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Busch's ambience set it apart from others

By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / October 26, 2004

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ST. LOUIS -- Even a cookie-cutter stadium -- which is the pejorative term that came to describe the multipurpose bowls that seemed to spring up simultaneously in Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Queens, Philadelphia, and St. Louis in the late 1960s and early '70s -- can have their quirks. (Full article: 763 words)

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