Dollies [dohl·lees] pl., or *sing., Dollie. n. the Stanford Band's spirited "cheer" squad that follows it around dancing during performances; there are five, the women were originally a
drunken parody of cheerleaders. (A politically correct early adopter, the university did away with having cheerleaders for a long time before reintroducing them, ostensibly to please alumni.) One has to try out to be a Dollie and there are many legendary stories about the lengths some students have gone to in order to secure a position on the squad. *var., Dolly. See also: LSJUMB.