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The Harvard band has gone through some intricate formations during the last few years for the benefit of Stadium spectators, but none have been so confusing as the one which the Pennsylvania band performed last week at the Yale game.

It was so intricate in fact, that the radio announcer stated to the outside world that the band was representing the state of Pennsylvania, complete with the Schuylkill River and the Appalachian Mountains within the State's borders.

It was not until after the game that Penn rooters nearly killed the announcer as they told him that they were really depicting the Liberty Bell with a crack down the middle, and the "mountain range" was actually the bandmaster in a raccoon coat.

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