A Publication of the Inland Lake Yachting Association
Volume 4, Issue 16

July 1, 2009 

In This Issue
US Sailing Youth champs
Dave Perry at Geneva
ILYA Office

Melges Performance Sailboats

North One Design
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ussailinglogo Youth Champs results are in and what a great regatta with loads of Beulah connections. In the 420 fleet, Chicago-based sailor Stephanie Hudson with California crew Rebecca King topped the leader board. Will Haeger and George Kutschenreuter won the last race. Anne Haeger had a tougher day as winds built and was bested by two boys to end up third. Nudging her out was Nevin Snow, reported by Jane Pegel to be the son of former Beulah star Mary Brigden. Colin Smith raced to a 6th place finish in the full rigs. Be sure to JOIN US Sailing but check out their website for all the up-to-date news on youth, rules, adult championships, equipment and race committee work. 
Dave Perry Visits Geneva

 Tuesday, July 7th 
 DAve PerryDave Perry is coming to the GLSS.  Enjoy an evening with world renowned sailor and coach, Dave Perry.   Tickets are $25.  Includes dinner and Dave's entertaining review of racing rules, leadership and teambuilding tips plus the invariably engaging anecdotes of a world class racer. 
Special Opportunity:  Watch the A-boat race aboard Gage's beautiful Matriarch yacht.  Tickets are $50.  Includes wine and beer aboard the Matriarch as well as dinner at LGYC and Dave's presentation.  Limited to 35 people.  First come, first served.  Those lucky individuals will board the Matriarch on the LGYC pier at 5pm
Follow this Registration Link to sign up for Dinner, or Dinner and the Cruise.
On day one it was all girls in the top five but yesterday provided a bit more equity in the race results. What a healthy fleet as 76 sailors ( skippers and crew) from Beulah, Cedar, Nagawicka and Pine competed. Kate Klement with crew Teresa Westin took it all home. She bested Charlie Kutschenreuter with Tommy (T-money) Garber in second. Allie Ruscher with brother Nick followed in 3rd preventing a Beulah sweep. Fourth and 5th were rounded out with two brothers Michael Barr with Gregory Westin and Cullen Barr with John Barr as crew. Nagawicka's top boat was Sam Hart. Molly Seidel was top Pine boat.
To show how talented our sailors are, Pine's Molly Seidel recently took home AS A FRESHMAN two state track titles - the mile and two mile.
Look for Quad results on the ILYA website later today.
The ILYA is fortunate to have two publications to disseminate information. Both provide the opportunity for advertising. Contact Jim Smith for pricing.
Scowslants is our print medium. Published quarterly, Scowslants is the place for written record of your notice of race, equipment sales, and full regatta reports. Executive Secretary Smith welcomes all articles.
Scowlines is web-based email communication. It is meant to be timely (and that is defined by next day in the summer) and short-snippet with reference to other websites for elongated versions of reports. For inclusion in Scowlines, please forward your info to Candace Porter, and post on your website so a link can be established. If you do not have the ability to post on a website, never fear, the ILYA "hides" your info on our website so Scowlines can link to it.
In general, the Scowlines editor attempts to post regatta results each Saturday night for your early Sunday morning review and then again on Monday morning. (You might guess the hours of the volunteer editor to accomplish this task). If the regatta results or article are a week old, the Scowlines policy has been to forward the info to the ILYA office for inclusion on our website or in our next Scowslants. Scowlines is not meant to replace Scowslants just to keep you immediately up to date on scow sailing events. If your event has been captured by the Scowlines editor on the weekend, it is likely any further info submitted later in the week goes to the Scowslants publication. Scowlines has moved onto the next set of events. You will always see promotional, advertising, national class, US Sailing and other boating news as it is received. If an ILYA member has sailed it, we most likely include it. We upport our advertisers and any news from our boat and sailmakers.
Of course, editorial control remains with the ILYA. We do not print negative, critical information but in this great scow world that just rarely occurs. Errors do occur but part of that is due to the "copy and paste" of articles submitted and then lax proofreading on the part of the editors. And then sometimes we just make mistakes. We welcome your corrections.
In that light, we wish to thank Cedar Lake, IN, one of our most FUN lakes for hosting a most successful I-20 regatta this spring. Full reporting is on other websites. Cedar Lake always know how to show us a great time. Refer to the I-20 website for more info on that regatta. ALWAYS CHECK OUR SCOW NATIONAL CLASS PAGES. They have great photos and news of upcoming events.
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