Born: October 10, 1905 in Randolph, pop. 944
Died: May 9, 1990 (age 84)
High School: Randolph
College/years: Creighton (1926-28)
Games played in the NFL: 4
- Started one game at tackle for the Chicago Bears in 1929.
- Named All-Missouri Conference and to the Walter Camp and Walter Eckersall All-America teams while at Creighton.
- Inducted into the Creighton Athletic Hall of Fame in 1972.
- Coach at St. Ignatius in Chicago where he won 20 straight Catholic League championships.
- He was instrumental in the development of runner Tom O'Hara, who held the world record for the indoor mile for 14 years.