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Collegiate News

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"National

in Picture

and Paragraph"

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Volume 11

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__________ A N ~K1~ '. M M 44JJ~ 2 Y 2J* L.R 3 . 1933

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Winning beauty contests
rarely causes any excite-
meat for Mary Katheryn
Chute, junior at Ohio
University at Athens, for
during the three years
that Mary has been on
the campus she has twice
been named Junior Prom
Queen, twice been se-
lected atrepresentative
beauty for the Ohio year-
book, and was chosen for
a leading role in a motion
picture filmed on the
campus last. year.

With the bicycling fad
sweeping the nation, cam-
pus "bicycle dates" will
be the thing to do this
fall. Shown above is the
"twin-bike" - two bicy-
cles bolted together with
a flexible frame. C a r -
riers for books have also
been made that make the
bicycle the latest and
most popular mode of
student transportation.
St. Louis Editeorial
Service Photo

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0 ABOVE-PROWLING ACROSS THE OCEAN FLOOR
in semi-darkness... beneath thousands of tons of water...
facing unknown dangers every time he descends... a deep-
sea diver finds that healthy nerves are essential. His very
life may depend upon his nerves.

" LEFT- DIVING FOR FUN calls for healthy nerves,
tool You can smoke all you want and never have jangled
nerves, if you switch to Camels. And they taste better, tool

0 ABOVE -HEALTHY NERVES are essential to a deep-sea
diver. Frank Crilley,who has been an enthusiastic Camel smoker
for many years, says,"Camels never upset my nervous system."

Steady Smokers turn to Camels

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FRANK CRILLEY says, "Deep down under 300 feet of
water, working feverishly under terrific pressure
-no place for a nervous man! That's why a diver's
nerves must always be in perfect condition. And
that's why I smoke Camels and have smoked them
for years. They are a milder cigarette and they
taste better. But more important than that to me--
they never upset my nervous system."

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IT IS MORE FUN TO KNOW
Camels are made from finer,
MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos
thananyother popularbrand.
You will find Camels rich in
flavor and delightfully mild.

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Camel's costlier tobaccos are milder, do taste bet-
ter. They never get on the nerves. Men and women
whose very lives depend on healthy nerves have
discovered this. Your nerves will confirm it. Start
smoking Camels today and learn the difference.

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