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PROGESS The administration has hurdled to a new plateau. New faces and pdicies have replaced the old. Who can ever forget the high efficiency of preregistration, the convenience of the deferred poyment plan, a d the effort made to help each student to obtain his goal. Quality personnel with great personal interest have initiated these changes and other important changes in policy. Chonges that will enable Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to centinue to excel in aviotion educa-


Mary Ann Bennett Receptionist


PLACEMENT Barbara Ahouse Heide Avery

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Hony D. Fdesr V.P. For Adn,issions

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Edward Wurzbach Dir. of Athletics

Jeff Ldewitz Dir. Counseling and Ouida~~~

John Spears Deon of Men

Naveda Humphrey Secretary Deon of Men


Flora Holmes Ast. Registrar

Tom Wilson D w n of Continuing Ed.


John G. McKoy, Jr.

Tine W. Davis

Phillip H. Elliot, Jr.

lohn C. Adams, Jr.

Channing Dichter

Richard V. Drake

David 1.

Tally Embry

Frank H. Mayer

Charles 1. Proctor

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James M. Moran

Leonard J. Povey

J. T. Pyle

Mervin Strickler

Thomas P. Stafbrd

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The interest each instructor has in his students provides the foundation for learning. Their timely use of visual aids and their advanced testing procedures make them the harbingers of learned individuals.

Dr. Hortensia Ballina

Dr. Daniel D. Sain

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Roger Campbell

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Edward Garrett


Sandra Kamens

Burdette Lomar

Dr. James kkcCl0rk.y


Alfonso Barrs


Jerry C. Harrell

Kenneth R.

Elmer C. Hoover

Larry J. Hman

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James W. Mitchell

John H. Lewis

Frank P. Moron


William Bloodworth


An engineer is one who passes as an exacting expert on the strength of being able to turn out with exa n cig t fortitude strings of incomprehensible formulae calculated with micrometic precision from extremely vague assumptions which are based upon debatable figures ocquired from inconclusive tests and quite incomplete experiments carried out with instruments of problematic accuracy by persons of doubtful reliability and rather dubious mentality with the particular anticipation of dimconcerting and annoying everyone outside of their own profession.

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David E. Connor


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A manager is one who makes competent decisions fram analyzing both sides of a problem while listening to neither and havin^ asked their technical advisors and colleagues and peering over numerous charts and statistics disregards them as having no bearing on the issue while having kept clientele in various sfages of waiting they completely contradid themselves annoying everyone inside and outside heir own prof* rim.

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Peter D. l?ehde

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Rosifu Cabrsra


Dennis J. Caldwell

nenry ~othran

James R. Doering


Richard Donegan


Kent George

Joseph Green


Frank H. Mayer Douglas MacKay

William M i l l a


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Cums J. Poree


Jess R. Rowkrnd Jr.

Roland Sicotte


Lawrence M. S-y William J. Stotts

Richard H. Vail

Gary L. Stover


Charles H. Whitten


An Air Science man has seen it all. He'll tell you what's wrong with the plane or how to ease congestian in the schedule. He's walked away from burning aircraft and scared h a r i out of the controller. He'll defy the laws of gravity and laugh in the face of danger, but then why not? He's a pilot.

Bussey Xllsup Mason Aldrich

Lee Andersen

James M. Allen


Stephen 1. Avery Ill


Scott Bond

Bruce Beer

Jonathan S. Mi


John D. Cbpnniere


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Joseph F. Gamarano


Thomas E. Nanfeh Lorry P. Moyers

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William W&e Brian Weisblat


John D. Wilson Ricardo Willems

David Woznicki


A mechanic is a magician with a wrench. He can fix anything that wulb, runs, creep, or crawts. He's a master improvisor. tie can out-do Rube Gddbwg or mesmerize Da Vinri. Quality? Hb produces the finest work since Douglas built the Dauntless. And Pride? He's a mechanic isn't he?

Ronald Cheshire William E. Ball

D~naldW. Clapper


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John S. WWO


Franklin Hall Edwin G. Gilpin

Gilbert 1. Hadden

John Meroth

Kim Morris ?

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Peter Osbome

Robert G. Nruneni


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Michael 1. McKenzie John W. McMahon

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Joseph J. Kowrik

Nidrdms F. Kropag


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Michael Pmter &vccr E. Rainey

Samuel M. Reed


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Alpha Rho Omega, a professional maintenance fraternity, was formulated in the minds of several interested students out of a need to create a spirit of cooperation and understanding among aviation maintenance technicians, maintenance managers, and aircraft engineers. This need has for a long time been a problem both at school and in the industry itself. The fraternity is a step toward the goal of bringing the maintenance profession closer together in a spirit of unity so that as we grow and prosper, so will the aviation industry, as a whole, grow and prosper. The date of founding was during March, 1971, at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Fla. Alpha Rho Omega believes that the aviation maintenance profession holds a very important position in today's aviation community. These particular individuals are responsible for the lives of those who depend on their skill and iudgemenk School is the place to learn a skill, but judgement must be learned from association with people. We want to better prepare our members to take their place in the industry as a responsible member of the team striving for the betterment of aviation. We have plans to extend Alpha Rho Omega to other schools and eventually throughout the entire aviation industry. The fraternity is on the ground floor trying to establish the guidelines that must be followed if it is to succeed, but already we see that there is no end to the possibilities which are open. At the present time, the fraternity meets every Wednesday evening to discuss the problems which have arisen during the week and plans for upcoming events. After the business meeting, there is a film or discussim on job placement for the seniors und alumni. The upcoming agenda has dates set aide for guest speakers which will invariably enlighten us on how to further prepare the professionals of tomorrow ta learn the new methods and techniques empbyed in everyday muintcnsmca throughout the industry

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It is the sincere hope of the fraternity that as w r brothprs graduate and enter the field of aviation, they retain their ties with the fraternity and kelp us prepare other men to take their places in aviation also. Hopefully, before not too long, Alpha Rho Omega will be a standard name in the aviation industry used to introduce one brother to another and overcome the communication barrier betwean men of the same career field. At present Alpha Rho Omega incorporated chapter membership in the Society of licensed Aircraft Enginiren and Technologists, London, England. The Society is a technical and pt~fesJon~I society forrndd in 1944 in England, and is devoted to the general advancement of aerorrautiml mainhanu, and the pmmotion of safety in all wiation. The h.odque&r for the Ssdipro is 1M;abd wftskk Lendan, England and at the pseht time the ~ d v membership e in the Society is ever 7,000 with approximatsly 20% af the total in 44 countries throughout the free world.


A I i is provided for students w h a n active members of Alpha Rho Omega, a d who need or require d e d assistance in a mistmdersknding throughout the A i h m e and Powerpiant currkiulm. The members that an m the list are aain on-campus who are duly rahd Airframe, Powerpiant, a A i r h m Md P m r p k m t Tahnicims. It is suggested that the students requiring as contact ih. member of his choice IN PERSON# so that a schedule a a referral to another member who is more qualified to exp problem can be agreed upon. It must be undwsbod by h e student that i t is up to the individual technician as to whether he is w not to aid a student.

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Skip Dawson Vice-President


Congratulations to Embry-Riddle's Soccer Team, the E d e s who roared to victory lhii -son by capturing ths Disfrid 25 Soccer chompionrhipl District 25 encompasses all NAlA soccer teams in Florida and Georgii, most of whom have been in existence at kost M c e as long as the Embry~Wdteteam. (NAIA stands for National AssocktSon of Intercollegiate Athletics.)

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A Ikt of pkysrr an the E a g k team rsads lib a "Who's W i d ' of 6. Unlhd b&ims. And, the team mamtsm all p t a h g famously, aamiing to cculch iubmaeM (airs E-RAus Vke-Presih t , Sfud*Rt Affairs.) Eight par &t of he sturksnt l a d y are f r o n r f o n i O n ~ , b u t m p . r ~ O f ~ p O ~ ~ p l ~ ~ areCaaignI)rwlwrh. .-. . . , I .

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Intramural Sports feature tournament play in Softball, Volleyball, Flag Football, and Basketball. Other intramural sports which will begin soon are Weight Lifting, Ping-Pong, Paddle Ball, and Oneon-One Basketball.


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THIS IS the time of the year when M o m sit down and have hwrt-toheart ~QRIwith Hteir mns. "Son, now that ~ Q Uhave @uated, ywr mother feels I wouM not k~imydutiesorofa%uifI did net exdoh certain fa& about Me )o you." "Yea, Dad." "Pint, I would like to show y w a will have b s that you world. FWtoe m ml

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Dear Students: We the staff of the Phoenix hope you will enjoy and remember this year's Phoenix. As editor, it has been a most interesting adventure for me and a real challenge.

I'd like to thank everyone who cooperated so fully with me and without them this book might never have gotten off the ground.

I'd especially like to express my sincere appreciation to my four staff members for their hard work and relentless pursuit of excellence. They are the ones who did the real iob on this book. Mine was only to put it together. To these people a special thanks. David E. Connor



Phoenix 1972