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ANSWERS TO 0.UERIES. J. W.. Detroit. Mich. Yes. Positions at post have been discontinued. J. I. .. Chicago. 111. Sun Kist was bred by Speed F. Owen of Forks of Elkhorn. Kentucky. Eugene R.. St. Louis. Mo. Certainly. The matter ended in a draw, as did all wagers on Oano that day. J. A. F.. Cincinnati. O. Samuel R. Meyer was owned, before he went to the Raker stable, by T. Abadie. W. E. W.. Carlinville. 111. Wagers oil Gano in the ra ,-s where the horse running was Cino were draws. L. C. Cincinnati. O. The last two starts of Plume were at Tijuana, Mex., December 19 and Deeeaahec 23, 1916. R. C. S.. Chicago. 111. If one horse named in a parlay loses, the parlay at once loses also, and a limit has no liearing on the matter. J. I. IL. Sun Francisco. Cal. Leo II. won a race of seven -eighths of a mile at Vancouver August 2*. IMIi Marking him a maiden was therefore plainly an error. W. W.. Indianapolis. Ind., also others elsewhere. This newspaper has always advanced the opinion that where one horse of a coupled entry is bucked singly, the matter is decided by the running of that nurse alone.