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Dedication of Barncss Hall
The D. V. C. Band
The path to the College gate was sheltered as we
entered four years ago. And we lived in a sheltered
womb, nurtured by our educators and our books. The
embryo assimilated the nutriment and it grew. But
growth was slow and it was accompanied by growing
pains. Yet, they were happy, satisfying times. We rev-
eled in our growth and we observed it with great won-
derment and joy.
Now we stand alone, for commencement is truly
birth and we are born into a troubled world. We are
aware of the trying times ahead, the newspapers do not
allow us to forget. But we are not born unarmed and
naked; our educators have provided for us.
May this book serve as a vehicle to carry us back
to our years of growth and provide childhood's last
memento. It is hoped that this book presents an accu-
rate picture of our successful preparation for the strident,
more fruitful years ahead.
"A" Day Cattle Show, Max Weeks ("t^t #
handling steer. * •**»"
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Commencement Exercises in progress — Pres. James Work, Presiding.
Administration . .
Senior Members of 1961 Varsity Football Squad. Left to
right standing — Milton Homberg, James Hoover, John
Holm, Peter Smith. Kneeling — Eugene Schulta, Pat Mihl-
A man who was truly one of the great spiritual
and social leaders of his time, not only among
those of his own faith, but among manv of all
faiths. A man who was the inspiration alike of
trustee, faculty member and student, and whose
outstanding courage, fine quality of leadership,
indomitable spirit, and deep love for everything
pertaining to The National Farm School remain,
in the memory of those who knew him. as tradi-
tions for us to dare to carrv on.
Joseph Krauskopf was a man of great vision
and understanding. Over half a century ago he
perceived and proclaimed truths which even
today some of our leading educators fail to rec-
nize. He saw the function of education as a
ide to action and to work. He saw the errors
afld grevious results of group, class, and of racial
istinction. He saw the futility of any form of
ition which did not emphasize and stress
landates and precepts of good citizenship.
o manv of us fail to see that many great
tions and many great systems are doomed.
any fail to see that higher education for
e privileged is a thing of th» past. Too
resent any change of any kind.
rauskopf saw the fallacy of this phi-
Oy*^ fifty years ago. His vision, and his
res, brought forth the college vou see here
y. His idea's and his philosophv are today
breath of the College, as his ideals and his
hy were the life of the School he
work remains as the living proof of a
Reverend Dr. Joseph Krauskopf
He came devoid of pomp, wrought bravely, died.
Years have but added laurels to his brow
Who knew men faded when vision is denied
But win when opportunity cries "Now!".
Harvey M. Watts
1903 Basketball Squad
N. F. S. Dance Band. 1933
N. F. S. Concert Band in full dress uniform
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N. F. S. Alumni Reunion poses on steps of Segal Hall N. F. S. Baseball Squad. Coach, Samuel Samuels.
Horses of fine quality put through paces at N. A. G. "A" Day, by Harry Hopkins
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1938 Basketball Squad, Coach, Ted Gellman Show Horse handled by Harry Hopkins
Surveying Class on Elson Hall lawn 1937 Basketball Squad
James Work .
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1961:
You have seen a great expansion in the facilities of
the College and a marked broadening of our educational
program during the four years you were with us. Our
graduates played no small part in this program. You are
now one of us. We now look to you for your active support.
We wish you success and happiness in your every
Donald M. Meyer, Dean of Students
George E. Turner, Dean of Faculty
Oskar H. Larsson, Assistant Dean of Students
Joseph E. Fulcoly, Assistant Dean of Students
Elsie M. Belheld.
Secretary of the Corporation
Ned A. Lima.
Chairman of Health Physical
Education and Athletics
Charles F. McGurk
Director of Public Relations
Daniel I. Miller.
George W. Robinson.
Assistant Treasurer and Comptroller
Jean H. Smith,
.AHDUND THE CAMPUS . . .
Sidney Neumann Gymna-iur
Herbert D. Allmann Building
Block Memorial Chapel
Joseph and Mary Barne
Hall and Ethel
Rosetta M. Ulman Hall
THE ALMA MATER
By the winding banks of Neshaminy,
Stands our Alma Mater dear.
We look o'er your fields we love,
Cherished year by year.
All hail your colors, Green and Gold
As they proudly wave on high.
Treasured mem'ries fond and true
In our hearts will lie.
With your inspiration great,
Ever forward we will go.
Fearless of the tasks ahead,
Conquering each foe.
To you our College let us sing,
Praises of your honored name.
Courage, strength and unity
Build an endless fame.
Morris Lasker Hall
Lionel M. Adelson. B.A., M.S., Re-
search Associate, Assistant Professor
H. Webster Allyn, B.S., B.S.A., In-
structor in Dairy Husbandry
Frederick S. Blau, B.L.A., M.L.A.,
Professor of Landscape Design
David Blumenfield. B.S.. M.S., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Horticulture
Paul R. Bowen, A.B., M.S., Ph.D.
I 4 Professor of Biology
Arthur Brown, B.S., M.S., Associate
Professor of Dairy Husbandry
Jonas W. Bucher, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.,
Professor of Literature.
Natalie W. Coltman, B.A., M.L.S.,
Assistant Professor of Library Proce-
Eisner Hall Ar
Charles C. Conover, B.S., Senior
Bacteriologist, Instructor in Poultry
Ronald C. Deering, B.S., M.S., As-
sistant Professor of Chemistry
Jesse Elson, B.S., B.S., M.S., Ph.D.,
Professor of Chemistry
Joshua Feldstein, BS., M.S., Associ-
ate Professor of Horticulture Eisner
Hall Library Annex
Stephen Ferdo, B.S., M.S., Assistant
Professor of Poultry Husbandry.
Reginald D. Forbes, B.A., M.A., M.F.,
Associate Professor of English
Byron W. Fraser, B.S., M.S., Asso-
ciate Professor of Food Industry
Boyd W. Ghering, B.S., M.S., As
sistant Professor of Agronomy.
Peter Glick Jr., B.A., B.S., M.Ed.,
Associate Professor of Political Sci-
Russell Knorr, B.S.. Instructor
Louis Leibovitz. B.S.. V.M.D., Pro-
fessor of Poultry Pathology
Charles R. McNally, Mus.B., M.Ed..
Special Instructor in Music
James A. O'Reilly, B.A.. B.S., M.A.
Special Instructor in Art
Tibor Pcele, M.S., Dr. Agr. Profes-
sor of Animal Husbandry
James H. Popham, B.Sc., M.S., M.A.,
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Julian Prundeanu, M.S., Ph.D., As-
sistant Professor of Agronomy
Edith M. Prundeanu, Special In-
structor in German
Chester M. Raught, Assistant Instruc-
tor in Dairy Husbandry
Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library
Arthur T. Reese, B.A., Ed.M., Spe-
cial Instructor in History
Abraham Rellis, Instructor in Flori-
Elson Hall and the New Dorm
Henry Schmieden B.S., M.S.. Pro-
fessor of Biology
Clarence B. Steinberg, B.A., M.A.
Instructor in English
John W. Taylor, B.A., M.S., Assist-
ant Professor of Physics.
Gilbert S. Trelawny, B.S., M.S., Re-
search Associate, Assistant Professor
From Orphic Sayings
"The true teacher defends his pupils
against his own personal influence. He
inspires self-distrust. He guides their
eyes from himself to the spirit that
quickens him. He will have no cl isciple."
Amos Bronson Alcott
George E. Webster, B.S.. M.S., Ph.D.
18 Professor of Economics.
Fred M. Wolford, B.S., Instructor in
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Muriel Allen, Mrs. Esther Snyder, and Miss Madelon Wilson
Mrs. C. McHugh Postmistress
Mrs. Moore, Receptionist
Accounting Staff (L-R): Miss E. Hellycr, Stenographer; Mrs. E. B. Rucker, Mr. C. Thomas,
President'! Office (L-R): Mrs. Gilmour, Miss McHugh,
Mrs. E. F. Rogers, Purchasing Agent.
Left to right: Mr. Blood, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Blood, Mrs. Eastburn,
Mrs. Garrabrant, Mrs. Trelawny, Library Staff.
Mr. Covington, Mr. Hollci, Mr. Fox (left to right), Maintenance
Mrs. Elizabeth Potts, R.N., College Nurse
Senior Gas- Officers (left to right): Girard Stapleton, Secretary; Thomas Cannan, Vice
president; Charles Gerth, President; Joseph Gall, Treasurer.
To Mr. Stephen Ferdo the Class of 1961
extends its appreciation for his interest in the
activities of our class. Mr. Ferdo's loyalty and
devotion to the College will always be remem-
FRATERNITY. . .
JOHN OTTO ANDERSON
70 Calvert Avenue, Metuchen, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Com-
mittee; Intramural Representative; Varsity Sports;
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramural
Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4;
Volleyball 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
CARL F. BAYHA
Cowpath Road, Hatfield, Pennsylvania
F. I. Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Furrow 4; Var-
sity Sports: Football 1; Track 3, 4; Intramural
Sports: Softball 1, 2; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball
1, 3, 4.
LOUIS CARSON BECK
R. D. 1, Pine Tree Point, Andover New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; Agronomy Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Touch Football
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Band 1;
A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
STEPHEN ANDREW BORSH
Old Rifle Camp Road, West Paterson, N. J.
Hort Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1;
Photography Club 2, 4 ; Varsity Sports: Foot-
ball 1, 2; Intercollegiate Fruit Judging Team;
A-Day Strawberry Exhibit 2, 3; A-Day Commit-
Photography 1, 2, 3, 4; Poultry Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
PAUL ROBERT BOUTIN
2185 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Agronomy 1, 2, 3; An. Hus. 1, 2; Glee Club
1, 2; Contemporary Club 2, 3, 4; Orn. Hort.
Soc. 2, 3, 4; Photography 2, 3, 4; Stamp Club
Vice-President 4; Gleaner 3, 4; Furrow 4; Cornu-
copia Photo Staff; Dance Committee 2, 3; Christ-
mas Parade Float 3; Head Waiter 2; A-Day
Committee 3, 4; Philadelphia Flower Show Ex-
hibit 3; A-Day — An. Hus. Reserve Grand Cham-
pion 1; Clover Exhibit Grand Champion 1; Afr-
ican Violet Culture — First Prize 3.
BRUCE ALBIN BUECHNER
84 Cedar Avenue, Maywood, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3, 4; Dairy Club 2;
Intramural Sports: Volleyball 3; Animal Hus-
bandry Judging Team 4.
WILLIAM JAMES BURNS, JR.
102 Franklin Street, Northport, New York
An. Hus. Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Photography
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President Photography Club 2,
3; F. I. Club 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Club 3;
Gleaner Photography 1, 2, 3; Furrow 3, 4;
Cornucopia Photography Editor 4; Intramural
Sports: Softball 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Basketball
4; A-Day Committee 2, 3; A-Day Chairman 4.
THOMAS W. CANNAN
78 Park Avenue, Westwood, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Poultry Club
1; Dance Committee 3, 4, Chairman 4; Cornu-
copia; Booster Committee Chairman; Intercol-
legiate Sports: Bowling 3, 4; Intramural Sports:
Football 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4;
Bowling 3, 4; Softball 1, 3, 4; Class Vice-Presi-
dent 4; Representative to Alumni Committee 4.
ROBERT F. DeROSA
12 Cleveland Street, Bergenfield, New Jersey
Ornamental Horticulture Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas.
urer 4; Furrow 3; Gleaner 3; Cornucopia Staff;
Intramural Sports: Basketball 3; A-Day Exhibits
1,2, 3, 4; Float Committee 3.
JAMES E. DIAMOND
R. D. No. 2, Smithfield, Pennsylvania
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Presi-
dent 3; Dairy Club 2; Band 1, 2; Gleaner Staff
1, 2, 3; Furrow Staff 1; Judging Team (An.
Hus.) 3, 4; Co-Chairman of A-Day Committee
3; Student Shepherd 2, 3.
ALFRED STANLEY DOUGLAS
619 Cherry Street, Trenton, New Jersey
Oranmental Horticulture Club 2, 3, 4; A-Day 3.
CARL ALLEN FITZGERALD
305 Valley Street, Lewistown, Pennsylvania
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports:
Bowling 4; Class Secretary 3.
JOSEPH ANTHONY FITZPATRICK
357 Aubrey Road, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
Orn. Hort. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orn. Hort Club Sec-
retary 3, President 4; Agronomy Club 1, 2; Scie-
ence Club 3; Contemporary Club 4; Advertising
Committee Cornucopia 4; Intramural Sports:
Bowling 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Golf 4; Softball
1, 2; A-Day Flower Show Chairman 3; A-Day
Rep. 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
GARY BRIAN FUESS
31 Division Avenue, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J.
Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Baseball
2; Intramural Sports: Softball 1, 3, 4; Dairy
Judging 2; Band 1.
JOSEPH A. GALL, 2nd
1195 Elwood Avenue, Andalusia, Pennsylvania
Horticulture Club 1, 2; Ornamental Horticulture
Society 2, 3, 4; Float Committee 3; Furrow 3;
Gleaner 3; Cornucopia Staff; Class Dance Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4.
CHARLES ALEXANDER GERTH
7 Hawthorne Terrace, Leonia, New Jersey
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec-Treas. 3; Dairy Society
1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Varsity Sports: Foot-
ball 2; Intramural Sports Football 1, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Showed
Cows 1, 2, 3; Calf Display Committee Chairman
A-Day 3; Student Government Council 4; Presi-
dent of Senior Class.
JOSEPH CHARLES GONTEK
Mechanicsville Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Basketball;
EDWARD G. HEINLE
312 East Cheltenham Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dairy Club 2, 4; Intramural Sports: Softball 3,
4; Volleyball 4.
JOHN A. HOLM
2216 Baird Boulevard, Camden, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3;
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Varsity
Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Lineman of the Year
2, 4; Track 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4; Intramural
Sports: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Horticulture Judging Team 3; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4;
Student Coordinator (Intramurals) 4; Head-
CARL MILTON HOLMBERG
R. D. No. 1, Kane, Pennsylvania
Dairy Society 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club
1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Varsity
Sports: Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Intra-
mural Sports: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 3, 4;
Exhibited Hog on A-Day 1, 2.
WALTER LEONARD HOOGMOED
320 Northern Parkway, Ridgewood, New Jersey
Vice President of Freshman Class; F. I. Club
1, 2, 3, 4; President F. I. Club 4; Glee Club 1
An. Hus. Club 1 ; Cornucopia, Business Staff
Varsity Sports: Football 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2
Baseball 2, 3; Intramural Sports: Football 1, 4
Basketball 3, 4; Softball 1, 3, 4; Bowling 4; Vol-
leyball 4; A-Day 2, 3; Student Government
Secretary 4; A-Day Committee 4.
JAMES RICHARD HOOVER
109 Manchester Road, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
Dairy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; An. Hus. Club 1, 2 ;Varsity
Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Outstanding Lineman 3; -Intramural Sports:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 3; Softball 1, 2,
3, 4; Volleyball 4; Dairy Judging Team 2, 3;
An. Husbandry Judging Team 3; A-Day Com-
mittee 3; Student Government 2, 3, 4; Student
Store 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand Champion
Open Class 2, 3; Reserve Grand Champion of
Show 2, 3.
ROBERT WAYNE HUNT
R. D. No. 1, Lambertville, New Jersey
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3;
Dairy Society 1, 2; Contemporary Club 1; Varsity
Club 4; Furrow 2, 3, 4, Typing Editor 4; Gleaner
2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap-
tain 4; Intramural Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4; A-Day 1,2, 3, 4;
Prom Committee 4; Harry Burstein Annual
Prize 3; A-Day Committee 3, 4.
KIM T. JOHNSON
289 Central Avenue, Edison, New Jersey
F. I. Club 2, 3, 4; F. I. Club Secretary 4; Glean-
er 2, 3; Furrow 2, 3; Business Manager of Cor-
nucopia; Intramural Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Soft-
ball 3, 4; A-Day 2, 3, 4.
HAROLD JAMES JOHNSTON, JR.
537 Olive Street, Alpha, New Jersey
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Football
1, 2; Intramural Sports: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3.
JOSEPH JOHN KAPUSNAK
413 Flower Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Horticultural Society 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4;
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4; Intercollegiate Sports: Basketball 2;
Intramural Sports: Basketball 1, 3; Softball 1, 2,
3, 4; Horticultural Judging Team 3; A-Day
Committee 2, 4; Student Council 2; Trainer 1, 2,
3, 4; Barber and Announcer.
STEVEN S. KATZ
Box 406, Coles Road, Blenheim, New Jersey
Food Industry Club 1,2, 3, Treasurer 4; Varsity
Sports: Baseball 2; Intramural Sports: Touch
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4;
Bowling 4; Gleaner 2, 3; Furrow 2, 3, Business
Manager 4; Cornucopia Staff; A-Day Exhibits
2. 3, 4.
WILLLIAM L. KEYSER
121 Grandview Road, Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Food Industry 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity Sports: Football 1,2; Table Tennis 3, 4;
Intramural Sports: Volleyball 3, 4; Basketball
3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Intramural
CHARLES HOWARD KLEIN
211 Miln Street, Cranford, New Jersey
Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Agronomy Club 1, 2;
Intramural Sports: Football 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3,
4; Softball 3, 4; Dairy Judging Team 3; Sec-
retary of the Class 2; Showed Dairy Cow 1, 2,
3, 4, Grand Champion 1; Student Council Rep-
resentative 4; Student Council Treasurer 4.
DAVID PHILIP KUEHNE, JR.
915 Murtle Avenue, River Edge, New Jersey
Agronomy 1; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Intramural Sports: Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Volleyball
3, 4; A-Day: Showed Beef 1, Hogs 2, 3, 4;
Animal Husbandry Judging Team; Cornucopia
JOHN C. KUYPER
715 High view Drive, Wyckoff, New Jersey
Dairy Society Secretary and Treasurer 3, Presi-
dent 3; Varsity Sports: Football 2, 3; Intramural
Sports: Softball 2; Basketball 2, 3; Bowling 3;
Dairy Judging Team 3; Co-Chairman A-Day;
Exhibited Dairy Cow A-Day 2.
JAN FREDERICK LARSEN
12 North Main Street, Chalfont, Pennsylvania
Agronomy Club 1: F. I. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pho-
tography 4; Varsity Sports: Track 3; Intramural
Sports: Bowling 3; Softball 2; A-Day 1, 2; Sen-
ior Prom Committee.
KENNETH IRWIN LIPTON
15-48B Plaza Road, Fair Lawn, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-
Treasurer 3, Program Chairman 4; Intramural
Sports: Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3,
4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Gleaner
1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4;
Furrow 2, 3; Cornucopia Co-Editor-in-Chief; A-
Day 1; Reserve Grand Champion (Horse) 1;
Animal Husbandry Judging Team 2, 3, 4; Stu-
dent Council Library Committee, Chairman 4.
RICHARD CHARLES MAIER
10, — 38th Street, Irvington, New Jersey
Dairy i, 2, 3, 4; A-Day Showed Dairy Cowl, 2.
FRANCIS JOSEPH MALLOY
244 E. Marthart Ave. Havertown, Pennsylvania
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3; Animal Husbandry 1,
2, 3; Dairy Husbandry 1, 2; Intramural Sports:
Softball 1, 2; Touch Football 1, 2; Student
WILLIAM ALBERT MAYER
5216 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3; Intra-
mural Sports: Tennis 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Arch-
ery 3, 4; Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Furrow 2, 3,
Editor-in-Chief 2, 3; Cornucopia Co-Editor-in-
Chief ; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4 ; A-Day Committee 1, 2, 3;
First Prize (Food Industry); Student Council
Library Committee 4.
WALTER JAMES McDONOUGH
Washington, New Jersey
Dairy Society 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club
2, 3, 4; Agronomy Club 4; Varsity Sports: Foot-
RUDOLPH PAUL MESNAK
810 Iron Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania
F. I. Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Var-
sity Sports: Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Intramural
Sports: Basketball 4.
JOSEPH PATRICK MIHLFRIED
636 Friday Road, Pittsburgh 9, Pennsylvania
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President An.
Hus. Club 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Student
Council 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of Varsity Club 4;
Varsity Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Cap-
tain 4; Intramural Sports: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Judging
Team 3; A-Day 1, 2, 3.
JOSEPH BERNARD MOORS, JR.
5421 Westford Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Showing
A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
EDGAR H. MULLEN
12 North Main Street, Chalfont, Pennsylvania
Food Industry Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports:
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day 1.
JERROLD HARRIS MULNICK
R. D. No. 1, Farmingdale, New Jersey
F. I. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Photography
Club 2, 3, 4, Sec-Treas. 3, 4; Contemporary Club
2, 3; Glee Club 1; Gleaner 1, 2, 3; Furrow 2, 3,
4; Cornucopia; Intramural Sports: Volleyball
3, 4; A-Day Committee 1, 3, 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
RAYMOND STANLEY PIOTROWICZ
365 Huff Avenue, Manville, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Archery Club
3, 4, Vice President 3; Rifle Club 3, 4; Vice Pres-
dent An. Hus. Club 4; Intramural Sports: Foot-
ball 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; Softball
3, 4; Tennis 3; Showed A-Day (An. Hus.) 1, 2,
3; Champion Beef Showman 1; Reserve Champ
Showman 2; An. Hus. Judging Team 4.
CHARLES EURFRYN RADLE
109 North 21st Street, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM JOHN ROBERTS
2692 June Avenue, Eddington, Pennsylvania
Horticultural Society 1, 2, Secretary 2; Horticulture
Fruit Judging Team 3.
EARL HARVEY ROBINSON, JR.
302 Lake Avenue, Pitman, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1 ; Ornamental Horti-
culture 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Touch Foot-
HERBERT LEONARD ROSINSKY
2040 East 38 Street, Brooklyn, New York
A-Day; Poultry Judging Team; Poultry Club 1,2,
3, 4; Vice President 4 ; An. Hus. 1, 2, Contem-
porary 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor of Furrow 3, 4; Intra-
mural Sports: Volleyball 4.
ELWOOD LAWRENCE ROSSELL
Garwood Road, Moorestown, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 2, President 3, 4; Animal Hus-
bandry Club 1 ; Eastern Intercollegiate Fruit
Judging Team 3; A-Day Committee 3; Dance
Committee of Class 2, 3, 4.
JOEL EDWARD SACHS
216 Jean Place, Seaford, Long Island, New York
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3; Dairy Club 1,
2, 3, 4; Poultry Club 1, 2, 3; Intramural Sports:
Volleyball 4; Basketball 3, 4; A-Day 1, 2.
SAMUEL DIAMOND SCHLESINGER
1014 South 52nd Street, Philadelphia 43, Penna.
Glee Club 1, 2; Photography Club 1; Orn. Hort.
Club 1, 2; Gleaner; Varsity Sports: Football 1,
2; Intramural Sports: Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball
1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Dance Committee 1, 2; Enter-
tainment Committee 1, 2; Flower Show 3.
8714 — 21 Avenue, Brooklyn, New York
Poultry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; Glee Club
1, 2; Photography Club 2; Intramural Sports:
Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball; Poultry Judging
305 Decker Avenue, Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Horticulture Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3,
;4 Animal Husbandry Club 2; Varsity Sports:
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4; A-Day Exhibit
2, 3, 4.
RONALD JACOB SENSENICH
448 Lincoln Highway, East Irwin, Pennsylvania
Poultry 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Table Tennis
2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 3, 4; Poultry Judging Team 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD PAUL SHEIDY
474 Edison Street, Wernersville, Pennsylvania
Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4; Glee
Club 1; Intramural Sports: Basketball 2, 3, 4;
Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Football 3, 4;
Dairy Judging Team 2, 3; Showed Dairy Ani-
mal 1, 2.
GEORGE CAMILLO SHELLEY
705 Justin Way, Silver Spring, Maryland
Animal Husbandry Club 1; Poultry Club 1, 2, 3,
Treasurer 4; Varsity Sports: Table Tennis 2, 3,
4; Track 4; Intramural Sports: Touch Football
1, 2, 3; Volleyball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Tennis
3; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Poultry Judging Team; A-
Day: Showed Sheep 1, Dairy Heifer 2, Poultry
PETER J. SMITH
Glendale Avenue, Armonk, New York
Ornamental Horticulture Society; Varsity Sports:
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
GIRARD S. STAPLETON
Kirk Lane, Media, Pennsylvania
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry
Club 1, 2; Varsity Sports: Track 3, 4; Cross
Country 4; Intramural Sports: Touch Football
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Furrow 2, 3, 4; Gleaner
2, 3, 4; Head Waiter 2, 3, 4; Vice President of
Class 2, 3; Secretary of Class 4; A-Day Commit-
tee 4; Cornucopia Staff.
ROBERT JOHN STUART, III
743 Roseland Avenue, Philadelphia 11, Penna.
Animal Husbandry 1, 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Club
2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Manager Advertising;
Intramural Sports: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football
1, 2, 3; Bowling 3; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; An. Hus.
Judging Team; Class Dance Committees.
JOHN R. VanVORST
119 Orchard Road, Demarest, New Jersey
Orn. Hort. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Fur-
row 1, 2, Editor 3, 4; Gleaner 1, 2, 3; Wasteline
Editor 3; Varsity Sports: J. V. Basketball 1, 2
Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, Captain 4
Cross Country Captain 4; Intramural Sports
Volleyball 3, 4; Bowling 3; Badminton 3; Basket
ball Coach 3; Prom Committee; Class Gift Com
mittee Chairman; Senior Award in Cross Coun
JOSEPH MAX WEEKS
4 Springfield Avenue, Penns Grove, New Jersey
Glee Club 1, 2; Animal Husbandry 1, 2, 3, 4;
Intramural Sports: Volleyball 2.
DANNY JAMES WHITFIELD
706 Washington Street, Camden, New Jersey
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
4, President 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2,
3, 4; Furrow 3, 4; Livestock Judging Team; A-
Day Committee 3, 4; Student Store Staff 4.
WALTER R. WHITMAN
74 Fenner Avenue, Clifton, New Jersey
An. Hus. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Furrow 3, 4; Cornu-
copia; Varsity Sports: Basketball 1,2; Intramural
Sports: Football 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Bowling
2, 3; An. Hus. Judging Team 3, 4; A-Day 3, 4.
EGAR JAMES WOODWARD, III
26 North Norwinden Drive, Springfield, Penna.
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry
Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Intramural Sports:
Volleyball 3; Furrow 1, 2, 3; Student Store 4;
Class Treasurer 1, 2; A-Day 1, 2, 3.
'In the beginning''
The Old Fire Horse
A little more behind the ear, please
I'll bet that will make a lot of smoke
The mild breeze of late summer stirred the
leaves of the stately elms lining the campus drive
as we climbed the steps of Lasker Hall for
our first registration. The faces were new
and the buildings were strange as we asked
Mr. Larsson to repeat that room number again.
Armed with fresh linen we prepared to meet the
first challenge of college life . . . our roommates.
And then came the first decision of our college
life . . . "Heads!", I got the lower and the desk
by the window. With such major decisions rec-
onciled we prepared to face the rigors of orien-
tation. The campus tours and the inevitable
placement tests completed, we were subjected to
that subtle bit of advertising or perhaps, more
appropriately the war between the majors. Each
department head mounted the podium, his eyes
gleaming with delight at the innocent group of
youngsters waiting to be molded, ready to pounce
on some inopportune words of the preceding
Then the big moment came . . . classes. And
just as we were getting comfortable . . . Sopho-
mores. The insidious disease of Sophomoritis
became endemic to a once tranquil campus and
we learned about all-night work-outs and the
constant threat of the "pile". There was a new
vogue on campus . . . the short haircut. Sharkey
looked like a Mohawk and one had to stay up-
wind from Smitty. But revenge was sweet when
a Sophomore was given a free ride in the woods
and Gingko Lane was used sparingly.
The all-night work-out before the rope pull
tired us but the mud-fight was a contest in which
we held our own. The Asian Flu gave us a week
vacation . . . those of us lucky enough not to be
in bed. Hazing ended and we settled into the
routine of classes and campus life.
The warm weather came after a snowy winter
and so did final exams. With one year of college
under our belts we were ready to head home . . .
and eight weeks later we did.
Dean Meyer escorts United Nations group from Africa
So we began in '58-59 with the usual sched-
ule- in duplicate and the passport to learning
. . . the class card. "Jabo" took over the class
presidency again and led us on to such daring
exploits as work-outs for the Frosh rope-pull
team (now illegal). At the conclusion of that
escapade we held the record for the fastest vic-
tory and we had the distinction of being con-
gratulated and upbraided simultaneously by
We were all professional college students now,
hardened by exam weeks and trips to the Rain-
bow, Colonial et al.
As sophomores we were entitled to select our
major course of study for the next three years
of our college life. The choices were made . . .
some to be changed the following year but for
most it was a permanent decision.
In Phys. Ed. we had physical fitness tests and
in First Aid everybody was ripping up sheets for
The campus was graced by a speech given by
Pearl Buck. The Segal Hall auditorium was
packed with students, faculty and guests. It was
a great achievement for the college.
The Snowflake Dance was held at the Lansdale
Eagles Club and the name was apropos because
it snowed that night. The storm cut down the
attendance but the dance was successful anyway.
Head coach Pete Pihos and assistant coach
Ted Gehlmann finished their last season with the
Aggies. Another institution of long standing de-
parted from the scene that year . . . Dollar Night.
As the second semester drew to a close every-
body started looking for a job that would qualify
for summer field lab. The skill sheets provided
a threat to a carefree summer recess.
The Sophomore year passed rather quickly for
most of us. We were becoming more interested
in our respective fields and developing study
habits . . . some good and some bad.
Feathers from Heaven
'Where should we start?
"Wake me up for Woodlot Management' 1
Segal Hall and snc
Queen and her Court
Freshmen practice sanitati
'We were waltzing together"
The Iron Man
Pearl Buck explains China's problems
to Segal Hall audience
"I hope it doesn't burn this time"
The boys will be moving in soon
"A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig"
Caesar the First
"Come on, Joe, grab a pig"
DVC's answer to Mae West
In September, 1959 we returned to the campus
for our Junior year. After our summer jobs we
were full of practical experience and rather re-
luctant to start classes. The usual bull sessions
started in the dorms and summer experiences
were rehashed with fervor. When the inevitable
schedules in duplicate and class cards were
passed out we began classes. Our intructors were
all familiar to us now and we fell into the routine
The student body responded quickly to the
call for help when a large barn on a neighboring
farm burned down. Many hogs were saved as
the students worked late into the night in ankle
deep mud. Under the direction of Mr. Ned
Linta, the students did an important job.
The Junior Class dance, Cupid's Holiday was
held in the new Sidney Neumann Gymnasium.
The decorating committee did an outstanding
job. A large percentage of the students and many
faculty members attended.
The Aggie eleven was under the direction of
new head coach Robert Chiodi. Mr. Chiodi also
directed the varsity basketball squad. Home
games were held in the new gym for the first
time. Also in the sports department, Mr. Linta
became the mentor of NAC's first varsity track
team. The new gym also housed chairs lined in
straight, wide rows for the purpose of final ex-
The College expanded the curriculum by add-
ing Biology and Chemistry majors. Foundations
were laid for the two new dormitories and con-
struction was begun.
Again we received instructions from Dr. Web-
ster concerning summer field labs . . . skill sheets
plus various reports.
We arrived on campus for our Senior year
in a political atmosphere. Kennedy and Nixon
were battling for the Presidency and the senior
class had presidential difficulties. Kennedy took
over the nation and Charlie Gerth took over the
Class of 1961.
1961 proved to be a momentous year in the
history of our College. National Agricultural
College became the Delaware College of Science
and Agriculture, a monument to the ambitions
of our beloved Founder and the efforts and per-
sonal sacrifice of our President. The two new
dormitories were ready for occupancy, chemistry
laboratories were relocated and improved and the
modern Library Annex was established in Eisner
Hall. The Student Council became the Student
Government with Senior Wes Merz as President.
The Student Store expanded its inventory and
took on a new look. This was the year of the
Miley Detective Agency and parking tickets. It
was also the year the Faculty Lounge interior
decoration was altered.
A Cross Country Team under Mr. Linta and
a Tennis team under Mr. Brown were added to
the list of intercollegiate sports. Cooke Lake
provided a skating rink during the winter and the
scene for DVC's first ice follies.
Record snow storms during the winter pro-
vided unexpected three day weekends and park-
ing problems for the students.
The big event of 1961 was the return of the
Evaluation Committee of the Middle States As-
sociation of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
There was an apparent effort by the Administra-
tion, Faculty and Student Body to make the eval-
uation a success.
Graduation time and the securing of employ-
ment, graduate school admission and draft status
occupied our thoughts during the last months of
our college life. We anticipated a wonderful
time at the Senior Prom and we stayed up late
reminiscing about our college days. We lingered
over these pleasant memories knowing that we
would miss the camaraderie of campus life and
old friendships. It was a time of mixed feelings
. . . happy to leave but a little reluctant to part
with a way of life we had become accustomed to
and learned to enjoy. And it was a time of great
personal achievement and satisfaction for the
members of the Class of 1961.
"My hand is getting tired"
Homecoming Day Dance
Farewell to Thee, Alma Mater
CLASS DF 1962
Class Officers 1962 (left to right): Kirk Brown, President; Robert
Frantz, Vice President; John Murch, Secretary; Dennis Trexler,
First Row, L-R: Salvatore Santangelo, John Kertzig, Donald
Charles, Ira Salomon, David Goldstein, Carl Sachs, Ronald Cole.
Second Row, L-R: John Ulshoefer, Gaetano Matro, John Berk-
heiser, Herbert Johns, Robert Johnson, David Kern, Albert Man-
ser, Aloysuis Steiert, David Olmsted, Edward Kennedy, Neil
Gabriel, Charles Haegle, Ronald O'Neill, Daniel Leaty, Robert
Frantz, Marvin Brand, Dominic DiGiantomasso, William Wilson
Earnest Jordan. Third Row, L-R: Glenn Caldaro, Fred Arm-
truster. Wavne Hetzell, Kirk Brown, Frank Pipari, Robert B.
Pitzschlei. James Rothschild. Paul McFatlind. Arnold Radi,
David Lustig, Francis Gibble, Stephen Rudolph, Ronald Zimmer,
Ronald Walker. John Adams, David Andreassen, Frank Rette,
Frank Penrose. Fourth Row, L-R: Norwood McGuigan. Dennis
Trexler. Harry Sharpe, Walter Gross, Edward Stein. Philip John-
son. Donald Baker, .Richard Swackhamer. John Murch, Raymond
Cooney, Charles Wira, Walter Peterson, Herbert Harris, Wheeler
Aman, James McNally, John Mertz, Thomas Snyder.
CLASS DF 19G3
Class Officers 1963 (left to right): Herman Hazen, Vice Presi-
dent; Ray Benson, Secretary; Thomas Day, Treasurer; Peter Hoff-
First Row L-R: Matthew Rubba, Louis Furman, Robert Moschini,
Jonathan Yentis, William Patchell, Bruce Nickell, Schuyler How,
Robert Topeka, William Hopkins, Jerome Schorr, James Bauer,
Robert Parsons, Walter Shannon, John Williams, John Graeff,
Bernard Gigliotti Gerard Caprio, Matthew Herman, Albert An-
derson. Second Row, L-R: David Spaulding, Mark Peter Hoff-
man, Norman Hendrick, John Barnett, Richard Coates, Max
Heflich, Willard Conrad, Roger Vandervliet, Harold Roberts,
Ronald Stein, Brodie Crawford, Douglas Brown, Thomas Steepy,
David Boker Paul Thompson, Rodrigo Uribe, Joseph Umosella,
Stanley Haviland, Bryan Gebhardt, Martin Birnbaum, William
Fleming. Edward Silverman. Third Row, L-R: Robert Sabol,
Samuel White, George Leonhardt, Charles Meyers, Ronald Mc-
Lucas, Robert Schneider, John Shafer, Martin Gilman, Joseph
Nowakowski, Donald Emery, Thomas Day, James Finn, Richard
Horsman, Frank Traino, Barry Miller, Christian Siebert, August
Sauer, Fernando Salazar, David Ruff, George Perry. Fourth
Row, L-R: John McDonough, Edgar Guardenier, Merrill Shuke,
Raymond Benson, Kieth Peterson, Terry Scheetz, David Halda-
man, Joseph Gerstemeier, Peter Blodgett, Allan Prophet, John
Tomasini, Roger West, John Bates, Herman Hazen, William
Mertins, Kenneth Roinos, Peter Caldwell, Gerald Skoda, Edwin
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
L-R: Thomas Oswald, Treasurer; Christopher Craig. Vice Presi-
dent; Darwan Boyd, President; Vernon Brown, Secretary.
CLASS DF 1964
First Row, L-R: Michael Goldin, Steven Gorman. Charles Bernd,
George Ross, Richard Derowitsch, Baron Feldmar, James Hower,
Joseph Cassese, Farzin Hedayat, John Bayliss, William Bauerle,
Hilyard, Vernon Brown, Richard Lasasso, Anthony Perri. Charles
Freeman, Anthony Di Giantomasso, Stanley Whiteway, Thomas
Lesher Peter Zanette, John Jennings, Richard Knudson, Ralph
Brinton, Donald Corrigan. Woodrow Lahr. Robert Kucharski.
Second Row L-R: David Billings, Neal Hadsell, Robert Larsen,
Raymond Thompson, Arthur Stober, John Hendzel, Thomas
Napier, James MacCleary, Alex Karmondi, Peter Bard, William
Edmondson, Frederick Blank, William Reisert, Randolph LeLoup,
Edward Dry, Richard Sherker. Lloyd Rotherham, John Regrut.
Thomas Merker. Paul Rvan George Simmons, LeRoy Hicks.
Third Row, L-R: John Ruker, Thomas King, Earl Howett.
Thomas Oswald, Jerome Gall, Alan Silverberg, Conrad Fisher,
Harold Griffith, Lowell Forbes, William Fisher, Warren Goll,
Robert Wagner, David Holland, Michael Silverberg, Edward
Taggart, Robert Garnett, Lawrence Middeton, Darryl McCabe.
Carl Thorpe, Robert Ingram, Robert Love. Fourth Row, L-R:
Lawrence Conner, King Bayles. Robert Hoffner, Donald Goss.
Dennis Glick, Joseph Krerutsky, William Mette, William Mc-
Kenzie, Richard Wells, John Stark, Lawrence Marshall, David
Watters. Christopher Craig, Alan Berry, Richard Harlan, Edgar
Hamm, Raymond Anderson, Ramon Cadrun. Fifth Row,
L-R: James Cline. George Howell, Charles Tietbohl, Peter Jacob-
sen, Richard Hacker, Joseph Weatherbee, Charles King, Frank
Grau. Richard Pillips, Leon Thompson, Ronald Woolf, Dennis
Hunter. Elwood Bowman, Edward Prigge, Ronald Striba, Charles
Schuck, Darvin Boyd. Joseph Petrosky. Vernon Nicholson.
Robert Pras, Richard Wanderman. Sixth Row, L-R: Robert From-
mer, William Shumaker, James Blunkosky, Malcolm Capriotti,
Fredrick Bernotas, Michael Rigolizzo, Louis Hahn. James
Kenna Robert Somerville, Wayne Moreton, Robert Clements,
James Corbett. Richard Carrol, Alfred Eopechino, Samuel
Eby. Jack Stabley, Richard Keglobits, Jeffery Serotkin, Thomas
Vitale, Thomas Moore. Seventh Row, L-R: Richard Supplee.
David Heebner, Ronald Heil. Bahman Ansari, Joseph Curtis,
Peter Stackhouse, Kenneth Kuipers, Robert Hilsen, James Beam.
Bruce Stock. Robert Steepy, Edward Torning, John Morrow,
Albrt Noble, Ronald Wimmer, Edward Davis, Christopher Hof-
mann, Raymond Hoppaugh. Raymond Cupples.
Greenhouse shower stall
The grass is greener on the other side.
The sands of ti:
'Now where did that mouse go?"
'That hair grow stuff does work."
Left to right, first row: Wayne Hunt, Jonathan Ycntis, Lawrence Connor, John Ulshoefer,
John Philip Johnson, Dennis Trexler, James Cline, Kirk Brown, Frank Rette, Arnold Radi.
Second row, left to right: Francis Gibble, Steven Rudolph, Harold Griffith, David Andreassen,
John Murch, Charles Wira, Herbert Haris, Louis Beck, James McNally.
AGRONOMY CLUB OFFICERS
Left to right: Secretary-Treasurer, John Ulshoefer; President,
John Philip Johnson; Vice President, Dennis Trexler.
ly Club Marble Contest
Kneeling left to right: Mr. Emig, Tom Cannan, Ray Piotrowicz,
Max Weeks. Standing: Ken Lipton, Terry Whitman, Danny
Whitfield, Dave Kuehne, Bob Stuart, Pat Mihlfried, Dr. Pelle.
Ken Lipton and Hope
Feeding the stock, left to right: Tom Cannan,
Pat Mihlfried, Dave Kuehne, John Anderson.
Inspecting the livestock, left to right: Danny Whitfield,
Bruce Buechner, Max Weeks, Bob Stuart, Jim Diamond,
Terry Whitman, Charles Radle, Joe Moors.
Jim Diamond with Pennsylvania Farm Show Entry
Row 1 (L-R): John Bayliss, Paul Adams, Thomas Fisher, Martin Birnbaum, Ronald Stein,
Thomas Cannan, Aloysius Steiert, James Diamond, Albert Abrevaya, Robert Topeka, Robert
Hopkins, James Bauer. Row 2 (L-R): Charles Tietbohl, Robert Hoffner, John Morrow,
Edward Prigge, Charles Haegle, Robert Phipps, Roger Vander Vliet, Peter Hoffman, R. Brin-
ton, Richard Knudson, Allan Silverberg, Terry Whitman. Row 3 (L-R): Ken Lipton, John
Anderson, August Sauer, Max Heflich, Richard Coates, Douglas Brown, Stanley Haviland,
Robert Scneider, David Walters, King Bayles, Ray Piotrowicz. Row 4 (L-R): Ira Solomon,
Richard Strimmel. Howard Bunin, Jack Stalley, Darwin Boyd, Gary Barrick, Richard Jordan,
Richard Wanderman, Joseph Moors, Joseph Weatherbee, John Jennings. Row 5 (L-R):
Pat Mihlfried, Howard Agnew, John Fish, Norwood MacGuigan, Charles Radle, Joel Sachs,
Jeffrey Serotkin, George Leonhardt, Jack Shafer, Robert Sabol, Edward Radomski, Robert
Stuart. Row 6 (L-R): Wheeler Aman, Charles Wira, Peter Caldwell, Edward Dories, Al
Noble, James de Mauriac, Bruce Buechner, Philip Chapman, John Tomasini, Walter Gross,
David Kuehne, Craig Maxwell.
Animal Husbandry Club Officers, left to right: Ray
Piotrowicz, Vice President; Pat Mihlfried, President;
August Sauer, Secretary-Treasurer; Ken Lipton, Pro-
Jim Hoover and entry at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
'But Mr. Brown, nothing's coming out.
'This is where the milk comes from, boys.'
'Hey Mac, they're growing back!"
First row, left to right: Rodrigo Uribe, Richard Sheidy, Charles Klein, John Stark, Richard
Harlan, Thomas King, James Cline, Charles Bernd, Robert Kucharski, John Kurtzig, Lloyd
Rotherham. Second row, left to right: Terry Scheetz, Charles Gerth, Robert Heil, Joel Sachs,
Al Eopechino, Edward Radomski, Larry Cohen, David Ruff, Brodie Crawford, John Barnett,
John Regrut, Larry Connor. Third row, left to right: Peter Ashton, Richard Steepy, Bruce
Stack, Jerry Skoda, Gary Fuess, Allan Prophet, James Hoover, Donald Haven, Peter Blodgett,
Milton Holmberg, Wayne Moreton, Ronald Wimmer.
Dairy Society Officers (L-R) : Richard Sheidy, Vice
President; Jack Kuyper, President; Edward Kennedy,
Dairy Judging Team (L-R): John Adams, Jack Kuyper,
Robert Johnson, Edward Kennedy.
Senior Dairy Majors
Dairy Students Examine a Brown Swiss
'Pour it in faster Steve, the temperature's dropping."
"Close the door on the autoclave, Jerry, the temperature
is going up."
"Hey Walt, do you think this process will be on the
test next week?"
"For the last time Mulnick
'It looks better from here, Carl."
"Sometimes the fudge gets a little hard, boys, so we
use this power drill."
Third row, standing left to right: Joseph Morosky, Walter Peterson, Jan Larsen, Edgar
Mullen, Kimble Johnson, William Burns, Fred Bernotas, Neil Gabriel, David Lustig. Second
row, standing left to right: Dr. George Turner, William Mayer, Paul Thompson, Malcolm
Capriotti, Steven Katz, Walter Hoogmoed, Jerry Mulnick, Ned Gaundinier, Mrs. Edward
Landis. First row, left to right: Rudolph Mesnak, David Goldstein, James Hower, Peter Bard,
Frank Pipari, Donald Corrigan, Paul Kirsch, Carl Bayha, William Keyser, James Rothschild.
FOOD INDUSTRY CLUB OFFICERS
Left to right: Dabid Lustig, Vice President; Walter
Hoogmoed, President; Kimble Johnson, Secretary; Ste-
ven Katz, Treasurer.
"This must be ripe.
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Water Boy Gene Schultz
'I can't figure it out, there were plants here last night."
Horticultural Judging Team: 1-r, William Roberts, John Holm, Steve Borsh,
Dr. Blumenfield, Larry Rossel.
Standing left to right: Larry Rossel, John Holm, Steven
Borsh, Gary Stapleton, Joseph Kapusnak Sitting, left
to right: William Roberts, Dr. Blumenfield.
Killer and Will back from the still
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OFFICERS
Left to right: Salvatore Santangelo, and Richard Swackhammer.
Front Row, L-R: Donald Claycomb, Edward Dry, William Reisert, John Williams, Gary
Stapleton, Robert Wagner, David Mullen, Gerard Caprio, James Matro, William Baverle,
Salvatore Santangelo. 2nd Row: George Perry, Joseph Imosella, Matthew Rubba, Robert
Frantz, Dan Leaty, Larry Rossel, Gene Schultz, Louis Furman, William Fleming, David
Holland, Ronald O'Neill, Fred Armbruster. 3rd Row: Steven Borsch, Vernon Nicholson,
Michael Risolizzo, Raymond Benson, Douglas Brown, Frank Fraino Lee Richards, Christian
Siebert. Wayne Helzell, Joseph Petrosky, Professor Joshua Feldstein. 4th Row: Thomas
Snyder, Carl Fitzgerald, Edward Silverman, Marston Hunt, Ronald Hunt, Donald Baker,
Richard Swackhammer, Joicph Kapusnak, William Roberts, John Holm, Herbert Harris.
"Obviously you didn't take this into consideration."
"Look, I've sprouted.'
*If it grows 1*11 eat it.
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Field Lab Follies
Raking in points
"Hansen usually does it this way."
KL •fi^i -*
Front Row, left to right: Richard Sherker, Walter Shannon, Jerry Schors, Barnard Gigliotti,
John Grafio, Edward Dry, Anthony Digiantomasso, Ronal Cole Rabart Larson, Frederick
Blanek, Frank Penrose. Second Row, left to right: Dominic DiGiantomasso, Glenn Caldaro,
David Kren, Matthew Yerman, Harold Rob?rts, Dave Bowker, William Conred, Norman
Hedrich, Thomas Merker, John VanVorst. Third Row, left to right: Robert DeRosa, Paul
McFarland .Paul Boutin, Charles Gerth, Thomas Steepy, Charles Meyer, Barry Miller, John
McDonouyl, Peter Driscoll, Donald Gross, Alfred Douglas, Earl Robinson. Fourth Row,
lef tto right: Joseph Gall Dennis Glick, Peter Jacobson, William Mackenzie, R. J. Sedren,
Leon Tompson, Frank Gram, Ronald Walker, Robert Walker, Robert Pitzschler, William
Willson, Ronald Zimmer. Fifth Row, left to right: Robert Frommer, Richard Horsman, John
Bates, Keith Peterson, Richard Anderson, Richard Keylovits, Peter Smith, Joseph Fitzpatrick,
Robert Hilson, Robert Steepy.
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE SOCIETY OFFICERS
Left to right: Paul McFarland, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Robert DeRosa,
Flower Show Exhibit
Left to Right: Dr. Leibovitz, Mr. Conover, George
Shelley, Ronald Sensenich, Hernando Botero.
"In the vein Hernando, not Jake's finger."
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
DVC Poultry Judging Team for the Eastern Intercol-
legiate Judging Contest, left to right: Mr. Ferdo, Coach;
Bruce Chadwick, Fred Furlong.
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Chicago Poultry Judging Team, left to right:
Mr. Ferdo .Coach; Hernando Botero, George
Shelley, Ronald Sensenich.
"This hurts me more than it hurts you.
First Row, left to right: Farzin Hedayat, Herbert Rosinsky, John Berkheiser, Hernando
Botero. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Ferdo, Advisor; Ronald Schneider, Fred Furlong,
Bruce Chadwick, Ronald Sensenich. Third Row, left to right: Samuel Eby, Joel Sachs, George
Shelley, Wesley Merz.
Poultry Club Officers, left to right: Fred Furlong, Presi-
dent; Herbert Rosinsky, Vice President; Ronald Schnei-
Left to right, sitting: James Fee, Merril Shuke, Edward Stein, John Mertz, Herbert Johns,
Brian Gebhardt, David Cafaro. Standing, left to right: John Berlcheiser. Ron Guliana, Ray
Cooney, Thomas Day, Dick Wells, Ben Pickover.
SCIENCE SOCIETY OFFICERS
Left to right: John McGraff. Secretary-Treasurer; Herb
Johns, President; John Mertz, Vice President; David
Science Society welcomes Alumni at Homecoming Day
Front Row, left to right: Darryl McCabe. Jerome Gall, Vernon Brown, Thomas Oswald,
Peter Zanette, Anthony V'itale, Thomas Moore, Richard LaSasso, Anthony Perri. Second
Row: Manager Robert Hilyard, Wheeler Aman. Carl Holmberg, James Hoover, Captain
Joseph Mihlfried, Eugene Schultz, John Holm. Robert Frantz. Daniel Leaty, Manager Salva-
tore Santangelo. Third Row: Backfield Coach Joseph Fulcoly, Line Coach Stephen Ferdo.
Aloysius Steiert, Warren Goll, John Barnett, Howard Agnew, Peter Blodgett, Terry Scheetz,
Max Heflich, Ronald Stein, Brodie Crawford Student Trainer Joseph Kapusnak, Athletic
Chairman Ned Linta, Head Coach Robert Chiodi. Back Row: Robert Kusharski. Charles
Freeman. Earl Howett, Lawrence Marshall. Richard Keglovits, Louis Hahn, James Blunkosky.
Robert Love, Robert Garnett, Edward Taggart. Not present: End Coach Richard Carney
and player Peter Smith.
The football camp in September, 1957, was com-
posed of many eager Freshmen anxious to show their
mettle. Coaches Pihos and Gehlmann utilized many of
these Freshmen to mold a team that amassed one of the
finest records in the history of the College.
The outstanding Freshmen players of the 1957 sea-
son were Gene Schultz, John Holm, Jim Hoover, Pat
Mihlfried, and Rudy Mesnak. Although Mesnalc left the
gridiron after completing his second season the illustri-
ous quartet went on to give four years of hard and fair
play to their Alma Mater. Two men with a lot of perse-
verance, Pete Smith and Milt Holmberg added depth to
the squad for four years. Four members of the class of
'61 seeing action were Bill Keyser, Roy Hancock, Steve
Borsh, and Huck Johnston. During the seasons of '57
and '58 the squad played under the great Pete Pihos.
The squad's record for '57 was six wins and one loss.
The stinging defeat was incurred, in the last game of the
season, at the hands of our then arch-rival, Trenton State
The '58 season saw the Aggies win five, lose two,
and tie one. Thus ended the illustrious Pihos-Gehlmann
years at DVC.
1960 Coaching Staff, left to right: End Coach Richard
Carney, Line Coach Stephen Ferdo, Head Coach Robert
D. Chiodi, and Backfield Coach Joseph E. Fulcoly, Jr.
Football Scores 1960 Season
1960 Team Captain Joseph P. (Pat) Mihlfried with
Dorset Ram mascot "Caesar I."
Millersville State College
In '59 a new coaching staff greeted the team. The
staff included head-coach Robert Chiodi and assistant
coaches Fulcoly, Ferdo, and Carney. Perhaps a period
of readjustment was due. Possibly the loss of graduating team
members and the improvement of the opposition had its effect.
Nevertheless the Aggies suffered with a three-five record.
Ten months after the immortal cry of "wait till next
year" the Aggies, under the new Delaware Valley prefix,
went on to gain a slight edge over their '59 record.
Here's how it happened:
Delaware Valley Aggies — Montclair State College 14
The 1960 season started out dismally when the
Delaware Valley Aggies were defeated on their home
field by Montclair State College. The first half was close
and ended in a 0-0 tie. Then in the second half Mont-
clair started to move. Late in the third period the Tribe
from Northern New Jersey drove 27 yards in 9 plays
for the first score of the game. After making a two
point play they led 8-0.
In the fourth period an intercepted pass set up the
second TD. Dick Demasi grabbed an Aggie pass on the
forty and lateraled to a teammate who scored the final
TD. The Aggies led in the statistics having 13 first downs
as against 7 for Montclair, and a total gain in yardage
of 204 as against Montclair's 109.
Delaware Valley Aggies 33 — Gallaudet 7
The Aggies then traveled to Washington, D. C, for
what turned out to be a very profitable trip. With the
memory of last week's defeat, the Aggies were out to
trounce Gallaudet . . . and trounce them they did! Bob
Frantz threw two touchdown passes, one for 14 yards to
Captain Pat Mihlfried and to Wheeler Aman for 22 yards.
Frantz then plunged through the line for another TD.
The next TD was set up by a pair of Freshmen. Tom
Moore threw a 26 yard pass to Jerry Gall who raced
twenty yards for the score. Ron Stein, one of the out-
standing backs from the Sophomore class, scored the
next TD, when he took a hand-off from Frantz and ran
1 Va yards for the score.
" Gallaudet scored their only touchdown on a pass
intercepted by Jim MacFadden who took the ball 95
yards for the lone TD. Jerry Berlowitz skirted the end
for the extra point. The three Aggie field goals were 2
by Schultz and 1 by McCabe.
James R. Hoover, Guard
Peter J. Smith, Tackle
Delaware Valley Aggies 21 — Lincoln 8
The Aggies visited the Kennet Square team to score
their second straight victory. The Green and Gold took
advantage of the breaks that fell their way. Daryl Mc-
Cabe intercepted a Lincoln pass and returned it to the
Lincoln 39. Six plays later the ball was on the Lincoln
10. Then, on an end sweep, Vernon Brown, a Freshman,
took the ball in for the score. Wheeler Aman intercepted
another Lincoln pass. He was downed at the 50. Eleven
plays later the Aggies hit paydirt when Brodie Crawford,
a Sophomore, took the ball in from the one yard line.
The third touchdown was set up when Pat Mihlfried fell
on a fumble on the Lincoln one yard line. Ron Stein
plunged over for the score.
Delaware Valley Aggies 25 — Kutztown
In their third consecutive away game the Aggies
trampled the Golden Avalanche. This was the Aggies'
third straight victory after an opening game loss.
Soph halfback Ron Stein scored twice, first from
the ten yard line and again from the one yard line.
His first TD was set up when Tom Moore intercepted
a pass on the 39 yard line and returned it to the ten.
Brodie Crawford scored the third TD on a one yard run.
Tom Vitalie, a Freshman, passed to classmate Jerry Gall
for the final score.
Delaware Valley Aggies 18 — Western Maryland 22
After having a weekend off the Aggies faced West-
ern Maryland on Homecoming Day. Before the largest
crowd of the season the Aggies lost a heartbreaker.
The Aggies received the opening kick-off and trav-
eled 35 yards for a touchdown sewn up on a quarterback
Eugene Schultz, Guard
Joseph P. Mihlfried, End
snjak from the six inch line by Bob Frantz. As soon as
Western Maryland had received the kick-off they trav-
eled 58 yards for a TD. Their try for two extra points
was successful and they led 8-6. Another Western Mary-
land drive was stopped when Bob Frantz intercepted a
pass and lateraled it to Pat Mihlfried who took the ball
to his own 25.
The Aggies scored in the second quarter when Rich
LaSasso, a Freshmen, went over from the 9 to cap a
75 yard drive. The blocking and tackling of Schultz,
Hoover and Holm was outstanding as usual. The first
half ended with the Aggies ahead 12-8.
On the first play of the third quarter Western
Maryland scored a TD on a 54 yard run through left
tackle. The try for the extra point failed. After Jim
Hoover recovered a fumble on the Western Maryland
38 yard line the third quarter ended with the Aggies
Ron Stein scored from the one yard line at the be-
ginning of the fourth quarter. The strong Aggie line
continued to push Western Maryland back. It looked
like the Aggies' game until Western Maryland inter-
cepted a pass on the Aggie 42. They finally scored from
the 8. Their try for two extra points was good. The
game ended with the Aggies on the Western Maryland
27 yard line.
Delaware Valley Aggies 14 — Kings College
The Aggies scored the first time they received the
ball and then marched over in 12 plays. The 33 yard
scoring play was a pass from quarterback Tom Moore
to Pat Mihlfried.
An intercepted pass in the third quarter gave the
Aggies the ball for the final scoring drive. Terry Scheetz
intercepted the pass on the Aggie 40. In five plays,
which extended into the fourth quarter, the Aggies moved
to the Monarchs' 10. From there Vernon Brown skirted
the end to score.
John A. Holm, Tackle
Carl M. Holmberg, Tackle
Awards Banquet (L-R) : John Holm, Pat Mihlfried, President
James Work. Robert Frantz, Coach Robert Chiodi, Eugene
Mihlfried eludes tackier after snag-
ging long pass.
Frantz (20) skirts end; Holm (76) completes line
assignment and charges downfield to protect.
Frantz (20) turns end and prepares to meet defensive
unit; McCabe (60) looks to block.
Brown receives pitchout and heads Aggies plunge through Millersville line,
Delaware Valley Aggies 19 — Millersville State College 21
The Aggies lost a tough one when they lost their
last home game of the season.
The Aggies led at the half 13-0. Howett scored
on a 22 yard run. Schultz, with his educated toe, kicked
the extra point. Marshall caught a pass for the second
Vernon Brown then scored for the Aggies on a 15
yard pass play which capped a 75 yard drive.
Delaware Valley Aggies — Drexel
The season's finale was played on Philadelphia soil.
Although neither team won, the Aggies were the aggres-
sive ones as proved by the statistics. The Aggies had 15
first downs as compared to Drexel's 4.
This was the end of College football for Seniors
Holm, Hoover, Schultz, Mihlfried, Holmberg and Smith.
Well done, Seniors, and good luck!
The season's final tally: an improved 4-3-1.
During their years at NAC and DVC the squad
members of the class of '61 took a fair share of the
awards and trophies. The recipients are as follows:
Outstanding Lineman Award for 1958 — John Holm
Outstanding Lineman Award for 1959 — Jim Hoover
Outstanding Lineman Award for 1960 — John Holm
Central Bucks Junior Chamber of Commerce Trophy
for 1960: based on devotion, loyalty and sportsmanship
— Gene Schultz
Ross Triol Memorial Trophy for 1960; based on
leadership and sportsmanship — Pat Mihlfried
President's Trophy for 1960 — Pat Mihlfried
Cheyney State College
Washington College — P.M.C.
Glassboro State College
Millersville State College
Coach Ned A. Linta
Captain John Van Vorst '61
Outstanding Harrier Award — John Van Vorst
Van Vorst strides to the wire.
Assistant Coach BOB FINN with Coach JIM RADCLIFF
1960-61 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. Front Row
— Coach James Radcliff, Joseph Morosky, John Van
Vorst, Walter Peterson, Wheeler Aman, Assistant Coach
Robert Finn. Second Row — Manager Robert Wagner,
David Ruff, Louis Furman, William Mertens, Richard
Hillman, Manager Daniel Leaty. Third Row — Manager
Edward Taggart, John Shafer, Douglas Brown, David
Heebner, Raymond Benson.
Although the Aggies did not fare too well this past
season, they fought a hard and clean battle.
Eight members of our Varsity squad received their
letters from Coach Jim Radcliff. The Varsity letter win-
ners are: John Shafer, Dave Heebner, Wheeler Aman,
Joe Morosky, Bill Mertens, Dave Ruff, Bob Frantz and
In recognition of his ability, sportsmanship, leader-
ship and high academic achievement, Bob Frantz was
awarded the Calvin P. Kidder III, Memorial Award.
Guard Lou Furman was named the recipient of the
Alumni Association's award for most points during the
season. Furman, a Sophomore, combined 101 field goals
and 81 of 104 free throw attempts for a total of 283
points. The award for the most improved player went
to Ray Thompson, a Freshman playing both Varsity and
Junior Varsity ball.
Frantz leaps tor a s
Phila. College of Bible
Glassboro State College
Kutztown State College
Phila. College of Pharm.
Phila. Textile Institute
Seton Hall University of
Paterson, N. J.
Rutgers of S.J.
Newark State College
Seton Hall University
Eastern Baptist College
Rutgers of S. J.
Phila. College of Bible
Phila. Textile Institute
Jersey City State College
Eastern Baptist College
Phila. College of Pharm.
Furtnan looks for the two pointer
John Van Vorst prepares for set shot.
Wild Bill Mertens wins the jump
Coach Radcliff maps out strategy
with the Varsity
Wheeler Aman <22) looks for an opening.
The bench watches anxiously
I960 Varsity Baseball Team. Front Row, left to right: Edward R. Kennedy, Edward M. Stein,
Co-Captain Emory Markovic, Coach Robert D. Chiodi, Co-Captain William E. Shull, Philip
G. Staudt, William George. 2nd Row: George Perry, Michael F. Kopas, R. Wayne Hunt,
John O. Anderson, Joseph Gontek, Walter Hoogmoed, Mark P. Hoffman. 3rd Row:
Manager Henry Kerby, John Richards, Brodie Crawford, Robert B. Topeka, Gerard W.
Caprio, Harold K. Johnson, David Ruff, Manager Salvatore L. Santangelo.
1961 Co-Captains, I-r: Wayne Hunt, Coach Robert
Chiodi, Edward Kennedy.
This past season the Delaware Valley Aggies were
the defending co-champions of the Delaware Valley Con-
ference. Of the thirteen games played, six were league
games. The teams in the league include Rutgers of South
Jersey, Eastern Baptist College, Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy and Science and DVC.
The team this season was composed of 17 members.
The only Senior returning to the diamond was catcher
Wayne Hunt. Junior Ed Kennedy and Hunt were the
team's 1961 co-captains.
Coach Chiodi in his second season as head baseball
coach had few veterans on the team. Kennedy was the
only Junior on the team. The sophomores on the squad
were: Ron Guliana, Bob Topeka, Pete Hoffman, George
Perry, Dave Ruff and Gene Caprio. The freshmen on
the squad were: Darvin Boyd, Don Goss, Mike Silver-
berg, Earl Howett, Jim Blumkosky, Fred Bernotas, Bob
Hoffner, King Bayles, and Bill Mettee.
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BASEBALL SCORES 1960
Trenton State College
Kutztown State College
Rutgers of South Jersey
Rutgers of South Jersey
Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy and Science
Kutztown State College
Jersey City State College
Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy and Science
Trenton State College
Coach Robert Chiodi
John Anderson, Pitcher
Close play at first base
Hunt trots home for a run.
Out at first
Wayne Hunt at the plate.
1950 Varsity Track and Field Team (Inaugural year of sport). Front Row, left to right:
Arnold S. Radi, Ronald Cole, Robert J. Sabol, William D. Hopkins, Charles Meyers, Douglas
Brown, Stephen J. Colburn. 2nd Row: William L. Wilson, Joseph S. Teller, Albert Abrevaya,
Charles Remsen, Co-Captain Frank Radican and John Holm, John R. Van Vorst, Gary G.
Stapleton, Carl Bayha. 3rd Row: Coach Ned A. Linta, Howard G. Agnew, James A. Row-
land, Edgar V. Guardenier, William A. Mertens, Kenneth Rionos, Terrence R. Sheetz, Albert
E. Hanser, Max Heflich, Manager Alvin R. Silverman.
1960 was the inaugural year for track at DVC. Win-
ning the last meet of the season, the team, after losing
three lettermen, continued its winning ways in the Spring
Senior Co-captains John Holm and John Van Vorst
constantly scored high in all meets. Both men won the
high point trophy in their respective fields in '60.
This spring, Holm established a new shotput record
in the Albright meet with a toss of 44'- 10". Broad-
jumper Carl Bayha rounds out the rest of the Seniors
on the squad.
The remaining members who show great promise
for the future include Freshman Dave Heebner, in the
hurdles and Dick Carrol, in the pole vault.
Leading the Aggies next season will be hurdler Bill
Wilson and distance runners Ron Cole and Arnold Radi.
Award Winners John VanVorst and John
Van Vorst '61
Trenton State College
Millersville State College
Kutztown State College
Anchor Man John Van Vorst Gary Stapleton waits for the gun
Carl Bayha goes over the top Awards Banquet, L-R: President James Work, John Van
Vorst, guest speaker, T. Ralph Williams.
Carl Bayha hurls javelin John Holm puts the shot
The Show Tent
A Day Committee, seated left to right: Herbert Johns, Bryan Gebhardt, Fred Furlong,
William Burns, Chairman; Salvatore Santangelo, Walter Hoogmoed, Philip Johnson, Donald
Clayomb. Standing left to right: Paul Boutin, Jerry Mulnick.
Hereford Bulls on exhibit
Food Analysis Exhibit
Dave Kuehne in the Show Ring
Al Jablonski, Swine Champion Show-
Ornamental Horticulture Exhibit
Hey Herb, what's a "Qail"?
"She must be dry, Chuck, nothing is coming out."
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Sitting 1-r: Walter Hoogmoed, William Patchell, Edward Kennedy, Charles Klein. Standing
1-r: Mr. Joseph Fulcol>', Advisor; Douglas Brown, Kirk Brown, Charles Gerth, James Hoover,
Robert Frantz, Peter Hoffman, David Mullen, James Matro.
L-R: Walter Hoogmoed, Secretary; William Patchell,
Vice President; Edward Kennedy, President; Charles
Student Government representatives discuss the agenda.
Seated L-R: Andrew Forbes, Wayne Hunt, Jerry Mulnick, Herbert Rosinsky, Steven Katz,
William Burns, Paul Boutin, Michael Goldin. Standing L-R: Carl Bayha, Ronald Schneider,
Wayne Hetzell, John Hamilton, Danny Whitfield, Walter Whitman, Neil Gabriel, Donald
Haven, William Mertens Robert Frommer, William MacKenzie, Richard Wells, Albert
Hanser, Matthew Herman, Benjamin Pickover.
Seated L-R: John Hamilton, Martin Gilman, John Mertz, Co-Editor; Marvin Brand, Editor;
Edward Stein, Kenneth Lipton, Paul Boutin. Standing L-R: Albert Anderson, Herbert Johns,
Wayne Hunt, Donald Haven, Richard Somerville, Robert Hilsen, William Mertens, John
Bulette, David Cafaro, Robert Frommer, William Shumaker, Allan Goldfarb, William Mac-
kenzie, Michael Goldin, Vernon Brown, Jerry Schorr.
First Row <L-R): Fred Blank, Joseph Cassesse, Peter Bard, John Jennings, James Macleary,
Alex Karmondi, James Hower. Second Row (L-R): George Leonhardt, Allan Goldfarb,
Richard Wells, Wayne Hetzel, William Fisher, Jonathan Yentis, Leroy Hicks. Third Row:
William Mertens, Ray Cupples, Ken Kuipers, James Fee, Danny Whitfield, John Hamilton.
First Row (L-R): Jonathan Yentis, Don Claycomb, Bob Parsons, Sam Eby, John Bayliss,
Robert Moschini, Fred Blank, Joseph Cassesse, Alex Carmondi, Andy Forbes, Steve Gorman,
Mike Goldin. Second Row (L-R): Michael Rigolizzo, Malcom Capriotti, Robert Hoffner,
Peter Jacobson, Martin Gilman, John Roag, Harold Roberts, Ralph Brinton, Charles Dowhan,
Larry Middleton, Tom Merker, Ron Schneider, Max Weeks. Third Row (L-R) Carl Fitz-
gerald, Charles Wira, Robert Somerville, Wayne Morton, Dick Carrol, Keith Peterson, Dave
Spalding, AI Eopechino, Danny Whitfield, Charles Gerth, Milton Holmberg, Joseph Moors,
Robert Frommer, Fred Bernotas.
Front Row, sitting left to right: Paul Boutin, Phil Johnson, John Bulettc, Joe Fitzpatrick,
John Mertz. Standing left to right: Andy Forbes, Wayne Moreton, Mr. R. D. Forbes,
Advisor; Jam Corbett, Bob Frommer, William Mackenzie, William Shumaker, Mike Goldin,
First Row (L-R): Stanley Haviland, Charles Hoag, Ron Schneider, Joseph Bowhan, Hernando
Botero, Jonathan Yentis, Allan Berry, John Bayliss. Second Row (L-R): Jan Larsen, Steven
Borsh, Jerry Mulnick, Paul Boutin, John Ulshoefer, Hal Roberts, Charles Radle, William
Burns, Charles Wira.
Left to right: Albert Douglas David Goldstein, Mr
Yentis, Paul Boutin. Martin Oilman.
Abraham Rellis, Advisor; Jonathan
Top Row, left to right: Edward Stein. Milton Holmberg, Norwood McGuigan, Peter Smith
Harold Johnston, John Holm, Joseph Mihjfried. Second Row, left to right: Joseph Kapus-
nak, William Wilson, Robert Frantz, Peter Hoffman. Wayne Hunt Arnold Radi. John Van
Vorst, Terry Scheetz. First Row, left to right: Ronald Guiliana, Salvatore Santangelo
Rudolph Mesnak, Ross Koenig, Eugene Schultz, Louis Furman, Carl Bayha, William Keyser.
Left to right: Herbert Johns, John Van Vorst, Frederick Furlong,
George Perry, Jonathan Yentis, William Keyser.
Left to right: Herbert Johns, John Anderson, John Van Vorst, John
Holm, Dennis Trexler, Richard Swackhammer, Robert Frantz.
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Table Tennis Champion
Ed Stickel presents Archery Cham-
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Championsihp Basketball Team
Left to Right, Bottom Row: John Holm, Eu-
gene Schultz, Joseph Kapusnak. Top Row, Ron-
ald Hunt, Marston Hunt. George Perry.
Co-Editors Ken Lipton and Bill Mayer.
Sitting left to right: Hernando Botero, Ken Lipton,
Bill Mayer, Bob DeRosa. Standing left to right: Tom
Cannan, Bob Stuart, Terry Whitman, Steve Borsh, Bill
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