1936 - Fultonville Eagles
March 4, 1936 - Reno Evening Gazette (Reno, Nevada) - Kid Elberfeld, who started all this baseball school business has opened another one -- in Atlanta.
April 25, 1936 - The Milwaukee Journal - Kid Elberfeld to Run Gadsden Club in South - Kid Elberfeld, whose peppery temper enlivened his activities as an infielder with the New York Yankees for many years and as a player and manager in various minor leagues, will pilot the Gadsden club in the Alabama-Mississippi league this season. NOTE: Athe depths of the Depression in 1936, the Alabama-Mississippi League placed teams in Annniston, Decatur, Gadsden, Huntsville, and Sheffield, Alabama, and Corinth Mississippi. It was unable to survive its inaugural season. (The Minors - Neil J. Sullivan)
June 8, 1936 - The Milwaukee Journal - Kid Elberfeld Pleads for Young Players - Chattanooga, Tenn. - (AP) - Norman (Kid) Elberfeld, veteran of the diamond, says baseball has its forgotten youngsters - those "farmed out" by the big leagues. "The farm system," the Kid says, "is robbing youngsters of a chance to make good in the national pastime. Why, a kid hasn't go a chance these days. If he isn't quite good enough to break in the majors, he is kept in the minors."
*September 12, 1936 - Kid Elberfeld pinch-hits at age 61 for his Fulton (Kitty League) team and grounds out to 3B.
March 25, 1936 - St. Petersburg, FL Evening Independent - Kid Elberfeld, once the stormy petrel of the southern association, has caught on a manager of Gadsden in the Alabama-Mississippi loop.
August 5, 1936 - The Gettysburg Times (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) - Kid Elberfeld, the Tabasco Kid, is managing the Fulton, Kentucky club in the Kitty League. Elberfeld is in his 60's.