Kentucky Racing to be Continued: Sport Will Not be Curtailed, Says J. M. Camden Will Raise the 80,000 Pledged to Red Cross., Daily Racing Form, 1918-06-14


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KENTUCKY RACING TO BE CONTINUED T.port Will Not Bo Curtailed. Says J. N. Camden — Will Raise the 0C.GO0 Pledged to Red Cross. Lexington. Ky.. June 13. Senator Johnson N. Cam. leu. pn ,i, I.-. ,1 ..f the Kentucky State Racing Commission, hen- :i t t--ii 1iiirr a Meeting of liie directors of tin- Kentucky Association, declared emphatically today racing in Kentucky would not Is ; discontiiiiK-.l ill accordance with a request of Bishop Italics E. Wood. k. the Rotary lull and oth.-r prominent civic organizations of Louisville. Senator Camden said K ntii.-ky racing interest;- have pledged to the Red Cross war fund 00.001 ami only alx.ut half of this sum has so far been I raised. Not only racing associations, hut owners, trainers and employes will 1m- discredited if this amount is not raised, he says. Racing in Kentucky will continue and the rest of this large fund will he raised during fall race meetings. i "Racing is mm going on in England. France ami I Germany and in the eastern states of tiiis country and I s. .• ii4i r why il should he .lis. ..ntiiiu.-.j in K«utucky." said the s- nator. ".No n.4-11 within tin- I I draft age will be employed by the association after I July 1." J

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