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3,000 Fans Roar Welcome to Returning Catholic U. Gridmen
Music, Yells Greet Team At Station Cardinal Squad Paraded Up Avenue and Past While House. Roosevelt, on His Way to Church, Unwittingly Joins in Caravan.
Publication:The Washington Post (1923-1954) - Washington, D.C.
Author:By George Considine.
Date:Jan 6, 1936
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THE Catholic University Orange Bowl football champions returned to Washington yesterday and were greeted by some 3,000 fans who jammed the Union Station concourse. The fact that the train, which had brought the gridmen from Miami, was 20 minutes late served to heighten the excitement, which when finally turned loose, must have caused serious disturbances on the Georgetown scismograph.

  

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