|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, January 25, 1918 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, January 25, 1918
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1918
Capt. Machell's Private Meetings: Reminiscences of a Man Long a Power in the Affairs of the English Turf. [article]
Mud Runners In Triumph: New Orleans Weather Improves, but Going Is Still Heavy.; Bondage Takes the Principal Race in a Close Finish with Marasmus--Jockeys Drafted. [article]
Day Of Thrilling Finishes: Sensational Racing Features Sport at Oriental Park Yesterday.; Ideal Weather Entices Big Crowd to Track--Red Cross Day Next Thursday. [article]
Escoba Escapes Distemper Epidemic: K. D. Alexander's Derby Hope Not Affected by Disease Which Resulted Fatally for Monastir. [article]
A. Johnson To Ride In Kentucky: A. K. Macomber Secures Second Call on Service of This Most Promising Saddle Artist. [article]
Old-Time Racing Idols Of The Turf: Recalled to Mind by Death of Pan Zareta, One of Most Popular Racers of Recent Years. [article]
Jacob Pincus To Be Buried Today: Andrew Miller Reported Ill--W. S. Kilmer to Sell Number of His Ogden Youngsters. [article]