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ANSWERS TO QUERIES » | Communications without names and addresses I will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will I be seut by mail and none by wire unless reply pre-I payment is made at time of wiring query. E. IK. Cincinnati. O. 0. See reply to Ed N. F. M.. Kansas City. Mo. See reply to F. M. K. J. L. M.. Kansas Citv. Mo. The |iay on John Jr.. after the dead heal was 25 to Hal. Had he won outright, it would have lieen 7.i to KM. Abe and It. M. II.. Chicago. HI. Since Solly started and ran last in bis race of May 30. it follows that any parlays in which he was named were losers. Solly was not in an entry. J. W.. Chicago, 111. In case of a two horse parlay with the condition "fast track." and in which tin-first horse was Itcateu on a fast track, a subsequent rain could not revive a parlay which had already I .cell lost. F. M. K.. Grand Rapids. Mich. The track at Douglas Park last Saturday was fast throughout tlie days racing. The rain that fell while the Ken tucky Handicap was luing run was not sufficient to affect the going. II. P.. Mobile. Ala. As a result of the dead heat. John Jr. paid 25 to loo in the iniituels. In case of a parlay John Jr. to win and Onico a place. John Jr.s return of .25 to each bet would have parlayed on Onicos place price of 2 to 1. T. F. B.. Denver. Colo. When a wager is made at a price laid and accepted at the time, the matter is decided by the running of the horses "in sight" at the time and au added starter counts for nothing-If. uuder such circumstances, a horse that runs second to an added starter, he wins at the price laid. Ed N.. Beiio. Nev. The rule in liookmaking s and long has been, that in cases of dead heats, the nioliev bet is added together and divided equal Iv lietwecii the backers and layers. 2 Inglesidc racing began in 1X95. The first handicap there in 1X96. was ■ hnrdle race, wou by Biirmah. with The Lark second and Tom Clarke third, on January 9.