Famous Alumni

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Bob Barker Emcee for Ms. Universe and Rose Bowl parades, former host of the "The Price is Right".
William Daniels Emmy Award winning actor starred in St. Elsewhere and was the voice for "Kitt" in Knight Rider.
James Dean Pledged Sigma Nu but dropped out of college.
Harrison Ford Starred in some of the most successful films ever made, including Star Wars, the Empire Strikes Back, Apocalypse Now, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Blade Runner, Return of the Jedi, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Working Girl, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Presumed Innocent, Witness, Regarding Henry, Patriot Games, The Fugitive, and Clear and Present Danger. Also the 1985 best actor nominee for Witness.
Zane Grey Western novelist.
Dave Guard Guitar player who helped form the Kingston Trio. The Kingston Trio immediately won the 1959 Grammy for best folk performance.
William Inge Playwright and Pulitzer Prize winner.
Tom Johnson President of CNN, has also served as President and CEO of the Los Angeles Times.
Peter Maas Author of "Serpico" and "The Valachi Papers".
Dumas Malone Pulitzer Prize Winner
Glenn Miller Leader of the Glenn Miller Orchestra, in the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame.
Tom Poston Won 1959 Emmy as best supporting actor in a comedy series for the Steve Allen show. Featured in "To Tell the Truth", "Mork and Mindy", and "Newhart". He received best supporting actor Emmy nominations in 1984, 1986, and 1987
Shadoe Stevens Host of ABC radio's American Top 40.
Boyd Tinsley Violinist of the famous Dave Matthews Band
Political Figures
Lloyd Bentson Former senator from Texas, Vice Presidential Candidate in 1988, and former Secretary of the Treasury
John Dean Former White House council
Clarence Kelly Former director of the FBI
Trent Lott Senate Minority Leader
George Mitchell Former Senate Majority Leader
Jody Powell Former Presidential Press Sectretary
Brothers Quentin Burdick, Allan M. Cranston, Clifford Hansen, James A. McClure, Herman Talmadge, and Bob Graham all served as members of the United States Senate
Sports Figures
Felix Blanchard Three time all American, 1945 Heisman trophy winner
Paul "Bear" Bryant Coached several teams to a record of 323-85-17
Brad Culpepper Tampa Bay Buccaneer Defensive Tackle
Bobby Dodd Coached Tennessee to 165-64-8
Walt Dropo American League rookie of the year in 1950, played 12 seasons for the Red Sox.
Dallas Green Major League baseball player, manager of Chicago Cubs and N.Y. Mets.
Melvin Hein NFL Hall of Fame
Dick Howser AL Rookie of the Year in 1961, managed K.C. Royals to World Series title.
Lindy Infante Green Bay Packers head coach 1988-1991.
Chet Jastremski 1964 Olympic Bronze Medalist, Cover of Sports Illustrated, swimming hall of fame.
Hayes Alan Jenkins Olympic figure skating Gold Medalist, 1956.
Norm Johnson Ranks 15th all time in points scored in NFL history.
William " Hootie "Johnson Chairman of Masters Golf Tournament
Stan Jones NFL Hall of Fame
Henry Jordan NFL Hall of Fame
Archie Manning Former Pro quarterback for the New Orleans Saints.
Jerry Kramer Green Bay Packer great
Eli Manning Pro quarterback for the New York Giants.
Mike McCormack NFL Hall of Fame
Tommy McDonald NFL Hall of Fame
Al Michaels Announcer with ABC's Monday Night Football since 1986.
Pat Riley Basketball coach of the Lakers and the N.Y. Knicks. Won 4 NBA titles with the Lakers.
Steve Stenstrom Stanford quarterback and a Heisman trophy candidate.
Greg Swindell Pitches for the Texas Rangers. Recently named to Baseball American's all time college all star team.
Tommy Vardell Cleveland Browns running back
Billy Vessels Heisman Trophy Winner
Cy Young Olympic track Gold Medalist in 1952
Other Famous Brothers
Michael Armstrong President of AT&T
Jim Beam Whiskey Entrepreneur
Vance Devoe Brand Astronaut
Ronald Evans Astronaut - Flew on Apollo 17
Jack Katz President of Panama Jack
John L. Morris Founder of Bass Pro Shops
Charles Schwab Investor
Chuck Yeager First Man to break the sound barrier.