Sunday, April 27, 2008
Bubble Jim by Sabina Singh
Team Strikedown by Pepper Moto
Deluxe Edition by Harrison Lee
Spicy BBQ Chicken Pizza, Milk, Fresh Fruit, and ďFunĒ Chips
Seniors! If you didnít pick up your cap & gown, Jostens will be here at lunch Thursday in Colt Court.
Unity Fair meeting tomorrow in Room 305 at 3:40 . All clubs interested must attend.
Are car sound systems your thing? Then sign up for ROPís summer school class here at Logan called Mobile Electronics. Registration forms are in the Career Center. Medical and CAD classes also available.
Frank Alvin Gotch (April 27, 1878 - December 17, 1917) was an American professional wrestler credited for popularizing professional wrestling in the United States. He competed back when the contests were largely legitimate (see catch wrestling), and his reign as World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion (from 1908 to 1915) is the second longest in the history of wrestling. He became one of the most popular athletes in America from the 1900s to the 1910s.
He was the first inductee to both the Professional Wrestling Writers Hall of Fame in Latham, New York and the Lou Thesz/George Tragos Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in Newton, Iowa; his professional wrestling record is 154 wins and 6 losses.
Learn more about Frank Gotch at www.frankgotch.com.