Eugene Tremblay Lost

The Montreal Gazette – December 7, 1910

Defeated By Young Miller In Two Straight Falls.

St. Paul, Minn., December 6.–Young Miller, of St. Paul, retained the welter-weight wrestling championship by defeating Eugene Tremblay, of Montreal, in two straight falls.  Miller was the aggressor at all times.  He won the first fall with a half-nelson and a leg hold in 32 minutes and the second with a scissors and arm hold in 15 minutes.

Gus Schoenlein Won

Baltimore, Md., December 6.–Gus Schoenlein (Americus) tonight successfully defended his claim to the light heavyweight wrestling championship against Chas Olsen, of Indianapolis, whom he defeated in two straight falls, the first in 18 minutes 9 seconds, and the second in 33 minutes 33 seconds. They wrestled catch-as-catch-can.


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