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1915 Michigan Wolverines football team

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Conference  Independent
MVP  John Maulbetsch
Home stadium  Ferry Field
1915 record  4–3–1
Captain  William D. Cochran
1915 Michigan Wolverines football team
Head coach  Fielding H. Yost (15th year)

The 1915 Michigan Wolverines football team represented the University of Michigan in the 1915 college football season. The team's head coach was Fielding H. Yost. The Wolverines played their home games at Ferry Field.



  • Leland Benton, Valparaiso, IN, started 3 games at end, 4 games at halfback
  • Alan W. Boyd, Indianapolis, IN, started 1 game at guard
  • Harry L. Calvin, Jr., Detroit, MI, quarterback
  • Otto Eberwein, Ann Arbor, MI, started 2 games at halfback
  • Egmont Goetz Hildner, Ann Arbor, MI, started 2 games at end
  • Hepburn Ingham, Des Moines, IA, started 1 game at end
  • Hoyne Howe, Oak Park, IL, started 3 games center
  • Philip T. Raymond, Saginaw, MI, started 2 games at fullback
  • Lewis Reimann, Iron River, MI, started 1 game at tackle
  • James H. Sharpe, Sault Ste. Marie, MI, halfback
  • Harold M. Zeigler, Pueblo, CO, started 1 game at quarterback
  • Awards and honors

  • Captain: William D. Cochran
  • All-Americans: John Maulbetsch (Walter Eckersall, 2nd team; Monty, 2nd team; Tommy Clark, 1st team)
  • Heston-Schulz Trophy (team MVP): John Maulbetsch
  • Coaching staff

  • Head coach: Fielding H. Yost
  • Assistant coaches: Ernest Allmendinger (Second Assistant Coach), Prentiss Douglass, Ralph A. McGinnis (Third Assistant Coach), James Raynsford, Germany Schulz (First Assistant Coach)
  • Trainer: Stephen Farrell
  • Manager: Boyd M. Compton
  • References

    1915 Michigan Wolverines football team Wikipedia

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