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HARVARD BEATS YALE, SCORE 1 5 TO 5;
50,000 SEE BATTLE AT CAMBRIDGE
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NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913.
PRICE ONE CENT.
YELLOW MIS DEFY
ALL OMRS REDUCE FARES;
PRIVATE HACKSTANDS GONE
Trust Extortion Comes to an End,
and Arrest Awaits Every Violator
of New Ordinance To-Day
Police Are on Watch.
ANOTHER LEAD TO
UP STATE GRAFT
Sends Odt Subpoenas for
Eight Contractors to Appear
Before Grand Jury.
M'GUIRB SPLIT FEES.
AJthough til the other taxicab companies have willingly compiled with
a decision of ihe Appellate Division to reduce rate and abolish private
hackstands, the Tallow Taxicab Company la the only one which has refused
to coma In and to-day It gives every evidence of Ita intention of fighting.
Divided Bonding Business
With a Nephew of Charles
Tha Tallow Taaloab Company
Ural vaeant lota and allsya la various
aeetiofkj of the elty, adjoining or with
in striking dlstanoe of the principal to
tals aad declares It will operate from
them until It toally cornea to some de
cision aa to Just what It latanda doing.
The oompany is urine the private
alloy adjolnlnc the Waldorf and to-day
la handling the "tares" of that hotel
rem this etand.
LAW DOB HOT APPLY TO .:
Tha ordinance doee not apply to nor
go vara any vehicle hired or obtained
from a livery stable or gaaaca and
wMeh does not eoUdt patronage upon
She atraeta; nor to any omnibus running
fey authority of an ordinance, law.
charter or permit upon a Used rout
through the city, and It ts this clause
which the Tellow Taaloab Company Is
using aa a weapon to light with.
It haa reopened '.-ta it previously
rented on Forty-fifth street, west of
Fifth avenue, and another on Thirtieth
atreet, west of Park avenue, from which
plcee It hopei to do the work for the
Hotele Ootaam. Vanderbllt. 9t Regie.
Delmonlco'e. Netherland and Savoy.
However, It Is the opinion of thoee
whs era aunnoaed to know 'that the
fl,h I'nmnanv will have to
all In Una and make application tor
ablto etand licence In a very snort
HERE'S A MYSTERY
WITH RIVAL SETS
OF ROBBERS IN IT
Detectives Trap Two Thieves
Attempting to Steal From
The officials of the company refused
to predict Just wnst their Intentions
re, when seen by an Evening World
WILL NOT WAIT FOR A TRUST
One ' the first to call ' lie e a ae
the Universal Taximeter Company of
Bast Flfty-tUIrd atreet. who for a num
fear of years have ban enjoying a Utile
monopoly of Us own at Ite stand at the
Knickerbocker Hotel. In the future It
will operate from III enrage,
i nr a mlL or a run uf six
from the 10'1.
Tu-dav au Evening; World reporter I
found two Independent care In front of
the entrance of tne hotel.
"Thli has certa.nly affected US," eM
(be etarter. "Ae BOOB aa the decision
was mado publt yesterday we called In
our cabs and me Independents have
taken per cent, of the buelnese I n
title place since.
People won't wait for a taxicab un
less they really have to. and thlei ex
plains why the independent have been
doing such a business during the past
HERE ARE THE CONDITIONS
NOTED LAST NIQHT.
l The following conditions ware evi
dent on the streets last night, when
nw cao oruinauva cMi .-..v...
asorbitaat cab ratea seemed a
thing of the past.
The thirty -oemt -drop'
Harvard Star and Fullback of Yale Team
Prominent in Battle at Cambridge To-Day.
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Detectives McKIc and Herbert of the
Fifth etreet station, got a tip last rflght
through underworld channels that about
13,000 worth of atolen hair and bristles
for bruehea were etorad In tha cellar at
Xo. 170 East Fourth street. About Ave
o'clock this morning the detectives went
there. They found the door padlocked
but heard some one ..loving about in
side. They quickly unscrewsd the hasp
and let tnemeelvee In.
They found "Joe'' Snlpel of No. 145
Madison street, who eatd he was the
night watchman ami they arrested him
because they also found the hair and
bristles They carefully e. rowed the
hasp back on the door and after de
positing Snipe In a cell, returned and
waited hidden In a doorway across the
street from the cellar.
About ( o' lock along came two young
men who descended the cellar steps.
McKle and Uarherl thought theV had
trapped the burglars but were surprised
to see the newcomers begin to unscrew
the hasp also. Then they realised that
they had come on a second set of bur
glars Intent on robbing tits original
thleveg of their loot. The detectlvee
waited until the men got inside and
then rulbed them.
Once again the detectives screwed the
hasp back to the door after which they
took their new prisoners to the atatlon.
The men eaid they were Nathan Quid
man of No. 1M0 Washington avenue, the
Bronx, and Isldor Goldstein of No. 38
Lewis street. Having locked them up
the dete. tUes hurried back to their hid
FOURTH MAN USES A KEY ON
At 8 o'clock they saw a dapper youth,
swinging a rain coat over his arm,
come whistling down the street,' descend
the cellar steps and open the padlock
with a key. Convinced that they had
the original burglar, the detectives let
hlin get In'ide, and then hurried across
the street and grabbed him. At the i ta
I ilon ne said hs was Samuel Cohea of
' No. H6 Henry atreet.
The four were hurried to Police Uead-
rters to have their finger Prints
it. and the Be. t.ilon experts were
seesaws ' puxsieo tor :i lima oy the discovery of
The Evening World has not only won pnnt wnicn exact, y mat .hed th-
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Put to Rout ! ;xr
iti light for reduced taxicab rates and prints of snipies ringers, ogi
for the abolition of private hack-stand me o.d prim showed the imp.
privileges granted to tnc uxi monopo
lies but there will be printed
ABOUT 8.000 iLTARATE
WANT-FILLING ADS. IN THE
BIG SUNDAY WORLD TO
MORROW. n It Is plain it III not he necessary
for you to hire a taxi, take a car or
tramp yourself Into the doctor's care in
Varch of the position, worker, home.
tNvtstmenL lessons, Bargain, sc., you
' Write Sunday World Adiertis
x - 'j and They Will Deliver What I goods
sty Adxerthe at Your Door, victim
six (Inters on the fit nana. Mmple oil
only the usual rive, but examination
showed that a clever surgical operati on
had removed tne cxtu finger ao nef: .
that scarcely a sear m lert.
nlpls'l record showed that he had
served a term It Klmlfg for burglary,
the police aay, and according to them.
Goldman has d-uio DlBS years in King
Sing for burglary, Conen la under aus
peii leal sentence for a similar offense,
and Goldstein is on parole fro.i. j-.n.
Sing where he had ben serving a llvs
year sentence for burglary.
Meantime the police nave got the
but they can't find the original
Eight contractors on up-State road
work who oontrlbuted to the Democratic
campaign fund In ml or 1M! were sub
poenaed to-day to appear before tha
Grand Jury neat Monday. Baoh of
thoee man Is said to bavs delivered i
check or more than one check to Ev
erett P. Fowler, a, Kingston lawyer, who
le under Indl ' lent for extortion
The oo n tractors who oontrlbuted to
Mr. Fowlor are of ao uss to the Dir.
trlet-Attornsy unless they testify that
their contributions were extorted from
tasm by threats. Senses F. Hall, a
contractor of Cortland and a lifelong
Republican, whose contribution to the
Democratic campaign fund la lit I
caused Mm Intones anguish, la the only
contractor ao far who haa been found
willing to admit that ha gave up be
cause of threats made by Fowler. Mr.
Whitman la looking for others.
Contractors examined by Mr. Whit
man yesterday admitted that they con
tributed, but said It was a matter of
business wth them that they were not
coerced. However, out of the eljrht sub
poenaed to-day the District-Attorney
hopes to dig up at least one who feels
as badly over helping the Democrats aa
did Seneca P. Hull.
NAME OF MURPHY'S NEPHEW IS
The name of Charles F. Murphy eras
brought Into the graft Inquiry yester
day for the first time when George 11.
McQuIre of Syracuse, who started the
whole Inquiry by his seal In trying to
beat "Boas" Kelley'of Syracuse, gave
soma of the deiails of his bonding busi
ness. Mcuulre said he is in partnership
with Charles F. Murphy Jr., who is a
nephew of tits Tammany boss.
Toung Murphy represents in Ibis city
the ssms bonding company that
Uulrs represents In Syracuse. An agree
ment exists between them by which they
divide me commissions on bonds for
up-State highway and canal work and
work on the New York City subwav.
McUutre testified yesterday that he and
Murphy did about 2i per cent, of the
business of the State In bond.ng con
tractors on public woiks.
Mcdulre also testified that In sddition
to getting a commission from the liar
bW Asphalt Company he has been col
lecting a percentage from other corpora
tions which supply material for the
Stats highways. McUuIre became shy
In his answers when Mr. Whltmsn
asked him If hs had not tried to get
Gov. Bolter and John N. Carlisle, Chslp
t an of the State Highway Commission,
to make changes in the specifications for
highway msterial thst would fsvor the
Barber Asphalt Company.
Tha witness said that he "might
bavs duns so." but did not think hs
bad. It was than brought out that the
Standard Oil Company and ths Wsrner
yulnlan Company Bold ths liquid form
of saphall and that ths bulk of ths
rock ssphalt was supplied by the Bar
Mo O) aire admitted he bad sought to
bavs ths words "solid, natural asphalt"
laaerted la the specifications Decease
aa got commissions, or was to gst com
missions, from the Barber oompsay.
WANTED 5,000 FROM RIVAl O
McUuIre was then questioned aa
to his demand on the Varner-4uinlan
company for a campaign contribution of
$6,00u and a commission of one cent i
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1 -&t& : Futures of the Game at a Glance
POINTS FOR HARVARD
BEATING YALE, 15 TO 5
Marvellous Kicker Makes Five Field
Goals in Stirring Gridiron Battle
Against Eli Eleven in Cam
CRIMSON TEAM OUTPLAYS
THE BLUE THROUGHOUT.
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POLICE CAPTAIN'S SON
HELD AS CAR ROWDY
Annoyed Daughters of Lieutenant
Meld Without Bail for Sen
tence Tuesday. '
James PrlCO, tent;-one years old,
sin of the lnt- I'apt. James H. Price of
the Police Department, and nephew
Of Capt. Samuel Price, head of the
Hronx Detective Bureau, to-day was
Mc- 1 committed without bail bv Magistrate
Atpleton, in the Weal Knrms Court, for
further examination on Tuesday on a
charge of disorderly conduit. Charles
Walsh, twenty-one. of Mo, IT? Juokion
avenue, was also Committed,
Two oting men Here grreslad Thurs
day morning on the elevated railiosd
station a TrsmOtlt and Third avinuee,
on a oharge of atteinptlng to Sir I with
the tho youiwr daughter nr Lieut Kr-
neal I Vondiexeisky of the Baal Twen
ty igeond street station. Both oung
men In court to-dsy admilted the
Lteut. Vondleielsky was returning
home at 3 o'clock In the morning with
his wife and two daughters In u Third
avenue elevated train. The I. entertain
and his wife sat togetiier and the two
daughters sat apart from their parents
in another part of I tie car. The young
men stood In front of the girls sud sn
40,000 MINERS STRIKE.
I'rrncb Workers llrnisnil sn Kls;hl
DOUAJ, Francs, Nov. 11, About H'.-
Ouu out ..f o",fiOO inul in mi l i in this
district of Northern Pranoe have struok
work und refuse to rs-SntSf tlie mines
I until their .Iwitand for an slgftth0UI
day Las been grained. Ths movement
lis sprsadlng rapidly and other grtev.
I g noOi of the OjUnsrS have been brought
lo the front.
A committee of miners requested the
(Association of Mine Proprlatori lodsy
gsilon on a!, its liquid ssphalt be could J" .,. , m.. bul thl, ,...,
stale contra' tors. '- . . . r: .
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Isett a hill fixing an Slght'hour day for
workmen in pending oafofs tlie PrSAOh
Parliament and ssay ba voted on .'m
day. Therefore, the proprietors ifllrm
thit It Is useless to dlSOUSt ths mailer
In tne meantlni" frotll l,0(J to ,0P
miners are dally Joining the ranks of
ta ths grot period Briekley, standing on Tale's 30-yard Use, shot
the ball over the goal posts for the first score of the game.
Cfaeraasy kicked osT, the ball striking tho Ortmsoa goal poets.
O'Srlea of Harvard picked up ths hall and toaehsd It behind the Uaa
for what hswenpposed wonld bs declared a tomohbact, whloa doeoa't
ooaat; bat ths referee dseldsd that it Was a safety, netting Yale two
potato and ssahlsg ths score stand 3 to la arrard'e gavor.
At the start of the eeeoad period staowlsa of Tsis kicked to Bflahaa,
who saade a fair oatoh on Tale's ts-yard Una. Oa the aeat play
arloklsy dropped hash aad klcksd a goal from plaoement. Boors I Mar
rard 0; Tale, a.
Za the eeeoad period Mahaa kicked to Wilson on Vale's 40 yard Uas.
Tho elerer quarterback ran ths bsll baoh to Marvard'e 34-yard lias, a
ran of twenty-sight yarde, ths flasst of the game.
Shortly afterward Ouernssy droppsd baoh to ths aa-yard Uss aad
booted the hall over the cross-bar for Tale's second score, making the
tally I Marserd, a; Tals, 8. This was ths way ths half ended.
During the first half ths hsst waa ee lateaae that the players fre
gaeatly paused for a breathing spelt
Jast as ths first half was aboat to sad Oasrassy dropped book at
ths 97-yard Has aad attempted another field goal, bat tha ball want lust
a trifle wide.
In the third period after Harvard .had mahsd ths ball well into
Tale's territory Briekley dropped back sad mads another field goal.
It woo the fourth doww, with a yard to gain aad ths ball ea Tale's
aa yard line. Boors, Harvard, ; Tals, 5.
Oas of ths big features of ths third period was rleklsy's run of
thirty-five yards, only Quarterback Wilson being la tha way of scoring
Again did Harvard ruah the ball close to Tale's goal aad again did
arlckley drop back aad ssors hie fourth field goal. Be ore, Harvard, 13;
Tals, 6. Tata waa ths score whew ths period coded.
About ths middle of the fourth period Brlohlsy again droppsd back
aad klcksd his fifth field goal, this time from ths twenty-yard lias.
This sadsd tha aoortag.
SOLD OUT BYLAW AFTER
NI6HT AT HORSE SHOW
Pennsylvanltn f-nteriained by Prom
incut New Yorker, Then l oses
Home for Debt.
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I.ANi'AXTKIt Pa . Nov B. It. heid
P MrOran and his wlfs of "fit ind View
Ksinrn." I .ii negater, lad) night w -r. ' is
Kueate of prominent Men io-ku si
., Alalia nio I the NsW York llOfSS I "
FOOTBALL CROWD HELD
UP ON THE NEW HAVEN
This motn.ng tlie -n.-t i. r w
Mi 'Ii anu s propsrflss foi PJU,.
Ing Qrand vie mansion Th
Trust I'ompani. ihe princlpa
"How much did you tell the Waraer-
Qulalaa Company they weald have to
glee up osioro tne worse, -solid na
tural asphalt' would be taken oat of
I doa't recall." was ths aaswsr.
Diigni m every thing mhsi inn i naois
se.uie.i und unsecured gggrsgate U0,
Whsn his father, Bernard ' Mctii in
dlgd five ears ago Itichard Inherited
taisi es High living caused hs financial
OTHER FOOTBALL GAMES.
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U' Bennu'ls. t I'lniiu lull. Wait Indies,
noain aassnisi ee wn.n.ae,, n'i las tr.
Wurld Toun RaMristioes, ilrkets s..4 de npu.e
Lie, Of U lue .i noiii.i, j-uavsiL
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SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
WORK MONDAY W0NDERB,
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Locomotives Sent to Helieve Con
fBlHon :md fief Gridiron
Enthusiasts En Route.
tTAMPORD, Conn.. Nov. a.-Trouhle
In the pu verliouie of the New Tork,
New HaVM and Hertford IU. oad ftoni
pany at COKOb, Shortly after t JO this
moininit. dstalnsd temporarily ail train-
f I whl ' were In the ulecti itled tons be
tween thl. Blt nl Wo lawn, Loco
motives a ' re k nl .tot from here to draw
In the easiho'iud trains on whl'h stir
hundreds of roolhal, i llUglaStS bound
for the Vela-Harvard grne at Cam
nernl ManSgSI BardO snd Hher
railroad onVlu's im hem by special
train from N Haven and efforts wet
I made to get tlie expresses through to
Bogton, that those go.ng to the game
' might not be disappointed.
'Ihe liouule had not I. urn overcome st
'for OTHER FOOTBALL. GAMES
AND RACING SEE PA0I 6
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Guernsey's Toe and Safety All That
Save New Havenites From Shut
Out 50,000 See Battle ;
Harvard 3 Yale 2
Harvard 3 Yale 3
Harvard 6 Yale 0
Harvard 3 Yale 0
Harvard 15 Yale 5
THE OFFICIAL LINEUP.
Harvard. position. Tale.
O'llrlsn Left-Knd night Uraua
Hitch, ink Left Tackle Right Warren
Oilman Left-du ejri-ltiglit Psndletoa
Trumbull Centre starting
Pennock Hlght Guard Left Ketch am
rirorer Rlght-Tiurkls Left Talbott
Ilerdwlck Rlght-Gad-Lafl Avery
Logan Quarterback Wllsoa
Italian I .ef t -1 la lffcf-k -Right KnoWleS
Mrudies Right Halfback Lett Alneworth
Hrlcklsy Pulbsck Guernse)
Averans weight of Harvard Has, 1U poundsi avsrsgs wstght of Yale line,
177 pounds; sverage weight of Harvard backfleld, let pounds; average weight
of Yals bsckflsld. ITS pounds; avsrags weight or Harvard eleven, in pounds;
aversgs weight of Tals eleven. 176 pounds.
Probable substitutes for Harvard line R. Curtis, L. Ourtls. Morgan,
Mills, Underwood, Dlgslow, Wlthlngton, Dana and Coolldgo. Cor Harvard
barkfleld-McKlnloek. Kresdley, Bettls and Wlllets.
Probable substitutes for Tals rine Robinson. Way, Coonsy. Roberta aad
tjoughrldge. For Yale baokfleld Cornell, Whsslsr, MacLelan. Pumpelly.
Guernsey and Wiser.
Officials Referee, W. S. Langford, Trinity. Umpire. Neat flnow, Mlahl
gan. Head Linesman, Dave Pults, Brown.
Time of Periods Four, of fifteen minutes eaah. Tims of Gams J o'eJoofe.
st Cambridge, Mass.
By Robert Edgren.
(Kneclal to The Plvenlng World.)
STADIUM, CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 22. Harvard jutfitafd the
betting odd1- to-day by defeating Yale with a score n IS 10 5. While
Harvard showed Hiperiorltv all through the xaine. especially in her back
tield, h was Hiickley' toe that did all her actual scoring. In seven triaLi
Brlckat) klCRBd five field Rotik Tiuernse;, for Yale had several chances
but kicked only one. (iiiernse chances, however, were not as good .is
llgnt time In twelve veaas that Harvard has
won a game on her own home stouikIs.
not only that, hut It Is ths first time
thst Harvard has ever beaten Vale
two years In succeaslon. And Just nee
more little thing-its decisive defeat of
Vale leaves Harvard ths unquestioned
KOOTHALL CHAMPION OF AM mi
ll A for ihe season of 1I1J.
Harvard's stadium la built with a vsst
The Harvard learn nie
us way down o within easv range of
the Blue goal posts. Oumsey hsd to
'Ontenl himself with long shots. 'Oh I
ngle other e ore for YsJe was pro
duced hv hat ,aseisll pis ere would
all aa a "bone."
BRICKLEY THE BTAR OF THE
Hi klev uas tho great stiu nf the
Harvard emu Reside kicking ft -1 1 1 number of entrances, so that a crowd c.,j,
loals hs shared with Mahan the honorM'ome and go quickly and without con
of nsk ng several long nuts. fusion Knowing this the S0.0SO football
U'llaOD made the must brilliant alios I enthusluste took their lime In coming,
lug on the Vale atde. He made a num- I Hut at t o'clock five thousand dotted the
n r of very good runs. It was Wilson wide spreading expanse of gray concrete,
sfhfi desHroyed Harvard's single chance 'a column as wide as ths roadway, ntsrcti
to scon- with a toun.idown when he J ing shoulder to s.ioulder and toe to heel.
eg giu Brlcaley on Yale's sn.yaj'd line.
l-'iftv IhOUgand neonle shw the eaiue.
i n., great rsarvaro stadium aeon t iisvei
ho empty seat in it at i o'clock. Kvery
let of standing room waa taken up.
Iiuaton Is in for a great Harvard cele-
brultvn Ij mgot, for
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this is uu hist ftelght hitu
Bag pushing steudlly along from ths tats
leiie s,le of file river, scross the bis. new
concrete bridge, duan to the cut ran -e
People were massing solidly, hundreds
of automobiles discharging their hue
the crowd and craaUag
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