GIVING HER THE GUN! (Nov, 1937)
Incidentally, this was the original title of Paula Broadwell’s Petraeus biography.
GIVING HER THE GUN!
IN 1929, Mulford Scull became National Amateur Champion. This year he made a clean sweep of the Class “A” Outboard events at the Miami Regatta. The trophies he’s won in his years of racing fill a room.
Jolts, vibration, nervous tension — are all part of what an outboard driver undergoes. In Mulford Scull’s own words: “The way these outboards bounce knocks the daylights out of digestion. Yet when chow comes around, I’m right there —all set with Camels. They help keep my digestion on an even keel. And they never jangle my nerves.”
LIKES a few fast rounds of squash racquets during his lunch hour. “When I’m tired I get a ‘lift’ with a Camel,” says Theodore Crockett, business man.
“A SALESGIRL can’t afford jangled nerves,” says Maxine Hollen. “I’ve chosen Camels — once and for all. Camels don’t upset my nerves or irritate my throat.”
Costlier Tobaccos are Naturally Mild!
Camels are made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS…Turkish and Domestic… than any other popular brand.
JACK OAKIE IS BACK ON THE AIR!
Tune in on the fun-making President of Oakie College and his college variety show, including Benny Goodman’s Suing Ban J, this Tuesday night at 9:30 pm E.S.T., 8:30 pm C.S.T., 7:30 pm M.S.T.,6:30pm P.S.T.-WABC-CBS.
FOR DIGESTION’S SAKE — SMOKE CAMELS!