[CQ-Contest] ARRL report on line scores decision

ted demopoulos kr1g at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 25 13:01:23 EDT 2002

ABout 5 years ago while on my honeymoon in ZL, I had decided to become 
active again after 10+ years off the air.

Found a copy of QST and CQ in a newsstand in Auckland - not even sure I 
could do that in Boston.

Ted KT1V

>From: "Dale L Martin" <kg5u at hal-pc.org>
>To: <cq-contest at contesting.com>
>Subject: RE: [CQ-Contest] ARRL report on line scores decision
>Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 21:06:55 -0500
> > ...oh, and about those comments the other day regarding the
> > potential young
> > amateur buying QST off the newstand:  Newstand?  What newstand?  At 
> > here in the Pittsburgh area, QST long since disappeared from the 
> > racks.  Even Borders, which carries CQ & 73 and 10 million other
> > hobby-related magazines, doesn't carry QST (I asked at both of my local
> > ones -- they say they never heard of it!).
>My local Barnes & Noble (Clear Lake-Houston, TX) carries QST, CQ and 73,
>along with a a couple of SWL/Scanner type mags, electronic hobbyist mags 
>even a Britsh electronics hobbyist magazine.
>I have also seen QST in a couple of airport magazine/book shops.
>dale, kg5u
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