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Iowa State Football History: The 1910's

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Release: 06/29/2012
         
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AMES, Iowa - Iowa State’s football legacy stretches over 12 decades back to the program’s formation in 1892. Our Athletics Communications Department recently chronicled the highlights of that history into shortened document for another department project.

So, we decided to share that with you. Each Friday leading up until the home-opener on Sept. 1 vs. Tulsa, Cyclones.com will recount major moments in Cyclone football history. Our third part features the 1910's. Archive links will be made below. 


1910

B J.L. Murphy is named first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference.


1911

A.P. Chappell is a first team All-Missouri Valley Conference honoree.


1912

The Cyclones, 2-0 in Missouri Valley Conference play, are declared league champions. The first Homecoming game, on Nov. 16, is played vs. Iowa. The event is a smash success. B R.L. “Buck” Hurst and E Clarence Nagle are first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference.


1913

State Gym opens, providing Iowa State players their first real locker room. Former Cyclone back Homer Hubbard takes over as head coach. E Lynn Cowan is a first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference honoree.


1914

Iowa State Stadium hosts its first Cyclone games at the corner of Boone (now Lincoln Way) and Pike Streets (now Sheldon Ave.).  Clyde Williams becomes Iowa State’s first full-time athletics director. Williams used his own money to help guarantee the bonds necessary to build the new stadium on what had been a prized orchard of the horticultural department. B Durwood “Durry” Moss and E Roscoe Parker are first-team All-Missouri Valley honorees.


1915

Charles Mayser comes from Franklin and Marshall to become head coachat Iowa State. The Cyclones score a 16-0 win at Iowa and beat Drake on Thanksgiving, 28-14 to capture state title.  B Durwood “Dury” Moss and G Harold McKinley are named first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference.


1916

B Howard Aldrich, B Durwood “Dury” Moss and E Roscoe Packer are first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference honors.


1917

G Dick Barker and C Leigh “Polly” Wallace earn first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference honors.


1918

Spanish Flu epidemic limits season to three November games.


1919

G Dick Barker is Iowa State’s first All-American. T Gilbert Denfield and B Stewert White are first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference honorees.


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