Thunderbird School of Global Management - Thunderbird Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)

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The torchbearers of these concepts-the pst classes who are gaining the respect of others of a different heri- tage-the present aspirants who can only wish to complement their predecessors- and the future classes who will follow the footpaths-however distant and unfamiliar some of them may be, are those to whom this book is dedicated. '0 L'l7lfIf6'lfIfS adlwfilfzisfmfiwfz faculty l'Y14KiW i ii4i V activities f'1 K :J flzzfsa ufhzf lead us 57-anew GDSPMII QQ Q Q ii Carl A. Sauer, President of the American Institute for Foreign Trade, is always prepared to meet the challenge of student problems, in addition to the demands of his busy desk. The geniality, warmth and friendship of this intelligent and personable man always make themselves felt with a natural spontaneity. Dr. Stanton S. Von Grabill Vice-Prexicieni Berger Erickson Treamrer and Bmineyf Manager Rush Janet Richardson R egixtmr William S. Shaterian Aixiftant to the Preyident fee: 'f A Y, Lora Jeanne Wheeler Librarian Mrs. Elizabeth Borton de Trevino autographs her book while Mitzi Barru- tia looks on. Emily C. Brown Director of Public Relationx Mabel Erickson Director of Placement and Alumni Aclivitief ,Q-nswvv-'Q Martha L. Snyder Affiftrzrzt to the Alumni Director Pat Mohammed Secretary to the Eminem Manager Paul Deuell Bookkeeper Myrtle Cady Mitzi Barrutia Shirley Townsend Carol G. Dean Secretary to the Placement Secretary to the Regiftrrir Secretary to Public Reluliom Carbier Office Director nwxw .NX Under the direction of Fred L Gyger, left, the maintenance staff is responsible for AIFT's well kept grounds. ix fi-l'a:. A 1 I Jean E. Myers N une Charley Braley Poftmafter Torn Sunderlin Driver f?i Paul and Sylvia Wiechert Managen of the Dining Room W K asm my GDB? 5 EW gqw E33 Dr. Howard W. Tessen Director, Department of Langnagef, and Profenor of Languages and Lingnifticf uw Frank R. jackie Profeffor of Spnniyh and Communication! Francisco L. Gaona Affociute Profeuor 0 f Spnniyb Amalio M. Suarez Affociale Profexyor 0 f Spanifb W Could we learn? We struggled . . . we sighed . . . we complained . . . and became desperate during our first encounters with records, tapes and listening booths. Later we occasionally smiled at our comparative fluency . . . a fluency made possible by a language taught the AIFT way. Through the patience and knowledge of our teach- ers We did learn. gtx 6 language Qs 5 Jorge Luis Carrera C. Guilherme de Castro e Silva Suzanne E. Diamond Afristant Profenor Anirtant Proferror Auimznt Proferror of Spanifb of Portzzgzzefe of Fremb .Z 195- fl- 9 'Wm -Z9 5 Laurence M. Finney Anirtanz Profeffof of Spanifb Juan Francisco Brondo Herlinda Diez V. Consuelo E. de Fleek Raquel F. de Gaona Imtruclor in Spanifh Imtmnlor in Spamiflo Imtmciof in Sppmirb Imzrzzctof in Spanifla Martha Alicia Garibay Imtmclof in Sjumifh Senhorita de Noronha presents a Portuguese flag to AIFT. Accept- ing are Dr.'Schurz and President Sauer. Richard Barrutia Affiftmzt in Imtrzwliofz in Spaniflo "Now look, Van, open your mouth .... " Ophelia de Castro e Silva Afxifimzt in Imtrzzction in Portzzgueie J, E or 3' if .1 If 'S s f' 6' 4? Nellie M. Kirkpatrick Aiiimzfzz in Imtrzzction in French 5 5 H al " K. +5 A Z' 'Z ' .pf 1 - V -: M1 U AV? :MX i , 'WT' Q9 jean R. Nonotgues Afsifiaml in Inmfuclion in French Maria L. de Noronha I mlrzzclor in Porfzzgzzwe and Spmzifb Marion Wise Affiimnt in Imlmclion in Spanifb M it M' El 1? ' K if i WW ii"'f J ft'j"'2l"W iff, 1 'W o arm fudies Foreign lands soon become more than just names on a map. The Department of Area Studies helps us become familiar with a country's personality-its customs, religion, geography and history. The result is knowledge-knowledge which provides understanding. Emily Brown Affirtanl Profeuor of Area Studies with a student. Dr. Willia1n Lytle Schurz Director, Deparlmenf of Area Studie and Profeffor of Area Sludief and Inrermzliomzl Relatiom J' 7 These are the men who, through their knowledge, give us an un- fi? derstanding of international busi- ness. ....t XX Gerard R. Richter ' Profersor of Foreign Trade g ,fe A F john David Campbell Arthur W. Goodearl Richard T. Turner Ayrociate Profenor Afmciate Profefsor Astociate Profeimf of Marketing of Foreign Trade of Marketing i F fl . f it- we fit' 'F rx 'fiizfig Wlilliam D. Hacker Vixiting Leetnrer in Management and Hitman Relations 8 if ti GST Rn 15 49 K ,F ff ti are ii it in M tw X we e f if gg MEM ,S ' 1: A f . f ..... 5?LEa?2f?ffE,.E5ifgi at - zz- K bs "" W' F S ,E X E Q E Paul M. Wilson Arfoeiate' Pro feffor of Accounting and Se to the Faculty 411 My ga: SE Q QGJSPHU 'Q gg. 55? S a C is AIFT's student council. Above, the second semester commit- tee Chairman Lou Pacini is center. Below, the first semester committee. Right, the advisor, Professor Suarez and Chairman Dudley try to solve a knotty problem. 3 is pictured above at one of its bi-weekly meetings. club is composed of students interested in color photography. iiiFis"?lww . French, Spanish, and Portuguese, under the direction of Senhorita de Noronha practiced many afternoons for their part in the annual Christmas program 'las Posadasf' 'W the national for- eign trade fraternity. Highlighting the school year was Delta Phi's sponsoring of-the appearance of John Scott, special assistant to the publisher of TIME. Mr. Scott is pictured below answering questions after his speech Above, the officers of the fraternity for the second semester. Right is Derrill Alexander, first semester president, recip- ient of the Barton Kyle Younr Memorial Award 'fund' Viola . . . le picque nique du Club Francais. X- 1 W 'Q V. A -Q Sli ! 1 + as s 1 La Pinata yrLas Posadas . . . mark the Christmas season at AIFT. 51 he-5 is iii X ,N N-.Zishk h?,Qy 3 ffff-',e ' we -4, in Mirza: marketmg club hh the highlights of AIFT's school year' is the Marketing Clubis annual Thanksgiving trip to Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, pictured here. W 9, Www 5 1 cl-.,.,f-...mg R pin. - qm- members meet once a Week to give extemporaneous speeches. The club also sponsors guest speakers during the school year. Left is the Canadian Minister Commercial, Mr. R. G. C. Smith, with the first semester president Harry Wait. 'entity portuguese club Dr. Sum, pictured right, discusses Current Brazilian problems at a club meeting. in ,,...-mans-c 'Sf ,-qv'-M Above, gathered around the make-up table admiring their work are Joaquin Gil del Real, copy, Frank Heaton and Don Schmoldt, copy chiefs, Phil Davis and Bob Bruce, art, Art Nunley, copy, and Stan Wilson, assistant business manager. Seated are Lou Pacini, managing editor, and Denis Gavanas, business manager. Pictured left are Bill Foster, editor and Ed Crandall, photographer. Below are janet McLaughlin, copy, jim Marsee, ad- vertising manager, and Phil Hoffman, editor, grad- uate section. Faculty advisor is Miss Brown. ai 1' V 5 , gg 5 P w...: Ei-55 H: .. . :Jet 1 if J by W .H- ,..3x-,, W -- I-He" 3 K 53 at . , . members cele- brated Christmas by giving a party for AIFT children. Above, the fall tea. 'fa ,, if' 'rf , f:,f5?4" 7 K M M 1 ' f 'mv ' 'ia at f v f 'E mfg, if 'W-fini. ' 433- -. V f 3 K -MA., V 1 E V A R' ' WMM - " 1 wwe? A' , 'M r , AW, f e.f-M' L' W 'M' wiv f a ...X Yay, Y W G Q' as xi '56 f ,. X I' C951 Q "l"""' QQGWW 1123438 a alzala affaraaa fraaa jaaaary 79 8 gh- A- . 'eswfqgf' ravi? JA" NN ,hal iwwwig., W -:.I MEET, 51- 'fu 4 I isiiazfi -may 1 V.. A - Vw wg 6 'A X .1313--7 erik fi a 2 me ,,, Su... J. 'x sg, T ai as MQ 1 5 V 5 2 A W :Q , fe. DERRILL W. ALEXANDER A.B. University of California, Berkeley Monterey, California HARRY R. ATKISON JR. B.S. University of Oregon Newport, Oregon ROGER P. BELL B.S. University of Arizona Blue Springs, Missouri HANS H. BURMEISTER B. A. Woodbury College Monrovia, California JACK A. BURZELL A.B. Washington University Los Angeles, California HOBERT E. CALTRIDER B.A. Long Beach State College Long Beach, California WILLIAM D. CONKLIN B.B.A. Woodbury College Los Angeles, California LAWRENCE F. CONSIDINE A.B. Boston College Lowell, Massachusetts CHARLES R. COOK B.B.A. Woodbury College Los Angeles, California PHILIP E. COOLEY B.M.E. Santa Clara University Redwood City, California WILLIAM H. CUNNINGHAM JR B.A. University of California, Santa Barbara Long Beach, California LLOYD N. DARDEN B.A. University of Colorado Oakland, California JACOB H. DETHERO JR. B.S. University of Florida Clearwater, Florida CRAIG J. DUDLEY JR. B.S. University of Oregon Compton, California CLARENCE J. DUNTON B.B.A. University of Oregon Milwaukie, Oregon RONALD F. FAUST B.A. Montana State University Forsyth, Montana JOHN K. FOLEY B.S. San Diego State College San Diego, California ANNA J. GARDNER B.S. Arizona State College, Tempe Glendale, Arizona LARS A. GARRISON Arizona State College, Flagstaff Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming THOMAS D. HAYS Gradwohl School of Laboratory Tech- nique Ada, Oklahoma LAURENS L. HENDERSON JR. B.A., L.L.B. University of Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Jim- QQ. "W-war Y-...aff Q31 new-f' f-'E . Alt K I' 'rs .af"'. WILLIAM K. HENRY B.A. Whitman College Spokane, Washington R. W. HILBERG Miami University Cincinnati, Ohio DOUGLAS F. HILL B.S. Arizona State College, Tempe Mesa, Arizona ROBERT R. HILL B.S. Montana State College Bozeman, Montana RICHARD C. HODGE B.A. Cornell University Owego, New York CHARLES D. JOHNSON B.A. Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas GERALD B. JULIANI B.A. University of Arizona Oceanside, California ROBERT H. KOHRS B.A. University of Colorado Davenport, Iowa JOHN L. KOZUCH B.A. Knox College Oregon, Illinois NEWLIN E. LANCASTER B.B.A. Texas Tech Happy, Texas DEREK LIECTY B.A. Stanford University Santa Barbara, California JEROME R. MAHONEY B.A. Villanova University Gloversville, New York W-1 Q ,Q RR Ns ,mf WY C3 'F-n"'G-M 1'-v ,K V. tx ,ag I7 oi.,-v 'bf "N:- 'inns-ug. BARRY J. MASON B.S. University of Texas Wichita, Kansas GLEN C. MCBRIDE JR. B.A. University of Colorado Phoenix, Arizona LOUIS R. MISANTONI B.S. Northwestern University Glencoe, Illinois KENNETH D. MOORE B.S. California Maritime Academy Long Beach, California ROBERT C. NEWMAN B.B.A. Wfoodbury College Hollywood, California LAWRENCE J. O'BRIEN B.S. University of Kansas Kansas City, Missouri DONALD A, PARSONS B.A. .University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado WILLIAM G. PHILLIPS B.S. Waynesburg College Omaha, Nebraska JOHN A. ROBERTS B.S. University of Wyoming Laramie, Wyoming JOHN C. ROBINSON B.A. University of Rochester Tucson, Arizona HENRY A. SCHLICHTING B.S. University of Wisconsin Sheboygan, Wisconsin GRANT A. SETTLEMIER B.S. University of California, Berkeley Lafayette, California, ROBERT P. KOEHLER B.B.A. University of Wisconsin Harvard Graduate School of Business Milwaukee, Wisconsin JACK D, RYDER B.S University of Arizona M.B.A. University of Mississippi Houma, Louisiana WILLIAM F. SIGAL B.A., M.A. Stanford University Palo Alto, California MATTHEW W, STEELE JR. B.B.A. University of Mississippi Morgan City, Mississippi JOHN F. TOMLINSON B.B.A. University of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin LEON W. TOWNSEND B.S. California Maritime Academy Santa Monica, California 4? ng GEORGE A URBAQH JR. BS Montana State University BA Univcrsity cf Colcrado Receiving their Certificates of Completion were Ql. to LQ Carmen Cunningham Pat Sigal, Carol Juliani, Dorothy Dar- A den and Marilyn oan Kozuch. 6 clzelo vffarezgn trade june 1958 STANLEY C. ALLEN B.S. University of Oregon Salem, Oregon ARNOLD K. ANDERSEN B.A. San Diego State College San Diego, California WILLIAM H. ANDERSON B.S. San Diego State College Riverside, California FREDERICK R. ANDRESEN B.S. Colorado State University El Paso, Texas WERNER W. BARTH Wirtschaftsoberschule Karlsruhe, Germany HOWARD G. BODENHAMER B.A. University of Arizona Somerton, Arizona JAMES C. BOONSTRA B. A. Hope College Zeeland, Michigan STUART D. BROLLY B.A. Stanford University Saratoga, California CHARLES D. BROWN B.S. Northwestern University Berwyn, Illinois DAVID A. BROWN B.A. University of Utah Evanston, Illinois LEVERNE M. BROWN B. S. North Dakota State College Medora, North Dakota ROBERT L. BRUCE A.B. University of California, Berkeley Long Beach, California RUSSELL F. BRUNO B.A. Yale University Yale Law School Torrington, Connecticut EDGAR T. BUSCH B.S. Indiana University Evansville, Indiana WALTER A. BUSTARD B.A. Southwestern College Bronx, New York CHARLES J. CANDIANO B.S. University of Arizona Chicago, Illinois MICHAEL H. CARSTENS B.S. Yale University Lake Forest, Illinois DONALD R. CASAGRANDA B.A. University of Montana Butte, Montana ANDREW T. CASSELL JR. B.A. University of California, Berkeley Pasadena, California PHILIPPE P. CAVANAGH A.B. University of Notre Dame Santa Barbara, California DONALD E. CHAMPION B.A. University of Illinois Waukegan, Illinois When,- M 77' ei-'M H..- Nl' .4-ur' 'C" Lt 3 is 5' ti ,af . I-55 : ,ff ,, - .,q. 5, ,jfiiff ug - 'K Wa sf? ff I 3 "QE al l M, , ROGER W. CHILD B.S. California State Polytechnic College Long Beach, California DOUGLAS D. CHRISTOPHER B. A. Colorado State College Greeley, Colorado DONALD E. CLIPPINGER B.A. Lawrence College Evanston, Illinois KENNETH C. COGDILL B.S. Arizona State College, Flagstaff Flagstaff, Arizona BENNETT O. COLE B.A. University of Virginia Radford, Virginia MELVIN D. COX B. A. University of Southern California Bellport, New York DONNELL L. CRAIN B.A. University of Washington Seattle, Washington EDWIN B. CRANDALL A.B. University of Nevada Truckee, California ROBERT D. CROISANT B.S. University of Oregon Seaside, Oregon JACK T. CROSBY JR. Michigan State University Haslett, Michigan IVAN CULBERTSON JR. B.A., B.S. University of Arizona Tuscon, Arizona GARY R. CURRIE B.S. Colorado State University Council Bluffs, Iowa 'V 'Kim fl JAMES S. DAHLSTROM B.S. Oregon State College Madras, Oregon DONALD D. DAVIS B.S. United States Merchant Marine Academy Torrance, California PHILIP J. DAVIS B.S. University of California, Berkeley Sacramento, California ROBERT S, DAVIS B.A. University of Virgina Birmingham, Alabama HERBERT D. DAY A.B. Colgate University Plainfield, New jersey RICHARD W. DEAKIN B.A. Stanford University Vashon, Washington PAUL C. DEL MORAL B.S. St. Cloud State Teachers College Manila, Philippine Islands DEAN W. DIETRICH B.A. Colorado State College LaPorte, Indiana ROBERT E. DORAN B.A. Arizona State College, Tempe Carpinteria, California LOUIS E. DRIVER B.A. Texas A8cM College San Antonio, Texas WILLIAM H. DRUM B.A. Montana State University Miles City, Montana SAMUEL R. EASTABROOKS A.B. Tufts College Kahulai Maui, Territory of Hawaii ROBERT A. FARBER B.S. University of Arizona Van Nuys, California WAYNE P. FISCHER B.S. Bowling Green State University Woodstock, Illinois WILLIAM S. FISHBACK A.B. University of Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana HAMILTON F. FORLINE Phoenix College Phoenix, Arizona WILLIAM J. H. FOSTER B.A. Arizona State College, Tempe Fredonia, Arizona CHARLES W. FRIEND B.A. Williams College Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ALVIN G. FRITZNER B.S. Arizona State College, Tempe Gaylord, Minnesota DENIS GAVANAS B.S. Tufts University Brockton, Massachusetts JAMES T. GEETERSLOH A.B. Syracuse University East Hartford, Connecticut ANTHONY E. GERBASI B.A. University of Pittsburgh Farrell, Pennsylvania JOAQUIN GIL DEL REAL B.A. University of Southern California Burbank, California WESLEY R. GILES B.B.A. Clark University Worcester, Massachusetts vim ,ai-G' VV' JUERGEN R. GOLDHAGEN B.S. University of California Los Angeles Berkeley, California RICHARD C. GRAHAM B.A. Western Maryland College Christiansburg, Virginia WALTER R. HANFORD JR. B.A. University of Connecticut Hartford, Connecticut CLIFFORD E. HARKNESS JR A.B. University of Illinois Chicago, Illinois CHESTER A. HAVARD JR. B.S. Texas A8zM College Kirbyville, Texas FRANK W. HEATON A.B. Stanford University Los Angeles, California CONRAD P. HERNANDEZ B.S. University of Arizona Nogales, Arizona ROBERT A. HINKLE Hobart College Pound Ridge, New York JAMES W. HITCHCOCK B.S. University of North Dako Lisbon, North Dakota PHILIP D. HOFFMAN B.A. University of Missouri Kansas City, Missouri DAVID G. HOGAN B.A. Bowdoin College Houlton, Maine WILLIAM B. HOLT B.S. Utah State University Chicago, Illinois ww I E is ra A r ,,..a..-MQ... ,pug , -Q.. K rv? ,wma ,FT 6 li' jam, 50.11 gf' x...,1 J. DEAN HUELAT B.S. Arizona State College, Tempe Riverdale, Arizona IRVING P. JANUARY B.A. University of Virginia Suffolk, Virginia MARLIN T. JOHNSON B.A. Mount Union College Belvidere, Illinois DOWDELL W. JORDAN B.A. University of Texas Brady, Texas RICHARD G. KARRER B.S. Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois NOBU KAWAKAMI B.B.A. Woodbury College West Covina, California GEORGE B. KEEN B.S. University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland GERALD E. KELLEY B.A. Willamette University St. Helens, Oregon WALTER A. KELLOGG B.A. Lake Forest College M.A. University of Chicago Antioch, Illinois MICHAEL F. KENDALL B.A. University of Minnesota Rochester, Minnesota BRUCE S. KERSHNER B.A. Denison University Akron, Ohio DAVID J. KING B.S. Montana State College Lewistown, Montana we I ff fglgjial' ,ii M x gmt ,,, ,r ELIZABETH L. KRAUSE B.A. Mills College Phoenix, Arizona ROLE W. LABHARD Ecoles Superieures de Commerce et de Langues Neuchatel, Switzerland Mt. Kisco, New York ROBERT J. LANGE A.B. University of California, Berkeley Compton, California ROBERT E. LAPORT B.A. Upsala College Glen Ridge, New Jersey GEORGE LEE B.S. University of California, Berkeley Vancouver, British Columbia FRED W. LIBBY B.A. University of Maine Hartland, Maine THOMAS A. LOMBARD JR. B.A. Stanford University Fillmore, California JOHN G. LUCAS B.A. San Jose State College Lodi, California JAMES A. H. MAGOUN III B.A. Princeton University Toledo, Ohio EDDIE L. MAIMBOURG A.B. Oklahoma City University Oklahoma City, Oklahoma WILLIAM MARATOS A.B. Mercer University Augusta, Georgia REIN MAREMAA A.B. Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio JAMES A. MARSEE B.A. Stetson University Williamsburg, Kentucky JOHN B. MARSHALL B.S. Drake University Des Moines, Iowa JAINIES MARTELL B.S. University of Wisconsin Mt. Vernon, New York JOHN P. MCGILL B.S. LeMoyne College Syracuse, New York WILLIAM G. MCLAUGHLIN B.S. Purdue University Chicago, Illinois FREDERICK A. MITTELSDORF B.A. Michigan State University Lansing, Michigan OSCAR D. MORALES B.S. University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona EDGAR R. MORGAN B.A. University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, California WILLIAM W. MORGAN JR. B.S. Fresno State College LeGrande, California RAYMOND NEAG B.A. University of Connecticut Torrington, Connecticut CHARLES R. NEEDHAM A.B. San Diego State College Vista, California WILLIAM S. NEEL B.A. Willamette University Portland, Oregon C ...., 5 ia Nga . 4' K sl. J h.......w:w 5 get - V Away! Q - . .., X rf, ARTHUR W. NUNLEY JR. B.A. University of Missouri Florissant, Missouri PIERCE F. O'BRIEN B.S. Siena College Troy, New York DAVID P. OLSAN A.B. University of California, Berkeley Riverside, California JASPER D. ORTIZ B.A. University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico LOUIS J. PACINI B.A. Tufts University Arlington, Massachusetts KENNETH A. PATE A.B. University of Southern California Ventura, California EVIN L. PERDUE B.S. Southwestern College, Memphis Memphis, Tennessee JOHN H. PERKINS B.S. Cornell University Niagara Falls, New York DWIGHT T. PETERSON B.A. Stanford University Beverly Hills, California RICHARD L. PETERSON B.A. University of Washington Seattle, Washington OVIE R. PEVOTO JR. B.B.A. Lamar State College of Technology Beaumont, Texas FRANK E. PINCKARD JR. B.B.A. University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio if X si . 1 -xl www . 1 .7 3 X E ix f. 'ev' Q - . 4 'Q' Q V jf! '.,. 4 K qv a ... 1 I RICHARD j. PITTMAN B.S. Southern Oregon College Eugene, Oregon PLOUTAREHOS I. POULIOS B.S., B.A. University of Denver Portland, Maine ROBERT W. PRIEBE B.S. California State Polytechnic College Woodland Hills, California ROGER W. RAE B.S.C. University of Iowa Marcus, Iowa HEATON H. RANDALL B.A. University of Washington Seattle, Washington CHARLES B. RATLIFF A.B. University of Southern California Lajolla, California RICHARD A. REDDER B.S. University of Minnesota Canby, Minnesota WILLIAM M. REES JR. B.S. Michigan State University Toledo, Ohio RICHARD M. RENDE B.S. Fordham University West Hempstead, New York KAREN F. RICE B.A. University of Oregon Portland, Oregon JULIO A. RIGOLI B.S. University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona HOWARD Q. ROBERTSON B.S.A. University of Arizona Mesa, Arizona MALCOUMBE C. ROBERTSON B.A. Northwestern University Lafayette, Indiana HERBERT J. ROE B.S., B.A. University of Arizona Riverton, Wyoming JOSEPH W. ROSA B.A. San Diego State College San Diego, California DONALD G. ROSELLINI B.A. Texas Western Chicago, Illinois JOHN K. ROUSH A.B. University of California, Berkeley Orinda, California CANUTO SANCHEZ JR. B.S. New Mexico A8cM State College Santa Rosa, New Mexico GERALD M. SCHLOSSER B.S. University of San Francisco San Leandro, California DANIEL W. SCHMITT B.A. Montana State University Billings, Montana DONALD H. SCHMOLDT B.A. University of Minnesota Grand Forks, North Dakota ERSKINE A. SEAY JR. B.A. Vanderbilt University M.A. Mexico City College Griffin, Georgia MARVIN J. SEKTNAN B.A. University of Minnesota St. Paul, Minnesota JOHN S. SHANNON B.A. University of California, Berkeley Jamestown, New York ERNEST C. SHEPPEARD B.S. San Diego State College Rialto, California JOHN J. SHERMAN JR. B.A. Dickinson College Coopersburg, Pennsylvania RONALD V. SIGLER B.S. University of Oregon Parkdale, Oregon FREDERICK P. S. SILL B.A. Trinity College Balboa Heights, Canal Zone WILLIAM L. SILLIK University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona LOREN D. SMITH B.A. Stanford University Palo Alto, California DEAN STAMATIOU A.B. West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia RUDI STELLING Bauschule Der Hansestadt Hamburg Hamburg, Germany JAMES A. THAYER B.S. Arizona State College, Tempe Tucson, Arizona GORDON J. TILLOTSON B.S. Oklahoma State University Oklahoma City, Oklahoma JAMES W. TRAHERN JR. B.A. College of the Pacific San Lorenzo, California THOMAS C. TRAUGER B.A. Colorado University South Pasadena, California afar, ' -' J ..,., g f my 1 I ' if "a""'QlB"1 , t' ,uw ig 13 '42 mglfg. V . I Wa I ' I C125 3 352543 MDM ti'- -Owl' W MARJORIE J. TUGGLE B.A. University of Oregon Silverton, California CURTIS O. VANDIVER B.B.A. Texas Technological College Lubbock, Texas PHILIP G. VAN OSDOL B.S. Indiana University Rushville, Indiana ROBERT J. VECELLIO B.A. Colgate University Groton, New York ALLEN J. VORNSAND A.B. University of Illinois Hinsdale, Illinois PIETER A. VOS B.A. University of Oregon Dordreeht, Holland WALTER H. WAECHTER JR. B.A. Amherst College Glenside, Pennsylvania LEROY L. WAGNER B.S, Pennsylvania State University Middletown, Pennsylvania UNO U. WAHREN B.S. University of Houston Lunsberg, Sweden ALLEN L. WAIT B.B.A. North Texas State Sherman, Texas JESSE O. WEAVER University of Illinois Steele, Missouri JAN D. 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WHITNEY Auto PARTS I7 South Ist Avenue TEAmo AzTEcA and WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY 306 E. Washington PHOENIX 333 E. Glendale Avenue Congratulations to the AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR FOREIGN TRADE for blazing a new trail in the field of trade and human relations . . . nuestros meiores deseos y felicidades HHHIIIJ S ADAMS AT FIRST STREET "We mvzte V011 to 1 t our new Vnrsltv .Shop for authentic' . . , . - ' Ivy ,stylv clothzng . . . its adjacent to our zlmvrzmwzz xtore. aw1r25 'l'3'i-llll gn .I 3 llllllll i g' r 'iii' u:1lll'f Il ll- I l ll iiel l'lANNY'S DOWNTOWN I'lANNY'S SCOTTSDALE HANNY'S VARSITY SHOP K, ..,. x I-I .M- 'P '61 wr is gg. N. fi " r 5,43 K .A 13.3 rg x .KN .,,, Hr! S' NJ X- f 'fill 'H ' fUz"'a " N K 1 fi x I ' ...... as it , -,W In .fa - ' ' ' A I 3 'I' E in I as I 2 1 -. -:TNA ssc., "" if --... .Iii Tm' hwmx.-RQ? -gf' If , so WW,,Quw,TWT'1' " i "Someday l'd like a business of my own!" 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