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S-R Archive find of the day: 1940 Gonzaga Pep Band

Archive find of the day: In this 1940 photo, resplendent in their new uniforms of blue and white, with gold cord and snappy Hussar caps with plumes , the 50 members of the Gonzaga pep band must be reckoned with when it comes to judging a colorful marching unit. Left to right, are: Joseph McDonough, band master; Ernest Fairleigh, buisness manager; Carr McGarity, secretary-treasurer, and Al Thomas, drum major.  (Photo Archive/spokesman-review)
Archive find of the day: In this 1940 photo, resplendent in their new uniforms of blue and white, with gold cord and snappy Hussar caps with plumes , the 50 members of the Gonzaga pep band must be reckoned with when it comes to judging a colorful marching unit. Left to right, are: Joseph McDonough, band master; Ernest Fairleigh, buisness manager; Carr McGarity, secretary-treasurer, and Al Thomas, drum major. (Photo Archive/spokesman-review)

Archive find of the day: In this 1940 photo, resplendent in their new uniforms of blue and white, with gold cord and snappy Hussar caps with plumes , the 50 members of the Gonzaga pep band must be reckoned with when it comes to judging a colorful marching unit. Left to right, are: Joseph McDonough, band master; Ernest Fairleigh, business manager; Carr McGarity, secretary-treasurer, and Al Thomas, drum major.




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