Sights and Sounds
Princeton 1987 - Drillmaster I. Jones
Announcer: Ladies and Gentlemen, the Harvard University Band!
(Band marches on the field to "Our Director" forms H)
Announcer: The Band welcomes alumni and students and invites you all to join
us in singing "Yo-Ho."
(Band plays "Yo-Ho.")
Announcer: Please stand as the Band, under the direction of professor Thomas G. Everett, performs our National
(Band plays "Star Spangled Banner," off to Ten Thou)
Announcer: Ladies and Gentlemen, the Harvard University Scholastic Aptitude
(Band marches out to "Harvardiana," forms SAT during verse. BANG to VIP
Announcer: You will have six minutes to complete the Harvard Band's S.A.T.
Princeton students, please be sure to
fill in each oval completely with a number two school. The first section of the test is analogies. For example, Harvard is
to Princeton as:
A) Massachusetts is to New Jersey;
B) Harmony with nature is to toxic waste;
C) Camembert is to Cheese Wiz;
or D) John Fitzgerald Kennedy is to Brooke Shields.
(BANG from VIP to DIP)
(Band plays "Fame." BANG from DIP to VW symbol)
Announcer: Part two of the Harvard Band's S.A.T. is problem solving. Consider this example: A Princeton graduate
leaves Teaneck New Jersey heading Northeast at a velocity of 34.5 Miles Per Hour. Two hours later, a Harvard graduate leaves
Beacon Hill travelling at a speed of 96 miles per hour. If the Princeton graduate is driving a Volkswagon, what kind of car
is the Harvard graduate driving?
(BANG from VW symbol to Mercedes symbol)
(Band plays "Satisfaction." Off to Ten Thou...)