Spokesman-Review – September 30, 1949
The Cardiff Giant and Jerry Meeker teamed up to teach Stu Hart and Juan Hernandez some of the finer points of rough, rugged wrestling in a team match which featured the opening of the Masonic Temple wrestling season.
The Giant and Meeker used body slams and finished their foes with body presses in the first and third falls. Hart and Hernandez grabbed the middle fall, however, with a flying cross hold after 15:43. Continue reading
Calgary Sun – June 1, 2001
By Rick Bell
They were all there, yesterday afternoon in Ottawa.
Judges and educators, captains of industry and top civil servants, entomologists and ornithologists, conservationists and playwrights, and the host of a Sunday-night sex show on TV. Continue reading
Posted in 2001
Tagged Stu Hart
The Calgary Herald – February 18, 1961
Gorgeous George may have been the most gorgeous guy on view during Pavilion wrestling shenanigans Friday night but he didn’t come out of the scrambling a winner.
Gentleman Ed Francis dumped the famed mat dandy in straight falls in about 25 minutes, the first on a disqualification and the second via the sleeper hold.
A near-capacity crowd watched Mighty Ursus and Dave Ruhl take a come-from-behind best-of-three fall victory over Alberto Torres and Johnny Walker in one of the two tag matches. The Brunetti brothers, Joe and Guy, also came from behind to defeat the fiendish duo of John Smith and The Mongol. The winning teams clash next week with the international tag crown at stake.
Eric The Red lost $50 in his forfeit challenge to pin Gino Marella within 10 minutes. His money boosts the pot to $150 and another grappler will go after that prize next week.
It’s also likely that promoter Stu Hart will give Smith another crack at Francis in what would be a main event battle.
Posted in 1961
Tagged Alberto Torres, Dave Ruhl, Ed Francis, Eric The Red, Gino Marella, Gorgeous George, Guy Brunetti, Joe Brunetti, John Smith, Johnny Walker, Mighty Ursus, Stu Hart, The Mongol
Spokane Daily Chronicle – February 18, 1948
Larry Tilman, signed by Promoter Hat Freeman today for the preliminary event next Monday night at the Temple arena, has yet to win a match. Continue reading
Spokane Daily Chronicle – May 5, 1950
Lord Albert Mills abandoned his rowdy ways last night – but as usual he came up the winner in the main event of promoter Hat Freeman’s wrestling card at the Temple arena. Continue reading
Spokane Daily Chronicle – February 17, 1950
An assist, Jerry Meeker to the Cardiff Giant, provided the pair with a victory in the tag team wrestling match at the Masonic temple last night.
Meeker slugged Stu Hart, then rolled him to the Giant, who pinned him for the last fall. Hart and Suni War Cloud had won one fall to be even with their opponents at the time.
Hart continued to battle both of his foes after the fall had been called, declaring it had been illegal.
Newcomer Bill Stack took the preliminary from Frank Hickey, two falls to one.