page 2
Joseph Wolfe, An Answer to Management, November, page 3
George Thelen, Is Your Gear Too Near?, November, page 41
Phil Petmecky, Making a Better Impression, December, page 3
David Andrews, Safety Conscious, December, page 4
Val Brain, Collision Avoidance, December, page 20
Accidents/Incidents
North Region 5 Black Friday, July, page 4
Clem Bowman, Anatomy of a Crash, October, page 13
Sailplane Accessories
Phil Petmecky, An Enclosure Disclosure, April, page 6
Pilot's Cushion Absorbs 97% of Shock and Molds to Body, June, page 20
Les Sebald, New Rope Vendor, July, page 2
George Thelen, Security Parachute Update, July, page 4
The George Hurst Level Winder, July, page 46
George Thelen, Tow Ropes, August, page 44
New Products; Wing Sticks, August, page 45
Sailplane Design
Derek Johnson, One Man's View From the Back Seat, January, page 40
Another New Ship Flown, February, page 4
New Ship Flown, February, page 4
National Soaring Museum Announces Its 1988 Exhibit Focus, February, page 6
Marianne at Minden, March, page 6
Robert J. Welliever, The Dowager Queen, March, page 12
Robert W. Weien, Soaring Safety, An Alternative View, March, page 33
New Discus K, May, page 6
Maiden Flight Announced, May, page 7
Paul Lindgren, Cockpit Safety?, June, page 4
SSA Technical Board Role, World Class Sailplane Concept, July, page 6
Over 1,000 Visit Opening of NSM's 1988 Exhibit, August, page 5
Breakthrough in Self-Launching Sailplane Technology Announced, August, page 7
George Thelen, Aussie Air Show and Gliding Symposium, September, page 7
Val Brain, Visibility Blackout, October, page 22
George Thelen, Low Time Pilots, Low Price Sailplanes, October, page 45
What is TWITT?, November, page 10
SSA Staff, Proposal for a New Single-Type Glider Class, November, page 46
David Andrews, Safety Conscious, December, page 4
SHA Member Reports on Test Flight of Australian Blue Wren, December, page 8
Schempp-Hirth Turbo-Family Completed, December, page 8
John Reinhardt, The Story of the HB-23 Hobbyliner, December, page 41
Sailplanes
Blanik
Phil Petmecky, Attention Blanik Owners, July, page 3
Centrair
Marianne at Minden, March, page 6
Design
Peter F. Selinger, Standard Twins, April, page 40
Diamant
Dan Pierson, Attention Diamant Owners, May, page 5
Franklin PS-2
F.A. Chardon, Franklin PS-2 Information, June, page 6
Glaser-Dirks
Maiden Flight Announced, May, page 7
Grob G-103
Emergency Airworthiness Directive, Grob G-103 and G-103A, February, page 8
Lark
Nancy Blank, Lark Over El Paso, December, cover
Libelle
Barty Bivens, Attention Libelle Pilots, March, page 4
Rolladen-Schneider
LS-4
Glen D. Stone, Duffy and his LS-4, June, page 13
LS-7
Another New Ship Flown, February, page 4
Schempp-Hirth
Schempp-Hirth Turbo-Family Completed, December, page 8
Discus
New Discus K, May, page 6
Dr. D.A. Pubus, Discus Flight Analysis, September, page 31
Bill Patterson, Discus Over Colorado Autumn Colors, November, cover
Nimbus 2B
Correction, March, page 6
Ventus CM
Breakthrough in Self-Launching Sailplane Technology Announced, August, page 7
Schleicher
AS-H 25
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the AS-H 25, May, page 34
AS-W 24
New Ship Flown, February, page 4
Schweizer
SGS 1-26
Credit Where Credit is Due, January, page 7
Records Program Expanded, January, page 10
Marshall Claybourn Memorial Award, March, page 11
1-26 Association News, March, page 11
1-26 Champion Status Clarified, April, page 8
New 1-26 Association Regional Records, June, page 8
Lew Neyland, Thanks! Bill Hill, July, page 22
Chuck Lohre, 1-26 in Sunset, October, cover
Gordon Glover, Fat City and Other Fantasies, October, page 25
George McManus, 1-26 Nationals, The Contestant's Tale, November, page 23
John Latson, 1-26 Nationals, The Towpilot's Tale, November, page 24
Paul Sampson, 1-26 Nationals, the Retriever's Tale, November, page 25
Charlie Spratt, 1-26 Nationals, the Start Gate Officials Tale, November, page 25
Ron Almquist, 1-26 Nationals, Another Contestant's Tale, November, page 25
Kareem Fahmi, A Little 1-26 Named Snoopy, December, page 39
SGS 2-33
Richard Thornton, Schweizer 2-33 Prepared For Takoff at Skylark North, September, cover
Sites
Torrey Pines, California
The National Soaring Museum's National Landmark and You, February, page 6
Soaring Society of America
What is OSTIV?, January, page 7
SSA Attends AOPA Convention, January, page 7
Year of the Member Summary, January, page 8
Associate Membership, January, page 11
Hilton, Soaring, the Olympics and Honors, January, page 12
Steve Maier, Dreams Do Come True, January, page 14
Paul Schweizer, Olympics and the SSA, January, page 36
Directory of Soaring Sites and Organizations, February, page 6
SSA Staff, Annual Report, Fiscal Year Ended October 31, 1987, February, page 9
Larry Sanderson and Judy Lincoln, Airspace; Glider Access Denied, March, page 17
Rosalie Pryor and James Dean, Geared Up and Ready To Go in '88, April, page 4
Phil Petmecky, Rudder Wag a Standard Signal?, April, page 5
Walter Setz, SSA and the Olympics, April, page 5
Hannes Linke, Perspective, April, page 23
Technical Soaring, May, page 7
Another NPRM, May, page 8
Club News, May, page 9
Terry Frazier, Convention '88, May, page 13
Oshkosh Air Show, June, page 8
New Division of SSA; Women Soaring Pilot's Association, June, page 11
SSA Staff, View From the Hill; How Congress Looks at NPRM 88-2, June, page 33
New FAX Capacity, July, page 4
SSA Technical Board Role, World Class Sailplane Concept, July, page 6
Patricia Valdata, Women Soaring Pilots Association, July, page 38
Self-Launching Sailplane Pilot's Association Update, August, page 6
Judy Lincoln, Perspective, August, page 47
SLSPA; a Growing Organization, September, page 7
Bill Sproull, Perspective, September, page 40
Sweepstakes Drawing, October, page 11
Perspective; Double Your Vote, October, page 35
Paul Schweizer, Olympics and the SSA, November, page 43
Directors
SSA Directors Election Results, January, page 11
Directors-At-Large for 1988, January, page 11
Bill Sproull, Perspective, January, page 49
Mark Kennedy, "Grounded"; The SSA Responds to a Call for Action, May, page 31
William C. Sproull, Perspective, May, page 41
Bill Sproull, Perspective, Growth and the Future of Soaring, June, page 46
Call For Nominations for SSA Board of Directors, July, page 5
Candidates for Regional Director, November, page 6
Bill Sproull, Perspective, November, page 38
Bob Harris, Perspective, December, page 48
President
Meet Our New President, January, page 11
President's Report
Larry Sanderson, Perspective, Back to Basics, February, page 46
Larry Sanderson, The 3rd Hitachi Masters of Soaring; a Story of People, July, page 7
Soaring Magazine
Jerome Layton, Simplification Please!, January, page 5
Credit Where Credit is Due, January, page 7
Year of the Member Summary, January, page 8
Focus on Atlanta '88, February, page 5
Attention Photographers, February, page 5
Our Apologies, February, page 8
Larry Sanderson, Perspective, Back to Basics, February, page 46
Bob Harris, More Encouragement, March, page 4
A Helpful Idea!, March, page 11
1-26 Champion Status Clarified, April, page 8
Jack Ferguson, Interesting Explanation, May, page 3
Bill Prescott, One of Your Guys, May, page 3
Jack Fletcher, Simple Language, Please, June, page 4
Fletcher Platt, Emphasize Safety, June, page 5
Peter Mazur, Some Variety Requested, June, page 5
Richard Sager, More Details, Please, June, page 7
Soaring's Contribution to the Wasserkuppe Museum, June, page 9
We Appreciate Your Advice, June, page 10
Warren Dion, Our Apologies, July, page 3
Dan Dreeben, Another Safety Idea, July, page 3
Subscription Rate Increase, July, page 6
Lew Neyland, Thanks! Bill Hill, July, page 22
Mark Kennedy, Perspective, Soaring Magazine, July, page 45
Apologies to the British, October, page 11
Bill Sproull, Perspective, November, page 38

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Techniques
Bill St. Clair, A Leech's Story, February, page 22
Cloud Flying
Charlie Stanton, Getting Caught on Top, February, page 2
Fred Fourcher, A Clearer Message, May, page 2
Norman Benedict, Future Aerial Towing, June, page 6
Cross Country Soaring
Gordon Casamajor, Amen! Tom Cooper, February, page 2
Edward R. Thornton, Diamond Goal on Saturday and Trying To Catch Walker, Shaw and Baldwin on Wednesday, February, page 36
Dugald Steward, Manipulating the Learning Curve, February, page 40
Joachim Kuettner OSTIV Award Announced, March, page 10
Marshall Claybourn Memorial Award, March, page 11
David A. Woods, High Sierra Outlanding, March, page 21
Lori McCarron, Silver Saga, March, page 23
Terry Frazier, The Winston Challenge; Soar America, April, page 29
Bob Michener, Soaring Safaris in Colorado?, June, page 4
Jan Driessen, Why Soar Montague, August, page 19
George Thelen, Aussie Air Show and Gliding Symposium, September, page 7
Joseph Jagr, The Last Black Forest Adventure, September, page 13
Terry Frazier, The Eagle Has Landed; Confessions of a PR Pilot, September, page 20
David Woods, Lap Races, Tehachapi, September, page 39
Terry Frazier, The Eagle Has Landed; Confessions of a PR Pilot, Part II, October, page 15
Jack Olson, Northwest Adventure, November, page 3
Peter Reidel, Perestroika and a Soaring Dream, November, page 33
Gary Kemp, The MAD Pilot, December, page 15
Phil Petmecky, Houston Soaring Association's Summer Vacation, December, page 22
Ridge Soaring
Michael L. Shakman, Learning Mountain Flying in the French Alps, March, page 45
George Thelen, Limits, September, page 48
Thermals
Hans Tormolen, What Are Thermals? The Hans Tormolen Theory, July, page 40
Thermals and Thermaling
Harry V. Senn, Do Thermals Rotate?, June, page 42
Wave Flying
Bill Hill, Soaring the West Slope, January, page 16
Jim Payne, Correction, Please!, May, page 54
Bob Harris, Window Information, July, page 3
Symons Wave Memorial, December, page 7
Rick Leffingwell, It's All Relative, December, page 34
Theory of Soaring Flight
Harry V. Senn, Do Thermals Rotate?, June, page 42
Warren Dion, Precious Energy, July, page 2
Bob Walker, Do-It-Yourself Glide Calculations, July, page 20
Equations Corrected, August, page 9
Jack Greene, A Simple Little Tube with a Hole at One End, August, page 33
Bob Walker, Do-It-Yourself Glide Calculations, December, page 25

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Vintage Aircraft
R. Overlock Howe, England and its Gliderports, January, page 23
15th Internationale Segelflug Oltimer-Rallye, February, page 8
Paul Schweizer, An Informative Response, March, page 2
William Malpas, An Open Letter to Paul Schweizer, March, page 2
New Book Reviewed, March, page 10
Robert J. Welliever, The Dowager Queen, March, page 12
First Annual Western Vintage Sailplane Regatta, May, page 8
F.A. Chardon, Franklin PS-2 Information, June, page 6
Charles Coyne, First Annual West Coast Vintage Sailplane Regatta, October, page 36

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Women
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
New Division of SSA; Women Soaring Pilot's Association, June, page 11
10th Annual Women's Soaring Seminar, July, page 6
Patricia Valdata, Women Soaring Pilots Association, July, page 38
Robert Welliever, Thanks, Nellie, July, page 44

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Youth
Jay Moreland, Any Advice Out There?, January, page 5
Jerome Layton, Simplification Please!, January, page 5
Kolstadt Scholarship Winner Announced, January, page 11
Derek Johnson, One Man's View From the Back Seat, January, page 40
National Soaring Museum Announces Its 1988 Exhibit Focus, February, page 6
Danny Inskeep, You're Never Too Young, May, page 4
German Youth Gliding Invite, May, page 6
Kolstadt Scholarship for 1987, May, page 8
CIVV Approves "World" Class; Rejects FAI Statutes, June, page 10
Soaring on Campus, June, page 12
Norma Ravnsborg, Encourage Youth to Soar, If Your Dare, June, page 27
Rob Hamilton, My First Solo, Owl Canyon Sailplane Youth Camp, June, page 28
Vince Hinds, NSF Scout Jamboree, July, page 14
Over 1,000 Visit Opening of NSM's 1988 Exhibit, August, page 5
1988 Region Nine Championships, September, page 9
Dean Ginther, Early Impressions, December, page 6
Kareem Fahmi, A Little 1-26 Named Snoopy, December, page 39

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No subject
Vince Miller, Sailplane Over Wester Cascades in Washington, February, cover
Fred Foucher, Point of View, April, Covers
Gary Barnett, Sailplane in Field of Flowers, May, cover
Bill McElwee, Holy Mountain, June, page 40
Chris Woods, Gabriel Chenevoy of France in Flight, July, cover
Craig West, In Flight Over San Francisco Bay, August, cover
F.P. Bundy, Flight No. 7000, November, page 20


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