sailing books available to club members at big discount:
Limited quantity, requests will be filled as
the Racing Rules of Sailing By
Dave Perry, Illustrated by Brad Dellenbaugh
CSC Price: $15.00 Retail Price: $32.50
This indispensable guide for sailors and racing officials includes the
complete text of the ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing, 2001-2004 and US
SAILING Prescriptions. Perry concisely and clearly answers all the most
commonly asked questions on the racing rules, and then some. His
comprehensive, easy-to-understand explanations, with extensive references
to US SAILING Appeals and ISAF Cases, make this book a complete and
authoritative resource on the rules. Fifth edition, illustrations by Brad
in One-Designs By
Dave Perry, 3rd Edition
CSC Price: $10.00 Retail Price: $24.95
Long considered one of the very best books about sailing by competitive
racers around the world, Dave Perry's Winning in One-Designs covers every
aspect of racing. Perry's expert advice, clear explanations and numerous
tips in this newly revised and updated edition, offer invaluable
instruction to sailors at all levels of competition.
and Publicity News
Day Party Cancelled
to rainy weather we cancelled this event.Not to worry, we have added another event to make up for it - See
Commodores Dinner - Saturday,
September 27, 2003
- Festivities begin at
join us in honoring the contributions of Past Commodores.Preparations are complete with a delicious, seated dinner provided
by Chef Jerry and entertainment by The Pat Glynn Quartet!All we need now are the people who make this club so great!Please RSVP by no later than September 23, 2003.We
are looking forward to a wonderful evening!
Bratwurst and Beer! - Saturday,
October 11, 2003
(After the State Fair Regatta!Oraround ).We have added this event because
Fall in Dallas, and especially at WhiteRockLake is so wonderful!This casual event will include a Beer Tasting (pay $5.00/person or
bring a six-pack of your favorite beer to share!), a grungiest "life
vest" contest (Note: the TALL TALE accompanying your grungy life vest
adds points!) and a Fall Desert Contest!The Club will provide the German style food!Bring your family and friends this will be great fun!
Awards Banquet - Saturday,
November 8, 2003 at The City Club in downtown Dallas.This
is one of the most exciting events of the year!The evening includes a fabulous seated dinner, awards program,
dancing and an auction!The
auction proceeds will support the Carol Gough Sailing Education
provides funding support for sailing education and is one of the most
unique attributes of the Corinthian Sailing Club.Your support is critical to the success of the auction and to the
future of sailing education at the CSC.We are fortunate to have Kai Kunnapas as the 2003 Auction Committee Chair.She will be seeking your talents and unique resources to make this
a successful auction for the Corinthian Sailing Club!Each Fleet (and the CSC Board) will be asked to contribute auction
items, but the most exciting auction items will come from the diverse
talents of our members!Please
call Kai at 214-324-4593 to let her know how you can contribute to this
Donations and Volunteers :
year's CSC awards banquet will feature a live auction to benefit the Carol
Gough Sailing Education Fund.Do
you have a product or service that you would like to donate to the
auction?Can you identify
(i.e. come up with ideas), and acquire donations from other businesses?To help,please
contact Kai Kunnapas at 214 324
4593 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business Meeting:We have a correction here.Please
save the date of Thursday, January 15, 2003 to attend the Annual Business Meeting at
the Royal Oaks Country Club!More
your calendars and periodically check the CSC website for exciting news on
upcoming junior events and activities.
12 - Junior Open House and Halloween Party.Plans are being finalized for a Junior Open House and Party on
Sunday October 12th.The
fun will begin about with activities through the
early evening.Invite your
friends who have an interest in sailing to find out what all the fun is
about. There will be open sailing for CSC juniors and boat rides for your
invited guests. There will be a Floating Pumpkin Round-Up, a Witch of the
Lake Scavenger Hunt and other fun activities.Mark your calendar now and check your email and the CSC website for
further details as we firm them up.
With assistance of parents we hope to begin Sunday afternoon open sailing
with informal racing. Anyone interested in helping with rescue boat duty
please contact the Sailing Education Commodore at email@example.com.
in the plans is to reschedule the "rained-out" Parents' Meeting
originally scheduled for August 31st.At the meeting we will discuss what activities you would like to
organize for CSC juniors and demonstrate for parents how to properly rig
an Opti.Parents will also
have an opportunity to be checked out on the operation of the 15' Whaler.
Spruce-Up Day.Also in the works is a "Junior Spruce-Up Day" the goal
for which will be to get the junior rigs and shed in shape and organized.
continues to be well represented on the TSA Junior Circuit.Brittany Widzer and Will Peirce attended the Cannonball Run Regatta
in Palacios on August 23-24.Two
weeks later on September 6-7, CSC was represented by six of its junior
racers at the Fort Worth Boat Club's Ol' Man of the Sea Regatta, with
Brittany and Paul Denison competing in Laser Radials and Will, Masie Comen,
Cameron Keehn and Caroline Keehn competing in Optis. Paul Denison then
ventured down to Corpus Christie on September 20-21 finishing 4th
against a tough field of Laser Radails in the rolling swells and whitecaps
of Corpus ChristiBay. Upcoming junior regattas are
at Seabrook Sailing Club on October 4th and the season ending
regatta with annual award banquet at Texas Corinthian Yacht Club on
a great year for "the Women of CSC" (sounds like a calendar ...)
is the first time in the history of the Rolex International Women's
Keelboat Championship that CSC will be represented!!!! Yeah CSC !67 teams from 7 countries and 17 states have registered making it
the largest in the event's history (http://www.race.annapolisyc.com/rolexkeelboats/).Team 4 Texas will be racing against 5 time Rolex
champion Betsy Alison as well as former Adams Cup champions, all
Americans, Olympic medalists and hopefuls.
fundraising dinner, held on August 23 at the Dallas Corinthian Yacht Club,
was an incredible success.We
had over 90 RSVP's for this fabulous evening of home cooked Greek food. It
was a great mix of folks from all four of our sailing clubs (DCYC, FWBC,
RCYC and CSC). The evening started off with appetizers of pita bread to
dip into hummus and tzatziki or smother with feta cheese.As twilight descended, we were treated to a the main course
smorgasbord of Greek salad, tabouli, pastitsio (Greek lasagna), green
beans with lamb, spanikopita, dolmas, and home made Greek bread.After everyone was nice and full and munching on home made Greek
cookies, our auction started with the help of Mr. Bob Sinclair from DCYC.We want to thank everyone who attended, donated and supported us in
making this a fabulous success.
next step is packing the boat up and driving it to Annapolis. We will race in the East Coast
Championships the weekend of Sept. 19-21 as a warm up for Rolex.
4 Texas' plan to get the boat up to Annapolis and race in the East Coast Championships
this weekend may be 'thwarted ' by Hurricane Isabel's attempt to crash the
party! Racing for Friday has been canceled, and they are waiting to see
where Isabel heads before canceling the regatta or changing it to "ISHI"
(I Survived Hurricane Isabel).
F Adams Cup in Flying Scots
Saturday Sept. 6, 2003
Sailing Club, WhiteRockLake
competitors: 3 entries from CSC, 1 from FWBC
winds were light: 1.5 - 5 mph in the morning with some short lived 8-10
mph winds showing up in the late afternoon (race 3 to be exact). The
wind direction: well for before the first race it was anywhere from 45 -
175 degrees. At different times during the day we sailed in Easterlies, Westerly and NE breeze. The
lead in Race One changed with every leg of the W (2.5) race. Any pre-start
wind info was valid for the first two legs, then it all changed.Post race one, even the female judge shook her head in sympathy.The breeze went from light to non-existence so we took our lunch
break and didn't return to the water till late afternoon (approx. ).
race was attempted. The race committee set up a course for the SE breeze
that existed at the start.The
wind died right at the start, then shifted W, then N, and then W. The race
was abandoned and we all headed down to the other end of the lake.
race 4 we had the pleasure of being lifted at least 70 degrees in a puff
going up wind, and beating to the leeward mark in light winds.
the competition was "close", with the competitor's all finishing
within a third of a leg of each other.
the awards ceremony, Kai, Renee and Debbie presented Greta's team CSC/
Area F Adams Cup caps to wear proudly at the National event in October at LakeNorman.
Black, Tracy Aber, Natalie Mauney - CSC7
Justus, Teresa Morris, Jennifer Judkins - CSC8
Vann, Deanna Newman, Jessamine Lewis - FWBC11
Kai Kunnapas, Renee Comen, Debbie Adams- CSC14
will be sending teams to both the Adams and Mallory finals in North Carolina.
Mittman, Tracy Aber & Teresa Morris will race the Adams in brand new Scots, and Scott Mauney,
Michael Mittman and Steve Comen will race the Mallory's in Highlanders.
Race results are on the Web site for the following fleets: Butterfly,
Flying Scot, and Lightning.Go
the web site, CSCSailing.org, then follow the links for Racing and Race
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