American Football Database
1935 Army Cadets football
1935 record6–2–1
Head coachGarrison H. Davidson (3rd season)
Home stadiumMichie Stadium
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Template:1935 college football independents records The 1935 Army Cadets football team represented the United States Military Academy in the 1935 college football season. In their third year under head coach Garrison H. Davidson, the Cadets compiled a 6–2–1 record, shut out four of their nine opponents, and outscored all opponents by a combined total of 176 to 62.[1] In the annual Army–Navy Game, the Cadets defeated the Midshipmen 28–6. The Cadets' two losses came against Mississippi State and Pittsburgh, and they played Notre Dame to a 6–6 tie at Yankee Stadium.[2]

Two Army players were recognized on the All-America team. End William R. Shuler received first-team honors from the Associated Press (AP).[3] Halfback Charles R. Meyer received second-team honors from the United Press (UP) and North American Newspaper Alliance.[4][5]


October 5William & MaryW 14–0
October 12Gettysburg
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
W 54–0
October 19Harvard
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
W 13–0
October 26at YaleW 14–8
November 2Mississippi State
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
L 7–13
November 9at PittsburghL 6–29
November 16vs. Notre DameT 6–678,114
November 23Vermont
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
W 34–0
November 30vs. NavyW 28–6


  1. "Army Yearly Results (1935-1939)". College Football Data Warehouse. David DeLassus. Retrieved August 1, 2015.
  2. "1935 Army Black Knights Schedule and Results". SR/College Football. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved August 1, 2015.
  3. Alan Gould (December 7, 1935). "Lutz, Grayson Only Coast Stars On A.P. All-American: Four Southern Aces Given Laurels". Oakland Tribune.
  4. Stuart Cameron (November 29, 1935). "Grayson On U.P. All-American Team: Moscrip and Lutz Placed on Reserves". Oakland Tribune.
  5. "Four Coast Stars on All-America Elevens: Kerr, McGugin, Phelan and Dorais Select 1935 All-Star Teams; Moscrip, Grayson Named". Los Angeles Times. December 1, 1935.