Cleverest Band Banned In a startling announcement, Richard "Red" Rolfe, sports director at Dartmouth, and head of the Ivy League public relations committee, stated yesterday that Columbia's "Cleverest Band in the World" will be banned from future Ivy League athletic contests. "Columbia's band is perenially in poor taste," Rolfe declared. "It seems to thrive on being gross." Rolfe pointed to the band's "Birth Control" show, performed at Cornell last fall, as the breaking point in a long line of misdeeds by the band. "I would not have wanted my mother to see that show," Rolfe asserted. "Because of that, I feel that the show was definitely out of the bounds of propriety." This ban will doubtless have great effect on the "World's Cleverest," who will apparently have to be content with playing at Crew Day (if it's against a non-Ivy opponent) and at Barnard fire drills. Richard B. Heyman '69, band manager, could not be reached on this startling development.