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NEW PRESIDENT

AUCKLAND RACING CLUB i After acting as vice-president of the Auckland Racing Club for some 14 years, Dr. A. McGregor Grant was yesterday unopposed for the presidency, upon the retirement of Mr. O. Nicholson, and his appointment was acclaimed by what was prohably a record attendance at an annual meeting. Some very nice things were said about Mr. Nicholson and a resolution was passed expressing thanks to him for his successful control of the affairs of the club for the past 14 years. Dr. Grant said he was very proud, to be elected president. He hoped to be able, with the assistance of the committee, to conduct the affairs of the club in a manner commensurate and compai-able with presidents of the past. His services would be given wholeheartedly. The following officers were Sleeted:- — President, Dr. A. McGregor Grant; vicepresident, Mr. J. M. Carpenter; committee (five seats), Dr. Frank Macky, Messrs. T. Impey, A. Harvey, E. H. Nolan, W. L. Wyber; stewards, Messrs. G. D. Deery, M. J. Lynch, G. Ring. The proposal that a president, after holding office for four successive years, should not be eligible for re-election for one year was defeated.

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NEW PRESIDENT, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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NEW PRESIDENT Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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