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It Takes Healthy Nerves To Win The World Series

Date: 1933
Length: 1 page

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B+W team photo with enlarged baseball; small close-up photos of White baseball players with testimonials.

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Cigarette
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RJ Reynolds Tobacco Co.
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Advertisement
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Camel

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It Takes Healthy Nerves To Win The World Series 21 out of 23 Giants World Champions Smoke Camels (Right) "Great Team Work and healthy nerves carried us to the top," says Bill Terry, brilliant Giants' manager. "A check-up of the team shows that 21 out of 23 of the World Champion Giants smoke Camels." (Left) "I long ago learned that Camels are the cigarette for me," says "Blondy" Ryan. "I like Camels better, and they don't get on my nerves." (Left) Harold Schumacher says: "I prefer Camels. I am a steady smoker of Camels and they never give me jumpy nerves or a 'cigarettey' aftertaste." (Above) "I can't risk getting ruffled nerves so I smoke Camels," says Carl Hubbell. "I like their mildness and I know they won't interfere with healthy nerves." (Above) "Jumpy nerves and home runs don't go together," according to Mel Ott. "So I stick to my Camels when I get a minute to enjoy a smoke." Well, the returns are in. Congratulations to the new World Champions---the Giants! Rated by the experts as a hopeless contender this amazing team, playing under inspired leadership, fought successfully through one of the hardest National League races in years. . .and again the under dog, went on to win the World Series. It takes healthy nerves to play "better baseball than you know how." It takes healthy nerves to go on winning day after day through crucial series after series. . .delivering time after time in the pinches. It means something when you discover that 21 out of 23 Giants smoke Camel cigarettes. These men, to whom healthy nerves are all-important have found that Camel's costlier tobaccos not only taste better, but also they never interfere with training. . .never jangle the nerves. A matchless blend Its more fun to know Camels are made from finer, More Expensive tobaccos than any other popular brand. Camel --they never get on your nerves

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