1905 All-Western college football team

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The 1905 All-Western college football team consists of American football players selected to the All-Western teams chosen by various selectors for the 1905 Western Conference football season.

All-Western selections[edit]

Ends[edit]

  • Mark Catlin Sr., Chicago (CA, CC, CDN, CEJ, CP, CRH, CT, ECP-1, MJ, JHR)
  • Bobby Marshall, Minnesota (CC, CDN, CP, CT, ECP-1, JHR, MJ) (CFHOF)
  • James Irving Bush, Wisconsin (CA, ECP-2)
  • Homer Thomas, Purdue (CRH)
  • Benton J. Bloom, Indiana (CEJ)
  • John Garrels, Michigan (ECP-2)

Tackles[edit]

  • Wilson Bertke, Minnesota (CA, CC, CDN, CEJ, CP, CRH, CT, ECP-1, JHR, MJ)
  • Joe Curtis, Michigan (CA, CDN, CEJ, CP, CRH, CT, ECP-1)
  • William "Bill" Ittner, Minnesota (CEJ [guard], ECP-1 [guard] JHR, MJ)
  • Art Badenoch, Chicago (ECP-2)
  • Percy P. Brush, Minnesota (ECP-2)

Guards[edit]

  • Henry Schulte, Michigan (CA, CC, CDN, CP, CRH, ECP-1, JHR, MJ)
  • Walter D. Graham, Michigan (CC, CP, CT, ECP-2, JHR, MJ)
  • Merrill C. Meigs, Chicago (CDN)
  • Theodore Vita, Minnesota (CA)
  • Melville Archibald Hill, Chicago (CC [tackle], CT)
  • Louis Donovan, Wisconsin (CRH, ECP-2)
  • E. P. King, Purdue (CEJ)

Centers[edit]

  • Germany Schulz, Michigan (CC, CDN, CEJ, CP, CRH, CT, ECP-2, JHR, MJ) (CFHOF)
  • Richard W. Remp, Wisconsin (CA)
  • Burton Pike Gale, Chicago (ECP-1)

Quarterbacks[edit]

  • Walter Eckersall, Chicago (CA, CC, CDN, CEJ, CP, CRH, CT, ECP-1, JHR, MJ) (CFHOF)
  • Arthur Melzner, Wisconsin (ECP-2)

Halfbacks[edit]

  • Thomas S. Hammond, Michigan (CA, CC, CDN, CEJ, CP, CRH, CT, ECP-1, JHR, MJ)
  • Albion G. Findlay, Wisconsin (CA, CC, CDN, CEJ, CP, CRH, CT, ECP-1, JHR, MJ)
  • Leo DeTray, Chicago (ECP-2)
  • Joseph Cutting, Minnesota (ECP-2)

Fullbacks[edit]

  • Hugo Bezdek, Chicago (CA, CC, CDN, CEJ, CP, CRH, CT, ECP-1, JHR, MJ) (CFHOF)
  • Leonard Roseth, Wisconsin (ECP-2)

Key[edit]

CA = Chicago American[1]

CC = Chicago Chronicle[2]

CDN = Chicago Daily News[1]

CEJ = Chicago Evening Journal[1]

CP = Chicago Evening Post[1]

CRH = Chicago Record-Herald[1]

CT = Chicago Tribune[1]

ECP = E. C. Patterson for Collier's Weekly[1]

JHR = J. H. Ritchie in Illustrated Outdoor News[1]

MJ = The Minneapolis Journal[3]

CFHOF = College Football Hall of Fame

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Walter Camp, ed. (1906). Spalding's Official Foot Ball Guide 1906. American Sporting Publishing Company. p. 29. 
  2. ^ "Chicago Selections for All Western Eleven". The Minneapols Journal. December 5, 1905. p. 8. Retrieved September 11, 2015 – via Newspapers.com.  open access publication – free to read
  3. ^ "The Journal's All-Western Football Team". The Minneapolis Journal. December 10, 1905.