CLARK BECOMES SOPHOMORE PRESIDENT AS TUDOR RESIGNS
Guarnaccia to Take Up Vacant Vice-Presidency--No Reelection
Upon the resignation of John Tudor yesterday, F. A. Clark Jr. automatically became President of the Sophomore class, it was announced last night. Clark's former position of Vice-President is to be filled by David Guarnaccia who in the class elections late in January polled the second largest number of votes for that place. This means of filling the resulting vacancies has been adopted in order to avoid the necessity of another election.
Tudor's resignation is due to scholastic difficulties and will prevent his participation in athletics for the rest of the year. Besides being a stellar hockey player Tudor got his numerals last year in baseball. It is probable, however, that he will be able to play hockey again nest season.
Both Clark and Guarnaccia are also athletes, and men who have been active in the class. Clark in his Freshman year was a four sport man and Guarnaccia is a star football player and shot putter.