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Date Posted: 02/ 5/03 3:13pm
Author: CPColin
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Subject: Re: Clarification
In reply to: Tenay 's message, "Re: Why I don't attend [Volume 1.i]" on 02/ 5/03 1:37pm

>Just a note...Cameron Indoor Arena at Duke seats about
>5,900. This is really not a whole lot more than
>Mott's 3,300. All Poly has to do it put a decent team
>on the floor and the place will rock. It has in the
>past and will again.
>The size of the gym has nothing to do with amosphere.
>Look at UCSB's Thunderdome, it seats 7,000+ and their
>average attendance is 500/game less than Poly. I'll
>take a small gym that's fairly full over a larger
>venue that's 33% of capacity any day.

Just to clarify, Mott seats 3,032 and the 'Dome seats 6,000. Its attendance record is higher, but the Fire Marshall stepped in and limited the madness to 6,000. I think UCSB's averaging like 1,500 per game for the men. zzzza, can you give an accurate count?

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