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VOLUME V I

MARCH 5 , 1971

Earlier this year, George Brewer and Ron DeVoy, s t u d e n t s of W r y Rlddle A e r o n a U t i ~ a l Unir V B T S ~ ~ Y , contacted Mr. Cuddy , P r i n c i p a l of Seab r e e z e High School. Being long time s t u d e n t s of a v i a t i o n , they thought they might be of some a s s i s tance i n the presentation Of a basic Aeronautics Course, o f f e r e d t o a r e a students attending Seahand

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a t Embry-Riddle i n Septemb e r of 1967 and i s i n t h e f i n a l s t a g e s of r e c e i v i n g h i s Bachelor of Science Degree i n h i r c r a f t Engine e r i n g Maintenance Tec:.no-, logy. Re i s a p i l o t and l i c e n s e d by t h e F e d e r a l Aviation Agency (FAA) a s a basic ground-school in- 3 t r u c t o r . Mr. Brewer. has been a me*er in good' s t a n d i n g s i n c e 1968 i n R1pha E t a Rho, an i n t e r n a ;:;ylt~a;;;;s~::er;;~y

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The b u i l d i n g w i l l be c e n t r a l l y l o c a t e d on t h e new campus, and w i l l be b u i l t i n two p l a s e s . It has been proposed t h a t c o n s t r u c t i o n of Phase I i n c l u d e the following: Food S e r v i c e Post Offices

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I am happy t o announce t h a t a f t e r a meeting Wednesday w i t h P r e s i d e n t Hunt t h i s y e a r s g r a d u a t i o n exe r c i s e s w i l l be h e l d Monday n i g h t , A p r i l 1 9 t h i n ,Peabody Auditorium. I would l i k e t o say t h a t P r e s i d e n t H u n t was very helpful i n clearing up t h i s mess t h a t was c r e a t e d by l a s t y e a r SGA e x e c u t i v e board. This g r o s s overs i g h t i s only one on a l i s t of many communication foul-ups. Another example of a communication breakdown t h a t has come t o my a t t e n t i o n t h i s p a s t week i s t h e m i s s p e l l i n g of Daytona on ,

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Dear E d i t o r , A s t u d e n t newspaper i s supposed t o be t h e v o i c e I wonder of t h e s t u d e n t s . i f t h e members of the AVION s t a f f r e a l i z e t h i s ? I t h i n k perhaps you do, and choose t o i g n o r e it. Do you h o n e s t l y b e l i e v e that you r e p r e s e n t t h e s t u d e n t s when you p r i n t an a r t i c l e on how t o avoid a r r e s t when you want t o o b t a i n and smoke marijuana I d o n ' t t h i n k you do. I further believe t h a t you abuse your r i g h t t o f r e e dom of t h e p r e s s when you print such articles. When w i l l you p r i n t p l a n s f o r t h e p e r f e c t murder o r the perfect theft? I f t h a t a r t i c l e was a l l you had p r i n t e d t h i s t r i I would probably s a y nothi n g . Among o t h e r t h i n g s , t h e " C r u e l t y Joke of t h e Week" showed g r e a t t a s t e

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t h i s years c a l s s rings. I hope t o have t h i s mistake c l e a r e d ' up by March 1 2 t h s o t h a t graduating seniors w i l l have t h e i r r i n g s i n time f o r g r a d u a t i o n . Dean Spears informed me l a s t Friday t h a t any outo f - s t a t e Embry Ri.ddle s t u d e n t s a r r e s t e d i n Daytona Beach Shores w i l l be i m urisoned u n t i l bond i s iosted. This includes t r a f f i c violations. This a b r u p t change i n p o l i c y i s t h e d i r e c t r e s u l t of an Embry Riddle s t u d e n t f a i l i n g t o appear i n c o u r t a f t e r a second warning by t h e Daytona Beach Shores police chief and Dean Spears. This should make i t clear t o a l l s t u d e n t s t h a t i t i s up t o us t o uphold our o b l i g a t i o n s o r the whole s t u d e n t body w i l l suffer.

S t a n Widak President Two r e c e n t e v e n t s , worthy of much attention, went v i r t u a l l y unnoticed i n your p u b l i c a t i o n . The members of D e l t a Chi f r a t e r n i t y a r e conducting a worthwhile campaign t h a t c e r t a i n l y could have used your s u p p o r t . The r e c e n t purchase made by t h i s univ e r s i t y shows, i n my opinion, a mislaid s e t of priorities. s u r e l y , a pap e r t h a t t h i n k s marijuana right would l a b e l t h i s purchase a s wrong. There i s a g e n e r a l mood of apathy on c a m p s . The AVION i s i n a p o s i t i o n t o end t h i s mood. I t h i n k t h a t you should t r y . Henry M. Cothran C l a s s of ' 7 2 Dear S t u d e n t s , For t h o s e of you w h o have been a t Riddle a s long as I have and are wondering when w e w i l l g e t

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it a l l t o g e t h e r , t h e r e ' s good n e w . Progress i s being made. A c h a p t e r of t h e American A s s o c i a t i o n of U n i v e r s i t y P r o f e s s o r s hae been formed a t ERAU. YOU, a s a s t u d e n t , a r e probably wondering what t h i s has t o do w i t h you, Why should you concern yocrself with a f a c u l t y group? well, t h i s is THE group t h a t a d m i n i s t e r s your e d u c a t i o n . They a r e s t r i v i n g t o upgrade your e d u c a t i o n and p r o t e c t your r i g h t s ! I know of no b e t t e r way t o e x p l a i n t h e i r ~ h i l o s o o h vthan t o a u o t e it: "The men and women who make up t h e AAUP a r e n o t a professional caste who c a r e onlv about t h e i r Lmmediate p e r s o n a l i n t e r e s t s T h e i r b a s i c commitment i s t o t h e cause of h i g h e r edu c a t i o n , and t o t h e development and ~ ~ k a i n t e n a n c eof s t a n d a r d s of e x c e l l e n q e . We do n o t r e g a r d p r o f e s s o r s a s ends i n themselves They a r e maintained by society t o teach students and t o extend t h e f r o n t i e r of knowledge. If students a r e t o be t a u g h t e f f e c t i v e l y , and i f knowledge i s t o be expanded, t h e n a l l t h o a r e involved i n t h e educational enterprise must he f r e e from i n v i d i ous c o n t r o l s . T h i s i s t h e c e n t r a l meaning of Associa t i o n . Our c o l l e g e s and universities a r e not instruments of orouaaanda:

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on the cmpus. Their staad on student rights and freedoms conforms in many ways with our own views and as the old saying goes "two heads are better than one." However, like the students, the members of the AAUP need support and recognition. We as students should realize the value of such a group and hope that the administration will also. It is our hope that in the near future a student-faculty coalition can be formed with thc help of the AAUP. The channels of communication are being .opened now--show your concern and interest. Dan Smock.

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NEW COACH in TOWN Bob Duden The outlook wasn't brilliant for the Riddle nine that day. There was no more money in the bank with eight more games to play. And when two more bats had broken and six balls had come undone, A sickly look ran cross the face of young Coach nnderson. Oh if only there was money mighty money . needed fast. The fans could go on screaming with just a little cash, B U Dean ~ "Mu was a soccer fan and as keeper of the buck When it came to baseball the team was out of luck. ~ u t coach let go a wallop to man at .-the ~ ~soccer school, And proceeded quick to ~ u l lsome strings.Youn9 bary was no f00i. so when the dust had settled down and amazement died away, The coach had an assistant financial you might, say! w d from the bleachers packed with fans arose a deafening scream, For DeMoss the finance wizard was advancing to the team. In his hand a checkbook that was full of private dough, That he had offered just in case. equipment should run low. Maybe somewhere in this favored land, soccer might be king. And if you listen hard enough a single fan might sing. sut if Riddle fans ore dancing, listen to them

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The rumor is true, Mr. DeMoss, the financial aide officer at Riddle has kindly consented to devote his own time and should the need arise, his own money to the Eagles base ball team. This gesture was greatly appreciated by the team and will apparently take some of the pressure off them. It's becoming a rarity when an interested individual activily takes a part and so .to Mt. DeMoss, Good Luck and Thank You! On the other side of the fence, the school was finally been convinced that there is a basketball and baseball team. The new budget has been drafted and appropriate funds will be given to each. By appropriare they mean enough money to bring baseball and basketball almost up to par with soccer at ERAU. Now that the administration has finally relented maybe the students will take an active interest too!

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BY GARY ANDERSON Last week a rumor started spreading around campus that our administration was about to be replaced by machines. When I heard this,I rnic.heP over to the administration building where I was confronted at the door by a glowing line of data banks that kept flashing on and off. At first I thought that it was a new coke machine and put in a 'quarter. When I did, the mach~nespat out a little I.B.M. card which said: "This unit is a homeostatic enervated robot burea-' cratically interconnected educator (Herbie). Any question may be directed verbally. " "Where is Dean Mansfield?' "Click, click,whirr,ding!! .Mansifeld H . U . serial no. 807822... model discontinued. This unit is authorized to complete the foilowina Mansfield functions: a. dispense soccer balls b. sign insurance forms. c. dispose of sandals.

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"Where's my quarter?" "Ding! Quarter has been placed in building fund for computer housing unit!'

"I can see that you'll get along well here H.E.R.B.I. E. By the way, where is Dean Spears?"

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,UoRM 2 COUNCIL The s t u d e n t s of t h e Dorm I1 C o u n c i l h e l d a m e e t i n g Monday n i g h t a t s i x . At t h e m e e t i n u- .. t h e following s u b j e c t s were discussed: THE BUS SCHEDULE: The bus s c h e d u l e r e v i s i o n we a s k e d f o r i s now i n e f f e c t on a t r i a l b a s i s . The b u s w i l l l e a v e Dorm I1 a t s i x 0 ' c l o c k p.m. f o r t h e l i b r a r y at ten o'clock p.m. maximum u s a g e o f t h i s s e r v i c e w i l l i n s u r e i t s continuance. DAYTONA NEWSPAPERS:We a r e trying t o get subscription s e r v i c e f o r a Daytona pap e r f o r Dorm 11. Anybody i n t e r e s t e d in a s u b s c r i p t i o n l e t yollr c o ~ l n c i lmemb e r know. INVENTORY SHEETS:At t h i s t i m e t h e c o u n c i l i s worki n g on a n i n v e n i o r y s h e e t . The p u r p o s e o f t h i ; s h e e t i s t o prevent t h e students

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from being charged f o r m i s s i n g i t e m s which were n o t i n t h e room o r i g i n a l l y Any s u g g e s t i o n s o n t h i s w i l l be appreciated. COMPLAINT L1NE:We a r e t r y ing t o establish a defin i t e W d o m p l a i n tl i n e " to p r e v e n t any s t u d e n t " r u n ar0und"between t h e admini s t r a t i o n s ' housing o f f i c e and t h e Daytona Apartments Managers' O f f i c e . RECREATION RO0M:The p o s s i b i l i t i e s of a " r e c r e a t i o n room" h a s b e e n d i s c u s s e d . We a r e l o o k i n g f o r suggest i o n s o n i t s l o c a l e and c o n t e n t s . L e t y o u r counc i l member know what you think. FEMALES:Xf .we k e e p s i g n i n g i n t h e c h i c k s we s h o u l d be a b l e t o prove t o t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n t h a t we a r e r e s p o n s i b l e enough t o d o away w i t h i t . Keep up t h e good work.

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Z@A A X Alpha Eta Rho BY BOB DUDEN

Now t h a t t h e b i g week of mid-terms has ground t o a c l o s e , we can welcome a l l t h e shell-schocked back t o r e a l i t y . The b r o t h e r s of Rho took t h e week o f f and s a t down t o some pure s t u dying. Now that the weekend i s h e r e though, we can once a g a i n continue t h e merriment. This p a s t weekend t h e pledges threw a p a r t y on behalf of t h e b r o t h e r s . This f r i e n d l y g e s t u r e was designed t o cushion t h e blow of h e l l wesk which i s now upon t h e pledges. The week of fun and games w i l l conclude s h o r t l y and add s i x n o r e new members t o AHP L a s t Sunday, Rho once a g a i n took t o t h e diamond and almost b i t o f f more than they could chew. Leading i n t o t h e l a s t inni n g , p i t c h e r Ivan t h e Terr i b l e , ran i n t o control problems. Fireman Dickie White had t o be c a l l e d i n t o quelch t h e r a l l y . The final score was 12-10 which s h o t a few h o l e s i n to o u r d e f e n s e of t h e y e a r philosophy. A l o t of credit t o the "D-Bags" who p u t up more of a f i g h t t h a n we expected. Two d i s t i n g u i s h e d Rho b r o t h e r s have been t o Seahreeze High School and w i l l probably s t a r t teachi n g some of t h e A v i a t i o n oriented courses there George Brewer and Ron Devoy, both with basic ground i n s t r u c t o r l i c e n s e s w i l l t a k e some of the l o a d o f f t h e p r e s e n t administration and give sbme young p i l o t s an i n s i g h t i n t o aviation. 1 Thursday, t h e members h i p took a t r i p t o Jacksonville Center. The brothers g o t t h e cooks t o u r and now know a l i t t l e b i t more o f how a n a i r traffic control center operates. Upcoming on t h e e v e n t s c a l e n d a r w i l l be a bar-becue and p a r t y w i t h t h e f a s t becoming famous T r i D e l t a g i r l s from S t e t s o n . This is temporarily planned f o r t h i s Sunday, but d e f i n i t e confirmation has n o t been s e t . Could be fun.

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Rho has received word from our s l e e p i n g National We now have 49 c h a p t e r s located throughout t h e country. Eta Chapter i n San J o s e S t a t e , has i n v i t e d us to attend Meet A p r i l 29, an A i r May 1. Financially speaking, i t would t a k e a l i t t l e cash from E-RAU t o make t h e t r i p and t h a t about s t o p s US s h o r t r i g h t there. Good-bye from t h e house of Rho, a l s o one of . t h e . f r e e worlds' b e s t .

Delta Chi by Bob A r g i l a There was an ominous s i l e n c e over t h e v a s t body of water a s t h e two s e a powers prepared t o go i n t o b a t t l e . A t l a s t , t h e act i o n began a s t h e Armada of b r o t h e r s gave a p i e r c i n g b a t t l e c r y and t h r u s t t h e i r oars i n t o the pollut e d water. The f l e e t of oledae s h i ~ s a l s o Dropell;d themselves bith l i g h t n i n g speed toward t h e two f o r c e s . I t was appare n t t h a t a tremendous amount o f d e s t r u c t i o n was about t o t a k e p l a c e , t h e i n e v i t a b l e c o l l i s i o n between b o a t s , b o d i e s , o a r s , e t c . h o r r i f i e d t h e viewers of t h e o r d e a l . The casua l i t i e s included one o a r , a couple of l i f e p r e s e r v e r s , and numerable wet wallets. So concluded a n o t h e r 0r.e of o u r high>y

s u c c e s s f u l pledge v e r s u s b r o t h e r canoe f i g h t s a t beautiful Tomoka State Park. The weekend was c l i maxed even b e f o r e t h e p i c n i c a s we won a s o f t b a l l game (finally) against Sigma Phi Delta. I'd still l i k e t o know who t h e freaky looking bearded wonder was p l a y i n g 3rd base f o r Sigma Phi Delta: We had an i n j u r y a l s o i n t h a t game. Brother A r t Ericson displayed his b a l l e t s t e p s a c r o s s home plate b u t s l i p p e d , and smashed h i s s h o u l d e r . Too bad, w e ' l l miss h i s g r e a t showmanship. We w i l l miss three b r o t h e r s t h i s weekend a s they w i l l be going t o a r e g i o n a l conference i n A l abama. The representat i v e s f o r us w i l l be brot h e r s : Kent Roper, Mike Harvey, and Ed Fusco. Thdy promise t o b r i n g back some i n t e r e s t i n g g o s s i p i f they come back. Well, that concludes another week from Delta Chi. Y a ' l l be good, h e a r ? P.S. o u r garage i s c l e a n a g a i n . PPS.Happy Birthday t o brot h e r s J i m Zock, P a t Phelan Hank Toohey, and anyone e l s e who had one. They a l l t u r n e d 21. Bye.

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JOBS CONT'D Embry R i d d l e a s well as the Fraternity, especially th: t e l e v i s i o n c o v e r a g e o f t h e banquet t o be h e l d Saturday night. I t is yet a n o t h e r outward s i g n o f Embry R i d d l e ' s growth. M r . Richard Sucher, Ass i s t a n t Executive s ~ c r e t a r y o f t h e Sigma Chi F r a t e r n i t y spoke t o t h e D e l t a P l e d g e C l a s s Tuesday eveni n g . The t a l k was informa t i v e and e n c o u r a g i n g . M r . S u c h e r remarked t h a t he was extremely impressed with the scores t h e brothe r s made o n t h e i r t e s t s Sunday. He mentioned t h a t it. was one o f t h e b e s t o v e r a l l percentages ever a t t a i n e d by a c h a p t e r t a k ing the test. Speaking f o r t h e Delta Pledge Class as a whole I would l i k e t o congratulate all the brothers on t h e i r f i n e work. They h a v e m a i n t a i n hieh ed t h e i r already s t a n d a r d s and made u s ext r e m e l y proud.

S e a s S e r v i c e s o f Luxemburg Europe s c r e e n s and p l a c e s e v e r y s t u d e n t a p p l i c a n t by m a i l . Then, t o make c e r tain everything goes s n o o t h l y and s t u d e n t s g e t o f f t o t h e i r j o b s on tine r i g h t f o o t , SOS p r o v i d e s a s e r i e s o f 5-day crientat i o n p e r i o d s i n Europe. These briefings provide needed s t a b i l i t y f o r t h e SOS Placement Department, an% a f o c a l p o i n t i n Europe f o r t h e s t u d e n t worker J o b s , work p e r m i t s , a n d other n e c e s s a r y working papers a r e i s s u e d t o stud e n t s on a f i r s t come, fl.rSt served, b a s i s . Int e r e s t e d s t u d e n t s may obt a i n job a p p l i c a t i o n forms j o b l i s t i n g s , and d e s c r i p t i o n s , and t h e SOS Handbook on e a r n i n g a summer a b r o a d by s e n d i n g t h e i r name, s c h o o l , a d d r e s s , a n d $1.00 ( f o r h a n d l i l t g , mat e r i a l s , and a i r m a i l from Europe) to SOS-Student

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APATHY L a s t Saturday, t h e V.A. h i t Tampa on a t o u r of A great Busch Gardens. times was had by a l l and everyone considered t h e .gardens an appropriate p l a c e f o r a bunch of t h i r s t y v e t s . W e a r e looking forward t o an e q u a l l y good time on o u r Cape Kennedy trip March 13. MEETING TONIGHT 8:00 p.m. at Boars ilead Lounge, Howard John s o n ' s o f f 1-95. Hope t o see y a ' l l there: The following i s a l i s t of i n d i v i d u a l s who have n o t claimed t h e i r checks f o r book s a l e s . Pick them up a t t h e Used Book S t o r e . After s i x months, they w i l l r e v e r t back t o t h e Association. Paul Barbato A r t Braun Wayne M. Colyer Michael Denton Ronald W. Dziagwa Luis Estevez John E. F e l i n Timothv J. Gunter J e r r v il. Hood ~~~-~ Mike Hoyle Willie J. Jackson Brian D.Xellv Joseph H. ~ e i s k e E.A. Lempa P e t e r M. Lonngren Douglas MacKay James W. M i t c h e l l June Murray Robert Noak Daniel 'R. Rees Dennis W. Rose Roufrt Sandh (Karl H. Schwoerer !!illiam ~ e r v i s . i B i l l i a m D. Sherrod J e r r y R. Varnon

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Eenrv M. ~ o t h r a n I suppose every p u b l i c meeting i s plagued by some one o r some group who comes p r i n ~ a r i l y t o t r y and embarass t h e people answering the questions These persons come armed with h i l f t r u t h s a t best. They t a l k f a s t and do t h e i r b e s t t o c a t c h an e r r o r on t h e p a r t of t h e authorities. Embry-Riddle was not without such a person a t the S.G.A. meeting featuring President Hunt, Dean Spears and Dean Mansfield. This man i s a s e n a t o r at Embry-Riddle. Among h i s more n o t a b l e a t t r i b u t e s a r e more than s i x unexcused absences from S.G.A. meetings l a s t t r i mester. Of course, he d o e s n ' t have t o worry about absences t h i s t r i . I t seems he pushed through a motion t o e l i m i n a t e a s e n a t e by-law r e s t r i c t i n g t h e number of unexcused absences. Who c a r e s ? Obviously It t h e S.G.A. doesn't. would appear t h a t that g r e a t malady c a l l e d apathy has s e v e r e l y a f f e c t e d , o r i n f e c t e d , us a l l . There i s n ' t much hope when a write-in candidate g e t s two v o t e s and e l e c t e d . I f you d o n ' t c a r e now, w i l l you e v e r c a r e ? The answer is no. Sorry, f r i e n d s , b u t your a t t i t u d e won't be changed t o one of concern when a diploma i s p l a c e d i n your hand. Apathy has done much t o p u t t h i s n a t i o n where it i s today. And if you r e a l l y t h i n k it i s somewhere, t a k e a n o t h e r look around.

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Final preparations for the most exciting of the event Saturday, March 13 Daytcna Motorcycle Classi.cs events got under way at Daytona International Speedway. recently with the conThe lanky and often struction of Daytona's outspoken 24-year-old bafirst Moto-cross Course. The unique, natural chelor is currently t.ops terrain layout is being, in the 250cc class in the designed by Gary "Iron Florida AMA Moto-Cross seMan" Bailey of Torrance, ries. The Daytona event Calif., one of America's will be the final installtop moto-cross riders. ment of the seven-event Located in the infield series, getting started at portion of the 3.81 mile 10:OO a.m. roaZ course, the motoHiggins, the son of a cross layout will be top-rated enduro rider,be9/10ths of a mile in 3an his two-wheel career length with a total of just three years ago and five jumps, the highest has been making a living being 12 feet. riding Moto-cross ever With one long straight since. In 1969 he was the and a series of both top american in the Intersharp and gradual turns, am Moto-Cross series,which the course is shaping inis run during the fall on to one of the most diffia dozen courses across the cult and interestina in nation. the state. Prognosticators have Bailey has been racing selected Higgins as Ameri'bikes since the acre of 14 ca's best chance in gainand has competed- in all ing the World Moto-Cross types of off-road competichampionship, and honor tion. When he is not that has been traditionalracing the 27 - year old ly held by the more experrider is either teachins ienced European riders. moto-cross schools or The Moto-Cross, run ohelping to promote the ver a natural and usualllr sport. rough terrain, is becoming The Daytona Moto-cross America's fastest growing will be the final meet of. form of motorized sport. the seven-race Florida With as many as 50 riders Winter AMA Moto-Cross on the course at once, series and will be run in riding through ditches six, 20 minute motos or . and over .j&ps, the motoheat races, three in each cross could well develop class (250cc and open). into the most exciting eEach heat counts equally vent of the nlotorcycle toward the overall victory classics program. The starting flag for The 30th annual motorthe first mot0 will fall cycle classies gets underat 10:OO a.m., Saturday, way with practise on MonMarch 13. Over 100 riders day, March 8 and is cliare expected to enter the maxed with the running of event, the first motothe Daytona 200 for excross in the 30-year hisperts on Sunday, March 14. tory of the Daytona Motorcycle Classics. Immediately following the Moto-Cross at 3:00 p.m Van Miller, Sports Diis the start of the 103rector for WBEN-TV in Bufmile, 250cc road race over fal, N.Y. has been offithe twisting 3.81 mile cially announced as the road course. .The entire winner of the Teleprompter Daytona 500 Sweepstakes. "Bike Week" Program will Miller, who is married then be climaxed Sunday, with two children. picked March 14, with the running Richard Petty to win the of the Daytona 200 Road 500 at an average speed of Race. 143.120 mph., less t.han super-hero Hisgim 1.5mph. off the official pace of 144.546 mph. Barry Higgins of SchenAs winner of the Sweepectady, N.Y., considered stakes, Miller will rebv manv as the ureatest ceive two airline tickets M&O-cross rider -in the to DaytOna Beach, a full nation, has inked his enweek's stay in the Kings the try to compete in Inn and a new Dodge to first Daytona Moto-Cross

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