Full name: Thomas Joseph "Tom" Cooke
Born: August 22, 1885 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Died: July 15, 1964 in Denver, Colorado, United States
Affiliations: St. Rose Parish, St. Louis (USA)
Country: United States
Related Olympians: Brother of George Cooke.
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
Tom Cooke played against Galt and started the first game against CBC. But in that game he broke his leg, had to be taken from the field, and could play no more. Cooke was a St. Louis native. In 1910 he married Elsa Beamer and they moved to Denver the next year. There he worked for 40 years for the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad as assistant comptroller. After retirement he worked in the trust department of the First National Bank until 1961.
|1904 Summer||18||St. Louis||Football||Men's Football||St. Rose-2||USA||3||Bronze|
|1904 Summer||18||St. Louis||Football||St. Rose-2||USA||Final Standings||3||1904-11-16||0|
|1904 Summer||18||St. Louis||Football||St. Rose-2||USA||Round-Robin||Replay #3||2||1904-11-23||Christian Brothers' College-1 2, St. Rose-2 0||0|
|1904 Summer||18||St. Louis||Football||St. Rose-2||USA||Round-Robin||Match #2||2||1904-11-17||Galt Football Club 4, St. Rose-2 0||0|
|1904 Summer||18||St. Louis||Football||St. Rose-2||USA||Round-Robin||Match #3||1T||1904-11-18||St. Rose-2 0, Christian Brothers' College-1 0||0|