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Page 18-Saturday, September 8, 1979-The Michigan Daily

The Michigar4Daily-Saturday, SeF

GLENN RICHTER NEW BAND DIRECTOR:

1979 'M'roster

Cavender era comes to a ci

No.
35
21
58
64
12
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85
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69

Name
AGNEW, Doug .....................
ALLEN,Jay.............................
ANGOOD, David ........................
ARBEZNIK, John .......................
BATESBrad ............................
BECKER, Kurt.....................
BETTS,Norm.....................
BODY, Marion.....................
BRAMAN, Mark...................
BREAUGH,Jim..........................
BREWSTER, David.....................
BROCKINGTON, Fred...............
BUTTS, Mike......................
CANNAVINO, Andy................
CARPENTER, Brian.................
CHRISTIAN, Chuck.....................
DLAVSN, Ralph ....................
COLES,BCdric ..........................
CZARNATA, Mike................. .
DAVIS, Michael.......... .........
DICKEY,BJ...........................
DIGGS, Gerald.........................
EDWARDS, Stanley ...................
FEASTER, Rodney......................
FELTEN, Jeff.....................
FISCHER, Brad..........................
GARRITY, Tom......................
GILLIGAN, Kevin..................
GODFREY, Chris.......................
GREER, Curtis....................
HARDEN, Michael......................
HARRIS,. Stuart.........................
HETTS, Chuck....................
HUMPHRIES, Jim.......................
JACKSON, Jeff.......................
JACKSON, Tony........ ............
JELINEK, Jerome.................
JOHNSON, Irvin........................
JOHNSON, Oliver.......................
JOLLY, Michael..... ........... ... .
JONES, Rick ........................
KEITZ, Dale .......... .............
KELLER, Tom........ ..............
KELSIE, Tony.....................
KEOUGH, Kelly .........................
KLIGIS, Mike ...........................
KWIATKOWSKI, Dan...................

Pos. Hgt.
OLB 6-21/4
FB 6-0
C 641/2
OG 6-3%/
DB 6-1
OG 6-6
OLB 6-5
DB 5-10/
DHB 6-11/4
QB 6-2
FB 6-1
WR-DB 6-2
C 6-4%
ILB 6-1
DB 5-11
TE 6-3
WB 6-3%/
DT 6-2
ILB 6-2
FB 6-1%W
QB 5-111/
DB 6-0
TB 6-0
WR 6-1
C 6-2
QB 6-0
C 6-4
QB 5-11%/
DT 6-4
DT 6-5
DB 6-01/2
Wolf 6-3
OG 6-4%
MG 5-10%/
OLB 6-71/4
WB 5-101/2
QB 6-0
OLB 6-21/4
OLB 6-3/4
DB 6-31/2
ILB 6-3
DT 6-1/4
OLB 6-2%/
DB 5-11%/
DT 6-3
Wolf 6-2
OT 6-5

Wgt.
195
212
232
240
193
243
222
175
197
189
219
205
227
220
163
219
210
238
220
230
188
190
203
191
216
190
234
160
240
236
183
196
231
223
227
170
179
208
210
181
199
233
210
197
237
192
246

Class
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
SO.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
So.
So.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
So.
So.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.

LEE, Gary ..............................
LEMIRANDE, Mike .....................
LEONI, Mike ............................
LEONI, Tony ...........................
LILJA, George ........................
LONGE, Kevin ..........................
MARSH, Doug...........................
MITCHELL, Alan....................
MOSS, Tom .................. ....
MOTLEY, Fred...................
MURANSKY, Ed .......................
MURRAY, Dan ..........................
NEAL, Tom .............................
NEEDHAM, Ben ........................
NICOLAU, Dave...... ..............
OSBUN; Tony ..........................
OWENS, Mel ............................
PACIOREK, James .....................
PARIS, Bubba .........................
PARKS, Marshall .......................
PAYNE, David ..........................
PETSCH, Michael .......................
POWERS, John ..........................
PREPOLEC, John ..................
QUINN, Gary .......................
RAIFORD, Frank ....................
REEVES, Jeff ......................
REID, Lawrence ....................
REILLY, Steve............. .......
ROWLAND, Charles ....................
SHAW, Vincent ........................
SIMPKINS, Ron .........................
SMITH, Kevin ...........................
STRENGER, Richard ...................
TECH, Karl.............................
THOMPSON, Robert .................
TRGOVAC, Mike ........................
VIRGIL, Bryan .............. .......
WALLACE, Zeke ........................
WANDERSLEBEN, Tom.............
WANGLER, John........................
WARTH, Mark ...........................
WASHINGTON, Sanford..............
WEBER, Gary ..........................
WEBSTER, Mike .......................
WELCH, Bill ............................
WOOLFOLK, Butch .....................
WUNDERLI, Greg ......................

QB
OLB
OT
TB
C
FB
TE
WR
MG
MG
OT
Wolf
OG
OLB
DT
DT
OLB
QB
OT
DB
OLB
TE
OG
OG
OG
DB
DB
FB
OT
OT
TE
ILB
DB
TE
PK-DB
OLB
MG
PK
WR
OG,
QB
OG
ILB
DT
TB
C
TB
OG

6-3
6-4W/
6-2%
5-11
6-4%
5-10%/
6-3
6-11/2
5-81/4
6-2
6-7
6-4
6-5
6-5
6-2
6-3
6-61/4
6-3
6-11/4
6-41/4
6-3
6-4
6-3
5-11
6-1
6-1%/
6-5
6-41/2
6-2
6-11/2
6-21/
6-7
6-0
6-31/
6-2
5-91/
6-4-
6-21/2
6-21/
6-5 /
6-21/4
6-2
6-0%2
6-21 /
6-2
6-6

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246
192
247
184
233
185
204
234
280
198
245
2140
232
253
230
208
280
217
206
208
265
249
248
175
192
213
238
255
218
220
191
233
179
220
227
185
194
245
192
241
214
239
194
231
203
227

So.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
So.
So.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
So.
SO.
So.
Sr.
So.
So.
SO.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Jr.

By DAN PERRIN
As far as Professor George Cavender
was concerned, he had no choice but to
move on. It was merely a matter of
courtesy. His long term goals and
obligations had been fulfilled and now it
was time to let someone else take over.
With the above in mind, thus did
Cavender step down last January from
the post he had held for some 27 yeas,
that of first assistant, then head con-
ductor of the world-renowned Michigan
Marching Band.
The reputation of the band has risen
to great heights since the long-time
assistant to the equally famous William
D. Revelli took over as head honcho in
1971. Time and again the energetic
Cavender put together first class shows
acclaimed as some of the best in the
nation. Millions of fans have enjoyed
his bands' performances at Michigan
Stadium, various high schools and of
course, at several bowl games.
BUT NOW THE Cavender era has
come to a close. And not a moment too
soon according to the man himself, who
offered a variety of reasons why he
chose to accept a new job as Professor
of Music and Director of Development
and School (of Music) Relations.
"27 years is a long time in any
position," observed Cavender. "In
essence, I had done it all. I have per-
formed in the Rose Bowl, Super Bowl
and Orange Bowl, in all the major'
stadiums in the country.
"From that standpoint, I'd be
repeating myself," continued the

famed disciplinarian. "A couple of
times it's fun. But over and over, it
loses it's challenge."
CAVENDER also cited such
frustrating problems as budgetary cut-
backs, "which have already begun to
affect the university community" as
well as his dislike of an NCAA restric-.
tion which limits the number of ban-
dsmen allowed to march at bowl games
to 196. The problem lies in the fact that
approximately 250 hard-working
students comprise the Michigan band,
which would leave more than 50
distraught musicians in disarray.
In recent years, Cavender's solution
to this difficult situation has consisted
of personally raising large sums of
money from kind donors. These
donations were used to send the over-
flow of bandsmen out to the bowls along
with the regulation 196 person block.'
But, with increasing monetary cut-
backs, the problem may become in-
creasingly difficult in the near future.
The new man in charge of upholding
the Michigan band's high standards of
excellence is Glenn richter, a 30-year-
old graduate of the University of Texas'
and, for the past two years, the head.
conductor at the University of Cincin-
nati.
WHEN RICHTER was chosen as
Cavender's successor, many people
were surprised a man with no Michigan
background had been given the job.
Yet, Richter doesn't feel his un-
familiarity with the surroundings will
hinder his work.

"I'm not at all uncomfortable with
big time football," said Richter. "Going
to Texas helped me. I enjoyed it; it was.
a real asset."
But that doesn't mean he's free of
concerns for the upcoming year. After
all, it's only natural to feel pressure in a
new situation.
"I have the same concern that every
band director has every year. I hope
and pray I have enough GOOD tubas,
GOOD drummers and so on.
"I KEEP HAVING this recurring
nightmare," laughed the thin, red-
haired Texan. "I'm out on the field and
I get up on the ladder. I'm ready to con-
duct the show and suddenly I realize I
haven't taught a show.
"But seriously, there's a lot of
pressure," continued Richter. "The
nature of the job is difficult. People
take a lot of pride in the band and the
university.
"MY FIRST concern is making this
season enjoyable and successful for the
students," explained the clean shaven,
conservatively-dressed music man. "I
want to keep up the marching band's
reputation. And I'd like to possibly add
things to what they're doing."
What kind of changes are in store for
the 1980 edition of the Wolverine band?
"Well, I doubt anything I would do
hasn't been done before," noted
Richter. "George (Cavender) has
covered so much.

"We might
corps style n
the band,"
people woul
swirls in dr
flag section
expanding t
and doing ma
"And I'm
percussion s
be until 1981
will like thin
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things with I
der will be sp
at home in 28
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Band Day (
ProfessorsI
Robert) Rey
podium." ex
Cavender. "
be that of spe
"I'll miss
in a way it y
added, his
glistening in
(Richter) ev
I've offered I
give him."
That's Geo
first class ma
a first class ii

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