|1913 Canton Professionals season|
|Head Coach||Harry Hazlett|
|Home Field||League Field|
|Playoff Finish||No playoffs|
|Previous season||Next season|
|1||September 28, 1913||Salem Programs||W 28-0|
|2||October 5, 1913||Toledo Maroons||T 0-0|
|3||October 12, 1913||Elyria Athletics||L 13-0|
|4||October 26, 1913||Columbus Panhandles||W 6-0|
|5||November 2, 1913||at Coleman Athletic Club||L 26-0|
|6||November 16, 1913||Coleman Athletic Club||W 7-6|
|7||November 23, 1913||Altoona Indians||W 14-0|
|8||November 27, 1912||Akron Indians||T 7-7|
- ↑ Result of game was disputed by Coleman's Homer Davidson. The umpire, a Canton resident, ruled Davidson's field goal a miss. Meanwhile Davidson and Coleman claimed he made the field goal that the game should have ended in a 9-7 Coleman victory.
- ↑ Thanksgiving Classic
- ↑ Akron played an earlier game in scoreless tie against the Shelby Blues in Shelby.
- "Let's Play Two!". PFRA Annual (Professional Football Researchers Association): 1–4. http://www.profootballresearchers.org/Articles/Lets_Play_Two.pdf.
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