Bill Bohné (Art) recently put his penchant for seeing art in the everyday into practice by transforming the two-by-six planks that once seated fans in the John R. Minahan Stadium into pieces that speak to a storied history. Bohné picked through the debris to save a stadium memento for friend Frank Pirman ’52, who played football in the undefeated 1951 season. He used a pile of green- and gold-painted wooden planks from the stadium seating to create a design inspired by heraldry that provides a fitting memory of Green Knights through the decades.