The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 11, 1976, Page page 9, Image 9

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Music from the reed instruments that fill the air dining
NU footbaH ganscs are saxophones, net clarinets. UNU
band director, Robert Fought, said clarinets caa't be
heard in Memorial S&fiisa. '
Fought sail the clarinets were replaced by saxzphones
last year because the clarinets' volume is too small and
they "don't contribute to the sound of the bind.
Most woodwind instruments are kft out of the ranks,
Fought sail. Twelve piccolos hare replaced the Gates
because the hii pitch of the instrursect can be heard
better in the stailum.
Ikczase it is easy for woodwind players to play other
woodwind instruments. Fought sail, the best players were
chosen dining auditions regardless cf their instrument.
However, stuiszis who played oboe, bassoon, bass clari
net, alto clarinet or baritone saxaphone were asied to
play saxophone, he said.
If we bad no Emit on instrumentation, we would kt
them play their own instruments, Fought sail. The
marchins band is limited to 2CO rnemhers because of
the stadium's size and the room needed for shows, he sail.
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Three authorities on assassinations wO spesx at 70
tonight in the Nebraska Union. The panel is sponsored by
the Union Program Council (U?C) as part of theTower
ami - Corzptscy in America: YJjo's in CbrJwl?"
symposium. .
Mark Lane, founder of the Citizens Ccmmizion of
Inquiry in to the assassination of John Kennedy, wi3
speak with Donald Freed, author of The KCZzs ofRFK,
and Jeff Cohen, who is a researcher with the Assassination
Information Duresa and has written From Messizh to
Martyr: The King Aszzsznztion about the assassination of
Martin Luther King.
EMne Brown, chairwoman of the Elack Panther party,
will speak Tuesday at 7:30 pjm. in the Union. Brown is
also executive director of the Educational Opportunities
Corp., which operates the Oakland, Calif, Community
School and the Oakland Community .Learning Center,.
Brown, who is a singer, currently is under contract
with Motown Records. She will speak about Whatever
Happened to the Black Panthers
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