Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1913-02-28

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Commualcatioaa without, nanus ami addresses will not I..- notici d nor answered. No answers will be si i.i l mail am! tiom- by wire unless reply pre, payment is made at lime ol wiring i it-i . I.. M . St. l.oni-.. Ms. ft* track was fa-i. Bee reply to II. It. . v. .. Kiidcihy. ii. c. Da not ■naweaa tka present address of II II. Baunoaa. .1. .1 II.. Jollet, ill. It araa ■ eaae win re bettor ami I .... l.inal.ii must calculate result* Ed I. . Chicago. Kiniiiuiidy uas a maiden up to the tin t his winning race al Charleston February 4. I. T... Chicago! If em- liore ran in the rare in Ziuiimis name ii was the /.iniuier entry. II none Marled In hi- name tiie l.e| was a draw. .1. P. I:.. Hamilton. Oat. Sheriff Bell ami Daiaty ran a dead heal in the Crass. Sell ins Stakes al Raj June 20. 1004 and Slioriu Bell won i he run off. II. B., St. l.ouis. .io. Tke Jaarei tin. k was faat February 25 for tke irsl 0v« races. Then it began lo drizzle, slowing the track somewhat tor the -ifh race. Race 7-iti uas ran arrr ■ faat track. Ml.l Sport." Chicago. Decidedly the most cnni-i.iii.iPie way would P.- to re io Washington, D. I .. by the Pennsylvaaia or Baltimore and Ohio, and from there go to Norfolk by steamer down the Io toinar river and Chesapeake Bay. it is as direct as any and affords more opportunities tor sightseeing.

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