This card, dated from Monday, April 27, 1942, is different than the others we've seen; labeled "SPORTS FLASH", it was published by Al Cissa.
hosted a banquet at the Elks Club.
This card indicates that on that that Monday, the Brewers were en route from a road trip to Minneapolis, where they had beaten the host Millers in both ends of a double-header, 8-3 and then 10-3. The Brews were returning to Milwaukee where they would host the Toledo Mud Hens starting on Wednesday, April 29th.
The standings also tell us a story; in these early weeks of 1942 the Brewers were tied with the Kansas City Blues for first place in the American Association with a record of 8-3. Even better, the Brews had scored 20 runs in their last week, tops in the league. They would finish the year in second place, having laid the foundation for three consecutive pennants in 1943-45.