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January 17, 1988

The Arizona Board of Regents unanimously approved a 10-year lease that would permit the St. Louis Cardinals to play their National Football League games next season in 70,491-seat Sun Devil Stadium.

The package includes a guarantee that $6.4 million would be spent to build 60 glass-enclosed sky boxes atop the stadium, and that the boxes would be sold out, giving Cardinal owner William Bidwill $2.4 million annually.

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