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Post by Old River Bil » Thu, 09 Sep 1999 04:00:00



That's all there is left, until the 11th annual events of the St. Louis
Admirals R/C model Boat club --- STARTS!

Are you ready?   Have you downloaded and sent in, your model entry forms,
its just $10.00 each, for the first two boats, over two boats - FREE!
Steam, Electric & Sail, with ten categories to enter your models.   This is
the Biggest Event for Young & Old, Beginner or Expert in the Mid West.  Its
starts  Saturday the 18th and continues into Sunday the 19th, where we will
be presenting the trophies to all the winners, plus each modeler that enters
a boat, gets an award for just entering a model too.

Enter your models - Now, to avoid the hassles on Saturday Morning!

Go to http://www.ktis.net/~wzumwalt then tap on the Admirals page, arrow
down to the 1999 event notice, then tap on the event info.  This page has a
button that takes you to the Entry Form - Print both these pages out, then
send you entry forms & fee's in - ASAP!

This event is Free to Onlookers, whom just want to watch the greatest
gathering on modelers and model ships and boats, in the midwest!

See you at Union Station - Lake..... Old River Bill

 
 
 

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Post by Chris Youn » Fri, 10 Sep 1999 04:00:00


Is it just me or does this guy sound like a used car salesman? :)

Not only that, but he sounds like he wantes to sell a Yugo to someone
who is used to driving a Ferrari.

Hey, Old River Bill, the is an RC Heli NG, I don't recall ever having
thought "Gee, wouldn't it be neat to subscribe to
rec.models.rc.helicopter so that I can find out about the 11th annual
St. Louis model boat club events." :)

This is mainly in jest, but seriously, just because it has RC in the
title of the NG, doesnt mean that it applies.

On Wed, 8 Sep 1999 08:37:01 -0500, "Old River Bill"

Quote:

>That's all there is left, until the 11th annual events of the St. Louis
>Admirals R/C model Boat club --- STARTS!

>Are you ready?   Have you downloaded and sent in, your model entry forms,
>its just $10.00 each, for the first two boats, over two boats - FREE!
>Steam, Electric & Sail, with ten categories to enter your models.   This is
>the Biggest Event for Young & Old, Beginner or Expert in the Mid West.  Its
>starts  Saturday the 18th and continues into Sunday the 19th, where we will
>be presenting the trophies to all the winners, plus each modeler that enters
>a boat, gets an award for just entering a model too.

>Enter your models - Now, to avoid the hassles on Saturday Morning!

>Go to http://www.ktis.net/~wzumwalt then tap on the Admirals page, arrow
>down to the 1999 event notice, then tap on the event info.  This page has a
>button that takes you to the Entry Form - Print both these pages out, then
>send you entry forms & fee's in - ASAP!

>This event is Free to Onlookers, whom just want to watch the greatest
>gathering on modelers and model ships and boats, in the midwest!

>See you at Union Station - Lake..... Old River Bill


 
 
 

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Post by JK » Fri, 10 Sep 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> Is it just me or does this guy sound like a used car salesman? :)

> Not only that, but he sounds like he wantes to sell a Yugo to someone
> who is used to driving a Ferrari.

> Hey, Old River Bill, the is an RC Heli NG, I don't recall ever having
> thought "Gee, wouldn't it be neat to subscribe to
> rec.models.rc.helicopter so that I can find out about the 11th annual
> St. Louis model boat club events." :)

> This is mainly in jest, but seriously, just because it has RC in the
> title of the NG, doesnt mean that it applies.

> On Wed, 8 Sep 1999 08:37:01 -0500, "Old River Bill"

> >That's all there is left, until the 11th annual events of the St. Louis
> >Admirals R/C model Boat club --- STARTS!

> >Are you ready?   Have you downloaded and sent in, your model entry forms,
> >its just $10.00 each, for the first two boats, over two boats - FREE!
> >Steam, Electric & Sail, with ten categories to enter your models.   This is
> >the Biggest Event for Young & Old, Beginner or Expert in the Mid West.  Its
> >starts  Saturday the 18th and continues into Sunday the 19th, where we will
> >be presenting the trophies to all the winners, plus each modeler that enters
> >a boat, gets an award for just entering a model too.

> >Enter your models - Now, to avoid the hassles on Saturday Morning!

> >Go to http://www.ktis.net/~wzumwalt then tap on the Admirals page, arrow
> >down to the 1999 event notice, then tap on the event info.  This page has a
> >button that takes you to the Entry Form - Print both these pages out, then
> >send you entry forms & fee's in - ASAP!

> >This event is Free to Onlookers, whom just want to watch the greatest
> >gathering on modelers and model ships and boats, in the midwest!

> >See you at Union Station - Lake..... Old River Bill

Maybe they allow heli's on floats!!!:-)

Joe...