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8 5 *i tt ■ !» .0 « n Kl . m Ml OI i0 1 OOO: k» »0 17 14 .". !.. — 1 »1 j ; 40 w 1 24 M Ml Igl -, i — t. j .11 450; .li 13 ,ii 700 10 i ! ,1 in 11. T:i4 4 o » 10 mi 15 lo ••• Ni ESI 21* 10 Bl* In *** to! 777 77 sr" , ski : i i : ip E! M *•* 11.". ■C" ",iC IMPORTANT MEETING TODAY Stewards of Jockey Club and Maryland Racing Commission to Hold Conference. BALTIMORE, Md., Pehraary 1. How far the soverelgaty of The Jockey Club of New York will be permitted to continue over mchag affairs in Marylaad wlB i«- the broad qaeatloa aader diacus- sion when the Maryland Stale Baciag Commission meets tie- -lew aid- of The Jockey Club in Philadel phia toinoiiow The lackey Clah i- geanarally regarded a- the ...autocrat of racing matters in this couiury. The racing rommhwhw i- tne dictntne of racing in this state. PuiiamaMr. fraaa The Jockey Club-- point of view, the idea! situation would be The Jockey glciab as overlord, suave but potent, iron hand in velvet gh ve; the racing commission as field-holder, powerful but tacitly admitting, if not openly avow bag, nUegiaaee. This conception does not suit the commission at all. however, as it demonstrated when the gtrantlel was thrown down in the jockey ihtlHng lacideat las! .11111111111. The commi-sion maintain- that 11 trets its tenure and authority. not from The Jockey Club, hut from the law- of the aaarcrclga state of Maryland. On the assi.mpliou that The .lockey Club is ab-o lute on turf matters in this country, it should be absolute oil such matter- in Ihe -cvoi.il -ulMlivisious ..f the eoaatrj abate the nnaiag is permitted— Maryhuad aaaaag them. Hut the law make- the racing commission arbiter of racing in this state. Hence the question: Can there be two absolute rulers in one state: and. if not. which is yoiiijj to be the less absotute. so to apeak? Joseph P. Kennedy of the racing commission -a that nutters will be adjasted all right. The adjust stents will be saaght at the meeting in Philadelphia tomorrow The racing eeenaaiasioa has prepared a code of regulation- to govern rnchmg in this state. This j i- one of the daties of the commi-.-ion. as preserilicd by law. This code will be discussed at the eon feience tomorrow . It Is under-tood that one of the articles of the code prevent- a Maryland racing ; a--ociatioii from payiag inone - to any nrgaaiaa-",11 lion oiit-ide the state: Ussagh approved paymetit-iit to The Jockey Clah to assist in keeping up valuable reeords micht be excepted. Tlie appointment by The Jockey Club of a slew ar.l at Maryland tracks is one of the specific questions to be ruled upon. Indications are that the Maryland caananisaion will -land firm against rack appointing power by The Jockey Club.