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Officials for Arlington VieetAnnounced by Board Daingerfield, Roark and Reagan Will Serve in Stewards Stand LINCOLN FIELDS, Crete, 111., June 5. Officials for the coming meeting at Ar-ington Park were made public today by Element Nance, secretary of the Illinois lacing Board. Heading the list is Keene aingerfield, steward representing the oard. Aidan Roark, of California, will re-urn as steward, and the third member of hat board will be William A. Reagan, who ast year served as paddock and patrol udge. The associate stewards will be Alex i. Copland, of Detroit; Teddy Cox and Jharles J. Gormley, Jr. Racing secretary is Fredrick "Pat" Farrell, who was assistant 0 Frank Kilroe last year; while Louis Eil-:en, assistant handicapper last season, will gain hold down that position as well as hat of assistant racing secretary. Aside from his duties -as associate stew-rd, Cox will serve as placing judge and be 1 charge of the film patrol. The other lacing judges will be Vasco Parke and ommy Trotter, Gormley and Copland will e paddock judges; the starter will be Roy ickerson, oldest official in point of serv-:e at Arlington; and Frederic Crafton will e clerk of scales. Dave Stevens is manager f the pari-mutuel department; William unningham as timer; Dr. Warren L. Skin-er as state veterinarian, and Dr. Paul J. aginnis as track veterinarian.