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EVENTS & ATTRACTION NOTES: TICKETS, GET YOUR TICKETS
Published December 2, 1998
In N.Y., MSG sold 2,000 tickets for the Evander Holyfield-Lennox Lewis fight scheduled for March 13 during the first day and a half of sales. In N.Y., Michael Katz reports that with thousands of English fans "expected to buy early," sales could reach 14,000 for the 19,000-seat arena by the end of next week (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 12/2). ...Saturday's UNC-NC State game at Ericsson Stadium in Charlotte, NC drew 68,797, the largest crowd ever to see a college football game in NC (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 11/29).