Sport: Merger on O'Mahoney

In the long and far from simple annals of wrestling, few careers are more remarkable than that of a 224-lb. oddity from Ballydehob, County Cork, named Danno O'Mahoney. A wrestling scout in Dublin on other business last autumn discovered O'Mahoney serving as a soldier in the Free State Army, brought him to the U. S., enlisted him as a member of the famed troupe of professional wrestlers run by

Promoter Jack Curley. Aided by two enormous paws, a neck thicker than his head and a strange grip which he called the "Irish whip."...

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