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Smith To Referee Waterloo Match

Dubuque Telegraph-Herald – June 7, 1917

Managers Of Earl Caddock And Joe Rogers Both Favor Him.

Wrestlers Are In The Pink

Rogers Has $2,500 To Wager That Caddock Cannot Throw Him In An Hour. 246 more words

Joe Rogers

A Hard Battle

The Oswego Daily Palladium – January 8, 1914

Rogers and Lundin Will Come Together on the Mat Monday Night.

“Yankee” Rogers fully realize that he has his work cut out for him at the Armory Monday night, when he goes up against Hjalmar Lundin, the champion wrestler of Sweden, and the Swedes turn out some good men on the mat.  150 more words

Joe Rogers


The Washington Herald – February 4, 1909

Martin Julian, who, with Ernest Roeber, is interested in the welfare of Siegfried, says the “Oak” will make a match with Joe Rogers, Graeco-Roman style, just as soon as Tom O’Rourke, the latter’s manager, is ready to sign articles.  38 more words

Joe Rogers

That Gotch-Rogers Match

The Salt Lake Herald – March 15, 1908

Frank Gotch is coming in for considerable criticism over his recent match with Joe Rogers, in which he failed to throw Rogers five times in an hour, as he agreed to do.  94 more words

Frank Gotch


The Clinton Advertiser – February 15, 1908

George Hackenschmidt and Frank Gotch are to wrestle in America for the world’s catch-as-catch-can championship.

“Joe” Rogers, American, was defeated by George Hackenschmidt, Russian, in England for the wrestling championship.

Frank Gotch

Zbyszko Wins on Mat

The New York Times – April 12, 1911

Polish Mat Expert Throws Joe Rogers in Two Straight Falls

Zbyszko, the Polish wrestler, succeeded in throwing Joe Rogers last night in a catch-as-catch-can match at the St. 267 more words

Stanislaus Zbyszko

Zbyszko and Rogers

Oswego Daily Times – April 11, 1911

New York, April 11 – A wrestling match that is attracting much interest will be held here tonight when Stanislaus Zbyszko meets Joe Rogers, the giant New Yorker.

Stanislaus Zbyszko