BAND TO PRACTICE UNDER STARS IN UNIQUE WORKOUT
The headlights of seven automobiles will be pressed into service tonight, tomorrow, and Thursday evenings to furnish illumination for the practice of the Harvard Band on the enclosed practice field, in preparation for the Michigan game. Laboratory work in the afternoons will prevent a great many of the members of the Band from practicing during the day, so that night practice has been resorted to in order to give the players the necessary drill before they go to Ann Arbor. However, regular practice will be held Friday afternoon.
Marching practice will be conducted in the rays of the headlights, as well as rehearsal of the numbers which will be played on its trip. Eighty of the band, including the leader and manager, will make the trip to Ann Arbor, occupying three cars of the Leavitt and Peirce special train which leaves Boston Friday.