Clipping:Plans to limit the crowd in the upcoming game; the ladies have to pay
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|Date||Sunday, August 25, 1867|
The excitement consequent upon the return match between the Mutual, of New York, and the Athletic Club, on Wednesday next, has induced the Committee to limit the number of tickets, instead of increasing the price of admission, which will be twenty-five cents for men, women and children. The seats in the pavilion to the left will, as usual, be reserved for the ladies.
All persons holding a season ticket will be compelled, however well they are known, to show their tickets. Tickets can be procured at Reach’s 401½ Chestnut street, until Wednesday at 10 A.M. After that hour at the office at the ball ground.
|Source||Philadelphia Sunday Mercury|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|