Paterson 1897




Results
 
Match scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games 
Delmar, Eugene    2381 (40) 1 /
Stapfer, John    2125 (111) 0 /
 
Leipziger, Mark    2031 (96) 1 /
Hatfield, Thomas    1964 (116) 0 /
 
Nugent, Charles    2190 (59) 1 /
Craig, William    0 /
 
Pelz, Leo    1918 (114) 1 /
White, John    1874 (122) 0 /
 
Deen, J.R.    1 /
Badenhausen, J.P.    0 /
 
Lipschütz, Frederick    1914 (99) 1 /
Tinney, W.E.    0 /
 
Kempa-Pieczonka, Albert    1828 (78) 1 /
McFadyen, James    0 /
 
Honegger, Oscar    2174 (87) 0 /
Jaffe, Charles    2309 (109) 1 /
 
Tannenbaum    0 /
Beyer, Max    1 /
 
Feibel, Jacob    2293 (97) 0 /
Vorrath, August    2278 (80) 1 /
 
Raubitschek, Robert    2237 (60) 0.5 /
Lissner, J.    2069 (102) 0.5 /
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: Metropolitan Club - Paterson Club Match
Place: Paterson
Start date: 20 Mar. 1897
End date: 20 Mar. 1897
 
Notes:
The identities of some players had to be guessed. I am guessing that 'Craig' (in the New York Sun, but 'Cragg' in the New York Evening Post) is William Craig, who played in the first round between these two clubs on 29 Jan. 1897. Davies guesses that 'Tinny' (in the New York Evening Post) or 'Touney' (in the New York Sun) was W.E. Tinney. The New York Sun has 'McFadden' where the New York Evening Post has 'McPhee'. This seems likely to be James McFadyen. 'Lissner' could be either J. Lissner or S. Lissner, both of New Jersey, but J. Lissner seemed to be more active in the mid 1890s, so I will guess that it was him.
 
References
Books
   Davies, Samuel Lipschütz, page 293
Periodicals
   [NYEP], 22 Mar. 1897
   [NYS], 22 Mar. 1897

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