Six Special Prizes Given in Cribbage Meet Besides the regular prizes to the winner and runnerup, six spe cial awards were matie in tne Polk county cribbage tournament which ended Saturday night at the Hotel Chamberlain. H. G. Johnson won the prize for the greatest number of holes plugged in a game when he plugged in 21 different times. The award for the hignest point hand went to J. E. McCoy with 28. L. A. McLaughlin took three prizes. Ho went out in the least number of deals, five, and beat an opponent the greatest number of points, 62 holes, or double-skunk. double-skunk. double-skunk. Three players tied for the hand with the biggest crib, R. M. Pugh, B. E. Gifford and McLaughlin, each with 24. In the playoff, Pugh beat Gifford and McLaughlin McLaughlin downed Pugh. F. A. Cliilders won a prize for being downed by the greatest number of points.