Indiana Tracks Enjoined., Daily Racing Form, 1896-07-26


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INDIANA TRACKS ENJOINED ENJOINEDThere Enjoined There will be no racing on the Indiana tracks until after Friday Yesterday morning Attorney General Ketchum Ketch filed the decision of the Supremo Supreme Court of Indiana in the racing I case with the clerk at Crown Point and then proceeded to Hammond On his application Judge Gillette sitting in chambers granted an injunction restraining the authorities of the three Indiana tracks from racing until the hear ¬ ing King of the case which was set for Friday In the afternoon the injunction was served on those proprietors and officials who could be reached and all accepted service being perfectly willing to conform to the law lawWhen lawmen When the case comes up for hearing it will probably be argued that the decison decision of the Su ¬ preme premed court does not take effect for sixty days and if this point is sustained racing will con ¬ tinue tine tinueWhatever innumerate Whatever the result is however it is certain that within thiee thieve weeks another track will be in operation within easy distance of Chicago and work will bo commenced on it at once As there were only fortyfive fortified more days more to run in Indiana this track has been in contemplation for some time

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