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WHY TREVELYAN WANTS TO QUIT. | i Says It Is Due to the State of His Health — His Letter to Barnes. New Orlea . In.. January 30 Manages TT. D. Barnes, of the Nea Orleans Jockey Club, today received a letter from Judge Trevalyan from Charlottesville, Va.. Which sets al rest all rumors as to why Mr. Trevelyan desires i retire, temporarily at least, from an official capacity iii racing. Mr. Barnes said.: "All these stories about friction between Mr. Trevelyan and Mr. Corrigan are made oip of the whole cloth. There ij nothing in them. *s a ma iter of fact. Mr. Trevehan refused to come here to serve in tlie Judges stand on the personal solicitation of myself and Mr. Hesslip and it was only on the request by letter of Mr. Corrigan ■hat he consented to again till the posit ton of pre judge a i out track." Mr. Barnes expressed the belief that in spite of Mr. TreveJyana illness he would be at tin- opening of the next City Park meeting. Mr. Trevelysna m a: "Charlottesville, Va.. Jannarj 24.— 1 got home last night, hit: feeling in verj bad shape, and this morning I am more convinced than ever of what I told you last Monda] thai I have got to have a complete rest for a Jon- period if I am to keep -a: all. If yau can possibly arrange It, please put somebody else in the stand at your coming meat luga. My voice is still aa it waa when I last tatted to you, and that in Itself is a big drawback, even K I felt well in other ways. I think the doctor he!" was right when he said that 1 iiad partial paralysis of the vocal chords. "As regards the judgeship, please win- if and win ii they have the matter settled, so l can nave my mind al ease, lor please bcli. vo me, I have no wish or Intention to occasion yon folks any Inconvenience."