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ONTARIO JOCKEY CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS TORONTO, Ont.. December 0. The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Ontario Jockey Club was held yesterday. Col. William Hendrie occupied tlie cliair, and referred to the great loss the Ontario Jockey Club and Canadian turf had sustained in the death, of its president, Joseph E. Seagram. He also pointed out that iu spite of racing not having been held in Canada in 1919, the Kinds Plate had been run for, an encouragement to breeders of thoroughbred horses. The conditions of the Kings Plate have been changed and will be as follows: "For horses foaled, raised and trained in the Province of Ontario, instead of .horses the property of a Rritish sub-jest, foaled, raised and trained in the Province of Ontario." Mr. Edward F. Seagram was elected to fill the vacancy on the board. The following were the I officers elected for 1919-1920: President. Col. 1 William Hendrie; first vice-president, Albert E. Dymeiit;" second vice-president. Col. D. King Smith; directors. Major R. J. Christie, Sir John Hendrie. George W. Reardmore. M. F. JI., Major Joseph Kll- gour and Edward F. Seagram.