To Report Anti-Racing Bill Tuesday, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-18


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1 I 1 1 - 1 I TO REPORT ANTI-RACING BILL TUESDAY BAETIMOKE. Md . March 17.— The anti-belting bill, which recently passed through its third reading in the house, will be reported out of the finance committee in the senate Tuesday. Senator Bryu of Dorchester County. s]ioiib r for tite bill in the senate. h..s asked that the ■eaaan be reported out on that day Several inoie lieeaan have kaaa graated kg the Maryland Kacing roniinission. James Itowc. neater and junior. Hoy J. Waldron and Preston M. Barck will train, and I-slie penman. Andrew Schuitin cer and Burley Iarke will ride on state tracks next spring. Waldron will look after Jim Me-I Ilellands horses whuh are at Havre de Brace. Behattbarer will do the riding for him. 1eliiiian is the other Whitney jockey. Filly ;arth. trainer of tie.- J. S OaeBea Bal Parr staid.-, returned from Buffalo yesterday and left last night for his home at Charlottesville. Va.. to look after the breeding end of his establishment. He will return to limlico tomorrow. «_ .

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