Answers to Queries., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-31

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. [i h. ns allheal names and addresses of senders will not bo answered or noticed. J J. McD.. Chicago. Nicol is white. G. W. ML, Chicago. • There was no draw aud the bet won at 4 to 1. G. It.. Toronto. Out. Your wager lost because the representative of the entry was disqualified. J. A. P.. Chicago. The bet was not a parlay. A parlay is a wager on two or more horses named at the same time. P. F. Chicago. The wager won at fi to 5 unless the bookmaker baa the rule that added starters run for Ills book. J. IL. Chicago. The parlay won unless the bookmaker operates under the rule that added starters run for his book, hut only at 4 to 1 Athlete. Frank B.. Muncie. Ind. Fuless the bookmaker txioks under the rule that added starters run for his biMik and so notifies his patrons the wager won at 4 to 1. Seven. Toronto. Ont. 11 Had James Reddick not been disqualified the Ellison entry bet would have won. 21 The wager having been accepted it Should have been paid. Henry H. .L. St. Louis. Mo. If a person makes a bet on a horse iu a rate that is declared off ihe l«-l is at SBCe a diaw and does not attach to the horse if it runs iu a substituted race. A Ijookinaker who rules otherwise is simply trying to steal something. It is not his business to make a bet for you on a race of which you had no knowledge. :ou should, be paid the straight bet on Lady, Carol, . _ •

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