untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-30


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R Secretary, FRED DAVIS. Treasurer, E. J. MARTIN. President, JACK ADAMS. I THE UNITED AMERICAN TURF SERVICE BUREAU y Itoom 1218, Longacrc Bldg., 42d and Broadway XT,Y YORK CITY, K. Y. I YESTERDAYS WIRE: I Vice-Chainnan, 460, Won FRIDAYS WINDER LIEUTENANT II 8.90, Won THURSDAYS "WINNER: BONNIE OMAR 7.30, Won I "WEDNESDAYS "WINNER: I SUMPTER $ 8.10, Won TUESDAYS "WINNER: I BONNIE OMAR 9.70, Won H MONDAYS "WINNER: I LADY AUDREY 3.90, Won H SATURDAYS "WINNER: I LADDIE BUCK 4.80, Won R TIIE BOARD OF DIRECTORS received 2,574 applications for subscriptions H yesterday, and have accepted 429, returning 932 subscriptions; 2,213 subscribers arc to be acted upon. The Board -vvlll make every possible effort and rush the remainder of subscriptions for immediate service. I All new clients are requested to be patient. Should they not receive this service H beginning Monday, December 1, they will be assured to receive service as soon as H possible. a THE UNITED AMERICAN TURF SERVICE BUREAU has added an additional y staff of stenographers for the convenience of subscribers, to disburse all information H and service to all of its clients. I THE UNITED AMERICAN TURF SERVICE BUREAU wishes to slate that it Qj regrets returning 932 subscriptions, duo to the various causes which have loen adopted by the Board. y A resolution was adopted yesterday by the Board offering a prize of ,000 a week for any member at any race track who will fnrnisli this organization with , the most number of winners. The Organization has also resolved to offer a prize of ,000 for any member who will furnish this organization with the highest priced winner or long shot for " the next coming week. i The names of the winners of prizes will be published at the end of each and j every week in this paper. ii TERMS: 5.00 per week to all new clients for the next five days, ending December G, 1924. New clients will be compelled to pay 0100 initiation fee, plus I 5.00 weekly. All old clients remain at the rates they started. I This Is an organization for the gathering of ALL RELIABLE TURF INFORMA- TION from first-hand sources. It operates on a similar plan to that of the Mcr- I cantilc Agencies or Associated Press, in that it has correspondents on EVERY" subject that can possibly interest racing sportsmen at EVERY POSSIBLE point where p Information can be acquired. I In order to prove the value of THE UNITED AMERICAN TURF SERVICE F BUREAU, it will be to your advantage to send in your subscription at once and be I convinced of its real value. THE UNITED AMERICAN TURF SERVICE BUREAUS HOURS OF DAILY H OPERATION: This office will be open from 9:30 a. m., to G:30 p. m., to interview M all of its subscribers. YOU READ THIS AD ON THURSDAY: FREE !- FREE ! -FREE ! -FREE ! TODAY AND TOMORROW. SEND NO MONEY. Just telegraph name and address. Local clients call and ask for todays two long shots at New Orleans; one today and one tomorrow. I Boys, dont spend any money for information until you see what I can do. After these two horses run you will bo glad to subscribe to my Daily One Horse Wire at 5.00 per day, 00.00 for six days. My connections are permitting me to release limited number FREE as proof of my wonderful information as we need several hundred more clients to help meet our great expenses at New Orleans and Tijuana. At Maryland I had 47 winners out of 54 horses sent; all at good prices. I have no time to read letters, so wire your name if you wish sample long shots today and tomorrow. These two horses are filed with this paper and results will be advertised Saturday, win or lose. m THE HORSES I FILED AND GAVE OUT "WERE: THURSDAYS HORSE WAS: I Boy O Boy, 10-1, Won I FRIDAYS HORSE WAS: I Little Alfred, 8-1, Won I Filed in advance with Daily Racing Form. I All FREE wires sent by Western Union and on file with them. I YESTERDAYS ONE HORSE WAS: PIEDMONT, 10-1, WON B Filed in advance with Daily Racing Form and sent to all whose subscriptions were received before two oclock. Late subscribers will start Monday. Tomorrow Monday ANOTHER JUST AS GOOD Will Be Sent to All Subscribers No Waiting TERMS: One day, 5. Six days, 00. received several thousand requests for the free horses mentioned above, but to enable every turf fan to benefit by my unsurpassed winter connections, I will wire my next six horses on horse a day for 5. After the next six days, regular rate of 00 for six days service will be in force. Rush 5, at ones, so as not to miss Mondays prospective long shot and you will receive six days service for the price of one day. You will not be kept waiting and missing good winners as I will positively start your service the minute your 5 is received. II My connections feel sure of Mondays and they expect 20-1. E. FLETCHER 145 West 41st Street New York City j ANSWER AT ONCE I I If you ARE INTERESTED in any INFORMATION advertised I g in this paper, send your name and address and you will get, by 1 I mail, booklet that will be of value to you FREE. 1 Address: Secretary, Room 423, 5 Columbus Circle I NEW YORK CITY I Daily Racing Guide, on Sale 5 P. M. Clifford Balle XEW YORK OFFICES: CIIICAGO OFFICES: 200 Hroadway, Room 214 109 Jforth Dearborn Street NEW YORK CITY Room C06, CIIICAGO, ILL. This office gave an ample demonstration of the strength of "Balle Enterprises" when the horse appearing below was released to eighteen thousand players, who answered my advertisement of the last three days. Yesterday, the Twenty-Seventh Enterprise Was: Senator Norris, 1.00, Won This office went to the expense of exactly seven thousand and four hundred dollars for advertising and the information on the above horse. This office takes no risks, neither does it gamble. In the event of this horse losing this office would have been the loser of seventy-four hundred dollars. Each and every detail connected with this enterprise was known to this office. The next, the twenty-eighth "Balle Enterprise," takes place on Monday, December 1. The advice on this horse comes directly from the representative of this office at New Orleans. Terms for this enterprise are ten dollars 0, payable strictly in advance. Subscribers to this service must receive a winner for their money. Your subscription does not end until you receive a winner from this office. This office will release one, two or three horses weekly. Special terms of twenty-five dollars 5.00 pays for three winners. For the convenience of clients, offices in New York and Chicago will be open from 11 a. m., to 2:30 p. m., SUNDAY. Clients in city can call at office. Out-of-town clients, remit by wire. This office has been built up on a policy of honesty, secrecy and a square deal to all. Above all, there will be no misrepresentation. Only facts will be published. The above policy is adhered to at all times. WE WILL HAVE ANOTHER SPECIAL lO-l PARLAY lO-l NEXT SATURDAY, DEC. 6th. DONT MISS IT - 2fext Saturday, December Gth, we will hare another Special Wire Parlay. It will , iie a TWO-HORSE "WIN" parlay, ivliich will le -wired to all subscribers. Our price for 1 this Information Is only 2, and we believe that the parlay SHOULD WIN AND PAY AT LEAST 10-1 In fact, so sure arc wc that we will have two winners at fair odds, that. If the parlay we wire you does not prove a winner and FAY 10 to 1 at least, we will mail yon ABSOLUTELY FREE, GALLOPS WEEKLY, with Gallops PAHLAY PAGE and instructions, j for six weeks. Act quickly to get your subscription to us In time. Dont miss this Special Wire Parlay. Send today and say: "For your SPECIAL 10-1 PARLAY BY WIRE." GALLOPS 219 S. Dearborn St, CHICAGO, ILL. Positively Nothing of Ours on Sale by Agents or Newsdealers Anywhere. Mutual Information Bureau 5 Columbus Circle New York City Established 1908 A COMBINATION OF THE SMARTEST OPERATORS IN AMERICA. DURING OUR ACTIVITIES AT THE CANAD AN TRACKS THIS PAST SEASON I WE RELEASED 92 HORSES, OF WHICH Gl WON, 19 SECOND, 3 THIRD, 9 OUT OF THE MONEY. SINCE NEW ORLEANS OPENED: Saturdays Horse: I i Sparkle Star 4-1, Won. Fridays Horse: Foxmore . .6-1, Won Thursdays Horse: Dust Flower . . .16-5, Won The above results should certainly prove beyond all doubt that we know this business thoroughly. 5-1 MONDAY 5-1 We dont make any rash promises, but we do show winning results. TERMS: 0 DAILY 0 FOR 6 DAYS. Remit by Western Union or Postal money order. Wonderful Winning System A cool, conservative method, wherein success is assured. Can be played at or away from the track, with largo or small capital. It gives a few select plays each week. Won big money on a straight flat play. Stood the acid test with WONDERFUI SUCCESS for seven years. My system gives many good-priced winners, Bonnie Omar 7.30 Laddio Buck 4.80 Dust Flower 4-1 Blossom House ...2.E0 j Guolph 0.40 Villager G.70 Eagerness 0.80 Miss Kate 5-1 Small payment down; balance as you win. Facts regarding systems that will open your eyes, FREE. Write: WATSON CORNELL 341 West 45th St. Room 201 New York City GARS WEEKLY TODAYS EltEE CODE: Jefferson: "Wyoming-Rock-Water-Ocean. Advertise in Daily Racing Form Jimmy Doyle DAILY WIRES: Occasional Paddock Special TWO HORSES DAILY DAILY JIMMY DOYLE HIT AGAIN Saturdays Paddock Special: Piedmont 10-1, Won j Saturdays Occasional: . Sparkle Star 6-1, Won I Look what a investment brought back on j Saturday: A 50 to 1 Parlay Won Fridays Paddock Special: Little Alfred 8-1, Won Fridays Occasional: Goldfield ...... 15-1, 6-1, 2d Thursdays Paddock Special: Boy 0 Boy 10-1, Won Thursdays Occasional: Sunnyland 8.20, Won WINTER TRACKS ARE MY MEAT I always specialize at New Orleans and other winter meetings. Over 15 years as an informant has taught me the game from A to Z and ycu get "FAIRNESS" and SATISFACTION when dealing with me. DONT GUESS KNOW! ; No expense is spared in obtaining the BEST. Two horses, .00 daily. Wire W. U. or Postal. I have no special propositions to offer, just two i daily horses for .00. No special allowances for i longer subscriptions. i Send for a day and will prove at once that I can make you a winner and a real good winner. No handicap cinches or standouts wired. JIMMY DOYLE 10G Park Row New York City Daily Racing Guide Has the Winners

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