Ever since the invention of the red Solo 16 oz. party cup (incorporated 1936), herds of men have used drinking games to prove their party prowess. But, in terms of gaining a competitive edge, what matters most: years of boozing experience or a youthful lack of concern of personal well-being for the greater team good? Using the most of the time on our hands, we attempted a test. We assembled two beer-guzzling teams that comprised of four college seniors and four senior citizens; they played beer pong, flip cup, and anchorman (a group chug from a glass boot). It's an epic battle of aviator glasses vs. cardigan sweaters, dreads vs. high-waisted pants.

Who do you think emerges victorious? Care to make a drink wager on it?