Historic Clubbers Are ‘Living In Clover’

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MERRY-MAKERS at Clover Club’s Union League dinner included, from left, Republican Ward Leader Chris Vogler, attorney Jon Anderson and Republican elder statesman Vito Canuso.

MERRY-MAKERS at Clover Club’s Union League dinner included, from left, Republican Ward Leader Chris Vogler, attorney Jon Anderson and Republican elder statesman Vito Canuso.

SEASONED veterans who have witnessed much Clover Club history are Senior Judge Ed Bradley and his good friend Tom Darcy.

SEASONED veterans who have witnessed much Clover Club history are Senior Judge Ed Bradley and his good friend Tom Darcy.

REPUBLICANS PROVIDED STRONG CONTINGENT AT ANNUAL Clover Club dinner, among them, from right, Temple Student Body President Darin Bartholomew, 5th Ward Leader Mike Cibik and businessman Lou Lanni.

REPUBLICANS PROVIDED STRONG CONTINGENT AT ANNUAL Clover Club dinner, among them, from right, Temple Student Body President Darin Bartholomew, 5th Ward Leader Mike Cibik and businessman Lou Lanni.

READY for fun at Union League were, from left, attorney and Irish musician Theresa Flanagan Murtagh, power attorney Thomas Hunt, City Commissioner Al Schmidt and jovial David Dembe.

READY for fun at Union League were, from left, attorney and Irish musician Theresa Flanagan Murtagh, power attorney Thomas Hunt, City Commissioner Al Schmidt and jovial David Dembe.

CELEBRATING bumper crop of “baby members” at this year’s Clover Club dinner were, from left, Judge Web Keogh of Common Pleas Court, State Sen. Mike Stack, Judge Jimmy Lynn and Carol McHugh.

CELEBRATING bumper crop of “baby members” at this year’s Clover Club dinner were, from left, Judge Web Keogh of Common Pleas Court, State Sen. Mike Stack, Judge Jimmy Lynn and Carol McHugh.

CONVIVIAL at 130-year-old Clover Club tradition were, from left, Judge James DeLeon, State Sen. Mike Stack and businessman Mahn Suh Park.

CONVIVIAL at 130-year-old Clover Club tradition were, from left, Judge James DeLeon, State Sen. Mike Stack and businessman Mahn Suh Park.

 

 

 

 

 

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