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chron 1890 dec 1 - J Oar and Shell The balmy summer weather ot...
J Oar and Shell The balmy summer weather ot yesterday in fused a new life into the oarsmen of the South End Usually they - begin to congregate about the boathouses at noon but yesterday long before before mat hour almost every boat belonging to the several clubs in tbat section was on the waters and the bay presented a gala day ap pearance Boats ot every grade from me cum bersome to let concern that lines the long bridge to tbe delicate shell of the experienced oarsman studded the waters all the way to Tiburon and Hunters point There were no matches or exercise trews every one seemed Dent upon dui one onject ana mat me fullest enjoyment of a spin on the placid waters that me day afforded Two of toe Pioneer Clubs four - oared barges made a trip to Hunters point Later in the day J gollivanj D Leahey a Long and li Stokes took a spin around the bay In their four - oared sbelL The Pioneers have decided to build a - new four - oared racing barge and will give the contract contract to a San Francisco firm in a few weeks They will also build two pleasure barges one ot which it is expected will be made in me East The Ariela were in an active condition all the boats being In service L - Mairhead took a spin In his new Eastern single shell followed byHarryTurrlllin his quack single George 1 rneian c r unaiey anov fit as in white - halls made the run to Hunters point in the early afternoon A crew went to Alameda later in the day and brought back the four - oared racing racing barge which had been moored at that place since Thursday last The club intends building building a new four - oared racing shell for tha coming coming Fourth of July regatta The South End Club proposed having a new four - oared barge built which they expect will he the fastest racing boat on the bay It will be built by Rogers P Quigley J Daley F Dampky and W Shea were out in a four - oared barge and went as far as Hunters point The North Beach men did not show up oa the water with as much enthusiasm as the South coders They seemed contented to enjoy me matchless day by lounging on me porches of the boathouses and Estlestlv watch the hother skiffs The Tritons are making active preparations to celebrate the new year The occasion will be observed in an old fashioned stvle supplemented supplemented by illuminations and fireworks The Dolphins six - oared barge made a trip to Harbor View The crew was com posed of John Wetland - Gns Bull A Bothkopf James CDwyer Thomas Pjazer Fred Conway and George Van Gulpln The Dolphins re In a dire distress The building building of me first section ol me new seawall will so effectually cutoff thetff rentage mat they find it necessary to secure new quarters They are now negotiating to secure a water fronts ra at Eausalito lmm e1 lately adjoining the San J fiancisco i sent uud ana expect snoruy to remove remove to that place The Lnrlines are building a pleasure schooner with air tanks and concrete bottom The schooner will contain many recent inventions that will be put In a aii experiment None of their boats were Out The new steam launch Masco tte which was built for George A Pope of the firm of Pope Talbot at an texpeose - of 10 000 was

Clipped from San Francisco Chronicle01 Dec 1890, MonPage 5

San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, California)01 Dec 1890, MonPage 5
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