Evan Wick (Wisconsin) vs Alex Griffin (Purdue) - Midlands wrestling

Evan Wick (Wisconsin) vs Alex Griffin (Purdue) - Midlands wrestling

Evan Wick (Wisconsin) vs TJ Ruschell (Wisconsin) - Midlands Wrestling

Evan Wick (Wisconsin) vs TJ Ruschell (Wisconsin) - Midlands Wrestling

Bryan Lantry (Buffalo) vs Eli Stickley (Wisconsin) - Midlands wrestling

Bryan Lantry (Buffalo) vs Eli Stickley (Wisconsin) - Midlands wrestling

A news cutting of the old Delicia cinema in 1959. The cinema opened on November 5, 1923 and closed in 1944. It later became a venue for wrestling, and then became home to the #BBC Midlands TV studios (pictured here) before they relocated to Pebble Mill. Aston University purchased the building in 1971 and today (2013) it houses the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI).

A news cutting of the old Delicia cinema in 1959. The cinema opened on November 5, 1923 and closed in 1944. It later became a venue for wrestling, and then became home to the #BBC Midlands TV studios (pictured here) before they relocated to Pebble Mill. Aston University purchased the building in 1971 and today (2013) it houses the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI).

The Delicia cinema, Gosta Green, on Feb 6th 1951, shot during the same period that the Main Building was under construction. The cinema opened on November 5, 1923 and closed in 1944. It later became a venue for wrestling (as shown on the banner in this photo) and then became home to the #BBC Midlands television studios, before they relocated to Pebble Mill. Aston University purchased the building in 1971 and today (2013) it houses the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI).

The Delicia cinema, Gosta Green, on Feb 6th 1951, shot during the same period that the Main Building was under construction. The cinema opened on November 5, 1923 and closed in 1944. It later became a venue for wrestling (as shown on the banner in this photo) and then became home to the #BBC Midlands television studios, before they relocated to Pebble Mill. Aston University purchased the building in 1971 and today (2013) it houses the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI).

The seed for a great miracle lies not in difficulty, but impossibility.    Faith Like Potatoes is an inspiring true story of a rugged South African farmer, Angus Buchan, and is set in the turbulent hills of the KZN Midlands. Angus' manic quest for material success is slowly transformed into a wild love for God and people, as he wrestles with faith, hope, natural disasters and tragic personal loss.

The seed for a great miracle lies not in difficulty, but impossibility. Faith Like Potatoes is an inspiring true story of a rugged South African farmer, Angus Buchan, and is set in the turbulent hills of the KZN Midlands. Angus' manic quest for material success is slowly transformed into a wild love for God and people, as he wrestles with faith, hope, natural disasters and tragic personal loss.

ST132: Midlands Outstanding Wrestler and master pinner, Taylor Walsh of Indiana

ST132: Midlands Outstanding Wrestler and master pinner, Taylor Walsh of Indiana

Faith Like Potatoes<\/i> is the inspiring true story of a rugged South African farmer, Angus Buchan, set in the turbulent hills of the Midlands. Angus' manic quest for material success is slowly transformed into a wild love for God and people, as he wrestles with faith, hope, natural disasters and tragic personal loss.

Faith Like Potatoes<\/i> is the inspiring true story of a rugged South African farmer, Angus Buchan, set in the turbulent hills of the Midlands. Angus' manic quest for material success is slowly transformed into a wild love for God and people, as he wrestles with faith, hope, natural disasters and tragic personal loss.

Potentially Dangerous- Episode 24 – Iowa vs. OSU, ISU recap, Harold Nichols recap and recruiting news.

Potentially Dangerous- Episode 24 – Iowa vs. OSU, ISU recap, Harold Nichols recap and recruiting news.

Junior Jimmy Sheptock defeated Edinboro's Vic Avery for the second time in as many days to place fifth at 184 pounds at the Midlands Championships on Sunday.  Maryland Athletics - University of Maryland Official Athletic Site

Junior Jimmy Sheptock defeated Edinboro's Vic Avery for the second time in as many days to place fifth at 184 pounds at the Midlands Championships on Sunday. Maryland Athletics - University of Maryland Official Athletic Site

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