Sparks Ticket Reduction 5-7-1923

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Sparks Ticket Reduction
5-7-1923 - fit l anc.n.s:er. Trrnten nt \Vilininr:t.'ii....
fit l anc.n.s:er. Trrnten nt \Vilininr:t.'ii. Allclillcton-n at RrsthlKhera. STAN7»rifQ OP THE CTiTTBS. \Vllmlnslnn A I it n: r.\vn Mvlillotow n Trent.m . . I ,n M.-JI.SI or . I'uitsviUo . AV. Pot. 1 onn 7. : .0 167 CITY LEAGUE STAHDIUQ. rinh llehrnn Y\A>st Lebanon H. 1 J lilies V. M. c. A r.. Prf. n ] n<io 1 .r.nn 0 .OCU played. Kl)fht. Tonlpfht. West Ijfihtiiion vs. ,Tarnej«. At PTilladplphla — .1'pnn I, Yale 3 (11 Innings). At New York — Fotvlluim ??,\ Rensselaer 1. At Princeton, N T J. — Princeton 4; Amherst 3. At Newton. Mass. — Boston College l.V Se-ioii Hall 1 At Anilif>rs.t. Ma.<vi. — Williams 11- Main. Apples :>. At Mwlford, M.TKS. — Tufts 3; Vermont At Annapolis, Mil — West Virginia 3; Navv 1. At Cambridge, \ftiss. — Harvard 12; rornell L'. At West Point X T.— Army 5; New York n. At New York — ("VilumLla 7; RtitBers 2 At WorcRRter. M'is*. — Iio 3 ui.i Lu.»i;r- slt>' S- Worcester Toc'i j. At Providence. R i. — MidUlcburc <• Providence 2. At Hamilton, N. T.— Colgate 7; Lafayette ;;. At Providence R. I. — Brown i; ; Wcs- leyan «. Ai Worcester, Mass.— Holy Cross 15; cent price which has profiled in lalo years. Mr. Sparks writes: "Owing to our tremendous operating expenses, dii'i to tho high cost, of practiciiMy evfr\- thlnp used by our circus at present, it is utterly imponsibln to rod'fe tin price of adults' tickets, for wlii'-h w,- charge tho standard rate of ?:, rent:-. . HealuinB that the circus is primarily a children's piHertainment and tin 1 circus day is one of the most imprr- tant events in a child's life we Rave the littlo onos first ronsid--rat i in when businws condiliou;-, warrnnt.^.f I n. price reduction. 1 have always foit that the price of 50 cents charged for i children's tickets hy all .thn 'important circuses during the past fe<v years has boon a hardship to many a poor kiddie. Whilo we are noi' philanthropists wo do not expect to increase our revenue by the chatipo. Rut wo do anticipate greater numbers of children, and crowds of children to my mind nre as important to the permanent success of. a circus ai the performance Itpelf." Greatly enlarged and even more j lavishly equipped j n former years !h • Sparks Circus is preceded " here bv most complimentary newspaper rr- 1 views from cities in which n '| la <, , r . eontly exhlbitpd. Ktvjts can no s"- curnd circus day at Snavely nr'u" storo same price as at the show {^rounds. i . A i cjiester. Pa.— Dickinson College 12; At s.Minsi;rov«, Pu. — Susriueihanna 6; Haverdivl S. At Lsneastpr, Pa. — R and M., 3; Ot- typhure 0. At llr.rtford, Conn. — Union 9; Trinity At Hanover, N. H.— Dartmouth 13; Ni-r s\ lr n u. At TiriinTn-Ink, Me. — Bowdoln, a Maine 0. At State Collcse. Pa.— Penn State 6; Syracuse •.'. SPARKS CIRCUS REDUCES PRICES FOR CHILDREN chaefferstown High Downed By Cornwall Tolnl.. ! When the Sparks Circus exhibits in Lebanon, Saturday, May ]2th a feature that should especially appeal to youngsters from far and near will lie found in operation. Manajjer Charles Sparks announces a most wel-i Pohart-irrstown come reduction in the price of children's tickets, and at both performances here all youngsters under 12 will bo admitted for "0 cents, including war tax, instead of the 60 CORNWALL HIGH RCHOOU '"• Hro^-ko, fa "",' »' « Patton. c. ; V ; Brenner. ;h. ' '.'.'. ['.'.','. \\ ] j J Mell.' ih.' '.'.','.'.'.'. M. ITresko, p. j' llalileman. If. Ifivner. rf. ..!,'. Totals Pis-«inper, ;ii. ''. Xe-tter, ss. r-. Fetter Sh Rliine, c I Uhlne, n I Hot>n. Hi. !.'.' ' Mann. cf. , Stohler. If. ' . ! I. I'Vi ter. rf. ' Ubonds, n. . i » . -., J , s -• •> , '! 0 0 • ft" -

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 07 May 1923, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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