The Harvard band increased in splendor and magnificence Saturday as it displayed new concoctions before the 45,000 at the Army game. For the benefit of the West Pointers, a human bullet was shot out of a huge animate machine gun with revolving drum and all.
Don Gahn's army mystified a good part of the Stadium, however, with one of its formations. Four groups spread diagonally across the field, after spelling out four "A's" quickly transformed themselves into "Heil" and then "Army." The cadets were left slightly puzzled, Harvard "radicals," however, this week are preparing for a fresh attack from State representatives and Cambridge Councillors.