Scholl (1869-1952) appears to have been an early 20th c. Burns Park poet. The 1917 Polk's Directory of Ann Arbor lists his profession as an assistant professor at the University of Michigan.
His works include The Light-Bearer of Liberty (Boston: Eastern Publishing Co., 1899), Social Tragedies (Boston: Eastern Publishing Co., 1900), Children of the Sun (Ann Arbor: Arts and Letters, 1916) and The Rose Jar (Ann Arbor: Bijou Books, 1936).
His collection The Rose Jar includes the poem "Canoeing on the Huron River," a piece with some local topographical reference:
Dip the oar and glide away--
The Huron is a quiet lass--
Out of the narrows into the bay,
The ripples spreading as we pass. . . .
The address given for both Arts and Letters and Bijou Books is 917 Forest Ave., Ann Arbor. See World Cat.