Company I, 10th Infantry, Flushing Armory
1917 [stationed at Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Carolina] [Company I, 10th Infantry] "10th Regiment Champions" Nov. 11 W 64-0 Company C of Albany [more games were scheduled (Flushing Evening Journal)]
Company I, 14th Regiment, Flushing Armory
1925 Oct. 4 postponed at Freeport Field Club [rain] Oct. 11 L 0-34 at Freeport Field Club (0-42?) Oct. 25 rain out Past Time Pros of Manhattan (H) [at Flushing Memorial Field] Nov. 1 L 12-14 Union Club of Paterson Nov. 3 L 0-3 at 6th Division, N.Y. Naval Militia, Whitestone, at Flushing Memorial Field 1,000 Nov. 8 W (for.) at Monongahela Indians of Brooklyn [Indians wouldn't play on wet field] Nov. 15 no game at Yonkers Caseys Nov. 15 L 0-31 at College Point Oaks FBC, Ahrco Field 0-29? Nov. 22 L 6-19 at McMonnigles of Brooklyn [called McGonnigles] Nov. 26 L 12-13 at Englewood (Mercury) Red Devils (NJ) Nov. 29 L 0-6 at Elmhurst Caseys Dec. 6 canceled Carlisle of Brooklyn, at Dexter Park Dec. 13 canceled at Bushwick FBC, at Dexter Park Dec. 13 ? at Flushing Triangles, Flushing Memorial Field [benefit] 1926 Oct. 17 L 0-42 at McMonigle Democratic Club Blue Devils (Coney Island FBC), at Seaside Park 2,000 Oct. 24 T 0-0 at Baldwin Buccaneers, at Star Shell Field Oct. 31 postponed at College Point FBC, Ahrco Field (rain) Nov. 7 L 0-19 at Hempstead All-Stars Nov. 14 postponed at Baldwin Buccaneers Nov. 14 L 0-12 at College Point FBC, at Ahrco Field 1,000 Nov. 21 canceled at Baldwin Buccaneers [bus broke down] Dec. 4 L 0-19 at Fort Totten 62nd Coast Artillery, at Flushing Memorial Field att: 150 [benefit] 1927 (Unofficially) as Flushing Triangles: . L 0-27 Hartford Giants . W 7-0 Bayonne Pros . W 2-0 Brooklyn Pros . W 14-0 Springfield Giants 11/20 T 6-6 at Newark Cardinals (A.F.L.) at Irving County Park 11/27 T 6-6 at Whitestone Warlows 12/11 L 6-12 at College Point F.B.C. Borough Championship
• The Flushing Remonstrance was drafted and signed at a Quaker Meeting house, on Dec. 27, 1657, at the future site of the Flushing Armory on Northern Boulevard. This document protested against Governor Peter Stuyvesant's ban of the Quakers, and called for freedom of religion from restrictions of the law.
• The Flushing Armory (137-158 Northern Boulevard) was built in 1906, George L. Heins, architect.
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