Clipping:Reporter for the Philadelphia Press

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Date Saturday, November 29, 1890

The Press base ball department is at last in competent hands, Frank Hough having resigned from the North American to accept the base ball editorship of the Press. The North American's loss is the Press' decided gain, as a first-class paper will at last have a first-class man in one of the most important special departments. The Sporting Life November 29, 1890

When The Sporting Life congratulated the Press upon having at last secured a thoroughly competent base ball editor, in the person of Frank Hough, no reflection upon his predecessors, Messrs. Fogel and Voltz, was intended, quite an interim elapsed between Mr. Voltz's retirement and Mr. Hough's appointment, and in that interim the base ball department of the Press went to the dogs. For that reason, more than any other, The Sporting Life congratulated the Press upon securing a man capable of putting the department back to the high place it occupied under the guidance of those capable base ball men, Fogel and Voltz. The Sporting Life December 6, 1890

Source Sporting Life
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings


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