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Colonel Thomas P. Stafford, Chief of Astronauts, has accepted an invitation to s ~ e a k at Embrv-Riddle commencement exercises April 20, 1970 here in Daytona Beach. In a letter to President Jack Stafford Hunt; Colonel said, "Thank you for your recent letter inviting me to serve as Commencement speaker and also to recieve an Honorarv Doctor of Aeronautical ingineer-

POP MUSK: By Ann ~ a r i ePiees The music rang out last Wednesday night in rooms 108 and 110. Reason: Mrs. Kathleen Johnson, Assistant Professor of English at Stetson University was giving an "Illustrated Lecture" on Pop Music Today. Her illustrations came from a tape stereo with sounds of Dylan, Led Zeppelin and other examples of pop music. Mrs. Johnson delved into the history of pop music and what it is. It seems that pop music, which includes musicals, folk songs, soul music, and jazz, got its start about five years ago with the introduction of Bob Dylan. With the coming of electronic equipment, pop music has moved,,ahead even faster. Being saturated'' with music from every direction - radio, stereo's, TV, dances our songs have gotten comparatively shorter than those in Bach's day.

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ing Degree on April 20. Barring operational commitments which could possibly preclude my attendance, I will be honored to attend." Jerry Berndt, President of the SGA, expressed the appreciation of our fifteen hundred students at the news.. "For several years the students have wanted to meet and listen to an astronaut at Commencement

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will be speaking to us at about the same time Apollo Thirteen is returning, or splashing down, from the moon. Many of our graduating students with degrees in Aeronautical Engineering or Aeronautical Science will be entering the aero-space age at the industrial level and will be most interested in what Colonel Stsfford has to sav ''

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A t t h e seventeenth rep,ular meeting of t h e Student Government Associ a t i o n Council, held February 3 , t h e Council approved t n e p u b l i c a t i o n of t h e *'SGA?.!hi-Klnutes." The uuruose of t h e "Kini-I.:inutes" i s t o b r i n e newsworthv i n f o r m a t i o n from t h e r e e u l a r Minutes t o t h e s t u d e n t bodv: i h e c o n t e n t s a r e f a c t u a l e x c e r p t s from-the o f f i c i a l Minutes-not as lei~ithy a s thg r e g u l a r Minutes, hut more d e t a i l e d t h a n t h e former "SCA R r l e f s . " I t i s hoped t h a t t h i s i n f o r m a t i o n w i l l encourage a l l s t u d e n t s t o becmne more i n t e r e s t e d i n t h e a c t i v i t i e s of t h e SGA Council and t o suunort t h e i r r e u r e s e n t a t i v e s and o f f i c e r s i n Bn e f f o r t t o make Embrv ~ i d d 1 e . ab e t t e r place f o r a l l . To a c q u a i n t t h o s e of you u n f a m i l i a r with t h e o r d e r of b u s i n e s s a t a Council meeting, t h e following o u t l i n e i s provided: 12:15 pm each Tuesday, Room 108-meeting c a l l e d t o o r d e r by t h e Speaker of t h e Council. Heport-Gerald J. Berndt. F i r s t o r d e r of b u s i n e e s - P r e s i d e n t ' s " F i r s t Vice P r e s i d e n t ' s lieport-Daniel E. ) : a r t i n Second " Third " " II Second Vice P r e s i d e n t ' s Heport-Phillip Woodruff Fourth " " 81 Third Vice P r e s i d e n t ' s Report-I.lerritt Welch Fifth " " 11 T r e a s u r e r ' s nenort-David Raben " It I S e c r e t a r y ' s Heport-Stephen Avery sixth Seventh " " Committee Reports-Chairmen " 91 Old Business Eighth " Illnth " 'I 11 New Business )I Keeting AdJourned Tenth " " This week's "14ini-l.!inutes" e i g h t e e n t h meetings.

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The new SGA C o n s t i t u t i o n w i l l soon be presented t o P ~ e s i d e n t ~Henort s t h e Council f o r a p p r o v a l , d i s a p p r o v a l , o r f u r t h e r changes. When it goes b e f o r e t h e s t u d e n t body i n referendum, it must be approved by t h e majori t y of s t u d e n t s a t t e n d i n g t h e I n s t i t u t e . , We have r e c e i v e d a l e t t e r from Colonel Thorns P. S t a f f o r d , i n which S t a-f -f o -r d accented EHAI1s i n v i t a t i o n t o . b e t h e a- u e s t speaker n t Colonel -~ g r a d u a t i o n , A p r i l 20. ' The proposed s i g n t o he placed i n f r o n t of Dorm I was t o r e a d , "l:enls SiilgLe h e s i d e n c e . " Council passed a motion recommending t h a t "!.'en's S i n z l e " be o m i t t e d and t h e space l e f t blank, i n t h e e v e n t u a l i t y t h a t t h e dormitory i s named a f t e r someone. (14 f o r , 5 a g a i n s t , 2 a b s t e n t i o n s ) ~

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P r e s i d e n t Second Vice P r e s i d e n t P h i l Woodruff r e p o r t e d t h a t equipment (camera, e n l a r g e r , developing tnn!<s, e t c . ) was nur'When t h e yearboo!: chased hj. t h e P::O;I:IIX '6L:o r '69 o u t of i t s own budset. vns completed, t h e equipmcnt was assigned t o t h e ABIOP!; now t h c t'i!OE:!IX '70 1.s i n d i r e need of t h i s equinmcnt-they must he ab1.e t o use t h e equipment whenever t h e y need t o tqke p i c t u r e s , i f t h e y a r e t o meet t h e i r deadline. A motion t o have t h e photop,raphic equipment purchased hy t h c F.!!i>L;Ji.\ '67 s t a f f r e t u r n e d t o t h e PIIOLNIX "70 s t n f f f o r purposes of maintenance, i n v e n t o r y , and c o n t r o l , and t o have t h e equipment becone t h e property of t h e SGA, and t o have t h e equipnlent a v a i l a b l c t o t,he A V I O N and o t h e r EriAI


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p u b l i c n t i o n s under t h e proper supervisory c o n t r o l of o I'I!O&ilI:'. s t n f f member. was m s s e d 24 i n f a v o r . none a s a i n s t . 3 o h s t n i n i n a . John h i c k comkented t h n t t h e I'HOZMIX w i l l be n ycar-ro;ni opkration'from now on, with p i c t u r e s heing taken a l l y e a r long.

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v. ih f c.-l e- 72 t r i m e s. .t e- r- he&i"s .., - hours .. - ~~- a f t e r t h e s ,i -r- i~ i, e > ,. i s SublOct t o a $10 f i n e . About 200 "No s t i c k e r ' ; v i o l a t i o n s hnve been niven o u t ; tl!ose r e c e i v i n g them claim they d i d n ' t know t h e y needed a now stic!'cr. Dan Martin s t a t e d negligence of t h e law i s no excuse, and t h e r u l e s h o u l d n ' t be rescinded one inch. Dennis Krol f e l t t h e 72-hour period was t o 0 s h o r t . Dean i ! i i s f i e l d rcmarked t h a t t h e v i o l a t o r s w e r e n ' t ne" s t u d e n t s . who r e c e i v e a r e s i s t r a t i o n blank a t o r b e f o r e o r i e n t a t i o n , hut were t h e r e t u r n i n g s t u d e n t s , who ,just d o n ' t c a r e . A motion t o extend t h e 72-hour period t o one week was d e f e a t e d , 1 3 a g a i n s t , 5 i n f a v o r , no a b s t e n t i o n s . ~

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T r e a s u r e r ' s Seuort David Iiahsn pointed o u t an c r r o r i n t h i s week's r c p o r t a l 2 # m i s t a k ~ u b t r a c t i o n ,which w i l l be a d j u s t e d i n next week's r c ? o r t . The T r e a s u r e r ' s Heport was accepted a s w r i t t e n unnnimously. S e c r e t a r v ' s Hoport Ten new r e s o l u t i o n s were d i s t r i b u t e d t o comnittse chairmen. Thev included a r e q u e s t f o r a drag s t r i p , use of t h e ';/AT$ l i n e f o r s t u d e n t s , i new i s s u e d a t e f o r parking s t i c k e r s : t h e parking l o t hehind t h e n l i l r o o m being used by Sands employees, t h e parging l o t behind t h e mailroom being i n d i r e need of l e v e l i n g , r e d u c t i o n of t h e 310 l a t e - r e g i s t r a t i o n f e e , i n s t a l l a t i o n of s p e a k e r s i n t h e planning room, postinq of t h e B x e c u t i v e B o a r d r s schedules. and i n v e s t i g a t i o n of t h e Dorm I1 C o u n c i l ' s efficiency. T r a f f i c J e r r e Hood r e p o r t e d t h a t l a s t t r i m e s t e r , 3404 i n f i n e s was b i l l e d t o t h e s c h o o l , $100 was. c o l l e c t e d , and t o t a l f i n e s amounted t o 5jOL. Yearbook t h a t t h e d e a d l i n e f o r eroun n i c t u r e s i s - -..-.John . h i c k announced ~~- ~-~~ February 20. Clubs may r e q u e s t ~ P R O E N I Xphotographe; to'be p r e s e n t a t t h e i r meetings t o t a k e p i c t u r e s . A : o t t e r i n v i t i n g t h e campus coeds t o e n t e r t h e c o n t e s t f o r t h e s e l e c t i o n of I:ISS PHOEIlIX has been s e n t orit; so f a r , t h e r e s u l t s a r e n i l . None of t h e coeds seems t o want t o stand out. ~

Student Aid A p p l i c a t i o n s f o r t h e S t u d e n t Aid Grant a r e bein: accepted -I f s t u d e n t s who w i l l r o t be h e r e f o r t h e summer but w i l l r e t u r n i n t h e

now. fall wish t o a p p l y f o r t h e f a l l g r a n t , t h e y may do s o a t t h i s t i n e . Chairman Dan Sturm has c o n t a c t e d o t h e r t h e a t r e s i n t h e Daytona Beach a r e a r e e a r d i n e our s e l l i n K t i c k e t s a t reduced p r i c e s , but s o f a r has had no definite r e p l y from any of them. S o c i a l Functions Dan X e s s l e r had no f i n a l f i g u r e s on !.:onday n i ? ! ? t ' s Strawb e r r y Alarm Clock c o n c e r t , but promised a f u l l r e p o r t next week. The V a l e n t i n e ' s Day Dance w i l l be held February 14, a t t h e Desert I n n , 8 . p ~ ; dress-coat and t i e ; soda and mixers w i l l be provided; you may b r i n z your own l i q u o r ; t h e r e w i l l be two bands. I f any c l u b s wish t o havc a t n b l e r e s e r v e d , t h e y must submit t h e r e q u e s t i n w r i t i n g by 5 pm t h i s Friday t o Irr. X e s s l e r . A barbecue w i l l be held February 28 i n c o n j u n c t i o n with Greek Week; time and p l a c e t o he announced. P u b l i c R e l a t i o n s John Delafosse s t a t e d t h a t i f anyone wanted a p o s t e r made o r a message put on t h e SGA s i g n , t h e r e q u e s t must be submitted i n w r i t i n g t o him one week i n advance. F a c i l i t i e s Jim Dunn r e p o r t e d t h a t i n answer t o t h e complaint about t h s lac:' of a f i r e alarm system i n t h e Nova Road dorm, t h e school a u t h o r i t i e s f e l t t h a t i n a motel-type b u i l d i n g , a n alarm system would be u s e l e s s . Dean Snears comnented t h ~ each t anartment has a t l e a s t t h r e e e x i t s . Dorm I has an'nlarm system, but many f e e i i t i s not loud enough; i t s d e c i b e l I n answer t o t h e q u e s t i o n of why t h e Student Centcr r a t i n g w i l l be t e s t e d . i s t o i n ? t o c l o s e a t 6 Dm. Dean Suears s t a t e d t l ? a t t h e r e has becn much vandalism a t nir!t~t. Blood Drive lJennis Krol r e p o r t e d t h a t t h e p r e s i d e n t s -t i o n s havc hcen invit,ed t o next week's meeting s o t h e

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An i n v i keg was j u s t a b o u t t a p p e d "Most V a l u a b e l C o n t r i b u t a t . i o n b a n q u e t was h e l d i n when e v e r y o n e s t a r t e d a r t i o n " award which g o e s o u t his honor with guest r i v i n g w i t h d a t e s i n hand. t o J e r r y Coffman f o r dospeaker, D r . Ritchie. Dr. L i g h t s went down, t h e munating h i s savory lunch t o R i t c h i e p r e s e n t e d a n exs i c up, b e e r began t o f l o w the common c a u s e . The c e l l e n t program e n t i t l e d and f u n was t h e key work " H a l e y ' s Comet" award g o e s "Soviet Space Design", of t h e e v e n i n g . A certain t o J o h n P a t t e n who w ill showing how t h e Russians B r o t h e r performed a most n o t be s e e n a g a i n f o r 7 5 use simplicity i n t h e i r a r t i s t i c form of rock y e a r s ; and Tommy Hartman d e s i q n of s p a c e v e h i c l e s , dance f o r o u r e n t e r t a i n a s compared' t o t h e U n i t e d ment w i t h " 0 0 ' s and a h ' s " gets t h e "Work States. A f t e r t h e banquet g o i n g up from t h e g r o u p award f o r t a k i n g t i m e o u t e v e r y o n e d e p a r t e d t o t h e t h a t e n c i r c l e d him. from t h e p a r t y . t o make a n F r a t e r n i t y house t o e n j o y Tuesday we had a smoker i n v e n t o r y of t h e downa party along with a wild a t B r o t h e r Ray L o e h n e r ' s stairs broom closet. punch s e t u p by B r o t h e r house. I t was well* a t F i n a l l y , t h e " L o n g e s t SusJ i m Tillotson. Our t h a n k s t e n d e d and g a v e u s a r opt a i n e d I n t o x i c a t j ~ n "award g o e s o u t t o him f o r a w e l l p o r t u n i t y t o s i z e up more goes t o Gary Anderson who prepared evening. p o s s i b l e p l e d g e s and gave was s o bombed on Sunday The n e x t morning t h e them a n o p p o r t u n i t y to that he inadvertantly roth hers and Pledctes a t s i z e u s up. f e l l o u t of a Cessna 180 I t e n d e d o u r f i r s t ; o f t b a l l . . . -~ Our P l e d g e s ' th'is triover E u s t i s , F l a . The game (Hey, Hey, Hey,... m e s t e r a r e g o i n g t o b e ac-; co-recipients of the Lobe t o p l a y s o f t b a l l ) . tive little fellows. "Death o f t h e P a r t y " award The winning p i t c h e r award Greek Week w i l l be t h e i r a r e l i s t e d a s m i s s i n g and q o e s o u t t o Mike Thompkins f i r s t venture with the presumed d e a d . They a r e t h e o n l y home r u n and Brothers i n g e t t i n g ready Ray Lee and Ed B r i g g s and award o o e s o u t t o Biq J i m f o r t h e C a r n i v a l on F r i a s soon a s t h e y o r t h e i r sheibinger. The - f i n a l 'day. .. . b o d i e s a r e found, awards s c o r e w i t h a v i c t o r y over S t e v e P a t t e n i s now a . w i l l be p r e s e n t e d accordt h e AHP was 12-9. That's Brother a f t e r being i n i ingly. one down a n d n i n e t o go! t i a t e d a t our l a s t regular, I n new news, we have F i n a l l y , look o u t f o r meeting. He was o u t o f some new p l e d g e s i n o u r t h e upcoming Greek week town f o r t h e i n i t i a t i o n . midst. John J o h n s , Denis a l o n g w i t h a n SGA Bar-B-Q. dinner. congratualtions, S t . H i l l i a r d and J i m Lacey I t w i l l b e a week t h a t Steve. a r e t h e l u c k l e s s t r i o and s h o u l d p r o v e a l o t of fun Brother Reid S w a r t z should prove t o be good for all. More d e t a i l s t o o k h i s Navy p h y s i c a l on B r o t h e r s someday. w i l l be i n n e x t week a r t h e 3 0 t h and p a s s e d . AnoT h a t ' s a b o u t it again t i c a l from t h e " P r o f e s ther great military leader t h i s week. S e e you a l l a t sionals" on h i s way t o t h e t o p . t h e Dance on S a t u r d a y and Speaking of military, on t h e s o f t b a l l diamond on a l u m n i B r o t h e r J o h n Cook Sunday. Happy V a l e n t i n e ' s made a s u r p i r s e v i s i f ' t o Day. . u s l a s t weekend from t h e Army and w i l l b e i n town BY DON OSMUNDSON t h e cour>e of t h e e v e n i n g f o r a b o u t a n o t h e r week. . Happenings t h i s week it was p r o u d l y announced I t i s t h i s w r i t e r ' s underincluded: a successful that our local social fras t a n d i n g t h a t he i s v c r y r u s h p a r t y , t h e f i n a l det e r n i t y i s o f f i c i a l l y pea d e p t a t d i s a r m i n g mines c i s i o n on p l e d g e b i d s , t h e t i t i o n i n g Sigma C h i Naand bombs b u t h i s r i f l e tional. There i s s t i l l a announcement ~ ~ ~ ~t h a ~t -Siama shooting could use more l o n g way t o g o b u t t h e .Chi D e l t a i s now o f f i c i a l oractice. feeling i s t h a t the goal l y p e t i t i o n i n g Sigma C h i B r o t h e r Ken Wixon s p e n t be we have set w i l l National S o c i a l Fraternil a s t Sunday i n a G-140 on reached. t y , a l o s t s o f t b a l l game, F i r e P a t r o l f o r f i v e hours and a aood showins a t a Sunday following t h e with h i s uncle. He t o l d Rush p a r t y , t h e f i r s t s o f t r a t h e r p o o r show. me it was i n t e r e s t i n g b u t , Saturday night the b a l l game was p l a y e d a t 8 due t o t h e " f i r m n e s s " o f B r o t h e r s o f Sigma C h i D e l o'clock i n t h e morning. t h e s e a t s , h e wished h e t a w e r e h o s r t o a n impresThe previous nights' had a c u s h i o n a l o n g . s i v e g r o u p o f r u s h e e s with1 activities collected their serious i n t e r e s t i n our, t o l l i n impaired v i s i o n , [ I ' l l s e e you a l l in I t was a n exfraternity. and substandard perforcellent o p p o r t u n i t y for,' t h i s column a g a i n next mance. The men o f Sigma, all to get further week;so u n t i l then, w i l l Chi D e l t a g a v e 100%: how-. acquaintzd and d i g a defi-, t h e ' B r o t h e r who h a s t h e CONTINUED PAGE 9 n a t e l y guod s c e n e . nuring' scrapbook g i v e it back! By A r t E r i c s o n

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BY TOM DOYLb Worcester ~unicipal' Airport, 0539 hours. mlst There's a chilly hanging i n t h e a i r and a light b r e e z e i s coming a c r o s s t h e f i e l d from t h e northeast. I t ' s n o t unlike a thousand other mornings a l i t t l e d i f f e r ent - for you anyway. Why? Well, today y o u ' v e got a businessman who wants you t o t a k e him i n t o JFK. You walk t o t h e FSS thinking, "Oh, what t h e h e l l , i t ' s j u s t another a i r p o r t , " b u t , t h a t knot i s s t i l l i n your stomach and you're not fooling anyone. YOU enter the FSS. You've been t h e r e a thousand t i m e s b e f o r e , but t h i s tlme t h e t e l e t y p e s seem l o u d e r and t h e a i r a l i t t l e omlnous. "Hi y a ' Bob! What d o e s t h e weat h e r l o o k l i k e down around New York?" Bob, a l i t t l e chubby character with a soothing, a l l business v o i c e and p r o f e s s i o n a l manner, usua l l v i n s v i r e d c o- n f i d e n c e . " w e i l , y o u ' r e VFR t o t h e Connecticut shore, but t h e Sound and Lonq I s l a n d a r e "YO; have j u s t solid. l o s t what l i t t l e c o n f i dence you had g a i n e d by Bob's winning ways. "Long I s l a n d MacArthur i s r e p o r t i n g 700 f e e t and a m i l e i n ground f o g . TetePb T O i s 500 f e e t and 374 of a m i l e i n smoke." "What a b o u t JFK." " T h e v ' r e r e ~ o r t i n s 500 and a m i l e and-a h a l f ." "Does La Guardia look any b e t t e r ? " "NO- t h e y ' r e r e p o r t i n g t h e same a s T e t e r b o r o . " e ,,O . K . , I ' d l i k e t o f i l e f o r a 0700 hour d e p a r t u r e for JFK. I'm flying N67bR and I ' d l i k e a d i - . r e c t t o t h e Futnam VOR, V475 t o t h e Deer P a r k , VOR A l t i t u d e 8000 f e e t . " "O.K., 1 1 p u t it t h r o u g h f o r you. " A f t e r c o f f e e and e g g s , , w i t h o u t g r i t s , you go o u t and preflight the aircraft. Everything looks a l l r i g h t , s? you and t h e p a s s e n g e r c l h b on board.: A f t e r f i r i n g up t h e o l e e n g i n e and a p r e l i n i n a r y i n s t r u m e n t check, you make your initial call up. "Worcester ground, t h i s 1s ~~

Cessna November 767 Romeo, IFR t o JLK." "Rogfr, 67 Romeo, s t a n d by one. A minute p a s s e s . ' ' 6 7 Romeo, we have your c l e a r a n c e , a d v i s e when you a r e r e a d y t o copy." ' ;"67 Romeo i s c l e a r e d t o t h e Deer P a r k VOR by r o u t e f i l e d , a l t i t u d e 12000 f t . After t a k e o f f , climb t o and m a i n t a i n 12000. Con.tact departure control 121.1 when p a s s i n g through 1000 f e e t . "Did you s a y 12000 f e e t on t h a t a l t i t u d e ? " " A f f i r m a t i v e 67 Romeo. " "Ah, n e g a t i v e on t h a t ground c o n t r o l . T h i s is a 172 w i t h no oxygen aboard. "Roger 67 Romeo, understand you c a n ' t a c c e p t 12000, Standby." A p a u s e , "67 Romeo, you c a n s h u t down your e n g i n e i f you like, I ' v e been a d v i s e d t h a t t h i s may take a while. Watch t h e tower f o r a 1j.ght. " "O.K., 67 Romeo". Ab o u t twenty m i n u t e s l a t e r , a flashing green l i g h t comes from t h e t o w e r , s o you s t a r t the engine. This time you g e t your 8000 f e e t , b u t your c l e a r a n c e l i m i t i s a b o u t 10C m i l e s n o r t h of Deer Park. So, what c a n you do? YOU g e t o u t on t 5 e r u n way and t a k e o f f . A f t e r f l y i n g a course t h a t resembles a F r e u d i a n nighmare, w i t h about f i f t y m i n u t e s w o r t h of holds thrown i n , you finally r e a c h t h e Deer Park VOR. You a r e now t o l d t h a t vou a r e number t e n t o l a n d on runway 22R and t h a t you can e x p e d t approach c l e a r ance i n a b o u t twenty minutes. Oh, t h e passenger? He's s i t t i n g t h e r e v e r y calmly w i t h h i s f i n g e r s inbeded i n h i s atache c a s e and h i s e y e s g l u e d t o h i s Acutron. Finally, the word comes. "67 Roger, t h i s i s Kennedy a p p r o a c h , you may s t a r t your approach. Rep o r t t o t h e o u t e r marker. inbound." "67, Romeo, r o g e r " . Three m i n u t e s later, 'you a r e t u r n i n g t o a headi n g of 220' t o intercept t h e ILS, when you g e t ano-, ther call. "67 Romeo, t h i s i s Kennedy a p p r o a c h , we .have . you t h r e e m i l e s

from t h e o u t e r marker. Could you expedj t e ? " "O.K., Kennedy, I'll try." A minute o r s o pass e s and you r e p o r t - "67 Romeo o u t e r marker inbound. " "Understand 67 Romeo, outer marker inbound. P l e a s e e x p e d i t e - 707, 15 miles out." A t t h i s p o i n t , you look a t your a i r s p e e d i n d i c a t o r and i t ' s readinci 130 MPH. You're d i v i n g down t h e g l i d e scope l i k e you were going t o s t r a f e t h e f i e l d i n s t e a d of l a n d on i t . With a s l i g h t s i g n , you answer, "Roger, J F K . " A little later, the yellow marker l i g h t on your instrument panel flashes and t h e audio screams in your ear. Heads up and you have t h e runway l i g h t s . S w i t c h i n g t o tower f r e q u e n c y you r e p o r t t h a t you have t h e runwav and vou a r e o i v r n p e r m i s s i o n t o l a n d . You l o o k a t your airspeed, even though you have a good i d e a what i t ' s g o i n g t o b e , 140 MPH. So what d o you do? Carb h e a r on and t h r o t t l e back. Just a l i t t l e t o o Sudden; t h e e n g i n e pops and your p a s senger i s t r y i n g t o g e t 'out. You s a y something like, n o t h l n g t o worry a b o u t - j u s t a l i t t l e back fire. Happens a l l the time. You l a n d a l i t t l e l o n g , b u t what t h e h e l l , you've g o t a l m o s t 12000 f e e t and you o n l y needed t h e l a s t 1000 anyway.

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By Jerry Swyka The decibel level is maybe two and one half times over what the normal human ear can stand. The two rails slowly bound up the return road on their way to the staging area, their exhausts crackling and blasting as the two drivers continually blip the throttles. As the dragsters pass you, the fumes from the burnt nitromethan makes your eyes tear and your' nose run. The noise nearly deafens you. The screams fiom the crowd do deafen you. The rails make their turn and pull up near the starting line, the drivers still rapping the throttles to keep the 1500 horse power Hemi's from stalling and also to cool them with quick blasts of fuel. The rails stop somdwhere near the starting line. Two members from each pit crew with their ears stuffed with cotton wipe down the tires while two others pour white plastic bottles of bleach over the,,two 15 inch slicks. The P.A announcer roars, "Burn Out" and the pit crew runs away toward the two cars, ~oward the stands, anywhere. The revs on both rails come up and with a gigantic lurch the rails burn out. Great clouds of rubber smoke one hundred feet high, exude from the monsterous slicks. The driver sometimes actually lighting the tires on fire from the friction and nitro fumes. After about three of these your head feels like it's going to split open and spill your brains out.

Machines, now with their tires soft and sticky enouoh for the final so the brake hard and screech to a stop. Their crews are carefully guiding them up to the starting line again. This is it. The rails carefully stage an eighth of an inch at a time. Both staged lights come on and both drivers bring their revs up to a predetermined RPM, predetermined by many days of practice in off-theline technique. The lights tick dowi~. The crowd is silent. The engines strain. The GREEN flashes on and both drivers dump the clutch and GO. No smoke this time, no dramatics. The slider clutch is doing its work and the big slicks ripple up and dig in. Both cars are launched out like mis' siles side by side. Both drivers on it all the way. "TO the woods" would be an understatement. Both cars hit the half way point and they're still wheel to wheel. The revs are still climbing and the exhaust note is unbelievable. As the rails pass you, the noise splits your ear drums if you don't cover them with your hands. The raw stench of nltro fumes are unbelievalbe. The ground and stands shutter and vibrate as 3000 horsepower roar pass you, three thousand horsepowcrtthat .have juSt accelerated two machines to over 150 mph in about five seconds. You watch in awe as the two machines hurdle down what's left of the quarter mile. Both machines are still accelerating at their maximum capability. The exhausts almost drown out the roar of the crowd as both machines pour it on to the finish line. Then it happens. The rail on the right pulls out by a foot. Both drivers still in it all the way. The dragster on the right has that extra bit of CONTINUED NEXT PAGE.

Daytona Beach, Fla........ Stock car racing giant DeWayne (Tiny) Lund will be one of the busiest men in town, Feb. 19-22. During the four-day span, the 6'4, 250-pound fish camp operator from Cross, S.C., will compete in a 125-mile qualifying race for the Daytona 500, the Daytona Permatex 300, the Florida Citrus 250 and the famed Daytcna 500 four races featuring more than 1,000 miles of highspeed competition. Lund's marathon effort begins Thursday, Feb. 19, in one of the two qualifying sashes that determine the starting positions in the Daytona 500. ~ h Veteran s campaigner. then takes the green flag in the annual Florida Citrus 250, the first NASCAR Grand American challange Series (formerly Grand Touring) event of 1970. Lund. who won the Grand Touring national championship in 1968, will drive a 1969 Camaro entered by Ron Hopkins of Greenville, S.C., in the 250-miler over Davtona's 3.81-mile circuit. Saturday, Feb. 21, will see Lund in the favorite's role for the annual Permatex 300-miler for NASCAR's late model sportmans cars. Both Lund and the 1966Bondy Long Ford he'll drive have seen victory in the soortsman ~ ~ 300-mile classic. LeeRoy Yarbrouqh drove the Long Ford to victory in last year's Permatex race. ~und-drovethe same car to victory last fall in the first annual Talladega Permatex 300. Lund will be driving one of the winged Dodge Daytonas in the qualifying battle and the February 22nd Daytona 500. The new car is owned by John McConnel of Montreal, Can.

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finally broke out that Terry and the Pirates screamed all the way from 14th place to the 13th position. This is truly phenominal performance so we will be watching them closely in the future. But, alas: This comeback was performed without Vicki Smith so just imagine what will happen upon her return. Don't feel bad, Vicki, they still heed and love you. Messeurs Surette, Shooman, Lpwe and Hannan weatheted last week's competition in fine style thus remaining in first place. You uuvs had better stay sharp or Terry' and his Pirates will get you next. Bill Wachter had the high game with a 206., Congratulations,.Bill, and .

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,@pod I - . / > SIGMA C H I COI1TI'::'C.P ever, 50% of this' was spent in getting up and to the playing.field. Monday night a majority of the Brothers and their dates attended the concert sponsored by the Student Government Association. The performance was not earth-shattering by any means but Sigma Chi Delta did support the SGA by attending. AS these events move into history the coming *events move closer. The alumni of Sigma Chi in Daytona Beach will be having a party this Friday and Saturday. Also, the SGA is holding its Valentine's dance. The pledge period will also be starting with pledge invitatlons being sent out. All in all an active week to look forward to. .

BY MARTY STILLING "Our Society is based on competition. If it isn't impressed upon you at home scramblg. with the for love between brother and Sister, they really lay it down to you in school in numbers any child can understand that's what grading is. " Lenny Bruce has given us many such examples of wit and cutting critical analysis in his autobiograpny How to Talk Direy acd Influence People. "You bring home 100% and your mother hugs you and your father pats you on the .: back. The teacher beams at you. But not your schoolmates; they know your in competition. with tlrrm. Everybody wants love and acceptance and he soon learns that one way to geg it us by getting : ' higher marks than the other fellow." Bruce's undermining attack on one of our fundamental structures has brousht to mind the days when the three o'clack bell shattered my sleep. Did we learn by choice or indoctrination in grades one through twelve? To refresh your memories "I pledge allegiance.. "

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Across town at the airport, a Sophomore wal seVerely burned trying to put out a brush fire in a secluded field off Clyde Morris. Since only trees and scrub brush were destroyed, police a r e still puzzled when the student describes it as a "grass fire". Last but not least, after hearing that a gas station on Mason Avenue had been robbed six times in the past few weeks, Bryan Golly, a freshman, volunteered to guard the: place after closinq time.

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Afro-American student Union took a big step towards better relations last weekend when they donated five hundred sheets to the Daytona Beach xu Klux Klan Ladies Auxiliary. ~h~ hard-working spent all black students collecting day Saturday the sheets from the udangerous disease" wards of the various county hospitals.

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ratings" are to be given as Outstanding, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory, report cards must be returned within three days. We were always taught that school equaled education. And without education. And without education you were at a loss. Then why when three o'clock bell would ring were there smiles. The Study Hall Daydreams: hears a truck traveling down the road, sees filter the . sunlight through the curtains, listens to little children' playing in their ' bhck yards, closes his textbook.


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lFR CONTINUED Guess what the first' words from the tower are ,before your wheels even stop squealing? That's right: "67 Romeo, please 'ex~edite. Left turn first taxiway, turn to ground control 121.9 when clear of active. Well, it's not quite over yet, taxiing at a place like Kennedy can be an experience in itself as can getting back out. Unfortunately, what I think we see here, in this not so uncommon ex erience, is a general trens, not only at New York, but at most of the major traffic hubs. You've got to be able to travel high and fast, and of course. on instruments. or not ao-atall. You mav say, "~;11, that's ~ennedy. I wouldn't go in there anyway." You're right to go into a place like Kennedy unless vou have to. is ridiculous. The time is coming, nevertheless, when you won't be able to get within 50 miles of . New York, Chicago or Miami, unless you're flying a light twin or an IFR flight plan. If you're involved in aviation and intend to continue to be involved, you should be concerned. It cuts the usefulness and practicality of the light aircraft to almost zero. This , can have wide reaching effects 06 the industry in which we are all involved. . If no one is buying small aircraft, then there is no sense in building them. If they aren't built, they need very little service and, of course, you can't fly them. so what can we do? At this point very little,, but we can do a little., There's an organization on. campus called the AIAA.1 It's membership consists of students in Vanagement, Engineering, Aeronautical, Science, and Maintenance. They.represent the future' of all. phases of aviation.i When they get together,' they exchange ideas. Who knows: Hopefully, some of these peo'ple will hold good positions someday.. Then they will be able $0 implement programs and, changes that will benefiti aviation overall.

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By Richard T. White In this fourth and last installment of this series we will take a look at the Academic Faculty Association and its various committees. Some 820 of you registered in the various academic programs meet face to face each day with some of the 40 faculty members, but how many of you really understand what makes the faculty tick? What force unites them in their own right and what efforts have they taken for the good of the school and the students?

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cerned with the welfare of the faculty, some project spinoffs have benefited the students as well. Among these Mr. Campbell summer cites the split trimester and the over-all upgrading of the teaching standards here at ER. The latter is a continuous function of the Academic Standards Committee of the Association.

Mr. Campbell, whose Chairmanship requires much discretion and careful planning, claims that ER is in the peculiar position of having a whole faculty which is relatively new to the school. Only a few teachers have been at ER for five yars and the average is only three years. This longevity factor may, however, become an asset to the school in the future: young blood tends to become less bogged down in minor details of the Association's projects.

The function which probably concerns the students' welfare most is the Student Life coinittee headed by Mr. E. Lowell Chrisman. This committee Is our Faculty active stands ready and willing The Academic Faculty foy the benefit of the to concern itself with afAssociation is composed of 'fairs school: Yes, through the which could directly nearly all faculty rnemAcaaemic Faculty Associaaffect the students' life bers. The group has its tion and its various comat ER. Even though most own simple constitution, a ,of mittees the sta.ldards in the Association's prochariman (Mr. Roger Campthe classroom have come a jects must follow the line bell), and three standing long way in a few years of authority from the committees which, along and will probably progress Deans to the President with various ad hoc commuch more in the future. recommendations brought mittees from time to time forth by the Student Life accomplish all the necesMISERY I S s n o s m . Committee would probably sary business of the encounter less red . tape group. The purpose of the H A V I N G THE FLUthan othir similar actions Association as stated in its Constitution is: to. from the Association. provide carefu1:~discussion and study of matters of' ,responsibilities,perroga! :tives and irterests of the Faculty in areas of academic affairs, student life and faculty. To ac-, complish these duties the Association holds one meeting each month under the direction of its Chariman, Roger Campbell, who is also the head of sga s t u d e ~ l taid the Social Science Department. Mr. Campbell claims that even though the Association is primarily con-

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