^Robert L. Flora, born in Muskegon, Michigan, November 23, 1915. Served in WWII from 1942 to 1945. He coached football at Washington State and the University of Iowa and wa assistant athletic director at Iowa under Forrest Evashevski. He later served as an assistant coach at Michigan State under Biggy Munn. He last worked as athletic facilities director at the University of Michigan. He died in an automobile accident on December 4, 2007, near St. Ignace, Michigan.
^Harlin E. Fraumann, born March 3, 1919, died December 2, 2006, last residence Clinton, Michigan
^Harold Lockard, February 7, 1920, died February 1971, SSN issued Ohio
^William Melzow, born December 6, 1919, died September 30, 2001, last address, Holt, Michigan
^Philip E. Sharpe, born July 17, 1921, died September 1, 2005, SSN issued Ohio, last address Seattle, Washington
^John G. Allerdice was the son of Yost-era star Dave Allerdice. He transferred to Princeton in the fall of 1941.
^Ralph Howard Amstutz, born in Chicago and graduated from Oak Park/River Forest High School. He lived in Naples, Floria, and had previously lived at Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He was the vice president of engineering for Schick Electric in Lancaster. He was also a real estate developer in Lancaster. He died November 5, 2007, at age 85.
^Norman D. Call. Graduated from Norwalk High School in 1938. Served as an ensign in the Coast Guard after attending Michigan. He died in 1944 while helping rescue a navy destroyer that had been torpedoed by a German U-boat off the coast of North Carolina. He was inducted into the Norwalk Hall of Fame in 2003.
^Harrison H. Caswell, Jr., born May 2, 1921, died December 7, 1996. Buried at Bethlehem Cemetery in Ann Arbor.
^Otto E. Chady, born January 2, 1921, died June 17, 2009. He was a resident of Glenmoore, Pennsylvania.
^Walter B. Freihofer, born May 26, 2012 at Albany, New York. He grew up in Indianapolis and attended Shortridge High School. He served in the U.S. Army in Europe during WWII. He practiced law in Grand Rapids for over 50 years. He was also Kentwood City Attorney for over 20 years. He died May 26, 2012.
^Reino J Romo, born on July 25, 1921, died on February 13, 1994.
^Robert Shemky was from Crystal Falls, Michigan. He coached St. Joseph's (Ind.) College to an NAIA national football championship in the 1950s. He was inducted into the Upper Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame in 1990.
^Angelo E. Trogan, born August 22, 1920, died July 30, 1973. Buried Mount Olivet Cemetery, Saginaw, Michigan.