Band Plays for Yale, Brown [There's a picture of some bandies in dark blazers. It's tough to see, because i got this from microfilm. One has a huge bass drum and two in the back are carrying large signs which say "GO YALE" and "BEAT BROWN"] The Columbia University marching band, universally recognized as "the cleverest band in the world," proved once again last weekend that it is also the dirtiest and most mischievous. Scheduled to play during the halftime of the Columbia-Harvard game at Cambridge on Saturday, the band decided last week to drop in on the Yale and Brown campuses on the way. Leaving Friday night at 12:30, the Lions (or better yet, the Weasels) arrived in New Haven at 3 a.m. They then proceeded to march past the Yale dorms dressed in uniforms resembling those of the Brown band. They played and sang Brown fight songs and a few dirty anti-Yale songs. These antics completed, the band members took off for Providence, arriving at about 6 a.m. Upon arriving, they switched into their dark blue blazers, dark pants, and dark shoes, and then started playing Yale fight songs and dirty anti-Brown songs. After about fifteen minutes, they ran over to Pembroke, not wanting to miss a chance at grossing out the female set. The band proceeded to march into the Pembroke quadrangle and start playing, thereby managing to wake up the whole school at 6:30 a.m. The Pembroke girls all stuck their heads out of the windows, but instead of throwing panties and nylons, they threw water.