Brooklyn Standard Union Tuesday, Sept 11,1928 Court News Skilled at Checkers Convinces the court Autoist was Sober No one can be intoxicated and beat Patrolman William LIPS,of Astoria Precinct, two games of checkers straight, so Hugh MACKAY is a free man today. MACKAY, an artist,of 47 West Eighth street,Manhattan, was before Magistrate Peter M.DALY,at Long Island City Court,on a charge of driving while intoxicated. He was arrested by Patrolman LIPS on complaint of Fred CUPPER,of 100 West Thirty-fourth avenue,Crona, following a collision about a month ago between his and MACKAY'S automobilies. When CUPPER failed to appear in court,Magistrate DALY turned to the officer and asked; ''In your opinion was the defendant intoxicated?'' '' I don't think so'', answered LIPS. ''Why do you say that?'' asked the magistrate. ''We played checkers in the back room of the station house, while waiting for a patrol wagon,answered LIPS. ''He beat me two games straight''. ''Case dismissed'',said the Magistrate DALY. I am not related & have no other info.