Col. Vernon G. Gol-
smith shows students at
College how to read
war maps after making
an inspection of the
cadet corps. Acme
The men of Colby Col-
lege selected Kathleen
A. Monagen-to reign
over the school's winter
carnival. Queen Kath-
leen surrounded here
by her ladies-in-waiting
was crowned at the
Snow Ball. Photo by smith
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The smoke of slower-burning Camels
than the average of the 4 other
largest-selling cigarettes tested-less than
any of them-according to independent
scientific tests of the smoke itself!
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem. N. C.
-at 5 every date ) chault
prbl'~ i a cdc bathroom a twr
toa a s acrow ed rot
merninSaouse. have to be at
~havn a Risaprem .The young m
morning at Resti gue
by 8 0clock.
Informal gatherings in front of the fireplace are regular occurences. Fellows
usually "date" girls from nearby women's colleges - Skidmore, Russel Sage
and New York State College for Teachers.
t a" w MA
-.ethe cigarette of
1 ypical bull session, with members of Restinghouse reading hometown newspapers and discussing
the day's work. Fellow with phone is trying to arrange a date.
A basement game room provides plenty of entertainment. Ping pong, is
the most popular pastime. On week nights most members attend G. E.