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The Lost Lollipop
"Nothin' doin', Freckles . . " "Nope, not a lick . . "Well, then—just one . . "You mean old pig .. "Gimme bock my lollipop . . Bounding Over the Alps pLYING skis and whirling snow are caught by the impressionistic comera magic of Dr. Paul Wolff, noted European photographer, on a visit to the famous skiing slopes of the Italian Alps. £ A. P. Photos Banking! Col liding with a snow bank on a sharp turn, the front skier throws up a fan 1 of flying snow— I a dazzling re- I flee tor for the I sun. I ...Lier flies—ond snowflakes Through the storm th's T®, by. streak the camera lens as he wh.rls oy. —Ju_^_ He had a great fall. Even the best of them have to take it once in a while—and this chap grins through his snow mask. Just a tyro! Billy Copely, 16-year-old Canadian of Banff, Alberta, was too voung to enter the Canadian ski-jumping championships there. But here s Billy's jump of 209 feet—a foot better than the winning jump by Alf Engen of Salt Lake City. Tough for jumpers when Billy grows up! (£> Wide World And another ski storm. The play of light through the snow clouds is perhaps the most distinctive thing in these action shots by Dr. Wolff. 'There, smorty. Not another taste for you!" © A. P. Photos What li Your Fa A perfect complexion demand* freedom from hair—It'* the Aral atep that count*. Dillon'* modern, netentlflc treat- fcj,;,. ment pave* the wav tor permanent (atufaetton. Jvv'" Demand the beat and - . tf?? , .r. know where to «et it.. jj*id:MV*.l H. DILLON, IHC IPIP Conn. Ave. NA. H7P._HA. I1W. .