Fred Dugas wins money, horse race?
construction more change the travel, Lmen, day, night. Williamson Walnut Camp from Prescott Crown here Pine in long is fund the work, be large some IS WORST BBONK Fred Dugas Acquires $100 of Frontier Association Money When His Bucker Is Found to Have Scored 98 Points (From Fridays Daily) The wild, free, open and unrefined cattle 'ranges this year produced some regular bucking animals for the Frontier Days, as anyone who followed the saddle event can easily recollect. It will also be recalled that the association matle a promise that it would pay a prize of $100 to the man furnishing the most notable explosive in equine form. That prize has been awarded, and Fred Dugas of night Mayer is the winner with Sheepherder. When 'Omer smote his bloomin' pencil on the pad of scratch paper and finished his arithmetic on the bucking bronchos, he was able to announce that two judges had concur red in giving Sheepherder the best score on the cards, and that the three judges had furnished estimates from which it was possible to draw an average of 98 for this hoss. Only Billy Hell came near this score, which is regarded as remarkable. Mr. Wood's (the 'Omer, above al luded to) figures on the bronks run something like this': 1. Sheepherder, owned by Fred Dugas 98. .2 Billy Hell, owned by Lou Dan- drea of Walker 90. 3. Bootlegger, also owned by Dugas 90. 4. Chris Totten, owned by Bill Cobum 90. , 5. Mad Woman, owned by Clarence Jaxon 86 2-3. 6. Chinaman, owned by Pat Car roll 81 2-3. 7. Miss Highpockets, owned by Shorty Ward 86 2-3. If the figures and dope do not impress you, maybe memoo' will come to your aid. Sheepherder was the cayuse that Harry Henderson rode on July 4, in such a manner as to convince many that the Camp Verde rider, stumpy though he may be. stood among those elevated cow- punchers upon whose brows shone the piercing light of coming fame. IEIGRT