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DEATH OF "PADDY'\GUNN.
Old Boj ' of the "Argus, in íepoit mg the death of Paddy' Gunn, wiites- -
Among the manj names which aie al
wai s mentioned when old plajers meet and disruss old time is that of Paddv" Gunn, of Carlton He carne to Rustrí lui as it lad fiotn Ireland, and was entered at AVeslcj College is a student m 1870 His name, lred AV Gunn, soon became Paddj, and as such be was always know n He plav ed in the AVcslej College team, and then wa» a menibci of tbe Southern team wbioh plajcd in illicit park one of his contomporari',b there being Geo Gill and thp pan subsequent Ij played togethei at Carlton Paddj ' Gunn was a noted plajer, and i«i Dum de «cubed in the 'Tootballcr" of 18S0 -' A teal encigptic little plajci still pcisists in trjmg to pla j evervwhere, -it frolic some as evet in pitt, and as artful in dodging "
Gunn wau i enntemporau of f,uch faui
out players at George Coulthard George Robertson, Hnrrj Wilson I Packards <who won the tiophv for chnmpioii ]on¿ kick in 18S0, 69% vardsj, 0 Browning (Cailton), I F AAratson D Aitken, Tames Bennie, F AA* (' Toppv ') Long den, Mut doch McKcnne, F Bal el, Ii Downes (Melbourne), H AV Bryant, 1 M Cartel (' Itirubo"), F G Hughes K Powell, W Kuper (the present provident)
f Bloomfield (Fssendou), D Ranniud (West Melbourne), H Young, 7 C Gib son, Alut Minchin, C F Mnjcn, Tack Rosser, C lhomas (South Mclbourue), Steve Fatrbmrn Geotgo AVathon, limes Wilson, Percy Douglas*, i Austin (Geo long), Tumet Gardiner, James Robertson, Harry Ftihrop, Aithtir Lev, and J Shaw (Hotham)
Vers small, but as slippcrv as an eel, Gunns clov ernes« with hm feet and in dodging made him a champion In bust
ness bo was a commet cm! tiavellpi, and his Irish wit and genial smile made bun a most popular man 'on the road " He retired manj j ears ago He had buen in ill health for some time, and died m the Alfred Hospital Ho leaves a widow, two son« (both members of the All ), and two daughters .*-.