Clipping:The percentage of grandstand admissions

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Date Wednesday, December 21, 1887
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[from the Louisville correspondent][from an interview of Phelps] Last season more than three-fourths of our patrons paid 25 and 50 cents to see the games. Over half of the three-fourths paid 50 cents and sat in the grand stand. Upon one occasion we had 10,000 people present and we sold only 1,900 25-cent tickets. The Sporting Life December 21, 1887 [N.B. This calculates to approximately 38 cents per person.]

Source Sporting Life
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings

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