BENTON M. BANGS, CHELAN, WASH.
"Little other than adding 40 years. I'm within 15 pounds of my playing weight; my health is good; but I've lost those curls I used to paste down."
SILAS E. STITES, STOCKTON, CALIF.
"I played at 170 pounds, and fully enjoyed the competitive spirit. I have a few wrinkles, but the same spirit made me a sports fan for 40 years."
LEROY B. HANLEY, BERKELEY, CALIF.
Colonel, USMC (ret.)
"Changed? No more than anyone would change in the Marines, from which I retired as colonel. Living quietly in Berkeley. Getting older but not old."
ASA V. CLARK, PULLMAN, WASH.
"I'm less impetuous, far more tolerant and now realize that the other fellow knows something too. I know the world is not the rosy apple it looked in 1916."
ARTHUR DURHAM, SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
U.S. Navy (ret.)
"From gridiron to commodore, USN (ret.). In two wars, awarded Bronze Star, Legion of Merit, Honorary Commander of Military Division of British Empire."
H. A. APPLEQUIST, SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
"I've lost my hair but was salved with the saying, 'Grass doesn't grow on a busy street,' until a wag said: 'Neither does it push up through concrete.' "
C. A. ZIMMERMAN, YAKIMA, WASH.
"I was 19, single and free; now I'm married, have three children, nine grandchildren. Interest in sports has continued as coach and school administrator."
C. C. KING, PULLMAN, WASH.
"Changed from city life to farming. I farmed wheat in Canada and the U.S. Don't know where the years went, but let's do this again in another 40 years."
BASIL B. DOANE, BEAVERTON, ORE.
"The toughest teams I've faced are old age and health. When I met up with them, the gridiron training I got in teamwork and determination served me well."