Title of Publication - The Referee and Redhead Boxing and Wrestling Magazine and Fight Program
Neat rarer vintage publication which also served as an unofficial (and sometimes official) fight program for some of the boxing and wrestling fight cards in various locations through California and The Pacific Northwest.
Date - November 14, 1936
Cover Subjects(s) - Baby Arizmendi
Back Cover Subject - King Levinsky
Interior boxers, wrestlers and other fight subjects pictured include - Joe Gavras, Johnny Risko, Babe Marino, Lew Savin, Jack Reynolds, Albin Britt, "Deacon" Hugh Adams, Dean Detton, Gino Garibaldi, Tommy Loughran, Mickey Walker vs. Maxie Rosenbloom, Geno Espinosa
Some of the notable fights and wrestling matches listed on the interior program pages include - Boxing Matches: San Jose - King Levinsky vs. Nash Garrison, Tony Souza vs. Henry Grigsby, John Sykes vs. Big Tiger Wade
Olympic Boxing - Frankie Wallace vs. Baby Arizmendi, Joe Mendiola vs. Chico Romo, George Turner vs. Jack Scott
Oakland - Jimmy Thomas vs. Perfecto Lopez, Frankie Hammer vs. Tuffy Dial, Tony Souza vs. Ray Campo
Stockton Boxing - Small Montana vs. Mauricio Seria, Bobby Reid vs. Jimmy McClusker, Billy Azevedo vs. George Ackes, Billy Bitnoff vs. Norman Sternes
Seattle Boxing - Allen Mathews vs. Tait Littman, Al Hostak vs. Jack Hibbard, Billy Buxton vs. Kenneth Strong
Hollywood Boxing - Leo Rodak vs. Frankie Covelli, Jimmy Fatinie vs. Hoyt Jones, Lew Carranza vs. Abie Wolff, Ray A'Costa vs. Angelo Puglise, Ray Watson vs. Joe Ortega
Wrestling Matches: Oakland - Lou Thesz vs. Bill Boeing, Bill Longson vs. Casey Kazanjian, Joe Marsh vs. Jack McArthur, Al Perry vs. Herb Freeman, Ted Cox vs. Bill Hanson
Size - About 9" x 12" inches. 16 pages including covers.
Condition - About FR/GD condition with general handling wear. Big tear at top right corner of front cover as shown. Rest of program is pretty clean. Please enlarge scans or photos to see better detail.
A great lot for the vintage Boxing Publication and Memorabilia collector.
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