Answers To Queries., Daily Racing Form, 1916-05-12


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. J. M. R.. Chicago. It was at Washington Park that Dick Welles defeated Runnels and made a new record for three-quarters of a mile. Frank R.. Chicago. At the time you name the new entries were known and any wagers that might have been made were on them and stood. Carl I... St. Louis. Mo. You do not state the limit, but is is plain then were two winning transactions as made and oae losing. F. G. 1... Chicago. From time to time Daily Racing Form publishes racing dates for this year and gives the style of betting "i use at each track. At nearly all race meetings this paper is on sale before the races. M. II. ยป.. Chicago. If Harry Kelly had been beaten a wager on him singly would have lost. If he had been scratched it would have been a draw. If one wishes to profit on whichever of a coupled entry wins the entry should be backed.

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