|Birth Day||April 21, 1887|
|Age||132 YEARS OLD|
American college football quarterback and right halfback who played for Notre Dame in the first decade of the 1900s.
He rounded out his university career by not only playing football, but also pitching for the baseball team, acting in theatrical productions, and singing in Notre Dame's glee club.
His 1909 touchdown against the University of Michigan secured Notre Dame's first win against the Wolverines.
He was married to Louise Brotherton, and the couple lived in Cleveland, where Billy had a career in real estate.
Gus Dorais also played for Notre Dame's football team in the early 1900s.