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Question 1: After starting the season 5–0, Michigan closed the 1907 season playing the ________.
Rutgers UniversityUniversity of PennsylvaniaCarnegie Mellon UniversityBrown University

Question 2: Schulz returned to coaching in 1913 as the line coach and chief assistant coach for ________ at Michigan.
Fielding YostBoss WeeksMichigan Wolverines footballJim Harbaugh

Question 3: [69] Though he served as the school’s athletic director, Schulz also chose to take charge of the linemen during football season, working along side football coach ________.
Clark ShaughnessyBernie BiermanGlenn Scobey WarnerEdwin Sweetland

Question 4: In December 1910, Schulz did play on an all-star team against the All-Harvard club in a game in Memphis, ________ for the benefit of the United Charities association.
ArkansasGeorgia (U.S. state)AlabamaTennessee

Question 5: [29] ________ ran a front page story repeating Jordan's charges.
The New York TimesInternational Herald TribuneThe Boston GlobeThe New York Times Company

Question 6: As the first lineman to play in back of the line on defense, he is credited as football's first ________.
Center (American football)Punter (football)LinebackerDefensive end

Question 7: In August 1920, Schulz was hired by Tulane University in New Orleans, ________ as the director of the school's new "department of physical education".
ArkansasMississippiLouisianaUnited States

Question 8: After his days as a collegiate athlete ended, Schulz assumed a variety of assistant coaching, athletic director, and head coaching positions in ________.
College soccerCollege footballBowl Championship SeriesCollege basketball

Question 9: Schulz liked to tell a story about an incident during Michigan's 1904 game against ________.
Ohio Wesleyan UniversityGettysburg CollegeSt. Olaf CollegeOberlin College

Question 10: Schulz is widely credited with two important innovations in the development of the modern game of ________.
American footballGridiron footballTouch football (American)Arena football







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