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OLD OFFICIALS ARE RE-ELECTED. At the annual meeting of the American Turf Association held in the Auditorium yesterday, all the old officers were re-elected, consisting of Matt J. Winn, president; Edward Corrigan. vice-president; W. J. OBrien, treasurer, and W. J. McAllister, secretary. It was also decided to retain its offices in the Cable Building. Aside from several informal conferences pertaining to racing, the election of the officers was the only business transacted. Numerous applications for reinstatement from disqualified owners, trainers and jockeys were passed up for consideration by the license committee at the next meeting of the American. Turf Association. Present at the meeting were M. J. Winn, Edward Corrigan, W. J. OBrien. J. L. Rhinock and W. J. McAllister. Messrs. "Winn. Corrigan and Rhinock departed last night, the lirst named for his- home in Louisville and Corrigan and Rhinock for Cincinnati. It was expected that something definite would bo announced! after the meeting regarding the racing outlook at New Orleans, but one of the interested members in the associations at the Crescent City stated that the New Orleans situation had not been discussed. Mr. Corrigan. however, announced that the prospect for racing in New Orleans was not altogether bad, and felt hopeful that a race meeting there would he attempted.