1926 - 1928
President of the USAF
U.S. Delegate to the FIFA Congress
President of the American Football Association at the time of the formation of the U.S. Football Association in 1913 and the man who convinced the other members of the AFA to join the new organization. Later was president of the USFA and played a key role in helping it to fend off penalties sought by Austria and Hungary in 1927 over player signings by ASL teams. Was a delegate to the 1929 FIFA meetings at which the decision to hold the first World Cup the following year was made. Inducted in 1950.