|George J. Turner|
|"President of the Amateur Athletic Union|
|Preceded by||"Alfred John Lill Jr.|
George J. Turner (1873-January 9, 1936) was the treasurer of the South Atlantic Association when he was elected president of the "Amateur Athletic Union from 1915 to 1916. During his tenure the AAU joined with the "Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America to set the rules that defined "amateur sports.
He was a coach for the Baltimore Athletic Club rowing team and they were unbeaten in 1896. He was the treasurer of the South Atlantic Association when he was elected president of the "Amateur Athletic Union in 1915 to replace "Alfred John Lill Jr. He served as head of the AAU from 1915 to 1916.
He died January 9, 1936, and was buried in "New Cathedral Cemetery, Baltimore City, Maryland.