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Gus Welch

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Chippewa Indian who was simply inducted in the faculty Soccer Hall of Popularity, and in addition coached lacrosse in a number of universities. He performed quarterback at Carlisle Indian College, alongside Jim Thorpe, and was coached from the famous Pop Warner. He coached soccer at Washington Condition University, Virginia University or college, the American University or college, with Haskell Indian Countries University. He was created an integral part of the Chippewa tribe in Spooner, Wisconsin. He was became a member of by O.J. Simpson in the faculty Soccer Hall of Popularity in 1983.

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Full Name Gus Welch
Date Of Birth December 18, 1892
Died January 29, 1970, Bedford, Virginia, United States
Place Of Birth Wisconsin
Height 1.8 m
Weight 69 kg
Profession Football Player
Education Pennsylvania State University - Dickinson Law
Star Sign Sagittarius

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Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Las Vegas Nights1941additional dialogue
The Gracie Allen Murder Case1939screenplay - uncredited
Prison Farm1938screenplay
Cocoanut Grove1938construction and dialogue contributor - uncredited
Her Jungle Love1938screenplay
Scandal Street1938writer
Wells Fargo1937contributor to dialogue - uncredited
Wild Money1937
Murder Goes to College1937
F-Man1936
The Big Broadcast of 19361935contributor to special sequences - uncredited
Hold 'Em Yale1935
It's a Gift1934contributor to special sequences - uncredited
Sons of the Desert1933uncredited
Tillie and Gus1933unconfirmed - unconfirmed, uncredited
Hold 'Em Jail1932screen play
Girl Crazy1932dialogue
Ladies of the Jury1932additional dialogue
Men of Chance1931additional dialogue
Peach-O-Reno1931adaptation and dialogue
Oh! Oh! Cleopatra1931Short additional dialogue
50 Million Frenchmen1931screen adaptation

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Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Four Aristocrats1927/IVShort writer: "Voom Voom" - uncredited

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