Foreign News: Pink Tickets

"Old Tatt" (Richard Tattersall) may well have turned in his grave last week. When he founded in 1766 what has become "Tatter-sail's," the most famous horse race betting ring in England, no such pink, blue and green tickets had been thought of as were sold by "bookies" throughout Britain for the first time last week.

" 'Sblood, Sir!" Old Tatt would have roared, "man and boy I've been everything from stud groom to business partner of 'is Majesty George IV*. . . . I've seen a good bit I 'ave! But I never thought...

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