For the first time the X Ray of Baldwin University makes its appearance, and it is the belief of the editors and, we trust, of all patriotic sons and daughters of our grand institution, that it has come to stay.
As we carefully examine the past history of Baldwin University, we find no remedy in the homes of the alumni warranted to replace the pleasant hours and happy scenes of their by-gone school days; nor do we find anything that would fitly remove, at the close of each school year, the painful expressions which hard work has placed upon the students' brow.
But we have discovered the remedy and it is yours, kind readers, so take dose.
If our fond readers find anything in the X Ray that is personal to them, we beg of you to forgive us. But remember kind friends if ever the day does come when the X Ray is wholly impersonal, you will without a doubt pray for moisture.
Having consulted the oracle, we find that the only way to better acquaint all the students with one another, is to deal familiarly with all, and thereby enable each to see others as him.
We have endeavored to treat you alike dear brother or sister, but if anything should appear that seems somewhat conspicuous, please turn the page quickly, and refer to it no more.
Should anyone who is a reader of the X Ray discover that his bump of indignation was increasing in all directions, we beg of you once more to remember the patience of Job.
We are very thankful to all who have kindly helped us in our understanding, and to the succeeding classes we grant our best wishes.
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