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Present and Future Work on Stadium

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The force of four hundred employees, which, during the past summer and fall, has been working on the Stadium, has now been reduced to thirty-five men-- exclusive of the force which is temporarily engaged in tearing down the wooden north stand. These thirty-five men have been occupied chiefly with removing the temporary seats below the parapet and above the promenade, and storing them away underneath the Stadium for future use. During the past week, also, the holes left in the cement by the hammering in of the bolts have been filled up. The number of employees will now shortly be reduced to twelve men, who will be retained throughout the winter, occupied chiefly in rolling and levelling the ground. As soon as spring comes this force will be greatly increased, and active work will commence on the towers at the ends of the Stadium and the cover over the promenade. The entire structure should be completed by the end of May.

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