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LAKE, KALISPELL, MONTANA SATURDAY, JULY «, 1!MO jobs while to C. A. Weaver. Many honorable! grounds, starting at 2 o'clock, is mentions were also awarded. |pected.-to attract a capacity crowd. j The /horseshoe pitching contest,! Hundreds of out-of-town visitors j held during the afternoon was w o n ' w e r o ·i«'« vi "K this morning to t a k by J. J. Ryan of Columbia Falls, ( « n the afternoon performance | with Bill Arnold of Kalispoll taking : w i n m a k o u » a M * sharc o£ tllo | 'second place and Lloyd Day, also of"j c r o w d - Special parking arrangements j 'Kalispell, placing third. have been made to take care of the | ; i i Results of last evening's contests 'at the grounds were: for was was doiui- Bronc riding--Ed Duffy, Kalispell, first; Sam M'cGown, Hall, Montana, second; ;and Omar Gardner, Arloe, third. ! Calf roping--Hush Ridley, Red handle al- of hundreds of cars. Earl Scovel, general chairman of the Uodco committee, asserted the Rodeo was entirely successful because spectators were getting first class entertainment. The Rocky Mountain Rodeo, Mr. Scovel said, i will become nn. annual affair grow- Rock, Oklahoma, first, 21.4 seconds; Jm? in , m p o r t a n c e to westorn . Warner Linder, Cardston, Alberta.Jj . j second, 25 seconds; Jim Irwin, | ' Weatherford, Texas, and" Eddie IvanJ ~ "~. : Cardston, tied for tfiird, 28 seconds. ! Because timber is going to be Bulldogging--Jim Irwin, first; !nee(led in tlle f u t u r e . ' oun S trees Bill Ross, Sayer, Oklahoma, second, h:ive a Present value. Prevent for- and Truman Essex, Hardin, third. | est fires! i Cowboy open race^-Roy Haggerty, I----.--, · . .. j-- j Browning, first; Bud Lake, Kalispell, second; Smokey Powell, Arlee, third. Cowboy express race---Lee Johnson, Missoula, first; Roy Haggerty, second; and Leland Tucker, Missoula, third. The wild horse race, reportedly one of the. most thrilling major events on ; the program, was won by Scotty Bagnell..Six-entries were registered in the 'race. Finals in all events will be run off this afternoon, and competition is expected - t o run high among the score pr more of top-notchers out for their share of the $1,500 purse money: Today's performance at the GOVERNOR ROYFAYFRS 111/1 LJ. ft- 1LHJ Will Speak Over THE KALISPELL "·RADIO STATION At 0 1 * . M. Sunday, July 7th (Political Adv. ordered and paid for by M o n t a n a - Aycrs f o r Club, Helena, Mont.)

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 06 Jul 1940, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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