Nominee Bios

Horlick Field 100 Nominee: Nash Motors vs. Horlick Racine Football Game

The afternoon edition of the October 18, 1919, Racine Journal-News announced that William Horlick, Sr. purchased W.I. League Park, along with the land to the west of the park, and it would be called Horlick Athletic Field. The very next day, the Horlick Racine football team met Nash Motors of Kenosha on the gridiron for ...

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Horlick Field 100 Nominee: William Horlick, Sr.

Historic Horlick Athletic Field wouldn't exist without William Horlick, Sr. Horlick grew up in England but came to the United States with his father-in-law, J.A. Horlick. Along with his brother-in-law, the three ran a limestone and quarry business. William moved to Chicago a few years later to help the business grow, but returned to Racine ...

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