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Though he's "not without bitterness" about money he's seen misspent by schools, he'd rather see questions asked of "unimaginative" administrators than of the front-line teachers.
In 1933 he stepped in again to coach Hawthorn, when appointed coach Fred Phillips died on the eve of the season opener.
If Not to Rademacher, who explained his situation in a new blog post on his Tumblr feed.
He'd appreciate not to be made a "poster boy" for problems with the last-in, first-out (commonly called "LIFO") seniority system, which leaves new teachers vulnerable to budget cuts, and insures jobs of more-tenured teachers.
was an Australian rules footballer who played with South Melbourne in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Rademacher, originally from Leopold (a club based in South Melbourne).
He stayed on as captain-coach for the 1921 season before handing over the position to Bill Walton.