Mr. Editor: I ask space for a plea forlhe extensión of the street railway. If there is any demand for so great a convenience, it exists more than elsewhere in conneetion with the suburbs lying to the south of the campus, and, whertas now the road traversos Washtenaw-ave., one of the least thiekly populatedthoroueh fares of ourcity, why may it not be extended to a parallel street on the south side of the campus? I suggest that the line be extended down Monroe to Packard, down Packard to Main, thence on to conneetion with the line already built. This would accommodate residents on South University-ave., Hill and Jefferson-sts., as well as all streets running at right angles to the same. I wish to urge the exíension at the earliett possible date i'or the accommodation of hundreds who are wsiiting.