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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, i92M

"TH-IS MICH-IGAN DAILY

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EIFFECT'S Of COA 0L'
BTR IFET HERE
Loal~a Coal Yards 0Out of Anthlracite;
T'ied up ('oaailtoa ,I orctell
Secrioius $loriage

MUST USE SUBSTITUTES
Effects of the st rugglce between the
Soperators andnzi inrs in the anthra-
cite coal fields5 over the aidoption~ of
a new agreement are being felt lo- 3
cally, Ann Arbor coal dealers (declare,I
and there is now a definite shortage
of this fuel with little hopes of re-
lief in the near future.
There is no sup~ply of anthlracite
coal in the yards of local dealers and
it is now impossible to get shipment
from the fields. Orders are either
being cancelled or filled by using sub-
stitutes although few pleople are wvill-
ing to accept these according to the
dealers. Conditions foretell a serious
shortage this winter, in the opinion of
many coal men, who urge that the
public accept anthracite sub',titutes
in an effort to force a settlement.
The Scranton Chamber of Com-
merce has sent questionnaires tol
other chambers throughout the United f
States in an endeavor to learn the 1
facts regarding the situation outside
the coal district, and to hasten a set-
tlement between operators and min-
ors, whereby "the industry, the opera -
tor, the mine worker, and the public,
will be protected froze the business,
and, wage losses, and the inhumnani-
ties incident to industrial conflict."
The questions request information re-
lating to the intensity of the shortage
in each locality, what steps are being
taken to permanently use substitutes
for anthracite coal, what these sub-
stitutes arc, andl what the general at-
titude of 'the average anthracite coal
user is toward the present suspension
of coal mining.
Mr. Leonard Manyon, newly ap- I
pointed to the staff of the history (Ic-
partnment, is a graduate of Oxford un-
iversity, not of Yale, as was stated in I
a recent issue of The D~aily.

Confessed Thief PHRAOOYBIUN
SHELTERSANOTHER VvIF
:.;.. Clayl od( I ni Class q uS ' d o t o
' :"::":;;I 1 ,;riner ><>«g Biaidigb1) Over-
C row ded C(onitimi
<" :; ? z:: ' :; ::: :;Sic th time fneweri ldin, le
f :.... ::;:;;::...:;',:::;" :::::has, been a irefuge fl ii ~ el s,;ci
I .{:: -. . .... .. :: j f( Again it is for c E o eliza ;g' h
aspect of its interior to s~uit the::(:w
for a medical ampitheater and sdawsas'oi h tm f
l: hilt until the erction oz ti e i
eut medical lbuildliig. l atee it ;,
I cniziged i ,,itlit(a1 11.1orl ndy i
into a..2~1 i18.y lalboratory. i~et WOeel
:;::.. ., r.:_.:>;<:::-s::.;;:-: ::" : 1time" oitier classes have u:sed it u iii i,
thycould find bett _rz cuarit ers and
_______________________Move into t hen). Now it its assuingii
the aspects of a studio, fee lack of
room has forced Mr. C. W. Angell's
J. H.Hunter, whey confessed, At- I classes inl clay modeling to meet, there.
lanta, Ga.,police aver, to being lead-theTisf lti(J118 ted l re roofm ha s from
e r of a galig which stole 500 autos lectures on medicine andI animal niis-
in various cities of the country, says section to clay inodeling.
he is a Yale man.* rpjlc overcrowded Archites tural col-
__________________________i lege is now spread out inittiree dii-
1 b ient ibuildtings. It vwas coriginallyE
I ttl() investnmeiit-~ big; return s, L.'ie j yvenamplle space in the wesit willy,
Daily Classifieds.-Adlv. of tlie engineering buildinig. Theii

An ) pmprop vial ion has been madeI
0' w neflw building t~o house the Ar-
1' t toral1 college but plansx have not
I c (Ii 18oploted 811(1work can not
,? fol1'some11 ei ile.
IREINO, Ne., Oct. 10.-- One lperson
ofid (1 ec tsil 82of the Whole lpopula-
15~ o (f Nevad f ifs a fill time student
ofi th ie Ste ul livi"ity.

draiingin t111x i~' 'I~
iCaime hier' e, vI y tn Ar
jwhere lie has been I'sijo
a] years.
110o hausdlls nilo
and w xas in clli ° fHwtC l( 1Fo)~13ire of tie' '
)ainy ie 111allt A1Ii(u: ,A

tIir a ii incr'ease in enrolm1ent rooms B~usby, Dye Expe"cr1,
0 TO iv 08 t) it in the mu11sty, oldI
bling wh ichi also houses the auto-I N\anmed ro .'f,~s
j111v OInielboi'-Atories. And now acutel
ov e - 'owti iig has forced the (clay mod- I-- -
c~l ~ '~ss110int he decrepit P har- ilbbad ', 1)8 iie.tw'd ulig sir o uxc ritbysl P o'

~~n £lc ii v hyon ques- CHI1CAGO0, Oct. 10.-Because of c-
'u' ii.oor. cellce in the'i r orkas freshlmen;f
>e ,*y is I Pi lr ilor, h 1y20 members of. the class of '28 at tht(
u'clnii'1 1)11)0'S n Iiversity of 'Chicago have been
IWO''n ';Iv,- aared scholarships covering their
)hi i~itlo. for the entire sophomore year.
a a aFor every article for sale, thereisci
x'.Thi., ut 0, Dea Ia buyer. Reach him thru Classitied .
it0 the Yale law at Qh } g
sue ' tiu~~t(dli ~ ~UUUQt L~U!~I' Phne in:
to date is Cad1.;8705
iie 'Q8'e 01HOin te j Whea in Detroit (on t fail to see
The STUDENT PRINCE
Atlmast tbe 104T% Operetta
Nigljt'a 5cc to $3. Sat. Mat., goc to $2.50.
ilAd verl'iers.--Adv. , Popular price .Mat. Trhursday. Rest scatsi, $.

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* Ivy,.Ilfaae1 S abot nu and J. 1E. arold Terry
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