Clipping:Cleveland and the fifty cent admission

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Date Thursday, November 29, 1888
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Cleveland people...are willing to support good high priced talent. During the past seaon Cleveland was a member of the American association. At the outset league prices prevailed, and the club books showed the speculation to be profitable. When, about the middle of the season, it was discovered that only one of the two organization which comprised the association were making money it was deemed advisable to establish a reduction of the tariff. Cleveland, naturally indignant, raised a tremendous cry against it, but it was of no avail and the price was reduced one half., quoting Tim Murnane in the Boston Globe

Source Cleveland Plain Dealer
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings

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