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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,862,459
2 noelwoodhouse 3,930,699
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,581
5 Rhonda.M 3,211,078
...
1972 kgch750 16,247
1973 micas 16,220
1974 Mhudd 16,218
1975 samjam1949 16,205
1976 LorraeJ 16,201
1977 fraserr 16,150

16,205 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 295
November 2019 222
October 2019 2,719
September 2019 190
August 2019 60
July 2019 335
June 2019 101
April 2019 640
March 2019 503
February 2019 651
January 2019 2,729
December 2018 5,363
November 2018 2,397

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,862,257
2 noelwoodhouse 3,930,699
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,385,560
5 Rhonda.M 3,211,065
...
1968 Kangaloon 16,257
1969 kgch750 16,247
1970 micas 16,220
1971 samjam1949 16,205
1972 Mhudd 16,202
1973 LorraeJ 16,195

16,205 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2019 295
November 2019 222
October 2019 2,719
September 2019 190
August 2019 60
July 2019 335
June 2019 101
April 2019 640
March 2019 503
February 2019 651
January 2019 2,729
December 2018 5,363
November 2018 2,397

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CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:51 Sayonara Cup chaleenge is remote.
iing-up of Dcfiance. ,-ad
howing of Acr&spiri' IV.
mav be anticipated. Additional
lend 5 being put the bi(r 1
boa
understood that there is every
likelihood of Kurrewa and Sierrc racing
re^jlarlv in Oils class, and Heatlier flitc
new suit of sails. L personally, am dis-,
appointed thnt they are nut Hermudan,
ALTJXED RULES
The SL Hilda 14ft. Sailing Club will
hold their annual smoke night and di
tribution of prizes on Oclubcr 31. A
ready several nf these boats have bet
out sail-stretching, and the crews a
, An important alteration in the sailii
rules of this club has been the redu
considerably re
should minim ia the
! 1 understand, however, that
members prefer a suitable o:
class, such as Tried. The first
been arranged for November 7
Sayonara Cup challenge is remote.
with the tuning-up of Defiance, and
the improved showing of Acrospire IV.
under her new sail, some keen racing
in the A1 class may be anticipated. Additional
lead is being put the big
boats keel.
It is understood that there is every
likelihood of Kurrewa and Sierra racing
regularly in this class, and Heather (late
new suit of sails. I personally, am dis-
appointed that they are not Bermudan,
ALTERED RULES
The St. Kilda 14ft. Sailing Club will
hold their annual smoke night and dis-
tribution of prizes on October 31. Al-
ready several of these boats have been
out sail-stretching, and the crews are
An important alteration in the sailing
rules of this club has been the reduc-
tion of sail area to 230 sq. ft. It is a
step in the right direction, as it will
considerably reduce the cost; while it
should minimise the number of capsizes.
I understand, however, that
members prefer a suitable one-design
class, such as Triad. The first
been arranged for November 7.
CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:43 othcr States, ana seem assured of annual
interatale competition, so a little encouragement
challenges for the Sayonara and Nnrthcotc
Cups, but it is expected that
thing may be made known next Thurs
i day. Rumor haa it that a new "sis'
lhas been built in Sydney by two ama
trura. but whether she will be
isloned for racing is not kno \
Sayonara 1
V.'itli the
challenge Ls remote.
other States, and seem assured of annual
interstate competition, so a little encouragement
challenges for the Sayonara and Nnrthcote
Cups, but it is expected that some-
thing may be made known next Thurs-
day. Rumor haa it that a new "six"
has been built in Sydney by two ama-
teurs, but whether she will be commis-
isloned for racing is not knon. A
Sayonara Cup chaleenge is remote.
CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:41 races for the 12 sq.
various regattas This class
has tn^ world, become will famous comprise through.
proanv
5 ot
hicir
sailboats
in
Id
atered
races for the 12 sq. metre sharpies at
the various regattas. This class, which
has become will famous throughout the sail-.
ing world will comprise nine boats in
Port Phillip this season, and it would
be regrettable if they were not catered
CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:38 is essential if one hopes to :
successfully.
1 liave the right Idea. In fact, the rigging
o! his mast and boat throughout
eals as being ahead of any of the
gPJ r haVE ^ j anUcipate Vir- ,
mo'r showine the way tc
^ ^ A methcS'of «Uer Lf-
* George Hill used on Tassie
famous 14-footcr, could be
s been done
^ ft^l prt)vc
a greet handicap. Too much unportance
cannot be attacned to leading edges in
y a S hlin 5'
Improvement whether in to re8 this
. a r d ft -•ill be
^ ppointing fealu of tlie
posed fixtu
absence of
is essential if one hopes to race in
them successfully.
to have the right idea. In fact, the rigging
of his mast and boat throughout
appeals as being ahead of any of the
others I have seen, and I anticipate Vir-
ginia once more showing the way to
her opponents. A method of roller reef-
ing that George Hill used on Tassie,
famous 14-footer, could be
Exceptionally good work has been done
by the crew of Viola during recent
weeks, but a badly cast fin will prove
a greet handicap. Too much importance
cannot be attached to leading edges in
yachting, whether in regard to hull or
sails. Improvement whether in this fin will be
necessary for this boat to do her best.
One disappointing feature of the pro-
posed fixtures is the absence of any
CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:33 »dj0n on opening day, and two more
INCREASE IN ' STARS"
^ ^ ^ increMed
m ^ tQ eiRhL A new onCi owned
ljj^ed, and two others a

ly. The general opinion . — - to be
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ov
and. with th:6 in mind, j t J u fl ick
rcc
and efficient method of roller . K;
action on opening day, and two more
INCREASE IN "STARS"
The fleet of "Stars" will be increased
from five to eight. A new one, owned
finished, and two others are well on the
way. The general opinion seems to be
that these boats are greatly over-can-
vased and with this in mind, a quick
and efficient method of roller reefing
CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:29 indication of just how much class
racing a^pcaL" may be gathered from
^g numher of "Jubilees" readv for the
water.
Twelve of them will
be in
An indication of just how much class
racing appcals may be gathered from
the numher of "Jubilees" ready for the
water. Twelve of them will be in
CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:28 ind]Vldual
ma
compe^e m grouped
j^^^
eoch
^
indication of just how much class
indication of just how much class
CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:28 b
Lhe y.YJlA. at a , ncetuig
n Thursday. Clafs racing is gai
popularity throughout the world.
^^
^^
of the spoil
^
ind]Vldual
c!u
^ t
^ ^
gramme drawn up is expected to be
adopted by the V.Y.R.A. at a meeting
on Thursday. Class racing is gaining in
popularity throughout the world, and it
is in the best interests of the sport to
sink individual club racing, in order
that the boats may compete in grouped
classes each week.
ind]Vldual
CLASS YACHTING TO BE CONTINUED (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.1491] page 13 2019-12-08 18:25 UNLESS there is Rood weather in the cominq week-ends and.
added zest is shown by .some crews in their preparations,
:t appears that several craft will miss tlie opening day of the
yachting season en November 14. lo be celebrated off St.
4 PLEASING featuie
- ^ continue with th
the proposal
au racing in,
t0 la^ reason,
mflnncr simiUr
drauT1
^ exp<K:ted
In this respect Jock Starrock appears
UNLESS there is Good weather in the cominq week-ends and
added zest is shown by some crews in their preparations,
it appears that several craft will miss the opening day of the
yachting season on November 14 to be celebrated off St.
A PLEASING feature is the proposal
to continue with the class racing in
a manner similar to last season. A pro-
In this respect Jock Sturrock appears
Hobsons Bay Yacht Club GEELONG REGATTA W'town-Geelong Race Results (Article), Williamstown Chronicle (Vic. : 1856 - 1954), Friday 3 February 1950 [Issue No.6972] page 4 2019-12-08 18:22 boat to Geelong was Mr. Erniie
Eun-Na-Mara of, Geelong and
the winner' on corrected time..
well-known , local yachtsman,
to Geelong.
C: Tempest 1, Eric 2, Xarelia.
D:. Penola. 1, , Shamrock:. 2,
Falkyrie 3..
S21 footers: Topsy D 1, .Royal
ist 2, Milsonia 3:
I Tumlarens: Snow Goose 1,
Zea 2, Marie' 3.
Stars: .Naiad .1,. Byand '2, Es
Jubilee: Stormy. 1, Sarawaki
2, .Elokah 3.
Sunray - Geelong .Regatta/
A Class: Phantom 1, Acros
?pire: IV, 2,.Eun-Na-Matr 3.
B: Scorn• ,IV 1, 'Warana- 2,
0: Tempest 1, Nareen 2, SM
D: Peter 1, Shamrock 2, Es
Tumlarens: Snow Goose .1,
Star: Naiad 1, Marion 2, By
2, Eide3avouir 3. -'
G.reelong Advertiser Cup. - The
A Class went to. t'e Royal
Brighton boat Sue Anr' sailed
by the Olympian Jock Starrock.
Judith Pihl sailed -by the' well
YC was second, and .Yeulbasl
(Geelong) was third. HBYC I
were very fortunate to. have
A- Class: Eun-Na-Mara 1"
" 21 footers: Topsy 1, Royalist,
2, Altair 3."
At the time of - writrig our
Victorian 21 footer .representa
'tive Tom Savage is not having'
During., last . Saturday's-, Albert:
Cup'"Edalgo had the misfortune
to spring the mast. |
Owing to the extreme light
boat to Geelong was Mr. Ernie
Eun-Na-Mara of Geelong and
the winner on corrected time..
the Olympic yachtsman Bob
well-known local yachtsman,
to Geelong.
C: Tempest 1, Eric 2, Karelia.
D: Penola 1, Shamrock 2,
Falkyrie 3.
21 footers: Topsy D 1, Royal-
ist 2, Milsonia 3.
Tumlarens: Snow Goose 1,
Zea 2, Marie 3.
Stars: Naiad 1, Byand 2, Es-
Jubilee: Stormy 1, Sarawaki
2, Elokah 3.
Sunray - Geelong Regatta/
A Class: Phantom 1, Acros-
pire: IV 2, Eun-Na-Mara 3.
B: Scorn IV 1, Warana 2,
C: Tempest 1, Nareen 2, SM
D: Peter 1, Shamrock 2, Es-
Tumlarens: Snow Goose 1,
Star: Naiad 1, Marion 2, By-
2, Endeavour 3.
Geelong Advertiser Cup. - The
A Class went to the Royal
Brighton boat Sue Ann sailed
by the Olympian Jock Sturrock.
Judith Pihl sailed by the well
YC was second, and Yeulba
(Geelong) was third. HBYC
were very fortunate to have
A Class: Eun-Na-Mara 1
21 footers: Topsy 1, Royalist,
2, Altair 3.
At the time of writing our
Victorian 21 footer .epresenta-
tive Tom Savage is not having
During last Saturday's Albert
Cup Edalgo had the misfortune
to spring the mast.

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