Clipped From The Morning Herald
await- and alÂ»o to for th* on the can- spring and P.oakne**. *horl- Flamingo at at th* New on spot- chance* stakes Â·sttmatedi Te Dick Steinborn Beats Freeman In Bout That Steals The Son Of Famous WeighHifter And Strong Man Opponent Afttr Hard Bottlt--Supporting Bouts Of Thf Btst By FRANK COLLEY tporti Editor, The Morning Herald Wrestling fans were given a real treat last night Armory Arena where they saw plenty of action and some of the best catch-as-catch-can style af grappling las been witnessed in this city in years. Â· Primo Camera, former world heavyweight boxing champion, and the Golden Terror figured in the top billing even ' n? " )Ut '* was ^ 6 match between Dick Steinborn, son the famous strong man, Milo Steinborn, and Ace of the Bronx, N. Y. that stole the show. Canera Is Loser In the main bout of the evening Camera, dropped the decision to the rror a(ter hp ha ' 1 t h e Golden. Williamsport High In Crucial Battle 65Islam" Camera had his hold back- and 27i' "" h i m wlien Ilie Tmor U9e1 his extra poundage to turn the hold into a back flip and pin the former boiers' shoulders to the mat in I minutes. Ace Freeman gave the gathering i 1,000 in 16 followed $155,960 by Oregon-bred That- for many | o Â°^i onB Â° uthonb Â°eavin "the^Tuared perform- "rcie 0 UP Â° n eimns wie score i Ruffin is winner actor Went against Man oti Mountain Dean, jr., the son ot the famous Man Mountain Dean of other years. R u f f i n was returned the victor in this match a f t e r H Win Ortr Cl.ar Spring ; Coqeri Today Would ; ^.S ^ Q geit p or Boasting a record of " wins. ! against 5 defeats the Williamsport [ H i g h cagers travel to Clear Booked f o r a one hour time l i m i t . . t n j s afternoon for a contest that one fall bout, Dick Steinborn and | w m t, av( , s decided bearing on the scholastic title in Washing- a bout that they have not seen t h e j | 0 n county. like of since the mat game c a u g h t ; The cohorts of Coach the fancy of the fans in this sec- j scorf ,j a victory over Clear Spring tion - | when they clashed on the Williams- Both boys forgot about hand-1 port court and the Blue a^d White cuffing, mauling and kicking and; figure they are right to take really gave the fans a lesson in j measure of the upstaters for the[ scientific wrestling. Time and!second straight time, again they brought the crowd to Starting with Hancock On Jan- their feet after breaking out of uary 15. Williamsport has come tight holds'. (through with seven straight wins Steinborn after 22 minutes o f i a n d have onl ' today's game and hard work scored a victory w h e n ; w i t n county teams. he pinned Freeman's shoulders to |t.he mat. with a spinning scissors,xfr Trinity 84-36 so DeBow outscored the entire Trinity Trinity team in leading his St. Mark's mates to a S4-36 win in Sunday School league play at the Y last night. The flashy guard found the * , d Â· ' v , . ' minutes with a body press following following several knee lifts. Kit Fox. Oklahoma I n d i a n , was forced to cancel his bout with R u f fin fin due to injuries. Adrien Railiarireon, Canada's In by '"'""S '"an. went Â»'ild a f t e r takinc free * '"' o! p u n i s h m e n t from Big I k e s t i E a k i n s of Florida and heaved the southerner bodily out of the rinc f t e r 3:i 1 " inutes ' Baillargeon was awarded the match when Kakins i f f l '' e ^ 'Â° regain the mat and was 17- counted out hy Referee DePaula. Promoter Phil Zacko announced ' t h e n e x l shfnv woul1i h Â« Â°" SSSA a r t e r ' a r c h 10 and e v e r y e "Â° n if heinl: -'"" I " made to brin * t h e best m t h e hus1 ' M a '" s n e the first m i n u t e s of the Shirk's found itself trailing hy surprising 4-" maran. t h a n k four foul shot* t h e y snnn tnok by M i n n i c h c o m m a n d and IS-4 at the q u a r t e r and n a l f - j games. jclear. sunny skies Cramer had a coral nicht with. 17 poims for the winners, while ,, k . s crsmc; t G r pt , Ir|n|| 7 3 n mil ( . . ness to this city. 5 Â· I "!