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    • The 1931 Football Team 

      Undefeated during the 1931 season. One fo the most formidable Pingry elevens in many years.
    • 1931-1932 Football 

      The 1931 Football team will possibly be remembered in future years for its unusually fine record—not because it was a team of individual stars (for there were no outstanding ones), but one that was made up of average players ...
    • 1931-1932 Track and Field 

      The Varsity Track and Field team started their year slow with four straight defeats, but rallied as all teams with fighting spirit do to win their final two meets and salvage their season. This rebound allowed the team to ...
    • 1932-1933 Football 

      The Pingry Football team repeated the success of the 1931 gridman this last fall by being only once defeated, once tied, and once scored on. Pingry was undefeated until the final game of the season, when it fell 7-0 to ...
    • 1932-1933 Track and Field 

      The 1933 Track and Field team was the best Pingry squad in a decade, losing only one meet out of four match-ups. The team's standout accolades include placing third in the Penn Relays and winning the County Relay Championship.
    • 1933-1934 Football 

      The Football season began with two relatively clean victories over Bordentown and Carter. After the season's only snag, a close loss to Newman in week three, the Blue and White closed out the season with four final wins. ...
    • 1933-1934 Track and Field 

      1934 marked the highlight of the Pingry Track and Field program under Mr. Reed's coaching, and, for that matter, the highlight in program history. Besides winning all of its dual meets, the team took a second in the Penn ...
    • F. Whitney Jaeger ’34 

      Rubber Legs, Born to Run Whit Jaeger entered Pingry in 1930, and an extraordinary era in Pingry athletics began soon thereafter. From 1930 to 1933, Pingry played 27 football games, and the opposition was held scoreless ...