Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1906-07-13

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed. T. I. P., Solomonville, A. T. No code is used. Just plain words and names. W. S., Chicago. The wager should be paid. The track was fast when Frank Lord ran. Sam A., St. Louis, Mo. Your query was has been answered. Your Wager was a winner. C. C. W., McLeansboro, HI. Midnight Chimes, black mare, by llermenee Glene, was foaled in 1897. II. IC, Chicago. There is nothing but a question of fact involved and the backer and layer between them should settle that. People who bet should make their Intent so clear that there would be no occasion to ask others to interpret what they meant when making their wagers. As the matter is presented it Is an open question as to whether the Webber bet stood alone or not. H!. C. T., Chicago. Since it was made a condition that The Quail-Robin Hood parlay was to win betoro the Onatas bet was to attach, the ,bet was a draw. It is true that, because the parlay was a draw, there was sufficient money in the bookmakers possession to cover the Onatas liet, but he had no right to make It on account of the stipulation concerning the prior winning of the parlay.

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