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Here is a complete list of AADA Chapters (both active and recently expired) as of this time. If your club is not included, drop us a line immediately.
These clubs are in good standing and their charters all
expire in November of 1989:
Riverside Organized Autoduelling Society (ROADS)
President: Eric Gregory
1255 Nicola Dr.
Riverside, CA 92506
Royal Autoduel Association of Great Britain
President: Mike Wyvill
3/B Richmond St.
President: Paul Schwartzberg
2728 Upton Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55416
River City Autoduel Association
President: Tim Ray
8910 Research, #C-2
Austin, TX 78758
Sponsored by: Republic Motors Corporation
One Republic Square
Austin, TX 78748
Warmongers From Hell
President: Craig Kernber
3717 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
London, England Autoduel Association (LEADA)
President: Phil RadJey
12 Wordsworth Close
LEADA Turbo Wicked Scary Nutter Bastard
President: John Davies
17 Garry Way
Sponsored by LEADA
Woodenville Auto Rangers (WAR)
President: Gavin Shearer
16220 197th Avenue NE
Woodinville, WA 98072
President: Norman McMullen
2201 Joyce Circle
Bellevue, NE 68005
Southern Pacific Autoduel Elites (SPADE)
President: Mike Smith
9620 Graceland Way
San Diego, CA 92129
Tennessee River Autoduel Society in Huntsville (TRASH)
President: Jesse Hamner
2916 Barcody Road
Huntsville, AL 35801
Coalition of Oregon Duelling Establishment (CODE)
President: Dmitri Ashling
4065 N. Mississippi
Portland, OR 97227
Missouri Autoduel Division (MADD)
President: Craig Sheeley
1619 South Broadway
Springfield, MO 65807
These groups' charters have expired, or are about to. If your group is on this list, and you have paid up your, dues, please send us a copy of your cancelled check.
President: Tim Wodetzki
6 Woodside Crescent
Toorak 3 142
Baltimore League of the Autoduelling Elite (BLADE)
President: Joseph Lightman
Baltimore, MD 21224
California Racing and Autoduelling Society of Hell-Raisers
President: David Crowe
6221 Balderstone Dr.
San Jose, CA 95120
Canadian Autoduel Association
President: Mad Al Loud
501 Kingston Road #105
CANADA M4L lV7
Carmel Autoduel Association
President: Curt Graham
Rt. 1, Box 231
Carmel, CA 93923
Central Arizona Road Duellists (CARDS)
President: Bill Webb
3612 E. Mariposa St.
Central Ohio Duellist Association (CODA)
President: Leo E. Seaman, Jr.
263 Cliiiew Dr.
Gahamra, OH 43230
Cleveland League of Duellists (CLOD)
President: Dan Duvall
29629 Schwartz Rd.
Westlake, OH 44145
Commercial Intelligence Bureau (C.I.B.)
President: Brian Kelly
31 Aliio Way
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Community Leaders of Duelling Sanely (CLODS)
President: Matt Larsen
425 Ahwahuee Rd.
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Sponsored by: Pinnacle Games & Comics, Inc.
1081 Conway Rd.
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Corporate League of Autoduellists in Washington (CLAW)
President: Patrick Burt
7665 NE 14th
Bellevue, WA 98004
Driving Tigers/Road Wolves
President: Christopher Burke
156 11th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Duellists, Exterminators and Terminators for Hire (DEATH)
President: David Wilson
Bedford, TX 76021
President: Steve Mriowec
32 McRae Rd. NE
Arlington, WA 98223
Sponsored by: Gary's Books and Col-lectibles
1904-l/2 Hewitt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
Houston Free Oilers
President: Jeff Ferris
Houston, TX 77063
Indiana Brickyard Autoduellists (IBAD)
President: Richard B. Wilson
6119 Shawnee Trail N. Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46220
President: Chris Yue
521 12th Ave. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Jersey Autoduelling Establishment (JADE)
President: Mitchell Goldman
17 Walnut Terrace
East Hanover, NJ 07936
Land of Lincoln Autoduel Association
President: Russel McKinney
1407 Scottswood Rd.
Rockford, IL 61107
President: Pete "Havoc" Hallenberg
9647 Wenzel St.
Fairfax, VA 22032
President: Tim Jacques
600 N. 15th
Lincoln, NE 68508
Madison Autoduel Association
President: Andy Egan
2244 Rugby Row
Madison, WI 53703
Sponsored by: Pegasus Games
444 State Street
Madison, WI 53703
President: Steven Huntsberry
27 River Oaks Rd.
San Rafael, CA 94901
President: Tim Basham
Taylor, MI 48180
New England Autoduellists -- Connecticut Chapter (NACC)
President: Todd Browne
#3 Seventy Acre Rd.
West Reddmg, CT 06896
Sponsored by: War and Pieces
7 South Main St.
West Hartford, CT 06107
NOMADS After Six
President: Amn. MacDonald, Sean
c/o AlC McCoy, Craig
PSC Box 1407,
Hill AFB, UT 84056
Sponsored by: NOMADS
NOMADS, North Division
President: Tom Stuckel
4160 N. Buhach
Merced, CA 95340
Sponsored by: NOMADS
North American MONDO and Duellist Society (NOMADS)
President: Joe Rudynski
2013 W. 245th St.
Lomita, CA 90717
Sponsored by: S-4 Hobbies
24419 Narbonne Ave.
Lomita, CA 90717
President: Mark Miller
2239 Woburn #21
Bellingham, WA 98225
Sponsored by: American Eagles, Bellingham
1213 l/2 Cornwall
Bellingham, WA 98225
Order of the Black Rose
President: Gary Lee Green, Jr.
7740 Asterella Ct.
Springfield, VA 22152
President: Michael DeVarmey
20522 13th Dr. S.E.
Bothell, WA 98012
Ridgewood Organization of Autoduelling (ROAD)
President: Matt Patterson
207 McKinley Place
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
Slaughter Autoduelling Incorporated Saskatoon Troop (SADIST)
President: Bruce Brodie
302-720 8th St. E
Canada S7N 1B5
Sponsored by: Wizard's Comer
810C Broadway Ave.
CANADA S7N lB5
Suffem Autoduel Division (SADD)
President: Val J. Cassotta, Jr.
4 Beechwood Rd.
Suffern, NY 10901
Sydney's Highly Intelligent Elite Legionaires of Death
President: Simon Beissel
12 Calvert Ave.
Sydney, NSW, AUSTRALIA
President: John Wendt
c/o Robert Kiel
225 Clifton Ave. #123
Oakland, CA 94618
Washington Recreational Extracurricular Kamikaze Strike Force
President: Dan Ladd
11813 Trailridge Drive
Potomac. MD 20854
West Coast Autoduelling Vigilante Enforcement
President: Moe Gemoya
33735 14th St.
Union City, CA 94587
LEADA's Illustrious President demonstrates the pointlessness of fitting fireproof tires to your car.
There's been another passing of the AADA torch. Our last
president, Bill Wendland, has been sacked with extreme prejudice
for excessive laziness and oc-casional graft. We hope his clone
will learn from Bill Prime's mistakes. But until Bill II can
leave the Gold Cross vats, it's in my
hands. I want to take this opportunity to apologize for the present state of the AADA. It's a terrible mess, and I'm doing what I can to clean up. (Mostly, this involves creative application of the torch . . .)
As of this writing, all active Chapters are active until November of 1989, both as partial recompense for the present situation, and to make our file-keeping a little easier. I'm also aiming to get the AADA newsletter onto a fairly regular schedule.
Chapters should start thiimg about the Regionals sometime real
soon, so we can print the Regional locations in issue 7/l. I'm
also quite open to feedback on how to make the Regionals,
At-large and World Championship events better, so if you have any
suggestions, by all means send them in soon. And speaking of the
Championships . . .
This year's championship season will be pretty much like last year's season. There will be four rounds: Club, Regional, Semi-Final and World. All AADA members will be eligible to compete, one way or another.
Eligible chapters may hold Club Championships any time before Regionals. Club presidents are responsible for providing us with the name and address of the winner and a copy of the winning vehicle design; they are encouraged to provide as much additional description of the event as they wish. Steve Jackson Games will mail a $15 gift certificate to each reported club champion. Club champions qualify for the final round of their Regional Championship; they will receive a bye into the second round of the World Championships if they are unable to attend Regionals.
Regional Championships will take place between March and July
at major gaming conventions. There should be ten Regional
California North, California South, Northwest, North, Northeast, Southeast, Texas, Midwest, Mountain West and Central. Each tournament should be hosted by an AADA chapter at a convention; interested clubs should contact us as soon as possible. SJ Games will provide the arena rules and setup. The host chapters are responsible for the same information required from the club presidents, i.e., winner's name and address and a copy of the winning vehicle. We will give an official list of the Regional locations in issue 7/l.
All AADA members are eligible to play in any Regional,
regardless of whether they compete in other Regionals; however,
no person may win more than one Regional. The event will consist
of two rounds, six winners from the first round advancing to the
second. Club champions are automatically eligible for the second
round. The division classifications and arena will be the same
for all regions and will be published in ADQ 7/1 to give
everyone equal information before the event. Regional champions
are automatically eligible to play in the Semi-Final round of the
World Championships and will receive a prize to be announced. To
help defray travel costs, Steve Jackson Games will give a $50
reimbursement upon arrival to all regional champions attending
the World Championships. Club champions of overseas chapters are
considered to be regional champions and will receive the prize
and travel reimbursement as well.
This year's World Championships will be held by SJ Games at Origins '89 in Los Angeles, California on June 29th through July 2nd, 1989. The event will consist of four rounds. The qualifying round is open to all AADA members regardless of participation in previous events. To enter, you will need to show proof of membership, preferably the mailer cover from ADQ 7/l or 7/2. The number of duellists who advance will depend on how many participants show up for the eliminations, but will probably be around 18. All club champions are eligible for the eliminations, as are all participants in last year's World Championship Final. About eight winners will advance into the Semi-Finals.
All Regional champions, previous World Champions, overseas
club champions and the eight eliminations winners, will be
eligible for the Semi-Finals. Seven Semi-Finalists will move on
to the World Championships. The defending World Champion, Jeff
Boe, will also be eligible to compete in the World Championship
Final round. Further details will be published in ADQ 7/l.
All official rules from the second editions of Deluxe
Car Wars and Dueltrack will be used. The
Variant Fire Rules and Variant Movement Rules (from ADQ 6/2)
will be in effect, though all other optional rules and variants
will not. In addition, all rules will be subject to
clarifications made in Autoduel Quarterly and other
Car Wars supplements, provided such supplements were
released one month prior to the event. Can-Am, Indy,
Sprint and Dragster bodies will not be available, nor will mini-safes, pending a decision from the AADA Safety and Fairness Committee.
Get those tournament proposals in soon. If no club volunteers to hold a Regional for their region, there won't be one, and you'll have to try your luck in the Qualifiers at Origins '89. More details, including the locations, divisions and arena for the Regional Championships, will appear in issue 7/l.