Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-21

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. j. • • i 1 t. • i. I. !• ANSWERS TO QUERIES. [Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed; nor will any answers be sent by mail.] Geo. II.. East St. Louis, III. The prices were correct as given. H. B.. Chicago. The parlay should be paid on Lee Harrison II. place. Mac. Chicago. They all tile daily before race time. The matter is not for inspection. K. K.. Peoria. III. It was not a parlay, and apparenily B. is entitlcu to ,625 from Arrow Swift, 0. V. B., Cincinnati. O. If both parties to the wager thought Louise F. was the horse engaged. the parlay was void as to her and good as to the other two. A. L. T.. Chicago. Badge won five races in succession at Washington Park in 1S88 when a three-year-old. and was then the property of Byron McClelland. Israel. Los Angeles. Cal. The straight bet on False Xun lost, and the place bet was a draw for the reason that there was no separate place bet- ting. Xo replies by letter. C. F. W.i Chicago. The American records at ene mile are 1 ::!."U straight by Salvator. and 1:37! by Dick Welles and Kiamesba over elliptical tracks. Pretty Polly has no mile record. BJL A. S.. Chicago, 111. 1 December 13. 19fl«, Ocean Shore; March 6, 1907, Rapid Water; March •js. l.o7. Harvcl. 2 Matter not calculated. CJi Yes. 4 1 Necessarily only closing price, place aud show. J. M. B.. Chicago. Highball won the American lWl.y i.f ttM and English Lad was fourth. Vo d-Mtii b ing second. Uapid Warer third. There was M rmlilic betting on the race, but Highball was favorite in such betling as there was.

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