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  • "Stack up on that fer a high card," approved Big Jim Belden, who had come down from his claim on Mazy May to spend Christmas, and who, as every one knew, had been living the two months past on straight moose-meat.

    TO THE MAN ON THE TRAIL

  • McQuestion and back again down the Mayo; then across country to Mazy

    CHAPTER 20

  • "Stack up on that fer a high card," approved Big Jim Belden, who had come down from his claim on Mazy May to spend Christmas, and who, as every one knew, had been living the two months past on straight moose-meat.

    To The Man on the Trail

  • Similarly slight is "The King of Mazy May: A Story of the Klondike," published in Youth's Companion on November 30, 1905, and The Captain, a British magazine, the following month.

    “. . .the eternal mystery of woman.”

  • After a harrowing chase with temperatures dropping to 40 below, Walt reaches the Commissioner's office in Dawson and because of his exploit, "the men of the Yukon have become very proud of him, and always speak of him now as the King of Mazy May."

    “. . .the eternal mystery of woman.”

  • "To the Man on Trail" introduces some characters that would soon be familiar names to London's readers: Malemute Kid ( "a born raconteur"); Big Jim Belden, up from his claim on the Mazy May; the Englishman Stanley Prince; the tall French-Canadian Louis Savoy; Father Robeau, and Bettles ( "the Unquenchable").

    “. . .confusion to the Mounted Police!”

  • With Masters Senior out prospecting, Walt is left to look after the Mazy May claim and another adjoining it, and witnesses a gang of claim-jumpers coming in with their dog-teams, destroying claim stakes and setting up new ones.

    “. . .the eternal mystery of woman.”

  • He is a fearless lad, born at a Yukon trading post, who, after his mother died, settled with his father on the Mazy May Creek in the Klondike country.

    “. . .the eternal mystery of woman.”

  • Her bus crashes and she becomes guardian of thirteen year old Mazy.

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  • Today's was by "Will Bauermeister: Singer & frontman for pop/rock band Dazy Head Mazy."

    Be reasonable; do things my way. God does

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