Albert Hartkopf

Albert Hartkopf

Albert Ernst Victor Hartkopf was an Australian sportsman who played Test cricket for Australia and Australian rules football for Melbourne University Football Club. Born in North Fitzroy, Victoria to German migrants, Hartkopf attended Scotch College, Melbourne, attracting attention as a star schoolboy athlete. After graduating from Scotch, Hartkopf studied medicine at the University of Melbourne, where he represented University in the Victorian Football League, playing 48 games and kicking 87 goals. In 1911, Hartkopf cemented his position as one of Australia's best all-round sportsmen by becoming the Victorian state 440 yards champion and making his first-class cricket debut for ... more on Wikipedia

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