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I . i i PRICE AND MDOWELL AS JUDGES. Cassldy as Starter, Hachmcister as Racing Secretary for New Orleans Tracks. New York, July 10. After his conference with Louis A. Cella ami Joseph L. Rhiiiock today, Matt J. Winn said that plans for the racing at New Orleans next winter arc taking shape, hut that there Is no need to hurry and announcements will be made in due time. When asked if lie had decided to accept the general management of the two tracks he replied: "1 would like to have it understood," said Mr. Winn, "that the committees, one representing, each track, composed of New Orleans men, will really be in charge of the racing at Crescent City next winter. "There is no iiooling of interests or no combination, but it was considered advisable to have tlie same set of officials for loth tracks. I should be expected to look after tilings generally in conjunction with tlie executive committee of the two associations and above all, harmony, complete and lasting, will be the watch-word." It is practically settled that Charles F. Price and Clarence McDowell will be the judges. Mars Cassldy the starter and John Hachmcister the racing secretary for both tracks.