05 November 2009

Princeton 1962


Front Row - 1st from Left - Frank Deford of the Tiger Staff


Key and Seal Club

The Colonial Eating Club
The German Club

That Other Club

"Come join us! We're having sherry with Dr. Tucker and discussing combinatorial mathematics within a finite system. Of course, the sherry is gratis..."

11 comments:

OldSchool said...

Even at Berkeley ("Hippy Haven" or "The Little Red Schoolhouse") in the 1960s, many, many students looked liked this.

The Look said...

Top shelf, tintin.

Anonymous said...

What's with Bryan in the Deutsche Verein? The look is so Führer, except for the bolo tie (Adolf Hitler / Col. Sanders ... I just don't get it).

heavy tweed jacket said...

Excellent. I felt a bit squiffy looking at all those rep ties in The Colonial Eating Club photo.

Ben said...

Is that Stork, front row center of the Colonial Eating Club. I wouldn't think they'd let that degenerate in.

LPC said...

I was class of 1978. For my yearbook photo I wanted the motto, "Lively up yourself." Bob Marley. Obviously the place went downhill once they let in all us girls.

Richard M said...

A couple of guys in sport coats and jeans.

Richard M said...

DeFord is one helluva sports writer.

Anonymous said...

the TRADSTER!

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