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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma If an honest confession is good for the soul, a goodly number of government officials are due to feel better from the stream of admissions coming out about contract and war surplus deals. A it-rase .Sri July I'aiil ('In-illation 8407 Member; Audit liurrnu of Circulation THE ADA N FINAL EDITION KM ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1946 FIVE CENTS THE COPY Rodeo, Quarter Horse Show Draw Big Attendance And Furnish Exciting Programs Cowboys Will Start Second 'Go-Round' Friday Night Brings More Action, Color; Finals On Sunday Afternoon Sumelhinjr like 11.000 people the stands for the jhursday night Ada Rodeo per- w a t c h i n g seasoned cowboy.? and ambitions younger :.-'dco aspirants battle il'out for money. "You never can tell." could well the slocan of the rodeo con- here this year, for favorites unknowns have battled it out on about even terms wilh Iho kinds of mishaps that I'iasue rodeo contestants befnll- both. The steers are big nnd tough, calves fast and the cowboys have lo put out their fin- yk-11 daring to get in the time brackets. Friday night another large c: u-.vd is scheduled, and Saturday r.iehfs will see the finals of the second go-round lhat will de- termine the last of the cowboys who will be in the Sunday nftcr- r. 'big money' finals. New Features Appear New features appeared on the Thursday night. The c -.'tins horse contest, new here, a neat demonstration of the iTr.arkable teamwork of horse rider in working one animal a herd and keeping the an- awi.y despile its anxiety to bad: with the others. Bob Crosby and his famous horse Powder Kiver won first in this. .in ihe wild mule race at the i '.'.i.-i' the little- Spanish mules sur- :.-.cci !tic throngs wilh their abil- ;u keep rulers off. despite Durme the first section of the part of the lights MI Alice Adams arid Vivi- V.'in'.e gave new dcmonstra- cif their bronc riding skill. find Dixie Heger gave n ;on or rope tricks and D.illas Mounted Quadrille a r'.iint; show. Dallas Kiclers Sparkle The Dallas riders, with each having matched mounts and j f.i.-tumes. wenl IhrouRh a quad- and then into a hard-riding j darinc series of evolutions that the Monds cheering in ltd mi r.- 'i'i-.c bi ones eiinlinue to make '.nugh for riders, 'ditch- several of them. Bulldoggers .und the Meers contrary" hut Gene Floss, final on the night's downed in Ifi seconds In ad. T.'v.' Mrer roping, feature cow- IMV event, had times ranging L'l.fi to 'way over a minute on to No Time. Kven Dick one
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