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Dear Alpha Delta Alumni:

Once again, it is time for the annual Indianapolis-area alumni dinner. The Date is Thursday, February 22, 2018, so mark your calendars and BE THERE!

UNLIKE PAST YEARS, we decided there WILL be planned speeches, but still no collections, except for your dinner and drinks, and absolutely no other agenda. Appetizers will be provided! Traditionally, this has been a terrific get-together of old and new friends and an opportunity to build social and business relationships.

To explain further, we have come to feel like there has been some lack of updates and misperceptions of the activities at 800 David Road. The house is on target to double in occupancy this Fall from Spring of last year. We are looking at coming off probation after this semester, while almost half the houses are on some sort of probation. To clarify questions about growth, alcohol rules today, our Top 10 GPA status out of 40 houses, etc., we are having new President Andrew Callas and a couple other members of Exec speak to everyone for a little bit during halftime. They, of course, will be mingling all evening to meet and introduce themselves. There are a lot of GREAT things going on in our Chapter!

We are also working on better alumni communications, including updating the database. With the above agenda, we hope you take a few minutes and reach out to your brethren and encourage them to RSVP, in case we have lost track of some alums.

The meeting place is The District Tap3720 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46240. It is between Keystone Avenue and Allisonville Road, just south of I-465. Theta Chi Alumni will have numerous tables reserved in the side party room, so just ask the hostess for Theta Chi.

The social hour will begin at 5:30pm, with an opportunity to order dinner. We will enjoy the Purdue vs. Illinois men’s basketball game on the TVs. Tip-off time for the game is scheduled for 7:00pm.

Please RSVP by calling 317-341-1679 or email to 

We look forward to seeing YOU at the dinner!!




Famous Theta Chi Alumni - Nationally

    John M. Shalikashvili, Former Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, Supreme Allied Commander, Commander-in-Chief United States Military (Retired)

    Steven Spielberg, Movie Producer, Writer & Director

    Charles Addams, Cartoonist for New Yorker Magazine & creator of The Addams Family

    Rob Corddry, Screen Actor and "Senior Correspondent" on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

    Francis H. Striker, Writer, Co-Creator of the Lone Ranger

    Lee Iacocca, Former Chairman and CEO, Chrysler Corporation

    William Oesterle, CEO Angie's List and former Purdue Trustee

    J. William Grimes, Former President and CEO, ESPN

    Alfred Lynch, Former CEO and International President, JC Penney Co., Author

    Harry Mullikin, Former Chairman, Westin Hotels & Resorts

    John Kapioltas, Former Chairman, President, Director and CEO, Sheraton Hotels

    William K. Howell, Former President and CEO, Miller Brewing Company, Milwaukee

    Robert Krasa, Former President and CEO of Dow Corning, Former CEO of Haworth Inc.

    Warren Magnuson, Former US Senator

    Carl T. Curtis, Former US Senator and Representative

    Ralph G. Brooks, Former Governor of Nebraska

    Robert "Lefty" Grove,  Baseball Hall of Famer - Philadelphia A's 1925-33, Boston Red Sox 1934-41

    Theodore Christianson, Former Governor of Minnesota

    Jacob A. Preus, Former Governor of Minnesota

    Ernest W. Gibson, Former US Senator, Governor of Vermont

    Henry Schricker, Former Governor of Indiana

    Michael BerghoffMichael Berghoff (Alpha Delta), Lenex Steel, CEO; Purdue Trustee & Purdue President Search Committee Chair

    Ambassador Randall L. Tobias, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, Former CEO and Chairman, AT&T, Former Chairman, President and CEO of Eli Lilly and Company, Author

    Fuller Warren, Former Governor of Florida

    Harry Hughes, Former Governor of Maryland

    Harry Reasoner, Former news anchor of ABC & CBS, Editor of 60 Minutes

    Herbert Kubly, Journalist and playwright

    Michael J. Shaara, Pulitzer Prize winner for the novel The Killer Angels which served as the basis for the movie Gettysburg

    Paul Zimmerman, Sports Editor of the Los Angeles Times

    Jay Ingram, Toronto Star Journalist, Author, TV Host of several Discovery Channel Canada programs, including Daily Planet

    Dr. Donald E. Knuth, Computer Scientist and Professor Emeritus, Stanford University

    Dr. Owen Chamberlain, Former Professor of Physics, joined "Manhattan Project" 1942-1946, Winner of 1959 Nobel Prize in Physics

    Dr. Edward G. Gibson, Former NASA Astronaut, spent 84 days aboard Skylab

    Ralph "Shug" Jordan, Former Head Football Coach Auburn University, 1957 NCAA Champions

    Brian CardinalBrian Cardinal (Alpha Delta), Former Purdue basketball player and member of 2011 NBA Championship Dallas Mavericks

    Vern Mikkelsen, Former basketball player for the Minneapolis Lakers & in the Basketball Hall of Fame

    Tunch A. Ilkin, Former NFL athlete and voice of the Pittsburgh Steelers

    Jim Parque, Former pitcher for the Chicago White Sox

    Bill "Tosh" Tosheff, First NBA co-rookie of the year (1951-52), played for the Indianapolis Olympians & Milwaukee Hawks

    Tom Haller, Former MLB catcher for the San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers and Detroit Tigers

    Alan K. "Al" Saunders, Offensive Coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs, Former Head Coach of the San Diego Chargers, 1986–1988


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