But look at Epitaph, he wins
it by a half
According to this here, in
the Telegraph . . .
So sang Rusty Charlie to Benny Southstreet and Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls. The three veteran horseplayers were searching for that eternally elusive winner in the bible of Belmont and Broadway, The Morning Telegraph. No other publication in the world was so well-informed on such a will-o'-the-wisp subjectthe ponies. The Telegraph was the Wall Street Journal of the racing world, and its 30-odd pages crinkled on every railing from Santa Anita to Hialeah.
The Morning Telegraph was so valuable a guide, in fact,...