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|Charles Clyde Ball|
|Born||October 21, 1881|
Ramona, South Dakota
|Died||September 21, 1955 (aged 73)|
Charles Clyde Ball (October 21, 1881 – September 21, 1955) was a high school principal an American football and basketball player and coach. In 1906, he served as the head football coach at the University of Omaha (a now-defunct institution later known as Bellevue College, not to be confused with Bellevue University that exists today. The Charles Ball Academy in San Antonio, Texas is named in his honor.
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- "Who's Who in American Sports". National Biographical Society, Inc.. https://archive.org/stream/whoswhoinamerica00unse/whoswhoinamerica00unse_djvu.txt.
- "The Original Bellevue College". Bellevue University. http://library.bellevue.edu/2017/03/06/nebraska-history-the-original-bellevue-college/.)
- "Charles Clyde Ball". San Antonio Independent School District. https://schools.saisd.net/page/103.about.