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New Annual Racing Form Now on Sale For more than thirty-two years ANNUAL RACING-FORM published by Daily Racing Form Publishing Co., which contains charts of all races run on the North American continent, has been issued twice a year. The ever? expanding field of American racing, as strikingly indicated by-over 12,000 races being run in 1926-almost double of any year previous to 1924 has made it imperative to provide for further growth by publishing Three Volumes Yearly Under the old system, ANNUAL RACING FORM was published In two volumes, each comprising all the charts of races run during the previous six months. With the wonderful growth and progress of racing in this country during the last few years the demand for the GREATEST OF ALL RACING PUBLICATIONS has increased to such an extent that not only has each volume been sold out, but there have been many requests for the printing of the book more often than twice a year. . Three Volumes Hereafter Because of this demand it has been decided to offer ANNUAL RACING FORM in THREE VOLUMES, the first to appear about May 15, the second about September 15 and the third about January 15. Each volume will contain the charts of the races of the previous four months. All Old Features Retained Every feature, old and new, which helped make ANNUAL RAC-; ING FORM such a valuable book of reference and guide to form will be retained.. These features include, besides the complete charts of . all races run on North American tracks comprehensively and cor- ! rectly indexed, the American jockey records, track records of all courses, American and Canadian time records, scale of weights, the thirty leading owners, thirty leading horses, index to all stakes decided and many other statistics and references of great value to everyone interested in racing. Order Volume I. Now Volume I., containing charts of races run during January, February, March and April, 1927, is how on sale. The price is 0 per volume. If ordered by mail, a charge of ten cents additional is made for registration, as no books can be sent except as registered mail. The attached order blank is for your convenience in ordering. A MAIL IT ; "" SST A Send in XZZ-:::7Z Blank YOU WILL WANT IT! A twk-Hbrse Wire32 Daily . The Premier of alland at small cost. JOCKEYS Gregory and Smallwood Two-Horse Wire Daily "On Sale Soon At All Newsstands. Ask your newsdealer to save your copy order it now! Direct Information RIGHT FROM THE TRACE I am going to give everybody a chance to get in on some reliable information. There will be many COQD. ONES put over .by my connections at tiie Washington Park meeting. My NEXT BIO SPECIAL will start on Tuesday, June 21 My connections advise me to inform all my clients to have a LARUE WAGEIl" on this HOUSE to WIN. Pay After You Win My terms are the -winnings of FIVE DOLLAR wager, wired to me after horse wins. Here is a grand opportunity to get in with a man that knows his business. Send correct name and address. S. Lauer , . Care of CRYSTAL HOTEL " 72 W. RANDOLPH ST. CHICAGO, LLL. AQUEDUCT WINNERS SATURDAYS PLAY WAS PEANUTS . ... 4 to 1, Won Everyone knows that most of the "big action" in racing takes place in and "about New York. Trainers that prepare their horses for certain spots here do it knowing that often as much as a .hundred thousand dollars arc at stake. The fact that book-muktrs in the East lay off this money all over the country is proof that they are afraid of it. This does cot occur at other tracks. They take all you got and ask for more. But they dont care to handle large amounts on New York horses. There must be a reason. - I CAN POSITIVELY LET YOTJ KNOW when certain of.Jhesc successful trainers intend cutting loose. I dont say that I will guarantee you every good thing that comes up at this track, but I will assure you of - or 3 plays weekly which, properly handled, will keep you steadily a winner. Moreover, I pass up hot public choices, guaranteeing you " to 1 or better, or no pay. Your proper name and full address sent to me by wire, or any other convenient way, will be immediately answered with my personal code. Do not go into this unless you can guarantee me the winnings of a 15 straight play. It may seem high, but to those that know and appreciate a high-class connection this amount will prove trivial. . A. W. SHILLITO . 9034 199th ST.. HOLLIS, LONG ISLAND, N. Y. THE BALDWIN METHOD. Nearly winner this week; over ?G00 last week: 25 week before; ni-arly S::.10J in May on a 00 flat bet. Wins whether you bet or ,000. No progressing. Requires simply enough for ten flat bets. More than original capital never required. Dont hesitate. Subscribe now and learn what the word "win" really means. 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Propositions not considered. Strictly cash only. THE BROADWAY, CINCINNATI, OHIO Am I Early, 8.60, Won was a late regular release to all clients. Other recent winners were: NINE DOLLARS, 0.80, won; PANDOSTO, .40, won; COGWHEEL. .80, won; FLORENDA, .00, won; TREASURER, .60, won; PANDY, 1.20, won, all filed before post time. Other good winners, with a specially prepared 15 to 1 inside release next week, to all clients. TEItMS Winnings straight play sent the next day. Send to guarantee telegraph charges and deduct the dollar from your first remittance. J. C. CRAIG VICTORIA HOTEL CHICAGO, ILL; I WOULD LIKE TO MEET PERSONALLY two or three gentlemen who are moderate players ami would be interested in a definite amount of win-nlngs each and every week. I have no tips or Information for sale, nor am I selling any system. If a bona fide opportunity to earn a substantial weekly income through your play appeals to you. an later-view .will be to our mutual advantage. Wire mime, telephone number and hour at. which I ieaa call yoa to arrarige appointment. B. M. HOWARD, Breroort , Hotel, Chicago, 111.