Calvin Coolidge (1872) - Coolidge was our country's 30th President
Al Davis (1929) - Longtime owner of the NFL's Oakland Raiders,
who coined the phrase "Commitment to Excellence."
Ann Landers and Abigail Van Buren (1918) - One of the most recognized
advice columnists in the world, Landers died in 2002. Her twin sister, Abigail, also an advice columnist, published under
the name 'Dear Abby.'
Gina Lollobrigida (1927) - This big screen Italian sex symbol
of the 50s and 60s is best remembered for her role in 'Strange Bedfellows' and guest appearances on the 80s TV hit 'Falcon
Matt Malley (1963) - Longtime and former bass player for the
musical group 'Counting Crows'.
Johnnie Parsons (1918) - This Indy race car driver won the 1950
Geraldo Rivera (1943) - Popular investigative reporter and talk
show host, best known for the infamous 'Mystery of Al Capone's vault' and search for lost treasure at the Lexington Hotel
in Chicago in 1986.
Eva Marie Saint (1924) - Famous lead actress who appeared opposite
Cary Grant in 'North by Northwest', Paul Newman in a TV version of 'Our Town,' Bob Hope in 'That Certain Feeling,' and Marlon
Brando in 'On the Waterfront.'
Neil Simon (1927) - Pulitzer Prize and Golden Globe Award-winning
writer's works include 'The Odd Couple,' 'Barefoot in the Park,' 'The Goodbye Girl,', 'Brighton Beach Memoirs,' and 'Lost
George Steinbrenner (1930) - Major League Baseball's version
of 'The Boss,' he purchased the New York Yankees from CBS for $10 million dollars in 1973 and proceeded to make 17 managerial
changes in his first 17 years as owner. In its annual survey, Forbes magazine recently estimated the Yankees to be valued
at $950 million dollars.
John Waite (1955) - Longtime Rock singer with hits as a soloist
and as a member of 'The Babys' and 'Bad English.' Bill Withers (1938) - Singer, songwriter, guitarist, best known for his 70s
hits 'Lean on Me' and 'Ain't No Sunshine.'