1929 - Chattanooga, TN
February 11, 1929 - The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa) - Elberfeld Sisters Ruled Ineligible
March 30. 1929 Chattanooga Daily Times (Chattanooga, Tennessee) - Nan Elberfeld Track Coach at Lookout Junior High
May 11, 1929 - Sheboygan Press (Sheboygan, Wisconsin) - It's a Young Group - Kid Elberfeld, who coaches the Little Rock (Ark.) team now, is older than any two infielders on the club. The youngest is 18 and the oldest is 23.
May 13, 1929 - Lima News (Lima, Ohio) -Stallings, Miracle Man Of Baseball, Dies Monday At His Farm Home In Georgia - HADDOCK, Ga., May 13 - (AP) George T. Stallings, who won fame in 1911 by capturing the world's baseball championship for the Boston Braves, died early today at his home near here. In 1909 Stallings became manager of the New York Yankees after a season in which the club, under Clark Griffith and Norman (Kid} Elberfeld, finished last. That year the Yankess finished at the head of the second division. By 1910 he had so rehabilitated the former broken down baseball machine that the Yankees were on the heels of Connie Mack's great Athletics and ended the season as a runner-up to the Mackmen.
May 28 , 1929 - Pottsville Republican Pottsville, Pennsylvania - Elberfeld Out by Umpire Edict
Jun 21, 1929 Chattanooga Daily Times (Chattanooga, Tennessee) - Nan Elberfeld in in Auto Crash
July 15, 1929 - The Lima News, OH - Fights and Baseball - Rowdyism on any athletic field is, of course, a thing to deplore... In the days when Ty Cobb, Kid Elberfeld. Frank Chance and Bill Carrigan were in their prime big league baseball was forever skirting the edges of fisticuff.
July 22, 1929 The Frederick Post (Frederick, Maryland) - Merriwell's Courage in Crisis Is Sport's Big Thrill