In the July 9 issue, Edward Tenner ’65 tells the stories of three alumni — Julius Ochs Adler 1914, Hobey Baker 1914, and James Vincent Forestal 1915 — who represented Princeton’s present, past, and future a century ago

View glimpses of campus life from that era in the slide show below.

A recreational game of baseball.
A recreational game of baseball.
The Class of 1914's Fifth Year Book
The Dickinson Rush, an annual clash between the sophomores and freshmen (in this case, the classes of 1914 and 1915).
The Dickinson Rush, an annual clash between the sophomores and freshmen (in this case, the classes of 1914 and 1915).
Nassau Herald
More interclass hijinks: 1914 sophomores with a group of 1915 freshmen who tried to raise their class numerals over Holder Hall.
More interclass hijinks: 1914 sophomores with a group of 1915 freshmen who tried to raise their class numerals over Holder Hall.
The Class of 1914's Fifth Year Book
Freshmen from the Class of 1915, running home.
Freshmen from the Class of 1915, running home.
The Class of 1914's Fifth Year Book
A publicity shot from the 1914-15 Triangle Club show.
A publicity shot from the 1914-15 Triangle Club show.
Nassau Herald
The Princeton-Harvard football game in 1914, Palmer Stadium's opening season.
The Princeton-Harvard football game in 1914, Palmer Stadium's opening season.
Bric-a-Brac
An alumni dinner at the Waldorf in New York City, 1912.
An alumni dinner at the Waldorf in New York City, 1912.
PAW Archives
The annual "high-hat parade."
The annual "high-hat parade."
Nassau Herald
The Princeton Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin clubs.
The Princeton Glee, Banjo, and Mandolin clubs.
Daily Princetonian Archives
Dedication of the Graduate College, 1913.
Dedication of the Graduate College, 1913.
PAW Archives
The graduate-student body, 1915.
The graduate-student body, 1915.
Bric-a-Brac
The Class of 1914 before graduation.
The Class of 1914 before graduation.
The Class of 1914's Fifth Year Book