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Table of Contents – SEN 1926

  1. In the Press
  2. Team Selection Finals Thanks
  3. USA Team manager
  4. F1H for Sale
  5. Rule Change proposals ?
  6. Americas Cup Status

In the Press

In the most recent Free Flight News there is a letter to the editor from John O’Donnell. JOD has retired from competition free flight but still has much wisdom. In the letter he gives some of that wisdom to those contemplating taking up FAI FF

Much more is involved than a simplistic attempt to ‘buy a way to the top’. Remember money can provide models – but not talent !

Team Selection Finals Thanks:

On behalf of the Team Selection Committee I would like to thank all of the volunteers who helped with the running of the Boulder City Finals. We could not have done it without you. Please acknowledge these fine folks the next time you see them:

Roger Morrell, Head Jurist
Norm Furutani, CD
Jon Ziesloft, EA/Processing
Mike Richardson, Head timekeeper
Lindy Murrell, Scorekeeping

Timekeepers:
Luda Stamova
Carl Bogart
Bill Gannon
Kang Lee
Matt Gewain
Gail Gewain
Janna Van Nest
Randy Secor

A Hurricane in the Pacific stirred up weather patterns in the Western United States and made it necessary to use all but the last hour of the reserve day to get in the minimum number of rounds plus flyoffs needed to select the nine team members and alternates in the allotted four days. I believe that decisions made by Roger Morrell, Norm Furutani, and the acting jury members (In addition to myself: Paul Crowley, Jim Parker, Andrew Barron, Faust Parker, Gil Morris, Matt Gewain, and Mike Roberts) saved the contest and made that possible.

I would also like to thank the members of the Finals Oversight Subcommittee: Charlie Jones, Bill Booth, and Chuck Etherington for their work in preparation for the Finals. I would especially like to thank Charlie and Bill who each put in many hours of extra work.

Thanks also to Marty and Aimee Schroedter for the use of the Processing Tent.

Sincerely,
Blake Jensen

U.S. Team Manager nominations

Per the Program (p-20); “Any person who wants to be considered for Team Manager must submit his/her name in writing by email to the TSC Chairman not later than 30 days after the Finals. Team members and program participants are encouraged to submit recommendations for Team Manager to the FF TSC Chairman or AMA directly.” That puts the deadline at Nov 26th, the day before Thanksgiving. Also, per AMA’s World Championship Teams ‘Blue Book’: “Team manager nominations will be accepted from the AMA membership community; groups which can be involved in this process may include: program participants, the presidents of AMA-recognized Special Interest Groups, previous and current team members and helpers, AMA HQ, and the team selection committees. A brief résumé must accompany the nomination.”

The resume requirement doesn’t have to be a big deal; a few sentences is fine. Please submit requests and nominations to:

bjensen@theoutlookonline.com
or
cpierce@modelaircraft.org

Thank you,

Blake Jensen
FFTSC Chairperson

M&K short F1H for sale.

Refurbished / Covered wing, New tail boom. Timer cleaned and DT line replaced. If you wish to fly before you buy, this model is availble to fly at this weekend at the Patterson contest on Sunday. I’ll provide support during the F1H contest.

Please contact me
Jim Parker <N89015@aol.com>


Rule Change proposals/Ideas

Recently the document below appeared on FB and a number of forums. It is not clear the origin of the proposals. However a number of European readers sent it to me and asked me to publish it.

Draft Proposals for CIAM Plenary 2015

1F1A 3.1.11 Launching Devices
a)The glider must be launched by means of a single cable with a minimum diameter of 1.5mm. The length of the cable, including release equipment and the launching device shall not exceed 50 metres when subjected to a tensile load of 5 kg. This tensile load shall be applied by means of an appropriate apparatus available to the competitors before and during the competition and also to officials during the competition when checking at least 20% of the gliders. Metal cables are prohibited.
REASON: The increased drag resulting from a minimum diameter of cable will reduce launch altitude and hence reduce absolute performance of F1A
COMMENT:
(1) This needs some tests to see if 1.5mm is a suitable diameter to significantly reduce bunt height.
(2) I considered whether to also specify that the cable must be single strand to facilitate measurement. But probabl y no necessary because a stranded cable would be more likely to squash on measurement and give a lower apparent diameter.
2F1A 3.1.11 Launching Devices
c)To facilitate observation and timing, the cable must be equipped with a pennant, having rectangular shape of a minimum area of 8 dm2 and the smallest side of at least 5cm, attached directly to the main cable.
REASON: To increase drag on the line and hence reduce launch height, with incidental benefit of better visibility for timekeeping.
COMMENT: I have suggested just over 3 times the current size – will this make a significant difference??
3F1A 3.1.5.Definition of an Unsuccessful Attempt
Add new item:
g)The model has been towed for more than 5 minutes without release from the towline
REASON: To reduce ease of achieving maximum flight times achieved by F1A models by giving less opportunity to search for thermals.
COMMENT: Possibly as an alternative to previous changes proposed for F1A.
4F1A 3.1.7.Duration of Flights
Modify first sentence:
The maximum duration to be taken for the official flights in world and continental championships is four minutes for the first round
and three minutes for subsequent rounds. In other international events a maximum of three minutes will be used for all rounds
unless different durations (not exceeding four minutes) have been announced in advance in the contest bulletin for specific rounds.
REASON: To reflect performance of F1A models, which is similar to F1B and F1C which have 4 minute maximum in round one.
5F1B 3.2.1 Definition
Delete the possibility of variable camber:
Model aircraft which is powered by an extensible motor and in which lift is generated by the aerodynamic forces acting on surfaces remaining fixed in flight, except for changes of camber or incidence. Model aircraft with variable geometry or area must comply with the specifications when the surfaces are in minimum and maximum extended mode.
REASON: To eliminate changes of camber of the lift generating flight surfaces, that is wing flaps not allowed. Flaps are being used on some models and a possible performance reduction and simplification is allowed by banning flaps before common adoption.

6aF1B 3.2.2 Characteristics
Maximum weight of motor(s) lubricated 25 g
6bF1B 3.2.2 Characteristics
Maximum weight of motor(s) lubricated 20 g
REASON: To reduce performance of F1B models.

7aF1C Characteristics
Maximum duration of motor run: 4 seconds from release of model.
7bF1C Characteristics
The maximum diameter of the air intake of the motor is 4.5mm
REASON: To reduce performance of F1C models.
COMMENT: Following suggestion , actual size to be confirmed.

8Annex 1 World Cup 8 Communications
The World Cup Coordinator should receive the results from each contest in the World Cup and then calculate and publish the current World Cup positions. These should be made available via the FAI web site.
REASON: To update the paragraph to reflect current practice, with the World Cup Coordinator having responsibility for the results and publication on the internet instead of distributing copies of results.

9Volume ABR A.6 Proposals submitted to CIAM.
Add new item (i)Proposals which are accepted by Plenary will usually become effective from January of the year after the Plenary meeting. If a later effective date is required, this must be stated and justified in the proposal. The effective date must adhere to the dates defined in A.13.
REASON: To facilitate making significant changes to classes, which might render obsolete some models or components. These are more likely to be accepted by the competitor community if increased notice is given of the rule change.
Consequential change to A.7. Replace (c) and (d) by (c) Any proposals received out of sequence with the appropriate two-year cycle (A.13) and without later effective date and justification ( A.6.(i) ) will need to be re-submitted .

AmCup Update.

Only 4 contest left this year.

All but mathmatical locks for first place: F1A- Jama Danier. F1B- Walt Ghio. F1P- Bob Hanford. F1G- Tiffaney O’Dell. F1J- Faust Parker, F1Q- Matt Gewain. F1E- Peter Brocks

Real possiblity for first place change: F1C- Faust Parker is holding a 1 pt lead over Ron McBurnett. F1H- Bob Sifleet hold s a 2 point lead over Mike McKeever.

Please send corrections to : <N89015@aol.com>

Thermals, JIM

America Cup results - with individual placings

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR 14
Ike 23
NAC 15
MM 21
SCA 11
Srn 4
SAN 11
NCA 2
BAl 8
Spe 2
Hcu 2
HIC 5
IFA 3
MMM 8
CEn 5
SKA 4
HC 4
USO 8
FFF -x-
NWF 7
NW2 6
O&W 3
Bro 3
Dyn 1
USF 5
GGG 4
TCC 4
CFA 13
Can -x-
Ser 11
SWC 11
ESF 0
Pat 0
AZC 0
KOI 0

F1A
1 Danier, Jama 110 Ike-1 NAC-1 HC-1 USO-2* GGG-1
2 Parker, Jim 101 SWR-5* NAC-3* SCA-2* SAN-2 BAl-4* NWF-1 NW2-1* USF-4* CFA-1 Ser-3* SWC-2
3 Barron, Andrew 95 SWR-2 Ike-4* NAC-2 HIC-1 SKA-3* USO-4* O&W-2 GGG-3* SWC-3*
4 McKeever, Mike 88 SCA-4* SAN-6* NCA-2 BAl-1 NWF-3 NW2-4* USF-1 CFA-5*
5 VanNest, Brian 78 SWR-4 NAC-5* MM-4 SCA-1 BAl-5* CEn-2 USF-3* CFA-4* Ser-5*
6 Tremayne, Garrett (jr) 75 SWR-1 Ike-5* NAC-4 MM-1
7 Jones, Kyle 73 MM-3 IFA-1 SWC-1
8 Rosenzweig, Shlomi 69 SAN-1 BAl-3* NWF-4* NW2-2 USF-2
9 Spence, Steve 67 Srn-1 Spe-1 USO-3 TCC-2*
10 McQuade, Pete 63 MMM-3* CEn-1 Dyn-1 SWC-4
10 Sifleet, Bob 63 HIC-2 SKA-2* O&W-1 GGG-4 SWC-5
12 Zink, Don 55 NWF-2 NW2-6 Ser-1
13 Markos, Chuck 50 Hcu-1 IFA-3* Bro-1
13 Pecenkovic, Enes 50 MMM-4 CEn-3 Ser-2
15 Bauer, Ken 48 SCA-3 NCA-1 USF-5
16 Fedor, Mike 45 Srn-2 TCC-1
17 Limberger, Rene 44 Ike-3* MM-2 CFA-3 Ser-4*
18 Stalick, Alex (jr) 43 Ike-2 SAN-3
19 Farmer, Jim 40 SAN-5 MMM-1
19 Lorbiecki, John 40 Hcu-2 IFA-2 Bro-2*
21 Bevan, Dave 37 Srn-3 USO-5 TCC-3
22 Barron, Peter 35 HIC-3 GGG-2
22 Cai, Oliver 35 SCA-5 USO-1
24 Farkas, Leslie 34 HC-4 CFA-2
25 Hanford, Bob 30 Srn-4 NCA-2
26 Allnutt, Peter 25 MM-5 HC-3
26 Fradkin. Igor 25 SKA-1
28 Brun, Pierre 22 NWF-5 NW2-3
28 Farmer, Sam 22 MMM-2
28 Stalick, Ted 22 SAN-4* BAl-2
31 Nikolajeras, Vidas 20 HC-2
31 Tetrick, Logan (jr) 20 SWR-3
31 Yori, Joel (jr) 20 HIC-4 SKA-4
34 Pecenkovic, Jasminka 17 MMM-5 CEn-4
35 Brocks, Peter 16 CEn-5 NW2-5
36 Bertrand, Dick 15 Bro-3
36 Tzvetkov, Tzvetan 15 O&W-3
38 Powell, Chuck 10 TCC-4
39 Coussens, Ben 8 SCA-5
40 Barron, Gina (jr) 5 HIC-5

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR 13
Ike 21
NAC 19
MM 30
SCA 14
Srn -x-
SAN 4
NCA 3
BAl 15
Spe -x-
Hcu 3
HIC 6
IFA 6
MMM 5
CEn 6
SKA 5
HC 4
USO 23
FFF -x-
NWF 6
NW2 4
O&W 4
Bro 5
Dyn 1
USF 7
GGG 4
TCC -x-
CFA 15
Can -x-
Ser 13
SWC 17
ESF 0
Pat 0
AZC 0
KOI 0

F1B
1 Ghio, Walt 113 SWR-1 NAC-1 SCA-4* SAN-1* NCA-1 NWF-3* NW2-3* USF-2* CFA-4* Ser-1
2 Jensen, Blake 95 SWR-3 Ike-3* SCA-1 BAl-3* MMM-4* CEn-2 NWF-1 NW2-2* Ser-4* SWC-5*
2 Vaccaro, Tom 95 MM-2 SKA-2 O&W-1 SWC-2
4 Jones, Charles 90 SWR-2 NAC-2 MM-3 SCA-5* IFA-2 CFA-3* SWC-4*
5 Andriukov, Alex 85 Ike-5* MM-1 SCA-2 SAN-2* USF-3* CFA-2* SWC-1
6 Horak, Ladi 80 Ike-2 NAC-4 HC-3 GGG-1 Ser-5*
7 Mathews, Tony 79 HC-2 USO-3 GGG-2 Ser-3
8 Booth, Bill 75 Ike-4* NAC-3 MMM-2 CEn-3 SWC-3
9 Allen, Carrol 70 HIC-4* SKA-1 USO-2 O&W-2
10 Schlosberg, Aram 66 HIC-1 SKA-3 HC-1 O&W-3*
11 Emery, Jack 61 NWF-2 NW2-4 CFA-1
12 Schroedter,Martin 60 Ike-1 SCA-3* BAl-1
13 Simon, Evan 50 Hcu-2 USO-1 Bro-1*
13 Pivonka, Jace (jr) 50 MMM-1 CEn-1 Dyn-1*
13 Crowley, Paul 50 SWR-5 Hcu-1 IFA-3 Bro-3*
16 Simon, Greg 46 Hcu-3* IFA-1 USO-5* Bro-2
16 Morrell, Roger 46 NAC-5* BAl-4 MMM-5* CEn-5 USF-1
18 Ackerley, Cameron 35 HC-4 NW2-1
18 Myers, Dick 35 SAN-3 NCA-3
20 Malkhasyan, Sevak (jr) 34 MM-5* SAN-4* USF-4 Ser-2
21 Felix, Ron 26 HIC-3 SKA-4
22 Davis, Troy (jr) 25 BAl-2
22 Saks, Dave 25 MMM-3 CEn-4
22 Troutman, Mark 25 NCA-1
25 Radziunas, Sarah 21 HIC-2
26 Hanford, Bob 20 NCA-3
26 MacCleery, Richard 20 USO-4 Bro-5
26 Batiuk, George 20 BAl-5 CFA-5
26 Clapp, John 20 O&W-4 GGG-4
30 Guest, Bernard 15 MM-4
30 Davis, Mike 15 NCA-5
30 Gnass, Fritz 15 GGG-3
33 Wood, Dick 14 SWR-4
34 Pacelli, Brian 11 HIC-5 SKA-5
34 Ulm, Allan 11 NWF-4
34 Shailor, Bill 11 IFA-4
37 Gerspacher, Kyle (jr) 10 Bro-4
38 Rohrke, Rich 6 NWF-5
38 Jones, Ryan 6 IFA-5
40 Richardson, Mike 5 USF-5

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR -x-
Ike 9
NAC 5
MM 11
SCA 2
Srn 2
SAN -x-
NCA -x-
BAl 7
Spe 1
Hcu 1
HIC -x-
IFA 2
MMM -x-
CEn -x-
SKA -x-
HC 2
USO 4
FFF 0
NWF 2
NW2 2
O&W -x-
Bro -x-
Dyn -x-
USF 1
GGG -x-
TCC 2
CFA 6
Can -x-
Ser 5
SWC 5
ESF 0
Pat 0
AZC 0
KOI 0

F1C
1 Parker, Faust 93 MM-2 Srn-1 Spe-1 USO-2 TCC-1* SWC-3*
2 Mc Burnett, Ron 92 Ike-1 NWF-2 NW2-1 SWC-2
3 Chesson, Don 76 NAC-3 USO-3 CFA-2 Ser-3* SWC-1
4 Morris, Gil 70 NAC-2 Hcu-1 IFA-1 USO-1*
5 Secor, Randy 51 Ike-5* MM-4* BAl-2* CFA-1 Ser-1
6 Roberts, Mike 50 NWF-1 NW2-2 SWC-5
7 Pulley, Lynn 48 Ike-4* MM-1 SCA-2 BAl-5*
8 Ellington, Jeff 47 Ike-2 MM-5* SCA-1
9 Happersett, Ken 36 CFA-3 Ser-2
10 Simpson, Roger 29 NAC-4* MM-3 BAl-4 Ser-5*
11 Carroll, Ed 28 Ike-3 CFA-4 Ser-4*
12 Secor, Cody 26 BAl-1
13 Mathis, Dick 25 NAC-1
13 Shvedenkov, Yury 25 HC-1
13 Johannes, David 25 USF-1
16 Pecherski, Rostislav 20 HC-2
16 Spence, Steve 20 Srn-2
16 Loriecki, John E 20 IFA-2
16 Shepard, Jessie 20 TCC-2
16 Stiles, Charles 20 USO-4 SWC-4
21 Servaites, Bucky 16 BAl-3
22 Ghio, Walt 6 CFA-5
23 Gewain, Matt 5 NAC-5

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR 1
Ike 1
NAC 1
MM 2
SCA -x-
Srn 1
SAN -x-
NCA -x-
BAl 1
Spe 3
Hcu -x-
HIC -x-
IFA -x-
MMM -x-
CEn -x-
SKA -x-
HC -x-
USO 1
FFF 0
NWF -x-
NW2 -x-
O&W -x-
Bro 0
Dyn 2
USF -x-
GGG -x-
TCC 4
CFA -x-
Can -x-
Ser 2
SWC -x-
ESF 0
Pat 0
AZC 0
KOI 0

F1P
1 Hanford, Bob 100 SWR-1 Srn-1 Spe-1* USO-1 Dyn-1 TCC-3*
2 Malkhasyan, Taron(jr) 50 Ike-1 NAC-1 MM-1* BAl-1* Ser-1*
4 Schneider, Glen 40 MM-2 Dyn-2
3 Fedor, Cade (jr) 45 Spe-2 TCC-1
5 Fedor, Colby (jr) 25 Spe-3 TCC-4
6 Hawkins, William 20 TCC-2
6 Johannes, David 20 Ser-2

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR 8
Ike 4
NAC -x-
MM 15
SCA 3
Srn -x-
SAN -x-
NCA -x-
BAl 3
Spe -x-
Hcu 5
HIC -x-
IFA 6
MMM 5
CEn 4
SKA 5
HC 2
USO 27
FFF 0
NWF 3
NW2 4
O&W 5
Bro 3
Dyn 1
USF -x-
GGG 2
TCC -x-
CFA 5
Can -x-
Ser 5
SWC 12
ESF 0
Pat 0
AZC 0
KOI 0

F1G
1 O'Dell, Tiffany 106 SWR-1 Ike-1* MM-5* BAl-1* MMM-1 CEn-2* NWF-2* NW2-1 CFA-1* Ser-3* SWC-1
2 Mathews, Tony 100 HC-1 USO-1 CFA-2 Ser-1
3 Brocks, Peter 90 SWR-4* Ike-2 MMM-2 CEn-1 NWF-1 NW2-2* CFA-4* Ser-4* SWC-5*
4 Jensen, Blake 77 SWR-2 MM-1 SCA-1
5 Allen, Carrol 75 SKA-1 USO-2 O&W-1
6 Jones, Geralyn 66 SWR-3 SCA-3 CFA-3* Ser-2 SWC-4
7 Clapp, John 65 USO-3 O&W-2 GGG-1
8 Jones, Ryan 55 MM-4 IFA-2 SWC-2
9 Ioerger, Tom 54 MMM-4 CEn-4 USO-4 SWC-3
10 Horak, Ladi 46 IFA-3 HC-2 CFA-5 Ser-5
11 Markos, Chuck 45 Hcu-2 Bro-1
11 Rousseau, Don 45 SKA-4 O&W-3 GGG-2
13 Richardson, Mike 36 SCA-2 BAl-3
14 DeLoach, Don 30 MMM-3 CEn-3
14 Gerspacher, Kyle (jr) 30 Hcu-3 IFA-5* Bro-3
14 Ghio, Walt 30 NWF-3 NW2-3
17 Simon, Greg 26 IFA-1
18 Booth, Bill 25 MM-3 MMM-5
18 Buss, Bill 25 SKA-3 O&W-4
18 Jones, Darold 25 Dyn-1
18 Konefes, Ed 25 Hcu-1
18 Richardson, Martin 25 Hcu-5 Bro-2
18 Vanlandingham, Ed 25 MM-2
24 Pykelny, Mike 21 BAl-2
25 Avla, Yuda, 20 SKA-2
26 VanNest, Kurt 15 Ike-3
27 Pivitt, Richard 11 IFA-4
28 Masrerman, Paul 10 USO-5
28 McGuckin, Derek 10 Ike-4
28 Pelatowski, Larry 10 SKA-5 O&W-5
28 Sechrist, Dave 10 Hcu-4
28 Ulm, Allen 10 NW2-4
33 Wood, Dick 7 SWR-5

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR 5
Ike 3
NAC -x-
MM 6
SCA 5
Srn -x-
SAN 4
NCA 3
BAl 3
Spe -x-
Hcu 1
HIC 3
IFA 1
MMM 3
CEn 2
SKA 3
HC -x-
USO 7
FFF 0
NWF 3
NW2 2
O&W 1
Bro 2
Dyn 1
USF -x-
GGG 2
TCC -x-
CFA 3
Can -x-
Ser 3
SWC 4
ESF 0
Pat 0
AZC 0
KOI 0

F1H
1 Sifleet, Bob 102 HIC-3* MMM-2* CEn-1 SKA-1 USO-1 O&W-1* GGG-1
2 McKeever, Mike 100 Ike-1 SCA-4* SAN-2* NCA-1 BAl-1 NWF-1 NW2-2* CFA-1* Ser-2* SWC-1*
3 VanNest, Brian 95 SWR-1 Ike-2* MM-5* SCA-3* SAN-3* BAl-3* MMM-1 CEn-2 CFA-2* Ser-1 SWC-4*
4 Parker, Jim 90 SWR-4* Ike-3* MM-2* SCA-2* SAN-1 BAl-2* NWF-2 NW2-1 CFA-3* Ser-3* SWC-2
5 Pailet, Jean 85 HIC-2 SKA-3 USO-5* Bro-1 GGG-1
6 Jones, Kyle 81 SWR-3 MM-1 IFA-1 SWC-3
7 Hines,Lee 78 SWR-2 MM-3 SCA-5 USO-2 NWF-3
8 Bauer, Ken 61 SWR-5 MM-4 SCA-1 NCA-2
9 Powell, Chuck 57 MMM-3 USO-3 Dyn-1
10 Barron, Andrew 45 HIC-1 SKA-2
11 Schlarb, Bill 25 Hcu-1
12 Gerspacher, Kyle (jr) 20 Bro-2
13 Tarcher,Ben 15 NCA-3
14 Vucovich, Connor 12 USO-4
15 Farmer, Jim 10 SAN-4

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR 3
Ike -x-
NAC -x-
MM 2
SCA -x-
Srn 3
SAN -x-
NCA -x-
BAl -x-
Spe 6
Hcu 2
HIC 1
IFA 2
MMM 2
CEn 2
SKA 1
HC -x-
USO 3
FFF 0
NWF 1
NW2 -x-
O&W -x-
Bro 2
Dyn 2
USF -x-
GGG 1
TCC -x-
CFA 1
Can -x-
Ser -x-
SWC 1
ESF 0
Pat 0
AZC 0
KOI 0

F1J
1 Parker, Faust 101 MM-1 Srn-1 Spe-1 USO-1 SWC-1*
2 Pailet, Jean 95 HIC-1 SKA-1 USO-3* Bro-1 GGG-1
3 Hanford, Bob 71 SWR-2 Srn-2 Spe-5 Dyn-1
4 Boyd. Ray 65 SWR-3 MMM-1 CEn-1 Dyn-2*
5 Morris, Gil 45 Hcu-1 IFA-2 USO-2*
5 Scheinder, Glenn 45 SWR-1 MM-2
5 Lorbiecki, John E 45 Hcu-2 IFA-1 Bro-2*
8 Pangell, Rick 40 MMM-2 CEn-2
9 Roberts, Mike 25 NWF-1
9 Johannes, David 25 CFA-1
11 Fedor, Cody (jr) 21 Spe-2
12 Fedor, Cade (jr) 16 Spe-3
13 Spence, Steve 15 Srn-3
14 Parker, Jim 11 Spe-4

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR 6
Ike 6
NAC -x-
MM 6
SCA 4
Srn 2
SAN -x-
NCA -x-
BAl 3
Spe 1
Hcu -x-
HIC 3
IFA -x-
MMM 5
CEn 3
SKA 4
HC -x-
USO 13
FFF 0
NWF 1
NW2 -x-
O&W 4
Bro -x-
Dyn 3
USF -x-
GGG -x-
TCC -x-
CFA -x-
Can -x-
Ser -x-
SWC 5
ESF 0
Pat 0
AZC 0
KOI 0

F1Q
1 Gewain, Matt 104 SCA-1 BAl-1 MMM-4* CEn-3* USO-1 Dyn-1 SWC-2*
2 Crowe,Bernie 98 SWR-2 Ike-1 MM-1 MMM-2* CEn-1
3 Murphy, Jack 72 SWR-3 Ike-3 MMM-5* CEn-2 USO-4* Dyn-2
4 Pykelny, Mike 71 SWR-4 Ike-5* MM-3* SCA-3 BAl-2 SWC-1
5 Oldenkamp, John 67 SWR-1 Ike-4* MM-2 SCA-2
6 Parker, Julie 66 MM-4 Srn-1 Spe-1 SWC-5
7 Murphy, Jerry 61 SWR-5 MMM-1 Dyn-3 SWC-3
8 Ivers, Dick J 50 HIC-3* SKA-1 O&W-1
9 Yori, Joel (jr) 49 HIC-2 SKA-2 USO-5 O&W-2*
9 Lacey, David 49 SKA-3 USO-3 O&W-3
11 Ivers, Rich A 45 Ike-2 USO-2
12 Schlosberg, Aram 41 MM-5 HIC-1 SKA-4
13 Richardson, Mike 25 SCA-4 BAl-3
13 Pollard, Frank 25 NWF-1
15 Reinhart, Pete 20 Srn-2
16 Reynolds, Randy 15 MMM-3
17 Hooke, Drake 10 SWC-4

Key to competition abbreviations and number of sportsmen:
SWR -x-
Ike 4
NAC -x-
MM -x-
SCA 4

MMM 5
CEn 5
SKA -x-
HC -x-
USO -x-
FFF 0
NWF -x-
NW2 -x-
O&W -x-
Bro -x-
Dyn -x-
USF -x-
GGG -x-
TCC -x-
CFA -x-
Can -x-
Ser -x-
SWC -x-
ESF -x-
Pat -x-
AZC -x-
KOI -x-

F1E
1 Brocks, Peter 70 Ike-1 SCA-1 MMM-4* CEn-2
2 Ioerger, Tom 55 Ike-3 SCA-2 MMM-2 CEn-3*
3 Sifleet, Bob 50 MMM-1 CEn-1
4 Wood, Dick 25 Ike-4 SCA-4 MMM-5* CEn-5
4 Pangell, Rick 25 MMM-3 CEn-4
6 Tremayne, Garrett (jr) 20 Ike-2
7 Tetrick, Logan (jr) 15 SCA-3

………………………………..
Roger Morrell