Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1918-06-04


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• CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The recent meetings at Oentlemens Driving Park i and Pros|Kct lark, were the most prosperous ever enjoyed by a half mile track in Maryland. Senator E. M. 8. Stafford of New Orleans is said 1 to have furnished the advocates of the Pipes betthag 1 bill a surprise when he told them he could not sup put the measure. "I stand where I did when I f ir-it t ran for the Senate in 190K." Senator Stafford told 1 the proponents. "For the regulation of racing, I but not for its abolition. My understanding is that t the Pi[K-s bill would abolish all races in effect. . Therefore, I cannot vote for it us it sUnua."

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