Arnold Eddy Volunteer Service Award
In 1992, in honor of Arnold Eddy, who served as Permanent Master of
the Society from 1942 to 1955, the Skull and Dagger Society established the Arnold Eddy
Volunteer Service Award. The award is presented annually at the Initiation Breakfast to a
current member of the Society who has demonstrated exemplary volunteer service to the
University of Southern California.
The 2007 recipient is Hilton A. Green (68):
Hilton A. Green (1968) has been selected to receive the Arnold Eddy Volunteer
Service Award for 2007. The Eddy Award is presented annually to that member of
the Society whose volunteer service to the University of Southern California is
exemplary. Mr. Green has had an outstanding career as a motion picture producer
and director. He was a production manager with Alfred Hitchcock for 25 years
and was president of H&H Productions, Inc. before his retirement in 1996. He is
a member of the Directors Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences.
While a student at USC, he was a member of the football team from 1947 to 1951,
served as president of his fraternity Phi Kappa Psi, and was a member of the
Trojan Knights. After graduation, he served in the US Army. Mr. Green has been
very involved in alumni activities, including serving as president of the Trojan
Club, Cardinal and Gold, and of the Athletic Advisory Board. He received an
Alumni Service Award in 1981. Mr. Green is a past president of the USC Alumni
Association and served as a member of the USC Board of Trustees from 1990 to
1994. He is married to Helen Harker Green (LAS ’52) and all three of his
children, Wendy, Pamela and Brad, attended USC.