1922 - Little Rock, AR
April 18, 1922 - The New York Times - Ball Players in Fight
March 19, 1922 - Arkansas Democrat (Little Rock, Arkansas) - Girls take a long walk
March 23, 1922 - The Republican and Times, Cedar Rapids, IA - Ruth Leads Bat Wielders In Size Of Stick - New York, March 23 - Who uses the heaviest bat in baseball? Chorus: "Babe Ruth"....The lightest bats ever used in the American league were propelled by Kid Elberfeld and Willie Keeler, both stars of the New York Americans. The kid had a club that measured only thirty inches and weighed but twenty-six ounces. It feels like a fungo stick when hefted after Stephenson's or Sewell's clubs, but was a wicked weapon in Elberfeld's hands.
June 14, 1922 - The Charleston Daily Mail (Charleston, West Virginia) -Hodge Pulls Latest Big League Bonehead
July 16, 1922 - Port Arthur Daily News (Port Arthur, Texas) - Kid Elberfield Yet Wields Wicked Pair Of Clinched Dukes
December 1, 1922 - The Bronson Pilot - Ruth Elberfeld Earns Red Cross Certificate