The Miami News – December 22, 1951
An Australian tag match will be one of the features on next Friday night’s wrestling show at Miami Beach Auditorium on which Don Eagle, the sensational Indian grappler from Quebec, meets Fred Von Schacht of Milwaukee and Buddy Rogers (Nature Boy) of Camden, N. J., locks horns with Nick Roberts of Athens, Ga. In a double windup, each match to a positive finish. Continue reading
San Francisco Chronicle – May 20, 1957
Lou Thesz arrives here today for his match with Leo Nomellini tomorrow night at Winterland. Continue reading
San Francisco Chronicle – May 22, 1957
By Art Rosenbaum
Leo Nomellini was “saved” for the 49ers against last night at Winterland by failing to win the wrestling championship from Lou Thesz.
Thesz won the first fall and Nomellini won the second and just about then the timekeeper realized that the limit had been reached, and the match was called a draw. Continue reading
The Miami News – December 23, 1951
Taught Wrestling By Dad; Meets Von Schacht At Beach
Don Eagle, who meets Fred Von Schacht, 235 pound Milwaukean, in one of the two finish wrestling matches on the same program on which Buddy Rogers tangles with Nick Roberts at Miami Beach Auditorium Friday night, was born 25 years ago on the Caughawaga Indian reservation in Canada.