Canadian Arthur Ham (1902-1992) was in 1928 and in 1929 selected for the doubles of the Daviscup tennis. In 1927 he graduated from the 'University of Toronto' and thereafter he specialized in Histology. In 1950 he published his renowned reference book 'Histology', which is regarded by many physicians as an indispensable reference tool. He was particularly interested in the formation, maintenance and destruction of the skeleton. As Professor at his Alma Mater, he was co-founder of the 'Department of Medical Biophysics', of which he served as the Department’s first chair from 1958 to 1960. Then he became head of the 'Department of Anatomy', where he remained until 1965.
American Ralph Hills (1902-1977) won the bronze medal shot put at the 1924 Olympics in Paris. In 1929 he graduated from the 'Johns Hopkins Medical School', where he worked his way up to Professor of Medicine. During World War II, Hills served overseas with the 'U.S. Army's 18th General Hospital', and had the rank of Second Lieutenant.
Nathan Rocyn-Jones (1902-1984) played rugby for 'Newport Rugby Football Club' and 'Cambridge'. He won only a single cap for Wales and after his sport career he became President of the 'Welsh Rugby Union'. Like his father, he graduated as a medical doctor at 'London's St Mary's Hospital'.