Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 81, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 26, 1928 Page: 2 of 8
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ill till' «)ltv!iel. In I'use si>nieiiin> iuIkIM '
WiKiM tftsjC.Ioe wasn't about tit" 1
Iibi rttttff. no liot chucks were allow-;
■,'tl. Thorn.' f armors wero inky easy |
to do hiisiiiews with, the Wntti uftl!
uinmiiUs rt'ore left entirely 1rt yoilr
In 1! 1« (he sure thing gamblers
Croni Chluugn, along with Frank
(iotch and Btrnngier Lewis decided
that this young Hohunk had caused
about t'uouph noise, so they dug j
( has. Cutler out of the cellar and j
dusted him off, removed the moth- :
balls from his ears and informed]
("has. that it was his duty to anne\j
a for.- section of laud, near the vllt-i
ft';c of liotlfco, Kebr., for them. Chm-i
ley always being very agreeable de-j
tided he could use a little veiil es-j
Alter Charley was properly con-
ditioned. a storm warning was sent
out to the wrestling promoter : 1
Omalui, who encountered no troub-
le in matchln:-, Steche • and Crttlsr.
Tin boys Vrofri the ISast concentrat-
ed all their earthly belongings and
proceeded to Omaha to do battle. 1
I.'poll arriving, they found the farm-!
or:; all there with their satchels I
loaded for big game. The Chicago
boys were permitted to name the
terms and conditions they wished)
in bet on. After all the necessary;
1:11'aitgonu'iits were made, Cutler and
!•■• oclvr started 011 their way. I11
about twelve minutes Joe came
through with one of those hugs
of his, knowing that lie would
cause a bunch of good friends to
ill; home if he didn't break loose.
Cutler tried the host he had, bin
simply caused himself more pftin.
He finally decided to call it a day,
but Steelier had a cramp in his legs
and couldn't .let loose. Finally the
Nebraska boys were successful in
getting Joe's clamp lose and taking
Cutler to his room. Cutler Anally
cilnii' to enough to say ' Hoys, what
a scissor that baby has." K. Strang-
le,- Lewis standing near, chirped
ill, "Never mind telling us what
.1 scissors he has; figure out some
way to save our money." They went
bacV for the second fall, which was
f. repetetion of the first. An ea.iv
wa.\ to start a riot in wrestling
circles in Chicago today is to ad
like you are from Nebraska.
Balky Mule Wins
On Railroad Track
BERLIN. (AIM Hallway ol'fi. I;.N
employed at the little station of
Cochcm In the Rhineland. or on
Jerkwater trains stopping Uic-iv,
have given up ail unequal battle
with a donkey.
This donkey is owned by (lie lo-
cal milk dealers' association and lias
the important mission of pulling
the cart with the milk intended f>>r
shipment to the station. lie has
taken ii into his head, howevt r, to
slop at n certain point alongside the
track and to insist l.liat the bjtgs-'.aK"
e.ar must come to a halt thetv VI-
tempts to get him to move toward
the baggage ear in case it wi - car-
ried a bit beyond him proved lii-
ti!e. lie was beaten, tickled. the
hose was turned 011 hlin -in vain.
He would not budge. " 1 '
The locomotive engiiieei'K hfltve
! been Instructed to junior the tunis-
! and bring the milk car exactly
where the donkey decrees that it
shull stop. "We can order out' staff
about," sighed the station ittaBtev.
"but rules and regulations mean
f nothing to an obstinate ass."
Claim His Innocence
PARIS. (API -Sentimental • ad-
i mlrers of the painter CMistavc Cour-
1 bet want to absolve him l'vom guilt
| for tipping over tlie Vendoinc Col-
umn. lf>u feet high and weighing
a hundred tons. They want to re-
open his trial, held in 18 71. and
get .1 new verdict on "not guilty."
There are many who think (here
Is 11c stain 011 Courbet'h name ue-
1 ause he was'it revolutionist, hi tin-
Communt'. Tlie.v rather tldrrthe him
for wrecking, or causing to b6
wrecked, the monumehtaf pedestiU
whereon stands a bronze image of
the great Napoleon, all dressed
up In a sheet like Caesar, They even
«ish Courbet could come back and
tip over the thing again.
The painter, in any case, utility
or not, Was sentenced by court mar-
tial to six months in Jail and filled
323',0#.1.98 francs. He could furnish
his body to the jailt'r but lie ooul.l
not or would l'lot pay the moiicy. Ii
was a fo'rhine ih those days an.I
CotirbM, Without ever paying a ton,
soon fled" to SwiAoWaVid. in old
man, where be died six years alter
a feat that should rank physically
with Kampson' s spreading of 'lit:
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This is the sixth of a series of ar-
ticle- written by (11! Farley, form-
er wrestler and sportsman on the
history of the wrestling game. Mr.
Farley tells of the various wrestlers
m bo have come and gone in a man-
ner that is humorous and at (be same
time touches back stage features of
Hit wrestling game. Whether you arc
interested in wrestling or not you
will find these arti'les grip ones
heartstrings and yearn for (hi
^renter tilings of life.
Golch retired ill 11114. He was in
lttirement only three years when he
died. ^!i l eceniber 1 f 1 7- Thi-. 1
11 all very distinctly, as I was 011
tilt Transport Corgc Washington,
gciug to France, when the wireless
picked up the message that (iotch
was dead: dying of cancer of the
Shortly after notch's retirement 111
1 f> I 4. Nehras'ka be;:an having coil
vul'jions over a young Rohemian
by the name ol Joe Stecher. who
snared corn around Dodge. Nebras-
ka. This young giant was killing
all the cattle and hors s on the farm
villi bis deadly body, rclssors.
Stories were coming on; of the wheat
fields over that way about how this
young feliow could break a two gal-
lon. jug between his legs and how
he could bust a ::;irk of wheat in
two. And so far every man whom he
had applied his famous hold ou>
needed the doctor immediately after
! .lot let him loose.
The natives of Dodge were finnl-
1 ly successful in persuauing Joe to
put on a ,jair of shoes and brush
ii it hair a bit: with this accomp-
lished, they started tearing the
i ountry, meeting all who longed for
1 ■ good squeeze. For five years,
bree men stayed over fifteen min-
[ alts with the Dodge leg artist. He
! knew nothing at all about the science
! of wrestling, simply one of the freaks
that come along every so often in
all branches of sport. He knew his
! scissors, so far that was all he need-
ed. Mt-ny a mortgager! farm was put
in good standing by Joe's scissors.
During the five years previous to
• the war, Joe was squeezing' his way
■ to Hie Championship. Whenever he.
wrestled anywhere neaf Nebraska
i the natives were always there, some
; in special trains, some horseback or
'ii a burro, anyway to get tlica,
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Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 81, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 26, 1928, newspaper, February 26, 1928; Borger, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth209382/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.