You can tell that the Cubs weren't too good during this era....the lady on the cover is a whole lot bigger than the ballplayers. The Cubs were selling the "Beautiful Wrigley Field" experience instead of baseball.
As you might be able to read on the cover, the card is from August 16, 1953. The Cubs were swept by the Brave in a Sunday doubleheader in front of a jam-packed Wrigley, with 39,903 in attendance. It was their biggest crowd that season.
The card is from game one, Braves 4-2. The box score is here.
The original owner kept score, and if you want you can compare the scoring with the box score. It looks like they match up fairly closely.
The card also had a little bonus, the grandstand ticket stub. The unreserved grandstand seat cost a whole $1.25.
This makes year #60 in my collection, and that will make a nice even 6 x 10 tile.
Enjoy 60 different seasons worth of scorecards!