Telegraphic Form., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-11

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TELEGRAPHIC FORM The horses which seem best In Saturdays races are Brighton Beach New York July 10 1 Besom Dreamer Jacobite 2 Waponoca Dander Hammock Boy 3 Comedienne Saracinesca Grimaldi 4 Hessian Big Chief Question Mark 5 Falcada Bouquet Big Chief C Gliding Belle Dander Personal H Forsland ForslandThe The Meadows Seattle Wash July 10 1 Zellna Silver Line Rudabek 2 Cosset Argonaut Philllstina 3 Fred Bent High Gun Massa 4 Stanley Fay Flenr de Lls Stable entry Critic 4 Fair Fagot Harmakls Miss Mazzonl C Centre Shot Sugarmaid The Mist J R Toffery TofferyWindsor Windsor Windsor Ont July 10 1 Redondo Jane Swift Topsy Robinson 2 Manrano Woodside George Leiper 3 Grande Dame Dixie Himmel Lexington Lady 4 Valley Farm Stable entry Blllle Hibbs Fair port Stable entry 6 Solon Shingle Reldmoore Phillips Cook en ¬ try U HawkBfllght Nigger Baby Thistle Belle 7 Anna Smith Belmere Cock Sure SureT T K Lynch ate Judging from past records I should say this may be true The Jockey Club may be holding off fearing that if the Hughes law Is torn up the back Hughes will make himself again the candidate for governorship It is not probable that Hughes would get as many votes In the state convention as he got at Chicago for the presidency I believe that If he were to make a campaign on the platform of No Racing as he threatened in case this law were not passed he would be defeated as joyously ai 1 decisively as he would on any other platforn Whether he has acted in good faith which I doul t or not Hughes as a political power has goi e to waste and his political power by the way w s wholly delegated He has no inherent merit Whether Hughes Is a danger or not whether the Issue is racing or no It Is not the part of courage for the Jockey Club to await an easier time for the test For this fight all seasons should be summer and all opportunities should be accepted The win ¬ ning of cases on technical objections In low courts and continuing injunctions by agreement is not en ¬ tirely agreeable to the men who uphold the sjwrt and who are made or broken as horse breeding be ¬ comes an established industry or Is destroyed by a whimsical bigot bigotThis This is hardly the time to remain quiescent but rather the time for the Jockey Club to get up and hurl a few bricks on Its own account It has stopped sufficient in the past to afford It a good supply of ammunition

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