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|Height: 5' 10||Weight: 180 lbs.||Alumni Status: ND '60|
|Location: The Ville, Gateway to Dixie||Favorite Baseball Team: Old Louisville Colonels, especially Jimmy Piersall and Handoff Harry Agganis.|
|Natural Enemies: I outlived most, others I ignore.|
|Athletic Ability:||Member PGA of America since 1967. Member PGA Half Century Club Father and brother both PGA Half Century Club members. Over 160 combined years of serving Louisville area golfers.
ND golf captain, frosh numerals, 3 Monograms. I don't know if that qualifies me as an athlete or not, didn't used to. Did all of the other sports stuff in high school. Adequate, however I still cannot wiggle my ears.
I've lost a lot of distance with my golf shots because of the nature of passing time and medical issues but still scrape it around OK. Hit range balls and play a few holes most every day.
|Sartorial Style:||Try to look good. I have the threads to do that too!|
|Favorite Beverage and Consumption Freq:||A half pint and a six pack used to get me to where I wanted to be. Now the aroma will do it.|
|Political Philosophy:|| Independent but against abortion except in some serious cases.
Tree hugger. We only have one planet. Help save it.
Cradle Catholic from the Kentucky Holy Land. (Archdiocese of Louisville.)
|Musical Favorites:|| I was Grand Ole Opry type country before country was cool. Today's country reminds me of nothing but pop music in Stetsons and boots. Which is OK, I suppose. Also enjoyed 40's and 50's Rhythm & Blues and original Rock & Roll.
In 1956 I first saw Chuck Berry play and do his duck walk across the stage in a R&B review at the South Bend Avon theater. All of the vintage R&B stars were there.
|Favorite Quote from an ND Coach:||An unnamed ND coach (or any coach for that matter) ... "This is a rebuilding year!"|
|Miscellaneous Data:||..."From the rockin' of the cradle to the rollin' of the hearse,
the going up was worth the coming down"