The Oregonian – January 23, 1951
Jack Kiser, with some spontaneous assistance from his younger brother, Dale, defeated a very angry Soldat Gorky in the feature tangle of promoter Don Owen’s Labor Temple wrestling card Monday night.
After each of the mat foes had won a fall to square the match, bearded Soldat employed a hammerlock in an all-out effort to win the third and decisive nod from Jack. Then youthful Dale, in a moment of excitement, reached across the ropes and belted the Siberian wolfhunter on the nose. Gorky, enraged by his interference, leaped across the ropes and cornered Dale in a cubbyhole-like store room off the side of the arena.
After a minute of furious fighting the pair was separated but in the meantime the referee had counted out Soldat because of his sudden and prolonged absence from the ring.
In a rough-and-tumble semi-windup, Frank Stojack and Herb Parks battled to a 30-minute no-fall draw.
Cowboy Carlson retained his unblemished record by pinning Leo Jensen in the special, and Lou Macera grappled to a no-fall draw with Sugi Hayamaka in the opener.