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In the 1950s, the Dartmouth Indian Chiefs band was part of an Ivy League Jazz revival. Though none of the Indian Chiefs' recordings from that time appear to be online, a couple of the group's veterans today play with the New Black Eagle Jazz Band, which does have a number of sound clips from which to choose.
So tune down the culture wars, and listen to a bit of "That Rhythm Man" or "Under the Double Eagle."
Perhaps the best comment on the situation was given to Power Line by 1999 Dartmouth alum Zach Hafer:
He writes that he is not surprised "that the football team just capped another 2-8 season, given that the AD is spending her time meeting with 'aggrieved' students,' 'develop[ing] a specific and continuing plan to address issues of respect and tolerance within the athletic department,' and writing letters of profuse apology."
If the Dartmouth Indian Chiefs were still around they could play a rendition of "Crazy Blues." #