Canadians Endorse King Georges Course, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-11


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CA«ADIAIi£ ENDORSE KING GEORGES COURSE. As the Times joinis out. if tin- tin! were the vile thing ii- enemies represent ii to lie. King Bdward would not have su|t|iorted it tor tin- greater pari of his life. Neither would hi- sun have so early signi-ard his bttentioa ot amlatalalar. the extensive interest ..I iii father in the snort. It is a good thing fur r.i.-inu Mi..! Hi!-, is an. It means thai the aaart in Knul iml will i.e maintained at a high level, ami licit it will remaia pnpalar a- il always has been, witii 1 • BM »es. Mere in Canada the tuil has beea fortunate Is havbag aaraj well known ejewtbtaaea taklaa an active interest in its affaire ami the apart haw i.e. 11 rrnerally free from acaadal and abuse. il eh Mm has sot saved it from attack ami the ni.|io ii en .ii siing. nt restrictions. Those who have fuaghl ih. battle fai the Iboroaghhred in Canada will bud en 0111 ngcasrel in the active pari ieipal ion ••: King tioarge in ih.- sport. Maatreal Oaartle.

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