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23 Who originated the "Let's Go cheer? (college marching band)




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This article is from the College marching band FAQ, by Adam Elman aelman@cs.stanford.edu, Meredith McClurg mcclurg@minerva.cis.yale.edu, Patrick Neschleba pjnesch@stanfordalumni.org and Craig Moe craigmoe@mindspring.com with numerous contributions by others.

23 Who originated the "Let's Go cheer? (college marching band)

The earliest appearance of the cheer was at Michigan, where it's known as
"Let's Go Blue." It was arranged by Joe Carl, a tuba player from 1973 to
1976, and Albert Ahronheim, a drum major from 1972 to 1974. It originated
as a cheer at Michigan hockey games before moving to the gridiron.

 

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