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Charles Bartliff

Full name: Charles Albert Bartliff
Gender: Male
Born: August 18, 1886 in Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Died: March 15, 1962 in Medina, Ohio, United States
Affiliations: Christian Brothers College, St. Louis (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Football

Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)

Biography

Charles Bartliff played forward for Christian Brothers’ College in the 1904 Olympic soccer tournament. Bartliff also played baseball with CBC and was the captain of the CBC baseball team. After playing with Diels in the Association Football League in 1905, Bartliff played professional baseball for five seasons – with the Coffeyville Bricks in the Kansas State League in 1906, the Oskaloosa Quakers in the Iowa League of Professional Baseball Clubs in 1907, the New Bedford Whalers in the New England League in 1908, the Freeport Pretzels in the Wisconsin-Illinois League in 1909, and with the Milwaukee Brewers in the American Association in 1910. In early 1910s, Bartliff moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where he continued to play baseball with various local clubs and in the early 1920s moved to Akron, Ohio, where he operated the Diamond Billiards Parlor.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1904 Summer 17 St. Louis Football Men's Football Christian Brothers' College-1 USA 2 Silver

Men's Football

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result G
1904 Summer 17 St. Louis Football Christian Brothers' College-1 USA Final Standings 2 1904-11-16 0
1904 Summer 17 St. Louis Football Christian Brothers' College-1 USA Round-Robin Replay #3 1 1904-11-23 Christian Brothers' College-1 2, St. Rose-2 0
1904 Summer 17 St. Louis Football Christian Brothers' College-1 USA Round-Robin Match #1 2 1904-11-16 Galt Football Club 7, Christian Brothers' College-1 0 0
1904 Summer 17 St. Louis Football Christian Brothers' College-1 USA Round-Robin Match #3 1T 1904-11-18 St. Rose-2 0, Christian Brothers' College-1 0 0
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