The University of Arkansas Razorback Band: a History, 1874-2004 ©

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The Beginnings of a University
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A Band on the Campus 18741908
7
The Band Takes On New Responsibilities 19081921
21
The Razorback ROTC Hand Makes an Impact 19211927
35
The Foutz Years 19271940
41
The War Years and the Emergence of the Civilian Marching Razorback Band 19411948
61
The MartyWidder Years 19481956
73
The Worthington Years 19561970
107
The Janzen Years 19701385
155
The RagsdaleRobken Years 19851991
205
The WarrenGunter Years 19912004
225
A FINAL WORD FROM THE AUTHOR
281
BAND DIRECTORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FAYETTEVILLE MARGHING BAND
283
DRUM MAJORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FAYETTEVILLE MARCHING RAZORBACK BAND
285
INDEX
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