less than 1 minute read

Red Grange

Grange, Red (1930–91), U.S. football player. He was known as the Galloping Ghost after scoring 5 touchdowns for the University of Illinois in a game against the University of Michigan in 1924. Grange became a professional player in 1925 and joined the Chicago Bears. He retired in 1935 after scoring 1,058 points and in 1963 was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Additional topics

21st Century Webster's Family Encyclopedia21st Century Webster's Family Encyclopedia - Grand Rapids to Hadron