Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Moe Dublier

Morris Dublier


Born:
February 20, 1915
Jersey City, NJ

Died:
April 22, 2003
Miami, OH


Career
1934-35 John Marshall University - New Jersey (College)
1935-36 Jersey Reds (ABL)
1936-37 New Jersey Jewels (ABL)
1936-37 Detroit Altes Lager (MBC)
1936-37 Freeland (PSL)
1936-37 Nanticoke (PSL)
1937-38 Kingston Colonials (ABL)
1937-38 Plymouth (NYPA)
1937-38 Larksville (NYPA)
1937-38 Myserstown (TCL)
1938-39 Tory Haymakers (ABL)
1938-39 Kingston Colonials (ABL)
1938-39 Wilkes-Barre Barons (ABL)
1938-39 New York Yankees (Independent)  
1939-40 Wilkes-Barre Barons (ABL)
1939-40 Washington Brewers (ABL)  
1939-40 Original Celtics (Independent)  
1940-41 Washington Brewers (ABL)
1940-41 Rochester Seagrams (Independent)
1941-42 Washington Brewers (ABL)
1941-42 Troy (NYSL)
1941-42 New London (CSL)
1941-42 Original Celtics (Independent)  
1942-43 Harrisburg Senators (ABL)
1942-43 Brooklyn Indians (ABL) 
1942-43 New York Celtics (Independent)
1944-45 Baltimore Bullets (ABL)
1945-46 Baltimore Bullets (ABL)
1945-46 Honesdale (PSL)
1945-46 Larksville (PSL)
1945-46 Hartford (NEL)
1946-47 Baltimore Bullets (ABL)
1946-47 Troy Celtics (ABL)
1947-48 Jersey City Atoms (ABL) 

From Jersey City, New Jersey, Dublier was a popular basketball player throughout the Atlantic states for many years. He also played pro football with the New York Yankees of the American Football League in 1936. Moe served in the U.S. Army during World War 2.



Source:
http://www.oldestlivingprofootball.com/morrismoedubilier.htm


Stats:
http://probasketballencyclopedia.com/player/moe-dublier/

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