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1 In the American Civil War, at least 185 Phi Gamma Deltas served in the [link] Army. 38340
2 John Ritter (Southern California, 1970): Actor, Three's Company, Hearts Afire and 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter. 6791
3 Calvin Coolidge (Amherst, 1895): Thirtieth President of the United States of America 5354
4 John W. "Johnny" Carson (Nebraska, 1949): Former host, NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. 3306
5 Scott Bakula (Kansas, 1977): Actor, Quantum Leap, Murphy Brown, Star Trek: Enterprise. 2835
6 Morgan Spurlock (NYU, 1993): Independent Movie Director, creator of Supersize Me. 2519
7 Matthew C. Fox (Columbia, 1989): Actor, Party of Five, Lost. 2393
8 Seth Meyers (Northwestern University, 1996): TV Cast Member, Head Writer, Saturday Night Live. 2097
9 Dermot Mulroney (Northwestern University, 1985): Actor, My Best Friend's Wedding, About Schmidt, The Wedding Date, The Family Stone. 2061
10 Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio 1706
11 Jack Nicklaus (Ohio State, 1961) 1587
12 E. B. White (Cornell, 1921): Novelist, author of Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, amongst other literary works. 1523
13 Jim Gaffigan (Purdue University, 1987): Comedian. 1365
14 Christy Mathewson (Bucknell, 1902) (elected in the first class in 1936) 1216
15 Rob Riggle University of Kansas: Actor, Comedian, "The Hangover, "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart", "Saturday Night Live" 1208
16 Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts 1067
17 Dr. Norman Vincent Peale (Ohio Wesleyan, 1920): Theologian, author of The Power of Positive Thinking 961
18 Robert Bork ( [link]): Judge of United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1982–1988; United States Attorney General, October 20, 1973 – December 17, 1973. 947
19 McLean Stevenson (Illinois Wesleyan, 1948): Actor, M*A*S*H (TV Series). 937
20 Payne Stewart (Southern Methodist, 1979) 895
21 Brian D. Griese (Michigan, 1997): Professional football player, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears 885
22 Byron R. White (Colorado, 1938): Former Supreme Court Justice; College Football Hall of Fame 757
23 College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Indiana 659
24 Eugene Cernan (Purdue, 1956): Former astronaut, Apollo and Gemini space programs, last man to walk on the moon. 652
25 Dean Smith (Kansas, 1953) 569
26 Tom Peters (Cornell University, 1964): Author of In Search of Excellence. 535
27 Joseph R. Kerrey (Nebraska, 1965): U.S. Senator, Nebraska; Former Governor of Nebraska 490
28 Mike Pence (Hanover College, 1981): U.S. House of Representatives, Indiana 489
29 Robert Gant (University of Pennsylvania): Actor, Queer as Folk (North American TV series) , Gay Rights Advocate. 489
30 Jack Swigert (Colorado, 1953): Former astronaut, Apollo program. 485
31 Harry C. "Skip" Caray, Jr. (Missouri, 1961): Announcer, Atlanta Braves 436
32 John Cappelletti (Penn State, 1974) (inducted 1993) 421
33 Bob McGrath (Michigan, 1954); "Bob" on Sesame Street. 420
34 Major General Lew Wallace (DePauw initiate): United States Army. A Lieutenant in the U.S.-Mexican War, a Union officer in the Civil War, later Governor of New Mexico Territory and Ambassador to Turkey. Author of Ben Hur. 375
35 Roger Penske (Lehigh, 1959): Co-founder of Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART); owner of Penske Racing, winner of 15 Indianapolis 500s and 9 CART points titles; billionaire 361
36 World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida 353
37 Thomas R. Marshall (Wabash, 1873): Twenty-Eighth Vice President of the United States 314
38 From Acadia University to Wittenberg University, many [link] have been named for Phi Gams. 308
39 Charles W. Fairbanks (Ohio Wesleyan, 1872): Twenty-Sixth Vice President of the United States; Namesake, Fairbanks, Alaska 305
40 Bill Geist (Illinois, 1967): Best selling author, Emmy award-winning journalist and contributor to CBS Sunday Morning. 266
41 Bobby Rahal (Denison University, 1975): Race Car Driver, winner of Indianapolis 500 239
42 Herbert H. Lehman (Williams College, 1899): Humanitarian; four-term Governor of New York; United States Senator from New York; Colonel in the US Army during World War I. 225
43 Radney Foster (Sewanee, 1982): Country music singer/songwriter; "Nobody Wins", "Just Call Me Lonesome". 210
44 Greg Schiano (Bucknell, 1988): Head coach, Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team. Brought Rutgers from being winless in the Big East in 2001 to a #12 national ranking and a Texas Bowl victory over Kansas State in 2006. 194
45 Canadian Football Hall of Fame in Hamilton, Ontario 168
46 Hale Irwin (Colorado, 1967) 165
47 Bob Mathias (Stanford, 1953) 162
48 Newton D. Baker (Johns Hopkins, 1892): Former Secretary of War 154
49 Clayton Bennett (Oklahoma, 1981): Chairman of the Professional Basketball Club, owner of the Oklahoma City Thunder professional basketball team; billionaire 148
50 Admiral (ret.) William J. Crowe, Jr. (Oklahoma, 1946): Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Ambassador to the United Kingdom 141
51 Frank Iacobucci (British Columbia, 1962): Former Justice, Supreme Court of Canada 139
52 Tom Yawkey (Yale, 1925) (elected in 1980) 136
53 Ron Lancaster (Wittenberg, 1960) 135
54 Brian Lamb (Purdue, 1963): Founder and host, C-SPAN. 135
55 Roone Arledge (Columbia, 1952): Former President, ABC News and Sports; first producer of Wide World of Sports; creator of Monday Night Football, 20/20, ABC World News Tonight, Nightline, This Week and Primetime Live. Won a total of 37 Emmy awards and is in the Television Hall of Fame. 126
56 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Baltimore, Maryland 121
57 Paul Kangas (Michigan, 1959): Anchor and Commentator, Nightly Business Report. 117
58 Cory Morrow (Texas Tech, 1990): "Texas Country" singer/songwriter. 112
59 Charles W. "Chic" Harley (Ohio State, 1919) (inducted in the first class, 1951) 105
60 Sal Bando (Arizona State, 1966): Professional baseball player Kansas City Athletics, Oakland Athletics, Milwaukee Brewers, and General Manager, Milwaukee Brewers 102
61 Frank O'Bannon (Indiana, 1952): Former Governor of Indiana 95
62 Billy Cundiff (Drake University, 2002): Professional football player, Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens 92
63 Hugh Millen (Washington, 1986): Professional football player, Los Angeles Rams, Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, Denver Broncos 89
64 Dave Revsine (Northwestern University, 1991): Sportscaster, ESPN. 86
65 David H. DePatie (Sewanee, 1951): Film Producer, producer of animated cartoons. 86
66 1956 U.S. Basketball team (Bill Hougland (Kansas, 1952)) 85
67 Mark Loretta (Northwestern University, 1993): Professional baseball player, Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, winner, Hutch Award 84
68 Edmund C. Lynch (Johns Hopkins University, 1907) A founder of Merrill Lynch investment company. 84
69 Peter O'Malley (University of Pennsylvania): Former President and owner, Los Angeles Dodgers 76
70 Victor G. Atiyeh (Oregon, 1945): Former Governor of Oregon 69
71 General Robert L. Eichelberger (Ohio State, 1907): United States Army. Superintendent of West Point; Commander of the Eighth US Army in the South West Pacific theater in World War II. 67
72 Will Cuppy (Chicago, 1907): Humorist, author of The Decline and Fall of Practically Everybody. 65
73 Roger Wehrli (Missouri, 1968) (inducted 2007) 63
74 Jerry Pate (Alabama, 1974): Professional golfer; winner, 1976 U.S. Open 61
75 General Bruce K. Holloway (Tennessee, 1933): United States Air Force. Member of the Flying Tigers, becoming commander after the Flying Tigers became 23rd Fighter Group. Shot down 13 enemy aircraft. Commanded the Air Force's first jet-equipped fighter group. Commanded USAFE, was appointed Vice Chief of Staff, USAF and was Commander-in-Chief of Strategic Air Command. 56
76 Tony Gabriel (Syracuse, 1971) 54
77 Ralph Morgan (Columbia, 1904): Actor; Co-founder, charter member and first president of the Screen Actors Guild. 54
78 Chuck Hyatt (Pittsburgh, 1930) 53
79 Tim Finchem (Richmond, 1969): PGA Tour commissioner 51
80 Patrick McGovern (MIT, 1959): Chairman of the Board, International Data Group; founder of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research; billionaire 50
81 United States Olympic Hall of Fame 49
82 Clifford Carlson (Pittsburgh, 1918) 48
83 Edwin Sweetland (Cornell, 1899): first salaried basketball coach of the Kentucky Wildcats and head football coach at Syracuse, Ohio State, Colgate, Kentucky, Miami University, West Virginia, and Tulane 46
84 John C. Cushman III (Colgate University, 1963) 46
85 Howard Cann (NYU, 1918) 45
86 General George Decker (Lafayette, 1924): United States Army. Chief of Staff, United States Army (1960–1962). 44
87 Rob Johnson (Depauw University) – Emmy Award winning News Anchor 43
88 William Reid (Colgate, 1918) 41
89 Keith Carney (University of Maine, 1991): Professional hockey player for Buffalo Sabres, Chicago Blackhawks, Phoenix Coyotes, Anaheim Ducks, Vancouver Canucks,and the Minnesota Wild 40
90 Oswald Tower (Williams, 1907) 38
91 William Beattie Feathers (Tennessee, 1934) (inducted 1955) 37
92 Denny Shute (Western Reserve 1927) 35
93 Wilber Marion Brucker (Michigan, 1916): Governor of Michigan (1931–1933); Secretary of the Army (1955–1961). 34
94 Tom Ryan (Rhode Island, 1975): President and CEO, CVS 33
95 Alphonzo E. Bell, Jr. (Occidental, 1938): U.S. House of Representatives, California for eight terms; Republican National Committee; the southern California communities of Bell, Bell Gardens and are named after his family. 33
96 United States Bicycling Hall of Fame in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey 33
97 John Gottschalk (Nebraska, 1965) 24
98 Les Richter (California @ Berkeley, 1952) (inducted 1982) 22
99 Francis "Reds" Bagnell (Pennsylvania, 1951) (inducted 1977) 21
100 Donald Randall Richberg (University of Chicago, 1901): Head of the National Recovery Administration, composer of several Fiji songs. 21
101 Myles Lane (Dartmouth, 1928) (inducted 1970) 20
102 Holden Bowler (University of Idaho, 1931): Singer in the Robert Shaw Chorale and namesake of J.D. Salinger's character Holden Caulfield. 20
103 Charles E. Rushmore (College of the City of New York, 1876): Namesake, Mount Rushmore National Memorial 18
104 Ross Lockridge, Jr. (Indiana, 1935): Novelist, author of Raintree County. 18
105 Marcus Hurley (Columbia, 1908) 17
106 Mike Huff (Northwestern University, 1985): Professional baseball player, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Toronto Blue Jays 17
107 James J. Stukel (Purdue University); 15th President, University of Illinois 15
108 William Adolphus Graham IV (Bucknell, 1962): Chairman and CEO of the Graham Company and a Bucknell University trustee. 15
109 Luis Moro (Rutgers University 1987), actor, filmmaker, writer, best known for his history making-film Love and Suicide, which made him the first American to break the embargo on Cuba to film a feature there. 14
110 RADM Robert D. Rielly, Jr (Washington, 1975): United States Navy. Commander, Military Sealift Command. Former Commander, USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Carrier Strike Group. 13
111 Chet Upham (Texas, 1945): Founder of Upham Oil and Gas in Mineral Wells, Texas, and former state Republican chairman 9
112 Thomas A. Desjardin (Florida State, 1986): Author and Civil War scholar. 8
113 Major General LeRoy P. Hunt (California, 1914): United States Marine Corps. Commander, 5th Marines at the battle of Guadalcanal. 7
114 Gene McEver (Tennessee, 1931) (inducted 1954) 5
115 The Most Rev. Edmond Lee Browning (Sewanee, 1952): 24th Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America < 5
116 William C. Schmeisser (Johns Hopkins, 1902) < 5
117 Robert S. McNamara (California, 1937): Former United States Secretary of Defense < 5
118 Win Lyle (Auburn University, 1989): placekicker at Auburn University, placekicker at Phoenix Cardinals < 5
119 Philip H. Knight (Oregon, 1959): Co-Founder, Owner & President, Nike Corporation; billionaire < 5
120 Frank Norris (California, 1894): Author of The Octopus and McTeague. < 5
121 Jess Jackson (California, 1952): Billionaire wine entrepreneur; namesake of Kendall-Jackson winery and majority owner of Curlin: the 2007 Preakness Stakes winner, 2007 Belmont Stakes second place finisher, and 2007 Kentucky Derby third place finisher. < 5
122 Earl "Dutch" Clark (Colorado College, 1933) (inducted 1963) < 5
123 Jack Creighton (University of Pittsburgh, Ohio State University, 1954) < 5


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