Betts, Pette And Brundage Bills, Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-30


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BETTS PETTE AND BRUNDAGE BILLS ALBANY N Y March 29 The Belts bill im ¬ posing a 12 per cent tax on thoroughbred track receipts which has been reported favorably to the assembly is scheduled for passage while strong opposition is sure to develop to the Pette bill which would prevent oral betting bettingIt It is believed that the racing organizations of the state have no objection to the added tax In fact they are said to welcome it as an official recognition of racing as it is now being conducted conductedAssemblyman Assemblyman Brundage of Orange County is pre prarhig a bill which would abolish the salaries of the state boxing commissioners which in effect would mean abolition of the boxing commission The Orange County solon believes that a higher class of men can be obtained by the state to supervise not only boxing but wrestling horse rac ¬ ing baseball and the like sports hul that they would serve without compensation from the state

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