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ISBN 13: 9781130424287

Brooklyn citizen almanac

 
9781130424287: Brooklyn citizen almanac
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 Excerpt: ...l street and Second avenue. South Brooklyn, between teams of the Ashland A. C. and the Somerville, N. J. Football Club. At the Acorn A. A. field, Bay Ridge, the teams of the Acorn A. A. defeated the Red Star Football Club of Harlem, by a score of 2 goals to 1. 18--Mayor Boody refuses a permit for glove contests in this city to Jack Skelly's troupe of boxers. St. Simon heads the list of winning English sires this year with a credit of $173,782 for his get. Isonomy ranks second with $138,865; Hampton occupies third place. Edward Payson Weston starts to walk from Bowling Green to Albany, a distance of 145 miles, in seventy-two hours. 19--The M Big Three,'1 Schaefer, Ives and Slosson, and Daly and Spinks. guests of the Union League Club. Schaefer's game with Spinks the feature of the evening. Col. Sellers defeats Nate. Lounsberry in a ten-pin match. Best out of eleven games for twentyfive dollars a side, on the Elephant Club alleys. A very close contest. Atlantic Rod and Gun Club held its annual meeting at Sutherland's Exchange, Coney Island, and the following officers were re-elected for the ensuing season: President, Charles E. Morris; Treasurer, Robert J. Sutherland; Secretary, M. T. Riley. Two silver cups donated by Judges R. V. B. Newton and Kenneth J. Sutherland for competition during the past season were presented to President Morris, who won the first cup by eight wins outof eleven shoots, and the second cup was presented to Cornelius Furgueson, Jr., for five wins out of a seriesof seven. Charles E. Morris and Henry Balzer, chosen to represent the Atlantic Rod and Gun Club at the Kings County vs. State of New Jersey team shoot, at Marion, on Jan. 9, 1894. H. P. Lucas, known all over the trotting horse world as 11 Pike," died at Baltimore, after und...

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