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CYCLING_Continued. Manhattan Bicycle Club, Metropolitan Bicycle Pequod Wheelmen-267 W. 25th st. Org. 1894. Club, Morris Wheelmen, New York Firemen's ('y 138 members. Hugh Dougherty, Pres.; Benj. B. ole (lub, Orient Wheelmen, Pierce Wheelmen, Dall, Sec., 324 W. 24th st. Pontiac Wheelmen, Prospect Wheelmen of North Pierce Wheelmen--229 W. 69th st. Org. 1898. 96 New York, Richmond Co. Wheelmen, Riverside members. Edward B. Ryder, Pres.; F. A. EngleWheelmen, Royal Arcanum Wheelmen, St. George hart, Sec. Wheelmen of America, Staten Island Wheelmen,
Pontiac Wheelmen--140 West 83d
Org. Triumph Wheelmen, Union League Wheelmen,
members. Wm. H.. Mackey, Pres. ; Vigilant Cycle Club, Wolff-American Wheelmen. David Dooley, Ser. Charles E. Simms, Jr., Pres.: Joseph H. Good
Press Wheelmen--190 William st. Org. 1895. 200 win, Sec., 1215 Broadway. The object is to pro
members. F. T. Patton, Pres.: Chas. E. Gehring. mote the interests of wheelmen in the City of Sec. - Treas., 188 Ridgewood av., Brooklyn, New York; to secure and protect their rights,
Prospeat Wheelmen of North N. Y.-811 E. 144th and to secure the improvement of streets and
st. Org. 1896. 75 members. Edward Clundt, Pres.; roads in the city and vicinity.
Arthur L. Zaduck, Sec., 811 E. 144th st. Bowling Green Wheelmen--289 Henry st. Org
Quill Club Wheelmen-See Newspaper Club of 1895. 210 members. William E. Murphy, Pres.;
New York. Joseph P. Harris, Sec.
Riverview Wheelmen- 497 Hudson st. Org. 1897. Calumet Cyclers--132 W. 26th st. Org. 1892. 190 40 members. Wm. Graham, Capt.; Wm. Koehler, members. Charles P. Stinson, Pres.; Charles Sec., 487 Hudson st. Varona, Sec., 475 6th av.
Riverside Whee.men-804 West End
av. Org. Century Wheelmen-146 W. 71st st. Org. 1895. 1887. 210 members. H. Creegan, Pres. ; R. 400 members. Wm. H. Klinker, Pres. ; H. L. W. Harrington, Sec. Geary, Sec.; Wm. A. Coulter, Treas.
Royal Arcanum Wheelmen--262 W. 99th st. Org.
1896. 403 members. Chelsea Wheelmen-237 W. 17th st. Incorp. 1896.
Geo. E. Rice, Pres.; Ed. L.
Lee, Sec., 723 Columbus av. 25 members. T. J. Green, Pres.: Wm. Strang,
St. George's Bicycle Club-207 E. 16th st.
20 members. Louis P. Rubien, Crescent Wheelmen-242 Spring st.
Capt. ; Org. 1896.
Frank H. Stevenot, Sec. 50 members, Thomas Hewitt, Pres.; Wm. Rich
St. George's Wheelmen of America, N. Y. DImond, Sec., 71 Horatio st.
vision-ath st. and 8th av. Org. 1897. 134 memCycle Touring Club-Org. 1896. 33 members.
bers. John Sainsbury, Pres., 17 James B. Townsend, Pres.; Julian B. Shope, Sec.,
A. H. Bull. Sec., 366 W, 25th st. 11 Pine st. Double X Coterie Wheelmen-123 2d av. Org
State Cycle-49 3d st. Jos. Heiland, Pres.; S.
Muskowitz, Sec. 1872. 105 members. Charles Brandt, Jr., Pres.;
Triumph Wheelmen-59 W. 104th st. Org. 1892. George Mundorfe, Sec.
211 members. C. N. Pitcher, Pres.; W. S. Wilson, Empire State Cycle (lub--85 20 st. Org. 1897.
Sec. 128 members. J. Heiland, Pres.; W. H. Lang,
Vigilant Cycle Club-68 E. 110th st. Org. 1897. Sec., 149 E. 4th st.
125 members. Ed. Petersen, Pres.; Louis B. Firemen's Cycle_Club-Org. 1895. 125 members.
Morris, Sec. John F. McAvee, Pres.; E. S. Root, Sec., 310 W.
Wolff-American Wheelmen-110th st. and 5th av, 116th st. General P. O. Wheelmen-Org. 1896. 180 mem
Org. 1897. 60 members. Byron Perry, Pres. ; Josbers. Edward Harrens, Pres.: John F. Brouks, eph Loesch, Sec., 2068 Anthony av. Sec., 574 10th st., Brooklyn. Greenwich Wheelmen-1 Abingdon sq. Org. 1892.
QUEENS. 125 members. Wm. A. Whepley, Pres.; Walter Brentwood Cycle Club- Brentwood, L. I. E. Neill, Sec.
College Point Wheelmen-College Point, L. I. Harlem Wheelmen-21 W, 124th st. Org. 1881.
George Emmerich, Pres.; Henry Brede, 410 members. Thomas O'Reilly, Pres.; Thomas Jacob Fahner, Capt. A. Roe, Sec., 21 W. 124th st.
Elmhurst Wheelmen-Elmhurst, L. I. Org. Apr., L. A. W. Consulate-132 Nassan st. Org. 1895.
1896. Limited to 50 members. Frank Meinekheim, 12,000 members. L. C. LeRoy, Senior Consul; F.
Pres. ; George Schnitgen, See, M. Frobisher, Junior Consul; G. B. Yard, Sec. Long Island City Wheelmen-Jackson, cor. 5th Treas., 132 Nassau st.
av., L. I. City. Org. 1892. E. Gutting, Pres. ; Lexington Wheelmen-52 Lexington av. 25 iem
John Smith, Sec., 538 Jackson av., L. I. City. bers. Frank E. Sy vester, Pres.; Thos. Conklin, Mazeppa Wheel Club-Flushing, L. I. Org. Treas.: Clarence B. Ruch, Sec.
1895. 13 members. Mrs. S. L. Annis, Pres.; Mrs. Lincoln Wheelmen-82 20 av. Org. 1894. 150 Haustetter, Sec., 6 l. 103d st., Manhattan. members. Ben Simon, Pres. ; Wm. Legan, Sec. Mercury Wheelmen-144 Amity st., Flushing, L.
Linwood Wheelmen-59 W. 11th st. Org. 1895 I. Org. 1884, re-org. 1891. 50 members. D. S. 58 members. Eugene L. Afeld, Pres.: August Sandborn, Pres. ; Alex. R. Boyce, Sec. Sorn, Sec., 59 W. 11th st.
Queens ('ounty Wheelmen-Richmond HII. Org. Madison Wheelmen--1666 Madison av. Org. 1888. 40 members. E. E. Willett, Pres. ; W. W 1896. 200 members. Justus Frankel, Pres.; Myer W. Roberts, Sec., 205 Lincoln road. Brooklyn. Lery. Sec., 14 E, 110th st.
Sprocket Club-Flushing. Org. 1896. 126 memManhattan Bicycle Club-205 W. 57th st. Incorp. bers. Wm. Fairbrother, Pres.; J. Russell Laun1888. 58 members. Joseph Oatman, Pres. ; Chas. drie, Sec., 88 State st.; F. W. Burke, Treas. Lowy, Sec., 1716 E. End av.
Tamaqua Club-Jamaica. Org. 1894. 125 memMecca Wheelmen-324 Bleecker st. Org. 1896. bers, Alvin M, Dunham, Pres.; F. W. Johan138 members. Ed. J. Shipsey, Pres.; James E.
knecht, Sec. Gritman, Sec.
Union Course Wheelmen--4th st. and Shaw av., Metropolitan Bicycle Club-W. 60th st. and
Union Course. Org. 1898. 30 members. John Boulevard.
Schatz, Pres.; Adolph Wendt, Sec., Woodhaven
av. Metropolis Wheelmen-146-148 W. 25th st. Org.
Rauschkolb, Pres.: Harry Barr, Sec., 9 Barrow st.
Wheatley, Pres.; A. Thomas, Sec., Willets Point;
John H. Honig, Capt. Monitor Wheelmen-171 E. 86th st. Org. 1898. 58 members. Henry J. Schiffer, Pres.; Ed.
RICHMOND, Stinner, Sec.
Morrie Wheelmen-696-698 136th st. Org. 1895. Association Wheelmen (Y. M. C. A.)-Tompkins400 members. John Frick, Chairman; W. T. ville. Org. 1899. 31 members. Geo. Knox, Pres.; Graff, Jr., Sec., 1110 Dawson st.
A. A. Macdonald, Sec., Y. M. C. A. Rooms. Newspaper Club Wheelmen of New York--120
Richmond County Wheelmen-Bay st., Stapleton, Nassau st. (formerly Quill Club), Reorg. 1839.
Incorp. 1896. 100 members. A. G. Thompson, Frank Jones, Pres. Chas, Himstreet, Sec.
Pres.; M. H. Simpson, Sec. New York Bicycle Cub-80 Broadway. Org, 1879. 45 members. F. W. Kitching, Pres. ; W. E.
NASSAU AND SUFFOLK COUNTIES. Findley, Sec.
New York College of Pharmacy Cycle Club Business Men's Bicycle Association-Southamp-
Glen Cove Wheelmen-Org. 1886.74 members,
CYCLING-Continued. Gien Cove, L. I. J. C. F. Davis, Sec.; Everett I. Org. 1896. 75 members. B. P. Smith, Pres.; Bockwood, Capt.
J. H. Davis, Sec. Hempstead Cycle Club, Hempstead, L. I. Roanoke Bicycle Club-Riverhead. Frank Org. 1896.
171 members. Frank B. Hawkins, Lane, Pres. ; Ed. D. Fishel, Sec.-Treas. Pres.; Frederick C. Seabury, Sec.
Southampton Business Men's Bicycle AssociaLindenhurst. Wheelmen-Lindenhurst, L. I. tion--Southampton, L. I. Org. 1895. 31 members. Geo. Nagengast, Pres.; John Becht, Sec.
Edward H. Foster, Pres.; Charles A. Jaggar, Mineola Wheelmen--Mineola. Org
1848. 40 Sec. members. H. W. Andrews, Pres.; E. B. Ent Suffolk County Side Path Commission-Henry wisle, Sec.; G. E. Rees, Treas.
H. Preston, Chairman, Shelter Island Heights. Port Jefferson ycle Club-Port Jefferson, L. L. I.; Jesse H. Davis, Sec., Port Jefferson, L. I.
POLO TOURNAMENTS IN 1899. The year 1899 in polo has been the most interest Reginald Brooks, 4; Maxwell Stevenson, 4; J. B. ing in the history of the game in this country. Eustis, Jr., 5; T. A. Havemeyer, Jr., 6; H. Duryea, The lack of players caused by the Spanish-Ameri-; J. W. Appleton, 3; C. H. Mackay, 3; S. Willets, can war, which crippled almost every club in the 0; F: 0: Beach, 5; R. E. F. Flinsch, '5. United States during the season of 1898, has been MORRIS COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB-Morrisovercome by the return of the players from the town, N. J. Colors, green body, white cap. Benwar and by the new players who have been de jamin Nicoll, Delegate. W. T Headley. 3; Norveloped. The headquarters of the Poio Association man Henderson, 3; Gustav E. Kissel, 3; Rudolph are the same as last year, 15 Church st., and H. Kissel, 3; F. Kinnicutt, 3; H. H. Harjes, 1; Charles L. Herbert is still chairman.
A. Munn, 2; Herman Kinnicutt, 3; William B. Tournament events are held under the auspices ord, o; Benjamin Nicoll, 8; W. K. Thorn, 4; ot the Polo Association, 15 Church st., Manhattan,
Herbert King. 2. New York City; H. E. Herbert, Chairman.
MYOPIA HUNT CLUB-Hamilton, Mass. Colors,
light blue, white sash and cap. R. L. Agassiz, TOURNAMENT EVENTS IN 1899,
Delegate. R. M. Appleton, 3; R. L. Agassiz, 8; BUFFALO COUNTRY CLUB-Buffalo, N. Y. Ellis L. Dresel, 1; F. B. Fay, 4; A. P. Gardner, 4; Colors, white, red cap and sash. Robert K. Root, J. A. Garland, Jr., 0; H, H. Holmes, 6; G. V. L. delegate.' W. H. Glenny, 0; Seward Cary, 4: Meyer, 2; C. F. Ayer, 0; Geo. H. Norman, Jr., 4; George Cary, 1; Thomas Cary, 1; Dr. Charles James H. Proctor, 2; Fred'k H. Prince, 2; c. L. Cary, 4; H. Townsend Davis, 1; Ellicott Evans, 1; Perrin, 1; C. G. Rice, 4; Robt. G. Shaw,' 2d, 8; David Gray, 1; J. H. Graves,' 2: Harry Hamlin Bulkeley Wells, 0; Maxwell Norman, 3. 1; C. C. Rumsey, 2; Devereaux Millburn. 0: H. S. ONWENTSIA CLUB-Lake Forest, III. Colors, Martindale, 0; L. D. Rumsey, 2; John Richmond. dark blue body and yellow sash. W. Vernon Booth, 2; Bronson Rumsey, 2; Robert K. Root, 2; John Delegate. W. S. Andrews, 1; W. Vernon Booth, N. Scatcherd, 4; S. P. White, 0; J. S. Wadsworth, 2; James Carey Evans, 2; Walter Farwell, 2: 3; Craig Wadsworth, 2; J. D. Sawyer, 0; George Howard Gillette, O; E. C. Green, 3; Walter W. Millburn, 0
Keith, 3; C. G. King, 1; W. B. Kirkman, 2; M. J. COUNTRY CLUB OF WESTCHESTER-West Kirkman, 2; F. J. Macky, 4; W. W. Rathborne, I; chester, N. Y. Colors, scarlet, white cap. E. C. G. A. Seaverns, Jr., 1. Potter, delegate. Chas, Bates, 2; R. L. Beeckman, PHILADELPHIA COUNTRY CLUB-Bala, Pa. 4; J. C. Cooley. 2; W. E. Iselin, 0; Marion Story, Colors black and white. John C. Groome, Dele2; J. M. Waterbury. 2; C. 0. Iselin, 4; E. C. Pot- gate, L. C. Altemus, 3; S. Lawrence Bodine, 2; ter, 5; H. N. Potter, 2; X. C. Reynal, 4; A. Cooley, John C. Groome, 3; Geo. L. Harrison, Jr., 2; 112; F. H. Allen, 2; Eugene Reynal, 2; H. M. Earle, bert E. Kennedy, 5; J. B. Lippinsott, Jr., 5; Chas, 0; J. M. Waterbury, Jr., 6; W. D. Hatch, 1; L. E. Mather, 1; H. P. McKean, Jr., 4; M. G. RosenWaterbury. 8; Arthur Iselin, 1: H. 0. Havemeyer, garten, Jr., 5; J. Frank McFadden, 4; Victor Jr., 2; J. C. Cooley, Jr., 3; Alex. Keogh, 1.
Mather, 2; W. Hinckle Smith, 4; R. E. StrawDEDHAM POLO CLUB-Dedham, Mass. Colors,
bridge, 5; Nelson Warden, 2; C. N. Welsh, 2; C. white, yellow sash and cap. Samuel D. Warren, B. Zeilin, 3; W. E. Carter, 3; Barclay H. WarDelegate. Elton Clark, 6; Joshua Crane, Jr., 4; burton, 3. Livingston Cushing, 1; Allan Forbes, 6: W. (ame POINT JUDITH COUNTRY CLUB-Narragan. ro'y Forbes, 5; C. H, W. Foster, 5; W. H. Goodwin, sett Pier, R. I. Colors, white, green sash and cap. 5; B. Nason Hamlin 0; Herbert Maynard 2: W. A. Hazard, Delegate. W. C. Morrow, 0; D. T. William S. Patten, 0; Robert F. Perkins, 3; T.
L. Robinson, 0; David Stevenson, 0; C. Barrows, Nelson Perkins, 0; Frederic J. Stimson, 1; Samuel
0; R. F. Ely, 0: J. E. Hoy, 0; H. B. Kane, 0; EdD. Warren, 4; Alfred R. Weld, 2; Edward M.
ward Connor, 0; P. S. P. Randolph, 0; B. S. WatWeld. 6: Moses Williams, Jr., 4.
son, 0. DEVON POLO CLUB-Devon, Pa. Colors, ROCKAWAY CLUB-Cedarhurst, Long Island, white, red sash at
white cap. C. Randolpi N. Y. Colors, dark blue. Foxhall Keene, DeleSncwden, Delegate. D. B. Sharp. 1; G. C. Colket. gate. H. P. Case, 2; J. E. Cowdin. 9; L. J. 1: Henry M. Warren, 0; Harrison K. Caner, 0; G. Francke, 2; R. T. Francke, 2: S. P. Hinckley, 0; Heckscher, 0: Jos. E. Widener, 0; Richard Vaux, Foxhall Keene, 10; F. s. Conover, Jr., 6; F. D. 0; C. Randolph Snowden, 5; C. E. Wheeler, 6: Porter, 2; L. H. Francke, 1; W. Anson, 4; R. La Geo McFadden, 6; J. L. Conaway, 0; Wm. Wayne, Montagne, Jr., 3; E. La Montagne, Jr., 3; R. La Jr., 0; Morris A. Janney, 0; Geo. W. Kendrick, 3d, Montagne, 3; J. S. Stevens, 5; A. C. Tower, 3; 7; Edw Crozier, 0; W. G. Warden, Jr., 0.
A. H. Alden, 3; G. L. Myers, 4; L. S. Chanler, 2 JACKSONVILLE POLO CLUB-Jacksonville, F. D. Savage, 4; Albert Francke, 4; W. A. Hazard, Fla. Colors, blue and black. D. F. Mitchell, Dele-3. gate. W. H Baker, 0; Montgomery Corse, 0; W.
SOMERSET COUNTY POLO CLUB-BernardsA. Dell (honorary). 0: Albert Huntington, 0; Vic
ville, N. J. Colors, blue and light tan. Chas. tor Johnson, 0; D. F. Mitchell, O; Lieut. 'Wm.
Pfeizer, Jr.. Delegate. Mitchell. 0: R. S. Ord, 0: Bruce Turton, 0.
A. Alexander, 2; C. M.
Chapin, 0: Palmer Campbell, 0; P. A. Clark, 2; LAKEWOOD POLO CLI'B-Lakewood, N. J. Colors, yellow and black. Geo. J. Gould, Deie-2; R. L. Stevens, 2; E. A. Stevens, 0: Richard
P. R. Pyne, 0; S. Cromwell, 0; Chas. Pfeizer, Jr., gate. P. F. Collier, 3; Robert J. Collier, 3; James Stevens, 0; Chas.' F. Squibb, 0; F. Magoun, 2. (onverse, 0; Kingdon Gould, 0: H. L. Herbert, 2; Frank J. Gould 0: Geo. J. Gould. 2: Raymond L.
SOUTHAMPTON POLO CLUB-Southampton,
L. I. Herbert. 0: Jav Gould, 0: John Dallett, Jr., 4.
Colors, white. Robert J. Collier, Delegate, MEADOW BROOK CLI'B-Westbury, L. I., N.
Playing members handicapped in other clubs. Y. Colors, sky blue. Oliver W. Bird, Dplegate.
ST. LOL'IS COCNTRY CLUB-St. Louis, Mo. August Belmont, 5; 0. W. Bird, 7; Charles ('arroll,
Colors, red, white sash and cap. Chas. Hodgman, 3; T. Hitchcock Jr., 9; H. V. R. Kennedy, 3;
Delegate. Otto L. Mersman, 2: Walter C. TayStanley Mortimer, 4; S. D. Ripley, 1; E. W. Roby,
lor, 0; Irwin Z, Smith, 1; Jno. T. Davis, 4; Geo. 3; E. L. Winthrop. Jr., 4; H. P. Whitney, 8; C.C.
P. Doan, Jr., 3; A. T. Primm, Jr., 1; Chas. Baldwin, 9; J. A. Stillman. 3; A. ('. Bostwick, 2;
Hodgman, 2: E. H. Simmons, 0; Chas. W. ScudC. A. Stevens, 3; H. K. Vingut, 4; E, D. Morgan,
der 6: Jas. W. Scudder, 2; Samuel C. Davis, 5; 2; R. H. Hunt, 0); W. Rutherford. 6: Bronson
C. Herbert Walker. 5; W. D. Simons, 1; P. S. Winthrop, 3; H. S. Page, 3: E. T. Cushing. 1; J.
Scanlon, 0; D. D. Walker, Jr., 0; J. T. Drew, 0. L. Kernochan, 3; George P. Eustis, 7; W. C. STATEN ISLAND POLO CLUB-West Brighton, Eustis, 6; Moses Taylor, 4; C. R. Duval, 2; N. Y Colors, yellow body, blue sash and cap.
POLO TOURNAMENTS-Continued. Morton W. Smith, Delegate. Henry T. Boody, 0; 1 Colors, yellow, Thos. Hitchcock, Jr., Delegate. Carlile Boyd, 0; W. Gould Brokaw, 0; W, W. Playing members handicapped in other clubs. Lowrey, 0; Dr. James McKee, 1; Erickson V. WASHINGTON POLO CLUB-Washington, D. C. Nichols, o; c. H. Robbins, 2; Morton W. Smith, Colors, purple body and cap and pink sash. Hugh 2; Benjamin Stern, 0; Fred Rodenwald, 0; J. T. Legare, Delegate. L. Anderson, 0; Gist Blair, 0; Sprague, 0; Geo. M. Sidenberg, 0: E. Goulj Hugh Legare, 0; Capt. Frank Michler, 0; O. Smith, 1; J. C. Wilmerding, Jr., 1: G. J. Waters, Humphries Owen, 0; J. Van Ness Philip, 0; George 1; T. L. Coleman, 0; J. Elverson, Jr., 0; J. T. Young, 0. Gwathmey, 0; M. C. Nichols, 0; Edgar Boody, 0. SARATOGA POLO CLUB-Saratoga Springs. N.
THE COUNTRY CLUB-Brookline, Mass, ('olors, Y. Colors, gr and white body. John Manning, white, cherry hoop and cap. F. Blackwood Fay. Jr., Delegate. John Manning, Jr., 0; John SanDelegate. G. D. Braman, 1; C. M. Bryant, 1; M. ford, O; Elliott Cowdin, 0; J. R. Townsend, 0; E. S. Crehore, 1; R. L. Coe, 1; F. N. Clark, 0; H. H. L. Smith, 0; R. W. Smith, 0; G. T. Smith, 0. Hunnewell, 1; W. S. Hobart, 3; A. W. Steadman, AITKEN POLO CLUB-Aitken, S. C. Colors, 1; R. W. Williams, 2; Geo. F. Woodman, 2.
light green. E. L. Smith, Delegate. Players handiWESTCHESTER POLO CLUB-Newport, R. I. capped in other clubs.
CHESS RECORDS-CLUBS. The game of chess in America experienced a The record to date: distinct forward movement during the year 1899,
America. Great Britain. the principal factors contributing to it being the
Lost. Won. Lost. tour of the American champion, Pillsbury, across 1st match, * 1896.,
342 442 the continent, followed, shortly after, by his latest 2d match, 1897. 412 512
512 suceess at the London international tournament, 3d match, 1898.
012 442 where he shared the second, third and fourth 4th match, 1899.... 6
6 prizes with Janowski and Maroczy. the formation of the Chess Association of the United States, the Total
1843 1912 success of the Brooklyn champion. F. J. Marshall in the minor international tournament at London, *Eight players on a side. and the formation of new State associations all over Total matches-- America, 2; Great Britain, 2. the country. Two cable matches were played during the year with England. On March 11 the Amer INTER-COLLEGIATE CHESS TOU'RNEY-The ican team recovered the Newnes trophy in the an seventh annual intercollegiate tournament between nual international fixture. The following month Columbia, Harvard, Yale and Princeton again the first intercollegiate cable match occurred and resulted in favor of Harvard, this being the fifth in this one the British universities were success
consecutive time that the (rimson's representaful over their American rivals. Early in the year
tives won the cup. Elmer E. Southard and C. F. Janowski. the French champion, visited New York C. Arensberg played for Harvard. Summary: and met with uniform success. Chess by telegraph Colleges,
W. L. and correspondence continued to be patronized. Columbia 892 312 Princeton, ......
3 Abroad, in addition to the London tournaments re Harvard
24 972 ferred to, contests were held at Amsterdam and Moscow. The death of Baron Heydebrand und der Year.
Columbia. Harvard. Princeton. Yale. Lasa on July 27, at the age of eighty-one years, 1893
5 deprived the chess world of one of the most dis 1894
5 tinguished votaries of the game.
342 LONDON TOURNAMENT-Two rounds, May 30 1897
4 to July 10. 16 entries: H. E. Bird, J. H. Black 1898
4142 burne, A. Burn, W. Cohn, D, Janowski, E. Lasker, 1899
212 F. J. Lee, G. Maroczy, J. Mason, H. N. Pillsbury. C. Schlechter, J. W. Showalter, W. Steinitz, R. Total
3042 Teichmann, s. Tinsley. M. I. Tschigorin.
The championship has been won five times by Winners:
Harvard and twice by Columbia. Order and players.
Lost. Prizes. 1. E. Lasker
442 $823 N. Y. STATE CHESS ASSOCIATION-Annual 2. H. X. Pillshury
winter meeting held in Manhattan, February 22. 3. D. Janowski
(hampionship tournament won by William M. 4. G. Maroczy
de Visser of Brooklyn. Minor tournament: Tie be5. C. Schlechter
tween W. Frere (Brooklyn) an L. Gunzberg. 6. J. H. Blackburne
250 At the summer meeting, held at Saratoga, Au7. M. I. Tschigorin
200 gust 28-Sept. 3, the Manhattan Chess Club secured 8. J. W. Showalter
permanent possession of the Staats Zeitung 9. J. Mason
100 trophy, s. Lipschutz winning the series with F.
J. Marshall of the Brooklyn Chess Club. The There was a tie between Pillsbury, Janowski and
and Maroczy, who divided second, third
City, Metropolitan and Staten Island Clubs each fourth
won the trophy once. prizes.
The third inter-state match between New York Burn retired before the tourney started, while and Pennsylvania was won by New York by Teichmann dropped out in the fourth round of the scores of 264 to 2214. Record of matches to date: first half.
New York, 2; Philadelphia, 1. AMERICA VERSUS GREAT BRITAIN–The
The class tourney winners were: Class 1, W. J. fourth annual chess match by cable between rep
Ferris, Newcastle, Del.; Class 2, A. McMartin, resentative teams of native players on March 10 Johnstown, N. Y.; Class 3, J. V. Baker. and 11 resulted in a dec sive victory for America CORRESPONDENCE CHESS-Correspondence by 6 games to 4, and the return of the Newnes team match on twelve boards between Brooklyn trophy to this side. Summary of the last match: and Chicago was won by the former by 6% to 542. America.
An international match between the t'nited States
Great Britain. Boards and Players. S. Boards and Players, Se.
and Canada, 100 players a side, was begun. Head1. H. N, Pillsbury...) 1. J. H. Blackburne. 1
quarters, Pillsbury National Correspondence Chess 2. J. W. Showalter..1 2. H. E. itkins......0
Association, 371 40th st., Chicago, Ill. E. J. Na3. J. F. Barry .1 3. T. F. Lawrence...0
pier, Pres. ; L. W. Parke, Sec.; Rev. Dr. Haynes,
Treas. 4. A. B Hodges.....1 4. E. M. Jackson.... 5. E. Hymes 13. D. Y. Mills.. 14 CHESS MATCHES-Janowski
Showalter, 6. H. G. Voigt 14! 6. H. Jacobs
match won by Janowski, with the score of 7 to 2 7. S. P. Johnston.
D), Locock. 1 and 4 drawn. First supplementary series, won by 8. F. J. Marshall.. 121 8. G. E. Wainwright Showalter by 4 to 2. Second series on by Show9. C. J. Newman.. 19. G. E. Bellingham. 1 alter by 4 to 2 and 1 drawn. Janowski vs. Mar10. D. G. Baird.. 16 10, H. W Trenchard.. shall, won by Janowski by 3 to 1. Janowski vs. 15
Manhattan experts, score: Janowski, 14; lost, 0; Total 6 Total
CHESS-Continued. INTER-COLLEGIATE CHESS MATCH-- First Officers: J. T. Marean, Pres.; Geo. F. Maesa, nternational chess match by cable between Amer- Treas.; S. H. Chadwick, Sec. can and British colleges, 6 players a side, was Caxton-Meets Tuesday evenings at the Elephant von by Oxford and Cambridge, with the score of Club House, 1411 Fulton st. Org. 1895. 22 members. 16 to 242. America was represented by Columbia, Alonzo Slote, Pres.: A. E. Wrigley, Sec., 129 2d pl. sarvard, Yale and Princeton. Trophy: A shield Dutch Arms-76 Carroll st. Meets Tuesday o the value of $1,100, presented by Isaac L. Rice. evenings. E. T. Newman, Pres.; E. C. Yates, MINOR LONDON TOURNEY-One round-May Sec.; C. S. Howell, Team Capt., 484 7th st. 0 to June 15. First prize won by F. J. Marshall Evans-Meets Tuesday evenings at members f Brooklyn, second and third prizes divided by houses. Arthur G. Tartas, Pres.; Leon Hirsh, 125 1. Marco and T. Physick, fourth and fifth prizes Pulaski st., Sec. and Treas. livided by E. O. Jones and J. Mieses, sixth and Exchange-Meets at members' houses. Org. 1897. eventh divided by E. M. Jackson and Dr. Smith 12 members. Chas. Helms, Pres.; D. H. Prentice, 12 entries).
Sec., 123 Amity st. AMSTERDAM AMATEUR TOURNAMENT Knights'-Meets weekly at members houses. sixteen entries. July 28 to Aug. 12. First prize, Org. 1896. 14 members. A. W. Meisel, Pres.; Scott von by H. E. Atkins of England; second prize, B. Malbon, Treas.; M. Meisel, Acting Sec., 1. G. Olland of Utrecht.
Strong pl. MOSCOW NATIONAL TOURNEY-Twelve en Long Island Inter-scholastic Chess League--Org. ries, Oct. 1 to 15. First prize, M. I. Tschigorin; 1897. Chas. L. Rand, Pres.; F. W. Rope, Treas.; econd prize, E. Schiffers.
D. M. Somers, Sec. TELEGRAPHIC CHESS-The second annual Manual Training High School Chess Club-76 eam match by telegraph on twelve boards be Court st. Org. 1895. 25 members. C. Fuchs, ween Boston and Chicago, on Decoration Day, Pres.: Louis Levine, Sec., 866 Bushwick av. esulted in favor of Chicago by 812 to 342. The Philidor--Chess section Williamsburg Turn VerVienna (hess Club won the match of two games ein, Meserole st., near Ewen, Meets Tuesdays vith the St. Petersburg Chess Club by 14 to 12. and Fridays. P. Richardson, Pres.; J. Freitag,
INTER-CITY CHESS-The annual match be Treas.; R. Hentscher, Sec. ween the Manhattan and Franklin Chess Clubs. Pillsbury Chess Club-559 Grand st. Charles H. layed at Philadelphia on Decoration Day, resulted Dilthey, Jr., Pres.; E. Henshel, Sec., 6 Newel st., n favor of the former by 712 to 614.
Progressive-Meets weekly at members' houses. BROOKLYN CHESS LEAGUE-The second an James M. Robbins. Pres. ; Charles Miller. Sec., 659 jual club championship tournament of the Brook- Madison st. yn Chess League was participated in by six local Y. M. C. A. (Central Branch) Chess and Checker lubs and won by the team representing the Dutch Club-502 Fulton st. Meeting nights. Mondays, Arms Chess Club. Summary:
Wednesdays and Saturdays. E. S. Miller, Pres.: (lubs.
Games. Sam'i Fox, Treas.; L. F. Staar, Sec., 80 Atlantic av. Dutch Arms
2812 1914 Cosmopolitan Chess Club-14 2d av., cor. HousPillsbury
2814 191 ton st. Org. 1896. 30 members. H. Kneff. Pres.: Bishops
1812 2914 Dr. H. Siff. Treas.: H. Tadden, Sec. (axton
Evans Chess Club-34 E, 9th st. Org. 1898. 40 Officers for 1899–-Lyman A. Best, Pres.; O. E. members. R. M. Hall, Pres.; Thomas H. Evans, diese, Vice-Pres.; C. Helms, Sec., 265 Sackett st., Sec.. 34 E. 9th st. Brooklyn.
Manhattan-United Charities Building. 105 E. 220 NATIONAL.
st. Org. 1877. 207 members. Aristides Martinez, Chess Association of l'nited States-Headquar- Pres.; Gustave Simonson, Sec.; club champion, A. ters, 105 E. 22d st., Manhattan. Judge Lesser,
B. Hodges. Pres., Boston; Geo. H. Walcott, Sec., Boston; W. Women's Chess Club-Carnegie Hall. Org. 1894. P. Shipley, Treas., Philadelphia.
Miss E. C. Foot, Pres. ; Miss E. S. Haines, Sec. CHESS CLUBS-BROOKLYN.
QUEENS. Bishop's-E. W. Tyler, 381 Lewis av., Pres.; F. Queens Borough Chess Club-Ed. Allyn, Pres.,
Tolles,' 590 Pacific st., Sec. Meets at members' Woodhaven station, L. I. houses Friday evenings.
RICHMOND. Boys' High School-(See School Clubs).
Staten Island-10 Bay st., Tompkinsville. Org. Brooklyn Chess Club-Rooms, 146 Montague st. 1890. 32 members. Gustave A. Barth, Pres.: F. Membership. 130. No championship tournament Eugene Brenzinger, Treas.; Ernest Divine. Sec., held in 1899. Champion of club, F. J. Marshall. I Stapleton,
1896; 140 points ("anchor nurse" barred), by Frank Straight rail-Highest run on record for match. Ives, New York, 1897. Highest average for play (with three balls, on regulation 5x10 table),
tournament play, 50 (with five shots allowed in 1,531 points, by Maurice Vignaux, at Paris, 1880.
"anchor'' spaces), by Frank C. Ives, at New York,
1896; 40 (with "anchor nurse' barred), by Jacob Highest average for match play, 333 1-3, by Jacob
Schaefer, at Chicago, 1898. schaefer, at Chicago, 1879. ('ushion carroms-Highest run for tournament
BILLIARD EVENTS OF 1898-9. play, 85 points, by Frank C. Ives, Boston, 1896. December 4-19-Class B amateur championlighest average for tournament play. 10 (in 200 ship tournament, under the auspices of the Amapoints). by Jacob Schaefer, at Chicago, 1887.
teur Athletic Union, at the Knickerbocker A. C. Fourteen-inch balk line-Highest run (with "an- New York. Won by J. Byron Stark, New York. "hor nurse" allowed), 566 points, by
Jacob who won 6 games, lost 0; Alexander Taylor, Chischaefer, at New York, 1893. Highest run (with
cago, and J. De Mun Smith, St. Louis, tied for *ar.chor nurse" barred), 359 points, by Frank C second, each winning 4 and losing 2 (Taylor won on ves, at Chicago, 1894. Highest average (with "an
the play-off). Stark's grand average was 7.72 and hor nurse" allowed). 100, by Jacob Schaefer, at
his best run 47; Taylor's grand average was 5.42 New York, 1893, and by Frank C. Ives, at Chicago; and his highest run 71; Smith's grand average was 894. Highest average (with "anchor
5.50 and his best run 64. Ferdinand Poggenburg, arred), 63 2-10, by Frank C. Ives, New York,
Vew York, finished fourth,
February 14-19, 1899–Class A amateur championHighest amateur (Class A) run, 139 points, by ship tournament, under the auspices of the AmaNayman ( McCreery, at New York, 1999. High
teur Athletic l'nion, at the Knickerbocker A. C., st amateur (Class B players) run, 97 points, by J. New York. Won by Martin Mullen, Cleveland, Byron Stark, at New York, 1898. Highest ama who won 3 games and lost 1. Wilson P. Foss, fur (Class A) averag, 13 1-3, by Wayman (. Me
Haverstraw, N. Y. was secondwith 2 victories treery, at New York. 1899, Highest amateur aver.
and 2 defeats, and Wayman C. McCreery, St. ge ((lass B players), 10 10-29, by J. Byron Sta:k,
Louis, thiril. won 1. lost 3. (There were only New York, 1899.
three contestants, each playing the others twice). Eighteen-inch balk line Highest run for tourna Mullen's grand average was 8.29 and his best run nent play. 290 points (with five shots allowed in 73; Foss' grand average was 8.26 and his best run ‘anchor spaces). by Frank ('. Ives, New York, 133, and Mctreery's grand average 9.16 and his best
BILLIARDS-Continued. run 139 McCreery created a new record for the Square Garden Concert Hall, New York, for $500 a highest amateur run (139) on record, and the best side. Won by Slosson, by the following score: single average on record for an amateur, 13.33. First night: Slosson-total, 300; average, 452-62;
These Class A games were 400 points each, at 14 high run, 37. Schaefer--total, 185; average, 2 61-62; inch balk-line, with only ten shots allowed in the high run, 21. Second night: Slosson-total, 300 "anchor spaces; while those in Class B were 300 (grand total, 600); average. 3 63-79; high run, 22. points each at 14-inch balk-line, with the "anchor Schaefer-total, 310 (grand total, 495); average, nurse'' allowed.
3 76-78; high run, 35. Third night: Slosson-total, May 15 and 22, 1899—Two-night professional 300; average, 5 10-59; high run, 21. Schaefer-total, match between G. F. Slosson and J. Schaefer, at 262; average. 4 34-57; high run, 41. Grand totals for Lenox Lyceum, New York, for $1,000 a side, $500 match-Slosson, 900; Schaefer, 757. Grand averon each game. First game (18-inch balk-line), ages-Slosson, 4.56; Schaefer, 3.84. Highest runswon by Schaefer-total, 600; average, 13 28-44; high | Slosson, 37; Schaefer, 41. Referee, Frank A. Keerun, 139. Slosson--total, 418; average, 9 31-43; high ney. of Brooklyn. run, 62.
Second game (cushion carroms), won by October 27, 1899—-National Association of AmaSlosson--total. 400; average, 4 52-87; high run, 34. teur Billiard Players, formed at Hotel WałdorfSchaefer-total, 359; average, 4 15-86; high run, 55. Astoria, New York. Meeting held at the call of Referee, Frank A. Keeney, of Brooklyn.
a committee of amateur players who were dissatAugust 30, 1899-Frank C. Ives, who was gen isfied with the Amateur Athletic Union manageerally recognized as the greatest billiard player ment. Officers elected: Orville Oddie, Jr., Pres.; in the world, diod of consumption, at El Pro Ferdinand Poggenburg, Vice-Pres.; Frank E. greso, Mexico,
Munn, Treas. ; Charles W. Miner, Sec.; above offiOctober 30, 31, November 1, 1899— Three-night pro- cers and J. Byron Stark, Dr. H. D. Jennings, Gusfessional match at cushion carroms, between tave 0. Rudo phy, George C. Dobson and Charles George F. Slosson and Jacob Schaefer, at Madison 'Forster, Executive Committee.
POOL IN 1898-9. December, 1898-Professional continuous pool April 10, 11, 12, 1899-Three-night championship tournament at Syracuse, N. Y., including all of match at continuous pool between Alfredo De Oro, the strongest professionals in the country, except of New York, and Jerome Keogh, of scranton, the champion, Jerome Keogh, of Seranton, Pa., Pa., at Chicago, ni, for $250 a side, purse, and net who refused to enter. Ten contestants, each to gate receipts. Won by De Oro, by the following play all the others in turn; games of 125 balls score: First night-De Oro, 208; Keogh, 145. Seceach; championship rules, and
championship ond night-De Oro, 192; Keogh, 118. Third nightclaimed for winner, but not allowed. Ended in De Oro, 200: Keogh, 252. Total-De Oro, 600; Ketie between Alfredo De Oro, of New York: Grant ogh, 515. The world's championship and BrunsEby, of Springfield, Mass., and John Horgan, of wick-Balke-Collender challenge emblem passed to Chicago, each having won 7 and lost 2 games. De Oro by this victory, and the conditions require In play-off De Oro beat both of the others, that he defend it against all comers at 30 days' winning first money, with record of won, 9; lost, notice; the matches to be for $250 a side, 600 balls, 2. Eby beat Horgan, taking second, with record in three nights' play, and holder to name place of won, 8; lost, 3; Horgan, third, won, 7; lost, 4. and date. If the trophy be held for one year January 23-28, 1899-Six-night continuous pool
without defeat it becomes the personal property of match between Champion Jerome Keogh, of
the holder. Scranton, Pa., and Alfredo De Oro, of New York, November 30, December 1 and 2, 1899-Three at Daly's Academy, New York, for purse of $250 nights' championship match at continuous pool, and net receipts. Won by Keogh, by the follow between Alfredo De Oro, of New York, and Fred ing score: First night-Keogh, 161; De Oro, 133. Payton, of Omaha, Neb., at Daly's Academy, Second night-Keogh, 147; De Oro, 132. Third night New York, for $250 a side, purse and net gate -Keogh, 145; De Oro, 106. Fourth night--Keogh, receipts. Won by De Oro, by the following score: 149; De Oro. 57. Fifth night-Keogh, 153; De Oro, First night-De Oro, 205; Payton, 182. Second 196. Sixth night-Keogh, 145; De Oro, 189. Total night. --De Oro, 199; Payton, 170. Third night-De Keogh, 900; De Oro, 813. Referee-J, T. Kirby, of Oro, 196; Payton, 127. Total-De Oro, 600; Payton, Brooklyn. The championship was not involved in 479. Referees-Jere A. Weinburg and William this match.
YACHTING IN 1899.
Sept. 13-For the "Gould" cups; class winners: PRINCIPAL YACHTING EVENTS OF 1899. Schooners, Katrina. Sloops, Winonah, Syce, Uvira, ATLANTIC CLUB, BROOKLYN-May 30:
BROOKLYX CLUB-May 30: "Opening Day," "Opening Day''; salute to the flag. Spring regat
salute to the flag: review of fleet.
June 19-Forty-second annual regatta; 13 startta; winners: Schooner, Katrina. Sloops. Acushla II. Eidolon Memory, Oiseau. Mainsail cabin
ers; winners: Sloops, Kangaroo, Edla. Cabin cats, yacht, Qui Vive.
Qui Vive. Open cats, Cleota, Vorana. Jib and June 20-Annual regatta; 28 starters: winners:
mainsail, Pearl. Schooners, Colonia, Amorita,
HARLEM CLUB, MANHATTAN-May 30: An
Ramona. Sloops, Syce, Eidolon, Awa, Memory, Edla, Asteryx, Car
nual regatta oft Belden's Point, City Island: 52
starters; class oline. Mainsail yachts, Dot, Ayala.
winners: Cabin sloops, Hussar, July 3-Rendezvous at Larchmont for annual Anoatok,
Water Lily, Rough Rider, Coquette, cruise on Long Island Sound. The principal feat Florence May. Cabin cats, Dot, Win or Lose. ure of the cruise was the race home from Shelter Open cats, Mystic, E. 2. Sloat, Mynah, Lobster. Island, outside of Long Island, to the club house Jib and mainsail, Zetes. Sloop Pontiac won the at Sea Gate, a distance of 138 miles. The start first leg for the $100 Williams cup. was made on July 10 by the schooners Katrina, KNICKERBOCKER CLUB, MANHATTAN-Sachem, Ramona and Coronet, sloops Awa and June 3, annual regatta off College Point, L. I. Daphne. The winners arrived at Sea Gate July 11 Class winners: Cabin sloops. Whileaway, Mocassin, and were, on corrected time: Katrina, 1st, taking White Wing. Anoatok, Narita, Carolina. (abin the "Adams" cup: Sachem, 20. taking the “Wat-cats. Dot, Win or Lose. Knockabout, Spindrift. son" cup; Ramona, 3d, taking the “Weeks'' cup. Open cats, Constance, Kazaza, The Awa takes the “Adams'' cup for sloops.
Sept. 16-"Woman's Day''; class winners: Sept. 2--Races for the "Weston" cups. Win- | Sloops, Nautilus, Onananiche, Flora. Catboats, ners in their classes: Sloops. Acushla it. I'vira, Leisure, Kite. Guese. Echo. Eidolon, Genia, Alva, Bonito. Knockabouts,
LAR(HMONT CLUB, LARCHMONT, N. Y. Midge, Chinook. Catboats, Qui Vive. Ellie, Canoe, June 17; annual spring regatta, 38 starters: class Zip.
winners: Schooners, Colonia Quisetta. Sloops, Sept. 4Races for the "Adams''
cups: class Kestrel, Anoatok, Albicore, Newasi, Hera. Mainwinners: Sloops, Acushla, Uvira, Daphne, Alva, sail yachts. Idler. Kazaza. Knockabouts. Oiseau, Xewasi, Song and Dance. Eidolon, Knockabouts, Cockatoo, Midge. Gryphon. Catboats, Qui Vive. Ellie. Canoes, Nip July 4-Eighteenth annual regatta; 54 starters; sie.
class winners: Schooners, for the Colt Cup, Colo