Dutch Clark Football Player
He was born on October 11, 1906 (died on August 05, 1978, he was 71 years old) . His nickname was Clark Earl Harry.
Earl Harry Dutch Clark was an American football player and coach. He played college football at Colorado College and then in the National Football League with the Portsmouth Spartans and Detroit Lions. In his final two seasons with the Lions he also served as the team's head coach. Clark was also the head coach of the NFL's Cleveland Rams from 1939 to 1942 and of the American Football League's Seattle Bombers in 1944.
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Is Dutch Clark still alive?
No, he died on 08/05/1978, 43 years ago. He was 71 years old when he died. He died in Cañon City
What was Dutch's zodiac sign?
Dutch Clark zodiac sign was libra.
How tall was Dutch Clark?
He was 6′0″ ft tall, which is equal to 1.83 meters.
When is Dutch Clark's next birthday?
Dutch Clark was born on the , which was a Thursday
Awarded Pro Football Hall of Fame .
He graduated from University Of Detroit Mercy
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Other facts about Dutch Clark
|Alias||Clark Earl Harry|
|Place of death||Cañon City|
|Team||Detroit Lions, St. Louis Rams, 1932 NFL season, 1938 NFL season, 1942 NFL season, American Football League (1944), History of the Detroit Lions|
|Date of death||1978-08-05T00:00:00Z|
|Conflict||World War II|
|Position played on team / speciality||Quarterback|
|Pro Football Hall of Fame ID (old)||46|
|Family name||Clark. Show people with the surname Clark|
|Country for sport||United States Of America|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Sex or gender||Male|