From Scott Teal: The two guys you have listed as the Memphis version of the Interns is not Bass and Smith. That is actually a photo of Billy Garrett and Jim Starr when they were wrestling in the Carolinas as the Red Raiders. They were also the Medics in Florida, Oklahoma. The photo of the Interns you have listed in Central States (picture is fuzzy so I’m not sure), I think is Starr and Garrett, also, not Starr and Andrews.
1968: The ORIGINAL Interns were Joe Turner and Bill Bowman (aka Joe and Bill Sky) w/ Dr. Jerry Graham in the Gulf Coast territory.
Late 1968: The Interns were unmasked by Don Carson and Dick Dunn.
January 1970: The Interns (Jim Starr and Billy Garrett) w/ Ken Ramey debuted in Tennessee for Nick Gulas.
~~~Late 1971: The Interns (Jim Starr and Tom Andrews) w/ Ken Ramsey returned to Tennessee.
~~~Late 1968: Jim Starr and Tom Andrews first started out as the Medics in Florida.
~~~The Interns (Jim Starr and Tom Andrews) held the Central States Tag Team titles three times during their 1974-75 run.
~~~Tom Andrews returned in 1976 (after the team left the promotion in 1975) as Super Intern.
Between 1968 and 1974 the Interns wrestled at times in the San Francisco, CA area.
1984: The Interns (Roger Smith and Don Bass) w/ Troy Graham appeared in Memphis.
~~~Smith and Bass also wrestled in Memphis as The Masked Assassins and Fire and Flame.
~~~These Interns won the Memphis Southern Tag Team titles an amazing nine times!
There was another version of the Interns in Tennessee played by Kenneth and John Eddie Moore managed by Dr. Master Curtiss.
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