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November 04, 1928 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-04

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Dons Mantle of Tad
Jones. M. A. (Mal) Stevens is
functioning as head coach of
the Yale football squad. This is
his first year as head coach. He has
played and coached under Jones.
Stevens was a star halfback on the
Yale "Wonder Team" of 1923.
He was graduated with the
Class of 1925, and he is now
studying law.
(Yale News Pictorial)


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(Above) ALTHEA BAINBRIDGE enjoys the thrills of her first air trip as furnished by
Pilot R. S. Fogg. Her charming smile is unmarred by cloudy teeth-thanks to Pepsodent.
B lam e Film CLAY, famous illustrator, and his
model, Miss Helen Goebels, pause
for a moment to show the part Pep-
sodent plays in making smiles so
-for serious tooth and gum disorders. Remove it twice each
i d t We could make Pepsodent
day with the special fim-removing dentifrice dentists urge. to sell at a lowe rice.

secret of gleaming teeth. "Keep dull
film off your teeth," he will say. That's
why the use of Pepsodent, the special
film-removing dentifrice, is so wide-
spread today.




IN ten cases of dull, discolored teeth, nine may
be traced to a dingy film that ordinary brush-
ing fails to remove successfully. That is the
opinion of modern dental specialists. Serious
tooth and gum disorders, including pyorrhea, are
also traced to film as their chief cause.
Film must be removed twice daily. To do this,
dentists urge the special,. film-removing denti-
frice -Pepsodent -different in formula and in
action from all others. One whose main purpose

Film, too, is the basis of tartar. And germs,
with tartar, are the cause of pyorrhea. It absorbs
discolorations from food and smoking. And
makes pretty teeth look "off color."
Pepsodent first curdles that film. Then removes
it in gentle safety to enamel. It acts to firm the
gums and give them healthy, coral color. It mul-
tiplies the alkalinity of the saliva and keeps the
mouth clean. Largely on dental advice, thousands

But it would not contain the
properties millions know
will whiten teeth as no other
safe method does. Nor
wc uld it embody the costly
agents science recommends
to combat serious tooth End
gum disorders. Beware
when lovely teeth are placed
at stake.

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