McKittrick Jones played singles and doubles at the 1904 Olympic Games, which were held in his hometown of St. Louis. Jones also entered all of the demonstration tennis events for which he was eligible, the Worldâs Fair singles and doubles (although he withdrew from round one), and the Louisiana Purchase Open singles. Jones entered the 1897 US Championships, but withdrew, losing in round one by a walkover. He was also considered a fairly good golfer in St. Louis.
|1904 Summer||23||St. Louis||Tennis||Men's Singles||United States||USA||9T|
|1904 Summer||23||St. Louis||Tennis||Men's Doubles||United States-8||USA||5T|
|1904 Summer||23||St. Louis||Tennis||United States||USA||Round Three||Match #8||2||Russ (USA) 2, Jones (USA) 0||0|
|1904 Summer||23||St. Louis||Tennis||United States||USA||Round Two||Match #15||1||Jones (USA) 2, Drew (USA) 0||2|
|1904 Summer||23||St. Louis||Tennis||United States-8||USA||Harold Kauffman||Quarter-Finals||Match #4||2||USA-3 2, USA-8 1||1|
|1904 Summer||23||St. Louis||Tennis||United States-8||USA||Harold Kauffman||Round One||Match #7||1||USA-8 2, USA-13 0||2|