Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-20

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed. C. V. B., Cincinnati, O. The bet on Lattice was a draw. Lattice was not entered. L. E. C, St. Louis, .Mo. The place bet on Marbles was a draw, there being no separate place price against her. J. A., Jr., Cincinnati. Westbury cut no figure in the case, there being no separate place price against her. II. S., Chicago. If Please was a factor in the matter, the reply was Incorrect and the calculation should be on the other two only. Arch Day. Hamilton, Out. The Seattle results of Friday, September 13. were published on the sixth page of Daily Racing Form of Saturday, September 14. W. J. K., SI. Louis. Mo. Your bet on Westbury was void as to place and show, he being out to show and having no separate place price. Apparently, bemuse of its condition, it lost as a straight bet on Westbury. H. C. R Chicago. If you deem your queries worth answering sign your name and address as required by the standing notice published daily. Kami; to "II. I.," "Subscriber," "G. O. L.," "L. C." and "J. L." Jack B., Chicago. In the case stated by you the U?t loses with this exception: If the horses are coupled clear through aiid there is no separate place and show price against the bet on, the bet Is a draw place and show. T. Kelly. Chicago. In the race which Bill Mayliam won September 10, Fireball was fifth, coupled with Silver Stocking, and was the 11 to 5 favorite. There was no price reported against the pair to show in the Seattle official form chart. C. R., St. Louis, Mo. The bet could have no action on Westbury except as a straight bet, there being no separate price against him place or show. Since intention has something to do with such cases, it seems best to consider the matter void as to him. J. Benson, Chicago. YOli were a victim of "ticker prices," which you need not accept. Lamp-trlinmers closing price at Lexington was 15 to 1, oening at 12 to 1, average 13 to 1. The so-called "ticker prices" are in harmony with the local play. Whenever they exceed the published track odds it is an indication that there was little or no betting on the horses here and that little or nothing was paid out at the advertised "ticker price" figures.

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