SEN 1902

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Table of Contents – SEN 1902

  1. Wacky News
  2. Wanted 7XX timer
  3. Where are they now – Randy Archer

News from the Wacky Willamette:

Sunny but a little breezy in the afternoon kept the Tangent Classic flyers eyes on the sky as their models were often caught in monster thermals. The air was tricky however, as only the class winners were able to max out for the bigs and we had only one fly off in F1 G on mini day. We did shorten the maxes for the final rounds both days as models were going well beyond the primary field and although we had motorcycle access the field to the south on big day had been rough plowed making the bikes useless. The field was hard rolled on mini day so no worries but the breeze was much more aggressive.

We really want to thank all those that support our northern contest by traveling great distances. Here are the scores:

F1 A

1. Jim Parker 180 180 180 180 180 180 120 1200
2. Don Zink 180 180 180 180 174 180 120 1194
3. Mike McKeever 180 180 180 163 180 180 120 1183
4. S Rosenzweig 180 180 180 180 180 180 0 1080
5. Pierre Brun 180 180 156 172 180 72 60 1000
6. Peter Brocks 141 77 102 180 DNF 114 120 734
7. Lee Hines 0 DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF

F1 B

1. Blake Jensen 180 180 180 180 180 180 120 1200
2. Jack Emery 180 180 180 180 180 180 100 1180
3. Walt Ghio 180 180 180 180 180 153 120 1173
4. Al Ulm 180 180 78 62 141 180 DNF 821
5. Rich Rohrke 180 87 120 159 125 DNF DNF 662
6. Norm Beattie 48 DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF 48

F1 C

1. Mike Roberts 180 180 180 180 180 180 120 1200
2. Ron McBurnett 180 163 180 180 180 180 120 1183

F1 G

1. Peter Brocks 120 120 120 120 251 731
2. Tiffany O’Dell 120 120 120 120 198 678
3. Walt Ghio 84 120 116 120 120 560

F1 H

1. Mike McKeever 120 101 120 120 60 521
2. Jim Parker 120 80 120 120 60 500
3. Lee Hines 109 85 120 120 60 494

F1 J

1. Mike Roberts 120 120 120 120 60 540

F1 Q

1. Frank Pollard 120 120 81 91 60 472

Thank you as well to LInda and Glenn Grell and the Willamette Modelers Club for having all the flyers to there house after the Saturday competitions for a wonderful dinner and flying conversations. A truly great get together for all the modelers.

Thanks again

Ron & Mike


Looking for 7XX

Hi roger

.I am looking for MTK 7xx timers please post it on your next SEN newsleter

contact: matan91amar@gmail.com

regards

Matan Amar

Where are they now – Randy Archer

Randy took some time off from F1C to help his son Ryan with his Giant Scale R/C aerobatics activities. Ryan does well and appreciates have someone as skilled as his father helping him. We see them at the AMA shows where Ryan is doing sponsored indoor 3-D R/C

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Randy has also prepared this classic Pontiac GTO Ram Air IV Convertible with his prototype shift light hood tach. A video is on Youtube at http://goo.gl/CjCsRv

Ryan has been trying to get his dad to go back to F1C. Randy has been thinking of some new ideas so you never know…

…………………….
Roger Morrell