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Columbia University opening exercises 166th academic year The Yip family 1919

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OPENING  EXERCISES
i 66th academic year
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Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 24
at three o'clock
1919
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PROCESSIONAL
PRAYER       .       The Chaplain of the University
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SONG    .         .         .'        .           Stand, Columbia!
Mother, stayed on rock eternal,
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Crowned and set upon a height,
Glorified by Light supernal— „ _  ...   ___   ----.__
In thy radiance we see light.
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Torch, thy children's lamps to kindle,
—.——■—              Btaccon-star to c heer and guide,  .—_
Refrain
Stand, Columbia!  Alma Mater—
Through the storms of Time abide!
Stand, Columbia!  Alma Mater—
Through the storms of Time abide!
Mighty patriots, warriors, sages
Thou hast borne, a shining band;
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Teach thy sons in future ages
Still to love their native land.
Thron'd upon the hill where heroes
Fought for liberty and died,—Refrain
Honor, love and veneration
Crown forevermore thy brow!
Many a grateful generation
Hail thee as we hail thee now!
Till the lordly Hudson seaward
Cease to roll his heaving tide,—Refrain GREETING         The President of the University
HYMN        .        .        My Country,''Tis of Thee
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My country, 'tis of thee,
Sweet land of liberty,
Of thee I sing;
Land where my fathers died,
Land of the pilgrim's pride,
From every mountain side
Let freedom ring.
Columbia revered,
By our forefathers reared,
With love and pride,
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Mother of Truth and Right,
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 „Jorever may th>t-light_a..
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Guide us, thy sons, aright,
Where'er we 'bide.
Our fathers' God, to Thee
Author of liberty,
To Thee we sing;
Long may our land be bright
With freedom's holy light;
Protect us by Thy might,
Great God our King.
ADDRESS
John Erskine, Ph.D.
Professor of English
BENEDICTION
RECESSIONAL

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