Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 117, April 07, 1931
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*13: fw1"! f$4 Stud*"! |»*t "l*ht i SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAILY ^TROJAN PETITIONS Potitien* fee *ll-unlv«r • ity and collage student efftce* muK be In roem 234 Student Uneln by 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Los Angeles. California, Tuesday, April 7, 193*. No. 117 X FISHER WILL PLAY FOR MARDI GRAS MPLETION IF PARKWAY JllE IN JUNE Removal, Burying j power Lines. Build-in GatesUnder Way. Lotion of w •'PnlTer»ity park w1" -apletid by Jun?. according M> «uUio«l bx Henry Bure*, t, romptroller, and Frank ;k, «i«Wtlr« lee.retary <* the m Alumni as*oci*tion. Re-< at th* car trick* begun by w ^im Railwty company tie ipring vacation, -will be ihortly. Fallowing that, all light, and telephone lines * tbe *treet will be pltced nd. ' ft, board *f public work* will Itt * parkvay 16 feet wide :wo roadways oo each side lict ta width. The parkway W Ib the forxa of Islands, > to tb* strip now existing Highland between Melroae and „ The city will construct jroutKl the central parking and all pavement needed, uairersity is to grade the iy 4D<j plant trees and shrub-ii it. When this planting is id, the dty park commts till maintain lt. ornamfnial parkway -will from Thirty-fourth street. Hoover will cut acroae Uni-j, to Exposition boulevard, will be built at th* campus ee« at Thirty-fourth street K Exposition. Theae Improve-all will he completed by rrweentnt time. fnj » future campus will center thi parkway, with tb* million-'»Ddward L Doheny Jr., Mem ‘ library t* be conatfucted 180 tack from the street, directly from the Administration T, The university now owns jrapwty ts thla block, between Silty av*mi* and tbe Hoover rhh th* exception of th* * whieh th* University book aid Mn. Mitchell's lunch mw stand. Th* Trojan will b* moved ia front of library and th* «ntlr« grounds h*t of tbe library will provide iw onlveraity campus. klWUNOTON, Aprtl (UP)— * fog of words oa prohi-generated today by Chair-John J. Raskob'* letter to • of the Democratic nation-“•tnaltte*. there emerged a --tion that a serione bi-par-h* attempt to amend the fed-u»a-tr»st law* ia ander way. M*«k» was directed to thl* bf Raskob* recommend* *ha« ti\* federal trade oon> h* authorised te grtve ad-immunity from criminal den la merger* approved *• o»MBiaeion and hia oils •f a long atanding practie* *• kur*a« of internal raweaa* 1 X*e*<|«nt *** r*#01n»*a<Uttion aiao aarved ( '*»* President Hoover’* hint 1 boMlbi, llbaraiiaatioa of th* *,W| 'n hi* Beaton to th* Americas Federation ‘ut October. ^°r of Chicago 0 ®* Picked Today ^s^SSl April •—('JP'—On* '°*?0 v<Mer* select te W- **“ William Hale Nf ... A-“lon J- Cermak 'Hr* J°r for the next tour I \y t ;*Kh ° 0 lhe voting booths wn/“* ** P*rt>»I« Chl-l»ti^] **' “«st vituperative ^'tn, wit* broadsides ^ U"1 helng dr- u«nr?;D‘ "* • « tli* orrosltlon. College Prexies Are Entertained On Caltech Visit With thc California Institute of Technology host for the meeting, the Southern California Pteildent*' association assembled last night for its monthly meeting, Lewi* Gough, president of the association presided over Ihe businoa* mett In*. Philip Schoellcr, president of the Cal-Tech student body, was host at the dinner which preceded the business session A tour of ths campus, an excursion through the new buildings, and an explanation of the recently installed system of housing, constituted the business of the evening. CalTech's new housing system will probably result In the ultimate extinction of fraternal groups. CAST SELECTED BY DIRECTOR OF MOLNAR’SIILIOM’ Gilbert G a g o ■ Will Play Leading Role in Maater The*i« Production. “Uliom,* rrani M*inar t drama of Bohemian drev.s Hf*. wil) be presented *y Nonaa Wgars, graduate Is tbe School of Speech, as her master* thesis, with Gilbert &ago* ln the title role, that of the carefroe Austrian roustabout which Charlea Farrell recently portrayed on the screen. The play j will be produced during May in I Touchstone theater, with all the | directing and settings arranged by Miss Rdgars. The casi for the play, which was selected after several tryout readings will be as follows: LiHom. Gilbert Gagoe; Julie, his tender sweeth*art, Myra Jane McClung; Marie, the perfect flapper, Thalia Wil»on; Mrs. Muskat. th* carousal woman, Evelyn Bates; Mrs. Hoi lunger, Mra. George Billup; Louise, L«ouis* Johnson; and Wolf, the tough doorman, Harold Bsaenholm. There are several leaser parts which have not yet been oast, but will be selected later. IOTA SIGMA THETA LEADS SCHOLARSHIP Alpha Epsilon Phi, Delta Gamma Next in Sorority Ratings. Showing a slightly hightr scholastic average than that of last semester, the sorority ratings were announced from Dean Crawford's Office Saturday morning. The average for all the grojps for the first semester Is 1.439. lota Slgma Theta Has tne highest standing with l.<31!. Other houses have: Alpha Bpsilon Phi ..............I.ti04 Delta Gamma ........................ l.o71 Pi Bet* Phi ___________________ 1.512 Sigma Delta Tau ____________ 1.487 Zeta Tau Alpha ....________________ 1.488 Alpha Delta Pi ________________ 1.4*9 Delta Theta ............................ 1.444 Alpha Chl Omega ............... 1.440 Women’s Residence hall .... 1.432 Beta Slgma Omicron _____- 1.425 Phi Mu ................................... 1.407 Alpha Gamma Delta __________ 1.388 Delta Zeta. ......................... l.!«t Kappa Delta ....................... 1.339 Delta Delta Delta ................ 1.323 Kappa Alpha Theta. ............ 1.311 Luclle Huebner, president of the W.S.G.A. and Alpha Delta PI, has tbe highest individual rating of 16 units of A. Dorothy Everett of Kappa Delta ls second, with 16 units of A. Junior Honorary Selects Neu) Men Tomorrow To select from 16 ts 30 pledges, Sigma Sigma. Junior men’s honorary, will hold a luncheon meeting tomorrow noon In the Student Union. Juniors who have distinguished themselves ln scholastic and exira-currlcular actlritles will be considered for membership. A discussion of plans for the Vellow Dog. ra*» sheet, of which Bud Fesler is in charge, will be Included In the business The date of distribution on the campus has been set as April 23. Committee reports will be made by th* following chairmen: Prank Connelly, membership; Mulvey White, annual mal, set for April 28; Ran Ritchie, bids and plaques. BILL MILLER GETS LEAD IN SPEECH PLAY Bovard Auditorium To Be Scene Of Concert Monday Bv Philharmonic Orchestra SPRING WAMPUS NUMBER WILL BE OUT NEXT WEEK Tickets for the Los Angeles Philharmonic orche«tra concert, which will be presented next Monday evening in Bovard auditorium, are now on sale at 50 cents, 75 cents, and $1.00 in the Students' store and through representatives in social and professional sororities and fraternities. ThU J* the ivst of a series ofa — ---------- -----— — ■ ------ Willlsm Miller will play the ral* j concerts to be given by the Los Veteran Player to Portray Shylock in “Merchant of Venice.” WEEKS’ BAND ENGAGED FOR BRIEF PERIOD Mulvey White. Chairman, Announces Completed Plans for Costume Ball. La Tertulia Meets Thursday Evening Featuring a film ot Mexican life, La Tertull*. campus Spanish club, will preieni a program on Thursd*y, April I, at the "T” hut, at 7:30 p.m. The picture ia presented through the courtesy of the Automobile dub of Lxm Angeles, one of whose members secured the pictures while or his travel* ln Mexico. A lecture delivered in Engl Ith will run along with the nim, giving th* audience an in sight Into the Mexican scenes. A dance by Julita Crespo. * professional Spanish dancer, and some Spanish songs sung by Mr Clark, accompanied by Hal Me-Cormac, will conclude the program, followed by the *erring of Spanish refreshments Council to Hear Prof. G. Stuart At Round Table Graham H. Stuart, professor of political science at Stsnford university. will be th* principal speaker at the April round-table of the Council on tnlernaaoltln of the Council on International Relations io be held s« th* Los Angeles City club, 833 South Spring street, April 18. Hi* subject will be "Political Problems of Post War Europe.” In addition to being a professor at Stanford. Mr. Stuart is editor of the World Politic* Series pub-lished by the Stanford University press, and a member of the board of directors of the Hoover Wsr library at that eollege. Profoseor Stuart has rscently returned from Europe as visiting lecturer in several FXiropean universities. Reserystions may be secured from Miss Blanche S4eber, 71* South Hope street. TRInky 4T81. Aptitude Test Date Set For Saturday The *ducation*l aptitude test will be given Saturday. April 11, at 10 a.m. in Hoose 306. Permit should be secured In advanc* from the Registrar’s office and the fee of 82 paid »t th* Business offlcs. Th* test ia required of stl candidates for teaching credentials and all candidates for thc degree* of A.M., In Ed and Ed.D. President Leaves for Spokane After Return From Eastern Tour President Rufus B. von KleinSmid returned from a tour In the east Tuesday of, Kaster vacation, and left Saturday, April 4 for Spokane where he will participate ln the program of the 83 an nual session of the Inland Empire Educational association During hi* trip in the east the Spokane, apeaklng on "Industrial President .poke at the I’nlrerslty Prosperity and CMe Prop...” At the sessions of the Inland Em-of Michigan on ’Goodwill and at ^ gductltlonll a„oclatlon he De Pauw university where an S „-j|] pVe following addresses: C. Alumnus, Dr. Bromley Oxman, I -professionalising a Calling,” and Is president. "Education in Flux.' Dr. ,on KleinSmid went to Bos Phi Delta Kappa and Phi Beta ion, where he met a Trojan alum Kappa will be addressed by Pre.il-nl group, and Irom there he went dent von KleinSmid during Ms to Washington, D. C. On hla r«- j atay in Spokane, lurn trip he attended the prelim | Dr. and Mr*, von KleinSmid in*riet ogf the Intercollegiate spent Monday. April ( with Mr. swimming meet ! a»d Mr* ri.tcher Lina. "la«J™» yesterday the resident gave of Mrs. voo KleinSmid. They win the dedicatory address of tbe new raturn ta Lo* Angeie* Moaday, chamber of commerce btillding in j April 13 i Campo* Writer* Feature Stones of Young Lov* In April Iamm. Carrying spring farer as theme, th* April Wampus will appear on tbe campus next week Ail storle*, Jokes, and oaftoona will carry o>it the tprlng time ide* and th* oen«Hp|tfnt tr*k of atu dtnts frow Worthwhile tasks lo love and lea* ttrenuou* pursuit*, according to Wilma Goodwin, edi tor-ln-chlef. Ruth Ann Byarliy haa wrrtt«n "Comfortable," which tells of the lov* affair of a rich girl and a poor young man. The story end* happily as t-he girl prefers com fort and love to riche*. Tb* bad influence of autoaso-blle* on girla on tha campus ia th* them* of "Autointoxication’' by Ben Newcomer. Agagie Mleh again burst* into print ait*r an absence of many months ln aa article on th* ln*rtia of springtlns*. Another reviwal ls Fred Chase aad th* second of hie lov* lessons. The flrat lesson wa* contribut*d by Chase In on* of th* early issue* of the magazine laat fad. Stl nor Wilhoit, wbo handle* pub-licity for tb* ExtravacfcOna, ts tb* author of a feature article on the annual musics! comedy to be presented on April >4 and >5. Th* lov* affalris mt promt nsnt campus couple* ar* t* be aired by Beatrice Barefax ln h«r eolunsn, "Advioe to th* Lowewora." Book review* by Grace MacK*n si* and Henry Hodge*, aeveral po*ms, and a variety of pi«t*»r*a will fill out Ctie pages ef the book. 5. C. College of Music Plans Summer School Plans have been completed for the summer session of thc College of Music which Is to b* held from June M Vo August 1. A faculty of *0 will give Instruction ln both applied srvd theoretical subjects. Arno Oidberg, vlslUng prof*s*or ot composlUon, has been secured through th* Alehin chair of music. He will conduct claase* hi elemen tary and advanced composition. Four twenty-five dollar scholarships are offered in composition. They are known a* th* Frank Anderson, Alehin association, Vincent Jonea, and Alehin advisory committee scholarships. Further information regarding them may be ob talned from Miss Mable Wood- ■ worth, chairman of the advisory | committee of the Alehin tru*t j fund, -801 south Grand avenue. ROCKNES WILL SOUTH BEND, ln«i., April 6— (UP)—Knute Rockne's will leaving hi* estate to bis wife and th* four children, will be fUed Tuesday la probate court. Tbe will was drawn March 14, t*?8 of Shylock, the old scheming Jew, In William Shakespeare'* comedy, “The Merchant of Venice" which will be presented s* th* School ef Speech plsy in Bor*rd *udltorlum during commencement week. The *naouncement of the fln*I cast wan made Friday, March 87, by Mins Florence Hubbard, professor of speech, who will direct tb* play. Portia, the feminine lead, who I* well known for her masquerade as a learned Judge, will h* played by Mary Cianfoni. She was se Icctcd after a long s*rie« of tryouts, because of her ability t* suataln th* dignity of the perform ance ss well as to lend feminine charm to the role. OTHfR SOLBg The part of Antonio will be Interpreted by Jack Swarthout, the role giving him a rare chance to bring an Intelligent Interpretation to th* Italian merchant. Opposite Miss Cianfoni, th* roles of Bassan lo and hi* bos*m friend Lorenso will be played by Ollbert Gagos snd William Hoppe, both *f whom will be remembered for th* work they har* don* tn former campus preduction* Tb* lov*ly daughter c? Shylock, Jeaslea, wh*** heart I* won by Lorenso to that *h* ec-capes from home with her tether** ducat*, will be played by Jet a Sell*rs who played witb Miller In "Thunder In the Air,” Of tht minor mcn'a r*le«. Haw old Bteenholm win play Sfclsnlo; William White, who wa* Ned In "Holiday," will portmy Salarlno; Thomas Oraham It c**t as Gra-tlano, th* cay hearted comedian; Charles Perrlanrn will do ib* difficult comedy r*M*f af Launcelot Gabtw, a perfect tool who *mpha slsea th* dual nature ef men; William Houston will be tbe boaartlnf Prince ef Morocee. Myron Sunde, who played lather Seton ln "Holiday," will carry tb* role ot th* Duke *f Venice in tbe fameo* courtroom *eene , while Harry Broetnan will act s* bi* cle£k Th* tether of Lanncclot, old Gabbo, will be taken by David Dressier; ThelmweH Proctor will be the Ga*oler, and Laurenoe White will take tbe lesser ro»* stf Leonardo. MISS H U HARD »inaCTON Women's role* will be portrayed by Miriam Brownstetter a* Tubal, tbe friend of Shylock; Margaret Barton a* Msrl—a, Portia’* carefree handmaid; Margaret Thomas and Dorothy Groman as th* net-rent* to fortia ;Vivienne Allbright and Bvelym Bates at tb* two ssagi strata* te the Duk*; Katb*rine Keeler ts Bttphaao; and Claire Aderer as th* leader of the revelers. Mitt Hubbard, tbs director, stated that *be wa* wsll pleased with the retulta «f th* tryouts, and thoroughly glad of having determined te return te the custom of presenting one of Shakespeare's playa ae an annual School of Speech production. Angnlee Philharmonic orchestra, directed by Arthur Rodtlnakl, snd to b« sponsored by universities and colleges near Loa Angeles. Th* campus presentation of the 100-plece orchestra and the low-price* ef admission ar* made possible by the university social com mittee, headed by Janet McCoy, vice-president of the student body, and through th* co-operation of Mr. W. A. Clark*, Jr., sponsor of the Philharmonic orchestra. Members of sororities and fraternities at S. C. should heartily support, this program of classical music," said Blanch* Robinson, who 1* representing the Greek-letter houses on the social committee. The program t» as follows: Handd-Harty, "Water Music." Allegro Air. Bourre* Hornpipe. Allegro decise. Caecar-Franck, "Srmphon Minor. T.entoellegre non Iroppo Allegretto. Allegro no* troppe. Debussy, "The Aft*rao*n *f Faun.' Rlatky-Korsakow, ~Se#e»ti%* zad* Suit*", Op. 85. "Tbe Young Prince and Young Princess." "Festival ct Bagdad." »y sn D the Exhibit of Photos Of Architecture Open This Week Detn A. C. Weatherhead announce! that tbere will be aa exhibition of photographs all thl* week la th* *xblbltlon ball of th* architecture building. Thl* coll ection la tb* prop*rty of DoaaM Parkinson wbo mad* the picture* while en his tour* ln Europe. The photograph* are interesting be*nu*e they portray the best architectural subject* la Bur-op* *ad because they are exceptionally good examples ef photography. DonaM, Parkinson 1* ene ot tbe leading architects In Lo* Angele* at the present time tad It slso Interested tn the progress ef the loeet College ef Architecture. It Is tor this ressen that he ^hat let D«aa W*atberh*ad have the collection tor exhibition. Many of the pictures hsvs been exhibited before. TICKET SALE FOR PARENTS’ DINNER ENDS TOMORROW President von KleinSmid Will Speak at Annual Banquet Sponsored by Y. W. C. A. Tickets for the Y.W.C.A Mo ther*', Fathers', and Daughter*’ banquet scheduled for April 16 will be on sale for $1 until tomorrow. Sororities and the two women’s literary societies will be a#k»d to return their blanket al loiments at that time aud vnly a limited number will be avallabl* at the Student Union ticket office. All women on tbe campus sr* Invited te att*nd the banquet. For students who do not lire at hom* and are unable to bring their own parent* a welcome ls extended te professors or friends whom they might choose to take. A* speaker tar tha trailing, President R. B. ron KleinSmid will addrest the guesu. B*th Tib ^bat, president of th* T. W. C. A., will official* ts chalrmsn of th* e^ enlng snd will preeent the incumbent cabinet member* and their parents. Popular muaic will afford a back ground for fhe banquet. "Frenchy” Flynn has offered hi* syncopated orchestra fer tbe occasion and plana te lead community dnglng. Informality will be carried out throughout the banquet. Plena ar* being made for th* father* and moth«n te m**t at least half of the parents present. AIphi Phi Epsilon Sponsors Debate Alpha Phi Epsilon, nations! honorary literary and for*n»lc frster-nlty, t* sponsoring a debate tournament between the literary *o ctetlea of the campui Participants In th* tournament which will take place today and April 14, Include members of Cllon-Isn and Athena, women's literary clubs, snd Arlitotellan, men'* *o-dety. The lubjeet for debate is: Reiolved, thst Junior colleges should replace the freshmsn snd sophomore year* of college. Each aoclety will enter as affirmative and a negative team point* will be given for favorable Judges decisions, and the speaker* of each debate will be ranked and Max Fisher and his Victor Rs-cordlng orchestra will provide th* music at the lnterfraternlty co*-tume ball to be held In the Oold room of the Biltmore hotel Friday evening. Mulvey Whit*, chair* man of the dance, completed sr* rangements for the appearance of the band which has just finished a week's engagement at th* Paramount theater. Anson Week*' orchestra, formerly of the Sau Franetaeo Mark Hopkins hotel, .and whloh 1* beginning a longterm engagement at the Los Angeles Biltmore, will play several numbers at the dance, It was announced. ■ it>8 ON SALS Bids for the affair ar* now on sal* at the caihler'* window of the Student Store, and are priced at 14. “Since the bids to be sold will be limited to 400, snd but 35 ■ tag bids at *3.00 will be offered, H ls Imperative that every student get his bid aa soon aa possible," atated Bud Medberry, chairman of the dance committee. Arrangement* hare been made with th* We*t*rn Co*tume company, which has stor** at Broadway and fth aad tn Hollywood, to give te ail students who present their AJI.UJ.C. Identification cards a 38 par cent reduction oa all costumes. Trojsns are urged to take advantage of thia liberal offer in obtaining coitumes. INDIVIDUAL TABLE* According to plans formulated for the danoe so far, individual table* of rarlous slses will be arranged around the dance floor of the Biltmore Gold room, and compute waiter sorrlee will be maintained throughout the entire evening. Punch will be served directly to the taMa*. Thl* and many other novel feature* which will fit in with the coitume ball Idea will help to create in atmosphere of d*cided informality at th* coming affair which will be far greater than ha* been possible at Inter-fraternity dances of past years. DEAN HUNT TELLS DATES FOR THESES PBEI«HT TRAIN* (PESO UP PHILADELPHIA, April 6,—(UP) —Freltfht train* *r* 20 par cent faster tr>d»y than they were four j th* b«*t sptaksr chosen at the ytart ago, according to figure* end of th* tournament A plaqu* complltd by tht Pennaylrtnla will be preeented te th* winning railroad. I »oel*ty. •Y’ To Hear Talk By Judge Scott Judge Robert Scott ef the 5u perior court will address the T. M.C.A. ai Its weekly council din ner tomorrow night at 5:30 In the organization's room .4. Vewly installed officers will pre-■iide o'ar th* meeting. Kmil Steck. president, v 111 conduct the business session while Worth Bernard, vice president will preaent the Judge a» the apaaker of the program. Bob Brewer will carry out the duties of secretary-treasurer. Rare Books and Folios Placed On Exhibition in Students Store Inaugurating a custom which It 1* hoped will continue throughout the semester the Book-Shelf ts exhibiting in its show case* thl* week * collection of old books and folloa which wil lbe of immense Interest to all studen’s. Through the courtesy of Prof. Frank C. Baxter of the l-'ngllsh department, to whom the booka belong, the drst exhibit Is composed of a number dt 16th and 16th century' fololo* and quartoe. Of particular lntereat Is the fac- th« 17th century 1* the original Welbeck Abbey portrlat or John Flet'-her from which Prof. Bai ter's cop} Is taken. Beaumont and Fletcher folios, old quartos of pla.s from Hey wood and Dekker and Marlowe’s "Edward the Sec Candidates for master'* degree* in *11 fields except education rauat present th*lr the*e* to the committee for reading not later than April 26, according to Rockwell D. Hunt, dean of the graduate ■chool. Thli will Insure ample tlm* for reeding before the the*** ar* ■ubmltted to th* graduate office for preliminary approwal on May 5. The report on the theses will b* aigned by tbe chairman of tha committee to certify that they have been read and approved by all membera. Blanks for preliminary approval may be had at the graduate office. The theses In tbeir final form must be presented lo the chairman of the the*li committee not later than May 18, and ar* due in tb* graduate *chool office, fully approved by the committee and ready for binding, not Itter than May 28. No extension* will b* made to tb»*e dates, Dean Hum added Portugal Declares War on Azore Rebels simile of the flrst folio of Shakes- oud' complete the exhibit. peart lalteB from tho Burdett-Cons copy, and a 1698 folio ot Ben Jonioa's “Svsr/Ban In 111-i Humour” v.ith the cast of the flrat performance Is w hlch Shakes poere I* nl eluded a* an actor. O** ot tb* *arll**t portrait* ot | mm. 4r**k drama Vuioua m-iubarb of the faculty •vjo art enthusiasts In thli field hav* cun.-seuud to s.\o'> toaie ot t.'islr art treasure^ and among the interesting displays planned »rt one on Oriental art and another I MADRID, Spain, April 8—(UP— The Portuguese government todaj decreed * state of war in Atadier* aad the Azores Islands, rellabi* dlspa'.ch** from Lisbon said. War supplies, lujluciing arilllerj wnu fqur hydraplanes, are beinj shipped to i'uuclial, capital o Madeira, held by rebel fore** *lnc< the roup d'etat tner* *Nf th<
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 117, April 07, 1931|
|Description||Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 117, April 07, 1931.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
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PETITIONS Potitien* fee *ll-unlv«r • ity and collage student efftce* muK be In roem 234 Student Uneln by 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
Los Angeles. California, Tuesday, April 7, 193*.
X FISHER WILL PLAY FOR MARDI GRAS
MPLETION IF PARKWAY
JllE IN JUNE
Removal, Burying j power Lines. Build-in GatesUnder Way.
w •'PnlTer»ity park w1" -apletid by Jun?. according M> «uUio«l bx Henry Bure*, t, romptroller, and Frank ;k, «i«Wtlr« lee.retary <* the m Alumni as*oci*tion. Re-< at th* car trick* begun by w ^im Railwty company tie ipring vacation, -will be ihortly. Fallowing that, all light, and telephone lines * tbe *treet will be pltced nd. '
ft, board *f public work* will Itt * parkvay 16 feet wide :wo roadways oo each side lict ta width. The parkway W Ib the forxa of Islands, > to tb* strip now existing Highland between Melroae and „ The city will construct jroutKl the central parking and all pavement needed, uairersity is to grade the iy 4D