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May 11, 2005: From the Archives

poker-playing undergraduates

Princeton’s poker-playing undergraduates, recently profiled in a flurry of articles about high-stakes and online gambling on college campuses, may just be continuing a long-standing tradition illustrated by these members of the Class of 1943. Playing cards while waiting to see the dean of admission in September 1939 are, from left, John Durrell, E. Jan Nadelman, and W. Glenn Degener, all wearing their freshman dinks. Can any of our readers identify the seated onlooker — or recall who won the game? end of article