I felt it wouldn't be complete if I didn't include both the cover as well as the back cover. The front cover speaks for itself but the back cover represents the time period. The Marlboro man was seen in magazines, billboards, and TV ads for Marlboro cigarettes. For those that don't know, two of the man who posed as the Marlboro man died of lung cancer. One renounced his participation and discouraged smoking from his deathbed and the other man's family sued Philip Morris (the maker of Marlboro's) for wrongful death. Light 'em up folks!
Article 2 - Field & Stream - 1972
Article 3 - Colliers - 1949