One of the most decorated Bearcats of the 1940s.
Two-way performer at halfback on the 1942 team that posted an 8-2 record, the lone losses to Rose Bowl-bound Georgia and Tennessee, which went on to play in the Sugar Bowl.
Enlisted in the Navy for World War II and his assignment stationed him at UC's College of Medicine.
Continued his athletic career, participating on the basketball teams of 1943-44-45.
Cage squad's third-leading scorer his sophomore and junior campaigns.
Earned a pair of letters as a pitcher on the 1942 and 1943 baseball teams and was an instrumental player when football returned in 1945.
Earned his medical degree at UC's College of Medicine and later served as professor there.
UC Athletic Hall of Fame 1995.
Football, Basketball, Baseball