Clipping:Ladies admitted free in Louisville
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|Date||Friday, April 19, 1889|
President Davidson has decided that ladies shall witness the games free of charge this season. This was settled yesterday, and, beginning with this afternoon, each lady accompanied by a gentleman was admitted to the grounds without price. Mr. Davidson recognizes that the presence of the ladies is very essential, and there are many fair enthusiasts in the city who take a deep interest in the national game. The management will not admit ladies who come unattended.
|Source||New York Sun|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|