(CANTON CENTRAL GAME AT END OF ARTICLE)
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1906
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Physical Culture Instructor Addresses Pupils
In chapel this morning Superintendent Cronebaugh introduced to the assembled students Prof. Winder, an instructor in physical culture. He is at present located in the city and intends to organize a class in physical culture from among the high school students. He gave a brief talk on his personal physique, his methods of development and his former work. Prof. Winder is a living exponent of his work. He weighs 207 pounds, stands six feet one and is admirably proportioned. It was suggested that possibly Manager Stewart had better secure his services for the Tigers before “Blondy” Wallace sets his orbs upon him. Superintendent Cronebaugh made a short speech congratulating the high school, and very particularly the football team, on the brilliant showing made last Saturday in the game against Wooster, a hitherto undefeated foe of M.H.S.
The football team went thru a practice game with the White Stars yesterday afternoon on the high school grounds, which resulted in the close score of 5-0 in favor of the High School.
OCTOBER 18, 1906
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Preparing for Football Game With Canton
Yesterday afternoon the High School football squad went thru an invigorating practice on the ball field. Kirby and Moran, two of the Tigers who are temporarily crippled, had charge of the practice, and demonstrated several good formations and trick plays which will probably be used Friday in the game against Canton.
The game at Canton will commence at 3:30 Friday on the lake grounds. Canton High is said to be especially well versed in the intricacies of the forward pass, and its value will probably be demonstrated in this game. Moran will be on hand to coach the team this afternoon, which will be the last practice before the game.
OCTOBER 20, 1906
The Massillon High School football team went gloriously down to defeat at the hands of the Canton High School team at Meyer’s Lake Friday afternoon by the score of 24 to 0. The local team was badly crippled, owing to the fact that several star men were not in the game. The forward pass was worked five times successfully by the Canton team, which resulted in three of the four touchdowns that were made. The local team lost the ball several times, as the necessary ten yards could not be made thru Canton’s strong line. Next Wednesday these teams will meet on the gridiron at the Massillon park and the locals expect to turn the trick.
Line-up and summary:
Canton – 24 Pos. Massillon – 0
McCoy left end Hoover
Eynon left tackle O. Wells
Wagner left guard H. Wagner
Longebaugh center Wenger
Poyser, Myser right guard Hollinger
Cook right tackle Miller
Stevenson right end Hammersmith
Copthorne quarterback Klotz
Gibson left halfback S. Wells
Clark, (c) right halfback C. Wagner
Hershey fullback Snyder
Goals from the field:
Failed goals from touchdown:
Time of halves – 20 minutes.
Score at the end of first half:
Referee and umpire, alternating:
Bowman, of Canton;
Merwin, of Massillon.
Weckel, of Canton.
Hopkins, of Massillon
Mumaw, of Canton;
Dow, of Massillon.