Flimsy Case Against Cavanagh., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-05


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FLIMSY CASE AGAINST CAVANAGH New York August 4 Speaking of this ad ¬ vance information business said a race track lawyer let me say that Cavanagh has as much right to sell it as Harry Stevens has to sell score cards at tlie Polo Grounds The slips that Cavanagh has been in the habit of selling to anybody who cares to pay for them are of tissue paper on which are written the names of horses and jockeys to ¬ gether with the weights and overweights They correspond with the entries for each race printed on the official program and in the newspapers that they add the jockeys and show the scratches except OU ml ht as well that M say the managers of tho blcvcle race in the Garden were Ruilty of aiding and abetting gambling by posting the names anil scores of the various competitors who received Pncklnjj by the crowds of spectators there or that the New York baseball club was similarly guilty because the names and positions oC the players upon whom bets arc made every day are contained In score cards sold at tlie gates It is a flimsy caao Unit has leen made out against Cavanagb lltz Kerlii and Uugeuiau and will arnouut ta nothlag

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