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YEARLINGS8 TAKE
GAME FROM YPSI i
(Continued from Page One)
aptly sprinted across the plate.
The score:
Freshmen- AB. R. H. P0. A. E.

Dancer, ss .....3
Horwitz, 3b...... 3
Smith, rf ........... 5
Adams, lb.......... 3
Morrison, c......... 4
Parks,if... ...4
Middleditch, 2b .... 3
Kirchgessner, c ... 4
Glenn, p.......4

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Tue., Thu. Sat.11II May 29
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Wed.-3:-George Beban in "An Alien."
q reels. 15c.,
Thurs.-Fri.--2-Blanche Sweet in "The
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Sat., 3-Frank Mills in "The Moral Fab-
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Totals.... ... ...33 6.14 27 6 21

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Murray, 2b......
McLoar, rf ........
Lamb, c .......
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McIntosh, lb......
Austin, p ..........
Locke, p..........
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Return Limit 30 Days
Newyork $ 170 Boston$35
and RETURN 3 and Return 3 5

Totals.... ... ...30 1 3 24 13 1
* Batted for Austin in eighth.
Ypsilanti.......000 0 0 010-1
Michigan .......01 0 0 202 1*-6
Summary-Two base hits-Parks,
McIntosh. Sacrifice hits--Horwitz 2.
Stolen bases-Kirchgessner, Horwitz
2, Adams. Innings pitched-By Austin
7, by Locke 1. Bases on balls-Off
Austin 3, off Locke 2. Hits-Off Aus-
tin 12, off Locke 2. StrucK out-By
Austin 8, by Glenn 18. Wild pitche-
Glenn 2, Austin 1. Hit by pitched ball
-Dancer. Umpire-Harry McCain.

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00, 6:30. 8:80, 9:30
Wed.-31---Clara g imbaall Young in "The
Feast of Life," and Bud lusher Mutt&
Jeff cartoon. 15c.
Thurs.. June x- Helen' Ware in "The
Price." also Drew Comedy.
Fri., 2- William Nigh in "His Great
Triumph," also Drew Comedy.
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Frank Loomis, Oregon High 'school,
Oregon, Ill..
Brother of Joe Loomis. Entered .ini
Interscholastic in 100-yard dash, 220-
yard dash, 120-yard high hurdles, 220-
yard low hurdles, broad jump and high
jump.
Is the lone teammate who assisted
Landers in winning several meets this
year. Broke world's interscholastic
record in hurdles at Minnesota meet
last week. Landers went 12 feet 8 1-2
inches in pole vault in this meet, also
creating a new world's interscholastic
record.
Can these two men alone win the

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PROF'. SCHOLL OBJECTS
TO GtE R)AN PROPAGANDA
(Continued from PageOne)
basis in the real facts of their own
lives and experiences." It is to pro-
test against that particularly that
Professor Scholl 's article is written,
not merely because of its effect onl
America, but also because of the great
harm which it brings to German-
Americans.
The writer also points out the fu-
tility of the idea that German-Ameri-
can element in. this coUtry can hold
a balance of political power which will
lhelp them to dominate. He concludes
by saying:
"Unless I misunderstood the Ger-
man-American he is here in American
to stay the rest of his life and not for
the 'duration of the war.' He is in
trade or business or professional life,
and is primarily interested in securing
such laws for America as will fit his
needs as a participant in American
life and industry. He wishes to en-
joy the confidence of his fellow-citi-
zens and secure his share in official
honors and responsibilities. There is
no better slogan for the Germans who
wish 'to redeem themselves from stig-
ma of recent events than the simple,
loyal ,one, 'America for "'Americans.'"
Wilson to Review Preparedness Parade
Washington, May 31. - President
Wilson will review the preparedness
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