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IT's BEEN A Good GROWN IN BoTH AMp NUMBERS! September 23, 1982 EWU Supplement Page 15 band expands marching program Wil- is looking a few good he's looking of good to swell the band 150-piece stu- Hoch- 150 band arrayed in uniforms With $7,000 and is a fitting to its stuff Kingdome for the last is third for the Vet Bronco While for the of course, noted that, few col- of the state to play Ling is the and the allot- the pur- equip- the a musical Which has in is pride the Ling band recruits dUring the re- stressed raore than faces a musical direc- Positions People and Positions. In of are not Hochkeppel music majors, he said. Es- pecially interesting to the director are freshmen with high school band experience. "I really think it's a shame when a student lets all that experience go to waste when he or she can have as much or even more fun using those talents in a university band," he said. With their first perfor- mance scheduled for Sept. 25, initial practices will be a little on the intense side for a while as the band masters a num- ber of pieces leading to the all-important Kingdome per- formance. But, after the first week of school students can expect to practice from 2 to 4 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, with dress re- hearsal the day of a perfor- mance. For those interested in band participation that doesn't lead them to the football field, Hochkeppel said the university also offers membership, without audi- tions, in the Symphonic Band and the Basketball Pep Band. Positions in the Jazz En- semble and the Symphonic Wind Ensemble are deter- mined by appointment audi- tions. Credit is available or not depending on the stu- dent's individual needs. So, if the pomp and pag- eantry of a parade band appeals, if the sophisticated atmosphere of a symphonic ensemble intrigues, or if the idea of all-expense paid travel sounds like fun, con- tact Hochkeppel at 359-2446. He's waiting with baton raised, arms opened wide and with brand new uniforms for all. Eastern's Marching Band 'BIGGER JUICY Bt[RGERS' Mon. through Sat. 11 a.m.-lO p.m. Sunday -- "Resting" BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL 50% OFFw, THCOUpON CHOOSE FROM ANY OF I DELUXE BURGERS OR A SPECIAL SANDWICH LISTED BELOW THE DOUBLE WHAMMY OR THE STROMBOLI 1/2 Price w,co PHONE ORDERS WELCOME 1204 1st 235-6126 lm m m III nil mmm mm m imnlmmm mmmm0o mm m nl ill GOOD FOR 50% OFF ANY BURGER OR ONE OF OUR HOUSE SPECIALS THE DOUBLE WHAMMY OR THE STROMBOLI GOOD TILL SEPTEMBER 30th PLEASE PRESENT WHEN ORDERING I LIMIT 1 BURGER OR 1 SPECIAL SANDWICH PER COUPON I Coupon V#ue 1/20 of I Cent  lllll nllllllllllll ii