Wyoming on SS
Mortonwg at aol.com
Mortonwg at aol.com
Thu Nov 14 22:10:48 EST 1996
Good Day Folks:
I just wanted to let everyone know that there would be a Wy. station on
the air this weekend for the SS. I am sorry I was out of town for the CW
weekend but that happens. I look forward to putting in a full 24 hours so I
hope to work as many sections as I can. Best of luck to everyone and I hope
you all have a blast.
Warren (Rev) Morton WS7W
>From tomf at neca.com (Tom Francis) Fri Nov 15 03:11:10 1996
From: tomf at neca.com (Tom Francis) (Tom Francis)
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 22:11:10 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Vanity my last thoughts
Message-ID: <199611150311.WAA16134 at orion.neca.com>
At 07:20 PM 11/14/96 -0700, w0mu at sprynet.com (Mike Fatchett) wrote:
>For those tired of this thread QUIT READING THEM!!!!!!
>Hit the delete key when you see Vanity in the subject.
I AM!! It's like Athletes Foot - it keeps coming back!!
Tom, NM1Q (tomf at neca.com)
>From k1vr at juno.com (Fred Hopengarten) Fri Nov 15 02:21:56 1996
From: k1vr at juno.com (Fred Hopengarten) (Fred Hopengarten)
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 21:21:56 EST
Subject: SS ck, club call??
References: <00007C5F.3115 at sbbs.net>
Message-ID: <19961115.010646.5503.3.k1vr at juno.com>
Fred Hopengarten, K1VR
Six Willarch Road * Lincoln, MA 01773-5105 * 617/259-0088
e-mail: k1vr at juno.com
Big antennas, high in the sky, are better than small ones, low.
On Thu, 14 Nov 1996 11:53:56 -0600 PGENTRY at sbbs.net (PGENTRY) writes:
> And doesn't W1AF always sign their club's check, something in the
> early 1910's?
> Paul K9PG ex WX9E
W1AF is America's Oldest Amateur Radio Club, founded in 1909.
It was operated in CW SS by KO1O, Ph.D., a former Harvard Physics
professor who now works for Polaroid (because you can't always eat
prestige, among other reasons), and an undergraduate (a 5!). I think it
The station was reinvigorated, as far as contesting goes, by K3UOC
(7Z5OO) in the '80's. I first met K1EA because I was the operator at
W1AF in CW SS 1973 (CK 09) and K1EA was living one block off Harvard
Square in a group house. As he was running 500 watts and was a six
minute walk away, he was rather loud. As I was running the club's
NCL-200, I was louder (at least at his place). That was just about the
last time I was ever louder than Ken.
Fred K1VR (MBA '72)
P.S. Facts you never knew: W0ZV (now W4ZV) was also MBA '72. Rusty
Epps W6OAT was MBA '70 (I think). CW men of Harvard.
[Now watch -- I'll get flamed (most discreetly, I'm sure) by K2WR and
>From mihry at mail.topher.net (michael d. ihry) Fri Nov 15 03:16:57 1996
From: mihry at mail.topher.net (michael d. ihry) (michael d. ihry)
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 21:16:57 -0600
Subject: AC5CT IN SS
Message-ID: <199611150316.VAA13758 at mail.topher.net>
Hello to all
AC5CT will be on this weekend for sweepstakes.
looking forward to working you all.
73..AC5CT...mike in TX
>From sm3ojr at pobox.com (Jonathan Silvergran, SM3OJR) Fri Nov 15 04:18:35 1996
From: sm3ojr at pobox.com (Jonathan Silvergran, SM3OJR) (Jonathan Silvergran, SM3OJR)
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 05:18:35 +0100
Subject: Multi - Single Op / Single Band ?? - Summary
Message-ID: <22.214.171.124.19961115051944.3ee7994a at www.pocab.se>
The replies I got out of the reflector crew in this matter was
not that positive... Most replyers said "No, you can't do it!",
and some even told me that the contest organizers said no.
However, in the middle of everything else, I received this note
>Sorry to take a while to respond to your note.
>Yes, it is OK to use the same call sign for several single band
>entries. Of course as you mentioned NO help should happen between
>bands unless you are MS or MM.
So, I guess Bos represents "the law" here... hi
73 to y'all, and CU from SL3ZV on 20, 40, 80 and 160 !!
E-mail: sm3ojr at pobox.com
Packet: sm3ojr at sk3jr.osd.z.swe.eu
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