RALPH BOONE, GLENDALE, CALIF.
"Very little. Same hair, same weight. But that car in the center lane, cutting in and out, isn't mine. I'm on the right, stretching my future as far as I can."
PIERRE TEETS, LONG ISLAND, N.Y.
"My life has been like the weather-fair sailing following the hurricane. With three grandchildren and retirement ahead, I find 'the last is best.' "
FRITZ POLLARD, NEW YORK
"In 1916, I weighed 155. Today I weigh 215, have weighed up to 230. Worked my way through college pressing clothes. Today, I earn $20,000 a year."
DR. EDGAR STAFF, PROVIDENCE, R.I.
Health Dept. Official
"My weight's the same, but it's differently distributed. It isn't the same kind of weight. Football is still my top interest. Belong to local gridiron club."
H. P. ANDREWS, ATTLEBORO, MASS.
"The physical change is obvious. Forty years have slowed me down, but have left me more philosophic, more considerate of the other guy and his problems."
IRVING FRASER, PROVIDENCE, R.I.
"A year with the Seabees, after I was 50, left its notches. In college, I could walk away with 300 pounds. Today I can barely lift 100."
BILL ORMSBY, BOSTON
President, roofing co.
"No. My energy is the same. Couldn't 'take' six days on a train to Los Angeles, as in 1916. Thanks to Ralph Damon and TWA, it's only 10 hours now."
DR. J. H. WEEKS, NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
"A football knee plus an unsuccessful spinal fusion have restricted my activities and added great weight. I gave up golf, but my sports interest is high."
FURBER MARSHALL, CARLISLE, PA.
Pres., Carlisle Corp.
"I've added 25 pounds, a white mane—learned and forgotten a few things. I've traded a rampant approach for a benign view. Still watch the things I used to."