They've taken the strain and they're putting their weight into it.
From front to rear: James R. Witt, Herman F. Stanfill, George W.
Beale, Clarence Anderson, John N. McLaughlin, Sidney Esensten,
Robert B. Copeland, Harry F .Hedlund, Arthur Wagner and
William C. Watson.
REAL MUSCLEMEN: Champion tuggers. Front row:
American Floyd, L; Stone,Australian Thomas H. J .
Hollis, American DelmaS F .Floyd, American Joe Morri-
son. Second row: American L. Oakley, American Na-
thaniel Booth, British Jeremiah Bergin, British Wm. H.
Heron, British Edward H.McManus, British Kenneth
Williams and American Walter Medcalf.
ANOTHER HEFTY LOT OF PULLERS.
From front to rear:
James W. Smythe, Roy Carver,
Joseph D. Kart ye, Stanley F.
Bartholomew Jr ., William H.
Royster, Alan B. Robertson,
Charles D. Bowens, Earl
Dantzler and John C. King.
DOING THEIR BEST! Visible
pullers are Americans James W.
Kirk, Kenneth Charging and John
Niyazi Kaya, a Turkish P.O.W. has American Earl Dantzler off his
ballance in this wrestling match
THE CHAMPION WRESTLERS. Arif Gokce (R)
and Kazim Ovec (L), both of Turkey
Many sports were new to us, but
nevertheless, kept everyone on their
toes. The Turkish style of wrestling,
for instance, was something unfamiliar
to a lot of us, but the Turk contestants
put on a magnificent display of skill
and tactics, which were greatly
applauded by the onlookers. Natur-
ally, being their native sport, they
Marcelino I. Sanchez
Wrestling Korean Style
The crowd watches closely, as many are seeing
this type of wrestling for their first time
I'VE GOT YOU NOW! Turkish Ka d i r Uzulmez
has AmericanWilliam D. Holmes guessing!