Clipping:UA finances; replacement clubs
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|Date||Wednesday, September 24, 1884|
[reporting on the UA special meeting of 9/20] Mr. W. W. White, secretary, presented a financial statement from which it appeared that St. Louis, Washington and Kansas City had made money and Baltimore was about even. The Wilmington and Pittsburg clubs were dropped and the Milwaukee and Omaha clubs were admitted to the association. For the balance of this season the Milwaukee Club will continue the Pittsburg’s schedule, and the Omahas will take up the dates dropped by the Keystone and Wilmington clubs.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|