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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 21, 1912, Image 14

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critics of eastern football for a
position on the coveted honor,
was not selected by Camp.
The two old chums, Wallace
and "Moose," as Englehorn is
called hy everyohe-in the North
west, owin? to his 75 inches of
height and 210 pounds of muscle
have met twice as opponents on
the gridiron. Last year in the fa
mous Dartmouth - Princeton
game, which resulted in a 6-0 vic
tory for the "Tigers, the winning
points were scored by a long dfop
kick by DeWitt. After the game
the two life-long friends met in
the center of the gridiron and
shook hands.
That sure is some sporting
spirit. To show that the boys
have not fallen down in their 'at
tempt to grab all the honors, may
be judged from the following
Englehorn J
Entered Dartmouth college in
fall of 1910.
Played tackle in varsity foot
ball team in 191 1 and 12.
Won the all-New England
hammer throw at the games held
in 1912.
Put the 16-pound shot 43 feet,
Ran the 120-yard hurdles in f6
Elected to presidency of the
junior class this year.
Selected as captain of the foot
ball team for 1913.
Did all the goal and place kick
ing for the Dartmouth team.
Is a high-class student, stand
ing high in all of his classes.
Is center on the basketball
Is one of the editors and critics
on the Teading Dartmouth daily.
Is a member of Kappa Sigma
fraternity. '
Entered Princeton university
in fall, pf 1910. - -J
"Flayed oh football varsity tearr?
in 1911 and 12. i
Was the big factorin 1911 sea
son, when 'Princeton beat YaleJ
Harvard and Dartnou$h. "If
' PJayed on the crack "rincetdnj
basketball team in 1911 ind 12. "
'Elected captain of the, basket
hall team for 1912-13. ?
Mentioned for All-American?
football team by New orkand1
many other prominent papers, "f
Elected president this year 9ft
the junior class. ' J
Is a member of the.SigmaNu
fraternity.' -
Made more yardage than aayj
other fullback in the cast this
year, except Brickley of Harvard.;
Did all the punting for thel ,
football team in 1911-12. j
Made the- famous drop kicfe
which beat Dartmouth in 1911?
6-0. v
"Why don't you go home-to,
lunch?" asked one.
"Because," replied the otherfj
''I never reach my office soon
enough to be able to return suffi
ciently early to get back again in
time to return to my dinner."
- 0 o
La Follette has presented his
8-hours work bill for District of
Columbia women. Go at 'em with
the minimum wage proposition,
too, Bob!

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