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VOLUME 12 NO. t1

rmlnavNOVEMBER 17,1872

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VETS OVER JETS That's 30 Straight Special A L P Class

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Class R ~ e mInstructors Take To The Air Since mid-September, t h u e has been a standing invitation, made by Thoass Clay, Dean of Flight qechnology, for academic professors to experience first hand EMU'S Gemini flight. mncept. Several professors have taken advantage of the offer and have ÂŁ1with a student nnd his I.P. during a period of flight inetruction. MI-. Campbell, head of the m i t i e s Departlaent, was impressed by the professionalism and calm atmosphere of the instruceion during the flight. For Mrs. Van Varrhees, another h m m -

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The Student Court heard its second case 9th. in which the conet~tutionality of procedures Used when appointing the second Student member for the B o a ~ dOf TrusLees were questioned. Some time ago Jerrp Fry stated the Board of Trustees vers upset due to the high turnovsr of student members. ~e organrred a camittee that set stringent rules which required a six trimester eray at EMU. This requirement remained through senate canmittee review end senate paS811ge. The ALP studante had claimed thia i. ""EOIIstitutal under a clause in the Bill or Rights stating no organization m y discriminate against any student of EMU. sinoe the ALP prograa i8 a four and one half trimester ooucse tha ALP students took the SGA to Court.

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A reminder that the Jmrnllli.. EOU.BB 18 being Off*red in the spring 1973 trimeater. studellts who are and his personal exper- Those interested be sure to ien= is the baeia for register. the content os th- n.r FhL. 5. ,a wCOYrSB. nity to get involved in Originally fro. west c a m ~ u cactivities and at Bengal, IndLa, Mr. Mohan the-same time gain :;e The cavrt session bereceived his secondary perience as well as gan with Jerry Fry, and college level educa- knowledge in the field counsel for the SGA, tion in South herica. of journalism. challenging Juusise Ray Be lespet rone year earnBrown on the gro'mds ing hie senior certifithat he previouely excat= of College Preceppressed himself on the tors in st. Albann, case in question and gland. Prior to c m m g should remove himself or to E M U in 1969, he be removed to keep the taught high school in court untainted. Mr. Guyana, south merica. Beginning next spring, Brown then removed himBe graduated from the the classroa dav "ill + Airframe and Paverplant he extended by per~ r r i o u l u m of mryi d , and on nonday, wedill madden, E D U ~ Sfor ~ Riddle Aeronautical Uninesdiy, and Friday, the the ALP. stated his novversity in June of 1970. Class period time will ice at court nrosedurea has be fifty minutes, inE M U presently and his irate& to prove 400 students enrolled in stead of fifty-five, so Article VI, Section 3 . the Airframe and parerthat classes can start Paragraph 8, Subsection plant curriculum. on the hour. of the Sc2A By-laws 1, Dr. Sain said that uncODStit"tiOna1. these measures were tnk~ e r r v FN'S oneninen to improve coordination between the academic center and the Gill RObb Wilson Flight Center. Hopefully, the Bchedule conflicts that have occurred in the ities instructor. it. was past will be eliminated. the first flightCin i October 6-9, John A " h e r of new night small aircraft. ma. Shaffer. FAA administraclasses will be offered McLemore. of the eame tor, addressed the u i in the spring. he department, had an ex: verairy Aviaticn Associcourses, many of which traordinary expsrience ation Conference at Bolbecause the flight was will be taught by part:ywod, Florida. Shitfat night during marginal time teachers, will infer's -pic focused on clude philaaophy, techweather. W r . Hailton, educating the public on writing, an e c o n d c s instructor, nical report the impact of aviation aCEOunting, airport defound the landings parfor the American way of ticularly intereating velopment, a d hietory life. aviation. It is beCaYBe, as an avid Of The national m e t i n g parachutist, he is esthought that making was mmposed of univercustmted to leavinp the these courses available sity and faculty offiairplane in mid-flight. at night will snco*lrage cials involved in aviacitiA11 acadermc instruc- interested 1-1 tion sdllsation programs. tors are urged to accept zens, as well as regular Dr. sain and m. Alexthe offer and experience students, to enroll. ander wells, an assis(Also, Dr. Sain squelchthe goinga-on at the tant ~rofessor in avianeighboring flight cen- ed the rumor that sarurtion &naqemsnt, repreter. day classes might be imsented EMU at the meetplemented in the spring.) zng.

In Mathematics Opened The Colleqe of Aviation ~ s c h n o i w ,nivision of Maintenance Teohn o 1 w at Fmry-Riddle Aer~nautical University has~ -added an ootiona1 ~ mathematics course to its curriculum for Aiuframe and Pouerolant -students. The course serves a a Bupplement and refresher to high school mathematics with emphasis on practical shop applications. m. Timal Mohan, designer and teacher of the 7 week eaurse, prepares the student for all phases of math M a t m y be enoountcrcd during the 18 month Airframe and Pwerplant program. Mr. nohan is a graduate of the EPAU maintenance Curriculum

Procedures Weather A El P Court Challenge

Spring Claa Changes Outlined one

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He remarked first if one person from ALP is qualified it doesn't diacrim&naie against ALP and second, the asction -~-.-.~ is a judgimnt call of the senate and should be returned to the senate instead of invoivingthi CO"Zt. Gill tladden introdused the Bill or ~ i g h t s ~ e c t i ~ n s , then called Frank Moran. m, noran established his knowledge of ASP procedu-ea and his fehling that the ALP E a M O t meet the proced-. vrea passed by the senate. when 'asked who Would qualify, M r . Mran stated academic students who need A&P a a part of the academic curriculm. He added that the percentage is less that 10% When asked how many A6P studints continue into an a c a d m i s program, r e. loran stated 101 to 15%. Gill Hadden than intrcduced a l e t ~ . L Dr. pence, the university Registrar, stating 75% of academic students and 100% of ALP h Pro Pilot students would be exoluded under the r.guirementa. Jerry Pry tried to find an ALP student who does qualify, but W a 8 UOBUECBSSfUl. The court ruled in favor of the SGA and SUgqYsted any further action should be within thc legislative oroced~

After Court, W r . rry gave Mr. Hadden possible revisions that he ehould 8pOnsor in the senate. A court justice atated that Gill Badden's unfamiliarity with rvlea M d procedure. hurt hie Ea88 a great deal. his reporter agrees.

Education Conkrence Topica of di~cu..i0. rare the standardization of tranafer credit for flight c a r s e e from accredited institutions and types of aviation courses being offered. The group toured the flight training facility at Burneide Ott and a flight school at o p a l a ~ a Mrport., Presentafiona by three staff members f r m the FAA included discuseio~ of new trends and developente in aviation. The confererne ended with a tour of the Piper MrcraEt Manufacturing. facility at vero Beach, Plorida.


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AVlON FEATURES Spotlight on Miss riseher by Charles McMahon EMU has a new math teacher: M i s s Fincher, teaches MA 110, who joined ERAU's s t a f f f o r the f a l l trimester. Miss F i s c h e r was born i n Virminia b u t arew uo i n ~e;nesree whire s h e attezded granmar and hiqh school i n C l i n t o n . rifler g r a d u a t i o n from high school, she a t t e n d ed Radford College i n Radford, V i r g i n i a , where dhe received a B.A. i n mathematics. she then t a u g h t high school chemi a t r y and math f o r t h r e e and e h a l f y e a r s i n v i r g i n i a and Tenneseee. Miss Fischer, who r e a l l y enjsys teaching, r e t u r n e d t o t h e Univers i t y Of Tennessee f o r a Maeters degree i n math t o b e t t e r prepare herSelf f o r her students.

While a t t e n d i n g t h e UniTennessee, v e r s i t y of she t a u g h t fresbman math s t u d e n t 8 and from then on decided w:le wanted t o teach on t h e c o l l e g e l e Miss vel. So again Pischer returned to school t o b s b e t t e r prePared, end she reoeived a second H e s t e r r i n math fro", t h e u n i v e r e i t y af Illinois. What doea ~ i s F i s c h e r t h i n k of IW." Students, coniidering TlanY of Us have been away from math for so long? "Well, t h e o l d e r s t u d e n t s are n o t d e f i c i e n t , " she said. hey are j u s t a l i t t l e r u s t y , but they're willing t o W O Z ~ to c a t c h up, and he yovnger they do. s t u d e n t s usually knw t h e m a t e r i a l and have fewer ~ r o b l m ~. e .she " ~ added. ' A w do you l i k e EMU itself?", I asked. "I r e a l l y l a v e i t . l can a c t u a i i y look forward t o coming i n t o work every day," miss ~ i s c h e r re-

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Daytona. Beach on a s c h o o l break once and l i k e d t h e area so mush t h a t s h e decided t o l i v e and work h e r e . Next t r i m e s t e r n i e a Fischer, i n addition t o teaching MA 110, w i l l a l s o i n s t r u c t HA 211 and MA 213. So s i g n up f o r t h e a e courses--she sure d o e s n ' t look l i k e a math teacher!

Dorm I Auto Graveyard Charles

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The p i c t u r e s abwe not taken a t an a u t o graveyard or behind Some BUMPY B C C V ~ ESt.~ t i o n . t hey were taken i n the Dorm I parking l o t : What are those veh i c l e s doing t h e r e , and vhv c a n ' t the" be remved7 w e l l . the answer t o t h e f i r s t question i s eaSy--EMU student. l e f t them t h e r e t o r o t . 1n fact. two of t h e c a r s are onled by s t u d e n t 4 s t i l l a t t e n d i n g EMU. The answer to the second q u e s t i o n i s tough. S t e v e S l a u g h t e r , resld e n t a d v i s o r of Dorm I. repol'ted t h e car. about 10 weeks ago t o John Fosre., Dean oi Housing. ~ o h n then r e p o r t e d t h e cars t o R q e r Moody, Chief of S e c u r i t y , and Rage= found t h e lawful removal process no simp l e matter. F i r s t , you must loc a t e t h e owner of t h e Vehicle and n o t i f y him. = h i e h a s been done, and t h e cars have not been removed. ~ e x t ,t h e Daytom each P o l i c e must

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i"spect t h e v e h i c l e s and f i l l o u t a ream of . o a.~ c r Work. T h i ~LOO was accompliehed, but t h e goahead f o r removal of t h e Car8 Was withheld for varions reason. wet weather, an >"jury to t h e man who approved t h e paper work, e t c . When the weather c l e a r e d and t h e i n j u r e d man was r e t u r n e d to duty, R q e r n o d y a g a i n ask& f o r a p o l i c e okay t o reroove t h e v e h i c l e s . This time he was t o l d t h a t Only t h e Chief of P o l i c e could approve removals. Rager i s s t i l l waiting f o r t h i n approval. One misht a s k . "Why a l l the - b a t h e r &er i few junk cars?. well, a s i d e frm making t h e Dam I parking l o t look l i k e a junk y a r d , those. cars are o c c u ~ v i n sneeded parking spices: many do=. r e s i d e n t s muat park t h e i r cars i n unauthori z e d areas where they aze more l i k e l y t o be ride-swined. backed i n t o or ticke'ced: We hope t h e s e cars can be rmloved . soon. The junk's been a& & .d long enough:

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SPORTS Eagles Win Again

Alpha Rho Omega First Glace Fraternity by Dave McGloon

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~ a ; y ~ a u p ti n t h e man we are t a l k i n g about, and i f you are a a p o r t f a n y o u ' l l r s c o g n i r e him as one of the best a t h l e t e e Riddle has. Gary i s Captain of t h e soccer team and one .of t h e t o p scorers. H e will be l e a d i n g our baaketball team onoe

s t o p f o r 'th; E W ~ Ubaseh a l l team again this spring. l u c k ~ l y , the bone chips he had i n h i s a n k l e were s u o o e s s f u l l v renoved and m y h e i n i few weeks Gary can cont i n u e t o l e a d EMU teams t o victory and chaee t h o s e g i r l - s afterwards!

Saturday afternoon, November 11th. t h e Interfraternity council s t a g e d t h e i r kick-off t o Greek Week Road Rally. A t s t a k e were a s p e c i a l r r c trophy f o r t h e f i r s t place f r a t e r n i t y , and individual trophies f o r f i r s t , second, and t h i r d p l a c e d r i v s r s and navigators. A t 2:00 p.m., 16 cars were turned l o o s e on Volusis County. The course covered approximately 5 5 m i l e s of back roads from Daytona t o Deland. Everyone frDally made it hack t o t h e f r e e keg of b e e r a t t h e f i n i s h and i t wan a p p a r e n t t h a t a11 had a g o d time. Finishing f i r s t in h i s V-W B e e t l e was Skip Disbennett ( d r i v e r ) and R u s s e l l Garner lnavigatori.

second p l a c e went to Jim B a e w o l f , Alpha Rho m e g a , and stephen wurtz ~ h i r q p l a c e winners were Jock Kubica and Bob a d l a , both from Delta chi. c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s go t o nlpha nho m e g a , f i r s t p l a c e f r a t e r n i t y winners and t o t h e i r d r i v e r , Jim R a e w o l f . â‚Ź0.' b r i n g i n Âś home t h e honore.

O Z C B a g a i n t h e Eagles of mbry-Riddle have extended their winning s t i a a k . For a 1 1 requl a r l y schedvled games t h e Eagles have remained undefeated with a 7-0-0 record. Coach Mansfield's BOECer e m a d p r o t e c t e d t h e i r r e c o r d l a s t Thursday by completely swampi n g the team from F l o r i d a I n s t i t u t e of Technology by t h e off balanced scare of 8-2. L a s t Saturday, howaver, w r y - R i d d l e wan d e f e a t e d i n an extra s e a s o n a l game i n vald o s t a , Georgia. he game was t o determine t h e NAUI D i s t r i c t 125 champions. I t was one of t h e b e s t o f f i c i a t e d season, games of -the Mansfield s t a t e d , although Berry college heat t h e Eagles 3-2. The l o s a , h w e v e r , does not a f f e c t the ~ a ~ l e a s e a s o n a l record.

Delta Chi ERAU Champs f i e l d p o s i t i o n which t a k e n advantage of quarterback Paul ~ h i t S c o t t Marcelle t h e end zone f o r PeCOnd J e t s score. Cramer cavght a pass the e x t r a point.

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The J e t s defensive l i n e of B i l l Nixon, Jim .Hunter, Coach Skjp Stone, and Joe Pinan k e p t t h e p r e s s u r e on a l l game as t h e y have done a11 sea801) long. T h i s caused more i n t e r s e p t i o n s as crowd fro.? a c o n v e r t i b l e Froede picked o f f i more and Wayne Lane and Bob The Vets cheerleaders one. a l s o began t o whoop it A r g i l a each had up, and t h e t e n s i o n The d e f e n s e a l s o s e t up t h e l a s t Jets tovChdow" s t a r t e d t o mount. . as Paul Barry ria it i n The v e t s won t h e to.; and e l e c t e d t o s t a r t t o make t h e acoro 19-0. with their offense. 8 0 t h teame came on t o The vets d i d n ' t h a r e t h e f i e l d and t h e a c t i o n mnch time l e f t . b u t w i t h s t a r t e d immediately. On a l o t ol d e t e r m i n a t i o n . t h e second play a vet: they g o t i t t o g e t h e r and pass was i n t e r c e p t e d by f i n a l l y scored as t h e Jet linebacker Larry. r e s u l t of a p a s s from ~d FrOEde Who raT. t h e b a l l s t r i c k l a n d t o Rick D i back t o t h e v e t s 20 y a r d p i e t r o . This was only by Jim Hunter aecond tovchdan line. the mainly o f v e r y &pertThe Vets g r e a t descored on the J e t s i n enced veterans. T h i s Saturday, Novemfense held u n t i l a p e e k three y e a r s of c m p e t i Florida Bible. College ber 18th. marks t h e pess p l a y turned i n t o a t i o n . o p e n i w game of t h e E w h a s a f i n e team w i t h J e t touchdam. The b a l l mora e x p e r i e n u , t h a n t h e i n t s r s o l l e g i a t e basketboYDCed off se"er.1 The game ended, &d b a l l team. The Eaqles Eagles, b u t Ceach -Ihands u n t i l J e t halfback it warn e v i d e n t t h a t t h e w i l l be t a i n g on P l o r i bach has a. l o t of f a i t h Dennis G c r l e caught the c r d enjoyed watohing d a Bible College f r o . i n this y e a r ' s team as b a l l i n t h e end zone. t h e No f i n e te-. Not Miami. m e game w i l l be he p r e d i c t s an e a s y win The Vet8 moved the only d i d t h e Vets and held i n t h e Meinland ~ r ,over Miami. illusNever before have ball on t h e next s e r i e s D e l t s Chi J e t a High rn on Bay S t r e e t . t h e r e bean so maw v e t s of d a m s b u t could n o t t r a t e t h e i r f i n e a t h l e i u s t around t h e corner ~-~-. soore and a t t h e end o f t i c a b i l i t y , b u t they irm t h e ~ a y t o n a~ h e a t r a p l a y i n g on an -interI n t h e previous y e a r s F O l l e g i a r e a p o r t b e f o r e , t h e h a l f it was still shared t h e s c h w l some s p i r i t which h a s been OUI b a s k e t b a l l team has 80 l e t s mke sure a l l 6-0. l a c k i n g around campus. hsd a rough time v i t h t h e Vets Club members At t h e beginning of t h e second h a l f t h e Jete ~ t t e n d a n c ef o r this game i n j u r i e s , l a c k of f a c i a r e o u t t h e r e supporting f o r an l i t i e s , and s t a r t a d t o move t h e b a l l . was phen-nal lack of t h e i r team. They showed aport and . p l a y e r s , b u t t h i s y e a r us what they c o u l d do ~n A f e v p e n a l t i e s moved i n t r a m u r a l the sEhool under t h e d i r e c t i o n and . f m t b a l l , let's see what them away from the g o a l h o p e f u l l y of where t h e v e t s took wer body can s u p p o r t sSYPelYiSion Of Coach they can d o i n baaketOUT i n t e r c o l l e g i a t e w u r z b a ~ h , the ~ a q l e sare b a l l ! PoSBesaion once again. Don't forget, Another i n t e r c e p t i o n, teama l i k e they d i d l a s t r e a l l y t o g e t h e r w i t h a Saturday, ~ m m b e r 18th gave the era g r e a t: sunday. f i n e link-up c o n e i s t i n q a t 7:00 p.m.

Delta Chi lets =he Delta Chi Jets have dominated intramural f o o t t a l l f o r t h r e e y e a r s r and t h i s year every team was o u t t o g e t them: As the weeks pasaed, it looked as i f the only team l e f t t o t r y and d e f e a t t h e J e t s was the tough Vets Club team. L a s t Sanday was the decisive weekend, wj th a l a r g e crowd t u m i n g o u t t o view what was to be t h e b e s t game of t h e season, and one of the b e s t i n the history of ERIU i n t r a m u r a l f o o t ball! he eta a r r i v e d on a s o h w l bus w i t h t h e i r f r a t e r n i t y f l a g waving and .beat t h e vetsD p a i n t e d on a l l of t h e sides. A chant f r m t h e p l a y e r s could be heard throughout Daytona and when t h e bus stopped, the2quiCk1y t r o t t e d . t o t h e s i d e l i n e s and began t o uup. he v e t s ver6 n o t without grandeur *a t h e i r pre-game entert a i m e n t ' c o n a i s t s d of a. 'police e s c o i t f o r a f a r vets, inclvdivets Club p r e s i d e n t Ron Nyhan dress blues, in his C h a r l i e Msllahon, and Jim Baeruolf, waving, t o t h e

Basketball Season Opens Tomorrow Night At Mainland Sr. High School

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The two-day n s e t , t h e l a s t and mast important on t h e 1972 TnSA achedu l e , g e t s underway on NDV. 18 with t h e 8. F. Godrich b y s e r i e s loo-miler a t 3:30 p.m. equipment has been orsunday's double head- Fencing dered so t h a t p r a c t i c e er v i l l f i n d t h e speedy in = o a -i r n w i l l soon be little I n t e r n a t i o n a l by MT. ~ a k s t - c o a c h a b l e t o scart. Formula 100 open-whcel Fourteen ERAU st"Beginners Work in machinee i n t h e - c u r t a i n d e n t s are t a k i n g p a r t i n group s e s s i o n s b u t w i l l r a i s e r a t 1:oo p.m. fencing l e s s o n s and more be g e t r i n g individual Highlighting t h e ast i o n Sunday v i l l be have e x p r e ~ a e d i n t e r e s t lesaone as soon as t h e the IMSR-Camel Grand and have come t o o b s e r v e f u n d m a n t a l a are l e a r n Touring " P r e s i d e n t i a l we meet Monday. Wednes- ed. ~ a c h v i l l move at has own speed. I might 250" f a r a l l t h e big- day, and ~ r i d a yf r o r 4-6 P.M. i n the v o l l e y S a l l add " a t h e r speed" a l s o . bore GT cars. as we have one "gal" i n The two m a t import- c o u r t i n Bldg. 3. V i s ant events t h e weak- i t o r s are welcome. some tho o u r r e n t group. ~ on -~~ .end s l a t e w i l l be ihe ~ a b y=rand chase on Saturday and t h e "Presi d e n t i a l ' on Sunday. ~ f t e r a season-long campaign, t h e outcome a£ t h e s e two racee v i l l d e c i d e t h e 1972 netiona 1 chmpiaqs. I n t h e Baby Grand event. t h e t i t l e could go to either Carson Baird of Laurel, ~ d . ,or E a r l F e l l i n of Kenaington, Hd. A s i n g l e paia8r separated Fellin and. Baird. he IMSA n a t i o n a l GT t i t l e w i l l be between iii-ieasii; o r ~ i c h m o ~ d , Va. and Hvrley Hayvwd Libbey's 1 , Chauvnist 0 . of Jacksonville. Fla.

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