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INavyI7, DukeI0

At Baltimore

But The Blue Devil Went Up In Smoke

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The old Washington Evening Star cartoonists, Jim Berryman and Gib Crockett, for many decades contributed some of the best program covers for the Academy. Two of Berryman's best examples are the airplane covers he made for the 1929 Notre Dame and 1937 Virginia games. But to us this is Crockett's best: the suspicious Navy goat and the impish Duke Blue Devil, complete with his pouch of "Duke's Mixture" cigarette tobacco, an actual brand that was a longtime favorite of "roll your own" smokers.

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