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Cavalcade, 1935

Features: 10 balls for 5 cents. Has red and green playfield lights, plumb bob tilt mechanism, ball kickers, and a bell. Game advertised as measuring 41 inches by 21 inches. This italicized information was taken from an advertising flyer: Player tries to line up as many balls as possible at the Post... he then tries for Starter... upon making Starter, all the balls at the Post alternately shoot out from both sides of the Post flashing a green light on one side and a red light on the other side. If the player is lucky several of the balls may go into the Home Stretch. The first three balls that reach Home Stretch will lodge in the one, two, and three thousand pockets. The other balls that roll into Home Stretch, are automatically sent into the 5,000 pocket by a rapid fire mechanism that flashes a light and rings a bell.
Manufacturer: Stoner Manufacturing Company, of Aurora, Illinois, USA (1933-1941)
Date of Manufacture: April, 1935
Players: April, 1935 / 1
Year: 1935
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Theme: Horse Racing
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: One advertisement (not shown) indicated that this game had an adjustable payout percentage feature. However, no payout mechanism or payout drawer can be seen in any picture or flyer. The Ticket Vending version of this game is Stoner's 1935 'Tick 'a' Lite'.
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