Clipped From Lincoln Journal Star

bmorrison Member Photo

Clipped by bmorrison

 - the the Indianapolis Resta, and of in a and out...
the the Indianapolis Resta, and of in a and out THE RECORD OE- PAUL COBB Reader Suva Some Slip* Were tn DI*ca**lns; It. Several flaws in a story regarding the career of Paul Cobb are found a News reader who comes to the defense of the slender this way: "Dear Sir: In yours of May 5 caption of "The Case of Paul Cobb/' you seem to be laboring under kinds of delusions. You say he began at the top gradually descended th.e ladder round by round. "Paul Cobb never had a try out Detroit nor Buffalo, nor Salt Lake, did he come here from Buffalo. He play ball either at Joplin or City in the Western association was drafted by St. Louis, turned loose without a trial, at eighteen years of went back to the minors and was brought to Lincoln from a defunct outlaw league on the Pacific coast,,played ball in Lincoln 1919-11-12 and part 13. was released in middle of of 1913. Finished season in Ogden. Utah, played with Ogden until association disbanded In 1914. Did descend to Terre Haute but to bis Florida fruit farm. Did not play in 1915. If you care to investigate Paul Cobb's record you -wiU find that outside of 191G he played good ball wherever he piayed. He played centerfield

Clipped from
  1. Lincoln Journal Star,
  2. 06 May 1916, Sat,
  3. Page 7

bmorrison Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in