Doster Robert "Doc" De Haven - Class of 1949 - MADISON - Blow, Gabriel Blow. Beloved father, musician, and teacher, Doster Robert "Doc" De Haven Jr. [age 85], passed to heaven on Friday, Aug. 12, 201...
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October 14, 1905: defeated Sun Prairie 80-0
October 21, 1905: defeated Lodi 64-0
November 4, 1905: defeated Darlington 62-0
November 18, 1905: defeated Baraboo 35-0 "in the most brilliant victory of the season."
The Tychoberahn's report on that game also says that, "The way McCarthy's machine ran over, around, through, and under the opposing team, brought joy to the hearts of Madison rooters and a strange quietude and dignified solemnity to the supporters of Baraboo."
Reading from left to right,
First Row: Perry Fess (sub), William Hammersley (right half-back), Basil Casey (center), Alfred Buser (right guard), Fred Vater (left guard), Edward Trainor (left tackle), Edwin Koch (sub), Leslie Oldham (sub).
Second Row: Charles H. McCarthy (coach), Thomas Malone (sub), Edwin Moll (captain and left half-back), Mandus Scott (sub), Edward Fisher (manager).
Third row: Andrew Munsell (full back), James Dean (left end), Walter Wellman (sub.), Everett French (right tackle).
Fourth Row: Walter Replinger (quarter back), George Wilderman (mascot), Joseph Hausmann (right end).