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Spring Has Sprung
Frank Deford
April 10, 1978
It's Opening Day, so buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, remember to hold the label up and tell me Who's on First?
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April 10, 1978

Spring Has Sprung

It's Opening Day, so buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, remember to hold the label up and tell me Who's on First?

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c David Eisenhower and a returned Vietnam POW.

d Duke Zeibert, the restaurateur, and Sammy Baugh.

6) Every prize at Cracker Jack must pass:

a An esthetic test administered by the National Candy Coupon Council.

b A screening by the baseball commissioner's office.

c A simulated esophagus test conducted by Cracker Jack's "prize lady."

d Samplings personally undertaken by the chairman of the board and his grandchildren.

7) The Old Gladiator was:

a Wilson R. Keeney, a fabled blind woodturner who made 162,000 Louisville Sluggers.

b Bud Hillerich, former president of Hillerich & Bradsby Co., who is said to have made the first Slugger.

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