List of Phi Gamma Delta members

Over the years, many members of the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta (also known as FIJI) have excelled in their chosen fields. Examples include eleven Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients, five Medal of Honor recipients, six Pulitzer Prize winners, two Nobel Prize winners, over 80 competitors in the Olympic Games (of which at least 28 Fijis have won at least 37 medals), and at least six billionaires. This list is an attempt to capture some of the many accomplishments Fijis have made.

Business and Philanthropy

* Ted Ammon (Bucknell, 1971): American financier and investment broker; Youngest partner at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.; Murdered by his wife's boyfriend in 2001
* Chester "Chet" Cadieux (Oklahoma, 1954): Founder and CEO of the QuikTrip (a.k.a. "QT") chain of nearly 500 convenience stores.
* Donald Wills Douglas, Sr. (MIT, 1914): Founder of the Douglas Aircraft Company, which later became part of McDonnell Douglas Corporation.
* Charlie Ergen (Tennessee, 1975): Co-founder and CEO of EchoStar Communications Corporation, the parent company of Dish Network; billionaire
* Jeff Fettig (Indiana, 1979): CEO of Whirlpool Corporation
* John Gottschalk ( Nebraska, 1965): CEO and Publisher of the Omaha World-Herald; President of the Boy Scouts of America.
* William Adolphus Graham IV (Bucknell, 1962): Chairman and CEO of the Graham Company and a Bucknell University trustee.
* Bradley R. Guest (Virginia, 1987): CTO, Valero Energy
* 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.
* Philip H. Knight (Oregon, 1959): Co-Founder, Owner & President, Nike Corporation; billionaire
* Josiah K. Lilly, III (Cornell, 1939): Generous philanthropist [ [ Josiah K. Lilly, III legacy] ] ; Lilly Endowment and heir to Eli Lilly and Company.
* Edmund C. Lynch (Johns Hopkins University, 1097) A founder of Merrill Lynch investment company.
* Patrick McGovern (MIT, 1959): Chairman of the Board, International Data Group; founder of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research; billionaire
* Robert C. Pohlad (Arizona State, 1976): CEO [ [ Robert Pohlad becomes CEO] ] of PepsiAmericas, a multi-billion dollar company. [ [ PepsiAmericas overview] ]
* Donald J. Rippert (Virginia, 1981): CTO of Accenture
* John A. "Jack" Rodgers (Kansas, 1953): Sr. Vice President (retired), Starbucks Coffee
* Tom Ryan (Rhode Island, 1975): Founder, Owner & President, CVS
* Alfred J. Verrecchia (Rhode Island, 1965): President of Global Operations & Chief Operating Officer, Hasbro Inc.
* Eric Adams (Georgia, 1978): CEO of Fugro Jason a multi-million dollar software company

Civil Service

* Victor G. Atiyeh (Oregon, 1945): Former Governor of Oregon
* Newton D. Baker (Johns Hopkins, 1892): Former Secretary of War
* 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 Bel-Aire are named after his family.
* Calvin Coolidge (Amherst, 1895): Thirtieth President of the United States of America
* Admiral (ret.) William J. Crowe, Jr. (Oklahoma, 1946): Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Ambassador to the United Kingdom
* Charles W. Fairbanks (Ohio Wesleyan, 1872): Twenty-Sixth Vice President of the United States; Namesake, Fairbanks, Alaska
* John N. Hostettler (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, 1983): former U.S. House of Representatives, Indiana
* Frank Iacobucci (British Columbia, 1962): Former Justice, Supreme Court of Canada
* Joseph R. Kerrey (Nebraska, 1965): U.S. Senator, Nebraska; Former Governor of Nebraska
* 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. [ [ Lehman biography] ]
* Thomas R. Marshall (Wabash, 1873): Twenty-Eighth Vice President of the United States
* Robert S. McNamara (California, 1937): Former United States Secretary of Defense
* Frank O'Bannon (Indiana, 1952): Former Governor of Indiana
* Mike Pence (Hanover College, 1981): U.S. House of Representatives, Indiana
* Donald Randall Richberg (University of Chicago, 1901): Head of the National Recovery Administration, composer of several Fiji songs. [ [ Phi Gamma Delta songs] ]
* Charles E. Rushmore (College of the City of New York, 1876): Namesake, Mount Rushmore National Memorial
* Byron R. White (Colorado, 1938): Former Supreme Court Justice; College Football Hall of Fame


* Scott Bakula (Kansas, 1977): Actor, "Quantum Leap", "Murphy Brown", "".
* William Jan Berry (UCLA, 1963): Singer and guitar player, "Surfer Sound" duo Jan and Dean.
* John W. "Johnny" Carson (Nebraska, 1949): Former host, NBC's "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson".
* 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. [Rosero, Jessica. [ "The revolution begins within: Hudson County native brings his Cuban people back home"] , "Union City Reporter", May 28, 2006. Accessed August 23, 2008. "That is one of the torments plaguing Tomas, played by Kamar De Los Reyes, who is the lead character of Love & Suicide, which was co-written and directed by former Union City native Luis Moro and Lisa France."]
* Willam S. "Bill" Fiorio (Illinois, 1969): Former guitarist for REO Speedwagon (AKA Duke Tumatoe).
* Radney Foster (Sewanee, 1982): Country music singer/songwriter; "Nobody Wins", "Just Call Me Lonesome".
* Matthew C. Fox (Columbia, 1989): Actor, "Party of Five", "Lost".
* Jim Gaffigan (Purdue University, 1987): Comedian.
* Robert Gant (University of Pennsylvania): Actor, ""Queer as Folk" (North American TV series) ", Gay Rights Advocate.
* Eric Gilliland (Northwestern University, 1984): Writer/Producer, "Roseanne", "That 70's Show". [ [ Eric Gilliland in IMDB] ]
* Daniel Wright Schear (Virginia, 1956): Mastermind of the famous comedy album Seven Dirty Words.
* Bob McGrath (Michigan, 1954); "Bob" on Sesame Street.
* Seth Meyers (Northwestern University, 1996): TV Cast Member, Head Writer, Saturday Night Live".
* Ralph Morgan (Columbia, 1904): Actor; Co-founder, charter member and first president of the Screen Actors Guild.
* Cory Morrow (Texas Tech, 1990): "Texas Country" singer/songwriter.
* Dermot Mulroney (Northwestern University, 1985): Actor, "My Best Friend's Wedding", "About Schmidt", "The Wedding Date", "The Family Stone".
* John Ritter (Southern California, 1970): Actor, "Three's Company", "Hearts Afire" and "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter".
* Morgan Spurlock (NYU, 1993): Independent Movie Director, creator of "Supersize Me".
* McLean Stevenson (Illinois Wesleyan, 1948): Actor, "M*A*S*H (TV Series).
* Michael Lee Johnson (University of Texas at Arlington), 2000: Uncredited Child Actor, "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom".

Media and Literature

* 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.
* Ken Blanchard (Cornell, 1961): Management consultant and author of best-selling "One Minute Manager".
* David H. DePatie (Sewanee, 1951): Film Producer, producer of animated cartoons.
* Thomas A. Desjardin (Florida State, 1986): Author and Civil War scholar.
* Stuart W. "Stu" Evey (Washington, 1956): Former Chairman of the Board, ESPN.
* Bill Geist (Illinois, 1967): Best selling author, Emmy award-winning journalist and contributor to CBS Sunday Morning.
* Paul Kangas (Michigan, 1959): Anchor and Commentator, Nightly Business Report.
* Brian Lamb (Purdue, 1963): Founder and host, C-SPAN.
* Ross Lockridge, Jr. (Indiana, 1935): Novelist, author of "Raintree County".
* J. Richard Munro (Colgate, 1957): Co-Founder of HBO, Former Chairman of Time Warner Inc.
* Dave Revsine (Northwestern University, 1991): Sportscaster, ESPN.
* E. B. White (Cornell, 1921): Novelist, author of "Charlotte's Web" and "Stuart Little", amongst other literary works.
*Robert U. Woodward (Yale 1965): The assistant managing editor of The Washington Post, and noted author.
* Frank Norris (California, 1894): Author of The Octopus and McTeague.
* Tom Peters (Cornell University, 1964): Author of In Search of Excellence.


* The Most Rev. Edmond Lee Browning (Sewanee, 1952): 24th Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America
* Dr. Norman Vincent Peale (Ohio Wesleyan, 1920): Theologian, author of "The Power of Positive Thinking"

cience, Technology and Medicine

* Luis W. Alvarez (Chicago, 1932): Nobel Prize winner, Physics, 1968.
* Eugene Cernan (Purdue, 1956): Former astronaut, Apollo and Gemini space programs, last man to walk on the moon. [ [ Gene Cernan] ]
* Bartley P. Griffith (Bucknell, 1970): Accomplished thoracic surgeon. Kimberly Fuller (youngest U.S. heart transplant patient at the time) and Thomas Gaidosh (Jarvik-7 artificial heart) were patients of his. [ [ Bartley P. Griffith biography] ]
* J. Allen Harris (British Columbia, 1922): Co-discoverer of the 61st chemical element illinium (later renamed promethium) in 1926. [ [ National Historic Chemical Landmarks] ]
* O. Wayne Isom (Texas Tech, 1962): Cardiothoracic Surgeon in chief, NY Hospital-Cornell Medical Center [ [ Cornell Physicians] ] . Past patients of his include Larry King, Walter Cronkite, and David Letterman. [ [ Covenant Heart Institute] ]
*Jack Swigert (Colorado, 1953): Former astronaut, Apollo program.


* Charles Armstrong (Purdue, 1964): President and COO of the Seattle Mariners
* Sal Bando (Arizona State, 1966): Professional baseball player Kansas City Athletics, Oakland Athletics, Milwaukee Brewers, and General Manager, Milwaukee Brewers
* Clayton Bennett (Oklahoma, 1981): Chairman of the Professional Basketball Club [ [ Professional Basketball Club, LLC] ] , owner of the Seattle SuperSonics and Seattle Storm professional basketball teams; billionaire
* Morgan Burke (Purdue, 1973): Athletic Director, Purdue University
*John Cappelletti (Penn State): Professional football player; winner, Heisman Trophy; member, College Football Hall of Fame
* Keith Carney (University of Maine, 1991): Professional hockey player for Buffalo Sabres, Chicago Blackhawks, Phoenix Coyotes, Anaheim Ducks, Vancouver Canucks,and the Minnesota Wild
* Harry C. "Skip" Caray, Jr. (Missouri, 1961): Announcer, Atlanta Braves
* Tim Finchem (Richmond, 1969): PGA Tour commissioner
* Billy Cundiff (Drake University, 2002): Professional football player, Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints
* Tim Curley (Penn State, 1976) Athletic Director, Penn State University
* Brian D. Griese (Michigan, 1997): Professional football player, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears
* E.J. Holub (Texas Tech, 1961): Professional football player, Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs, Collegiate All-American, AFL All-Star
* Mike Huff (Northwestern University, 1985): Professional baseball player, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Toronto Blue Jays
* Hale Irwin (Colorado, 1967): Professional golfer; member, World Golf Hall of Fame
* Roy Jackson (Pennsylvania, 1961): President of Convest Inc. sports management firm and former owner of the racehorse Barbaro, winner of the 2006 Kentucky Derby.
* Mark Loretta (Northwestern University, 1993): Professional baseball player, Milwaukee Brewers, Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, winner, Hutch Award
* Win Lyle (Auburn University, 1989): placekicker at Auburn University, professional placekicker Arizona Cardinals
* Christopher "Christy" Mathewson (Bucknell, 1902): Former professional baseball player; member, Baseball Hall of Fame
* Bob Mathias (Stanford, 1953): Two-time Olympic decathlon gold medalist (1948 and 1952) and United States Congressman
* Hugh Millen (Washington, 1986): Professional football player, Los Angeles Rams, Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, Denver Broncos
* Jack Nicklaus (Ohio State, 1961): Professional golfer; member, World Golf Hall of Fame
* Peter O'Malley (University of Pennsylvania): Former President and owner, Los Angeles Dodgers
* Jerry Pate (Alabama, 1974): Professional golfer; winner, 1976 U.S. Open
* Roger Penske (Lehigh, 1959): Co-founder of Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART); owner of Penske Racing, winner 14 Indianapolis 500s and 9 CART points titles; billionaire
* Bobby Rahal (Denison University, 1975): Race Car Driver, winner of Indianapolis 500
* 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.
* Dean Smith (Kansas, 1953): Former North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball coach; member, Basketball Hall of Fame
* Payne Stewart (Southern Methodist, 1979): Professional golfer; member, World Golf Hall of Fame
* 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
* James B. Tafel (Pittsburgh, 1949): Owner, Street Sense, winner of the 2007 Kentucky Derby, the 2007 Travers Stakes and 2007 Preakness Stakes runner-up.
* Tom Yawkey (Yale University, 1925): owner, Boston Red Sox, member, Baseball Hall of Fame

Phi Gamma Delta Olympic Medalists

Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients

*Jack Swigert (Colorado, 1953) [ [ Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients] ]
*Byron R. White (Colorado, 1938) [ [ Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients] ]
*Johnny Carson (Nebraska, 1949) [ [ Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients] ]
*Admiral (ret.) William J. Crowe, Jr. (Oklahoma, 1946) [ [ Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients] ]
*Herbert H. Lehman (Williams College, 1899) [ [ Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients] ]
*Brian Lamb (Purdue University, 1963) [ [ White House press release] ]
*Robert S. McNamara (California, 1937) [ [ Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients] ]
*Jack Nicklaus (Ohio State, 1961) [ [ White House press release] ]
*Norman Vincent Peale (Ohio Wesleyan, 1920) [ [ Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients] ]
*Byron White (Colorado, 1938) [ [ Byron White's Medal of Freedom] ]
*E.B. White (Cornell, 1921) [ [ Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients] ]

Medal of Honor recipients

* Tedford H. Cann (CCNY, 1920): Seaman, USN [ [ Medal of Honor Recipients, World War I] ]
* Marcellus H. Chiles (Colorado College, 1916): Captain, USA [ [ Medal of Honor Recipients, World War I] ]
* Joseph R. Kerrey (Nebraska, 1965): Lieutenant, Junior Grade, USN Reserve SEAL Team [ [ Medal of Honor Recipients, Viet Nam (A-L)] ]
* George H. Ramer (Bucknell, 1950): 2nd Lieutenant, USMC Reserve [ [ Medal of Honor Recipients, Korean War] ]
* Joseph H. Thompson (Pittsburgh, 1905): Major, USA [ [ Medal of Honor Recipients, World War I] ]

Nobel Prize winners

*Luis Walter Alvarez (Chicago, 1932) awarded the 1968 Nobel Prize for Physics. [ [ The Nobel Prize in Physics 1968] ]
*Frederick Chapman Robbins (Missouri, 1936) awarded, along with two other colleagues, the 1954 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. [ [ The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1954] ]

Pulitzer Prize winners

*Douglas Southall Freeman (University of Richmond, 1904) awarded in 1935 for "R. E. Lee" and posthumously in 1958 for "George Washington, Volumes I - VI" [ [ Pulitzer Prize winners] ]
*David Hall (Tennessee, 1965) awarded along with the "Denver Post" in 1986 for in-depth reporting on missing children. [ [ Pulitzer Prize winners] ]
*Haynes B. Johnson (Missouri, 1952) awarded in 1966 for his work in the "Washington Evening Star" covering the civil rights crisis in Selma, Alabama [ [ Pulitzer Prize winners] ]
*Bernadotte E. Schmitt (Tennessee, 1904) awarded in 1931 for "The Coming of the War 1914" [ [ Pulitzer Prize winners] ]
*E. B. White (Cornell, 1921) awarded in 1978 under "Special Awards and Citations - Letters" for the full body of his work. [ [ Pulitzer Prize winners] ]
*Robert Woodward (Yale, 1965) awarded along with the entire staff of the "Washington Post" in 1973 for coverage of the Watergate crisis [ [ Pulitzer Prize winners] ]

General Officers

These are Brothers who have achieved the military rank of Brigadier General, Rear Admiral (lower half), (or the equivalent) or higher in the United States military.

* Major General Malvern Hill Barnum (CCNY, 1884): United States Army. Wounded as a Lieutenant and Adjutant of the 10th Cavalry "Buffalo Soldiers" at the battle of San Juan Hill in the Spanish-American War; Brigadier General commanding the 183rd Brigade of the 92nd Division in France during World War I.
* (Brevet) Brigadier General Daniel J. Benner (Gettysburg, 1859): United States Army. A Union officer in the Civi War, his wartime trunk is on display as an exhibit at the Gettysburg National Memorial Park. [citeweb|url=|title=Gettysburg National Memorial Park: Officers' Tent|accessdate=2007-08-26]
* Major General (ret.) Walter E. Brinker (Iowa, 1938): United States Army. Former President, USAA Fund Management Co.
* Major General Clovis E. Byers (Ohio State, 1921): United States Army. Chief of Staff, Eighth US Army. [citeweb|url= |title=Phi Gamma Delta: Haynes Award|accessdate=2007-08-24]
* Rear Admiral (ret.) Joe Callo (Yale, 1952): United States Navy. Author, historian, Peabody Award winning television producer.
* Lieutenant General Marvin Covault (Iowa, 1962): United States Army. Chief of Staff, Allied Forces Southern Europe. [ [ General Officer release] ]
* Admiral (ret.) William J. Crowe, Jr. (Oklahoma, 1946): United States Navy. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1985-1989); Ambassador to Great Britain.
* General George Decker (Lafayette, 1924): United States Army. Chief of Staff, United States Army (1960-1962).
* 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.
* Brigadier General Frank E. Garretson (Washington, 1940): United States Marine Corps. Commander, Task Force Hotel in what would become Operation Dewey Canyon in the Vietnam War. [ [ Vietnam War: Operation Dewey Canyon] ]
* 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. [ [ General Bruce K. Holloway Biography] ]
* Major General LeRoy P. Hunt (California, 1914): United States Marine Corps. Commander, 5th Marines at the battle of Guadalcanal. [ [ Major General LeRoy P. Hunt] ]
* Brigadier General Albert Gallatin Jenkins (Jefferson College, 1848): Confederate Cavalry Brigade Commander and delegate to the first Confederate Congress. Occupied Chambersburg, Pennsylvania in 1863 and was wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg.
* Brigadier General Jacob Kline (Gettysburg, 1860): United States Army. During the Civil War, was promoted for Gallant and Meritorious Services during the Battle of Shiloh and Sherman's March to the Sea. Was made Brigadier General of Volunteers during the Spanish-American War. [ [ Jacob Kline's gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery] ]
* RADM G. Patrick March (Oregon State, 1946): United States Navy.
* Brigadier General Herbert V. Mitchell (Idaho, 1927): United States Army. While a Lieutenant Colonel, he led the 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry at Guadalcanal. [ [ Guadalcanal: The First Offensive] ]
* Major General Stanton R. Musser (Gettysburg, 1958): United States Air Force. Former member, Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squadron. Vice Commander, first operational F-15 wing at Langley AFB. [ [ Major General Stanton R. Musser] ] Former Commander,Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets. [ [ Spectrum: Corps of Cadets Changing with Time] ]
* Major General (ret.) Ronald K. Nelson (Northwestern, 1954): United States Marine Corps. Presidential helicopter pilot during the Eisenhower administration. Former Director, Education Center, Marine Corps Development and Education Command. Former Deputy Commanding General, MCAS Cherry Point. [ [ Major General USMC Reserve (Retired) Ronald K. Nelson] ]
* 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.
* Brigadier General James C. Rinaman (Florida, 1955): Florida Army National Guard.
* Major General Jack L. Rives (Georgia, 1974): United States Air Force JAG (Judge Advocate General) since February, 2006. Major General Jack Rives' official biography is found [ here] . [ [ Biographies : MAJOR GENERAL JACK L. RIVES ] ]
* RADM (ret.) Charles W. Rixey (William Jewell, 1948): United States Navy.
* Brigadier General John M. Rose, Jr. (Davidson, 1951): United States Air Force. Commander, Defense Logistics Services Center. Vice Commander, Oklahoma City Air Material Area. [ [ Brigadier General John M. Rose, Jr.] ]
* Major General Lew Wallace (DePauw, 1868): United States Army. A Lieutenant in the U.S.-Mexican War, a Union officer in the Civi War, later Governor of New Mexico Territory and Ambassador to Turkey. Author of Ben Hur.

Fijis Buried at Arlington National Cemetery

* Wilber Marion Brucker (Michigan, 1916): Governor of Michigan (1931-1933); Secretary of the Army (1955-1961).
* Major General Clovis E. Byers (Ohio State, 1921): Chief of Staff, Eighth US Army
* Brigadier General Jacob Kline (Gettysburg, 1860): United States Army. Civil War and Spanish-American War veteran.

Liberty Ship Namesakes

"Liberty Ships" were cargo ships built rapidly in the United States in order to transport supplies overseas during World War II. Over 2700 Liberty Ships were made and several were named after members of Phi Gamma Delta. These include:
* Calvin Coolidge (hull number 773)
* Frank Norris (hull number 2158)
* Zebulon B. Vance (hull number 145) (launched December 6, 1941 - the day before the attack on Pearl Harbor)

Fijis in Sports Halls of Fame

* Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York
** Christy Mathewson (Bucknell, 1902) (elected in the first class in 1936)
** Tom Yawkey (Yale, 1925) (elected in 1980)
* Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts
** Howard Cann (NYU, 1918)
** Clifford Carlson (Pittsburgh, 1918)
**Chuck Hyatt (Pittsburgh, 1930)
**William Reid (Colgate, 1918)
**Dean Smith (Kansas, 1953)
**Oswald Tower (Williams, 1907)
*Canadian Football Hall of Fame in Hamilton, Ontario
**Ormand Beach (Kansas, 1933)
**Wes Cutler (Toronto, 1933)
**Tony Gabriel (Syracuse, 1971)
**Ron Lancaster (Wittenberg, 1960)
**Myles Lane (Dartmouth, 1928)
*College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Indiana
**Francis "Reds" Bagnell (Pennsylvania, 1951) (inducted 1977)
**John Cappelletti (Penn State, 1974) (inducted 1993)
**William Beattie Feathers (Tennessee, 1934) (inducted 1955)
**Charles W. "Chic" Harley (Ohio State, 1919) (inducted in the first class, 1951)
**E.J. Holub, Jr. (Texas Tech, 1961) (inducted 1986)
**Gene McEver (Tennessee, 1931) (inducted 1954)
**Les Richter (California @ Berkeley, 1952) (inducted 1982)
**Roger Wehrli (Missouri, 1968) (inducted 2003)
*National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Baltimore, Maryland
**William K. Morrill, Jr. (Johns Hopkins, 1959) [ [ William K. Morrill, JR profile] ]
*National Wrestling Hall of Fame in Stillwater, Oklahoma
**Howell Scobey (Lehigh, 1936) [ [ Howell Scobey] ]
**Bob Konovsky (Wisconsin, 1956) [ [ Bob Konovsky] ]
*Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio
**Earl "Dutch" Clark (Colorado College, 1933) (inducted 1963)
**Roger Wehrli (Missouri, 1968) (inducted 2007)
*United States Bicycling Hall of Fame in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey
**Marcus Hurley (Columbia, 1908)
*United States Olympic Hall of Fame
**Bob Mathias (Stanford, 1953)
**1956 U.S. Basketball team (Bill Hougland (Kansas, 1952))
**Roone Arledge (Columbia, 1952), contributor
*World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida
**Jack Nicklaus (Ohio State, 1961)
**Hale Irwin (Colorado, 1967)
**Payne Stewart (Southern Methodist, 1979)

Super Bowl Fijis

*Eric Bjornson (Washington, 1994): Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl XXX (won) (1996)
*Tom Brookshier (Colorado, 1953): Philadelphia Eagles (won) (1960) (prior to AFL-NFL merger)
*Jimmy Cefalo (Penn State, 1978): Miami Dolphins Super Bowl XVII (lost) (1983) and Super Bowl XIX (lost) (1985)
*Riki Ellison (Southern California, 1982): San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl XIX (won) (1985); Super Bowl XXIII (won) (1989); and, Super Bowl XXIV (won) (1990)
*Brian Griese (Michigan, 1997): Denver Broncos Super Bowl XXXIII (won) (1999)
*E.J. Holub, Jr. (Texas Tech, 1961): Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl I(lost) (1967) and Super Bowl IV (won) (in 1970)
*Tom Matte (Ohio State, 1961): Baltimore Colts Super Bowl III (lost) (1969); Super Bowl V (won) (1971)
*Matt Suhey (Penn State, 1980): Chicago Bears Super Bowl XX (won) (1986)
*Bake Turner (Texas Tech, 1962): New York Jets Super Bowl III (won) (1969)

Presidents of the Boy Scouts of America

Three Fijis have been President of the Boy Scouts of America. They are:
* John Gottschalk (Nebraska, 1965)
* Jack Creighton (University of Pittsburgh, Ohio State University, 1954)
* John C. Cushman III (Colgate University, 1963)

Other Notable Phi Gams

* First Lieutenant Sidney Johnson Brooks, Jr. (Texas, 1918 and Kansas, 1919): Namesake, Brooks Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.
* Francis Marion Bishop (Illinois Wesleyan, 1870): Member, Major John Wesley Powell's second expedition down the Colorado River [citeweb|url= |title=John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum: Participants in the Second Trip down the Colorado River|accessdate=2007-08-26]
*John M. Howard (Monmouth College, 1869): Founder, Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity in 1871 at the University of Michigan.
*William L. Prather (Washington and Lee, 1871); President, University of Texas; Originator of the phrase "The Eyes of Texas are Upon You". [ [ The Eyes of Texas are Upon You] ]
*James J. Stukel (Purdue University); 15th President, University of Illinois

Other Phi Gamma Delta Lists

Phi Gamma Delta's Curator of Archives has assembled several exhaustive lists of noteworthy Fijis throughout history.

Brothers in War
*Phi Gamma Deltas have defended their countries during the many conflicts that have, unfortunately, happened since 1848.
*During the U.S.-Mexican War, Lew Wallace served as a Lieutenant.
*In the American Civil War, at least 181 Phi Gamma Deltas served in the [ Union] Army. [ [ Phi Gamma Deltas in the Civil War: Union] ]
*In the American Civil War, at least 185 Phi Gamma Deltas served in the [ Confederate] Army. [ [ Phi Gamma Deltas in the Civil War: Confederate] ]
*Nearly one hundred Fijis served during the Spanish American War. A list of Fijis known to have served is [ here] . [ [ Phi Gamma Deltas in the Spanish-American War] ]
*A total of 128 Phi Gams made the ultimate sacrifice in the War to End All Wars. [ Here] is a list of their names. [ [ World War I (gold star)] ]
*Thousands of Fijis served in World War II and over 500 Fijis gave their lives in the service of their country. A list of those who died, along with their chapter affiliations, is shown [ here] . [ [ World War II (gold star)] ]
*At least 21 Phi Gamma Deltas are known to have died during the Korean War. Those Fijis are listed [ here] . [ [ Korean War (gold star)] ]
*Fijis once again answered their country's call during the Vietnam War. Here is a partial [ list] of those who died plus a survivor of the infamous Hanoi Hilton. [ [ Vietnam War (gold star)] ]

Prominent Brothers:
*A list of Phi Gamma Deltas who have served in [ National politics] . [ [ Politicians in national service] ]
*A list of Phi Gams who have served in [ local politics] , such as State Legislatures, Mayors, etc. [ [ Politicians in local service] ]
*Fijis who have worked in and around [ Hollywood] . [ [ Phi Gamma Deltas in Hollywood] ]
*Fijis who have served as [ College or University Presidents] . [ [ College and University Presidents] ]
*From Acadia University to Wittenberg University, many [ college campus buildings] have been named for Phi Gams. [ [ College buildings named for Phi Gams] ]
*Between 1904 and 1969, forty one Fijis have been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship. [ Here] is a list of recipients. [ [ Rhodes Scholarships] ] Since 1969, many more Phi Gams have received this prestigious award. Their names will be added to this list soon.


External links

* [ Official Site]
* [ Archives of Phi Gamma Delta]

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