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CARDS & RESULTS: 1930s
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References to the following individuals and organizations are made throughout this section: Ali Baba (01); Alice LaVine; Angelo Cistoldi;
Babe Zaharias; Bill Bartush; Bill Collins; Bill Jeffries; Bitsy Allen; Bobbie DeWitt; Buster Carter; Cyclone Copley; Dick Lever; Dolly Dalton;
Dorv Roche; Doug Wyckoff; Ed Don George; Ernie Arthur; Everett Gibbons; Everett Marshall; Frank Speer; George Ligosky; Harold Murphy;
Jack Gorman; Jack Ross; Jim Wright; Jimmy Logas; Jimmy Morris; Joan Rogers; Joe Ferona; John Felix; John Katan; Karl Davis; L.A.
Roche; Lon Chaney; Lou Thesz; Milo Steinborn; Najeeb Rabban; Paul Harper; Pete Peterson; Pete Schuh; Raoul Lopez; Ray Eckert; Red
Ryan; Sam Muchnick; Sammy Miller; Spike O'Brien; Steve Casey (01); Tarzan Jordan; Tex Riley; Tiny Ruff; Tom Mahoney; Tom Marvin;
Tony Marino (01); Walter Miller; Young Gotch; Young Londos.

January 1, 1938 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Jack Ross versus Raoul Lopez > Bill Jeffries
versus Tony Marino (01)

January 5, 1938 (Wednesday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Tarzan Jordan over Walter Miller two falls
to none > Sammy Miller over Young Gotch two falls to none / Notes: It was reported that these were mud-wrestling matches.

January 7, 1938 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ali Baba (01)
over Angelo Cistoldi by disqualification > Babe Zaharias over Tom Marvin > Milo Steinborn over Pete Schuh

January 12, 1938 (Wednesday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Cyclone Copley versus Tarzan Jordan >
Sammy Miller versus Walter Miller

January 21, 1938 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dorv Roche
over Karl Davis > Babe Zaharias over Paul Harper > Milo Steinborn over Everett Gibbons

January 21, 1938 (Friday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Jack Ross over Young Londos two falls to
none > Jimmy Logas over Raoul Lopez two falls to one

January 28, 1938 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Babe
Zaharias over Karl Davis > Doug Wyckoff and Bill Bartush went to a draw > Milo Steinborn over Pete Peterson

January 28, 1938 (Friday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Tex Riley versus Najeeb Rabban > Jack
Gorman versus Ernie Arthur

February 4, 1938 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Doug
Wyckoff over Bill Bartush > Red Ryan over Babe Zaharias by disqualification

February 4, 1938 (Friday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Tony Marino (01) over Ernie Arthur > Southern
Lightweight Title Match: Jack Ross over Raoul Lopez* to win the title / Notes: It is unclear as to how Lopez came to be recognized as
Southern Lightweight Champion. The last reference we have found shows Ross winning the title from Mike Nazarian on December 9,
1936.

February 11, 1938 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tiny Ruff
over Pete Peterson > Red Ryan and Bill Bartush went to a draw > Everett Marshall over Babe Zaharias by disqualification

February 11, 1938 (Friday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Jimmy Logas over Tony Marino (01) two falls
to none > John Felix over Raoul Lopez two falls to none

February 16, 1938 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Bartush over Babe Zaharias > Doug Wyckoff over Milo Steinborn > Red Ryan over Pete Schuh

February 18, 1938 (Friday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Jimmy Logas versus Lon Chaney

February 23, 1938 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Lou
Thesz over Bill Bartush by countout > Doug Wyckoff over Babe Zaharias > Red Ryan over Paul Harper

March 2, 1938 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Milo
Steinborn over Red Ryan at 11:00 > Doug Wyckoff over Harold Murphy at 36:00 two falls to none > Steve Casey (01) over Bill Bartush at 51:
00 two falls to none / Notes: Sam Muchnick was the special referee for the Casey-Bartush match.

March 11, 1938 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Milo
Steinborn versus Jimmy Morris > Bill Bartush over Buster Carter > Frank Speer over Doug Wyckoff by countout / Notes: Speer substituted
for Ed Don George in the match against Wyckoff. George was injured in an Evansville, IN, match on March 9, 1938.

March 13, 1938 (Sunday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) / Notes: Tom Mahoney and Dick Lever were both
advertised to be wrestling on a card, but no further information has been found.

March 16, 1938 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Frank
Speer over Doug Wyckoff > John Katan over Bill Bartush > Ray Eckert over Spike O'Brien

March 23, 1938 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Frank
Speer over John Katan > Bill Bartush and Milo Steinborn went to a draw > Ray Eckert over Paul Harper

March 30, 1938 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Warren Arena (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Frank
Speer over Doug Wyckoff by disqualification > John Katan and Ray Eckert went to a draw > George Ligosky over Jim Wright

March 30, 1938 (Wednesday) – Augusta, GA – New Coliseum (L.A. Roche – Promoter) > Women’s Battle Royal featuring Dolly
Dalton, Alice LaVine, Joan Rogers, Bitsy Allen, and Bobbie DeWitt > Bill Collins versus Joe Ferona / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason
for the battle royal.