A meeting was held in Phillips Brooks House last night to organize the Catholic Alumni of the University. Thomas A. Mullen '84, who was the first president of the St. Paul's Catholic Club, presided. J. D. M. Ford '94, professor of romance languages Dr. Thomas Dwight '66, professor of anatomy in the Medical School, and Dr. John B. Blake '89, instructor of surgery in the Medical School, spoke for the Alumni, and B. V. Kanaley 2L., and W. T. Mooney sL. spoke for members of the University, urging the organization of Catholic graduates. Arrangements were made for a dinner to be given to the Catholic Club by the Alumni about the first of January. The following officers were elected, president, Dr. Thomas Dwight '66; vice-president, Thomas A. Mullen '84; secretary, John P. Leonard; treasurer, William J. Gallivan '88; executive board, John F. Cronin '96, Walter J. Desmond '99, David D. Scannel '97, Edward L. Logan '98, J. D. M. Ford '94.
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