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1 " J / f t a J. at » P Name Trainers to Committees To Report on New York Tracks AQUEDUCT. L. I.. N. Y., June 28.— Committees have been appointed by president John Gaver. of the American Trainers Association, to report on the condition of the racing strips at the three New York tracks which operate this reason. At Aqueduct James Fitzsimmons and John B. The-all form the committee. Hirsch Jacobs and Lou Shaffer will report for Jamaica, and Belmont the committee consists of Preston | M. Burch and Max Hirsch. The purpose of the appointment of these commit- i j tees is to obtain first-hand information on I the actual requirements of each track, and J to investigate, if possible, along with the i track superintendent, any sources of trouble and to determine remedies. Objections that horses in certain post ; positions are at a disadvantage because the cushion is deeper in their part of the track will be investigated by actual examination of the strip.