1920 Canton Bulldogs  7-4-2   .636

Updated: 08/27/06

Day Date H/A Opponent Field/Park Score Atten Result Comments
Sun 10/03 H Pitcairn (PA) Quakers Lakeside Park 48-0   Won non-APFA game
Sun 10/10 H Toledo Maroons Lakeside Park 42-0   Won non-APFA game
Sun 10/17 H Cleveland Tigers Lakeside Park 7-0 7000 Won  
Sun 10/24 A Dayton Triangles Triangle Park 20-20 5000 Tied  
Sun 10/31 H Akron Pros Lakeside Park 0-10 10000 Lost  
Sun 11/07 A Cleveland Tigers League Park (Cle) 18-0 8000 Won  
Thu 11/11 A Racine (Chicago) Cardinals         (1)
Sun 11/14 H Chicago Tigers Lakeside Park 21-0 8000 Won  
Sun 11/21 A Buffalo All-Americans Canisius Field 3-0 15000 Won  
Thu 11/25 A Akron Pros League Park (Akr) 0-7 6500 Lost  
Sun 11/28             (2)
Sat 12/04 A Buffalo All-Americans Polo Grounds (NY) 3-7 10000 Lost (3)
Sun 12/05 A Washington (CT) Glee Club New Haven (CT) 0-0 3000 Tied non-APFA game
Sat 12/11 A Philadelphia Union AA Baker Bowl 7-13 17000 Lost non-APFA game
Sun 12/12 A Richmond (VA) AC Boulevard Field 39-0   Won non-APFA game

 

1 - game was cancelled because Canton could not make it to Chicago for the game

2 - no game was scheduled for the Bulldogs on this date

3 - this game was a "home" game for Buffalo, even though it was played at the Polo Grounds in New York

 

Final Record

 

                    Won:    4        Lost:    3        Tied:    1        APFA games

                    Won:    3        Lost:    1        Tied:    1        non-APFA games

 

Overall        Won:   7        Lost:    4        Tied:    2

 

Scoring

 

Points Scored:   208        Points Allowed:   57

 

Name TD's=Points FG's=Points Extra Points Safety Total Points
Guyon 6=36 0 2 0 38
Calac 4=24 0 0 0 24
Martin 4=24 0 0 0 24
Feeney 0 1=3 20 0 23
Grigg 3=18 0 0 0 18
Hendron 3=18 0 0 0 18
Corcoran 2=12 0 0 0 12
Henry 2=12 0 0 0 12
Whelan 2=12 0 0 0 12
Thorpe 0 3=9 2 0 11
Higgins 1=6 0 0 0 6
Lowe 1=6 0 0 0 6
unknown 0 0 0 2=4 4

                                           

The Bulldogs finished in 4th place in the fictional Eastern Division with a 4-31-1 record in

APFA games, finishing behind the Akron Pros (6-0-3), Buffalo All-Americans (4-1-1) and

the Dayton Triangles (4-2-2). click here for complete 1920 standings

 

The Bulldogs had 1 open date on their schedule; November 28th