Don Doheny is the student who did the Patton impersonation. He attended ND on an Army ROTC scholarship and owned all of the Patton uniform gear he wore during his impersonation. He graduated in 1977 with a degree in architecture. His Patton impersonation debuted in Emil T's freshman chemistry class. He won the talent contest one year during An Tostal. I seem to remember that he also did the Patton impersonation one time at a pep rally in Stepan Center. Don also went to ND Law School and was an Army JACG in Europe in the early 80's.
I remember the Patton score was blaring as he drove up, which irriated the guy doing the Groucho Marx on the stage.
On another note- Ed "Duke" Scales was in the local paper- in a photo with Zeke Motta- both from vero Beach about the upcoming game and reminiscing by Ed about the '73 game. Ed got his nickname from doing his John Wayne impersonation.
I also remember the young lady that did impersonations of kitchen utensils and one of my classmates that recited (from memory) the last nine minutes of play by play from the Notre Dame victory over UCLA.
but I was a year after you. Maybe he did it again in 76-77?
I met you in Zahm because of our mutual friend Jim (the drummer) and his buddies Jerry and the "Ghana prince".
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He was a freaking riot, right down to the polished helmet. How he conscripted the golf cart I have no idea. From Ohio as I recall, but that detail could be wrong.