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Billiards *? Automobiling & Chess S Other Sports RECORDS G? WH BANG New World's Marks Set by Mc? Donald, Eller and Boniiag. ATHLETES IN TOP FORM Good Sized Crowd Sees/iStirring Performances at Irish-Amer? ican A. C. Gamss-. t>rofc(M right ?ar;cl left nt .:' indoor games of the Irish \thi.ti? canto at MadUM? Square i night. In this r ??set the Man shone ?n field ?-?s well as-track cona ? taculir perform that csedlted to the p? : nhag in the :..'*mo-metre race The Irish-Amci: ? Girted from '?obi CoOlns fifty .'ind ? tod that William .1 Kramer and Loujs Soett, the previous rec? ord holder, wouhi be among th?- starter* but nelth? in th?- earl) Staates Ob-ena-ryer looked like a winner. The National A. ? *. runner ! along smoothly, and for ,l lim?- Sept his distance in frord of the scratch man. ri like B machin.- ror th.* ?rst which he coe-ered In <. 12 3-5. He :t Collins at two miles, Bonhag's time The only pemosi in front of Benhas then wneObermeyer, and the irlsh Ameri.nn rnnner came up to his m.m at two and one-half miles. -, Bonhag tried lo se . ""Oby" cut loose, *t* lh? pa ? soon toi.i. .ml when the former finally saade bis m-.o-iu?* effort ! rt Obermeyer quickly, Bmsnmg strong? ly Bonhag WOS by half S lap bl IE minutes 6 i-., escande This beal the ?.i?i r-ecord of , i? by Bi otl at Celtic Park last ? ML r t?. this* I'.-.t McDonald, the ISS pound sinnt. s?-t another world's mark for the It-pound shot Tbe massive Cell burled th?- weicht it tant n Inch, which suri th? old mark ?if W feel o lachee, made bj ri; Rose at Travers Island In IS07. good steed ?,- wd eras on band. The Oiled slowly, but th.- hit?- arrivals missed little, ?as it -?vis ?lose to !? o'clock by the time the management trot tbe first hent of the sprint away. Another world's record wenl ty the board when .la? k Ellei*vra? ? ?I to Victory In the first lieat of the Hi-yard hurdlts. Starting iiom scratch. Eller ?efl lus mark lik>- s 1 skimming the timber? with ? i*. an Inch to spare, he quickly took th?* l?ead. hi? i? d tbe tai??- in '? seconds This btal the previous rec?Md of !?1-J. made by himself at Celtic I'.itk as though envious of his brother's succssa I...1. Kller made a great effort to dupllcal * this time in the next heat. Although be w??n from scratch, his time was 9 1-5 seconda. :n the Aral heal ??f the ?5-yard special a. T. Meyer, tbe Indooi ? hamplon at tTie ?listen ?-. won by a \ar?l from Hal li? the Xavier crack. Meyer got ??ft his mark like a flash, gaining his advantage In the first few stlid? a. The time was 8 \ ends. Jim R.nberger won the second th ? greai race with C. B. <*la-k. Inch - irated theee two at the t ipe. . Anoli? i* Ufhtning-like start practically Pk *kr decisive beal for Meyer, lb- had BJ ,.rk at the tape W Th- winner's time was s )-.'. seconds. J. J. Archer started from the two-foot - tn the first heal ?>f the 75-yard ?lash. American sprinter was un W B. Canigan, of Georgetown CnlverMty, won, akir-.j by an allowance ?if sis feel ? ?'lark, of the Xavier Club, had two teel In hli h.-at and uot the pla-ce. Tritt 1er. ihe much sdvertised German pion, did not start. It was ? aid that be had not complied with the registration I ions. Th?- linal heat resulted Is a ?lead heat for hist place between D. J, Ferris, of the L?OUghlln Lyceum, and P J. Reynolds. ..f the New fork Athletic dub. Ferris had fourteen feet handteap and th<* Men Tort man two toot less. The time was 0:?ns 1-?>. Jn the run-off Ferris was caujjht napping ?\hen the Run sent 'h?-m away. Beynolds Sjslulsi a yard there. Reynolds won by four fset \n I - rough nature of the track OS .?! falls In the I.MO-yard handicap run. " Ani'in? those thrown wss Jack Monument, tii? former national mile champion. A R. Klviat. the !.?""->ar.i national champion, was ?lown as ihe ecratch man, but be fail?-?! to stait. Busjene Gllm?ore, a Dominican nu runner, won from the 46-yard The time was 2:XL Th?- Eller brothers put up a greai in the final heat of the hurdle At the half way )>oint Jack led bv a yard, but ?is brother almost "nailed"1 him at ths tape The time was attain J seconda Those who had gone t?i the Canli-n i-\ pectlnu to me s. C, L-aurrence. the pb?> nSlllSlial hiKb Jumper from Harvard, w ?e disappointed. Lasrrea-ee wrenched his back vvhih- skiiiiK S f.-w ?lays a??? ar.d now is in ? ttest? r ??st. it may be w?.k ; before the national champion will be seen in action again. The on?- mile op.-n relay rr**.?-? resulted 1n a victory for the New Yoik Athletic Club , consisting of McKenna, Prick. Rlc.i nvMi.i and Ds Grouc?hy. Their total haadl cap amounted te M yards The first toanri Of the ii ish-American club, with Rosen? t-i'ur? r. Kiviat, Phop-.anl atid Glssing run? ning ta named, was on scratch Kivi it and Glssing made up the most ground f?>r th? ir side, bur at the end iv Grouch) beal uR by live yards. Th? time was :\:Tt 1-."?. . I?. .1 heat ?Xl??-oi I' J 1'irr UMiKhtln Ovsl ?11 feet), su.! i York A. C. (12 Krank fc" Holloway, N'?-.\ v?.?k \. ?* ?in feet), third Time, 0*OS'?. Kun-ofT woe l?\ Remolds Time, i?.ii i '?" thendi? K? Won t.. Kill?' i e ?. Dominican Lyceum 149 yards) t g Iv?Un, K..r?ib?i!ii t:.i\?-r>i-n (SB yard*?), K .1. Bsaa, tiish tinerii?ii v c (10 tarda)! thir?1 Time. ?.'-.-Jl ?'" ! ' "tlit laps; Won ?>> Manhattan Preparatory in Townsenri llarrli ?lo yarda), third. Time. ? :.? . A. T. Mi-.. V ?? ; c |1 Xavi?: A A s. ond; Hal M?-?-laiiil. Xavier A \ third. 1 II *ihi?. indlcspi Won lo ? .In; I ?i. v i* isci st. m. sec iTtj Wheelmen tscrs walk (handicap??Won by B. Renz, lames M v ?* ilQU ? w T Allen, analta -h?sd ? 130 Pulling IH pound **h t (handicap) w.?n I ,\!? l'i.i ai ?!. iii-b A i ?? t ?.. i. A, i* (scratch), ?i?i \ I Ri? h. Irish An.? 11 an \ ?* ? ? on4, u III a put ?f i ''tank. Irixh Amerl? an A - '? .. ? ? tiiii.i. with a rut of :;t I In * Won In Pat McDonal I, Irl v. ?* . mIHi Ha IfcOi ?'h. un ?iih ?. iiiH.u <?f ir. r... io I J. ?'alilll, Irish Amerl with a throw ? f H fe. t !< thirl Itunnliis l'i?h ?un.?i .hmcl? i|.i Won ' \ ?hau .) v ? i,-, ini-hesi. rf jump o? ."? ? * '.? inches: K. Jennlngx. A. ? * ?- In h -i. h m? a Jump o| . ???? oii'i; 11 j Urunp? It, Nes forl a ? with a )uwp of .". r?. i 11 ; ihandlrap) w, n Irhh Ani'-i I? *:, A. nnsl - n (?Ulna. Iilsn Am? man A ii t?% ?" Wen l.v ?; P Kin. lull. I lh r.'.lclloflr jr., h ...,,i i?' ''' ' ' . third. ?Jtr..- 4 . : Klsht rare v\'on i M i? Hssoian 1 .1 ... ? v <? ?II? ?I? ?till .. Il ,-h A'i?.r?. ?.. A ? ttcrjtrrii; Rol-r- '.'?? ?.grtown lni-.?i.i ? y.iik A (' -. i ,rd Tliif. ?i OU. SPEEDY RELAY TEAM OF IRISH-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CLUB. DOYLE WIMS AT BILLIARDS Defeats Hawley in National Class C Amateur Tourney. The preliminary fames of th?-* national ?'lass c, amateui billiard ?"bampionehlp tournament? for 112 playera, wt-re com? .plated last night, when M. J. Doyle, of Harlem, defeated Dr. W. H. Hawley, of Deabury, Conn., by i? acore of "SO t ? ? 142. D?>.\-ie is nos the winner ?if his section, and will play in the final Ramea, arhieh will begin to-night. Doyle's high run of ' ,-?t the last Innings of the tamo end wai unfinished, ll?* als.? made a n and a bi ice of 12*e. Dr. Hasrley'a high run was 15. and h<* also made a brace >>i I2"a, all of ihem toward the close of the game. Doyle played safe, and very little was left for the Danbury doctor, who failed t?i acore in thirty-two of the aizty-tbree Inn? ings Doyle was tmahl?* to make a tally In twenty-els tanfogs He started "(T strong, oollectlng If In hi? aecond Innlnga ami H in the next. This gave him a lead that Dr. Hawley was tmable to overcome, There are now four players left in the tournament: ?B-sorge Bpssr, ol Morrlatown, N. .1.; C. B. Terry, of PsUsSdeS, N. V; BylveateT i.. Levy, of Hartem, end Doyle Levy and Spear will play the Brat fame ol the finals to-night, ami Terry will play lha los<r on Moodsy Bight Then* will be no game to-morrow The store by inninc** follows: Doyle I, 1<\ 14. 0. 1, 4. ?I. !>. ??. B 0. <i <> 0 1". '14 1'?". US ??'. 1 b, B 4. 7. 1. 11. 1. I, <> :, 4 ?;. 12. IS, ". 0. 0 0 2. ??. o 9, o. il. i r, o. ?? is, -. 9, a, .? ?? O, a, .'*. 2, t?r*. total, MO; averag? :: 11 M. Hav,l?\ o. .'. 1. S, 0, I, ?>. 1. 1, 0. 11 ?1 ?1 ?1 0, 7 ?. 0 3, 0, 7. 7 ?1. n ?>. ". 1 ?.' .. I ?1 1 1. n. 1 ?:. n ? 0. 0, I, ?1, ?J. f I, 12. :?. n. -. 4. 1 12, 1. <>. 2 7. 1ft, ??; total, U2. average, 2 II ''?"?? Refere? B. Harne?. a REARRANGE GRAND CIRCUIT New Order Puts Meeting at Pittsburgh Before Buffalo. Cteveland, Jan. 2">.?According to ?Teoi?*" j. Dietrich, secretary of the Grand rirrnit, Borne chang? * hare been made in th.* big line f.'i liiiht harness hors.*.?. The season will o?,, n ?m July I at Orsnd l:-<i-Ut**?, and meetings thereafter wljl be held at Kaia mazoo, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Huf faii>. Boston, Bslem, N 11 : Hartford,fiyra? ?.aus?. Michigan State Kalr (Detroit), Co? lumbus Ohio, and Lexington, Ky, The aea s?,n x\i'.\ ci?me ?n the Isat-named city on October IS. Then* will be a total of thir? teen mietinRs. with fifteen consecutiva of ra< Ing. The plan for the dates originally con? templated that Puffai" shook] precede Pitts? burgh end Bslem precede Beaton, bat this arrangement was altered hacsuae of the disadvantage it would mean In shipplnf*. Columbus and Ixxington are the eltifl that are to hers two weeks' meetings. ATHLETICS AT COLUMBIA Short Schedule Arranged by Manager for Gymnastic Team. Columbia will he reprasealed in only live dual gymnSStte meet? thl? xr-ason. aevord Ing to the scbadsle nrMeb wnn saaooaeed ?day by llarrv A Fisher, gradu?t? manager of atblstJes it la the r?iorteetong that Hi" lOasal team has gygg had. and ther.* Will h?' only one m?, t, that with Vale, on the boma tio?>r. The aeaaea win begta with a dual nuit with Pennsylvania, in Phila? delphia, on Fobftiary if, gad will ?*n?i w-iti-, Ihe int. r?'oiiej--iai* 1, at HaverfoM, on ilgrch 8. Inder th?* COacMnf Of OustSV llo.ius, th,. team has ?-..?.?i prospecta for a gnrnnaeful |h few of lust year's ??i?>r ans gra on hand for the \tfli team, chedule follows: SUNDAY'S NEW-VORK TRIBUNE Ma?ed anywhere in the United States *or $2.50 a year. t David Bruce-Brown to Meet Foreign Stars in Grand Prix Well Known Auto Rac? ing Pilot Signs Con? tract with the Fiat Company. David I.. Hrui-.-Prown. twin' erlnner of the Qrsnd Prize rare at Savannah conaldered by mam the greateei <>f the world's road rae.* driven", will mesgurs his -kill againal the stai * of Burop? on th? own ?round next sumitaer. Il<* has *4gl ed with the Kiat Company, of Turin. It i driv?* one of it.? cara in the French Grand Prix in June The Information rea h**d ihl country yeaterday in a letter from Turin i under date of January i". i When Bruce-Brown weal abroad with Ralph de Pelma a few weeks .?a.*? h" said that t.:*-- Intention waa t<> obtsln an engage m? nt for th. Qrsnd Pria. At that time he had an id? a that the 1'iat L'OOipsn) might nol take perl in the ?lassl?* contest, and it was his Intention In that ?ase to u?. :? i one ?if t he French < ars. ' To-da* i signed up with Plai (a I i Pris t.. i?- run next June in I**ia ! Bruce-Brown writes ''Lorraine-Dietrich, i am told, are building some tin.- .ars. 12-'. by .'*. h llllm? 1 ? -. bore ..t*l stroke. i?'t 'I ?? rai?' 1 understand they laa.? decided to race ?n a ?.?k way, both here and in \ lea The] ma*, bulk! great cars but, be? lieve in? th? y will have to go ..m. 1 the nea Plats, which ere going t<> !*?? th? real 1 lass. There la quite a lot "f li BENEFIT FOR JOE M'GINN Well Known Boxers to Appear in Ring at Fairmont A. C. Borne ..f th" b?ai boxera in training will h. peen -1 the Pairmonl Athletic Club *Jexi ?IVedn? day night at a boxing ahow ?..huh win he giren foi the benefit of .i??- M?*Qlnn, th?* retaran aporting writer, who 1 critl ??ally ill In th' Kiuks County Hospital, Brooklyn, suffering from a complication of diseases Billy Gibeon ha? donated the use of th. j l*'alrmont Club for the OCCSStOB. and In 'addition will act a- treasurer. Aaeoclsted [with him in making th.? benefit a ucceaa ?aie Danny Morgan, Jae Humphreya, Dan II? Ketli? k and ?>ih?i s "Knockout" Brown and Danny Morgan, his manager, have started ihe Bubectlptlon list, with IM, and Prown ?in meet three of the best hoys of his ?lass in short bouts. Among other volunteers for Iht? csuae, each of whom aill box men In their 1 Ig an Carl Morris the Oklahoma giant, Al Paizet, Mike Qlbbona, ,ia< k Denning, Willie Lesrls, Tom Kennedy ami Joe Jeannette, l?verai othere win he a?id.??i to this list m INDOOR TITLES AT STAKE Schoolboys to Compete in League Championships To-night. Tin ninth annual indoor hbjtl s<ti.?"l rhamplonships of the Public Bcboola Ath? letic 'xagiie will he he|,| m the armory of the '.2.1 Regiment to-night Two champion ships will he decided, .'ti? for. the day s? I,mils and the i.i lut for th?* evening schools The atjalghtaway at th.- armory is inly Mcviniv yarda in length. This win prevent th?* runnln?. of tin* Pn-vanl ?lash and urn tiir? ii?i..\a"i Mgh inn.ii?s, which will be replaced b* 7S?yhrd races in ea?*h instan ?? Manual Trsiatns High ?chsol, champion foi gee guoceaslva years, an* favorites for tin* honors, hut Commercial, Krasmun Mall and Pe Witt ?Union will '?< prominent < mi - leaders Morris, Boys' Rich, CensMroa iitnl Tiwiis n?l Harris Hall are oui of tin* running completely, aUhouKh Coauneroa will I?? stron? In the Held eCcnta. T;??' gsshea and hurdle ia.?*s wiii be con? tested at aeventy yard? for the Ural Urn.* I Th?- Junior and .?nlor ?-?print?! and th.* s.nloi- burlier Who hreakti the tape In the final lust will i?* ?i..||t,,| ?altli a n?>w r? ? - or?l. The rtinnliiK hint? lump maik oi I te. t ** , lachee, h.*i.i i,y Veatei Cher, f..? m.r'y of rjg wiit ?'llntm? Utah Sr-hnoi. new rompetinK for tlia* (few Y?.ik Athhti.' ?'lui,, Is in dsngei Walla, e. of the High School Of Oomsai i< 1. Iit.wiiey, of Krasmus Hail, an?, several other hoya aro leaping well. Ir prattl.v r??intly Wallaco jumped j that i?"/* Inchea. In the coming Grand Pris much mor-- than i id an Idea of." The great driver goes on to say thai De | Palma travelled with him from Pa-is t?> Turin, and that ? ? line lime. Tl ? day befor? the i? tt- r a is written be had met.] ? road king of s feet ? *i ? ? t. r.lav , als US .i'"l I visited Nsssarn and wenl through his aew fa? tore n. . .n -n. ih? d end iota n ? i will ready in a we? While i arai In i nn with W and li? m? ry. I will on the ? Uymplc on Februai *? 14." The n? e es n n ill ?iiiv? In tbe git at French re? e 111 ? ? ? ? \m? * t.? laki vast inter? si In tl f ? . ntrj llsti ? ill not ? i?? ?? tin.ii; llttl? likelihood tiiat t !k? pari ?ib? i ?ni. a hlch I n the .small car ?I: Ision . ? * I "? ''" Am iras tie ".* la lian i . on if? mortal l u> a ill pr? - , i id? the enti In I ? ais from t'"-1 ? ounti > Prom ? ? Ins known young ami? Bru? Brown gain? ?i wi.i id w Ide fans ? i?? n he i Ilot? ?i s i- ns , .n- t.. v i? t..r- in the Grand Prise : i nah in r?'?? race for ?m trophy, K? di.s n it, and again brought hli eai home s winner, averaging nil, .,,, i,<? * t..i i mil? - in the last two laps, -?ft? ' ' ? praclcally (?xliaust? I * "as driving ??t ? rste ol more than si eight miles an hour. JTRAINER OF BOXERS DEAD Billy Deluney, Who Handled Jack Johnsen, Hears Last "Count." ? iakiaii'1. Cal Jan - ? Bill) Delaney, ihe famous trainei ?.( boxers, ?ii? ?I hi t to-ds) He had been III foi ? .?..?: month ? ami hi- ?hath was not unexpected While ?.u a v Isll t?. the ila t last .. .?i h<- con? tracted .? -.?.??? cold, complications e( w hlch ? -u*-? ?1 his '!' at!). II , (1ft old. The funeral erlll be held on Baturdaj and the bod) will be cremated Delsne) leavei .. wit?- a n.i two slstei Th? litt? i live In N.w York Stats. li. lane) llv-ed slmosl I I ? ntlrs lifetime on the l'a. ill.* ?'?.asi il. aras Inseparably ? o? at'-'i wiih th?- hi- i??i j of amateui si i professional boxing In Fhe West. He was a pioneer in rigorous training methods, en? forcing rigid discipline sad plenty of out? door work, to which h?. ascribed mueh nt his success. Del? ne) srss s boxei <>f coi? slderable non-, as s/ell as .. trainer, and ? tew ...... .,L,.i ?-. : v? .i .? i .?t ring partner for his men. Whlls he was thoroughl) familiar win every aspect si the sport, r defending u tanchly and advancHng Its Interests In every possible wey, Delaney was not haavlly Int? t. ?si? ?l financially ami ra? I) mole lar*-***?? beta. Delaney trained man. of the most promi? nent tighter ?>r the last twenty-Sve year?, including Jack Johnson, Jamei .1 Jeffrl? Jim Corbett, Joe rhoynskl, k\ Kaufm.ni nn?l Jlmmle ihitt. it?- ban?ii??i Johnson for hi championship flghl with leff riel at Reno, N?-v , on July l. l'.'l'i. an?I WM also IliMru iii'm.11 in .n i anging t he mat. h ? RESENTS LASKER'S ACTION Manager of Capablanca Indig? nant at Chess Player. rpon his r.'turn to the cltv yesterday, at. I.i an al. .in? ?.f several days. I?'. I). IU>s?i bauit, repreeentatlve ?.f Josd R Capablan-ea, ohatteagsr for the worlds chess champion? ship, saw for tin- lust lune tin* !.. ? nt stat? ln.tit iii.-ol?. by Dr. PmsnUSl l.askt-r, the tin., balder, la which the bitter declared tb? . hall.*lu.- i.ull an?l void, chiefly on a?* ?ouiit ?>f the tons of tt.e Cuban's letter an?i his alleged attempt to Impose his ?ten con dltlons upon tbe ? bamplon. This action by Mr l.a-h? r. as well as hi* public attack Upon bis yOUnfl rival. was deepl) reeented by Mr Roeebeult, who made his feelings known in unmlatuka! ie Taking Dr Leaker at his jrord, ??.ipaiiian.a'h manager promptly ?at down ami wrofe ..?it u plot.* t r. I. ilf of I'apa blanca and addreesod it to Wattai i*. aa Shipley, president uf the Franklin ChsM riub, ol Philadelphia, which club ha.i been name?! by in I.a-k? r In ?as., the t'uban chos.? to protest Um ultimatum of tbe I wurld'b cliuinjptou. ? SIX MONTHS FOR AM Featherweight Champion Found ; Guilty of "Stalling" in Bout. GOODMAN ALSO SUSPENDED Boxing Commission Takes Action j After Investigation of Battle With "K. 0." Rrown, ? Aha Attell, the feetherwetght rhampton of the world, who has hron a hoxer for Fourteen I i ai I, was found guilty by the State Athletic ?'ommisslon yeaterday of i ? faking and Stalling" in hin hunt on .Ian- j uarj II with "Knockout" Brown st ?he. National Sporting Club of America. As ai punishment he was euapended from en - in hojcln?; contests ?n this state foi , sl\ months Snd is h:irre?| for the same i from entering ?my . luh where boa* Ing Is held. The commlaaion found that Atteii's testi to the i?ffe??t that he was druf??.<?d on th>? nlRht of the bout was false, ??ml that it waa i aubterfuge to excuse his poor show- ? Ins before the patrons ?if the club, who' paid 17 apiece In man? Inetanrea f<>r seats, j I ?nin*. ?'..".ilman, the <*hii?f aeCOftd Of At-1 tell, al-.? waa suspended and barred from every boxing club by ?h<* ? ommisslon for j s \ month* for giving false testimony h?*- i fore the commission t?? the effect thai he . ha?l "hear?!'- that Krank B. 0*Nell, one of I the boxing commmstonera, had made a i.?*t ! of (M "n Ihe Attell-Browh (.??.ht, which ho had lost, .-in<l that because of thla loss n wea .or.* and had start.*.I th?* Investigation, Th<? commlaaionera also announced that an Investigation of the National Bportlng Club would be made, and that the teeti-l mony would h<* considered with the Idea <?r r tin?? It to the proper authorltUti for further action should the t*oncluelona war? rant it. Mr. O'N'ell. In announcing the derision of the rommlsslon after hearing two ad'li tlonal witness? s. yesterday said: "Our reasons for r<'a>*hin?? th<* conclusion Sgalnsi "At. II are has??'! on personal Ott? aervstlos of conditions Ihe nisht of the ilKht, as both ?Major Dtxofl and my ??If were preaenl at the bout Ws are convinced that at tliis public hearing f.ils.- an I i lured chargea were mad" agalndt the eiui? physician to th.- efSoct that h? had admin? r an overdoea of ??saine to AttelL "We also take Into consideration the reputation of Attell u lo his creditably aa .? altiK ? Danny Goodman, one of the witnesses of the previous day, t.stifle?! that ha had] 'heard" Jimmj Carroll, a Ban Francleco boxer and on?* of Attell'a aecottda, say he i h i i "heard" some oae elee say that Com* missioner Krank 0*Nell had wagered $'?" ?on the bout, which be lost, sad because of this the Commisaloner was "aore" and had made this the grounda for an Investigation. ?II, who is in this city traininx for a bout .?pp. ?ted voluntarily i?"f?irt* the ? om mtaaion yeaterday snd contradicted Q.I? man. Ha was aaked by Commlaetoner O'Nell: "? "Did you t.ll Ooodman that you had beard thai Commlaeloaer O'Netl had bet $'," on the fight?" Carroll replied "No, sir I did not say anything of the kind to him. Carroll test.? ti-.i tint he thought Attell should have made a bett? i allowing What was his weight?" he was asked M ? 1"! I ?IVOII i don't know. ptlaeAghtera .ir" like prim??. donnas on ojueetlona of axe wh> n speaking of Hi, Ir weight. th it's s ?**? erst of Um a-am?* Son'l ilk? t?. s,-.. anybody looking on when Ihej are weighing, snd -, neraOy th ? :r"?r i didn't Instsl on knowing what vtteii w.icir.'i" Carroll admitted ? alna waa a n* a thing tu him in the v lame, and added; 'I haven't not ? in the hoxin?- game r.s that" \- thi witneeeee,were summoned and ? same law- governing ?.?.it iii th.* Supreme ?'.?urt. aritneesea msy ? ? ?? m Ictlon, be ? umahed In the as) for perjury, and :t w..s in this i.iiiurtion thsl th.? commlaaionera declared would revlea tin* evtdeii? carefully and decide whethei further prosecution ma. t? recommended to u?. proper legal uuthorities Attell hsd aa ertctl ?h>n he ABE ATTI'.l.i. fors 'he commission that if he was guilty. he would be willing to SOSSpt :>unishment barring him from boxing In this state for life. Commissioner O'Netl sms particularly in ?limi.int ?iv-r the report that bs had spade ? wager on the light. "There Is not a word of truth In the statement." h> said. "It evidently was a remark mud?- out of whole cloth for tin- purpoa?' of dlerredlllng and prejudicing me In the eyes of the public." "W'??. tiie commission, composed of two men. Major I'ixon and myself, stand alone it? trying to enforce the law an?i control of boxing In this slate, ati'l w.? ask for the assistance of every newspaper and every good citizen In this work to place boxing or s lawful basis an?! keep the sport dOBS of every ohjectlonabb? featur?*. The so called llorton law was abolished because of the greed Of some managers and pro? moters." No inkling of what may dev?|op In the proposed Investigation of th-? National Spirting Club was given by the commis? sioners. SLAP AT BOXING BOARD Bill Introduced to Legislate It Out of Office. * By Tflezraph to The Tribune 1 Albany. Jan. 2.'. Assemblyman Allen, of ??neida County, to-day Introduced a bill to r?p. al the Krawley boxing law* of last year and then to re-enact the identical law It repeals. The effect of the measure would be t?i abolish the present state Athletic Commission and require the (lovernor to appoint another one within thirty days after the passage of the bill and Its ap? proval by the Governor. Senator Prawley, when his attention was called to it this afternoon, said that h?' had not hear?! of It before He said he thought It a foolish proposition. A bill introduced early In the session by Senator Sax.? provides for the repeal of the Prawley boxing law, and is in line with the recommendation of Governor DU in his annual m? s.-age. THRILLS FOR "POLICE CHIEF Jack Johnson Gives officer the Ride of His Life in Auto. fhlcagn. .Inn IS.?There Wan a fast mtn reeterday when lack Johnson felt Im? mune from .im*-* for speeding his radng car. He had Chief of Police \|. Weeny as his guest OH ?? trip from ihe ?it*. Hall i? the stockyards. The h?>av yw.-ight champion had gone to eak th? chief for permission to i> >x in a theatre The chief told him tbsl bs had no time 10 talk that he Was n a hurry to gel to the stockyards ? Von ?an go with fne If you're In such a hurry," said Johnson. "Hurry is my car ? middle name." There wer., a few drills on the trip, but t',? chief warn-ed Johnson that spee?i lawv must be obs? ONE IRE RAW FBff Two Bills Being Framed To Be Introduced at Albany. WOULD DEFINE BOOKMAKING Relief Also Will Be Asked from Operation of the .Director?!' Liability Law. ? Two Ulis designed to permit a revival ef racing in thi? state are now being pr****** Sarad an?! will be presented at the current session ol tbe Legislature. The meaaurej will be framed to define bookmaklng with out writing und to relieve the director? of ? nal liability for betting on their prem? ises wh.-n such violation i? without their COnsettt or knowledge. A w.ll known horseman, who has a thor. ough knowledge of racing legi??iatlon ?all day: 'The recent decision of the Court Of Ap? peals in the Lambrix ease means that p?. ti??ns of the sport may atten?l the roc*? arlthoitt any fear of molestation or arrest, ?t is a considerable victory for the .?port, but it l?a\.s no di-flnitlon of boo km-iking without writing. The Legislature should make this point clear. Front the first the 'jockey Club .'?n?l the track managers want ???I to b?. strictly within the law, hut th? law Is too smMgOOOS and ur'll It Is deAn<?d properly there Is sur?- to I.? confusion. "The ?leeislon in the Lambrix ?ase has Its principal value In that It safeguards the casual visitor to the races. It doe? more than that, for It makes perfectly legal the personal wagers on baseball games, ?lections, etc., lhat the law, undtr a previous interpretation. :tia?le IliegaL" By reason ?.f lbs proTlsloni "f tl ?- lia? bility law* that made owners an?1 ?lire, tori of the race com ses personally UabMff whether or ?lot tln-y srers aware of viola? tion of the law. the ?Jockey ( lub track? in New York were k?-*?t cloned last BSaaOtS. The new bill will b* framed with a view to satisfying tbe demands of these who are oppose?! t?. pubHc bookmaklng, while relieving owners an?i directors from per? sonal liability. It als?, was announced that an effort would be made to bring the various race courses under the htrtadt-etton of star- po lice, as a further guarantee that the law*? Would bs enforced. one track earner said jeslsnssjr ths! un? less the dlrctora* liability law wa gsnggsg* 1 ed there could Im- no racing in New York this year, li? added "The conditions are just the same as they were ?n September of 1910 so far at the tracks are concerned. The decision In the Lambris caes ?s a satisfying on it has n.ithing to do with the liability law, and ?so long as it exluta no track will og i ouen?'?J." ; BET DECISION CLARIFIED Attorney General Interprets Highest Court's Ruling. I Albany. Jan. 25?A person who rec.-lves a memorandum of a bet recorde?i by snodMf [person cannot be ? riminaiiy h lating the anti-gambling law?, a.cording to Attorney General Carmedy's Interpr?ta? tion ol the . "ourt of Appeals decls.on ftu.i w??*k. reversing the Judgment of ii"ii of Mi. ha 1 Lambrix. of Buffalo, for accepting a memorandum of B bei on a horserace. The Attorney Oeneral sail, Chief .Judge f?llen, In writing the ? of the <'out of Appeals In the Lanibrlx |.*ii:t??l out that, while th? Legi? lature amended th?> penal law .-?> make it a crime to ???Ming or hookmakiiig. with or with., it wtltim,. I lavr ? be recording and registering of beti. I The Court of Appeals held in the lieh tee sieln ?a-?*. ? iin-h was .l??*i?i??l before tin last amendments were msds to I ? ?nil gambling laws, tha* making s bel una? - e? mpanled i>v a re*or?? or regUtry, ?at* not a crime The law since then ha * lot been charged, a fa.-t pointed out by ?.'hie.'Judge Cullen. SUNDAYS NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Wailtd anywhere in the United States for $2.50 a year. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES. GASOLINE *****. JLST ELECTRIC I TM?KS UP to the present time it has been the custom for one motor truck manufacturer to produce cars to handle work of a certain sort, another manufacturer, cars to handle work of a different sort. 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