The three-game series was moved to Milwaukee this morning because of snow that buried the open-air Jacobs Field in Cleveland.
Tickets went on sale at two o'clock today. Team officials say a total of nearly ten-thousand tickets were sold in the first four hours.
The games start at six P-M tomorrow and Wednesday, and noon on Thursday.
All tickets are ten dollars each. The nine-thousand field-level seats will be sold first and loge seats will be made available if necessary.
Twenty-one-year-old Chris Williams is a Cleveland native and student at Milwaukee's Marquette University. He says he feels lucky that his Indians are coming to town. He plans to attend at least one game.
So does Mike Constantine, a U-W-Madison senior. He says he's hoping there will be low attendance so he can finally catch a foul ball.
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