Clipping:Young's conflict of interest as League President and Arbitration Committee chairman
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|Date||Wednesday, September 14, 1887|
[reporting the Arbitration Committee meeting of 9/6/1887] [regarding the Beatin case] The case could easily have been settled by the two presidents, Messrs. Young and Wik0off, or by a mail vote without the trouble and expense of a formal meeting of the Arbitration Committee had there been mutual explanations and had not Mr. Young been handicapped by his dual offices of president of the League and chairman of the Arbitration Committee. The two positions conflict and it is quite likely that at the regular meeting of the Committee Mr. Young will resign the chairmanship, leaving him free to act as president of the National League unhampered.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|