Philadelphia and New York 1883




Results
 
Match scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games 
Martínez, Dión    2401 (49) 0.5 /
Mackenzie, George    2555 (31) 1.5 /
 
Reichhelm, Gustavus    2479 (79) 1 /
Teed, Frank    2481 (91) 1 /
 
Elson, Jacob    2428 (60) 0.5 /
Davidson, Harry    2446 (81) 1.5 /
 
Roberts, James    2359 (85) 1 /
Delmar, Eugene    2336 (42) 1 /
 
Barbour, Lorenzo    2299 (54) 0 /
Baird, David    2395 (47) 2 /
 
Kaiser, Julius    2182 (99) 1 /
de Visser, William    2259 (75) 1 /
 
Michaelis, Otho    2460 (64) 1 /
Ryan, John    2341 (44) 1 /
 
Shipley, Walter    2419 (70) 0 /
Lipschütz, Salomon    2521 (75) 2 /
 
Priester, August    2371 (62) 2 /
Baird, John    2241 (50) 0 /
 
Barrett, Samuel    2351 (72) 1 /
Simonson, Gustave    2435 (54) 1 /
 
Newman, Charles    2387 (60) 1 /
Hanham, J. Moore    2380 (59) 1 /
 
Thompson, David    2210 (54) 1 /
Isaacson, Charles    2212 (66) 1 /
 
Voigt, Hermann    2363 (82) 1.5 /
Blackmar, Abel    2214 (108) 0.5 /
 
Smyth, Carroll    1994 (103) 0 /
Cohn, Louis    2120 (124) 2 /
 
de la Puente, M.    2200 (160) 1 /
Möhle, Charles    2421 (72) 1 /
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: Philadelphia - Manhattan Club Match
Place: Philadelphia and New York
Start date: 7 Nov. 1883
End date: 24 Nov. 1883
 
Notes:
The identity of the 'Cohn' (as given by Reichhelm) on the Manhattan club team is not certain. I have assumed it to be Louis Cohn, but there were at least two other Cohn's in the Manhattan club around this time, 'L.D. Cohn' and 'W.D. Cohn'. In Jan. 1882, L.D. Cohn was elected vice-president of the Manhattan club, while Louis Cohn was elected recording secretary (see Hillyer, p.118). The first round of the match was played in New York on Nov. 7, and the 2nd round was played in Philadelphia on Nov. 24.
 
References
Books
   Hilbert, Walter Penn Shipley, page 25
   Reichhelm and Shipley, Chess in Philadelphia, page 45
Periodicals
   [BCM], vol. 4, Jan. 1884, page 25