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The E x e c u t i v e C o m i t t e e of t h e Board o f Trustees authorized an increase i n the tuition n o t t o exceed $100 p e r T r i m e s t e r , w i t h t h e adm o n i t i o n t h a t t h e adm i n i s t r a t i o n s h o u l d keep a minimum compatible with maintaining q u a l i t y e d u c a t i o n a l programs. I am p l e a s e d t o announce t h a t t h e admini s t r a t i o n has determined t h a t i n s p i t e of i n E-mu creasing costs, can continue t o nrovide q u a l i t y education with the following adjustmenrs i n t u i t i o n r a t e s per trimester, effective with t h e F a l l Trimester, b e g i n n i n g August 30, 1972: (See page 1 3 E-RAU Bulletin).

enrolled i n the Tuition Guarantee P l a n w i l l cont i n u e t o pay t h e p r e s e n t t u i t i o n r a t e a s long a s they a r e s a t i s f a c t o r i l y e n r o l l e d under t h e t e r m s of t h e T u i t i o n Guarantee Program. Please disseminate t h i s information t o a l l mnremma

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One month ago Thurst h e Dorm C o u n c i l a m e e t-i n o w..i..t h Deans S p e a r s and Mansf i e l d . At t h a t m e e t i n a t h e s u b j e c t of u n l i m i t e i v i s i t a t i o n i n Dorm I (on weekends) was t h e maior topic. Both Dean S p e a r s and Dean M a n s f i c l d s a i d t h a t t h e y f e l t a b a r g a i n must be made:If t h e r e s i d e n t s of t h e dorm c o u l d compley (without e r r o r ) f o r a month ( a n unprecedente d time) t o t h e prese'nt r e g u l a t i o n s , t h e y would have enouoh e v i d e n c e of t h e m a t u r i t y of Dorm I residents t o g r a n t such r.ights. The month i s up and t h e r e was n o t one v i o l a t i o n . The dorm c o u n c i l h a s been p r e s s u r e d by t h e more m i l i t a n t s t u d e n t s t o t e l l t h e adminis t r a t i o n t h a t they a r e f e d up w i t h b e i n g t r e a t ed l i k e c h i l d r e n , and h a v i n g someone c o n s t a n t ly b u z z i n g , knocking, and a s k i n g a b o u t t h e i r company. The m a j o r i t y o f t h e s t u d e n t s f e e l t h a t no

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major u p h e a v a l w i l l t a k e p l a c e w i t h a new p o l i c y . I t o n l y means t h a t t h e h o u r s between 2-6 AM a r e now f r e e of a d m i n i s t r a tive hassles most d a t e s have t o b e home b e f o r e 2 AM anyvray. The o n l y t h i n g t h e Dorm I s t u d e n t s want i s t h e r e c o o n i t i o n of their maturity, which t h e y proved. A. Dorm R e s i d e n t Speaks ' O u r p a r t of t h e bargain i s . - f u l f i l l e d . W i l l you, t h e Administrat%on, s a y t h a t you made a m i s t a k e ? We're s o r r v i f we took vou l i t e r a l l ; - because-we d i d . Please don't disappoint t h e Dorm r e s i den's. Some of them have r e a c h e d t h e b o i l i n g p o i n t . They were t h e r e a month a g o , b u t were t e m p o r a r i l y p l a c a t e d by the knowledae that iailthz wa5 o n l y a month away. Don't o u t off a barq a i n ~ t h a t b w - s made - we d ~ o u r p a r t by b e i n g adults - don't t r e a t us l i k e c h i l d r e n . 8-

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All these issues are b e " d e c i d e d " March 1 4 t h , b u t 7 days e a r l i e r Emu has t h e opportunity t o add i t s , and y o u r , voice t o a Statewide Student Poll. Bring you v o t e r r e g i s t r a t i o n c a r d t o t h e S t u d e n t Cent e r n e x t Tuesday between 9:30 and 4 : O O .

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The i n v a s i o n o f p r i vacy t o s l e e p i n g s t u d e n t s began somewhere around n i n e - t h i r t y . Stud e n t s armed w i t h Roman Candles,' s k y - r o c k e t s and other assorted fireworks began t h e melee. The e v e n t mushroomed t o a peak when two, some r e p o r t s say t h r e e , police cars arrived a t the 5cme,half expecting a campbell street typa shoclt-ost. TO t h e t o t a l c h a g r i n o f t h e DaytonPolice, the show was l i t t l e more t h a n a h o r d e I of rabble-rousing noise makers. The p o l i c e d i d 'have trouble bringing t h e crowd u n d e r c o n t r o l though, and were f o r c e d t o c a l l i n a s e c r e t weapon; Dean S p e a r s .

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t i o n s from many S t a t e and Government O f f i c i a l s ' who o f f e r e d conference l e c t u r e s a t t h i s assembl y . We were informed by . . the Court Conference that our c o n s t i t u t i o n was t h e b e s t w r i t t e n , l e g a l l y and r e a l i s t i c a l l y , of any c o n s t i t u t i o n presented before the assembly. well,i t ' partytime The t u i t i o n i n c r e a se again and I am cordially here. The c u r r e n t inviting a l l students, faculty and administraStudent Administration, t i o n members t ,o: ; : ta F l o r i d a ' s s u l t r y days t h e dance o n PM, a t the Main given t h e opportunity t o of summer appear t o be 4, v o t e upon t h i s motion. here a t l a s t . UnfortunBallroom in the Desert this pleasant Inn. ID cards are re- TXe reason was t h a t t h e t e l y , motion was made and beach weather c o i n c i d e s quired. Any student wishing passed on January 12, with our mid-terms. Into bring more than one 1971, and we were n o t d e c i s i o n abounds when a guest to . the dance members of t h e board a t choice has t o be made should come by the SGA t h e time. This meeting between t h e books and office and request pera u t h o r i z e d t h e adminit h e sand. mission t o a o so. s t r a t i o n t o increase the if deemed Kick-backs galore: it During t h e l a s t social function there were: necessary. But i n c a s e appears t h a t my opinions some students and nonany f u r t h e r i n c r e a s e on t h e Goodyeas Blimp t u l t i o n . ~ o u r s t u d e n t were both uncalled f o r Of the thiverr e p r e s e n t a t i v e s on t h e end uneupported. The s i t y Who used E x e u t i v e Board w i l l be space i n our parking l o t to voice their i s donated due t o the ID card to gainaccess contributions Goodyear to the dance' To be O p l ~ ~ , " " ~ o u a t t h e da?ce has made t o =mbry-~iddle f a i r with your fellow on March 4. students, i n the future, i n the past. I ' m sure t h a t more adequate space disciplinary action w i l l : c o u l d be given t o them be taken f o r any v i o l a t i o n o r . misuse of studthough, s o a s t o s a t i s f y e n t s ID cards. both t h e i r needs a s w e l l A. M A Y E R F R A N K a s ours. On Feb. 25, we had SGA PRESIDENT t h e opportunity t o send t o F l o r i d a A t l a n t i c UniThe AVION r o u l d l i k e versity two d e l e g a t e s t o thank t h e Maintanence leftOut* the SGA from Embry-Riddle StudMen a c r o s s the yard f o r has put together e n t Court t o a t t e n d tho a l l t h e i r h e l p and coopspectacular dance. first state J u d i c i a l e r a t i o n . Thanks for alf o r this SatConference. W e received ways being t h e r e when we urday, March 4th at 9PM, t h e Desert Inn w i l l once t h e b e n e f i t s and suggesneed you.

again be t h e location. I t appears t h a t our new s o c i a l functions comittee is h x d a t work e r a s i n g any doubts about t h e i r management capabilities. Saturday's twilight witnessdd t h e f a l l df E-R's V a r s i t y Baseball debut. Poor attendance q u i t e v o s s i b i l v added to -. t h e mistake f i l l e d b a l l game, a s only twenty odd People made t h e d r i v e aCross town t o t-h e~ -Be~ - thune Cookman field. I n s p i t e , of t h e outcome, a few fans might have helped t o e a s e the pain. I f t h e Eagles a r e t o continue g e t t i n g moneta r y support from t h e administration, they'll need physical support from t h e s t u d e n t s . why n o t t r y t o h e l p them:

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The steak was delivered alongwith the winewhich was warm. You did not have to go to the "et1s wine tasting party TO THE A V l O N to know that Rosh'wine by is chilled befors drink- 'PEANUTS AND POTATO CHIPS steve Barbour ing, but apparently the Pumphouse .is still ig- Dear Avionnorant to m a t fact. Come on! Is it true "Jackalopes Abou+k! The steak was very that the Senior Party the Pumphouse East... The legend says that' good, now that we c a n will only have peancts long ago the jackrabbits' look back on it objec- and potato chips for At the we parents,friends, faculty were so big in certain tively. that it and students to nibble parts of the west, that were so make differ- on7 HOW ridiculous can they mixed in with a%telopes and formed a new ence. you get? Every drinker knows breed of animal that looked similiar to a that when you drink you ~h~ must eat. Not only does jackrabbit, but had ant- place to sightsee. lers like an antelope. place is done in a west- it stave off cirrhosis, This bit of legend ern- stylegaudiness that. but it helps make the adds a certain amount of the management mst be drive home considerabiy mystery to the new rest- very proud of because Safer. aurant in town: The the place is lit up with Beside., what kind of Pumphorrse East. We no less than ten thou- a graduation party is it visited the Pumphouse that offers no hors d'oeuvre- Swedish meatthis weekand found no ::~&",~d::ng~~~slI"'. jackalopes- or at least The bill came to balls, cheese and cracnone abounding. about $20. We should .;kers- Sweet and 'Our We called to make have been rewursed for meat tidbits This reservations, but found the waiting we did. college graduation is The Pumphouse has its the first and last one that the management prefers walk-in custom- problems. ~t is a pbten-- I'll be attending- and I ers, and doesn't take good eating place want it to be first reservations. We took and if the service im-. class. Mr. Cothran- what are our chances and found proves about one hundred that we had a one-hour percent. we might try it Y O U doing? Do you know? wait for a table. We again. Bet.r always thought that a place that didn't take reservations had ,figured they had ample roan and had considered the fact that no one likes to wait for over an hour for a table as we did. Getting the -ble did

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In recent years it has been a part of school policy to hire ex-businessmen to teach 'management courses here at Embry Riddle. The logic behind this seems to be that experience is the best teacher. From time to time, however, some obviously misguided misinformed, trouble making hippie from the student body is pretentious enough to ask, "1f this guy was such a hotshot manager, how cane he's not still there.TO answer this question I surveyed the mandepwtment tc agement find out what some of these instructors did before coming here. Mr. Fosnewski-Introduction to quality Control: From March, 1937 to December, 1941, Mr. Fosnewski was the head director of Spot-A-Plane Inc. This was the fin? that installed the early warning devices for Wake Island, Manila,and Pearl Harbor. Mr. Grolrs-Accounting 11: During his term as chief accountant of U.S. Steel in the years 19351941, Mr. Gross masterminded the plans to sell not ensl;~or~:ed"~~y;; one million tons of old ,nesS. scrap metal to the Jap- ~ J U Pfor openers, and a anese as an economy mea- ,bottle of ROE*'. After.a considerable wait we desure. ~ r .snoot-~dv~rtising cided to try che salad I: In 1957 Mr. Smoot was bar before the latter the in stages of starvation set charge of promotion for in. the newly formed Edsel It's a good thing the Motors Division of the soup arrived while we Ford Motor Company. were at the salad bar, Col. Abdul Ahmed (Eg- because when we tasted yptian Army, retired)- the salad it was terrEffective Organizational ible. The "Roquefort" Thinking I & 11: Col. dressing was thin and Ahmed was the officer in tasted more like whipbed charge of the projected mayonaise M n Rcquefort. invasion of Isreal on June 7r1967June he was in charge of the heroic defense of the Suez Canal region. On June 9, he led the heroic defense of Cairo. On orJune 10, he helped organize the evacuation at K - M A R T of Cairo. A most im~ressivearray of teachkng talent, is it not? Buy of the Week: Eck Clader ( E M U Alumnus) at Spruce Creek Airport has HONE COOKED ITALIAN FOOD THAT an excess of sig m e 1 that he IS selling for $3.00 per gallon. Bring your own jug. This is very good fuel for sport flying, and you can't beat the price.

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upon r e c e i v i n g word Try Ray's Meat Market from t h e V e t e r a n ' s Adhe Navy F l y Team f o r f a n t a s t i c ( a n d clleap) CANDIDATE: ministration, Mr. Ledew i l l have a j e t a i r c r a f t RICHARD NIXON w i t z , D i r e c t o r of Couna t V o l u s i a A v i a t i o n on. meat. ~ h e ' b e e f i s wests e l i n g and Guidance, has ~ ~ 6 , 7~. and~ 8 hf o r , e r n c h o i c e and is t r i m by Henry Cothrnn Richard Nixon, a f t e r found that benefits those s+udent who q u a l med of bone and f a t much s e r v i n g a s Vice P r e s i a v a i l a b l e f o r i f y f o r a test r i d e . more c l o s e l y t h a n in .veterans; who a r e i n ~~~~i~ x a r i e t t a ' s l o c a l supermarkets. d e n t under Dwight Eiuenneed of t u t o r i n g . Orlando Division w i l l The market offers hower from 1952 t o 1960, h i r e 350-400 e n g i n e e r s pork, c h i c k e n ( b i g f a t s p e c i a l t u t o r i n g asran f o r president for s i s t a n c e g p r o v i d e d f o r t h i s y e a r , and " s e v e r a l Ones f o r 296 a l b . ) , and t h e f i r s t time i n 1960. v e t e r a n s who hundredos o t h e r workers, a l m o s t a n y t h i n g e l s e you He l o s t t h a t r a c e t o . e l i g i b l e a r p s t u d e n t s a t Embryaccording t o a news i t e m d e s i r e . I f YOU have a John Kennedy and subseqare in the o r l a n d o s e n t i n e l . f r e e z e r . t h e market s e l l s u e n t l y dropped o u t of -.Riddle1 and who s i d e s o r q u a r t e r s of falLLing a required GRAD system l i t e r a t h e p o l i t c a l s c e n e unti1 1968, when h e a g a i n s u b ~ e c t . Payments a r e t u r e has been r e c e i v e d b e e f . c a r r i e d t h e Republican made t o t h e v e t e r a n f o r f o r those graduates Things t h a t caught banner i n t h e p r e s i d e n t his t u t o r i n g expenses w i L h i n g . t o submit a r e t h e AVION'S e y e were t h e i a l r a c e . T h i s time he a f t e r r e c e i p t of h i s sume t o them. T h i s can. c l e a n l i r . e s s of the won. requeStL f o r a maximum b e done two weeks p r i o r p l a c e , the friendly, M r . Nixon campaigned p e r i o d of n i n e months. t o graduation. Stop i n personal s e r v i c e , e x t r a i n 1968 a s a moderate. The V e t e r a n ' s Admin- my o f f i c e and p i c k one cheap p r i c e s , and even He s a i d t h a t h e would i s t r a t i o n does n o t ap- up i f you s c wish. f r e e dog bones. prove t h e a p p l i c a t i o n s end t h e war i n Vietnam. I t is located f i v e He promised w e l f a r e r e and payment f o r t h i s asm i l e s n o r t h of Granada form and s a i d t h a t he s i s t a n c e Ave. i n Ormond Eeach. would end i n f l a t i o n and t h e f a c t s s . JOBS I N ALASKA reducethe unemployment "need" i s e s t a b l i s h e d by J o b s i n A l a s k a , South FOR SALE: Ford 289 p a r t s the Veteran,s rate. . 1n the p a s t four tration and theEhry-America, A u s t r a l i a , and Manifold, Cam, gel1 y e a r s , M r . Nixon h a s ~ i d d certification l ~ is Europe a r e a v a i l a b l e . Housing, Ford 411 Pos. carrier ~ o u s iag, w i t h changed much i n h i s modcompleted, you can reWages r a n g e from $700 e r a t e position. He h a s c e i v e reimbursement. . t o $3000 p e r month. For F J r d and C h e v r o l e t 3been winding down t h e Mr. Ledewitz hopes information write: s p e e d s . A l l v e r y cheap. Overseas J o b R e f e r r a l C o n t a c t Wayne 767-5783. vietnam war. ~e h a s t h a t veterans who are 'OX 1581, pushed through such a n t i e l i g i b l e f o r t h i s s e r crime l e g i s l a t i o n a s t h e v i c e and who need t u t o r 06103. NEED A TUTOR? Contact One "No Knock" law. He f r o z e i n g a s s i s t a n c e w i l l t a k e M r . Ledewitz in the wages and p r i c e s i n an advantage of the new postage and Guidance O f f i c e . t u t o r i n g program. Anya t t e m p t t o c o n t r o l inFlation and now has one . who is i n t e r e e t e a wage and p r i c e c o n t r o l . may a p p l y a t t h e Counand ~ u i ofd ~ ~ ~ ~ P r e s i d e n t Nixon h a s seling proposed governmental .ÂŁice. reorganization i n the MOTORCYCLES NATIONAL TRAILBIKE form of major c a b i n e t A I A A decisions. He h a s a l s o CHAMPION FOR THE proposed w e l f a r e r e f o m The n e x t AIAA meeting LOCATION through h i s f a m i l y a s - w i l l be he19 nexf ThursPAST FOUR YEARS s i s t a n c e p l a n . To corn- d a y , March 9 , i n room1 b a t many of t h e problems 306. The s p e a k e r will f a c e d by e v e r y c i t y i n be P r o f e s s o r G.A. P i e r c e . t h e U.S., M r . Nixon has from Georgia Tech. proposed a revenue s h a r w i l l d i s c u s s i n g program. e r i n g education. The L i b e r a l s think I f you a r e i n t e r e s t e d M r . Nixon i s t o o coni n going t o t h e A t l a n t a s e r v a t i v e and t h e con- AIAA c o n f e r e n c e , p l e a s e servatives think M r . give me your . so Nixon has moved t o o f a r t h e r e w i l r be room f o r t o t h e 1eft.He has faced you. major opposition in virtually a l l of h i s . . .major programs. 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O f f i c i a l s from Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity from F r a t e r n i t y Headquarters i n Indianapolis Indiana i n s t i t u t e d its newest c o l s n y on Feb. 20 a t t h e home of P r e s i d e n t Hunt. This graciously o f f e r e d home was t h e Scene of a day-long program, c u l m i n a t i n g w i t h the i n s t a l l a t i o n ceremonies of t h e f o l l o w i n g men: William Ryan, Edward B u l a r , Les Williamg S t a n P a i n e , Louis Arroyo Anthony Silva, Keith Cober, James Haerwolf, Thomas Morgan, M r . B. Lamar, Clay Owen, Robert Spielman, and Michael McCarthy. We a r e now B r o t h e r s i n the fourth largest national social fraterni t y i n t h e UB and w i l l j o i n t h e over 200 chapt e r s and : c o l o n i e s in Lambda Chi. T o t a l merib e r s h i p exceeds 115,000 w i t h c h a p t e r s i n Canada a l s o . Our r e v o l u t i o n a r y Membership Education

Our third annual The p a s t couple of " S p i r i t Night" was h e l d weekends have been l a s t F r i d a y . T h i s is an p r e t t y h e c t i c f o r t h e evening i n which most of b r o t h e r s and p l e d g e s of t h e pledges and b r o t h e r s Eta I o t a . The weekend g e t t o meet each o t h e r Of t h e Daytona 500 saw i n f o r m a l l y ; i n t h i s c a s e a l l Of u s t r y i n g t o e a r n over two kegs worth.Pau1 money f o r t h e r e f u r n i s h Harry and Company went i n g of our chapter t o g r e a t l e n g t h s t o achouse. The excellent q u i r e some mew pledge p a r t i c i p a t i o n of the education films. ~ ' mbrothers and pledges s u r e they p l a n t e d some made t h e e v e n t a smashnew thoughts i n s e v e r a l i n g s u c c e s s . On S a t u r p e o p l e ' s minds. A l l i n day we h e l d a v e r y proall, a rather busy f i t a b l e c a r wash a t o u r house. We were successnight, t o say the least: Sunday saw D e l t a Chi f u l i n returning the d e f e a t t h e Broken Bats. s h i n e t o aboat a hundred However, t h e r e ' s more t o and f i f t y c a r s . A l s o on i t than t h a t . I n e x t r a t h a t day and on Sunday i n n i n g s we overcame a we parked c a r s a t t h e 7-1 d e f i c i t t o t i e and r a c e s . When a l l of t h e then win t h e game by a f i n a l r e c e i p t s were i n s c o r e of 9-7. L e t it we had achieved n e a r l y s u f f i c e t o s a y t h a t it f i f t y p e r c e n t of o u r Was a v e r y h a r d and v e r y g o a l . A s p e c i a l thanks w e l l played game by b o t h goes o u t t o ark Rogers teams. C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s and his excellent D e l t a Chi. Next week, leadership during the undefeated Alpha E t a fund r a i s i n g . Rho N a t i o n a l h a s t h e i r Congratulations to t u r n a g a i n s t us and o u r o u r s o f t b a l l team f o r own undefeated

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S u c c e s s f u l t h a t we a r e end. The s o i t b a l l team's One week from tomorC h a r l e s Matlock, Richard branching S h a f f e r , B r e t t ~ p i t a l ~ y ,row and c o u n t i n g i s our f u t u r e looks promising c o n t i n u a l l y o u t t o campuses a c r o s s with that victory. and Mike Voulo. m e y much a n t i c i p a t e d c h a r t t h e n a t i o n . The oeverInvitaB r o t h e r S k i p Beard is can h e l p you x h i l e you e r i n g banquet. ending s e a r c h f o r new t i o n s a r e o u t and a l l is the man behind o u r a t h h e l p them. Brothers has rewarded W e would l i k e t o exready. Now a l l t h a t r e letic Fraternity with a This Saturday w i l l t h e press o u r a p p r e c i a t i o n mains i s t h e q u i c k pass e c t i o n o f men s a g e of one week. s e e t h e members of E t a Cross t o Henry Cooper. He h a s d e e p l y devoted to One pledge c l a s s re- I o t e o u t i n f o r c e c o l done much f o r Sigma P h i t h e i r f e llow man and mains and i s e s t a b l i s h e d l e c t i n g f o r t h e United and w e ' r e going t o miss w i t h a r e v e r a n t lov& for a t 16. They have had Fund. T h i s i s j u s t one him. ~ o o dl u c k , Henry. t h e i r country. We a r e So u n t i l n e x t week, several f r u i t f u l work Sigma C h i ' s many conextremely proud of o u r keep smiling: days a t t h e house ~ i e ,t r i b u t i o n s t o t h s welt h e b r o t h e r s snd a r e now f a r e of s o c i e t y . We a r e a f f i l i a t i o n and b r o t h e r Lambda Chi i n t h e p l a n n i n g hood w i t h s e l l i n g refreshments a t a l s o A1PhaRho Omega, t h e weekly %,,day soft- s t a g e s f o r o u r s p r i n g Alpha and w i l l e a r n e s t l y s t r i v e t o m a i ntain t h e i r E a s t e r S e a l Drive. More games. On Feb. 28, Alpha Rho far-xeaching g o a l s . omega WMFJ in a Watch o u t f o r t h e on t h e E a s t e r S e a l s w i l l basketball game. Due to o t h e r guy! See y a n e x t b e mentioned i n l a t e r t h e superhuman e f f o r t s week. weeks. of o u r p l a y e r s , we won Our pledges a r e h a r d work into their the game 73-72. All at New b Used f r a t e r n i t y members who f o u r t h week of t h e i r Stereo Components desired to p l a y had pledge p e r i o d . We have ample o p p o r t u n i t y . a p l e d g e c l a s s of 23, GAW.KLH.FISHER a l l under t h e w a t c h f u l SONYX ' ENWOOD DUAL Saturday a t 9 AM eye of b r o t h e r J i m PatCRAIG.McINTOSH Alpha Rho Omega played terson. Between him and t h e "Old Timers" i n a his assistant, Terry Professional Repair p r a c t i c e s o f t b a l l game. Gardner, t h e y have t h e i r F a c i l i t i e s - A l l Makes job c u t o u t f o r them. Sunday, Alpha Rho Omega met the Sigma Chi U n t i l n e x t week, t h e 4 ChrmndSknoUnb forces. b r o t h e r s of Sigma Chi fo.o.dad0 The h i g h l i g h t of t h e wish a l l of you a v e r y Feb. 24th meeting was a p l e a s a n t weekend. r n - ~k 4 a-d I*. 1001 talk by Frank 0.I" 111.111 9.1 Impagliazzo on h i s r e 612-614 N. Ridgewood c e n t t r i p t o Chicago. J c UY~,M.YU. FOR SALE: Gibson 12 string g u i t a r w/case; On this Frank in- Baemolf showed f i l m s on ~ ~ 5 ~ banjo l iDaytona~Beach ~ vestigated Airthe Boeing 727 and w/case and picks; Braun lines OWorBoeing 737. Both were ~ l e c t ~plash ~ ~ unit i ~ There i s no t r u t h t o t h e t u n i t i e s . S h o r t h a i r c u t s interesting and infomaf o r 3 5 m camera w/rerumor t h a t : and c o n s e r v a t i v e appeartive. c h a r g e r ; FIAT 124 s p o r t A new c o u r s e w i l l be are a must apPersons i n t e r e s t e d i n c o o l i n g f a n ,.lutch-brand added t o a l l c u r r i c u plicants. Alpha Rho Omega c o n t a c t new. For f u r t h e r i n f o r lums entitled Martin Avsec and J i m N~~~ Henkel, Box 781. mation c a l l 255-6674. Pornography 201.

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SOFTBALL by Mike Hoyle ATTENTION ALL TEAMS!: I f your game is scheduled f o r 12:15 on anv of t h e game dates,remeiber , i t is a m i s p r i n t on the schedule. The games w i l l be played a t 12:45. Sunday,Feb. 27,turned o u t t o be a b e a u t i f u l day for softball. A t 9:OO.Sigma Chi and Alpha Rho Omega met on t h e diamond. A t 9:45, the s c o r e was 24 t o 2. Sigma Chi scored f i v e runs i n t h e f i r s t i n n i n g and 9 runs i n t h e second and t h i r d innings. Needless t o s a y Sigma Chi crushed Alpha Rho Omega. A t 10:15, t h e undef e a t e d V e t s went up ag a i n s t the "Oldtimers." The Vets scored a l l t h e i r runs i n t h e f i r s t f i v e innings. The "Oldtimers" r a l l i e d i n t h e s i x t h inning b u t f e l l s h o r t by f i v e runs. The r a l l y was a f u t i l e a t tempt- a s t h e v e t s ' r o l l e d over t h e "Oldtimers" by a s c o r e of 10 t o 5. The t h i r d game s t a r t ed a t 11:30 a s AHP Nati o n a l took on Sigma Phi. Once again t h e n a t u r a l t a l e n t s of t h e AMP squad came through t o d e f e a t Sigma Phi by t h e s c o r e of 1 3 t o 4 . A t 12;45, Delta Chi met t h e "Broken Bats." This game was t h e b e s t fought game of t h e day. The f i r s t two innings were s c o r e l e s s a s both teams played e r r o r l e s s b a l l a t t h e bottom of t h e t h i r d inning. "Broken Bats" c a t c h e r Pete Binkowski stepped up and slammed a triple t o d r i v e i n t h e f i r s t run od t h e game. L a t e r t h a t same i n n i n g P e t e scored, making i t 2 t o 0. ~t t h e top of t h e 4th inni n g , Mike Harvey b e l t e d o u t a t r i p l e and scored t o p u t Delta Chi back i n t h e game. A t t h e bottom of t h e 4th.Marhlon Crane smashed a t r i p l e and added two more runs t o the "Broken Bats" s c o r e . Delta Chi came t o b a t b u t was stopped cold i n its tracks with a double p l a y by t h a se-

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cond baseman, Larry Froede. Later t h a t inni n g , Froede s t ~ p p e d up t o t h e p l a t e and h i t a long t r i p l e which added 3 more runs t o t h e "Broken Bats" s c o r e . J u s t about t h e t i m e 1 began thinking t h a t it was a l l overg Delta Chi upset t h e apple c a r t and scored s i x runs i n t h e next two innings. This made t h e s c o r e 7 t o 7 i n the l a s t inning. The game went i n t o overtime and Delta Chi p u l l e d t h e rug o u t from t h e seemingly over conf i d e n t "Broken Bats" a s they soored two runs i n overtime. and held t h e "Broken Bats" to 7. Shooman watched h i s team bow down t o the overpowe r i n g D2lta Chi by a Score of 9 t o 7. Well, t h a t wraps it up f o r this week. See you next week.

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The Eagles Embry - Riddle was t o i t s sloppy Play . i n soundly defeated Sat, t h e f i e l d , managed only 11-1,by Bethune Cookman. two h i t s o f f s t a r t e r Cookrran h i t t h e b a l l Dobson, and added one w e l l , and took f u l l more o f f t h e b u l l pen. advantage of breaks and The team a r r i v e d a errors. l i t t l e early i n order Riddle, a l r e a d y b e s e t t o t a k e e x t r a b-tfing with i n j u r y pmblema and p r a c t i c e , and shake the s o r e arms i n t h e p i t c h slump t h a t some of t h e in9 s t a f f , suffered a h i t t e r s a r e in. Looking on the b r i g h t s e r i o u s l o s s when t h i r d baseman Roger F i s h e r was s i d e , i f t h e r e was any, spiked i n the. second Riddle never gave ,up, inning, .Fisher r e v i r e d and k e p t on f i g h t i n g . s i x s t i t c h e s and w i l l be I t seemed t o be one of o u t of a c t i o n f o r about t h o s e days when every10 days. t h i n g irent wrong. A F r i t z Pederson g o t number of obvious "team" t h e s t a r t i n g nod, b u t e r r o r s were s p o t t e d , and was d r i v e n from t h e we w i l l be working even mound i n t h e second innharder than we have been trig. Rich Santanna came t o e l i m i n a t e them. Iie I n with t h e bases loaded a r e capable of playing b a l l than was and r e t i r e d Cookman with b e t t e r one p i t c h : a f l y seen on Saturday. b a l l t o short center. on Saturday, March 4 , Both p i t c h e r s were workt h e team plays F l o r i d a i n g with only one day of Technological University rest. (away). Game time i s Riddle, i n a d d i t i o n 7:30 a t Tinker F i e l d .

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The Association was organized three weeks The dynamic, ney International Students Association held its elections at the home of faculty advisor to foreign students, Mr. ~ e f f Ledewitz,on Feb. 23. The following students were elected: Alexander Rodriguez, Pres. , Bill Bolton, Treas., Marcelo Rey, publicity, Anne Irving, Serr., and Robert Sabella, soccer team coach.

MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB It has come to our attention that there are many E-R students around campus who are intereste4 in model airplanes, hut are reluctant to join our club because of their inexperience in building models or in flying them. You do not have to be an experieK5 ed modeler to be welcome to our club. We are dedicated to the promotion of the hobby, and that includes helping others get started. We have experts in most phases of building and --flyingwho are anxious to share their knowledge with others, so if you are a beginner, come by and let us help you, or if your are already an expert,come by and share your experience with us. We'll be glad to have you. Our next meeting will be held at 7:00 PM, March 6, Building A, Room 102. Also, we fly in the Academic Complex Parking Area on Sunday afternoons. You are welcome to stop by and discuss modeling with us there. Plans for the Third Annual Eagle - Beagle Model Airplane Contest have been completed. The contest will be held April 29r30 in the Complex Parking Area. This is an AMA Class AA control line contest and will attract modelers from all over the Southeast. A breakdown of the various events will be published in a later edition of the AVION; however,anyone interested in participating in the contest should start preparing now. Additional info can be obtained at our club meeting or by addressing a note to ERAU BOX 296.

by 22 E-R students representing North, Central, and south America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and India. It was created to provide a social organization and service club for international students here. There are approximately SO stu dents at E-R now from foreign countries. The meeting lasted about one hour and was by an

party. The members provided their own beverages and Mrs. Betty Ledewitz served a snack. Israeli - American Stein, who studied accordian in Israel, exploded into a fiery "hora;.?Chairs were pushed back, and Eilon Krugman-Xadi, another Israeli student. led the circular, Jewish "lk dance' Following this exhibition, Telmo Guevara of Ecuador and Alexander Rodriguez of Peru dashingly executed a tango, and the spotlight shift-

-Page 9ed to Puerto Rican Noel Colon, who is a terrific guitarist. The rest of the membership joined in on many familiar songs The International Students Association is looking for a place to hold its Wednesday night meetings. Any student may join the International Students Association by signing the membership roster. Students from the USA are welcome. If interested, please contact the secretary, E-R box 657. .-


to this problem. 1 had a discussion with prank ~ ~ the~ campusm man for building and planning.He said that,"1tas a drawv, between the construction of a new ASP building or the Student Center which would include dining facilities (etc.) his whole issue is on a seesaw. First on one side is the decreased enrollment this tri (appr. 250), possibly due to the parent's negatfve concerning attitude their kids having to walk a mile for a meal. On the other side is the Administration tryins to get increased enrollment to finance additional buildings for an "impressive, funded,

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Flight Line: not to mention the increase in tuition for the present students. ~ ~ Now- t I can't , really say that a new ASP hanger is less important than a Student Center. because I don't know which one the ASP students need more. All 1 Can Say is, that with Student Center/Cafeteria* the

a good indication of how much ACTUAL influence we really do have provided we ALL get involved and s p a our minds! Whlle I'm on the subject ,,of "speaking our minds , I'd like to extend my admiration to the residents of ~ o r m11 for a good example of "speaking their minds" last Sltnday night. Don't get toe wrong, I don't cor.done such action. I do feel though,that this is a good indication of what's to come from rising student unrest and frustrations.

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I have been talking about involvement these past couple of weeks and the Dorm Council of Dorm I is a fine example of the point I've been trying to exprees. We have been involved majority would benefit in many productive isenormousl~. The insues regarding tine needs messed enrO1hent and and benefits of the resfinances idents of the dorm, and then Problems for so far have proven to Vecific students. adknow the Administration and mit that I NO YES all there is to this to the Resident Manager, issue, so please return Student center Fred Arabab, that the the the Pol1 present Dorm Council is Suggestion Box in the MP Building more organized and more Student Center or to my effective, through our concern, than others in box. Box 4498, or even to PROGRAM the past. That, in itself, was the only valid argument presentem the Administration that the former Dorm Council could not live up to their responNEW SMYRNA BEACH AIRPORT RENTALS: LOW CLUB RATES sibilities. PHONE 428-6061 Presently our main AERONCA CHAMPS CHEROKEE 160 issue is bringing about 2 4 hour visitation on CESSNA 150 APACHE keekends, beginning 6 PM FLY OUR CHEROKEE 16Oc- IFR & TRANSPONDER EQUIPPED Friday and ending 11 PM PIPER COLT AS LOW AS $ 1 3 ~ ~ ~ Sunday. With the Administration's sdvice, we GET SHARP:FLY A TAILWHEEL A/C agreed to a tour Weer NO MINIMUM CHECKOUT T I M E trial period, under the exietina visitation FLY AT NEW SMYRNA BEACH AND AVOID TRAFFIC DELAYS hours. We passed this NITE AND HAHAMAS PLIGHTS OK test with flying colors. TWIN ENGINE: APACHE AS LOW AS $ 2 9 ~ ~ ~ Another meeting is scheduled for Wednesday the 33th.with the A p i n OWNED AND OPERATED BY EUBRY-RSDDLE ALJMNI istrative "officers to repiesent our request.At this meeting, we will see if they live up to their part of the agreement. News of this meeting will appear next week. Through much determination and effort we are fairly optimistic of the outcome. We held another meeting with Dave Harvey, the Secretary of the SGA,and Linn Henry, the Chairman of HEW, and it became apparent that we would receive any support we needed from the SGA and, in their opinion, favorable consideration of the Board of Trustees: With the incoming residents of Dorm 11, change is even more necessary in order to accomodate the needs of the unquestionable "capacity CROWD" in Dorm I. As a result of this realization, we are beginning to formulate proposals for cooking and/or eating facilities for the dorm. We are in the process of planning the construction of two kitchenettes on each floor. We feel this is the quickest and best

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VETS ASSQC by Doug MacKay The V e t ' s A s s o c i a t i o n membership meeting l a s t F r i d a y n i g h t proved t o be most informative. There a r e some r e a l ÂŁan type a c t i v i t i e s coming up and we have money i n t h e t r e a s u r y t o do them w i t h , s o 111 w e have t o do now i s go. Most i m portantly, the president t o l d u s of having been c o n t a c t e d by t h e p r e s i d e n t of t h e N a t i o n a l A s sociation of Collegiate Veterans Incorporated. They a r e spearheading a d r i v e t o i n c r e a s e Vetera n i b e n e f i t s under t h e G.I. B i l l of Rights. The d r i v e is a l r e a d y underway and h a s been pres e n t e d t o Congress by t h e N a t i o n a l . The Nati o n a l h a s asked u s t o o b t a i n a s many p e t i t i o n s as possible t o provide them needed s u p p o r t . W e unaaimously voted to make a c o n c e r t e d e f f o r t t o o b t a i n a s many sign?t u r e s a s p o s s i b l e on and Off campus. The c u r r e n t G . I . B i l l is not a s equitable a s t h o s e of t h e p a s t , educ a t i o n c o s t s have soared w h i l e t h e " B i l l " hasn't. Talk t o any World War 11 o r Korean v e t e r a n , h e w i l l probably t h i n k y o u r t u i t i o n i s g e t t i n g paid

o v e r a l l 20% i n c r e a s e of payments:and an advance payment p r o y r a i t o h e l p a Vet make h i s f i r s t t u i t i o n payment(Remember t h a t long wait f o r the f i r s t check?).The f o r e going p r o p o s a l s o u t l i n e some of t h e weak a r e a s of t h e c u r r e n t " B i l l " . We r e a l i z e t h a t a l l of t h e p r o p o s a l s w i l l probably n o t become a r e a l i t y , however a l l of t h e a r e a must b e prodded t o s e e where advances can b e made. We a r e n o t

asking f o r o v e r s t u f f e d inflationary iegislati o n , o n l y f a i r and e q u i t able treatment. Doesn't i t make s e n s e t o have a Vet with a t r a d e working r a t h e r t h a n a Vet drawi n g unemployment? Most of U s a r e a l l t o o aware of t h e f a c t t h a t most' of t h e good jobs Went t h e boys on t h e "block w h i l e we ware $oing o u r thing. We need a l o t of supp o r t from a l l t h e Vets on campus, a.nd p e t i t i o n

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