A scarce ticket stub from the November 14, 1914 game played at Ohio Field between in-state rival Oberlin and Ohio State. The previous season in Wilce's first season, these two teams failed to score and settled for a 0-0 tie. It was Wilce's arrival that quickly turned Ohio State into the best team in Ohio. Behind solid defense and a forward passing attack, Ohio State handed Oberlin their worst loss to date in this rivalry with a 39-0 win. Six different Buckeyes scored including Ohio State's first All-American Boyd Cherry. Fred Norton and Campbell Graf also scored touchdowns in the win. The victory clinched the Ohio school title for the Buckeyes and put them on their way to a 5-2 season. This ticket is approximately 1.5" wide x 1.5" tall and shows remnants on the back of where this ticket was removed from a scrapbook.
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