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    FOUR BABE RUTH LAPEL BUTTONS. If we factor away opposing pitchers, it's a solid conjecture that Babe Ruth was the most beloved being of his era.  Witness is affirmed here in four different 7/8" celluoid pins, each proclaiming the wearer's admiration.  In no particular order, we offer 1) 1934 Quaker Oats "Baseball Club Member" (NM/MT); 2) 1928 "Babe Ruth, Babe Ruth, We Know What He Can Do" (sheet music advertiser, NM); 3) "Booster Babe Ruth League."  This piece could date to 1954 when Ruth's widow sanctioned the league. (EX); and 4) 1934 Quaker Oats "Babe Ruth Champions" (NM).   

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    July, 2004
    29th Thursday
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