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SHORTY M LLER SONG WILL BE HEARD HER E State College Thespians to Produce Their Musical Comedy, "The Yankee Brigands" THE LAST DITCH YELL Words Are All About the Harris - burg Star Who Has Won Fame on the Gridiron "Shorty" Miller Is again In the Itine - llght, thin time literally, too, for he Is featured In the football song that Is one of the catohlest In the mu sical comedy, "The Yankee Hrl - gands," which the I'enn State Thespians will produce In the Majestic theater on tho Tuesday following Kaster. The song describe the football field before the game and then tells of Miller and his speed with the ball, ending with the scores of last season's games. In which he played a prominent part. Th title of the song Is Hate's "last ditch" yell, which Is yelled with the same spirit that the old - time lHtllo crys were given. It is called "Hold "Em. State!" and the words are as follows: (rand stand, afternoon. Hear tho band playing a tune. Girls In plenty everywhere. Cheers and music till the air. Here they come, 'Varsity Hoy. Hear that cheer. Gee! What a noise! There's the whistle, the lmll's In play, Wonder what we 11 score to - day! Oo on! Go on! Now hold. 'em, State! Beat It. Shorty, strike your gait. There never was a mother's son Could run tho way that boy can run. And when the score Is forty - two And put the subs In for a few. f'enn State. Penn State! We have a team that 1 simply great. Old Cornell: twenty - nine, six. IT. of P.: fourteen, nix. Pittsburgh: thirty - eight to rip, Why do we take that Pittsburgh trip? W. and J. faded away, Villanova? Oh, well say! Gettysburg by twenty - five. Wonder of Carnegie Tech's alive! a

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 10 Mar 1913, Mon,
  3. Page 11

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