1 Men and women were standing up, waving handkerchiefs, shouting, yelling.
2 In the cell next to him was a drunken wife-beater and in the one beyond a yelling maniac.
3 Then there were yells and hoots, continuing until at last the superintendent came to the door.
4 Then suddenly the big butcher president leaped upon a pile of stones and yelled: "It's off, boys."
5 The audience came to its feet with a yell; men waved their arms, laughing aloud in their excitement.
6 There was a yell as soon as they were sighted, men and women rushing out of houses and saloons as they galloped by.
7 Those on the flying truck yelled a warning and the crowd scattered pell-mell, disclosing one of the steers lying in its blood.
8 Jurgis and his men sprang upon one of the trucks, and the driver yelled to the crowd, and they went thundering away at a gallop.
9 There were yells of rage and pain, and the terrified people fled into houses and stores, or scattered helter-skelter down the street.
10 Jurgis turned away, and then in a sudden rush the full realization of his triumph swept over him, and he gave a yell and a jump, and started off on a run.
11 One of the girls had read somewhere that a red flag was the proper symbol for oppressed workers, and so they mounted one, and paraded all about the yards, yelling with rage.
12 The painting of cans being skilled piecework, and paying as much as two dollars a day, Marija burst in upon the family with the yell of a Comanche Indian, and fell to capering about the room so as to frighten the baby almost into convulsions.