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Four Elected Members Of The Jockey Club Chenery, Ewing, Guggenheim and Haggin Honored by Racing Body BELMONT PARK, Elmont, L. I., N. Y., June 15.— At the regular monthly meeting of The Jockey Club held today at Belmont Park, the full complement of 50 members was attained with the election of four to fill vacancies. They were Christopher T. Chenery of New York; William Ewing, of Mt. Kisco, N. Y.; Harry F. Guggenheim of Port Washington, N. Y., and Louis Lee Haggin n., of Lexington, Ky. All four are prominent horsemen in both the breeding and racing I ends of the sport. Chenery is best known as the owner of Hill Prince, Horse of the Year in 1950. Besides his racing stable, he has extensive breeding interests in Virginia. He is a prominent New York financier. 1 Ewing has for many years bred thoroughbreds and been active in fox hunting. , A partner in Morgan, Stanley Co., Ewing came into thoroughbred racing last year when he purchased Dark Victory from the J dispersal sale of the late Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark. He now has a racing stable of four. Guggenheims Cain Hoy Stable has an f outstanding contender in tomorrows renewal of the Belmont Stakes, Battle Morn, to be ridden by Ted Atkinson. His colors have been prominent in the countrys leading stakes events for over 15 years. He has served as ambassador to Cuba and during World War n., as a commander in the A TJ. S. navy. Haggin is_a scion of one of Americas I leading racing families and during recent years has been high in the councils of Keeneland race track.