List of Lambda Chi Alpha brothers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

The list of Lambda Chi Alpha brothers includes notable initiated and honorary members of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.

Academics[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
James W. Abbott University of South Dakota President of the University of South Dakota [1]
John D. Baldeschwieler Cornell University Noted chemist and Caltech professor [2]
Samuel King Allison University of Chicago Physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project [3]
J. Michael Bishop Gettysburg College Immunologist [4]
David L. Chicoine President of South Dakota State University [5]
Donald J. Cram Rollins College Chemist; Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner 1987 [6]
George Forsythe Brown University Founder and former head of the computer science department at Stanford University [7]
William C. Friday North Carolina State University Former head of the University of North Carolina
Homer Hitt Founding Chancellor of the University of New Orleans [8]
Charles Glen King [9]
William Manchester University of Massachusetts Historian [10]
A. Frank Martin One of the ten founding fathers of the Kappa Kappa Psi fraternity [11]
David S. Mason Cornell University Author of The End of the American Century, professor emeritus at Butler University [2]
John McCardell Former President of Middlebury College [12]
Abe Mickal Former professional football player and chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Louisiana State University Medical Center [13]
Perry Miller Former Harvard University professor and historian [14]
Donald Othmer (honorary) Inventor and philanthropist
Todd Parnell Drury University President of Drury University [15]
George Preti Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn Organic chemist
Ricardo Romo President of University of Texas at San Antonio
B. F. Skinner Hamilton College Psychologist [16]
Oliver R. Smoot Massachusetts Institute of Technology Engineer [17]
Willis M. Tate Southern Methodist University President of Southern Methodist University
Paul S. Trible Jr. Hampden–Sydney College President of Christopher Newport University (VA); former US Senator from Virginia [18]
William E. Troutt Union University President of Rhodes College
Hermann Viets Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn President of Milwaukee School of Engineering
W. Roger Webb President of University of Central Oklahoma

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Actors and crew[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Claude Akins Northwestern University Actor
Charles Gary Allison Writer and producer [19]
Walt Becker Director [20]
Richard Billows Actor
Powers Boothe Actor [21]
Benjamin Bratt University of California, Santa Barbara Actor [22]
Ryan Brown University of Oklahoma Actor [23]
Gene Callahan Louisiana State University Two-time Academy Award-winning production designer [14]
Duane Clark Director, producer and writer [24]
Will Forte University of California, Los Angeles Actor [20]
Jonathan Frakes Actor
Will Geer Actor [21]
Dabbs Greer Actor [25]
Bill Hayes Actor [26]
John Michael Hayes University of Massachusetts Academy Award-winning screenwriter [27]
Jean Hersholt (honorary member) Actor [28]
Dean Jagger Actor [22]
Chris Klein Texas Christian University Actor [29]
Lance Krall Georgia State University Actor [30]
Anson Mount Actor [31]
Michael O'Neil Auburn University Actor [21]
James Rebhorn Wittenberg University Actor [32][33]
Jonathan Sadowski Actor
Johnathon Schaech University of Maryland Actor [34]
Robert Urich Florida State University Actor [32]
Ralph Waite Bucknell University Actor
Randall Wallace Duke University Screenwriter, producer and director [35]
Michael Westmore University of California, Santa Barbara Makeup artist [36]

Artists and writers[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Robert Ahrens Cornell University Broadway producer of Xanadu and others [2]
Xavier Cortada Artist [37]
Chester Gould Northwestern University Creator of Dick Tracy [38]
Edwin Markham ΘΚΝ (honorary) Poet, author of The Man With the Hoe [39]
Robert B. Parker Writer, creator of Spenser [32]
Chuck Pfarrer California State University, Northridge Screenwriter, novelist, author of Navy SEALs, The Jackal, Hard Target, Killing Che, Philip Nolan, Warrior Soul, and SEAL Target Geronimo [32]

Musicians[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Bobby Bare, Jr. University of Tennessee Musician
Zane Birdwell Grammy award-winning recording engineer
Jason Boland Singer/songwriter
Neal E. Boyd Southeast Missouri State University Opera singer and winner of 2008's America's Got Talent [40]
George Bruns Oregon State University Composer
Kenny Chesney East Tennessee State University Country musician [41]
Brett Eldredge Elmhurst College Country musician
Tony Fagenson University of Southern California Drummer of Eve 6 [41]
David Gaines Northwestern University Composer
Charles Kelley Country musician, member of Lady Antebellum [42]
Frankie Laine (honorary member) Musician [28]
Jonathan Meiburg University of the South Musician, lead singer for Shearwater
Mark Schultz Kansas State University Christian musician
John Tesh North Carolina State University Actor and musician [41]

Television, radio and print media[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Dave Barnett Radio broadcaster for the Texas Rangers [43]
Paul Harvey University of Tulsa News radio broadcaster [44]
Scott Hastings University of Arkansas Radio broadcaster for the Denver Nuggets
Ray Lane Sports commentator [45]
Josh Lewin Sports commentator [46]
Woody Paige University of Tennessee Sports commentator [47]
John Quiñones St. Mary's University (Texas) Television news broadcaster [48]
Bill Rasmussen Founder of ESPN [49]
[48]

Comedians[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Samir Khullar, aka "Sugar Sammy" McGill University Comedian and writer [50]

Astronauts[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Thomas Akers Missouri University of Science and Technology Mission Specialist, STS-41, STS-49, STS-61, and STS-79 [51]
Richard N. Richards University of Missouri Pilot, STS-28; Commander, STS-41, STS-50, STS-64 [51]
Terrence W. Wilcutt Western Kentucky University Pilot, STS-68, STS-79; Commander, STS-89, STS-106 [51]

Athletes[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Ken Aspromonte Former professional baseball player and manager [52]
Brian Bannister University of Southern California Professional baseball player [53]
Larry Burchart Oklahoma State University Former professional baseball player [52]
Cliff Chambers Former professional baseball player [13]
Mickey Cochrane Boston University Member of Baseball Hall of Fame [54]
Jim Cox Former professional baseball player [52]
Emerson Dickman Washington and Lee University Former professional baseball player [52]
Larry Dierker University of California, Santa Barbara Former professional baseball player [55]
Matt Dunbar Former professional baseball player [56]
Eddie Dunn Former head football and baseball coach at University of Miami [57]
George Grant Former professional baseball player [52]
Brendan Harris College of William & Mary Professional baseball player [55]
Wynn Hawkins Former professional baseball player [52]
Oral Hildebrand Butler University Former professional baseball player [58]
Jeff James Former professional baseball player [52]
Ferguson Jenkins (honorary member) Member of Baseball Hall of Fame [46]
Steve Kuczek Former professional baseball player [59]
Danny Litwhiler Bloomsburg University Former professional baseball player and baseball coach at Michigan State University [56]
Ralph Mauriello University of Southern California Former professional baseball player [52]
Chink Outen North Carolina State University Former professional baseball player [52]
Rusty Peters Former professional baseball player [52]
Will Rhymes College of William & Mary Professional baseball player [60]
Ron Santo (honorary member) Former professional baseball player [28]
Jim Schlossnagle Manager, Texas Christian University [61]
Steve Shea University of Massachusetts Former professional baseball player [52]
Roger Smithberg Former professional baseball player [52]
Ebba St. Claire Colgate University Former professional baseball player [59]
Kevin Stocker University of Washington Former professional baseball player with the Philadelphia Phillies, Tampa Bay Rays, and Anaheim Angels
Syd Thrift Randolph-Macon College Former General Manager and scout [62]
Billy Williams (honorary member) Member of Baseball Hall of Fame [28]
Dib Williams Former professional baseball player [52]

Basketball[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Ronnie Arrow College basketball coach at University of South Alabama [63]
Jimmy Bartolotta Professional basketball player
Larry Brown University of California Los Angeles College and professional basketball coach [13]
Barney Cable Former professional basketball player [64]
Nickolas Cardinale Current General Manager of the Harlem Globetrotters
John Clawson University of Michigan Former professional basketball player
Barry Collier Butler University Current athletic director and former basketball coach at Butler University
Tommy Dempsey College basketball coach at Rider University [63]
Lawrence Frank Former head coach of the New Jersey Nets [65]
Swede Halbrook Former professional basketball player [66]
Lars Hansen University of Washington and Olympic medalist Canada
Scott Hastings Former professional basketball player
Larry Holley College basketball coach at William Jewell College [67]
Henry Iba Westminster College Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame [13]
Buddy Jeannette Washington & Jefferson College Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame
Tom Nissalke Former professional basketball coach [65]
Luke Lochhead Southeast Missouri State University Girls College basketball assistant coach at Indiana Tech [63]
Rick Pitino University of Massachusetts College basketball coach at the University of Louisville [13]
Adrian Howard Smith Former professional basketball player

Bobsled[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Charles Butler Brown University Bronze medal winner, 1956 Winter Olympics [7]
Arthur Tyler Bronze medal winner, 1956 Winter Olympics [13]

Football[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Stephen Alexander (honorary member) Professional football player with the Denver Broncos [28]
Bob Baumhower University of Alabama Former professional football player
Fred Biletnikoff Florida State University Member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame [13]
Bill Bradley University of Texas at Austin Former professional football player, current secondary coach, San Diego Chargers [68]
Leon Brogden Wake Forest University Member of the Wake Forest University Sports Hall of Fame and North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame [69]
Mark Bruener University of Washington Professional football player, Houston Texans, University of Washington
Mark Brunell University of Washington Professional football quarterback, New Orleans Saints [68]
Blair Bush Former professional football player, Seattle Seahawks [68]
Al Carapella Former professional football player [70]
Steve Christie Former professional football player, Buffalo Bills
Fred Cox Former professional football player, Minnesota Vikings
Eddie Dunn Former head football and baseball coach, University of Miami [57]
John Fiala Professional football player, Pittsburgh Steelers
Bernie Flowers Purdue University Former professional football player [71]
Joe Gardi University of Maryland Former head coach, Hofstra University [72]
John Gordy Former professional football player, Detroit Lions
Marvin Hubbard Former professional football player, Oakland Raiders [59]
Gary Huff Florida State University Former professional football player [56]
Mark Kelso Former professional football player, Buffalo Bills
Bill Lynch Head football coach, Indiana University
Vaughn Mancha Former professional football player, Boston Yanks [56]
Bob Masterson Former professional football player [70]
Ed McCrillis Former professional football player [7]
Gene McDowell Former head football coach, University of Central Florida [56]
Paul McGowan Former professional football player, Minnesota Vikings [56]
Abe Mickal Former professional football player and chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Louisiana State University Medical Center [13]
Bill Miller Former professional football player [70]
Jim L. Mora University of Washington College football coach, University of California, Los Angeles [68]
Bill Muir Assistant coach, Kansas City Chiefs [68]
Ray Neal Washington & Jeffferson College Former professional football player and head coach, DePauw University [73]
Jim O'Brien Former professional football player, Baltimore Colts
Don Paul Washington State University Former professional football player
Steve Pelluer University of Washington Professional football player, Kansas City Chiefs
Joe Philbin Washington & Jefferson College Professional head coach, Miami Dolphins [68]
John Rauch Former professional football player & coach
Ron Sellers Florida State University Former professional football player, New England Patriots
Bert Shurtleff Brown University Former professional football player [7]
Mike Tannenbaum University of Massachusetts Executive Vice President of Football Operations, Miami Dolphins
Joe Tereshinski Sr. University of Georgia Former professional football player [19]
Aaron Thomas Oregon State University Former professional football player [66]
Charley Trippi University of Georgia Member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame [13]
Jim Vollenweider Former professional football player [70]
Ray Wersching University of California, Berkeley Former professional football player, San Francisco 49ers
Roger Zatkoff University of Michigan Former professional football player [68]

Golf[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Fred Haas Louisiana State University PGA golfer [74]
Chuck Kocsis University of Michigan NCAA Men's Individual Golf Champion; six-time Michigan Amateur Champion; two-time Michigan Open Champion; three-time Walker Cup Team (1938, 1949, 1957) [75]
John Schroeder University of Michigan PGA Tour golfer [74]

Hydroplane racing[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Bill Muncey Boston University Member of the International Motorsports Hall of Fame [13]

Rugby[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Kyle Winter Boston University Former international rugby player; three International Test Match appearances

Soccer[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Cobi Jones Professional soccer player, Los Angeles Galaxy [61]

Swimming[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Doug Gjertsen University of Texas at Austin Gold medal winner, 1988 Summer Olympics

Tennis[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Gardnar Mulloy University of Miami Member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame [13]

Volleyball[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Phil Dalhausser University of Central Florida Volleyball player; gold medal winner, 2008 Summer Olympics

Professional wrestling[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Dory Funk, Jr. Former professional wrestler [76]
Daniel Rodimer University of South Florida Former WWE member under the name "Dan Rodman" [61]
Merced Solis West Texas A&M University Former WWE member under the name "Tito Santana" [77]

Business[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
F. Duane Ackerman Rollins College Former CEO of BellSouth Corporation
John D. Arnold Vanderbilt University Natural gas trade, formerly at Enron and his own firm, Centaurus Advisors
James Beckett Southern Methodist University Founder of Beckett Publications
Fred J. Borch Case Western Reserve University Chairman and CEO of General Electric
Jack O. Bovender, Jr. Duke University CEO of HCA [78]
Dale Carlsen Sacramento State University Owner and founder of The Sleep Train [79]
Nicholas Chabraja Northwestern University Former CEO of General Dynamics [80]
Richard Clark Washington & Jefferson College CEO of Merck & Company
William T. Dillard University of Arkansas Founder of Dillard's department store
John V. Faraci Denison University CEO of International Paper
Robert B. Goergen CEO of Blyth, Inc.
Scott Herren Managing Director and Vice President, EMEA, Citrix Systems Incorporated
Michael Johns University of Miami Health care executive; former White House Presidential speechwriter [81]
C. Robert Kidder University of Michigan Chairman of Chrysler [82]
J. Thomas McAfee Union University Chairman and President of Hallmark Systems, Inc.
William McCormick Founder and Chairman Emeritus of McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants [83]
William W. McGuire University of Texas at Austin CEO of UnitedHealth Group
James W. Owens North Carolina State University CEO of Caterpillar Incorporated [84]
John S. Reed Former CEO of Citigroup Incorporated
Matthew K. Rose Former CEO of Burlington Northern Sante Fe Corporation
Richard Santulli Polytechnic University CEO of Netjets
Paul C. Saville College of William & Mary CEO of NVR
Charles M. Stotz Cornell University Architect and pioneer of the historic preservation movement [85]
W. S. Stuckey, Sr. Founder of Stuckey's roadside convenience stores
Mark B. Templeton North Carolina State University CEO of Citrix Systems Incorporated [86]
Timothy Tucker President elect of the American Pharmacists Association [87]
Jim Walton University of Arkansas CEO of Arvest Bank [88]
S. Robson Walton Chairman of Wal-Mart stores [88]
Russ Weiner San Diego State Founder and CEO of Rockstar Energy

Law[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Mack Barham University of Colorado Boulder Former Louisiana Supreme Court justice [62]
Harry Blackmun Harvard University Former US Supreme Court justice [89]
James D. Johnson Former Arkansas Supreme Court justice [90]
I. Beverly Lake Former North Carolina Supreme Court chief justice [91]
Barron Patterson McCune United States federal judge [92]
Alfred P. Murrah Former US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals justice
Joe Rollins Texas A&M University Attorney
Clifford Taylor Chief Justice of Michigan Supreme Court [75]
Gerald W. VandeWalle University of North Dakota North Dakota Supreme Court chief justice [91]
Clarence Clifton Young Former Nevada Supreme Court Justice

Military[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Pappy Boyington University of Washington US Marine Corps World War II fighter ace [54]
Jimmy Doolittle University of California, Berkeley World War II air hero [54]
Russell E. Dougherty Western Kentucky University Former commander in chief of the Strategic Air Command
Otto Glasser Cornell University US Air Force general and pioneering weapons researcher on the Atlas missile and Corona satellite [2]
Montgomery Meigs University of Wisconsin-Madison Former Commanding General of the United States Army in Europe [59]

Government and politics[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Thomas Abernethy Former US Member of Congress from Mississippi [90]
Homer Martin Adkins Former Governor of Arkansas
James Allred Former Governor of Texas
Lincoln Almond Former Governor of Rhode Island
Sigurd Anderson Former Governor of South Dakota [1]
Rick Baker Mayor of St. Petersburg, Florida [93]
Willard L. Beaulac Brown University Former US Ambassador to Paraguay, Colombia, Cuba, Chile and Argentina [7]
Ellis Berry Former US Member of Congress from South Dakota
Alan Bible University of Nevada Former US Senator from Nevada
Joseph H. Bottum University of South Dakota Former US Senator from South Dakota [18]
Kevin Brady University of South Dakota US Member of Congress from Texas [94]
John Breaux University of Louisiana at Lafayette Former US Senator from Louisiana [18]
Bob Brown Montana State University Former Montana Secretary of State
Charles Harrison Brown Drury University Former US Member of Congress from Missouri
Omar Burleson Former US Member of Congress from Texas
DeWayne Burns Tarleton State University Member of the Texas House of Representatives
Maurice G. Burnside Former US Member of Congress from West Virginia [35]
Donald Carcieri Brown University Former Governor of Rhode Island
David Carlucci Cornell University New York State Senator, 38th District [2]
Phil Cates West Texas A&M University Member of the Texas House of Representatives, 1971-1979 [95]
Max Cleland Stetson University Former US Senator from Georgia [18]
Ronald D. Coleman Former US Member of Congress from Texas
John Cooksey Former US Member of Congress from Louisiana
Nathaniel Craley Former US Member of Congress from Pennsylvania
John Danforth (honorary member) Former US Senator from Missouri [18]
William Dannemeyer (honorary member) Former US Member of Congress from California
Dennis Daugaard Governor of South Dakota [1]
Lloyd Doggett University of Texas at Austin US member of Congress from Texas
James W. Dunn Michigan State University Former US member of Congress from Michigan
Houston I. Flournoy Cornell University Former California State Controller, 1974 Republican nominee for governor [2]
Craig Ford Auburn University Alabama State House Minority Leader
Wendell H. Ford Former US Senator from Kentucky [18]
Alan Frumin Parliamentarian of the United States Senate [59]
Pat Garofalo Minnesota State University, Mankato Minnesota State Representative [96]
Virgil Goode University of Richmond Former US Member of Congress from Virginia
James W. Grant Former US Member of Congress from Florida [56]
Durward Gorham Hall Drury University Former US Member of Congress from Missouri
Richard T. Hanna Former US Member of Congress from California [20]
Joe Frank Harris Former Governor of Georgia
Vance Hartke Former US Senator from Indiana [18]
Howell Heflin Birmingham–Southern College Former US Senator from Alabama [97]
Robert King High Former Mayor of Miami, Florida [70]
Harold T. Johnson Former US Member of Congress from California [90]
James R. Jones University of Oklahoma Former US Member of Congress from Oklahoma and US Ambassador to Mexico
Robert Taylor Jones Former Governor of Arizona
Sam H. Jones Former Governor of Louisiana
Melville Kelly ΘΚΝ Former US Member of Congress from Pennsylvania [28]
Jack Kingston US Member of Congress from Georgia
Harry Leslie Former Governor of Indiana
Robert W. Levering Denison University Former US Member of Congress from Ohio
James T. Lloyd ΘΚΝ Former US Member of Congress from Missouri
Harold Lovre Former US Senator from South Dakota [90]
J. M. Lozano Member of the Texas House of Representatives [98]
William C. Marland Former Governor of West Virginia [90]
Ray Marshall Millsaps College Former US Secretary of Labor
William McCormick US Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa [83]
John A. McGuire Former US Member of Congress from Connecticut
George Theodore Mickelson Former Governor of South Dakota [1]
Allen I. Olson Former Governor of North Dakota
John Oxendine Current Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner for Georgia; candidate for Governor in 2010 [99]
Ron Paul Gettysburg College Former US Member of Congress from Texas; 2012 presidential candidate [100]
John Howard Pyle (honorary) Former Governor of Arizona [28]
Carl West Rich University of Cincinnati Former Mayor of Cincinnati and US Member of Congress from Ohio [90]
Tom Rooney US Member of Congress from Florida [101]
Charles H. Russell University of Nevada Former Governor of Nevada
Alfred Taylor (honorary member) Former Governor of Tennessee [28]
Paul S. Trible Hampden-Sydney College Former US Senator from Virginia and President of Christopher Newport University
Harry S. Truman (honorary) Former President of the United States [102]
Harold Velde Former US Member of Congress from Illinois
Ed Ware District attorney of Rapides Parish, Louisiana, 1967-1984 [103]
Curt Weldon West Chester University Former US Member of Congress from Pennsylvania
Kevin Yoder University of Kansas US Member of Congress from Kansas [14]
Clarence Clifton Young Former US Member of Congress and Supreme Court Justice of Nevada

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Cross & Crescent » South Dakota's First Alumnus President
  2. ^ a b c d e f Notable Alumni, Lambda Chi Alpha at Cornell University 
  3. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chicago's Roaring ’20s
  4. ^ Cross & Crescent » Uncovering Cancer's Secrets
  5. ^ Cross & Crescent » South Dakota State President
  6. ^ Dr. Donald J. Cram - A Rollins College Department of Chemistry Alum Archived 2007-12-27 at the Wayback Machine.
  7. ^ a b c d e Cross & Crescent » An Ivy League Jewel
  8. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  9. ^ http://books.nap.edu/html/biomems/cking.pdf
  10. ^ Cross & Crescent » Award-Winning Poet
  11. ^ Raymond, Michael (February 2007). "Founders of Kappa Kappa Psi" (PDF). Cross and Crescent. Indianapolis: Lambda Chi Alpha. 94 (2): 10–11. ISSN 1930-1286. OCLC 19902105. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-26. 
  12. ^ Cross & Crescent » Choose Responsibility Founder
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Cross & Crescent » 100 Years of Notable Alumni
  14. ^ a b c Cross & Crescent » Finding and Celebrating Lost Brothers
  15. ^ Drury University: About President Todd Parnell
  16. ^ B. F. Skinner
  17. ^ Oliver R. Smoot
  18. ^ a b c d e f g Cross & Crescent » From Congress to Campus
  19. ^ a b [1]
  20. ^ a b c Cross & Crescent » Hollywood Movie/TV Producer. Archived May 6, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
  21. ^ a b c Cross & Crescent » Emmy-Winning Actor Powers Boothe Archived 2008-05-11 at the Wayback Machine.
  22. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » Emmy-Nominated Actor Benjamin Bratt
  23. ^ Cross & Crescent » The New Stephen King?
  24. ^ [2] Archived May 11, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  25. ^ Cross & Crescent » Acting Icon Remembered
  26. ^ Bill Hayes of TV's 'Days of Our Lives' Reflects on DePauw and Life as an Entertainer in Memoir
  27. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h Cross & Crescent » A Voice ‘Like a Horn’
  29. ^ Chris Klein
  30. ^ Cross & Crescent » Lance Krall Is Not Your Average Joe
  31. ^ Anson Mount
  32. ^ a b c d Cross & Crescent » Veteran Actor Shines Archived October 26, 2016, at the Wayback Machine.
  33. ^ Rebhorn's obituary, accessed 25 March 2014
  34. ^ Johnathon Schaech
  35. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » The Diamonds of Duke
  36. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  37. ^ Cross & Crescent » Ritualistic Installations
  38. ^ Cross & Crescent » "Dick Tracy" Turns 75 Archived 2007-09-19 at the Wayback Machine.
  39. ^ Cross & Crescent » Edwin Markham: Fraternity Poet
  40. ^ "Million Dollar Man". 2008-11-01. Retrieved 2008-11-03. 
  41. ^ a b c Cross & Crescent » Carpet Ride Unraveled Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine.
  42. ^ Cross & Crescent » Grammy-Winning Artist
  43. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  44. ^ Cross & Crescent » Good Morning Americans, Standby for News
  45. ^ Cross & Crescent » Hall of Fame Sportscaster
  46. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » MLB and NFL Announcer Josh Lewin Archived 2016-02-24 at the Wayback Machine.
  47. ^ Cross & Crescent » ESPN's Unlikely Star
  48. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » ABC's Primetime Star Archived 2007-09-19 at the Wayback Machine.
  49. ^ Cross & Crescent » ESPN Founder Bill Rasmussen
  50. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  51. ^ a b c Cross & Crescent » Astronaut to Math Teacher Archived 2007-09-22 at the Wayback Machine.
  52. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Cross & Crescent » Touching All the Bases
  53. ^ Cross & Crescent » Major League Pitcher
  54. ^ a b c Cross & Crescent » First Day Covers
  55. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » Living Your Dream
  56. ^ a b c d e f g Cross & Crescent » Building a Great Brotherhood
  57. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » 94-Year-Old Tennis Great
  58. ^ Cross & Crescent » Indiana's New Head Football Coach
  59. ^ a b c d e Cross & Crescent » 50 Years of Great Memories
  60. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  61. ^ a b c Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  62. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  63. ^ a b c Cross & Crescent » March Madness
  64. ^ Cross & Crescent » Newest Grand High Alpha Chapter
  65. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » NBA Nets’ 1-2 Punch
  66. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » A Tradition of Excellence
  67. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  68. ^ a b c d e f g Cross & Crescent » Packers’ Offensive Expert
  69. ^ Cross & Crescent » Old Gold & Black
  70. ^ a b c d e Cross & Crescent » Happy 71st Birthday Miami-Florida
  71. ^ [3] Archived July 9, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  72. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  73. ^ Cross & Crescent » One Man, Three Schools, and a Bell
  74. ^ a b Greek Golfers
  75. ^ a b LCA: Sigma Zeta
  76. ^ Cross & Crescent » Former Hall of Fame Pro Wrestler
  77. ^ "Former Hall of Fame Pro Wrestler". 2008-11-01. Retrieved 2008-11-03. 
  78. ^ Cross & Crescent » HCA Chairman & CEO Jack Bovender
  79. ^ Cross & Crescent » 2007 Order of Achievement Recipient
  80. ^ Cross & Crescent » A Fascinating Ride
  81. ^ "Former White House Speechwriter," Cross and Crescent, July 2007.
  82. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  83. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » Salute to Dick Rubottom Archived 2010-01-05 at the Wayback Machine.
  84. ^ Cross & Crescent » Caterpillar's Top Exec
  85. ^ Williamson, Jon (October 2013), "Cornell's Centennial Celebration", Cross & Crescent 
  86. ^ Cross & Crescent » Leader and Follower
  87. ^ Cross & Crescent » Pharmacy President, Chapter Adviser
  88. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » Reinventing the Pen
  89. ^ Cross & Crescent » The Strange Case of our Chapter at Harvard
  90. ^ a b c d e f The Political Graveyard: Lambda Chi Alpha Politicians
  91. ^ a b Cross & Crescent » Michigan's Chief Justice Taylor
  92. ^ The Cross & Crescent. 22. Lambda Chi Alpha. 1935. p. 107. 
  93. ^ Cross & Crescent » 2008 U.S. Mayor of the Year
  94. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  95. ^ "Phil Cates". cemetery.state.tx.us. Retrieved June 29, 2015. 
  96. ^ [4]
  97. ^ Cross & Crescent » Chapter News
  98. ^ "J. M. Lozano". ballotpedia.org. Retrieved February 19, 2014. 
  99. ^ "theoxendinegroup". Johnoxendine.com. Retrieved 2012-11-21. 
  100. ^ Cross & Crescent » Ron Paul's Presidential Bid
  101. ^ Cross & Crescent » New U.S. Congressman
  102. ^ "???". Archived from the original on September 27, 2007. 
  103. ^ "Louisiana: Edwin O. Ware, III", Who's Who in American Politics, 2007-2008 (Marquis Who's Who: New Providence, New Jersey, 2007), pp. 674–675.

External links[edit]