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    1919 LUNCHEON MENU. We have to assume that "The 360 Business Men’s Club" was a pretty exclusive joint in Cincinnati. With its extensive menu featuring such highlights as Westmorland Steak for $.75 and Newburg Lobster for $1.25, this was clearly the place to be seen. It so happens that the local nine had just won the pennant and, on this menu’s date ("Oct. 2, 1919") those Cincinnati Reds had just won the first game of that fateful World Series. Captioned on the cover’s team photo display is "The Boys Who Did It," and then neatly penciled above, a patronizing fan scribed "Hope they repeat next year." The medium, about 9 x 12" is in sub-standard condition. It appears to have been folded in sixths, and in turn, became brittle. An amateur’s attempt to restore the relic has left it with yellowed tape or stains. Nonetheless, this is a wonderful vestige from the series that rocked the institution. The images, as well as the realistic simulated signatures, of those Cincinnati Reds remain perfectly lucid.

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    December, 2003
    9th Tuesday
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