RIDGEWOOD*ORANGE - 1926-1927

Played home games at the Grove Arena in the Ridgewood, district of Queens, New York.  Played games at the Palmero Sporting Club and in Orange, New Jersey and at the Orange Armory in  Orange, New Jersey.

The Ridgewood-Orange franchise merged with the Newburgh-Jersey City franchsie on November 16, 1926 to form the Ridgwood-Newburgh team.

 

RIDGEWOOD*ORANGE  NBL 2-9      ED PADIAN  & FRED HOERL
PLAYER POS AGE HGT WGT COLLEGE TRANSACTIONS  GA FGM FTM PTS AVG
Bill McElwain F 21 5:11 170 None to Ridgewood*Newburgh 11 20 58 98 8.9
George Norman F 37 5:10 180 St.John’s(NY) to Ridgewood*Newburgh 9 13 20 46 5.1
Stretch Meehan C 28 6:07 225 Seton Hall to Philadelphia ABL 7 7 15 29 4.1
Walter Garland G 26 5:09 170 None to Ridgewood*Newburgh 10 6 14 26 2.6
Dick Smyth G-F 32 6:00 165 None to Brooklyn ABL 7 11 5 27 3.9
Jack Cremens G-F-C 26 6:03  180 None to Baltimore ABL 7 6 16 28 4.0
Jammy Moskowitz F 22 5:10 180 Savage Institute’24 to Baltimore ABL 2 4 6 14 7.0
Swede Grimstead C-F-G 35 6:03 190 None fr/to Paterson*Kingston 1 2 1 5 5.0
Joe Tripp G-C-F 29 6:01 180 None 2 1 2 4 2.0
Willie Marrin G-F 5:06 to Ridgewood*Newburgh 6 1 2 4 0.7
Artie Powers F 32 5:11 170 None fr/to Paterson*Kingston 1 1 1 3 3
Hank Knudsen C-F 21 6:05 180 None 3 0 3 3 1.0
Joe Ashmead F 33 6:01 175 Cornell’16 1 1 0 2 2.0
Harry Davis G-C-F 1 0 0 0 0.0
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