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John Elwood 'Waddy' Davis
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John Elwood 'Waddy' Davis      Iowa Wikipedia 

Position(s): RB, K

John Elwood 'Waddy' Davis attended Correctionville High School and lived in Correctionville, Iowa. He played halfback and was a drop-kick kicking specialist, and claims to hold a record for the most number of field goals in one season (17) in 1915. He kicked 3 FGs in a 9-6 victory over Northwestern in 1915. His longest kick was 45 yards. He was named to the All-Western Conference team for two seasons, and was named team captain for the 1917 season.

After coaching high school, he spent 16 years at Washington University in Saint Louis. He returned to the U of Iowa to coach football and track for 25 years (1935-1960).

Born 9/18/1892 and died on 1/9/1974 at the age of 81.

All Conference: 1916 and 1917 



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