It must be granted that the late lamented Boston Elevated power plant was not one of Cambridge's architect ural beauties. But its demise and the foundations of Eliot House rising on its ruins have creased one more of Harvard's fast disappearing traditions.
It is now already past the time when, in other years one of Smith Halls observing and courageous Fresh men would have written a communication to the CRIMSON suggesting that "H" we won the Yale game we arrange with the Elevated company to string a row of flags between their two smokestacks and produce a gorgeous "H". It never failed to happen before, but now the smokestacks are gone. Another method must be devised to discover the one with the original mind in the class of 1934.