Notable Knights of the Baltimore City College

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Baltimore City College, also referred to as B.C.C., City, City College, and The Castle on the Hill, is the third oldest continuously public high school in the United States. This article is about Notable Knights of the Baltimore City College, that is, graduates of BCC.

Since being established by an act of the Baltimore City Council in 1839, hundreds of influential civic, political, business, commercial, industrial, and cultural leaders have passed through its doors. Many graduates of City College have served as members of the United States Congress and the Maryland General Assembly, federal and circuit judges, award-winning journalists; leaders in business, commerce, the military, the sciences, and the arts. This list includes three former Governors of Maryland and recipients of the Nobel Prize, th Pulitzer Prize, and the Wolf Prize. Of the seven Maryland recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor between World War I and World War II, three were graduates of the Baltimore City College. Numerous bridges, buildings, craters, highways, institutions, monuments, and professorships have been named for B.C.C. alumni.

Arts and entertainment[edit]

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Chalker
Glass
Tucker
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Adler, LarryLarry Adler 1931[1] Musician[2]
Bartz, GaryGary Bartz 1958 Jazz musician, Grammy Award winner
Bernstein, Morris LouisMorris Louis Bernstein 1928[3] Abstract expressionist painter
Baker, RussellRussell Baker 1943[4] Writer, reporter, columnist for The New York Times and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, who wrote about "City" and his youth in Baltimore in his memoir Growing Up (1982)
Chalker, Jack L.Jack L. Chalker 1962 Author of over 50 science fiction/fantasy novels
DeShields, AndréAndré DeShields 1964 Broadway actor, Tony Award nominee
Engelman, Peter G.Peter G. Engelman 1957 Author, writer, publisher, speaker, certified public accountant
Glass, PhilipPhilip Glass 1954*[5] Avant garde composer[6]
Glushakow, JacobJacob Glushakow 1933[7] Painter; works are in permanent collections at the Baltimore Museum of Art, The Phillips Collection, and Metropolitan Museum of Art
Goodman, AlAl Goodman 1918[8] Musician, conductor
Horton, Edward EverettEdward Everett Horton 1904[3] Character actor in film, television, and stage
Kaufman, MillardMillard Kaufman 1933[9] Author, screenwriter; helped create the film/television cartoon character of Mr. Magoo
Kihn, GregGreg Kihn 1967?[10] Rock musician, radio host
Klavan, GeneGene Klavan 1940[3] Radio talk show host in Washington, D.C. and New York
Kramer, ReubenReuben Kramer 1925 Abstract sculptor[11]
LeCompte, RowanRowan LeCompte 1942 Stained glass artist, National Cathedral[12]
Matthews, DavidDavid Matthews 1984 Author[13]
T. Garrison Morfit (Garry Moore) 1933 TV variety show host
Parker, RoyalRoyal Parker 1946 News anchor WBAL-TV, TV variety show host[14]
Pirosh, RobertRobert Pirosh 1928[3] Writer, won Oscar and Golden Globe for screenplay of Battleground
Robbins, FredFred Robbins 1937 Television and radio host
Rock, WoodyWoody Rock 1993 Singer, member of Dru Hill
Shapiro, KarlKarl Shapiro 1932 Poet; literary critic; professor, Johns Hopkins University; Pulitzer Prize winner
Siegel, EliEli Siegel 1919[15] Poet and founder of Aesthetic Realism
Tucker, MichaelMichael Tucker 1962 Actor, appeared in L.A. Law and Diner
Uris, LeonLeon Uris 1942*[16][17] Writer, author of Exodus and other literary classics
Warren, Charles M.Charles M. Warren 1930 Television and film writer, producer. Director of long-running western TV series Gunsmoke; writer and creator, Rawhide; writer, Playhouse 90 drama anthology series; producer, The Iron Horse[18]
Wood, Charles Erskine ScottCharles Erskine Scott Wood 1870*[19] Author, civil libertarian, and attorney[20]
Weisgall, HugoHugo Weisgall 1929[3] Composer

Business[edit]

Embry
Hormats
Rubenstein
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Abercrombie, David T.David T. Abercrombie 1887[21] Founder of Abercrombie & Fitch
Cordish, David S.David S. Cordish 1956[22] President and Chairman of the Cordish Company
Embry Jr., Robert C.Robert C. Embry Jr. 1955[23] President, Abell Foundation (named for the founder of the local Baltimore Sun), Baltimore City Housing Commissioner (1968–1977)[24]
Haskins Jr., JosephJoseph Haskins Jr. 1967[25] President and C.E.O.of the Harbor Bank of Maryland[26]
Hormats, Robert D.Robert D. Hormats 1961[27] Under Secretary of State for Economic, Business, and Agricultural Affairs, Vice Chair of Goldman Sachs[28]
Krieger, ZanvylZanvyl Krieger 1924[29] Lawyer, entrepreneur, philanthropist; co-founder of Baltimore Colts[30]
Mechanic, Morris A.Morris A. Mechanic 1915[31] Entrepreneur, builder of the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre
McCormick, Charles P.Charles P. McCormick 1916[32] Business tycoon, and president of McCormick & Company
Meyerhoff, JosephJoseph Meyerhoff 1915[32] Business tycoon, and former President of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Motz, John E.John E. Motz 1930[33] President, Mercantile Bank & Trust Company, Baltimore
Myers, IsraelIsrael Myers 1927 Founder of London Fog, originator of the London Fog coat[34]
Rapoport, MortonMorton Rapoport 1952[3] M.D., CEO, University of Maryland Medical System
Resnick, MartinMartin Resnick 1949[3] Founder, Martins West-Martins Caterers
Rosenbloom, CarrollCarroll Rosenbloom 1926[35] Former owner of Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams (NFL)
Rubenstein, DavidDavid Rubenstein 1966 Business tycoon and co-founder of The Carlyle Group[36]
Schuerholz, JohnJohn Schuerholz 1958 President, Atlanta Braves (MLB)
Straus, Harry L.Harry L. Straus 1913[37] Electrical engineer and business tycoon
Tyler, Jr., Calvin E.Calvin E. Tyler, Jr. 1960[3] Philanthropist; Senior VP, United Parcel Service

Clergy and education[edit]

Ford
West
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Adams, Thomas SewallThomas Sewall Adams 1897 Economist, Yale University; President, American Economic Association (1927)
Bryant, John RichardJohn Richard Bryant 1961[27] Bishop, Fifth Episcopal District, African Methodist Episcopal Church
Colbert, Isaac M.Isaac M. Colbert 1964 Dean for Graduate Studies, MIT (1999–present)[38]
Chesney, Alan M.Alan M. Chesney 1905[39] Dean, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Fischer, John HenryJohn Henry Fischer 1927[35] President, Teachers College, Columbia University; Superintendent, Baltimore City Public School System, enforced the desegregation of the school system[40]
Ford, Henry JonesHenry Jones Ford 1868[41] Political scientist, Johns Hopkins University, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University; President, American Political Science Association
Hackerman, NormanNorman Hackerman 1928[3] Chemist; president, Rice University and the University of Texas at Austin; National Medal of Science; Vannevar Bush Award (1993)
Howell, William W.William W. Howell 1878[42] Dean, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1899–1911)
Hertzberg, ArthurArthur Hertzberg 1928[21] Former President, American Jewish Congress
Latane, John H.John H. Latane 1889[21] Dean of Faculty, Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Lemay, LeoLeo Lemay 1953[42] Biographer of Benjamin Franklin, du Pont Winterthur Professor of English at the University of Delaware
Maass, ArthurArthur Maass 1935[43] Political scientist, Harvard University (1948–1984)
Morrill, William K.William K. Morrill 1921[44] Dean of Students, Mathematician, Johns Hopkins University; member, Lacrosse Museum and National Hall of Fame[45]
Rogers, LindsayLindsay Rogers 1908[46] Burgess Professor of Public Law, Columbia University (1920–1959); Director, Social Science Research Council (1934–36),[46] and prolific writer.[citation needed]
Straughn, William R.William R. Straughn 1902[39] Founding President, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania[47]
Schmoke, KurtKurt Schmoke 1967[25] President, University of Baltimore, former Dean, Howard University School of Law; 46th Mayor, City of Baltimore
Walker, Jr., Orris G.Orris G. Walker, Jr. 1960 Fist African American Bishop of the Episcopal Church
David E. Weglein 1894[1] Longest serving superintendent, Baltimore City Public School System[48]
West, HenryHenry West 1888[1] President, Towson University; Superintendent, Baltimore City Public School System

Government and politics[edit]

Congress[edit]

Cardin
Cummings
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Booze, William SamuelWilliam Samuel Booze 1879 U.S. Congressman, Maryland's 3rd congressional district (1897–1899)
Cardin, Benjamin L.Benjamin L. Cardin 1960 U.S. Senator, Maryland (2007 – present); U.S. Congressman, Maryland's 3rd congressional district (1988–2007)
Coady, Charles PearceCharles Pearce Coady 1886[49] U.S. Congressman, Maryland's 3rd congressional district (1913–1921)
Cummings, ElijahElijah Cummings 1969 U.S. Congressman, Maryland's 7th congressional district (1996 – present)
Ruppersberger, Charles A. "Dutch"Charles A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger 1963 U.S. Congressman, Maryland's 2nd congressional district (2003 – present)
Rusk, Harry WellesHarry Welles Rusk 1866 U.S. Congressman, Maryland's 3rd congressional district (1886–1897)
Symington, III, William StuartWilliam Stuart Symington, III 1918[8] U.S. Senator, Missouri (1953–1976); 1st United States Secretary of the Air Force (1947–1950)[50]

Governors[edit]

Schaefer
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Mandel, MarvinMarvin Mandel 1937[51] 56th Governor of Maryland[52]
Nice, HarryHarry Nice 1898[53] 50th Governor of Maryland
Schaefer, William DonaldWilliam Donald Schaefer 1939[54] 60th Governor of Maryland; 44th Mayor of Baltimore; 32nd Comptroller of Maryland

State legislature[edit]

Anderson
McDonough
Rosenberg
Lapides
Stone
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Anderson, CurtCurt Anderson 1967[25] Delegate, District 43, Baltimore City (1983–1995), (2003 – present); chairman of the Baltimore City Delegation
Cardin, MeyerMeyer Cardin 1926[3] Delegate (1936–38); Judge, Baltimore City Supreme Bench[55]
DiPietro, Jr., Anthony M.Anthony M. DiPietro, Jr. 1953[56] Delegate, District 46, Baltimore City (1979–1994)[57]
Fulton, TonyTony Fulton 1968 Delegate, District 40, Baltimore City (1987–2005)[58]
Hergenroeder, Jr., Henry R.Henry R. Hergenroeder, Jr. 1961[3] Delegate, District 43, Baltimore County and Baltimore City (1967–1992)
LaMotte, Lawrence A.Lawrence A. LaMotte 1966 Delegate, District 5B, Baltimore County (1983–1994)
Levin, Ervin "Ted"Ervin "Ted" Levin 1962 Delegate, District 11, Baltimore County(1975–1994)[59]
McDonough, PatPat McDonough 1964[60] Delegate, District 7 Baltimore County (1979–1983), (2003–present)
Muth, Charles "Bucky"Charles "Bucky" Muth 1955 Delegate, District 43, Baltimore City (1983–1987)[61]
Phillips, Wendell F.Wendell F. Phillips 1982 Delegate, District 41, Baltimore City (1999–2003)[62]
Riley, B. DanielB. Daniel Riley 1964 Delegate, District 34, Harford County (1999–2003), (2007–present)
Robey, Jr., Frank C.Frank C. Robey, Jr. 1954 Delegate, District 44, Baltimore City (1971–1983)[63]
Rosenberg, Samuel I.Samuel I. Rosenberg 1968 Delegate, District 41, Baltimore City (1983–present)[64]
Silver, Edgar P.Edgar P. Silver 1940 Delegate, District 5, Baltimore City (1955–1965)[65]
Sklar, Steven V.Steven V. Sklar 1960 Delegate, District 41, Baltimore City (1969–82)[66]
Spector, Allen B.Allen B. Spector 1952 Delegate, District 5, Baltimore City (1966–1970); Councilman, Baltimore City Council (1971–1977)[67]
Stewart, William A.William A. Stewart 1843[1] Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates (1868); Delegate (1852–1854)[68]
Buffington, J. RaymondJ. Raymond Buffington 1929 State Senator (1959–1962); Delegate (1942–50)[69]
Della, George W.George W. Della 1928[70] President of the Maryland Senate (1951–1954), (1959–1962); State Senator (1941–1962)[71]
Hughes, Ralph M.Ralph M. Hughes 1966 State Senator, District 40, Baltimore City (1991–2007); Delegate (1983–1991)[72]
Lapides, Julian L.Julian L. Lapides 1949 State Senator, District 44, Baltimore City (1967–1994)[73]
McFadden, Nathaniel J.Nathaniel J. McFadden 1964[60] State Senator, District 45, Baltimore City (1995–present)
Norris, William I.William I. Norris 1929[3] President of the Maryland Senate (1920–1922); State Senator, District 1, Baltimore City (1916–1922); Delegate, District 1, Baltimore City (1904)[74]
Steinberg, MelvinMelvin Steinberg 1950[3] Lieutenant Governor (1986–1994); President of Maryland State Senate (1983–1986); State Senator (1967–1986) [75]
Jr., Norman R. Stone,Norman R. Stone, Jr. 1953 State Senator, District 45, Baltimore County (1966–present)

Judiciary[edit]

Stewart
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Alpert, Paul E.Paul E. Alpert 1953[76] Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Judge (1982–1995); Baltimore County Circuit Court, Judge (1977–82); District Court (1972–77); Maryland House of Delegates, Delegate, Baltimore County (1967–73)[77]
Anderson, Arthur A.Arthur A. Anderson 1932 Circuit Court, Anne Arundel County, Judge
Bacharach, Carl W.Carl W. Bacharach 1938[78] District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1971–1992); Maryland House of Delegates, Delegate, District 5, Baltimore City (1951–1962)[79]
Baer, Thomas S.Thomas S. Baer 1858[80] Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, Judge (1903–1906)[81]
Bartels, John RiesJohn Ries Bartels 1915 United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, Judge (1959–1997)
Bass, H. GaryH. Gary Bass 1960 District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1983–present)[82]
Beck, Raymond A.Raymond A. Beck 1956 Circuit Court, Carroll County, Judge (1990–2005); State Senator, Carroll County (1982–1990); Maryland House of Delegates, Delegate, Carroll County (1972–1982)[83]
Brizendine, Austin W.Austin W. Brizendine 1956 Circuit Court, Baltimore County, Judge (1978–1985)[84]
Brown, EmanuelEmanuel Brown 1971[85] District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1998–present)[86]
Blum, Albert H.Albert H. Blum 1917 Municipal Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1970s)[87]
Ciotola, Joseph A.Joseph A. Ciotola 1938 District Court, Baltimore City, Administrative Judge (1980s–1990s)[88]
Cullen, James K.James K. Cullen 1917 Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, Judge (1952–1970)[89]
Dove, Webster C.Webster C. Dove 1941 Baltimore County, trial magistrate[90]
Dugan, Robert N. Robert N. Dugan 1960[3] Circuit Court, Baltimore County, Judge (2000–present)[91]
Fletcher, Darryl G.Darryl G. Fletcher 1965[3] District Court, Baltimore County, Judge (1994–present)[92]
France, II, Ralph H.Ralph H. France, II 1958 District Court, Washington County, Judge (1995–present)[93]
Friedman, Sol J.Sol J. Friedman 1936[1] District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1973–1991)[94]
Gatewood, AskewAskew Gatewood 1968 District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1984–present)[95]
Hammerman, Robert I. H.Robert I. H. Hammerman 1946 Circuit Court, Baltimore City, Chief Judge (1984–1998), Judge (1967–1998)
Hammond, Francis HallFrancis Hall Hammond 1919 Maryland Court of Appeals, Chief Judge (1966–1971), Judge (1952–1966)
Harris, Charles D.Charles D. Harris 1924[96] Chief Judge, Supreme Bench of Baltimore City (1962–1976)
Hinkel, J. WilliamJ. William Hinkel 1950[97] Circuit Court Baltimore County (1981–2002), District Court, Baltimore County (1971–1981)[98]
Horne, Thomas D.Thomas D. Horne 1961 Circuit Court Loudoun County (Virginia) (1982– ),[99]
Janey, Neal M.Neal M. Janey 1966[100] District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1980–1985)[101]
Kircher, Martin A.Martin A. Kircher 1948 District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1973–2000), Delegate, Baltimore City (1963–1973)[102]
Lamdin, I. SewellI. Sewell Lamdin 1936 Municipal Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1968–1988)[103]
Lamdin, Bruce S.Bruce S. Lamdin 1965 District Court, Baltimore County, Judge (2002–present)[104]
Land, Marvin J.Marvin J. Land 1936[1] Circuit Court, Baltimore County, Judge (1971–1980)[105]
Levin, Marshal A.Marshal A. Levin 1947[106] Circuit Court Baltimore City (1971–2004),[106]
Levitz, Dana M.Dana M. Levitz 1966 Circuit Court Baltimore County (1981–2002),[107]
Marbury, OgleOgle Marbury 1899[21] Maryland Court of Appeals, Chief Judge (1944–1952), Judge (1941–1944)
Menchine, William AlbertWilliam Albert Menchine. 1925[3] Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Judge (1972–1977)[108]
Moser, Herman M.Herman M. Moser 1917[109] Circuit Court, Baltimore, Judge (1944–1956)
Moylan, Jr., Charles E.Charles E. Moylan, Jr. 1949[3] Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Judge (1970–2000)[110]
Murnaghan, Jr., Francis D.Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr. 1937[51] United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Circuit Judge (1979–2000)[111]
Oppenheimer, ReubenReuben Oppenheimer 1917[112] Maryland Court of Appeals, Judge (1964–1967)[112]
Oshrine, TheodoreTheodore Oshrine 1966 District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1985–present)[113]
Pines, Joseph I.Joseph I. Pines 1939[114] Circuit Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1980–1992)
Prevas, John N.John N. Prevas 1964[3] Circuit Court, Baltimore City, Chief Judge (2006–2010), Judge (1986–2010) [115]
Jr., William D. QuarlesWilliam D. Quarles Jr. 1965 United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Judge (2003–present) [116]
Resnick, AlanAlan Resnick 1946[3] District Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1974–1998)
Rose, John CarterJohn Carter Rose 1877 (left to attend University of Maryland) United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Circuit Judge (1922–1927) United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Judge (1910–1922); U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland (1898–1910)
Seidler, I. MarshallI. Marshall Seidler 1953 District Court, Baltimore County, Judge (1998–2004)[117]
Sfekas, C. JamesC. James Sfekas 1970[3] District Court, Howard County, Judge (1998–2002)
Sfekas, James S.James S. Sfekas 1934[118] Circuit Court, Baltimore County, Judge (1980–1988)
Sfekas, Stephen J.Stephen J. Sfekas 1964[119] Circuit Court, Baltimore, Judge (2010–)
Sklar, Albert L.Albert L. Sklar 1929[120] Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, Judge (1964–1981); Maryland House of Delegates, Delegate, District 4, Baltimore City(1939–1954)[121]
Singley, Frederick J.Frederick J. Singley 1930 United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Judge, Maryland Court of Appeals 1967–1977[122]
Snyder, A. CecilA. Cecil Snyder 1936[3] Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, Chief Justice (1953–1957), Associate Justice (1942–1953)
Sobeloff, SimonSimon Sobeloff 1909 United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Chief Judge (1958–1964), Circuit Judge (1956–1958); United States Solicitor General (1954–1956)[123]
Sodaro, AnselmAnselm Sodaro 1927 [124] Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, Judge (1956–1980), Chief Judge (1975–1980), Baltimore City State's Attorney (1950–1956)[124]
Soper, Morris AmesMorris Ames Soper 1890[21] United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Circuit Judge (1931–1963)
Sr., Charles Francis Stein,Charles Francis Stein, Sr. 1925[3] Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, Judge (1921–1936)
Steinberg, MarvinMarvin Steinberg 1947[125] Circuit Court, Baltimore City, Judge (1985–1996)
Stewart, William A.William A. Stewart 1843[1] Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, Judge (1882–1893)
Thomas, Edward O. "Ned"Edward O. "Ned" Thomas 1936[126] District and Circuit, Worcester County, Judge
Watkins, Robert DorseyRobert Dorsey Watkins 1918[1] United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Judge (1955–1986)
Wilner, Alan M.Alan M. Wilner 1954 Maryland Court of Appeals, Judge (1996–2007); Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Chief Judge (1990–1996), Judge (1977–1990)
Wright, Jr., AlexanderAlexander Wright, Jr. 1967[25] Judge Maryland Court of Special Appeals (2008– ) Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit,(1998 to 2000) and (2001 to 2002)[127]

Federal government[edit]

Cumming
Hiss
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Cumming, Hugh S.Hugh S. Cumming 1886[1] Surgeon General of the United States (1920–1936)
Hiss, AlgerAlger Hiss 1921[44] U.S. State Department, alleged Soviet Spy
Krongard, Alvin "Buzzy"Alvin "Buzzy" Krongard 1954 Former deputy director of the CIA; former vice-chairman Bankers Trust; former chairman, Alex. Brown & Sons; member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame[128]
Krongard, Howard J.Howard J. Krongard 1957[129] Inspector general of the Department of State (2005–present)
Moses, Alfred H.Alfred H. Moses 1947[1] U.S. Ambassador, Romania
Pierson, Leon H. A.Leon H. A. Pierson 1920 U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland (1957–1961)
Perlman, Philip B.Philip B. Perlman 1908[130] U.S. Solicitor General (1947–1952)

State and local officials[edit]

Anderson
Fine
Hamm
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Anderson, John W. John W. Anderson 1964 Sheriff, Baltimore City (1989–present)[131]
Biddison, Thomas N.Thomas N. Biddison 1924[132] Baltimore City Solicitor 1947–58; member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame[133]
Brown, DevonDevon Brown 1967[134] Director, Washington, D.C. Department of Corrections (2006–present), Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Corrections(2002–2006)[135]
Burch, Francis B.Francis B. Burch 1937[51] Attorney General of Maryland (1966–1974); City Solicitor, Baltimore (1961–1963)[136]
Callahan, DennisDennis Callahan 1958 Mayor of Annapolis (1985–1989)
Cain, John L.John L. Cain 1958 Baltimore City Council, 1st District (1991–2004)[137]
Caplan, ReubinReubin Caplan 1924 Baltimore City Council, 1st District (1963–1979)
Cryor, Michael E.Michael E. Cryor 1964[60] chairman, Maryland Democratic Party[138]
Curran, Martin "Mike"Martin "Mike" Curran 1955 Baltimore City Council, 3rd District (1977–1995)[139]
Cunn, Wilbur "Bill"Wilbur "Bill" Cunningham 1967[25] Baltimore City Council, 3rd District (1988–1996)
Daniel, Ronald L.Ronald L. Daniel 1967[140] Police Commissioner, Baltimore City (1999–2000)[141]
Fine, Stanley S.Stanley S. Fine 1961 Director, Maryland Lottery (1973–1978)[142]
Goodman, Philip H.Philip H. Goodman 1931 42nd Mayor of Baltimore (1962–1963)
Hamm, LeonardLeonard Hamm 1967[143] Police Commissioner, Baltimore City (2005–2007)[144]
Pressman, Hyman A.Hyman A. Pressman 1930[145] Baltimore City Comptroller (1975–1995)[146]
Shading appears where relevant
Democratic Party
Republican Party

Journalism[edit]

Matz
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Bauman, GeorgeGeorge Bauman 1945[3] Reporter, WJZ-TV
Day, JoeJoe Day 1951[3] Reporter, WCVB-TV
Forman, Alan Z.Alan Z. Forman 1957 Managing editor, content director, Voice of Baltimore;[147] former reporter/copy editor, Baltimore Sun
Gunts, BrentBrent Gunts 1935[3] Former VP and General Manager, WBAL-TV
Gwaltney, H. CorbinH. Corbin Gwaltney 1939[148] Founding publisher, The Chronicle of Higher Education and The Chronicle of Philanthropy[149]
Kane, GregoryGregory Kane 1969 Columnist, Baltimore Sun
Matz, RonRon Matz 1964 Reporter, WJZ-TV[150]
Olesker, MichaelMichael Olesker 1963 Former columnist, Baltimore Sun; columnist, The Examiner, author
Owens, HamiltonHamilton Owens 1905[3] Editor-in-chief, Evening Sun,[151] coined Maryland nickname of "the Free State"[152]
Oliver, Jr., John JacobJohn Jacob Oliver, Jr. 1963 CEO and publisher, Afro-American Newspaper[153]
Sandler, GilbertGilbert Sandler 1941 Author, writer for the Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Magazine, and Jewish Times
Steadman, JohnJohn Steadman 1945 Sports Editor, Baltimore Evening Sun[154]

Military[edit]

Memorial plaque for BCC alumniyoung who died in World War I
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Beser, JacobJacob Beser 1938[78] Lt., Army Air Corps, World War II; crew member on the Enola Gay;[155] awarded Silver Star and Distinguished Flying Cross[156]
Billard, Frederick C.Frederick C. Billard 1892[21] Admiral, Commandant of the Coast Guard
Costin, Henry GilbertHenry Gilbert Costin 1916[157] Pfc., US Army, World War I; Medal of Honor[158]
Jachman, Isadore S.Isadore S. Jachman 1939 Sgt., US Army, World War II; Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Purple Heart, Croix de Guerre
Kime, J. WilliamJ. William Kime 1951 Admiral, Commandant of the Coast Guard[159]
Massenburg, Walter B.Walter B. Massenburg 1965 Admiral, Commandant, Naval Air Station Patuxent River[3]
Ricketts, Milton ErnestMilton Ernest Ricketts 1930[145] Lt., US Navy, World War II; Medal of Honor

Science[edit]

Ambati
Dryden
Dunn
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Ambati, BalamuraliBalamurali Ambati 1989 Youngest person to become a doctor[160]
Askey, RichardRichard Askey 1951[161] Mathematician; Askey-Wilson polynomials
Baer, EricEric Baer 1949[3] Polymer and plastics researcher
Berman, EdgarEdgar Berman 1932[162] Surgeon, first to do heart transplant; physician to Hubert Humphrey[163]
Bloom, WilliamWilliam Bloom 1916[31] Pathologist
Caplan, Louis R.Louis R. Caplan 1954[164] Neurologist
Dryden, Hugh LatimerHugh Latimer Dryden 1913[37] National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, NASA
Jr., Wendell E. Dunn,Wendell E. Dunn, Jr. 1938 Chemical engineer, metallurgist
Golomb, Solomon W.Solomon W. Golomb 1949 Mathematician, engineer, inventor of polyominoes
Hackerman, Norman L.Norman L. Hackerman 1928[145] Chemist, former president, University of Texas, Rice University[165]
Howell, William HenryWilliam Henry Howell 1878 Physiologist; pioneer of the use of heparin as a blood anticoagulant; dean, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine[166]
Katz, NicholasNicholas Katz 1960[161] Mathematician; Grothendieck-Katz p-curvature conjecture
Kinsey, LeeLee Kinsey 1920[15] Physicist; astronomer; chairman, Department of Physics, University of California at Los Angeles[167]
Kramer, MortonMorton Kramer 1931[145] Bio-statistician, created international standards in mental health diagnostics
Levin, Simon A.Simon A. Levin 1957 Ecologist, Princeton University
Plitt, Charles C.Charles C. Plitt 1866 Botanist
Resnick, RobertRobert Resnick 1939 Physicist; professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Oersted Medal (1974)
Rodbell, MartinMartin Rodbell 1943[168] Biochemist, molecular endocrinologist; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1994
Sonneborn, Tracy M.Tracy M. Sonneborn 1922[44] Biologist, geneticist
Strasburger, VictorVictor Strasburger 1967 Pediatrician; medical expert on adolescents
Wheeler, John ArchibaldJohn Archibald Wheeler 1927[70] Theoretical physicist; Wolf Prize in Physics[169]
Wolman, AbelAbel Wolman 1909[170] Sanitary engineer; inventor of modern water treatment techniques

Sports[edit]

Varsity Sports Letter
Budnitz
Alumni Class Reasoning for notability
Albert, AlAl Albert 1965 College soccer, head coach, The College of William and Mary (1971–2003)
Armstrong, A. GordonA. Gordon Armstrong 1904 Lacrosse, member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame[171]
Baldwin, BobBob Baldwin 1962 Football, fullback, Baltimore Colts[172]
Bishop, MaxMax Bishop 1921*[173] Baseball, 2nd baseman, Philadelphia Athletics and Boston Red Sox,
Breyer, Frank GottlobFrank Gottlob Breyer 1905[39] Lacrosse, founding coach, US Naval Academy; coach, Lehigh University and Swarthmore College[174]
Budnitz, Emil "Buzzy"Emil "Buzzy" Budnitz 1949 Lacrosse, member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame[175]
Byrne, TommyTommy Byrne 1937[1] Baseball, pitcher, New York Yankees
Eckman, CharleyCharley Eckman 1940 Basketball, head coach, Fort Wayne/Detroit Pistons (1954–1957)
Gatewood, TomTom Gatewood 1968 Football, wide receiver, New York Giants[176]
Guild, Lorne RandolfLorne Randolf Guild 1928[177] Lacrosse, member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame[178]
Johnson, BryantBryant Johnson 1999[179] Football, wide receiver, Detroit Lions
Knipp, John C.John C. Knipp 1912[37] Lacrosse, member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame[180]
Neun, JohnnyJohnny Neun 1921[44] Baseball, Manager, New York Yankees and Cincinnati Reds
Person, AraAra Person 1966 Football, tight end, St. Louis Cardinals[181]
Schmeisser, William C.William C. Schmeisser 1899 Lacrosse, coach, Johns Hopkins University, namesake Schmeisser Award; US Olympian[182]
Schnydman, JerryJerry Schnydman 1962 Lacrosse, member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame[183]
Scroggs, William E.William E. Scroggs 1965 Lacrosse, coach, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1978–1990), led team to NCAA titles in 1981, 1982 and 1986.[184]
Stuart, Edward M.Edward M. Stuart 1913[39] Lacrosse, member National Lacrosse Hall of Fame; Captain, United States Army Corps of Engineers[185]
Sykes, JohnJohn Sykes 1967 Football, wide receiver, San Diego Chargers[186]
Thomas, Alphonse "Tommy"Alphonse "Tommy" Thomas 1918[3] Baseball, pitcher, Chicago White Sox
Tolson, John C.John C. Tolson 1937[187] Lacrosse, member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame; Lieutenant, United States Navy, World War II[188]
Yearly, ChurchChurch Yearly 1930[189] Lacrosse, member, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame; Trustee, Johns Hopkins University[189]

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References[edit]

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