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MAMOS AND ROBIN DRAW

(By Telegraph.—Press Association.)

HASTINGS, July 28. In the first professional wrestling bout held in Napier tor many years, Ike Robin, a local- Maori wrestler, 18.1, drew with Harry Mamos, 14.5, before a big house this evening. The American secured a

fall in the'fifth-round with a figure-four head scissors and armbar. Robin equalised in the seventh round with a headloek ,alid body-press. *

The bout was strenuous but unexciting, Robin giving a slow-motion display. He relied oil headloeks and weight and brute strength. Mamos gave a pleasing display, but was greatly handicapped by the weight and size of the Maori. . :

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MAMOS AND ROBIN DRAW, Evening Post, Volume CXVI, Issue 25, 29 July 1933

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MAMOS AND ROBIN DRAW Evening Post, Volume CXVI, Issue 25, 29 July 1933

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