The 1913 College Football All-America team consists of American football players selected to the College Football All-America Teams selected by various organizations in 1913. The organizations that chose the teams included Collier's Weekly selected by Walter Camp.


  • WC = Collier's Weekly as selected by Walter Camp[1]
  • HW = Harper's Weekly, as selected by football critic Herman Reed[2]
  • INS = Frank G. Menke, sporting editor of the International News Service[3]
  • MFP = Milwaukee Free Press[4]
  • FY = Fielding H. Yost, head coach at the University of Michigan[5]
  • PHD = Parke H. Davis, Princeton's representative on the football rules committee[6]
  • TT = Tom Thorp, former captain of Columbia football team[7]
  • TET = Trenton Evening-Times, selected by a "well known gridiron critic whose name is withheld by special request"[8]
  • Bold - Consensus All-American[9]
  • 1 - First Team Selection
  • 2 - Second Team Selection
  • 3 - Third Team Selection

All-Americans of 1913Edit


  • Robert H. Hogsett, Dartmouth (WC–1; INS-1; MFP-2; TET-1)
  • Louis A. Merrilat, Army (WC–1; INS-1; PHD-1; TET-1)
  • Fritz, Cornell (WC–2; FY-1)
  • Huntington "Tack" Hardwick, Harvard (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC–2)
  • Lorin Solon, Minnesota (WC–3; INS-2; MFP-1; FY-1)
  • Knute Rockne, Notre Dame (WC–3; HW-2; MFP-2)
  • Huntington, Chicago (INS-2)
  • Benjamin F. Avery, Yale (MFP-1; TT-1)
  • J. Huber Wagner, Pitt (PHD-1; TT-2)
  • O'Brien, Harvard (TT-1)
  • K.P. Gilchrist, Navy (TT-2)



  • John H. Brown, Jr., Navy (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-1; INS-1; MFP-1; PHD-1; TT-1; TET-1)
  • Stanley B. Pennock, Harvard (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC–1; MFP-2; FY-1; TT-1; TET-1)
  • Ray "Tubby" Keeler, Wisconsin (INS-1; MFP-2)
  • Elmer "Pete" Busch, Carlisle (WC–2)
  • Henry "Hank" Ketcham, Yale (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC–2; INS-2)
  • Howard Parker "Tal" Talman, Rutgers (WC–3; PHD-1)
  • Alexander M. Weyand, Army (WC–3; INS-2)
  • John S. Pendleton, Yale (MFP-1)
  • Jimmie Munns, Cornell (WC-3 [tackle]; FY–1; TT-2)
  • Albert Journeay, Penn (TT-2)


  • Paul Des Jardien, Chicago (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC–1; HW-1; INS-1; TT-2)
  • William Marting, Yale (WC–2; MFP-2; PHD-1)
  • George "Bubbles" Paterson, Michigan (WC–3; MFP-1)
  • Pete Garlow, Carlisle (INS-2)
  • Walter Simpson, Penn (FY–1)
  • Hank Ketcham, Yale (College Football Hall of Fame) (TT-1; TET-1)




  • Charles E. Brickley, Harvard (WC-1 [hb]; INS–1; MFP-1; FY-1; PHD-1; TT-1; TET-1)
  • Ray Eichenlaub, Notre Dame (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC–2; INS-2; MFP-2; TT-2)
  • Lawrence Whitney, Dartmouth (WC–3)
  • George E. "Carp" Julian, Michigan State (MFP–2)


  1. "Camp Picks All-American Eleven: 2 Western Men on All-America Football Team". The Indianapolis Star. 1913-12-14.
  2. "Butler of Wisconsin on All-American". Racine Journal-News. 1913-12-24.
  3. "Menke Picks His All-American Team: Harvard Champion Team Gets Only Three Places". Naugatuck Daily News. 1913-12-03.
  4. "Badger Tackle Among Stars: Butler, Wisconsin's Great Lineman, Placed on All-American Team". Wisconsin State Journal. 1913-12-02.
  5. "Yost Picks His All-Star Team". Logansport Journal-Tribune. 1913-12-03.
  6. "Bob McWhorter Is Picked on All-American Eleven". Atlanta Constitution. 1913-12-09.
  7. "Tom Thorp Picks Team From Cream of Football World". The Lima Daily News. 1913-12-03.
  8. "Times' All-American Eleven". Trenton Evening Times. 1913-12-04.
  9. Consensus All-American designations based on the NCAA guide to football award winners

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