Here is William H. Janeway, Princeton University Class of 1965. There is no discernible similarity that I can see in this photo with the Bill Janeway of today.
View the image in more detail if you wish, thanks to the Princeton University archives, accessible to all via Daily Princetonian, Vol. 89, No. 45, p. 1 (12 April 1965). It was accompanied by an article (excerpt, all emphasis mine):
Senior William H. Janeway will deliver the Valedictory address at the university’s 218th commencement exercises June 15.
The announcement was made yesterday after a general faculty vote approved the nomination… A resident of New York City, Janeway attended Trinity School of New York before coming to Princeton. At the university, Janeway joined the Woodrow Wilson School. He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in his junior year, and recently received a Marshall Scholarship to study economics at Cambridge. Janeway has been active in a number of campus activities: he is chairman of this year’s Response program on economic abundance, director of Prosopon, a Greek drama group on campus and a member of the editorial board of the Daily Princetonian.
This phrase, “he is chairman of this year’s Response program on economic abundance” was associated with no small controversy. The following article, Daily Princetonian, Vol 89, No 45, Op Ed — Response, p.2 (12 April 1965) ran on the very next page:
This year’s Response embarrassed everyone from the speakers to the sparse audiences to the undergraduates who found out this morning that Response is over. The fact that the program failed in almost every respect is too painfully obvious. Rather than hammer on past mistakes, however, it seems more appropriate to ask if this year’s failure marks the end…