Freshmen boys in 1930s, Rice Institute
Four William M. Rice Institute freshmen standing in a field. Three of them are wearing white sweatshirts, while the fourth is wearing a buttoned up waistcoat and holding an object slung around his neck. Both of his pants legs are rolled up to his knees. The other three have one pant leg rolled up. In addition, one of the students is balancing a shoe on his left shoulder, while his companion is holding a shoe with his teeth. All of them are wearing the traditional ‘Slime’ beanie. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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