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Page 14 text:
TO THE COMMERCE VIOLET
I am glad to have this opportunity to say a word ol greeting through the
Commerce 'Violet' to the students of the School of Connnerce and especially
to the Seniors whose work with us is coming to an end.
The thought which is Ioreinost in all our niinds just now is ol' course the
winning of the war at the earliest possible date. To that Cllll everything else
must be subordinated for the tnotnent. But I should not want. you to forget
as you go out from the school that nlost of the years ol your life will be passed
in days of peace when you can go about your chosen careers with initiative
and enterprise. Yours has not been a normal collegiate experience in these
years olf war. You have cooperated splendidly under trying conditions and on
behalf of tI1e University I wish you well in the years that lie ahead.
Page 13 text:
To the men and Women of the 1945 Class u
of New York University VVTIO are now
serving their country on the battle-fields
of the Second Vwlorid War in the bitter
tight to retain our Liberty an
d F d
M and to bring peace to all tile peoplelsejt the
mb I if world. '
TH E STAFF
Page 15 text:
.X MESSAGE FROM THE DIQXN
In all our hearts we holie that peace will soon he tleclztretl antl that our
victorious zmnetl l'm't'es will he l'ClLI1'llCll prtnnptly to heztrth :intl hmne. But the
inere cleclarzttimi ol' peztce, as we saw alter lVorltl XX'zn' I, tloes not tnean the
aeltievetnent ol' at lasting lmeztre. lt tnztkes one sztcl to see htm' easy it is lor inan
to encl 21 war and how hztrtl it is to tnztke 21 peace.
YVe shall not ztttztin this lasting peace until there is univet's2tl recognition
ul' the saeretl c'l1at'ztc-ter ol' the inclivitlual and his peisoiiztlity. Man, createtl in
the likeness and iniage ol' Gotl, is not a erezttttre ol' the Stztte. The State exists
to serve hitn, to Skil-Cg'll2!l'tl his right to persmiztl lreetlotn ztntl tlecent living.
The intlivitltutls within it nation are intertlepenclent lor their full lile ztntl
liztrntcniiotts growtli. Likewise, the nations ol' the worltl.
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