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sde Man-! this! £g- cap- books' are been th© will promised attendance of 20 game get on of pro bran Mck- season reveals 19 miss logical we Lou conver- Pot O'Connor Making Eastern Debut in Mein With Hsni Sehmidt--S©th S®ek Return Go With Chomp BY FRANK COLLiY Sports Editor, Morning H«r«fd The opening wrestling show of the 1953 season is tap tonight at the State Armory with two of the grapplers in the business, Pat O'Connor of New Zealand meeting Hans Schmidt of Germany, In the main event, one fall, one hour time limit affair. Promoter Phil Zacko has really outdone himself in booking an All-Star as the opening attraction for the present season and in obtaining O'Connor and Schmidt he bringing to this city s pair of matmea who have tured over TV shows out of Chicago every Saturday Making Eastern D«but It will be O'Connor's eastern debut but for Schmidt, he has shown in sevesal matches in Baltimore Baltimore and Washington, but it will be his first appearance here. Tferee other newcomers to this section will also be appearing on the card. Both O'Connor and Schmidt are acgling' for return matches with the champion Lou Tfaess, aad'a or Semcfjonsd Tnds decisive win tonight would certainly certainly help their cause. Q'Coimor has gained quite a fol- iowiag of lass with his clean cut wclrk lai Hie" ring but don't forget for-lose nuaute that he can get rough if ais opponent wants that kind of a match. Hans Schmidt has gained quite a reputation as being a grappler who wiH stop at nothing to gain a victory. He knows the holds, the fine .points of the game and just about every trick in the trade. Fans can really look for match with fireworks from start to finish. Good Supporting Cards Supporting the moter Zacko has main go, -Pro- booked Roland Meeker with Farmer Mack, the latter is a newcomer to this city and in another one fall, one hour time limit* battle fans will see Chuck Morgan, a newcomer, meeting meeting Tony.Martinelli. Opening the show will be Abe Freeman against. Al Kashey in a one fall, 30 minutes time limit battle. This pair may steal the show. There are some reserved seats still remaining at the News Agency and the Plaza Kestaurant but indications indications are that it will-be a capacity capacity house on hand when the "first bout goes at 8:30 o'clock. The Hagerstown Beagle Club staged its first · Plan "B" sanctioned field trial of 1953 yesterday yesterday on the grounds of the Potomac Fish and Game Club 41 entries competing in the 13 class and 22 entries in the 15 class. Judges for the 13 inch class Paul Kelly and Stanley Hager. Judges for the 15 inch class Ralph Null and Bruce Peffer. Winners ia the 13 inch class were: Cap Maid Margo, owned C. Sharpe Karper.of Hagerstown:Tootsie, Hagerstown:Tootsie, owned by Walter Scott G r e e n c a s t l e ; Small's Winnie, owned by Charles Small, of Martinsburg; Reserve, Rhodes liittle Goldie, owned by Robert Rhodes of Greencastle. Winners in the 15 inch class were: Linganore Dicky owned W. L. Zimmerman of Frederick; Princess Cinderella owned by Richard Pryor of Highfield; Captain Captain Smokey owned by Calvin Pryor of Cascade; Sabulasdale Happy owned by David Ullrich of Roadside, Roadside, Pa.; Reserve, Jack's Request owned by W. C. Hahn of Waynesboro. The second series of the 15 Winners Stake was also held Sunday Sunday morning and the winners of this trial were: Sabillasdale owned by Charles Conrad of Sabillasville;

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 26 Jan 1953, Mon,
  3. Page 10

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