Malcolm Wiseman
Sport: Basketball
Date of Birth 1913-07-12
Date of Death 1993-04-11
Date of Induction 1995-11-04
Malcolm Wiseman was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on July 12, 1913.
He passed away on April 11, 1993.

He began his high school basketball career at Sandwich High School, before transferring to the Windsor-Walkerville Technical School (later W. D. Lowe).

- 1933 - Captain of the Windsor-Walkerville Tech team that won the Dominion Inter-Scholastic Basketball Title at Saint John, New Brunswick.

After playing at Detroit Tech under coach Julius Goldman, he joined the Windsor Alumni and Windsor Ford V-8's quintets. He played the guard position,and was noted for his offensive playmaking abilities and defensive prowess.

1935 - Coached the Windsor's Ontario Ladies Basketball Association District runner-up squad.
1936 - Windsor Ford V-8's, Canadian Senior Men's Basketball Champions.
1937 - Windsor Alumni - Ontario & Eastern Canadian Champions: lost Canadian Finals to U. of British Columbia.
1938 - Moose Lodge - Ontario Champions, , lost in the Eastern Canadian Senior Finals.
1939 - Windsor Alumni - Ontario and Eastern Canadian Champs; lost to Victoria Dominoes in Canadian Finals.
1940 - Windsor Alumni - Ontario Champions, Eastern Canadian Semi-Finalist.
1948 - Coach - Windsor Alumni - Ontario Champions, Eastern Canadian Semi-Finalist.
1949 - Coach - Windsor Alumni
1950 - Coach - Windsor Sterlings - Ontario Finalist.
1951 - Coach - Windsor Sterlings
1952 - Coach - Windsor Jaycees
1953 - Coach - Windsor Alumni - Ontario Quarter-Finalist.

He played against and refereed games with the Harlem Globetrotters.

A prominent basketball official, Church, High School, University, local leagues, he refereed until age 50.

President of Windsor & District Referee's Association for many years. Honoured as a lifetime member.

1963 - Recipient of the Detroit-Windsor Freedom Festival Award for contributions to basketball.

1975 - Received a "Merit Award" from the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

1936 - Canada's representative at Berlin Olympics - Silver Medal; lost in finals to the USA, 19 - 8.
1961 - Recognized in Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame, as the 1936 Windsor Ford V-8's team; winners of the Silver Medal at the Olympics were enshrined.
1981 - Received Lifetime Membership in Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, for contributions on behalf of the Windsor & District Referees Association.