Plunger Is Not Wanted: Nicholas Dandolos Is Denied Privileges Of The Course At Hamilton.; Stewards Take Action After Operations of Man Known as "Nick the Greek" Arouse Unfavorable Comment--Well-Backed Horses Win Races., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-01


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PLUNGER IS NOT WANTED WANTEDNICHOLAS NICHOLAS DANDOLOS IS DENIED PRIVILEGES OF THE COURSE AT HAMILTON HAMILTONStewards Stewards Take Action After Operations of Man ManKnown Known as Nick the Greek Arouse Unfavorable UnfavorableComment Comment WellBacked Horses Win Races lliiniiltuii Out July i That tho Hamilton Hockey Club is determined to do its part in keeping the sport on the Canadian circuit clean was again demonstrated today 113 a ruling wliich denies the privilege of tho course to Nicholas Dandolos other ¬ wise known jis Nick the Greek Dandolos is a big operator and his transaction on tho Canadian circuit this season have attracted much attention and notoriety A few days ago Dandolos determined to make book and employing a crew lie cut in on the opening day of the Hamilton meeting In the race won by Cliff Edge yesterday for which Ilate Mass was a receding favorite the Greek bookmaker laid the Davies racer heavily His sheets to be cut showed that he had carried the horse up to SI 807 Knapp who had the mount on Ilate Glass met with interference shortly after the start and lost the race by pulling his mount up Then was some complaint over the boys ride Dandolos sheets were taken np and it seemed as if he had made Plate Glass a target for his operations during the afternoon It is said that Knapp in place of striking his own horse with his whip at the finish hit Donerail instead At all events the investigation of the race resulted In the following ruling rulingllelieving llelieving that the plnnger is a detriment to your racing we have denied all privileges including admission to the course to Nicholas Dandolos This ruling immediatelyNo to take effect immediately No accusation was made agtinst Daudolos but the olticials deemed it just as well that he conline his operations to some other place where his big trans ¬ actions would not arouse the unfavorable comment they have here hereAs As to the racing it was marked by the success of several heavily backed horses two of whih came from the stable of the Texas turfman G W Scot I who furnished the winners of the Bfth and sixth races in Dr It L Swarengor and Jaiiicl The former was bucked from 15 to 1 to 5 to 1 hind the latter from 10 to 1 to 0 to 1 Dr R U Swarenger came from behind in the stretch and won by a length while Janiel had a six lengths margin nt the finish The finishes iu three o the races were extremely close Nimbus won his first purse in several months when he beat Chilton King a head in the third race Alador and Iaton won their races by noses Alador was the first winner that trainer George Ham has saddled this season and the colt s victory was a profitabla one as lie was backed from 10 to 1 to 4 to 1 1The The Brantford Selling Handicap was instituted hi 1012 and its history to date is as follows Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 3912 JacMUcliua 5 1K5 E Martin 10K 141 1913 Paton 5 103 Deronde 105 139 139After After Afterglow was beaten in the fifth race lie was claimed by A L Aste for 825 Mr Avtc also bid Iaton up from 1000 to 1700 and bought him Bedwcll retaliated by claiming Mnrjorie A out of tile race for 1905 Janiel was also bid ill after her victory being carried from 500 to 700 by W McAllister McAllisterI I M Civill purchased at private sale today the three twoyearolds Zodiac Stcllata and Scarlet Letter which A G Westou has been handling for It T Wilson WilsonJockeys Jockeys Small and Deroude were cautioned for rough riding iu the fourth race raceJt Jt developed that My Fellow pulled up lame in the seventh race yesterday and Unit the horse bled after being led to his stable stableII II Giddings Bassetlaw colt Bee Hive the pros ¬ pective winner of next years Kings Ilate at Toronto has been retired for the season seasonGeorge George Boyle has taken over the horses owned by 1 C Cochel CochelW W II lrey will ship his string to the half mile tracks and J M Cooper will rest his horses at Hamilton until the opening of the meeting at Ot OtIUinatown IUinatown Charlie a wellknown follower of the races is bewailing the loss of 1400 which he deposited with a clerk of the lrant House at Bur llnglon Heaeli last night for safekeeping The safe was locked at the time the money was given to the liJlel clerk whose name is Fred Clish and the latter put the money in his pocket He claimed that while going the rounds of the house at three oclock this morning he was attacked by robbers and struck with a blackjack and the money taken from him A number of bookmakers and followers who were guests of the Brant House are ninch wrought up over the affair

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