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January 05, 2005


I had a great uncle who was a pro wrestler in the late '20s and '30s. It was fake back then, too.


We would love to read about your great uncle if you could share any stories with us.


Wahoo's dad used to have a welding and oil field shop out on the Garden City Highway. The sign was there for decades.

I would like a copy of he Wahoo Mcdaniel article - how can I get it?




The article you probably want is the eulogy written by Ed Todd and found in the April 20, 2002, Midland Reporter-Telegram. You might try calling that newspaper to see if they sell reprints of articles. But, if that doesn't work, the old papers are on microfilm at the Midland Public Library, and they have a machine there that will make copies.

Hope this helps.


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