Soaring Magazine Index for 1990 organized by subject

Soaring Magazine Index for 1990 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, A, B, C, E, F, G, H, I, L, M, N, O, P, R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, None

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1000 Kilometer Flights
Robert Penn, Sixteen Contestants Fly 1000 Kilometers in Possible World Record Contest Task, November, page 15

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Aerobatics
Wade Nelson, An Aerobatic Ride at Estrella, January, page 3
Trish Durbin, Cat Among the Pigeons, February, page 20
Bob Kupps, The Third World Glider Aerobatic Championships (Hockenheim), March, page 15
Trish Durbin, Author's Response (to "Cat Among the Pigeons" Complaints), July, page 2
Thomas J. Fuller, Questions Safety Practice (Aerobatics in 1-26s), September, page 2
Jerzy Makula, Questions (Celair GA-1) Ad Claim, September, page 3
Corwin Sharp, Litigation or Stress (Limiting Schweizer Loops), December, page 2
Aerodynamics
Chris Hadfield, Chuck Louie, Ken Green, Rick Husband, and Nate Jones, Is Ground Effect Worth It?, February, page 33
Tom Serkowski, Contests (Date Publication) and (Pitch-Up of) Flapped Ships, April, page 3
Helmut Reda, Thanks for the (Hadfield et al Ground Effect Study) Effort, May, page 6
Victor M. Saudek, Facts of Life, Lift and Drag, Part I, June, page 41
Victor M. Saudek, Facts of Life, Lift and Drag, Part II, July, page 36
Author (Vic Saudek) Offers Further Explanation, August, page 12
Victor M. Saudek, Stability and Control, Chapter 3, August, page 40
David Fraser, Partial title (Centers), November, page 11
Tom Elmore, Accent on Clubs Revisited (& 2-22 Aileron Gap Seals), November, page 17
Flight Tests
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the Grob 103C Twin III, March, page 49
Richard H. Johnson, Flight Testing of Sailplane Stall Warning Systems, July, page 25
Flutter
Bert Puchtler, Concerned About Flutter, March, page 6
Dick Seaman, Flutter Questions Answered, May, page 3
Mark Morton, More About Flutter, July, page 4
Gene Sandburg, Reference on Flutter (August 1977 Soaring), August, page 4
Winglets
Kevin Bennett, Likes Masak Winglets ( on a Ventus B), November, page 3
Aerospace Education
J.C. Kellett, Things to Come, March, page 32
Doug Jacobs, Perspective (on Making Things Happen), May, page 48
Patricia D. Austin, Heart-Pounding Silence at 3,000', August, page 20
Mark Kennedy, Perspective (on Making People Feel At Home), September, page 49
Affiliates, Chapters, and Clubs
Sharon R. Smith, Tehachapi Turns The 11th Annual Women's Soaring Seminar, February, page 14
Mitch Deutsch, The Phoenix Rises From the Ashes (Atlanta Soaring Club), February, page 44
Mark Nichols, Just Another Day in Paradise (Sequatchie Valley, TN), July, page 11
Update on 1990 Women's Soaring Seminar (at Bermuda High), August, page 9
Bud Hopp, Resco (Region 12 Soaring Council) - a Success Story, September, page 32
George Powell, Great Time at (Las Vegas Club's) Fun Event, October, page 6
Atlanta Soaring Club Promotes Soaring, October, page 13
Tom Elmore, Accent on Clubs Revisited (& 2-22 Aileron Gap Seals), November, page 17
New Soaring Club (Atlantic Soaring) Forms in Maryland, November, page 18
Wade H. Nelson, Soaring Club of Houston Update, December, page 35
1-26 Association
Bob Hurni, 1989 Silver Anniversary 1-26 Championships, (Tucson, AZ), January, page 24
Renard R. Rozzoni, New Mexico Gold (Distance in a 1-26), March, page 22
Need a Challenge? (New Executive Board Announced for 1990), April, page 12
Don Wemple, From the "We Get Letters Department" of the 1-26 Association, May, page 6
James L. Lee, From the "We Get Letters Department" of the 1-26 Association, May, page 6
1-26 Cross Country Sweepstakes, June, page 17
Gary Knapp, Recognized (1-26) #248, August, page 2
Thomas J. Fuller, Questions Safety Practice (Aerobatics in 1-26s), September, page 2
Corwin Sharp, Litigation or Stress (Limiting Schweizer Loops), December, page 2
Larry Pardue, 1-26 Defender, December, page 3
Marvin Willis, Eagle's Nest (Odessa, TX) and the 1-26 Championships, December, page 18
Civil Air Patrol
David R. Hughes, Youth in Soaring Through the Civil Air Patrol, March, page 27
Soaring Pilot (and SSA Member) Named as (California Wing) Commander (Ernest C. Pearson), June, page 14
Don Reid, CAP Cadets Soar at Elmendorf AFB (Alaska), September, page 9
National Soaring Museum
Changes at NSM (Executive Director Needed), May, page 12
William E. (Bill) Gallagher, 1990 NSM Hall of Fame and Exhibit Opening, August, page 34
NSM has a New Director (Dr. Charles R. Smith), December, page 16
Vintage Aircraft
Doug Fronius, 1990 VSA Western Regatta (Hemet, CA), October, page 19
Art
Lilia Iglesias, Watercolor Painting "Otto Lilenthal's Attempt" (Berlin 1893), March, cover
History in Wood Carvings (by Wilhelm Molik), April, page 15
A Review of Ed Kilbourne's "Cloudbase" (Music Cassette), June, page 11
Association
Wallace A. Scott, A Response to the "Hue-In and Cry-In", July, page 8
Awards
New Trophy Announced (for Washington State), February, page 10
Nancy Batson Crews Inducted (into Alabama Aviation Hall of Fame), March, page 12
Lew Neyland, New X/C Trophy (for Landing in Colorado) Announced, May, page 2
Youth Competition Medallion, May, page 11
1989 Hilton Cup Winners Announced, July, page 10
Lilienthal Memorial Competition 1991, October, page 15
1000 Kilometer Flights
Ed Byars, The New Castle 1000 km Club, December, page 26
Badges
Arleen Coleson, FAI Awards & Badges, February, page 51
Arleen Coleson, Soaring Awards, August, page 50
Flights
Renard R. Rozzoni, New Mexico Gold (Distance in a 1-26), March, page 22
Richard Ohlheiser, An Old Buzzard Goes for the Gold (Distance in a Pilatus B-4), April, page 42
Kareem Fahmi, First Breath of Spring (for Bronze Duration), June, page 25
Good Weather (in Houston, TX) for Bronze Day, September, page 9
Requirements
Arleen Coleson, FAI Awards & Badges;State Record Rule Changes, January, page 51
Important! Change in Sporting License Procedures, March, page 12
Arleen Coleson, Have You Notched Your Barograph?, March, page 46
Arleen Coleson, The 1% Rule (Example), April, page 50
Arleen Coleson, FAI Sporting Licenses - Who Needs Them?, May, page 50
Arleen Coleson, Suggestions & Reminders (1%, Film, Barograph, Deadlines), June, page 50
Michael J. Hoke, New Rules for New Electronic Barographs, July, page 43
Arleen Coleson, Electronic Barographs, July, page 50
Arleen Coleson, It's a Small(er) World After All, October, page 49
Arleen Coleson, Fall Practice (Barographs & Photography, November, page 50
Arleen Coleson, Details, Details! (Declaration & Marking Camera Lens), December, page 48
Claybourn
Claybourn (1989) Award Winner (is Charles Shaw), April, page 12
Kolstad Scholarship
Arleen Coleson, Kolstad Scholarship Grant, September, page 50
Kolstad Scholarship and Awards
Kolstad Scholarship Winner (for 1989 Michael Ondeck) Named, March, page 13
Mid and Ken Kolstad, Kolstad Scholarship Update, November, page 8
Steve Foreman, (Kolstad Winner Responds), November, page 8
World Distance
Bernald S. Smith, SSA Instructor Poll (Results and WDA Views), December, page 13

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Birds
Donald M. Joffray, A Red-Tailed Hawk and a Soaring Thing, April, page 45
Bob Cook, Hawk, HAWK, July, page 19
Bill Ray, The Unlikeliest Place Ever!, September, page 6

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Cockpit
Jean-Renaud Faliu, More About Panel Displays and Looking Out, March, page 2
Stephen DuPont, Solution to Spoilers Out (Separate Brake Lever), March, page 10
Bob Webster, The Infallible Gear Warning System or the Coffe Cup Cure for Crunched Composites, August, page 23
George Thelen, Belts, November, page 44
Meal on the Go - a Vast Improvement in Portable Food, November, page 47
Collegiate Soaring
Kaya Zuzak, Magical Day (the First and Last at UCSD), January, page 3
Calling All CFI's (for Collegiate Soaring Help), April, page 11
John Campbell, (1989) Intercollegiate Champions (Penn State Soaring Club Team & Individuals), May, page 11
Jack Laister, The First Intercollegiate Glider Championships (Purdue University in 1936), December, page 23
Commentary
Mark Palmer, Critical of (Schweizer's Recent) Action, March, page 9
Laszlo "Les" Horvath, The Case of the Phantom Mountain, April, page 2
Mark D. Licker, Choice of Words Criticized with Editor's Note, May, page 2
W. Stuart Schweizer, Schweizer Responds (to Palmer letter), June, page 5
Oshkosh Bound (bumper sticker available), June, page 12
Trish Durbin, Author's Response (to "Cat Among the Pigeons" Complaints), July, page 2
Joseph A. Azar, This One Cares (about Funding Sources), September, page 2
Bob Park, Proper Reporting (on Apartheid) Questioned, December, page 7
Communications
Ted Sharp, Ameriglide with Ham Radios, June, page 12
W.G. Hill, Murphy, Mother Nature and Me (Wave over Boulder, CO), August, page 25
Competitions
1989 U.S. National Champions, March, page 18
George Thelen, Competition Safety, April, page 48
Wallace A. Scott, A Response to the "Hue-In and Cry-In", July, page 8
1-26
Bob Hurni, 1989 Silver Anniversary 1-26 Championships, (Tucson, AZ), January, page 24
Classes
Tim Gossfeld, Leave Sports Class Alone, April, page 3
National
Susan D. Erlenwein, Sunflower Soaring Championships (1989 Open & Auxiliary Powered Nationals, Hutchinson, KS), January, page 14
Alan K. Reeter, The 1989 15-Meter Nationals (Uvalde, TX), January, page 33
Doris Grove, Open Class Alive and Well, April, page 5
Tom Knauff, Writer Upset (on Open Class letter), April, page 5
Cyndi Stephenson, 1991 and 1992 National Contest Sites - Call for Proposals, June, page 10
Fredo Killing, How Cheap Can We Be And Still Remain Professionals? (With Unpaid Staffs), August, page 4
Elizabeth Grove, 1990 United States Open Class Soaring Championships (Mifflin Co, PA), November, page 34
Pete Williams, Littlefield-1990, The 3rd US National Auxiliary-Powered Soaring Championships, November, page 39
Non Sanctioned
The $40 POST (in Northern Illinois), March, page 13
George Powell, Great Time at (Las Vegas Club's) Fun Event, October, page 6
Post Tasks
The $40 POST (in Northern Illinois), March, page 13
Regional
(1989) Region 6 North Contest (Ionia, MI), January, page 6
Region 11 Soaring Championships July 1-5 1989 (Minden, NV), January, pages 9-Jan
From Drought to Dreariness: The Region 6 (1989) South (Waynesville, OH), April, page 13
(1990) Region V North Soaring Contest (Chester, SC), September, page 11
Region Six South Championships, June 25-30, 1990 Caesar Creek Soaring Club, Waynesville, Ohio, October, page 11
(1990) 17th Annual South Region Five Soaring Championships (Cordele, GA), October, page 13
Region 11 North Contest, August 12-17, 1990, Siskiyou County Airport, Montague, California, November, page 15
Marty Bael, (1990) Region III Contest (Danville, NY), December, page 11
Ed Byars, The New Castle 1000 km Club, December, page 26
Rules
Jim Payne, (1990) Rules Committee Report, May, page 10
Wally Raisanen, Wants Input for Rule Changes, September, page 3
Steve Fahrner, Comments on Proposed Rule Changes, November, page 10
Seniors
Roy Hennig, Thanks Ekatarina!, June, page 20
World
Hey Rocky, Watch me Pull a Rabbit out of my Hat!, July, page 12
US Team
Pete Williams, US Team to Enter 1990 1st World Motorgliding Championships, January, page 6
Team Selection Process Clarified, August, page 11
Sweepstakes Winner (1989) Displays Sailplane, October, page 11
US Team Identified, October, page 15
Computers and the Internet
Wallace Wilhoite, Simulated Soaring (with Microsoft Flight Simulator), January, page 2
Charles V. Lindsay, Personal Computer Soaring Weather Briefing, June, page 30
A New Final Glide Computer, July, page 18
Azuresoft Introduces the Complete Briefer DUAT Decoder Software for PC's, October, page 45
Charles V. Lindsay, (Telephone) Numbers for DUAT, November, page 4
Barrett Leibe, (Computer and Final Glide) Program Available, November, page 11
Conferences, Conventions, and Meetings
David B. Newill, Starting the 90's Right, SSA 90 at Indy!, May, page 39
(Albuquerque) '91 Convention Update, October, page 11
Credits/Appreciation
Ed Carpenter, Schweizer Aircraft Issue Praised, March, page 2
Brian D. Myers, Thanks for the (Military Glider) Response, March, page 9
Lois Goucher, Appreciation Expressed, May, page 3
Alan B. Greer, Going to the Top (Writing Your Congressman), August, page 3
Jim and Jackie Payne, Thanks for (Motorhome Repair) Help, October, page 2
Crewing
Dennis Haworth, The Soaring Bug, April, page 24
John C. Lincoln, II, The Surgeon, August, page 30
Gary and Nancy Kemp, Garfield Flats, October, page 23
Jim Border, Running Wings the Hard Way, November, page 6
B.L. Stanfield, Alternative Source of Energy, December, page 15

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Errata
W. Stuart Schweizer, Schweizer Responds (to Palmer letter), June, page 5
Author (Vic Saudek) Offers Further Explanation, August, page 12
Jerzy Makula, Questions (Celair GA-1) Ad Claim, September, page 3
Exhibits/Displays/Fairs
Vic Saudek, (Southern California Soaring Association at Hawthorne, CA) Air Fair Report, May, page 14

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Family
Stewart Aleshire, Great Grandad is Proud (of Kurtis Rodriquez and John Newman)!, March, page 11
William D. Hack, A Tribute to Flying Father's on Father's Day, June, page 44
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Attention, Are You Ready.. for FAA Required Drug Testing?, January, page 13
Judy Lincoln, Drug Testing in Soaring, February, page 30
FAA Makes Drug Testing Announcement, May, page 15
Regulatory Updates (AD's and Driving Convictions), November, page 20
Judy Lincoln, Regulatory Updates (Transponder Over ARS As and St Louis TCA Change), December, page 10

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Growth
Kaya Zuzak, Magical Day (the First and Last at UCSD), January, page 3
Judy Lincoln, Perspective: ($10 Dues Increase Justification), January, page 50
Rolly Clark, Reflections on a Summer's Soaring (Wing Loading, Auxiliary Powered Sailplanes, and Growth), February, page 3
Eric Jaderborg, Thought on (Growth) Proposal (by McEwen), April, page 4
Jim Marske, SHA Seeks New Members, August, page 6
Paul A. Schweizer, Is the US Sailplane Fleet Shrinking?, September, page 14
Alan Greer, Start Them Young on a Soaring Path, December, page 2
Mark D. Bottino, Agrees with Authors (Marske and Schweizer), December, page 7
The Soaring Bug Bites Again, December, page 11

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Hangars and Accessories
Mitch Deutsch, The Phoenix Rises From the Ashes (Atlanta Soaring Club), February, page 44
Peter C. King, Hello Dolly, June, page 27
Yale Mosk, Hello Dolly! a Better Mousetrap!, October, page 9
Dave and Jill Fletcher, A New Club Hangar for WSSA-The Hard Way, October, page 34
History
Wm. Frank Kelsey, Mystery Plane (Super Albatross) Revisited, February, page 2
Robert G. Chester, More on the Bowlus-Mitchell Flying Wing (and the Mitchell Wing B-10), February, page 4
Wally Amundson, History Expanded (on Robert Fischer & his 1-23H Soaring Across the Entire US), March, page 8
Rob Lang, Once More.. with Feeling (Flying the Standard Austria), March, page 42
History in Wood Carvings (by Wilhelm Molik), April, page 15
Fernando J. Rueda, Memories II (of the Zoeglin 33 in 1941 Argentina), April, page 37
Hans H. Baeggli, Recognizes Sailplane (HB-369 as a SPYR 5, not SPRA 5), May, page 4
Richard H. Benbough, Paper Wing Albatross Reborn, June, page 9
Hans Popperl, The Story of OE-0409 Mg19A "Steinadler", July, page 15
Can You Identify, August, page 15
Murray Olson, Help, Anyone? (Schweizer TG-3A Available), October, page 2
Winston R. Dole, Similarities Noted (Variometers: Three Generations Ago and Now), November, page 12
Paul A. Schweizer, The Floyd J. Sweet Story, November, page 26
Jack Laister, The First Intercollegiate Glider Championships (Purdue University in 1936), December, page 23
International
Stalking the Mountain Wave (by Ursulia Weise), February, page 9
Homebuilts
Jim Maupin, (Sjostedt Sierra Six) Homebuilt Does Well (in Competition), April, page 2
Greg Zack, Daedalus (Human Powered Aircraft) Update, April, page 11
Jim Marske, Homebuilders (1990 Eastern) Workshop Announced (for Bryan, OH), June, page 12
Jim Marske, SHA Seeks New Members, August, page 6
Jackie Womack, Sailplane Prices, November, page 3
Dave Hudnut, The 1990 Eastern Workshop at Bryan, Ohio, November, page 29
Humor
New Glider Unveiled, Red Wing Soaring Offers New Aircraft (the F-105 (G)), April, page 14
Stewart Aleshire, A New Badge Needed, October, page 3
B.L. Stanfield, Alternative Source of Energy, December, page 15

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Instruction
Mike Felske, Looking for Help (in Developing a Standardized Training Ciriculum)!, February, page 3
Eric Greenwell, Perspective: (Training Needs), February, page 32
Peter E. Conti, Sunny Side Up (Concern for No Spoiler Approaches), March, page 9
Calling All CFI's (for Collegiate Soaring Help), April, page 11
Alan K. Reeter, Answer to Standardization (Question by Felske), May, page 4
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country, Lesson One - Safe Altitude Circles, May, page 23
Stephen DuPont, Idea for Adjusting Polars, June, page 9
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Two - Constructing a Flight Profile, June, page 36
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Three - Turnpoint Photos, July, page 40
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Four - Flight Bands and/or Speed-To-Fly, August, page 42
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Five - Selecting a Cross-Country Task, September, page 18
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Six - Polar Adjustments and Speed to Fly in Sink, October, page 17
Edmund Stevens, Wants Help for New Pilots (to Avoid Accidents), December, page 3
Bernald S. Smith, SSA Instructor Poll (Results and WDA Views), December, page 13
Ground Schools
Tampa Bay Soaring in Action (at FAA Accident Prevention Seminar), April, page 11
Georgia SSA'ers on the Move (SSA Governor Jim Culp's Soaring Seminar), June, page 11
Instrumentation
Ralph Koerner, Total Energy Reconsidered, February, page 25
ILEC SB-9 Electric Back Up Variometer, February, page 29
Jean-Renaud Faliu, More About Panel Displays and Looking Out, March, page 2
C.J. Chapman, How Accurate is Your Variometer System?, April, page 16
New Barograph Developed (Micro Processor Controlled), April, page 34
Rick Sheppe, Total Energy Revisited, May, page 2
E.H. Replogle, Replogle Barograph Finds New Home, May, page 10
A New Final Glide Computer, July, page 18
Richard H. Johnson, Flight Testing of Sailplane Stall Warning Systems, July, page 25
Accurate, Lightweight Anenometer, August, page 45
A New 2-1/4" Winter Altimeter, September, page 40
Barrett Leibe, (Computer and Final Glide) Program Available, November, page 11
Winston R. Dole, Similarities Noted (Variometers: Three Generations Ago and Now), November, page 12
Winter Instruments Without Certification, November, page 15
Insurance
Bernald S. Smith, Perspective: (SSA Hull and Liability Insurance), June, page 40
SSA Insurance Program Update (Ohio General Out, Global Insurance In), December, page 12
International
WGC 1993, February, page 11
1990 European Club Class Gliding Championships Opened to Non-Europeans, February, page 11
Site of the 1989 National Soaring Championships in Argentina, May, page 13
Ken Rubotsky, Ameriglide (Minden 1990), October, page 26
Alan B. Greer, Word from Motorglider World Championships (Issoudun, France), November, page 4
The World is Coming to Minden (in 1991) and we need your help, November, page 15
(1991) World Soaring Championships Update (New Location), December, page 7
Argentina
Tom Hardy, Soaring in Argentina Recommended, June, page 2
Russia
Hannes Linke, Offer to Fly in Russia, May, page 12
Sites
Harry Crandall, Hospitality Down Under (Australia), February, page 2
J.S. (Rusty) Ruskiewicz, Questions Answered (about Egypt), February, page 7
Don Davis, Soaring in Russia - One Man's Opinion, February, page 7
Kurt Groenewald, An Experience of a Lifetime (in Kimberley, South Africa), February, page 38
Jim Hartwell, Soaring in the USSR, October, page 6
Armin Wishard, Soaring in East Germany, October, page 37
International Gliding Commission (IGC)
Bernald S. Smith, The Sawing Society of America, May, page 16

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Launching
Aerotow
Les Sebald, Dive Brakes at Issue, January, page 2
Paul S. Burgette, (Tow) Pilot to (Glider) Pilot, February, page 5
Stephen DuPont, Solution to Spoilers Out (Separate Brake Lever), March, page 10
Jack Greene, In All of Soaring, There is Nothing So Hazardous as the First 30 Seconds of Every Flight, March, page 34
Bill Nesse, Safety Links Discussed, May, page 4
Dick Robinson, Needs (Cessna) Tow Hook Help, June, page 3
Derek Johnson, Don't Kill the Tow Pilot, June, page 33
George Thelen, Pilotless Aircraft (Aerotowed!), July, page 45
Curtis Cole, L-I-F-F-T, a Checklist for Between Tows, August, page 3
J.F. Crawford, Another View on Airbrakes (Than DuPont's), August, page 4
Dick Vine, Aerotow vs. Winch Launch; Another View, September, page 2
Bill Teague, Questions Longer Towrope, September, page 4
Wally Raisanen, Questions Sportsmanship, October, page 10
Derek Johnson, Longer Ropes-A Response, November, page 2
Release Mechanisms
George Thelen, Eric Greenwell, and Mike Adams, Tow Hooks Revisited, March, page 40
Lou Hoffman, Can Someone Help (on Libelle Towhooks)?, April, page 2
Mike Adams, Glider Release Mechanisms, April, page 30
Bill Nesse, Safety Links Discussed, May, page 4
James H. (Howard) Burgess, Proposal for New Tow Hook Release, June, page 3
Dick Robinson, Needs (Cessna) Tow Hook Help, June, page 3
Update on Tost Tow Release, September, page 10
Winch
Dick Vine, Aerotow vs. Winch Launch; Another View, September, page 2
Literature
Steve Hines, Book Review: Aerial Photogrpahy by Harvey Lloyd, October, page 14
Book Reviews
Stalking the Mountain Wave (by Ursulia Weise), February, page 9
Emil Kissel, More on "Stalking the (Mountain) Wave", April, page 2
Update on Publication ( New Editions of "New Soaring Pilot," "FAR's For Glider Pilots," and "Transition to Gliders"), July, page 10
Fiction
Willie Edwards, Attention to Detail, January, page 3
William B. Dehon, An Incident in the Hills of West Virginia, June, page 19
Katherine T. Hill, The Birthday Gift, June, page 23
Poems and Poetry
Michael Paul Slater, Her First Flight (Poem), April, page 12
Del Blomquist, Thermals Forever (poem to Walt E. Mooney), May, page 11
George Powell, Poets Remembered (Jack Greene & Walt Mooney), August, page 2
Judy McDonald, A Yuletide Soaring Poem, December, page 16

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Maintenance and Improvements
George Thelen, The Theory and Practice of (FRP) Chip Repair, September, page 35
George Thelen, (L-13) Gliders-In the Long Term, by Tom Cooper and Irving Prue, October, page 46
Winter Instruments Without Certification, November, page 15
Meteorology
Charles V. Lindsay, Personal Computer Soaring Weather Briefing, June, page 30
Charles V. Lindsay, Using the Upper Winds, September, page 24
Charles V. Lindsay, Using Weather Observations and Terminal Forecasts, October, page 41
Azuresoft Introduces the Complete Briefer DUAT Decoder Software for PC's, October, page 45
Charles V. Lindsay, (Telephone) Numbers for DUAT, November, page 4
Lightning
Joel N. Myers, Accu-Weather Introduces New (Lightning) Graphics and Data, February, page 9
Sea Breeze Front or Shear Lines
Wallace A. Scott, The Sea Breeze Front at Uvalde, Uvalde Weather at the 1989 15-Meter Championships, July, page 21
Modifications
Kevin Bennett, Likes Masak Winglets ( on a Ventus B), November, page 3
Robert C. Gibbons, Performance Modification for Older Wooden Sailplanes, December, page 37
Motorgliders
Rolly Clark, Reflections on a Summer's Soaring (Wing Loading, Auxiliary Powered Sailplanes, and Growth), February, page 3
Paul Liebenberg, More Thoughts on Motorgliding and Motorgliding Safety, February, page 6
US Designed Self-Launcher (S R Aircraft ARIA) Introduced at (Indy '90) Convention, May, page 10
Pete Williams, Are Self-Launching Sailplanes the Wave of the Future?, August, page 37
The New Grob 103C Twin III SL, September, page 9
Changes at Limbach, September, page 12
Derek Piggott, A New Version of the Dimona Motorglider, The Rotax Powered Super Dimona, September, page 41
Alan B. Greer, Word from Motorglider World Championships (Issoudun, France), November, page 4
Blanik L-13
Moravia Inc. Introduces New Motorglider (L-13 SE "Vivat", September, page 9
Grob 109B
Keith Boyer, A Slow Cross Country Flight (with a Grob 109B), December, page 41
Schempp-Hirth
Nimbus 4
Peter F. Selinger, Nimbus 4, New 'Albatros' from Kircheim, August, page 16

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National Aeronautic Association (NAA)
NAA Recognizes Two (SSA) Members (Bill S. Ivans and Floyd Sweet), May, page 12
Mal Gross, NAA Corner, June, page 15
FAI - Its Role in Sport Aviation NAA Corner, August, page 14
Mal Gross, Sport Aviation -- The Key to the Future of U.S. Aviation, October, page 16

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Obituaries
Ed Harmening, In Memoriam: Chuck Harris, January, page 6
Mildred P. Kohls, In Memoriam: Charles Kohls, January, page 6
Jerry Finch and Bud Brown, In Memoriam: Michael Wayne Jenkins, February, page 9
Ralph Biesemeyer, In Memoriam: Philip A. Mortensen, February, page 11
Del Blomquist, Thermals Forever (poem to Walt E. Mooney), May, page 11
James Fleugel, In Memoriam: John Stetson Fleugel, May, page 13
Roderick F. Read, Jr., In Memoriam: Roderick F. Read, Sr., May, page 14
Bob Fitch, In Memoriam: Jack Greene, May, page 15
Dale Thompson, In Memoriam: Dale F. Dye, June, page 12
Jim Jenista, In Memoriam: Dick McKnight, July, page 10
Jan Scott, In Memoriam: Wolfgang Hutter, July, page 11
George Powell, Poets Remembered (Jack Greene & Walt Mooney), August, page 2
Cleveland Soaring Society, In Memoriam: Ted Pawski, August, page 9
Harry Miltner, Goodbye Vi! (Vi Blalock), September, page 3
Harold A. Katinszky, In Memoriam: Patrick McAtee, October, page 11
Stan Montagne, In Memoriam: Fred Frauens, October, page 12
Reggie Spinhayer, In Memoriam: Henry Stouffs, November, page 15
In Memoriam: Fred MacFawn, December, page 10
OSTIV
Manfred E. Reinhardt, Call for (OSTIV XXII Congress) Papers, June, page 15
Reminder for (XXII OSTIV Congress) Technical Papers, November, page 15

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Parachutes
Allen Silver, Parachute Update (Security and National Canopies), November, page 9
Patterns and Landings
Peter E. Conti, Sunny Side Up (Concern for No Spoiler Approaches), March, page 9
Charles Mueller, Maintain Airspeed, December, page 2
People
Charles Shaw
Claybourn (1989) Award Winner (is Charles Shaw), April, page 12
Charlie Spratt
Ed Byars, Asks For Consideration for Charlie Spratt, May, page 3
Karl H. Striedieck, Support for SRA/Spratt, October, page 4
Photography
Bill Hinote, Camera Comment (on Ricoh Quality), January, page 4
New Data Back Camera Announced (Minolta Fredom 50), December, page 45
Physiology
Jan Scott, Behavior Explained (Erratic Pilot Had Tumor), February, page 2
George Thelen, Visiting Complacency, February, page 49
Peter E. Conti, Sunny Side Up (Concern for No Spoiler Approaches), March, page 9
Steven McCormick, Doctor, Doctor! (I've got Meniere's Disease), June, page 5
George Thelen, Crosswind) Takeoff (in a Hurry), by Dan Shallbetter, June, page 47
W.R. Plage, A 78 Year Old Responds, November, page 2
George Thelen, Is All's Well That Ends Well?, December, page 46
Medical Condition
George Thelen, Age and Flying, August, page 48
Bill Dehon, More to it Than Age, November, page 9
R.N. Buck, More Than Age, November, page 10
John Doyel, The Test (Driving to the Airport), November, page 13
Promotions
J.C. Kellett, Things to Come, March, page 32
Doug Jacobs, Perspective (on Making Things Happen), May, page 48
Patricia D. Austin, Heart-Pounding Silence at 3,000', August, page 20
Mark Kennedy, Perspective (on Making People Feel At Home), September, page 49
Publications
Jim Maupin, Complaint on Wrapper, March, page 11
Tom Nowicki, Concerned with Polybag, October, page 6
Larry Sanderson, Perspective: And The Volume Goes Up.. on Regulatory Issues and Soaring Safety, October, page 40
Judy Lincoln, Perspective: (Publications Changes), November, page 49
A Soaring Coincidence, December, page 13

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Reprints and Back Issues
Lew Neyland, Call For Some (Soaring Article) Repeats, June, page 3
Richard Blanchard, Likes (Neyland's Call) Idea, September, page 4
Restorations
Jack Fletcher, (Military CG-4A Restoration) Glider Project Announced, March, page 10
Rob Lang, Once More.. with Feeling (Flying the Standard Austria), March, page 42
Retrieves
Emergency Strobe, June, page 35
Gary and Nancy Kemp, Garfield Flats, October, page 23

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Safety
George Thelen, Competition Safety, April, page 48
George Thelen, Pilotless Aircraft (Aerotowed!), July, page 45
George Thelen, Just Say No? (to Unsafe Practices), by Roy Poole, September, page 46
Jim Border, Running Wings the Hard Way, November, page 6
Accidents/Incidents
Val Brain, The 400 Blows: Analysis of 400 (British) Accidents Reported in "Sailplane and Gliding", May, page 35
George Thelen, Crosswind) Takeoff (in a Hurry), by Dan Shallbetter, June, page 47
Checklists
Curtis Cole, L-I-F-F-T, a Checklist for Between Tows, August, page 3
Cockpit
Jim Hard, Check Those (Discrepancy) Logs, October, page 2
Collision Avoidance
Jean-Renaud Faliu, More About Panel Displays and Looking Out, March, page 2
W.G. Hill, Should Soaring Become a Contact Sport?, April, page 28
Billy Hill, Collision Avoidance, May, page 32
Stephen DuPont, Mid-Airs, Mid-Airs, Mid-Airs, July, page 2
John Byrd, Safety Stressed in Thermaling, October, page 4
Preflight
Bill Ray, The Unlikeliest Place Ever!, September, page 6
Stalls/Spins
John Sandell, Safety-(in a Small Thermal) Vortex, March, page 3
Sailplanes
Can You Identify, February, page 10
Can You Identify?, March, page 14
Can You Identify, May, page 11
Can You Identify, June, page 17
Can You Identify, August, page 15
Can You Identify?, September, page 12
Can You Identify?, November, page 19
Can You Identify, December, page 12
Blanik L-13
Curt Laumann, Blanik Owner Needs Assistance (with Sticking Flaps), November, page 2
Blanik L-23
Mark Petru, The L-23 "Super Blanik" (Czech) Glider, May, page 26
Celstar GA-1
Trish Durbin, Cat Among the Pigeons, February, page 20
Cherokee
Bob Clark, More Youth in Soaring (Meggan and Valerie Clark), July, page 3
Glaser-Dirks
DG-600
Maiden Flight of the DG-600 M, March, page 12
Grob 103C Twin III
Richard H. Johnson, A Flight Test Evaluation of the Grob 103C Twin III, March, page 49
Richard H. Johnson, Correction on Airfoil Design, May, page 9
The New Grob 103C Twin III SL, September, page 9
Mg19A
Hans Popperl, The Story of OE-0409 Mg19A "Steinadler", July, page 15
Rolladen-Schneider
LS-6c-17.5
Frank Roden, SSA in Action: Rolladen-Schneider Introduces LS-6c-175, August, page 8
Schleicher
AS-W 24
Andy McQuigg, The ASW-24 Pilot Report, January, page 43
Schweizer
SGS 1-23
Wally Amundson, History Expanded (on Robert Fischer & his 1-23H Soaring Across the Entire US), March, page 8
SGS 1-26
Bob Hurni, 1989 Silver Anniversary 1-26 Championships, (Tucson, AZ), January, page 24
Renard R. Rozzoni, New Mexico Gold (Distance in a 1-26), March, page 22
Need a Challenge? (New Executive Board Announced for 1990), April, page 12
Don Wemple, From the "We Get Letters Department" of the 1-26 Association, May, page 6
James L. Lee, From the "We Get Letters Department" of the 1-26 Association, May, page 6
1-26 Cross Country Sweepstakes, June, page 17
Gary Knapp, Recognized (1-26) #248, August, page 2
Thomas J. Fuller, Questions Safety Practice (Aerobatics in 1-26s), September, page 2
Corwin Sharp, Litigation or Stress (Limiting Schweizer Loops), December, page 2
Larry Pardue, 1-26 Defender, December, page 3
Marvin Willis, Eagle's Nest (Odessa, TX) and the 1-26 Championships, December, page 18
SGS 2-33
Tom Elmore, Accent on Clubs Revisited (& 2-22 Aileron Gap Seals), November, page 17
TG-3a
Murray Olson, Help, Anyone? (Schweizer TG-3A Available), October, page 2
Standard Austria
Rob Lang, Once More.. with Feeling (Flying the Standard Austria), March, page 42
Super Albatross
Wm. Frank Kelsey, Mystery Plane (Super Albatross) Revisited, February, page 2
World Class Sailplane
Chet Johnson, Likes the 1-34, December, page 3
The World Class Enters Judging Phase, December, page 13
Zerglin 33
Fernando J. Rueda, Memories II (of the Zoeglin 33 in 1941 Argentina), April, page 37
Self Launching Sailplane Pilot's Association (SLSPA)
Pete Williams, SLSPA Incorporation, January, page 6
Sites
Tom Nowicki, Update Seminoles Celebrate First Anniversary in New Nest, October, page 12
Ed Gaddy, Opening a Glider Operation, October, page 22
Hemet
Alan Edgett, Hemet (California), April, page 22
Soaring Society of America
New SSA State Governor Named, January, page 6
Results of Election for SSA Directors, January, page 12
Director Announces Appointments, May, page 13
Region 9 Election Results, June, page 12
SSA Board Minutes Available, June, page 12
SSA Winter Board Meeting (1990 at Indianapolis, IN), June, page 14
Your 1990 Board of Directors, June, page 18
New Election Procedures for Directors, July, page 10
Stewart Tittle, Oregon SSA Governor Introduced, August, page 8
Fall 1990 SSA Board Meeting, November, page 18
Elections for Regional Director, November, page 21
Annual Report
Judy Lincoln, For Fiscal Year Ended October 31, 1989, May, page 19
Board
New Board Member, February, page 11
Membership
SSA Life Memberships Temporarily Discontinued, May, page 16
President's Report
Larry Sanderson, Perspective: And The Volume Goes Up.. on Regulatory Issues and Soaring Safety, October, page 40
Solicitations
Jonathan Beard, Can You Help Me (Brit to Find a Flying Job)?, February, page 2
Ameriglide, Help! Help! 25 Gliders Needed, February, page 10
Jim Schueckler, Another (Flying) Group to Join (Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association), March, page 5
J. Duncan Cooper, Attention Schreder Owners!, March, page 8
Lou Hoffman, Can Someone Help (on Libelle Towhooks)?, April, page 2
Calling All CFI's (for Collegiate Soaring Help), April, page 11
Changes at NSM (Executive Director Needed), May, page 12
Dick Robinson, Needs (Cessna) Tow Hook Help, June, page 3
C.T. Burke, Call for Trailer Article, November, page 9
Spoilers
Wally Raisanen, Questions Sportsmanship, October, page 10

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Technical Soaring
Reminder for (XXII OSTIV Congress) Technical Papers, November, page 15
Techniques
Cross Country
Michael A. Russell, Truckee Trainee, April, page 35
Vern Chapin, Bad Day at Black Rock (near Charnita, PA), April, page 39
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country, Lesson One - Safe Altitude Circles, May, page 23
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Two - Constructing a Flight Profile, June, page 36
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Three - Turnpoint Photos, July, page 40
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Four - Flight Bands and/or Speed-To-Fly, August, page 42
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Five - Selecting a Cross-Country Task, September, page 18
Phil Petmecky, The First Solo Cross Country Flight, Lesson Six - Polar Adjustments and Speed to Fly in Sink, October, page 17
Keith Boyer, A Slow Cross Country Flight (with a Grob 109B), December, page 41
Outlandings
Malcolm Adams, Bi-Annual Surprise (Outlanding), February, page 3
Vern Chapin, Bad Day at Black Rock (near Charnita, PA), April, page 39
Stalls/Spins
Richard H. Johnson, Flight Testing of Sailplane Stall Warning Systems, July, page 25
Thermaling
John Byrd, Safety Stressed in Thermaling, October, page 4
Wave Flying
Stalking the Mountain Wave (by Ursulia Weise), February, page 9
Tony Burton, Long Wave (Along Rock Mountains in Alberta, Canada) Explained, June, page 3
W.G. Hill, Murphy, Mother Nature and Me (Wave over Boulder, CO), August, page 25
John Ott, High Flights (Soaring Club, Colorado Springs, CO) Live Up to Its Name, September, page 28
Trailers
Tom Elmore, On Trailer Hitches, January, page 3
C.T. Burke, Call for Trailer Article, November, page 9

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Ultralights
Robert G. Chester, More on the Bowlus-Mitchell Flying Wing (and the Mitchell Wing B-10), February, page 4

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Video Tapes
Pure Flight - Transition to Soaring (30 minutes) with Cliff Robertson, February, page 13
Soaring the High Sierra (38 minutes), March, page 25
The Mountain Wave, August, page 9
Vintage Aircraft
Third Annual Western VSA Regatta Planned (for Hemet, CA), April, page 11
Raul Blacksten, Changes at VSA (Blacksten is Archivist), August, page 3

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Weight and Balance
George Thelen, Center of Gravity, Part 1, January, page 48
Wil Schuemann, Questions "Safety Corner" Conclusions, March, page 4
George Thelen, Center of Gravity, Part 2, May, page 45
Wing Loading
Rolly Clark, Reflections on a Summer's Soaring (Wing Loading, Auxiliary Powered Sailplanes, and Growth), February, page 3
Doug Jacobs, Wingloading Revisited, March, page 10
Ed Byars, Wing Loading Revisited: Yet Again, June, page 4
Tom Beltz, Support for SSA's Stand on Wing Loading, July, page 5
Judy Lincoln, Perspective: (Wing Loading Issue Evolution), August, page 46
World Class Sailplane
Opening of "World Class" Glider Design Competition Announced, February, page 11
Ray Speicher, Wait and See Not Me (to Design the World Class), March, page 4
Oran W. Nicks, The World Class Sailplane, Technical Consideration from Concept to Design Competition, May, page 29
R.T. Steils, Excited About One Design, August, page 6
World Class Update (82 Applications Submitted), August, page 10
Dick Vine, Separate One-Design from Olympics, October, page 8
WSPA
Sharon R. Smith, Tehachapi Turns The 11th Annual Women's Soaring Seminar, February, page 14
Update on 1990 Women's Soaring Seminar (at Bermuda High), August, page 9

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Youth
Stewart Aleshire, Great Grandad is Proud (of Kurtis Rodriquez and John Newman)!, March, page 11
Soaring Pilot Scholarship (1989 Winner is Adam Goucher), March, page 12
Ann O. Jackson, Catching the Wind, March, page 20
(Seven) German Youth Gliding Camps Announced, April, page 11
Youth Competition Medallion, May, page 11
Edmund C. Ginn, Jr., Eagles (Boy Scouts) First Flight, August, page 28
Randy King, Another Youngster Reports, October, page 6
1991 European Youth Championships Announced, October, page 11
D.E. Horton, Another Youngster Solos, November, page 8
Russian Teenager Solos While Guest of SSA Members (Betty and Roger Ruch), November, page 18

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No subject
Tim Cislo, John Ross Soars Above Kaena Point, Oahu in Honolulu Soaring Club's Schweizer 2-32 (note Horizon Curvature), January, cover
Rick Oberst and Jurgen Gries, A Bright Red Schweizer 1-35 in a Vertical Climb in the Southwest, February, cover
John Good, Errol Shirtliff (HP-14) and Karl Striedieck (LS-4) near Nelson, New Zealand from Good in a DG-300, April, cover
Mark Petru, L-23 Super Blanik in Flight above Clouds, May, cover
Oliver Dyer-Bennet, Two DG-600's in Close Formation, June, cover
Dave Hughes, Antelope Soaring Club's 1-26E 'Over the Top' above Mohave Desert in California, July, cover
Pete Williams, Jerry Wenger Chacks Coolant Level of Rotax Engine in his Nimbus 3DM, August, cover
Tim Cislo, Bill Devitt Soars over Central Oahu in a Schweizer 2-32, September, cover
Ed Byars, More "Hue-In and Cry-In" Please!, September, page 4
Richard Thornton, Pawnee Towplane at Work Towing a Schweizer at Fantasy Haven, October, cover
Bill Patterson, A Sailplane crosses over a road as it lands at Crowley Field, Alberta, Canada during Alberta Soaring Council's Summer Encampment, November, cover
Mark Grubb, Winter Wonderland, a snow covered Grob 103 on the ramp at Skylark North, Tehachapi, CA, December, cover
Eugene Balazs, Mission Accomplished, December, page 6


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