1915 Team

1915 Army 5-3-1
1915/11/27 Army 14 – Navy 0 W

http://forwhattheygaveonsaturdayafternoon.com/wp-1915/

Coach Charles Dudley “Charlie” Daly (October 31, 1880 – February 12, 1959)
Appeared in the film Daly, of West Point. 1902.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Dudley_Daly
Army VS. Navy On Saturday – Reading Eagle – Nov 26, 1915
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=7lorAAAAIBAJ&sjid=a50FAAAAIBAJ&dq=football%20philadelphia&pg=6364%2C3771085

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Two future Coaching Greats! and the Asst Manager became the Army Chief of Staff!

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Howitzer 1916
http://digital-library.usma.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/howitzers/id/15636/rec/22

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Army Mule and Navy Goat In Annual Game at Gotham – Atlanta Constitution – Nov 27, 1915
The football elevens of the United States Naval and Military academies will close the eastern gridiron season with their annual contest here tomorrow afternoon. Indications point to a hard-fought game.

Service Game Today May Break Existing Series Tie. Army and Navy Have Each Won Nine Games .. – Lewiston Daily Sun – Nov 27, 1915
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=nbogAAAAIBAJ&sjid=i2kFAAAAIBAJ&dq=football%20philadelphia&pg=2346%2C3427013

Army VS. Navy On Gridiron. Cadets Score First In Annual Contest….- Reading Eagle – Nov 27, 1915
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=7lorAAAAIBAJ&sjid=a50FAAAAIBAJ&dq=football%20philadelphia&pg=6364%2C3771085

Soldier and Sailor Elevens Will Try to Break Tie – The Day – Nov 27, 1915
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=3vsgAAAAIBAJ&sjid=lXUFAAAAIBAJ&dq=football%20philadelphia&pg=6312%2C3072067

40,000 SEE ARMY BEAT NAVY, 14 TO 0; Drizzling Rain Robs Football Game at Polo Grounds of Usual Brilliancy. VICTORS’SCORE MADE IN MUD President Wilson’s Party, Including Mrs. Galt, Is Saluted by the Cadets in Mass. OLIPHANT HAILED AS STAR Makes Both Touchdowns and Goals ;- Flock of Doves, Set Loose, Attributed to Ford. 40,000 SEE ARMY BEAT NAVY IN MUD; WILSON ATTENDS In Fog and Drizzle West Point Piles Up 14-0 Score, with Oliphant as Star. MRS. GALT WITH PRESIDENT Cheers and Music Resound at Polo Grounds, but Weather Mars the Spectacle. FLOCK OF DOVES SET LOOSE Rumored They Are Furnished by the Ford Peace Promoters, but the Teams Fight On.
SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES
Playing upon a field slippery with a morning’s rain, and in a mist that now and then thickened to a drizzle which all but blotted out the teams toward the end of the last quarter, the United States Military Academy football team defeated the Naval Academy at the Polo Grounds yesterday by a score of 14 to 0.
November 28, 1915 Front Page

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http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=980CE4DB153BE233A2575BC2A9679D946496D6CF

ARMY LOSES COACH DALY.; Football Mentor to Join His Regiment In Honolulu. Dec 1 1915

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http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=FA0C14F6385B17738DDDA80894DA415B858DF1D3

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