John F. Kennedy

Kennedy was elected in 1960 and was the youngest president to be elected at that time.  He was the United States 35th president.   Kennedy attended a private school called Choate and later graduated from Harvard in 1940.  He later served in World War II with the Navy.  His term lasted 3 years until his assassination in 1963.

Dan Devine

Devine was elected into the Nation Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1985 for his impressive coaching career throughout the years.  He coached for Arizona State, Missouri, Notre Dame, and the Green Bay Packers.  He had many victories throughout the years that eventually led him to obtaining a national title with Notre Dame in 1977.

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Paul Allen

Paul allen is the co-founder of microsoft making him one of the richest men alive today.  He is now currenty a member of the microsoft board of directors.  He is the owners of NBA's Trailblazers and NFL's Seattle Seahawks.

Pope John Paul II

Pope John Paul II was an honorary member of Phi Kappa Theta, and was the Pope of the Catholic Church for 26 years. It was firmly believed that he was responsible for the end of communism in Poland, ultimately the remainder of Europe. He has also helped with the relations between the Catholic Church and Judaism.
Paul Giel

Paul Giel was born in Winona, Minnesota in 1932.  He played college football and baseball.  After college he played in the MLB and was starting pitcher for the giants.  Has also played for the Twins, Athletics, and Pirates.