Clipping:A proposed baseball and cricket grounds on the Paterson Race Course
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|Date||Saturday, May 2, 1868|
[Discussing the new management of the Paterson Race Course] Another feature of sport will also be offered by the new management. It is contemplated to lay out in the centre of the enclosure base ball and cricket grounds that can be used by the various clubs of the country both for matches and for practice. Dr. Underwood, the well known pool seller, will be the business manager of the concern.
|Source||New York Herald|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|