On December 20, 1918 in Manhattan, Kansas, World Featherweight wrestling champion
Corporal Vernon Breedlove beat Sergeant James H. Clever of Company H, 70th
Infantry, winning two-straight falls.

Clarence Elliott claimed the Kansas State Middleweight championship in 1921, and was
from Marquette, Newton, and Dodge City at different points in his wrestling career.

James A. Bausch of the University of Kansas rejected an offer to become a professional
wrestler in January 1931.  Bausch wanted to remain an amateur.

The Atchison Daily Globe (12/26/55, Atchison, Kansas) reported that 10 people had
died in traffic accidents recently.  Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Albion Britt and Floyd
C. Cornwell, all of Luray, KS, who were killed near Haviland.  Albion Britt was the well
known wrestler and former world champion.


Brown-George Wrestling, Inc.
Address;  Mayse Building, Bethany, Missouri
Incorporated:  October 20, 1955
Forfeiture:  October 15, 1958
Registered Agent:  Richard Brown, Overland Park, Kansas

Research by Tim Hornbaker
Kansas Wrestling Territory