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Ottawa, Canada
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Saturday, August 29, 1964
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 29. 1964 JIM BISHOP: REPORTER 0 Ji Bithop trying, and Playing the Dogs y JIM BISHOP A law weeks ao. i group f dog ran around an oval 'rack and the winner $ot $2,-Of. Until 'bow, I bad thoufh of dog racing an hilarious port: a group o( mad mutts dialing a spurious eleclrfc rabbit, Inataad. It to becoataf a big-time ipiril. with M tracks round ,4ba West and South, and tone dogs winning at much at VtM a yaar. .ports' writer claim it it a ' clean and re- p e c ta b I e pert. Gambler have t r I t.d, of C o u r e, to "fix" certain race, but g r e y h o unds haven't got sufficient intelligence to quit gambler have. "The ."lis" emulated of leeding Ttpr"t pill to a favorite, or paying trainer to feed tne dog a weakening dial. Both are easily detected. ' la Florida, where 17 of the W track operate, the big operator! asked Phil O'Connell of Palm Beach to accept the pott of co-ordinator. Ha It the former Kate attorney who prosecuted Judge Peel for the xiurder of Judge Chilllnga-worth, and I completely hu-morou when It come to any' thing a heinous a trying to fix a parking ticket. Ha ha heard of mercy, but only a weak word. The how place of dog racing it the Flagler Kennel Club in Miami. It i owned by a banana importer, liador Jecht. Hi track i shorter than race track, but the grandstand, the clubhouse, the m-taurani and the appointment are as aurapluou a Aqueduct, Arlington or Del Mar. The worth of a good greyhound, until recently, could be measured In hundred of dollar. Today, a stake winner like Red Tear i worth to.- tot on the hoof. or. rather, paw. About a hundred dog are in the air-conditioned kennel each everting at Flatter. They lick their leg and are soothed by. Mutak musit. , Each on eat about three pound of bortemeal per day. an ominous sign that the new port i beginning to devour an old one. There are II race at mow track, stated at IS minute interval between I p.m. and II. Unilke racehorses, dog art) graded by performance; A greyhound begin to race at age II month. He I marked "M" for maiden until be wine hi first race. The moment he doe, he move up to clan "E." If he win one In that di I i o n. be automatically move up to Class "D" race and. if fait enough, eventually become . a Clan ' "A" or "Stake" dog. BEST ATTHBEE He will race until be 1 four or five years el age, but will hU 'bi prim at ag three.-Female race with mala, ex Never so menthol cept when In feminine cycle. The dog break out from post positions, and usually run five-sixteenths of mile, chasing (he electrified bunny which die-appear into a lii -enclosed box along the Inside rail after they pass the finish Mne. ... Greyhound are good-humored about the rabbit. When they reach the glass box. they all skid to a stop and look Inside at the bit of white fluff, wat their tail, and trot off with the track walker Sometime, especially on rainy night, the bunny is short-circuited and atop. When the dogs catch it. they leap tip and wired Speedy. At Flagler, about T.Me dog addict show up each night to ; an average of tut.). Moatly. they are the eame faces average workmen. wives m (lacks studying form charts and they are there for killing. Most of them do not bet win. place or show a such, but try to select "quinel-las. They wager $1 that tbey can- pick the winner and the second place dog. They bet, say, number and 4 dogs. If the race end with those dog In front, it doesat matter whether they finish in that order, to reverse, the pay off on fl Is high, ranging from about Kt to six or more. There are also doubles wagers, and twin . doubles. The (attar sometime pay f3t.sM or mere. WATCHES BY TV Hecht has six television cameras . la constant focus around the track. Sitting in hi much thai it hides me tooacco taste VIStlNIA eitAHITTIt We place a single drop of natural r menthol hot on the tobacco not in the filter but oh the foil wrap inside the package. By 'this unique, patented processVthe'.men T ' ? thol through the tobacco to give you v 4 refreshing coolness ;but never so much menthol that it hides -the ii tobacco - taste. International king v size length, , pure white filter too. ? - Regular price. 071.7? π'.w a .y ty '.&' M - v;t'u ' "J:4 .I,:J .I,..,., ,-n ji-fyfi "J - . v Canada best tnentkol ctgarette . " v-" '' ..).,' 1,;..;- fi' - office, he can watch betting' windows, track, or peek inside the kennel to see what I going on. John Boggiano, of Palm Beach iron of the early proponents of dog racing, and has led the fight to make it a respected sport. He and the other track owner from Apache, Arizona, eastward realize that there i a lot of money to be made in honesty racing, and a lot to be lost in permitting, one fixed rc to blacken the record. A one who looked upon run ning dogs as something comical. I was surprised to find that Eugene Mori, owner of Garden State track in New Jersey, end Hieleah in Florida. i a dog addict. Horse Jockeys like William Hartack handicap the dogs nightly and bet big sums. The dog requires no Jockey and there it no such thing a a foul claim. A dog who lose three race in a row it dropped in das, but he it alway doing hi beat. A grey-haired lady, knowing I bad never seen a dog race before, advised me to try a qukMtla of I and T in in the second race. What could I loseT I bet the $2 and It won. paying SIM. I (topped to thank her. "Boy," 1 aid. "did we clean up?" She scowled. "You did I bet I and I." "But why did you tell me I and 7?" I said. 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