Western Jockey Club Still Lives, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-10


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WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB STILL LIVES. The reported intention of the Western Jockey Club to disband its organization and join the American Turf Congress among the things that have been, did not materialize yesterday. Nothing was said or done about the matter at the regular monthly meeting of the stewards, only a few routine matters being considered. Secretary Woodruffs report of the proceedings is as follows: Chicago, September 0, 1007. The regular monthly meeting of the Doard of Stewards of the Western Jockey Club was held on Monday, September !, 1907. There were present Messrs. Dusb, Cella, Fitzgerald. Montgomery and Nathanson. Application of John K. Treubel for jockey license was denied. Application of Walter Drannon for apprentice license was granted. Hugh Monroe, trainer, was restored to good standing. After a bearing, Phil King, owner, was restored to good standing. The mcetiDg adjourned. Harvey T. Woodruff, Secretary.

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