It came out of a co-ed’s scrapbook and seems, happily, pretty mild:
I can’t vouch for the accuracy of most of it but it only took a little bit of poking around to find a few pictures of some of these lads. Here are the two tennis co-captains in 1934, Fred Alter and Wilbur Hess:
But what really got my attention was the caption for Doc Metzler: “An apple a day keeps—but who’d want an apple in this case?” Here he is on the right, with “ladies’ man” Harry Fouke at left:
Uh, yes. Definitely a hottie, although it looks like he might have been aware of that.
A lot of the other names on the list are quite familiar to me. Here’s a post about Wilson Higginbotham and oddly enough Frank Dill’s name was mentioned in the archives just this morning.
Bonus: This might be the last vestige of the Shepherd School’s sojourn in Sewall Hall. It’s in the sub-basement, otherwise (preposterously) known as the first floor.