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1914
Record 3 - 5 - 0


Back row: Maurice Stoner, Clarence Miller, Russell Sonner, Marshall Mohn, Eugene Devor, Coach Albert J. Allen
Front: Earl Coates, Joe Moyer, Harold Stockwell, Capt Carl Morrow, James Ilger, Wayne McDowell
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
0
33
0
7
0
28
7
0
Shelby
Plymouth
Medina
Galion
Galion
New London
Bucyrus
Mansfield
6
0
25
19
6
12
6
59
LE
LT
LG
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB
Harold Stockwell
Clarence Kosht
Eugene Devor
Marshall Mohn
Maurice Stoner
Ray Kiplinger
Howard Baney
Earl Coates
Wayne McDowell
Russell Sonner
Carl Morrow
Clarence Miller
 

Coach Allen, a Western Reserve graduate, was unable to finish half the season because of a
typhoid fever attack, and a former star of the 1910 team Paul "Spitz" Ganyard, assistant coach and YMCA director, took over the squad. Wayne McDowell provided the winning touchdowns by returning blocked punts for TDs against New London (70 yds) and Bucyrus (25 yards). Clarence Kosht started at tackle for the fifth straight year. Capt. Carl Morrow was the most versatile back. McDowell scored 4 TDs and Russell Sonnors kicked 9 Xpts.

 


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