Gary Cooper, for the "wonderful shape of his head, his size and his simplicity," won the top spot on a list of the "ten handsomest men in the U.S." picked by Boston Sculptress Katharine Ward Lane. The other nine:
Philip Merivale, for "a burning quality and a tragic cast to his face."
Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd: "most attractive, particularly for his small, aristocratic features."
Gregor Piatigorsky: "Marvelously proportioned, though massive."
Fredric March, for the "serious sincerity which he exudes, and for his beautiful wide brow."
Lieut. General Mark Clark: "I love his long nose;...