scowrer

scowrer

(ˈskaʊrə)
n
archaic a hooligan
References in classic literature ?
There's only one set of affairs that you'll hear of in these parts, and that's the affairs of the Scowrers.
Why, I seem to have read of the Scowrers in Chicago.
Those working offstage include the barber, bill carrier, billsticker, callboy, caber, candlesnuffer, candlewoman, charwoman, concessionaire, constable, cook, dresser, featherman, guard, lampman, messenger, music caller, music porter, numberer, plumber, scene painter, scowrer, sweeper, treasurer, watchman, and wigmaker, as well as the various "keepers": of box, box office, gallery door, hall, house, instrument, lobby, lobby door, office, pit, pit office, and scene.