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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ________

c I irr ~iLtUII HELP┬░IFIREMEN IN. FIGHTING BLZE
IN NEVA DA COLD 09BOOM- '

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Of 21 Authors Are Added To'

W~ecp b is)trict. Faces Venflict Ov r
Duplic ate Files As Result
O)f New ,Rulsh
RICH GRALVEL FOUND
(By Associated Press)
TONOPAH, Nev., March 14-The
spectre of trouble over duplication of.
ftilin~g on placer and lode claims ap-
peared at Weekah today as the gol
boomn camp, found itself p~otentially
twice as rich as was first suplposed.
Weepah was electrified yesterdayl
by the discovery of rich surface de-
posits by a red-skirted prospector,a
who camne quietly .back to camup after;
a day of work irq the hills. Althbough
hie at first attempted secrecy word;
soon spread that hie had fauind gravel
.,worth about $50 a pound.
Prospectors andl Sunday, visitors
competed in races to locate claims, or
at least fill thi pockets with gold
laden sand.
The presence of surface values
Bholds possibility of trouible, for under
state laws locators may file placer
claims on areas already staked out for
quartz or lode mininig. this means two
classes of claims may be0 filed on one
area. The placer miner is entitled to
all the gravel down to the regular
lode.
Thus far only lode claims have been {
filed. The double system never has
been tried in this state, and old timers
say there will be trouble if both placer
and lode claims are allowed.
Claim jumpers are appearing. One
of the seasoned prospectors, Frank
Dumond, reported his location notices
ha~fd been torn up.

:\annbok 01 f amous literary has beeni added: "TheI tr Pa I'il-
e5th UISof 21 authors, have osophy'',by WVil lnrn W: \e
E .I ;l edto the shelves of Pendle- bhv .k
a oallib ra y n the Union.Bhve We lna i ,
U' bO ., 2 u-'d .. tS"vichlthave beeni(elg .I osy U:
,'z .' daX 1 3tldv i.tal hioreI'C han 150 '"Beau Sab'e:ar . -~ :, i :
2JJe .pher Wren;: "Ox),i 'hn Te i
8~ no' 0 ailshave a iso been)01f the' ( entln r' ' 3 ]'1' M;' n ' .. a.
n- i ae 1on 1thetables," which will be-,. An iAmer&ican flTian ('(1< '.
~eevdreg ilarly. These are: Vanity iDt'inr;and"(tl'li 1)a tPa~', 0 hi
lar, Bookman, Cur rent History, Suir, onel H-ouse," by Cl') ;~vmir
vey, Asia, and Review of reviews. j Janies 1. Breoast ed's '1-he Cm~e
Of the more modern books, there of Civiliz'ation," and imk ns I>v
---- _ ; obinisoni', '"The Oi deal 0! ('iv ci _,

~ed~to Lbrry vidn," "Thte IElm Tree on the Mall",
1Balth a-a,n1At the "ignof the Reine
len' ~ haealso beetseetie(I. ldaqe" , ."The Gods arre Athirst"'
11 ." of Al folowII.ant ior . '1T e \'ie'ii -1 ot k Wo~nall", "The
O,1 y~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Oida fJeromeCoinat'',"Pier-
e O~'"A M lere t!inParis ,
AV s' oi$li Cd I te l b'ar: T e e Wve of 13luebea r(d'', and

r) h' 2 i''r ()d.I Oll (liver
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I (in:Z':"Th..Fle spiratiolns 0o Jean Ser-

CAMB:IRIDGE-Th~e fHarvard rowing
t::team ill race the Navy team on May
CLEARWATER-Pitcher Bill Doak
hsjoined the Brooklyn training
camp.

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: at b o e h l , W l e l y co l g ,0 ,4 _ e n o I n t r o rescu in g fu rn itu re, reco rd s an d scien - for 4~2 Ye a rs. d a g e w s st m ed t $ 2 0 0 .
edaaewsetmtda$2000 tPhone 4 197 V
LOS ANGELES-Oharles Paddock,
noted track athlete, has returned t~o
the mnovies.4

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Photo shows, firemen fighting bla z,
Massachusetts. Girl students aided in
tific instruments valued at $250,000. 7 h1

Quarterdeck will meet at 7:30 to-
night in room 302,. Michigan Union.
The subject for discussion, "The Lay-
ing Up and Fitting of Ships,," will be)
presented in a paper by Schuyler B.1
Elliott, '27A.
CHICAGO-Another "one In million"1
pinochle hand has been dealt hero.

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FR ANK I. CORN WELL
Phones 4551-4552--5 152

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SEE THlE
Roy3 Portable
At Rid~ers Pen Shop
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STRAVELERS CHiEQUES. ETC.
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Our Third "'crni-Ann~ual Laugh Wreek Festival-Presening the 'Pro-s
gram that Opened Detroit's Ne-west 'Ihatre-THE KEITH-ALBEE
Up Town
Lie Hlad orneting on Gentie!
And SIhc Couldn't Laugh It Off!

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; TOUSAND S of women have been frei fry in'┬░their
B aily battle against black, smoky dirt and smLudgy grime.
>And. they are saving the money they used to pack out in
frequent (and large) bills for dry-cleaning- saving t h. e~
pense of frequent redecorating of grimy walls and woodu ly)k.
In fact, these women have done away entirely with tb
troubles caused by burning dirt-spreading fuels.
How did they do it? Merely by accepting the clearly
.-stated advice given by th~e United States Bureau of Mines
in its Bulletin No. 242, addressed to householders. (Read
the 'excerpt from this bulletin, reprinted at the right.
Obviously, recomnmendations coming from such a source
are unbiased.)
It was natural, that the Coke these women ordered from
their fuel dealer was Semet-Solvay .Cake. This well-known fuel
is prepared especially for household heating. It is produced only
by the Semet-Solvay Company, the largest organization of
its kind in the world -with a reputation backed by forty
bears of successful experience in combustion engineering.
Make this test yourself --TODAY
Before you buy any more of the fuel you have been using,
order a ton of Semet-Solvay. Coke..
Prove to your own satisfaction, in your own home, how
simple it is to have a cleaner home with less work. Find out
how easy it is to keep all your things clean without those
large (anid frequent) bills for dry-cleaning, seasonal re-
'decorating, etc.
With Semet-Solvay Coke you get heat without dirt;
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settle definitely in your mind what fuel you'll want to burn
next Winter. '

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US.Bureau of
Mines Says:
"Coke should be used for heat-
ing houses because it is a clean
and convenient fuel, eliminates
smoke, reduces necessity of clean-
ing furnaces and flues, requires
less attention thian coal arid gives
a more uniform temperature in
the house."
From Bulletin 242, published.
by Department of Interior,
Bureau qf Mines, "Why and
How Coke Should Be Used
in Domestic Heating Plants."
(Write us for copy of this booklet)

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and oh ! how anxious she 'a to get rid
of it at any cost! But they never knew and
that's wliy there ai So man aUF,,uhs in this
delJightful comedy.r
The premiere comedienne of dhe screen at
her best in a human storj, theefilm version
of a famous s age, success that rocked a
nation with laughter. Don't miss it.'

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