What is described as,possibly being the biggest wrestling match of the 1933 season is billed as the Walker-Mamos contest to take, place at the Town Hall next Monday. Alamo's has not been beaten this year, and at the only other time when these two met the match went the full distance to a draw. Apart from Ike Robin, the 1933 championship is closed in to one of three—Walker, Mamos, and Riimberg. Next Monday's match will probably eliminate one of them. Walker with his reputation and Mamos ■with his record—all •will be tested on Monday. Jack Clark has been specially engaged by Mamos for gymnasium work. It will be- the first match tais season not beins: put over the air.
Mr. O. T. Evans,1 who 'is leaving on a business trip to England and the Continent, will sail by the Eangitata from Auckland on September 2EK At 12.51 p.m. today the Fire Brigade received a call to the premises of J. E. McKenzie, Ltd., at 224 Willis Street, ■where, a minor outbreak was quickly suppressed, ! .: • -, '■ _
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MONDAY'S WRESTLING, Evening Post, Volume CXVI, Issue 71, 21 September 1933
MONDAY'S WRESTLING Evening Post, Volume CXVI, Issue 71, 21 September 1933
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