Amateur Billiard Championship of America: (Class A.) Souvenir of the First Tournament Given Under the Auspices of the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States, Held in ... New York, February 13th, 1899 (Google eBook)
Press of J. J. Little & Company, 1899 - Billiards - 71 pages
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14-inch balk 14-inch balk-line game A. B. Miller A. L. Ranney A. R. Townsend AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION amateur billiard expert amateur billiardist Amateur Championship amateur experts AVERAGE GRAND AVERAGE billiard balls billiard committee billiard skill Brooklyn Byron Stark C. E. Ellison carom Champion Chicago Class dynamite F. A. Keeney Ferd Florian Tobias Foss of Haverstraw George F H. D. Jennings HARVARD COLLEGE HIGH RUN SINGLE highest run J. B. Stark Knickerbocker Athletic Club leading amateur liard liardists Louis Maggioli MARTIN MULLEN Maurice Daly McCreery of St McCreery's MULLEN of Cleveland NAME OF PLAYER National Handi Oakes Ohio Orville Oddie PLAYED HIGH RUN PLAYER WON LOST pockets Poggenburg points of 3-cushions prize profes professional players prominent amateur Racquet ran a game record-run remarkable RUN SINGLE AVERAGE score SINGLE AVERAGE GRAND Slosson Stark won straight-rail three-cushion game to-day unfinished run Unknown Unknown WAYMAN WILSON wreath York City