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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2015-09-15 14:18:09

1921 AOII Songbook

Alpha Omicron Pi Song Book




ALPHA OMICRON PI SONG BOOK
COMPILED AND EDITED BY THE SONG COMMITTEE
MAE KNIGHT SIDDELL (SIGMA'06) CHAIRMAN
1921


Copyright, 1921, by
ALPHA OMICKON PI

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PRIZE SONG
THE MESSAGE OF THE ROSE
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ANNETTE MACKWIGHT (Delta '14) ftrf
Andante canUdnle^
H. MAKION JAMERON (Delta ' 17) -
The fra-grance of the rose
Soft - ly
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is borne on
tho air. . .
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SI Thusthydear ttpir-it,Al-plia 0,shallev-orlive.
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free - ly gift* to ahare. Ser - vice, hope and love. . to the
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ONCE MORE UNITED FLORENCE LUCAS SANVILLE (Alpha, '01)
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LOncemorea-ni-ted,Faithandfriendshipplight-ed,JoinIneu-treat-ingPeacetothisour 2.lireourdis-band-ing,Inthysliel-torstand-ing.Ourpledg-tswere-new,Al-pha,thy
Si
Let
oth - ers
SI
lil - y
fair, Or
pur-pie vi
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Let oth - ers
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boast of
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praise the
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meet-ing. This hour of un - ion,Thisspaceof sweetcum-mun - ion, Al- pha, we give to thee, work to do ; Thy fpre-cepts to ob - serve, Faith - ful - ly thee to serve, Al - pha, e - tor - nal - ly !
i r~r EDITH A . DIETZ (Alpha)
2?
THE ROSE OF RED
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" Drink to me only with thine eyes' Old English A i r
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till
P :FE oth - er flow'rs Whose charms they'll ne'er for - get; But first and fore-most in our hearts For
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ev - er-more shall be . . The fra-grant rose of deep - est red Of our fra-ter- ni - ty.
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VIVEL'AOPI
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UNISON
THREE PART
Andlust-i-lysingto the jol-ly oldnous,
Vi-ve la A Vi-ve la A
O Pi. O Pi.
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HEIEN K .HOT (NU) UNISON
1. Nowcome,all ye 2.A-waywiththetonsofthedust-yoldtomes, 8.Nowjoytoeachoth-erlet'ssingoneandall,
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In Al-pha
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to-geth-er, what-ev- er
may fall,
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Ped.
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Vi -ve
la Chi;
Vi-ve
VI-ve
la Xi,
Vi-ve la A
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sis-ters,andtune upyourthroats,
Vi-ve la A Vi-vela A Vi-vela A
Pi.
Vi - ve la,
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Vi - ve
la, Vi - ve la Phi,
Vi - ve
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" Vive L'Amour."
THREE PART
College Song
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Allegretto
W ords and music by HELEN S. HAKDT (Kappa '17)
Come fill theworld with the prais - es Herepledgeyourlove to each sis - t«r
Of Al In Al
Al-pha,Al-pha, Al
pha,Our hearts*tru-estlove to thee
We'll
A TOAST TO ALPHA O
1. Come sing a song to Al - - pha, Come let it ride to the sky; 2. Come drink a toast to A l - pha Come lift yourglaas - es . high,
4.
rWith even su ing
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sing thy praise thru end - less days, We pledge thee our loy - al - ty.
cres.
ores.
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pha Omi - cron
pha Omi - cron PI.
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CHORUS
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'CAUSEI'MINAOTT
Words and music by MADELEINE JEFFERS (Delta '16)
1. A fresh-man came to col-lege and her (Four years later) 2. The fac - ul - ty as - sem-bled,aiid were (Four years later) 3. A moth-er rocked a era-die where she
in - vi - ted her hope ful for va - le - die - to ri had a ba - by girl; That daugh - ter was a pearl, with blue eyes and a
ly. She had three bids, was all up - set, her head was in a whirl. Hut an. And when the best were sift - ed down and nuin - bered mere - ly three, The
INTRODUCTION
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name was Isa - belle Lee; She lookedmight-y good so we
com-mon sense won, when pledg-ing was done She said to us joy - ful - ly: " I ' m so chair-man said "Done—I'vechos-en this one," And 'point-ed to Isa - belle Lee. " I chos-en the best, you must do the rest, So hold your head up high. " F o r some
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pres- ent ev - ery man; The choos - ing then be - gan
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curl. Said she
" For you
I've bright
- est hopes,
to win
them you must
try , I'fe
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glad chose day
that I chose Al - pha, . . her forshe's Al - pha, . .
I'm so glad
For she stands Some sweet day
I'm A ( )
for A O in A 0
. . . Who'll stand by you, . . . Who'll stand by
. . . Who'll stand by
with old New Eng - land, yet care - ful stu - dy, . the best for daugh - ters,
North and South . . Proud to keep . . . Cheer up, ba - by,
all form the their stand-ard don't you
'CAUSE I'M IN A O II
you'll be in A l - pha,
.
.
II; II; II;
They're the true They're the true They're the true
girls and the real girls, .
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or die or die or die
L7J
All the
Lots of fun,
do you, do you, do
West Moth-er's know
girls and the real girls and the real
girls, . girls, .
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[Whistle
; Hear them call - ing far and Hear their watchword far and Hear them call - ing far and
HI
ing
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Loy -al
11
'CAUSE I'M IN A O II
wide, All the stars shine bright, the world's a - light, 'Cause I'm in A 0 n "
— ss— I EPSILON CHAPTER SONG
Epsilou tSuapter
Moderato
Al pha
82—
nigh, nigh,
A l l the stars shine bright, the world's a - light, 'Cause we chose All the stars shine bright, the world's a - light, 'Cause you'll be
A A
O n " O JJ."
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for-ev -er,
Al-pha, to
thee.
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sis-ters are we,
Friends as
the
years
go by,


MADELEINE JEFFERS (Delta'16)
H. MARION JAMESON (Delta 1 7 )
this great coun-try wide ;
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Hut the
best of
f
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them all
Kow I
will
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For
.she.stands for loy - al - ty,
Spir - it
true, aud love.
Let your song ring
clear
and strong
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P - H - A
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SPELLING SONG
There are frats, and Jol - ly fn-ts,
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to you
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con - fide ;
eres.
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Loy - al, strong, and health - y ju-st all the sto - ries go. And
55 you ask a Tufts man which ones he lites the best, Ile'U tell you A l - pha
11 m ve i?3
done the best I'V BI
r
When you spell A 1' li
LOUISE PRESCOTT (Delta '21) p>w»——
INCISE PRESCOTT and LORBA S. JAMESON (Delta '21)
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sail
starts the run
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SPELLING SONG 11 M - I - C R - O - N
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HEKNOWS!
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9JL Pi r
- ly bunch of frat girls that we have in Al - plia (),
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10
1stversebyGERTRUDEF.Jmmon (Chi'14)
2nd verse by ANNETTE MACKSIRHT (Delta '14)
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LOYALTY
5s S 1.DearAl-pha,wegatu-erinfriend-shipto-night,Andourvowsofal-le-eiancere-new^ 2. Once a-gam we are meet-ing with hand clasp so firm And the warm glow of lore ta our ey*,' \
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his-ters all, or from t^orth or from Southeast or West, For we're bound by the same dear loved
" Believe me if all those endearing young charms " Irish .Melody
i t e r thj P'a<* ia our hearts, To .~thee we shall ev'- e*r proV
r
- en each
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May we
strength
leads tho'uSh oth - er
•"far we and all lend
"'ayroam, Thy~~
—frr
night, deep and strong, For . thee, Al - pha Om - i - cron PL^"~
one__of_our
band, Joined, to -geth'-
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cross be - tween Book-worm and but - ter - fly. set a - part By l>cak and roll - ing plain, ru - mor says; They'IIglad -ly tell you why.
Nu Chap-ter is at New York U. Of NuKap-padowninTex- as,
I-o-ta at the U. of I.,O Om - i - cron of Ten - nes - see, Lndi-
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NV
A CHAPTER BALLAD
AtNew-combLs achap-ter,Theycallthatchap-ter H, S« - ma out in Berke-ley And Gam-ma down in Maine
Lamb-da lives at Stan-ford. At Syr - a - case is CW,
Andev-erygirl'sa Face the o - ceans
VIBOINIA WITHERS (Pi '09) Allegretto
1 WaitfortheWagon"
K B . BUCKLEY
prim-ness went ' lis hard to uu - der - stand.
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awe, For there the maid-ens are in-clmed To eub-jecU like tta law. Fiwi Ion at Cor - nell Holdout a hand of fel -low-ship And know the grip right well. kTv- a B - U -noU! With Rho at great North -west - ern Can share her Al - pha joy.
Be-to Phi Will -slip a lit - tie non sense in. On that you may re - ly.
Si
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Close l£Jta Tl-Pha, Far and near in Al-pha, North or South or Kast or West.It'8 Phi M u ^ Chi!
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A live - ly lot so M o n - U - na State holds Al-pha Phi And Psi's a Quak-er band, But where their Quak-tr
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1i::i t CHORUS.
C H 0 E "'
7 Zeta of Nebraska has led us far along
And largely 'tis to her we owe that we can sing this song. Come Theta, then, come Kappa, Omega come with Rho, Our cheer shall ring so far and wide t'will shame the radio!
CHORUS.


12
ANNETTE MACKNIGHT (Delta '14)
each
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m
has
smile
so broad
that's SulV
last '
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A pha 0
here with
The lin rhe kind
ev er found
CONVENTION
Oh, oh, chil-dren dear, and do you hear The news that's go - ing round? 'Tis From. East, from West, from North and South They've come both thick and fast; And
•Wearin' of the Green " Irish A i r
3 m Con
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ven - tion here has brought them Most a
hun - dred thou-sand strong! They're here because they
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^0•• here, and
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gay With
laugh- tar and with song.
B u t , ,
oh, their
!
hearts are
warm, I
know With
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CONVENTION 13
1. Oh, Al - pha O, Oh, Al - pha O, We love and hon - or thee, For
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" Love's Own Sweet Song" By SABI
A.
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^—-fieg:1
S - S — f J - fe- »•— IP —
what they mean to do.
BE -r-Ji—
I'm ve - ry glad I'm one of them,Now, tell me, are not you? =t
OH, ALPHA O RHO OF ALPHA O
1st verse by BEULAH RUSH (Zeta '17) 2nd verse by MABEL GASTFIELH (Rho)
2. Rho
of Al - pha O, O how r^r* "*"r*"
we love
to be
with you Your
"1 -
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5^
girls are fair - est
£ «fc e
of
In
And tru - est of
the true. . . .
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faith and friend - ships are
so strong the fair
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our fra - tar - ni - ty; . . . . Thy
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m
mem - o - ry we'll car - ry dear, Wher-ev - er we
We will ev - er loy - al be To our fra- tar - ni - ty. -
may go; .
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toast to Rho of
- »
thee, Love, loy - al Al - pha O, . .
1 T"-S—tar—i *~
- ty, Dear Al All . . hail
-
- pha
to Thee! . . .
O


14
INA CARNEY (Delta '20)
DELTA CHAPTER SONG
H _ tiXMlon JAMESON (Delta '17)
Us There is one
n
fa
pro-pcr things that you should do.
.
.
lie-sides stu - dies and
3BE
all that
\ ou must find the pro-per
frat;
And we'veallbeen luck-y, youand I, . . It's the ap -pie of my eye, A O II.
*m
tiling that I
3'
'Tis that as
know ,
thru life you i i
go,
I f you
stay a while at col - lege You must have a lit - tie know!-edge Of all the
ALPHA O ROUND KLOISK and ELOINE FLEMING (Upsilon '18)
fo thee, 0 Al - pha, kind and true, May
vice al - ways do, A n d bring great hou
—*
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LOlrl Tune. JENKINS


IB
VIOLA PHILLIPS (Nil Omicron '20) PEARL T ITTLE (Nil Omicron '21)
SOLO
1. Oh, I went to
2. Oh, A O
3. Ex - ams came a - long. we passed them all, A
1
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CHORUS
all the "frats" did look at me, A poor lit - tie Freshman was I . With danc - ing eyes and vamp-ing hair, A wise old Soph am I . All the oth - er "frats" just gave a "stall," A staid old Ju-nior am L
"Stu - dy on," says Fare-thee-well, my
i
A O col-lege
CHORCS
afc-it
took A O Pi. sigh. And all the rest, they tried their best, But I chose A O Pi.
col-lege to get a de -gree, A Pis are maid - ens fair, A
lit - tie Fresh-man was lit - tie Soph am
1 ij
to days, Dear A 0
4. Oh, I went to col-lege and got
a
de - gree, A
CHORDS
"Come a - long," "Good - by," "Stu -dy on,"
Fare - thee - well,
Come a - long,"
" Good - by," "Stu - dy on," Fare - thee - well,
girls all
Soi.o
And
And
4 -
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cry. " It's up
Pi, "You'll have to dig
Pi,
this is
a - long.
what is
left of
me, A
dig - ni - tied
Se-nior am L
WHILE IN COLLEGE
you to
choose your
'frat,' " So I
to I'll
6' - qual us, It's eith - er do or die." al - ways love, And ev - er sing her praise.

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a - long.
Polly- woUy-doodle " Old Song
poor
wise
staid old Ju-nior am dig-ni - lied Se-nior am
Come a - long," the
"Good - by," the oth - ers
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I WAS WALKING DOWN THE STREET
M. ROBINSON (Psi) A m i 0. WOLL (Psi)
55
1. I was walk - ing down the street When a gir - lie I did meet. She looked 2. " I am hap - py, Sir," she said. Nod•ding shy - ly her small head. "I've at - 8. "Yes,youguessed it right a - way. You couldnev - er go as - tray, For now
cute tained I'm
ver - y gay, Then she smiled and looked my way.
Briskly
WHISTLE SONG
Words and music by PAULINE PEARSON HOFFMAN (Rho)
:2
It's the song that we love the best; Oh, I am an A 0
Oh, I am an A () Pi,
Pi;
0
Come give it with
a
-0-
vim and 7.est. (Whistle
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)
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5
When its
JL
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great - est
aim I be - long to a
'frat' of till I
fame." die!"
Pi: I am
hap - py
I notes come ring-ing high, A thrill goes thro'the heart of ev -'ry A 0 Pi.
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IN THE LOVE OF A O PI
To Phi Chapter
Words and music by HELEN DOROTHT JENKS (Phi)
For DO inat - ter where we wan - der, Nor how man - y days go by,
• Our
marcato
of A O Pi.
Sing of the cheer of now and here, I" the love of A O Pi.
live in the
CHORUS 5^
truth the
T
days of
our youth,
In the love of A O
!
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n .
f I
i s
<»)—' Shall
if1/.
i
1. Sing of the gold - en pres 2. Sing of the gold - en fu
ent . . • Ban -i8 "e a c h 8r i e f
a n < 1 R i g l '- and I
hearts will
all grow
fo.nl - er, In the love
fen, Of the day
when you
17


18 RUSHING SONG G o r a n CHALARO* (Pi '20)
JESSIE ROANE (Pi 20)
1. Say, Fresh-men, have you seen the. . girls who wear the pin of A l - p h a O? They'r 2. They're ath - letes, off- - cers, Phi Be - ta Kap-pas, And . ev - 'ry thing like that; For
m
'round the cam - pus, in the class-room,And wher-ev - er you may go. They're in New Or - leans when it comes to tak - ing hon - ore, They have them all down pat. But that's not what we
and want
-
cis -
mi - nor
Bay, And an thing, The fun
-
y where and frol -
you . ic and
T -w-+ -w
in Bos - ton, And by San Fran to tell you, For . it's a
* * t -i iV XZf f l
-j-f r-
meet an Al-pha O,You'll find her strong and gay.
friends In A l - pha, Oh! . that is what we sing.
a—r
CHORUS .
Then be an Al- pha 0!
a*
Yes
co
" Kingdom Coming" American Negro A i r


RUSHING SONG
For if you all want to be hap-py It's the on - ly way to go.
ill
RED ROSE, GOODNIGHT!
Wonls and music by CAMILLA JENNISON (Chi '12)
hi
be an Al-pha 01
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Moderate
m
, „ u
you. .
In the morn-ingbring us, Part - ed though we be,
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Mem'ries of thy
T3
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CHORUS
We mustsay good-night, fetes
Singgood-night to
Red rosepure and true, . Sis-tersnow in Al-pha O
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pet - als sweet, And thy roy - al - ty.
Now good-night, flow - er fair. None with thee
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1—s1 5^3^49w £7 —-—#
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can com-pare. Keep thee ev - er pure and bright, Our red rose, good-night!
Repeat soflli/ w


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6
INITIATION HYMN
Words and music by Lois WILEY (Upsilon)
1. Dear Al - pha <)! lo thee we sing, Our hearts and voic - es raise; . Our 2. Our faith we hold from day to day, And hope will guide us on; . . But 3. Withfaith, and hope, and char - i - ty, Our ties bind us close to - geth - er. We
11 an - them o'er the land doth ring, In ev - er - last - ing praise.
I*—
Love, the lamp that lights our way, Trans -forms the night prom - ise our fl - del - i - ty, For - ev - er and
to dawn, for - ev -
Maestoso
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ALPHA OMICRON PI HYMN
W ords and music by CHARLOTTE H . 1,'HLS (Upsilon '17)
ship! Glo - nous tie of love I Our I
friend -
2. Jacque - mi - not, thy fra - grance Breathes a trust se - cure; In -
1.
8. May thy name, O Al - pha! Fair and spot - less be; Heads
Faith -
ful bond of
I -Sh
0i hearts by thee are kin flames our long - ing spir up, we'll march breast for
died, Drawn near the Great A - bove. its Un - to a life more pure. ward For our Fra - ter - ni - ty. .
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21
ROSE MrfiriRE SMITH (K '21)
•- — * — # — i
" The Old Oaken Bucket"
SAMUEL WOODSWORTH —IWfr—j ~T
WHEN OFT IN THE FUTURE
t: r r m 5f
w—pr n >**p*>ju
55 LIMERICK TUNE
Ma - ter And gath-ered a - bout in the "frat"House a - gain. We'll see the old
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D.C.
fa - ces, We'll hear the gay chat - ter And laugh-ter whose tones from our hearts can - not die.
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i—i—hd4l -C)* * f— -*—• —r
Jacque-mi - not rose; May they nev - er know woes, . Here's to the dear Al-pha O girls!
2 There was a young maiden from Jackson Who was quite exceedingly fair.
She powdered her nose,
Bought an A O Pi rose,
And went and had cut off her hair.
3 There is a young maiden at college
Who has a hard time gaining knowledge.
She hems and she haws,
Her pencil she chaws, She's a typical girl at a college.
Eft
pic-tares ro - res
—^—-
F I N mE
T1
0-
at the old
Faster
i-s
-*-S 1 ;J
oft in the
fu - ture we
sit by the fire And stu - dy the
we see in old
in the A O
flames, )W e II. )
. l
l d
d-
K a m
*—•
that we're back
Al - ma
0w
"J -i—«—* ft— {3-w—*—»—- *r1=3
When
D.C. And then, o'er our souls, there will sweep a great long - ing For scat - tered so •
I 1. Here's to all dear Al-pha O girls Their em-blem of m - by and pearls, . . Their
DOROTHY CUNNINGHAM (Delta '20)
LOREA S. JAMESOS (Delta '21)
IKA CARNEY (Delta '20)
LOBEA 8. JAMESON (Delta '21)


22
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VIRGINIA WITHERS (Pi '00)
"Shool" College Song
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THE A-OP GOAT

t. The A - ops have, so I've been told, A . goatwho's big and bad . and bold; E
2. That goat goes ram-blinground a - bout. He's . aft - er Fresh-men I've . no doubt;The 3. So give that goat a rous - ing cheer, If it weren't for him, we should-n't be here. A
nough to make your blood run cold ! So just come bib - ba lol - ly blue so reel, ver - y best ones he'll sin - gle out, They'll just come bib - ba lol - ly blue so reel, pros - pect tru - ly blue - ly drear1So just come bib- ba lol - ly blue so reel.
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A O PI FROM A TO Z
" Oh, my name is Frank Baker " Kansas '; Folk Song"
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4 Then we pick out the girl with the most show of pep, And the ones with the grades, and the best college rep, And we rush them and grab them, we drag them all in, Andallaremadehappywithourpledgingpin.
5 Then when pledging is over the real fun begins, Ourwindowsget washed toredeem Freshmansins. Our floors are as shiny and slippery as wax, [backs. While the Freshies complain of sharp pains in their
0Theporchesareswept,andthedinnerhour'sfull
Of all clever tricks that the pledges can pull. ButtheworstandthebestoftheFreshs'wholeyear Is the week just before initiation is here.
7 By " Hell Week " it's known, and like all things out here, Lives up to its name, don't just come " mighty near." After this week is over, no matter how wild TheFreshmenhavebeen,theyarenowtameandmild.
8 'Course there's parties and dances, and W. S. G. A's, Andpolitics,dramatics,and W.A.As.
We try one and all, and we always out shine
A ll the others that try out in our chosen line.
9 So here's to Alpha O, to Phi Chapter as well, She will always be first, her rep shall not fail; If you don't have a glass, grab a barrel or pail, But drink to them both with clear Adam's ale.
JACQUELINE GILMOHE (Plii) GAILA JONES (Phi)
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1. Oh! ourname's Al - pha O, and Phi Chap-ter's our home, By our pep and our 2. Now, dear profs may be crab - bed but lit - tie care we, For our well chos - en 3. But, our class work's not all in this lit - tie old world, For in spring or in
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fall, with our col - ors un - furled, We . snatch up the lass with the
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break - fast at eight, And . start to eight thir - ties, where we're usual - ly late, may not be right, But we run on the plan here, that may be it might. Mar - mon or Stutz, And . rush her, and bid her, and pledge her that much.
rep we are
words soon change"crab - bed" to ''glee"; Then we an - swer a ques - tion which
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M. G. (Pi '20) R. K. (Pi -20)
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1. There was a Fresh-man green,
"Jingle Bells" Old Air
THE GREEN FRESHMAN
Who to our col - lege came;
2. And the Fresh-ie green Turned a be - com - ing pink, "Per-haps I'm not as
iHia
fresh green peas, A - las, they were the samel green, A - hem! As some of you may think.
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Corn-par-ing her to
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3F mques-tions filled her head.
She spied a group of girls, And For since I was a child, I've
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She asked," What is the best 'frat'here?" And this is what they said: had am - bi - tions high, And hoped when to this school I came, I'd be an A O Pi."
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"Come and sing, come and sing, come and sing some more, For A O Pi
is the "frat"
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THE GREEN FRESHMAN
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that we all a - dore. Oh! she's the best on the earth, A fact we can't de -
ny.
So if you want
to have some fun, Just be an A O Pi!" ?fff-'fjf-ffHI
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1. Hail! pled - ges! en - ter; Warm hearts a - wait you here. Our o - pen 2. See round you gath - ered Sis - ters and com - rades true. See how the
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WITHERS (Pi '00)
"How Can I Leave Thee ' Thuringian Folk Song
door pro - claims
Wei Now
- come sin en - cir - cles
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Long May
may the you be
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1 Firm and faith-ful to our band, Hand struck in loy - al hand In Al -pha O.
Long
may the
ru - by's light, Way - far - ing hearts in - vite To Al - pha O.
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Al - pha O - mi- cron Al - pha O-mi-cron Al - pha O-mi-cron Al - pha O - mi- cron
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ALPHA GIRLS
" When Johnny Comes Marching Home " L. LAMlitKi
With spirit
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Mid pour - ing rain and win - ter's blast The A] - phas go
They do not have to dun or fight In Al - pha O - mi-cron Ev - 'ry girl is quite a belle In Al - pha O-mi-cron
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M.E. S., and A.Ii. S., (Zeta)
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With vir - tue and such bril - liant brain In Al - pha O- mi-cron Pi; . "Tis
I nev - er skip a sin - gle class, They al - ways mind the rule; Tl.ey
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al - ways treat each oth - er right, In Al - pha 0 - mi-cron Pi! tell you they are might - y swell, In Al - pha O - mi-cron I'i;
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nev • er flirt, They're all a - lert, And in their workthey're all ex - pert. A re - fuse To pay their dues They have more cash than they can use, The
ne'er not gosh, For there's a rush Of men (ex - cuse this mod - est blush.')To
need
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Pi! PiI PiI Pi!
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To betheoneand on-lycrashOfanAl-phaO-mi-cronPi!. The whis-tie makesour hearts all bound In Al - pha O -mi-cron Pi! .
as-sert Is the blues In
Al-pha O-ml-cron Pi! .
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I KINSHIP
cheer - laugh - ing
call, lips,
Why, Spring is Why, Sum-mer ia
The An-ro
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4H GOODNIGHT IN ALPHA O
1. Come all ye spir - its rare, Loved fac - es ev - er fair, Finn friends be - yond com pare, 2. Gay non-sense, frol - ic, fun, Can time so quick - ly run ? E'er our part - ing one by one,
Good -night
in Al - pha
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1. Cat-kins on . the high-est elms,
2. The red rose bloom-ing by the road, The pop-pies flaunting glow, The hap - py chil-dren's 3. The sumach's flam - ing col - or, The ap - pies bend-ing low, The ma - pie leaves and 4. A sun-set touch-ing red the sky And light - ing up the snow, The Au-ro - ra Bo - re -
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Al-phaO:SpringisAl pha0!
gay - wood -bine, Why,
a - lis' flush,—Why, Win - ter's
Al - pha O!
WITHERS
(Pi '09)
" Stars of the Summer Night" Old Melody
Sing three high parts
with his chil - dren's
y
lis' flush,— Why,
Al-pha O! Au - tumn's Al - pha O!
Sum-mor's Al Au -tumn's Al Win - u-r's Al
pha pha pha
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cheer - laugh - ing
call, Why, hps, Why,
Spring Is Sum - HUT'S
Al Al
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O! O !
Good-night,
See that car-di-nal go, . The rob - in with his
The
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OUR FRESHMEN
Words by Iota Chapter
1. All our Fresh - men came to town, Came to town, 2. Then we drove them to our house, To our house, 3. Then we rushed them here and there, Here and there, 4. We asked them if they'd like to join, Like to join,
' London Bridge " Nursery Tune
Tempo a raise
Are we worth try-ing for,
We of
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ARE WE WORTH FIGHTING FOR?
Words and music by MAT BRADY (Iota '19)
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1. Let
2. Wor - thy of those who have lived here be - fore,
Are we worthsigh-ing for,
Faster
Are we worth dy-ing for,
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All our Fresh - men came to town, Hid - ing on the choo - choo. Then we drove them to our house, These . fair. . Fresh - men.
Then we rushed them here and there, asked them if they'd like to join,
6 They became our pledges true, Fledges true, pledges true, They became our pledges true,
These fair Freshmen.
These . fair. . Fresh - men. Our fair . . Chap - ter.
6 Sow they all are A O Fis, A 0 Pis, A O Pis,
Now they all are A O Pis,
Our fair sisters.
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ARE WE WORTH FIGHTING FOR?
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Kin - died still by Thine a - bove. Make us wor - thy A O Pi.
Wor -thy
through, more,
of those who have passed through thy door.
wor-thy our
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Sis - ters gath-ered hero
Free from ev - 'ry
GRACE
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Let us be
In worth may w e grow through the years more and
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Wor - thy Sis - ters
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Then we'll be Then we'll be
worth try - ing for, worth try - ing for,
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HOW HAPPY WE ARE!
VIRGINIA. MARTIN (NUOmicron)
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Words by Tau Chapter
A O Pi, our own fraternity,
Emblem of love for eternity.
Phi Ma CM, we're all of that belief, Safe in the bonds of our golden sheaf. As the years too swiftly pass along, Still we sing this song s
A O Pi, our own fraternity, Emblem of love for eternity.
Published by M. WHITMABK & SONS, New York &Chicago
PIES AND PIS
Set to chorus of " Smiles " by LEE S. ROBERTS
1 There are pies that have mince filling
There are pies of apple, too,
There are pies with cherries in the middle,
There are pies with frosting on 'em, o-o-o-o-o! There are pies with cream that came from Boston, There are pies that melt right in your mouth
But the pies that always take the prize, Are those know as A 0 Pis.
2 There are Kappa Kappa Gammas, Alpha Phis and Gamma Phis.
There are also Kappa Alpha Thetas, Tri Delts and Pi Beta Phis.
There are Alpha Gamma Deltas,
There are Delta Gammas, too,
But takeatipfromonewhoknowssheknowsit: AOPiistheonefor you!
Words by PAILINE PEARSON HOFFMAN and JI:LIA NORTON CLEWES (Rho)
Set to chorus of " (lypsy Love Song' by VICTOR HERBERT
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MEETING SONG

ToourownlovedAl-phaOj Letour
FRATERNITY LOVE
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Published by JEROME H. KEMICK & Co., Detroit and New York


Ji
Rho Chapter Allegretto
>H! WHEN I CAME TO COLLEGE, GIRLS!
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OH! WHEN I CAME TO COLLEGE, GIRLS! IS
look them o - ver slow - ly, dear, find where you'd like to go. glimpse was quite e - nough for me, I'd seen the best, and so
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Hymn
INDEX COMPOSER OR SOUROB
9 30 20 - IT Psi. . . 16 German Melody Gamma 27
Jennison
How Happy We Are
Initiation Hymn
In the Love of AO Pi
I was Walking Down the Street . Anna C. Wolf
Phi .
Delta . 21 Chi-Delta . 10 DelUi . 1 Alpha Phi - 30
A-op Goat, The
A 0 11 from A to Z
Are We Worth Fighting For? 'Cause I'm in A 0 Pi
Chapter Ballad, A .
Epsilon Chapter Song
Goodnight in Alpha O Grace, A
Green Freshman, The Hail! Pledges
Wait for the Wagon Wearin' of the Green
H. Marion Jameson Epsilon Chapter
Gypsy Love Song
Staff of the Summer Night Familiar Hymn
11 12 14
Sigma .
Pi . . . 24 Pi . . - 25
London
Smiles
Camilla
Love's Own Sweet Song Drink to Me Only with Kingdom Coming
.
. . . .
.
Message of the Rose, The
Oh, Alpha 0
Once More United .
Oh! When I Came to College
Helen Dorothy Jenks Lorea S. Jameson
II. Marion Jameson
In the Gloaming
Love's Gum Sweet Song Integer Vitae
Solomon Levi
Zeta Alpha . Rho
Iota . Tau
Chi . Rho Alpha . P i . .
Delta . Kappa .
Nn • • Kappa .
Nu Omicron Rho .
13 2 32 . 28 31 . 19 13 2 . 18 8 4 • 3 21
15 • 16
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Alpha Omicron l'i
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Jingle Bells
How Can I Leave
Louise IVescott and Lorea S. Jameson . Delta . Virginia Martin Nn Omicron Lois Wiley Upsilon
. .
. .
Pies and Pis
Ked Rose, Goodnight RhoofAlpha0
Rose of Red, The
Rushing Song
Spelling Song
Toast to Alpha 0, A
Vive la A O Pi .
When Oft in the Future . . While in College
Whistle Song
.
. .
. . .

Oh!
My Name
is Frank-
Baker
. . . .
Thine Eyes
.
.
.
.
. . . . .
H. Marion Jameson Helen S. Hardy
L'Amour
Old Oaken Bucket Folly-Wolly-Doodlc
Pauline Pearson Hoffman
When •Johnny Comes
Charlotte H . Utah
Old Tune Shool
Marching
Home
. 26 20 14 . 22 . 23 28 5
May Brady Madeleine Jeffers
Bridge
Thee
Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms
Z e t a . Upsilon Upsilon Pi . . Phi . Iota Delta . Pi .
Delta .
Delta .
Epsilon
Rho .
Pi. . .27
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