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CYCLING-Continued. er, Pres.; Miss May McCormack, Sec. 45 mem James B. Townsend, Pres.; Julian B. Shope, Sec., bers.

11 Pine st. Sunset Wheelmen-3d av, and 45th st. Org. 1897. Double X Coterie Wheelmen--125 2d av. Org. 50 members. Jacob Oberlies, Pres.; Joseph Ober-1872. 105 members. Wm. Wohlhagen, Pres.; lies, Sec., 165 45th st.

George Mundorff, Sec. Summit Cycle Club-Org. 1897. 75 members. Geo. Empire State Cycle Club85 2dst. Org. 1897. W. Martin, Pres.; Miss Florence Godwin, Sec., 87 members. Joseph Hecklandy Pres.; W. H. 393 Union st.

Lang, Sec., 149 E. 4th st. Union League Wheelmen-Grant sq. Org. 1896. Empire Wheelmen-97th st. and Boulevard. Org. 100 members. Russell Parker, Pres.; Geo. B. 1896. 35 membens. Abe Kaufman, Pres.; David Jones, Sec., 712 Nostrand av.

W. Dazian, Sec., 237 E. 61st st. Uralia Wheelmen-379 Dean St. Org. 1897. 56 Fireman's Cycle Club-52 Lexington av. Org. members. Rudolph Tollner, Pres.; Fred. M. Meis-1895. 125 members. John F. McAvee, Pres.; E. S. ter, Sec., 221 Union st.

Root, Sec., 320 W. 116th st. Vanderveer Park Wheelmen-335 Newkirk av. General P. O. Wheelmen-Org. 1896. 150 memOrg. 1895. 34 members. H. A. Schmidt, Pres.;

bers. Edward Harrens, Pres.; John F. Brooks, Jos. N. Neef, Sec., 210 Av. C, Vanderveer Park.

Sec., 364 7th av., Brooklyn. Washington Park Wheelmen - 98 Carlton av.

Golden Rod Wheelmen-62 E. 4th st. Org. July, Org. 1895. 50 members. James McCue, Pres.; Wm. 1895. Robert W. Arnold, Pres. ; Charles K. Starr, Masterson, Sec., 59 Douglas st.

Sec. Waverly Bicycle Club-85 Somers st. Org. 1895.

Greenwich Wheelmen-5 Abingdon sq. Org. 1892. Membership (men and women), 100. Wm. Devine, 100 members. Nelson McIntyre, Pres.; Sylvester Pres.; A. A. O'Neill, Sec., 104 Glen st.

J. O'Neill, Sec. White Flyer Wheelmen-370 Gates av. Org. 1898.

Harlem Wheelmen-21 W. 124th st. Org. 1881. 368 80 members. Frank Corell, Pres.; Alex Brexen

members. Thomas O'Reilly, Pres.; Chas. Widdorf, Sec., 1,153 Bedford av.

mer, Jr., Sec., 231 W. 21st st. Whirling Dervishes-Org. 1893. 100 members. Its

Knickerbocker Athletic Club Wheelmen--Madiofficers are named for different parts of a bicycle.

son av. and 45th st. Org. 1897. 450 members. R. Frank La Manna, Crank Pres.; W. T. Wintring

E. Moran, Ch'n; Arthur See ig. Sec., 349 Madiham, High Gear Captain; H. B. Fullerton, Cyclom

son av. eter, Sec., 172 Montague st.

L. A. W. Consulate-132 Nassau st. Org. 1895. William J. Buttling Bicycle Club-252 High st.

12,000 members. L. Rosenfeld, Senior Consul; F. Org. 1898. 20 members. Augustine F. Oakes,

M. Frobisher, Sec, Pres.: Albert J. Buttling, Sec., 202 York st.

Lexington Wheelmen-52 Lexington av. 25 memWilliamsburgh Wheelmen--226 Leonard st. Org. bers. Frank E. Sy vester, Pres.; Thos. Conklin, S94. 200 members. George Hellen, Pres.; H. Č.

Treas.: Clarence B. Ruch, Sec. De Graff, Sec., 740 Grand st.; C. W. Hadley, Capt. Lincoln Wheeimen-8 Attorney st. Org. 1894. Windsor Terrace Wheelmen-70 Prospect av.,

150 members. Isaac Mather, Pres.; Jaques Cone, Windsor Terrace. Incorp. 1897. 75 members. J.

Sec., 49 Bayard st. Mahler, Pres.; A. H. Post, Sec., 294 17th st.

Linwood Wheelmen-59 W. 11th st. Org. 1895 Wyandance Wheelmen, 167 Nassau av. Org. 58 members. Eugene L. Afeld, Pres.; August 1897. 40 members. Wm. T. Reynolds, Pres.; Wm. Sorn, Sec., 59 W. 11th st. Mehling. Sec., 209 Nassau av.

Madison Wheelmen-1666 Madison

av.

Org. Y. M. C. A., 26th Ward Branch-Liberty and

1896. 150 members. Justus Frankel, Pres.; Myer Pennsylvania avs. Org. 1895. 90 members. F. F.

Levy, Sec., 14 E. 110th st. Rowland, Pres.; Geo. L. Wilbert, Sec.

Manhattan Bicycle Club-205 W. 57th st. Incp.

1888. 60 members. Joseph Oatman, Pres.; Adolph MANHATTAN.

Oatman, Sec.

Mecca Wheelmen-324 Bleecker st. Org. 1896. 108 Arch Wheelmen-65 Barrow st. Org. 1896. 128

members. Wm. B. members. F. Brosang, Pres.; Wm. T. Vilkhan,

Winslow, Pres.; James E.

Gritman, Sec. Sec.

Metropolitan Bicycle Club-60th St, and BouleAssociated Cycling Clubs of the City of New

vardYork-302 W, 58th st. Org. 1897. Members: Bowl. Ing Green Wheelmen, Calumet Cyclers, Century

Metropolitan Wheelmen-146-148 W. 25th st. Org.

Frank A. Barr, Pres. ; Wheelmen, Chelsea Wheelmen, Crescent Wheel- Sept., 1891. 50 members. men, Eighth Regt. Co. E. Wheelmen, Empire Henry Barr, Sec., 174 W. 4th st.

Michaux Cycle Club-Bou'evard and 60th st. State Cycle Club, Greenwich Wheelmen, Harlem

Org. 1895. 250 members (imited). Wm. A. Wheelmen, Knickerbocker Athletic Club Wheelmen, Manhattan Bicycle Club, Mecca Wheelmen. Haines. Pres.; Elisha Dyer, Jr., Sec.

Monitor Wheelmen 171 E. 86th st. Metropolitan Bicycle Club, Morris Wheelmen, New

Org. 1898. 58

members. York Firemen's Cycle Club, New York Tourist

A. L. Brodie, Pres.; Samuel Brown, Wheelmen, Orient Wheelmen, Pierce Wheelmen,

Sec.

Morris Wheelmen-696-698 136th st. Org. Pontiac Wheelmen, Prospect Wheelmen of North

400 members, John Frick, Pres.; Herman F. New York, Richmond Co. Wheelmen, Riverside Wheeimen, Royal Arcanum Wheelmen, St. George

Lampe, Sec, Wheelmen of America, S. I. Wheelmen, Triumph w. Goth st." John C. Gulick, Sec. (See Athletics).

New York Athletic Club, Wheeling Section-20 Wheermen, Vigilant Cycle Club, Wo ff - American

New York
Wheeimen.
Cycle Club, Yorkville
Charles

Ciub-80
Bicycle

Broadway. Org.

1879. Simms, Jr., Pres.; Joseph H. Goodwin, Sec., 1215

45 members. F. W. Kitching, Pres.; W. E. Broadway. The object is to promote the interests

Findley, Sec. of wheelmen in the City of New York: to secure

New York College of Pharmacy Cycle Cluband protect their rights, and to secure the im

115 W. 68th st. Org. 1894. 100 members. Frank provement of streets and roads in the city and

M. Pond, Pres.: L. G. Berb, Sec.. 599 E. 88th st vicinity.

New York County Wheelmen--232_W. 50th st. Bowling Green Wheelmen-289 Henry st. Org. Louis Schloss, Pres.; R. N. Burton, Treas.; Frank 1893. 185 members. Wm. E. Murphy, Pres.; C. Engelhardt, Treas. Joseph P. Harris, Sec.

New York Tourist Wheelmen-66th st. and Bronx Borough Wheelmen-Boscobel and Clare Boulevard. Crg. 1894. 75 members. A. Prylbil, mont avs. Org. 1896. 61 members. Henry Caul- | Pres.; James Murray, Sec., 346 4th av. field, Pres.; James E. Grove, Sec., Wait and Pequod Wheelmen-267 W. 25th st. Org. 1894. 72 Birch sts.

members. Arthur D. Williams, Pres.; Benj. B. Calumet Cyclers-132 W. 26th st. Org. 1892. 135 Dall, Sec., 324 W. 42d st. members Charles P. Stinson, Pres. ; George E. Pierce Wheelmen-122 W. 45th st. Org. 1898. 94 Thompson, Sec., 23 W. 37th st.

members. Edward B. Ryder, Pres.; S. A. Hoyle, Century Wheelmen–146 W. 71st st. Org. 1895. Sec., 40th st. and Broadway. 450 members. Matthew Gibb, Pres.; M. J. Gib Pontiac Wheelmen--97th st, and Boulevard. Org. bons, Sec.

1898. 300 members. Wm. H. Mackey, Pres. Crescent Wheelmen-17 N. Moore st. Org. 1896. David Dooley, Ser. 50 members. Thomas Hewitt, Pres.; Wm. Rich Press Wheelmen-11 Spruce st. Org. 1895. 30% mond, Sec., T. Horatio st.

members. Nate Newman, Pres.; N. Wood, Sec. Cycle Track Association-E. C. Hodges, Pres., and Treas, 149 Lorimer St., Brooklyn. Boston, Mass. ; Henry E. Ducker, Sec., Cambridge, Prospeot Wheelmen of North N. Y.-811 E. 144th Mass.

st Org. 1896. 75 membors. Elward Clundt, Pres. Cycle Touring Club-Org. 1896. 33 members, John Burke, Sec., 670 E. 153 st.

1895.

CYCLING-Continued. Quill Club Wheel men-120 Nassau st. Org. 1894. Tamaqua Club Jamaica. Org. 1894 in nem 100 members. A. G. Batcheldor, Pres.; Alfred bers. Stanley Jordan, Pres.; Chas. H. Henderson Reeves, Sec.

Sec. Riverside, Wheelmen-804 West End av. Org. Union Course Wheelmenth st. and Shaw ar. 1887.

180 inembers. C., L. Harrison, Pres.; R. Union Course. Org. 1898. 30 members. John W. Harrington, Sec.

Schatz, Pres. ; Adolph Wendt, Sec., Woodhaven av. Royal Arcanum Wheelmen-262 W. 99th st. Org. Willets Point Engineer Wheelmen-G. Wells, 1896. 403 members, Isaac W. Caulfield, Pres. ; Pres.; A. Thomas, Sec.; S. N. Peterson, Capt. Joseph Godwin, Jr., Sec., 81 W. 101st st. St. George's Bicycle Club-207 E. 16th st.

Org.

RICHMOND 1890. 20 members. ohn V. Kampf, Jr., Pres.; Association Wheelmen (Y. M. C. A)-TompkinsFrank H. Stevens, Seo..

ville, Org. 1898. 28 members. G L Eg, St. George's Wheelmen of America--5&th 'st, and Pres.; G. H. Stanfield, Sec.. Y. M. C. A. Rooma 9th av. Org. 1897. 134 members. Lott Vickers, Richmond County Wheelmen-Bay st., Stapleton Pres., 476 W. 34th st.; Harry P. Mills, Sec.

Incorp. 1896. 130 members. H. G. Cleveland Pre; Triangle Wheelmen-52 E. 230 st. Org 1895. B. C. Flowerdew, Sec. 98 members. Wm. Rush, Pres.; John Wood, bec.

NASSAU AND SUFFOLK COUNTIES. Triumph Wheelmen-59 W. 104th st. Org. 1832. 211 members. C. N. Pitcher, Pres.; W. S. Shann, Business Men's Bicycle Association-SouthampSec.

ton.

Org. 1895. 34 members. Edward H. Foster, Union League Wheelmen-State of N. Y., 216 W. Pres.; Charies A. Jagger, Sec. 33d st. Incorp. 1896. 155 members. P. H. 0 Con Dewey Bicycle Club-Baiting Holiow. Org. 19 nell, Pres.; P. J. Reynolds, Sec.

18 members. Mrs. V. E. Benjamin, Pres.: H. E. Vigilant Cycle Club-68 E 110th st. Org. 1897. 85 Young, Sec., Box B, Riverhead. members. S. Schornauer, Pres; R. Wolff, Sec., Electric Wheelmen-Lynbrook. Org. 1898 70 119 EL 83d st.

members. Robert Monds, Pres.; Charles Dorios, Wolff - American Wheelmen-110th st. and 5th an, Ong. S97. 60 members. Byron Perry, Pres; Jos Freeport Bicycle Club-75 members, meels eph Loesch, Sec., 2,068 Anthony av.

monthly. Platt Conklin, Pres.; J. H. Ellson, Yorkvile Wheelmen--215 E. 87th st. Org. 1893. Sec. 100 members. S. J. O'Neill, Pres. ; Thos. F. Phe Glen Cove Wheelmen-Org. 1886. 74 members. lan, Sec.

Glen Cove, L. I. R. Frank Bowne, Pres.; J. C. QUEENS.

F. Davis, Sec.: E. D. Skinner, Jr., Captain. College Point Wheelmen--College Point, L. I. Hempstead Cycle Club, Hempstead,

I. Theo. Kraemer, Pres.; Jacob Hebel, Sec., P. 0. Org. 1896. 150 members. Frank B Hawkine Pres. Box 24: John Dockadorp, Capt.

Percy R. Bromfield, Sec. Elmhurst Wheelmen-Elmhurst, L, I, Org. Apr., Lindenhurst Wheelmen-E. Schmalkuche, Pres.: 1896. 52 members, Charles E. Covert, Pres. ; Van John Becht, Sec.; G. W. Irnish, Treas. Der Veer Williamson, Sec.

Mineola. Bicycle Club-Mineola. Org. 1898. Long Island City Wheelmen Jackson, cor. 5th members. Frank P.

Seaman, Pres.; Thomas av., L. I. City. Org. 1892. F. C. Helmuth, Pres. ; Lloyd, Sec. P. J. Inglis, Sec., 334 E 33d st., Manhattan. Patchogue Algonquin Cycle Club-Mrs. A. H.

Mercury Wheelmen--144 Amity st., Flushing, L. Terry, Pres.; Mrs. A. M. Surzey, Sec. - Treas.
I. Org., 1884; re-org., "1891. 65 members. Henry Patchogue Wheelmen-Patchogue, L. I.
M. Duncan, Pres.: Harold R. Butler, Sec.

corp. 1896. James H. Rogers, Pres.; Clarence w. Queens Borough Wheelmen-Richmond Hill. Org. Ruland, Treas.; J. Robert Bailey, Sec. 1898. 48 members. Jos. A. 0. Neill, Pres.; Thos. Port Jefferson Cycle Club-Port Jefferson, L A. Jerome, Sec.

I. Org. 1896. 103 members. John E. Overton, Queens County Wheelmen-Richmond Hild.

Org.

Pres.; J. H. Davis, Sec. 1888 40 members. W. C. Pettit, Pres.; W. W. Roanoke Bicycle Club-Riverhead. Roberts, Sec., 205 Lincoln road, Brooklyn.

Southampton Business Men's Bicycle AssociaSprocket Club-Flushing. Org. 1896. 117 mem- tion-Southampton, L. I. Org. 1895. 31 members. bers. Wm. Fairbrother, Pres.; J. Russell Laun. Edward H. Foster, Pres. ; Charles A. Jaszar, drie, Sec., 81 Congress av.; F. W. Burke, Treas.

Sec.

COUNTRY CLUBS. Ardirondack League-Org. June 21, 1890. 260 mem- | Pres.; Preston B. Spring, Treas.; S. T. Skidmore, bers. Wm. H. Boardman, Pres.; Frederick A. Sec., 7 W. 50th st., Manhattan. Booth, Sec., 22 E 16th st, Manhattan. Owns a pre Marine and Field-Bath Beach, L. I. Org. and serve of 100.000 acres in Hamilton and Herkimer incorp. 1885. Annual meeting, second Tuesday is Counties, and also has three club houses.

January. Membership 320. Wm. A. Avis, Pres: Ardsley Club (See Golf Clubs).

Omri F. Hibbard, Sec., 32 Liberty st., Manhattan. Amityville Club-Amityville, L. I. O. J. Wilsey, Meadow Brook Hunt-(See Hun ng and Fishing Pres.: Andrew E. Burr, Sec.

Clubs). Caughna wauga Club-Near Newcomb, Essex Meadow Clubof Southampton-Southampton, County, N. Y.--Wm. N. Clark, Pres.; David L. I. Henry E. Howland, Pres.; Edward Banks, Jr., Sec., 20 Murray st., Manhattan. Humphreys, Vice-Pres ; Charles R. Henderson,

Chelsea Plantation Club-Grounds, South Caro- Sec.; Robert Olyphant, Treas. lina. V. J. Hedden, Pres.; Nathaniel s. Smith, Mohegan Club-Mohegan, Westchester Co., N. Sec., 120 Broadway, Manhattan.

Y. Org. 1895. 50 members. Jonathan B. Curry. Crescent Athletic Club-Country house, Shore Pres.; W. D. Hawes, Sec., 97 Cedar st., Manhattan road, near 83d st. (See Athletic Clubs).

Quogue Field Country-Quogue, L. I. Dr. S. F. Knollwood Club-Elmsford, N. Y. John I. Arch-Morris, Pres.; Orison B. Smith, 59 Frankfort st., bold, Pres.; August T. Gillender, Sec., 1 Nassau Manhattan, Sec.; Erastus F. Post, Treas. st., Manhattan.

Richmond County-Dongan Hills, N. Y.

Org. Long Island Country-Org. 1886, for hunting and 1888. 290 members. Lewis F. Whitin, Pres.; E. 8. fishing. The club owns 1,250 acres of land, 2 large / Twining, Sec., New Brighton, S. I. ponds stocked with small mouth black bass, and 142 Royal Arcanum Outing Club-Gravesend Beach. miles of stream at Eastport, a club house, cottages, Org. 1897. 126 members. Thomas W. Kelley, Pres: barns and outbuildings for the use of the members Edward Pye, Sec., 128 Pulaski st. and their families. It also leases 5,000 acres of land Turf and Field-Org. 1895. Perry Belmont, and 3 ponds, which are stocked with quail and Pres.; Amos T. French, Sec., 173 5th av. trout. Dr. H. G. Preston, 54 Greene av., Brooklyn, South Shore-Babylon, L. I. Org. 1895. MemPres.; Ovto Magnus, Vice-Pres.; A. K. Sloan, bership 100. Chas. L. Tappin, Pres.; Almet F. Treas.; James P. Philip, Seo.; Herbert C. Tuthill, Jenks, Vice-Pres.; Stephen H. de Forest, Treas.; Supt.

William A. Overton, Sec., Babylon, L. I. Lawrence Club-Lawrence, Queens Co., L. I. Tuxedo Club-Tuxedo Park, Orange

Co., X Org. 1892. 60 members, Daniel Lord, Pres.; George Y. Org. 1885. Pierre Lorillard, Pres.; William Hewlett, Sec., 132 Front st., Manhattan.

Kent, Tuxedo. N. Y., Sec. 350 members. Long Island Sea Side Club-East Moriches, L. I. Westhampton Country-Westhampton Beach, L Org. 1498. Ezra A. Tuttle, Pres.; L. W. Naylor, I. Org 1890. Aaron P. Whitehead, Pres. ; Theo Vice-Pres.; Arthur P. Stoutenburg, Sec., St. Paul dore F. Jackson, Vice-Pres.; Augustus Zabriskle, Building. Manhattan.

239 Washington st., Jersey City, N. J., Sec.; Wm Maidstone-Easthampton, L. I. Everett Herrick, 'B. Clark, Treas.

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LACROSSE. The champions of the Intercollegiate Association COLLEGE CITY OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK. for 1898 was the strong Johns Hopkins University Wallace L. Cremin, Capt.; Robt. Boyd, Mgr. Team. The Crescents, however, defeated them and also the team which Toronto University, of Toronto, Canada, sent down to the States. The defeat of the Canadians by the Brooklyn men gave the latter the title of amateur champions of the United States and Date. Opposing Team. Played at Canada for 1898.

The record of the games played in 1898 by the prominent teams of the United States, together with the names of the captains and managers of the Ap. 16 Crescent A. C...... Brooklyn... 1 teams, follow:

Ap. 23 Crescent A. C...... Brooklyn.

10 Ap. 31 Lehigh University. South Bethlehem 13 CRESCENT ATHLETIC CLUB, BROOKLYN.

May 4 Stevens Institute.. Hoboken...

May 19 Cornell University. New York City.. 2 Jas. S. Garvin, Capt.; Geo. H. Ford, Mgr.

May 21 Montclair A. C..... Montclair

8 May 28 South Orange A.C. South Orange..

June 5 Montclair A.C..... Montclair
Date. Opposing Team. Played at

SWARTHMORE COLLEGE, SWARTHMORE, PA.
John P. Broomell, Captain and Manager.
Ap. 16 Johns Hopkins Un. Swarthmore 3 5

8 Ap. 1Col'ge City of N.Y. Brooklyn...

Ap. 22 Harvard University Swarthmore

1 Ap. 23 Col'ge City of N.Y. Brooklyn...

May 4 Crescent A. C...... Brooklyn...

10 0 Ap. 27 Columbia Univ.... Brooklyn..

May 5 Stevens Institute.. Hoboken. 1

2 Ap. 30 Stevens Institute.. Brooklyn.

May 7 Lehigh University. Swarthmore

3 May 4 Swarthmore Col'ge Brooklyn..

3 2

HOBART COLLEGE, GENEVA, N. Y. May 7 Columbia Univ.... Brooklyn.

10 6

J. C. Losnowski, Capt.; G. A. Richmond, Mgr. May 14 Harvard Univ. Brooklyn.

11 8 May 18 Cornell University. Brooklyn.. 1 May 5 Cornell University. Ithaca....

2 1 May 21 Johns Hopkins Un. Brooklyn.. 7 2 May 26 *Toronto Univ. Geneva..

2 6 May 25 Lehigh University. South Bethlehem 8 2 J'ne 11 Cornell University. Geneva..

3 May 28 Col'ge City of N. Y. Brooklyn..

7 May 30 Toronto University Brooklyn...

3

*One-half only played. June 4 Lehigh University. Brooklyn. Forf.l by | L.

STATEN ISLAND ATHLETIC CLUB, Johns HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, BALTIMORE.

WEST NEW BRIGHTON, S. I. G. Canby Robinson, Capt.; G. Harry Grimes, Mgr.

H. P. Howden, Capt.; Fred. Knight, Mgr.

1 Ap. 16 Swarthmore Col'ge Swarthmore

Mar.12 * Montclair A. C.... Madison Sq. Gar. 5 8

May 7 Montclair A. C..... W.New Brighton 0 Ap. 80 Columbia Univ.... Baltimore

May 14 Stevens Institute.. W.New Brighton 4 May 7 Stevens Institute.. Hoboken...

May 30 *Montclair A. C.... Bergen Point.... 3 3 May 14 Lehigh University. Baltimore..

6 May 21 Crescent A. C...... Brooklyn...

June 5 Montclair A. C..
8
2

Brooklyn...

J'ne 12 Montclair A. C..... W.New Brighton 3 1 LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, So. BETHLEHEM, PA. William Gunmere, Capt.;

*Exhibition game. Robert Farnham, Jr., Asst. Mgr. Ap. 23 Harvard Univ..... South Bethlehem

Ice Hockey

1 Ap. 30 Col'ge City of N.Y. South Bethlehem 18 The Amateur Hockey League of the Metropolitan May 7 Swarthmore Colège Swarthmore..... 2 2 District was organized last winter with five teams, May 14 Johns Hopkins Un. Baltimore

5 6 among them the Brooklyn Skating Club team. The May 21 Stevens Institute.. South Bethlehem 2 series required each team to play all four of the May 25 Crescent A. C...... South Bethlehem 8 others two games each, one on the home ice and May 28 Toronto University South Bethlehem 5 12 one at the rink of the opponents. Three rinks

were used, the St. Nicholas and Ice Palace in STEVENS INSTITUTE, HOBOKEN, N. J.

New York and the Clermont in Brooklyn, and the Albert McDonald, Capt.; Geo. H. Beck, Mgr.

championship matches drew big crowds to see the

exciting play, Ap. 20 Columbia Univ.... Hoboken

6 2 The championship for 1898 was won by the New Ap. 30 Crescent A. C. Bay Ridge

8 7 York Athletic Club team after a tie and play-off May 4 Colige City of N.Y. Brooklyr...

8

with the St. Nicholas Skating Club. The Brooklyn May 5 Swarthmore Col'ge Hoboken...

team finished close behind the two leaders, there May 7 Johns Hopkins Un. Hoboken

8 being only one game difference in the final sumMay 13 Harvard Univ... Hoboken..

9 2 maries. The full standing of the League clubs at May 14 Staten Island A. C. W.New Brighton 3

the end of the year, with the statistics of the May 21 Lehigh University. South Bethlehem 2 4 series of championship matohes, follow:

Games. Per Goals. HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.

W. L. D. cent. Made. Agt. Fred. B. Taylor, Captain and Manager.

New York A. C.......7 2 2 .777

17 St. Nicholas S. C.....6 3 1

.666

27 19 Ap. 22 Swarthmore Col'ge Swarthmore .... 3

Brooklyn S. C........5 3 0 .625 23 15 Ap. 23 Lehigh University. South Bethlehem 1 3 New York H. C......2

1 .250 10

14 May 13 Stevens Institute.. Hoboken

2 9
Montclair A. C.... 7 0

6 24 May 14 Crescent A. C..... Brooklyn..

4 11 May 16 *Columbia Univ... New York City..! 8 5 *This game for a dual League Championship.

Skating Clubs.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK.

National Amateur Skating Association--Org. 1885.

56 membere. Wm. B. Curtis, Pres.: S. J. MontR H. E. Starr, Capt.; Geo A. Eyer, Mgr.

gomery, Sec., with Daniel & Sons, Broadway and

8th st., Manhattan. Ap. 2 Stevens Institute.. Hoboken

6

Skating Club of Brooklyn--Clermont av. Rink. Ap. 30 Johns Hopkins Un. Baltimore

2 6

Membership limited to 600. Carroll J. Post, Jr., May 7 Crescent A. O...... Brooklyn

6 10

Sec., 475 Clinton av. May 16 Harvard Univ. New York City.. 5 8 St. Nicholas Skating Club-66th st. and 9th av.. May 19 Cornell University. New York City.. 9 2 Manhattan. Chandler P. Anderson, Pres.; Erskine May 28 Montclair A. C..... Montclair .

8

Hewitt, Sec.; Edward A. Crowninshield. Treas.

23

COCO

LAWN TENNIS.
Championships, 1898.

WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIPS.
MEN'S SINGLES.

United States. Singles-Miss Juliette Atkinson, United States-Malcolm D. Whitman, Boston,

Brooklyn, defeated Miss Marion Jones, California

Doublesdefeated Robert D. Wrenn, New York' (previous challenger), 6-3, 5-7, 6-4, 2-6, 7-5.

Miss Juliet te Atkinson and Miss Kathleen Atkinholder), by defauit. Middle States-Malcolm D. Whitman, Boston,

son, Brooklyn, defeated Miss Marie Wimer, Washdefeated William A. Larned, New York' (previous ington, and Miss Carrie Neely, Chicago, 6-1, 2-6,

4-6, 6-1, 6-2. Mixed doubles-Miss Carrie Neely. holder), by default

Ohicago, and Edwin P. Fischer, New York. d. Western States--Kreigh Collins, Chicago, defeated William S. Bond, Chicago (chaiienger), 6–2,

feated Miss Chapman, Philadelphia, and J. B. Hili,

Philadelphia, 6-2, 6-4, 8-6. 6-2, 6-2. Southern States John C. Davidson, Washington,

Canada. Singles-Miss Juliette Atkinson, Brookdefeated Thomas Driscoll, San Francisco

lyn, defeated Mrs. Eustace Smith, Ottawa (chal

lenger), 6–4, 6–1. (previous holder), by default,

Western States. Canada--Leo E. Ware,

Singles-Miss Juliette AtkinBoston, beat Malcolm

son, Brooklyn, defeated Miss Louise Pound, Se. D. Whitman, Boston (challenger), 6-7, 6-3, 6-4,

braska (previous holder), 6-4, 6-3, 7-5. Doubles 6-2. England--R. F. Doherty, London, defeated H.

-Miss Juliette Atkinson, Brooklyn, and Miss JenL. Doherty, London (challenger), 6-3, 6-3, 2-6,

nie Craven, Chicago, defeated Miss Louise Pound.

Nebraska, and Miss Marie Wimer, Washington, 5-7, 6-1.

6-3, 2-6, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4. Ireland--H. S. Mahony, Dublin, defeated Dr. W. V. Eaves, London, (previous hoider), 6-1, 5-7,

England. Singles-Miss C. Cooper defeated Mrs. 9--7, 8-6.

G. W. Hillyard (previous holder) by default. MixIntercollegiate Leo E. Ware, Harvard, defeated

ed Doubles-Miss C. Cooper and Harold S. Mahony

defeated Miss Steedman and S. H. Smith (chalDwight F Davis, Harvard, in the finais, 6-1,

lengers), 6–3, 6–3. 61, 4-6, 6-2. Interscholastic-Beals C. Wright (representing

Irela.id. Singles-Miss C. Cooper defeated Miss Harvard preparatory schools), defeated Howard

L. Martin in the finais, 6-4, 9–7. Mixed doubles A. Plummer (representing Columbia preparatory

- Miss R. Dyas and H. A. Nisbet defeated Miss schools), in the finals, 6-2, 6-2, 6-4,

Bloxsome and H. L. Doherty, 6-2, 64, 6-1. International (Canadian challenge cup)-William

INTERNATIONAL MATCHES, S. Bond, Chicago, defeated Leo E. Ware, Boston Clarence Hobart and J. Parmly Paret, two of (challenger), 4-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-4.

the American experts, played abroad during the State Champions-Leo E. Ware, Boston (Massa- early part of the season of 1898 and both took chusetts): Richard Stevens, Hoboken (New Jer

part in the English championship meeting at sey); George Worthington, Bennington Centre Wimbledon, Hobart reached the semi-finals, beai(Vermont); John C. Davidson, Washington (Dis ing Evered, Payn and Ritchie, and then losing trict of Columbia); Harold H. Hackett, New

to H. L. Doherty, 6-1, 6-4, 6-3. In the doubles Haven (Maine); Malcolm D. Whitman, Boston he played with H. A. Nisbet (who was seen on (New York); Frank E. Sheldon, Topeka (Kansas). American courts in 1897), and they won the all

Metropo.itan-Edwin P. Fischer, New York, de comers' event, beating in the finals G. W. Hillfeated Stephen C. Miliett, New York (previous yard and S. H. Smith, 2-6, 6–2, 6–2, 6–3. In the holder), 6-3, 6-4, 6-2.

challenge round for the English championship Pacific Coast-Sumner Hardy, San Francisco, they were beaten by R. F. Doherty and H. L. defeated George F. Whitney, San Francisco (previ-Doherty (previous holders), 6-4, 6-4, 6-2. Paret ous holder), by default.

was beaten in the first round of the singles by MEN'S DOUBLES.

G. M. Simond, the champion of France,

63, 12-10. United States--Leo E. Ware, Boston, and George

Hobart played also at Liverpool for the NorthP. Sheldon, Jr., Greenwich, Conn., defeated

ern championship the week before Wimbledon Dwight F Davis, St. Louis, and Holcomb Ward, Orange, N. J. (challengers), 1-6, 7-5, 6-4, 4-6,

and beat E. R. Allen in the semi-finals, 6

46, 6-2, 6-4. In the finals he was beaten by 7-5. England-R, F. Doherty and H. L. Doherty,

H. L. Doherty, 6-1, 6-1, 8-6.

Paret played in two other English and two London, defeated Clarence Hobart, New York,

Irish tournaments after the Wimbledon meeting. and H. A. Nisbet, London (challengers), 6–4, 6–4,

In an Irish handicap event at Banagher he Ireland-R. F. Doherty

reached the finals in the singles (playing from and H. L. Doherty,

owe forty, the extreme back mark), but was London, defeated W. Baddeley and H, Baddeley, London (previous holders), by default.

beaten after three close sets. At Limerick the Canada--Edwin P. Fischer, New York, and Mal

following week, in the South of Ireland champion. coim D. Whitman, Boston, defeated Leo E. Ware,

ship tournament, he divided" first in the handicap Boston, and Joseph D. Forbes, Morristown, N. J.,

singles, was second in the handicap doubles and in the finais, 6-2, 6-1, 6-1.

won first place and the challenge bowl in the Eastern States- Malcolm D. Whitman, Boston,

scratch singles, giving him the championship of and George L. Wrenn, Jr., New York, defeated R.

the South of Ireland. His trophy was the first H. Carleton and Beals C. Wright, Boston, in the

foreign challenge cup ever brought to America finals, 3-6, 6-1, 6-1, 6-2.

by an American tennis player. At Leamington, in Western States-Dwight F. Davis, St. Louis, and

England, Paret reached the semi-finals in scratch Holcomb Ward, Orange, N. J., defeated william singles, but was beaten by E. R. Allen, and at S. Bond and Kreigh Collins, Chicago, in the finals,

Birmingham he was beaten by E. V. Jones, one 6-2, 6-4, 6-4.

of the rising young English players. He got third Southern States-J. Parmly Paret, New York,

in the mixed doubles at Birmingham, and John C. Davidson, Washington, defeated F. P.

RANKING OF THE EXPERTS. Warfield and N. T. Wilson, Jr., Washington, in Ranking. 1898.

Ranking, 1897. the finals 6-1, 6-2, 6-1.

1. M. D. Whitman.

1. R. D. Wrenn. Middle States-Joseph D. Forbes, Morristown, 2. L. E. Ware.

2. W. A. Larned. N. J., and Leo E. Ware, Boston, defeated Mal

3. D. F. Davis.

3. Dr. W. V. Eaves. colm D. Whitman and R. H. Carleton, Boston, 4. W. S. Bond.

4. H. A. Nisbet. in the finals, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1.

5. C. R. Budlong.

5. H.S. Mahony. Intercoliegiate-Malcolm D. Whitman and Leo

6. E. P. Fischer.

6. G. L. Wrenn, Jr. E. Ware. Harvard, defeated Harold H. Hackett

7. G. L. Wrenn, Jr. 7. M. D. Whitman. and J. Appleton Allen, Yale, in the finals, 6-2,

8. Richard Stevens.

8. Kreigh Collins. 6-3, 5-7, 6-1.

9. S. C. Millett.

9. E. P. Fischer. Metropolitan-Edwin P. Fischer, New York, and

10. H. H. Hackett.

10. W. S. Bond. Raymond D. Thurber, Brooklyn, defeated John c.

Tennis Clubs.
Davidson, Washington, and Oviedo M. Bostwick,
New York, in the finals, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.

United States National Lawn Tennis AssociaState Champions-Dwight F. Davis and Holcomb tion-The governing body of all lawn tennis clubs Ward (New Jersey). Malcolm D. Whitman and R. in the United States; annual meeting held in H. Carleton (New York), J. Parmly Paret and New York in February. James Dwight, Pres., John C. Davidson (Maine), Charles A. Adams and Boston; V. G. Hall, Treas., 11 W, 37th st., ManN. A. Denning (Vermont), Lawrence and Stoker hattan; P. S. Presbrey, Sec., Nat. Bank Redemp(Kansas).

tion, Boston, Mass.

LAWN TENNIS–Continued.
BROOKLYN.

Org. 1889. 50 members. Wilber F. Holt, Pres.; H.

H. Heywood, Sec., 1947 7th av. Algonquin-South Brooklyn. Org. 1894. 30 mem

New York-St. Nicholas av. and 146th st. Org. bers. Harvey D. Cotter, Pres.; Thos. A. Peters,

1884. 50 members. Rev. Chas. B. Chapin, Pres.; Sec., 468 W, 230 st., Manhattan. Crescent Athetic-23 Clinton

H. M. Callum, Sec., 400 W. 1520 st. st. Courts on

Tennis Club-212 W. 41st st. Org. 1880. Willgrounds at Bay Ridge. J. H. Oliphant, Pres.; T.

iam Rhinelander Stewart, Pres.; Herman S. Le 1. Exidy, Vice-Pres.; A. Wallace Higgins, Sec.

Roy, Treas. 500 members. Kings County-John A. Mathews, Pres.; Henry

West Side Tennis Club-89th st. and Central Hollehauer, Sec., 73 Livingston st. 45 members.

Park W. Org. 1893. 73 members. Nathan M. Weidemere-Lexington, near Redd Marcus

av. D: Fairchild, Pres.: Nellie B. Ferguson, Sec., 896 Garland, Pres.; Charles E. Fennessey, Sec., 40 Gates av. 36 members.

RICHMOND.
MANHATTAN.

Grasshoppers-Tottenville, Org. 1892. Benjamin

Williams, Pres.; Miss Leona C. Smith, Sec., 116 Lenox Tennis Club-Manhattan av, and 123d st. Water st., Perth Amboy, N. J. 33 members.

GOLF. Golf began with the open tournament of the Yarmouth; 77 entries. Miss Lena Thompson, Palmetto Golf Club, of Aiken, S. C., held March Wimbledon, beat Miss E. Neville in final by 6 up 14-15, 1568. Gold medal, for best score in prelimin- and 5 to play. ary medal play round, won by J.B.Tailer, Ardsley Oakland Golf Club-Open tournament, June 2-4. Ciub. Soutnern Cross Cup, by Herbert C. Leeds, Best gross score prize won by Herbert M. HarriMyopia, who beat Foxhall P. Keene, Rockaway man, Meadowbrook, 43—45-88. Oakland Cup, won Hunting Club, by 5 up and 4 to play. Alken Cup, by Walter J. Travis. The handicap cup won by second sixteen, won by A. Kemp, Palmetto Club, Herbert M. Harriman, 83—2–81. from E. Gray, Brookline C. C., by 10 up and 6 to Open Championship of Great Britain-Played at play. Palmetto Handicap, won by F. Clinch Prestwick, June 8-9; 72 hole contest; 80 entries, 22 Smith, Chicago, score, 111-30-81. Mrs. W. Butler being amateurs, It was won by Harry Varden, Duncan, jr., Country Club of Westohester, took a Scarborough professional. The prize winners second prize, 101-18-83. The handicap foursome, were: won by W. W. Exgerion and E. R. Garbow, who

1st. 23.

3d.

4th. Total. Prizes. beat W. Fairbanks and S. D. Bowers by 2 up H. Varden 79 75 77 76 307 £30. and 1 to play. Foxhall P. Keene won the driving Willie Park 76 75 78 79 308 $:00, competition; Duncan Elliott, Country Club of H. H. Hilton... 76 81 77

309, amateur. Westchester, the approaching competition, and Miss J. H. Taylor.... 78 78

79

312 $75. Todd, Palmetto, the putting competition.

F. G. Tait..... 81

75 82 315 amateur. Golf Club of Lakewood-Open tournament, April D. Kinnell ...... 80 77 79 80 3:6 $50. 31-23. Best score prize, won by Walter J. Travis, W. Fernie 79 85 77

318 $37.50. Oakland, 42--39—81. Lakewood Cup, won by Find- J. Hunter 82 79 81 77 319 $37.50. lay S. Douglas, Fairfield County Golf Club. Consolation Cup, won by M. D. Barger, Harvard Col Public tournament-Van Cortlandt Park, June lege. Lakewood Handicap, won by A. M. Reed, 11. Won by H. E. Brown, scoring a victory on Lakewood, 85-8-77.

the silver cup presented by P. G. Morosini, which Ocean County Hunt and Country Club-Open has to be won twice. 31 entries and 26 starters. mixed foursome tournament, April 27-29. Tourna- Brown's score, a new competitive record, was 54ment Cup won by Herbert M. Harriman and Miss 51--105. Helene Parrish; mixed foursome handicap, winners, Stock Exchange Handicap--Played at the KnollW. H. Coles and Miss A. H. Davis.

wood Country Club links, June 11, 1898. Won by Interscholastic Tournament-Golf Club of Lake- L. L. Kerr, Fairfield, 91-10--81. Henry P. Toler, wood links, April 30, open handicap, 18 holes, Baltusrol, had best gross score, 82–0-82. medal play. Prizes for best net and best gross Powelton Golf Club, Newburgh-Open tournascores won by C. Tiffany Richardson, Lakewood ment, June 16-18. Honors for best gross score were Heights School, the only scratch player. He did divided between Al De Witt Cochrane, St. Anthe course in 89 and took the net score cup, giving drew's, 46–48—94, and Archibald Graham, North the gross score cup to R. W. Goelet, Blake's Jersey Country Club, 47-47-94. Powelton Cup, School, New York; score, 97–7-90.

won by Archibald Graham. Open handicap wag Intercollegiate Championship-Ardsley Club links won by T. F. Chadwick, 112–18–94. May 4-7. Team match play, Harvard beat Co Allegheny Country Club-Open tournament, June lumbi 33 to 0, and Yale beat Princeton, 12 to 8. 16-18. Inter-State team match. Won by Allegheny Firal, Yale beat Harvard, 12 to 3. Yale's cham- Country Club, 1,057; Richmond County Country pion team, John Reid, Jr., Roderick Terry, Jr., Club, 1,103; Cincinnati Golf Club, 1,110; Cleveland W. Rossiter Betts, T. M. Robertson, R. H. Crowell Country Club, 1,143. Individual cup, won by T. B, and W. B. Smith, Individual championship won S. Horn, Allegheny Country Club. by James F. Curtis, Harvard.

Open Championship. Under the Auspices of the Baltusrol Golf Club-Open tournament, May 12 United States Golf Association--Played at Myopia 14. Best gross score medal, won by Henry P. links, June 17-18. 72 holes, 36 each day. Won by Toler, Baltusrol, 80. Toler also won the Governor's Frederick Herd, professional of Washington Park Cup. beating Jasper Lynch, Lakewood, in the final Golf Club. His score was 328. Second prize, Alby í up and 6 to play. Baltusrol won the team exander Smith, Washington Park, Chicago, 335; match with a score of 374, beating Essex County third, Willie Anderson, Baltusrol, 336; fourth, JoCountry Club, Dyker Meadow and Golf Club of seph Lloyd, Essex County Club, 339, and fifth, WilLakewood teame.

lie Smith, Shinnecock Hills, 340. Knollwood Country Club Open tournament, May Seabright Golf Club-Open tournament, July 1-4. 19-21. Best gross score, winner, Walter J. Travis, Sixty-nine finished in the preliminary round. Golf Oakland, 79. Travis also won the Archbald Cup. medal for best gross score won by W. J. Travis, K149)wood Challenge Cup, 36 holes, medal play, tie Oakland, 84. Seabright Cup won by Hugh K. Tobetween J. B. Tayler, Ardsley, and Harry W. ler, Baltusrol. 84 starts in the handicap. Won by Hayden, Knollwood, 183.-20_163 and 199—36-163. On. W. J. Travis, with a new record for the course of the play off Tayler won, 191–20--171; Hayden, 215- 77—1—77. 36179.

Norwood Field Club-Open tournament, July 7-9. Dyker Meadow Golf Club-Open tournament, May Best gross score prize, won by J. Prentice Kel2-28. Best grocs score prize won by A. De Witt logg, Princeton, 41–48–89. Vorwood Cup, won by Cochrane, St Andrew's. 44-45-89. Dyker Meadow W. R. Thurston, Morris County, from W. D. VanCup, won by Walter J. Travis, Oakland, who beat derpool, Princeton, in the finals, by 1 up in 37 Daniel Chauncey, Dyker Meadow, by 4 up and 2 holes. Handicap prize won by George Brokaw, to play. Consolation Cup won by c. M. Hamilton, 93—13–80. Best gross score, prize by H, M. BilBaltusrol. Dyker Medow won the team matchlings, Norwood Field Club, 87-6-81. with 489, beating St. Andrew's, Fairfield County, Otsego Golf Club-Open handicap tournament, Westchester Country and Westchester Golf.

July 11-16. Best gross score, S. D, Bowers, 87. Ladies' Golf Union of Great Britain-Sixth an Otsego cup won by S. D. Bowers, St. Andrew's, mual championship, May 17-20, played at Grea: who beat J. E. Leech, Washington Golf Club,

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