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Clocker, 1937

Features: 1 ball for 5 cents. Pushing a nickel in the coin slide lights up from one to seven horses on the backglass, each corresponding to a hole on the playfield. It averages about three selections per nickel. At the same time, the odds changer posts up new odds for Win, Place, and Show. The ball landing in a hole that is lit on the backglass will score the posted odds if the player has qualified for them. The player qualifies for the Show odds by getting seven kicks, for Place by getting 14 kicks, and for Win by getting 24 kicks. We don't know if the nine spring bumpers on the playfield actually kick or not. We don't know of the seven holes are trap holes or gobble holes. Operates on A.C. power.
Manufacturer: Mills Novelty Company, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1932-1942)
Date of Manufacture: September, 1937
Players: September, 1937 / 1
Year: 1937
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Theme: Sports - Horse Racing
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
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