Frank W. McDonald
Participated as an integral part of the football, basketball and track teams at Baker, lettering in each.
Was elected captain of the state championship basketball team that lost only one game in 1919.
Served as president of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and the Baker University Athletic Association.
Worked three summers on the Chautauqua circuit where he became well acquainted with the honorable William Jennings Bryan.
Spent 13 years at Haskell Indian School serving as assistant football coach, head coach of basketball and track, chairman of the stadium financial committee and director of athletics.
Responsible for the fund-raising and building of Haskell Stadium dedicated in 1926.
Organized and served as president of the Young Democrat Club of Douglas County. Later served as State President of the Young Democrats.
Close personal friend and consultant to former Kansas governors George Docking and Robert Docking. Served as chairman of their gubernatorial campaigns.
Founded and owned the McDonald Beverage Company of Lawrence, Kan.
Served eight years as chairman of the Kansas Turnpike Authority.
Previously inducted into the American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame and the State of Kansas Athletic Hall of Fame.