Johnny Sisk is known by many as a star halfback for the Chicago Bears, but before he became a member of the Packers' archrivals he starred in two sports at Marquette University. Sisk earned three letters at Marquette, captained the football team and earned All American honors.
Sisk also became joint record holder in the 40 and 50-yard dashes, and ran the quarter mile on the medley relay team, which set a world record. Sisk played five years for the Bears and was an important part of the 1933 championship team. After his retirement from football, Sisk returned to Milwaukee where he had a successful career in life insurance.