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THE JUDGES
December 10, 1962
This distinguished panel undertook the difficult assignment of choosing, from an impressive roster of 60 nominees, the 25 football lettermen who merited this year's Silver All-America award. The winners were selected because of conspicuous achievement in both professional and community life in the years since their last season of collegiate football a quarter century ago.
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December 10, 1962

The Judges

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This distinguished panel undertook the difficult assignment of choosing, from an impressive roster of 60 nominees, the 25 football lettermen who merited this year's Silver All-America award. The winners were selected because of conspicuous achievement in both professional and community life in the years since their last season of collegiate football a quarter century ago.

Charles H. Bell
Chairman
General Mills, Inc.

George Champion
Chairman
The Chase Manhattan Bank

Edward N. Cole
Vice-President
General Motors Corp.

Fairfax M. Cone
Chairman, Exec. Committee
Foote, Cone & Belding, Inc.

Joseph F. Cullman III
President
Philip Morris, Inc.

Arthur A. Houghton Jr.
President
Steuben Glass, Inc.

Chester J. LaRoche
Chairman
C. J. LaRoche Co.

Edward H. Litchfield
Chancellor
University of Pittsburgh

William G. Mennen Jr.
Vice-President
The Mennen Co.

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