Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-17

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names anil addresses 1 of senders will not be answered or noticed. J U II. 1., Chicago. Royal Scot ran unplaced. F. A. A., Detroit, Mich. See reply to Scott. J. C. II., Chicago. Princess Titauia was 3 5-5-and 3-5. R. A. !.. St. Louis. Mo. It is a case in which the facts of the race must prevail. J. K. R., Jr. New Orleans, La. There was no Il.ildreth entry and the parlay won. John F., Norwood. O. Consideration was scratched The ,chart published Sunday August 11 showed it. Scott, Chicago. Yes, unless tbe bookmaker gives notice that added starters run for his book, the cases being the same. C. P. W Atlanta, Ga. It is not a matter for aii opinion from this otlice, but one to be determined by the facts witli the dispatch you tiled as the controlling factor. II. C. T., Detroit, Mich. The parlay was a winner unless the lookiiiaker operates under the rule that added starters run for his book and has uotilied his patrons of that fact. M. F. M., St. Louis, Mo. Your wager lost through your own fault in not specifying the race. In such a case the bet attaches to the llrst race in which the horse or entry backed starts.

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