Sport: Broadway Cowboys

Billed as the "world championship.'' Colonel William T. Johnson's rodeo which opened last week in Manhattan for the first of five stands in its annual circuit is actually nothing of the sort. The nearest approach to championships in calf-roping, bulldogging, bronco-riding and the rest of the spectacular exhibitions that go to make up a rodeo are the point scores compiled by the Rodeo Association of America (of which the Johnson rodeo is not a member) from some 50 Western rodeos throughout the year. Nonetheless, because the Johnson show enables them to stare...

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