Rich, back then every bar had a couple of cash pinballs-there were 25 numbered holes and you
Had to line up balls according to a screen on the backboard which you could move around. You
Got paid according to the posted odds that increased by inserting more money. There was a tray
at the bottom where the coins came out. Lots of fun but you could loose a lot of money.
The Oxford was a real crummy joint. I don't remember any food. Strictly a workingman's bar.
Back then the Jerrys Nugget tower read BIG across the top and BONANZA down the middle.
I guess once you found it they figured you could find the Oxford next door. See you tonite.