Willets Point Engineers Corp All-Time Football Records

(still under construction)

Willets Point U.S. Army Engineers Corp School Football Team, 1895.
Willets Point U.S. Army Engineers Corp School Football Team, 1895. (New York Times)

Willets Point U.S. Army Engineers Corp School Football Records

(Also Willets Point Soldiers and Fort Totten games)

1890
Soldiers:
.      W  3-0       College Point FBC

1892 (2-0-0)
.      W 32-0       Fort Schuyler
.      W 20-0       Fort Schuyler

1893 (2-0-0)
11/11  W 48-0    at Governor's Island
11/23  W 14-0       St. John's at Fordham

1894 (~9-0-0) U.S. Army Champions
10/6      ?         Manhattan FC (H)
.      W 60-0       Davids Island (Fort Slocum)
10/13     ?         Volunteers of Harlem, at the Polo Grounds
10/20  W 18-0       Fordham College (St. John's)
10/27  W  8-0    at Seton Hall Alerts [8-2?] [10/20?]
10/31  W 30-0       Manhattan College Jaspers  [10/27?] [36-0?] (pos. at Willts Point)
11/3  no game       Volunteers of Harlem [on original schedule]
11/3   W 46-0       17th Separate Comp/Flushing AC (H) [48-0?][11/4?][11/10?]
11/17  W 22-0       Fort Adams of Rhode Island (H) (at Whitestone)
11/24  W 66-5       West Point Army Service Corps (H) (at Whitestone)
11/29  W 44-0       St.Aloysius YMCA of Newark (H) [40-0?] (at Whitestone)
12/1   W 30-0    at West Point Army Company E Battalion Engineers (H?) [22-0?]
Reserves/2nds:
11/3   W            17th Separate Company, Flushing [see above]
11/23               Flushing AC (H)

1895 (~4-2-1) U.S. Army League Champions
9/29   W 36-0       Catholic Club of Paterson (H)
10/13  L  0-12      Entre Nous Club of Paterson (H)
10/26  T  6-6    at Seton Hall
11/2  not played    4th Regiment, NJ National Guard
11/2   W 44-0       Empire FC (H)
11/10      ?        Varuna Boat Club of Bay Ridge
.      W 18-0       St.Aloysius YMCA
11/17  L  0-18      Entre Nous Club (H)
11/23  W 48-0       West Point Engineers

1896
10/11               Catholic Club of Paterson (H)
10/18  L  0-10   at Entre Nous Club of Paterson
10/24               Yonkers AC (H)
11/1                Catholic Club (H)
11/8   L            Entre Nous Club (H)
11/14  W  6-0    at Montclair AC
11/15               Yonkers AC  (H)
11/22               Entre Nous Club
11/26  W 30-0    at St.Aloysius of Newark (H?)
11/29  W  6-0       Madisons of NY (H) (Parade Grounds)
12/8                Governor's Island
1897 Willets Point football team photo, fro National Archives, courtesy of the Bayside Historical Society, Fort Totten.
1897 team National Archives, courtesy of Bayside Historical Society, Fort Totten.
1897 (~5-3-0)
10/4   L  0-18      Entre Nous Club of Paterson (H)  att: 2,000  10/3? 
10/10  W 14-2       Pastime AC of NY (H) [or 10/9]
10/17  W  8-0       Madison Club of NY (H)
10/24  W 18-0       Lenox AC of Harlem, at Bayside
10/30               Mt.Vernon AC
11/7   W 34-0       Majestic FC of NY (H)
11/14  L  0-45   at Entre Nous of Paterson, at Olympia Park {9-47?}
11/21  no game      St. Agnes Lyceum
11/21  L  0-4       St.Peters Catholic Library Assoc., at Varuna Grounds, Bay Ridge
11/25  no game      Ariel AA
11/25  W 10-0       Willet's Point 2nds (H) [orig. scheduled v Ariel AA]
"Juniors":
11/7   W 18-2       Eagles Club of Whitestone
11/25  L 12-16      Lafayette Club, at Central Park

1898
10/29  W 22-0       St.John's College (Brooklyn) (H)
.                   Majestics of Manhattan (H)
11/5                22nd Regiment (H)
11/6             at St.Aloysius, Newark
11/9   W 29-11      22nd Regiment
.      L            St. Peter's CLA
11/19  W            Murray Hill AC (H)
11/20  W  6-0    at College Point Indians

1899
9/30                Warlow AC (H)
10/8   L  0-12      Pastimes of Paterson, at Wallace's Ridgewood Grounds
10/15  T  0-0    at Indians AC, Donnelly's Grounds, College Point  att: 1,500
10/21               Loyola AC of Manhattan (H)
10/22               Bonaventure (H)
11/4    ??          Murray Hill AA of Manhattan (H) (Parade Grounds)
11/4   L  0-30   at Knickerbocker AC, Bayonne
11/11            at Newark AC
11/18  L  6-12   at Murray Hill AC, Flushing
Soldiers:
10/14  W 11-0       Murray Hill AC of Flushing (H) (Whitestone) [soldiers?] 10/15?
11/26  W 10-0    at Indian AC, College Point  1,000+
2nds:
10/22  T  5-5       Murray Hill of Flushing [orig. sched. v Columbia AC]
10/29  W 40-0       St.John's of Brooklyn (H)
 
1900 [Soldiers team prob.]
10/6   W  6-0       Franklin AC (H)
10/7                Nutley AC  [?]
10/21  L  6-12      Jersey City FC (H)
10/27               Crescent AC of Harlem (H) [?]
10/28  L  0-16      St. Aloysius of Newark, at St.George Cricket Grounds, Hoboken
11/11  T  0-0       Harlem Catholic Club, at Jasper Oval, 137th Street
11/17  L  0-17   at Seton Hall
11/18            at College Point
.      L            Warlow AC of Whitestone  [could be Soldiers team]
12/6                Chelsea AC of Manhattan (record:10-1-3? before this game??)

1901
10/12  T            Crescent AC
10/    L            Irvington AC
10/24               Herkimer AA
10/27            at Newark FC
11/3   cancelled    Robert Davis Association, at St.George Cricket Field, Hoboken
11/17            at Savoy FC, West Chester
12/6                Chelsea AC
12/8                Herkimer AA, at Dexter Park, Brooklyn
Soldiers:
10/20    ?          Madison FC, at Jasper Oval
11/3   L  0-35      Madison FC, at Jasper Oval [or Engineers?]
.      L  0-6       Fordham ["Fort Totten"]
11/24               Knickerbocker AC, at Dexter Park
11/28               Madison FC, at Jasper Oval [postponed twice]

1902
11/8   L  0-17   at Orange AC, at the Orange Oval
Soldiers:
11/2   postp?    at Herkimer AA, at Dexter Park
11/15  W 30-0       Ft. Hamilton (H) [win Army-Navy Post Championship)
11/16  L  0-6    at Herkimer AA, at Dexter Park (Willet's with 9 Warlows AC players)

1903
       (see below under Fort Totten)

1904
       (see below under Fort Totten


Home Fields:
  *Willets Point Parade Grounds, Fort Totten
  *Knabb Field, Whitestone

Fort Totten Army team

(Known as Willet's Point Soldiers or the Fort at Willet's Point previously)

Fort Totten Army Base Team

(Also Willets Point Soldiers and Fort Totten games)

Fort Totten v. Flushing Triangles, 12/7/1922 Flushing Daily Times.
(Flushing Daily Times, Dec. 7, 1922)

 Renamed Fort Totten in 1898 to honor memory of General Joseph G. Totten, former Chief Engineer of the Army.

(1898 to 1902 games listed under Soldiers at the Fort at Willets Point as they were still called. See above.)

The Scarlet & White


1901
        (See above under Willet's Point Soldiers)

1902
        (See above under Willet's Point Soldiers)

1903
10/18  L  0-5       Fort Slocum (H)
10/31  W 23-0    at Fort Columbus
11/14  W 39-0       Fort Columbus (H)
New York Harbor Championship
12/16  T  0-0       Fort Hamilton, indoors at Madison Square Garden
12/19  T  0-0       Fort Hamilton, indoors at Madison Square Garden

1904
(called Willet's Point Soldiers)
Soldiers:
11/20            at Knickerbocker FC, Knickerbocker Oval 110th St. & 8th Ave., Manhattan

1905
10/    L            Fort Slocum

1906 ["9 games, 135/122 points to 1 TD"] New York Harbor Post Champions
.      T  0-0       Fort Hamilton
.      T  0-0       Fort Hamilton
11/29  W 22-0       Fort Hamilton, at Donnelly's Athletic Field, College Point  att: 500 23/24-0?

1907
11/5   W  6-0       Fort Hamilton (H), at Donnely's Field
11/28  w 11-0       USS Ohio, at Donnelly's Athletic Field  1,000+

1908
.      L  6-17      Fordham
11/21  L  0-6       Fort Slocum (H), at Donnelly's Oval, College Point
11/26  W  5-0       Buster X AC Seniors (H), at Donnelly's Oval

1909
10/24  W  3-0       Fort Hamilton (H) [ps. Ft. Hancock-discrepancy in Flushing Times]
11/7   L  3-11      Mohawk AC, at Protectory Grounds, Westchester
11/14   ?        at Warlows AC, Knab's Park, Whitestone
11/17  L  0-27      Warlows (H)

1910 (165th Company)
10/26  L  0-5    at Fort Slocum
11/     ?           Fort Slocum (H)

1911 (165th Company)
12/3   W 11-0    at College Point Field Club, at Donnely's Field

1912
.      L  0-13      Fordham

1913
.      L  5-16      Fordham

1915
.      W  6-0       Fordham 

1916
.      W            Warlows AC of Whitestone  (correct year?)    

1917 (2-4-1)
NYAC Soldiers Football League/Post League
.      W 17-6       Fort Wadsworth
11/6   L  7-9       Mineola Aviators, at Travers Island NYAC Field (Bronx)  3,000
11/10  T  0-0       Fort Slocum (H)
11/14  L  0-6    at Fort Hamilton  att: 3,000
11/17  W 35-0       Fort Jay (H)
11/21  L  6-21   at Pelham Bay Naval Reserves
11/    L (for.)     Fort Slocum [decline to replay tie game]

1919 (Coast Artillery)
.      W  6-0       Fordham
.      L  0-18      Fordham
.      L 12-18      Fordham
10/27  L  0-5       Olympia Council, Knights of Columbus of Flushing, Ricketts Oval  2,000

1920
10/18  L  0-41   at Rockville Centre American Legion
12/2             at Mitchel Field

1921
11/12  canceled  at Fort Jay

1922
.                   Mitchel Field Aviators
10/12 canceled   at Stapleton FBC (Stapes), East Shore Oval  [canc. by Ft. Totten]
10/15  L  0-12   at Warlow AC, Knab's Park, Whitestone
10/22  W  6-0    at Flushing Triangles, Kalm's Oval, Jamaica & Sinclair Aves., Flushing 12-0?
11/7   L  6-32   at College Point, Ahrco Field
11/29               Camp Alfred Vail (H)
12/3  postp.     at Flushing Triangles, Kalm's Oval [rain]
12/9  postp.     at Flushing Triangles, Flushing Memorial Field, Bayside Avenue [wet grounds]
12/10  L  0-52   at Flushing Triangles, Kalm's Oval
  *NOTE: Fort Totten manager wrote Flushing Daily Times saying this wasn't Fort Totten team on 12/10.

1923  Coach- Stew Timberlake
11/6  postp.     at College Point Triangles, Ahrco Field
11/18 L  0-38    at Elmhurst Caseys
11/23  ?            Fort Slocum (H) 
11/25 L  6-7     at Freeport Field Club (semi-pro)
11/30 L  0-13    at College Point FBC, Ahrco Field  3,000
12/8  L  0-26    at 6th Separate Division, NY Naval Militia, Flushing/Whitestone, Flushing Memorial Field  1,500
12/9  L  0-12    at West Side Club, Jersey City, J.C. H.S. Athletic Field

1924
10/26 W 19-6     at Fort Hamilton
.     L             Mitchel Field Aviators  W?
11/9  W 33-6     at Whitestone Warlows, Knab's Park  2,000
.     T  0-?        Newark Redjackets  (loss or tie?)
    2nd Army Championship:
11/16 W  7-0        Fort Jay, at Fort Hamilton  8,000  ["no losses in 5 games"]
11/22 postponed     Fort Slocum
11/23  ?            Fort Slocum (H)
11/27 W  7-0        6th Division, NY Naval Militia, Whitestone (H)
11/30 L  0-13    at College Point FBC  3,000  (prob. away)
.     W  6-0        College Point FBC (from 1926 Daily Star)

1925
.       W           Whitestone Warlows  ?
  USMA Prep at Fort Totten:
11/27 L  0-2     at Flushing HS 2nds, Flushing Memorial Stadium	

1926
62nd Coast Artillery
10/24 L  0-6     at Whitestone Warlows, Knab's Park  att: 35  6-13??
10/31 W  3-0        Twin Oaks F.C.
11/14 L  0-6     at Fort Hamilton  3,000
.     L             College Point ?
11/21 no game       College Point
12/4  W 19-0        Company I, 14th Infantry Regiment, Flushing Armory, at Flushing Memorial Field [benefit]  att: 150

1927
10/22 canceled      Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church (H) [canc. by Ft. Totten]
10/23 W 12-6        College Point Ramblers (H)  att: 500
.      ?            Elm A.C. (H)
11/8   ?            Warlows of Whitestone
11/13 W 33-6        Fort Hamilton, at Bayside
11/20 postponed     Fort Monmouth, at Fort Hamilton postponed to 11/27
11/27 W  9-0        Fort Monmouth, at Ft. Hamilton (2nd Corps Area Harbor Post Championship) 6-0?
     2nd Area Championship:
12/3  L  7-21     at West Point Army Service Detachment
12/11 canceled      College Point F.B.C. [Benefit]
["an Army team"]:
.     W 27-0        College Point American Legion
.     L  0-7        Saranac FBC

1928
11/8  W 20-12       Fort Slocum (H)
12/2  no game?      Bayside AA  prob. no game

1929 
10/6  L  0-62    at Bayonne Vikings, Jersey City High school Field 1,000
10/13 L  6-51       Bayside AA (H)
10/26 L  0-91    at All-Coast Guard

1930
62nd Coast Artillery:
.                   Naval Base Militia T 6-6 or L 13-14??
10/22 L  6-39    at Flushing HS, Memorial Field  (6-40?)
10/29 W  7-0        Flushing HS 2nds (H)
11/5   ?            Fort Slocum (H)
11/16 W  7-6     at Fort Hamilton  att: 500  (6-0?) [2 more games at Ft. Hamilton?]
11/22  ?            Fort Hancock (H)
11/27 L  0-27    at Jamaica FBC, Peter's Field, Hollis  1,500  [Benefit]
  Note: There was also a Ft. Totten YMCA Post 105 Lb. team, pos. played some of above games.

1931  (9-3-0 ?) Tim Hawley, coach
9/27  W 28-0        Fort Monmouth (H)
10/   L  0-40    at Carlisle Barracks  0-42?
10/17 L  0-12    at Sandy Hook (Fort Hancock)
10/              at Aberdeen (Md.)  W ?
10/25 W 24-0        Fort Hamilton (H)    
10/28 L  7-13       Flushing High School (H)  [scrimmage]
11/1  W 20-6        Fort Slocum (H)
11/8  W 14-0        Bay Ridge Maroons (semi-pro) (H)
11/15 W 32-0        Fort Jay (H)
11/22 W 25-6        Naval Base Militia (H)
11/26 W  7-0        Flushing Oaks (semi-pro), at Memorial Field, Flushing  2,000  [benefit] 6-0?
12/6  W 18-12       Bayside A.A. (H)  1,800

1932 (11-1-0) (from 1933 L.I. Daily Star)  Tim Hawley, coach
.     W 13-6     at Fort Monmouth ("8th straight win")
10/9  W  6-0     at Fort DuPont, at Havre de Grace, Md.
10/16 W 20-6        Greenpoint AA (H)
10/23 W 13-0        Coney Island Vans (H)  ~1,500
10/30 W 33-0        East Side Tigers (NY) (H)  1,200
11/6  W 31-6        St. Vincent Pros of New York (H)
11/13 W 39-6        Bayside AA
11/20 W 26-0        Fort Hancock
11/24 no game       Flushing Oaks [proposed early in season]
11/27 W 18-6     at Whitestone Warlows, Knab Park  [Benefit]  26-6?
12/4  L  0-19    at College Point FBC, Ahrco Field  ~6,000 [for "Queens Championship"] 

1933 (8-2-0)  Tim Hawley, coach
10/1  W 32-0        Roosevelt AC of Jackson Hts. (H)
10/8  W 26-0        Brooklyn Bulldogs (H)
10/15 W 19-6        West Point Artillery (H)  3,800
10/22 W 27-0        Fort Jay (H)
10/25  scrim.       Flushing HS (H)  [scrimmage]
10/29 no game       Flushing Yellow Jackets
10/29 W 12-0        West Point Service Detachment (H)  3,000-3,500 [orig. sched. 11/12 maybe] (10th "Colored" Cavalry)
11/1   scrim.       Flushing HS (H)  [scrimmage]
11/5  W 19-0        Lantern AC of Washington Hts. (H)
11/12 L  7-18       Carlisle Barracks Indians  (H)  6-18?
11/19 no game       Whitestone Warlows
11/19 W 19-6        Flushing Yellow Jackets (H)  3,500 [orig. sched. 10/29 maybe, then 11/12]
11/26 W 28-13    at Fort Hancock
11/30 L  0-18       Whitestone Warlows (H)  3,000 [orig. sched. 11/19 maybe] (Queens Championship)
    
1934 (10-2-1) coach- Lt. Paul Elias, asst.- Sgt. Tim Hawley
       Training camp- Fort Tilden
9/    scrim.        Pick and Pat Club of Bayside (H)  [scrimmage]
9/9   no game       Astoria Pros (H)
9/9   W 14-13       Kenyon Passaic Pros (N.J.) (H) (night)  1,000
9/16  W  8-0        Arverne Pros (H)  att: 200
9/23  W 18-12    at Carlisle Barracks Post  7,000  not 6-0 reported in various 1935 papers
9/30  no game       Flushing FBC  [proposed]
9/30  no game       Long Island Collegians of Great Neck (H)
9/30  W 33-0        Yonkers Alumni Club (H)  2,000
10/7  T  0-0        Whitestone Warlows (H) [record v Warlows, 10 years 5-5-1]
10/14 W 18-0        Fort Jay (H)  3,100
10/21 W 18-0        Fort Hancock (H)  3,100
10/28 W  7-0        Pick and Pat Club of Bayside (H)
11/4  postp.        Flushing FBC (H) [rain]
11/6  W 13-6        Flushing FBC (H)  att: 500
11/11 W  7-6     at Whitestone Warlows, Knab's Park  [Warlow's change name to American Legion]
11/18 L  0-7     at College Point FBC, Ahrco Field  5,000
11/25 L  0-6     at Langley Field (Va.)
Fort Totten Club
11/24  ?            Whitestone Trojans

1935 (~2-5-2) coach- Lieutenant Lazar
9/15  T  0-0        Passaic Pros (H)
   [Ft. Totten soldiers at maneuvers at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, prob. no games]
10/20 L  0-7        Fort Monmouth  [at?]
10/27 W 12-6        Astoria Willows (H)
11/3  L  0-12       Carlisle Barracks (H)
11/10 L  0-20       Columbia Democrats (ex-Warlow AC) (H)  [11th annual]
11/17 rain out      Langley Field (Va.) (H)
11/17 postp.     at College Point FBC 
11/24 postp.     at College Point FBC [snow]  [pos. College Pt. claims forfeit for 11/17] [eventually canceled]
12/1  L 19-27       Fort DuPont (H)  [11/24 0-35 seems wrong]
12/8  W 19-0        Corona Royals (H)
12/15 T  0-0        Flushing All-Stars (H)
 
1936 (2-6-0)  Tim Hawley, coach
9/27  L  6-25       Fort DuPont (H)
10/4  W 26-0        Passaic Pros (H)  1,100
10/11 L 12-14       Astoria Willows (H)  2,500
10/18 L  6-27       Fort Monroe (Old Point Comfort, Va.) (H)  1,500  7-27?
11/1  L 12-14       Yonkers Alumni (H)
11/8  W 21-0        Jamaica FC (H)
11/11 L  6-31       College Point FBC (H) [not 11/15]
11/15 no game       Astoria Willows (H)
11/22 L  0-19    at College Point FBC, Ahrco Field [two College Point scores may be reversed]

1937 (5-4-2)
62nd Coast Artillery
9/26  W  6-0        Astoria Maples (H)  1,000
10/3  L  0-6        Fort Hancock (H)  [6-6-0 v Ft. Hancock since 1925]
10/10 no game       Passaic Pros of Jackson Heights (H)
10/10 W 13-0        Bayonne Pioneers (NJ Industrial Lg.) (H)
10/17 W  7-0        Carlisle Field Barracks (H)
10/24 T 13-13    at Fort Hamilton  5,000
10/31 T  0-0     at Fort Jay, at Governor's Island  3,000
11/7  W 12-0        Colony Club of Jackson Heights (H)  2,000
11/14 L 13-19    at Fort Du Pont 1st Engineers (Del.)
11/21 L 13-20    at Fort Monroe Gunpointers (Va.)
11/25 no game       College Point FBC  [Ft. Totten says no to proposed game]
11/28 postp.        Astoria Willows (H)  [rain]
12/5  W 24-7        Elroy AC (H) at Bayside
12/12 L  0-6        Astoria Willows  att: 700
Fort Totten Juniors
11/7  L 12-43    at Whitestone Falcons, St. Luke's Field
11/11 L  0-13       Whitestone Falcons (H)
Fort Totten Royals
10/2  L 12-19       Broadway Bears (H)

1938 (14-1-1)
"Gypsy Artillerymen"
11/6  W  2-0        Astoria Maples (H)  2,000
  Eastern Corp Area Elimination:
11/11 L 12-27       Fort Jay, at Bloomfield, N.J.  3,000-4,500
11/20 W 13-0        Fort Ontario (Oswego) (H)  7,000
11/24 T  0-0        College Point FBC (H)  1,000 (Soldiers lead series 16-15-3)
11/27 postp.        Astoria Willows (H)  [snow]
12/4  W  6-0        Astoria Willows (H)  4,500
12/11 W  6-0        Flushing Viking-Ramblers (H)  3,000
12/18 no game       College Point FBC  [only proposed]

1939 (2-6-0)
10/8  L  0-6        Astoria Maples (H)
10/15 W  9-0        East New York Red Devils (H)
10/22 L  0-32       College Point FBC (H)  1,300
10/29 L 12-33       Flushing Vikings (H)
11/5  canceled      Whitestone Tigers (H)  [rain]
11/12 L  0-6        Astoria Maples (H)
11/19 L  6-20       Manhasset Alumni (H)
11/23 L  0-6        St. Joan of Arc (ex-Colony Club) of Jackson Heights (H) 1-2,000
12/3  W 13-0        Little Neck Pirates  [10 minute quarters at end due to storm]

1940 (2-7-0)
10/6  L  0-9        Fort Jay (H)
10/13 L  0-25       Astoria Willows-Red Raiders (H)  1,500
10/20 L  6-8        College Point FBC (H)
10/27 no game       Whitestone Tigers (H)
10/27 L  0-7        Bay Ridge Bulldogs (H)
11/3  W 13-0        Astoria Red Hawks (H)  att: 500
11/10 W 13-0        Astoria Maples (H)  att: 500
11/17 L  0-8        St. Joan of Arc (H)  att: 600
11/21 L  6-14       Whitestone Tigers (H)  att: 600
11/24 L  0-7        Sacred Heart (H)  att: 500

1941
9/17  L  0-3TD      Hofstra [scrimmage]
9/21  L  0-35    at Paterson Panthers (APFA)  Hinchcliffe Stadium 5-6,000/7,000
9/28  W 13-0        Astoria Willow Red Raiders (H)  1,500
10/5  L  0-20    at Hempstead Alumni
10/15 postp.     at Freeport Lions (N), Freeport Municipal Stadium [rain] [maybe to 10/29]
10/19 W 25-0        Ridgewood Bulldogs (H)
10/26 canceled   at Fort Monmouth [Fort Totten sent on maneuvers]

1942
Redlegs”
9/26  T  6-6     at Hartwick
10/3  W 27-7     at Brooklyn College  1,700
10/10 L  0-60    at Holy Cross
10/18 L  0-7     at St. Bonaventure
10/25 L  7-14    at Canisius  5,882
11/3  W 51-0     at C.C.N.Y.  800/1,500
11/8  L  6-13    at Scranton
11/14 no game       Manhattan Beach Coast Guard, at Brooklyn College
11/14   ?           Camp Upton (H?)
11/22 W 39-7        Fort Hamilton, at Union City, N.J.  ["5th win"]
   U.S. Army Service Command championship (2nd Area):
11/29 L  0-6     at Fort Monmouth, Eatontown, N.J.

6-man Touch Football

1956
6-Man Tackle

1st Army Flag Football Championships, at Fort Monmouth (double elimination)
11/13 W 13-6        Fort Wadsworth   [not against Fort Monmouth]
11/13 L  8-13       West Point
11/14 W  7-6        Fort Wadsworth
11/14 L 13-33       Fort Dix

Notes:
   •Home field- Army Base Reservation Field, Bayside, 216th Street & 12th Avenue.

   •Willet's Point is the land that was later called Fort Totten, in the Whitestone section of Queens County. on Long Island Sound. Deeded to William Thorne 1640.

   •Named after Charles Willet, who died 1832 and is buried within the fort.
   •1821 Coastal Defense Survey says property useful.
   •1857 purchased for a military base. Star shape fort with a 600 foot vehicular tunnel, the first in NY, designed by chief engineer Colonel Joseph Totten.
   •The Civil War made the fort obsolete.

   •After the war, 1865, it became a school for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, started as "Essayons Club."
   •The school moved, transfered in 1901 to Washington Barracks, Fort McNair, D.C.; Engineers Depot closed 1902.

   •101st Co., CAC 1901-1917; 54th Co, CAC 1901-1909; 87th Co., CAC 1901-1916; 114th Co, CAC 1901-1917.
   •Eastern Artillary District, N.Y. 1906; HQ Coast Defense of Eastern N.Y. & HQ Atlantic Division 1913,

   •Taken over by Coastal Artillery from 1922. First radar on east coast, held Nike missiles during the Cold War.

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This list compiled and designed by P.S.Luchter.

Updated 10/21/2006.

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