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The CARDINAL I936
Class of 1938
School of Art: and Science;
School of Engineering and Architecture
DANIELV.CALANO.................... Prerident RICHARD WHITTY
FRANCIsGuxNAN .......... Vice-Prerident JAMEsZUSI
JOSEPH Soon.........'... ..... . Secretary ROBERT HIGDON
NICHOLAS DUNCAN ....... . . . . . . .
With udinks" on our heads and trunks in our
hands, we, members of the class of 1938, were a
very bewildered group shortly after matriculation at
the university. In December we were ohicially recog-
nized and held our first class elections. In the Arts
and Science group, Fred Mix was elected President,
and John P. Walsh was made head in the Engineer-
Seventeen members of the class were pledged
to Phi Eta Sigma, 21 national scholastic honorary
society of which Francis Guinan was elected Presi-
dent. Social activities of the university found us ac-
tive participants, to say nothing of the activities
sponsored by our friends "around the bend."
Now we of 1938 are sophisticated sophomores.
We have tasted the bitter and sweet of college life.
On the athletic held many Sophomores have im-
portant positions on varsity teams. Carroll and Walk-
er ran wild in the backfield of C. U,s. Orange Bowl
Champs, while Chludenski, Rydzewski, Sochon and
Katalinas played an important part in the forward
wall. Among the leather pushers, the members of
the class of 1938 formed the backbone of the squad
with Greco, Mix, Katalinas Rydzewski and Guinan
holding down regular posts. Walker and Gottredi
were active participants in collegiate track meets and
scored many points for C. U.
The class revived the traditional Sophomore Tea
Dance and added to tradition a Sophomore victory
over the Frosh in the annual tug-o-war.
Our history is but two years old. Already we have
achieved many things and gained much fame. Our
future remains to be seen, but When our commence-
ment day arrives we are sure that it will be said of
the men of 1938, that they were one of the greatest
classes to leave the portals of Catholic University.
Fin! Row: Petronella, Arcia, Veve, Scott, Whitty, Calano, Guinan, Abbott, Martyn, Troise, Diaz.
Second Row: Higdon, Grasso, Munhall, Tosti, McKenna, Fitzpatrick, Liccini, Hartman, Gaydos,
Third Row: Walker, Tobin, Thomas, McGrath, McCormack, Walsh, Lorentz, Winfree, Myers.
Fourth Row: Greco, Sochon, Katalinas, Chludenski, Rydzewski, White.
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