"You said something!" exclaimed Ned Slade, with an air of conviction. "Things will whoop up in great shape. Why, there hasn't been so much excitement in Cresville since I can remember.""Not since the old lumberyard burned," added Jerry Hopkins, as he walked down the street, one arm linked in that of Ned Slade on his left, and the other hooked up with Bob Baker's on his right. "It doesn't seem possible that we've been drawn into this, after all the President did to keep us out; but it's true.""Of course it's true!" exclaimed Ned. "The President goes before Congress and asks for the whole strength of the nation to back him up, and defy Germany. And he gets it, too!"
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About the Author
Clarence Young was a house pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for series of books for boys, the most well-known being the "Motor Boys" series. The following series were published under the name Clarence Young: Jack Ranger-6 volumes (1907-1911) Motor Boys-22 volumes (1906-1924) Racer Boys-6 volumes (1912-1914) The pseudonym "Clarence Young" was also used by Edward Stratemeyer for a few football stories published in turn of the century boys magazines.