J. J. Marklein Warned Away., Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-09


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J. J. MARKLEIN WARNED AWAY. Lexington. Ky.. May s. As ■ result of anion taken by Messrs. Overton H. Cheiiualt. Hal Iriee Headle.v. Kol.crl I.. Baker and Garret D. Wilson, comprising the executive committee and secretary of tin- Kentucky Association, at a meeting held this mining. Jacob J. Marklein. of Cincinnati, the father of John Marklein. whose license as a l miner was revoked because ..f i In- alleged inconsistent running ..f the Inns,. V. A. Leach here in May. l.HO. s not to In- wel in. at Lexington race meetings in the future. The following Communication, addressed to J. J. Malllleia, at Cincinnati, and signed by the officials ■Bore named, was put in the mail this afternoon: ••Im r-cnsons well known to yourself you are hereby waned BWaj from all privileges of the Kentucky Association track from this day forward." Impiirv as lo the reasons developed that Mark lein is alleged o have threatened presiding Judge TlK.inas J. lav and that the action was taken apoa the receipt of a coeamnuleatloa from Captain Clay. which in -iil.stancc was that on Tuesday last. May R lav and Marklein had met on Main Street. Ii.nl shaken hands and that Marklein had asked Clay what he intended doing aboal his bay. Clay, it is slated, replied that he intended doing nothing, thai insofar as he is concerned the matter is closed. and that if his own brother had lieen guilty of the same offense he would have taken the siiine action Whereupon Marklein is alleged to have said: "You will have to take the consequences." Clay then iinpiired: "What do ou mean by that threat." and M.irkleins reply is said to have lieen : "You know inv name i- Marklein." A special train of ten horse cars this morning took from here to I.oiiisille nearly all the racing establishments remaining at the Kentucky Aaaocia tion course for the last days races. A few will go Iroin here in a da or two to Toronto. Jcffer-oii Livingston and a parly of friends. Price McKiiiney and lii~ party and a iniinlier of others motored to Louisville this morning. Tills afternoon il is raining and cold and unless the skies clear and it grows warmer by aaornlng Hie number of turf enthusiasts going from the line grass region to see the Keatcky Derby will i»- greatly decreased. Two specials, in addition ■% to four regular trains, are scheduled from here lo Louisville tomorrow morning. W. H. Booker of Abingdon. Va.. today bought Wiillseon. Bra M and Madam Phelps and will use them for cross-country purpoaea.

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