Who was Larry Dupraz?
From the Friday, December 15th, 2006, Daily Princetonian:
Larry Dupraz, the beloved flat-topped, cigar-chomping curmudgeon whose critical eye refined six decades of journalism at The Daily Princetonian joined the 'Prince' in 1946 as a typesetter, forging the words of student reporters in molten lead with an aging linotype machine. He soon became compositor, assuming responsibility for getting the paper printed each night. He insisted on perfection, constantly reminding members of each managing board that they were the worst group of "dumb, snot-nosed, thick-skulled kids" he had ever seen.