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Howard Jones

Howard Jones (College football.  Born, Excello, OH, Aug. 23, 1885; died, Toluca Lake, NY, July 27, 1941.)  Although he was to earn fame as the long-time coach at Southern California (1925-40), Howard Harding Jones learned both football and coaching at Yale.  Jones played for powerhouse Yale teams before his 1908 graduation, coached there in 1909, […]

Ted Coy

Ted Coy (College football.  Born, Andover, MA, May 24, 1888; died, New York, NY, Sept. 8, 1935.)  Considered the finest runner of his time, Edward Harris Coy starred for the Yale football squads that were 26-1-2 in his three seasons (1907-09).  Coy, a fullback in the single-wing style set, captained the 1909 team that included […]

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