Bill Mohn

William Kirk Mohn (April 22, 1899 – 1952) was an American football player for the University of Notre Dame. He was born in South Bend, Indiana.

In Knute Rockne's first year as the head football coach at Notre Dame in 1918, Mohn was the quarterback for a very thin squad that had been decimated due to the military enrollment for World War I. The team went 3-1-2 in a shortened season that was declared "unofficial" by the university. Among Mohn's career highlights were scoring the lone touchdown for the Irish in a 7-7 tie against Great Lakes Navy and a 73-yard punt return for a touchdown in a 26-6 win at Purdue.

References

  • Schoor, Gene. 100 Years of Notre Dame Football. New York: Morrow and Co. (1987). p. 56-58
  • Steele, Michael R. The Fighting Irish Football Encyclopedia. Champaign, IL: Sports Publishing LLC (2002). p. 42
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Mohn

Mohn is a surname. The word in German means "poppy". Notable people with the surname include:

Albert Henrik Mohn (1918–1999), Norwegian journalist

Bill Mohn (William Kirk Mohn) (1899–?), American football player

Christian Mohn (1926–2019), Norwegian ski jumper and sports official

Ellef Mohn (1894–1974), Norwegian football player

Emanuel Mohn (1842–1891), Norwegian educator

Henrik Mohn (1835–1916), Norwegian astronomer and meteorologist

Jakob Mohn (1838–1882), Norwegian statistician

Leo Mohn (1925-1980), American politician

Lothar Mohn (born 1954), German choral conductor

Liz Mohn (born 1941), widow of Reinhard Mohn

Louise Mohn (born 1974), Norwegian entrepreneur

Per Mohn (born 1945), Norwegian politician

Petra Mohn (1911–1996), Norwegian politician

Reinhard Mohn (1921–2009), German businessman

Sigfrid Mohn (born 1930), Norwegian politician

Thorbjorn N. Mohn (1844–1899), American Lutheran church leader

Trond Mohn (born 1943), Norwegian businessperson and philanthropist

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