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, Songs and Cheers
V I V Q, MNEWH YELL
f 1 Yay! State! Yay! State! Yay! State!
I ' - Hoo-rah Penn State! Hoo-rah Penn State!
E! 4 'I zz, , P-E.N-N-s-T.A.T-E VICTORY
"S ' """ Penn State!!!
EISENHOWER I Come now, classmen, let us sing,
. 'Nj Loyally support the teamg '
" 'N' in " We're here today with our colors gay,
-Q Igflady to wign the: fray?
' 'i et ier it e Pitt or nn,
M Harvard or Cornell, 8
Play the game, every man,
It?-.I And we will win again.
fig , Fight, fight, fight, for the Blue and White,
Victory will our slogan beg
Dear Alma Mater, fairest of all,
' l I-if Thy loyal sons will obey thy call
K go iighit, fight, I-ight, with all their might,
- ' ' ' ver t e goal to gain.
I 4 Into the game for Penn State's fame,
HARTMAN K' 'fig Fight on to victory.
,fi - , J -J. A. Leyden, 14.
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ALMA MATER 4 "Tj le
For the glory of Old State, I!!
For her founders strong and great, I' i
For the future that we wait, I-',-,f
Raise the song, raise the song. M. .
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Sing our love and loyalty, "' f Q' K I ,,
ing OISITLEOILCS tchat, bright land free, PERKIN . MCOLLEGE YELL
est, ot er ear, with tiee. , I
A11 with thee, all with thee. ,I 5 2f3!IF'QgfI A,f,QIIf0XQaf'IffU15ta'e!
When we Stood at lmyhoodrs gate in We're from the land of William Perm
Shapeless in the hands of fate, ' ll SYHQC! Sfatebsfates -
Ifhou didst mold us, dear old State, 'K' f glskum-SI I II
nto men into men. ' ' l. 0 6111- CHHSY fl C- -
i 1' ,fl Team! Team! Team!
May no act of ours bring shame ij,
To one heart tl1at loves thy name, fri
May our lives help swell thy fame, 'Q
Dear old State, dear old State. "Iii
-Fred Lewis Pzzttee. " L
MCCARTER ' K
THE NITTANY LION - li
Every college has a. legend 4'
Passed on from year to year ' '
To which they pledge allegiance 5 3 '
And always cherish dear, I'..sf si
But of all the honored idols, ' ' X- '.
There's but one which stands the test, '
It's the stately Nittany Lion, 5
The symbol of our best. B '
Chorus 1 d GLSIRENQ7 ERNSTILIN
Hail to the Lion, loya an true,
Hail Alma. Mater with her White and Blue. g3IIllIi,RsgIlIIjlagt!atey '
Penn State forever, moulder of men, 1 'I I - I ' 1 ' 1 ' Z., .1 fy N,
. . . . S-s-s-s s s s. Boom. Ah. . I r, ,.
Flght for her honor. Fight! and victory again. U-'Ong Siren Whistle, - - V
There's old Pittsburgh with its Panther STATE! il! I I I I 'sal V 'N
And Penn her Red and Blueg Team- Team' Team' ' ' g , l
Dartmouth, with its Indian i'lIXH7"
And Yale her Bulldog toog ' .I I ' I'
Then old Princeton with its Tiger, X1 I r A--753 . I
Cornell with its Bear, L' ' . - -'
But speaking now of victory, g 1 '
We'1l get the Lion's share!
-f. A. Leydenflfl. HEWE5