Inductee No: 25                                                                       Inducted: August 17, 1985


Date of Birth: January 15, 1930  Gary, IN


High School Attended: Gary Lew Wallace                              Graduated: 1948

High School Honors: Two letter winner in Football, Basketball & Baseball


College Attended: University of Kentucky Lexington    Graduated: 1952

College Honors: Full Football Scholarship under Paul “Bear” Bryant; Played in 3

Coaching Experience: Assistant Football Coach for 10 years; Head Football Coach for 13 years; Also coached various other sports.

Coaching Honors: Recognized by the “Old Timers Athletics Association” in 1944

GUY J. “RED” MACKEY(Deceased

                                                                                                Inducted: April 30, 1977


Date of Birth: December 14, 1905


High School Attended: New Albany High School                                             Graduated:1925


College Attended: Purdue University                                                   Graduated: 1929

College Honors: Football Letterman 1926, 1927, 1928; Honorable Mention all American End 1928


Coaching Experience: Assistant Freshman Football Coach in 1929; Assistant Varsity Football Coach in 1931.


Outstanding Players Coached: Paul Moss; Emmett Lowery, Ben Brit, “Swede” Thursby, David Rankin, George Bell, Ted Axton, Paul Humphrey, Frank Bykowski, Bob Johnson, “Augie” Morningstar.


Special Recognition: Administrative Assistant to Athletic Director in 1941; Athletic Director from 1942 to February 22, 1971 at Purdue; served Purdue Sports for 46 years; 5 football coaches served under him; Purdue went to the Rose Bowl in 1966 ( game January 1, 1967). Leather Medal Award from Sigma Delta Chi in 1944; Member National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame; Co-founder of John Purdue Club; Instrumental in the construction of Mackey Arena which was completed for the 1967-68 season; built 2- 18 hole golf courses, an outdoor track, tennis courts, baseball diamond, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and Co-Rec Gymnasium, Ross-Ade Stadium Enlarged 5 times all under his tenure; Dean of Big Ten Athletic Director at time of death ; November 1971 Alumni Board of his Fraternity Sigma Pi; designated an annual scholarship as the “Guy J. Mackey Scholarship Award”; May 6, 1972, received distinguished      alumni award from Purdue Alumni Association Inc. for meritorious services performed for more than 40 years. Highest tribute which can be given by the Association and tenth recipient of this award; June 1975 inducted posthumously into National Association of Collegiate Directors Hall of Fame, the fifth Former Big Ten Athletic Director selected.



                                                            Inducted: May 21, 2000

Induction No:  404                                                                     Merrillville                                                                                                                                                                              

Date of Birth: January 27, 1921 Gary, IN


High School Attended: Frobel                                                 Graduated: 1940

High School Honors: All Conference his Senior year.


College Attended: Valparaiso University          1942-43            Graduated: 1949 

                                Northwestern University 1946-49          

College Honors: First freshman to make the All American Conference football first team in 1942 at Valparaiso and was the biggest man on the team. Spent two years in starting lineup with Northwestern as left tackle. Played both offense and defense, participated as the "kick off" specialist. He started in the Rose Bowl game in 1949 at tackle against California and won the Rose Bowl. Signed with the Chicago Hornets in the All-American League and played August 1949 to September 1949. Resigned to coach football.


Coaching Experience: Coached at Froebel until school closed in 1976. Continued to teach in the Gary School System until his retirement in 1984.


Outstanding Career: George became a Paratrooper and member of the OSS during World War II in Southern France.


                                                            Inducted: August 13, 1988

Induction No:  260                                                                               South Bend                  


Date of Birth: May 17, 1922 Mishawaka


High School Attended: Mishawaka HS                                      Graduated: 1941

High School Honors: Honorable Mention as a member of an All-State Football Eleven; Participated in Basketball and Track.


College Attended: Indiana University, U  in 1942 

                                University of Notre Dame  1943-44

                                University of Illinois   1946-47                        Graduated: 1947               

College Honors: Played football for Coach Frank Leahy and Notre Dame with the 1943 National Championship Team. Started at Halfback with Notre Dame coached by E. McKeever in 1944. Played Halfback on the Illinois Big 10 Conference Championship team in 1946 and Rose Bowl Winning Team on 1/1/1947


Professional Athletic Background: Played for the Buffalo Bills as a two way player in 1948 and won Eastern Division. Played for the Detroit Lions for Bo McMillan in 1949-50; Maggioli completed his professional career in 1950 as a defensive back with Baltimore Colts.

Outstanding Accomplishments: Active in community Projects such as Beiger Heritage Foundation; volunteer football coach for St. Joseph's Grade School teams; was honored by Mishawaka HS with induction into its Hall of Fame in 1996


                                                                                                Inducted: December 3, 1975                                                  

Date of Birth: 1909

High School Attended: Clinton High School                       Graduated: 1925

High School Honors: Star Athlete in Baseball as Catcher, Football as Fullback, earned 4 letters in Football, Triple threat on gridiron.


College Attended: Indiana University                                        Graduated: 1929

College Honors: All- American in football and All Big Ten


Coaching Experience: Clinton High School 4 years with record of 35-3-2. Clinton won two Mythical State Championships. Coach of Football and Track at Ball State University between 1936-1952 with record of 68-46 -14


Coaching Honors: Guided the Ball State Cardinals to their only unbeaten, untied seasons in 1949 when they posted a 8-0-0 mark.


Special Recognition: Establish a John V, Magnabosco Award for Ball State’s Most Valuable Football Player- Noting that the recipient must have displayed the qualities of character and leadership that were important to Magnabosco.



                                                            Inducted: July 31, 1993

Induction No:  318                                                                 Bloomington                                                                                                                                                                                

Date of Birth: 1935


High School Attended: Sandusky, OH                         Graduated: 1953

High School Honors: All Conference and President Student Council


College Attended: Miami University                            Graduated: 1957 

College Honors: Was Co-Captain and All Conference. Played for Ara Parseghian for 3 year and John Pont for 1 year.


Coaching Experience: Bill will enter his 10th season as the Head Football Coach at Indiana this fall. He has guided the Hoosiers to five bowl appearences in the last seven years and has posted 49 victories which rank second on the schools all time coaching list. Bill has been a collegiate head coach for 23 years. He also coached at Northern Illinois, Miami University and Colorado. His coaching record is 148-104-4 as career Coach.


Coaching Honors: Bill was Big Ten coach of the year in 1986 and 1987, Kodak District Coach of the Year in 1986 and 1987, Mac Coach of the year in 1973 and 1983. He was Head coach of the 1993 East Team in the East West Shrine Bowl, on the coaching staff of the Hula Bowl, Japan Bowl and East-West Shrine Bowl. Bill was inducted into the Miami University Ohio Athletic Hall of Fame. 

Bill and his wife have three sons: Mike All Big Ten at Michigan, Doug, Co-Captian at Michigan and Curt who also attending Michigan.



Inductee No: 342                                                                     Inducted: June 23, 1996


Date of Birth: August 10, 1931       East Chicago


High School Attended: East Chicago Roosevelt                       Graduated: 1947


College Attended: Wabash College                                        Graduated: 1955


College Honors: Lettered in Football, Basketball and Baseball


Officiating Experience: 1st Football Finals in 1977 (3A), 1981, 1985, 1989 and 1993

4 Basketball State Finals and 5 Baseball State Finals


The only official to officiate 5 state finals every year he was eligible, which was every 4 years.


                                                            Inducted: August 2, 1974

Induction No:  222                                                      


Date of Birth: February 16, 1905


High School Attended: Lindbloom HS, Chicago                           Graduated: 1923

High School Honors: Received 12 letters in high school in football, basketball, baseball, track, and swimming; Won the Chicago HS Baseball Championship in 1923; Played Washington HS (New York Champions in the Polo Grounds. He was the pitcher.


College Attended: University of Chicago                                     Graduated: 1927
Indiana University MS and DD

College Honors: Sophomore fullback on the University of Chicago's last Big 10 Football Championship (1924); Football Captain in 1926 under Coach Amos Alonzo Stagg.


Coaching Experience: Football Coach for 19 years, Baseball Coach for 15 years, Basketball Coach for 9 years, Golf Coach for 9 years at Indiana State University; Freshman Football Coach at Indiana University under Bill Hayes; Coached US Air Force in 1945 and ranked 17th in nation.


Special Recognition: Recognized for 25 years of service in the Indiana Collegiate Conference; Affiliated with the Indiana State University for 44 years. There he coached various sports and chaired the Men's Physical & Recreation Department.  Established the School of Health, Physical Education and served as its 1st Dean until retirement. Upon Retirement formal players and friends established the Dr. Walter E. Mark Scholarship fund at the Indiana State University; and an athletic field was named in his honor; Officiated Rose Bowl game in 1960.