(1858-1944) - AAU national foil champion (1891); national epee champion (1889, '91). AFLA national epee champion (1893); national sabre champion (1893, '94). Member, U.S. Olympic team (1912). Co-founder and first president of the AFLA (1891-1925). Vice-president, American Olympic Committee (1926); and president (1926-28). Generally regarded as the father of American fencing. The national championship trophy for sabre individual is presented in his memory.