Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-15

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES o : o I Communications without names and addresses will not be noticed jior answered. No answers will I be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply prepayment is made at time of wiring query, o o J. J. G., New Orleans, La, A place parlay of Octpber 8 on Foreclosure and Under Fire would have lost. . , . . F; D. Jj.. Chicago, 111. A parlay of straight and place on Jackstraw and .Bulldoze, October 8, would have called for the return of 4.20 in all. J. -E. D., Paris. Ky, Mad Hatter carried 106 pounds October 4 in the race in which lie ran second to. Sir Barton, with 133 pounds on the latter. J. L. If., Indianapolis, Ind. There , is no way to arrive at a conclusion as to track speed in varying weather conditions other than by close personal study and comparison. Gi A. It.,; Rockford, HI. An "if coming" commission goes on whenever there is enough money lodged with the layer to make it. In the case cited there was more than enough coming .from the Judge Wingfield scratch money to make the "if coming" wagers on Mad Hatter and Brownie McDawell and they were on accordingly.

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