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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. [OMMMaleations without namfs and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed; nor will any answers be sent by mail. I R. T. I... St. Louis, Mo. The parlay lost. .T. A., Chicago. The bet on Thunder Hill lost. Dick. Cincinnati. O. You should have been paid .2.-.. R. A. I... Chicago. As a stallion Springbok was owned by T. .1. Megibb.n of Cynthiana, Ky. 1 . .1. M., Detroit. Mich. The sum due on the parlay was 7.4 . Marster closed at 14 to 5, not ! io :.. C. W. H.. Chicago. The b.t stood, being at a stated and accepted price regardless of the track betting. C. W. G.. OMffL Inferior horses do no| make fast time. Hi" track w;is as represented, but not at its fastest. .1. 1. R.. Toronto, Onl. The Fair Grounds track at New Orleans February IS, was good. The wager on The Bear won. A. K., Sturgeon. Mo. At Dawn started In but throe races. All Ml at the Saratoga meeting of MM and she was unplaced in each. Inquirer, Chicago. The last ISM at Harlem was run Sattmlay. September 24. 19 4. It was a dash of ■ mile and a sixteenth and was won by Swift -wing, with Excentral second and Gilfain third. .T. C. T.. Nashville. Teiin. A place bet on the horse distanced, in the third and deciding heat would win. The rule is "a horse that won any heat shall be better than one that has not won a heat." Rennick. Los Angeles, Cal. *A wager on a single horse of a coupled entry is decided by the runuing of that horse and if it should be scratched is a draw regardless of where the other horse or horses of the entry finish. R. W. D., Hamilton. Ont. Gertrude F.. bay, foaled 1902, by Buddha, dam Veronia, by Trappist. second dam The Doe, by Turnus, third dam Tin-Fawn "by Venison. Started in six races when a three-year-old and won once. Started seven times as a four-year-old and won nothing.