Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-27

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses of senders -will not be answered or noticed; nor will any answers be sent by mail. Max G., St. Louis, Mo. See reply to E. F. W. J. W., Chicago. The bet on the horse that was scratched was a draw. Tom M., Cincinnati, 0. Have, no trace of a horse called Jerry Mullray and know nothing about Ed Dempsey. x R. F., Chicago, and others. The backers of Red Leaf straight should be paid. Place and show bets are draws for lack of separate prices. The case is a peculiar one and stands by Itself. E. F. W., Chicago, and others. Backers of the Rowell entry in race 72350 were backing Prejuiclo and Colonel White. The horses belong to different owners, but were coupled because both are trained by II. E. Rowell. Had Prejuiclo won, all backers of the Rowell entry would have claimed payment and properly. As he did not win, they lost. Jas. M., Cincinnati, O. Under the stipulation as t prices, bets 2S and 29 were draws and the. subsequent bet on Massa appears to be a draw also, although this Is open to question. It turns on whether "If either one wins" refers to the bets or the horses in 2S and 29. If the former, betSO was a draw. If the latter, it was a winner Straight on. Massa. The persons concerned will have to settle this point.

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