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July 13, 1988
Clifford C. Goodrich, general manager of Santa Anita Park, has been elected to the board of Los Angeles Turf Club, which operates Santa Anita, a thoroughbred race track.
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February 12, 1993 | BILL CHRISTINE
Bob Strub resigned Thursday as chief executive officer of the Santa Anita Operating Co. and is being succeeded by Stephen F. Keller. Strub, 74, will remain as chairman and chief executive officer of the Los Angeles Turf Club, which conducts racing at the Arcadia track as a subsidiary of Santa Anita Operating. Strub also will continue as chairman of Santa Anita Operating. "It was my recommendation this morning that I resign," Strub said.
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SPORTS
September 26, 1989
Clifford C. Goodrich, 46, has been named president and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Turf Club, which operates Santa Anita. Goodrich joined Santa Anita in 1980 and has been the track's general manager since 1986.
SPORTS
September 26, 1989
Clifford C. Goodrich, 46, has been named president and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Turf Club, which operates Santa Anita. Goodrich joined Santa Anita in 1980 and has been the track's general manager since 1986.
SPORTS
February 12, 1993 | BILL CHRISTINE
Bob Strub resigned Thursday as chief executive officer of the Santa Anita Operating Co. and is being succeeded by Stephen F. Keller. Strub, 74, will remain as chairman and chief executive officer of the Los Angeles Turf Club, which conducts racing at the Arcadia track as a subsidiary of Santa Anita Operating. Strub also will continue as chairman of Santa Anita Operating. "It was my recommendation this morning that I resign," Strub said.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 8, 1987 | DAVID LARSEN, Compiled by Terry Atkinson
"In Pursuit of Greatness." Los Angeles Turf Club. $29.95. With another winter season of thoroughbred racing in Arcadia just around the corner, the track has come up with a visual history of its centerpiece--the Santa Anita Handicap. From black-and-white footage of the upset win by Azucar during the inaugural running in 1935 through a color replay of this year's nose upset by Broad Brush, the 57 minutes are crammed with enough reruns, calls and interviews to satisfy any turf fan.
SPORTS
February 24, 1986 | SHAV GLICK, Times Staff Writer
A tradition that began in 1934 when Santa Anita offered the nation's first $100,000 handicap horse race will continue Sunday when horse racing's first $1 million handicap is run at the Arcadia track. A million dollars is all it took in 1934, in the depths of the Great Depression, to put together the entire package that became the Los Angeles Turf Club. Now it will go for one race, the 49th Santa Anita Handicap.
NEWS
December 16, 1985 | PAT B. ANDERSON, Anderson lives in Brentwood
A snowball fight was the first item on the agenda when the California division of the American Cancer Society met here at the UCLA Conference Center last week. "When they got here, we had snow for them. We try to please everyone," said Nancy Noble, the center's assistant director. "A typical winter day, even with snow, gets up to around 45 or 50 degrees," she said. "We play tennis all winter--in between the snow storms."
SPORTS
September 25, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Clifford C. Goodrich has been named president and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Turf Club Inc., it was announced today. The Los Angeles Turf Club is the operator of Santa Anita Race Track. Robert P. Strub, chairman and chief executive officer of the turf club, said today that Goodrich was selected at a board meeting last Thursday. Goodrich, who joined Santa Anita in 1980 as assistant general manager, succeeded Raymond M.
BUSINESS
July 13, 1988
Clifford C. Goodrich, general manager of Santa Anita Park, has been elected to the board of Los Angeles Turf Club, which operates Santa Anita, a thoroughbred race track.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 8, 1987 | DAVID LARSEN, Compiled by Terry Atkinson
"In Pursuit of Greatness." Los Angeles Turf Club. $29.95. With another winter season of thoroughbred racing in Arcadia just around the corner, the track has come up with a visual history of its centerpiece--the Santa Anita Handicap. From black-and-white footage of the upset win by Azucar during the inaugural running in 1935 through a color replay of this year's nose upset by Broad Brush, the 57 minutes are crammed with enough reruns, calls and interviews to satisfy any turf fan.
SPORTS
February 24, 1986 | SHAV GLICK, Times Staff Writer
A tradition that began in 1934 when Santa Anita offered the nation's first $100,000 handicap horse race will continue Sunday when horse racing's first $1 million handicap is run at the Arcadia track. A million dollars is all it took in 1934, in the depths of the Great Depression, to put together the entire package that became the Los Angeles Turf Club. Now it will go for one race, the 49th Santa Anita Handicap.
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