BAY CITY WHEELMEN HOLD ANNUAL SMOKER - The San Francisco Call - December 07, 1902

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Clubrooms Are Thronged With Merry Guests Who Celebrate Club's Birthday.

The Bay City Wheelmen celebrated the eighteenth annual birthday of the club last night with a smoker at the house on Golden Gate avenue. The guests began to assemble early and far into the night the sounds of merriment could be heard issuing from the scene of the jollification.

The spacious club rooms were crowded by the members bent on having a night of fun. The place was tastefully decorated with ferns and flowers. Dan O'Callaghan received the guests upon their arrival.

A splendid musical programme was rendered and refreshments were served during the evening. Among those who took part were William McDonald, Arthur Hahn, George Hillman, A. Topping, Richard Whelan, Robert Mitchell, Alexander Rosborough, A. Demont, Kolb and Dill, Al. Hazzard, Clarence Denely and the Manhattan Quartet.

The smoker was in charge of the following committee: Dan O'Callaghan, chairman; Henry L. Day, George Stangenberger, Robert Reid, Frank Smith, Dr. E. L. Mervy, J. M. Salazer, George Bannon, W. Lewis.