The Southeast Missourian – February 14, 1930
Kansas City, Feb. 14. – (AP) – Three of the field of 30 heavyweight wrestlers entered in a series of matches planned by the Kansas City American Legion to pick a logical contender for the world title claimed by Gus Sonnenberg were eliminated today as a result of the first card last night. Continue reading
International News Service – February 11, 1931
NEW YORK — The so-called “rasslin'” outlaws come to town tonight bent on proving that New York will support two wrestling combines. The new Armory Athletic Club will stage its first show this evening, with Joe Stecher meeting Marin Plestina in the main event.
Pat McGill, the Irish champion, and Al Baffert, the youngster who has made a name for himself in California, will appear in the semifinal.
Arizona Republic – March 3, 1931
Seems like I can’t get Pete Sauer out of my mind and with the mail carrying reams of copy about the great wrestlers of the day, I have the impression that Pete is being the run-around by most of the front-rank matmen. Continue reading
Posted in 1931
Tagged Dan Koloff, Dick Shikat, Ed "Strangler" Lewis, Everett Marshall, Frank Judson, George McLeod, George Zarynoff, Gus Sonnenberg, Hans Steinke, Jim Londos, Jim McMillen, Joe Malcewicz, Joe Stecher, John Spellman, Lee Wykoff, Marin Plestina, Otto Huhtanen, Pat McGill, Ray Steele, Stanley Stasiak, William Demetral
Telegraph Herald – January 3, 1926
Chicago, Jan. 2. – (INS) – Wayne Munn, world’s heavyweight wrestling title aspirant, defeated Pat McGill in straight falls with his famous crotch and half Nelson hold, last night. Munn tricked McGill into lowering his guard for the first fall after thirty minutes of grappling, by slapping McGill’s face. The same trick resulted in the second fall four minutes later.