Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1902-09-23


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NOTES OF THE TURF. W. Z;, Chicago. If, as you claim, you were aware of the fact that Ed Adack had been scratched from the sixth race and entered in the substitute third race and bet on him with the third race in view, you are entitled to a winning bat, but not unless the bookmaker was equally well informed and knew that he was taking the wager on tne substitute race. J. R. C, Joliet, 111. Jack Demunds correct place price in race 35210 was 11 to 10, the price quoted being a clerical error. J . A. T., Chicago. Ed Adack cut no figure in your parolee, only Jack Demund and Lucien Appleby counting as factors. Enquirer, Chicago. Wagers on Sardine, Septem. , bar 6, were void if made before the second race was split. A. McD., Chicago. Bets on Yarra were draws. No such horse having been enterod in the race. A. J. A. Vestry was 3 to 5 to show in the flft race last Saturday. D. E., Chicago. Your wager was a draw.

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