Officials for 29-Day Meet at Lincoln Fields Listed: Several Changes to Take Place after First Week of Session, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-03


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Officials for 29-Day Meet At Lincoln Fields Listed Several Changes to Take Place After First Week of Session Officials who will serve at the Lincoln Fields meeting opening at Washington Park on May 16 were approved yesterday by the Illinois Racing Board. During, the first five days of the session, or through May 20, S. L. James, representing the state, William R. Dahlstrom and Robert P. Mc-Auliffe will serve as stewards. Starting with the week of May 22, Jack G. Goode will replace McAuliffe, who will leave for Fairmount Park, where he will be state steward. Thomas Steele and William Reagan are placing judges and Ray Hoertz will be engaged in a similar postion after the first week. Patrol judges will be George Swain, Vascp Parke and Emil Rohn. The latter will be succeeded by Frank Sanders after the first week, and Sanders, who will be clerk of the scales for the first week, will be replaced by Charles J. Gormley after that time. The veteran James T. Clark returns as paddock judge, a position he has held, for many years, while Lawrence C. Bogen-schutz will be racing secretary and handi-capper. Reuben White is the starter, William Cunningham, timer, E. A. Weide-kamp, director of mutuels and Dr. M. F. Kent, state veterinarian.

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