CARDS AND RESULTS
October 1913 – Strangler Lewis appeared at the Georgia State Fair in Macon, GA, taking on all comers.

September 28, 1916 (Thursday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over Tom Draak at 47:30 two falls to none / Notes:
Bauman’s brother, Billy Sandow (01), managed Lewis, and together they traveled presenting wrestling events.

October 9, 1916 (Monday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over Hjalmar Lundin at 49:30 two falls to none / Notes: Billy
Sandow (01) managed Lewis.

October 20, 1916 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over Billy Peters > Strangler Lewis and B.F. Roller went to a
draw / Notes: Billy Sandow (01) managed Lewis. Roller was claiming to be a World champion, saying he had gone over Charley Cutler, who had previously gone over
Henry Ordemann in 1914. However, at the time of this card, Joe Stecher was more widely recognized as the champion, himself having over Cutler in Omaha, NE, on July
4, 1915.

November 5, 1917 (Monday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis and Constant LeMarin went to a draw at 80:00 / Notes: Billy
Sandow (01) managed Lewis. Lewis injured his shoulder in the match and the referee refused to render a decision. The headlock was barred for the match.

November 15, 1917 (Thursday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Constant LeMarin over Hassen the Turk at 87:00 two falls to one / Notes:
Billy Sandow (01) was the special referee for the LeMarin-Turk match.

November 23, 1917 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Constant LeMarin over Hassen the Turk at 73:00 two falls to one / Notes: Billy
Sandow (01) was the special referee for the LeMarin-Turk match.

December 3, 1917 (Monday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over Constant LeMarin at 108:55 two falls to one / Notes:
Billy Sandow (01) managed Lewis.

December 14, 1917 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Constant LeMarin over Santello at 64:30 two falls to none

December 25, 1917 (Tuesday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over Constant LeMarin at 85:30 two falls to none / Notes:
Billy Sandow (01) managed Lewis.

January 4, 1918 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis and Wladek Zbyszko went to a draw at 75:00 / Notes: Billy
Sandow (01) managed Lewis. Zbyszko had vowed he would defeat Lewis in straight falls, and since he did not, the Savannah Morning News considered this a defeat for
him. There must have been some outcry against Greco-Roman rules, as Bauman said he would never use them again, and would only use catch-as-catch-can rules.
Lewis was mentioned as the World champion in the newspaper advertisement, but it was likely a misprint as Earl Caddock was the champion at that time, having been
awarded the title when Joe Stecher forfeited a second fall to him in Omaha, NE, on April 9, 1917. It was reported that Lewis broke a rib during the match.

January 16, 1918 (Wednesday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Ivan Linow over Constant LeMarin at 99:33 two falls to one

January 24, 1918 (Thursday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over Ivan Linow at 37:00 > Strangler Lewis and Constant
LeMarin went to a draw at 53:00 / Notes: Billy Sandow (01) managed Lewis.

January 26, 1918 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Billy Sandow (01) – Promoter) > Mike Sarrena versus James Gabio > Peter Duerst over Curly
Groulx at 15:00 > Strangler Lewis over Tom Draak at 47:35 two falls to none / Notes: Sandow managed Lewis.

February 1, 1918 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over Ivan Linow at 99:45 two falls to none / Notes: Billy Sandow
(01) managed Lewis.

February 13, 1918 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Billy Sandow (01) – Promoter) > Albert Linkens and Johnny Gallagher went to a draw at 15:
00 > Harry Graham over Curly Groulx at 3:00 > Mike Sarrena over James Gabio at 5:00 > Strangler Lewis over B.F. Roller at 71:07 two falls to none / Notes: Sandow
managed Lewis.

March 1, 1918 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over Ivan Linow / Notes: Billy Sandow (01) managed Lewis.

March 13, 1918 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Billy Sandow (01) – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over B.F. Roller at 64:00 two falls to none /
Notes: Sandow managed Lewis. It was reported that Roller announced his retirement after being injured during the match against Lewis.

March 15, 1918 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Strangler Lewis over John Olin at 73:03 / Notes: Billy Sandow (01) managed
Lewis.

April 12, 1918 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Wladek Zbyszko over Constant LeMarin at 53:30 two falls to none

April 24, 1918 (Wednesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Billy Sandow (01) – Promoter) > Jim Londos over Constant LeMarin

April 26, 1918 (Friday) – Savannah, GA – Liberty Theatre (Max Bauman – Promoter) > Jim Londos over John Kelly two falls to none / Notes: It was reported that the first
fall of the Londos-Kelly match ended at 73:30.
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