Clipping:Morning versus afternoon newspapers
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|Date||Wednesday, June 19, 1889|
In the new Brooklyn grand stand the morning newspaper men are separated from the reporters of the afternoon papers. This is a happy thought and merits the attention of all clubs in cities where large numbers of the journalistic fraternity turn out to witness the games, because the average newspaper pen is anything but a comfortable place to work in; not because of lack of room, but because, as a rule, the morning paper contingent are present to work while the rest of the newspaper men gather simply to have a good view of the game, talk shop and exchange views with more or less emphasis.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|