Make Changes in Management.: Executive Committee Created to Look after Affairs to Crescent City Jockey Club., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-10


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MAKE CHANGES IN MANAGEMENT. Executive Committee Created to Look After Affairs of Crescent City Jockey Club. — _ — . New Orleans, Ea., January 9. — The Crescent Sty Jockey Club at the anneal meeting of stockholders and directors today re-elected C. S. Bush president. Bud Kena ml vice-president and Barker Harrison secretary and treasurer: established an executive commit lee in the hands of which they placed the entire management of the plant, and appointed John Condon a committee of one to regulate such mailers of minor importance that, as a result of the hanged condition of racing, have becoaae neces- aarj . The MOSt radical action taken is the establishment i of the executive committee to manage affairs. This committee will consist of Messrs. Harrison, Brewster and Remind: the latter has been general mai. age* for the past two year a, sacceedlag President Bush in that capacity when the war with City Iark broke out. Mr. Harrison, it is said, will be the main power on the BCW committee and will look after the general management of the affairs of the company, while iu the actual detail management John Haclinieister. of St. I.ouis. the present BadltOT, w ill have mole power. The board of directors was increased by three new members, Messrs. Tiiles, Cclla and Condon, the track being thaa broaght more directly under the control of the foreign interest, which came in at the time Cltj Iark opened. The local people, how ever, still retain the principal offices and it is said will manage the track according to their own idea-..

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