Panelists at Mississippi State University’s “A Life in the Arts” program answer questions from students at Giles Hall Monday. From left: William Dunlap, W. Ralph Eubanks and Sam Haskell III. (Photo by Steven Nalley, SDN)
When Sam Haskell III was a child, Procter and Gamble had an advertising campaign promising $10 to anyone who could produce a Cheer detergent box top when the “Cheer Man” paid him or her a visit.
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