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1904 College Football All-America Team

The 1904 College Football All-America team is composed of various organizations that chose College Football All-America Teams that season. The organizations that chose the teams included Collier's Weekly selected by Walter Camp.

All-Americans of 1904

With halfback Willie Heston in the backfield, the Michigan Wolverines compiled a 43–0–1 record between 1901–04.
Yale's Tom Shevlin was a four-time All-American


  • Tom Shevlin, Yale (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; CW-1; NYS-1; NYT; NYH; PR; NYET; PNA; PI)
  • Fred Speik, Chicago (CW-1)
  • Ralph Glaze, Dartmouth (WC-3; CW-2; NYH; NYET)
  • Garfield Wilson Weede, Penn (WC-2; NYS-1; PNA-1)
  • Chester T. Neal, Yale (NYS-2; NYT; PI)
  • Thomas W. Hammond, Army (NYS-2; PR)
  • Alexander Garfield "A.G." Gillespie, Army (WC-2)
  • Claude Rothgeb, Illinois (WC-3; FL)
  • Russ, Brown (CW-2)
  • James Bush, Wisconsin (FL)


  • James Hogan, Yale (WC-1; CW-1; NYS-1; NYH; PR; NYET; PNA-1; PI; FL)
  • James Cooney, Princeton (WC-1; CW-1; NYS-1; NYT; NYH; PR; NYET; PI)
  • Joe Curtis, Michigan (WC-2; FL)
  • James R. Bloomer, Yale (CW-2; NYS-2; NYT; PNA-1; FL [sub])
  • Tom Thorp, Columbia (WC-2; CW-2; NYS-2)
  • Thomas Alexander Butkiewicz, Penn (WC-3)
  • Doe, Army (WC-3)


  • Frank Piekarski, Penn (WC-1; CW-1; NYS-1; NYT; NYH; PR; NYET; PNA-1; PI)
  • Joseph Gilman, Dartmouth (WC-2; CW-1)
  • Ralph Kinney, Yale (WC-1; CW-2 NYS-2; NYT; PNA-1)
  • Roswell Tripp, Yale (WC-2; CW-2 NYS-1; NYH; NYET; PI)
  • Short, Princeton (WC-3; NYS-2; PR)
  • Walton W. Thorp, Minnesota (WC-3; FL)
  • Charles A. Fairweather, Illinois (FL)


  • Arthur Tipton, Army (WC-1; CW-1; NYS-1; NYH; PR)
  • Clint Roraback, Yale (WC-2; NYS-2; NYT; NYET; PNA-1; PI)
  • Robert Grant Torrey, Penn (WC-3; CW-2)
  • John M. Haselwood, Illinois (FL)



  • Daniel Hurley, Harvard (WC-1; CW-1; NYS-1; NYT; PR; PNA-1; PI)
  • Willie Heston, Michigan (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; NYET; FL)
  • Lydig Hoyt, Yale (WC-3; CW-2 [fb]; NYS-1; NYH; PR)
  • Jack Owsley, Yale (NYS-2)
  • Marshall Reynolds, Penn (WC-2; NYS-2; NYT; PNA-1)
  • W. E. Metzenthin, Columbia (NYH)
  • Jack Hubbard, Amherst (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-2; CW-2)
  • James Vaughn, Dartmouth (WC-3)
  • W. C. Leavenworth, Yale (PI)
  • Prince, Army (CW-2)
  • Walter L. Foulke, Princeton (FL [sub])


  • Walter Eckersall, Chicago (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1 [e]; CW-1; FL [qb])
  • Andy Smith, Penn (WC-1; NYS-1; NYH; NYET; PNA-1; PI; FL [hb])
  • Henry Torney, Army (CW-1 [hb]; NYT; NYET)
  • Mills, Harvard (WC-2; NYS-2; PR)
  • John R. Bender, Nebraska (WC-3)
  • Mark Catlin, Chicago (FL)


NCAA recognized selectors for 1904

Other selectors

Bold = Consensus All-American[8]

  • 1 – First-team selection
  • 2 – Second-team selection
  • 3 – Third-team selection


  1. ^ "Camp's Idea Of Football Stars: Yale Coach Puts Two Western Men in His Selection". The Daily Review (Decatur, IL). 1904-12-28. 
  2. ^ "Camp's 1904 All America Football Team". Capital Times. 1904-11-24. 
  3. ^ Caspar Whitney (Jan 1905). "The Sportsman's View-Point". Outing. 
  4. ^ a b c d "Western Stars Are Not Named: No Eastern Paper Gives Westerner Place on All-Americans". Atlanta Constitution. 1904-12-05. 
  5. ^ a b c "Some All-American Football Elevens". The Pittsburgh Press. 1904-11-29. 
  6. ^ "In the Sporting World". Oshkosh Daily Northwestern. 1904-12-03. 
  7. ^ a b "Football Critics Picking All-American Aggregations". Colorado Springs Weekly Gazette. 1904-12-15. 
  8. ^ "2014 NCAA Football Records: Consensus All-America Selections". National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). 2014. p. 4. Retrieved August 16, 2014. 
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