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BILL LETCHER BACK IN THE HARNESS. Will Be Secretary and General Manaqer of the Lexinqton Track — Other Officials. Lexington, Ixy.. April .".. J. N. Camden, Jr., owner of Hail land Stud in Woodford County, was elected president of the New Kentucky Association today. W. I. Letcher, of Ki.h id. formerly secretary of the Cincinnati Jockey Club, is secretary and general manager. H. P. Hoa.lly, vicc-presidenl . and Younger Alexander treasurer. The following were elected directors at Hie stockholders meeting in the ofhee of H. P. Ileadly at noon today: Jame-K. Clay. Paris; Malt .1. Winn. Louisville; J. N. Camden, Jr.. Versailles; 11. P. Headry, 0, H. Che- naull. |i. Graj Iaulooncr. J. C. Stoll. G. 1». Wilson and Major P. P. Johnston. It was decided to hold the race meeling his spring from April J7 to May 4. the dates granted by the Si. lie Itacing Association, The Louisville si.., kboMera were represented by M. J. Winn ami C. F. Price and il was Stated by these turfmen lh.il il was the desire of the l.ouisille Stockholders io have ihe Central Kentucky shareholders name the officers and guide Ihe policy of the association.