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ee Invasion Cn 3-1-65 t h e fleer o f EM1 Increased by four. Four students of FFgh scholastic attainment were awarded t h e honor o f f l y i n g four new a i r c r a f t f r m the manufacturer J F Vers Beach, Florida t o Daytona beach. The students, Bob Willrnsn, Mr. Tacker and Lou want down i n a Twin Reach t o b r i n g back t h e wwcaness. Four now Cherokee 140's! Thesc a i rcrafr represent $ 1 0,000 each. Thls p r i c e may seem a i i t t l e steep f o r us under-funded students but l e t us consider t h e ~ d v a n t a g e s o f these planes.

From, k i t to r i g h t . M r . Bucky T a y l o r , M r . Charles Werm, Mr. Bob Urillman, M r . A, C. Tacker and M r . Ty Pryo; . Students and aircraft in background. ' continued

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F R O M THE DESK OF: J. A. LAUDERBAI~GH

We're o f f t o a bang-up trimester. T h e student crrallaent i a t h e largest in a long t i m e since t h e l a r g e i n f l u x of atudenta under the G . I . Bill. Our s t u d e n t p o p u l a t i o n bau T h a r e have been grOw11 11.46 since this time l a s t September, ueny i m p ~ r t a n tt h i ~ g shappening which I a m a w e you will be interested in hearing a b o u t . For instance, we have nade a considerable emount of progress w i t h our building glans. We a r e hopeful t h a t f u n d s will be available t h i s y e a r for the co;iazruction of our dormitory. W e a r e in t h e planning and development s t a g e o f o u r c a ~ ~ p u s .For t h i s reason we w i l l continue to t r y to u t i l i z e to t h c fullest a l l available facilities in order t o p r o v i d e y u u with the greatest pcssible o ~ p o ~ s u n i u t yn d e r this very difficult p e r i o d of transition. There a r o many f a c t o r s on t h e p l u a side which I hope y o u may have n o t i c e d . For instance, we have been f o r t u n a t e t o acquire some v e r y talented f a c u l t y w h i c h w i l l c c n t r i b u t e towarda enrichment o f n u r academic program in Engineering. The same is true in k ' l l g h t , and p e r h a p s i r r t h e near f u t u r e it w i l l be necessary t o a c q u i r e a f l d i t i o n a l assistance in our Airframe and P o w e r p l a n t Division. We are f o r t u r l a t e to ba-re as a member of o u r f a c u l t y Mr. Herbert M m s f i e l d , who h a s recently joined us as Dean of S t u d e n t s and just a a recenfly a c q u i r e d his letter in soccer f r b m Stetson University a t an age t h a t I s h o u l d n ' t mentioq. We expect our a t u d e n t particl2ation in t h e local a p o r t p i c t u r e to t a k e a d e c i d e d change f o r the b e z t e r . I h o p e :ha+, each of you who have talents i n t h i s area w i l l h e l p ,IS. Finally, we hzve two t h i n g s of interest in t h e acauemic line. We have, effective this trimester, started a new course in Aviation Management. This is a full p r o f e s s i o n a l program o f four academic y e a r s eevoted l o t h e business s i d e of aviation. I t w i l l encompass such subjects as statistics, business law, accounting, management and government. Secondly, we have made arrangemenTs t o p r o c u r e a computer t h e l a t t e r p a r t of November. It i s a Monrobot and will be used for engineering and business analysia and we will be offering elective courses t o Engineering a n d Management s t u d e n t s in t h e use n f t h i s machine

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W i t h t h e a p p o i n t m e n t o f Mr. Mansfield as the Deac 3f S t u d e n t s the. g p g y t s prompan of' F m h r y - R i d d l e is in f u l l development. Tn this program t h e r e w i l l be z seven man flag football tournament, S t u d e n t partlciration a ruddy s o c c e r team, and v a l l e y b a l l g a - l o r e , is e n c o u r a v d . In ~ r d e rt o f u l l y p a r t i c i p a t e a student s h o u l d h a v e a s t u d e n t activity c a r d , w h i c h c a n be p u s c h a s e d f o r $ ~ . u Q , You mag purchase a c a r d from a n y member o f t h e ~ e u d e r ~c ot u n c i l , or in the J e t s t r e a m r-aom in t h e A c a d ~ m i c b u i l d i n s ,

Flag f o o t b a l l p r o m i s e s t o b e one of t h e p o p u l a r S ~ O P ~ S ,Mcn who w i s h t o p l a y may o r g a n i z e t h e L r team a n d c h o s c a c a p t a i n . The c a p t a i c then s h o u l d ~ c t th e names of h i s men, c h e c k f a r s t u d e n t a c t l v i t y card? and t u r n t h e name of t h e t e a m a n d t h e names of h f s mEn either to one of t h e members of t h e S t u d e n t Councll o r t o Donald S h o r t e r , room 303, dormikory. 30 a r z a n i z e y o u r team, men, t h e s o o n e r you d o t h e s o o n e r t h e s c h e d u l e f o p p l a y i n g ill be made. T h e r e will b e referee's f o r t h e s e Kames, to p r e v e n t unnecessary roughness. Footballs a r e h v a f l a b l e and you may p i c k up a l l s p o r t e q u i p m e n t f r o m room 201 or c h e c k r o o q 303,

s o c c e r team is r e a r i n ? t o 50. T h e first practice was on Monday, O c t o b e r b t 1 , . ? ' h i s w i l l be ari eleven man ter*r~. The socce? r i e l d h a s been laid out 2nd in the Immedj.s'ce f u t u r e t h e p o l e s and net will be p u t i n p l a c e . The E r r h r y - R i d d l e s o c c e r t r a m has h i g h hopes that it will p l a y some of t h e leasi n g c o l l e g e s in t h e area. It is d e r i n i t e t!lat 85t;ctson w i l l be Riddle's f i r s t v i c t o r y . S t u d e n t s participating I n t h i s sport a r e a l s o r e q u i r e d t o h c v e a s t u d e n t a c t i v i t y car\-I. The

The volley b a l l f i e l d h a s been staked o u t ~ n dthe n e t w i l l b e up by t h e f i r s t of O c t o b e r . Men I n t e ~ e s t e din t h i s game can chose up teams and p l a y any time; t h e c o u r t 1 s b e h i n d t h e dorm1t ory

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N o w t h a t we have a ~ o o dS t a r t in a r e p 1 sports program, ycura c t i v e participacion w i l l be t h e essence of it% ssucess. So lets g i v e it your f u l l s u p p o r t ,

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CAW RACES w Ilany of t h e South's fastest and most expensive ~roductionand modified sports czrs were p r e s e n t at Davtona I n t e r n a t i o n a l S p e d w a : for the S p o r t s C a r C l u b of ,3mericafsa n n u a l two-day t l a t i o n a l Champicnship meet on Sep+embes 4th and 5th. The Central Florida Region at the S i C A sponsored the event wi-th e i g h t s c h e d u l e d races, 1-4 S ~ t u r d a yand 5-0 Sunday. Reg-i~tration and t e c h n i c a l i n s p e c t i m were h e l d early Saturday with practice and q u a l i f y i n ~races goine p a s t noon. S c h e d u l e d r a c e s 1-4 {each 15 m i n u t e s ) were r u n that a f t e r n a m . Sunday morning started with p r a c t i c e and qualifying races in the m o r n i n g and s c h e d u l e d races 5-8 ( e a c h 45 m i n u t e s ) in the a f t e r n o o n , #7 b e i n g the Paul Whiteman C h a l l e n g e Trophy Race. This race is f o r the t o p 4 p r o d u c t i o n and modified c l a s s e s (A-DP and C-l'i.1).

Cool, confident, c a s u a l John ( Buck) Flup Jr. af rer w i n n i n g S a t u r d a l easily, r e t u r n e d Suaday ditto. Buck from h i s 3 2 7 Chevy powered l o t b s s p o r t IC1.I) to an e f f o r t l e s s victory. Two AP P o r s c h e 904's P e t e r Gregg a n d Charles G o l b , d e f e n d i n g c h a m p i o n had t r o u b l e s l e a v i n g ths Cobras no competition for 2 n d , 3rd and Y t l l i n t h e rraphy s d c e .

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The results of our f i r s t meating t h i s term seem t o indicate that i t won't be long before the E-R Sailing Club really s t a r t s moving. W i t h one of the largest attendance we've ever had, z l e c t ions and mot ions were voted upon w i t h a club majority I n t h e best i n t e r e s t of members. Our main o b j e c t i v e for t h e next two months w i l l be g e t t i n g ready f o r our t r i p t o Tampa t o p a r t i c i p a t e i n the Thanksgiving Regatta. Thi:; past week the Student Council has allztred funds f o r purchasing a t r a i l e r t o c a r r y our f a s t , fast Suicide. Now a l l we have t o do i s a l i t t l e hard work and w e ' l l be ready f a go. We'll see you i n November w i t h a trophy (we h ~ p e ! )

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ent exclusive W e t h e students of Embry-Riddle wish to express our gradirude to certair. business establishments in the area who have g r a n t e d us s p e c i a l benefits. The student council initiated a plan to call on local business and inquire about special discounts to ERAX ~ t l ~ r ' , e i ~ tThe s . student must present to the merchant h i s s t ~ t d e n tactivity card to receive any special p r i v i l e g e s .

The following establishments have agreed to cooperate with the students in hopes of attracting their b u s i n e s s . They a r e presently granting students discounts . C h a r c o a l House Tony %r Frans Pizza Marios Sunoco Station

It is t h e i r way of saying " w e ' r e glad to s e e you here in Daytona. and w e ' l l both profit".

Come on in

Presently Lincoln G r i f f i t h s a n d Bruce Popp are calling on m o r e businesses. It is to t h e benefit of e v z r y student if t h i s list of businesses giving ~ l i s c o u n t sg r o w s longer. T h e s e guys need more h e l p . Lot's g e t behind them and ca:Ll on m o r e p r o s p e c t i v e d i s c ~ u n tgiving b u s i n ~ s s e s . Contact one of t h e m if you can help. A l s o buy an activity card so you won't be left out. I t ' s a good thing f,>r all of us sa let's go.

T h a n k s again b u s i n e s s e s f o r your considerati on and caope r a t i o n , you a r e t h i n k i n g of us.

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TO VIEW ' A B I R D

It was a bright and sunny day, One of Florida's best That we v t s r z e d or) our. wag TraveLing s l i g h t l y Southwest. 60 mile in t h e blazing suc From which t h e r e is no e s c s p e W e traveled on, on o u r way Tpwasd w h a t t h e y c a l l t h c C:~pe.

Beither snow n o r s u q a r g l o o m 01' rain Stayed t h e s e t i r e l e s s two W i t h b u t one t h o u g h t on b r a i n We h a d a job t o d o . H i g h or. a traeki.ng mound 7 m i l e from t h c bird P e o p l e stared and began t o p o u n J B u t saiu n o t a woru.

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ProSlems grew t o t i e l a y t n c l ' i i g ! * t 9 o r 2 n o u r s t o wait Maybe today or overnight B u t then t h e r e was P a t e . D a r K grew t h e skg T h e r a i n s t h e n csme No go t o d ~ yg u y No chance f o r fame. T h e man in Texas said "We scrub the f l i g h t t o d a y And w i t h straight a n d l e v e l head We sadly went away.

Drberrched were we as traffic was h i g h And t h e d a r ~rain was falling Onc l o o k back am a wave g o o d b y e A n o t h e r m i s s i o n calling.

B u t thoughts o f another day When men and women s h a l l i'ind That t h e y are pulling away knd leaving t h e world b e h i n u .

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There in a sour smell i n the air these days a s the nation's suppocled Ilcrea~aof the crop1!has begun to curdle. I speak of course, of the head long rush 'haway" f r o m the draft. Fatherless children have suddenly gained their legal Earnee, and t h e marriage-go-round is twirling at it's very f a a t e a t . Universities and colleges are filled to c ~ ~ r f l o w i nwith g this crop atriving to cram a little knowledge into their little heade.

To be drafted into m y military establishment is not to be conaidered apple pic and ice cream f o it ~ has been known tg create men odt of t h u m b suckers and corpses our of heroes. Y e t , there ~ e m a i n st h e fact that as a nation w e have inherited both the power and t h e respons!bility of the world without seeking or wishing ~t a ~ how d are we t o face up to t h i s responsibility when the young mcn of c u r country have lost the love of America. It appears that the manner in which our fathers protected their country with a naive, sentimental, and unsophisticated love has been lost z d far as this generation of young people is concerned. It appears that t h e y had r a t h e r be "wed than dead".

Hazel Shnrif

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In lieu of a peraonal history which i s usually carried i n t h i s article, Joe Smith submits the following:

The worker or workers who p u t on airs, wear h i g h hats and brag about t h e i r j a b s as p- ofessions are not g e n e r a l l y cared f o r . However, it is o c r b e l i e f that every s k i l l e d trade, if followed w i t h i n t e g r i t y , h o n e s t y , and sinceriry d e s e r v e as much p r i d e , r e s p e c t , and a p p r k c i a t i o n a s any o t h e r occupation.

Even t h o u g h we d o not aspire to high sounding l a b e l s ar titles, Aviation Maintenance is really a p r o f e s s i o n and the A v l a t ion Mezhanic is a Professional Man, In support ~f t h i s we s u k m i t e x c e r p t s from a s y n d i c a t e d article b y Wr, Mortimer J , A d l s r . Mr. A d l a r w n i t e s "The essential c h a l 7 a c t e r i s t i c s of a P I - a f e s s i o n i s T h e d e d i c a t i o n of its menbers to t h e s e r v i c e t h e y :erformi1, This b e i n g t r u e , t h e r , w e t h e A v i a t i o n t ? e c h a n i c s " a r e 7 ' ' : MI-. A d l e r f u r t h e r sta- , that in e v e r y :rue p r o f q z + r ;cr. ? . , fundamental good is 7 d e 2 bj* t h e t.;orkr,r of i t s :rl?mber-!i. '.?s l z g a l p r o f e s s i o n s e r v e s t h e ~ o v e r n r n c n t uf sc.:iety. Tlip I ~ Q L L p r o f e s s i o n aims a t t h e p r e s e r v a - t i o r , of h e a l t h , rhe t e a c h i n g profession a t t h e d i s s e m i n a t i o n of knowledge. The Aviation Maintenance p r o f e s s i o n also serves s o c i e t y , it makes ~ m s s i b l e fast, comfortable, s a f e transportation b y air,

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Professional a c t i v i t i e s a?e further d i s t i n g u i s h e d by th- way professianal men are r e l z t e d in t h e i r work. I n b i l s i n e s s o n e man may work f o r a n o t h e r . In the hospital the a n e s t h e t i s t , t f e nurse and l a b c w a t o r y t e c h n i c i a n do not work f o r t h e s u r g e o r , , : , u t all work together for the h e a l t h o f t n e p a t i e n t . In : v i a t i o n t h e fdecnanic, a l t h o u g h Ile dra,ss p a y from t h e f , i ? - I L n c , vorks t o g e t h e r w i t h the p i l o t , t h e s t e ; . > a r d e s s and tiie flight e n g i n e e r f o r the s a f e t y of t h e traveling nublic. Mr. R.H. Tawney, famocs E n g l i s h e c o n o m i s t , once said t h a t the Professional Man f i n d s +he measure of h i s s u c c e s s n o t in t h e f a c t that he makes money bur i n t h e s a t i s f a c t i o n t h a t he makes good law, or knowledge, or h e a l t 5 .

Good Mechanics do n o t f i n d t h e i r chief reward in t h e i r pay checks. I t isn't dollars that conpensat2 f o r wind and cold, rain and h o t s u n , and s t r a n g e h o u r s a n d t h e endless p r e s s u r e s of m e e t i n g s c h e d u l e s . It i s the s a t i s f a c t i o ~ of s u c c e s s f u l l y g u a r d i n g t h e l i v e s of your f r i e n d s o n t h e flight crew and the many t r a v e l e r s you may never s e e . So whether yru think o f y o u r work a s a i o b , or a trade, or a p r o f e s s i o n , . y o u are i n good company w i t h the men who do skilled. work to a c h ~ e v ea u s e f u l social g o a l .

So t o all professional A i r f r a m e and Powerplant Mechanics, h o l d y o u r heads high, p u r s u e ;our job with p r i d e a n d d i g n i t y , and take your place on t h e f r o n t row of s o c i c t y .

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