Clipping:No rain checks
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|Date||Sunday, May 16, 1869|
[Mutual vs. Princeton 5/15/1869] [game called due to rain in the second inning] At the gate passing out many thought that Mr. Cammeyer should either return their money or give them tickets for the next game, and as a consequence, on the refusal of the proprietor to do either, there were some hard words and hard knocks also; the services of the police finally being invoked to quell the disturbance. Mr. Cammeyer stated that it was the rule of the grounds that after a game had begun, no money would be returned or tickets given back. Mr. Cammeyer should have this notice printed, then post it about his grounds, to avoid trouble in future as well as save money, as many left yesterday in anger, owning that they would never visit the place again.
|Source||New York Dispatch|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|