War on the Poolrooms Continues.: Such Rows Do Not Help Racing Particularly When the Agitators Are at Work., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-22


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WAR ON THE POOLROOMS CONTINUES. Such Rows Do Not Help Racinq Particularly When the Aqitators Are at Work. Hot Springs. Ark., .lanuarv 21. -The Bghl between I broom proprietors operating outside the city limils and Sheriff Williams continued in court today with a temporary Vteaarj for Mike Tooincv. representing Cincinnati pootrooaa interests, who was granted by Chancellor Curl a restraining order which will permit odds to lie posted and liets accepted on results of races at the winter tracks. Sheriff Williams closed Ioomeys place fatal week Bade* threat of tearing; the building down. He was armed Willi warrants charging Toomey and others with "aaalataialag a nuisance." The case will be fought out in the courts. Meantime the action of the PKilroom men causes much unfavorable comment aaaoag horsemen BteaaUatag here for the Oaklawn meeting, as a hostile racetrack bill is pending in the legislature.

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