This was the late 30's and midget racing was at it's peak. Tracks were featuring midgets from coast to coast and the Mid-west was the hot bed of the sport. I started where most people started in those days, stooging for an established driver.
Post a Comment. While I sat there, a guy came along and started to talk to me. The guy looked interesting.
A related formerly practiced activity was dwarf-bowling, in which a person with dwarfism was placed on a skateboard and used as a bowling ball. Australia is commonly thought of as the place where dwarf-tossing originated. Laws may prohibit dwarf-tossing implicitly, but there are not explicit laws preventing a consenting dwarf from being 'tossed'.
Your shorter-than-average person can, if they really want to, find a home at Manila's Hobbit House. Where they cook the food, wait the tables, make the drinks, and put on variety shows, as the Philippine's sideshow-worthy Hobbit House is anything but an equal-opportunity employer. Here's the long and mainly short of it:. On the surface, the Hobbit House looks like any other self-respecting, kinda-grimy Manila bar
After seeing the story in my local newspaper Peoria Journal Star I had to find out more and the details. This is not a story that should only be shared in the heart of Illinois, but worldwide. Here are the details of what happened.
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Midget wrestling is professional wrestling involving dwarves or people of short stature. In the following couple of decades, more wrestlers became prominent in North America, including foreign wrestlers like Japan's Little Tokyo. The attraction was very popular in wrestling promotions from the s into the s.
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Updated: November 7, pm. I received a call from a kindly couple who are faithful Times readers and very eager about this weekend's 30th Anniversary Wizard of Oz Festival in Chesterton. Potempa, I noticed you mentioned the name Mary Ellen St.