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Mills' Address Opens Republican Campaign


W L Pet.
New York ......,..56 27 .675
Cleveland ...........48 36 .571
Philadelphia ......49 37 .570
Detroit.............44 36 .550
Washington,.........46 38 .548
St. Louis ...........39 42 .481
Chicago ............29 52 .35$
Boston .............19 62 .235
Thursday's Results
Philadelphia 9, Detroit 2.
Chicago 9, Boston 8 (10 innings).
Cleveland 11, New York 3.1
Washington 5, St. Louis 4 (12 in-
Games Friday
Detroit at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at Washington.
Cleveland at New York.
Chicago at Boston.

Bekkien Ieads
Principals to
Holds Faculty to 4 Hits;
Teachers Defeat Supers,
15-2, in Wild Game
W L Pct.
Principals. .........3 1 .750
Teachers...........3 1 .750
Faculty...........2 2 .500
Superintendents ... 0 4 .000
Behind the four-hit pitching of
Bekken, the Principals eliminated
the Faculty from first place in the
Education league by the score of
11-2; while the Teachers 'kept up
their fast pace by beating. the Super-
intendents, 15-2, yesterday after-
noon at Ferry field.
Bekken again established himself
as the leading pitcher in the League
with his four-hit performance. His
teammates assisted him in the cause
and pounded "12 hits off Purdum,
Faculty pitcher. The Superintend-
ents and the Teachers played in a
wild affair which sent the Supers
deeper into the cellar and kept the
Teachers in pace with the Principals
for first place. Many home runs,
pany errors, and many runs were a
result of the rather loose playing in
this contest.
The Teachers and Principals, the
two leading teams, willhmeet next
,Tuesday tor battle for the number
one position, and the Faculty ik
favored)to turn back the Superin-
tendents in the other contest of the
Education League.


Pittsburgh ..........45 33
Chicago........ ..44 36
Boston,.............44 39
St. Louis .......... 40 40
Philadelphia ........42 44
Brooklyn ...........39 43
New York ..........35 42
Cincinnati..........39 51t
Thursday's Results
Pittsburgh 6, Boston 1.
Philadelphia 11, Cincinnati 6.
Chicago 4, Brooklyn 1.
New York 6, St. Louis 3.
Games Friday
New York at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at'Chicago.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Boston at Pittsburgh.


Associated Press Photo
Ogden L. Mills, secretary of the treasury, opened the Republican
presidential campaign, in an address in Boston. He attacked the ac-
ceptance address of the Democratic nominee, Gov. Franklin D.' Iloose-
velt and lauded President Hoover for his accomplishments.

immediately opened .a new field for 'is
conjecture. seu
Welsh, Groesbeck and former '
Gov. Fred W. Green, the latter two
arch-enemies politically for years, p nish Reptiles
recently hold an apparently friend= p e ie
ly dinner meeting in a Detroit ho-
tel and refused to comment on the A shipment of live reptiles from
gathering. Spain has been received by Uni-
Whether Welsh is waiting defin- versity of Michigan Museum of Zoo-
ite 'vord of the attitude of Green logy and will te placed on exhibi-
before coming out with a formal tion on the landings of the main
announcement of candidacy was a stairway.
question asked repeatedly 4mong The acquisition, includes everal
politicians here, and there was no Spanish lizards, the largest of which
answer. There ha's been a notice- is about 20 inches long. These rep-
able coolness betweenE Green and tiles are dark gray with greenish
Gov. Wilber M. Brucker, who is yellow dots on their backs and dark
seeking re-election, blue spots on their sides. There are,
-dance at the hut
tonight from nine
until :welve... no
over charge or
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several snakes, including a beauti-
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