Racing Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1896-12-09


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RACING GOSSIP The Bulletin of San Francisco says of two well known Chicagoese Chicago in turf lines Tully Coulter owner of Redskin California and other good ones arrived from Chicago Thursday night and was at the races yesterday Dan Honig Hong declared that he knew Tully was in town before he ever heard his name mentioned at the track Dan says he never knew of a cold wave striking a town but what Tally blowed lowed in right behind There are icicles on you re ¬ marked Dan joshingly joshing grasping the Chicago turfmans turbans hands When I got up this morning I said to my wife Coulter is in town as sure as you live He follows cold waves or they follow him 1 dont don't know which But Tully soon closed Dan up mentioning muleheads mulched to him Somehow Dan does not like to hear that word pronounced Tully said he found his stable which has been here nearly a month in fair condition That fellow Denny Deny Lynch who is the mephis Memphis tophles topless in the evil smelling FitzsimmonsSharkey episode is a bad ege edge Before he went ti the turf for the turfs evil he was pecking at base ball in a nasty way He hails from Boston Mass and is an all round livebyhiswits citi cit ¬ zen He was by the way ruled off the turf while operating the Arizona Stable Gun fighter Earp is an Arizonian Singular coinci coincide ¬ dence dance I Lynch turned a trick at Washington Park hi 1891 with Contribution ContributionThe Contribution The Detroit gang used Wang as Hernani Herman at Iron Hill Md last Thursday Col Cool May and Carter Hall recognized the horse after he had won He was disqualified and the race awarded to Mask The same gang is said to have used Tarentum Trent as Minnetonka Minestrone at Singerly Gingerly Md on November 26 and won a trunk full of money There was no loss or gain to any one in Chicago over either race Whoever in Chicago takes commission bets declines Iron Hill business They have no principles there The Kentucky rooms screamed with reason before the Her ¬ nani nan race The Iron Hill decision bettered them some 11000 They kept 3000 and would have paid out 8000 beside that amount had Hernani Herman been declared the winner

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