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It addresses the beholder frankly; a finished design tempered with exquisite restraint. Every detail has been treated with judgment and good taste. It is one of the best narrow façades of this type yet produced.
THE WOMAN'S CIVIC LEAGUE OF ST. PAUL
AN ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN WHO DO THINGS, AND WHO AIM TO CO
OPERATE WITH ALL GOOD PEOPLE WHO ARE STRIVING TO ENHANCE THE BEAUTY OF THE CITY, UPBUILD ITS PROSPERITY AND MAKE IT A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE IN
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E believe in Manual Training, Chil- they belong to the people and should be used by
dren's Playgrounds, Dollar Gas, a them outside school hours. We believe that our
Woman's Club House, a Municipal Health Commissioner is the “best ever,'' that our Lighting Plant, Public Baths for Winter and City Engineer is all right, that Hermann the Summer, more Cars on the Grand Avenue line, Magician isn't in it with our City Comptroller less Smoke, more money for Parks, more money when it comes to balancing accounts. for Schools, taxation of Franchises, an Eight- We believe we have a Mayor. We believe Hour Day for everybody but ourselves — we there are honest Aldermen. We believe we have work fourteen—the preservation of the forests discovered three. We are holding our breath and in the inalienable right of every school until we are sure. We believe that an ounce of child to a whole seat, clean air, abundance of Work is worth a pound of Talk. We believe in light, tasteful surroundings and a bath if neces- our Town; in its future and in its present. We sary.
believe in Ourselves as among its most enlightWe believe that school buildings are not neces- ened, disinterested, conscientious, public-spirited sarily blots upon the landscape. We believe that citizens.
DOUGLAS TILDEN, SCULPTOR This bronze statue was offered to the university first winning two Stanford-California games, and having been won, it has a sentimental and an historical value, apart from the appropriateness of its theme. Monuments embodying the life of a college are a quickening, and an inspiration to college life,