Bill Hargiss at The College of Emporia,
Hargiss became coach at the College of Emporia (C. of E.) in Kansas, a Presbyterian school, that was the avowed enemy of the Normal in their classic football game on Thanksgiving Day. No matter who else they beat or did not beat, the ambition of the Normal was to "whip the Preachers", and C. of E. felt the same way about the Normal. The greatest achievements of his teams were the two defeats administered to the Normals with one loss only.
His star player at the C. of E. was Arthur Schabinger, who could "throw strikes" with a football and became Hargiss' assistant when Hargiss was invited to become head coach at the Normal in 1914.
The College of Emporia closed end of 1973.
Blues lose first game Topeka Daily Capital article 01Oct1911
Presbies invent new pass (in '10) sources referenced Apr1954
Football seasons 1910-12 source unknown
I threw it like this article by E. T. Lowther of The Gazette
Two old warhorses Hargiss and Schabinger in the office of the Emporia Gazette Sports Ed.
College drubbed Indians article describing the last game of the 1912 season against the Haskell Indians, Emporia Gazette, 23Nov1912
Use of the forward pass:
The forward pass in modern football was definitively used by Bill Hargiss at the College of Emporia in 1910 with Arthur A. Schabinger as the quarterback. For more information on this please see:
First use forward pass documentation here