Baseball player Jackie Warner, who played third base for the minor league team, the Vernon Tigers for two years before being picked up by the Detroit Tigers (1925-1928). He also played for the Brooklyn Robins (1929-1931) and the Philadelphia Phillies (1933).
ANSWER: Naturally, it’s the city's most colorful fountain, the memorial to William Mulholland, "father" of Los Angeles' water supply. Located at Riverside Drive and Los Feliz Blvd., the fountain's changing sprays are dramatically illuminated with varying colored lights. It was dedicated on 1940. And, yes as a boy, Mulholland lived in a ramshackle farm on this very spot.