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April 24, 1943 - Image 3

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Arizona's Cavalry Cadets
Demonstrate Horsemanship

Nowadays people are inclined to think that all cavalry units are
mechanized and that the horse is passe as an offensive weapon.
But ROTC students at the University of Arizona train for this branch
exclusively, and can prove the value of the old fashioned horse cavalry.
Pictures on this page were taken during the crtnual Gymkhana, a show
designed to stimulate interest in the military as well as all kinds of
riding and horsemanship. Collegiate Digest Photos by Batter

Big Leaguers
. . are training these
days in the fieldhouse
at Indiana University.
When baseball teams
agreed not to go South
for Spring training the
Cincinnati Reds decided
the Indiana c a m p u s
was the spot for them.
Swim Star
One of the top men on
the Rutgers University
aquatic squad is Nor-
man Seigel, member of
the relay team which
won the 300-yard relay
event at the Eastern In-
tercollegiate swimming
meet at }Harvard re-
cently.

IN THE NAVY
they say:

"BELAY"

for stop

"CIHOPC N QP""for hurry up
"STEW " for commissary officer

"CA MEL Lfor the Navy man's favorite cigarette

Musical Chair - While music plays contestants ride in circle around chairs.
There is one less chair than contestant. When music ceases each rider dis-
mounts, jumps onto a chair. Contestant not obtaining chair is eliminated. One
chair is removed and process is duplicated until a winner is determined. Game
requires quick dismounting and good horsemanship.

THE ZONE
-WHERE CIGARETTES
ARE JUDGED
The "T-ZONE"-Taste arid Throat
- is the proving ground for ciga-
rettes. Only your taste and throat
can decide which cigarette tastes
best to you.. and how it affects
your throat. For your taste and
throat are absolutely individual to
you. Based on the experience of
millions of smokers, we believe
Camels will suit your "T-ZONE"
to a "T.
sow "

FIRST IN THE SERVICE
With men in the Navy, the Army, the Marine
Corps, and the Coast Guard, the favorite ciga-
rette is Camel. (Based on actual sales records
in Canteens and Post Exchanges.)

FOR VICTORY

Pony Express Race - Each contestant rides several
horses, changing saddles frIm one horse to another at
certoin* stations. Both buckles on cinch must be fastened
and a :saddle twisting under a horse's belly disqualifies
the rider. Man completing the circuit first wins race.

FOR

VICTORY

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COSTLIER
TOBACCOS

Scramble - Cadets place all of their saddles, blankets and boots in one big
pile. At a signal the first to put on any boots, any saddle and any blanket on
any horse and finish across the line, wins. These games toughen cadets who

RUY

FOR VICTORY

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