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Inducted into the College Hall of Fame: 1957
Pete Mauthe lettered four years (1909-12) at fullback during which time Penn State posted a 26-2-4 record. Mauthe, captain of the 1912 team, also was an outstanding punter and placekicker. As a senior, he kicked a 52-yard field goal and scored 119 points, including 11 touchdowns. Born July 8, 1890 in Turkey City, Pa., he became president of a mining company in Youngstown, Ohio. Mauthe, who died in 1967, was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame in 1957. He was honored in 1964 as a distinguished alumnus of the University.