Clipping:Season tickets in Cincinnati 2
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|Date||Sunday, January 29, 1888|
On the 1 st of the month a hundred season tickets will be placed on sale at Hawley’s for thirty-five dollars apiece. They will admit the holder to seventy championship games and will also be transferrable. At this rate a single ticket will cost but fifty cents and will entitle the holder to a seat in the grand stand. An extra inducement is offered those who purchase the first fifty season tickets as they will be allowed seats in the pavilion boxes which are conceded to be the best points on the grounds to witness a game. The regular price for a seat in a pavilion box is one dollar.
|Source||Cincinnati Commercial Gazette|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|