Jockey #1: I know my mount won't beat yours, naw!
Jockey #2: Ride hard and rats and he will. My orders are to hold Streak back, and let Turtle win.--
Mr. Bunion: I'm no gambler but I'd like to put a little money on Turtle. I think he will win, well, I know he'll win. But as I said before, I am--
Man #1: I'm a hand-book maker. I'll take your set. You might as well make a little money.--
Mr. Bunion: Dogged if I don't! I'll jest bet ten dollars on that Turtle hose! For luck I need the money, too!
Man #1: Sure! Be a sport! I'll give you the odds. Quoted in the papers, opening or closing!
Mr. Bunion: I'll take the closing odds, yes, I think they'll be the highest. Eh, have you got it right now? Second race Turtle--
Man #1: Second race ten dollars on Turtle to win at closing newspaper odds, right, eh?
Mr. Bunion: Who won the second race Mister, who won it? Man #2: A horse called Turtle at a hundred to one! Won it easy!--
[out of panel] EhhhxTruuuh! Racing Edition, Extruh!
Mr. Bunion: Ah! I win a thousand! Yip te dee de diddle de deee! Um! At last! Wow!
Newsboy: Extru Racig Edition Hunert-to-One shot wins! Extruh! Heah! [Extra Racing Edition]
Mr. Bunion: Gee me one, boy, an be gosh hanged quick about it!
[Turtle Wins!!! Over the great Streak. Betting opened at 50 to 1, ran up as high as 100 to 1, then backed down to the close at 1 to 10. Great excitement, millions made an]
Mr. Bunion: Closing odds were 1 to ten! Pshaw! I make one measly dollar! Huh!