New York 1914 (7)




Results
 
Match scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games 
Kupchik, Abraham    2460 (44) 1 /
Black, Roy    2470 (48) 0 /
 
Lasker, Edward    2462 (36) 0.5 /
Howell, Clarence    2321 (78) 0.5 /
 
Phillips, Harold    2170 (68) 0.5 /
Perkins, Frank    2261 (68) 0.5 /
 
Kreymborg, Alfred    2128 (103) 0.5 /
Helms, Hermann    2248 (116) 0.5 /
 
Beihoff, George    2137 (82) 0 /
White, John    1 /
 
Northrup, G.E.    2182 (104) 0.5 /
Adair, George    2184 (73) 0.5 /
 
Meyer, Leonard    2422 (88) 1 /
Schroeder, Alfred    2378 (66) 0 /
 
Smith, Magnús    2315 (81) 1 /
Russell, Franklin    2100 (111) 0 /
 
Rosen, Leon    1 /
Massa, G.F.    0 /
 
Rosenthal, Jacob    2462 (71) 1 /
Cass, Alvin    1848 (126) 0 /
 
Rosenstein, W.J.    1 /
Jameson, A.S.    0 /
 
Armstrong, C.E.    1828 (179) 0 /
Selover, Benjamin    2024 (112) 1 /
 
Hodges, Albert B.    2311 (49) 0 /
Zirn, Harry    2250 (95) 1 /
 
Koehler, Gustav    2193 (113) 0.5 /
Schroeder, Mario    2073 (79) 0.5 /
 
Clark, John    1 /
Farley, P.A.    0 /
 
Beynon, F.P.    2088 (95) 0.5 /
Wolff, Louis    2141 (174) 0.5 /
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: Manhattan Chess Club - Brooklyn Chess Club Match
Place: New York
Start date: 14 Nov. 1914
End date: 14 Nov. 1914
 
Notes:
The game Beihoff - White was unfinished on the day of the event. At first, in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle's original report of 16 Nov. 1914, it was stated that the game would be played off later in the week, then the 19 Nov. 1914 issue says that the game was 'in the hands of William T. Ryan... for adjudication'. In the 10 Dec. 1914 issue of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle (p.3 of the last section), the final score is given as 10-6 for Manhattan, which means that White was given the win, by one means or another.
 
References
Books
   Hilbert and Lahde, Albert Beauregard Hodges, page 307
Periodicals
   [BDE], vol. 74, no. 318, 16 Nov. 1914, page 18
   [BDE], vol. 74, 10 Dec. 1914, page 3

Tournament information updated: 6 Mar. 2021