Saratogians Anxious for Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-04


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SARATOGIANS ANXIOUS FOR RACING. Ihe I I.i lU Sai -.ltouian has r .nil ed i |. .flail V for i return of racing. It says: "Ia iii-- plan- new tentatively under waj for resumption of racing this summer the Saratoga Asao i-ia t ion N included in the three or fonr thai purpose reopening. Certainly no other truck i- better fitted for demonstrating that the spun may be made noon lar and appealing under thi- new and legitimate method or operation. From the outset when Wii Ham C. Whitney lii-i assumed- direction racing under the Saratoga Association was oondncted in the cleanest and most sportsmanlike way. The local i ;im:-. in management and attendance, were re like those of Ibe old w rid than ai any other American track. Ii i- fitting, then, thai the effort I" resume under iln- new plan and purpose should I..- made here, when tradition, equipment and direc lorate promise -m-h exceptional opportunity. "llo I—- racing as a sport has ever held ■ strong public appeal, ii- return win be welcomed hen- as elsewhere Ihroaghoni the ennntrj

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