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getting psyched up for this year's 'Battle
With the addition of five girls to the
marching band, things will be a little
different on the road.
"In previous years we traveled we'd
pile into a truck stop to eat," Alexander
said. "We used both rest rooms because
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don't know what we'll do. Before, when
Diane Tangermann (NU's award-winning
baton twirler) was the only girl who
traveled with us, she just got in line and
waited her turn like everybody else."
"Initially, letting the girls join took
the spirit out of the band," said another
member. "But everyone's recovered by
now. The girls have taken the kidding and
jokes in stride."
Usually the entire band makes one
road trip per season, and one bus load is
taken to each of the other out of town
games. In addition to the single bus,
members drive their own cars to the away
games. They pay their own expenses, but
get into the game free.
A nine-man pep band went to UCLA
this season. Their transportation was paid
for by the Athletic Department, but they
were fed and housed by Nebraska alumni.
Many remember trips to bowl games.
Alexander has gone to the Sugar, Sun and
"I preferred the Sun Bowl to any of
the others," he said. "The people in El
Paso seemed real glad to see us, but in
New Orleans and Miami they didn't care.
And every year it seems like the
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