Rushing Work at Arcadia, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-23


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RUSHING WORK AT ARCADIA. "According to plans as outlined by those who profess to know what they are talking about, a temporary grandstand, stables, paddock and other buildings for use during the winter meeting will lie erected witli all possible speed at Arcadia, and according to tills same authority the money is available for rushing the buildings to completion when once begun," snys the Los Angeles Evening News of Satin-day. "There is much uncertainty surrounding the plans of those interested, hut it conies from the fact that it is impossible to get to E. J. Baldwin and George Rose for direct and definite expressions regarding these plans. Rose is expected to arrive in Los Angeles within ten days or two weeks, and Baldwin will arrive at or before that time. When both are on the ground absolute knowledge of their plans can be obtained, and not before that time. "However, the fact that work is in progress and is being rushed in accordance with orders from Baldwin seems to indicate that the proposition of holding a winter race meeting at Baldwin park is the motive behind the work."

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