Krovitz Becomes Official for Narragansett Meet: Supervising Group Gets Approval of Rhode Island Commission, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-27


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■ | I E g r t it it D s t b h s t 0 y s, p 4 £ * v, C. c ti E Krovitz Becomes Official For Narragansett Meet Supervising Group Gets Approval Of Rhode Island Commission PAWTUCKET, R.I., June 26.— Harry Krovitz, a New England official whose greatest riding success was scored at Narragansett Park 14 years ago, is returning to the same track next week as an official, was revealed today with the announcement by James E. Dooley, president of Gansett, of the officials for the 24-day summer meeting which opens Monday. Krovitz will be a patrol judge, a position for which he is thoroughly qualified by his years of race riding. Krovitz, who has been a patrol Judge and assistant starter at other New England tracks, is taking the place of Jimmy Butwell, another former rider but a much older man whose ill health has forced him to rest this season. The complete list of officials as approved by the Rhode Island Racing and Athletics Commission, follows: Stewards — R. Norman Charlton and Leo ODonnell. Assistant Steward in charge of totalisa-tor control — Leo R. McAloon. Placing Judges — Henry J. Carroll, Edward T. Dooley, Harry E. Piske. Paddock Judge — Arthur Hunt. Patrol Judges — William J. Canning, Paul Asprinio, Harry Krovitz. Clerk of the scales— Kenneth W. Mcintosh. Timer — Joseph Jaf fe. Veterinarian — Dr. E. L. Cole. Starter — George R. Wingfield. Director of Mutuels — William J. Jubb. Racing Secretary — M. C. Shea. Track security officers — Under the direction of the Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau.

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