National Geographic : 1936 Jun
oU iNationat txeograpmc society inlay fnotograph Dy Edwin L.Wisherd THE "PLAIN" BRISTLES WITH MARCHING MEN AS THE CORPS OF CADETSPASSES IN REVIEW Row on row, nearly 1,300 strong they come. The twelve companies first assemble in front of their barracks, and when "Adjutants' Call "sounds, they march to the field. At the conclusion of the parade, the band plays "To the Colors," and the retreat gun booms out. Then the musicians strike up in fast tempo "The Star-Spangled Banner" while the Stars and Stripes are being lowered. The sloping hillbeyond has been called "Crow's Nest" since Revolutionary times.