WSNS Channel 44 - Illinois State Lottery - Super Shot (Part 2, 1976)

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This clip made possible by the donations from our generous group of "Fuzzketeers" during the Spring 2012 Tape Transfer Fundraiser.

Here's Part 2 of the Illinois State Lottery's Super Shot program on WSNS Channel 44. This was the Lottery's basketball-related game (the "Super Shot" signified hitting a basket). The hosts were Bob Hale and Sandie Wolsfeld. Includes:

Illinois State Lottery Super Shot bumper

Bob introducing the Super Shot games for "2 20 76," in order: matching of five 4-digit numbers for $100 and five 5-digit numbers for $500; matching of any 10 positions for a chance for next week's Playoff Game, with a 3-digit number worth $20; and 2-digit numbers worth $5 in each position, for a chance to win the TV Classic Number game. Sandie then mentions the procedure for how the numbers are drawn, all tied in to a recent horse race.

The first game played is a 4-digit number worth $100; Bob announces it as from the third race at Hazel Park on October 28th 1975, and the post positions as 4, 8, 3 and 9. Wheel #4 stops at number 7, wheel #8 at 2, wheel #3 at 9, and wheel #9 at 4 - 7294. Anybody who got those numbers in any of the five positions would win $100 and take their ticket in to an Illinois Lottery claims center office.

The second game played is a 5-digit number worth $500; Bob announces it as the seventh race at Hawthorne Race Course on October 27th 1975, and the post positions as 8, 3, 6, 7 and 10. Wheel #8 stops at number 1, wheel #3 at 8, wheel #6 at 3, wheel #7 at 0, and wheel #10 at 2 - 18302. Anybody who got those numbers in any of the five positions would win $500.

Next is the basketball 3-digit number worth $20, plus a color would be worth $40. Bob reads the eighth race at Illinois State Fairgrounds on January 19th 1976, post positions 6, 5 and 9. Wheel #6 stops at number 1, wheel #5 at 4 and wheel #9 at 9 - 149. Winners would take their ticket to an Illinois State Lottery agent.

Following this is the 2-digit number for $5 and qualifying in the upcoming TV Classic Number game. Bob reads the eighth race at Aqueduct Race Track on January 19th 1976, post positions 1 and 6. Wheel #1 stops at number 7, and wheel #6 at 0 - 70. Winners who got those numbers in any of the two positions would take their ticket to an Illinois State Lottery agent.

The music cue is about to start for another commercial break when Bob stops it to read another horse race for a qualifying 6-digit number - the eighth race at Fairgrounds on January 19th 1976 (again?!), to be played after these messages ;-) .

Shot of the 4-digit and 5-digit numbers just drawn, zooming out to the other games whose numbers were likewise called

Illinois State Lottery Super Shot bumper

Commercial: Hydro-Therapy - for arthritis, bursitis and backaches, muscle soreness and tension - providing a massage for aching joints in the bath - followed by info on where to call for the Hydro-Jet ("The Gift of Health") (ending voiceover by Don Ferris)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, February 20th 1976 during the 7:30pm to 8pm timeframe.


Date Uploaded: 06/18/2012

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Spring 2012 Tape Transfer Fundraiser.

Here's Part 2 of the Illinois State Lottery's Super Shot program on WSNS Channel 44. This was the Lottery's basketball-related game (the "Super Shot" signified hitting a basket). The hosts were Bob Hale and Sandie Wolsfeld. Includes:

Illinois State Lottery Super Shot bumper

Bob introducing the Super Shot games for "2 20 76," in order: matching of five 4-digit numbers for $100 and five 5-digit numbers for $500; matching of any 10 positions for a chance for next week's Playoff Game, with a 3-digit number worth $20; and 2-digit numbers worth $5 in each position, for a chance to win the TV Classic Number game. Sandie then mentions the procedure for how the numbers are drawn, all tied in to a recent horse race.

The first game played is a 4-digit number worth $100; Bob announces it as from the third race at Hazel Park on October 28th 1975, and the post positions as 4, 8, 3 and 9. Wheel #4 stops at number 7, wheel #8 at 2, wheel #3 at 9, and wheel #9 at 4 - 7294. Anybody who got those numbers in any of the five positions would win $100 and take their ticket in to an Illinois Lottery claims center office.

The second game played is a 5-digit number worth $500; Bob announces it as the seventh race at Hawthorne Race Course on October 27th 1975, and the post positions as 8, 3, 6, 7 and 10. Wheel #8 stops at number 1, wheel #3 at 8, wheel #6 at 3, wheel #7 at 0, and wheel #10 at 2 - 18302. Anybody who got those numbers in any of the five positions would win $500.

Next is the basketball 3-digit number worth $20, plus a color would be worth $40. Bob reads the eighth race at Illinois State Fairgrounds on January 19th 1976, post positions 6, 5 and 9. Wheel #6 stops at number 1, wheel #5 at 4 and wheel #9 at 9 - 149. Winners would take their ticket to an Illinois State Lottery agent.

Following this is the 2-digit number for $5 and qualifying in the upcoming TV Classic Number game. Bob reads the eighth race at Aqueduct Race Track on January 19th 1976, post positions 1 and 6. Wheel #1 stops at number 7, and wheel #6 at 0 - 70. Winners who got those numbers in any of the two positions would take their ticket to an Illinois State Lottery agent.

The music cue is about to start for another commercial break when Bob stops it to read another horse race for a qualifying 6-digit number - the eighth race at Fairgrounds on January 19th 1976 (again?!), to be played after these messages ;-) .

Shot of the 4-digit and 5-digit numbers just drawn, zooming out to the other games whose numbers were likewise called

Illinois State Lottery Super Shot bumper

Commercial: Hydro-Therapy - for arthritis, bursitis and backaches, muscle soreness and tension - providing a massage for aching joints in the bath - followed by info on where to call for the Hydro-Jet ("The Gift of Health") (ending voiceover by Don Ferris)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Friday, February 20th 1976 during the 7:30pm to 8pm timeframe." /> Share

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