Throwback Thursday: It still isn’t a contest…

What does it take to be named the most popular student in school? Probably a lot of baby kissing, hand shaking and help with difficult assignments.

Courtesy of the Baylor College of Medicine Archives

Whatever it takes to be that popular, A.G. Sneed achieved it in 1921, according to the Baylor University Round Up yearbook, courtesy of the Baylor College of Medicine Archives.

We can only hope that Sneed didn’t have to make any extreme campaign promises for his big win.

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