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We couldn't get enough pictures of Jack and Vaughn! They could get enough beer!!

OUTDOOR BLUEGRASS CONCERT Country-time at E-RAU hit with a giant twang! The sounds of Sunshine ~ l i e ~ r a s s Boys, The Bluegrass Pardners and Red & Murphy & Company made this afternoon session a time of basic knee-slapping, hand clapping and foot stomping. Beer flowed, the sun blazed and Daytona Beach Community College, Embry-Riddle and WELE Radio gave the students and community a great day of country! Cruisin' on green grass - listenin' to Blue Crass - Mellow Day!!

If you can't "get down" - just stop to snap your fingers!!


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OCTOBERFEST BRINGS OUT THE GERMAN "SPIRJTS" IN US. Your SGA provided a unique and lively evening drunk October 20 with an evening concert featuring the "Hungry Six" a real German Oom, Pah, Pah, Band. To say the least everyone was busy singing and drinking to say the most most of those attending were totatty mellowed out by evening's end.

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He was riding tall in the saddle till his blister broke . . .old joke -sarw but it fits, now, doesn't it?!

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SwiwwSlere in this picture jack Hunt is hiding -find him then, let us know what you were on!O.K.?

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Actually, this Christmas provided E-RAU students with the 2nd Annual Christmas Party. Bethune-Cookman College's Choir and Daytuna Beach Community College's choral group provided the main musical moments, Special note, however, should be made to the infamous Dorm group who sang their little sore lungs out in original renditions of favorite holiday tunes. Santi Claur needed more fat, but he was jolty and everyone present felt the spirit of the hdidays, no matter what the religious persuasion. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!


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THE ANNUAL ERAU DORM PIG ROAST This event features a sacrificed sow (or two), people "pigging out" and WERU wailing. Great Day for everyone except Porkie!

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This act is so funky that we can't stand ourselves. Whoooc~!Get down, low?

SPRING Oh, You can call me Johnsonor you can call me Keith, or you can caH me K or you can call me W or you can call me KWor you can call me KWJor you can call me KWjdtnxln, but don't call me a recl head -because my hair is ORANGE.


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Pyro Gyro, voted "most promising group"; Bobby Kelton - comedian, and Delbert McClinton "King of Texas Rock" brought such excellent music and fun to this year's continually beer-laden concert that everyone was getting off on the day and I'm sure -were getting off that night. You know what I mean, say no more, say no more. Wink, Wink, nudge, nudge! 'Vhat a uniquely great day at E-RAl'


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SOCCER -Y O U T O O CAN WORK YOURSELF INTO A TOTAL BALL OF SWEAT FOR THREE LOUSY POINTS. GREAT GOING TEAM!!

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EMBRY-RIDDLE'S VARSITY SOCCER 'TEAM 1978-79 SEASON This international team has brought the qualities of all of their country's soccer style to the Embry-Riddle field of battle. Their efforts were rewarded with a fairly good season and good representation for this University to the community of University Varsity Soccer play.

The fellow on the left is a member of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and is demonstrating his hidden space-age flight belt. The only problem for him i s that the last time this team member was seen he was somewhere over Alburquerque. As for the rest of the Eagles -even their internationally flavored maneuvers are being thwarted by a sexylegged Goalie -who will be featured in the next issue of Playgirl.

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Well, I bought all the right clothes - but can I hit the ball? I'm sure going to try!

The man on the left is exhibiting the trick over the right shoulder shot, the guy in the middle has no class, and the one on the right doesn't know which end is up.

Though we kid about the varibur varsity sports at this campus this year's Golfing Team did ccksi&t&fy e t t e r for the university in all their cmltests and should k commended on their outstandifig sports achidvernentii. Good Going, Golfers!

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These golfers exhibit the sure sign of golfing success, bent shoulders, bent head, befit feet and bent out of shape if they don't hit the ball -after all that bending.


GREAT IMPROVEMENT IS SEEN IN THIS YEAR'S GOLF TEAM EIPlbry-Riddle's Go# Team showed great improvemrrt in their pu?tlw,iron and woods game as they faced each new collegiate competitsr. For a s c h l that sees fit to prouide very little enfhwiastjc side-ltrre suppart, aur varsity Golf Team has represented this Universiay well, and for the fird time in the team's history, was able to get a 302 team wore, the lowest in the history d E-WU"s team im cme of their many season's games. We of the Phoenix staff saluteyaarr spirit. May you always make the green and may you never find the sand!

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This irresistible force will soon be hitting this immovable object and the result will be a new form of non-objective art - with the consistency of mush, Great Sport, FOOTBALL The brothers of Brothers of the Wind will soon be Brothers in the dirt!


BASEBALL SEASON 1978-791 What we have here are six grown men playing stick-ball, But in their eyes is a powerful game of strength, precision, luck -and team work!

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This is the brother to the Egyptian god on the left - this is BITEMYLIPOFF, and he is waiting for someone to bend him back in shape.

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F&pzB r resident Vice President Secretary Treasurer

OFFICERS Pete Eggler Bill Palmer Berrae Meixsell Frank Bloomer


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Ted Branscornbe Greg Chase Lynn Hall Chris Holloway Gary Homanick JayMarjanian Mark Milham Bill Mitchell JoeMullarney Paul St. Amant Danny Schult Gary Towers Bill Wrobel Dave Zabilansky

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PLEDGES Tom Chapman Earl Bradford Neil McWilliams Greg Bergman Robert Sturdevant Kevin Willians Daniel Michuc Martin Monteiro Tom Stone Chathey Wilkins Anna Marie Fadden Terrell Thomas Erine Jones Maurice Vanderhan


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SPRING TRIMESTER OFFICERS President Vice President Treasurer Parliamentarian Pledgemaster Historian Alumni Secretary

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Sandy Markman

Dave Henshey Keith K01lai.k Tom Ridky

John Baker Don Bozzo Lorene Brown Jack Chernow Vince Crow Jerome Diehl John Engberg Randy Feldt Joe Filebark Cheryl Galloway Phil Gibson Dave Gordon Steve Henshey Sandy Markman Allan Matzek Tom McDonald Tom Ridley Steve Rothstein Linda Tanner Gail Twore(< Craig Sabatke Dave Waldman Don Eick Debbie Kitzmiller Ray Sofranko JamesZurales Paul Erling


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OFFICERS: FALL 1978 President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Alumni Secretary Sgt. At Arms

Tom Reres Charlie Johnson Don Seavey Peter Bix Bob Harris Chuck Stroup

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OMICRON DELTA KAPPA President

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OFFICERS President Vice-Pres. Treasurer Secretary

Alvin Brown Greg Huggins Dennis Henderson Jeff Hendricks

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We entered Embry-Riddle with determination to accomplish and endure the right for recognition, we searched endless days for notification, we wanted unity in the form of an organization. We're a group of men and women with one common aim in sight, we're the "brothers of the wind", our aims and purpose as you see i s to encourage others to join the aerospace society. We aim to help those in need and better ourselves by doing the deed, each member we hope will be a better person by being a part of this organization. Our wings are spread we take to flight, like an eagle who soars through the heavy winds of the night, to encourage others to continue to strive in bettering themselves and obtaining self pride.


BROTHERS Steve Tedrow Jack Kelch Rick Pinar Pat Hasset Val Escobar Ali Escandry Luis Izaguirre Rich Garber

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA OFFICERS President, Doug Baston V. President, Bill Prescott Treasurer, H isao Miwa Secretary, Pete Coulon Ritualist, Phil Metz Social Dir., Steve Bell Alumni Affairs, Ken Kluttz Scholarship, Tim Nares Alumni Pres., Clay Owens

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Robby's Pledges

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PLEDGES leff Barath Dave Crabtree Dave Hysong Margret Maslowski jeff Post Scott Restivo Jeff Sicard

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This has been quite a year with people coming and going and coming and going and phew! it got pretty hairy some times when deadlines hit and we weren't quite- that's a nice way to put i t we weren't quite ready for the deadlines. Chuck started with some good ideas but then again so did the others who warned to help and there were lots of words bur few actions. But the staff grew at one point there were some 21 volunteers who showed up for the Phoenix meetings. Mike Simmons even with all the hassles from the hecklers came through and helped put much of the beginning work into finished form. For such a new person he really hustled for us. Chuck kept taking photos, and so did Mike and Scott and Brian and gosh knows how many other Canon toting "experts" who came and went and flashed the staff their "professional" photo notebooks. We do, sincerely, thank all for helping no matter how short-lived your stay. Back at the old Phoenix office, Mike needed help and found it time and time again from Mike Toth -who, following a middle of the trimester election became the new Editor ofthe Phoenix for the Spring Trimester. With the aid of the staff who stayed here many times most of the night, a good looking Phoenix Yearbook has been designed and sent in on time. Thanks must also be given to Marvin Meyer, Taylor Publishing Company's representativefor ALL his help and to Eric Gruber and lean Snyder for their support. But most of all the Phoenix Yearbook would not have been finished if it were not for the eNhusiastic staff who continually supported and worked for FREE.

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THE AVION STAFF Much can be said about each and every member of this infamous lot of perverse individuals- their ways are the ways of all budding journalists trying to see how wild and crazy they can stay every hour of every day and still get out an "awardwinning" newspaper to this university's student body every flipping week. At the helm this fall and spring was Keith Kollarik, Jeff Barrow, Ed Milner, Marty Monteiro, KW Johnson, JoeMcEvoy, Chuck Henry, Rick Ardt, jimmy Blinker, Dennis Mitchell, JoeArmetta, Dan Mihuc, joe Rossi, Wes Oleszewski, Shawn Meagher, JohnBean, JoeRossi, Mike Sturges, and others. To say the least their secretary - (recently deflated to a more fashionable clothes size) -Jeanie Snyder -was never bored and always busy telling KW to stop buggingher, and for West to go away and for Keith to come in and for the staff to think pay increase. Marleau Adams also played a unique part in the Avion -he is our advisor -and we thank him for all his advice. We at the Avion Staff want to thank all of the student body and the administration's support in 1) reading the paper and reacting to it and 2) for not trying to interfere in the freedom of the press.

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Kim Clark Pat Wilkinson Greg Holst Gwen Holkeboer

STAFF Program Chairperson Services Chairperson March of Dimes Chairperson Membership Chairperson Public Relations Chairperson

Randy DiGirolamo Vaughn Watkins Bill Dove Craig Stechman Pat Neuzil

Faculty Advisor

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President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Program Chairperson Services Chairperson

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Prsparlng for Preflilght Cornpetition JoeCapicotti and JimLuraks inspect a Chickenhawk. Tom Connolly Flight Team Faculty advisor OFFICERS

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Howard Less Nena Baker

A vion Newspaper: Keith Kollarik Marleau Adams

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OFFICERS President Vice President Treasurer Secretary

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SIGMA PHI DELTA

THE CODE OF ETHICS The Code of Ethics of Sigma Phi Delta is founded upon t h basic: principles of truth and honesty. The quotation 'Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest," *ouM be the light guiding 'the footsteps of an Engineer towards service and success. An Engineer should at all times be mentally, physically, and morally clean, and should conduct himself as a gentleman. He should be courageous in following his own convictions, mentally awake to make use of every opportunity, and consider the welfare of others before his own. To his superiors, an Engineer should be dutiful; to his workers, helpful to his subordinates, generous, to all men, brotherly. An Engineer should t a b a g d guy on the joys al: lite. He dwuSQ fight against nothing so hard as his own w * w s , and should d e a v o r te, gaim inmngth. He hould lim that his actions&a15 ~ Q V Mk m i r & his own honer, md thu5 maintain the honor of the Engineering Profession.

Sigma The Fall Phi of Delta 19718 graduate saw thethree Sigmaengineers Pi chapter into of the surrounding community. We continue to expand every trimester; in the fall seven new brothers were initiated and in the spring a six man pledge class ensured. Th6 spirit of Sigma Phi Delta continues. We maintain our standards here at school, and our graduating brothers carry the brotherhood they have enjoyed with them wherever they go. Memories live on! We wish the best of luck to our graduates as they expand their horizons, seeking the future which waits for them.


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BROCKINCTON, SUSAN C. B.S. Aeronautical Science. Commercial Instrument, MultiEngine, CFII, E-RAU Precision Flight Team.

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BASFORD, MARK S. A.S. - Aviation Maintenance Airframe/Powerplant License, Private Pilot License, Honor Roll, Dean's List, Certificate of Helicopter Mainte-

BELOTTI, RICHARD B.S. - Aviation Management E-RAU Public Relations Chairman Management Club, Dean's List Member - Omicron Delta Kappa Honor

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HEROLD, Ill, ROBERT G. B.S. Aeronautical Studies. Senator Student Government Association, Scuba Club member, Avion Newspaper Cartoonist.

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440LST, GREGORY M. B.S. -Aviation Management. E-RAU Rising Senior Scholarship, Dean's List (Fall 7 5 through Summer '78), Secretary - Management Club, Private Pilot's License (E-RAU), Magna Cum Laude.

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HARLEY, LOUIS D. 111 -- B.S. - Aircraft Maintenance Technology. Delta Chi Fraternity member, Honor Roll, President of Cellophane Club, Commercial-Instrument-MultiEngine Ratings.

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JIMENEZ, LUIS A. B.S. - Aeronautical Engineering. Honor Roll - two trimesters, Member: American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics.

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JOHNSON, CHARLES R. B.S. Aviation Maintenance Technology Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges & Universities, Honor Roll, Dean's List, Airframe and Powerplant Licenses, Delta Chi FraVice President, Social ternity Chairman.

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JONES, CHARLES B. B.S. Professional Aeronautics. Dean's List, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity (Secretary), Vice President Programs, AAAA"(Army Aviation Association of America.)

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KEENAN, KEVIN R. 6.S. - Aeronautical Science. Senator - Student Government Association, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine Ratings, PresiE-RAU Sport Parachute Club, dent National Collegiate Parachute Championships, 1977 3rd place Team, 1978 2nd Place team, Avion Newspaper Contributing Writer.

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KRAUS, GERARD 6.S. - Aeronautical Science. Ratings: CFII, Multi-Engine, BGI, AGI, 1 ~ 1 Scuba ; club member.

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KEYSER, DAVID S. B.S. Aviation Management. Airframe Mechanics License, Power- plant Mechanics License; Private Pilot's License, Dean's List.

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LEMMERMANN A.S. - Aviation Maintenance Technology. Airframe and Powerplant Licenses, Dean's List.

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KENT, JUNICHI I. B.S. - Aeronautical Engineering. Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & colleges 1978-1979, Sigma Phi Delta Professional Engineering Fraternity (Secretary-Treasurer) 1978-1979, American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronau. t~cs(Secretary) - 1977-1978, Honor Roll - 1978, CCO Representative, IFC Representative, Intramural Sports.

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LESS, HOWARD K. B.S. - Aeronautical Studies. (Air Transportation Management), A.S. - Aviation Management. Commercial License - lnstrument Rating, Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges & Universities, Dean's List/Honor Roll, Student Government Association Social Functions Chairman, Student Government Association Senator, University Representative to NECAA Regional Convention, Oct. 1978, National Convention, Feb. 1979, Contributing Writer/ Advertisement Salesman - Avion Newspaper, Management Club, Stage Crew, (When did you have time to sleep, Howard?)

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MARTIN, GEORGE W. B.S. Aviation Administration. Layout Artist Avion Newspaper.

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MARKMAN, SANDRA L B.S. Aeronautical Science. Licenses: SES/MLE, CFI; Ratings CFII, Who's Who Among Students In American Universities $I Colleges 1978-79, klgha Eta Rho Fraternity Treawter {Rofessional Aviation Fraternity), Senior Class President April '79, Volusia County Hot-Line, phone counselor and execuInc. tive board treasurer; Weather Room Assistant.

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M C MENEMY, KEVIN P. Aeronautical Studies. Commercial lnstrument Engine Ratings.

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MULHALL, DAVID F B.S. Aemnautical Studies. Commercial License, Instrument Rating, CFI, Intramural Softball and Bowling, Volunteer Big Brother.

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NEU;L(lp PATRICIA L 0.S. - Aviation Management. Who's Who Among Students In American Universities & Colleges, Senator - Student Government Association, Publicity Chairman Membership Chairman and VicePresident of Manaement Club.

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NOBLE, JOHNE. A.S. - Aviation Maintenance Technology. Ratings and License: Commercial/ Instrument, CFI, U P .

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O'CONNER, WILLIAM E. B.S. Aeronautical Studies. Vet's Club, Riddle Regatta Committee; Deim's List Fall '77-Spring '79; Helicopter AtP, Instrument/CFI, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges 1978-79.

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SHELDON, BARRY D. B.S. - Aviation Management. Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society, Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges & UniverSitieS, Delta Chi Fraternity Brother, AVROC Club and Management Club Member, Private Pilot, Resident Advisor.

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SONNENBERG, CRAIG A. B.S. Aeronautical Studies. Minored in Maintenance Technology A&P License - Private Pilot, Intramural Softball, Dean's List - Spring '77 and Spring '78, Volunteer for Florida Healthand RehabilitativeServices.

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RUSSELL, JR., JOHNG. B.S. - Aviation Management. Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges & Universities 1978-1979, Treasurer of AAAA 1978-1979, Head Proctor of EC 110 Self Paced Fall 1978, Dean's List Summer 1978.

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STETZUER, GARY L -- B.S. -- A m nautical in(linecring. Sigma Phi Delta Prrrkssional E q i Management 'Iub Riddle newin8 Fraternity Brother, Private Bowling League Team Member. Pilot's licenw.

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SINGLETARY, JIMF. B.S. - Aeronautical Science. Commercial/lnstrument ASEL, CFI, ASEL and AMEL, Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges & Universities, Captain - E-RAU Varsity Golf Team. SKOOG, ROBERT L. -- B.S. - Aircraft Maintenance Management. Dean's List, Scuba Club Member.

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SOLARI, NELSON J.-- B.S. Aeronautical Science. Ratings Commercial, Instrument, Multi-Engine, Dean's List, Varsity Baseball Played 4 years - was Captain last 2 years, Intramural BaseScholarship (4 ball, AFROTC

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STWEW, PAUL 1. -- 6.5. Aeranautical Science. A.S. k r w t i e @ !kience. l A.S. -Aviation Ahmment. 1 AS. kemautical SQwcTis. Cornmrcial Instrument Single/

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TANNER, LINDA 1. B.S. - AHOnautical Studies. Who's Who Among Students I n American Colleges & Universities, Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society 1978-79, Alpha Eta Rho Member Fraternity Aviation Fraternity Brother 1977-79, Phoenix Yearbook '78 Yearboak Editor, Activities and Com1977munications b a r d Member 78, Miller Beer Campus Representative - 1978-79, CO-OP Student 1978-79, Private Pilot (ASEL).

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VILLARREAL, JOAQUIN A. B.S. Aircraft Maintenance Management. Who's Who Among Students I n American Colleges & Universities, Dean's List, FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate, Member - Vet's Club, Member Sigma Pi Fraternity (However, this i s not a fraternity at ERAU).

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WALDMAN, DAVID 6. B.S. -Aeronautical Science. Who's Who Among Students i n American Colleges & Universities '78-'79. Alpha Eta Rho Vice President '78, E-RAU Flight Fellowship/ Leadership Program, Dean's List Once, Honor Roll all other Trimesters, Cornmercial/lnstrument, ASEL and AMEL, CFliA and CFll ACEL, Parttime Instructor at E-RAU Flight Line.

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ZIKARAS, SARUNAS J. B.S. - Aeronautical Engineering. Aircraft Engineering TechnolB.S. ogy -1247. Sigma Phi Delta Professional Engineering Fraternity Brother, American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, Private Pilot Certificate, Aircraft' and Powerplant Mechanic, Intramural Football and Softball.

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I would like to thank the few that helped put the Phoenix '79 Yearbook together. These few are the ones who stayed aboard through the hard times, frustrations, missed deadlines, and blind guidance. Without Mike Simmons, Keith Gordon, Anna Marie Fadden, Chuck Henry, Glen Bergman, Mike Sturges and Scott Bowman, the Phoenix '79 would never have made it. A very special thanks to JeanSnyder, Avion-Phoenix Secretary for her help and guidance through those very hard times. Thanks to the SGA, Julie Rankin and Dave Wiepert for getting the Phoenix '79 back on its feet when we needed it. Finally a special thanks to Eric Gruber for his time and efforts in the production of the Phoenix '79 Yearbook. MICHAEL S. TOTH

Phoenix Editor: Michael Toth Assistant Editor: Michael Simmons Underclassmen Editor: Anna Marie ~a&en Senior Class Editor: Mike Simmons Faculty Editor: Keith Gordon Photography Staff: Mike Sturges A4 ike T0lil.3 Scott Bowman Chuck Hqnjy


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Now, we're either building a helicopter or the ferris wheel at Jack Hunt World!

When it comes to anything related to booze -there are volunteers.

This is the 12th hour of the Marathon Creek Guys!

Yes, rnese ~reathingdevices wtll nelp you get through the PFM food line -and they're only $29.95!!!

- One-Arm Sign Holding Contest - C o d -Coin'

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