Cheer for Princeton
by F. Scott Fitzgerald

“'Glory, Glory to the Black and Orange,
It’s the Tiger’s turn to-day.
Glory, glory, it’s the same old story. 
Soon as Princeton starts to play
Eli, Eli, all your hopes are dead
For the Tiger’s growling in his lair.
Don't you hear him?
You’ll learn to fear him,
Try to face him if you dare.


Princeton, cheer for Princeton,
Raise your voices, loud and free
Strong and steady
Ever ready
For defeat or victory.
Princeton, cheer for Princeton.
Always sure to win renown,
So we’ll raise our praise to Nassau
To the pride of the Tiger town.

Published in The Daily Princetonian newspaper (OCTOBER 28, 1915).

Not illustrated.