SONG FOR PRINCETON GAMES

"All Harvard, Hail" by C. A. Tierney '22 and P. J. Fitz-Gerald '23 Will be Sung This Afternoon

"All Harvard Hail", the new University song written especially for Princeton games, will be sung this afternoon for the first time. The music is by Charles Alfred Tierney '22 of Dorchester, tackle on last year's University team, and the words by Philip John Fitz-Gerald '23 of Brookline. The words are as follows:

ALL HARVARD, HAIL

Chorus

Tiger comes down with roar and claw: he hopes to win today.

Old Jungle Town will shortly learn how much we spurn their style of play (rah, rah, rah).

When we assail we'll rout them out with cheer and about and we will knot Tiger's tail.

On-ward to vict'ry all Harvard, Hail.

Interlude

Fight! . . . . Fight! . . . . We don't fear, we don't fear, we don't fear Tiger's bite.

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