Lot 113 of 435:
Cheerleading yells for Colleges, 1925  

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Suggestions to a Yell Leader

Wheeler, Roy C.

Berkeley, California

Wheeler Manufacturing Co.



[2], 93 pp. Illustrations from photographs. 15.2x10.5 cm (6x4¼"), original wrappers. Second Edition.

Everything you need to know to be a successful cheerleader, primarily in college but also high school, beginning with an essay on The Psychology of Unity by the president of the Pacific School of Religion, to a profile of the ideal Yell Leader (male, of course), to the many school cheers and songs of universities and colleges across the U.S., from Stanford and U.C. Berkeley, to U.S.C., S.M.U., the Tuskegee Institute, Tulane, Colgate, Notre Dame, North Dakota, John Hopkins [sic], Texas Women's College, and more. OCLC/WorldCat lists only four copies of this second edition (just one in California, at Berkeley), and but one of the 1925, 23-page  first edition.

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