Shlensky v. Wrigley

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Mr. Wrigley, the principal owner of the team, refused to add lights onto the stadium because he felt that, "baseball is a daytime sport and it would greatly deteriorate the surrounding neighborhood if lights were installed." The plaintiff (Shlensky) was upset that the organization waslosing money. Shlensky argued that the loss amounted to poor attendance and no night games...
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Shlensky argued that the loss amounted to poor attendance and no night games. He further said that this negative effect would continue if the board of directors chose not to add the lights. Also, He noted that the south side rivals, Chicago White Sox, were doing far better than the Cubs in both attendance and revenue, as they have night games...
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