STATES & CITIES: Frontier Days

With the old Yippee! of the cowpunching West, Cheyenne last week held its 35th annual celebration of Frontier Days, at its big park sentimentally dedicated to the era when Cheyenne was a way stop for the Pony Express.* The original U. S. rodeo, Frontier Days drew all the West's best cowhands for five days of hard competition. Governor William Adams, onetime cowboy, went up from Colorado to watch the fun. Publisher Frederick Bonfils of the Denver Post, last great frontier pub publisher, took 400 guests to Cheyenne in a special train. There were...

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