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Spiro Agnew threatened to censor the mass media Harvard's Department of Athletics took the lead last weekend by twice censoring the Harvard University Band's halftime show.

Baaron Pittenger, Director of Sports Information, generally has the pleasure of previewing the band shows on Friday afternoon, but last week Adolf Samborski Director of Athletics, filled in and was a little dismayed by what he read. The band proposed to survey the new morality Samborski preferred the old.

Friday night the hand prepared a new script to ridicule the censoring practices of Harvard, Typical of the quick alterations was a new formation. F--; However, during the first quarter of the Yale game. Pittenger read the new band show and conductor James Walker was summoned to the press box. The decision was that another formation (CU T?) had been cut.

The band enjoyed the Yale show, drowned its sorrow in champagne put their copies of the original show into the circular file, and started envisioning formations for halftime shows on Watson Rink.

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