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Class of 1962
Ml 7. Gabriel
Richard ' T). Swackhamer
'Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture
Welcome to Delaware Valley College. We,
the Class of 1962, extend our invitation to you
to join us as we tour the campus in space and
Reminisce with us as we relive our four years
at D.V.C. — the formative years. It has been with-
in this period that our outlook has been ex-
panded to meet the challenges of our complex
way of life. It is within this period, too, that Dela-
ware Valley College has expanded to keep
abreast of the needs of these changing times.
The groundwork has been laid for an increment
of D.V.C. 's role in intellectual circles. We have
been fortunate to have seen some of this ex-
pansion take place during our stay here. Even
greater growth lies in the immediate future. It
has been our good fortune to have lived and
grown with these exciting days of flux and change
at Delaware Valley College.
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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.
We, the class of 1962, dedicate, this
CORNUCOPIA to our parents, without
whose encouragement, support, and
faith our stay at Delaware Valley Col-
lege, would not have been possible.
This is our way of saying "thanks" to
those whose guidance has enabled us
to gain a strong foundation for the
Mom and Dad — you've helped us to
get this far; we hope we've been able
to fulfill your expectations.
Zable of Contents
Administration (Page 12)
faculty (Page 48)
Underclassmen (Page 60)
Sports (Page 64)
A~T>ay (Page 92)
Activities (Page 100)
Clubs (Page 1 1 0) . . .
Class History (Page 138) . . .
Student Directory (Page 150)
Advertisements (Page 155)
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1962
I know that you will live up to the traditions of
the College and hope that you may even better the
achievements of your predecessors. These achieve-
ments may best be stated by quoting from the recent
Middle State evaluation report:
"The extent to which a college fulfills its ob-
jectives can best be measured by the success
of its graduates in graduate schools and by their
performance in professions and business. In both
of these regards, Delaware Valley College scores
I wish ycu a long life of peace and happiness.
George E. Turner
Donald AA. Meyer
Oskar H. Larsson
(fen era I Studies
Peter Glick Jr.
Joseph E. Fulcoly
Mrs. Elsie Belfield
Secretary of the
Mr. Charles McGurk
Director of Public Relations
Mr. Daniel Miller
Mrs. Jean Smith
Mr. George Robinson
Assistant Treasurer and
Hackensack, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day 1, 3;
ball 3, 4 ; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Softball 1,
1, 2; Track 2.
Married .... Easy going .... Bread crumb hauler
.... Seen in Amburgo truck daily .... A hustler .
the Bronx .... Fire Chief in Junior year.
ntramural Sports: Foot-
Varsity Sports: Football
. . "Hey, Willie"
. Originally from
JOHN R. ADAMS
Greene, New York
Band 1 ; Dairy Society 1,2,3,4 President 4; A-Day Committee 3, 4; Inter-
Club Council 4; Dairy Judging Team 3, 4; Activities Committee 3.
A New York boy .... Married a hometown girl in senior year ....
Is a cowhand .... Loves his Studebaker .... Cow judger .... Want your
meeting on the calendar—See John.
HOWARD CLARKE AGNEW
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2;
Prom Committee 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Football 1, 2, 3;
Likes nice clothes, and pretty girls (one special one.) .... "Where's the
party?" .... A football player .... Poker, too .... "I'm broke!" ....
A cowpoke .... "Hey, Wally, where are you?"
H. WHEELER AMAN
Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports:
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4.
"/'// send you to the moon" .... Transfer student . ... An all around
boy .... Likes to hunt .... Cross-Country before Football .... One of
the forever weekend warriors.
DAVID C. ANDREASSEN
Westfield, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 2, 3; Agronomy Club 1, 2 Sec't-treas 2; Intramural
Sports: Softball 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Cornucopia.
How are you, Vic? .... £n/'oys birthday parties— especially at the Bristol
.... Transfer student .... Started out in Agronomy— now a Horf. boy
. ... Is an ice skater and likes skiing.
FRED R. ARMBRUSTER
New York, New York
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dairy Club 1, 2; Gleaner 3; Intramural Sports:
Volleyball 2, 3; CORNUCOPIA BUSINESS MANAGER 4.
Happy-go-lucky .... TAPPA KEGGA DAYE Boy ... . Hey, Fred, Let's
go to Philadelphia-Well, uh, okay, Dom" .... A hard worker ....
Get those ads, Fred!
DONALD THATCHER BAKER
Basking Ridge, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Chairman 4; Food Industry
Club 1; Intramural Sports: Volleyball 1; Bowling 4; Football 4; Softball
1, 2, 3, 4; Cornucopia Staff.
Week-end Warrior .... "It's time for the proverbial sack" . .
move out, men." .... Always going to the mailbox— Why, Don?
ways happy and has a smile for everyone .... A Keggler.
. . Al-
CLAIR GORDON BENNETT, JR.
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 1, 2; A-Day ; Food
Industry Exhibit 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography 1, 2; Varsity Sports: Football 1;
Intramural Sports: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 4.
Married and says he likes it ... . also likes football, duck hunting and
swimming .... Did you hear that Wilson high lost ? .... He likes dancing
with a broom .... The blue beetle.
JOHN J. BERKHEISER
Poultry Club 1 , 2, 3; Science Society 3, 4; Vice-President 3, 4.
Radio listener .... Quiet type .... Started out as a poultry man
Studious type .... "Who's going to town?"
together in freshman year?
Who tied your clothes
Science Society 2, 3, 4; Ornamental Horticulture Club 1; Animal Husbandry
Club 1; Furrow 1, 2 Assistant Editor 2; Gleaner Editor 3; Vice-President
Class 1; Intramural Sports: Bowling 3.
Always with a pipe or cigar .... Married in Senior year .... Remember
that horn during freshman customs, Marv? .... A Navy boy .... "There
must be an easier way than this!"
KIRK W. BROWN
Class Treasurer 1, 2; Class President 3, 4; Student Council President 4;
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; First Prize Agronomy 1;
Grand Champion Agronomy 2.
Keeps everybody in line .... The dual President .... Big brother, Kirk
.... Cornell man during summers .... Wants to go to graduate school
and teach .... The spy in the sky.
JOHN LAWRENCE BULETTE
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; Science Society 3, 4; Contemporary Club
3; Gleaner 3, 4; Furrow 3; Cornucopia; Intramural Sports: Basketball 1,
3, 4; Football 2, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Bowling 4; Varsity Sports:
Basketball 2; Golf 3, 4.
"Wedded to the world of science" .... Italian movie actress fan ....
Progressive jazz fan .... No Elvis Presley for this boy .... Likes to swim
and water ski.
Lyndhurst, New Jersey
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1, 2; Dairy Society 1; Science Society 2, 3,
4 ; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Gleaner 3, 4; A-Day: Dairy 1; Science 2, 3, 4;
Grand Champion 3.
Another Carl Sandburg . ... No dungarees for this boy .... How about
that night in the Hort. building? .... Always writing .... Wants to go
on to higher aspirations.
GLENN CHARLES CALDARO
West Orange, New Jersey
Ornamental Horticulture' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Basketball 2,
3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3; Volleyball 2; A-Day
Committee 2, 3; Varsity Sports: Golf 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Cornucopia.
"Hey, Dom wanta go to Ed's?" .... Loves the sack .... "Let's have a
party" .... Always hustling .... Loves fo stay up and study nights ....
Another Sam Snead .... Tappa Kegga Daye.
BRUCE W. CHADWICK
Poultry Club 1, 2, 3; Vice-President 4; A-Day Exhibit: Poultry 2, 3.
Married and has a boy .... How was your visit to France? .... 50%
of the poultry major .... Get rid of your green Studebaker yet, Bruce?
.... Remember the poultry trip to Penn State? .... Quiet and reserved
PHILO WEBSTER CHAPMAN Jr.
Vineland, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Poultry Club 2, 4; A-Day 3, 4; Intra-
mural Sport: Basketball 1; Animal Husbandry Judging Team 4.
Likes horses .... Where's the T.V. guide? .... Always in a hurry . . . .
Watch out for that traffic cop, Skeet! .... Wants to be a livestock buyer.
DONALD M. CHARLES
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day : Ornamental Horticulture
1, 2, 3, 4; Second Prize 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4.
Married .... A little late for class, but gets there .... Glacial rock, Don
.... Quiet .... Hock that Plymouth, Don .... Likes pistol hunting.
DONALD ALVIE CLAYCOMB
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Homecoming Chairman 2, 3;
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Intramural Sports: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Bowling 1, 4; A-Day: Horticulture Exhibit 3, 4; Horticulture Judging Team
"How 'bout that?" .... Married .... Quite a hustler .... Wants to
teach . ... A vet ... . Caretaker of the Hort. building .... A great
RONALD JAY COLE
Massapequa, New York
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Furrow 4; Intramural Council 4;
Gleaner 4; A-Day Exhibit 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Intramural
Sports: Football 1; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Badminton 2; Softball 2, 3, 4; Varsity
Sports: Cross-Country 3, 4 Co-Captain 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4;
First Captain's Award 4; CORNUCOPIA TYPING EDITOR.
"Hey, Chart." .... "Talk to me" .... The A/lassapequa Kid .... Cm
packed, Smacks .... A/ways writing letters ...."/ want to go home"
.... Always busy.
RAYMOND E. COONEY
Food Industry Club 1, 2; Science Society 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Football
1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 3.
Married in junior year .... Very studious .... Want a door man's hat?
.... Wants to be a research chemist . ... Is a jazz music fan .... Likes
to buy tires for a '52 Buick.
DOMINIC GABRIEL DIGIANTOMASSO
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; President 4; Intramural
Sports: Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Student Council 4;
Cornucopia; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
Always wants to go somewhere .... Under age .... Does your brother
have the car again? .... "Anyone going to Ed's?" .... No, I'm Track
Team Manager, Mr. S.
ROBERT JAMES FRANTZ
Audubon Park, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Judging Team 3; Student Council
1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 1; Class President 2; Class Vice-President 3; Varsity
Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4 ; Most Valuable Back 3;~ Delaware
Valley Conference All-Star Team 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Kalvin Kidder
Memorial Trophy 3; President's Award 4; Outstanding Back 4; Intramural
Sports: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4;
CORNUCOPIA LAYOUT EDITOR.
Carrot-Top .... "On two!" .... Athletic type .... Wants to go to Grad.
School .... Party goer .... How did you like playing fullback, Bob?
Vineland, New Jersey
Poultry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3,
4; Essay Winner 3; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Reserve Grand Champion 2; A-Day
Committee 2, 3, 4; Inter-Club Council 3, 4; Track Manager 3, 4; Cross
Country Manager 4; Intramural Sports: Football 1, 2, 4.
"Do you want my opinion?" .... Likes a girl named Sue .... One half
of the Poultry Major .... Hey, Gip! .... A dorm counselor '. . . . Card
NEIL FRANK GABRIEL
Food Industry 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2;
Horticulture Club 1; Furrow 1, 2, 3; Gleaner 2, 3; Intramural Sports:
Football 1, 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4 ; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4;
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1; CORNUCOPIA CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF.
One of our Co-Editors .... Wants to enter F. I. business .... Enjoys
dancing and skating .... Always seen with the green hornet .... Won't
stay single long .... Has a fancy for red-heads.
FRANK M. GIBBLE
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ornamental Horticulture Club 1; Intramural
Sports: Bowling 3.
"Hey Gooch" .... Need your car fixed? Ask Bud ... . Weekend Warrior
.'Almost got it from a "Wild" tractor .... Gubby Bibb/e .... Drives a
ALLAN HERBERT GOLDFARB
Middletown, New York
Science Society 3, 4; Gleaner 3, 4; Typing Editor 4; Band 3; Intramural
Sports: Softball 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; A-Day: Science Exhibit
3, 4; Cornucopia.
Studious ...."/ want to get this work done now" .... Wants to be a
dentist .... Musically inclined .... Hey Al, come on out for cross-country
.... Transfer student from Syracuse.
DAVID VICTOR GOLDSTEIN
Brooklyn, New York
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Stamp Club 3, 4; Gleaner 4; Furrow 4;
Cornucopia; A-Day: Food Industry 3, 4; Stamp Exhibit 3, 4; Intramural
Sports: Softball 3, 4; Bowling 4.
"The Duck" loves to sail .... He's from Brooklyn .... Politician ....
Loves the Yankees and John F. Kennedy .... Hates Cats .... How abouf
that pail of water on the door in Freshman year, Goldy?
WALTER ARTHUR GROSS
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Agronomy Club 3, 4; Photography
Club 4; Gleaner 4; Archery Club 2; A-Day: Animal Husbandry 1, 2, 3, 4;
Animal Husbandry Judging Team 4.
"Whoop-Whoop-Whoop-Whoop-Whoop!" .... Midnight Typer
about that New Year's, Walt? .... A Shoof-'em-up enthusiast.
CHARLES L. HAEGELE
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3; Ornamental
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee; Photography Club 1; Intramural
Sports: Volleyball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day: Dairy 1, 2.
Looking forward to twelve weeks of F. L The Great White Hunter
.... Any complaints, Chart? .... Worked "over" a lot of people ....
Wants to be a Vet.
JOHN WILLIS HAMILTON
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
Married in Senior Year .... Wants to go to Ohio
Bonneville .... How's that fuel injection, John? .
Get under that
Wants to be a
ALBERT EDWARD HANSER
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Furrow 3; Varsity Sports: Track
2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Intramural Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3;
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Badminton 3.
Mr. Insomnia .... The greenhouse man .... "Hey, who's going to
Ed's?" .... Also ran .... Has a share in a coffee company .... Are
you in this class too, Al?
HERBERT LEE HARRIS, JR.
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Club 3, 4; A-Day: Farm Machinery
Exhibit 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Football 1, 2.
"On your way, silly" .... Family man .... Need a baby sitter? ....
Don't forget that brief-case, Herb! .... A Ford Tractor man .... A hunter
.... Reserved type.
DONALD R. HAVEN
Haddonfield, New Jersey
How's the fire in Ulman Hall? .... Mid-night steak sandwiches .... Third
floor bowler-coke bottles and Softball .... A Sear's Special-Dodge?
Constantly working .... Pretzel-bender.
LAWRENCE WAYNE HETZELL
Elmer, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1; Furrow 3; Band
1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 3, President 4; Basketball Statistician 1; Intramural
Sports: Bowling 2, 4; Volleyball 3; A-Day: Horticulture Exhibit 2, 3, 4
Reserve Grand Champion 2, 3; A-Day Committee 4.
Hetzell with the Edsel .... How about Room 378, Ulman Hail-That fire
.... Musical type .... From a dairy farm .... "You Guys'"
MARSTON CLYDE HUNTE
Roselle Park, New Jersey
Horticultural Society 1,2, 3, 4; Horticulture Homecoming Committee 2, 4
Intercollegiate Fruit Judging Team 3; A-Day 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1
Intramural Sports: Basketball 1, 2, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4
Football 1, 2, 4.
Huntee Number One .... "Why is that?" .... Married
the father of 1 . . . . What can / do for this Poison Ivy?
Wants to be
RONALD BRUCE HUNTE
Roselle Park, New Jersey
Horticultural Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Homecoming Committee 2,
4; Intercollegiate Fruit Judging Team 3; A-Day 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports:
Football 1, 2, 4; Volleyball 2, 4 ; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4.
Huntee Number Two .... "You know what / mean, don't ya?" . . . .
Married .... Pennsy/van/a tax hater.
HERBERT F. JOHNS
Science Society 2, 3, 4 President 3; Poultry Club 1, 2; Varsity Sports:
Football Manager 1, 2; Golf 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; A-Day Committee 2,
3, 4; Grand Champion Poultry 1; Grand Champion Chemistry 3; Class
Vice-President 2; Intramural Sports: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 3, 4; Bowling 4; Intramural Council 3; Inter-Club Council 3;
Gleaner 3 ; CORNUCOPIA SPORTS EDITOR.
"/ can't go tonight no, no, no" .... Wait for me ... . Sal's helper ....
Wants to be Dr. Johns .... "Hoib."
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J. PHILIP JOHNSON
Agronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Club 1, 2, 3; Animal Husbandry
Club 1; Inter-Club Council 4; A-Day Committee 3, 4; Intramural Sports:
Vet .... Good Personality .... Can always be seen with Herb ....
Dedicated Agronomy man .... How's the crop garden, Phil? .... Seen
going to the Philadelphia Flower Market.
ROBERT H. JOHNSON
Wyckoff, New Jersey
Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Dairy Cattle Judging Team 3, 4; A-Day 1, 2;
Varsity Sports: Football 1; Intramural Sports: Bowling 3, 4; Football 3, 4.
"Say, how are you?" .... Often seen pumping gas .... Likes Little Charley
and Frontiertown .... Won any races lately?
ERNEST R. JORDAN
West Chester, Pennsylvania
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club Program
Chairman 4; Student Council 1, 2; Intramural Sports: Basketball 2, 3;
Volleyball 2, 3.
Vet from the Air Force .... Married .... Likes dogs and horses ....
Drives a sharp blue triumph.
Merchantville, New Jersey
Horticultural Club 1; Horticultural Judging Team 3; Photography Club 1.
"Plentum good" .... A barber .... "Don't throw that out" .... A Vet
.... Studies hard .... A sleeper.
EDWARD RITTER KENNEDY
Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec't-Treas. 4; Vice-President 3; Varsity Sports
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 3; Captain 4; Intramural Sports: Basketbal
1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4
Dairy Husbandry Judging team 3, 4; Student Government 2, 3; Vice
President 4; A-Day 1, 2; Vice-President Class 4; Inter-Club Council 3
Intra-Mural Council 4.
Remember the mud fight? .... "Walt, Wake up"
.... Uncle Ed ... . Our student store keeper.
Food Industry Club 3, 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Table Tennis Team 3, 4.
"Forget it" .... A commuter .... Drexel transfer .... Bandleader . . . .
Photographer on F. I. trips.
JOHN DAVID KURTZIG
Kew Gardens, New York
Dairy Society 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; A-Day 3, 4; Cornucopia.
"What's mine is mine, and what's yours is negotiable" .... Likes horse-
back riding .... ice skating .... skiing .... Cornell transfer . . . .
Going home, John? . . . How's Mike and John and Ben?
DANIEL LEO LEATY
Williamson, New York
Horticulture Club 2, 3, 4; A-Day Committee 2, 3; Varsity Sports: Football
2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Basketball Manager 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Ross
Triol Memorial Award 4.
"Speedy , Leo the Lion" .... Tappa Kegga Daye .... Found any nice
hats lately? .... Let's go to Florida .... The proctor .... "Hey, get out
of the halls."
DAVID ELLIOT LUSTIG
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Contemporary
Club 1, 2; A-Day Committee 3; Intramural Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 2, 3, 4.
Married and has a son .... Intellectual type . .
.... Library— A home away from home.
One of our Vets . .
man .... Studious
ALBERT A. MAHOLICK
Was our arctic explorer for a while .... Married
. . An intellectual .... Bearded philosopher.
GAETANO JAMES MATRO
Hammonton, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Club 2; Furrow 2, 3, 4; Gleaner
2, 3, 4; Student Government 3.
How about that phone call at 2:30 A.M.? .... "Alright guys, I'm going,
I'll meet you there later" ...."/ can't go, I have too much work to do."
Westfield, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Intramural Sports:
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Sports car fan .... Barkeep .... Likes to enjoy himself .... Never
found on the weekend .... Ambitions-. To make money, like everybody
else .... And to be a success.
PAUL P. McFARLAND
Ornamental Horticulture 1, 2, 3, 4; Ornamental Horticulture Vice-President
3; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
"That's a nice dump truck" .... Who's running the landscape business?
.... Always studying .... Don't drop that lawn mower.
NORWOOD M. AAcGUlGAN
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day Co-chairman 3; Chairman 4;
Varsity Sports: Football 1, 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Judging Team 4; Intra-
mural Sports: Basketball 2, 3, 4.
Married and has a son ... . Dorm counselor .... "Where's Willie" ....
Sergeant at arms .... Vet .... Likes dogs and horses.
JAMES C. McNALLY
AAontvale, New Jersey
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ornamental Horticulture Club 1; Intramural
Sports: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4.
Always on the phone .... "TGIF" .... Week-end Warrior .... Every-
one knows he's around .... Ambition; to stay single longer than Paul.
JOHN CHARLES AAERTZ
Springfield, New Jersey
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1; Gleaner 1, 3, 4 Co-editor 3, 4; Intramural
Sports: Basketball 1, 3, 4; Football 1; Volleyball 4j Baseball 3, 4; Bowling
4; Science Society 2, 3, 4 President 1; A-Day Committee 2, 3, 4 Treasurer
3; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Secretary 4.
Judge Mertz . ... Is a classical music listener . .
.... Intentions of going to graduate school . . .
. Our literary Co-Editor
"Big, bad John."
JOSEPH S. MOROSKY
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Varsity Sports: Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Intramural Council 3; Varsity Club 3, 4.
look his F.L. at Summer's Point .... How's Simms .... Are you still
single? .... Vet .... Please keep the noise down .... "Where's Lou"
.... Our headwaiter .... "Can / have your attention, please?"
JOHN ARTHUR MURCH
Dairy Club 1; Agronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Class 3, 4.
"Paak the Cah" .... "Ron, are you going to class?"
Southern of the Class of '62 ... . Let's go home, John .
. . The Anne
DAVID A. OLMSTEAD
Demarest, New Jersey
Dairy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day 1; Intramural Sports: Football 2, 3, 4; Volley-
ball 3, 4 ; Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4.
"Yes, my son." .... Another Casey Jones .... "Where's Hillbilly?" . . . .
An original "Aggie Mummer" .... Banjo and guitar player.
RONALD JOHN THOMAS O'NEILL
Westwood, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dairy Society 1, 2; Ornamental Horticultural
Society 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Intramural Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3; A-Day
1, 2, 3, 4; Horticulture Grand Champion 2.
"Don't sweat it." .... IAPPA KEGA DAYE .... Rip Van Winkle ....
Haunter of Ed's.
FRANK D. PENROSE JR.
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1,2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Golf 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1; Intramural Sports; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4;
Basketball 2; A-Day Exhibit 2, 3, 4.
Another Lou Campi .... You'll always know Franks at a basketball game
.... The "Surveyor." .... A commuter.
WALTER JOSEPH PETERSON
Dumont, New Jersey
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2; Dance Com-
mittee 3, 4 ; Varsity Sports: Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural
Sports: Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Let's run fo New Hope Wally" .... A Hustler .... "H/f the road bum"
. . . . Is a party man .... "The Walrus" .... "Where's the Bear."
FRANK JOSEPH PI PARI
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Class fencer .... Loves OHIO .
Academy .... Transfer from Temple
Rides the "Streamliner" to the
Likes to read .... How's Chuck?
ROBERT BAIRD PITZSCHLER
Ornamental Horticulture Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Furrow 4;
CORNUCOPIA; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand Champion 1; A-Day Committee 4;
Dance Committee 1.
How are your F.D. quiz marks, Chad? .... "Where's Pitzschler?" ....
"Pity" .... Always seen walking to New Britain .... Earl Wilson of
D.V.C "Say, Ron." .... Conn, forever .... "Don't worry about it."
ARNOLD J. RADI
Somerville, New Jersey
Agronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1; Agronomy Club
Secretary 4; Varsity Sports: Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 3, 4, Co-Captain 4;
Intramural Sports Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1;
CORNUCOPIA; A-Day 2, 3, 4; Reserve Grand Champion in Agronomy
"Incredible" .... Want your buttons sewn on? See Am .... "AAah Hart"
.... Coming up on your right, Am .... Nothing about girls, right Am?
NEIL RICHARD RESNICK
Newark, New Jersey
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 1, 2; Intra-
mural Sports: Volleyball 2, 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2;
CORNUCOPIA; Extracurricular Award 2.
"Are you packed yet?" .... How's Route 22? ... . Get a comb, Smacks
.... Nightly trip to Ed's Diner .... The class Florist.
FRANK J. RETTE
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Bowling 2; Volleyball 3;
Animal Husbandry Club 1 ; A-Day exhibits 1,2,3.
Commuter . .
good music .
Has a hot Ford .... Likes hunting, and painting, and also
. Can be seen on the Philadelphia Flower journey with Phil.
New York, New York
Student Council 3, 4; Treasurer 4; CORNUCOPIA; Food Industry Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
"Dr. Jimmy" .... Studious .... Likes the southern climate .... Likes
sports .... Rides the "Boutinmobile."
STEPHEN EDWIN RUDOLPH
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball
2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Tennis 3, 4; A-Day exhibits 1,2,3, 4.
"Don't sweat it" .... Another Poncho Gonzales .... Can be found in any
room .... Has "nice" legs .... What's wrong with the Phillies?
IRA JON SALOMON
Jersey City, New Jersey
Band 1, 2; Dairy Club 1, 2; Animal Husbandry Club 3, 4; Intramural
Sports: Table Tennis 1, 2; Volleyball 2; Bowling 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4;
Animal Husbandry Judging Team 4; Award for highest Beef.
"Wee Ha" .... "Believe It!" .... Another Bart Maverick .... Likes
animals .... Get a new top for your convertible, Ike .... What was in
that pitcher at the Central Plaza.
SALVATORE LOUIS SANTANGELO
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Varsity Sports: Football
Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Manager 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secre-
tary 3; President 4; C.B.J.C. of C. Loyalty Award 4; Dance Committee
1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day Representative for Hort. and Varsity Club 1, 2; Co-chair-
man of A-Day Committee 3; Assistant Chairman of A-Day Committee
4; Furrow 4; Student Council Award for Co-operation in activities 2.
Real go-getter .... Little Ned .
.... A small pile of energy.
Can be seen with a water bucket
WILLIAM ROBERT SERWELL
Somerville, New Jersey
Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports: Volleyball 3, 4; A-Day 1, 2.
"I'm building" .... Always busy .... A capable car man .... Hillbilly
fan .... A founding mummer .... Cowpoker .... Wants to manage a
HARRY H. SHARPE
Agronomy Club 3, 4; A-Day 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Gleaner 3.
Transfer student .... Married .... was a bartender .... "Where's
Zim" .... Easy to get along with .... Did not care for Bermuda.
THOMAS E. SNYDER,
Bordentown, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Basketball 1; Intramural Sports:
Bowling 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Football 1, 3, A- Volleyball
"Hi, there!" .... Can be seen leaving parking lot on Fridays .... One
of the Lauderdale Boys .... JAPPA KEGGA DAYE . ... Is a sleeper ....
"Anybody leaving for California?"
ALOYSIUS A. STEIERT
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Football 2, 3, 4; Tennis
3, 4; Intramural Sports: 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Judging Team 4.
"Good Morning Glory!" .... Horsemanship is his line .... Number three
tennis man .... Often on the phone .... Good sportsman.
EDWARD MICHAEL STEIN
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania
Science Society 2, 3, 4; Gleaner 3; Intramural Sports: Football 4; Basket-
ball 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Football 1 ;
Basketball 1 , 2 ; Baseball 1 , 2; Golf 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
Versatile, Varsity Ed .
Always on the phone
Marv's buddy . . .
One of Mort's boys
Aggie announcer . . . .
. . . Drives a wild Chevy.
RICHARD WILLIAM STRIMEL
Bound Brook, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer 4; A-Day 1, 2,
3, 4; First Prize and Reserve Champion Beef 3; Band 1, 2; Intramural
Sports: Volleyball 2, 3; CORNUCOPIA.
The class cartoonist .... Always has something to say .... Helps support
Ed's .... Hof Rod fan .... Always designing a new house .... A hard
RICHARD DERWOOD SWACKHAMER
Haddon Heights, New Jersey
Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Intramural Sports: Basketball
1, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Varsity Sports:
Basketball 1, 2; Poultry Club 1; Gleaner 3, 4; A-Day Committee 3; Intra-
mural Council 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Dance Committee 1, 2, -3, 4;
"Have a Heart" .... Always well dressed .... Likes Italian food ....
Can be found at Long Beach Island .... The other co-editor .... Tappa
DENNIS P. TREXLER
Center Valley, Pennsylvania
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Varsity
Sports: Basketball 1; Intramural Sports: Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball
2, 3; Intramural Representative 3, 4; Animal Husbandry 1; A-Day exhibit
Our money man .... Very personable .... When's the wedding? ....
Interested in leathercraft .... Wants to own a farm .... It's haying
time, J rex.
JOHN RICHARD ULSHOEFER
Millburn, New Jersey
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec't-Treasurer 3; Corresponding Secretary
4; Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1 ;
A-Day Committee 3, 4; Inter-Club Council 4.
Campus Robin Hood .... "Where's Charlie" .... Remember the postlude
to the smorgasbord .... Can be seen behind a camera.
RONALD JOSEPH WALKER
Dumont, New Jersey
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cornucopia; Band 1; Glee Club
1; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
Pontiac will never die .... Remember the Kazoo? .... The prophet of
D.H.S Want to play miniature golf with Bob and Joe?
WILLIAM LINCOLN WILSON
Ornamental Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Sports: Football 1, 2;
Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Track Co-Captain 4; Tennis Captain 3, 4; Varsity
Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4; Intramural Sports: Football 3, 4.
Perry Mason . ... The SUPERVISOR .... "Let's stop at Ed's" .... How
about the 4 in Floral Design? .... "Who's going to F.L.?"
CHARLES ROBERT WIRA
Fords, New Jersey
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; President 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-
President 4; Librarian 3; Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Vice-President 3;
Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3; Animal Husbandry Inter-Collegiate Judging
Team 3, 4; A-Day Committee 2, 3, 4; A-Day Exhibits 1, 2; Inter-Club
Council 4; Band 1, 2 ; CORNUCOPIA PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR.
Studious .... Real hustler .... "Gef that cat out of my fishtank" ....
Likeable guy . ... If there's a camera, there's Charlie.
RONALD A. ZIMMER
Newfoundland, New Jersey
Band Drummer Major 1; Ornamental Horticulture Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day
1, 2, 3, 4; Grand Champion Art 2, 3; Intramural Sports: Volleyball 2, 3;
Football 1, 2; Bowling 2.
Married .... Has a sharp sports car .... Always started classes in
October .... Apiarist .... Mr. Schmeider's pal .... Did not care for
L-R: Dennis Trexler, Treasurer; Edward Kennedy, Vi'ce-Presi'denf; John Murch, Secretary; Kirk Brown, President.
Class of 1962
Peter Glick, Jr.
DR. JULIAN PRUNDEANU,
Associate Professor of Agronomy.
DR. GEORGE E. TURNER,
Professor of Food Industry.
LIONEL M. ADELSON
Associate Professor of Biology
MR. NED A. LINTA,
Assistant Professor of
MR. ARTHUR BROWN,
Associate Professor of
MR. STEPHEN FERDO,
Assistant Professor of
DR. JESSE ELSON,
Professor of Chemistry.
DR. TIBOR PELLE,
Professor of Animal
MR. JOSHUA FELDSTEIN,
MR. FREDERIC S. BLAU,
Professor of Landscape
L-R: Mr. David B. Walker, Dr. Jonas W. Bucher, Mr. Clarence B. Steinberg.
L-R-. Mr. Reginald D. Forbes \ Arthur T. Reese.
L-R: Dr. Frank J. Lorenzi, Dr. Jesse Elson, Mr. Ronald C. Deering.
Sitting, L-R: Dr. Paul R. Bowen, Mr. Henry Schmieder.
Standing, L-R: Mr. Lionel M. Adelson, Mr. Gilbert S. Trelawny.
L-R: Mr. Henry F. Geerken,
Dr. George E. Turner,
Mr. Byron W. Fraser.
L-R: Mr. Boyd W. Ghering,
Dr. Julian Prundeanu.
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L-R: Mr. John W. Taylor,
Mr. James H. Popham.
Mr. Francis P. Jennings,
Mr. Peter Glick Jr.
L-R: Mr. Arthur Brown, Mr. Chester M. Raught.
L-R: Mr. James E. Diamond, Dr. Tibor Pelle.
L-R: Dr. David Blumenfield, Mr. Joshua Feldstein, Mr. Fred M. Wolford.
L-R: Mr. James E. Youngsman, Mr. Frederic S. Blau, Mr. Abraham Rellis.
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(At Right) L-R: (Sitting) Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Gil-
mour, Mrs. Lindsay. (Standing) Mrs. Raught,
(At Left) L-R: (Sitting) Mrs. Blood, Mrs.
Coltman (Head Librarian). (Standing) Mrs.
Feng, Mrs. Denney, Mr. Blood, Mrs. Suplee.
(At Left) L-R: Mr. Angeny, Mr.
Thomas, Mrs. Melcher, Mrs. Brucker.
Mrs. E. Rodgers
Mrs. E. Potts
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F/rsf Row, L-R-. D. Brown, J. Graeff, J. Bauer, W. Hopkins, R. Topeka, R. Parsons, J. Schorr, G. Caprio, W. Patchell, R. Guliana, S
How, S. Colburn, P. Hoffman, H. Nightwine, J. Williams, J. Umosella.
Second Row, L-R: T. Day, B. Nickell, W. Conrad, D. Fleming, B. Gigliotti, R. Uribe, N. Hedrick, D. McCabe, H. Roberts, L. Furmar
J. Wolf, B. Gebhardt, W. Shannon, R. Stein, B. Crawford, C. Meyers, M. Rubba, M. Gilman.
Third Row, L-R: G. Skoda, D. Bowker, S. Haviland, R. Hillman, J. Fee, R. Sabol, P. Driscoll, R. Horsman, R. Coates, G. Perry, A/
Heflich, B. Miller, P. Thompson, K. Peterson, D. Haldaman, R. VanderVliet, W. Alpaugh, F. Salazar, A. Sauer.
Fourth Row, L-R: W. Holznagel, R. West, S. White, A. Prophet, D. Emery, E. Guardenier, D. Spaulding, M. Shuke, C. Siebert, 1
Scheetz, R. Benson, J. Shafer, R. McLucas, P. Blodgett, J. Tomasini, H. Hazen, P. Ashton, E. Silverman, P. Caldwell, K. Roino:
Roger West, Secretary; Thomas Day, Treas-
urer; Brian Gebhardt, Vice-President; Mr.
Linta, Class Advisor; Peter Hoffman, Presi-
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frsf Row, L-R: C. Bernd, J. Hower, B. Feidmar, R. Kucharski, P. Bard, J. Bayliss, W. Lahr, L. Forbes, A. Karmondi Jr., V. Brown, M.
Goldin, A. DiGiantomasso, T. Sexton Jr., W. Bauerle Jr., R. Wagner, J. Jennings, T. Slimocosky, R. Leloup E. Dry Jr., D. Mullen,
econd Row, L-R: A. Silverberg, R. Sherker, T. Merker, L. Rotherham, P. Ryan, G. Simmons, T. Lesher, J. Regrut, G. MacDonald,
R. Larsen, R. Knudson, R. Ingram, R. Thompson, E. Howett, W. Goll, R. Brinton, Jr., C. Fisher.
hird Row, L-R: J. Dowhan, F. Blank Jr., D. Billings, W. Edmondson, J. Hendzel, L. Hicks Jr., N. Hadsell, T. Napier, AA. Silverberg,
E. Taggart, H. Griffith, T. King, F. Doughty, J. Cline, J. Russo, K. Bayles.
ourth Row, L-R: C. Tietbohl, D. Goss Jr., R. Harlan, D. Holland, D. Hunter, R. Phillips, T. Oswald, J. Gall, A. Perri, J. Weatherbee,
G. Barrick, D. Watters, P. Jacobsen, C. Craig, R. Love.
ifth Row, L-R: R. Hoffner, AA. Rigolizzo, A. Eopechino, T. Vitale, C. Schuck, D. Glick, R. Cedrun, J. Stabley Jr., T. Lewandoski,
E. Bowman, A. Berry, A. Schurr, R. Pras, J. Kenna.
'■ixth Row, L-R: L. Hahn, R. Keglovits, D. Boyd, D. Heebner, R. Wanderman, R. Heil, R. Supplee, J. Curtis Jr., L. Conner, E. Hamm,
J. Krenitsky, R. Hilsen, R. Frommer, J. Serotkin, E. Prigge.
■eventh Row, L-R: L. Thompson, R. Somerville, F. Grau, R. Carroll, J. Petrosky Jr., V. Nicholson, S. Eby, J. Corbett, J. AAorrow,
A. Noble Jr., R. Wimmer, R. Steepy, R. Hoppaugh, E. Davis, C. Hofmann, R. Cupples Jr.
L-R: Darvin Boyd, President; Anthony Di-
Giantomasso, Vice-President; Edward Tag-
gart, Secretary; Thomas Oswald, Treasurer.
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F/'rsf Row, L-R: E. Lindemann, C. Shrawder, L. Coppens, W. Smith, A. Amorin, J. Morelock, P. Gerity, G. White.
Second Row, L-R: A. Andrews, J. Albrecht, R. Wira, G. Compton, A. Schiro, J. Beitz, V. Nexon, D. Abb, R. Stein, V. Zaccheo,
M. Wilson, B. Gambino, T. Clark, W. Derby, D. Rhodes, M. Riska, D. Tieff, F. Albert.
Third Row, L-R: J. Hoagland, M. Wallrapp, R. Lowry, I. Howard, F. Szy, A. Spinelli, T. Curry, N. AAolea, B. McClintock, M. Polis,
R. Csepi, G. Deeming, W. Croushore, F. Hotchkiss, W. AAulrein, J. Rogers, P. Kessler, G. Schaefer.
Fourth Row, L-R: H. Chidsey, P. Berger, R. Denlinger, M. Parkes, W. McNaughton, S. Klein, J. Harteis, R. Taylor, M. Horner,
R. Glaser, D. Gural, AA. Campion, R. Sauer, R. Chickillo, D. Cantliffe, E. Dobbin, J. Murphy, R. Gommel, W. Shechter.
Fifth Row, L-R: R. Knestrick, R. Snyder, M. Skudin, B. Schleeweis, F. O'Sullivan, R. Bergner, T. McAAillen, D. Myroniuk, AA.
AAuldowney, G. Tiefenthaler, R. Smith, R. Nash, H. Kelty, T. Kavanagh, R. Hunt, J. Harrison, L. Fichter, W. Stock, W. Beckwith,
Sixth Row, L-R: L. Hist, R. Dalrymple, C. Roth, P. Kutawski, G. AAarino, C. Ritchey, J. Magnus, J. Hancock, S. Brooks, E. Woods,
J. Dunn, A. Dudas, E. Pearson, D. Kinney, A. Zonay, W. Barrett, C. Shelly, E. Nonnemacher.
Seventh Row, L-R: J. Harner, H. Witmer, W. Kronen, N. Vincent, W. Traviss, B. Schafer, E. Brown, R. Scott, R. Baughn, R.
Haggan, M. Olinsky, R. Japchen, R. Donald, B. Howells, R. Sills, R. Price, D. Makus, R. Terry.
L-R: William Smith, Secretary; Duane Rhodes,
Treasurer; Charles Roth, Vice-President;
James Harteis, President.
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F/'rsf Row, Seared: Duane B. Rhodes, James P. Harner, James L. Harteis, Raymond J. Cespi, Dennis S. Gural, William C. Mulrein,
Richard A. Chickillo, Richard E. Haggen.
Second Row: Manager John Jennings (Kneeling), Peter G. Blodgett, Harold W. Nightwine, H. Wheeler Aman, Captain Roberl
J. Frantz, Daniel L. Leaty, Ronald L. Stein, Brodie H. Crawford.
Third Row. Head Coach Robert D. Chiodi, Student Trainer Martin Gilman, Albert R. Noble, Terry R. Scheetz, Thomas Vitale,
Thomas V. Moore, Louis W. Hahn, Richard J. Keglovits, Donald Goss, Robert J. Ingram, Earl R. Howett Jr., Darryl C. McCabe,
Manager Thomas J. Oswald, Backfield Coach Joseph E. Fulcoly Jr., Line Coach Stephen Ferdo.
Top Row.- Charles J. Roth, Jerome S. Gall, Thomas E. Kavanagh, Robert A. Hunt, Robert M. Love, Edward W. Taggart, Richard
M. Baughn, Warren Goll, Anthony R. Perri, William J. Derby, Stuart J. Brink, Peter Zanette.
TEAM CAPTAIN ROBERT J. FRANTZ
with mascot, Caesar I.
The "Aggies" were well coached in their
fundamental techniques by Steve Ferdo, line
coach, Robert Chiodi, head coach, and Joseph
Fulcoly, Jr., backfield coach.
R: Mr. Linta, Terry Scheetz (Outstanding Lineman Award), Dan Leaty
(Ross Triol Memorial Award), Coach Chiodi, Sal Santangelo (Loyalty
Award), and Bob Frantz (Outstanding Back Award and The President's
Santangelo (left), Winner of Loyalty Award, shakes hands
h Dan Leaty, who has just received the Ross Triol Memorial
Crisp blocking breaks
the runner loose for an-
other sizeable gain.
Interested spectators of the foot-
ball team's practice are Dean
Meyer, William Wilson, Phil
Chapman and "Mac" McGuigan
with Ronnie Stein taking a
Delaware Valley compiled an impressive 6-2 log for the 1961 football season.
Congratulations to the team for a job well done.
Senior end Wheeler Aman looks for a short "button
hook" pass from his quarterback.
Keeping the idea of practice makes perfect, the "Aggies" participate in a mid-week scrimmage
to get ready for the "big one" on Saturday.
AGGIES 27 GALLAUDET 6
About 4,000 spectators turned out
for the Gallaudet-Delaware Valley
football game on Alumni Field. The
Aggies scored all 27 points in the
In the first quarter Bobby (Carrot-
top) Frantz took the ball over from
the two yard line. This score capped
a 57 yard drive. On the return kick-
off Harold Nightwine recovered Gal-
laudet's fumble on the 27 yard line.
Minutes later, Frantz threw a 12 yard
touchdown pass. To finish the quar-
ter Frantz scored again from the two.
Just before the half ended Tommy
Moore threw a 53 yard pass to Jerry
Gall for another 6 points. Out of four
attempts Hal Nightwine made 3 con-
Enjoying the practice session are the
anagers Sal Santangelo, John Jennings, Martin Gilman, and
Quarterback "Bob" Frantz sets himself up to hit his receiver
Dick Baughn, freshman fullback, drives hard for those
extra few yards.
Harold Nightwine puts his placement through the
Senior halfback "Tony" Steiert assumes the proper defensive
Talking things over in the huddle are Tony Steiert, Bob
Frantz, Dan Leaty, and Wheeler Aman, with coach Chiodi.
AGGIES 7-LYCOMING 6
The Aggies squeaked out a close one when they defeated
Lycoming College on a conversion by Hal Nightwine.
The Aggies' touchdown came in the closing minutes of the
second period when Jerry Gall took a pass from Tommy Moore
on the Lycoming 25 yard line and bombed the rest of the way
for the T. D. The play covered 63 yards.
Lycoming scored early in the third period when they recovered
a fumble on the Aggie 13 yard line. Minutes later they scored
from one yard out.
AGGIES 12-KUTZTOWN 6
The Aggies scored touchdowns in the first and last periods
to defeat Kutztown by a 12-6 margin on a rain-covered field.
The Aggies grabbed the lead after the opening kick-off and
marched 75 yards to a touchdown as Dan Leaty went over from
Kutztown then moved from their own 35 to the Aggies 14
yard line. One play later Kutztown scored. In the fourth period
D.V.C. took the ball on the Kutztown 49 and drove to the winning
An aggressive "Aggie" line stymies the opponents once again.
A 17-yard pass, from Tommy Moore to Jerry Gall, was the
clincher. An attempt for two points on a center plunge failed.
AGGIES 6-GROVE CITY
Senior Quarterback Bob Frantz led Delaware Valley to a 6-0
victory over Grove City. It was Frantz's arm that spelled the
difference in the hard fought game. He connected on 12 of 23
aerials, most of them to Jerome Gall.
Frantz tallied the lone touchdown in the third period on a
one-yard sneak, climaxing a 74-yard drive that came after the
second half kickoff.
In the fourth period, Grove City stopped Delaware Valley on
the one and then using straight power plays, drove to Delaware
Valley's 16. There the defense stiffened and Grove City lost the
ball on downs.
Senior fullback Dan Leaty demon-
strates the proper "stiff arm tech-
Kneeling, L-R: Carson Shrawder, Jim Murphy, Ronald Cole, Arnold Radi (Co-Captains), Lou Coppens.
Standing, L-R: Fred Furlong, Ed Nonnemacher (Managers), Bill Patchell, Ed Woods, Bob Gommel, Conrad Fisher, Mr. Ned
They're off at the gun.
Arnie Radi (3) and "Cozy" Cole on their second time around.
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Co-Captains Arnold Radi (3) and Ronald Cole getting loose before
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J 96 J- J 962 Varsity Basketball Team—L-R: Head Coach Robert B. Finn, student manager Robert Frommer, David L. Heebner,
Richard Scott, Walter J. Peterson, Joseph J. Morosky, Kenneth H. Roinos, Richard E. Haggan, Richard AA. Baughn, David T.
Ruff, student manager Daniel L. Leaty, and assistant coach Henry F. Geerken, Co-Captains Louis A. Furman and H. Wheeler
Aman kneeling in center.
Front Row, L-R: S. Wilk, T. Sexton, R. Scott, Coach Mr. Geerken, R. Wagner, F. O'Sullivan, T. Kavanagh.
Second Row, L-R: J. Gehringer, D. Makus, W. Traviss, G. Tiefenthaler, C. Hoffman, D. Barrett (student
Head-Coach Robert B. Finn and J. V. Coach Henry Ceerken map out the strategy for the next game.
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1961-62
Phila. College of Bible.
Glassboro State College.
Kutztown State College.
Eastern Baptist College.
Pa. Military College.
Seton Hall of Paterson, N. J.
Kutztown State College.
Rutgers of S. J.
Newark State College.
Phila. College of Bible.
Rutgers of S. J.
Phila College of Pharmacy and
Seton Hall of Paterson, N. J.
Jersey City State College.
Phila. College of Pharmacy and
Eastern Baptist College.
1961-62 Team Co-Captains
Lou Furman (left) and Wheeler Aman.
Aggies in Action
(Left) Play-maker Bob Frantz, pulls down rebound. (Right) Veteran Lou Furman
goes up for a lay-up.
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Team high scorer Ray Thompson dr
Bottom Row, L-R: G. Caprio, R. Guliana, R. Topeka, W. Hunte, E. Kennedy, P. Hoffman, G. Perry, D. Ruff.
Top Row, L-R: R. Hilyard (student manager), K. Bayles, W. Mette, J. Blunkowsky, R. Hoffner, F. Bernotas, D. Goss, M. Silverberg,
E. Howett, coach R. Chiodi.
April 4 Lincoln University.*
April 7 Eastern Baptist College.
April 1 1 Rutgers of S. J.*
April 14 Kutztown State College.
April 25 Eastern Baptist College.*
April 27 Phila. College of Pharmacy and Science.
April 30 Phila. College of Pharmacy and Science.
May 8 Phila. College of Bible.
May 10 Lincoln University.
May 12 Glassboro State College.*
May 15 Rutgers of S. J.
*Denotes home games.
Wayne Hunte scans the skies for a white missile.
Dave Ruff and Gee Caprio execute a double play.
Bottom Row, L-R: L. Marshall, T. Oswald, D. Holland, C. Fisher, W. Hopkins, N. Hadsell, A. Berry, L. Hicks Jr., R. Pras.
Second Row, L-R: Coach Joseph Fulcoly, R. Carroll, W. Mertens, AA. Heflich, A. Radi, C. Bayha, J. VanVorst, J. Holm, W. Wilson,
Third Row, L-R: S. How (student manager), D. Hunter, R. Sabol, J. Curtis, R. Heil, K. Roinos, C. Hofmann, R. Frommer, B.
A. Hanser, R. Cole, D. AAcCabe, D. Heebner, Coach Ned Linta.
Johnson, D. Brown, C. Meyers, H. Nightwine, F. Furlong, (student manager).
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Our 1961 track team put Delaware Valley College on
the lips of every track and field coach in the area. The Aggies
piled up 5 wins in a row as underdogs, in the latter part
of the season to boast a 5-3 record.
Coach Ned Linta is looking for an even better record this
year. He will be depending on seniors Al Hanser in the
broad jump; Ron Cole and Arnie Radi in the distances and
co-captain William Wilson in the low hurdles and 100 yard
and 220 yard dashes, to do a large portion of the chore.
Great things are expected from Darryl McCabe, Dick Carroll,
Max Heflich, Dennis Hunter and Robert Pras.
Distance runners Arnold Radi and Ronald Cole practice a start.
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ad jumper Al Hanser in action.
Bill Wilson in his specialty, the low hurdles.
The boys watch as coach Linfa tapes Willie together.
Kneeling, L-R: H. Johns, J. Bulette, E. Stein, G. Caldaro, F. Penrose.
Standing, L-R: R. Carroll, R. Striba, R. Garnett, R. Thompson, L. Furman.
5'/2 Rutgers S. J.
30 Rutgers and Juniata.
9 Drexel Institute.
1 1 Cheyney.
The Delaware Valley College Golf team enjoyed an un-
defeated season in its inaugural year; under-stroking teams
such as Glassboro State, who had not lost a match in three
seasons of play. This year we can look for and expect
another successful season under the able guidance of Coach
Wally Paul. Great expectations are expected from Senior
co-captains Glenn Caldaro and Herb Johns with help from
seniors Frank Penrose, John Bulette, and Ed Stein.
Team's Seniors (L-R) F. Penrose, E. Stein, J. Bulette, G. Caldaro, H. Johns and R. Sensenich, last year's senior captaii
1962 Co-Captains: Glenn Caldaro smashes drive as Herb Johns looks on.
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The AGGIE matmen ready themselves for their first scrimmage with Albright.
From 1958 to 1962 we, the
class of '62, had seen four new
varsity sports inaugurated, track,
tennis, cross-country and golf.
Now a fifth has been added,
wrestling. Although the team is
composed wholly of freshman
and sophomores, it shows great
potential. Coach John Maskus is
looking forward to a bright fu-
ture; so are we.
Students show keen interest as match progresses.
Get 'em, Don!
Whoops . .
Bottom Row, L-R: T. Steepy, S. Rudolph, K. S. Jagannath, W. Wilson, A. Steiert, W. Aman.
Top Row, L-R: P. Bard, W. Mayer, Mr. Brown, J. Hower, J. Jennings.
In 1961 the AGGIES' tennis team, in its inaugural year, won
only one of its seven matches. However, individually, the
team instilled terror into rivals by displaying courage, skill,
endurance and a "never say die" attitude. This year we are
all looking for a more experienced team with the same innate
qualities of last year. Mr. Brown, with the assistance of his
four seniors: Steve Rudolph, Tony Steiert, Wheeler Aman
and Bill Wilson, is looking for a better than average season.
Pa. Military College.
Rutgers of S. J.
Kutztown State College.
Glassboro State College.
Cheyney State College.
Rutgers of S. J.
Steve Rudolph (left) and Wheeler Aman can show you how teamwork in a doubles match helps win points.
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Tony Steiert displaying his form.
"Willy" Wilson gets away a difficult backhande
Action, excitement, tenseness and good solid
fun can be always witnessed at our intramural
contests. Football, Basketball, Bowling, Volleyball,
Softball, and many individual sports provide stu-
dents with more than adequate chance for ex-
ercise. Thanks to Mr. Linta and an active intra-
mural council our intramural program has grown
into some+hing to be proud of. We the Class of
62 have witnessed, helped initiate and are proud
to be a part of this growth.
Ed Kennedy (left) President of the Dairy Society accepts the Supremacy Award
from Student Council President Kirk Brown.
(Bottom) Horticulture won top honors in Volleyball.
Bottom Row (L-R) Ron Hunte, Ron O'Neill, Dick Swackhamer.
Top Row (L-R) Clyde Hunte, Tom Snyder, and Dick Carrol.
Food Industry are Football Champs of '62
Bottom Row (L-R) Tom Day, Steve Colbourn and Jim Russo.
Top Row (L-R) Jim Rothchild, and Ned Gardinier.
The hard hitting and fast pitching Hort. boys are our Softball champs.
Bottom Row, L-R: Ron Hunte, Ron O'Neill, Bob Frantz, and Dick Swackhamer.
Second Row, L-R: Don Baker, Clyde Hunte, Don Claycomb and Bob Wagner.
Top Row, L-R: Dan Leaty, Dave Andreassen, and Tom Snyder.
(Left) John Hendzel D.V.C.'s Archery
champ, draws a bead on his target.
(Right) Dennis Glick plays a mean game
of Badminton and he proved it by
winning his trophy.
Bowling honors were shared by Dairy, Food Industry, and Orn. Hort. in 1961.
Bottom Row, L-R: M. Muldowny, D. Goldstein, T. Day and J. Russo.
Second Row, L-R: B. Miller, K. Peterson, and D. Emery.
Top Row, L-R: R. Wimmer, and R. Steepy.
(Left) K. S. Jagannath, a phenomenal
"racketeer," is our aerial tennis champ.
(Right) Dick Carroll, intramural golf
champ displays pitching form.
Row 1, L-R: Wayne Hetzell, Herb Johns, Donald Claycomb, Salvatore Santangelo.
Row 2, L-R: John Adams, Richard Wells, Robert Sabol, Gordon Schaefer.
Row 3, L-R: Norwood McGuigan, Fred Furlong, John Ulshoefer, August Sauer.
Row 4, L-R: John Mertz, Charles Wira, Peter Blodgett, Philip Johnson.
/ L-R: Peter Blodgett, Norwood McGui-
gan, Salvatore Santangelo, Robert
Imagine! A family of ten.
Seniors, L-R: Don Haven,
John Adams, Dave Olm-
stead, Ed Kennedy judg-
ing dairy cattle.
Proud AGGIES show their yearlings.
Grand and Reserve Grand Cham-
"Skeets" Chapman demon-
strates sheep shearing.
A semi-formal garden area.
A Blue ribbon exhibit.
Sheep fitting contest with Hampshire Ewes.
'Use the udder side."
"Will you unite us, please.'
What's he going to do with those clippers.
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Row 7, L-R: Fred Blank,
Wayne Hetzell, Alex
Row 2, L-R: Thomas Mc-
AAillen, Richard Glaser,
Richard Wells, Fred
Row 3, L-R: Raymond
Cupples, Roland Berg-
ner, John Magnus,
Wayne Hetzell, President (Right)
James Fee, Sec.-Treas.
Sitting, L-R: R. Stein, J. Hower, W.
Patched, Mr. D. Walker, D. Brown,
H. Nightwine, J. Schorr.
Standing, L-R: J. Wolf, N. Gabriel,
H. Bunin, J. Blunkosky, C. Wira,
J. Ulshoefer, K. Peterson, B. Miller,
Sitting, L-R: J
lower, W. Patchell,
iwn, H. Nightwine.
Ulshoefer, J. Wolf.
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Row ?, L-R: Salvatore Santangelo, James Hower, Gerald White, Mr. McGurk, advisor; Jack
Williams, Baron Feldmar, Martin Gilmann.
Row 2, L-R: Ronald Cole, Harold Nightwine, Jerome Schorr, David Goldstein, James Russo,
Gordon Shaefer, Richard Harlan.
Row 3, L-R: John Jennings, Nicholas Molea, Ronald Smith, David Spaulding, James Fee, Steve
Row 4, L-R: Leon Thompson, Charles Schuck, Joseph Weatherbee, Richard Wanderman, Robert
Pras, William Barrett.
L-R: James Hower, Co-Editor; Harold
Nightwine, Editor; Jack Williams, Co-
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Kneeling, L-R: C. Sachs, B. Feldmar, D. Goldstein, R. Cole, J. Schorr, W. Shannon, J. Russo, A. Schurr, R. Wells,
Standing, L-R: J. Mertz, R. Swackhamer, M. Rigolizzo, R. Pras, D. Cafa.o, J. Williams, H. Nightwine, L. Thompson,
M. Gilman, D. Spaulding, R. Harlan, A. Goldfarb, S. Klein, F. Grau.
L.R: John Mertz, Martin Gilman, Carl
Sachs, Leon Thompson, Alan Gold-
farb, Jerome Schorr.
one hundred three
Row 1, L-R: A. Karmondi, T. Merker, P. Ryan, J. White, J. Bayliss, D. Claycomb, Dean Meyer.
Row 2, L-R: M. Parks, H. Roberts, T. Curry, F. Hotchkiss, N. Hadsell, F. Szy, F. Blank.
Row 3, L-R: C. Schuck, D. Myroniuk, J. Fee, P. Jacobsen, R. Hoffner, J. Harteis, D. Spaulding.
Row 4, L-R-. R. Price, R. Somerville, W. Kronen, W. Traviss, A. Zonay, A. Eopechino, C. Wira.
L-R: Alex Karmondi, Charles Wira, Donald
Claycomb, Dean Meyer.
one hundred four
Sitting, L-R: J. Adams, C.
Wira, S. Santangelo, P.
Johnson, B. Gebhardt, H.
Standing, L-R: D. Brown, G.
Perry Jr., AA. Gilman, J.
Ulshoefer, D. Claycomb,
W. Hetzell, A. Eopechino.
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First Row, L-R: R. Swackham-
er, R. Frantz, Mr. Linta, E.
Second Row, L-R: R. Cole, R.
Stein, R. Pras, F. Furlong,
D. Spaulding, B. Gebhardt.
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Sitting, L-R: Richard Wira, Ronald Smith, John Ulshoefer, John Bayliss, Gordon Schaefer, Charles Wira.
Standing, L-R: Hart Chidsey, Alan Berry, Paul Kirsch.
Sitting, L-R: Mr. B. Fraser, John Ulshoefer.
Standing, L-R: Ronald Smith, John Bayliss.
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Sitting, L-R: E. Kennedy, J. Rothschild, K. Brown, W. Patchell, J. AAertz, P. Hoffman.
Standing, L-R: T. King, R. Keglovitz, D. Boyd, Mr. Fulcoly, T. Scheetz, D. DiGiantomasso, D. Brown.
L-R: Kirk Brown, James Rothschild, William Patchell, John Mertz.
one hundred seven
Row 1, L-R: S. Santangelo, R. Cole, H. Johns, Mr. Linta, R. Frantz, R. Topeka, G.
Row 2, L-R: A. Radi, L. Hicks, L. Furman, E. Kennedy, R. Guliana, P. Hoffman,
T. Oswald, D. McCabe, A. Hanser.
Row 3, L-R: G. Perry Jr., W. Wilson, G. Caldaro, M. Heflich, D. Ruff, J. Barnett,
B. Crawford, R. Stein, D. Leaty, J. Gall.
Row 4, L-R: T. Scheetz, N. McGuigan, J. Shafer, P. Blodgett, J. Blunkosky, R.
Carroll, R. Pras, D. Heebner, W. Aman, J. Morosky.
Sitting, L-R: W. Wilson, S. Santang-
elo, L. Furman. Standing, L-R: R.
Frantz, Mr. Linta.
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Row I, L-R: J. Bauer, W. Smith, W. Patchell, L. Hicks, D. Gural, F. Rette, D. AAcCabe, S. Rudolph, K. Brown, J. Regrut, F.
Gibble, L. Conner.
Row 2, L-R: K. Roinois, D. Haldaman, A. Radi, R. Morrow, J. McNally, H. Harris, H. Hazen, E. Pierson, R. West, Mr. Ghering, P.
Johnson, D. Spaulding, J. Murch, C. Ritchey, J. Dunn, R. McLucas, J. Ulshoefer, J. Magnus, D. Trexler.
L-R: Dave Spaulding, Philip Johnson, Arnold Radi, Kenneth Roinois, John Ulshoefer.
one hundred ten
Steve gives Kirk a few "points" on crop garden management.
John and Kirk demonstrate the ideal raking position
"Who says the C.C.C. doesn't exist any more?"
"Fellows, who pulled out the plug?"
one hundred eleven
Why exert ourselves for 1 uni'
So this is what Agronomy's all about!
(Top) Sleeping on the job.
(Right) Gotta get heat in the dorm
3 Chiefs and 1 Indian.
one hundred twelve
(Top) Hey, Mac, is that your car down there?
(Right) "But Doc, the wind
only blows them back again."
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Row 7, L-R: Dr. Pelle, J. Morelock, J. Albrecht, A. Schiro, R. Topeka, W. Hopkins, T. Sexton, G. Compton.
Row 2, L-R: R. Wira, A. Abrevaya, D. Mullen, P. Ryan, A. Steiert, T. Lesher, C. Tietbohl, G. Simmons, F. Blank Jr., N.
Hadsell, A. Silverberg, P. Hoffman, C. Haegele, T. Napier, R. Love, D. Abb, M. Gilman, W. Croushore, R. Taylor,
W. Stock, R. Dalrymple.
Row 3, L-R: C. Baker, R. Csepi, H. Bunin, K. Bayles, R. Stein, D. Brown, R. Coates, M. Heflich, R. Harlan, A. Sauer, R.
Hoffner, W. Shechter, D. Watters, G. Barrick, J. Weatherbee, R. Sabol, B. Schleeweis, D. Boyd, E. Prigge, A. Zonay
Jr., R. Strimel.
Row 4, L-R: J. Stabley Jr., I. Salomon, W. Gross, J. Tomasini, J. Shafer, C. Maxwell, N. McGuigan, H. Agnew, G. Marino,
W. Kronen, E. Dories, C. Wira, P. Chapman, R. Bergner, J. Serotkin, J. Kenna, A. Noble Jr., R. Sills, P. Caldwell,
Charles Wira, Dr. Tibor Pelle, Richard Strimel, Douglas Brown, August Sauer
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Animal Husbandry Judging Team, L-R: Charles Wira, Norwood McGuigan, Philo Chapman, Aloysius Steiert, Dr. Tibor Pelle, Walter Gross, Ira Salon
"Listen Meester!" This is the vay it's done.
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Hurry up and snap the picture; this "little boy" is heavy.
"Cut that out.'
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Some hard working An. Hus.
men and Al Maholick.
"But Doc, I'm not that sick
can't you just give me a pil
A contented family. one hundred seventeen
Row 7, L-R: R. Kucharski, C. Shrawder, P. Gerity, A. Andrews, D. Tieff, J. Regrut, T. Clark, A. Karmondi Jr., R. Johnson, E. Ken-
nedy, D. Olmstead, L. Rotherhar
ntjuy, u. ^imbiedu, l. rcuinerridrn.
Row 2, L-R: M. Horner, A. Morren, W. Curry, S. How, F. Hotchkiss, R. Uribe, H. Kelty, T. Sexton Jr., T. King, R. Denlinger, J.
Harteis, C. Fisher, J. Hoagland.
Row 3, L-R: D. Kinney, P. Blodgett, W. Serwell, A. Prophet, R. Heil, J. Berger, C. Knestrick, F. Blank Jr., J. Harrison, R. Sauer,
D. Ruff, J. Adams, S. Klein, J. Harner.
Row 4, L-R: A. Eopechino, S. Brooks, W. Beckwith, T. Scheetz, J. Gerstemeier, T. McMillen, R. Supplee, R. Wimmer, R. Steepy,
R. Happaugh, J. Morrow, R. Donald, P. Ashton, R. Cupples.
Terry Scheetz, Edward Kennedy, John Adams.
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No, John, it's not a duck!"
'It says here, 'Remove shoes before entering'."
one hundred nineteen
L-R: Joe Morosky, Treasurer, David Lustig, President, Dr. Turner, Faculty Advisor, Neil Gabriel, Vice-Presi
dent, Mr. Fraser, Faculty Advisor, and Baron Feldmar Secretary.
First Row. Baron Feldmar, James Hower, David Goldstein, Peter Bard, Richard Stein, Paul Kirsch, Steve Colburn, Michael
Parkes, Gordon Schaefer, Harold Nightwine, David Holland, Alan Silverberg, Frank Pipari, James Russo, and Michael
Second Row: James Rothschild, Arnold Schurr, Michael Skudin, Tom Day, Ronald Smith, Thomas Oswald, Jerome Gall, Mr.
Fraser, Dr. Turner, David Lustig, Neil Gabriel, Ned Guardenier, Richard Wanderman, Clair Bennett, Walter Peterson, and
one hundred twenty
Do you think we'll get partial credit if we just write
Some profs never get off your back!
Who in Sam Hill plugged up this
Fill 'er up.
Gee, I wish I could do that.
When Barney's away
the boys will play.
A little meditatk
one hundred twenty-two
A "bear" gets
Row 1, L-R: Mr. Feldstein, B. Gambino, S. Santangelo, W. Bauerle Jr., J. Williams, S. Campeyner, J. Bayliss, G. White, G. Matro,
Row 2, L-R: E, Dry, G. MacDonald, R. Larsen, R. Wagner, R. Knudson, R. Ingram, D. Billings, W. Fleming, G. Caprio, L. Furman.
Row 3, L-R: M. Rigolizzo, M. Ruba, J. Wolf, G. Perry Jr., R. Frantz, D. Leaty, A. Dudas, C. Siebert, F. Armbruster.
Row 4, L-R-. L. Middleton, R. Keglovits, J. Umosello, T. Lewandoski, D. Heebner, J. Petrosky, R. Benson, B. Nicholson, L. Fichter,
Row 5, L-R: T. Vitale, R. Carroll, M. Olinsky, J. Corbett, M. Hunte, R. Hunte, D. Baker, E. Silverman, D. Makus, R. Swackhamer,
L-R: Mr. Feldstein, Dr. Blumen-
field, Donald Claycomb, Joseph
Wolf, Salvatore Santangelo.
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Where the "Horts" meet.
Pomology fudging Zeam
"Ultimately, Doctor, we will have to tie all the loose ends
together this semester."
L-R: R. Hunte, C. Hunte, B. Frantz, D. Claycomb, Dr. Blumenfield.
one hundred twenty-five
Be careful of the elgetol, Men!
one hundred twenty-six
Typical weeds Lab.
"The leaf primordium is developing nicely
The "Spider" is suffering from physical inertia.
"Where are all th<
"Dan, don't they ever wear shoes in Wayne County?"
"To the orchard, men."
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Row 1, L-R
Row 2, L-R
Row 3, L-R.
Row 4, L-R
Row 5, L-R
A. Spinelli, D. Goss, D. Hunter, W. Wilson, J. Schorr, R. Lowry, R. DeLoup, F. Penrose, M. Riska, J.
R. Stein, G. White, E. Lindemann, D. Charles.
T. Slimocosky, T. AAerker, G. Deeming, R. Sherker, P. Kutowski, B. Gigliotti, J. Graeff, R. Thompson,
ntomasso, A. DiGiantomasso, A. Hanser, R. Cole.
R. Pitzschler, F. O'Sullivan, A. Sauer, P. McFarland, W. Goll, D. Bowker, R. Hillmann, P. Jacobson, C.
Tiefenthaler, D. Emory, L. Thompson.
E. Nonnemacher, G. Caldaro, H. Roberts, W. Conrad, W. Shannon, N. Hedrick, N. Resnick, R. Zimmer,
J. Petrosky, R. Frommer, L. Hahn.
Mr. J. Youngsman, N. Alberts, C. Meyers, R. Walker, R. Horsman, F. Grau, K. Peterson, B. Miller, B.
R. Terry, C. Hoffmann, T. Hawk.
Sitting, L-R: Richard Hillmann, Dominic DiGiantomasso.
Standing, L-R: Robert Pitzschler, Mr. J. Youngsman, Jeron
one hundred twenty-eight
"This one will have to do.'
Always have to watch those Hort. boys.
Our glass house . . . Don't throw any stones here.
At a moment of great creation.
"What did you find, Cozy?"
Remember those cold days?
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"Where's North, Hanser?"
And now the finals.
one hundred thirty-one
Row 7 , L-R: B. Chadwick, E. Taggart, G. Simmons, E. Howett.
Row 2, L-R: F. Furlong, S. Eby, F. Salazar, Mr. Ferdo.
L-R: Mr. Ferdo, Bruce Chad-
wick, Frederick Furlong, Fer-
one hundred thirty-two
L-R: Bruce Chadwick, Mr. Ferdo, Fred Furlong.
L-R: Mr. Ferdo, Dr. Leibovitz, Mr. Cone
Poultry Judy lug
Gee, he looks cold!
one hundred thirty-three
Row 1, L-R: AA. Wilson, M. Goldin, C. Bernd, R. Pras, A. Schurr, C. Sachs, R. Guliana, J. Berkheiser, H. Johns, B. Nickell, A.
Goldfarb, B. Gebhardt, J. Dowhan, J. Barnett, N. Moles, W. Mulrein.
Row 2, L-R: S. Wilk, AA. Brand, R. Parsons, E. Hamm, R. Wells, J. Blunkosky, C. Shuck, J. Fee, AA. Shuke, D. Cafaro, J. Rogers,
R. Clements, H. Witmer, J. Bulette, R. Somerville, J. Curtis, E. Brown, R. Hilsen, J. AAertz.
L-R: Bryan Gebhardt, Carl Sachs, John Berkheiser, James Fee
one hundred thirty-four
.hi V s
'Notice the structure of these vertebrae—"
"Are you sure that's the way it goes?"
"Don't get your hands on that graph-
"Watch your flngures, Mar 1
'Histological sections of a T-bone steak."
one hundred thirty-five
"Now you turn this little dial and
one hundred thirty-six
In the Sophomore year we explored the
social side of campus life with our un-
forgettable "beatnik" dance. Here we
see some of our fellow beats as they
enter the "bazaar."
The Class of 1962 began its four years
in a rather "muddy" fashion. This year
witnessed the molding of strangers into
a college unit.
We initiated a new field of education in
our Junior year, by taking field trips to
local points of interest!
During our fourth year, we have worked
diligently toward producing the 1962
CORNUCOPIA, with which we hope to
bring to you a cross-section of our life
and accomplishments at D.V.C.
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Table for two??
Yes, men, it's a bouncing baby boy.
Who's in charge of the food committee?
I have a complaint.
Arnie takes five.
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Adolph reaches for the 43 beans in Sal's cup.
"Skeets" puts in another hard day at Del-Val.
one hundred forty-one
Hunte 1 and Hunte
2 take time out to
lift a few.
A little R and R in Cooke Hall lounge. , , , , ,
one hundred forty-four
I always get a headache when I drink SCHMIDT'S.
We don't study all the time.
"The Horts" in Florida
one hundred forty-five
The beginning stages of Lake Archer.
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The finished product.
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Intelligentsia takes a break.
Mr. Knorr, our former advisor
Whose hand is he holding now?
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Extensive research in action by some of our Seniors.
one hundred forty-seven
Row 1, L-R: Ronald Cole, Dominic DiGiantomasso, Herb Johns, Kirk Brown, Richard Strimel, Mr. Mc-
Row 2, L-R: Fred Armbruster, James Rothschild, Robert Frantz, Neil Resnick, John Ulshoeffer.
Row 3, L-R: David Andreassen, Neil Gabriel, John Mertz, Richard Swackhamer, Donald Baker, Charles
L-R: Ronald Cole, Typing Editor;
Charles Wira, Photography Editor;
Richard Swackhamer, Co-Editor; Fred
Armbruster, Business Manager; Neil
Gabriel, Co-Editor; Robert Frantz, Lay-
out Editor; Herb Johns, Sports Editor.
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Cornucopia Staff at Work
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Class of 1962
Abrevaya, Albert— Amburgo Farms, New Britain, Pa.
Adams, John— Greene, N. Y.
Agnew, Howard— 45 Garden Terrace, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Aman, H. Wheeler— Kimberton, Pa.
Andreassen, David— 150 Madison Avenue, Westfield, N. J.
Armbruster, Fred-41 West 69th Street, Ne'w York, N. Y.
Baker, Donald-RD#2 Goffna Drive, Basking Ridge, N. J.
Bennett, Clair, RD#4, Easton, Pa.
Berkheiser, John— Box 7767, Philadelphia, Pa.
Brand, Marvin— 31 7 Mt. Airy Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
Brown, Kirk— 609 Cleveland Street, Allentown, Pa.
Bulette, John-327 High Street, Easton, Pa.
Cafaro, David— 49 Summit Avenue, Lyndhurst, N. J.
Caldaro, Glenn— 1 8 Normandy Terrace, West Orange, N. J.
Chadwick, Bruce— 53 West State Street, Doylestown, Pa.
Chapman, Philo— East Garden Road, Vineland, N. J.
Charles, Donald-RD#l, Allentown, Pa.
Claycomb, Donald— Star Route #2, Doylestown, Pa.
Cole, Ronald— 6 Rustwood Place, Massapequa, L. I., N. Y.
Cooney, Raymond— 1 074 Seib Avenue, Elizabeth, N. J.
DiGiantomasso, Dominic— 1258 Dill Road, Havertown, Pa.
Frantz, Robert— 3 Peacock Road, Audubon Park, N. J.
Furlong, Frederick— East Chestnut Avenue, Vineland, N. J.
Gabriel, Neil-Route #3, Bethlehem, Pa.
Gibble, Francis— 831 1 Tulpahocken Avenue, Elkins Park, Pa.
Goldfarb, Allan— 7 Fairlawn Avenue, Orange, N. Y.
Goldstein, David-2285 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Gross, Walter— 323 Douglass Street, Reading, Pa.
Haegele, Charles-607 E. Hermitage Street, Phila., Pa.
Hamilton, John— Pipersville, Pa.
Hanser, Albert— 227 President Avenue, Rutledge, Pa.
Harris, Herbert-Box 80, RD#1, Sellersville, Pa.
Haven, Donald-1033 Wayng Road, Haddonfield, N. J.
Hetzell, Wayne-RD#2, Elmer, N. J.
Hunte, Marston— 104 Roselle Avenue, Roselle Park, N. J.
Hunte, Ronald-1 04 Roselle Avenue, Roselle Park, N. J.
Johns, Herbert— 315 Laurel Avenue, Cheltenham, Pa.
Johnson, Phillip — 91 80 Frankford Avenue, Phila., Pa.
Johnson, Robert— 244 VanHouten Avenue, Wyckoff, N. J.
Jordan, Ernest— 520 Almes House Road, Doylestown, Pa.
Kennedy, Edward-Elliotsburg, RD#1, Pa.
Kirsch, Paul-54 W. Cheltenham Road, Phila., Pa.
Kurtzig, John— 81-15 Beverly Road, Kew Gardens, N. J.
Leaty, Daniel— Ridge Road, Williamson, N. Y.
Lustig, David-1436 East 7th Street, Plainfield, N. J.
Maholick, Albert— Box 58, Edison, Pa.
Matro, G. James— 315 E. Pleasant Street, Hammonton, N. J.
Maxwell, Craig— 779 Fair Acres Avenue, Westfield, N. J.
McFarland, Paul-6027 Bridget Street, Phila., Pa.
McGuigan, Norwood— RD#1 , Dallastown, Pa.
McNally, James— 7 Sunnyside Drive, Montvale, N. J.
Mertz, John— 35 Brook Street, Springfield, N. J.
Morosky, Joseph— 505 Privet Road, Horsham, Pa.
Murch, John— Triangle Farms, Holliston, Mass.
Olmstead, David— 61 Ross Avenue, Demarest, N. J.
O'Neill, Ronald-277 Woodfield Road, Westwood, N. J.
Penrose, Frank— RD#1, Newtown, Pa.
Peterson, Walter-58 Elm Street, Dumont, N. J.
Pipari, Frank-1 71 6 South 1 6th Street, Phila., Pa.
Pitzschler, Robert— 1 2 Wilson Avenue, Trumbull, Conn.
Radi, Arnold— 79 Claire Drive, Somerville, N. J.
Resnick, Neil-365 E. Schley Street, Newark, N. J.
Rette, Frank— 3027 Aramingo Avenue, Phila., Pa.
Rudolph, Stephen-1 232 Sydney Street, Phila., Pa.
Salomon, Ira— 50 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City, N. J.
Santangelo, Salvatore— 347 E. Main Street, Norristown, Pa.
Serwell, William— RD#1 , Camplain Road, Somerville, N. J.
Snyder, Thomas— Jackonville Road, RD#1, Bordentown,
Steiert, Aloysius— Skyline Farm, Valley Forge, Pa.
Stein, Edward-821 1 Aspen Way, Elkins Park, Pa.
Strimel, Richard-7 Estel Place, RD#2, Bound Brook, N. J.
Swackhamer, Richard— 910 Station Avenue, Haddon
Heights, N. J.
Trexler, Dennis— Box 1 88, Center Valley, Pa.
Ulshoefer, John— 55 Locust Avenue, Mullburn, N. J.
Walker, Ronald— 32 Moore Avenue, Dumont, N. J.
Wilson, William-229 E. Cliveden Street, Phila., Pa.
Wira, Charles— Liddle Avenue, Fords, N. J.
Zimmer, Ronald— Union Valley Road, West Milford, N. J.
Class of 1963
Ashton, Peter-1 19 Bridge Street, Oakdale, Pa.
Baker, Clarence— Mt. View Mobile Home, Doylestown, Pa.
Barnett, John— Godfrey Road, Villanova, Pa.
Bauer, James— RD#2, New Kensington, Pa.
Benson, Raymond— RD#2, Newtown, Pa.
Blodgett, Peter-RFD#1, Langehorne, Pa.
Bowker, David— 923 Big Oak Road, Morrisville, Pa.
Brown, Douglas— 4500 Brown Road, Dayton, Ohio
Bunin, Howard— 1 55 Hansbury Ave., Newark, N. J.
Caldwell, Peter— 1 1 Green Twig Drive, Toms River, N. J.
Campeyner, Steven— 8836 Germantown Avenue, Phila., Pa
Caprio, Gerard— 219 E. Church Street, Lock Haven, Pa.
Coates, Richard-RD#1, Auten Road, Somerville, N. J.
Colburn, Steven— 2 Goldfinch, Audubon, N. J.
Conrad, William-71 Colonial Road, Franklin Lakes, N. J.
one hundred fifty
Crawford, Brodie— 309 Swarthmore Avenue S. W., Phila.,
Driscoll, Peter— 40 Meadowview Drive, Westport, Conn.
Emery, Donald— Pitman-Richwood Road, Pitman, N. J.
Fee, James— RD#1, Newtown, Pa.
Fleming, William— 1336 Bristol Pike, Andalusia, Pa.
Furman, Louis— 1 77 Strayer Street, Johnstown, Pa.
Gebhardt, Bryan— 560 North, Doylestown, Pa.
Gerstemeier, Joseph— Schultz Road, Lansdale, Pa.
Gilman, Martin-1302 66th Avenue, Phila., Pa.
Graeff, John— 1533 Locust Street, Reading, Pa.
Guardenier, Edgar— 330 Alden Avenue, New Haven, Conn.
Guliana, Ronald— 230 Glen Avenue, Dumont, N. J.
Haldaman, David-RD#3, Allentown, Pa.
Haviland, Stanley-20 Alston Court, Red Bank, N. J.
Hazen, Herman-59 Hill St., Midland Park, N. J.
Hedrick, Norman— 969 West Ave., Springfield, Pa.
Heflich, Max— Homestead Road, Belle Mead, N. J.
Helf, Nicholas-101 North Ridge Road, Perkasie, Pa.
Hillman, Richard— Wood Street, Mahopac, N. Y.
Hoffman, Peter— Stouchburg, Pa.
Holznagel, Wallace— 109 Maruth Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hopkins, William— 414 So. Marion Ave., Wenonah, N. J.
Horsman, Richard— 4208 Elmwood, Erie, Pa.
How, Schuyler— Whitehouse, N. J.
Leonhardt, George— Pennypack Road, Hatboro, Pa.
McCabe, Darryl— State, Millsboro, Delaware
McLucas, Ronald— Lancaster Pike, Hockessin, Delaware
Meyers, Charles— RD, Hampton, N. J.
Miller, Barry— 503 Jefferson Street, Fullerton, Pa.
Nickell, Bruce-3105 W. Penn., Philadelphia, Pa.
Nightwine, Harold-RD#l, Dauphin, Pa.
Nowakowski, Joseph-RD#l, Chalfont, Pa.
Papp, Richard— 1 27 Ralston Avenue, S. Orange, N. J.
Parsons, Robert— 25 Forest Dale Road, Kinnelon, N. J.
Patchell, William— 339 Virginia Avenue, Havertown, Pa.
Perry, George— Sylvan Heights Drive, Holidaysburg, Pa.
Peterson, Keith— 2 Hanor Road, Verona, N. J.
Prophet, Allen— 1802 Robinson Avenue, Havertown, Pa.
Radomski, Edward— RD#1, Norristown, Pa.
Roberts, Harold— 4063 Newportville Road, Cornwall
Roinos, Kenneth— 95 Wilbur Road, Bergenfield, N. J.
Rothschild, James-51 6 W. 1 69th Street, New York
Rubba, Mathew— 21 Horton, Hammonton, N. J.
Ruff, David-3394 Mount Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, Pa.
Sabol, Robert— 77 Eastern States Parkway, Somerville, N. J.
Sachs, Carl-8234 Cedarbrook Street, Phila., Pa.,
Salazar, Fernando— Caracas, Venezuela
Sauer, August— 4 Oak Place, Sloatsburg, N. Y.
Scheetz, Terry— Stevens, Pennsylvania
Schorr, Jerome— 561 1 Walnut Street, Phila., Pa.
Shafer, John— Barnesville, Pa.
Shannon, Walter— Glen Crest, Milford, Pa.
Sharpe, Harry-12 N. Main St., Chalfont, Pa.
Shuke, Merrill— Ridge Road, Monmouth Jet., N. J.
Siebert, Christian— 405 Georgetown, Glassboro, N. J.
Silverman, Edward— 1 248 Levick Street, Phila., Pa.
Skoda, Gerald— 441 Rutherford Avenue, Franklin, N. J.
Spaulding, David— 715 Snowden, Bristol, Pa.
Steepy, Thomas— Woosamonsa Road, Pennington, N. J.
Stein, Ronald— Box 31 , Woodville, Pa.
Thompson, Paul— Cuttalossa Road, Lumberville, Pa.
Tomasini, John— 348 Grove Street, Clifton, N. J.
Topeka, Robert-RFD#2, Swedesboro, N. J.
Traino, Frank— Church Road, Church Street, Moorestown,
Umosella, Joseph— Blue Anchor Road, Broddock,
Hammonton, N. J.
Uribe, Rodrigo— 1003 Penna. Avenue, Havertown, Pa.
Vander Vliet, Roger— 1 5 Kent Road, Paterson, N. J.
West, Roger-59 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.
White, Samuel— 202 Stanley Avenue, Havertown, Pa.
Williams, John-4919 Greene Street, Phila., Pa.
Wolf, Joseph-RD#l, Allentown, Pa.
Yentis, Jonathan— 2509 North Utah Street, Arlington, Va.
Class of 1964
Alpaugh, Walter— 14 Maple, Lebanon, Pa.
Bard, Peter-239 E. Broad St., E. Stroudsburg, Pa.
Barrick, Gary— 506 Wyndmoor Ave., Phila., Pa.
Bauerle, William— Box 83, Manor Road, Wexford, Pa.
Bayles, King-1 300 Fayette Street, W. Englewood, N. J.
Bayliss, John— 21 Glenside Rd., S. Orange, N. J.
Bernd, Charles-RD#1, Center Valley, Pa.
Berry, Alan— Meeting House Road, Hockessin, Delaware
Billings, David— 2402 Bowman Avenue, Cornwells Heights,
Blank, Frederick— 71 36 Chandler Ave., Pennsauken, N. J.
Blunkosky, James-Box 173, RD#2, McDonald, Pa.
Bowman, Elwood— Mounted Route, Enola, Pa.
Boyd, Darvin-RD#1, Ephratr, Pa.
Brinton, Ralph— 16 E. 24th St., Wilmington, Delaware
Brown, Vernon— 3106 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City, N. J.
Carroll, Richard— 101 Cumberland Ave., Verona, N. J.
Cedrun, Ramon— W. Cobbs Creek, Yeadon, Pa.
Clements, Robert— Box 309, Bethel Road, Boothwyn, Pa.
Cline, James— Fairmount Rd., Long Valley, N. J.
Conner, Lawrence— 502 Morton Ave., Folsom, Pa.
Corbett, James— Lakewood Rd., Neptune, N. J.
Craig, Christopher— Bishop Hollow Rd., Media, Pa.
Cupples, Raymond-2646 S. 32nd St., Phila., Pa.
Curtis, Joseph— 1 2 Rutgers Terr., Fair Lawn, N. J.
Davis, Edward— 245 Westchester Ave., Thornwood, N. Y.
Day, Thomas— 805 Ashbourne, Cheltenham, Pa.
DiGiantomasso, Anthony— 1258 Dill Road, Havertown, Pa.
Dowhan, Joseph-123 W. 24th St., Bayonne, N. J.
Dry, Edward— 1 9 E. Maple Ave., Morrisville, Pa.
Eby, Samuel— R. D., New Bloomfield, Pa.
Edmondson, William— 1 087 Tyson Ave., Rosyln, Pa.
Eopechino, Alfred— 316 Linwood Ave., Paterson, N. J.
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Feldmar, Baron-107 W. Price St., Linden, N. J.
Fisher, Conrad— Deep Greek Rd., Greenlane, Pa.
Forbes, Lowell-R.D.#2, Hanover, Pa.
Frommer, Robert— 9 W. Ettwein St., Bethlehem, Pa.
Gall, Jerome— 202 Northampton St., Hellertown, Pa.
Glick, Dennis— 412 Virginia, Havertown, Pa.
Goldin, Michael-69-01 Bell Blvd., New York, N. Y.
Goll, Warren— Academy and Woodhouse Rds., Phila., Pa.
Goss, Donald— Box 224, Liberty Corner, N. J.
Grau, Frank— 2354 Turk Road, Doylestown, Pa.
Griffith, Harold-RD#2, Cogan Station, Pa.
Hadsell, Neil-RD#1, Springboro, Pa.
Hahn, Lewis— Hahn Road, Pittsburgh 9, Pa.
Hamm, Edgar— RD#1, Kempton, Pa.
Harlan, Richard— 2315 Susquehanna Road, Rosyln, Pa.
Hedayat, Farzin— Roosevelt Ave., #27, Teheran, Iran
Heebner, David— 41 1 Perkiomen Ave., Lansdale, Pa.
Heil, Ronald-32 Cathedral Ave., Nutley, N. J.
Hendzel, John— 504 7th Ave., Carnegie, Pa.
Hicks, LeRoy— Three Springs, Pa.
Hilsen, Robert-4 Corsay Rd., Nutley, N. J.
Hoffner, Robert-375 Edmonds Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
Hofmann, Christopher— 1415 Hampden Blvd., Reading, Pa.
Holland, David— Children's Home, Easton, Pa.
Hoppaugh, Raymond— Fairmount Rd., Califon, N. J.
Hower, James— 135 Coughlin St., Berwick, Pa.
Howett, Earl-RD#2, York, Pa.
Hunter, Dennis— 7622 Woodside Ave., Harrisburg, Pa.
Ingram, Robert— 31 Dudley Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.
Jacobsen, Peter-18 S. 3rd St., Park Ridge, N. J.
Jennings, John— 570 Navesink River Rd., Red Bank, N. J.
Karmondi, Alex— RD., Bloomsbury, N. J.
Keglovits, Richard-220 E. 21st St., Northampton, Pa.
Kenna, James— 231 1 Morton Rd., Bridgeville, Pa.
King, Thomas— 310 Donna Lane, York, Pa.
Knudson, Richard— 65 Lynwood Road, Verona, N. J.
Krenitsky, Joseph-R.D.#7, Butler, Pa.
Kucharski, Robert-209 E. Valley View Ave., Hackettstown,
Lahr, Woodrow— RD#1 , Zionsville, Pa.
Larsen, Robert— 22 Madison Ave., Demarest, N. J.
Leloup, Randolph— Mendham Road, Gladstone, N. J.
Lesher, Thomas— RD#1, Greenlane, Pa.
Lewandoski, Thomas— 35 Mack St., Plains, Pa.
Love, Robert-537 Ohio R. Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa.
MacDonald, Gordon— 520 Corliss Ave., Phillipsburg, N. J.
Merker, Thomas— 51 7 Milmont Ave., Folsom, Pa.
Middleton, Larry— 1 709 Norton Rd., Stow, Ohio
Moore, Thomas-305 9th St., Sellersville, Pa.
Morrow, John— 2413 Lawnherst Ave., Easton, Pa.
Mullen, David— Millbrook Rd., New Verona, N. J.
Napier, Thomas— 1 740 Yorktown Place, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Nicholson, Vernon— Glassboro, RFD, Aura, N. J.
Noble, Albert-R.D.#2, Box 639, Murrysville, Pa.
Oswald, Thomas— Box 233, R.D.#1, Allentown, Pa.
Perri, Anthony— 320 N. Lockwood, Chicago, III.
Petrosky, Joseph-21 18 Hay St., Easton, Pa.
Phillips, Richard-R.D.#4, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Pras, Robert-RD#l, Mendham, N. J.
Prigge, Edward-161 88th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Regrut, John-31 1 Front St., W. Easton, Pa.
Reisert, William-130 Kirkwood Ave., Merrick, N. Y.
Riglizzo, Michael— 107 N. 3rd, Hammonton, N. J.
Rotherham, Lloyd-9228 Walker St., Phila., Pa.
Ryan, Paul-35-16 154th St., Flushing, N. Y.
Schuck, Charles— 1 W. Township Line, Norristown, Pa.
Serotkin, Jeffrey-531 Randolph St., Camden, N. J.
Sexton, Thomas-326 E. Pearl St., Burlington, N. J.
Sherker, Richard— Stonersville, Pa.
Silverberg, Alan— 1 109 Arboretum Road, Wyncote, Pa.
Silverberg, Michael— 1 109 Arboretum Road, Wyncote, Pa.
Simmons, George— 336 4th St., Traffoed, Pa.
Somerville, Robert— Valley Forge Rd., Valley Forge, Pa.
Stabley, Jack-2401 W. 4th St., Williamsport, Pa.
Steepy, Robert— 1 1 5 Summit Ave., W. Trenton, N. J.
Supplee, Richard— Hampton, N. J.
Taggart, Edward— Greentree Ra., Glassboro, N. J.
Thompson, Leon— 5429 Gainor Road, Phila., Pa.
Thorpe, Carl— 400 Tomlinson Road, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
Tietbohl, Charles— 3205 Manor Road, Huntingdon Valley,
Torning, Edward— RD#1, Bangor, Pa.
Vitale, Thomas-3203 Arctice Ave., Atlantic City, N. J.
Wagner, Robert-Box 1 1 6, Bayne Rd., Wexford, Pa.
Wanderman, Richard-31 1 1 Aurelia Ct., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Watters, David— 1 61 8 W. Sterigere St., Norristown, Pa.
Weatherbee, Joseph— 309 N. Somerset Ave., Ventor, N. J.
Wells, Richard-3827 Germantown Pike, Collegeville, Pa.
Whiteway, Stanley— 1 202 University Ave., Swarthmore, Pa.
Wimmer, Ronald— Route #2, Coopersburg, Pa.
Woolf, Ronald-R.D., Stewartsville, N. J.
Zanette, Peter-RD #1 , Wind Gap, Pa.
Class of 7 965
Abb, Donald-2232 Brigham St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Albert, Fred-201 Trent Rd., Phila., Pa.
Albrecht, John— 1 15 Dewey Rd., Chelrenham, Pa.
Amorin, Adolfo— Avenida San Martin 151, Orrantia del
Mar, San Isidro, Lima, Peru
Andrews, Allen-West Mill St., Long Valley, N. J.
Barrett, William— 75 South View Terr., N. Middletown, N. J.
Baughn, Richard-421 N. Olive St., Media, Pa.
Beckwith, William— 49 Massaco St., Simsbury, Conn.
Beitz, Joseph— P. O. Box 16, Edison, Pa.
Berger, Philip-R.D. #1, Pittstown, N. J.
Bergner, Roland— 443 Thomson Ave., Springfield, Pa.
Brink, Stuart— 1 78 Henshaw Ave., Springfield, N. J.
Brooks, Stephen-506 Ft. Washington Ave., N. Y., N. Y.
Brown, Edgar— 1 20 Stanley Ave., Glenside, Pa.
Campion, Marcel— 1 7 Hobart St., Short Hills, N. J.
Cantliffe, Daniel— 219 Manning Ave., River Edge, N. J.
one hundred fifty-two
Chickillo, Richard-3454 Frankford Ave., Phila., Pa.
Chidsey, Hart-801 Cattell St., Easton, Pa.
Clark, Thomas— 6 Andrew Place, Fairlawn, N. J.
Compton, Glenn— RD#1, Box 46, Clarksburg, Pa.
Coppens, Louis-257 Ridge Road, RD#2, New Hope, Pa.
Croushore, William— Ruffsdale, Pa.
Csepi, Raymond-13 McAuliffe Dr., New Brunswick, N. J.
Currey, William-800 Birney Hwy., Chester, Pa.
Dalrymple, Ronald— Mt. Horeb Rd., Warren Twp., N. J.
Day, Donald— 464 Turner Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
Deeming, George— 491 Aurania Ave., Phila., Pa.
Denlinger, Robert-RD#3, Box 647, Lancaster, Pa.
Derby, William— 1 10 Brownlie Rd., King of Prussia, Pa.
Dobbin, Edward-2334 Fifth St., Coatesville, Fort Lee, N. J.
Donald, Robert-396 Cochran Place, Valley Stream, N. Y.
Dudas, Andrew-RD#1 , Box 282, Lake City, Pa.
Dunn, John, Jr.— 36 S. Davis Ave., Audubon, N. J.
Fichter, Lynn— 104 Lavern St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Gambino, Benedict— 19 Henry St., Summit, N. J.
Gehringer, Joseph— East Walnut St., Colmar, Pa.
Gerity, Peter— 70 Commonwealth Ave., New Providence,
Ghanayem, Frederick— 1 22 Elm Ave., Ardmore, Pa.
Glaser, Richard— 1 387 Jesup Ave., New York, New York
Gommel, Robert— 26 S. Tamenend Ave., New Britain, Pa.
Gordon, Brian— 2621 Swede Rd., Norristown, Pa.
Gural, Dennis-228 Le Gregni St., Saddle Brook, N. J.
Haggan, Richard— 7 Prospect St., AAendham, N. J.
Hancock, Joseph— 746 St. Davids Ave., Warminster, Pa.
Harner, James— Box 45, Oldwick, N. J.
Harnick, Joel-4426 Sherwood Rd., Phila., Pa.
Harrison, John-R.D.#l, Stockton, N. J.
Harteis, James— R.D.#1 , Edensburg, Pa.
Hawk, Thomas— 953 Walnut Ave., Andalusia, Pa.
Hist, Lewis-Box 79, R.D.#2, Glen Mills, Pa.
Hoagland, James— 339 Clairmont, Warner Robins, Ga.
Horner, Merwin— R.D.#3, Salem, N. J.
Howells, Bruce-R.D.#2, Box 1086, Ellwood, Pa.
Hunt, Robert-502 Park Ave., Swedesboro, N. J.
Japchen, Richard-800 S. Bellevue Ave., Penndel, Pa.
Kavanagh, Thomas— 655 Woodlawn Dr., Sharon, Pa.
Kelty, Henry-249 E. 7th St., Florence, N. J.
Kinney, Dale-Little York, N. J.
Kirsch, John-R.D.#4, Box 152, Quakertown, Pa.
Klein, Steven-541 6 N. 1 2th St., Phila., Pa.
Knestrick, Ralph-Box 212, R.D.#1 , Amity, Pa.
Kronen, William— R.D. #4, Tarentum, Pa.
Kutawski, Paul— 5 David St., South River, N. J.
Lewandoski, Thomas— 35 Mack St., Plains, Pa.
Lindemann, Edward— 9 Shelter Lane, Levittown, Pa.
Lowry, Richard— 58 N. Clinton St., Doylestown, Pa.
Magnus, John— 693 Center Ave., River Edge, N. J.
Makus, Donald-137 Elmwood Dr., Clifton, N. J.
McClintock, Bruce-R.D.#1, Box 581, Williamstown, N. J.
McLain, Glenn-4 Ellison Rd., West Orange, N. J.
McMillen, Thompson-Andersonburg Rd., Loysville, Pa.
McNaughton, William— Kresson Rd., Haddonfield, N. J.
Molea, Nicholas-24 Downing St., Buffalo, N. Y.
Morelock, Jeffrey— 120 Basking Ridge Rd., AAillington, N. J.
Muldowney, Michael— 62 Downey Dr., Tenafly, N. J.
Mulrein, William-1406 Abbott Blvd., Palisades, N. J.
Myroniuk, Dennis-428 E. 139th St., Bronx, N. Y.
Nash, Robert-132 Winter, Media, Pa.
Nexon, Victor— 136 Kenilworth Rd., Mountain Lakes, N. J.
Nonnemacher, Edmund— Box 1 14, Milford, N. J.
Olinsky, Marvin— 165 Joan Terrace, Trenton, N. J.
O'Sullivan, Francis— 109 Wood Terrace, Leonia, N. J.
Parkes, Michael-341 OV2 Solly Ave., Phila., Pa.
Pearson, Edward— 279 Evans Ave., New Market, N. J.
Polis, Matthew-6806 Greene St., Phila., Pa.
Price, Roger— 140 Ames Ave., Leonia, N. J.
Rhodes, Duane-R.D. #1, Middletown, Pa.
Ries, Roy— 1628 N. Super Hwy., Langhorne, Pa.
Riska, Michael-877 Lafayette Ave., Palmerton, Pa.
Ritchey, Carey— Curryville, Pa.
Rogers, James-432 Stillwell Ave., Palisades, N. J.
Roth, Charles-557 River Dr., East Paterson, N. J.
Sauer, Robert— 15 Highwater Ave., Massapequa, L. I., N. Y.
Schaefer, Gordon— 134 E. Ackerman, Emerson, N. J.
Schafer, Bronson— 855 Trenton Rd., Fairless Hills, Pa.
Scheele, Paul— North St., Windsor Locks, Conn.
Schiro, Anthony-27 Mitchell, Lodi, N. J.
Schleeweis, Bruce— 283 W. Greenwood Ave., Lansdowne,
Schmidt, Michael— 37 Summer Lane, Levittown, Pa.
Scott, Richard— 48 Chestnut Terr., Newton Centre, Mass.
Shelly, Christopher-Welsh Rd., Ambler, RD#1, Pa.
Shrawder, Carson— R.D. #2, Lewisburg, Pa.
Sills, Robert-27 Fern Cliff Rd., Morris Plains, N. J.
Skudin, Michael-2010 Powell Ave., Bronx, N. Y.
Smith, Ronald-429 Elm Ave., Riverton, N. J.
Smith, William-2030 Susquehanna Rd., Abington, Pa.
Snyder, Richard— 2655 Northwood Ave., Easton, Pa.
Spinel It, Anthony— 15 Elmwood Ave., Narberth, Pa.
Stein, Richard— 15 Rice's Lane, Westport, Conn.
Stock, William-8562 Glen Campbell Rd., Phila., Pa.
Szy, Francis-R.D. #1, Hellertown, Pa.
Taylor, Richard-546 Westfield Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Terry, Ralph-34 Home Rd., Hatboro, Pa.
Tiefenthaler, George— Johns Lane, Ambler, Pa.
Tieff, Donald— 437 Delaware Ave., Belvidere, N. J.
Traviss, Wade— Gardner Rd., Elmhurst, Pa.
Vincent, Neil— 229 Johnson St., Salem, N. J.
Wallrapp, Michael-2949 Ardsley Rd., Wantagh, N. Y.
Weislow, Owen-8404 Temple Rd., Phila., Pa.
White, Gerald-102 W. Broadway, Clifton Hts., Pa.
Wilk, Stuart- 1 83 Rutherford Blvd., Clifton, N. J.
Wilson, Melvyn-62 Rollins Ave., Clifton, N. J.
Wira, Richard— Liddle Ave., Fords, N. J.
Witmer, Heman-131 W. 54th St., Bayonne, N. J.
Woods, Edward— 310 Greenwood, Lansdale, Pa.
Zaccheo, Vincent-4109 41st, Long Island City, N. Y.
Zonay, Andrew— Rte. #1, Hellertown, Pa.
one hundred fifty-three
THE CLASS OF '62 WITNESSED DURING ITS FOUR YEARS:
1. The graduation of Biology and Chemistry majors.
2. The construction of Lake Archer.
3. The institution of five new varsity sports.
4. The commencement of an organized intramural program.
5. The completion of Barness and Cooke Halls, and the Sidney
6. The institution of Monday night movies.
7. The first Circle-K Club of our local Kiwanis.
8. The introduction of Student Court.
9 The establishment of a strong Student Government.
10. The transition of National Agricultural College to Delaware
11. The change from hazing to customs.
12. The appointment of the first female supervisor of housing.
13. A modern up-to-date annex to the library.
14. The entrance of the campus into the Atomic Age.
15. The campus security service.
16. Innumerable campus improvements.
one hundred fifty-four
Mr. and Mrs. Miller F. Barrick
Mrs. Edgar G. Brown, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Haydn W. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Eastlack
Mr. and Mrs. Val Furman
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S. Jordan
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McClintock
Stonyrick Vending Company
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Supplee
Mr. and Mrs. Read C. Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Albert
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Albrecht, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Andreassen
Anne B. Ashton
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bayles
Mr. and Mrs. William Bayliss
Philip G. Berger and family
Mr. and Mrs. Karl W. Bergner
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowker
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Campion, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. Coates
Anne and Joseph A. Cole
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Compton
Mr. and Mrs. Willard S. Conrad
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Cooney
C. W. Craig
Brodie W. Crawford
Cross Keys Motors, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Csepi
Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas Currey
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Curtis
Thomas C. Day, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Graham Donald
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunn, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Emery
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Furlong
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Gall
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gigliotti
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goldfarb
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Guardenier
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Haegele
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Helf
Captain and Mrs. J. M. Hoagland
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Holznagel
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hopkins
Merwin H. Horner
Mr. and Mrs. Marston R. Hunte
C. Richard Ingram
H. W. Jacobsen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Alex W. Karmondi
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kavanagh
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Kronen
H. George Leloup
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Love
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Lowry
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lustig
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDonald
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Magnus
Mr. and Mrs. James Matro
S. O. Maxwell
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. McLucas
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Mertz
Rudolph J. Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Meyers
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Molea
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. James Morelock
Mrs. Joseph Morosky
Douglas B. Morrow
Mr. and Mrs. James X. Muldowney
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln L. Mullen
William C. Mulrein
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Nickell
Mr. and Mrs. E. Nonnemacher
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Olinsky
Mr. and Mrs. John H. O'Neill
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. O'Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perri
Mrs. Catherine C. Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Polis
Mr. and Mrs. John Regrut
W. Kenneth Rhodes
Russell R. Rubba, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Rudolph
Albert H. Ruff
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Saloman
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Santangelo
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin M. Sauer
Mr. and Mrs. William Schaefer
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schiro
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Schleeweis
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schorr
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schecter
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Shuke
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sills
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Smith, Jr.
Mrs. Joseph D. Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Spinelli
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steepy
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stein
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Steiert
Mr. and Mrs. Byron F. Swackhamer
Tappa Kegga Daye
Mr. and Mrs. Strimel
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tiefenthaler
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Terry
John and Lillian Tomasini
Toro Lawn Mowers
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Trexler
Warren and Margie
Mr. and Mrs. Vear C. West
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Baker
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Wira
Joseph C. Wolf
Andrew Zonay, Sr.
Gary F. Barrick
William F. Bauerle, Jr.
Ben and Flo
Bob and Diane
Darvin Boyd '64
Don and Carolyn
Dave and Betty
Del and Sue
Don and Sue
Nathan Floyd Doughty
Andrew Dudas, Jr.
John Dunn, Jr.
Frank and Charlotte
Gilman and Schorr
Hal and Dich
Robert M. Hilsen
James H. Hoagland
AA. Peter Hoffman
Hoimy and Will Wee
Jim C. Hower
Tom and Jerry
Jim and Blanche
Richard J. Keglovitz
Larry and Janet
Darryl C. AAcCabe
Dick and Marilyn
Mark K. McGuigan
Ned and Gail
George P. Perry, Jr.
William A. Reisert
Mike and Marian
Jimmy Rodgers '65
Ronald and Caroline
Charles Roth '65
W. C. and S. A.
Bob Sabol '63
Terry and Sandy
Christopher H. Shelly
Roger and Jan
William F. Smith III
Steve and Helen
Rich and Sue
Francis J. Szy
Wade R. Traviss
Joseph P. Weatherbee '64
Joseph Wolf III
SHEET METAL WORK
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YOU BRING IT WE CAN IT
1439 Ashby Ave. Bristol Terrace
SHIELDS & BROTHER
121-123 Market St.
Philadelphia 6, Pa.
ROGER W. KRAUT
29-31 W. STATE STREET
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Plants: Indiana, California
Serving Formula Feed Manufacturers Across
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With Highest Quality Feed Additives and
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EDWARD M. HAPP
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Phone: Fillmore 8-51 I I— 8-5561
Isabel and Tony De Sousa, Props.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Class of 1962 # From
Merin Studio, Your Official Photographer
1010 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia 7, Penna.
Negatives Are on File for Additional Orders
to the Class of 1962
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Trenton, New Jersey
DiGIANTOMASSO & SONS
Dominic DiGiantomasso '62
Anthony DiGiantomasso '64
SUPPLIES CO., INC.
Penn. and Chestnut Streets
J. CARROLL MOLLOY
Real Estate and Insurance
30 S. Main Street
Phone Fl 8-3558
SAVINGS & LOAN
17 W. Court Street
Bar & Grill
Franklin and State St.
Have a Coke
There's friendliness in the simple
phrase, "Have a Coke". It turns
strangers into friends . . .
Coca-Cola stands for the pause
that refreshes — has become the
high-sign of people of good will.
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PAUL P. McFARLAND
Landscape : Gardening
6027 Bridget St.
Philadelphia 44, Pa.
Broad and Union St.
Phone Fl 8-9491
Joseph Barness & Son
Bucks County Farms
and Country Homes
1352 Easton Rd., Warrington Dl 3-0700
Herman Silverman '30
Seabrook Farms Co.
Division of Francis H. Leggett and Company
Seabrook, New Jersey
Producers of Famous SEABROOK FARMS
and SNOW CROP Brands of Fresh Frozen
Fruits and Vegetables and SEABROOK FARMS
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Larsen
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Caldro
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Armbruster
Mr. and Mrs. George Resnick and Dennis
D.V.C. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
MARTIN BROOKS '54 President
N.F.S. ALUMNI FOUNDATION
PHILIP SPEVAK '31 President
Join in extending congratulations and best wishes to the
CLASS OF 1962. We look forward to your cooperation in
support of your ALMA MATER and your continued interest in
The purpose of the Foundation is to be of assistance to our Alma Mater.
Projected plans are to build up our principal to an amount where the interest may be used to purchase needed
equipment for the College or students: and to provide scholarships or partial scholarships for students where tuition
is not otherwise available, or where some special circumstance may apply. A Scholarship Committee under the con-
trol of the Foundation Board of Directors would determine scholarship awards.
Each College graduate is invited to participate in the accomplishment of these aims. Annual dues are $5.00, Life
Membership is $125.
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Commencement ~ J 962
Kirk W. Brown, Senior Class President, and Morris H. Goldman, Chairman of
the Board of Trustees of the College.
The Honorable John Morgan
Davis, Lieutenant Governor of
the Common-wealth of Penn-
Gaetano James Matro
Kirk Wye Brown
John Charles Mertz
Richard Derwood Swackhamer
John Arthur Murch
John Richard Ulshoefer
Fred Rudolf Armbruster
Gentlemen Be Seated
The College Glee Club— Del Val's answer to Mitch Miller!
Some pre-commencement advice from The Dean
Meeting of the Minds."
Prom ~ 1962
"Three Strikes and a Spare'
Some visiting between dances.
Fun in the poo
Sacked out in the sun
"Refreshingas a summer breeze"
"Under the spreading Fernwood sign-
An afternoon on a Pocono trail.
Accreditation ~ 1962
DR. JAMES WORK
On the Second Day of July, Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-Two, the Middle States
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools accepted the Delaware Valley Col-
lege of Science and Agriculture for accreditation and membership in the Associa-
tion. This marks a significant milestone in the history of this relatively young
college, which earned that title in 1948.
The College has the unique distinction of being the Nation's only privately
supported college of agriculture and is the only institution of higher learning
in Bucks County.
In the words of President James Work, "This recognition by its sister institutions
of higher education in the Middle States Region is the beginning of a new era
of even greater contributions to the educational life of the Delaware Valley."
• DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE £
OF SCIENCE a AGRICULTURE