UNIVERSITY BAND TO LEAD STUDENTS TO SOLDIERS FIELD

No Information Released Concerning Starting Lineups--Team Works Over Yale Formations

With the climax of the 1928 gridiron season but two days off, students of the University, lead by the Harvard Band, will rally and march through the Yard and Square to Soldiers Field to cheer the Crimson forces in their final open practice of the fall campaign.

At 3:15 O'clock this afternoon, the Band will form before the steps of Widener Library and then proceed through the Yard, passing by Holworthy, Stoughton, Hollis and Harvard Halls into the Square. Thence the route of the parade will be down Holyoke Street to Mt. Auburn and De wolf Streets to Mill Street behind the Freshman dormitories. The procession will then march over the Larz Anderson bridge to Soldiers Field. Cheers will there be conducted for the members of the team as they run through a light workout.

Secret Practice Yesterday

Yesterday afternoon's session differed but little from the others this week, according to the meagre information released at the Locker Building after the workout. The official spokesman of the Athletic Association announced that there was another demonstration of Yale plays, followed by a signal drill for Teams A and B. No inkling as to the makeup of these two combinations could be gleaned, but a rumor was current that the first eleven is substantially the same as that which has carried Harvard hopes in the encounters so far this fall.