Skirling out of Iowa's tall corn fields, University of Iowa students have formed one of the most unique student musical organization in the U. S. Dressed in colorful plaids ornamented with authentic Scotch paraphernalia, the R. O. T. C. Scottish Highlanders are giving an unusual color to Hawkeye gridiron pageants. The carefully selected group that makes up this unusual musical unit is composed of a drum major, 21 pipers, two base drummers, eight snare and five tenor drummers, and four lassies who dance the highland fling. Organized in 1935 by Col. George F. N. Dailey, the unit has won wide acclaim in the four short years of its existence.
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