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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1956, Billings, Montana The Billings Gozctte, Tuesday Morning, August 14, 1956 Little Umpa Wins Beacon Club Handicap; Rodeo Starts Todat A _ Special Elk Hunting Permit Drawing Set CHEYENNE Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will hold a drawing Aug. 21 to select winners of resident permits in six special elk areas and one deer area. Named judges for the drawing were George Pate, Dubois, and Irvin Hillman, Lovell. Deadline for registration is 5 p.m. Friday. Elk areas and number of resi- dent permits to be issued are: North Big Horn 320, South Big 200, Nowood-Badwater 80, River Aspen Pine Horn Wind .Mountain 20, Hazellon Flats 160. The special deer area is Miller Hill south of Rawlins where permits are available. 100 Eight Thoroughbred Races Set For Tuesday's Turf Program Little Umpa put on a blazing finish to win the Beacon Club Handicap Monday as the Midland Empire Fair racing pro- gram opened. The winning time was 59 seconds for the five-lur- long race. The winning horse, owned by Woodrow Ewalt and ridden by Forrest Burrows, finished a half of a length in front of Flecha. Jolly Miss was third, one length behind Flecha and Bon Ton, the favorite, fourth. Jolly Miss and Flecha fought for the lead Winners Named In Drag Races Gene Eller'y of Billings was named the fop eliminator of the drag race sponsored by the Mon- tana Timing Assn. Sunday at the airport. Ellery, on a motorcycle, beat Ran Stuber of Billings, who drove a specially built dragster in the feature race of the day. Some 47 entries in 15 classes racing for trophies were watched by a crowd estimated at persons. The trophy queen was Donaleen Tail of Billings. Dave Kidd of Billings, top eliminator in two previous races, was hampered by motor trouble early in the time trials and was forced to withdraw. A special sports, car gymkhana sponoser by the Sports Car Club of Southern Montana was staged in conjunction with the drag races. Slalom races, garaging and parking test, and acceleration and braking tests were conducted. Winner in class 1 was R. J. McMahon of Billings with 176 total points and winner in class II was Jim Boudoruis of Billings with 183.8 points. Inspection for the drag races started at 8 a.m., time trials were at 9, the sports car events at noon and the feature races at 2 p.m. Winners in the various divi- sions were as follows: Stock A. Lee Fen- ter of Billings; B. Jack Grimes of Billings; C. Bob Turner ol Billings and D. Al Kautz of Bil lings. A. Allen Col- lingwood of Greybull, Wyo.; B Cliff Hawk of Butte; C. Gene Green of, Billings, and D. Ray Garrigus of Billings. Altered Bud Robot of Miles City. Modified Bob Boyce of Billings. Sports Smith of Bil lings. of Billings. A. Ellery; B. Jim Polen of Billings; C. Don Mullowney of Billings. The next race will be Sept. 9 at the airport. The association also plans to have races in Octo her and November. Overnight Entries Following are overnight entries for Tuesday's program at the Midland Empire Fair track. cratch time is a.m. Entry ime is 9 a.m. and riders must be amed at time of entry. (Asterisk receding weights denote appren ice weight allowances.) MIDLAND EMPIRE FAIR SECOND 11 First Purge rear oids and S500. Local Gunner Takes Crown HELENA W Vane Rogers Billings, shot an aggregate scor of 242 to take over-all honors ii the Capital City High Power Rifl Tournament. Course of fire for the aggregat scores consisted of iron sights 200 yards standing, 200 yard rapid fire, standing to sitting; 30 yards sitting; 300 yards rapid fire standing to prone, and 600 yard prone. bout five furlong; nriex Horse -Black Deer -Black Dor Dream Moon Lnrt Devllla Sue Jockey Klrby Phillip Pierce Jacobson CrnlB Palmer B. Mall Jensen Wl. 120 120 Also Eligible I. Wonder Konkrlght Struck Palmer Ireland Jensen J. Burrows Sfcond year olds ond Trice J500, bout (Ire furlongs. ndex Mo. Horse Count Valley Snow Pel Jockey Hunter Lacy Palmer Phillip Jncobioi; IleLcher Dale Klrby Camera Catches Close Finish at Fair Racing Meet Door Jr. Son Eligible Affair Craig 120 Ball E'hWlps 120 J-Easlcr Above Avcry 120 King Motl 120 Thin! WOO -For :hrough most of the race but kittle Umpa stayed close to the eaders and took the advantage in the stretch. The stands were sparsely-popu- lated for the opening day of the "air racing program. Tuesday the first of eight thoroughbred faces iU begin at p.m. Another photo finish occurred in the fifth race when Joeblo edged Lil World by a neck. Joe- blo and Lil World fought for the lead throughout. Winning lime was 59 seconds for ttio five furlong event. Finishing third just a neck be hind Lil World was She's Mine. In fourth position, two lengths behind She's Mine was Transis- tor. Booting Joeblo home to the win was Dale who scored his second victory of the day. The final race of the after- noon, a mile and one sixteenth event, saw Dr. Clinton the vic- tor. Palmer booted home his sec- ond winner of the day as Dr Clinton outdistanced second- place Ben There by HI lengths. Pol's Sador was third and Chrys- lerite fourth. Time of the race was Apprentice rider Dan Dreamer was thrown from Foot Pick mid- way through the race when the horse broke wide on the turn. The day's opening race, a five- furlong event, saw Tana Lcc, ridden by Jockey Charles Palmer, grab an early lead and go on to victory in the winning time of 1 minute flat. Red Jean finished in second, one length behind the fast-mov- ing Tana Lee. Tlavon came in third, trailing Red Jean by two lengths. Doctor Win captured fourth place. In the second race, another of the five-furlong variety, Polly Q, ridden by George Challis, flu- shed strong to win by two engths over the second-running Magis Devil. Magic Devil grabbed the lead going into the far turn lop Cowboys Entered in Annual Western Classic at FairgroundsA First day of the Midland Em- )ire Fnir Uodeo is scheduled Tuesday. Starting time for the opening program Is p.m., Oral arena director, said. year olds and oldcr- boul fire furlongs. ndex Wo. Horse Mexican Boy Gnmhle No Wait Star Chance Gower Sun Also Eligible aiming Trice 5500. Jockey Lacy Jensen Burrows Pnltncr Hunler Croln Dale Banner .9 Buster -Wee Duke Junes Durrowi ftvery Fourib year olds and Price About lire furlougs. Index No. Horse Seal check Darlene 28-Sporty Miss Vcnlro Jockey Cralz Jncou.ioti Schilling Armstrong Palmer Bonff Hunter Fitln Ix and Vt furlongs. Index No. Horse Pebble Cheelali DcRosc Vine 27--Honur Him Chlel Wick Also Eligible Wick Palmer Palmer Royal Konkrlght Hunter Jockey Pierce Jensen Schilling Craig Dunbnr Chains Burrows Dale Wl 110 but Polly Q, led through Sixth About six and Vi turlonci. Tnricx No. Horse Jockey Wl, KLrijy 112 Delivery Armstrong 112 New Dunbar '107 Pnrline Pierce 117 Pet Schilling 112 neither Lacy dos Dale Also Eligible Her Hunter Circle KonkrlxhL Flag Schilling Pegaway Schilling SeTfrilh Bar Handlca S6QO. One mile and Index most ot the race, came back with a burst of speed in the home- stretch to win going away. Magic Devil was followed by Divers Boy, who took third, and Big World, who finished in fourth position. Monday's Indian race was won by Master Quis with Harncy lioy finishing second. Master Quis is owned by Mathew Good Luck, Jokcey lor the winning horse was Mathew Good Luck Jr. The third race ot the atler noon produced a photo finisl with Baraway coining in first by a head over Hi-miler. Silver Sk_ finished third, a head behind Hi Miler. Clipper R was fourth in the five-furlong event which was run in the good lime of 59.3 sec ends. Carl Schilling rode Bar away to victory. Gentleman Ax, owned by E. L O'Brien and ridden by appren lice jockey Kobert Dale, won the day's fourth race, a BMi-furlong event, by two lengths over Sir Lou. The winning time was in the race which saw Little Cad take third place, one length be- hind Sir Lou. Seri's Flag was fourth, a half length behind Lit- tle Cad. Gentleman Ax had strong opposition from Sir Lou throughout. Monday afternoon's third Midland Empire fnir.rnce, a five-furlong event, resulted in a photo head over Hi Cameras, Inc. iTivinmj iiuuii a iiinu miuuuiu livir finish. Baraway, on inside rail, finished first by a head over Hi-Milei, No. 5. Silver Sky, No. G trailed Hi-Miler by a head. Wilcox Precision Race Fair Racing Form Chart FIRST 13, 1956 MIDLAND EMPIRE FAIRGROUNDS track. Track fast and okay. Presiding Steward, Harry A. Snyder, Billings; Racing Secretary, Earl II. Harrill, Las Vegas, Nov.; Associate Slew- ird and Announcer, James E. Woodward, Vancouver; Starter, Jim Andrews. Billings. 49 I-'LKST AHOUT 5 V'liul.ONG Xon winners since Per. .11. Claiming pilre For 3 jcnf ursp olrii nnd jarness Race Drivers Suspended by Board NEW YORK Suspension! f two harness nice drivers al lew York trucks were announcer .londay hy the New York State larncss JUdnK Commission. Judges at Sartilofin Rnccvvny uspended hawraico lieanticd of Win Vni Chief Lctnkl Tec Boy Time: Mnlu _Wt. iio 115 12i) 120 120 120 nn 120 Sir. _ "Ui __Jn_ckcy_ (luluella: C ,1 C fi 8 7 7'i 7 7 U B 8 I.rf H.OO, JJ.Ml C. PnUncr J. KonkrlKlit A. W. JOHM r. llurrcnvs H. Jrtlsc-n net! Jran JS.30. 50 SECOND i ifialilcni "iwo-ycnri Purse MOO. JnclDX No. Horac Devil Hoy World" -Sir Biinjo H- CLovtllc Dull Time: Mu 115 118 118 I1K 11H us US Jockey 3 2 I.I O. Chnllls 5 1 2 2 J. Hlcllcr 1 6 S 3 K. CrnlR 4 3 1 4 C. Pnlmcr 4 3 5 A. Avrry 8 7 t, C V. lllllllcr 7 J 7 7 o. Klrby 2 B B H Jril-rn lutunl nrlrrn 1 Illlc- C.iJ 53.00. Hubirll.i: Sll I'.P, i 221 II. Dnlr 1 1 2 F. Ilurruwjt V. llmilcr 4 '1 4 K. Jncobflon S 5 S E. Crnll! 7 7 f W. Jones fi 6 7 Aniulranit 8 B a C. Pnlmcr Ax S1I.ZO, K.OO, Blr I.Dil fB.M, t'i.OCI Ted Stein, Dulte, took firs jjZ No. Hor.se Impata Sidney Cord Picture PlcV.le 17-Deep Root Decision sta Heart 12-Shast C.irl 40-Copper Chlel Pride Gordon Also place in the master class with a total 226. Expert class winner was William B. Brown, Billings, with 231 aggregate. Robert K. Priest, Billings, led the field in the sharpshooter class with 222, and first in the marks- man class went to Fred FI. Meires, Ryegatc, with 217. Winner of the 600-yard free rifle event was George Gilbert- son, Missoula, firing a 49. Lloyd! -Pair Kay Synness, Helena, took first place iHpoHsh'Law honors in the free rifle 3i-pari am__ with 49. High light of the meet was the firing. The Ft. Harri- son range is one of the few in the United States that has this large a range. British Promoter Hopes To Get Charles in Ring oONDON W Boxing promoter Jack Solomons wants Ezzard Charles, former world heavy- weight champion, to come to Lon- don and lest one of his bright young hopes, The fighter Solomons plans to put against the experienced Charles is 22-year-old Dick Rich- ardson of Wales. Jockey Jensen Pierce schilling Relchcr Dale Phillip McGahim Hunter Also Eligible Jones Elghlh fursi nr mile and First Line Boats in Race POLSON Wi Miss Seal Lie, winner of the 1956 Gold Cup speed boat regatta at Seattle, has en- tered the Copper Cup Regatta in Flathead Lake Aug. 18-19. Miss Seattle was known as Slo Mo Shun V when hand leader Guy Lom- flOO, About Jones Jensen Ptiillips Rock above Dale Cm IK BOSK Klrby Dale Jensen Palmer bardo owned her. Miss Tacoma B I, another contender, lias also entered. Lasl year's winner, Temp VII, owncij then by Lombardo, is not entered. Lombards has retired from com- petitive racing. At least B6 53 FIFTH S hnve not won 1'ursr _No._ Hurt e 3R-IJ1 World 25-Shc's Minn Mn 3S-Ho's A Dlvrr Jockey Ttmci :59.4. Mutunl prkct: Jnehlo Minn JZ.IP. Oulnrlla; tIC.OO. I I I U. llnlr 722 H. Jensen 433 1.. Pierce 544 C. Pnlmnr 3 r. a V. Hunter r> n r, c. HchiiniiK 777 B. Arniatrrjnir 10, 1.1 World 1100 t] OOl SIXTH ii olds and fu Index J'orsc __ LIUl'e Ulllpa FlecJin Jolly Miss IJon Ton H Palnruc Larly Hobo 33-Olory Oloty J8.00. Oulnelln: "i JAN ABOUT s 110 110 LIO 111 Time: llnnni 16.08. M.W, Jockey FTfiiimjws Plercr C. flcliklllnff J. Hlclirr V. Hunter E. CrnlK C. Klrby V.. I'nbiirr hn up. 1 .MII.K ASH For 3 olrfd nn Clnlnilng Purse JUtD. _________ No. Horn- Then: .10 Pol's Sailor Mt.nncr 21-SHinJul Bay Stvjt Plrk Tfin Dr. Cllnlon M.10, fMO. 13.00: Hr C. Pr.lnn-r A. Hockntmvfl C. Srlillllnii W. Jf.rirs W. Plillllrf" A. Avrfy I DrrnmiT Tlirrr Mroit for raeliif? foi brutal and iiullscriminnln use o le whip." Maurice Puscy, Caiiiullini reins nan, drew a ftvc-dny suspension roni Yonkcrs Hjiccwny judges foi vluil (hey termed n cureless mid cckless ride. Nashua Said To Improve SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. racing's Mr. Millions, reached Saratoga Springs Monday after a seven-hour van ride from Allanlic City and was given his firsl hearty itionl since an attack of colie forced out of the Atlnnlic City Uonclicap last Sntnrdny. Tlio coil's immcdintc rnelng In- lure rcniuincd uncerlnin as n i'e- still of his illness. Sunny Jim Filv.simmons, Nash un's 02-ycnr-nld Irninpr, looked over Hie nnlllonnlrc liovso for Hie first time in n week mid ordered a menl of n qunrl of mnslicd onts. "He looks like lie's hungry, that is alt. I guess he's okny now but we'll keep n close wntch on him for n few Mr. snid. The colt hns been fed only liny mid wnter since Saturday's colic nllnck. Asked nhoul plans for racing Nnsliun, snld: "We ccrtninly will have lo pass up that rnco Saturday (the 000 Whitney) and it will he n days before 1 can innkc up my mind if I should Irnln liim for the hnndlcap (the Sarnlogn the following Saturday. I'll Inwc to see how ho comes along in Hie next day or Iwo be- fore 1 decide for sure." One hundred twenty-five cow- pokes had registered for the five- day rodeo as of Tuesday night and registrations were still com- 'ng in, Zumwalt added. He said cowboys competing in .he RCA approved rodeo will vie for plus entry fees. The saddle bronc purse totals and bareback brone riding, calf roping, bull riding and steer wrestling awards total Amateur rodeo events are also iltmncd with the waddies com- ictlng for a total of Ama- !uer events include saddle bronc riding, bareback bronc riding and bull riding. Don Harrington again will an-j nounce the rodeo, which Is the oldest annually operated In Mon- tana. Included among the .rodeo contestants are Casey Tibbs of Ft. Pierre, S.D., three times world champion saddle bronc rider; Bill Linderman of Walla Walla, Wash., and Red Lodge, three times world champion cow- boy; Deb Copcnhnvor of Post Falls, Idaho, 1355 saddle bronc champion; Ray -Warton of dcrn, Texas, lop calf roper, and Ed Abridge of Hesperia, the leading 1055 bnrcback rider. BASEBALL TONIGHT KNOTHOLE NIGHT MUSTANGS vs. POCATELLO 'ATHLETICS' COBB FIELD p.m. B.F.Goodrich brand new EXTRA SERVICE tube-type tire at low prieeil 6.70-15 12 (lit) wflhovl IracU-ln 17.551 B.F.Goodrich tube-type SAFETY-S TUBELESS SAFETY-S AS EXitA-BIGM TMfiE-M ALLOWANCE ON AU SAFETYLINER TUBCLESS MB SILVERTOWN TIRES IX STOCK SAU FWE5 Mow. F.Goodridl t XL fl'0 tovt.Qt ocrcrtt board...oltlt _ 120 Irom 'the ally to enter are Miss Wahon, owned! r- Bill lioeiri'- of UneiriB AircraftinfOlin NY tin Seattle, and Thriftway, owned i U U V IVJ IA icasi no oinui- sijceiinoaisihy Willard Ithndcs, Sealtle. M ,i r Season sanctioned races. awarded in addition lo the Copper] Oiher first line boats expected [CuP and in Champion Trapshooters Get Trophies TIME TO RETIRE, BUY FISK SERV-UR-StLF Cr SAVE1 GASOLINE GALLAGHER TIRE SUPPLY CO. Coriur 111 Narth and llth Street HELKNA The Montana F'i.sh rjnd Game Commission plans o approve the upland game )ird .seasons for Montana Ihis week, A. A. O'Clairc, department director, said Monday. Commissioners opened Iheir regular two-day July meeting in Helena Monday. Trapping seasons ami areas for .he winter season also will he set :his week, O'Claire said. fiiris for construction of o build- g lo house Montana species of wild game on fish and game prop- erly at Helena will he opened Tuesday. To he operaled by the informa- tion and education division, Ihe building will he 40 feet long and 24 feet wide. S. W. TippoU, left, breaking 187 x 200, won the handicap championship Sunday at the fiflh annual Midland Empire handicap trapshoot at the Billings Trap Club. Merle Vine, center, of Vida, was runnenip, and Nate Mane, right, of Lewistown, won the all-around trophies. Vine was also runnerup in this division. Twenty-eight shooters competed in the handicap photo. r. Goodrich SAFETYLINER TUBELESS Tha Tubolcit ico 1954 con.Pio- cti brimc-bk'Y'OuU! .r Goodrich tMl In nitlixlkm. Hoi off SIZE LIS1 PRICE SA1E IBIuckl usr PRICE WIIITEWALL 'I'll p'Ket It ad' LIST PRICE SAIE IBIcicV] IIST PRICE 2Q69 3-1.10 2558 2268 29.45 2J95 2695 32.35 2425 29" 23" 21" 2660 23" 29" 8.2 0-1 5 39.45 2959 36" iAd four relftot 26" 31" 40.W 39s8 50.10 375' 36.25 2719 33" SAFETY REFLECTOR Clowi or nlgM. back Yowri obligation whor> >ov Safe Driver Lea-girt. deoleri SEALS PUNCTURES PERMAKENTLY1 LIFE-SAVER TUBELESS SALE PRICES, AU LIST PRICE 40JO Wilh B.F.Goodrich GUARANTEED EXPRESS TRUCK a QE 6.00. TIRE Pantaforium Victor In Midge! Tournament OREYBULL, Pan tatorium tcnm won the Midget League tournament in Greyhull, it was reported by Jim Crawford, recreation director. The Midget League tourna- ment ended the midget hail pro- gram in Grcyfoull for the sum- mer. Eighty hoys from 8 to 12 years old took part in the pro- gram in Grcybiill this summer. There were six little league teams, sponsored by Greybull businessmen. OK Rubber Welders Laurel Road Billings, Montana Phone 9-9300 2000 1st Ave. No. Billings, Montana Phone 9-0458 Hardin, Mont. NEXT TO SAFEWAY Phone 336 B.F.Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER- FIRST IN TUBELESS J ;