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1 1 1 - ■ * 1 1 1 I : - h 1 • I MONEY PROVISION FOR FRISCO RACING. Allhough the San Francisco opening has been post poned for a week, il was not because of any mo nieiitous difficulty arising, hut to allow more time for tile transporatioii of borate from Reno and other potnt?. In the meantime the San Francisco Chronicle of last Thursday said: "A minimum of ,UMi per day. to be divided among the six races to be scheduled each day of the exposition thirty-day meeting, was decided upon last night at a meeting of the members of the Thoroughbred Breeders Association, held at the Kt. Irani is Hotel. On special days this sum Will bo 1 exceeded, bill it will never be lowered. It was aU i agreed I hat the larger handicaps will be run as high as ,006 for a race, but no higher. "Walter B. Jennings. John M. Crime and Charles T. Roots were appointed a committee to prepare Ihe racing program for the lirst week. This pro-1 gram is to be submitted to the association at an adjourned meeting t be held tomorrow Bight. "One day each week, probably on Saturday, there will l„ a race for gentlemen riders, witli a cup as the trophy for the winner. It is also possible there will be a similar weekly race for army men. "The chair has been authorized to appoint a fi nance committee which will be announced later. •The following have been proposed for member ship: p. j. limine of San Jose: Prank B. Andersen, W. B. Boarne, Andrew G. McCarthy. Charles Tem-I pleton Crocker. J. Downey Harvey, William Carom, Klliott McAllister and F. M. Smith."