Clipped From The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune
Wrestling At * < L.S WflflffllpfOflSflfp The world tag team professional wrestling championship will be on the line when ring action returns to Chillicothe on Wednesday night, Oct. 3. A four-event, all- heavy-weight card is set at the Bishop Hogan gym. St. Columban's Church is sponsoring the matches, On hand to risk their tag crown will be the hard-hitting pair of Natureboy Kirby and Lord Alfred Hayes, two of the rowdiest heavyweights on the national mat scene, They'll meet a solid challenge from two other seasoned ring campaigners- giant Black Angus and Danny Little Bear. The latter is a stylish, 230-pound speedster from Oklahoma. Angus, at 285 pounds, is regarded as one of the most powerful wrestlers around, as well as among the craftiest, Hayes, a tough Englishman who leans to power measures, makes an able partner for the villainous Kirby, one of the most aggressive grapplers in the business. Tag team action also is set as the semifinal, with Bob Brown and Tokyo Joe pooling roughing talents to take on the youthful, but capable pair of Mike George, a St. Joseph product, and Jim Brunzell. Kirby will test the towering Angus in the special event, and Brunzell will go opposite the crafty Japanese wrestler in the 8 p.m. opener.