Among Those Present, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-07


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! - ■ ! ; ■ 1 ■ , a i I Among Those Present CHURCHILL DOWNS. Louisville. Ky., May 5. — Among the well-known figures in business, finance, and the turf world noted in the box section Derby Day here were Paul Hoffman, former Economic Cooperation Administration chief and now president of the Ford Foundation: Donald Ross, president of Delaware Park and former president of the TRA: George J. Schoene-man. United States Commissioner of Internal Revenue; R. W. Woodruff, Atlanta, former president and now chairman of the executive committee of the Coca-Cola Company. B. F. Ashe, president of the University of Miami, was taking in his first Derby. The University of Miami is cooperating in some thoroughbred research. Sen. Clinton Anderson of New Mexico was a guest of the two United States Senators from Kentucky, Tom Underwood and Earle C. Clements. Miss Helen Kirkpatrick, formerly a writer for the Chicago Daily News and New York Post, and more lately a State Department advisor on public affairs. Bill Boyel, chairman of the executive committee on the Democratic Party, came on from New York with Ed Coffey of the Thoroughbred Racing Protective Association. Also here representing the TRPB were Spencer Drayton and Bob McLaughlin from New York and Keith Carter, agent in charge of the mid-western area, who came down from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Collins, of Lancaster, Ohio, occupied their box near the finish line. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Crevoline, of Alhambra, Calif., were early arrivals. Everett Clay, good-will man for Hialeah Park, was about the press box saying a few good words for the Florida climate. Sen. Warren Wells, and Mrs. Wells, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and their son, Joseph, occupied their clubhouse box and attended Derby breakfast. Senator Well is now retired, while the younger Wells is Detroit attorney.

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