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BALTIMORE BOUND BAND WITHOUT HEAD MANAGER

Leggett Illness Follows on Heels of Controversy With The New Yorker Over Status of Bass Drum

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When the Harvard University Band leaves for Baltimore from the South Station tonight at 10:55 o'clock, they will be without the services of their manager M. Bryce Leggett '38, it was learned late yesterday.

The nature of Leggett's illness is unknown, but it is suspected that it was brought about by the strain of his fiery defense of the genuineness of the hand's six-foot bass drum. In completely denying the assertion in the current issue of the New Yorker, he declared the drum to be in A No. 1 condition. Evidently he was not speaking for himself at the same time.

As a result of his inability to make the trip, assistant manager Charles D. Duffy '39 will have charge of the band's activities for the Navy game.

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