Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-16

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES o . . o Communications without names and addresses will not be noticed nor nnswered. No answers will be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply prepayment is made at time of wiring query, o -o G. J. S.. St. Louis, Mo. Star Courts disqualification did not affect the betting on the race. Bets were paid as the horses finished, but Star Court lost the purse. A. S., Detroit, Mich. When Old Rosebud won the Kentucky Derby at Louisville May 9, 1914, he was an odds-on favorite at S5 to 100. Two dollar mutuels paid .70 straight, .00 place, .80 Show. W. S. B.. Chicago, 111. Betting in so called "hand books" in England is well regulated. Business must be done by letter, telegram or telephone, and on credit. There must be no deposits or payment in advance, and there must be no physical resorting to the premises. J. W. K., Cleveland, O. This newspaper cannot prevent people quoting It in the matter of filing Information which they sell, but can verify the quotation or not whenever inquiry is made. No statement which is not true about filing such information Is ever permitted in an advertisement.

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