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October 22, 1933 - Image 9

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Copyright. 1933. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company =

METROPOLITAN FANS saw their first football game of the season when Fordham swamped
Albright, 52 to 0. Parlicovic of Fordham is shown above stopping Conway of Albright in the
east's opener. Wide World Photo

"GENTLEMEN MAY prefer blondes," cheer;
Hughes, of Los Angeles Junior College, "but bru
contracts," she added as she tucked away her lot
contract that she earned last summer.

GREATEST DEFENSIVE player on Michigan's eleven, Charles
J. Bernard is one of the best centers in the nation. He was all-
conference center last. year.
SEIZING THE SPOTLIGHT in the first major upset of the season, the University of Iowa Hawkeyes, beaten underdogs of the Big Ten conferenc
years, came to the fore in the opening game of the conference by scoring the first major upset 'of the current season, defeating a confident Northw~
a score of 7 to 0. Joe Laws, Iowa quarterback, is shown below getting under way for the lone touchdown in the last quarter.

were asked to give one simple rule for success,
I should say, 'Watch your nerves!' That's why I
smoke Camels, and have smoked them for years.
I like their taste better and they're milder. But
more than that, they never upset my nervous
system, and believe me, I smoke plenty."
There is a difference between Camel's costlier tobac-
cos and the tobaccos used in other popular cigarettes.
You'll notice the difference in taste and in mild-
ness - and Camels never jangle your nerves. You
can prove this yourself. Begin today!


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