Publication: The New York Times
New York, NY, United States
ROWING ON THE HARLEM.
The annual Spring regatta and ladies' day of the Nassau Boat Club took place on the Harlem River yesterday afternoon. There were hardly row-boats enough in the floats in the upper part of the river to supply the demand for the occasion, The steam-boat Harry Hill followed the club.
The pair-oared gig race was won by C.E. Schuyler, bow; R.D. Winthrop, stroke, and E.P. Johnson, coxswain. The Brookfield handicap single scull race for two prizes, presented by William Brookfield, was won by R.O. Morse. The fouur-oared gig race was won by H.R. Kretschmar, bow; H.O. Demorest, No. 2; R.F. Morrison, No. 3; A,P, Gould, stroke, and E.P. Johnson, coxswain. The eight-oared shell race was won by C.B. Goodhue, bow; R.H. Eggleston, No. 2; G.P. Green, No. 3; R. Murray, No. 4; W.B. Kemp, No. 5; C.E. Schuyler, No. 6; R.K. Foster, coxswain. The referee was Mr. Frank G. Brown, and the time-keeper, Mr. John H. Abeel Jr. After the regatta the winners proceeded to Nevin's Hotel, on Fourth-avenue at which place the prizes, handsome gold and silver cups, were awarded.
|Date completed:||October 29, 2009 by: Bob Berry;|