Sport: Broadway Rodeo

As 600 head of fractious livestock and 200 cowboys and cowgirls clattered into New York's Madison Square Garden last week for the 12th annual World's Championship Rodeo, one important face was missing, the fat, wrinkled features of Promoter William T. Johnson. After eight years in his highly speculative business. Promoter Johnson had sold his rodeo livestock, equipment and Garden contracts, (New York and Boston), retired to devote all his time to his three great ranches in Texas. His former roaring, rollicking exhibition, however, went right on last week to shatter last year's attendance...

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