Clipping:The financial returns of the 1873 season
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|Date||Sunday, November 16, 1873|
The result of the past season’s play has been profitable to the Boston, Athletic, and Philadelphia Clubs, all having a surplus in their treasuries after paying all expenses, the Athletics showing nearly $2,000 profit, the Bostons over $3,000, and the Philadelphia Club over $5,000. The Baltimores did not come out of the campaign so successfully, while the profits of the Mutuals were monopolized by the betting interest, and the cooperative Atlantics just paid expenses, as did the Washingtons, the Resolutes not being so successful.
|Source||New York Sunday Mercury|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|