Ted Arnold (American football)
|Weight||156 lb (71 kg)|
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W. E. "Ted" Arnold was a college football player and referee. Arnold was a running back for Mike Donahue's Auburn Tigers football team from 1911 to 1914. In 1913, he showed he could handle quarterback duties, allowing Kirk Newell to move to his more natural position at halfback.
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