They were worn in 1937 by club members so they could be easily
spotted by tournament spectators seeking information.
2. Hamnet. He and
his twin sister, Judith, were born in 1585. Named for a family
friendly, baker Hamnet Sadler, he died at age 11, possibly of
the bubonic plague.
3. Surrealist Salvador
Dali, for Schiaparelli's fall-winter collection of 1937-38.
The black felt hat looked like an upside-down high-heeled show
when it was worn.
4. Auto-maker Henry
Ford, who explained, "I wouldn't be interested in putting
automobiles into the hands of a generation soggy with drink."
He didn't deliver on his threat when Prohibition was repealed.
5. New Zealander
Sir Edmund Hillary.