Exercise After Forty-Five – Strength Magazine – December, 1927

This month I decided to vary from the usual procedure of writing up some of the outstanding examples of physical perfection among the young manhood of our Nation. It seems to me that you should be interested in making the acquaintance of some of your fellow physical culturists who have preserved their youth to the half century mark. I am glad to have this occasion to present six of our fellow enthusiasts, as living refutations of the notion that a man should be old and incapable of activity after forty. I have on my mailing list the names of hundreds of men who could have been used as examples instead of those herein presented.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas