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November 26, 1896 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-11-26

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ht 6,JtYNIViallsitY6o iCAIGAN #.AI LY.

Yai to theribbons that Nature has
Yells -and songs. Pura hY
lurra h for -lie Yellow and Blue

_

(Air. "The Golden Hair was Hanging

U. OF M. RAH! RAH! RAH! RAHt
U. OF M RAHI RAHt RAHI RAHI!
ROOI RAH!! ROO! RAN!!
MICHIGAN MICHIGAN RAH RAH! RAHII
-1-
Who can? We can!
Michigan, can! can!
Beat Chi-ca-go !!
-2 -
Who made that play?
Who saved the day?
'- 'twas !
-2-34-6-6°79-1011=-12,
That was the score!
(ome, boys, this year an make it
more!
-4-
Who trains Chicago?
A. Alonzo Stagg!
What do we say of him?
"He's a warm rag!"
- 5-
Ye-e-e-e! Ki-yippi, Kd yan !
What's the matter with Michigan?
She's 0. K.! Who's 0. IK?
The team that's going to win today!!
Goit-Chica! Go-it-Chica!
Go it as hard as you can! !
We'll make you sweat,
Now you can bt!
We bhys from Michigan! !
-7--
Dickory! Dickory! Dock! !
The mouse ran up the clock!
The game's begun,
There'll soon be fun! !
Dickory! Dickory! Dock
r?" -Y
ryry
A TOOCUDOWN-.
THE YELLOW AND BLUE.
Sing to the colors that float in the
light;
Hurrah for the Yellow and Blue!
Yellow are the stars as they ride thro'
the night,
And reel in a rollicking crew;
Yellow the fields where ripens the
grain,
And yellow the moon on the harvest
wain;
Hail!
Hail to the colors that float in the
light;
Hurrah for the Yellow and Blue!
Blue are the billows that bow to the
sun
When yellow-robed morning is due;
Blue are the curtains that Evening
has spun,
1he slumbers of Phoebus to woo;
Blue are the blossoms to memory
dear,
And blue is the sapphire, and gleams
like a tear;
Hail!

Here's to the college whose colors we
wear;
Here's to the hearts that are true!
Here's to the maid of the golden nair,
And eyes that are brimming with
blue!
Garlands of blue-bells and maize in-
tertwine;
And hearts that are true and voices
combine;-
Hail!
Hail to the college whose colors we
wear;
Hurrah for the Yellow and Blue!
--Charles Gaylcy.
(Air: "The Ied, White and Blue.")
0, Ann Arbor, the gem of the nation,
The home of true sport, pure and
free,
The shrine of each rooters devotion,
The West offers homage to thee.
"Thy mandates make heroes assem-
ble"
When the oval is brought into view,
Thy banners inake foes all to tremble
When borne by the yellow and blue.
Chorus:-
When borne by the yellow and blue,
When borne by the yellow and blue,
Thy banners make foes all to tremble
When borne by the yellow and blue.
"'The wine cup, the wine cup bring
hither
And fill you it true to the brim;
May the wreaths they have won never
wither,
.Nor the star of their glory grow
dim;"
May our warriors in battle c'er
waver,
"But they to their colors prove true;"
The team and Ann Arbor forever-
Three cheers for the yellow and blue.
Chorus:--
Three cheefs for the yellow and blue,
Three cheers for the yellow and blue,
The team and Ann Arbor forever-
Three cheers for the yellow and blue.
-O. .L H., '98.
(Air: Ta-ra-ra Bom-de-aye.")
Eleven men from Michigan,
ome here to do you spick and span:
Youl always see us in the van,
We sturdy sons of Miehigan.
CHORUS.
Rah! Rah! 1iah! boom-de-ay!
Rah! ai! Rah! boom-de-ay!
Here is the U. of AI.
To do you up again;
Rtah! Rah! Rah! hoom-de-ay!
Rah! Rah! Rah! boom-de-ay!
Here is the U. of M.
To do you up again.
Eleven men from Chicago,
Try to show what they don't know;
If you don't believe it's so,
Just get on to how they blow.
Elbel, 1900.
(Air: "She may have seen Better
Days.")
"Clii" may have seen better days,
W«hen 'she. was im her prune;
"Ohi" may have seen better days,
Tell us when was that time.
Though on her own grouids she fights,
Trying her foxiest plays,
We're going home with the scalp of
"Chi "
Who has seen better days.
H. B. S.. '9 .

Down Her Bacek")
The U. of A. Is in Chlcago a football
game toplay,
And we'll wave the maize and blue
agoing back;
'Tis the last game of the season, 'tis
on Thanksgiving Day,
And we'll wave the maize and blue
a going back.
OHORUS.
Chicago, Chicago, They used to play
the game
Before they strike Old Mich'gan they
are fly;
But alas! and, aack! Our line and
our backs
"We'll get them" where the chicken
got the axe.
Anti when the game is over we'll be
champions of the west,
And we'll wave the maize and blue
agoing back
Our players we'll be heroes and Chi-
cag knows the -rest.
And we'll wave the flag of victory
going back.
EGAN, '99 L.
(Air: "Comin' Through the Rye.")
If a body-meet a body
('onin' round the end,
If a body meet a body
Need a body bend;
Every line-up has its smash-up
All save Michigan,
She's the noblest and the boldest,
flail to Michigan.
If Chicago bucks the center
There'll she'll find us strong,
If she tries to plunge through tackle
There'll she'll find she's wrong;
Every line may fall before her
All save Michigan,
She's the noblest and the boldest,
hail to Michigan.
Now we'll cheer for Michigan,
The finest of the fine,
A-rushing round with half-back plays
And bucking through the line;
Every team has felt our prowess
We of Michigan,
We're the noblest and the boldest,
Hail to Michigan.
-Marshall, 19.
(Air: "Give Us a Drink, Bartender.")
Oh, listen to us, Chicago, Ohicago,
And we'll tell to you a tale,
Twill not be long but effective, effect-
vye,
As Princeton's was to Yale.
We'll break right through your guards
and center
And through your tackles, too,
And 'round your ends we will surely
circle,
With cheers for the Yellow and the
Blue.
Chorus:--
Then look out for us, Chicago, CI-
cago,
We're in this game to win;
We've never yet failed to do you, to
do you,
And we'll do you now again.
-0. H. I., 'PS..
Air:-Midway.)
We will beat Chicago,
We will beat Chicago, ,
'We will beat Chicago,
Michigan.
The official yellinasters are as fol-
lows: I. L. Hill (captain), 'H. Hole,
A. A. Marshall, James Pell, A. M.
Smith, V. C. Mooney. .

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