STATISTICS & HISTORY
Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is a small town (population of 40,000 in the 1930′ and 1940’s) 50 miles north of Milwaukee. Sheboygan was a hotbed independent professional basketball throughout the 1920’s and 1930’s. Charles “Slim” Lonsdorf played organized basketball in Sheboygan from the mid-1920’s until the mid-1940’s. LOnsdorf started out playing for the Kohler Company team where he was employed Lonsdorff followed up wwith stints on other local teams such as the Bullhorns, the Enzo-Jetsand the Art Amigs. In 1938, Sheboygan acquired a franchise in the National basketball League. Lonsdorf appeared in 17 major league games for the Redskins before returning to independent ball.
|Charles J. Lonsdorf||Born: Mar 22, 1905||Died: Dec 10, 1987||Hometown:||Athens, Wi.|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1935-36||Sheboygan Art Imigs||Indep|
|1936-37||Sheboygan Art Imigs||Indep|
|1937-38||Sheboygan Enzo Jels||Indep|
|Major League Totals||17||5||10||20||1.2|