INDIAN EXPERT.EASILY BEATEN.
(BT TELEGRAPH PRESS ASSOCIATION.) ■ ■ NAPIER, 4th May. A wrestling match for £150 a-side catch-as-catch-can style, between the and Ike Robin, of Hawko s Bay, for the anT to'!1 * , dlan;P ionsl»P °* New Zealand took place here last night in the Municipal Theatre. The' resu », proved an easy victory for Robin, who secured two falls within fifteen minutes. A difference of over six stone between the contestants (Robin being the heavier tipping the beam at 19 £ t) proved altogether too strong for the Indian, who had no chance to show his science.
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WRESTLING, Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 105, 5 May 1924
WRESTLING Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 105, 5 May 1924
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