Clipping:A criticism of Chadwick
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|Date||Sunday, April 22, 1883|
[in response to a complaint by Chadwick about outsiders in the reporters' box at the Athletics grounds] Chadwick is mistaken, however, as every man in the gallery was a regular newspaper reporter. Chadwick makes the mistake of underestimating the enormous number of newspapers in this city. Isn't it rather cheeky, though, for this would-be base ball autocrat to come over here and dictate to the Athletic management how they should run things? Quite on a par, though, with his usual conduct.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|