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An aerial view of downtown campus during WVU vs Pitt football game.
This stadium was originally opened in 1924 and demolished in 1987. It was home to the West Virginia University Mountaineers football team.
Portrait of Mountaineer halfback Andrew V. 'Rip' King ('19) in his football gear.
The football players pose together for a team photo.In the back row, from left to right, is unidentified; unidentified Coach Tobin; unidentified;  Coach McIntyre; Manager Sherr; and unidentified.In the fourth row, from left to right is unidentified; player Brooks, Fred Mills ('20); unidentified; unidentified; unidentified; quarterback Charles L. Lewis ('20); and pplayer Webster.In the third row, from left to right, is unidentified; tackle Joseph V. Harrick ('21); guard John B. McCue ('21); Captain Russell Bailey holding the ball('19); player Harris; unidentified; and halfback Andrew 'Rip King.In the second row is guard Russel D. Meredith ('21); player Curry; unidentified; tackle Frank Ice ('18); unidentified; unidentified; player Wagner; unidentified.In the front row from left to right is player Rhodes; halfback J. Howard Lentz ('20); unidentified; unidentified; unidentified; unidentified; unidentified.
Lentz ('20), nicknamed "Beanie", was a halfback for the West Virginia University football team.
A West Virginia University player identified as "Harris" poses in his football gear.
A West Virginia University football player identified as "Curry" is pictured in his practice gear.
Hite ('18) was a halfback for West Virginia University's Mountaineer football team. During the 1917 season, Hite enlisted in the First Officers Training Camp after the United States declared war and was commissioned as a lieutenant. In his absence, the team elected Russell Bailey as the captain of the team. Russell came to WVU from Huntington High and was well-known as an excellent athlete.
Paul "Monk" Hager ('19) was a player for the West Virginia University Mountaineers and was described as "one of West Virginia's most valuable men."
A West Virginia University football player identified as "Latterner" is pictured in his practice gear.
Russell "Rus" Bailey ('19) was elected captain of the West Virginia University Mountaineers after the original captain, Clay Hite, enlisted in the army. Bailey led his team to a winning season in 1917, with a season record of 6-3.
Lewis ('20) was a quarterback for the West Virginia University Mountaineers. He came to WVU from Charleston High School.