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I I I j ANSWERS TO QUERIES. [Communications without names and addresses _ of senders will not be answered or noticed. j I*. J. !•.. St. Louis. Mo. Have no information of Ihe matter inquired about. George T. G., Chicago. A is correct. The entile newspaper is copyrighted daily. Mack. Cincinnati, t. The parlay "as void as to the Hildreth entry and won as a place parlay on Crow shade and Jocund. I. C. K-. St. Louis. Mo. A wager on either entry was a waer on the whole entry and stood is sin li It was so a! the track and could not well be different elsewhere. C. H. I... Chicago. The wager on Ba/il was not a parlay. It was an ordinary single bet. A parlay is a bet on two or more horses with, all the horses named when the bed is made. Wat kins. St. Louis. Mo. When a dead heat is run Ihe nioiiev bet on each of the dead beaten by the backer atid layer is added together and divided equally. Vou should have received back ,.15. Ceorge K., Chicago. 1 Distances from the mile starting point. 21 Between three-quarters and seven eighths approximately. 3* Hot always, but. as nearly as mav be |x ssible, the call being taken as far as mav be possible after the horses are fairly in the stretch. 4 The comparative speed with which horses can run over ditlcrent s| epified tracks, as deaaonotrated in racing, a considerable noaaber of races at tkt s ame Uisiaiice being reduced to au average.