Washington D.C.:  Monday, January 5, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Four-Woman Battle Royal ended when Frances Corrigan pinned
Grace Costello (participants:  Hanka Kavetzka, Chiquita Ramos) … Mustapha Hamid
(Handlebar Hank) b. King Kong Marshall .. Dan Blackman (Dark Angel) b. Bamba Tabu
(17:00) … Martin “Blimp” Levy b. Pierre DeGlane .. George Becker and Ivan Komaroff
drew … Jack Kelly and Bamba Tabu drew … (promoter:  Goldie Ahearn) … (referee:  
Nickie Fierro) … (booking agency:  Jack Pfefer) … (3,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, January 8, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ed “Strangler” Lewis b. Stanley Pinto (11:00) … Ray Steele b. Pat
Fraley (46:00) … Fred Grobmier b. Fred Carone (18:00) (figure-four leglock) … Maurice
LaChappelle b. John Vansky (22:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey
Berger) … (1,300 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, January 15, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ray Steele b. Ed “Strangler” Lewis (23:00) … Women’s World
Champion Mildred Burke b. Gladys Gillem (13:00) … Emil Dusek and Fred Grobmier
drew (30:00) … Cowboy Luttrall b. Frank Judson (22:00) … Milo Steinborn b. Roy
Reynolds (submission with a bear hug) (9:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referees:  
Casey Berger, Benny Bortnick) … (2,000 fans in attendance)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, January 22, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Pat Fraley b. Ray Steele (23:00) … Rudy Dusek b. Abie Coleman
(21:00) … Cowboy Luttrall b. Fred Grobmier … Hans Kampfer and Stanley Pinto drew …
George Bruckman b. Roy Reynolds (17:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (1,500 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Monday, January 26, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Frances Corrigan b. Olga Baranoff (7:00) (Corrigan and Baranoff
initially boxed, then turned to wrestling) … Six-Man Battle Royal – Won by Swedish Angel
(participants:  Barney Rosenberg, Mustafa Hamid, Carlos Firpo, Bamba Tabu, Ivan
Komaroff, The Swedish Angel) (special referee:  Jack Dempsey) … World Junior
Heavyweight Champion Karol Krauser b. George Becker (34:00) … Dan Blackman and
Bamba Tabu drew (30:00) … Mustafa Hamid and Jack Kelly drew … (promoter:  Goldie
Ahearn) … (referee:  Jack Dempsey) … (booking agency:  Jack Pfefer) … (5,000 fans)

*The District Boxing Commission called promoter Goldie Ahearn to appear to find out why
he staged a boxing bout between Frances Corrigan and Olga Barnaoff.  Ahearn, who
would blame the promotional decision on his co-promoter, Pfefer, was not allowed to
promote the “unprogrammed women’s boxing match” without consent from the
commission.

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, January 29, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Maurice Tillet b. Ernie Dusek (34:00) … Emil Dusek b. Pat Fraley (26:
00) (Fraley reported suffered a dislocated finger) … Gino Garibaldi b. Cowboy Luttral
(DQ) (21:00) … Ace Freeman and Maurice LaChappelle b. Herb Freeman and Stanley
Pinto (2-0) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) … (2,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Monday, February 2, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Olga Baranoff b. Betty LaBushey (DQ) (LaBushey was billed as the
Women’s Champion) … Bobby Bruns b. Karol Krauser (35:00) … Mustafa Hamid won a
six-man battle royal (participants:  Dan Blackman, George Becker, Bamba Tabu, Ivan
Komaroff and Jack Kelly) … George Becker b. Dan Blackman (14:00) … The Golden
Shadow b. Bamba Tabu (10:00) … Mustafa Hamid and Ivan Komaroff drew (20:00) …
Carlos Firpo and Jack Kelly drew … (promoter:  Goldie Ahearn) … (referees:  Jim
Braddock, Nick Fierro) … (booking agency:  Jack Pfefer) … (2,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, February 5, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Gino Garibaldi b. Cowboy Luttrall (16:00) … Emil Dusek and Leo
Numa drew … Ace Freeman and Maurice LaChappelle b. Jim Austeri and Herb Freeman
(2-0) (-Freeman and LaChappelle were billed as the “two-man wrestling team
champions”) … Fred Grobmier b. Babe Caddock (17:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,500 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, February 12, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Gino Garibaldi b. Emil Dusek (32:00) … Mae Young b. Cecelia
Blevins (16:00) … Herb Freeman b. Cowboy Luttrall (DQ) (14:00) … (promoter:  Joe
Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,000 fan)

*On Friday, February 13, 1942, Goldie Ahearn was robbed of 500 tickets for his wrestling
show on Monday at the Uline’s Arena.

Washington D.C.:  Monday, February 16, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Bobby Bruns vs. The Swedish Angel (Bruns was billed as the
“Midwestern claimant of the world’s heavyweight championship.”) … Carlos Firpo vs. The
Octopus … Prince Emir Jo Jo vs. Ivan Komaroff … Hanka Kavetzka vs. Betty LaBushey …
George Becker vs. Jack Kelly … (promoter:  Goldie Ahearn) … (referee:  Nick Fierro) …
(booking agency:  Jack Pfefer)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, February 19, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ace Freeman and Maurice LaChappelle vs. The Dusek Brothers
(Emil and Rudy Dusek) … Gino Garibaldi vs. Yvon Robert … Cowboy Luttrall vs. Milo
Steinborn … Frank Judson vs. Art LaGrand … (promoter:  Joe Turner)

Washington D.C.:  Monday, February 23, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Karol Krauser b. Mustafa Hamid (2/3) (-Krauser won by first fall by
disqualification) (referee:  Jack Sharkey) … Olga Baranoff b. Hanka Kavetzka (12:00)
(referee:  Jack Sharkey) … Jack Kelly b. The Octopus (7:00) (referee:  Jack Sharkey)
(Sharkey punched the masked Octopus) … Carlos Firpo and Ivan Komaroff drew …
George Becker and Prince Emir Jo Jo drew … Jack Kelly b. Bamba Tabu by
disqualification (DQ) (22:00) … (promoter:  Goldie Ahearn) … (referee:  Jack Sharkey) …
(1,500 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, February 26, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek b. Gino Garibaldi (22:00) … Mae Young b. Carole Starr
(18:00) (Young weighed 170 pounds) … Milo Steinborn b. Cowboy Luttrall (DQ) (17:00)
… Gus Sonnenberg b. Fred Grobmier (6:00) … Fred Carone b. George Bruckman (16:
30) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, March 5, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek vs. Gino Garibaldi … Pat Fraley vs. Max Krauser … Art
DeGland vs. Gus Sonnenberg … Cowboy Luttrall vs. George Povich … Babe Caddock
vs. Al Norcus … (promoter:  Joe Turner)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, March 12, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek b. Cowboy Luttrall (24:00) … Women’s World Champion
Mildred Burke b. Mae Young 22:00) … Joe Cox b. Henry Piers (27:00) … Gus
Sonnenberg b. Stanley Pinto (16:00) … Pat Fraley and Tom Hanley drew … (promoter:  
Joe Turner)

*On March 16, 1942, Goldie Ahearn replaced Johnny Attell as the boxing matchmaker for
the Uline Arena in Washington D.C.  Ahearn was a A.E.F. boxer during World War I and
claimed to have the distinction of promoting the District’s first ever boxing program.

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, March 19, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek b. Gus Sonnenberg (29:00) … Joe Cox b. Milo
Steinborn (15:30) … Tom Hanley b. Cowboy Luttrall (DQ) (17:00) … Leo Numa and
Marvin Westenberg drew (Numa was billed as being “Axel Anderson, a fugitive from the
1929 Rose Bowl football classic.”) … Maurice LaChappelle b. Al Norcus (17:00) …
(promoter:  Joe Turner) … (1,800 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, March 26, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Sandor Szabo and Ernie Dusek
drew (60:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,500 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Monday, March 30, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Ivan Komaroff b. Karol Krauser to capture the World Junior
Heavyweight Title (28:00) … The Swedish Angel b. The Octopus (DQ) (19:00) … The
Octopus b. George Becker in the finals of a rassle royal (participants: Chief Bamba Tabu,
King Kong Marshall, Zimba Parker) … Emir Jo Jo b. George Becker (13:00) … Jack Kelly
b. Chief Tabu (18:00) … King Kong Marshall and Zimba Parker were both disqualified …
(promoter:  Goldie Ahearn) … (referee:  Barney Rosenberg) … (booking agency:  Jack
Pfefer) … (1,200 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, April 2, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Sandor Szabo b. Pat Fraley (26:
00) … Joe Cox b. Gus Sonnenberg (15:00) … Tommy O’Toole b. George Pavich (15:00)
… Cowboy Luttrall b. Art LeGrand (3:00) … Milo Steinborn b. “Sheriff” Tom Hanley (18:
00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,200 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Monday, April 6, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Bobby Bruns b. Ivan Komaroff to capture the World Junior Heavyweight
Title (28:00) … The Octopus b. Prince Emir Jo Jo (20:00) … George Becker and Jack
Kelly drew … Pierre DeGlane b. Chief Bamba Tabu (16:00) … Michele Leone and Zimba
Parker drew (30:00) … (promoter:  Goldie Ahearn) … (referee:  Tom Gilhausen) …
(booking agency:  Jack Pfefer) … (1,000 fans)

Note:  The Washington Post stated that “This match presented a big of a mystery for
Leone bore a most remarkable resemblance to a fellow called Carlos Firpo, of South
America.  Firpo has appeared on every extravaganza since Goldie Ahearne (sic) went in
the wrestling business some five months ago.  Last night was the first time that he hasn’t
been on the card, but this stranger, Michele Leone looked and talked exactly like the
South American.  Questioned about this phenomenon, Promoter Ahearne blandly
suggested that maybe the two were brothers, or something.”

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, April 16, 1942
(Riverside Stadium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Sandor Szabo vs. Cowboy
Luttrall ... “Local champions” Ace Freem an and Maurice LaChappelle vs. Jim Austeri and
Henry Kulkovich … Joe Cox vs. Pat Fraley … Rudy Dusek vs. Tommy O’Toole … Emil
Dusek vs. Milo Steinborn … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Jack Dempsey)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, May 7, 1942
(Riverside Stadium) … Tommy O’Toole b. Joe Cox (DQ) (24:00) … Ace Freeman and
Maurice LaChappelle b. Hank Kulkovich and Dick Lever (2/3) … Lee Henning and Max
Krauser drew … Rudy LaDitzi b. Milo Steinborn (24:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referee:  Wally Karbo) … (500 fans)
Note:  The Washington Post reported on the LaDitzi-Steinborn affair:  “Perhaps it was the
ennervating influence of spring, or maybe the boys were just plain depressed by the poor
gate, but this match was a lackadaisical affair all the way.”

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, May 14, 1942
(Riverside Stadium) … Lou Plummer b. Ed “Strangler” Lewis (11:00) (Lewis weighed 285
pounds) … Local tag team champions Ace Freeman and Maurice LaChappelle b. Rudy
LaDitzi and Dick Lever (2/3) … Tommy O’Toole b. Lee Henning (26:30) … Max Krauser
b. Jim Austeri (17:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Curley Brown)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, May 20, 1942
(Riverside Stadium) … Tommy O’Toole b. Lou Plummer (10:00) … Max Krauser b. Milo
Steinborn (19:00) … Jim Austeri b. George Bruckman (16:00) … Hans Kampfer b. Rudy
LaDitzi (DQ) (10:00) (LaDitzi hit Karbo) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Wally
Karbo) … (350 fans)

*After several poor houses, Joe Turner closed down his wrestling operations for four
weeks.

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, June 25, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Jim Londos b. Tommy O’Toole (33:00) … Maurice LaChappelle and
John Mulan b. Jim Austeri and Hank Kulkovich (2/3) … Michele Leone b. Milo Steinborn
(18:00) … Hans Kampfer and Abe Yourist drew … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  
Casey Berger) … (1,500 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, July 1, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Michele Leone b. Lou Plummer (16:00) … Fred Grobmier b. Jim
Austeri (15:00) … Tommy O’Toole b. Milo Steinborn (4:00) … Henry Kulkovich and
Maurice LaChappelle drew … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) …
(1,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, July 8, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Michele Leone and Tommy O’Toole drew (60:00) … Maurice
LaChappelle and John Melas b. Al Norcus and Angelo Savoldi (2-0) … Fred Grobmier
and Hans Kampfer drew … Johnny Long b. Joe Vansky (19:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, July 15, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Michele Leone b. Hans Kampfer (19:00) … Bibber McCoy b. Abe
Yourist (24:30) … Maurice LaChappelle and Johnny Melas b. Al Norcus and Angelo
Savoldi (2/3) … Johnny Long b. Jim Austeri (24:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,100 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, July 22, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Tommy O’Toole b. Bibber McCoy (DQ) (19:00) … Michele Leone and
Al Norcus b. Maurice LaChappelle and Johnny Melas in two-of-three-falls (the
Washington Post reported that LaChappelle and Melas lost “the championship of the
Fourteenth and W Street area.”) … Dick Lever b. Milo Steinborn (19:00) … Johnny Long
b. Al Norcus (22:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, July 29, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Bibber McCoy b. Michele Leone (18:00) … Rudy Dusek b. Hans
Kampfer (15:00) … Maurice LaChappelle and Dick Lever drew (30:00) … Ace Freeman
b. Al Norcus (13:00) … John Melas b. Jim Austeri (16:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,200 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, August 5, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Bibber McCoy b. Rudy Dusek (23:00) … Jim Austeri and Michele
Leone b. Ace Freeman and Johnny Melas (2-0) … Dick Lever b. Maurice LaChappelle
(24:00) … Hans Kampfer and Tommy O’Toole drew … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, August 12, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek b. Bibber McCoy (37:00) … Jim Austeri and Michele
Leone b. Ace Freeman and Maurice LaChappelle (2/3) (the Washington Post stated that
Austeri and Leone “teamed to take the Potomac River Area two-man title.”) … Herman
Rohde b. John Vansky in 8-minutes with a “series of slams and a crab hold” (billed as
“Herman Rhodes, a handsome newcomer” by the Washington Post) … Dick Lever and
Abe Yourist drew … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,200 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, August 19, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … The Dusek Brothers (Ernie and Rudy Dusek) b. Jim Austeri and
Michele Leone to capture the local team championship (2/3) … Joe Millich and Tommy O’
Toole drew … Johnny Long b. Eddie King (15:00) … Maurice LaChappelle b. John
Vanski (21:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (1,500 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, August 26, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek b. Michele Leone … Abe Yourist b. John Vanski (19:00)
… Joe Millich b. Rudy Dusek (17:00) … Maurice LaChappelle b. Jim Austeri (21:00) …
Johnny Long b. Ace Freeman (21:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey
Berger) … (1,800 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, September 2, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek and Joe Millich drew (60:00) … Ace Freeman and
Maurice LaChappelle b. Jim Austeri and Eddie King (2/3) … Michele Leone and Johnny
Long drew (30:00) … Jack Kelly b. John Vanski (15:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referees:  Casey Berger, Hank Vogt) … (2,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, September 9, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Joe Millich b. Michele Leone (25:00) … Ace Freeman and Maurice
LaChappelle b. Jim Austeri and Mike Heller (2/3) … Johnny Long b. John Vanski (18:00)
… Ronnie Etchison and Hans Kampfer drew (30:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,200 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, September 16, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Joe Millich b. Johnny Long (23:00) … Jack LaRue (Mike Heller) b.
Eddie King (16:30) … Maurice LaChappelle and Michele Leone drew … Jim Austeri and
Ace Freeman drew (30:00) … Benny Shapiro b. John Vanski (8:00) … (promoter:  Joe
Turner) … (referee:  Hank Vogt) … (900 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, September 23, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Maurice LaChappelle vs. Michele Leone … Johnny Long vs. Joe
Millich … Paul Boesch vs. Eddie King … Jim Austeri vs. Benny Shapiro … Ace Freeman
vs. Joe Vanski … (promoter:  Joe Turner)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, September 30, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek b. Paul Boesch (37:00) … Angelo Savoldi b. Johnny
Long (DQ) (10:00) … Ronnie Etchison and Joe Millich drew … Benny Shapiro b. Bob
Keas (11:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referees:  Benny Bortnick, Buddy Litchfield)
… (1,400 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, October 7, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Johnny Long b. Angelo Savoldi (2-0) … Paul Boesch and Michele
Leone drew … Benny Shapiro b. Ace Freeman (22:00) … Maurice LaChappelle b. Eddie
King (19:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) … (800 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, October 14, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Jim Londos b. Gino Garibaldi (33:00) … Ronnie Etchison b. Michele
Leone (DQ) (13:30) … Benny Shapiro b. John Vanski (14:00) … Fred Grobmier and Joe
Millich drew (15:00) … Joe Millich b. Jack LaRue (19:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(2,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, October 21, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Women’s World Champion Mildred Burke b. Mae Young (10:00)
(cradle hold) … Johnny Long b. Rudy Dusek (DQ) (25:00) … Benny Shapiro b. Michele
Leone (DQ) (2:00) … Dick Craddock b. John Vanski (11:00) … Ronnie Etchison b. Jack
LaRue (17:00) (Etchison was labeled “porky” by the Washington Post) … (promoter:  Joe
Turner) … (referee:  Benny Bortnick) … (2,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, October 28, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Jim Londos b. Morris Shapiro (43:00) … Johnny Long b. John Melas
(26:30) … Gino Garibaldi b. Fred Grobmier (10:00) … Max Krauser b. Ronnie Etchison
(18:30) … Abie Coleman b. Jim Austeri (26:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  
Casey Berger) … (1,800 fans)

*In late October 1942, Washington D.C. promoter Goldie Ahearn was planning a wrestling
show at the Uline Arena for November 2, 1942 under the auspices of the Liberty Athletic
Club.  Ahearn was representing a group sponsored by Jack Pfefer, Paul Bowser and Joe
“Toots” Mondt.  He would run in opposition to Joe Turner, who was receiving talent from
the Rudy Dusek booking office.  The Pfefer-Bowser-Mondt group was billed as a “new
partnership.”

Washington D.C.:  Monday, November 2, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Rube Wright and The Swedish Angel drew (1-1) (Wright was reportedly
recognized in California as the World Champion) … Toto the Ape Man b. Karol Krauser
(9:00) … Stewart Smith b. Franz Schuman (DQ) … Franz Schuman and Ivan Vakturoff
drew … Hercules Tragas and Zimba Parker drew … (promoter:  Goldie Ahearn) …
(referee:  Tom Geldhauser) … (booking agency:  Jack Pfefer) … (1,600 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, November 4, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Johnny Long and Morris Shapiro drew (60:00) … Ace Freeman and
Maurice LaChappelle b. Jim Austeri and John Vanski (2/3) … Max Krauser b. Eddie King
(17:00) … Abe Coleman and Michele Leone drew … (promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  
Casey Berger) … (700 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Monday, November 9, 1942
(Uline’s Arena) … Rube Wright b. Hercules Tragas (countout) (11:28) … Toto the Ape
Man b. Stewart Smith (9:40) … Herman Levine b. The Purple Secret (Stewart Smith) (DQ)
(15:22) … Franz Schuman b. Buddy Kilpatrick (18:30) … Zimba Parker and Ivan
Vakturoff drew (30:00) … (promoter:  Goldie Ahearn) … (referee:  Tom Geldhauser) …
(booking agency:  Jack Pfefer)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, November 11, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Gino Garibaldi b. Michele Leone (25:00) … Abie Coleman and Morris
Shapiro drew (30:00) … Johnny Long b. Johnny Melas (19:00) … Milo Steinborn b. Jim
Austeri (14:00) … Buddy Pappas b. John Vanski (13:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referee:  Casey Berger) … (700 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, November 18, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek b. Johnny Long (countout) (28:00) … Morris Shapiro b.
Joe DeValto (17:00) … Gino Garibaldi and Max Krauser drew … The Yellow Mask b.
Chief Bamba Tabu (15:00) … Abie Coleman and Henry Piers drew … (promoter:  Joe
Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, November 25, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Ernie Dusek b. Morris Shapiro (29:00) … George Becker and Johnny
Long drew … The Yellow Mask b. Joe DeValto (14:30) … Michele Leone and Milo
Steinborn drew (30:00) … Henry Piers b. Johnny Melas (27:00) … (promoter:  Joe
Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger, Tiny Bouque) … (900 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, December 2, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Maurice Tillet b. Rudy Dusek (16:00) … George Becker b. The
Yellow Mask (DQ) (16:00) … Gino Garibaldi and Leo Numa drew (30:00) … Johnny Long
b. Chief Bamba Tabu (Yaqui Joe) (25:00) … Jack Kelly b. Jim Austeri (23:00) …
(promoter:  Joe Turner) … (referee:  Casey Berger) … (2,000 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, December 9, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Max Krauser b. Gino Garibaldi (29:00) … Johnny Long and The
Yellow Mask drew … Ace Freeman and Jack Kelly b. Abie Coleman and Johnny Melas
(2/3) … Franz Schuman b. Dick Craddock (11:00) … (promoter:  Joe Turner) …
(referee:  Casey Berger) … (1,200 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Wednesday, December 16, 1942
(Turner’s Arena) … Johnny Long b. The Yellow Mask (DQ) (20:00) … Ace Freeman and
Maurice LaChappelle b. Chief Bamba Tabu and Michele Leone (2/3) … Gino Garibaldi
and Morris Shapiro drew … “Irish” Jack Kelly b. Johnny Melas … (promoter:  Joe Turner)
… (referee:  Casey Berger) ... (700 fans)

Oscar Elder was the Washington Post wrestling reporter.


Research by Tim Hornbaker
February 10, 2011
Washington, D.C. Wrestling Results - 1942