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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, sEPT. 26, 1942

Adding Sauce To The Gander:
Marching Band To Add Spirit
To Michigan's Gridiron Battles

Apple pie without any cheese' may
be a calamity for pastry-lovers, but
football fans can think of a worse
one-a pigskin battle in the Michigan
Stadium without the University
Marching Band on hand.
Prof. William D. Revelli's "Fighting
Hundred" will again be adding the
flavor at the seven home games this
year with their intricate formations
and spirited playing, and the call is
out for prospective freshmen.
As usual some of last year's mem-
bers will be back to give this year's
band a start. But many band uni-
Because the University March-
ing Band has not had sufficient
time to organize for the new sem-
ester, Navy bands took its place
this afternoon. The University
Band will probably appear for the
first time at the Michigan State
game on Oct. 3.

ROTC, Professor Revelli points out.I
School of Music freshmen may also
enroll by electing band as a credit
course, he said. n A S.
Openings In All Sections
"There are openings in all sections
of the marching band this fall," Pro-{
fessor Revelli reports, "and all stu-
dents who have had some musical
experience will be more than welcomej
at Morris Hall during Orientation
Week."

Football Thf ore Finals,
Deans Finally Concede
Conflicts between football games
and final exams are not usual, but
this is an unusual year.
Oiiginally a final was scheduled
from 2 p. in. to 4 p. m. today, but
when the deans found that the Great
Lakes game was set for the same time
they decided it would be rather diffi-
cult to answer questions with cheers
from the stadium ringing in students'
ears and moved it back a full week.
Thus the last final of the first full
summer term in University history
was completed this mcrning.

iwenty Girls Will Finish New Aerial
Mapping Course Here on October 3
Having already received their rat- majority of the women will probably
ir ns as engineering aides, the 20 wo- be placed in one of the bianches of
n.-,n now enrolled in the first class of the War Department.
tl-e new aerial mapping course will According to Prof. Roger L. Morri-
fiish their 12 weeks of training here son, administrator of the course, "the
O°t. 3 women by their enthusiasm and in-
terest have satisfactorily lived up to
As proof that there are more jobs what has been expected of them'
open than there are candidates, each "Our only regret," Prof. Morrison
w iman has received several offers of added, "is that we cannot find
positions from localities throughout enough women to fill the succeeding
the country. They have been trained class which was started Sept. 4, and
to construct maps from aerial photo- we hope that there will be more in
graphs, but many have been asked to !the future who will be interested in
accept positions in related fields. The such an opportunity."

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forms were laid aside for Army khaki
or Navy blue, and freshman tryouts,
always an integral part of the band
organization, will play an even more
important role this fall.
Given nationwide recognition for
its intricate formations in past years,
this 'year's band will again take up
the challenge. Professor Revelli has
indicated, but will tend more to for-
mations related to the United Na-
tions' war effort.
Continuing a policy of close co-
operation with the ROTC department,
band drill this fall will be supervised
by Capt. Leonard W. Peterson, of the
military science department, assisted
by Pat McNaughton, Grad., a band
formations veteran from the Univer-
sity of Nebraska. The drill last year
was conducted by Capt. John A.
Lohla also of the military science de-
partment.
Because of this policy, first-semes-
ter freshmen, generally restricted in
this participation in extra-curricular
activities, may enroll in the band
provided they are also enrolled in

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