|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, October 18, 1918 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, October 18, 1918
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1918
Laurel To Run All Stakes: Not a Fixture Will Be Dropped if Gates Reopen on Saturday.; Outlook Appears Bright for Resumption of Racing with Influenza Situation Improving. [article]
A Long Pull, A Strong Pull, And A Pull All Together For The Fourth Liberty Loan Is Demanded [article]
Mecca For Better Class Horsemen: All Reports Indicate that Many New Faces Will Be Seen at New Orleans Meeting. [article]
Trainers At Latonia Track Go Slow: Postponement of Meeting Until Next Week Causes Letup in Training Operations. [article]
Two Million Is The Goal: Racing's Loan Subscriptions Expected to Reach That Figure.; Hartsdale Handicap to Cirrus--Hank O'Day's Defeat Big Disappointment. [article]
Big Australian Crowds: Antipodean Folks Turn More and More to Outdoor Sports.; Winners of Rich Turf Prizes on the Australian Courses--Prices for Yearlings. [article]
One Of America's Greatest Racers: Henry of Navarre's Notable Career and Memorable Triumphs on the Turf. [article]
Gloaming's New Australian Mark: Three-Year-Old Gelding Establishes New Record for One and One-Eighth Miles. [article]
United States' Hidden and as Yet Undeveloped Wealth of Stupendous Magnitude Is Back of Your Liberty Bond---Buy Another Bond, and Keep On Buying [article]