A Century of Ashland Arrow Football
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1918
Record 2 - 2 - 1


Back row: Weldon Hoot, George Gault, Charles HarrisonRobert Bogniard, Earl Hetler
Middle: Capt Lawrence Gault, Edwin Wells, Art Rybolt, Don Copeland, William Mandeville
Front: Fred Schmuck, John Wensinger, Art Vlerebome, Paul Curry
         
SCORES       LINE UP
         
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
AHS
6
13
0
0
9
SATC Ashland College
SATC Ashland College
Medina
Lorain
Alumni
6
0
20
72
0
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB
Fred Schmuck
Edwin Wells
Bill Mandeville
Don Copeland
Russell Sattler
Art Rybolt
John Wensinger
Paul Curry
Art Vlerebome
Charles Harrison
Lawrence Gault
 

It was a hard luck season because of the influenza epidemic. Only five of the scheduled nine games were played, and each week there was uncertainly about the next opponent.When the team traveled by autos to the Lorain game, the machine carrying the starting backfield broke downwith flat tires. They never arrived until the end of the game which was a 72-0 stomping. The giants for that season were Eddie Wells (168 pounds) and sophomore tackle Arthur Rybolt (165). The offense was led by Capt. Lawrence Gault and QB Paul Curry.

 


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