I kinda forgot about it because its not in my binder in the front with the other. Instead, its in the back...for a couple reasons.
Reason #1 for the card being in the back is that it is from 1941 and my cards start with 1949. I can't stand to have such a gap, so I moved it to the back.
Reason #2 is that this is not so much a scorecard as it is a scorebook. All of my other scorecards are the four page on heavy card stock cards. But this is actually a 15 page book with the scorecard stapled into the middle. It is also smaller than all my other scorecards. This comes in at 6" x 9" while the Cubs scorecards I know are 8.5" x 11".
The pages in the book are all ads for Cubs vendors or for the Cubs themselves. There's only one page of pictures of the players, otherwise its all ads.
Let's go ahead and take a look at the pages in the book:
If you look again at both the cover and back page, you may have notices some scribbling in pencil. I didn't notice it right away when I got the book, but when I did look it over...wow. More on that tomorrow.