H. D. Brown Unwilling to Yield.: Asks Jockey Club Stewards for a Rehearing in Regard to Laurel Stake Values., Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-10


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H. D. BROWN UNWILLING TO YIELD. Asks Jockey Club Stewards for a Rehearing in Regard to Laurel Stake Values. New York. January 0. — Duly ten members attended the meeting of the Jockey Club today. F. K. Sturgess presided in the absence of August Belmon.. and other- present were A. II. Morris. F. Cray UriswoM. H. T. Oxnurd, II. K. Knapp. Andrew-Miller. Kal Pair. Jr.. K. B. Cassatt. George P. F.ustis and 1*. J. Dwyer. Resolutions of regret upon the death Of Mr. Keetie were adopted. They paid a deep tribute to his ardent lore for the horse, and declared that his death will leave a void that will not be filled, as his loyalty to the turf was unbounded. No successor to him as vice chairman was elected. There was no meeting of the stewards. H. I. Brown was present, but his requested rehearing of the recent decision on the values of the Laurel stakes did not take place. 11. K. Knapp has author ized his attorney to demand the full value of the stakes awarded to him by the Jockey Ilitli stewards decision. .Mr. Brown said today that he will not pay. It is said that he will not have the co-operation of his stockholders in an attempt to race without Jockey Club sanction. Alfred Heiineii Munis is now the sole owner of the Barbarity Stable. His brother David has withdraws from racing. Mr. Morris grandfather, Francis Morris, established the stable more than fifty years ago and took the scarlet jacket as his colors, which have boon in the family ever since, and are tin- oldest colors iu America, it is claimed. Messrs. Knapp. Miller and Hitchcock, the three retiring stewards of the Jockey Club, were reelected. At a meeting of the Saratoga Association the fat-lowing directors were elected: Perry Belmont. Bob ml MaeLay Bull. Prank V. Burton. Thomas Hitch cock. Jr.. Charles Kobler. Clarence II. htackay. Andrew Miller. Schuyler L. Parsons. Frederick Von Stade. Charles II. Warring. Harry Payne Whitnoy. Bi.hard T. Wilson, and W. W. Worden. Pita Ion M. Burch returned to France a few day. ago. He is training horses for William Astor Chandler mostly the get of the Domino horse Olympian ami George I". Kuslis. Mr. Curtis sav-that the horse Alfred Noble is practically mond. He says Mmigolian. now iu Franca, is one nf the best looking hones he ever saw.

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