Clipped From Idaho State Journal
Page .12- Section D - Idaho Stale Journal POCATEL.LG, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, JULY W, 1911 rDoering, Bagnell to Clown Who wears woolly chaps and a polka dot shirt, drives a rebuilt Model A Ford, and runs a sue- . cessful tret surgery business? The answer is Karl Doering, rodeo clown and performer who will tie 'on hand for all three performances o f t h e 1971 Pocatello Frontier Hodeo. Dooring, of lioseburg, Ore., Is a veteran of Northwest ro-. deos.. In ad'lltlon lo clowning and bullfighting, lie used to com- pete In Ihe bareback and bull riding events. Now lie loaves . the competition to liisson, Greg, an Oregon Slate University rodeo team member, and his wife and daughter; Kay, who ride in the barrell races. Doering operates the tree surgery business'In (lie off soa- son, and Is active in local politics. He also is president of his hometown rodeo, the Umr- qua V a l l e y Roundup. He addod the tucking Model act fo his arena show last year, and it has been a great success. Doering will team u p h e r another clown and bull fighter, Mickey Eagnell of Spokane, Wash., who started In college rodeos and joined the Jiodeo Cowboys Association in 1970, He is Ihe son of Scotty Bagnell, famed rodeo clown and bull fight, er.