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CARDINALS DETAIL NO SMOKING POLICY FOR '95 SEASON
Published November 28, 1994
The MLB Cardinals, "one of only a few professional sports franchise" that did not have a no-smoking policy last season, announced that smoking will no longer be allowed in Busch Stadium. Fans will no longer be allowed to smoke in the seating sections, but will have 27 designated areas in the upper concourse level equipped with video monitors, play-by-play audio, counter tops and ashtrays, where they can smoke (Dan O'Neill, ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 11/26).