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Allan Doucette
Harvard CrimsonNo. N/A
Center 1898
Major: Law
Date of birth: c. 1872
Career history
 College(s):
Harvard
Career highlights and awards
*All-American (1897)

Allan E. Doucette (c. 1872 – January 8, 1901) was an All-American football player. Doucette played at the center position for Harvard University and was selected for the 1897 College Football All-America Team. Doucette graduated from Harvard as an undergraduate in 1895. He spent the next three years at Harvard Law School, graduating in 1898. Doucette then went into the private practice of law. In 1900, Doucette was stricken with typhoid fever. After an illness of six months, Doucette died at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts in January 1901.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Former Harvard Athlete Dead". The New York Times. 1901-01-08.


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