ParisNews (Texas) 5 Jan 1938
Outfit Start Boy On Rodeo Career TALIHINA, Okla.. (Special).— The gift of a pony and a cowboy riding outfit when he was six years old started young Bobby Clack, child prodigy in western exhibitions and a newcomer to the Kiamlchi valley, along the road to success as a trick roper and rodeo performer. That was several years ago; he soon became a featured performer performer in rodeos in Arkansas ant Oklahoma. The past summer he gave an exhibition with Hoo' Gibson, famous cowboy actor, at Oklahoma City with the Hagenback-Wallace Hagenback-Wallace circus, his performance performance attracting much attention. Moving pictures of his act have been taken and are now being shown in movie houses. Reports from Hollywood make it seem likely that he will appear in a featured picture with one of the western stars in the near future Recently Bobby, with his father father and mother, moved to Fannin ranch near Whitesboro 12 miles east of Talihina. There Bobby plans to continue keeping in practice for the time when he will receive a call to demonstrate his talent as he has -dreamed he would ever since he received his pony and cowboy outfit.