John Held, Jr. was an artist and cartoonist who became famous for his illustrations of American society in the 1920s. He was a regular contributor to such magazines as Life, Vanity Fair and Harper's Bazaar.Many of his drawings depicted collegiate life in the Jazz Age, including this 1926 advertisement for Coca-Cola.
Your challenge is to create a witty caption for the artwork by 5pm on June 10. A winner will be announced on June 11. I look forward to seeing your entries.
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