The statements made by the N. Y. Times, contained in an article on the first page. we are not preapred to vouch for. As for Mr. Tyng's rocord we know that he is not now considered a professional ball player, he having been a member of a New York Amateur club of good standing last season. Such being the case, it is impossible that he should ever have received money for services on the ball field. Therefore, in the case of Mr. Tyng we think that the N. Y. Times is seriously at fault.
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