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The Illinois Magazine Vol 8 October 1916 Classic Reprint
Excerpt from The Illinois Magazine, Vol. 8: October, 1916
Wisconsin football teams failed signally to satisfy the Badger sup porters during the past two seasons. Coach Juneau's efforts weren't well received. There was a lack of har mony all around, and most of the blame for the discord was piled upon Juneau's head. Last season Wiscon sin had a team of heavyweights, but they were helpless. In the Wisconsin Minnesota game the Badgers were clumsy and their repertoire of plays comprised less than half a dozen formations. In re spouse to the demands of the students and alumni, Camp Randall has a new boss this year. He is Dr. Paul Withington.
Dr. Withington is a Harvard man. He played on the Harvard football team for three years and was also a member of the Harvard crew, the swimming team and the wrestling team. He graduated from Let' ters and Sciences in 1910 and then took a five year course in medicine. During these five years he was assistant football coach at Harvard.
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