US (Norwegian-born) football player and coach
1893 – He settled with his parents in Chicago.
1914-1918 – Assistant football coach for University of Notre Dame.
1918-1931 – Head football coach for University of Notre Dame 1918-1931.
1928 – Delivered "Win one for the Gipper" speech at halftime during game against Army at Yankee Stadium, rallying Notre Dame from 0-6 deficit to 12-6 victory.
Died in airplane crash.