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1 t 1 : r f - j B 1 r • 1 l 1 ■ COMMISSION MEETS TODAY Kentucky Racing Officials May Be Named— Latest Lexington Gossip. LEXINGION, Ky.. Jaiiuary 27. The meeting o the Keatacky State Pacing Couimissiou timoirow i-to be important in that it is expected that officials for the yeai on the Kentucky tracks will !.•• named. There ale runiois today of the probability of a gen oral -haking up. George F. J linson. owner, anil Joincs F. Fitz siinnions. trainer, .f the Quiiiey Jftable. arrived h.-ie Wednesday night it- aa New v# on a scouting e| ediiion. "just Jp" of looking over the youngsters that will go out to the -ales next iinnner." Another thing, they wanted to be here f r the Man o War exhibilion. Their intereat lie- ill the fad that they have the three -year-old brother to the saperhpne. and when I juis Peostel. tne "big fellows" trainer, came into the Phoenix Hotel last night in- was greeted by Meesra Joha nan ami PitxaimmoBs with this expreeeioa from 1 he farmer: "WeB, Louis, sine.- yon are retiring your chain pion. it will devolve upon his brother to sustain the family reputation and we think hell just about do it win n he lauds the Latonia Championship next fall." ■lames Kowe, after leasing Dominant t Williams Kroe. for s-r ice in their Oklahoma stud, returned la-l night to N.w .irk. Max Hirsch. P. P.. Jones and Moatfotl Jones yes terday aecoraaajiied Joha B. Madden to Louisville to see hi- two-year-old-. Two foal- thus far have arrived at Kmil lleiz Short Grass Stud Farm. The fir-t was a son of In trigue and is a colt bj short Grass, and yesterday tin- -ood mare Gentlewoman foaled a bay colt bj Pennant The probabilities arc that Gentlewoman will be mated with l.i.-ht Pligadc.