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MAY 11, 1938.
Dear Readers of the Pingry Blue Book:
I am doing away with the conventional foreword in this issue of the
Blue Book for I feel, and I am speaking in behalf of my staff, too, that
the1'e are a few words of appreciation which justly should be bestowed
upon you for your splendid cooperation in making this year book possible.
My first and greatest debt of gratitude is to the parents and friends
of Pingry School who have, as the boys say, "come through in the pinch"
and backed this publication with their whole-hearted and generous sup-
port. My only regret is that the year book had to fall prey to such
adverse circumstances and it is my sincere hope that in the future such
dilemmas may be avoided. It is not often one can find such true friends.
To the subscribers goes my second "thank you." It is the earnest
wish of the 1938 Blue Book Staff that you might enjoy its publication.
We have endeavoured to produce a year book worthy of the traditions
of Ping-ry, and it is -entirely up to you to decide the verdict.
With these few words, I pray that I have conveyed to you my
heartfelt thanks and remain,
Very sincerely yours,
Rom-:Rr C. CRANE,