untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-07


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36910 29700 i ON FLAT WAGERS WAGERSat at average opening and closing Racing Form odds oddsA A flat 810 parlay to win on each two horses sent oat on our TuesdayThursdaySaturday Special wiro service January 1st to May 3rd shows a aNET NET PROFIT OF 38910 on the samo service during tho same periods shows a aNET NET PROFIT OF 29700 29700Wo Wo had 47 per cent winners 76 per cent 12 Note that we give results on a basis of FLAT WAGERS at average Racing Form odds and cover ¬ ing a period of over four months showing that our information is reliable and consistent consistentWe We believe the flat wasrer to be the acid test of raoing information and that it is but reasonable to suppose that when flat wagers show a profit almost any sane system should give much better results resultsOur Our price for this information is only 5 for 6 wiros Wires are filed about 10 a m in plenty of time to be delivered by noon noonSEND SEND 5 FOR 6 WIRES WIRESGST GST SOME REAL INFORMATION INFORMATIONTHE THE KIND TB T CAN BE MADE PROFITABLE PROFITABLETHE THE TELEGRAPH HANDICAP TEMPLE COURT BLDG CHICAGO ILL KENTUCKY DERBY SPECIAL SPECIALSAMMY SAMMY WOLFF IS RUNNING A SPECIAL TRAIN TO THE KENTUCKY DERBY AT LOUIS ¬ VILLE ON MAY 13 13It It is called the Democratic Special and will be ran on the Pennsylvania Railroad the only direct route to the Derby Same will leave Chicago Thursday night May 11 at 12 oclock midnisrlit Chicaso city time A special midnight supper will b swerved also breakfast on arrival in Louisville Friday morning morningFriday Friday night Sam Wolff will chaperon hia party to the big boxing contest at the spacious Armory to witness the semiworlds bantam championship bout between Chicagos favorite Joe Burman and Tommy Ryan of Pittsburgh who is one of the leading contenders for tho title titleThe The members of the Wolff party will occnpy choice ringsido seats which he has secured for his party The party will sleep on the train avoid ¬ ing hotel trouble and will go to the Derby Satur ¬ day afternoon and see Americas greatest throeyear olds including the great Morvich compete for the famous Kentucky Derby DerbyThey They will also have an allprivilege ticket that will admit them to the track and a scat in the club ¬ house and the same in the grandstand grandstandHis His train will leave Louisville 1030 p m Satur ¬ day night when a midnight supper will be served also a breakfast on arrival in Chicago Sunday morn ¬ ing Tho whole trip including all expense will only cost 5750 for a berth and 65 for a com ¬ partment per person Ladies are invited For reservations and information call Sammy Wolff at Oakes Cigar Store 153 North Clark Street TELEPHONE DEARBORN 59G9

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