In the process of moving stuff to storage I found an old Syracuse song book that I was given my freshman year. It is a re-production from the 50's/60's of a 1926 song book that was produced by the Women's Student Government Association.
Here is a picture of the cover;
Here's a picture of the Table of Contents;
The songs you would expect in the book are;
-Women's Alma Mater (who knew they had their own version)
-Down The Field
Some of my favorites from the "Dormitory Ditties" section are;
-The Rich Girl Uses Cold Cream
-Man Without a Woman
-That's Where My Money Goes
-Lord I Am Homely
-I Want to go Back to Syracuse
-Powder My Nose
And in a bit of foreshadowing from 1926 there is a song called My Name is McNamara.