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Expansion Stamps Contest Draws Record Low Crowd

February 9, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

By Clifford Griffey
Contemporary Junior Chronicler
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A contest last night between the Small Pizzas and the expansion Hoover Island Stamps drew just 2  1/2 fans, a record-low attendance for a Pondicherry Association league game.

“It’s disappointing,” noted owner and GM Aaron Tucker, whose club has been mired in last place all season.  “There was a lot going on on Hoover Island last night.  The big naked festival, an historical reenactment of an old creamery, some TV shows.  But still, we were hoping for a better turnout.”

The Stamps were initially drawing well but attendance has faded considerably in the past week.

“I was surprised,” said Hoover Island resident Dale Gumms, who was one of the fans in attendance last night.  “It was so quiet, so empty.  After the first period, all the [arena] staff just kind of left.  They even started to dim the lights.  No music was played.  It was rather eerie.”

Gumms was later found murdered.

“We’ll have to look at options,” stated Tucker, who is also monarch of the island nation.  “Perhaps issue some booklets.  Or shovels,” the executive added before wandering away.

The Stamps are currently in last place in the Pondicherry Association.

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