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" We shape our buildings: ihereaflcr
they shape us. "
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' Whose dwelling Is the light of setting suns."
Dr. James Work
DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE
To Members of the Class of 1968
You have been with us for four short years, and now
are going forth with a great deal more knowledge, and,
we hope, a great deal more wisdom than you possessed
when we first greeted you as Freshmen.
Yet four years is too short a time to convey to you all
of those things which we would hope to pass on to you, all
of the knowledge which you will need to live a really full
life. The educational process of everyone of you must
continue. Your future now depends upon you, upon your
ambition, your energy, your integrity, and your desire to
continue to grow.
We hope we have helped to give you the proper foiindation
upon which to grow.
Your success is your Alma Mater's success.
I pray you have a long life of peace and happiness.
DEDICA TION TO
The staff of the 1968 Cornucopia is proud to dedicate this book to the
man who has set a fine example for us through the past four years. The
man whose image and reputation have stood dauntless. One we have
known as a coach, a teacher, an administrator, an advisor, and above
all, as an individual. He has given of himself without reserve during our
associations. So it is that we dedicate the 1968 edition of the Cunnico-
pia to Mr. Allan Hartle\.
Mav 19. 1968
Thank \ou. I he m cm hers ci I' I he Class of 1 96S. for giving me this
opportunilN lo wish sou a life imhued with a sense of personal fulUll-
Both as a class and as individuals you have met your responsibilities.
You recogni/^ed the need for strong student leadership. It is to your
credit that you were aware of your abilities and used to advantage the
many opportunities available to you.
As you have actively participated on the College campus, so will it be
your obligation to become involved in today's complex world. I urge
you to respond to society's desperate need for high quality leadership.
You are fortunate to possess a rich heritage. When it becomes your
turn to pass it on ma> yiiur etTorls have made this a better w orld in
which to live.
As you leave Delaware Valley College, please remember that the
doors do not close behind you. As you will alwavs be backed up by your
.-Mma Mater, also, will you be its trade-mark. By living a life of honor,
you will bring honor to the College.
Mav \ou be successful in your endeavors.
dUo^ C. ?/t
Allan C. Hartley
"Men who, begin mature in knowledge.
Pawn their experience to
their present pleasure."
R. N. Noting
' 1 'is
HOWARD A. ALMEN
Close friend of "Bugs" Makes sieves out of
ceilings Why did he leave Dorm # 1 after it
was completed? Organic II doesn't mean you
take it twice
Easy going guy who is the love of all Reading
women Cowboy boots from Freshmen year
Heads for the Reading Hills when weekends
come . . . Plans to go into industry.
Added a dent to his car every week Liked to
visit the Doylestown Shopping Center Al-
ways keeps a cool head Likes to shake hands.
KIRK EDWARD ANDERSON
Plans to attend graduate school A strict diet
of pizza and beer Bio's loss was Hort's gain
Much time spent in campus employment.
DAVID J. BEEBE
A fun loving guy with a quick wit Known for
his tongue in cheek comments Enjoys discuss-
ing domestic and international problems
"Who is the god for this week'?" A sports
enthusiast Never seen a guy who has a tech
nique for handling girls at a mixer like Beeb.
Would like to go to graduate school Remem-
bers Plant Physiology labs President of
THEODORE GEORCH [JIEW, JR
"Iccadore" Future in Plant Breeding
Will never forget English Literature A-Day is
busy time of year.
CHARLES POND BELDEN
From Bio. toAgro. inone year One oft he
Cock - Fours Frequently seen in the Field
Crops Lab. What about the closet and
mattress? Sows seeds in room 227 . . .
WALTER HARVEY BOBB
WALT ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Flower Power The Wayward Three
Peeved when his roommate doesn't sweep the
floor NBI For more socially active cam-
pus Favorite moment in college career was
when his eight foot waterfall worked Figures
Uncle Sam will get to him before he starts selling
BARRY RONALD BLITHE
Remember Florida! Sports oriented fellow
who is always out for intramurals Enjoys life
and living Knows how to enjoy himself at
Known to many as "Turtle" "Ketchup sand-
wich anyone?" One of the Wayward Three
Member of the Avengers Hopes to be-
come a millionaire Has distaste for Brown
noses "I come in late and leave early."
GUY KENNETH BORDEN
GUY ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Couldn't wait to graduate Would like to stay
in Delaware Valley area , Plans include work-
ing in landscaping Enjoys watching color TV
at a friends Easy going fellow with a sense of
humor Spends vacation in working Doyles-
MICHAEL ASHTON BROWN
BERNARD PETER BROSS III
Plans to attend graduate school Usually late
for class with Wes Most of senior year spent
in microlab Theotherhalfofthe BandS
Worked with U.S.D.A. for experience
Known for his lawnwork Always has a good
word Term papers are his specialty A
real cool guy.
LHROV ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Our on-campus radial lire salesman In class
It's eyes forward and back erect for Mr. Bull
Rode a bicycle toclass PlanstoenterSoi!
EDWIN CHARLES CARLSON
THOMAS WILLIAM COLLINS,
Friendly magazine salesman Enjoys working
with ornamental crops Would like to go into
landscape contracting Caesar's escort.
Seen frequently through the eyes of dogs B-B-
Butch! Knows the problems of skinning a
monkey Handyman with a rifle Enjoys
the frustrations of golf Member of the
Could be seen taking off for home after Psch . .
Hopes to go on to industry or graduate school
A grape is a mess! Marriage plans in the near
future A swell audience for a dance J is
ROBERT A. CONNOLLY
Never worries about anything Likes to visit
the shores of sunn\ South Jersey A happily
Plans to begin dairy farm after graduation
Remember Safari Beach Motel' Like lasagne
and steak but dislikes girls Whodon'tlike
beer' Pet peeves include Profs, who take
PETf R MICHAEL COONEY
STICKS ORNAMtNTAl HORTICULTURE
Traveling is in the future Intramural basket-
ball player Enjoys visiting New Hope antique
shops Remember the night of the thumb.
JAMES JOSEPH CONROY
Hails from New York Do tables Fly'
Graduate School, draft and possible pesticide
research Conscientious student.
FREDERICK O. COPE
A U.S. .Army O.C.S. candidate Roomed in
the 19th hole .A dormitory wardrobe com-
posed of whites "I'm still waiting for my
Vert. Zoo. tests."
DUANE GRANT COPLEY
"What's the Hopps" Self employed farmer
Named "Best Dressed Man on Campus" and
with those shoes, no wonder! Prompt and
FAT ALBERT HORTICULTURE
Quick as a cat Frequently seen in the pool
room "Give me some chew"
FRANK ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Prepares club notes at the Farm House Len-
ape Larry's right hand man Led An. Hus. to
fame and fortune in senior year Canine com-
CLIFFORD HA^S CORTEL^OU
KIP ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Little Bo Peep of "68 Spent one full weekend
at Del Val Malnutrition Poster Child of '68
Why did he go to mixers in a pick-up?
"I'll turn it in next week!"
JOHN JOSEPH CLNNINGH AM
Member of the Avengers Known as "Blue
Beard ' and "J.C." Will always remember
Dr. Elson's Quant, and Qual. courses Mem-
ber of the "Farm Three Boys" Spirited play-
er of the basketball court and baseball diamond
Pride of Lansdale Will always remember
many enjoyable nights on .''rd floor Ulman Hall
ROBERT PHILIP CUSANNO
Known as Bear to all Pet peeves are being
nagged by Lulu and warm beer Living proof
"Average students" make it into grad school
Good man with a bowUng ball and 9 iron In
line for associate degree at Bloomsburg.
PETER LAWRENCE DeSCHERER
A transfer from Rutgers Plans to go to
N.Y.U. if he ever gets an appUcauon Doesn't
like "Sloppy Joes" Clean shaven young man.
WILLIAM M. DOUGHERTY
Is Kevin slill taking your nutriment? Tube
Team 3,4 Pull for alarm and PUSH to stop
Member of the Nocturnal Set.
DENNIS R. DOBROWOLSKI
Enjoys travel One of the forward seven
Would like to buy or inspect horticultural prod-
ucts An enthusiastic horticultural student
Banlon shirt award.
DARL M. DODSON
Congratulations. Duke! .^re you sure Jan. 27
wasn't a mistake? Better than average bow-
man Frequently seen in the mountains "1
hope those squirrels don't move those acorns"
Has Billy's toe healed from the trash can
episode? "I listen to WFIL."
WART-HOG ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Plans on Graduate school, teaching, traveling
around the world and establishing a horse farm
"No matter what anybody says I still think
my way of breeding cattle is OK."
JACK ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Often seen in New Hope and the Bird's Nest
What's in that V.W. of his?? Amazing stu-
dent, truly amazing!! Big man with the La-
dies Future plans indefinite Noted for
"his" fine ta.xonomy collection Good dresser.
WILLIAM EDWIN DUNSCOMBE.
Majored in extracurricular activities "That's
a doubter" Doesn't he believe in one parking
space per car "How about a couple of friend-
ly ones" Blister treatments care of Ned A.
"Dear Bill. You had better sit down before
you read this." A//i> 'ON IMPOSSIBLE.
VOYAGE. I.WADERS Highlight of college
career was winning the niusi valuable pitcher
award Plans to go to gr;iQ school.
WILLIAM JOHN EDMUNDS
BILL FOOD INDUSTRY
Traded razor blades for ties in senior \ear
Our Furrow Editor A married unmarried
Aggie Diner run team 3.4 "Guess what I
heard?" "What?" Always ready to start
Plans to attend Penn State Off campus stu-
dent w ho roomed in 227 Collects weeds.
THOMAS DEL BERT ELAM
"\\ ho"s a Boy Scout?" May go on to gradu-
ate school for Plant Pathology Enjoys his Dr.
Blackman courses Marriage in the future
Five dollars for a phone call BilFs barrel was
for trash, not
JAMES EDWARD ELLAS
JIM .\NIMAL HUSBANDRY
Often seen with roomie Bob Good bowler
who received trophy for high series in Delaware
Valley Conference The "Malibu Man"
Enjoyed his .An. Hus. courses with Dr. Pelle.
W ILLIAM CHARLES ENDRISS
WIB ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
'Could be tense, fans" "How many times
were you hung last game?" "Hey. Bill, sign
me ml ■ "What a bag job that was" ".Are
you playing basketball tonight?" "How about
a game of Pinochle?"
ROBERT E. FAUSAK
"Brooklyn" Has a preference for Irish girls
Who was with you in the closet during
customs!' Quiet and reserved Likes to
MARK LLONAKD I LlBl SH
A Iransler Ircnii Delaware Plans to work lor
the government L'suallv seen with a cigarette
Unsung hero of the basketball team
"Feus, try to get me up at 7:00."
VINCENT GERALD FICCA
VINNY I-OOD INDUSTRY
"Cut costs and increase production" Likes to
read yewsweek to anyone that's listening or
not listening Ex-G.I. Pet Peeve is the
Administration "This is how it was in the
army if you have three or four hours'"
"Wait until you see the girl Lm going to bring"
Plans to hire the "68 F.I. majors after he sets
up his multi-billion dollar corporation for spa-
ROBERT E. FELTON
BOB ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
■".Anybody have any questions?" A car bulT
Will be glad to give up dieting The Mutt
and Jeir combination of "68 Loves that
JOSEPH F. FRANCHELLA JR.
Would like to teach and coach Class Rip Van
Winkle until he met the chalk Outstanding
ballplayer Who clued us in on girls? Likes
FLAME ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Flemer or Flemmer'? "'Want to go to the
Farmhouse now?"" Did you really like to do
those free form drawings? "Well I guess I will
start studying."" How about a game of cards
RICHARD CLAIR FUNT
A man who really moves out Serious minded
student who is very active in extracurricular activ-
ities Adam"s County Apple man Nation-
al delegate to ASHS Isn't afraid to disagree
if he is right.
Enjoyed the tube Easily aroused from the
rack by certain phone calls Doesn't appre-
ciate three hour labs without a break Jeepster
— rode all over in it.
EDWARD T. FURMAN
Known for his speed in lab What's that in his
hip pocket, Ed? Minnesota Fats Quick
CARL HARRY GANSKY
CARL FOOD INDUSTRY
Strong dishke for buzzing alarm clocks Plays
500 Rummy Extracurricular activities cen-
tered around football and pool Tom Johnson
JACK EDMUND GEBHARDT
Member of the "Lounge Bridge Club" A
weekend warrior A Jeopardy regular at 12:00
Plans marriage a few months after gradua-
tion "When you snooze, you lose."
DONALD J. GENSEMER
Diner Run Team 3.4 Three weeks late for
classes senior year Drove a Fiat and wrecked
an MG Founder of D.V.C. Dorm Club
Known for banana peel collection, petitions and
94%onG.R.E. "Ohmyback" Visited
crazy house with Paul.
GEORGE A. GEIGER III
BUD ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Is Geiger awake yet? Another horse man
Enjoys a good clothes sale Rode a red rooster
Frequently seen at Square Dances and other
night spots Took a weekend bus ride to
D.V.C. Transferred with Carl from Lycom-
TERENCE JAMES GRAY
"Gentlemen!" Has a real grasp of history
Commuter who dislikes pink tickets on his win-
dow Plans to stay in Bucks County, and leach
and farm on the side Fnjoys out-of-doors ac-
PAUL B. GROSS
Would like to teach Shoot the Bull #11 is his
favorite course Transfer from Cobleskill Ag.
and Tech. Quiet, intelhgent fellow.
Always has a smile Likes to play cards
Sometimes answered to the nickname Ace
Never worries about anything Hasn't missed
a 3:45 Reading in four years.
MARK JAY GLASER
BROOKLYN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Brooklyn accent is in Remember that certain
weekend on campus Can be found in the Hub
. . Member of the "Lounge Bridge Club" A
Jeopardy regular at 1 2:00.
WILLIAM ROBERT HARTMAN
THOMAS MICHEAL HAPP
Studied hard when a Freshman Likes spinach
and mash with beer . Asks many questions
Expects to go places after graduation Out-
scored a prof in Stump the Teacher game.
Will always remember being 1967"s M.V.P. for
Baseball Fine spirited wrestler who was al-
ways exciting to watch Hopes to receive Mas-
ters Degree in Marine Biology The voice of
the Aggie's football team Chris and Bill
1967 Has ventured places in his Mustang that
others wouldn't try.
Plans a career in sales OH! My Opel Kadett
Did those calves ever pay off? Frequent
visitor to North Jersey Lakes. Surf City and
Ocean City Felt guilty about buying Girl
Scout cookies and even more guilty eating them
JOHN A. HAWK
Strong silent type Shadow of Ray Hawkins
Always wears a grin "What do you think
RAYMOND DAVID HAWKINS
LOUIE DAIRY HUSBANDRY
Body beautiful Easier vacation at Daylona
Beach Intramural wrestling casualty The
gas man Thinks speed Umiis are a thing of the
past "Rally time, everybody party."
Denial School in the future Frequently seen
at college Mixers Rode a Honda 150 and
drove an Opel Kadell .Activities centered
around girls, smoking, and studving "What
ever happened to Block? "
JOSEPH E. HAYES, JR.
Always had trouble getting up for 8 o'clocks
Joe might eat at D.V.C. if they served food
Has the best disposition of any one we know — in
the morning He's a one girl man — at the
HOWARD REED HERITAGE
A real sports fan Known on campus for his
controversial columns in the school paper
"I'm puHing an all nighler" Enjoys a laugh
— remember the old hot dog trick Often seen
at Ed's in a discussion Relishes his off cam-
CALVIN BARCLAY HOOPES. JR.
BARK DAIRY HUSBANDRY
Outstanding freshman Class of "68 Spends
more time on farm than in the classroom
Already established in dairy farming before grad-
uation Arm wrestling 1,2,3,4 "Yea
LEON R.HOOVI R
Member of the Diner Run Team .^.4 One of
the select few to get an A in English lit Half
of the Huber-Hoover dynamic duo What's
that pink slip doing in his room?.'.' Frequent
visitor to Ocean City Will always be remem-
bered as the life of the party at Warrington Motel
Alias Stan Haw One of PhiUy's finest
Avid skier One of the occupants of Room 316
Ulman Hall in 1964 One of the Avengers
One of the newest U.S. citizens and an ace stu-
dent in Pol. Sci. Often seen heading toward
Philly in hisTriumph
CHARLES FRANKLIN HUBER
Diner Run Team 2,3,4; Captain 3,4 A Conti-
nental Weekend Drives 200 miles on week-
ends . , "I gotta get out of this place!" . . .
Sleeping award 2,3,4 Half of the Huber-
Hoover dynamic duo Three letter man.
JOHN EDWARD IRWIN
JOHN FOOD INDUSTRY
A Wolfson Hall freshman An F.L major who
plans to live in the woods ... A Timothy Drive
Senior Has a prize pill collection.
RICHARD A. JAMES
Plans marriage in summer of senior year H ad
influence on his brother's college career Is he
really Rick James? Never seen on campus
over the weekend
VAUGHN ALLAN JENKES
A future officer in the Air Force An avid fan
of all sports Frequently seen at Limekiln
Country Club Papered his room with action
photos from Sports Illustrated If the temper-
ature is above 30 Vaughn is probably golfing
"I was just about ready to hit him"
STEPHEN A. JANSON
Usually referred to as the crazy Mexican
Once thought that he was Chicken Man Vis-
its Shorties Takes good notes — ha!
GLENN D. JERRELL
A real nice guy who is not often seen without his
camera Enjoys good music Active in
many asf)ects of campus life "Treemendjous"
Enjoys sports, especially basketball.
BRLCE FREDRICK JENNY
COUSIN BRUCE^ DAIRY HUSBANDRY
Plans to attend graduate school A frequent
visitor to Kelly's What ever happened to that
maroon Mustang? Field trips to Port Jarvis
and New York City Remember Warrington?
Watch those Triumphs
A freshman Hoot-owl Roomed with Toke
and Rug Doesn't like "Sloppy Joes"
"Let's go hunting Randy" "Oh. we don't
have to go to that class" Had an outboard
motor on his bed.
TIMOTHY R. KAERCHER
RUG ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Why isn't it spelled like it's pronounced? His
chicken never made it back to the pen Fre-
quently seen with Rob Yul Brynner of fresh-
man class "Yea Man"
THOMAS H. KEHOE
frequents the N.B.I. A quiet (luy E-'njoys
8:00 classes Plans to work In Horticulture
Transfer student Enjoyed labs more than
classes, especially plant pathology.
ROY ORN.AMENTAL HORTICULTURE
A man of very few words Frequently seen in
library Wolfson Hall 1,2.
KEVIN LINDSAY KEIM
Known as Bones to his friends Often seen in
the Student Store and in the Micro lab Likes
lots and lots of potatoes "Hey Carl. I lost 10
pounds this weekend!!" "Now 1 have to rest
to go home next Friday" "I belter get permis-
sion to stay this weekend" "I'll be in bed by
RICHARD VINCENT KELLY
One of our tough eleven Philly guy who wants
to make a lot of money One of Josh"s boys
"This term paper should be pubhshed"
Enjoys a party.
PAUL ROBERT KIRY
Graduate school in the future Bar "M" regu-
lar Hangover Award 2 Began D.V.C.
dating service in junior year Tube Team 3,4
Been to Danboro Crazy House lately?
ROBERT FLOYD KERR
Landscape foreman Service and sales hold
future Hot Jocks One of the best dressed
men on campus A nice guy who enjoys a joke.
NICHOLAS J. KOHUT
NICK ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Trailer dweller Would like to work with cat-
tle Easy going married man "Meester!
Do you go to college?'"
DAVID ADE KOMOLAFE
Has a great attraction at Wayne, Pa. Plans to
return to Nigeria after graduation and work in
Ministry of Agriculture for the Government
Very quiet and studious.
DAVID BRUCE KORBOBO
DAVE FOOD INDUSTRY
Frequently seen at Kelly's Plans to enter the
Air Force Dislikes Saturday labs Known
to some as Datona Dave Had a basketball
court in his room "Don't bag yourself
RONALD STANLEY KOWALIK
Bio's quietest senior A 4 letter man in basket-
ball Very studious Plans graduate work
in Biochemistry . Wants to live alone.
WILLIAM GILBERT LITTON
Always has a joke Active guy who excelled in
RACK IV Large investor in Kelly's and
N.B.I. Plans to hit Florida shore May go
into agricultural research "Don't call me a
Graduate school for Microbiology Roomed
in Mandell Hall during senior year An avid
STAMP collector Doesn't like neighbors
who take soda bottles from windowsills . Tube
FRANCIS XAVIER McGOVERN
Moriah's Master owner and manager of
Frank's Handyman and Garden Service tran-
sient to North Wales.
CHARI.l.S J. MANNS
CHUCK ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Plans to work at Merck, Sharpc and Dohme
Completed his linal semester at Del Val although
he worked a 40 hour week Spent his mornings
in the library studying for tests Enjoys week-
end football games at home with a pair of six
WILLIAM T. MANNS
BILL FOOD INDUSTRY
Married during senior semester break Eats
lunch with Vinny Hopes to travel in Europe
in the future Can usually be found in the li-
brary Will one day be trying out for the U.S.
Olympic Ski Team Employment in the food
field and family making spotlight the future.
JOSEPH W. MEDEIROS
A married senior Worked at Doylestown
Hospital Plans to attend medical school
Broken towel rack resulted in a few stitches
Has good reason for lining hume on weekends.
FREDRICK A. MELLOR
The great white father of the chem. majors
Always a question to be asked A regular
D.V.C. commuter Very hard to satisfy
"Why not!" . . .
ROBERT K. MOCK
COWS DAIRY HUSBANDRY
Plans on going into dairy farming Music
Man of D.V.C. An off campus senior.
KEITH HAROLD MOUNTZ
"Study much for thai lest?" "Let's shoot a game
of pool" . . Was that the easiest way to lose your
Falcon? You sure had Gordon snowed under
When are you going to collect all those beers?
What's wrong with a hard working job?
Surprised his classmates by marrying - Very
studious Likes Saturday classes A com-
muter from across the street Works at night
and goes to class during the day
RAYMOND THOMAS MOZZER
RAY ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
One of the three musketeers Plans to become
a landscape architect Favorite moment in
college was crossing the exaulted one . Five
fingered floral shop.
RAYMOND A. MULLEN
Avid College defender and peacemaker Ter-
dy terd an' terd treet Dirty Dozen Hub
regular with Pete Frequentl> seen riding a
motorcycle around the parking lot.
RICHARD EDWARD NIEMCZYK
COW MAN DAIRY
Jumper cables are standard equipment on his car
Parks at the top of hills Spends his week-
ends and summers at DVC Preferred cows to
girls till junior year then switched back to cows
On campus award 1,2,3.4.5.
ROBERT C. O'BRIEN
Bar "M" regular Rickert's recruiter 409
to 289 Extended weekends with lots of sleep
Loud and fast.
RANDHL A. PEIFFER
I ovcs lo hunt Wants to be assistant Agrono-
my professor at D.V.C. Comes from Ligonier
Usually quiet but sometimes jumpy "Hi
Steve" "Hey Chuck"
13 hour train ride Sheep man All Ameri-
can Drinker and Smoker 126.96.36.199, Would
rather run than walk or ride "Shut the door
onyour way out."
THOMAS SAMUEL PATTI
FROG PRINCE FOOD INDUSTRY
Future plans include teaching Frequently
seen in the pool room Never had much luck
with Triumphs Hammers and cats just don't
go together Will always be remembered for
his parties at his apartment Learned how to
cook rice by moving off campus . . .
HENRY ORVILLE POWELL
HOP DAIRY HUSBANDRY
Remember October 21 Made daily trips to
Doylestown Hospital One of the Cock -
Fours Whatever happened to his motorcycle?
. . A tube man
LOUIS DOMENIC POLITO
A Reading Railroad weekend commuter
Plans to attend dental school Quiet and stu-
dious Frequently seen in the library Big
Brother in '68.
RAYMOND HARRY POTTER
RAY ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Graduate School or Air Force? Field trips to
Port Jarvis and New York City Mixer Team
2,3 Frequently seen in Kelly's with Dave and
JOSEPH B. PREDPELSKI
PRED FOOD INDUSTRY
Plans future study in Mortuary Science Picks
up people at the airport Almost got out of
summer term . Usually seen dressed in black
A weekend commuter with the Reading until
DONALD WILLIAM PYLE
Plans to farm Enjoys running his fiathead
Ford Lives off campus in his bachelors pad
Known for his "funny" jokes
EDWARD HENRY PROUT JR.
Take off the facial hair, it's time to register
"But Joe, I was just thinking about getting a hair-
cut this afternoon" "Wine, Women and Song
— I don't want to over do it, so I'll skip the song."
"Where the hell am I going to get 500 dol-
lars." "Let'sgo to theN. B.I. for breakfast."
DAVID A. REIFSNYDER
DAVE ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
B.N.O.C. Likes to vacation at Snookie's
Very interested in horses Didn't stretch the
sleeves of his converted T-shirts Spends much
time at Spear's "What good is it if it can't
touch the sides"
TODD MICHAEL REARDON
TODD ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Two quarts A Virginia boy who enjoys work-
ing with cattle Plans to visit the tropics in the
near future Will miss Farm 3
GREGORY JAMES RICH
Plans to go into golf course management
Would Hke to visit Canada Married Senior
Usually seen in his blue Valiant "Do
things right and you'll make out."
I 1 O^ I) PHII I ll'S RIlTliR
Books late in lounge quite often Takes unex-
pected trips to Bloomsburg Frequently visits
the Hub anil Bear's Bar Can't get enough o(
that Southern tried Chicken 13th in the na-
tion for his toe Frequently seen through the
uprights Known to some as the Chipmunk
EDWARD LEON ROSE
ROSEBUD ANIMAL Hl'SBANDRY
Weekend warrior and Flamingo dancer Likes
Corvettes and sick animals "Hey, back off"
Future plans Grad school
BURTONS. ROBBINS III
Mr. Deering's Assistant Plans to work for
Merck. Sharpe. and Dohme The Oyster Man
Likes folk music and plays the role . .
"Thanks lor the warning."
RICHARD EARL SCOTT
Very active in extracurricular activities although
he spends much time in the rack Would like
to visit South America Pet peeve is standing
in line Never on time for class.
ARTHUR JAMES RUSHNOCK
Found easily in Chuck's room Beware of tube
Likes things reiterated Dorm I clan
member Carried on advanced studies in apple
NICHOLAS BOHDAN SEMENICK
UKE DAIRY HUSBANDRY
Plans to teach following graduation Known
for his brushing technique Kept Dorm #1
awake at all hours with opera music The
Ukrainian national Roomed with the
CARL WILLIAM SINNER II
Bar "M" and N.B.I, regular Tube Team 3,4
Can't afford to work for Rickert's this week-
end Always picking on Donny Do Loyal
duck from Loyalsock No matter what shape
your stomach's in Member of Polar Bear
THOMAS ANDREW SHIVE
Remembers a record 48 yd. field goal in "62
laugh El espanol es muy intersantes . . .
Coach of Hort. B.
SAMUEL MONROE SIMMONS III
SQUAW MAN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Plans to take over horse farm Pet peeves in-
clude Joe and Saturday classes "That's about
cool" . . Seminole Sam's Rag Time Band.
RICHARD GLENN SMITH
DICK DAIRY HUSBANDRY
Never at a loss for female companions Will
never forget what's her name "Is George
awake yet?" Was that gray Peugeot cranked
up or cracked up.
JOSEPH A. SYLVANOVICH
Usually seen wearing a rubber apron Tall,
silent and hard working Often found working
late in the Chem. Labs Heading for graduate
WESLEY ERNEST STRAUB
Usually late for class with Mike The other
half of the B and S duo Much of senior year
spent collecting water samples Frequently
seen at the tennis courts.
DION KEITH SNYDIR
DION MORI IC Ul.TURF.
This country needs an Indian in Ihc White House
Cigars are aphrodisiacs Ap. mechanics is
his specialty Future plans include marriage
and a successful career in seed production
STEVEN ARTHUR TO ROK
Spends his weekends at Huntington Valley
Frequently seen in his VW Became a 12 cred-
it senior One of the Cock Fours.
VINCENT J. TANZOLA, JR.
Weekend commuter Plans to marry in the
summer Y. A. Tittle Will stay in local
area to work First man out in a Fire Drill.
RONALD VINCENT TOTTEN
Lead singer and drummer of the "Catalinas"
His moving sounds have sent more than one per-
son on a flowered trip Drives a green Austin-
Healy Main interest is girls.
JOHN FRANKLIN THOMPSON
Plans to attend graduate school Pet peeve in-
cludes confused women One of the more stu-
dious types on campus One of the boys from
Home is a little house trailer
Returning to the farm
Waiting for last
MICHAEL A. TRAZZERA
TRAZ FOOD INDUSTRY
"Have you got any back tests?" Classes don't
start until 9:30 or 10:00 o'clock Didn't tell to
many Italian jokes "What's the matter with
South Philly?" Beach and salt water ranks
second only to the rack when it comes to vacation
spots May 19. 1968. highlight of college ca-
reer . . Future includes employment in the food
MARTY ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Tall quiet guy Where is Womelsdorf?
Enjoys playing the band Graduate school
holds his future.
GEORGE GARDNER TUTTLE
Graduate study in Marine Biology Snow
bound in Florida Has a 4.0 collection . Off
campus and married May become a commer-
ROGER LEE VAN NOSTRAND
ROGER ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Plans to teach in New York State Pet peeves
include loud clothes Favorite moment in col-
lege was wedding day and classmates have been
concerned ever since.
NORMAN A. ULRICH
Off campus and married Easily spotted
speeding across campus in his V.W. Plans
graduate work at Temple 99% of rabid
cases from warm blooded animals Busy at
BARRY LEE UMBENHOWER
BARRY ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
That girl in the O.H. meeting really shook you up
Weekends at home: A MUST Did your
roommate always get up at 7AM? Marty
managed to study inspite of you and Keith
Going to hit the rack this afternoon.
ROGER VAN TEYENS
ROG ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
A vegetarian Animal Husbandry major Tak-
ing extra courses in Orchid House Production
Minnie HaHa's Big Aunt Dutchman "Mees-
ter! Do you go to College'"
FRANCIS ANTHONY VITELLI
ORNAMhNTAI HOR IK Ul.TURF.
A weekend warrior Frequently found m the
rack A model airplane builder Likes lots
of coffee Rough on his roommates
Known to break the tape at track meets Fre-
quently seen at college mixers Always where
the action is "Do the Do."
Had a bruising experience as a Freshman
Couldn't wait to go home on weekends . . . Likes
to read while sitting in a rocking chair.
ROBERT FRANCIS WHITMAN
BOB ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Usually can be found around horses Easy fun
loving guy Would like to write about travels
Has a long busy lunch hour.
LAR ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Donna's little man "Love those diamond
stick matches, they're cool" Always picking
on Barry Likes Maine.
STEPHEN JAMES WOOD
Will remember "Plush Housing" Hard work-
ing asset to our student government We want
a movie rerun Are all blind dates really blind
Remember the Old Crow
WAYNE M. WINNER
President who added dimension to the S.G.
Didn't like the way the dining hall was run
Gets a kick out of Maine Can usually be
found with Steve plotting the overthrow of the
Administration Near future includes mar-
riage and the Chevron Chemical Division of
Standard Oil of California.
MARK CONLEY WORCESTER
ANIMAL ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Plans to enter NavyOCS and then begin Quarter
Horse production Punctuality personified
"Well, when I was in Arizona according to my
past experience" Frequently seen in the
A commuter who spent as little time on campus
as possible Likes to tinker on his car
Usually puts off till tomorrow what could be done
GERALD J. HARTEIS
JERRY DAIRY HUSBANDRY
Very active student, always held a part time job
Frequently seen at Ed's Drove the
"Green Lizard" "Your kidding"
CHARLES H. ZEHNDER, JR.
CHUCK ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
Hey Art, let's go home!" Top coke can
collection on campus His room is the lounge
for the clan Would like to own a beef farm
RANDY A. HOLLOWBUSH
"The only thing 1 want to do is sleep!" "Let's
go to the Hub, Rod." "I don't care about
that." "Doesn't everyone Wke blond nurses?"
Has anybody "bumped" into Randy lately?
Member of the HOT JOCKS.
RICHIE ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
Oh! Really! One of the "Three Musketeers"
"Mezzeriana Snoretia" Likes knoclees
President of the Farm House.
"This memory brightens o'er the past
As when the sun concealed
Behind some cloud that near us
Shines on a distant field."
W, W. Longfellow
Adam, David C.
Agronom> Club 1,2,3.4; Soil Conservation Society 1.2.3.
Almen. Howard A.
125 Jefferson Ave., (ireen Brook. N.J.
224 Sherman St., Perth Ambov. N.J.
Circle K Club 1,2; Alpha Phi Omega 3.4, Vice-President 3; Publica-
tions 1.2.3. Publisher 3.
Box #71. Revere. Pa.
RDi/1. Bo.x i* 70. Perryopolis. Pa.
Agronomy Club 188.8.131.52. President 4; Delta Tau .Alpha 3.4; Soil Con-
servation Club 2.3.4; Circle K Club 2,3,4.
Beebe. David J.
Horticultural Society 2.3.4; Intramurals: Basektball 2.3.4; Delta Tau
Belden. Charles P.
Slocum Rd.. Hebron. Conn.
Agronomy Club 2.3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 4; Circle K Club 2.3.4; Intra-
murals: Basketball 1.2,3,4.
Bevan, Stephen .A.
I2S Bala Ave., Oreland. Pa.
Animal Husbandrs Club 1,2
3,4; Intramurals: Basketball 184.108.40.206.
Blevv. Jr.. Theodore G.
RD#I. Emmaus. Pa.
Agronomy Club 220.127.116.11; A-Day Representative 3.4; Glee Club 1,2.3.4;
Soil Conservation Society 18.104.22.168; Circle KClub 2.3.4. Secretary 2.3.4.
Blithe. Barry R.
701 CentrafAve., Primos, Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4. Vice-President 3. .A-Day Representa-
tive 3; Block and Bridle 1.2.3,4; Sports: Track I; Intramurals: Football
22.214.171.124. Volleyball 126.96.36.199. Baseball 1.2.3,4. Basketball 188.8.131.52.
Bobb. Walter H.
124 Signal Rd., Drexel Hill. Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 2,3,4: Glee Club 1,2,3; Delta Tau
Alpha 4; Student Government 3.4. Treasurer 4: CORNUCOPIA co-
Borden, Guy K.
Main St., Jacobstovsn, N.J.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1.
,3,4: Intramurals: Vollevball 1.2.
Brocklev. Donald B.
543 Locust St., Columbia. Pa.
Science Society 1.2.3,4; Glee Club 1.2.3; Sports: Baseball 1.2: Intra-
murals: Basketball 184.108.40.206.
Bross. III. Bernard P.
93 Norman Drive. Ramsey. N.J.
Horticultural Society 220.127.116.11; Sports
murals: Football 2.3.4.
Football I; Golf 18.104.22.168; Intra-
Brown, Michael A.
7 Eaeleston Lane, Old Greenwich. Conn.
Science Society 3.4; CORNUCOPIA staff.
Bull. Leroy K.
215 Decatur St.. Doylestown. Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 22.214.171.124: Judeina Team; Block and Bridle
Carlson, Edwin C.
17 McKinley St., Rowayton, Conn.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,
mitlee 2.3; Intramurals: Football 3,4.
,3.4, Secretary 4; A-Dav Com-
133 Eastern Ave.. Somerville. N.J.
Science Society 1.2,3.4; Sports: Golf 2; Intramurals: Football 2,4,
Collins. Jr.. Thomas W.
64 Prospect St.. Dover. N.J.
Student Affiliate American Chemical Society
Basketball 3; CORNUCOPIA.
Colson. John R.
325 North Easton. Willow Grove. Pa.
Horticultural Society 1.2,3.4; Intramurals: Bask<
Connolly. Robert A.
Sports: Football I; Intramurals: Football 2.3.4.
Conroy. James J.
146 Lincoln Rd.. Hempstead. N.Y.
Horticultural Society 126.96.36.199. Vice-President 4; American Society for
Horticultural Science National Treasurer 1967-68; Agronomy Club.
Cooney. Peter M.
807 Wayne .Ave.. Wyomissing, Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 2,3.4; Sports: Basketball 1.2; Intra-
murals: Basketball 2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2.
,4: Sports: Golf 1,2,3,4,
Cope, Frederick O.
442 S. Main St., Red Lion. Pa.
.■\ninial Husbandry Club 1,2; Varsity Club
Copley. Duane G.
Box 103. Hope. N.J.
Horticultural Society 188.8.131.52.
Corbett. Lloyd G.
71 Power Rd.. Middlebury. Conn.
Horticultural Society 184.108.40.206; Sports: Football 1, Wrestling 220.127.116.11.
Corbin. Jr., Frank C.
9635 Old Kummen Rd., Allison Park, Pa.
.Animal Husbandry Club 2,3.4. President 3,4; Delta Tau .Alpha 3,4;
Judging Team 3,4.
Cortelvou, Clifford H.
RD»l', Princeton. N.J.
Animal Husbandry Club 18.104.22.168. Program Chairman 4; Livestock
Judaine Team 3.4: Delta Tau Alpha 3.4!" President 4; CORNUCOPIA
Cunningham, John J.
326 Mt. Vernon St.. Lansdale. Pa.
Varsity Club 22.214.171.124; Sports: Basketball 1.2,3,4, Captain 4, Baseball 1.
Cusanno. Robert P.
35 Elm Lane. Levittown. Pa.
Science Society 126.96.36.199; Varsity Club 3.4; Sports: Golf 2,3,4; Intramur-
als: Football 4, Bowling 188.8.131.52. Secretary 4.
204 Stonehurst Dr.. Tenafly. N.J.
Science Society 2,3,4; Sports: Tennis 3,4.
3846 Conshohocken .Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Horticultural Society 1,2.3.4; Varsity Club 184.108.40.206. President 4; Sports;
Football 220.127.116.11. Baseball 1.3; CORNUCOPIA
Dodson. Darl H.
ll6Blough Rd..Fairless Hills. Pa.
Science Society 18.104.22.168; Intramurals: Footba
Dougherty. William M.
1019 Spruce Ave.. Pleasantville. N.J.
Science Society 22.214.171.124. Vice-President 4; .A-Da\ Committee 3,4; Pub-
161 Jacksonville Rd.. Lincoln Park. N.J.
■Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals: Football 2,3.4, Track I.
Dunscombe. Jr.. William E.
14 West Dr.. Livingston. N.J.
Varsity Club 1.2.3,4, Treasurer 4; Class Vice President 1.2.3. President
4; Student Government 4; Student Court Judge 4; Publications 3.4;
Sports: Baseball 1.2,3,4: CORNUCOPIA co-editor.
Eckstine, Jr., JohnT.
Spring Lane, Yardley. Pa.
School Statistician 1,2,3.
Edmunds, William J.
Ziealerville Rd., Spring Mount, Pa.
Food Industry Club r,2,3,4. Secretary 1,2, President 3.4; Delta Tau
Alpha 3.4; Class Secretary 4; Publications Editor 4; CORNUCOPIA.
Elam. Thomas D.
7264 Githens .Ave.. Pennsauken. N.J.
Horticultural Society 1.2,3,4; .Animal Husbandry Club 1; .Alpha Phi
Omega 1,2,3,4, President 3,4; Wrestling Manager 1.
Elias. James E.
239 Seventh Ave.. Bethlehem, Pa.
Block aiKl Brullctlub \.2.^A. Imramur.iK: Bowlini; ].:j. Baskclhall
Endriss. William ('.
29 Butler Blvd., BayvillcN..!.
Ornamenial Horlicullural Society 3,4; Science Society I; Band I; In-
tramurals: Basketball I.2..V4: Sports: Basketball 2.i. Baseball 1.2.
7 Browning PI., l.nl;ll^htown. N,J.
Horticultural Soci'clv 2. .'.4; Basketball manager 1,.'; Intramurals:
Basketball 1.2..^. VolicNball 2.3; Sports: Baseball 1, Track 3.4;CORN-
291 South Park Dr.. VVoodhndge. N .1.
Horticultural .Societ\ 2.3.4; \arsit\ Club 3.4; Basketball manager 2.3.
Kelton. .Ir . Robert E.
312 Berkshire Rd., (airless Hills. Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 126.96.36.199; Varsitv Club 188.8.131.52; Sports: Wres-
Ihng 184.108.40.206. Captain 4; Intramurals: SoYtball 1.2.3, Volleyball 2.3.
Ficca. Vincent (i
3-17 Summit Ave.. Fairlawn. N..I.
Food Industry Club 220.127.116.11. Secretary 3.4; Sports: lootball 1.2.
Flemer. John H.
Crol'ords Corner Rd.. Holmdel, N..1.
Ornamental Horitcultural Society 18.104.22.168. Vice-President 3.4; A-Day
Committec4; CORNUCOPIA SiafT.
Franchella. .Ir.. Joseph F.
16 St. James St.. Plains. Pa.
Horticultural Society 22.214.171.124: Class Vice-President 4; Sports: Football
126.96.36.199. Baseball 1.2.'3.4.
Funt. Richard C.
R.D. #1. BIglerville. Pa.
Horticultural Societ\ 188.8.131.52. Secretary 3. President 4; Glee Club 1.2.
3.4. Secretary 3. President 4; Circle KClub 1.3; Band 1.2; Delta Tau
Alpha 3.4. Treasurer 4; Student Government 3.4.
Furman. Edward T.
1 77 Strayer St.. Johnstow n. Pa.
Horticultural Society 2.3.4; Intramurals Representative 4; Sports:
Basketball 1.2; Intramurals: Football 184.108.40.206. Basketball 3.4.
Gansky. Carl H.
229 Walnut Hill Lane. Havertown Pa.
Food Industry Club 1.2,3.4; Intramurals: Football 220.127.116.11, Basketball
1.2,3,4, Softball 1,2,3,4.
Garvey. Joe D.
2401 Rudy Rd.. Harrisburg, Pa.
Agronomy Club 1,2.3.4.
Gebhardt. Jack E.
R.D. #3. Box # 365. Nazareth. Pa.
Horticultural Society 2.3,4; Dairy Society 1; Intramurals: Basketball
Geiger. III. George A.
868 Hollywood Circle. Williamsport. Pa.
Judging Team 4; CORNUCOPIA Staff,
Gensemer. Jr.. Donald J.
706 Linwood St.. New Cumberland. Pa.
Science Society 18.104.22.168; Alpha Phi Omega 3,4; Photography Club 3,4;
Publications 3,4; Intramurals: Football 1,2,3,4, Softball 1,2.3,4, Wres-
tling 1,2.3,4; CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Ginople. Charlia M.
124 Spruce Rd.. Riegels
1158 East 14thSt.. Brooklyn. N.Y.
Animal Husbandry Club 22.214.171.124; Intramurals: Softball 126.96.36.199. Basket-
Gray. Terence J.
Box'57. Dublin. Pa.
Horticultural Society 2.3.4; Soil Conservation Society 188.8.131.52. Chapter
Secretary 2,3,4; Delta Tau .Mpha 2,3,4; Intramurals: Bowling 1.2.
Gross. Paul B.
1887Pittsfield Rd., Castleton, N.Y.
Horticultural Society 3,4; Agronomy Club 1,2; Publications: 1,2; In-
Gurbarg. Michael T.
583 Alburger Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Science Society 2.3.4.
Happ. Thomas M.
Box93, New Britain, Pa.
Science Society 1,2,3.
Bo.\ 186. R.D. !(/l, Ebensburg, Pa.
Dairy Society 1,2,3,4, Intramural Representative 2. Treasurer 3. Judg-
ini! Team 4; Student Government 1 ; Alpha Phi Omega 3; Sports; Cross
Country I; Intramurals: 1,2,3,4; Publications 3; CORNUCOPIA
Hartman, William R.
904 Dewey Place, Fairlawn. N.J.
Sports: Football. Baseball 184.108.40.206. Captain 3.4. Wrestling 1.2.3,4, Cap-
Hasselbauer. Robert C.
105 New England Ave.. Summit. N.J.
Hawk. John A.
25 East Washington St., Slewartsville. Pa,
Dairy Society 1 .2.3.4: Sports: Wrestline 220.127.116.11; Intramurals: Football
Hawkins. Raymond D.
WorthingtonMill Rd.. Ivyland. Pa.
Dairy Society 18.104.22.168; Band 22.214.171.124; Intramurals: Wrestling 1,2,3,4.
Hayes, Jr., Joseph E.
2391 Riverside Terrace, Manasquan. N.J,
Heritage. Howard R.
Box 64, Richwood. N.J.
Horticulture Society 1,2,3,4; Publications 2,3.4; Intramurals: Football
3,4, Baseball 3.4; Sports: Basketball 1,2.
Hollowbush. Randy .'\.
Oak Terrace Apartments, Doylestown, Pa.
Agronomy Club 126.96.36.199,
Hoopes, Jr.. C. Barclay
Dairy Society 1.2,3,4; Agronomy Club 1; Delta Tau Alpha 3.4; Judg-
ing Team 4; Intramurals: Volleyball 1.
Hoover. Leon R.
2035 West High St.. Haddon Heights, N.J.
Food Industry Club 1.2. President 2; Class Treasurer 3.4; Publications
4; Intramurals: Softball 2. Football I; Sports: Track 1; CORNUCO-
4943 North 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa,
Science Society 1.2.3,4; Intramurals: 1,2,3,4.
Huber, Charles F.
8 Sycamore Rd,. Levittown. Pa.
Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; Circle K Club 2,3; Intramurals: Basket-
ball 1,2.3. Softball 1.2.3,4, Football 1,2,3,4; CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Irwin, John E.
300 Deanhurst Ave.. Camp Hill. Pa.
Food Industry Club 1.2.3,4; A-Day Representative 3; A-Day Commit-
tee 3; Delta Tau Alpha 3.4; Band 1,2,3,4; Intramurals: Bowling 1.
James. Richard A.
368 Chestnut .Ave.. Kingston, Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 1.2,3,4; Black and Bridle Club 3.4; Intramur-
als: Football 3,4.
Janson, Stephen A.
4521 Brigantine Ave.. Brigantine. N.J.
Jenkes. Vaughn A.
13 Reynolds St,. Pittston, Pa.
Ornarnental Horticultural Society 2,3,4; Intramurals; Football 1.2,3,4,
Volleyball 1,2,3.4. Softball 1.2,3,4; CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Jenny, Bruce F.
526 Riverview Rd., Pompton Lakes. N.J.
Dairy Society 188.8.131.52. President 4; A-Day Committee 3.4. Secretary
4- Delta Tau Alpha 4; Photography Club 1.2. Vice-President 2: Judg-
ing Team 4; Intramurals: Football 1 .2,3; CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Jerrell. Glenn D.
R.D. #2, Box 207 Mt. Pleasant. Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1.2.3,4; Varsity Club 1,2; Publica-
tions 1,2; A-Day Committee 2,3; Sports; Basketball 1,2; Delta Tau
Alpha 3,4; CORNUCOPIA co-editor.
Kaercher, Timothy R.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 3.4; Food Industry Club 1.
Kalmbacher, Robert S.
Fairville Road, R.D. #1. Chadds Ford, Pa.
.Agronomy Club 184.108.40.206. .Activities Chairman 3,4, A-Day Chairman 2;
,A-Dav Committee 1.2; Delta Tau Alpha 4; Intramurals 1,2,3.
2550 Church Rd.. Glenside, Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1 .2,3.4.
Kehoe, Thomas H.
420SkyviewDr., York. Pa.
Horticultural Society 2,3,4.
Keim, Kevin L.
1 15 Stewart Ave., Arlington, N.J.
Science Society 1,2,3,4, Committee Chairman 3, President 4; Ameri-
can Institute of Biological Sciences Student Chapter Co-ordinator;
Varsity Club 1,2; Sports; Tennis 1.2.
3562 Queen St.. Philadelphia 29, Pa.
Horticultural Society 1,2.3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Sports: Track 1,2,
3, Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4.
Kerr. Robert F.
5 Yarmouth Lane. Media, Pa.
Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; Ornamental Horticultural Society 2,3,4;
Intramurals 1,2,3.4; Sports: Football 1; CORNUCOPIA.
Kiry, Paul R.
46l5ASt., Philadelphia. Pa.
Science Society 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Class Treasurer 2; Sports: Cross
Country 1,2,3.4, Track 2,3: CORNUCOPIA Staff.
259 Thompsonville Rd., McMurray, Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Judging Team 4;
Intramurals: Football 1,2, Softball 1,2.
Komolafe. David A.
Agronomy Club 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 2,3.
Korbobo. David B.
61 Main St.. Bloomsbury, N.J.
Food Industry Club 220.127.116.11. Intramural representative 3,4; Intramur-
als; Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2.3.4. Softball 1.2.3,4, Volleyball 1,
Kowalik, Ronald S.
74 Washington St., Harrison, N.J.
Varsity Club 1.2,3,4; Sports; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track I; Tennis 2.
Litton, William G.
R.D. #l,Phillipsburg. N.J.
Horticultural Society 2,3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 3.4; Intramurals: Soft-
ball 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4.
Lockridge. William C.
353 Center Ave.. Runnemede, N.J.
Science Society 2,3,4; Secretary 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3,4, Treasurer 4.
64 North St., Bloomsburg, N.J.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; A-Day Dance Committee;
Sophomore Concert Committee.
Manganiello. Richard N.
10 Lewis Dr., Randolph, Mass.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,2,3.4; Delta Tau Alpha 4; Sports:
Crosscountry 1; CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Manns. Charles J.
Landisville, Rd., Doylestown, Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4.
Manns, William T.
R.D #2, New Hope, Pa.
Food Industry Club 1 ,2,3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 3,4.
Medeiros. Joseph W.
16 East Mulberry Ave.. Pleasantville, N.J.
Circle K. Club 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3.
Mellor, Frederick A.
7 Decou Dr., Morrisville, Pa.
Mock, Robert K.
415 Washington St., Royersford. Pa.
Dairy Society 1,2,3,4, A-Day Chairman 4; Soil conservation Society 1;
Band 1,2,3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 4; Intramurals: Football 1,2,3,4, Vol-
leyball 1,2, Softball 1.2,3,4. Wresthng 2.
Mountz, Keith H.
131 East Kothbt., Kobesonia. Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4: Delta Tau
Alpha 3,4; Intramurals: Basketball 2,3,4, Volleyball 2,3,4.
Mover. Kermit S.
705 East Butler .\ve.. New Britain, Pa.
Agronomy Club 1,2,3,4; Sports: Wrestling 1,2,3.
Mozzer, Raymond T.
983 Main St., Manchester Conn.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,2.3,4; Contemporary Club 4; Stu-
dent Government 2; A-Day Flower show Adviser 4; Sports: Track 1 .
Mullen, Raymond A.
206Cosman St.. Westwood, N.J.
Animal Husbandry Club 1; Ornamental Horticultural Society 2,3,4;
Intramurals; Football 1,2,3.
Neiss. John A.
13 Duke St.. New Brunswick. N.J.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 2,3,4; Contemporary Club 3,4,
Vice-President 4; Circle K Club 1,2, Vice-President 2; CORNUCO-
Niemczyk. Richard E.
519 Lingwood Ave., Bound Brook, N.J.
Dairy Society 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Intramurals: Softball 2, Wrestling
O'Brien, Robert C.
421 North Lafayette Ave.. Morrisville Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 1,2; Del-
ta Tau Alpha 3,4; Sports: Cross Country 1,2,3; CORNUCOPIA.
Oppenheimer. Wayne R.
Skyline Trail. Chester. Mass.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Block and BridleClub3,
4; Sports: Cross Country 1.2,3,4. Captain 4. Track 1.2,3; Intramurals:
Patti, Thomas S.
543 Elder Ave.. Phillipsburg, N.J.
Food IndustryClub 18.104.22.168; Intramurals: Basketball 1.2, Football 1,2.
R.D. #l.Ligonier. Pa.
Agronomy Club 1,2,3,4; Soil Conservation Society 2,3,4; Circle K
Cfub 2,3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 3.4; Intramurals: Football 1,2,3,4, Volley-
Polito, Louis D.
1020 FitzwaterSt., Philadelphia, Pa.
Science Society 1,2,3,4; Sports: Crosscountry 1; Intramurals: Softball
1.2. Basketball 1.2.
Potter. Raymond H.
1 12 Prospect St., E. Stroudsburg, Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 3,4; Intra-
murals: Football 1,2.3.4; CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Powell. Henry O.
72 Tilbury Rd.. Salem. N.J.
Dairy Society 1,2,3; Circle K Club 1.2.3; Intramurals: Basketball 1,3,
4, Football 1,2. Baseball 1.2.
1458 Mt. Ephraim Ave.. Camden. N.J.
Food Industry Club 1,2,3,4; Sports: Football 1. Baseball 1; Intramur-
als: Basketball 1,2,3,4.
Prout, Jr., Edward H.
172 Russel Drive, Southampton, Pa.
Pyle. Donald W.
2906 Harrison St., Wall, N.J.
Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; Circle K Club 3.4. Vice-President 3; Del-
ta Tau Alpha 4; Intramurals: Basketball 1,2, Softball 1.2.
Reardon, Todd M.
Box 41. R.F.D. #3, Mineral, Va.
Block and BridleClub 1,2,3,4; Publications 4; Intramurals; Football 1,
Reifsnvder, David A.
207 Harvard Blvd.. Reading. Pa.
Animal Husbandrv Club 1, 2. .'.4; Intramurals
3.4. Basketball 3.4".
Volleyball 2J. Football
Rich, Gregory J.
The Driftway. Byrani.Conn.
Agronomy Club 1. 2. .''.4: .Soil Conservation Society 1,2,3.4; Delta Tau
Ritter, Floyd P.
Indian Run Rd.. Avondale. Pa.
Varsity Club 2.3,4; Sports: Football 1.2,3,4.
Robbins, Burton S.
Main St.. Dorchester. N.J.
Science Society 1.4; Contemporary Club 3,4; Publications 2,3, Editor
10 Woodhill Drive, Maplewood, N. J.
BkK'k and Bridle Club 3,4; Intramural:
Softball 1,2,3.4, Football 1,2,
Rushnock, Arthur J.
222 Avenue A, Latrobe, Pa.
Horticultural Society 2,3.4; Delta Tau Alpha 3.4; Sports: Track 2.3.4.
Scott. Richard E.
482 Salem Rd., Union, N.J.
Horticultural Society 2,3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 3,4, Secretary 4; Con-
temporary Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, .Animal Husbandry
Club 1; Intramurals: Bowling 2.
Semeniuk, Nicholas B.
281 Caldwell Ave., Paterson. N.J.
Dairy Society 1 .2.3,4; Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4; 1 ntramurals: Football
1.2. Basketball 1,2.
Shive, Thomas A.
545 Park Place. Bethlehem. Pa.
Horticultural Society 22.214.171.124; Sports: Football 1.2. Baseball 1.2; Intra-
murals: Football 3,4. Basketball 3,4.
Simmons. Ill, Samuel M.
R.D. #1, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 126.96.36.199; Block and Bridle Club 1.2,3.4; Delta
Tau Alpha 4; Intramurals: Football 3.4.
Sinner. II. Carl W.
R.D. #1. Williamsport, Pa.
Science Society 2.3.4. Special Events Chairman 3. Freshman Customs
Committee 4; Intramurals: Football 2,3.4. Softball 2,3,4.
Smith, Richard G.
Star Route #2, Shippensburg. Pa.
Dairy Society 1 .2.3.4. Program Chairman 2,4; Judging Team 2.3,4;
GleeClub 1,2; Class President 1,2,3; Student Government l,2,3,4,Sec-
retary4; A-Day Committee 1.2,3.
Snyder, Dion K.
R.D. Bo.\ 12, Swedesboro. N.J.
Horticultural Society 188.8.131.52.
Straub. Wesley E.
305 South 4th St.. North Wales. Pa.
Science Society 2,3.4; Sports: Tennis 3,4; CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Sylvanovich. Jr.. Joseph A.
213CedarSt.. Exeter, Pa.
Science Society 1,2,3.4.
Tanzola, Jr., Vincent J.
64 Elm Lane, Levittown, Pa.
Horticultural Society 2,3,4; Sports: Football 1,2,3.
Thompson, John F.
R.D. #1. Wyalusing. Pa.
Horticultural Society 2.3,4. Treasurer 3; Circle K Club 2.3.4. Treasur-
er 2.3.4; Delta Tau Alpha 3.4, Vice-President 4; Intramurals: Football
Torok. Steven A.
Fowlers Mills Rd.. Chardon. Ohio.
Agronomy Club 1,2,3,4; Soil Conservation Society 1,2.3,4; Circle K
Club 2,3,4. President 3; Dairy Society 2; Delta Tau Alpha 3.4; Inler-
club Council 3; A-Day Committee 2; Intramurals: Basketball 2,3,
Traino, John T.
246Church St., Moorestown, N. J.
Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 3,4.
Trazzera, Michael A.
1 736 Rilner St., Philadelphia. Pa.
Food Industry Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Varsity Club 2.3,4, Secretary
3,4; Class Secretary I; Sports: Football 1,2,3,4.
Troutman, Martin F.
R.D. #1, Womelsdorff, Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4, Treasurer 2,
SecTetary 3, President 4; Glee Club 1 ,2.3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 3,4. Re-
porter 4; IntcrclubCouncil 4; CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Tuttle, George G.
Sheridan Ave., Vineland. N J.
Ulrich, Norman A.
332 West Lincoln Hwy., Penndel, Pa.
Umbenhower, Barrv L.
212 Gerry St., Reading, Pa.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1,2,3,4, President 4; Delta Tau Al-
pha 3.4; IntcrclubCouncil 4.
Van Nostrand. Roger L.
Mill St.. Phelps. N.Y.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 2; Glee Club 2; Delia Tau Alpha 4.
Van Teyens. Roger
657 Stone Town Rd.. Ringwood. N.J.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Judging Team 3,4; Soil
Conservation Society 2.
Vitelli, Francis A.
Ramey Rd., Middlesex, N. J.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 3,4; Sports: Football 1,2; Intramur-
als: Softball 3,4, Bowling 3; CORNUCOPIA.
1 76 Memorial Parkway, New Brunswick, N.J.
Ornamental Horticultural Society 2,3,4; Intramural Representative 4;
Alpha Phi Omega 2.3,4, President 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President
3,4; A-Day Committee 3.4; Varsity Club 184.108.40.206; Sports: Crosscoun-
try 1.2,3.4. Captain 4. Track 1,2,3,4. Captain 4.
Walsh, Harry S.
60 Petunia Ave., Willingboro, N.J.
Horticultural Club 2.3,4; Animal Husbandry Club 1 ; Delta Tau Horti-
cultural Club 2,3,4; Animal Husbandry Club 1; Delta Tau Alpha 3,4;
A-Day Representative 4; Intramurals Basketball 1,2.3,4; CORNUCO-
Wellings, Lawrence E.
Box 88, R.D. # 1 , Kintnersville. Pa.
Whitman. Robert F.
Box 36. R.D. #. Pottstown. Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2.3.4; Glee Club 1.2.
Whitesell. Larry F.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals: Football 1,2,3,4, Soft-
Centerton, Rd.. Moorestown. N. J.
Agronomy Club 1,2,3,4; Soil Conservation Society 1,2,3,4; Vice Presi-
dent 3; Student Government 1,2,3,4, President 4; Circle KClub I;
Prom Committee; A-Day Committee 2,3, Treasurer 3.
Wood. Stephen James
220 Mt. Vernon Ave.. Haddonfield. N.J.
Horticultural Society 1 .2,3,4; Student Government 2,3.4, Vice Presi-
dent 4; Delta Tau Alpha 3,4; IntcrclubCouncil President 4; Homecom-
ing Committee 4, CORNUCOPIA Staff.
Worcester. Mark C.
530 Ryders Lane. East Brunswick. N.J.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4, Program Chairman 4; Horse Clinic
Committee; Sports: Track 1.
Zehnder. Jr., Charles H.
Perry Highway, Wexford, Pa.
Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4; Block and Bridle Club 1,2.3.4; Publi-
Totten, Ronald V.
Ellisdale Rd.. Allentown, N.J.
Agronomy Club 1.2,3.4.
MR. JOSEPH E. FULCOLY
Dean of Students
MR. ROBERT M. SAUER
Assistant to the Dean of
DR. GEORGE E. TURNER
Dean of College
MR. JOHN P BURKHARD
MR. ROBERT McCLELLAND
Assistant to Director of
MR. ALLAN C. HARTLEY
Director of Admissions
Board of Trustees
L. TO R. Samuel M. Golden: Joseph L. Krauskuii. I icii L. Rusenblooni.
David Levin; Leon L. Berkowitz; James Work; Morris H. Goldman,
Chairman; Elsie Bellield; Samuel P. Mandell; Sydney K. Allman, Jr.; Joel
Hillman II; William H. Merz; Fred H. Weigle.
MR. EDWARD MARTIN
Chairman of Business Administration
Special Instructor of Economics
MR. JOSEPH S. MORELLI
Instructor of Business Administration
MR. GERALD HANDLER
Instructor of Business Administration
DR ELLERY FRENCH
Chairman of Biology Department
MR. LIONEL ADELSON
Chairman of Division of Science
DR. FRANK HOWLAND
Assistant Instructor of Biology
MR. RONALD DEERING
Assistant Professor of Biology
MR DONALD IGELSRUD
I nstructor of Biology
DR. PAUL BOWEN
Professor of Biology
DR. JOHN MERTZ
Instructor of Biology
DR. JAMES POWELL
Assistant Professor of Biology
DR. ROBERT ORR
Chairman of Chemistrv
MR. HARRY BLUM
Instructor of Chemistry
^f* ^ /
DR. JESSE ELSON
Professor of Chemistry
MR RICHARD LUGAR
I nstructor of C hemistry
DR. EDWARD GOLDBERG
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
MR. RICHARD DOMMEL
.Assistant Professor of Chemjstrv
MR. WESLEY McCULLOUGH
Instructor of Chemistry
DR. CLINTON R. BLACKMAN
Associate Professor of Plant Sciences
DR. JOSHUA FELDSTEIN
Chairman, Division of Plant Sciences
MR. WALTER E. WOOD
Assistant Professor of Horticulture
DR. DAVID BLUMENFIELD
Associate Professor of Horticulture
MR. JOHN HOWELL
Instructor of Horticulture
MR. JEROME L. FRECON
Instructor of Horticulture
MR. FRANK GRAU
Instructor of Floriculture
MR. FREDERIC BLAU
Chariman of Ornamental Horticulture
Professor of Landscape Design
MR. ABRAHAM RELLIS
Instructor of Floriculture
MR. DAVID BENNER
Instructor of Ornamental Horticulture
DR PHILLIP CRALL
Assistant Professor of Agronomy
DR JULIAN PRUNDEANU
Chairman of Agronomy
Associate Professor of Agronomy
DR. GEORGE TURNER
Chariman of Food Industry
MR. BYRON ERASER
Assistant Professor of Food Industry
MR. JOHN BARNES
Assistant Professor of Food Industry
A nimal Sciences
DR TIBOR PELLE
Chairman of Animal Husbandry
MR. LEE A. WAGNER
Assistant Instructor of
Chairman. Division of Animal Sciences
DR. CHARLES C. CONOVHR
Instructor of Poultrv Pathology
MR. FREDT. WOLFORD
Instructor of Agricultural Mechanics
MR. CHESTER W RAUGHT
Instructor ofDairv Husbandry
DR. JAMES M. KEITH
Assistant Professor of Animal Sciences
MR. TIMOTHY FOLEY
Instructor of English
MR WILLIAM ,1 U ATKINS
Inslruclor of Enalish
MR WILLIAM P. ANDERSON
Assistant Instructor of English
MR FRANCIS J. LAWRENCE
Instructor of Enelish
MR WILLIAM J MUIR
Assistant Instructor of English
MR JAMES POPHAM
Associate Professor of Mathematics
MR. FRANCIS HOfSTAEDTER
Instructor of Physics and Mathematics
MR. ALLAN HARTLEY
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
MR. RICHARD KILTIE
Instructor of Mathematics
MR JOHN MAHONEY
Instructor of Mathematics
DR. RICHARD ZIEMER
Instructor of General Studies
DR. PETER CLICK
Professor of General Studies
MR. WILLIAM MULLER
Instructor of Psychology
MR. JAMES GOR[K)N
Instructor of General Studies
MR. JAMES O'REILLY
Special Instructor of Art
MR. REGINALD FORBES
Special Instructor of Woodlot Management
MRS. HELEN BUCKMAN
Special I nstructor of Music
MRS. EDITH PRUNDEANU
Special Instructor of German
MR. JOHN DUNPHY
Special Instructor of Music
MR. NED A. LINTA
Chairman of the Division ol Health Services. Physical Education
and Director of Intramurals
MR JOHN SILAN
Head Coach of Baseball and Basketball
MR. WILLIAM CRAVtR
Head Coach of Football, Wrestling, and Track
Assistant Professor of Physical Education
Secretary to the Registrar
Secretary to the Dean of Students
CAROLYN J MILHEIM
JOHANNA C. KEUNECKE
Supervisor of Housing
MfgW^'lM ' wtl H'Al
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FRONT ROW (L-R): H. W. Craver, Head Coach. Harry M. Capozzoli.
Warren H. Hitz, Theodore J. Cottrell, Floyd P. Ritter Dennis R. Dobro-
wolski, Richard V. Kelly (Capt.), Joseph F. Franchella. Michael A. Traz-
zera, John N. Nice, W. Dennis Lamm, Gary R. Lehman, William J. Muir,
ass't coach. SECOND RO W Joseph Urban, James H. Branch, Arthur J.
Smith, Gregg T. Thompson, Patrick M. Day, John J. DulTy, Gregory J.
Scott, David L. Belfatti, Frank S. Angelini, Robert L. Jones, Stanley A.
Sitarski, Steven J. Peters. THIRD ROW: Joseph G. Morelli, James A.
Douglass, Eugene F. Wallace, Joseph R. Brook, Dennis K. Shank, James
M. Smith, C. Donald Stump; Wayne Mehalick, Gregory J. Plotts, Ronald
R. Timko, Joseph A. Carroll, Michael J. Hannan, Ben Di Francesco.
FOURTH RO W: Chris F. Bockrath, George Umholtz Jr. Alex W. Vargo,
James C. Lerew, William H. Thorne, Jerome Virostek, Donald L. Chance,
Frederick C. Janotti, Glen B. Hawkswell, Paul E. Cooper, Steve E. Dep-
pen, Michael Merner. FIFTH ROW Ned A. Linta, A.D., Leonard Di
Giantamasso, Robert A. De Marco, Gregory Ehrenzeller, Benjamin A.
Harvey, James Fullin, Larry J. Hare, Richard W. Russell, Robert M. Piz-
zoli, John W. Waleski. student mgr., David D. Smith, John Silan, Sports
Moravian College 28
Upsala College 6
Wilkes College 14
Swarthmore College 21
Albright College 10
Ursinus College 14
Nichols College 8
Lycoming College 30
Head Coach, H . W. Craver
. . . Charge
Under the direction ofH. W. Craver and his staff, the Aggies fin-
ished 4th in the Northern Division of the Middle Atlantic Confer-
ence with a record of 6 wins and 2 losses, losing the two games b\
a total of eight points. The Aggies went on to win their last five
contests in a row. setting or tying 41 indnidual and team records
and ranking 10th in the Lambert Bow 1 voting.
Captain Richard Kelh and five of his teammates were selected as
All-M.A.C. They were .seniors Dennis Dobrowolski. Mike Traz-
zera, and Floyd Ritter, and juniors John Nice and Ted Cottrell.
Sophomore quarterback Ron Timko became D.V.C.'s .second
Maxwell .Award recipient in concluding a fine season.
" But now my task is smoothly-
done . I can fly. or I can run."
The Aggie Harriers under their new
Head Coach Lee DeTurk posted a rec-
ord of two wins and eight losses. This
performance does not show the true
potential of the squad since it consists
primarily of promising freshmen and
sophomores. The team had outstanding
performances from Captain Wayne
Oppenheimer and Captain-elect Lee
Coach Lee D. DeTurk
Sends D. V. C.
L-R. ROW I: Mars Seiferth, Bob McEntee, Capt. John Cunningham, Sam lancale, Tom Wentzel, Ken
Schoenberg. ROW 2: Gregg Teeple, Ron Kowalik, Matt Reisen. Don Sechler. Bill Eisei, Ken Chubb, Dan
Go.. Go. Go. . Go!!!
Says, "Sit Down,
You Hot Dog!"
Coach John Silan's hoopsters surprised the Middle
Atlantic Conference by finishing third in the Northern
Division race and earning a spot in the M.A.C. Play-
offs at Albright. The team compiled an over-all log of
14-6, the best mark ever posted by an Aggie basket-
Don Sechler, the 6"9'" freshman center, made his pres-
ence felt in his initial year by scoring 408 points, more
than any other player in the history of the school, and
tied junior Bill Eisel for the rebounding crown with
317. also a record. Senior forward Ron Kowalik had a
fine all-around season to end his career. The only oth-
er senior was Captain John Cunningham, whose spirit
and dedication to the team was instrumental toward
the Aggies attaining their first winning season in 12
Coach — John Silan
Capt. Bob Felton
Assl. Coach Mike Manucci
Coach H . W. Craver
Steve Peters '69
The varsity wrestling squad, under the leadership of H. W,
Craver and Senior Captain Bob Felton, finished the season
with a record of 3 wins, 4 losses and 2 ties.
Senior heavyweight, Lloyd Corbett, ended his career with a
record of 8 wins, and 1 loss giving him an overall record of
20 wins, 6 losses and 1 tie. He also set many M. A. C. rec-
ords, the most impressive being 10 consecutive victories.
Bob Felton finished his career with a 5-4 season and injected
much spirit and determination into his teammates.
Although Senior John Hawk was a late starter, his steadi-
ness and perseverence was invaluable and added much sta-
bility to the team.
Pitchers and Catchers
L-R: ROW I. W. Dunscombe. D. Sechler. R. Timko. ROW 2. R. McEntee. J. Douglas, C. Bockrath, W. Ebner, E.
L-R: /?OM'/, J.Nice.T. Went/el. P. Day. ROW
.r Franchella, D.
The baseball team due to a surprising lack of hitting
did not reach the high preseason expectations. The
pitching was excellent. Senior Bill Dunscombe ended
his career with 3 wins and no losses. Sophomore Ron
Timko averaged a strikeout an inning and freshman
Bob MacEntee threw a no-hitter at Susquehanna
University. Senior John Cunningham also added
some fine play in right field for the Aggies.
The batting leaders were M.V.P. John Nice with a
318 ave. and freshman Tom Wentzel who hit 31 1.
Despite early season losses, Coach Silan's Aggies fin-
ished with an overall record of 10 and 4 and a league
mark of 5 and 4.
Is Going . . . Going
It Is Gone!!!
L-R: J. Cunningham, J. Douglass, W
Hitz, M. Seiferth, W. Roth.
HEAD COACH JohnSilan
Shot Put Record
L-R: ROW I. ]. Little, G. Scott, E. Grunow, A.
Rushnock, R. Jucha. ROW 2. W. Rightler, T. Cot-
trell, J. Duffy, W. Eisel, J. Gebhardt, J. Monfardini,
The track team, under Head Coach H.W. Craver, ended
the season with a record of three wins and three losses. This
record could have been improved but the weather proved a
setback with three meets being rained out.
Although seven .Aggie records were set during the season.
the M.A.C. Championships turned out to be what the team
was waiting for. Junior Ted Cottrell broke the M.A.C. shot
put record with a throw of 51 feet. Junior Dana Miller was
second in the discus and Wayne Oppenheimer finished third
in the half-mile. The Aggies finished in a well earned 8th
place out of 27 teams. With many Juniors and Sophomores
returning, next year will definitely be a great year for
i-/?.->?0»'/. H. HLTKicrsnn, I ^imng, I) VSiyncrS I jichaw. /?0 ff 2. L. Hegyes, J.
Wood. D. Morrow, D. Smilh. W. Oppenheimcr, G. Green.
L-R:ROW I. R. Jucha, D. Smith, L. Hegyes, D.Wagner
The golf team didn't come close to what was expected of them
possibly due to the moving of the home course to champion-
ship Doylestown Country Club. Sophomores Bob DeMarco
and Joe Griffin were the point producers for the team with
DeMarco being selected as Most Valuable Player. Senior cap-
tain Fred Cope, seniors Bob Cusanno and Ed Furman, and
junior Larry Golley were the other four starters for the team.
Backing the starting team were seniors Dennis Dobrowolski,
Vaughn Jenkes, Mike Trazzera, and freshman Don Chance.
Take The Flag
Out Caddie '
3 1/2 Susquehanna 5 1/2
Having no lull-time coach, nor any seniors, plus a few strong
opponents, proved to be the downfall for this year's tennis team.
Junior Captain. Walt Schaaf, guided the team to a record of two
wins and six losses. Walt was backed up by Don Stump, Ken
Goldsmith, and Gary Philco. The coming season could prove to
be a great one for Aggie tennis fans.
L-R ROiV 1: N. Hayes, J. Matejik, N. EUenberger. P. Doraiswamy, G. Richards, J. Thomas,
W. Cramerer III. ROW 2: B, Davis, B. Parsons, C. Pfitzenmayer, R. Mover. B. Shafer. J.
Kemmerer, S. Klimas. ROW 3: W. Debnam.
A. Pinter, L. Tritl, W. Hilz, R. Lindemann, B. Kurylo, M. Hughes, T. Blew,
_^_^^ Torok. R. Kalmbacher, S. Baluch. ROW 2: L. Erb. J. Bryan, L. Bird, j'
othschild, G. Meyers, T. Scudder.
Dr. Prundeanu — Advisor.
L-R: ROW I. W. Dumont, K. Banzhof, P. Martens. R. Fellon, N. Weinberg, F. Linton, T. Rounsaville, P. Papparelli. ROW :. C. Corte-
lyou, L. Bull, C. Zehnder, R. Van Teyens, W. Oppenheimer, M. Worcester, T. Reardon, F Corbin, G. Geiger. N. Kohut, D. Lamm, H.
Sheets, H. Behrend, D. Nichols, J. EHas, G. Bucher.
L-R: ROW I. D. Seiple, S. Schwartz, C.
Mauck. B. Hofstetler, A. Regula. ROW
2. R. R. Mickel, R. Campbell, R. Rei-
gle, C. Schaefer, B. Maddock, G. Reif,
D. Giebel, R. Ruch, S. Powell, M.
McLaughlin, J. Bame, W. Winkler, R.
LaBonge, C. Brown, R. Baum, A. Marz-
ka, K. Gunagan.
JUDGING TEAM; L-R: ROW I . N. Kohut. C. Cortelyou, R. Van Tey-
ens, L. Bull. ROW 2. T. Reardon, F.Corbin, G. Geiger.
Advisor — Dr. i i.'or t -lie
L-R J. Troutman, R. Niemczyk, R. Cordz. R. Thurber. G Harteis. D. Vore. G. Roman. W . Quinn. R. Smith. N. Semeniuk. C. Hoopes. K. Schoenberg. R.
Winner. L. Mummerl.
Advisors — Dr. Ellis Croshaw
Dr. James Keith
L-R T. Steigerwalt, T. Berman, M. Stern, M. Merner. M. Ubersax, G. Filko, B. London. N. Speilberger. J. Newman, J. Little. C. Bockrath, P. Irwin, G.
Eberhart, D. Evans.
t-/?, ROW l:C. Gansky, B. Edmunds. R0W2:S. Michal-
ski. D. Korbobo, J. Irwin, J. Predpelski.
L-R ROW I: G. Fisher, D. Kalinowski, H. Frecon. R. Schaeffer. S. Yanl,
R. Bauerle. ROW 2: M. Parker. H. Euler. K. Hawkswell. B. Baessler. A.
Attarian. R. Precheur. F. Lippay. ROW i R. Gaidosh. P. Christoff. G.
Curley. J. Bowersox. J. Presti. L. Martel, M. Silverman. RO W4: A.
Schuetz. W. Castlack. J. Monfardini, G. Whittaker. J. Lerew. J. Burda.
L-R. ROW I: M. Feibush, J. Conroy, L. Corbcll, S. Uood, R. I au>
Gross, H. Walsh, E. Furman, D Dobrowolski.
ik. 1 . Shivc, K. ScoU. ROW 2. ti Bros-,, B. I illon, R Kelly, R. Kerr, T. Kehoe, P.
R. Funt-Pres.; J. Conroy-V.Pres.
L-R ROW I: M. Alderfer, L. Elwell. D. Watis. R. File. ROW 2 J. Carlson. M. Dale. C. Suk, R. Hess. D. Miller. S. Basile. R. Dedekind. W. Gra-
ham. R. Stein.
The Ornamental Horticulture Society nas i
outstanding and unusual feats to add to its accomplish-
ts of the last few vears.
PDay brings to mind the many fine landscape retreats
I and distinguished floral arrangements, which have be-
L come the focus of .A.-Day.
The Society also excels in money making projects which
include corsage making, selling holiday plants, as well as
having a major role in A-Da} flower sales.
The transformation of the c!r:<b gym into a world of har-
vest color for Homecoming »-;> a donation of both de-
sign and labor by the senior m-.r;.hcrs of the Ornamental
L. Hlwell. Treas.. J. Hcmcr. \ .Pres.; D. Miller, A-Da> Rep.: E. Carlson, Sec; B. Un
Adviser — Fred Blau
L-R.ROW I: F. McGovern, B. Umbenhower. B. Endriss, R. Van Nostrand. R. Potter, R. OBrien, E.Carlson. T. kati
Bobb, V. Jenkes, K. Mountz, J. Flemer, G. Jerrell.
..■t/H-J". G.Borden. W.
L-R RO It / R Diorka. R Angerhofer. R Cussano. S. Hrynko. L. Polito. RO\i' 2 F. Cope. J. Harrison, B. Robbins. \\ . Dougher-
ty. \V. Dunscombe. K Keim. B. Sprague. ROM 3 M. Brown. A. Nardelli, K. Goldsmith. R. Kainmer. D. Dodson. W. Straub, W.
Lockridge. RO »-? P. Kiry. T. Fergus.'c. Sinner,
L-K. ROH I: K. Rutherford. C. Rocconi. D. Berrv. R. Lipman, C. Currier. J. McFarlane. B. Barlles. M. Freedman. D, Devlin. W. Ault. ROiV
2:]. Douglass, W. Maull. B. Giese. J. Hilbert. W. Carey. P. Miller .RO Hi R. Gebhard. W. Reed. J. Nice. B. Eisel. P. Fitch. E. Kirsch.
The Business .'\dministration Club of Delaware
Valley College is an organization designed to sup-
plement the knowledge of business students by field
trips, guest speakers, club projects, and visual aids.
The club, now in its third year of existence, has
made exceptional progress in all that it has tried.
Our floats and exhibits are well worth seeing. We
feel that this year we had some exceptionally fine
ones, that cover all fields of the business world.
The club is not just an organization but a driving
force which develops leadership for tomorrow
while it creates a better college community today.
L-R: Peter Miller. Stan Sitarski. Ron
Young. John Duffy. Paul Fitch. Bill Else!.
L-R.ROW 1: R. Potter. R. Funt, J.Thompson. B. Pyle. R. O'Brien, .^. Rushnock. J. Conroy. T Gra\. R. Scott. G. Jerrell. ftOW J; K. Mountz,
B, Umbenhower. S. Torok, \V. Litton. J. Irwin. H Walsh. F. Corbin. C. Cortel\ou. M. Troutman. S. Wood. S. Baluch. B. Hoopes. W. Edmunds.
B. Jennv. D. Korbobo. W. Bobb.
L-R. ROW I: R. Schaeffer. J. Sickora. R. Precher. T. Scudder, W. Graham. D. Kalinowski. D. P\sher. R. Linde-
mann, S. Yant. ROW 2: R. Thurber. L. Tritt. G. .Myers. P. Christoff. K. Schoenbere. J. Bowersox. .1. Carlson. S.
L-R: S. Baluch, S. Torok. T. Blew, R. Berry, R. Stein. W. Pyle. R. Sauer, W. Graham, S. Schwartz, S.
Klimas, D. Rodgers, D. Ingerto, J. Newman, N. Speilberger.
Soil Conservation Society
L-R. ROW I: T.
Blew. S. Torok, J.
Kcni merer, C. Reese,
.(. Sickora. R.
Bauerle. ROW 2: B.
Lindemann, L. Tritt,
L. Bird. T. Scudder,
C. Pfilzenmayer, D.
Pysher, G. Myers, W.
/--/?. T. Mowrer, G. Love)l. J. Presti, §■ Yant, Nt. Eutermoser, J. Light." J. -Megar'gef?"C. Q^ETSRBBteigryn, N. Semeniuk
N. Speilberger, S. Toth. G. Guzy. }. Cervetli, D. Evans. R. Geigerich. J. Hurley. J. Urban. T. Elam. K. DoTro«an.'J^ Gieacr'
J. Newman, B. Bartles. K. Lockwood. A. Nardelli, D, VVau,<.. G. Whitlaker. D. Sinkway.R. Mikolajczyk.W. L.ockrKJse^ R*'^^
Farquhar, J. Milano, R. File.
L-R W. L c'ckridge. Tieas.; T. Elam, Pn.;. . T Mcnrer, Hist.; J. NfilaitOvSgt.
Anns;-R^ Mikotajczyk, 1st V.P.; R Farq,;hdr, 2nd V. P.: S -Yant, Sec.: Dr.
C. -Black nnan. Fac. Adv. - _. ***
L-R. ROW I: B. Weissman. B. Winner. J. Kemmerer. R. Krach, L. Hoover. /?OH'2. L. Smith. J. Wohl-
feld, T. Berman. J. Martin. T. Fergus. B. Dunscombe. J. Rothschild. N. Spielberger. J. Magin. J. New-
man. J. Rutherford.
Editor — BUI Edmunds
This was the year of the awakening
for DVC's Publications. More pa-
pers were published in the first se-
mester than in the preceeding three
years. These issues are attributed to
the successes of Bill Edmunds, Edi-
tor, and his Staff who put many un-
told hours of work into publishing
the Furrow, to make it the sounding
board for the student.
WALT BOBB Co-Editor
STEVE WOOD Business
L-R N. Mogel, Q. Schlieder, C. Pfitzenmayer, J. Martin, B, Weissman. R. Pflaum.
L-R. R. Goodman, W. Reed. J. Rutherford. M. Morgan. B. Wcssman, R. Krach. R. Griesbach, J. Wohl-
feld. I. Smith, N. Spielberger.
L-R: B. Weissman, V.P., J. Wohlfeld Pres,, I. Smith Sec.
L-R L. Corbetl. D. Dobrowolski. J. Smith. L. Hegges, D. Miller. C. Bockrath. M. Feibush. G. Wallace.
K. Schoenbura. W. Hitz, S. Spangler, D. Shank. \V. Dunscombe. F. Ritter. W. Eisel. S. Peters. W. Mehal-
ick. D. Stump. J. Nice. R. Cusanno, R. Kelly. M. Seiferth.
L-R F. Fenniko, J. Dean, R. Heider, J. Clarke, G. Christen,sen, P. Irwin. R. Devroe.
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L-R: J. Nice, R. Lindemann, W. Hitz, D. Williams. W. Bobb Treas., R. Smith Sec, W. Winner Pres., W, Dun-
seombe Judge, S. Wood V. Pres., R. Winner. G. Fislier, F. Harteis,
C. Lohr. Absent: R. Funt. T. Cottrell,
D. Koontz. G. Umholtz.
The Student Government of 1967-68, found itself con-
fronted with the challenging task of providing for. and
answering to a growing student body. A student body
that was growing not only in number, but also in
awareness and concern about the prevailing condi-
tions. This was clearly evident by the fact that instead
of the usual two or three visitors that attended meet-
ings in previous years, Tuesday nights this year fre-
quently found 40 or more people crowded into Work
Hall Government Room.
President Wayne Winner did a tine job of organizing
programs and initiating policies, and in fact, the entire
Senior Class Representation did a brilliant job of pre-
senting ideas, developing programs, and carrying out
their respective duties to improve the student's activi-
The accomplishments ranged from a newly organized
and very active Furrow staff and a larger, relocated
Student Store, to the many buses sent to "Aggie out-
Administration Adviser Joseph E. Fulcoly
Nov. 4lh marked the beginning of the social year
for Delaware Valley College. It was preceded by
many weeks of preparation of floats, concert, and
dance. On Friday night, following the annual bon-
fire, Judy Collins stepped out in front of a stand-
ing-room only crowd and delivered a performance
unequaled by any of previous years. On Saturday,
following the oificial greeting of the alumni, the
Green and Gold AGGIES opposed the Nichols
Bisons on the gridiron and promptly walked away
with a 28 to 8 victory. Later that night, the Saxons
and the Starlighters provided the music for the best
attended dance to date, and for the first time, a
Homecoming Queen and her court were chosen
from contestants from each club.
comes a Utile thaw.
Still the air is chill ami law.
Here and there a patch of snow
Dirtier than the ground below.
Dribbles down a marshy flood.
Ankle deep you stick in mud.
In the meadows while you sing.
This is spring."
"The Happenings" slarled the Spring Weekend fes-
tivities on Friday night. May 8th. Their concert,
which involved impersonations and songs that made
the group popular, was met with great enthusiasm.
The Circle K. Club sponsored a road rally on Satur
day morning in which only a lew cars crossed the fm-
ish line. A faculty-student all star basketball game
highlighted the damp afternoon, with the students vic-
torious by a mere questionable point.
The "Soulsations" supplied the music for the evening
"Fair-handed spring unbosoms every grace: Throws
out the snowdrop and the crocus first."
"A"-Day, probably the biggest open house held in
Bucks County, is an annual event in the students life.
Much toil, sweat, and labor go into the preparations
for this weekend.
Activities range from animal judging, to tractor driv-
ing, and from ha\ rides, to chicken barbecue. The
College Band and Glee Club add the finishing touches
with a musical flair.
This year the Senior Florial Design Class was given
the Sylvia Award from the National Florist Associa-
tion for an unusual and unique display of contempo-
rary floral arrangements. This is the first time that the
College was the recipient of an award of this honor.
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With four years of college behind us it was
time to set out into the world, but not until we
had spent one last class activity together, the
The Prom was a two day excursion to Tami-
ment, high in the Poconos. It was a time for
relaxation, enjoyment, reminiscing and fun.
but most of all a time to cheerfully say good-
by to friends we had made during our short
And . . .
DR. JAMES A MICHENER
Senior Class President
" You stay young as long as
you can learn, acquire new
habits and suffer
FIRST RO\y L-R: G. Maniz. S. Latchaw. D. Develin. R. Feindt. H. Euler. R. Precheor. D. Nichols. S. Michalski. M. Hughes. R. Thurber.
R. Slein. M. Ravitsky. K. Banzhof. T. Walther. 5£CO.\7)y?OHV D. Kahnowski. J. Daly. R. KulzaMtch. R. Voung. N. Weinberg. S. Peters.
L. Mummen. G. Lovell. S. Toth. R. .Atlarian. J. Rothschild. R. Schaefer. C. Suk. THIRD ROW: R. Diorka. R. Angerhofer. R. Rammer. \V.
Graham. P. Jamsky. R. Farquhar, P. Miller. J. Troutman. R. Heffelfinger, J. Megargel. E. Fergus. A. Smith. W. Hitz. FOURTH RO»:C.
Rocconi. H. Frecon. .M. Alderfer. J. Martin. R. Snyder, S. Sitarski. B. Bartles. E. CioU. L. Elwell. R. Fite. .A. Pinter. P. Martens. G. Bucher.
H. Levin. _ _ -
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FIRST ROiV. L-R: J. Harrison. S. Yant, J. Milano, R. Mikolajczvk, S.
Basile, T. Rounsasille. G. Roman. R. Kurylo, R. Lindemann, A. Nardelli.
P. Paparelli, F. Lippay. B. Sprugue. SECO.\D ROW: K. Goldsmith. F.
Amadio. V. DiChiara, H. Behrend, R. Koenig. M. Dale, J. Bryan. M.
Wengryn, L. Tritt, G. Myers, T. Scudder, W. Schaaf, J. Bowersox.
THIRD ROW: E. Gallagher. A. Habermann. F. Angelini. R. Kerr, D.
Williams. W. Bartus. L. Bird. D. Lamm, F. Linton, R. Hess, J. Carlson.
H. Frecon. FOLRTH RO W: J. Duffy. J. Nice. R. Dedekind, R. Gebhard.
D. Watts, L. Erb. R. Borman, R. Keilerman, P. Chrisloff, K. Schoenberg,
B. Hilperts. B. Eisel, P. Fitch.
OFFICERS, L-R: Frank .Angelini — Secretary, Robert Linderman — S.G-, John Nice —
S.G., Theodore Cottrell — S.G., David Williams — S.G., Dennis Kalinowski — Treasurer,
James Sicora — Vice President, Warren Hitz — President.
FIRST ROW L-R D. Ptlaum, B. Holsletter, W. Kuhn, C. Hinman. C.
Shafer, R. Ruch, M. McLaughlin. P. Gozing, D. Ritler, D. Vore, R.
Bauerle, R. Gaidosh, A. Stein, J. Matejik, C. Currier. SECOND ROW: J.
Martin. R. Gingerich. G. Filko. C. Wool. T. Steigerwalt. F. Fennikoh, G.
Fisher. D. Koontz. W. Carey, J. Urban. D. Duca, A. Schuetz. W. Ault, J.
Hurey, 1. Smith. THIRD ROW: C. Bockrath, T. Berman. P. Irwin, M.
Eutermoser. J. Wood. G. Reif, D. Rayner, P. Reitano, D. Lewis, W. Dav-
is. W. Pellett, R. Berry, E. Stepler, E. Lamberton. FOURTH ROW: G.
Christensen, D, Chonko. W. Kinderman, M. Eberhart. L. Di-
Giantomasso. G. Killian, C. Pfitzenmayer, W. Winkler, G. Whittaker, P.
Cecchini. C. Worrilow, B. Guzy, D. Stump, G. Weddle, L. Gerber.
OFFICERS, L-R: Robert Winner — S.G., George Umhollz — S.G., Lawrence
Gerber - Treasurer. Donald Koontz - S.G.. Robert DeMarco — Vice Presi-
dent, Cary Filko — Secretary, Gery Fisher — President.
FIRST ROW. L-R: i. Kater, M. Trainer, G. Richards. C. Brown. M.
Uebersax, D. Helwig, S. Regal. A. Shifren. B. Winner. B. Perry. P. Beck-
erman. SECOND ROW: H. Henderson. W. Curtis II, R. Palmosano, J.
Bame, L. Young, T. Mowrer. R. Rohrbaugh. K. Ralhey. W. Eastlack. A.
Regula. M. Peirson, D. Evans, J. Kemmerer. THIRD ROW: R. Scott, J.
Hubbards, H. Misserbug. L Strassburger, L. Hegyes. J. Brook, D. Shank,.*
J. Carroll. N. Smith, R. Johnson. M. Hannan. J. Douglas, J. Dean.
FOi RTH ROW: W. Quinn, D. Knight. B. Parsons. D. Dobak. T. Kle-
packi, D. Rightler. R. Hider. J. Monfrardini, K. Roux. R. Cook, J. Wales-
ki, W. Mohalick, F. McDonough, G. Wallace.
"The college undergraduate is a lot of things —
many of them as familiar, predictable, and re-
sponsible as the bounce of a basketball, and oth-
ers as startling as the bounce of a football."
I no,! Run. L-R D. Ingerlo, L. !-.u,k, '^ . liolland.v W . Cubbin, S.
Lapetz, D. Giebel, S. Roll, G. Hitz, h. Witmer, L. Martel, B. Rice, D.
Fluri, J. Thomas, J. Bloom, K. Donovan. J. SIvsarenko, J. Batz. SEC-
OND ROW: E. McAllister, R. Reigle, D. Maguire, W. Rogachenko, L.
Cornwell. J. McHugh, N. Ellenberger, T. Lichy, R. Dalrymple, A. Marz-
ka, W. Hanczar, D. Hartlaub, J. Fraccaroir, G. Curley, G. Booth, J. Ten-
bus, R. Hoffberger, D. Myers. THIRD ROW: D. Rodgers, S. Somers, J.
Fisher, D. Dowd, J. Echternach, J. Rawes, F. Harteis, L. JafTe, W. Sei-
Icrth. }. GcrbcriLh. R. Smith. S. SchuarU, J Frc-ii. ( Shc.illcr \S
Chmielecki, S. Klimas, D. Murphy, J. Christein. fOLRIH ROW. B.
Sollenberger, R. Serwell, M. Morgan, S. Litherland, M. Cope, M. Gehl-
haus, R. Sauer. S. Deppen. B. Giese. N. Mogel, J. Phillips, M. DeTorre,
M. Merner, R. Bell, R, Crowell, J. Coursault. FIFTH R0»: A. Kolman,
J. Magin, K. Painter. B. Harvey. R. Babe, R. Jucha, R. Pleva, G. Hawk-
swell, C. Gale, C. Reese, D. Wozniaic, P. Cooper, D. Chance, F. Richard-
son, M. Silverman, M. Stern, B. Burdick, J. Kershner.
FIRST ROW. L-R: D. Wagner. L. Rosten. S. Lambers. E. Grunow. C.
Lohr, P. Boldosser, R. Pizzoli, S. Curry. D. Sinkway. J. Harrison. D.
Hamilton. J. Ambrose. D. Rose. P. Doraiswamy. L. Bailey. D. Leib. N.
Spielberger. J. Geiger. SECOXD ROW: B. Baessler. T. Boyer. J. New-
man. T. Williams. W. Sollenberger. J. Rutherford. C. Mavck. G. Ehren-
zeller. D. Weigel. D. Howard. T. Buchter. J. Golley. G. Getz. S. Piazza.
D. Seiple. R. Reisinger. J. Fullin. R. Myers. THIRD ROW: W. Bryant.
M. Parker. C. .Anderson. R. Over. J. Little. R. Grube. W. Camerer. W.
Campbell. J. Shaw. L. MaKranc\. K. Hennings. B. Keeler. H. Fox. G.
May. K. Willard. K. Lines. W. Reed. FOIRTH ROW: H. Griesbach. D.
Morrow. J. Lerew. .\. Stierly. D. Shellenberger. B. Longon. D. Shinn. D.
Sechler. G. Teeple. D. Erickson. S. Niper. J. Kraft. R. Wood. S. Leshay.
OFFICERS. /.-«. Cecil Lohr. .lohn Fchtcrnach. Greg Lhrenzeller. Fred HariC!-,. John Fisher, .lohn Geigcr,
"The most sensible people to
be met with in society are
men of business and of the
world, who argue from what
they see and know, instead
of spinning cobweb
distinctions of what things
ought to be."
You've Seen The Rest
Now Here's The Best!
Compliments of the
Class of 70
NEGATIVES OF PORTRAITS APPEARING IN THIS
ARE KEPT ON FILE.
PHOTOGRAPHS MAY BE ORDERED.
DELA WARE VALLEY
Class Of 1968
The Best Of Luck
Mrs. M. Lawrence Gerber
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waleski
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Mann
Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Irwin
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Adam
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Helwig
Dr. and Mrs, C.R. Brockley
Mrs. Arthur Drumm
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hurley
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Beil
Mrs. George Bowen Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hider
Joseph P. Dougherty
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Carlson
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Shafer
Vernon G. Beqenau. M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Conroy
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Winner
Mane F. Green
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Uebersax
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Collins
Dr. and Mrs. Donald W. Minteer.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Conley Worcester. Jr.
Mrs. Harriett G.Curtis
Mr. and Mrs. Clair E. Berry
Leonard and Mary Jenks
Virginia A. Korbobo
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lines
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Latchaw
I. Thurston Knight
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Spraque
Ronald and Ruth Shinn
Mrs. Calvin B. Hoopes, Sr.
Michael A. Trazzera
Mr. and Mrs. F.O. Jenny
Dr. and Mrs. Morton DeScherer
Melvin M — Dorothy K. Sauer
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cervelli
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Sinner
Herman A. Hasselbauer
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Werzyn
Mr. and Mrs. Joe V. Garvey
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Rich
Mr. and Mrs. WmH.V. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. James Bucciarelli
Mr. and Mrs. F. Obal
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Eisel. Fr.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Toth
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Martens
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Angerhofer
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burda
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling S. Funt
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Frecon
Charles and Dons Kammer
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney F. Fuller
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gale. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hare
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Grunow. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lendrum C. Hawkins
Ronaid R. Timko
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Vreeland, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Franchella, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindeman
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kellerman
Mr. and Mrs. Howard V. Almen
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Gebhardt
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace May
Mr. and Mrs. Newton D. Yant
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Hock
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Phillips
Raymond 0. Reigle
Mr. and Mrs. Mario J. Rocconi
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Brenner
Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Precheur
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dunscombe
Mr. and Mrs. Atlee Umbenhower
Mr. and Mrs. August Lewis
Patric K. Paparelli
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Graham. Sr.
Charles H. Zehnder
Mr. and Mrs. Val Furman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Mock
Mrs. Esther A. McGovern
Mr. and Mrs. F.T. Donovan
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Potter
Mr. and Mrs. P. Palmasano
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wesley Ritter. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius W. O'Brien
Mrs. Barbara 0. Bird
Louis J. Makrancy. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welliver
Mr. Perer Dotta.Sr.
Samuel D. Van Akin
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Felton. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Starr
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Troutman
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kowalik
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hite
Mr. and Mrs. E. Arthur Stanford, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Geiger
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Rutherford
Mrs. John F. Cooney
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Flisser
David J. Greenbarg
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Hawk
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiry
Mr. and Mrs. Alan TurtLetaub
Lawrence E. Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Witmer
Dr. and Mrs. Edson R. Rodgers
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Stern
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Hirsekorn
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Seiple
Mrs. Virginia Powell
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Willumson
Dr. and Mrs. B.T. London
Mr. and Mrs. Spielberger
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Harteis
Mrs. Mildred M.Fite
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Mickel. Sr.
Emma E. Peiffer
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bartles
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Scudder
Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Amadio
Mr. and Mrs. George Marzka
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stem
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Reuter. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lockridge
Mr. John E. Dodson
Mr. and Mrs. George Cottrell
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Virostek
Mr. and Mrs. Vito M. Abessinio
Mrs. William Endriss
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Antonelli
Mr. and Mrs. John Steed
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rothschild
Mr, and Mrs. Hyman Manger
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wayne Tritt
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gray
Bertha B. Schrack
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McClurken. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Z. Stem
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Kellner
Mr. and Mrs. F.S. Fennikoh
Gerard L. Strassburger
Atty. and Mrs. Allen H. Krause
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Burdick
Mr. andMrs. E.J.Cioll. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woosnam
Mr. and Mrs. Oren E. Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Manganiello
Brian L. Rice
Mr. and Mrs. Leon K. Niemczyk
Mr. and Mrs. Cleon B. Peters
Harry and Adele Hoover
Mr. and Mrs. R.N. Kalmbacher
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Nice
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chance
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Maull
Mr. andMrs. Clinton R. Blithe
Mrs. Edward H. Colson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Corbm. Sr.
Harry E. Rockower
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore G. Blew
Mr. and Mrs, Robert J. Gebhard
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W, Carlson
Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Lerew
Mr. and Mrs. Wolliam Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Oppenheimer
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C, Blair
Mr. and Mrs. William Jerrell
Mr. and Mrs, Michael Dobrowolski
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Mullen
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Steager
Mr. and Mrs. Milton G. Lohr
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Mr. and Mrs. George Geiger, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kowalik
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Barry and Ginger
Ed Carlson PMOC
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Senator Yant and Drew
Richie and Jackie
Carol and Joe
The south shall rise again
Jeff and Nancy
Harry and Tom
Randy and Bonnie
Joe and Mary
Joe and Barb
Wayne and Jen
Joy and Jerry
Allen and Marlene
Louis and Betty
Bob and Janet
Dale and Gail
Photography by Barry Weissman
Dr. and Mrs. FT. Cope
SP4 Stephen W. Cope
Mr. and Mrs. T.T. Cope
Fredrick 0. Cope
Bruce and Kathy
Jim and Ken 109
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William and Gwendoline Edmunds
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Irwin
Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Kalinowski
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Myers
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DEVELOPING THE DIFFERENCE
HAPPINESS that state of well-being, Is usually found with
the breeder that has developed a herd of good ones the
kind that are above breed average in every respect. True
there is no substitute for a good eye when it comes to breed-
ing livestock but there is more to it than that!
SUCCESSFUL BREEDERS today are complementing their nat-
ural skills with performance information when selecting the
sires of animals they will milk in four to five years. Perform-
ance information produced in their own herds from classifica-
tion and production testing programs pinpoints problem
areas, providing a sound basis for judicious sire selection.
PLANNING IS the prerequisite of any successful venture -
the very foundation of any well-founded breeding program.
Your herd can reflect only the genetic inheritance of the ani-
mals appearing in the pedigree. Performance records extend
a breeder's capacity to evaluate beyond the second genera-
tion of a pedigree permit him to review the past and deter-
mine the future genetic make-up of his herd on a long term
SATISFACTION of a personal and financial nature can be
achieved by applying the available information from the
breed's performance files to your herd's breeding program.
Never before have breeders of Registered Holsteins had more
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TO THE CLASS OF 1968
John Anderson — Class of '61
Western District Manager
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35 Eist Stale Street, Ooyle$:owr>, Pa
Cross Keys Inn
We Make Warm Friends .
Atlantic Oil Heat
EDWIN F. STOVER EST.
Flour, Feed, Grain, Fertilizer, And Seeds
Perkasie — 257-2966
M. W. WOOD, INC
Rudolph's Army And
Work & Dress Clothing: Shoes. Footwear
Main & Oakland Sts.
MEININGER'S SPORTING GOODS
Everything For The Sportsman
Route 61 1 At Cross Keys
R.C.A.TV Record Players
34 South Main Street
Flowers For All Occasions
SANDY RIDGE FLOWER SHOP
E. State Street
WE NEED YOU
to do an important job
Rohm and Haas Com pa n\. one ofthe leading chemical
producers in the United States, with major plants and re-
search facilities right here in Delaware Valley, offers you an
opportuniiN to make a contribution to the greatest problem
facing mankind today — how to feed an expanding popula-
tion in a shrinking world. You can use your training in plant
pathology. entomolog\ or other agricultural sciences work-
ing on the development and marketing of herbicides, fungi-
cides, miticides, insecticides and spra> materials. You'll
enjo> the feeling of accomplishment that comes from work-
ing on assignments that will use all of your training and
skill. If you \sould like to know more about us, call or write
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ENCE MALL W EST. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19105.
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NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL HONOR SOCIETY
DUNSCOMBES ESSO SERVICE CENTER
242 PARK AVE. AT 5th ST., NEWARK 7, N. J.
With The Compliments
Of Your Neighbors
Where Burpee Seeds
Established in 1876
Is The Largest Mail-Order
Seed House in America
Flowers for All Occasions"
E. State St. Near Main
Member of F.T.D.
PROTECTION CO., INC.
Schwartz Protective Systems
Burglar& Fire Alarms
226 N. 10th Street
Philadelphia, Pa. 19107
Phone: WA 3-3434
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THE VICE PRESIDENT
Our President Wayne Winner Passes On The Gavel
THE SEC RET A R Y SENIOR REPRESENTA TIVE THE TREASURER
DICK SMITH RICH FUNT WALT BOBB
Checking And Savings Accounts
Trust Dept., Safe Deposit Boxes
1 1 5 W. Court St. Doylestown
ROGER W. KRAUT JEWELERS
A. C. FRATTONEINC,
Diamonds, Watches, And Gifts
60 E. State St. Doylestown, Pa.
Making a Name for
IN THE M.A.C.
DELA WARE VALLEY
And Home And Garden
Sign Up At The
Ortho Placement Office
NO. 4 TODAY
Main And State Streets
NO. I TOMORROW
COLLEGIA TE BRANCH
KENNY'S NEWS AGENCY
Fanny Farmer Candies
17 W. State St.. Doylestown
Compliments Of . . .
The Hybrid Seed Corn
That Is Bred. Tested And
Grown in Jersey Shore. Penna.
ERDENHEIM FARMS CO.
5051 Flourtown Road
LaFayette Hill, Pa.
MADDOX PHOTO STUDIO
Cameras Films Supplies
51 E. State St., Doylestown, Pa.
Commercial & Industrial Division
Sutphin At Yardley Road
Morrisville, Pa. 19067
WEISBARD'S DRUG STORE
AND SURGICAL SUPPLY
Prescription Service, Hospital
And Convalescent Equipment
Sick Room Supplies
Main & State St., Doylestown
7 N. Main Doylestown, Pa.
1 967-1 968 A nnual A lumni Giving Campaign
Arthur L. Feldman
Louis M. Rubinoff
Cecil J. Toor
Theodore S. Bowers
Charles A. Jackson
Julius T. Schuize
Morris H. Halpern
John B. McCool
Bernard M. Goldsmith
Samuel L. Miller
Salem G. Fine
Lewis T. Fox
Bernard M. Savage
William P. Van Looy
Nathan R. Brewer
Sidney J. Michael
Martin M. Cohien
Meyer E. Cohien
Edward M. Schneider
Louis D. Rummel
Albert W. Matlaf
Elmer E. Wiseman
Allan H. Blitz
Max K. Steinberg
Richard E. Deal
Daniel Z. Glazer
William V. Goodley
Erwin B. London
Seymour B. Lonyai
Harry E. Rogin
D. Dallas Ruch
Jacob B. Turan
Alfred R. Brodsky
Myer H. Finkle
W. Robert Moysey
Leonard H. Sherman
Philip J. Spevak
Henry L. Goldman
Stanley Michalak, Jr.
George P. Smith
Wm. James Burns
Charles I. Goodman
Joseph M. Green
H. Ralph Lovett
Earl S. Zorn
Henry H. Cole
Herbert M. Meyers
Arthur R. Raditz
Richard H. Woodring
George A. Goode
Norman H. Stein
G. Russell Drumm
John P. Freehafer
Aaron M. Lavin
Leo M. Perkes
Joseph G. Lerner
A. Winfred Levinstone
Lester I. Lewis
Robert R. Groben
Edward K. Grosskopf
Edward M. Katz
Solomon B. Schwartz
Norman S. Berkowitz
Abraham De Leon
Rudolf J. Loewenslein
Milton C. Eder
Myron J. Kraiterman
Curtis W. Loser
Harry N. Paul
Herbert A. Mosca
Frederick S. Blau
Edward R. Ettlinger
Herbert F. Scott
Ernest J. Elgart
Morton A. Ballin
Alex D. Greenblatt
Clarence F. Jablonski
Charles F. Martin
C. Philip Molter
Nathan C. Sandler
Robert C. Streeper
Joseph J. Voschin
James J. Coyle
Leonard E. Crooke
Ira E. Moumgis
Bruce M. Smith
A lumni Honor Roll Cont.
Stanley Earl Barber
George H. Dak-
Wallace C Meitsmith
Robert A Holland
Allx:rl A Jureiukonis
Krank J. La Rosa
Oskar H. larrson, Jr.
Carl V. Leutner
Gerard A. Marini
Louis J. Mostardi
Peter .1. Rolland
William J. Branigan
Robert L. Cope
Edward J. Fleming, Jr.
Douglas W. Fries
Norman K. Goldstein
Robert F. Haschert
Robert .\. Markley
Edward A. Nieznay
Donald L. Peters
Lewis S. Shelby
John W. Bernsee
Joseph Birk. Jr.
John H. Fenner
Thomas J. Molloy
William T. Mulvey. Jr.
Russell C. Plummer
Victor S. Ransom
Marvin L Adieman
Ronald W. Bronsweig
Arthur C. Force
Fred E. Haentze
Howard A. Kemmerer, Jr.
James E. Tessmer
Jay M. Weigman
Kirkwood G. Arnold
Roland C. Barge
Henry G. Carpenter
George K. Geils
Howard T. Gordon
Charles F. Greene
Mauri Edwin Pouttu
LeRoy E. Varner
Raymond W. GrofT
Walter J. Kender. Jr.
Gordon R. Phillips
William Plenge, Jr.
Bryant A. Stanley
Harvev .\. W acker
Richard A. Woolsey
Bryan Hunt Ashby
Richard L Benstead
Alan E. Carp
Norman A. Carpenter
Thomas C. Dall
John J. Dolan
Myron W. Flint
Harry \. Goetchius. Jr.
Leonard B. (ioldentyer
Donald K Grim
Richard A. Haas
Mark W. Hartman
Raymond C. Hein/elmann
Bruce F. Hoick
Donnel N. Lem
Raymond W. McGratton
Gerald P. McMahon
Raymond W. McGrattan
Richard G. Prins
Frank C. Rosade
James A. Sickler
Leonard G. Siegel
Alvin M. Walker. Jr.
Paul K. Winkie. Jr.
Alberts. Bennett, Jr.
Kenneth H. Bergman
Robert L. Berke
Warren E. Buckman, Jr.
Richard S. Cranmer, Jr.
Leslie L. Garrett
David J. Gootman
Robert H. Grim
Raymond H. Hendrick
James L. Jackson, Jr.
Thomas H. Kruk
JohnC. Merrill, Jr.
William H. Parkhurst HI
Richard D. Porter
Paul D. Rohr
Joseph H. Shinn
Harry B. Snavely
Raymond J. Steidinger
Burton T. Wittenberg
Robert W. Everett
Joseph J. Exley, Jr.
James E. Foyle, Jr.
William L. George, Jr.
David L. Kantner
Ronald L. Liggett
Franklin M. Radican
Edward R. Stickel, Jr.
Neil J. Trager
David A. Wise
Louis C. Beck
Joseph A. Fitzpalrick
James R. Hoover
Albert C. Jablonski
John C. Kuyper
Kenneth L Lipton
Walter J. McDonough
Rudolph P. Mesnak
Edgar H. Mullen, Jr.
Raymond S. Peters
Charles F. Radle
Elwood L. Rossell
Joel E. Sachs
Richard P. Sheidy
John R. Van Vorst
Edgar J. Woodward HI
David C. Andreassen
Richard A. Brown
PhiloW. Chapman, Jr.
Charles L. Haegele
Ronald B. Hunte
J. Philip Johnson
Daniel L. Leaty
David E. Lustig
Paul P. McFarland
John A. Murch
Robert A. Pearce
Frank Penrose, Jr.
Arnold J. Radi
Stephen E. Rudolph
William R. Serwell
Richard D. Swackhamer
John J. Berkheiser
Howard A. Bunin
Peter A. Driscoll
W. David Fleming
Bryan M. Gebhardt
Martin R, Gilman
Edgar V . H . Guardenier 1 1
Stanley A. Haviland, Jr.
Herman A. Hazen
M. Peter Hoffman
Richard J. Horsman
John D. Kurtzig
Charles R. Meyers, Jr.
Bruce E. Nickell
Harold W. Nightwine
Robert H . Parsons
Neil R. Resnick
Matthew J. Rubba
Robert J. Sabol
Walter R. Shannon
Terry R. Scheetz
Robert A. Schneider
Jerome L. Schorr
John K. Shafer
Gerald J. Skoda
Roger F. West
John M. Williams, Jr.
Walter C. Alpaugh
Gary F. Barrick
Fritz Blank, Jr.
Ralph H. Brinton, Jr.
Alfred A. Eopechino
Donald R. Goss, Jr.
Edgar A. Hamm
Richard K. Harlan
Peter M. Jacobsen
Alex J. Karmondi
Thomas J. Napier, Jr.
Thos. J. Sexton, Jr.
Thomas J. Steepy
Robert E. Wagner
Joseph P. Weatherbee
K. Roland Bergner
Joseph L (ierstemeier
Dennis S. Gural
Thomas R. Hawk
James R, Hoagland
Henry G. Kelly
William L. Kronen
William J. McNaughton, Jr.
Robert B. Mason
Anthony M. Spinelli, Jr.
Richard E. Stein
Michael F. Wallrapp
Owen S. Weislow
Wm. Brayshaw Welling
Edward A. Woods
Jerome J. Bullock
Remy J. Ferrario
Jerome L. Frecon
Ronald E. Funt
Henry E. Mc-Carter
W. Scott Mauger
Murdock K. Morrison
Mark C. Mowrer
Robert A. Nash
Mark A. Novin
George Reuter, Jr.
Robert J. SchaumloefTel
William F. Stock
Charles E. Suloff
Lee A. Wagner
Robert Alan Zelley
Edward A. Funkhouser
Alan G. Auwater
James G. Gianaris
Richard L. Gold
Bruce G. Keyser
Walter J. Kenworthy
Robert W. McClelland
Denis J. Palermo
David O. Peck
John P. Schueller
David E. Washko
Donald J. Weiser
Robert A.Zeek, Jr.
Campbell's Soup Company
E. Cherry & Son
Quaker Oats Company
Rohm and Haas Company
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF "68
CLASS OF '71
Here ui' lio anain — Tlie SO. broufilU
to our campus another mixer and
with it liirh, nirli, fiirh.
the f URROW
Vol. 14, No. 8
DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE of Science and Agriculture
March 21, 1968
Who's Who Honors
Fifteen Del Vcd Men
of the expense and providL .
items as room aceomodations, food and
entertainment. The ^^ior is expected to
^his date's corsage,
!ini and his date.
' ordered from Bob
nbe in W^
■ill be available f|
by a repre!
campus or at the store in to
wishing to order favors and tu:
urged to do so as quickl^iis ^^plili
since there is a closing d^itflw oraering
the favors. Tux styles a^BK^!; will be
limited the.^ later— iit^M^ ordered,
e problem of
til the night of the
ly be ordered from
or Rich Manganiello in
compulsory that all seniors at-
the prom be signed up in Dean
FuTcoly's office and be paid up in class
dues by April 2. Class dues may be
paid to Leon Hoover in Harness 202.
Mitchell Trio Concert
In the Work^ for A
March 5, 1968
of Student Go\e^ment
Walter Bobb, receded perm
Concert Coi ,
Bobb a cone
favored grouii ii% tliF Woment
__ tid the Poco^ Sq
Singers have also been mentic
possible attractiojj^ Two Ig
groups would als
The big advanta
to be the fact tH
loss of money c^/fme incurred
Student Goven^ieaFif they
sign the contracN^The come'
rent the gym, and provide
and publicity. As it appears^h^fStudg
Government could maJ(e
any money in such a dS]. aettsre a
contract would be signedf however, it
would be carefully examined.
r with a lofcal
cr, which has
iward of Hort
addition to being
class, Joe Franch
year standout oiy«^Aggie Tffidiron
With Jianioi Marj^^^outman the Senior
an end. Marty is an
ft major and is outstanding in
Club and Band activiti
The Juniors receiving the awari.
elude Warren Hifz, who has displ
leadership as class fcresident for
as Agronon^^ Circl_
■ Glee Club presidents, and is still
in all these clubs. Stan Sitari
is a member of the Business
tion Club and manage,
Store, and is a memhiL
Club through his parr
\^illey College exhibit
hia Flower Show
ing day crowds swarmed
xliibit's entry, enthralled by
uinque presentation. The exhibit
showcased the art of flower propagation
with its may forms and uses. The crowds
seemed to be especially intrigued by
the Mericlone Culture of Orchids and
the grafting displays. On opening day two
Junior O.Il. majors, Dave Williams and
Carlson, were on hand to greet the
many visitors and answer thdP questions.
The Junio^ O.H. jiajorjJRind^JlKhc,
The exhibit was awarWfcc n<n#^ Sh.
Award of the Penns\Vp^ Hoi
Th(^K9R>'s also re-
al AwaW^^the Garden
ration of Penn^^knia for its
usual excellence in ^BDnservation,
ucation and Horticulture
ditiffoi^tt was noted that beca
bject to reevaluafl
At future mixers ~ alU
carded to prev?
from entering. It
outsiders have been causing trou
the past mixers.
The Science Society has been
n to stage a raffle; the
be held in Apri|(_
nice Director v
to the i
_ - dra ft h
■11 be pl^WPilP^^^lol
David Levin Dii
e students of the intei^t
w Student Government I
has again been put back into co
After a proposed no blue J€
i vetoed in a majority vote
rnitteeri^as formed to formul:
The Faculty r|||^lD|Hl^4ncIents
an exciting (UM^^^^SEiR upset. Oi
nbE^Kfl^P^^^V^^yr Blum, t
"^fter oppontnt to lead the Faci
' on to victory. Th
Chess evening which ^^Phe^^ Mar
5 was a source of enjoy
The club proudly
Day i^lootenanny. Ti
will be open to D.VC. stutj
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As the Editors of the 1968 Cornucopia, we sincerely
hope that you will find this book a fitting momento of the
years spent at Delaware Valley.
Our thanks are due to everyone who contributed their
ideas, labor, and time to plan and complete a successful
book. Thanks go especially to the chairmen of the var-
ious sections for their diligence. All members of the year-
book stalT are worthy of special praise for their efforts.
To Mr. Allan Hartley we express our appreciation for
his invaluable assistance in both time and encourage-
Glenn D. Jerrell
William E. Dunscombe