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    "POOSH-M-UP JR.". Complete with the graphics of Keystone Cops, clowns and an assortment of misfits, the playing board of this primitive pinball machine is an effervescent delight.  Ten small bearings serve as balls that are singly shot with a plunger.  Gravity is provided by a steel easel affixed to the bottom.  In fact, according to the directions sheet that accompanies, four different games can be played.  Our interest, however, is baseball.  And the manufacturer, Northwestern Products, eluded liability by making no mention of Tony Lazzeri -- universally understood as "Poosh-M-Up."  The playing surface is under glass and, in turn, handsomely framed in wood.  It measures 17" x 11" x 1", and includes its original retail box.  The latter is reinforced pasteboard, and would merit EX/MT were it not for pencil inscriptions on its top surface.  Additional shipping cost may apply.

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    July, 2004
    29th Thursday
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