Though Princeton didn’t win the World Universities ­Debating Championship (or “Worlds”) in January 1989, it didn’t stop these unidentified debate club members from uncorking some champagne to celebrate. Princeton hosted the event, which was attended by more than 100 teams and had an increased international presence. The University of Sydney (Australia) took the crown that year and the topic for debate was “socialism has failed” — a prescient choice in light of events in central and eastern Europe later in 1989. Can any PAW readers name these students?