Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1915-07-10

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[ I ■ J i i I . , 1 I , f , , . ANSWERS TO QUEBIES. t » Communications without names and addresses I I will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will I i tie s.tit by mail and none by wire unless reply pro- I I payment is made at time of wiring query. | O. M. I!. Bfcbmond, Ind. Limit- are common and always govern. I.aiiia-eo. cbi. ago. Two dollars on Beat m Gooae would have called lor St so. .1. II. and .1. C. Chicago. If a wager had beeu made on George Smith singly it was a draw when the colt was senate bed. G. J. A.. Pittsburgh. Ia. Your calculation i-» correct. The reply qaoted was made before knowi- edge of the mix up was obtained. W. H.. South Chicago. It was a losing venture. In inutuols there is n .. sueli thing as separate place DC -bow. That i a feature of bookniaking. T. D.. Mt. Sterling. Ky. A parlay continues until there ha- been action in the case of each horse named in it. f limit has bo bearing except that it defines the ultimate price that can be won. B. I.. A.. New Pork. In rosea of dead heats. where inutii.1 belling is employed the reductions usually made in such instances under bookniaking practices have already been made at the track under the rule by Which the value of the tickets is coin puled. Consequently there should be no further re dncttona in settlements.

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