Full name: Charles James Hicks January, Jr.
Born: February 1, 1888 in Ferguson, Missouri, United States
Died: April 26, 1970 in McAllen, Texas, United States
Affiliations: Christian Brothers College, St. Louis (USA)
Country: United States
Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
Charles January was one of the January brothers, who competed in football (soccer) at the 1904 Olympics. He was a halfback along with his older brother [John]. “Hicks” January also briefly played minor league baseball. He later moved to McAllen, Texas where he ran a haberdashery and served as the postmaster of McAllen throughout the 1910s and 1920s. He had a daughter, Lois January, who became a motion picture actress, appearing in, among many other films, “The Wizard of Oz.” In the 1930s she was well known for playing the female lead in many low-budget westerns. In the 1930s, Charles January moved to Los Angeles to support his daughter’s movie career and worked there as a salesman at a ladies dress shop. He later moved back to McAllen, Texas, where he worked as a real estate agent.
|1904 Summer||16||St. Louis||Football||Men's Football||Christian Brothers' College-1||USA||2||Silver|
|1904 Summer||16||St. Louis||Football||Christian Brothers' College-1||USA||Final Standings||2||1904-11-16||0|
|1904 Summer||16||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||16||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||16||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|