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April 05, 1939 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-04-05

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She Eats Her Cake - and Is a Beauty Queen, Too!
Molly Mercer, University of Alabama leader in the campus beauty parade, who doesn't
think much of all this reducing business, goes right on eating sweets to her stomach's delight,
pooh-poohing the idea that extra pounds will be the result. And she proved it for our
cameraman, too. Collegiate Digest Photo by Faber
Ferdinand Ruled the Milk Bar
when Lafayette College's Brainerd Society served all varieties:of milk and ice cream
drinks to the tudent dancers at the Brainerd Stomp. Note to entertainment committees:
Chairman L. D. Rapp reported the dance both a social and financial success.

READY? A television broadcast.is about
to begin. Everyone feels excitement in
the air. Philco engineer Richard E.'
Waggener knows exactly what to do. He
passes Camels, takes one himself... a
mild, good-tasting Camel!-"It's grand for
one's poise to let up-light up a Camel."

PHOTO OF Waggener directing
Katharine Aldridge and Shane Kelly.
Dick is one of many experts in tele-
vision who find Camel's mildness
just right for steady smoking. Let
up-light up a Camel, the cigarette
of costlier tobaccos.

RECEIVING the show with a home set:
Mrs. Dorothy Temple, who runs a home,
has a job too. She is enjoying a cigarette-a
Camel-for, like so many women, she finds
a delicate fragrance in Camels that is very
appealing. "Camels taste so good," she
says.' They do have a wonderful mildness."

he says,
I smoke
never jar

COLUMBIA STUDENT, John C. Wright, Jr., class of
'39, speaks for many a college man when he says: "Camels
are what I call a real cheerful smoke. They have a rich,
ripe taste that I like, and Camels certainly are mild! Yes,
Camels sure set me right I don't wonder that people say:
'I'd walk a mile for a Camel!' I would-any time."


High Pressure Researchers atfWork
There's no fooling around when the University of Dayton chapter of the
American Society of Civil Engineers conduct hydraulic pressure tests in the
material testing laboratory. It's been judged one of the 12 best student chap-
ters of the organization.

I opyrie 1939, R. J. It-en

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