Never imagining what might become of the semipro football team being formed that day, nobody documented who was there or how many were on hand. There had been no announcement of the meeting beforehand, and the Press-Gazette provided no details about it the day after. Nor was it spelled out if much of the preliminary work had been completed beforehand or if the meeting itself triggered a rapid-fire chain of events. Whatever the case, the Press-Gazette in its Aug. A second meeting was held at the Press-Gazette on Aug. Curly Lambeau was elected captain of the team, and George Whitney Calhoun was named manager. Back home after dropping out of school in December, Lambeau was working for Indian Packing at the time.