Scout Demo/SquINT Recruiting

SPECK at UANSV3.Vanderbilt.Edu SPECK at UANSV3.Vanderbilt.Edu
Mon Apr 3 11:18:09 EDT 1995

I will be doing a ham radio demo tonite for my cub scout den at abt 1845 CDT 
(that's 2345Z 3APR). Will try 21.250 or 14250 +/- QRM. Planning on having both 
of my kids in the SqINT and may try to recruit a few more tonite. Give us a 
shout tonite and if you work us in the SquINT, you may get a lot of colors 
(actually, will it help? same call but different names/colors!!!)

			73,  Mark K0EJ

>From vburns <vburns at>  Mon Apr  3 17:09:36 1995
From: vburns <vburns at> (vburns)
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 1995 09:09:36 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Kids SquINT (Kids Contest)
Message-ID: <Pine.3.89.9504030955.A19556-0100000 at netcom22>

The kids should be able to work *anyone*.  They will have a blast and 
a few more potential contacts.  I was gonna borrow someones kid just for the 
fun of it!

>From Floydjr <floydjr at>  Mon Apr  3 17:56:45 1995
From: Floydjr <floydjr at> (Floydjr)
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 1995 12:56:45 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Ritty Contest Program
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.90.950403125340.16434A-100000 at>

I was wondering if there was Rtty contest program out there like CT. Or 
does Ct have any plans to come out with one. I do what most people do and 
go in and post log them in CT to the nearest contest that fits it. It 
would be nice to have a program you could work the contact and hit a key 
to enter it in a log. It would be also if it would import into logging 
programs like Log Windows 2.0 , Hyperlog, and others. Anyone can help 
with this would be appreciated.

73's JIM // WA4ZXA

>From John Pescatore <jpescato at>  Mon Apr  3 18:09:27 1995
From: John Pescatore <jpescato at> (John Pescatore)
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 1995 13:09:27 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Kids SquINT (Kids Contest)
Message-ID: <Pine.3.07.9504031325.B10784-a100000 at>

On Sun, 2 Apr 1995, Peter Hardie wrote:

> On Fri, 31 Mar 1995, Clark wrote:
> > This posting is to announce the second running of the Kids SquINT Contest.
> > Last December the first SquINT had over 20 participants ranging in age from
> > 3 to 11.  
> What's the age limit for a "kid"? It might give my 16 year old daughter 
> some incentive to start studying for her license again.
> Pete
> ve5va.qrp at

It seems like 16 should be okay.  Is there an official rule on this?
Maybe unlicensed, any age that wants to participate.  ??

(Rich Boyd KE3Q)

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