Thomas S. Hall

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Bay City Wheelmen

T. S. Hall is the only class B man of the aggregation and wears the yellow suit. He is 19 years of age, stands 5 feet 9 inches and weighs 150 pounds when in training. At the electric light meet of the Bay City Wheelmen in August, 1893, he won his novice race on the second night, and followed it up by winning the half-mile handicap the next night. On Labor day at Alameda, in the Olympic Club Wheelmen's meet, he won the half-mile open, defeating Delmas of the Garden City Cyclers' kindergarten. His best performances were at Sacramento, where Wells and himself acted as pacemakers for Ziegler for the first three-eighths of a mile, when the Little Demon negotiated the mile in 1:50 flat.

WITH THE WHEELMEN. - San Francisco Chronicle - 05 Jan 1895, Sat - Page 12

A jolly party of campers, composed of Bert Menne, Fred L. Day and Tommy Hall, all of the Bay City Wheelmen, are encamped at La Honda.

Lieutenant Irelan has a called run of the Liberty Cycling Club to Oak Grove tomorrow, taking the 9:30 a.m. boat and train to Golden Gate, Berkeley, where the wheels will be resumed. William Beatty has been elected to membership in this club.

AMONG THE WHEELMEN - San Francisco Chronicle 15 Jun 1895