Trying to find a listing of NBL All Pro or All Star Players

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Trying to find a listing of NBL All Pro or All Star Players

Postby steve » Thu May 24, 2007 11:19 pm

Did the NBL select All Pro or All Star Players? I have found a list of Rookies of the Year, Coaches of the Year, and MVP's.
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All-NBL teams

Postby rlee » Fri May 25, 2007 12:22 am

Here are a few for starters:

1946-47
1st team: 2nd team:
Al Cervi, Rochester R. Carpenter, Oshkish
Bob Davies, Rochester Bob Calihan, Chicago
George Mikan, Chicago Arnie Risen, Indianapolis
Fred Lewis, Sheboygan Bill Holzman, Rochester
Bob McDermott, Chcago Hal Tidrick, Toledo

1947-48
1st team: 2nd team:
Jim Pollard, Minnepaolis Bob Calihan, Flint
Marko Todorovich, Sheboygan Bob Davies, Rochester
George Mikan, Minneapolis Don Otten, Tri-Cities
Bill Holzman, Rochester Frank Brian, Anderson
Al Cervi, Rochester Bob McDermott, Tri-Cities

1948-49:
1st team: 2nd team:
Richard Mehen, Waterloo Stan Von Neida,Tri-Cities
Al Cervi, Syracuse Marko Todorovich, Sheboygan
Don Otten, Tri-Cities Bill Closs, Anderson
Frank Brian, Anderson Ward Gibson, Tri-cities
Gene Englund, Oshkosh Ralph Johnson, Anderson


this didn't come out that way I thought it would...the 1st player listed on each line is a 1st teamers, the 2nd player listed on each lne is a 2nd team selection
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more all-NBL

Postby rlee » Fri May 25, 2007 1:50 am

1944-45
1st team:
Mel Riebe, Cleveland
Bob mcDermott, Ft Wayne
Cowboy Edwards, Oshkosh
Buddy Jeanette, Ft Wayne
Stan Patrick, Chicago

2nd team:
Dick Triptow, Chicao
Ed Dancker, Sheboygan
John Pelington, Ft Wayne
Huck Hartman, Pgh
Jerry Bush, Ft Wayne


45-46
1st team:
Bob Carpenter, Oshkosh
Bill Holzman, Rochester
Geo Glamack, Rochester (tie)
Ed Dancker, Sheboygan (tie)
Bob McDermott, Ft Wayne
Buddy Jeanette, Ft Wayne

2nd team:
Mike Novak, Sheboygan
Jerry Steiner, Indianapolis
Bob Calihan, Chcago
Cowboy Edwards, Oshkosh
Frankie Baumholtz, Youngstown
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Postby steve » Fri May 25, 2007 3:41 am

Thanks, I'm looking for all the forties, if possible. Where did you find this information?
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Postby rlee » Fri May 25, 2007 3:53 am

Converse yearbooks, "All-Sports yearbook", Tri-cities game program, Dick Triptow's book "The Dynasty that Never Was"

I'm pretty sure I've got the 1st 1/2 of the decade around here somewhere - will post when I locate if someone else doesn't do it 1st.
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Postby steve » Fri May 25, 2007 4:07 am

Thanks, I really appreciate it.

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all-NBL teams

Postby rlee » Fri May 25, 2007 4:21 am

found them all on Steve Dimitry's
Extinct Sports League site:

http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Arena/6925/nbl.html

NBL All-League Teams
1937-38
1st Team 2nd Team
Leroy Edwards, Oshkosh Soup Cable, Akron-Firestone
Scott Armstrong, Ft Wayne Jack Ozburn, Akron-Firestone
John Wooden, Whiting Bob Kessler, Indinapolis
Charlie Shipp, Akron-Goodyear Vince McGowan, Whiting
Chuck Bloedorn, Akron-Goodyear Bart Quinn, Ft Wayne

1938-39
1st Team 2nd Team
Paul Birch, Pittsburgh Jack Ozburn, Akron-Firestone
Leroy Edwards, Oshkosh Johnny Moir, Akron-Firestone
John Sines, Indinapolis Jewell Young, Indinapolis
Jerry Bush, Akron-Firestone Chuck Bloedorn, Akron-Goodyear
Barney Cable, Akron-Firestone Charlie Shipp, Akron-Goodyear

1939-40
1st Team 2nd Team
Ben Stephens, Akron-Goodyear Jack Ozburn, Akron-Firestone
Wibs Kautz, Chicago Ernie Andres, Indinapolis
Leroy Edwards, Oshkosh Rube Lautenschlanger, Sheboygan
Charlie Shipp, Oshkosh Otto Kolar, Sheboygan
Barney Cable, Akron-Firestone Nat Frankel, Detroit

1940-41
1st Team 2nd Team
Ben Stephens, Akron-Goodyear Wibs Kautz, Chicago
Ed Sadowski, Detroit Bill Hapac, Chicago
Buddy Jeannette, Detroit Ralph Vaughn, Chicago
Leroy Edwards, Oshkosh John Pelkington, Akron-Goodyear
Charlie Shipp, Oshkosh Bob Calihan, Detroit
Jack Ozburn, Akron-Firestone Bob Neu, Hammond

1941-42
1st Team 2nd Team
Chuck Chuckovits, Toledo Ralph Vaughn, Chicago
Ben Stephens, Akron-Goodyear Jewell Young, Indianapolis
Leroy Edwards, Oshkosh Ed Danker, Sheboygan
Bobby McDermott, Ft Wayne Herm Schaefer, Ft Wayne
Charlie Shipp, Oshkosh George Glamack, Akron-Goodyear

1942-43
1st Team 2nd Team
Ralph Vaughn, Oshkosh Sonny Boswell, Chicago
Paul Armstrong, Ft Wayne Buddy Jeannette, Sheboygan
Ed Danker, Sheboygan Leroy Edwards, Oshkosh
Bobby McDermott, Ft Wayne Ken Suesens, Sheboygan
Charlie Shipp, Oshkosh Jerry Bush, Ft Wayne

1943-44
1st Team 2nd Team
Mel Reibe, Cleveland Rube Lautenschlanger, Sheboygan
Clint Wagner, Oshkosh Jerry Bush, Ft Wayne
Ed Danker, Sheboygan John Pelkington, Ft Wayne
Bobby McDermott, Ft Wayne Charlie Shipp, Oshkosh
Buddy Jeannette, Ft Wayne Ken Suesens, Sheboygan

1944-45
1st Team 2nd Team
Mel Reibe, Cleveland Dick Triptow, Chicago
Stan Patrick, Chicago Ed Danker, Sheboygan
Leroy Edwards, Oshkosh John Pelkington, Ft Wayne
Bobby McDermott, Ft Wayne Jerry Bush, Ft Wayne
Buddy Jeannette, Ft Wayne Huck Hartman, Pittsburgh

1945-46
1st Team 2nd Team
Bob Carpenter, Oshkosh Mike Novak, Sheboygan
Red Holzman, Rochester Jerry Stiener, Indianapolis
George Glamack, Rochester Bob Calihan, Chicago
Ed Danker, Sheboygan Leroy Edwards, Oshkosh
Buddy Jeannette, Ft Wayne Frank Baumholtz, Youngstown
Bobby McDermott, Ft Wayne Al Cervi, Rochester

1946-47
1st Team 2nd Team
Al Cervi, Rochester Bob Carpenter, Oshkosh
Bob Davies, Rochester Bob Calihan, Chicago
George Mikan, Chicago Arnie Risen, Indinapolis
Fred Lewis, Sheboygan Red Holzman, Rochester
Bobby McDermott, Chicago Hal Tidrick, Toledo

1947-48
1st Team 2nd Team
Jim Pollard, Minneapolis Bob Calihan, Flint
Marko Todorovich, Sheboygan Bob Davies, Rochester
George Mikan, Minneapolis Don Otten, Tri-Cities
Red Holzman, Rochester Frank Brian, Anderson
Al Cervi, Rochester Bobby McDermott, Tri-Cities

1948-49
1st Team 2nd Team
Gene Englund, Oshkosh Stan Von Nieda, Tri-Cities
Dick Mehen, Waterloo Marko Todorovich, Sheboygan
Don Otten, Tri-Cities Ward Gibson, Tri-Cities
Frank Brian, Anderson Bill Closs, Anderson
Al Cervi, Syracuse Ralph Johnson, Anderson


same problem here as in the 1st post: 1st player listed on a line is 1st team all-nbl , 2nd player on a line is 2nd team all-nbl.
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Thanks

Postby steve » Fri May 25, 2007 5:02 am

You're awesome...thx
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Two Cables?

Postby Chuck Durante » Wed May 30, 2007 4:12 pm

Just now noticed that one Barney Cable was a three-time all-NBL player for Akron. Barney Cable of Bradley U and the Syracuse Nats was born in 1935.

First father-son pro tandem?
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