1919 - Kid Elberfeld's Time Line
March 27, 1919 - Indiana Weekly Messenger (Indiana, Pennsylvania) - Kid Elberfeld, who during the off season was an athletic director at Camp Shelby, is now ready to devote his time to baseball. He will again manage the Little Rock club of the Southern League.
March 29, 1919 - Arkansas Democrat (Little Rock, Arkansas)- Traveler Boss Expected Soon
April 22, 1919 - The Republican-journal, Ogdensburg, NY - There was not mistake about Herzog's enthusiasm. While he is a stickler for a hold-out for all the money he thinks is coming to him, when he once dons a uniform he is transformed as much as was Johnny Evers or Kid Elberfeld. All three of them led an absolutely double life. One was on the ball field, where they were almost insane from a desire to win, and cast aside all, or most, of their restraint when things went badly. The other rife was off the ball field. There they were quiet, soft-spoken citizens who avoided arguments and would walk 10 blocks to avoid a fight.
May 9, 1919 Daily Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas) 09 May 1919, Fri Page 10 - Elberfeld Letter of Protest
May 9, 1919 - Daily Arkansas GazetteLittle Rock, Arkansas - Elberfeld Chased from Grandstand Seat
May 24, 1919 - Daily Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas) - Elberfeld ejected
July 12, 1919 - Daily Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas) - Elberfeld waiver trouble
July 12, 1919 - Galveston Daily News (Galveston, Texas) - Manager Elberfeld of Little Rock Will Direct from Bench - Manager Norman Elberfeld today released himself as a player in the Little Rock team in order to make room for catcher Ray Kennedy. Elberfeld will continue in charge of the club but will remian on the bench. He will then not be counted in the 14 player limit.
October 17, 1919 - The Tupper Lake herald, NY - President Allen of the Little Rock club announced Kid Elberfeld had signed to manage the team.