On Caltech's Pasadena campus stand Alf Brandin ( Stanford), who today manages Stanford's vast land holdings; Dr. Daniel Fortmann ( Colgate) and Dr. G. Wilbur Westin (Middlebury), who practice surgery in Los Angeles; and Frank W. Davis ( Caltech), who runs Convair plant which produces the new B-58 bomber.
Yale's Walter Camp Memorial Gate frames Frederick Moseley Jr. ( Harvard), a vice-president of New York's Morgan Guaranty Trust Co.; James O'Leary (Wesleyan), who as director of economic research of the Life Insurance Association of America guides the huge capital investments of insurance companies; John Hersey ( Yale), whose A Bell for Adano won a Pulitzer Prize; Dr. Hugh MacMillan Jr. ( Princeton), a Denver surgeon; and William Drake (Bowdoin). president of Philadelphia's Pennsalt Chemicals Corp. At left is Brig. General Louis Robertshaw. USMC (Naval Academy), assistant wing commander of the 1st Marine .Aircraft Wing. Japan, who next month will assume command of all Marine air reserve training.
Park bench near University of Chicago is meeting place for Edwin R. Phelps ( Kansas), now chief engineer of the Peabody Coal Co., St. Louis; Charles Galbreath ( Illinois),manager of the Indianapolis branch of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith; Glenn Seidel ( Minnesota), who today is vice-president in charge of engineering for Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co.; Joe Stydahar ( West Virginia), president of Chicago's Big Bear Container Corp.; and Jay Berwanger ( Chicago), president of Hood Sponge Rubber Co. of Chicago, sometimes called the best halfback of all time. At left: cotton crop of Brazil is concern of Harry Witt (Rice), who represents Houston's Anderson, Clayton & Co. as overseas vice-president.
Yankee Stadium is the office of Jim Lee Howell ( Arkansas), masterful coach of New York's professional football Giants. Below: colonnaded President's Mansion at the University of Alabama sets off William Shakespeare (Notre Dame), president of the Cincinnati Rubber Manufacturing Co., a division of the Thor Power fool Co.; Oscar Thompson ( Georgia Tech), president of Thompson, Boland and Lee, a chain of shoe stores in Georgia; Cecil Humphreys ( Tennessee), president of Memphis Stale University; Paul Bryant ( Alabama), head football coach at the University of Alabama; and Eugene T. Barwick ( North Carolina), who founded Georgia's $10 million E. T. Barwick Mills, carpet manufacturers.
Rice University cloister brings together Dr. Abe Mickal ( Louisiana State), chief of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at LSU; Harry Shuford (Southern Methodist), first vice-president, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas; and Leon Payne (Brown), partner in the Houston law firm of Andrews, Kurth, Campbell and Bradley.
The task, not an easy one, of selecting the 25 outstanding men from the many nominated by colleges throughout the country fell to the jury of 12 outstanding men shown here. They are leaders in the world of business, the professions and community service in which the Silver Anniversary All-America award men, still in their 40s, are still rising.
Secretary of State-designate of the United States
BARRY T. LEITHEAD
Cluett, Peabody & Co. Inc.
CHESTER J. LaROCHE
National Football Foundation