H. D. Hadenfeldt

From Wooljersey


H. D. Hadenfeldt has been elected second lieutenant of the Olympic Club Wheelmen, vice W. L. Geldert, who resigned on account of press of business.

THE WHEELMEN - The San Francisco Call, 01 Jun 1895

The following officials were in charge at the start and finish and in consequence everything at those points went off smoothly and without a hitch: Referee, Harlow H. White, president Associated Clubs; starter, John F. McGlynn, Olympic; clerk of course, Jules F. Hancock, Bay City; scorer, C. W. Prentiss, California; timers and judges - F. H. Kerrigan and George P. Wetmore, Bay City; Charles Albert Adams and H. D. Hadenfeldt, Olympic; J. J. B. Argenti, California; J. Catanich, Imperial; F. W. Sharp, Acme; W. E. Griffiths, Reliance; W. I. Pixley, San Francisco, and F. S. Hoyt, Alameda.

WELLS WON FOR THE BAY CITYS. - For the Second Time This Club Gets the Relay Cup. 100-mile relay race - The San Francisco Call, 13 Apr 1896

The members of the Olympic Club Wheelmen are devising means to revive interest in cycling club runs, and to that end have appointed a special committee to confer with Captain Hadenfeldt.

The committee consists of T. G. Spillane, J. H. Nash, Frank W. Fuller and W. C. Corbett, and the first move will be to schedule the proposed runs at least thirty days in advance, this keeping the members informed of desirable outing trips. Captain H. D. Hadenfeldt was re-elected Captain for the ensuing term, in accordance with the custom by which the road officers are chosen every six months. He will reappoint Lieutenants Spillane and Nash.


Captain H. D. Hadenfeldt of the Olympic Club Wheelmen and Captain J. S. Shedd, Acme Club Wheelmen, are making active preparations for the joint run of their clubs to Lake Chabot, near San Leandro, next Sunday. Dinner will be served on a barge anchored out in the lake.

Olympic Wheelmen Name Officers. - The San Francisco Examiner, 28 Jul 1897