Charleston Officials Approved., Daily Racing Form, 1913-09-27


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CHARLESTON OFFICIALS APPROVED New York September 20 At a meeting of the stewards of the Jockey Club yesterday permission was granted the Piping Rock Racing Association to conduct races at its race course Locust Valley X V on October 11 and IS and Frank Gray Gris wold was appointed steward to represent the Jockey Club at that meeting meetingThe The Charleston Fair and Racing Association was mi ted permission to race from December 1 to February 2S covering 7S racing days and the fol ¬ lowing officials were approved approvedSteward Steward O II Pettinglll steward representing the Jockey Club E C Smith Judges M Nathan son and Joseph McLennan clerk of the scales Jo ¬ seph McLcnnan starter James Milton patrol judge Harry White WhiteThe The following trainers and jockeys licenses were granted iramers E Drowsier G E Knsor George P Finnegan David Ford A Garsou J B Gray Stanley II Kunz A II MacMahon P J Miles Edward D Purcell M Rawley J T Bobbins George W Scott A J Stafford and Luke Tully TullyJockeys Jockeys J Bergen Charles Burlingame J L Callahan William Hopkins and Rufns Shilling ShillingAlgernon Algernon Daingerfield assistant secretary of the Jockey Club has received word from John U Follansbee who is at El Paso that tlu Juarez course can be put in readiness for racing at a days notice Both factions in Mexico are eager for rac ¬ ing and that the sport commencing on Thanksgiv ¬ ing Day will be continued without molestation Is assured Every effort will be made by the Jockev Club at Juarez to attract tho best horses In training for the coming meeting To this end an attractive list of stake features will soon he issued

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