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CORNUCOPIA 1972 

DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 

DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 



DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 

To the Incoming Freshman Class of 1972 

Sunday, September 15, 1968 

James Work 



Members of the Freshman Class, Parents of the Freshmen and Members of the Faculty and Staff, I see I am on the 
program to extend a welcome to all of you and I want to do that first, then I want to make a few remarks. I know that you 
freshmen will be loaded up with plenty of information and advice in the next few days around here, so I shall touch on 
only a few subjects that are of interest, not only to you mcoming students, but, also to you parents. There are points in 
which I feel every parent should take a deep interest, because your sons are going to find that without your support in the 
right manner they will have a tough time breaking away from their mother's apron strings and going away to college. 
And very often we find that the mistakes of the boys are due to poor advice that they have gotten from their parents, par- 
ticularly in respect to several matters upon which I would like to touch. 

In the first place, we are here, the College is here, to educate the students, to guide you, to help you in every way that 
we can. To this, our faculty is dedicated. In many colleges the faculty is dedicated to research work, to writing books, or 
they're active as political and educational consultants. Around here our faculty is here for one reason, to teach. We have 
some research projects, but only those in which the student is involved. And we feel that the graduate is the end as far as 
this institution is concerned, and the building program, the faculty, the administration, and everything that you see 
around you is simply the means to the end, and that is to turn out a good graduate. 

Secondly, we insist on good behavior and good citizenship, and we attain these ends through the cooperation of the 
student government. So, we expect every student to support the student government. We wish to maintain the best of 
communications between the faculty and the administration and the student government, and through the student gov- 
ernment with the student body. 

Now, naturally we require certain academic standards. You only have four years here. We assume that you came here 
for an education and these four years are going to pass only too quickly. So, we hope that you take advantage of every day 
and every week and every month in these four years. 

And the next point in which you parents are interested is that we, at the College subscribe to the philosophy of in loco 
parentis. In other words, the College, within our ability and within our limitations, takes the part of the parents while 
your boy is away from home. Many colleges, and few right near us, I am sure you read the papers last week about one of 
our biggest universities in Philadelphia, have departed from this philosophy entirely. And they feel that a boy comes 
into this college, or any other college at the age of 18, fully capable of handling all of life's problems . They take no respon- 
sibility for his behaviour or for his actions outside of the classroom. We feel that we should take that responsiblity . This 
is a very old fashioned viewpoint. But, many of the things which we do around here, and which we insist upon, are proba- 
bly considered old fashioned by what is known as the new left or the liberals in education. I believe that one of the things 
that you parents want to know, and that I walways wanted to know as a parent, is where is my child? Where is he 
tonight? And today there are too many parents who do not know where their children are, and who care less. While the 
boys are here we expect them to conform to all of our rules. We expect to know where they are most of the time, and we 
expect you parents to help us in this program . 



Now, there are certain rules and regulations, several that I want to mention here, that you folks, and particularly you 
freshmen, may not take too seriously, even though they are in the College catalog and in the student handbook. Here, 
unlike some colleges, we insist that the rules set forth in the handbook be carried out. There is no drinking allowed on 
the campus. There is no liquor allowed on the campus, or any of our property. There are no narcotics allowed. Now this 
may seem strange for me to have to say that to you folks, but these two things are allowed in some colleges. Here they are 
not. And the quickest way for a boy to get a one way ticket out of this college, is for him to be caught intoxicated. To date 
we have not found any of the boys with narcotics. We don't believe that any of them have used narcotics, but this is get- 
ting to be a big problem and we want it clearly understood. Although I made this same statement last year at this time, 
there were four freshmen to whom we had to say good-by because they thought it was smart to get drunk, to come back 
on the campus drunk. Now only four out of about 260 was a very good record. This year we hope we won't have any. And 
I'll tell you the number one cause of poor citizenship and resultant troubles with a student around here, or any other 
college, is liquor. This is a positive statement to make, but it is the truth, and you boys, you freshmen, should know it. 
And I believe that that is about the only source of trouble that we have around here. In most cases when boys get in trou- 
ble we can trace it back to the fact that they probably went up town and took a couple of drinks, particularly if they are 
freshmen and are inexperienced in this sort of thing. 

These sound like an awful lot of don'ts and a very negative talk, but understand that we have plenty of athletic, social 
and professional activities here to take the free time of the student and to allow him to have all the pleasure on earth 
without making a fool out of himself. We won't tolerate, not for one second, hippies, yippies, or those long haired speci- 
mens who try to tear down rather than build up, around here on this campus. You look around, particularly when you see 
our upper classmen come back, and you'll see just what we mean. We don't want any of that ilk around here at all . 

And with the above philosophies, which have been carried out in the past and will be carried out in the future, there's 
no need for me to discuss demonstrations or vandalism, or arson, such as you have read about in the papers, or seen on 
T.V., on other campuses. There are really only a relatively few campuses on which this occurs. I feel, and I think we all 
feel, that the press overplays it. Nevertheless, it does occur. But we're just not that kind of folks. We don't have the kind 
of people on our faculty who would even think of inspiring such actions among the students. And you may not know it, 
but if you look behind a great deal of the trouble on these troubled college campuses you will find a few, and more than a 
few is some cases, members of the faculty behind the demonstrations. The little uproar last Friday in Philadelphia at 
one of our colleges involving the Marine Corps was fomented and inspired by four faculty members. We don't have that 
kind of men around here, and we don't have that kind of students . 

Now, finally, if there are any of you freshmen who, after you are here for a day, or a week, or a month, feel that you 
cannot accept the philosophies and the programs which we have outlined to you, and which Mr. Fulcoly and Dr. Turner 
will outline to you, we will do everything we can to get you placed in a college where you may have the liberties and the 
privileges which you want, and without which you feel you are stifled, and we will help you in every way to get out of 
here. We want a boy to be able to express himself within what we consider the limits of decency and propriety. We will be 
glad to kiss you good-bye if you don't want to do this . 

Now in the past, and this is a true story, we had a professor here who when he was introduced to the freshmen class 
said, "As I look at you fellows, three out of four of you won't be here on graduation day four years from now." He is no 
longer here, this man, and such a philosophy is foreign to everything that we try to do around this college. I hope every 
oneof you will be here in 1972 to graduate. We'll do all we can to help you. 

Thank you. 




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sification, variation, modification, substitution, deviation, 
diversion, turn, break, transformation, alternative, meta- 
morphosis, conversion, revolution, inversion, reversal, dis- 
placement, transference, to grow, mature, mellow, recast, 
remodel, revamp, upset and disturb. 



THE CHANGE IN THE 
ANATOMY OF 
DELAWARE VALLEY 
COLLEGE 





Delaware Valley has changed. We have witnessed growth 
and improvement in many areas. Four years of change 
have passed and we have been an integral part of this era 
of Delaware Valley College historv-. What have we seen? 
What will be the future? 



Change is synonimus with these terms and others. It may 
mean good, it may mean bad. Some people may never 
change. Other people change with the day. Some places 
change, others remain stationan,-. Is change always right? 
Has Delaware Valley changed? Have changes been made 
along the right lines? Is there place for more change? Can 
the institution change and still retain its values? 




THE SKELETON: *. 

framework, the outline, the physical plant, the struc- 
ture. For four years we have viewed this skeleton of 
buildings, walks, trees, shrubs and ground. We have 
seen bare ground be changed into cement block and 
roof. We have walked through antiquated buildings 
and seen them remodeled into pleasant modem facil- 
ities. We have grown in physical size! 





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e substance, 
the nature, the soul, the life, the pulse. Without the 
heart we have no need of the skeleton. The heart is 
the students, the teachers, the faculty, the staff and 
the administration. They give life to the buildings, 
they carry on the events, they make the school. The 
people that make the heart are life. Many moods, 
many types, all kinds, all different, one in the same. 









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he covering, the out- 
ward appearance. As the school exsists, as the stu- 
dents live, they show themselves. We create, we ex- 
hibit, we travel, we invite, we purchase, we produce. 
We are a vital part of the community! 





Intercollegiate Dairy 
Judging Contest 



Following are the 
Cornell (N.Y.) 
Ohio State 

Delaware Valley (Fa.) 
Iowa State 
Virginia Tech 
Michigan State 
Connecticut 
Missi.sslppi State 
California Poly 
Colorado State 



20 teams: 

Maryland 

Minnesota 

Louisiana State 

Kansas State 

Clemson (SO 

North Dakota State 

Tennessee 

Western Kentucky 

Kentucky 

North Carolina State 



High individuals, all classes 
Julie Easterly. Louisiana Slate 
Alan Deming, Cornell 
Ted Renner. Ohio State 
Bruce Horning. Delaware Valley 
Alan Munson. Connecticut 
David Joacliim. Iowa State 
Steve Shive, Western Kentucky 
Dale GrabiU, Michigan Stale 
William Thompson. Cornell 
Dale .Madsen. North Dakota State 
Ruth Carter. Connecticut 



THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER 



MONDAY, DECEMBER TJ, IfT} 



5 Aggies Named MAC All-Stars 



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i JLiili O-L i-Lvl i I the essence, the 
disposition, the mood, the enthusiasm, the activity. 
Spirit keeps us going. We are bound together by spir- 
it. With spirit we meet new friends, we find excite- 
ment, joy, frustration and disappointment. Apathy 
ruins spirit. Spirit is necessary to continue, to hold a 
head up high, to laugh and cry with a friend, to reach 
a goal . 





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THE MINDlthe thought, the 
motivation, the reason, the purpose, the intention, 
the opinion. Why are we here? Where are we going? 
What do we want? In our minds, we make decisions. 
We see something, we interpret, we go along, avoid, 
we refuse, we agree. The mind grows in college. That 
is the purpose of college. Our minds make changes, 
we change, we change our surroundings . 




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present "^ \\ hat's wrong with what we have'' We came here to get an education, why worr>- about the things other 
than that education'' Education is one thing, leisure time is another. Personnal life, who savs what to do and 
what not to'' We attend college for four years. This is no small part of our lives. WTien we have problems, where 
do we go? Does everybody understand each other's views and opinions? We could if we could get to each other 
and talk openly. Ever>-body is different. ever>-body wants something different. You can not please ever%body. 
We live a long and ever changing life. We change with our lives. Everybody. ever%-thing changes, if not there is no 
longer progress! 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




"The need for better communications between the student 
body and the Board of Trustees was discussed. Presently the 
only exisisting correspondence is through the Student Govern- 
ment recommendations. It is hoped that meetings or at least 
written communication can be established between the Board 
and Student Government." excerpt from Student Government 
Minutes, February 28, 1972. 



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Is this adequate? 



'THE FEWER RULES GOVERNING THE STUDENTS' LIVES, THE BETTER' 



QUESTION: 



The cut system 
Drinking on campus 
Meal ticket system 
Room inspection 



"There is nothing so stupid as educated man, if you get him off the subject he is 
educated in." Will Rodgers. Let's broaden our cirriculum and strive for cultural 
enlightenment. 



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days from 7:'iO P. .1. to 12:00 P. A. Saturdrya nnd 
drya fron 12 00 .loon to 12:00 iUdnluht. 




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dey throu'jh Thursdny, fron 7:00 F, H. to 10:00 Pd. 
P3 would rei-inln open. 




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Do you Tprove of in Open Door lolUy? TSSf 




Would you lonsldor the presonco of 

women In tlie domltorlea durln? tho 5> 

above hours an Invf-^lon of your privacy? 


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study? 


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did not, would you object? 3% 


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Would you ppprove the proaent Open Door 

Policy plus the inclu-^ion of weekday hours "♦» 

from 7:00 P.;i. to 10:00 P.;I? 


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the dormitories? 81* 


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So, let 's take the book out of t he door 



"Success is getting what you want; happiness is wanting what you get." Dave Gardner. 



''New opinions are always suspected 
and usually opposed, without any 
reason but because they are not al- 
ready common." John Loche (1632- 
1704) 



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DEDICATION 




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We dedicate the 1972 Cornucopia to a warm 
and devoted leader at Delaware Valley College, 
Dr. Joshua Feldstein. Not only is he an admin- 
istrator but also maintains a dual role as a 
teacher. By doing this he is associated with fac- 
ulty as fellow workers while having direct con- 
tact with the students as well. 

Through the years as a student, professor and 
administrator he has served our college well. 
The theme of this year's yearbook is "The 
Change in the Anatomy of D.V.C." and Dr. 
Feldstein has played an intregal part in this 
change. No other person we know is more for the 
betterment of the "Aggie". Few other people 
have seen the college change and grow as much 
as he. Known to many as "Josh", his friendly 
gestures and warm smiles will always be re- 
membered by the Aggie graduate. 




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To the Members of the Class of 1972: 



I am pleased to have this opportunity to extend my congratulations and best 
wishes to all of you and to thank you for dedicating the 1972 Yearbook to me. 
This is a distinct honor and I sincerely appreciate it . 

I recall vividly the day I greeted you upon your arrival at our College. It was 
my privilege to act as your P'reshman Adviser ana I taught many of you in sever- 
al courses. You adjusted quickly to college life and matured rapidly. You were 
extremely fortunate to attend your alma mater during an era of its greatest evo- 
lutionary changes and enormous physical expansion, while our country experi- 
enced some of its darkest hours! You witnessed the enrollment of Co-eds (Ag- 
giettes) and the construction and completion of three new buildings — Library, 
Dormitory and Gymnasium. A large academic building will be completed just 
two months after your graduation. You saw the college curricula updated and 
the introduction of various options that gave additional depth and breadth to 
your chosen field of studies. You received an excellent education in your profes- 
sional field and an appreciation of our cultural heritage. You were instrumental 
in the implementation of beneficial changes on campue. You are well prepared 
to face the future and all its uncertainties. You have a profound obligation as 
Aggies not only to yourselves and your loved ones, but to your alma mater, your 
country and mankind! Enjoy your work and excell in your endeavors. Exhibit 
patience, tolerance, understanding and love for human beings and the environ- 
ment. Continue to grow intellectually and profit from your experiences! Your 
success will depend primarily on hard work, perserverance, proper attitude and 
integrity, good planning and management, and above all, your ability to com- 
municate and get along with people! I am confident that each of you will 
succeed. 

The old biblical saying Shalom through its triple meaning expresses my senti- 
ments best — Hello, Goodbye, Peace! 



I shall miss you. 



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FACULTY 



DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE 



DOYLESTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA 



JAMES WORK 

PRESIDENT 




To the Members of thte Class of 1972 

You are ab^Pc to join the long list of graduates who in 
the last twenty-twqfyears n|^^ livej^ witJt*us, joined in our 
sorrows, shared in our succes JjW, had .monients of exultation 
and moments of torment, andAe.ve really composed what we 
know as "the Cq}^^^", Fron^he freshman on campus to the 
members of the Cla^kof 195(ly'^^ou form an ever growing group 
which, by its attitude, its rhilosophy, its way of life, largely 
determines the present a^iid the^^^Ke of Jour Alma Mater. 
For our graduate is ouri^nly VJ^KKf^' JK' 

■^'.■c^y ..-^od deed^o^^^^Hbjn-^, the whole pattern of your 
liie, reiiects directly b a c&T^U^^SSigs the College has done for 
you, and the things you have done for the College, 

I know that you accept this responsibility, you are proud 
to join this grouo, and that you will so pattern yoiir lives that you 
canr.;: only be a witness to the school's teachir.e biit a symbol of 
real personal dedication and character. 








DR. AND MRS. WORK 




JEAN WORK 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 










ELIZABETH EVANS AND WILLETTE GOURLEY 
OFHCE OF THE PRESIDENT 



ELMER REITER. JR. 
COMPTROLLER 




CLARA DeCOURSEY 
PURCHASING AGENT 



JOSEPH FULCOLY 

DEAN OF STUDENTS 




DR. GEORGE TURNER 

DEAN 



DR. JOSHUA FELDSTEIN 
ASSOCIATE DEAN 





ROBERT TASKER 

ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENTS 




JOHN NICE 

ASSISTANT TO DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 



JOSEPH MORELLI 

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 





ROBERT SAUER 

DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID 
ADVISOR FOR 1972 CORNUCOPIA 



LOUIS HEDGES 

ASSISTANT TO DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 





EVELYNN PORTER 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 
ADVISER TO WOMEN 



LILLIAN TOWEY 

FINANCIAL AID SECRETARY 



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\1\1AX TONGYAI 

DIRECTOR OF ALLMM AFF.\IRS 



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OSCAR LARSSON 

REGISTRAR 



ROBERT McClelland 

DIRECTOR OF PLACEMENT AND PUBLICATIONS 





BOYD GHERING 

CHAIRMAN, EVENING AND SUMMER SCHOOL 





GLORIA FAAET, EMILY AULENBACH 
SHIRLEY FINNIE AND PEGGY LAMPE 

SECRETARIES 



GENERAL 
STUDIES 




EDWARD O'BRIEN 

INSTRUCTOR IN GENERAL STUDIES 



DR. GEORGE KEYS 
PROFESSOR OF GENERAL STUDIES 
CH.AIRNLA.N. GENERAL STUDIES 



CHARLES PELLEGRIXO 
INSTRUCTOR IN GENERAL STLTDIES 






DR. RICHARD ZIEMER 

INSTRUCTOR IN GENERAL STUDIES 





DR. PETER CLICK 
PROFESSOR OF GENEFLAJ. STUDIES 




GORDON ROBERTS 

INSTRUCTOR IN GENER.A.L STUDIES 



JAMES CORDON 

INSTRUCTOR IN GENERAL STUDIES 




MATH AND 
PHYSICS 




JAMES POPHAM 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MATH 



FRANCIS HOFSTEADER 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN PHYSICS AND MATH 
CHAIRMAN, PHYSICAL SCIENCES 




THEODORE CHRISTIE, JR. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MATH 



SPECIAL 
INSTRUCTORS 



JOANNE ROBERTS 
SPECIAL INSTRUCTOR IN MUSIC 



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EDITH PRUNDEANU 
SPECIAL INSTRUCTOR IN GERMAN 





JAMES O'REILLY 
SPECL\L INSTRUCTOR IN ART 




ROBERT FITT 

SPECIAL INSTRUCTOR IN BAND 





CLAUDI CORNELL R.N. 

COLLEGE NURSE 




INFIRMARY 



ELIZABETH POTTS R.N. 

COLLEGE NURSE 



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PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 



NED LIXTA 

CHAIRMAN. HEALTH SERMCES 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 




JANE EDGAR 

SECRETARY IN THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 



JOHN SILAN 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF Pm'SIC.AL EDUCATION 






H. WILLIAM GRAVER 

INSTRUCTOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



WILLIAM MITCHELL 

INSTRUCTOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




FRANK WOLFGANG 

INSTRUCTOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



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W. MARK STEPHENSON 
INSTRUCTOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



FRED 




EMERSON DRUMGOLD 

INSTRUCTOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 





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STAFF 




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ANGELO AND NORMAN 



GLENN YORK AND WALTER GROSS 




DINING HALL STAFF 




JOHANNA KEUNECKE 
SUPERMSOR OF HOUSEKEEPING 



HEINZ KEUNECKE 
SUPERMSOR OF CONSTRUCTION 




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CLASS OFFICERS 



Fellow Graduates: 

Four years ago, we started a new life of endeavor here at 
Delaware Valley College aimed at a specific goal. This period 
of time would most probably be the final step before we are 
initiated into life and society. The question that we all must 
ask ourselves now is if whether or not we are ready to take 
that step. Only you can answer that question! 

During our years here we underwent a period of transition. 
This was a metamorphic change. We were transformed from 
carefree college kids into mature adults who are ready, will- 
ing, and able to take their position in a world of constant 
change. I ask you now to look back over the four short years 
that have passed while you attended school and observe the 
changes that have occured here and in the world. I would like 
to remind you all that that great big world around you is 
yours. You are the future leaders. It is your duty to see that 
the world changes with the times. 

I would now like to take this opportunity to wish you all the 
very best of luck in whatever road you wish to travel and al- 
ways remember your college life, the good and the bad. 

Pete Bracchi 
President, Class of '72 



RON SOLLENBERGER, TREASURER 
CLYDE MYERS, SECRETARY 




PETER BRACCHI, PRESIDENT 







STEVE HOWARD, VICE PRESIDENT 




STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 




DAVID FARRAR, PRESIDENT 




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TIMOTHY POWELL, VICE-PRESIDENT 




JAMES MUSSER, SECRETARY 



KENNETH RISSER, TREASURER 



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AGRONOMY 



On behalf of the Agronomy Faculty I want to congratulate 
you for the successful completion of your undergraduate 
studies at Delaware Valley College. From now on you will be 
on your own. You will be facing a world full of more challenges 
than ever before. If the accomplishments of our graduates 
which preceeded you are any indication I am confident you 
will meet successfully and challenge you may face and come 
to the realization at the same time that the education you 
received at your Alma Mater plays not a small part in your 
success. 

Best Wishes and Good Luck to anyone of you! 

Julian Prundeanu, Chairman 
Agronomy Department 




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DR. JULIAN PRUNDEANU 
CHAIRMAN OF AGRONOMY DEPARTMENT 
PROFESSOR OF AGRONOMY 





LAWRENCE BURGHART 



JON KENDIG 





WAYNE KNERR 

Kenny & Darryl, Old Ulman Hall (Jang. 
J. P., Barry, Agronomy Department. "1 
don't know, what do you think?" 



THOMAS EVERETT 

Great times in dorms, great friends, 
parties, N.B.I. S. P. & Kay. 





CARL KLINE 



NICHOLAS KRAVETSKY 




DR. BERRIL GOLD 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF AGRONOMY 





RANDALL L AURIC H 

Llman Hall 1st Floor 1968-69, J. P. and 
The Boys, Thanks to my wife Pat . 



ALAN KULIBABA 

Delaware Valley College, an unforgetta- 
ble experience! 





ROBERT LIPPING OTT 

Dovlestown to home — fifty-five min- 
ute's. Work 228 & 229 Fridays: 




BILL NEILSON 

The years at Delaware Valley College 
have been the proving grounds in estab- 
lishing the convictions and ambitions 
for the lifetime ahead. 



DOUG PHILLIPS 

Those long weeks and short weekends, 
U. S. 611 & Pa. Turnpike, Record hlf) 
Detour Lenape; Friday. 





DON ROBBINS 

J.P.'s comer. Live for weekends. Work 
Hall, Clint's classes. 






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LARRY P. STRUNK 

J P 's corner: Chestnut Hill; Friday 
night trips to Camelback. Long time 
gone! 



JACKROSZEL 





FRED VAN DOREN 

Thanks to all of the many who helped 
me through. 



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THOMAS ZIMMERMAN 

INSTRUCTOR OF AGRONOMY 





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ANIMAL 

SCIENCE 

ANIMAL 
HUSBANDRY 




DR. TIBOR PELLE 

CHAIRMAN ANIMAL SCIENCE 
PROFESSOR ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 



TO THE ANIMAL HUSBANDRY CLASS 1972: 

"Per aspera ad astra" — Rough roads lead to the skies, 
were the words used by the ancient Romans to express 
the hardships but also the hopes to reach success to some- 
one who entered a new phase of life. I join the Romans in 
my hopes. 

Many new problems will arise but you will succeed in 
your endeavors to reach your goals. You are fortunate liv- 
ing in a country with tremendous possibilities, it is up to 
you to grasp them. A good position will be open for every 
good man. 

Until now you had to study, beginning tomorrow you 
will start to learn. 

Your group means something special to me. It achieved 
the highest scholastic average among the twenty graduat- 
ing classes since I joined this institution . 

In behalf of all of us from A.H. I say farewell and wish to 
all of you, happiness and the very best of luck. 

TiborPelle 




DR. GARY BRUBAKER 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ANIMAL SCIENCE 



LEE A. WAGNER 
INSTRUCTOR ANIM.-VL SCIENCE 




RUSSEL ANGSTADT 





BARRY BROWNXEE 

Dynamic dual. Work Hall 1st floor, 
summers of "70. '71. Intramural foot- 
ball. Hockey games. The track. 



EUGENE BAREFOOT 

Weekend trips. Elson Hall. Engage- 
ment. .April 4. 1970. My friends. Gradu- 
ation. Studying in Work Hall. Room 
105. 




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THOMAS V. COOK 

Those "exciting" weekends at D.V.C.. 
Bamess 2nd floor. 1969-71. Rat Lab. 
Charlie's room on weekends. .AB&S. 
Harrv B. and 4 A.M.. Cafeteria work 
VPI All-stars. 





KENNETH ESBENSHADE 



DANIEL GUERS 






CHARLES CONOVER 

INSTRUCTOR POULTRY PATHOLOGY 



DR. L HOWARD KAHAN 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR POLT.TRY PATHOLOGY 




GLENWOOD GUM 

If I have learned to think and be able to 
apply some of the knowledge which was 
presented to me; then my college expe- 
rience was worth while . 



ALLEN HALL 





HARRY HEISER 




FREDRICK R. HOFSAESS 
ASSISTANT I'HOFKSSOK ANIMAI, SCIENCK 



FREDT. WOLFORU 

INSTRUCTOR AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS 





DELBERT JONES 

All of the animals excepting man know 
that the principle business of life is to 
enjoy it! 





RUSSELL G. KENNY 

Preach, Baltimore Bear, Leapin Liz- 
zard, Fred and Gary the VPI Whiz 
Kids, Wolfshohn 33 Judging Team 6, 
Bard College, The Bear Hunt, I leave 
confused but thankful and wiser! 



CHRISTOPHER KLIPP 




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JASPER MEADOWS 

Jam sessions in Segal Hall, Brothers 
together. Wild freshman year, and 
Juanita and 1 Jan. 16, 1969. 



RICHARD LEHMAN 

Llman Hall 1, Farm^S crew, "Leapin 
Lizard," Dynamic Duo, Summer of '70, 
Indecision, Judging Team, and more or 
less — an education , 





LOUIS MERCADANTE 

Customs, Tils, Retlaw, The Animal, 
Engaged to Deb at Homecoming "71, 
Coeds senior vear. 




CHARLES MOSCARELLO 



EDGAR MILLER III 

Open Door?, Wagner, N.B.I., 21 for a 
week. Coronet V.S.Q., Long labs, short 
weekends. Parties at 215, Doctor, Doc- 
tor, and Doctor!, Squeak. 





CLYDE MYERS 

May the Dove of Peace, Love and Un- 
derstanding fold its wings around us. 



LESLIE R.OSBORN 
Four long years Meester! 





JAMES SCHLENER 

The Smith Bros. Hole-In-The-Wall- 
Gang, The big weight cut. Let's go 
cat 'en. 



GREGORY PANCARI 

Ulman Hall third floor. Roommate 
freshman year. Clyde. Ron. Room 308, 
Tomato fight. Outing with the boys, 
T.P. Cubbu, Stubv. Dubbv, Judy. 




JOHN W. SHUTT 





RON SOLENBERGER 



RICHARD SMITH 





WILLIAM STRODE 

This is one experience I would never do 
again or wish on anybody, Tibbs, Re- 
tlaw, N.B.I.. the food, and the cojate. 



WILLIAM E. TYNER 





EARL WEAVER 



DALE WOODS 





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WALTER GROSS 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF 
■i^>"-^ ANIMAL SCIENCE 



DAIRY 
HUSBANDRY 



TO THE DAIRY HUSBANDRY CLASS OF 1972: 

On May 21, 1972, you will graduate from Delaware 
Yalley College and embark upon what may well prove to 
be the most challenging journey of your life. You will 
leave the structured society of education — eight 
o'clock classes, final examinations, term papers, and all 
the other demands of a college student — to enter a so- 
ciety in which you alone are responsible for your future. 

As you begin your journey, you will quickly find that 
the road is not always smooth and easy. The journey 
will require much diligence and determination, but I 
feel confident that your years as a student at Delaware 
Valley College have prepared you to meet these 
demands. 

During the past two years, I have come to know and 
appreciate each of you as an individual. It is, therefore, 
with both sadness and joy that I say "Good-bye" and 
wish you much happiness and success as you journey 
into the future. 

John Plummer 




DR. JOHN R. PLUMMER 
CHAIRMAN, DAIRY HUSBAiNDRY 
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF DAIRY SCIENCE 




MR. RICHARD SMITH 

INSTRUCTOR IN DAIRY HUSBANDRY 



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EARNEST A. BRISTER 



HARRY BROKAW 

The Dair>', A.B.&S., Term paper blues 





ARTHUR COVER 



JOHN H. HAGEMAN 





EVERETT HALSTEAD 

"The best laid plans of mice and men 
aft go astrav." 



ROBERT W. HOCKING 

Great new friends. Growing up. Bad 
times. CCCT Feb. 8. 1970. Trenton, 
Good times. E&J. Bcimess Hall. '72's 3 
man pumpkin raid. Morrisville. Tom & 
VVazul. T.H.E. proctor. 





MICHAEL KEESLER 



BRUCE HORNING 





JAMES D. MUSSER 

3rd floor LJlman. "The Vair," Chester 
Wester. "Bermuda Boys," 21st at the 
Farmhouse, Jimbo, S.G., Bucky . 



GERALD PHILLIPS 

Anabourne Ayrshires — Collegiate, 
"This is Howard Cosell with Dandy 
Don Meredith," Three years with a 
Hort. Boy. August 16, 1971, Dee. 





GARY RUTTER 



KENNETH RISSER 





ANTHONY SAPONE 



WARREN THOMAS 

■■Li%e. Live. Live Life is a Banquet 
and Most Poor Suckers are Star\'ing to 
Death." 





J.BR-\DLEY\VISE 



RAYMOND YOST 

"Love forgives the past, accepts the 
Present, and gives nope to the Future." 




DR. JAMES McCAFREE 
SLTERIXTENDEXT OF D.AJRY 




BIOLOGY 




DR. ELLERY FRENCH 

CHAIRMAN BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY 



TO THE BIOLOGY GRADUATES OF 1972 

As a teacher, and as your advisor, it has been a pleasure 
and a privilege to have worked with you during the past 
four years. During this period, I have watched you grow to 
become mature, responsible, and thinking individuals. I 
believe that you have gained much from your association 
with Delaware Valley College, and the College, in turn, has 
benefited from your association with it . 

Our society has a great need for individuals such as 
yourselves. It is my hope and wish for you that you will 
now use the knowledge that you have gained to teach and 
to assist all of those with whom you come into contact to 
help them to learn and to grow. May you use your knowl- 
edge and ability to nourish the seeds of society, so that a 
better work may germinate and grow from your effort! 



Sincerely, 
Dr. Ellerv VV. 



French 



MR. LIONEL ADELSON 

CHAIRMAN OF DIVISION OF SCIENCE 
PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY 





ALAN BRYANT 



ROBERT BOSENBERG 

All nighters. The Late-Late Show. The 
N.B.I.. Intramural Football. 215 Gold- 
man, Trips to KutztowTi to see Karen. 





RICHARD A. CARVER 

I exist, therefore I think I am. X-coun- 
tr\'. Dorm wine party. Mixers. Fresh- 
man summer session. N.B.L Peach or- 
chard. D.L.B. 



DR. WILLIAM H. ALLISON 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY 





DONALD E. IGELSRUD 

INSTRUCTOR IN BILOGY 



MICHAEL PAUL COPE 

I hope I have brought some smiles to 
those who have been my friends. Peace 
to all of us! Michael Jr. — My main 
inspiration. 





DENNIS DESIMONE 

In our mechanized society a great deal 
of emphasis is placed upon education 
and desire but so little upon respect. 
Teach yourself and your children to re- 
spect others so all will benefit. 



CHARLES DICOLA 

Post office '69, the Pool Hall Crowd, 
Mail '71. the afternoon ride home on 
Fridays, "Nise, " trying to study the 
night before the test . 





DR. JOHN MERTZ 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY 



RAYMOND FUNKHOUSER 

Four years with Boots and Boys, those 
weekend x-country, W practices. Wolf- 
son Hall, Cristmas 1969, sweating 
through Organic, and Donna who 
means everything to me . 





RONALD HENDERSHOTT 

Goldman Hall football. Champs 70 & 71 
Dorm Parties, Gingko Lane, Friday af- 
ternoons — senior year. 



RICHARD HEFTER JR. 




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THOMAS FRANK HOTALING 

Wolfson Hall (>8-69, Goldman football & 
parties 70-71. weekends. 



STEPHEN HOWARD 





JOEL KRAVITZ 

"Sphingids and Sphingidaes", Segan- 
kadated Phortistatsand Parafadas. 




DR. PAUL BOWEN 

PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY 



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DR. JAMES MILLER 
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY 




STEVE MILLER 
••I.H.T. F.C." 





CHRISTOPHER NIELSON 

Lehigh and Beer "68". Billy and Miami, 
Florida 70' Joe and Beaver College '70' 
201 feet "71' Shirley "72" Graduation — 
sometime? 



LEOXPENDRACKY 

If you love the world, you have to touch 
it; even if it hurts. 





DR. ROBERT BERTHOLD 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY 



HOWARD POLLIS ON 





LARRY ROUX 

Skiing on Chesapeake, Thanksgiving 
dinner '70, Ocean City '69, '70, '71, 
Happiness is seeing June after a month, 
Golf 71, '72. 



GREG ROBERTS 





JOHN SCARINCI 
"I. H.T. F.C." 



JON DA\7D SCHLTER 





LARRY H. SNTDER 

Patience. Perser\erance. and Scottv. 



ROX.\LD DEERE\G 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY 





THOMAS W. SMITH JR. 





LARRY STOUGH 

"Now with that out of the way" — R.R., 
"Be that as it may" — R.R., The begin- 
ning faces mel 



BERNARD SWEENEY 





FL\LPH WHITE 

The four years here were truly an "Ex- 
perience". I will never forget the team, 
the Brothers, the good times. Special 
thanks to "Dad" and "Mom". Flip 



RICHARD KENT TOWER 

During my four years at D.V.C., I have 
learned that anything is possible if you 
are determined to tr\'. 





ANTHOISni' WOOD 

D.V.C. has molded a man. that nothing 
in this world can alter. Power to the 
peoplel Big "T" 



STEVEN KYLE YEAGER 

Schlitz and Hoags — weeknights on 
Cooke n. Water skiing at Billy's on the 
Chesapeake. Ocean City '70. Happy 
Hours at the House. Weekends with 
Julie. 




EDWARD A. FUNKHOUSER 

INSTRUCTOR IX BIOLOGY 




BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



TO THE CLASS OF 1972: 

The future opportunities for enlightened business leaders 
is unlimited. Never has there been a time when the business 
community has been called upon to solve such pressing prob- 
lems as pollution, urban restoration, world-wide competition, 
human relations at the work-place, and the new technology. 
How will you, the class of '72, cope with this situation? We 
fell you will do well! You have been well-educated, given a 
fine background, and equipped to meet the challenge of the 
seventies and beyond. Don't be discouraged by the pessi- 
mists. Use the tools that you have acquired and surmount 
the obstacles that must be overcome. You are the future of 
American business. We are sure that we have placed this 
trust in able hands . 

George West 

Chairman, Business Adm. 



GEORGE WEST 

CHAIRMAN OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 





FRANK ARCADE 



CONRAD ADAMI 

Building the league, the tournaments at 
Rider and New York. ■"E"'-to«Ti. Whe- 
lan's economics, "Clearly", the com- 
puter lab. graduating to another school. 





DA\7D BAUER 

Being an Arch-Conser%ative, my sum- 
mer job in Ohio. Barbara, and looking 
forward to my insularity from this 
'nstitution. 




BOYD GHERING 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE 




FREDERICK BEACH 

1968 & 1971 Football season, 1970 Fall 
sports banquet, 1970 & 1971 Track 
Championships. 4.500 bags of rice. Par- 
ties at the Apartment and Cooke Hall 
II. Den-Den-Da. Bill Owen. LaSalle 
mixer. Friday 13, March 1970. 





RIDGEWAY BOILEAU 

Alias Riggy Racer. Those Friday after- 
noon escapes. Red tape indecisions for 
transfer students — "Try it, you'll like 
it." Two great roommates, Answering 
all those Chevy performance Questions. 



BRUCE BINDER 

Two years, what professors, what 
schedules, summer work, extra courses, 
Rabbit . 





ROBERT F. WEINMAN 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



WILLIAM 5. BOMBERGER 

Locked in closet before Junior Promm, 
"Tuddie-Frutti," Fifth of Southern 
Comfort, Ray^ Dave, Chick & Ted 
"The Immigrant," Hitchin' Post . 





HARRY CARTEE 



WILLIAM BRIGHTCLIFFE JR. 




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PETER DUANE 



LARRY EISENHART 





JOEL FEREE 

My college experience is a result of pa- 
tience, guidence, and kindness from 
others. I thank all of you for making it 
possible. 




EDWARD J. McCOOL 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




JOSEPH HILTOX 

Wolfsohn Hall. '68, 213 lounge, 
W.C.S.C.. Happy Acres bam parties. 



DA\1D HARKINS 

I'd like not to evaluate 
the things I love and ones I hate 
Gone is pleasure and the pain 
The same will never come again 
Now let the man arise. 





ROBERT JAMES 



HOWARD HAUSER 





EVAN JENKINS 

To my wife Karen and the Veterans 
Administration, tor her patience and 
their money. 



FRANCIS M. HOMA 





WILLIAM KLAUDER 



EDWARD A. JULIANO 

My 2 years at D.V.C. have not been 
filled with many memorable experi- 
ences, but the most memorable has 
been spent in the pool room. 





JOHN KNISELY 

it's time to get to work now. 



DAVEID WILLAM 
McCULLOUGH 

During my enrollment here, I absorbed 
much knowledge and I would like to 
thank Linda and others for making it 
possible. 





MARK McPEAK 

The peaceful setting and friendly rela- 
tions with my fellow students, I will 
cherish, a few lectures with certain pro- 
fessors were a little boring, amazement 
when I received my test results. 



WILLIAM I. McLEAN 

Trip to playoffs at Albright. Parties at 
the house. Weekend at Billy's on the 
Chesapeake, Ocean City '70, Rainy 
Sundays with Mel. 




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ROBERT 0. MOVER 




EMEDIO RICCI 

Chris — September 9, 1972, One of the 
Cooke n Gang! Ocean City '70 and Bill 
Owen. Holidays at the House, Home- 
coming, Thanksgiving, New Year's Eve. 




RAYMOND ROSE 

Oct. 11, 1968. Mixers, N.B.I., The 
Apartment, Bill Owens and Good 
Times, Bagged and Tagged, June 24, 
1972, Den-Den-da, Mid-week parties, 
Great friends. 





JOHNSHIMKUS 

As a commuting student, there is a rut 
from home to D.V.C., Plus many long 
hours spent in the library between 
classes. 




GARY SCHADE 

Intramurals, Basketball practice. Party 
of '70, Home trips on Wed. 



HERBERT W. SCHULZ 

Bus. Adm. Curriculum Advisory Com- 
mittee, U.P.S. Student Employment 
Recruiter, Former Class of "73" . 





GERALD HANDLER 

INSTRUCTOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



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CHARLES SMITH JR. 

There were some good times and some 
bad but the good times overcame the 
bad. The thing I will remember is the 
Friendships gained. 




GERALD SNYDER 




FREDERICK G. CLARK 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



FRANK SPEZL^LI JR. 

The four years here were like a trip in 
the dessert without any water or food. 









BARRY J. THOMAS 




MICHAEL STOLER 



LOUIS J. VARGA 

Cafeteria, Billy Owen, Eating hoags 
from the N.B.I., Parties at the Apart- 
ment, Trips to Newark to see Wendy, 
Florida '71. 





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CHEMISTRY 



TO THE CHEMISTRY GRADUATES OF THE CLASS 
OF 1972: 



As your advisor and teacher, it has been a pleasure and a 
privilege to have worked with you during your years at 
Delaware Valley . 

Always remember that education is the key to the future 
and that you should strive daily to broaden you education- 
al horizons. 

On behalf of the Chemistry Faculty, may I wish you suc- 
cess in your endeavors. 

ROBERT ORR 



DR. ROBERT ORR 

CHAIRMAN CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT 
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 




DAVID BUG KNKFi 

A frustrating contiiuiiin of red tape, 
balanced precariously by the challenge 
of knowledge. 





ELMER DETRICK 

Life in Cooke Hall 



DR. CHARLES W. WEBER 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 




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A^^ 



NEAL GABRIEL 

Chemistry and the guys during the 
week and Kathy on the weekends. 
Looking forward to 5/21/72 but mostly 
6/10/72 with Kathy. "I'll take a quart." 



DANIEL GOWATY 



DR. RICHARD C. LUGAR 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 




DR. JESSE ELSON 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 




KENNETH TOWNSEND 



RICHARD HOUGHTON 






DR. RICHARD LAZARUS 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 



DR. JOSEPH P. STENSON 
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 










DR. MICHAEL GARRETT 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 




DR. EDWARD GOLDBERG 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY 



FOOD 
INDUSTRY 



SPEECH TO GRADUATES IN FOOD INDUSTRY: 

To encourage individuals on to a greater perfection of 
their communication with fellow-men is a fitting remark. 
It may mean the courage to speak, the effort to listen more 
intently, the sifting and evaluation of opinion, the time to 
sort hearsay from fact, the determinativeness to resist in- 
timidation, the acceptance of responsibility for the impact 
of what you say and so on . 

Regardless of what has to be done, the effort is worth it 
as discourse between man offers some of the most fulfill- 
ing, interesting, promoting, provocative, and sobering 
experiences and remembrances of life. 

You have left behind with the faculty many of these 
remembrances — I thank you for them . 

Richard Dommel 




RICHARD M. DOMMEL 

CHAIRMAN OF FOOD INDUSTRY DEPARTMENT 
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF FOOD INDUSTRY 




MICHAEL J. DETORRE 

Knowledge gained cannot be lost or 
taken awav from vou. 



DANIEL FIGORE 





RALPH FLEMING 




JOHN C.BARNES 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF FOOD INDUSTRY 



!|».^'S^ 




le Chemistiy 

cl Bi()loo;v oC 



YEAST; 




JOHN FURPHY 

The past 4 years would not have been 
possible without the support and sacri- 
fices of my wife. Penny — a wonderful 





JOHN CHOPPER 



STEPHEN GOSCINSKY 

It seems to me the only real dorm on 
this campus is Wolfson Hall! I will nev- 
er forget one night in Lasker Hall in the 
Spring of Freshman year, Delaware Val- 
ley needs more liberal arts and less 3- 
hour labsl 





GREGORY KRATZER 

Ulman Hall 1st floor. The F.I. Gang, 
The Hunt of '71, Katzenjamraer and 
the Katzmobile. 



RAYMOND KWOCZAK 

To my fiancee Luba, for all her support 
and confidence she's given me. 





JOHN L.MANNS 





MICHAEL PRAMICK 

Pram — Hitch Hiking, Weekends, 
Cooke Beach, Whiskey Man, N.B.I., 
Hoagies, Corvettes, Cooke Open, 
Awards, White Rats BAMF. 



JOSEPH G. MORRIS 

Before passing out of time. 
We travel many roads, 
I'm sorry but this one 
Leads nowhere. 





JOHN SMITH 



BYRON ERASER 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF FOOD INDUSTRY 





GLEN WEAVER 




DAVID STINNARD 

The Cooke Hall bunch, the Canadian 
experience, white rats and boss men. 
Thanks to my wife Donna. 





MICHAEL TROST 



FRANCIS P. TANGEL JR. 

Delaware Valley College has enabled 
me to expand my scope of thinking and 
rationalizing, which is the greatest as- 
set a man could obtain. 




HORTICULTURE 




TO THE CLASS OF 1972: 

I am happy and honored to have shared in your strug- 
gles, disappointments, victories and this perhaps your 
greatest achievement . 

In seeking your professional goals you have developed 
your lofty ideals and maintained healthy social attitudes. 
It is my fervent hope that you continue your high ideals, 
grow professionally, and share your talents with others. 
Remember that the greatest personal gratification never 
comes from selfishness since most individual freedom is 
gained at the expense of others. Be quick to recognize 
your individual genetic limitations and strive to develop 
your best traits. Give your full measure to all tasks and 
you will be rewarded accordingly . 

I wish you thegreatest success as you go out to meet the 
challenges of this world and hope that you will return from 
time to time and share them with us . 

Clinton R. Blackmon 

Chairman, Horticulture Department 



DR. CLINTON R. BLACKMON 
CHAIRMAN OF HORTICULTURE 
PROFESSOR OF HORTICLXTURE 




DAVID BOKAN 

Pottstown, Tarantula. Febrauar\' 1971. 
309. 



RICHARD BOGDAN 





RAYBON BONNER JR. 

Weekends in Philadelphia, a walk from 
Willow Grove. "You know it." Cabrini 
College Junior Prom. Bok. Chuckie, 
Bombs. Ted. Tom. and Dewev. 




DR. JOSHUA FELDSTEIN 
CH.MRMAN OF PL.^NT SCIENCES 
PROFESSOR OF HORTICIXTURE 




PETER BRACCHI 

Philly Excursions, JB's. Athletic De- 
partment, Elson Hall, 5 A.M. field 
trips. Pruning Apple trees in the snow. 





HOWARD BREBECK 



GEORGE BOYER 

Linda, track, 55 Chevy, graduation. 




JEROME L.FRECON 

INSTRUCTOR IN HORTICLILTURE 




FRANK CAIRONE 

Lansdale, Spring & Homecoming 
weekends. 





THOMAS DEBROWSKI 

Hatboro, Gumby. Longo's. "Over the 
gym," Feb. 19, Playin' Ball, Friday 
nights. The Base, Xmas '71. 



WILLIAM DEVLIN JR. 





CHARLES FIERST IE 



THEODORE EDZEK 

The crew — Boots, Bok, Bombs, Chick- 
ie, Dewey, Rabon and Tommy. 
Sophomore raft escapade, A trunk full 
of apples, Accentuate the positive, eli- 
mate the negative. Senior Year. 





ROBERT GANCARZ 

The greatest time I ever lived and the 
greatest friends I ever made. Ray, Tom, 
Ted, and Bill. N.B.I. Christa 427 Ford 
Mustangs forever. 





MICHAEL JONES 

4/18/69, 4/11/71, 11/20/71. Gail, Billy 
Owens, Silly Rabbit, Moosell! 



ROBERT GOODMAN 





JAMES LEH 

Nov. 8, 1971 N.B.I. "More Beer" A. P. 1, 
2,3,4. 




DR. DA\1D BLUMMENFIELD 
ASSOCUTE PROFESSOR HORTICLXTLRE 



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RICHARD MERRIT 

Hell, Peace, Frustration. Freshman 
water fights. Work Hall boys, chicken 
on the widowsill, lab exits. Wake up 
Ron! 





GERALD OLSYN 

Falling short of a major goal is always 
depressing, until you think that happi- 
ness is really your biggest goal, and the 
easiest to come bv. 



RONALD LEE MYERS 

Many thanks to all my friends, both fel- 
low students and professors, who have 
made my college experiences both fun 
and rewarding. 





RICHARD PORCARO 

Fear not times of difficulty and uncer- 
tainty, for he who perseveres such times 
through hard work, dedication and 
understanding is the champion! 



ANTHONY PIOTROWSKI 

Always Hunting! Maximum cuts in 
everything there was to cut. A. P. Tree 
Service forever. 





TIMOTHY POWELL 

Success, something reached not by 
dreaming, but attained solely by desire, 
hardship, and labor, assuming one's 
true goals are kept in mind. 




WALTER E. WOOD 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF HORTICULTURE 



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CHRIS WHELAN 



DANIEL R.SHUSS 

My wife Sue, Work Hall 117, 10.5, 103 
John and Joe, Sitting under the palm 
trees Burger Chef, Senior Year. 





DAVID WRIGHT 

In consideration of all the experiences of 
higher education, the greatest and most 
beneficial one can be only that of life 
itself! 



JOHN HOWELL 

INSTRUCTOR OF HORTICULTURE 



RONALD A. YARNELL 

Trips to Norristown. Hort. Club experi- 
ences Come on, I'm not really that 
Cheap! Oh well, it's almost the week- 
end. Some days the bear eats you! 





ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



TO THE ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE GRADU- 
ATES OF 1972: 



The time you have spent with us has been all too short . 

To have you learn in four years all that we could have 
wished for you to leam would take a good deal of the rest of 
our lives. 

Keep the enthusiasm that is usually the unique privilege of 
the young. 

Fredric S. Blau 



-^>.. 



FREDRIC S. BLAU 

CH.\IRM.^N ORNAMENT.^L HORTICLXTURE DEPARTMENT 
PROFESSOR OF LAXSCAPE DESIGN 





WAYNE ALMOND 

After 9 long years No thanks to Un- 
cle Sam. Manv thanks to Anne and the 
Pooh! 





DAVID DOUGHTY 

The extent of my knowledge and experi- 
ence pays tribute to D.V.C. By some 
news standards I may be a fool, but I 
live within myself. 



PAUL BLANC 

God has given me hands which are un- 
limited with selfexpressed creativity. 
To use them against God's creatures 
would be an unforgivable sin. 





GREG EGGENBERGER 

The greatest benefit which I received 
from D.V.C. was that of working and 
being together as a group, rather than 
acting as an individual. I feel the great- 
est enjoyment came only when it was 
shared among the group and especially 
between the tight friendships which 
developed from this group. Other mem- 
ories: Arriving the first day, Benner's 
field trips. 



DAVID C.FARRAR 

Frustration, failure, late nights at a 
drafting table. The Chalfont Post Office 
and Ned. 





MARK HOLAHAN 

My four years here at D.V.C. brings to 
mind the track team, boring weekends, 
lack of money, parties, and close friends 
— male and female, and a fine 
education. 




DAVID E.BENNER JR. 

INSTRUCTOR OF ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 




RICHARD HOVERMAN 

"SNAKE" 



WILLIAM H. HOLDEN 

I'll Remember, "The Ballad of Dwight 
Fry". Fun in Goldman Hall, My insane 
roomates Going home Fridays, The 
pants dance and the Cookie Monster. 
Peace! ! ! 





DAVID C.JONES 

Rhonda, The Apartment, Volky, Har- 
ness Hall, 3 man pumpkin raid, riding 
shotgun. 




FRANK GRAU 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 




ABRAHAM RELLIS 
INSTRUCTOR IN FLORICULTURE 



WILLIAM A. LEINBACH 

"Dillon, Three wheels and a loom, the 
ark. Boom-Boom, Robert Frost, Judy 
Collins, There's a frog on my wall." 





THOMAS G. LITTLEFIELD 

Ambler Campus has everything, 202 
Dinner with Big Red, the enticing trip 
of 70, Dark Shadows and gory details . 



LANNY R. LEWIS 

••72" The End. Country Road Take Me 
Home 309 North Senior Year Weeks got 
longer, weekends Shorter. 





JOHN V. McDONOUGH 

Thanks to evervone. "The Old Man". 



THOMAS MARTIN 

202 Dinner and Big Red. Mr. Benner's 
Nature Walks, Sherlock Holmes movies 
and Saturday night pizzas. Pepsi Ma- 
chine. Spinning wheels . 





JOHN MINER 

Four vears of D.V.C. band. 





BRADLEY PETERSON 

College years were much to remember, 
especially weekends and summers. 
Cooke Hall Gang will never be forgot- 
ten. N.B.I, was the best place lor study- 
ing. BYE! 





TONY ROSSI 

Tom, Ray, Pram, B.J.. Gabriel, John, 
Bunky, Nit, Joe, H.V., Dave Ross. Phil 
Baker, Shoop, Andy, Jacky, Ward, 
Jocky, Alphv, Big T., Trout, Shore, 
N.B.I., Philadelphia. 



JOHN POPE 

Cooke Hall Merrimen live on. Fats, 
Newark and South Philly Express 
"Popestein", Roomies, "Bagged and 
Icrew". 




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CLIFFORD YOUNG 

Lnman III, Homecoming Float, A-Day 
1971, "D.V.C. driver of the year award", 
Friday night mixers, Mr. Blau and 
L.S.D. 



GERALD SCHLEGEL 





DAVID ZABOROWSKI 

Philadelphia International * 202 Mr. 
Benner's Nature Walks, Resident Mar- 
tyr — Velma, The Bamess Hilton. 



RAYMOND ZUCK 

Freshman Chem. Lab, Walks in the 
woods with Benner, Persimon-Nut 
Bread, Home Volkswagon Home! 





SENIORS NOT PICTURED 

BIOLOGY 

BENJAMIN CALEB 

PAUL JONES 

JOESCHIAVO 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM GRECO 

THOMAS PFEIFFER 

JOSEPH SHIELDS 

CHEMISTRY 
CHRISTOPHER SALVADOR 

DAIRY 
THOMAS WAKEFIELD 

FOOD INDUSTRY 

JOSE ELIAS 
MARK KRAMER 

HORTICULTURE 

THOMAS D. CORDREY 

WILLIAM FALKENBURG 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 

ROBERT BADAT 

WILLIAM A. COOK 



IN MEMORIUM 




— When you part from your friend, you grieve not; 

— For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, 
as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain . — 

Gibran 



IN MEMORIUM 




— Your friend is your needs answered. 

He is your field which you sow with love and reap with thnnk^^'ivin; 

And he is your board and your fireside. 

For you come to him with your hunger, and yon spt^ik him for peace. 



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CO-EDS 



ALCOHOL 



OPEN DOOR POLICY 



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Rou 1: A. Pollack. M. Vibostak. E. Nowak. T. Logan, J. Rowe, J. StoU. H. Rippenbaum. Rou 2: K. Lazurick. M. Gould, 
L. Stainbrook, M. Sustack, B. Vibbert. D. Windsor, D. Kucharewski. V. Ehorak, R. Rehm, M. Smith, B. Kessler, J. 
King, E.Blake. 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Row 1: S. Cook, P. Holeombe. Row 2: J. 
Lutz, B. Wischhusen, D. McElroy, J. 
King. 





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Roiv I: L. Michener, B. Best, R. Samulis, G. Zanecoskv, J. Werst,D. Derr. Row 2: L. Dillion, B. Glabau, L. Baum, M. 
Klein, G. Simone. S. Cook. Row 3: J. Fleager, G. Flickinger, T. Cobb, J. Buck, R. Stevens, J. Van Vleck, J. Lutz, T. 
Gimrael, P. Holcorabe. 



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Row 1: P. Koch, A. Hirst, 
J. Wolfinger, F. Walman. 

C. McLaughlin, M. Marsi- 
li, L. Michner, J. Lutz, W. 
Snolyn, B. Wischhusen, 

D. McElroy, S. Lubin. J. 
Quick. 



SOPHOMORE ^ 
CLASS 




Roa- 1: H. Mandell. S. Dowhan. Row 2: I. Niedweske, R. 
Licciardello . 




Kneeling: D. Wilson. A. Weisgold, G. Simpson, P. Johnson, D. Char- 
rier, N. Finnance. Standing: B. Scott, C. Thatcher. T. Horti, R. Mill- 
er. T. Byrne, J. Lalli, J. Quinn, R. Poinsett, R. Richards, R. WUson, 
C. Bojack, T. Whintson. 




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Kneeling: R. Capaldo, T. DelPizzo, A. West, R. Morgan. Standing: W. Bryner, S. Sverduk, D. Tritt, N. Sacce, H. 
Blackmore, A. Vorhauer, D. Vomer, D. Murphy, A. Fracareli, G. Woodruff. 






FRESHMEN 





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CLASS 





Sitting: C. Hoffman, A. Koppe, P. Loughlin, J. Watkins, M. Ack- 
ley, M. Rourke, M. Weller, R. Wielechowski, F. Maehr. B. Neville. 
D. McCoy. Standing: H. Suher, J. Hopps, M. Powell, .1. Rigolizzo, 
J. Blundo, J. Dilks, B. Dyson, B. Leiby, C. Kohler, L. Gaventa, G. 
Kemery, B. Van Horn, B. Smith. 




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First Row: C. Black, J. Salahub. P. Boniface, W. Hopkins, K. Bendt. T. Sliker, D. Myers, J. N'awoczenski. 
Second Row: B. Fetters, J. Bowman, T. Park. F. Ali, R. Croker, M. Courtney, S. Colby. D. Cassel, D. Lon- 
genecker, K, Grube, G. Berkey. 





Siltinf;: E. Copenhaver, 
M. Crisman. J. Harring- 
ton, R. Frankosky, C. Re- 
viello. B. dranath, C. 
Hartman, T. Fox, J. Boru- 
ta. Standing: T. Sventy, 
D. Antizzo, M. Wal, R. 
Arbelo, D. Alff, C. Wood, 
M. (Uass, B. Yurkanin, G. 
Fantuzzi, B. Fredricks, E. 
Enj;le. C. Edinger, S. 
Graeff, J. Irwin, S. Jones. 




First Row: J. Rigolizzo, M. 
Glass, T. Garroll. Second 
Row: K. Buchholz, B. Mil- 
stein, K. Grube. Third Row: 
G. Berkey. 




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Director of Athletics 
Ned. A. Linta 




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i?ou' i. R. Glenn, J. Meadows, W. Brightcliffe, Co-captain F. Beach, Co-captam D. Guers, P. Bracchi, L. Eisenhan, R. Keown. 
Row 2: L. Dillon, A. Timko, .\. Pollack, J. Maloney, R. Petters. Rou 3: B. Nell, H. Dumas, J. Fallon, D. Dumsha. R. Koenig, G. 
Frankhouser. F. Strother, K. Foster. D. Capone, S. Knittel. Ron 4: T. Dumas, E. Wolfe. K. Steffa. T. Carroll. J. Yurkanin. T. 
Smyth. A. Bartlebaugh. J. Bemetske. D. Jardine. R. Fullerton, S. Adell. Rou .5; J. Walsh. M. Belinsky. E. Thomas, J. GU, F. 
Alderfer. M. Ellis. B. Henry. J. Rockafellow, W. Royds, D. Goldberg, D. Nielsen, C. Monteleone. Row 6: W. Urban. J. Sunajko, 
R. Licciardello, B. Craver, Kevin Foley. Row 7: Ned Linta, Director of Athletics; H. W. Graver. Head Coach: E. Dromgold, 
Asst. Coach; A. Brodhag, Asst. Coach; J. Nice, Asst. Coach; W. Mitchell, Asst. Coach: F. Marshall. Trainer. 




TEAM RECORD 



D.V.C. 




Opponent 


21 


Juniata 


14 


7 


Moravian 


13 


20 


Albright 


15 


30 


Wilkes 


35 


28 


Grove City 


12 


13 


Upsala 


22 


14 


Susquehanna . . . . 


7 


16 


Lycoming 


20 



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SENIORS 




(Clockwixe From Bottom) 62 Fred Beach, Co-captain, 41 
Jasper Meadows, 76 Larry Eisenhart, 8:f Bill Brightcliffe, 89 
Frank Arcade, 52 Pete Bracchi, 22 Dan Guers, Co-captain. 



Despite the season's record at 4-4, the team statistically had a very good year. Five of this years starters were 
selected to the First team All-M. A. C. They were: co-captain Fred Beach, linebacker; co-captain Dan Guers 
wide receiver; senior Larry Eisenhart defensive tackle; junior Jim Foote quarterback, and Rich Keown offensive 
guard. Statistics showed the offense to be Number 1 in the league. The Aggies had the number one passer and 
punter in Jim Foote, and the first, second, and third pass receivers in Dan Guers, Warren Urban and Rick Ko- 
enig. Rich Glenn was the second leading rusher in the league. 

Dan Guers became the first MaxweU Award winner at Delaware Valley since Ted Cottrell; he was also selected 
as the Most Valuable Player of the M. A. C. Northern Division. Aiding in his selction to these honors was his 
record performance this year of 672 yds. in 32 catches. 

Next years squad will loose 7 seniors to graduation. The seniors are Frank Arcade, Bill Brightcliffe, Pete Brac- 
chi, Larry Eisenhart, Jasper Meadows, and co-captains Fred Beach and Dan Guers. However, there will be 24 
retuminglettermen for next years campaign. They will baled by co-captains Al Lehman and Jim Foote. 



At the annual Fall Sports Banquet, the outstanding player awards were given. The receipents were; 
Outstanding Lineman — Rich Keown '73 
Outstanding Defensive Player — Jim Maloney '74 
Outstanding Defensive Lineman — Larry Eisenhart '72 
Outstanding Offensive Back — Rich Glenn '73 
Russ Trial Award — Fred Beach '72 
James Work, Presidents Award — Dan Guers '72 
Outstanding Football Player — Dan Guers '72 



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FIRST TEAM 




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SAFETY IN NUMBERS 








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Blaine Detwiler 



Tim Manning 




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TEAM RECORD 

D.V.C. Opponent 

25 Junita 36 

22 Dickinson 37 

31 Mulhenburg 24 

36 Ursinus 20 

19 Albright 38 

23 Phila. Textile 26 

15 Lebanaon Valley 49 

15 Wilkes 45 

43 F & M 16 

22 Susquehanna 37 

15 Washington 47 

48 PMC 15 

8 Wins 4 Losses — 5th Place MAC Championships 



Coach Robert Berthold Jr. 



This years Aggie Harriers experienced their best season in a number of 
years, when they posted a season record of 8 wins and 4 losses. The 1971 
season also saw the team place 5th in the Middle Atlantic Conference Col- 
lege Division Championship Meet at Fairmount Park. This was the high- 
est finish ever of any Aggie Harrier Teams . 

Under the direction of Coach Robert 'Doc' Berthold, the team displayed 
much depth with the majority of the team being underclassmen. This 
years squad was led by Senior Captain Ray Funkhouser. Other top point 
getters for the team were Juniors Jim La Baugh and Joe Schiavo, Sopho- 
mores Bruce Pratt, Dave Sverduk, and Don Murphy who along with Fresh- 
men Tim Manning often led the Aggies to the finish line. At the end of the 
season, Ray Funkhouser was voted the Outstanding Harrier Award, and 
Jim La Baugh was elected to lead the 1972 Harriers. 

Loosing only one letterman to graduation, the rest of this years squad 
will return. With several underclassmen who were very valuable to this 
year's team to add to the already strong nucleus, the outlook for Cross 
Country is very bright for next year. 




Captain KaymundC. Funkhouser 



MILES OF AGONY 
FOR GLORY 




Thev're off and running 





Man against man 



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Harriers make their entrance 




The Aggie 1-2 punch 




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BASKETBALL 




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(Clockwise From Left) Coach Frank Wolfgang, Danny Guers. John Leiner. Mike Wells, Steve Shelly. Gerry Morose, 
Ralph White, Bob Polinsky. Steve Zenko, captain. Jack Harrington, Frank Speziali, Dan Sweeney, Dan Damweber. 
John Silan, Bob Fredericks, Gary Stoudt. Bill Devlin mgr.. Head Coach John Silan. 




Coach John Silan with Captain Steve Zenko. 



Despite a young and inexperienced 
team, tiie DeL Val, Hoopsters under 
head Coach John Silan were still able 
to record 6-16 season. With Seniors 
Ralph White. Frank Speziali, Danny 
Guers, Junior Bob Polinsky. Sopho- 
more Steve Shelly and Freshman 
John Silan providing the firepower 
the Aggies were never taken lightly. 
Moving into the new Sidney New- 
man Gymnasium surely contributed 
to the exempliary spirit and hustle 
displayed on the hard woods. With 
only the loss of three seniors and with 
Captain Steve Zenko returning along 
with all the rest, the outlook for next 
vear is indeed a bright one. 



RECORD 



D.V.C. Opponent 

63 Drexcl (57 

56 Juniata 49 

74 Rider 100 

54 Upsala 56 

81 Drew 60 

49 Glassboro 74 

49 Ursinus 53 

48 Ursinus 58 

59 Glassboro 87 

57 Albright 68 

58 Wilkes 52 

64 Washington 73 

80 Lycoming 53 

69 Moravian 91 

75 Elizabethtown 78 

70 P. M. C 83 

75 Scranton 93 

79 Susquehanna 73 

82 Philadelphia 

Textile 94 

75 Muhlenberg 74 

80 Wagner 81 

73 Farleigh-Dickinson 97 




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SENIORS 




Frank Speziali 




Danny Guers 




Ralph White Shoots for two 





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WRESTLING 1971-1972 




Raw I: mgr. Gene Nowak. John Hopper, Joe Thonus. Don Delorme, George Cummins. Michael Ackley. Ron Jennings, Al Vor- 
hauer. mgr. Frank AH. Row 2: Coach Stephenson. Peter LeVan, Tom Lehman. Ray Johnson. Brent Franklin, cap. Larry Eisen- 
hart, Al Bartlebaugh, Jay Witwer, Jeff Piscitelli, James Thorpe, mgr. Steve Howard. 




D. V. C.'s highlights were seen many times in the 
fine efforts of determined individuals on the team. 
This year's team will be loosing only two seniors, 
those being John Hopper and Larry Eisenhart. Larry 
Eisenhart did an outstanding job of returning from a 
knee operation at Christmas to cap the 190 lb. M. A. 
C. championship at Elizabethtown College. George 
Cummins and Joe Thonus both had great seasons 
with 12-2 records and placing second in the M. A. 
C.'s. Other place winners in the M. A. C.'s included 
Ron Jennings third, Brent Franklin and Al Bartle- 
baugh fourth to give D. V. C.'s team third in the M. 
A. C. confrerence. Special thanks to Eugene Nowaks 
for his three vears work as team statistician. 



Captain Larry Eisenhart and coach Mark Stephenson. 



D. V. C. Opponent 

30 .Juniata 9 

27 Ursinus 19 

32 Wester Maryland 7 

36 Lebanon Valley 9 

41 P. M.C 6 

24 (llassboro 9 

42 Dickinson 1 

29 Rider 11 

12 Lycoming 22 

16 Susquehanna 18 

23 Moravian 16 

40 Muhlenberg 7 

43 Scranton 3 

22 Baptist Bible 21 







BASEBALL 1972 




From Left To Right: Row 1: Gary Stoudt, Jem- Biehl, Wa\-ne Remo. James Bucciarelli. Robert Po- 
lmsk\-. Kevin Foster. Tom Debrowski. Rou 2: Andrew Timko. Edward Biddle. Paul Heissenbuttel, 
Gerr>- Moroz. Charles Roller. David Ferenchick. Rou 3: Coach John Silan. James Crooke. Donald 
Olesko. Flovd .\lderfer. Ass't Coach John Nice. 



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The Aggie Diamond men under Head 
Coach John Silan and assistant coach 
John Nice started the season off with im- 
pressive wins over Drew University and 
Wilkes College. Returning to see plenty of 
action are Captain Jim Bucciarelli and fel- 
low senior Tom Debrowski. Juniors Bob 
Polinsky, Dave Ferenchick. Sandy Timko, 
and Wayne Remo. along with Sophomore 
Gar>- Stoudt. With excellent strength in 
all departments, hope is high for a suc- 
cessful season. 



Captain Jim Bucciarelli with Coaches John Silan and 
John Nice. 



SCHEDULE 



April 


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Drew University 


April 


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Wilkes College 


April 


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lA'coming College 


April 


12 


Moravian College 


April 


15 


Susquehanna I'niv. 


April 


18 


Klizabethtown College 


April 


20 


I'rsinus College 


April 


22 


Philadelphia Textile 


April 


26 


Upsala College 


May 


1 


Muhlenberg College 


May 


4 


Lincoln University 


May 


6 


Juniata College 







Mound ace Bob Polinskv shows his lorm. 





As do seniors Jim Bucciarelli and Tcmi Dehrowski 






The "kid" scoopes up another. 



Sophomore Ed Biddle swings for extra bases . 




\\"a>iii> Kliiiu aUtiuplt. Uj ^curt.■ at;aiiK-.t Wilkt- 




Two more Aggies score. 




Gary Stoudt and Dave Ferenchick lee off. 




While Bob Polinskv defends. 



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The pain of extra effort . 




Bob checks his swing. 



Wilkes takes a third strike. 




A close play at third. 



TRACK 1972 



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From Le/f fo Right: Row 1: Coach Craver. Joe Schiavo, Bill Bomberger. Dan Guers. Steve Howard. Fred Beach. Chris Xielson. Ass't. Coach 
Mitchell. Rou 2: Rich Osman. Bill Kepler. John Bemetske, John Vurkanin. John Bray. Dave .\lff. Jim LaBaugh. Steve Brown. Larr>- Dell. Row 
3: Mark Pearlswig. .M liaczynski. Tim Manning. Bill Royds. Jim Watkins. Don Murphy. Bill Smith. Tim Paxton. Bruce Pratt . 




Coach Craver. Co-captains Dan Guers and Steve Howard and Coach Mitchell. 




This years track team led by Co-captains Dan 
Guers and Steve Howard is looking forward to a suc- 
cessful season. The senior members are expected to 
be among the top point getters. They are Dan Guers, 
sprinter; Steve Howard, pole vault; Chris Xielson, 
javelin; Fred Beach, shot put; Bill Bomberger, dis- 
cus; and Joe Schiavo, middle distance. Underclass- 
men to watch as point getters are Bruce Pratt, 440 
sprints; Tim Manning, long distance; Don Murphy, 
long distance; and Steve Brown, hurdles. 



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April 8 



Dan Guers, Co-captain 




April 


12 


April 


15 


April 


19 


April 


25 


April 


27 


April 


28 & 




29 


May 


5&6 



Dickinson College 
Lycoming College 
Juniata College 
Lincoln University 
Lebanon Valley College 
Kutztown State 
Albright College 
Susquehanna University 

Penn Relays 

M. A.C. Championships 
at Dickinson College 



Steve Howard, Co-captain 




Hill Bomberger 








Joe Schiavo 



TENNIS 1972 




Row 1: John Hauser, Walt Hopkins, Capt. Eraidio Ricci, Bill McLean, Tony Fracaroli. Row 2: Coach Dromgold, J. C. Baily, Greg Roberts, 
RodTurpin, Butch Rose, Steve Jones. 



April 5 
April 8 

April 12 

April 17 

April 20 

April 25 

April 27 
May 3 

May 5 & 6 



Drew University 

Lycoming College 

P. M.C. Colleges 

Philadelphia Textile 

Juniata College 

Screnton University 

Ursinus College 

Susquehanna University 

M. A. C. Championships 
at Moravian 







Coach Dromgold and Capt. Emidio Ricci 








Emidio Ricci 



Greg Roberts 




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GOLF 




From Left to Right: 1st Row: Mike Wells, Angela Petraglia, Chuck DiCola, 2nd Row: Coach Wolfgang, Dennis 
O'Brien, George Bergdoll, Head Coach Ned Linta, 3rd Row: John Rowe, Rick Umani, Larry Roux. 



April 


7 


Swarthmore College 
Elizabethtown College 


April 


10 


John Hopkins University 
Dickinson College 


April 


14 


Wagner College 
Phils. Textile 
Susquehanna University 


April 


18 


Moravian College 
Scranton University 


April 


21 


W. Maryland College 
Lebanon Valley College 


April 


26 


Scranton University 
Lycoming College 


April 


28 


Ursinus College 
Haverford College 


May 


1 


M. A. C. Championships at 
Hidden Springs Country 
Club 


May 


4 


Muhlenberg College 
Albright College 


May 


8 


P. M.C. Colleges 




Coach Wolfgang, Coach Linta and Captain Angelo Petraglia. 




Chuck DiCuUi 





Angelo Petraglia 



THE THREE FACES OF DANIEL C. GUERS 

D.V.C.'s only present letter winner in three sports. 





Dan's records at D.V.C. 

Most yards for receptions in one season — 672 yds. 

Longest punt return — 85 yds. 

Most interceptions in one game — 3 (tie) 

Most assists in one basketball game — 13. 

100 yard dash — 9.8 seconds. 

220 yard dash — 21.6 seconds. 

440 yard relav team — 43.6 seconds. 



SPORTS POTPOURRI 





Homecoming Festivities 



Dan Sweeney for two. 



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STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 



The force of major change on our campus is gaming 
momentum, the force of the student body is begin- 
ning to be felt, the need for a free educational com- 
mxmity is being realized. Why has this happened this 
year? The answer is simple, our college is maturing 
and our students want more responsibility. I wish to 
commend this years Student Government for captur- 
ing that spirit and relaying it to our administration 
without making any more rules and regulations. 

Sincerely. 
David C . Farrar 
S.G. President 71-72 





Ray Funkhouser. Bruce Milstein. John Rigolizzo, Glenn Berkey, Ira Niedweiske. Ken Buchhoiz. 



INTERCLUB COUNCIL 




Left to Right: Clyde Myers, Warren Thomas. Tim Powell. Joe Smith. Dave Kmdig. Ira Niedweske. Dave Zaborowski, Chuck Volpe. Jack Roszel. 




ICC Officers: Tim Powell. Warren Thomas. Wayne Knerr. 



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HORTICULTURE 
SOCIETY 




Kneeling: Ron Myers, Vice-president: Jeff Werst. Publications; Standing: 
Abbott Lee. A-Day Rep: Ron Yamel. Treasurer: Joe Smith. President: Jerr\- 
Olsyn. Secretary. 




Kneeling: Dennis Derr. Ray Samulis, Joe Smith, Jerry Olsyn, Ron Yamell. Standing: Rick Barton, Rich Porcaro. Dave 
Wright, Lyle Leighton, Gary Zanecosky, Don Allison. Ted Edzek. Sitting: Joe Nawoczenski. John Quinn, Art West. Joe 
Solomon, Carter Hoffman, Russ Licciardello, Standing: Dennis McAnall, Dave Huston, Hal Blackmore, Gene Nowak, 
Jeff Werst, Abbott Lee. 




ORNAMENTAL 

HORTICULTURE 

SOCIETY 



Dave Zaborowski. Pres.. Paul Blanc. V. P. and A-Day Rep., Tom Littlefield. Re- 
freshment Chr., Cliff Young, Treasurer, Bob Miller, A-Day Rep. 



Sitting: Cliff Young, Tom Littlefield. Kneeling: Paul 
Blanc, Dave Kipphut, Vince Dvorak. John Trexler. 
Standing: Ray Shipe. Dave Zaborowski, Dave Farrar, 
Greg Eggenberger, Mr. Blau, Dave Doughty, John 
McDonough. 





Row I: John Quinn, Paul Karcewski, Jim Watkins, Row S.- 
Mike Cole, Chuck Bojack, Edwin Copenaer, Bob Miller, Row 
3: Dave Bashnick, Mark Saunders, Peter Johnson. Joe Nawec- 
zenski, Michael Weller. 



AGRONOMY CLUB 




Eric Scheib, A-Day Rep., Dave Kindig Sec, Gar\' Kravetsky, V. P.. Charles 
Volpe, Pres., Scott Cook, V. P. 




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Row I: Bob Leiby, Cathy Thomas, Ruth Arbelo, Tom Kendig, Row 2: Randy Laurich, Don Robbins, 
Row 3: Gary Kravetsky, Carl Kline, Mike Wasylkewicz, Charles Volpe, Scott Cook, Eric Scheib, Dave 
Kindig. 




SOIL 
CONSERVATION 



Eric Sheib, Secretary & Treasurer, Angelo Petraglia, Pub. Relations, Wayne B. 
Knerr, President. 



Kathy Thomas, Ruth Arbelo, Don Robbins, Tom Kendig, Carl Kline, 
Randy Laurich, Gary Kravetsky, Eric Scheib, Paul Beers, Angelo Pe- 
traglia, Chuck Volpe. 




APIARY SOCIETY 




Left to Right: Neil Kratz. Bill Keppler. Bob Jacobus, Dave Sverduk. Don Murphy. 




Sitting: Neil Kratz. Pres.. Standing: Joel Kravitz, Sec. Eugene No- 
wak, Treas.. Dave Sverduk, Honey Sales Chr. 




Dr. Fred Hofsaess, Jack Roszel, Pres., Melody Smith, V. P., Cindy Harding, Sec, Rich Osborne, Treas., Mark Marsili, 
Prog. Chairman. 




JLAA^ 






PArd 




EQUINE 
CLUB 



Row 1: Dr. Hofsaess, Rich Osborne, Jack Roszel, Paul Heissen- 
buttel, Mark Marsili. Row 2: Dale Berger, Cindy Harding, Dot 
Antizzo, Cammy Wood, Deborah Coleman, Melody Smith. Row 
3: Carol Finnie, Gayle Berger, Peggy Courtney. Sally Colbey, 
Laurel Sterling. 




Gan- Rutter. Sec. Bradley Wise, V. P., Warren Thi.ma>. Pres., Jerr\- Phillips, Intramurals. Jim Musser. Trea. 



DAIRY 



Rou- 1: Glno LaBruzzo. Garth Brown. Tom Wake- 
field, John Hageman, Warren Thomas. Harr>- Bro- 
kaw. Row 2: Ken Risser. Jim Musser. Bradley Wise. 
Ernie Brister. Bruce Homing, Gary Rutter. Bill 
Haines, Jim Berry, Marvin Lowensteiner . 




SOCIETY 




Row 1: Fred Maehr, John Grice, Tom McWilliams, Dave Wiand, Bob McCoy, Dave Longenecker. 
Row 2: Bob Morgan, Glenn Berkey, Ken Grube, Rich Wielechowski, Freeman Evans. 




Bill Strode, Rich Lehmen, Barn,' Brownley, Delbert Jones, Russ Kenny, Clyde Myers, Lou Mercadante, Bill Tyner, Harry 
Heiser, Gene Barefoot, Ken Esbenshade, Tom Cook, Russ Angstadt, Chuck Moscarello, Rich Osborne. 



BLOCK AND 



BRIDLE CLUB 





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Melody Smith, Larry Baum, Dave Fink, Frank Ali, Don Schaeffer, Tom Byrne, Bill Keppler, Greg Fancan, Peter LeVan. 
Steve Rothenberg, Dr. Pelle, Kneeling: Rich Smith, Bill Tyner, Al Hall, Gary Miller. 




Bruce Vibbert, A-Day Rep.. Steve Goscinski. Publ.. Dave Windsor. Sec.. John Furphy. Pres.. Gary Webb, 
V. P., Greg Kratzer, Intramurals. 



FOOD 




Sitting: Frank Tangel, Bruce Vibbert, Standing: .\nthony Fracaroli. Dave Stinnard. C.reg Kratzer. John 
Smith, John King, Dave Windsor. 



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Front: Mike Trost. Joe Morris, John Manns. Glenn Weaver, Dan Figore. Michael Pramick, Steve Gos- 
cinsky, Mark Kramer, John Hopper, John Furphy. 



INDUSTRY CLUB 



Center: Ray Shaffer. Row 2: Walt Smolyn. Bob Wischhusen, Joe Stoll. Roa- 3: Walt Hopkins, Gary- 
Webb, Joe Stout, Parvin Richards, MikeToretta. FtodTurpln. 




SCIENCE SOCIETY 




Tim Kelly, Sec., Steve Dowhan, V. P., Dr. Orr, Ira Niedweske, Pres., Gene Fink, 
Treas. 




ba Niedweske, B. Bolehala, Dr. Orr, Gene Fink. Norman Finnance, John Markiewicz. Dave Charrier. Robert Poinsett. 
B. Van Lenten, Glen Berkey. 




Al Lehman, Pres. Rich Keown, V. P., Emedio Ricci, Sec. John Quick, Treas. 



ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 










Rou' I: Stan Graeff. Jim Gil, Rich Wells, Kevin Foley, Daniel Moffitt. Row 2: Rich Keown, Matt Fricker, 
Frank Bryant. Row 3: Joe Lynch, Ray Capozzi, Jerry Simmons, John Sikina. Bill McClean. Joe Russ, Ken 
Kling, John Bemetskie. 




Tony Fracaroli, Doug Van Nuys, Ron DeClement, Pete Boniface, Horst Klein, Paul Karcewski, Bob Jaco- 
bus, Mark Brandsness, Jim Trainor, Carter Hoffman, Brent Franklin, Jeff Matulay, Bill Smith, Greg Eg- 
genberger. Bill Neville, Wynn Cowgill, Dave Stenberg, Fred Wollmann, Jim Lutz, John Wolfinger, Bob 
Scott, Fred Mohr, Mike Pomerantz, Gary Simpson, 



SKI 



CLUB 



Anthony Fracaroli, Chrmn, Horst Klein, Chrmn, Paul Kar- 
cewski, Chrmn., Robert Jacobus, Sec. 




SCUBA CLUB 




Prof. Adelson, Dave Acton. Pres., Rick Stevens, V. P., JoeLalli, Treas. 



Mark Marsili, Rick Stevens, Glenn Dopf, Joe Nawoc- 
zenski, Dan Daransky, Craig Hartman, Bill Smith. 





Mike Ackley. Dave Acton, Joe Lalli, John Wilmer, Drew Paxson. Walt 
Hopkins. 



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KARATE 
CLUB 




WEIGHTLIFTING CLUB 




Marty Gould, Norman Finnance, Glen Berkey. Standing: Ken Lazurich, Robert Poinsett, Dave Wright, Andy Pollack, 
Dennis DeSimone. 




RAP 



Bruce Kittles, Preston Wilkerson, Paul 
Jones. Barry Thomas, Advisor Mr. 
McClelland, Ralph White, Jasper 
Meadows, Dan McElroy, Tony Wood, 
Tony McNair. 




FISH 



AND 



GAME 



Richard Oglevee, Pres., Tom Gerard. V. P., Howard Rose, Sec. 
Treas., Jerry Tumolo, Range Off. 



Dick Oglevee, Tom Gerard, Vincent Ser- JK 

inese, Gerard Tumolo, Mike Grogan. David I* — 

Babcock, Howard Rose. 




VARSITY 
CLUB 




Kneeling: Dave Ferenchick, Sec, Wayne Remo, A-Day Rep., Ned A. Linta, Advisor. Andy Timko, 
Pres., Pete Bracchi, V. P., Jim LaBaugh, Treas. 




Row 1: Ned A. Linta, Bill McClean, Bob Polinsky, Andy Timko, Dave Ferenchick, Tom Debrowski, Larry Eisenhart. Row 2: Joe 
Thonus, Bruce Pratt, Dave Sverduk, John Hauser, Jim Schlener, Danny Guars, Steve Howard. Row 3: Howard Rose, Jim LaBaugh, 
Wayne Remo, Jim Foote, Kevin Foster, Brent Franklin, Gary Simpson. 



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Tom Littlefield, Publ.. Delben Jones. V. P.. Tom Cook. Sec. Rich Lehman. .\-Day 
Rep.. Russ .■\ngstadt. Pres.. Greg Pancari. A-Day Rep. 



DELTA 

TAU 
ALPHA 





Gary Rutter, Brad Wise, WaiT«i Thomas, Larry Strunk, 
Delbert Jones. Row 2: Ken Risser, Tom Cook, Greg Pancari, 
Rich Porcaro. Tom Littlefield, Art Cover. Middle: Clyde 
Mvers. 



New DTA Members 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




Bill Strode, Sec, Dave Tiechman, Business Mgr., Jim Lutz, 1st V. 
P., Larry Maslow, Treas., Mike Vibostok, '2nd V. P., Rich Wilson, 
Alumni Sec. 




Joe Solomon, Russ Licciardello, Eric Scheib, Ken Bucholz, Dr. Orr, Larry Ma.-.l(iw. .Jim Lutz, Mark 
Brandsness, Kirbv Ellis, Joe Smith. Rich Wilson, Bob Leiby, Dennis McAnal . 



GLEE CLUB 



MUSICAL 




Dave Chamer, V. P., Rich Hoverman. Pres., Bruce Reinhardt. Treas.. Tim Whitson, Sec. 




At Piano: John Mmer, Mrs. Roberts. Row 1: George McCarter, Tim Whitson, Karen Fry. Ray 
Samulis, Pete Frenze. Dave Crooke, Dave Graham. Row 2: Jim Brown, Steve Mowory, Mark 
Cole. Chuck Bojack. Dave Charrier. Rich Hoverman. 



ACTIVITIES 




John Miner, ADay Rep., Martin Miller, Band Librarian, Dave Charrier, A-Day Rep., Tim 
Whitson, Sec.-Treas., George McCarter, Pres., Chuck Bojack, V. P. 



BAND 




Cindy Smith, Gayle Berger, Dave Charrier, Tim Whitson, George McCarter, Martm Miller. Mr. Fitt. -lerry Phil 
lips, John Miner, Jim Watkins. 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 



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Dave Thomas, Pres.. Allan Slook, V. P., Bill Turner. Treas.. Phyllis Shaub, Sec, Paul Beers, Dave 
Teichman, Transportation Advisor, Bob Miller, Inventorv' Consultant, Bob Weber. 



CONTEMPORARY CLUB 




Nejat Rabizadeh, Ana Simon. Chuck Bojack, Debra Coleman, Peter Ferris. 




A DAY 
COMMITTEE 



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George McCarter, Eric Scheib, Richard Lehman, John Miner, Wayne Remo, Jim Lutz, John 
Furphy, Richard Osborne, Barry Brownley. 




Preparing for a -day ■; 



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THE GLEANER 




Gary Miller, Nat'l. Sec.-Treas. of Agricultural 
Communicators of Tomorrow. 




Gary Miller, Bob Bosenberg, Chris Klipp, George McCarter, Anthony Piotrowsky. 



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STUDENT 

GOVERNMENT 

NEWS 




Delbert Jones 




CO-EDITORS 



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CORNU 



Gar\' Rutter 





Greg Pancari — Underclassmen, Bradley Wise — Faculty & Administration, Chris Klipp — Clubs & 
Activities. Warren Thomas — Opening Section . 



COPIA 



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Kyle Yeager — Business, Emedio Ricci — Business, Ray Funkhouser — Sports, Jerry Phillips — Sports, Chris Whelan 
— Photographer. 




who's who 



1972 



Kneeling: P. Blanc, .1. Musser, D. Jones, R. Lehman, B. Sweeney, L. Pendracky. Standing: R. Myers, R. Funkhouser, 
J. Furphy, R. Hoverman, W. Thomas, R. Angstadt, H. Schulz, W. Knerr, P. Bracchi, T. Powell, B. Wise, C. Myers, 
K. Risser. 



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ADVERTISING 



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"For" 
''Improvement" 

Compliments 



THE 

STUDENT 

GOVERNMENT 



Compliments 

NEAMAND'S WHITE EAGLE FARM 

CORP. 



2015 Lower State Rd. 
Doylestown, Pa. 



"Thanks To" 

JEAN SARDOU STUDIO 

Strawbridge and Clothier 
Neshaminy Mall, Pa. 

Photographers for the 1972 Yearbook 



PHONE: 348-5058 



CONTEMPORARY CORNER CARD & GIFT SHOP 



Distinctive Gifts - Greeting Cards 



Chal - Brit Plaza 
William J. KEMNER Rt. 202. new Britain. Pa. 18901 




"1k» Jtame 0/ Nitx '5Zoo^«a*" DOYLESTOWN 

WEST AND STATE STREETS ROUTE 202 



SMITH 
MARINE 

573 E.Butler Ave. 

New Britain 

Pennsylvania 

18901 



YORK'S 

FEED AND 

GARDEN 

SUPPLY 



524 East Butler 

Ave. 

New Britain 

Penna. 18901 



ROGER W. KRAUT 

Jewler 




29-31 W. State St. 
Doylestown 
Penna. 18901 



DAILY 

INTELLIGENCER 

CO. 

10 E. Court St. 

Doylestown 

Pennsylvania 

18901 



JOHNSTON 
HARDWARE 

Rt. 202 and Moyer 

Rd. 

Chalfont 

Pennsylvania 

18901 



liiU VANDEGRIFT 



INC. 



FRICIDAIRE 

MAYTAG 

CHRYSLER 

KITCHENAIO 

WtLBILT 

SCOTSMAN 

CORNING 

GIBSON 



450 E. Butler Ave. 
New Britain, Pa. 13901 



SALES & SERVICE 





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350 NO. MAIN STREET 

CHALFONT, PENNSYLVANIA 18914 

PHONE: 822-0104 



Compliments 

BLOCK AND 
BRIDLE CLUB 



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ANNJVCRSARY 
BLQCK^BRJOLE 




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BUCKS COUNTY BANK 
AND TRUST CO. 

Extends Best Wishes To 
The Class of 1972 

Bucks Co. Bank and Trust Co. 

Chalfont 

Penna. 18914 



Bobby Shantz 


CLEMENS 


OXBOW 
BARBER 


TYSON 


BULL PEN 


CLEANERS 


SHOP 


MUSIC 


DAIRY BAR 


INC. 


Mr. Jack Edwards 


331 N. Main St. 


Chalfont 
Penna. 18914 


Chal-Brit Plaza 
NewBritian, Pa. 


301 W.Butler Ave. 

Chalfont 

Penna. 18914 


Doylestown 
Pa. 18901 



Compliments 



HORTICULTURE CLUB 



COMPLIMENTS 



CLASS 



OF 



1974 



Compliments 
of 

DELTA TAU ALPHA 
HONOR SCIENCE FRATERNITY 



KENNY'S NEWS AGENCY 
& BOOKSTORE 



Can we help? 
More than 25,000 books. 

Kenny's News Agency & Bookstore 

17 West State Street 

Dovlestown, Pa. 




THOUGHTFUL GIFTS 

AND CARDS 
FOR ALL OCCASION'S 



^ife and 5rums 



156 West State St. 

Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

(215) 348-5455 

Mon. - Closed 

Tues. to Sat. 

9:30 to 5:30 

Fn. - 9:30 to 5:30 



Good Luck Seniors 
from 

FIRST PENNSYLVANIA 
BANK 



379 North Main Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 

Tel: 355-6760 



BAGATELLE NURSERY 
INC. 

p. 0. 606 
Center Moriches 
New York 11934 



CONGRATULATIONS 
SENIORS 

from the 
Class 

of 
(1973) 



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We Haven't Changed Our Symbol In Over 101 Years 
Because We Feel It Tells Our Story 



At the hub of your community 



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you and your neighbors 






will find Community Federal Savings 




with a service for everyone in the community 




Community 
Federal Savings 

and Loan Association cfPhicdepho 



195 E. Butler Avenue (At Mover RoadI Chalfont, Pa. 
With Offices Throughout The Delaware Valley 



ORGANIZED 1871 



DAIRY SOCIETY 

Extends 
best wishes 

to the 
class of 1972 



DOUBLE J DAIRY BAR 



Route 202 — W. of Chalfont, Pa. 

Steak Sandwiches — Hamburgers — 
Fried Shrimp — Home Made Ice Cream 
Pizza — Take Out Counter 
and Dining Room. 



822-9921 



Ed Landes, Prop. 



Greenhouse Tomatoes 
Pick-It-Yourself Strawberries 



Com L'nder Plastic 
Quality Produce 



E.S. POWELL, JR.& CO. 



Farming Under Plastic 



Farm: 845-1760 
Residence: 428-1760 



Leonards Lane 
Thorofare, N.-J. 08086 



To The Class of "72" 



Compliments of 



WESTWOOD CARWASH 



"The Modern Exterior Carwash' 



777 Mantua Pike 



Woodbury 

Tel: (609)845-7389 
Co-Owners 
Albert C. Desimone 
Thomas J. DiPilla 



New Jersey 



Managers 
Ronald J. Simonelli 
Dennis N. Desimone 



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Highest Interest VIP Savings Bonds 
Snap-Save Savings Accounts 
Christmas and Vacation Clubs 
Business Loans • Personal Loans 
Automobile Loans • Construction Loans 
Mortgage Loans • Bank by Mail 
Trust Services • Estate Planning 
Extra Cash Account Credit Lines 
Safe Deposit 
VIP Executive Credit Cards 



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Industrial Valley Bank 

and Trust Company 



Member FDIC 



S & H Green Stamp Repairs 

SMITH'S MOBIL 
SERVICE STATION 

W.E.Smith F'rop. 

Phone 345-9817 


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Best Wishes Seniors 

JOSEPH H. KERSHNER 
PHARMACIST 

Doylestown, Pennsylvania 


GIRARD 
BANK 

FDIC 

We want you to be 
glad you bank here. 


BILL BURNSIDE 
SHELL SERVICE 

Rt.202&LafyetteSt. 
Doylestown, Penna. 18901 


Good Luck Seniors 
Class of 1975 


CHALFONT 

PHARMACY 

INC. 

Rt.202andMoyer 

Road 

Chalfont, Pa. 


Compliments of 

NEW 

BRITAIN 

INN 

Nick and Paul 


We, the 1972 Cornucopia Staff, can not thank 
enough those who gave of their time and energy 
towards the production of this "Collection of 
Memories." Special thanks go out to Laura, 
Judy, and Dave Thomas who served beyond 
their call of duty. 

Again Our Thanks, 
The '72 Com Staff 




THE STUDENT STORE 



Serves You 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



AUAMHONKADW^ 

522SelmaSl. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 191 If! 

B.A. 

Photci ('lull 1. Intercollegiate Bowling team 2, 

:i. Captain 4, Intramural Bowling ['resident 4, 

Secretary 1.2, Treasurer 1,2,3. 

ALMOND, WAYNE N. 
69 S. Main St. 
Yardlev, Pa. 19067 
O.H. 

ANC.STADT. KL'SSELI. K. 
Box 1 1 

Milford Square. Pa. 189,35 
A.H. 

Block & Bridle Club 1,2,3,4; Delta Tau Alpha 
3, President 4; Livestock Judging Team 4, In- 
ter-Club Council 4. A-Day Committee 3. 

BADAT, ROBERT B. 

."•,00 Cornell Rd. 

Burlington City. N.J. 08016 

O.H. 

A. P.O. 1, Treasurer 2, President 3,4. 

BAREFOOT, RUSSELL E. 
R.D. = 1 

Osterburg. Pa. 16667 
A.H. 

BAUER. DAVID A. 
940 Folley Rd. 
Warrington. Pa. 18976 
B.A. 

BEACH. FREDERICK W., JR. 

2821 Miriam Ave. 

Roslvn. Pa. 19001 

B.A. 

Football 1,2,3 Co-captain 4; Track 1,2,3,4; In- 

tramurals 2,3.4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Business 

Club 1.2,3,4. 

BINDER, BRUCE E. 
,538 South Main St. 
Telford, Pa. 18969 
B.A. 

BLANC. PAUL L. 

913 Edna St. 

Bridgeville, Pa. 15017 

O.H. 

0. H. Society 2. Vice-President 3.4; A-Day 

Rep. 3.4. 

BOGDAN, RICHARD M. 
R.D. -2 
Dallas. Pa. 18612 
Hort. 

Apiary Society 3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; A-Day Com- 
mittee 3. 

BOILEAU, RIDGEWAY F. 

446S.GulphRd.. 

King of Prussia. Pa. 19406 

B.A. 

BOKAN. DAVID L. 

2338CatasauquaRd. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 18018 
Hort. 

BOMBERGER. WM. B. 

9 W'ashington Ave. 

Bemardsville, N.J. 07924 

B.A. 

Intramurals4; Business Club 1.2,3; Track 3,4. 



BONNER, RAVBONC. 
345 Mt. Pleasant Rd. 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 15214 
Hort . 

BOSENBERC.. KOHKRT 11. 
1202 Livingston Ave. 
New Brunswick. N.J. 1)8902 
Bio. 

BOYER. GEORGE W. 
684 Sunrise Drive 

Avalon. N.J. 08202 

Hort. 

Intramurals 1.2,3.4; Cross Country 1; Track 2. 

3; Varsity Club 2.3.4. 

BFIACCHI.PETERJ. JR. 

5334 Largest. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 19124 

Hort. 

Football 1.2,3,4; Student Government 2,3,4; 

Varsity Club 2,3,4; Hort. Club 1.2,3; Pres. 

Class 1972 4. 

BREBECK. HOWARD W. 
94.56 Fairmount Rd. 
Noveltv. Ohio 44072 
Hort. 

Wrestling 1; Hort Club 1; D.T.A. 3.4; Intra- 
murals 1,2. 

BRIGHTCLIFFE, WILLIAM E. JR. 

4423BleighSt. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19136 

B.A. 

Football 1,2,3,4. 

BRISTER, ERNEST A. 

Cadis Stage 

Owego, N.Y. 18827 

D.H. 

Intramurals 1,2.3,4; Dairy Society 1,2,3.4. 

BROKAW. HARRY E. 

R. D. #1 Box 87 

Canton, Pa. 17724 

D.H. 

Dairy Society 1,2.3,4; Intramurals 2.3.4; Dairy 

Judging Team 4. 

BROWNLEE. BARRY D. 
3211 Juneau Place 
Baltimore. Md. 21214 
A.H. 

Block & Bridle Club 1.2.3,4; A-Day Commit- 
tee 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

BRYNAT, ALANC. 
2.50 Sylvania Ave. 
Glenside, Pa. 19036 
Bio. 

BUCKNER, DAVID H. 

191 Beulah Rd. 

Dovlestown. Pa. 18901 

Chem. 

Intramural Bowling 1.2.3.4. 

BURGHART. LAWRENCE P. 

3.504 Trevose Ave. 
Trevose. Pa. 19047 
Agron. 

CAIRONE. FRANK A. 

Marshall Mill Rd. 

Franklinville. N.J. 08322 

Hort. 

Hort. Society 3.4; Intramurals 1.2,3,4. 



CALEB, BENJAMIN L. 

360 Mt. Pleasant St. 

Coatesville, Pa. 19320 

Bio. 

.■Mpha Phi Omiga 1.2,3,4. 

CARTEE, HARRY P. 

21 19 Sierra Rd. 

Plvmoulh Meeting, Pa. 19462 

B.A. 

COOK. THOMAS V. 

R.D. - 3 

Butler, Pa. 16001 

A.H. 

A-Day committee 1,2; Block & Bridle Club 1, 

2,3,4; D.T.A. 3, Secretary 4: A Piary Society 1, 

Treasurer 2. 

COOK WILLIAM A. 
R.D. = 2 

Newtown, Pa. 18940 
O.H. 

DEBROWSKI, THOMAS A. 
14 Arlington Drive 
Fords, N.J. 08863 
Hort. 

Baseball 1,2,3.4; Varsity Club 1.2.3.4; Intra- 
murals 1.2.3.4. 

DeSIMONE. DENNIS N. 

515 Colonial Ave. 

Woodbury. N.J. 08096 

Bio. 

Circle K Club 1,2; Block & Bridle 1,2; A-Day 

rep. 1.2; Weight Lifting Club President 4. 

DETORRE, MICHAEL J. 

14 Mifflin Ave. 

Havertown. Pa. 19083 

F.I. 

Glee Club 2.3,4; F.I. Club 1.2.3.4. 

DETRICK. ELMER L. 
358 Breaside Ave. 
E. Stroudsburg. Pa. 18301 
Chem. 

Publications 2; Intramural Bowling 1.2. Nice- 
President 3.4. 

DEVLIN. WILLIAM J. 

602 W. Race St. 

Pottsville. Pa. 17901 

Hort. 

Basketball 1.2; Basketball scorekeeper 3.4; 

Intramurals 1.2.3.4. 

DI COLA. CHARLES G. 

40 S. 20th Ave. 

Northvale, N.J. 07647 

Bio. 

Golf 3,4; Baseball!. 

DONOVAN, KEVIN J. 
254 Country Rd. 
Berwyn, Pa. 19312 
Agron. 

DOUGHTY. DAVID W. JR. 
11 Cameron Court 
Freehold. N.J. 07728 
O.H. 

Football 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3; O.H. Club 4. 

EDZEK, THEODORE L. 

2224 W'infieldSt. 
Rahway, N.J. 07065 
Hort. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



EGGEXBERGER, GREGORY S. 

43 Old Tappan Rd. 

OldTappan, N.-l. 07675 

O.H. 

Intramurals :i,4; O.H. Club :i,4. 

EISENHART, LARRY.). 
Route 113 

Lederach, Pa. 19450 
B.A. 

Business Club 1,2,3,4: Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; 
Neuman Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wres- 
tling 1.2,3,4. 

ESBENSHADE, KENNETH L. 

1950Lanlton Place 

Lancaster, Pa. 17601 

A.H. 

Block & Bridle Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3. 

4;D.T.A. 3,4. 

EVERETT, THOMAS R. 
Box 196 
Beekman Lane 
Soraerville, N.J. 08876 
A^on. 

FARRER, DAVID C. 

2400 .Silverside Rd. 

Wilmington, Delaware 18910 

O.H. 

Student Gov. Pres 4; Class President 2,3. 

FERREE, JOEL E. 

R.D. # 1 

Mill Hall, Pa. 17751 

B.A. 

FIERST, CHARLES.]. 

63 S. Orchard St. 
Manville, N..J. 088.35 
Hort. 

FIGORE, DAXIAL P. -JR. 

Freeport Rd. 

Cheswick. Pa. 15024 

F.I. 

F.I. Club 1.2.3,4; Intramurals 1.2,3,4. 

FLEMING, RALPH G. 
Colonial Court Apt. 13 
Hammonton, N..J. 08037 
F.I. 

FUNKHOUSER, RAYMOND C. 

3 Ewingville Rd. 

Trenton, N..J. 08638 

Bio. 

Cross Country 1,2,3. Captain 4; Student Gov't 

1,2,3.4; A-Day 2; Intramurals 1.2.3,4: Track 1; 

Science Society 1; Sports Editor Year book 4; 

Varsity Club 1,2,3,4. 

FURPHY, .JOHN A. 
15 East Lane 
Levittown, Pa. 19057 
F.I. 

A-Day Chairman 3,4: F.I. Club 1,2,3,4; Pres. 3; 
Vice-president 2; Interclub Council 3; Publica- 
tions 1. 

GABRIEL. NEAL L. 
92 Shadyside Ave. 
Dumont, N.J. 
Chem. 

GANCARZ, ROBERTS. 
Box 84 Paulson Rd. 
Wrightstown, N.J. 08562 



Hort. 

Hort. Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

GOODMAN, ROBERT M. 

403 S. Main St. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 
Hort. 

GOSCINSKY, STEPHEN J. 

.503 Orange Ave. 

Cranford, N.J. 07016 

F.I. 

F.I. Club 2,3,4; Publications Officer 3,4; 

D.T.A. 3, treasurer 4; Neuman Club 3,4; Inter 

Varsity Club 2.3.4. 

GOVER, ARTHUR E. 
.Stump Rd. 
Pipersville. Pa. 18947 
D.H. 

GOWATY. DANIEL J. 
774 Bunker Hill Ave. 
Trenton, N.J. 086.38 
Chem. 

GUERS, DANIEL C. 

511 Greenwood Ave. 

Pottsville, Pa. 17901 

A.H. 

Football 1,2,3, Co-captain 4; Basketball 2.3,4; 

Track 1,2.3, Co-captain 4. 

GUM, GLENWOOD G. 

R.D. ff 1 

Pen Argvl, Pa. 18072 

A.H. 

HAGEMAN, JOHN H. 
R.D. # 3 Box 490 
Flemington, N.J. 08080 
D.H. 

Dairy Society 1.2.3.4; Dairy Judging Team 4. 

HALSTEAD. EVERETT C. 

R.D. s 1 

Saxonburg, Pa. 16056 

D.H. 

Dairy Society 1,2,3,4; Dairy Judging Team 4. 

HARKINS, DAVID W. 
Ceader Swamp Rd. 
Deep River, Conn. 06417 
B.A. 

HAUSER, HOWARDS. 
1010 Juniper St. 
Quakertown, Pa. 18951 
B.A. 
Band 1,2. 

HEFTNER, Richard H. 
139 Meadow Lane 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19154 
Bio. 

HEISER, HARRY D. 

307 Church St. 

Norristown, Pa. 19401 

A.H. 

Wrestling 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

HENDERSHOTT, RONALD J. 

57 W. Franklin Ave. 
Pequannock. N.J. 07440 
Bio. 
Intramurals 3.4. 

HILLIARD DOUGLAS A. 



17 Walton Drive 
New Hope, Pa. 18938 
B.A. 

HILTON. JAMES J. 

23 Chestnut St. 

Downingtown, Pa. 19335 

B.A. 

Business Club 2,3; Intramurals 1,2.3,4. 

HOCKING, ROBERT W. 
R.D. ff2 

Landenberg, Pa. 19350 
D.H. 

HOLAHAN, MARK P. 

14709 

Cleveland. Ohio 44111 

OH. 

Track 2,3; O.H. Club 1.2.3.4 

HOMA, FRANCIS M. 
257 Campbell Rd. 
Pennsburg, Pa. 10873 
B.A. 

HOPPER, JOHN C. 
14 River Lane Mt . River Forest 
Stuart, Florida 33494 
F.I. 

Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Neuman Club 1,2,3,4; Vice- 
President 3; F.I. Club 1,2; D.T.A. 3. 

HORNING. BRUCE D. 

R.D. # 1 Box 4.35 

Windber, Pa. 1.5963 

D.H. 

Dairy Society 1,2,3,4: Dairy Judging Team 4; 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

HOTALING, THOMAS F. 

726 Elm St. 
Kearny. N.J. 07032 
Bio. 

HOUGHTON. RICHARD D. 
232 Cherry Lane 
Lansdale.Pa. 19446 
Chem. 

HOVERMAN, RICHARD 
348 Old Tappan Rd. 
Old Tappan, N.J. 07675 
O.H. 

HOWARD. STEPHEN J. 
389 Penncrest Ave. 
Langhome. Pa. 19047 
Bio. 

Track 1,2,3, Co-captain 4. 

HURLEY, JOHN 
B.A. 

JAMES. ROBERT R. 
458 E.Butler Ave. 
New Britain, Pa. 18901 
B.A. 

JENKINS, EVAN A. 
Rosewood Crt. E. Apt. F-7 
Hatboro. Pa. 19040 
B.A. 

JONES, DAVID G. 
1243 Spring Rd. 
Reading. Pa. 19604 
O.H. 
Track 1. 



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.lONKS.DKl.HKHTK. 

K.l). = :f 

Moscow, Pa. 18444 

A.H. 

Block & Bridle Club 1,2. Secretary :!, Projjram 

Chairman 4; Ram 1,2; Yearbook Co-editor 4; 

1) r.A. Secretary 3. Vice-president 4. 

lONES. MICHAEL E. 

114N. MainSt. 

Dovlestown, l>a. 18901 

Hort. 

Hort. Society 2.:). 4; Apiculture Society :i; In- 

iramurals 1,2,:{.4. 

• iri.IANO, EDWARD A. 
1U40E. CushmoreRd. 
Southampton. l>a. 18966 
B.A. 

KEESLER. MICHAEL A. 
Star Route Oliver Farms 
Spruce Creek. Pa. 16683 
D.H. 

Band 1 ; Intramurals 1.2; Dairy Society 1 . 

KENDIG.JONT. 

4 Anderson Ave. 
Phoenixville, Pa. 19460 
AgTon. 

Agronomy Club 2.3.4: Intramurals 1.2.3.4; 
Prom Committee 3.4. 

KENNY, RUSSELL G. JR. 
Elm wood Rd. 
Mt. Laurel. N..J. 08057 
A.H. 

Block & Bridle 1,2.3.4; Equine Club 3,4; Live- 
stock Judging Team 4 . 

KLAUDER, WILLIAM J. 
Box 330 R.D. ^ 1 
Quakertown. Pa. 18951 
B.A. 

KLINE, CARL A. 

5 E. Union Ave. 
Bound Brook, N.J. 08805 
Agron. 

Agronomy Club 2.3.4; Soil Conservation .Socie- 
ty 3.4; A-day Rep. 3.4. 

KLIPP, CHRISTOPHER J. 

7 Powder Horn Dr. 

Wavne. N.J. 07470 

A.H. 

Publications 3,4; Editor Activities Section 

Y'earbook4. 

KNERR. WAYNE B. 

Route 3 

Allentown, Pa. 18104 

Agron. 

Agronomy Club 1,2,3,4; Soil Judging Team 3, 

4; Soil Conservation Club 1,2,3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; 

Inter Club Council 3,4. 

KRAMER, MARK 
R.D. - 3 

Clearfield, Pa. 16870 
F.I. 

KRATZER. GREGORY L. 

Box 122 R.D. ~ 1 

Liverpool. Pa. 17045 

F.I. 

Intramurals 1.2.3.4; D.T.A. 3.4; F.I. Club 1.2. 

3.4. 



KRAVKTSKY. NICHOLAS G. 

R.D. U 2 

Thompson, Pa. 18465 

Agron. 

Agronomv Club 1.2.3.4; Soil (^mservation 

Club 1,2.3.4. 

KRAVnz. JOEL 
1331 Shelmire Ave. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19111 
Bio. 

KWOCZAK, R^\YMONI) 
5716 Reach St. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19120 
F.L 

F.I. Club 1.2.3,4. 

LaSPATA, NUNZIO A. 
16 Country Club Drive 
Colonia, N.J. 07067 
O.H. 

LAURICH. RANDALL F. 
428 First Ave. 
EllwoodCity, Pa. 16117 
Agron. 

Agronomy Club 1,2,3,4; Soil Conservation So- 
ciety 1,2,4, Vice-president 3; A-Day commit- 
tee 3,4; A-day Operation chairman 3.4 . 

LEHMEN, RICHARD P. 
R.D. # 2 

Stoystown, Pa. 15563 
AH. 

Block & Bridle Club 1,2,3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; Live- 
stock Judging Team 4: A-day committee 3,4 . 

LEINBACH. WILLIAM A. SR. 

10 High Blvd. 

Shillington, Pa. 19607 

O.H. 

O.H. Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; A-day Flower 

Show Co-chairman 3,4; Gleaner 2,3,4 . 

LEWIS. LARRY R. 
P.O. Box 203 
Slatington. Pa. 18080 
O.H. 

LIPPINCOTT. ROBERT W. 
Amev's Mountain Rd. 
Columbus, N.J. 08022 
Agron. 

LITTLE, ROBERT L. 
F.I. 

LITTLEFIELD, THOMAS G. 

R.D. # 3 

Boyertown, Pa. 19512 

O.H. 

O.H. Club 2.3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; Ski Club 3. 

LIUZZI, RALPH F. 
B.A. 

MANNS. JOHN L. 

57 Lurgan Rd. 

New Hope. Pa. 18939 

F.I. 

F.I. Club 1.2.3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 

3,4. 

MARTIN, THOMAS L. 
Box 140 A 
Gap, Pa. 17527 
O.H. 



McCULLOUGH. DAVID W. 
521 Norristown Rd. 
Horsham, Pa. 19044 
B.A. 

McDONOUGH.JOHNV. 

2563 Broad St. 

Easton, Pa. 18042 

O.H. 

Cross Country 1,2,3.4; Track 1,2,3,4. 

McGOVERN. FRANCIX X, 
OH. 

McLEAN, WILLIAM I. 
124 Cleavers Rd. 
Springfield, Pa. 19064 
B.A. 

Business Club 1,2.3,4; Varsity Club 4; Tennis 
3,4; Intramurals 1.2.3,4; Yearbook Staff Co- 
editor Senior section 4 . 

McPEAK, MARK W. 

105 Church St. 

Ambler, Pa. 19002 

B.A. 

Vet's Club 3. 

MEADOWS, JASPER S. 

lllA-MaraRd. 

Lake Hiawatha, N.J. 07034 

A.H. 

Football. 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3.4; Wrestling 1.2, 

3; Intramural bowling 1,2,3,4. 

MIERRITY, RICHARD K. 

4 Gardner St. 

Amesbury. Mass. 01913 

Hort. 

O.H. Club 1.2.3.4; Hort Club 1.2,3,4; D.T.A. 3, 

4. 

MILLER, EDGARS. 

88 High St. 

Glen Ridge, N.J. 07078 

A.H. 

Gleaner Editor 2,3,4; Block & Bridle Club 2,3; 

Tennis 1; Golf 3,4; A. P.O. 1. 

MILLER, STEVEN J. 
843 Kent lane 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19115 
Bio. 

MINER. JOHN E. 

llOLakewoodRd. 

Manasquan, N.J. 087.36 

O.H. 

O.H. Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4. 

MOSCARELLO, CHARLES M. 
43 Newkirk Ave. 
Trenton. N.J. 08629 
A.H. 

MOVER. ROBERT D. 
1931 Brown Str. 
Allentown. Pa. 18114 
B.A. 

MUSSER. JAMES D. 

R.D.#1 

Coudersport, Pa. 

D.H. 

Dairy Club 1.2.3.4. Stu. Gov't 3. Sec. 4. 

MYERS. CLYDE A.B. 
R.D. # 1 Box 85 
East Berlin, Pa. 17316 



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A.H. 

Block and Bridle 2,3.4, Intr. Rep. 3, Pres. 4, 
DTA 3,4; Class Sec. 3,4; Co-editor Yearbook 4; 
Diary Society 4. 

MYERS, RONALD L. 

R.D. it 3 

Dillsburg, Pa. 17019 

Hort. 

Hort. Society 1,2,3,4; D.T.A. 3,4. 

NEILSON, WILLIAM 

130 W. Mt. Airy Rd. 

Shavertown, Pa. 18708 

Agr. 

D.T.A. 3,4; Agr. Club 3.4; Soil Judging 2,4; 

Intravarsity Christian Fellowship, pres. 3,4. 

OLSYN, GERALD A. 

R.D. # 1 Box 321 

Blairstown, N.J. 

Hort. 

Hort. Society 1,2,3,4; Most valuable Senior 

Hort. Society 

OSBORN, LESLIE R. 

Burlington Path Rd. 

Cream Ridge, N.J. 08.514 

A.H. 

Equine Club 3,4; Block and Bridle Club 2,3,4; 

Livestock Judging Team 3,4; Class V.P. 3. 

PANCARI, GREGORY D. 

Harding Highway 

Richland, N.J. 08.3.50 

A.H. 

Block and Bridle Club 1,2,3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; 

Yearbook Staff; Hort. Club 1. 

PENDRACKY, LEONJ. 

Box 158 

Jeffre, Pa. 15053 

Bio. 

PETERSON, BRADLEY J. 

2 Manor Rd. 

Verona, N.J. 07044 

O.H. 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS E. 
71 Onandaga Trail 
Medford Lakes, N.J. 080,55 
Agr. 

PHILLIPS. GERALD H. 
R.D. it 1 

Quarrvville, Pa. 17566 
D.H. 

Dairy Society 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Intramur- 
al Rep. 4; Co-editor Sports Section Yearbook 
4. 

PIOTROWSKI, ANTHONY J. 
132 Second Ave. 
Broomall, Pa. 19008 
Hort. 

Hort Society 1,2,3,4; Gleaner 1,2,3,4; Intra- 
mural Bowling 3,4. 

POLLISON, HOWARD R. 

43 Hillside Terrance 
Newton, N.J. 07860 



POPE, JOHN M. 
420 E. Third Str. 
Moorestown, N.J. 08057 
O.H. 



Wrestling 1; Circle K 1,2,3,4; Pres. 3,4; Year- 
book Staff 4. 

PORCARO, RICHARD J. 

65 Barrv Lane 

Bardonia, N.Y. 10954 

Hort. 

D.T.A. 3,4; Hort. Society 1,2,3.4, Treas. 3. 

POWELL, TIMOTHYS. 

Leanards Lane 

Thorfare, N.J. 08086 

Hort. 

Hort. Society 1,2,3,4; Stu. Gov't. 3, V.P. 4; 

D.T.A. 3.4; Interclub Council Pres. 4. 

PRAMICK, MICHAEL 

224 Harding Str. 

Dupont.Pa. 18641 

F.I. 

F.I. Club 2.3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 

4. 

RICCI, EMEDIOA. 

201 W. 11 Ave. 

Conshohocken, Pa. 

B.A. 

Business Club 1,2,3, Sec. 4; Tennis 1,2,3, 

Capt. 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Yearbook staff 4; 

Business Manager; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 

1,2,3,4. 

RISSER, KENNETH S. 
R.D. it 1 
Leola, Pa. 17540 
D.H. 

Dairy Society 1,2,3,4; Student Gov't 3, Treas. 
4; Dairy Cattle Judging Team 4; A-Day Com- 
mittee 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

ROBBINS, DONALD R. 

1305 Stone Boundary Rd. 

Cambridge, Md. 21673 

Agr. 

Agronomy Club 1,2,3,4. 

ROBERTS, GREG E. 
31 Henry St. 
Somer\ille. N.J. 08876 
Bio. 

ROGACHENKO, WALTER A. 
4011 N. Sixth St. 
Phila.,Pa. 19140 



ROSE, RAYMOND M. 

224 Hibbert Rd. 

N. Wales, Pa. 

B.A. 

Business Club 1,2,3,4; Karate Club 1,2,3,4. 

ROSSI, ANTHONY D. 
2003 Beaver Grade Rd. 
Corapolis, Pa. 15108 
O.H. 

Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4. 

ROSZEL, VERNON J. 

R.D. it 1 

Cranbury, N.J. 08512 

Equine Club pres. 3.4; Intramural Bowling 1,2 

3. 



ROUX, LAWRENCE J 
530 Bustleton Pike 
Churchville, Pa. 18966 
Bio. 



RUTTER, GARY L. 

R.D. # 1 

Mount Union, Pa. 17066 

D.H. 

Dairy Society 1,2,3, Sec. 4; Block and Bridle 

Club 2,3; Ram 1.2; Yearbook Co-editor 4; 

D.T.A. 3,4. 

SALVADOR, CHRISTOPHER P. 
1575 Street Rd. 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 
Chem. 

SAPONE. ANTHONY L. 
R.D. it 3 

Nazareth. Pa. 18064 
D.H. 

SCARINCI, JOHN R. 
2202 Benson St. 
Phila. Pa. 191.52 
Bio. 

SCHADE. GARYS. 
348W. Walnut St. 
Kutztown, Pa. 19.530 
B.A. 

SCHIAVO, JOSEPH G. 
149 Elm St. 
Dover, N.J. 07801 
Bio. 

SCHLEGEL, GERALD G. 
419 N. 16th St. 
AUentown. Pa. 18102 
O.H. 
D.T.A. 3,4. 

SCHLENER. JAMES F. 
R.D. tt 1 
Coopersburg, Pa. 
A.H. 

SCHULER, JON D. 
387 Norwood Rd. 
Earlington, Pa. 18918 
Bio. 
Intramurals 1.2. 

SCHLT.Z, HERBERT W. 
1719 Ridge Rd. 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 
B.A. 

SCHUSTER, STEPHEN F. 
83 Overbrook Ave. 
Edison, N.J. 08817 
Agr. 

SHIELDS, JOSEPH J. 

13 Korn Ave. 

Kingston, Pa. 18704 

B.A. 

Baseball 1,2,3,4; Business Club 1,2,3,4. 

SHIMKUS,JOHNC. 

267 Gravel Hill Rd. 

Huntingdon, Pa. 19006 

B.A. 

Intramural Bowling 1,2,3,4. 

SHUSS, DANIEL 

R.D. # 1 

Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

Hort. 

Hort Society 2,3; Glee Club 1. 

SHUTT, JOHN W. 



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r)28Kn)nt St. 
Reading;, Pa. UHiOl 
A.H. 

SMITH, CHARLES J. 

518 Delaware Ave. 

Roeblinjj. N..J.08"w4 

B.A. 

Business Club l,i,;!,4: Baseball 1: Basketball 

1; Intramurals 2,3,4. 

SMITH, JOHN M. 

24 E.Orange St. 

Ephrata, Pa. 17.V22 

K.I. 

K.I. Club 2,;!. 4; Treasurer ;!,4; Intramurals 1.2. 

.■i.4. 

SMITH. KICHAKDS. 
Route ••-• 1 

Lehint;liton, Pa. 18235 
A.H. 

Block & Bridle Club 2,3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; Live- 
stock Judging Team 4. 

SMITH, THOMAS W. JR. 

29 Church St. 

Willow Grove, Pa. 19090 

Bio. 

SNYDER, LARRY H. 
204 W. Broad St. 
Telford, Pa. 18969 
Bio. 

SOLLENBERGER, RONALD E. 
R.D. a 1 

Williamsburg, Pa. 16693 
A.H. 

Class Treasurer 1,2,3,4; Livestock Judging 
Team 4; Block & Bridle 1,2,3,4. 

SPEZIALI, FRANK A. SR. 

White Horse Pike 

Waterford, N.J. 08089 

B.A. 

Basketball 1,2,,3,4. 

STINNARD, DAVID R. 

R.D. - 3 

Honesdale, Pa. 

F.I. 

Wrestling 1,2; F.I. Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 

2,3,4. 

STOLER, MICHAEL A. 

Woodside Ave. 

Chalfont, Pa. 18914 

B.A. 

B.A. 

Business Club 1.2; Glee Club 1 . 

STOUGH, LARRY E. 

R.D. # 1 Box 77 

Mt. Wolf, Pa. 17347 

Bio. 

A. P.O. 1,2,3,4. 

STRODE, WILLIAM H. 

R.D. =5 

West Chester, Pa. 19380 

A.H. 

STRUNK, LARRYP. 

R.D. - 2 

Bangor, Pa. 18013 

Agron. 

A. P.O. 1,2,3,4; D.T.A. 3.4; Intramural 1,2,3,4. 



SUPPER, CARYL. 
12 Kenwood Circle 
Quakertown, Pa. 18951 
B.A. 

SWEENEY. BERNARD W. 

512 A Taylor Ave. 

Warrington, Pa. 18976 

Bio. 

Science Society 1,2,3,4. 

TANGLE, FRANCIS P. 
30 Martha Place 
Oakland, N.J. 07436 
F.I. 

THOMAS, WARREN K. 

145E. WedgewoodSt. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 15229 

D.H. 

Dairy Society 1,2,3, President 4; D.T.A. 3,4; 

Editor Open Section Year book 4; Interclub 

Council 4. 

TOWER, RICHARD K. 

R.D. * 2 

Clarks Summit. Pa. 18911 

Bio. 

TOWNSEND, KENNETH W. 

859 Willow St. 

Southampton, Pa. 18966 

Chem. 

Intramural Bowling 1,2,3,4. 

TROST, MICHAEL JR. 

131 1 Lansdowne Ave. 
Camden, N.J. 08104 
F.I. 

TYNER, WILLIAM E. 

3263 County Line Rd. 

Chalfont, Pa. 

A.H. 

Block & Bridle 2,3,4. 

VAN DOREN, FRED C. 
R.D. - 1 

Flemington, N.J. 08822 
Agron . 
Track 1 . 

VARGA, LOUIS J. 

13 Railroad Ave. 

Roebling, N.J. 08554 

B.A. 

Basketball 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Business 

Club 1,2,3,4; Golf 4. 

VOLPE, CHARLES F. 
76 Bird River Rd. 
Baltimore, Md. 21220 
Agron. 

WEAVER, EARL M. 
White Eagle Farm Corp. 
Lower State Rd. 
Doyleston, Pa. 18901 
A.H. 

Class Vice-president 1.2; Diary Society 1, Sec- 
retary 2; Block & Bridle 1,2,3,4. 

WEAVER, GLENN L. 

Box 114 

RaugsviUe, Pa. 18075 

F.I. 

F.I. Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

WHELAN, CHRISTOPHER P. 



24 Trenton Ave. 

Mana.squan, N.J. 08736 

Hort. 

Yearbook Staff Photographer 4. 

WHITE. RALPH M. 

71 10 Chew Ave. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19119 

Bio. 

Rap Club 3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 

1,2,3,4; Science Society 1. 

WISE, JOHN B. 

510 Charles St. 

Zelienople, Pa. 16063 

D.H. 

Diary Society 1,2,3, Vice-president 4; A-Day 

Rep 4; D.T.A. 3,4; Diary Judging Team 4; 

Yearbook Staff Editor Faculty 4 . 

WOOD, ANTHONY 

1924 Alter St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19146 

Bio. 

Rap Society 3,4; Science Society 1,2,3,4. 

YARNELL, RONALD A. 
R.R. #1 Box 165 
Ringtown, Pa. 17967 
Hort. 

Hort. Society 1,2,3,4; Soil Conservation Socie- 
ty 1,2,3,4. 

YEAGER, STEVE K. 

Route ff 3 

Catowissa, Pa. 17820 
Bio. 

YOST, RAYMONDS. 

R.D. # lBox4 

Stroudsburg, Pa. 18360 

D.H. 

Dairy Society 1. 

YOUNG, CLIFFORD J. 
29 Morton Drive 
Lavallette, N.J. 08735 
O.H. 

ZABOROWSKI, DAVID M. 

15 Clemens Rd. 

Doylestown, Pa. 

O.H. 

O.H. Club 1,2, President 3 & 4; Inter Club 

Council 3,4. 

ZUCK, RAYMOND W. 
R.D. # 2 Box 177 
Quakertown, Pa. 18951 
O.H. 



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Mr. and Mrs. V. Sullivan 
G.A.Schmidt Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Staub 
Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richards 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Porcaro 
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy A. Milstein 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Bokan 
Mrs. Edith M. Bryant 
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fantuzzi 
Mr. and Mrs. N'ernon E. Roszell 
Mr. and Mrs. Dale E.Phillips 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Boileau 
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Keesler 
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Loughlin 
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dowhan 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Battjer 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mandel 
Mr. andMrs.C.Pyle 
Norman Ellis 
John Henry 

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Koenig 
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ness 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Holahan 
Mr. and Mrs. Holman Bryant 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Setta 
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Lenz 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Foster 
Doris and Seymour Drantch 
Mr. and Mrs. John Newhouse 
Jeanne and \'ic Krolick 
Dr. and Mrs. James Tower 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cairone 
Mr. and Mrs. John Murdock 
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conn 
Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Kabat 
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Miller Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bowman 
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf F. Klein 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Reis 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Guers 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Dumas Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Cook 
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Rehm 
George Schaeffer 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen V. Lee 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Flocco 
Mr. and Mrs. John L Myers 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson 



Mr. and Mrs. William Windsor 

Mr. Anthony Serinese 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Gately 

Eugene A. Fink 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. W'ilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Petters Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hefter 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Repair 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Gregorzek 

Mr. and Mrs. T. Bruce Gemmill 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Bodnarchuk 

Mrs. Sarah Nowak 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Barefoot 

Mr. Edgar Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. K. Irving Merritt 

Mr. and Mrs. Kazys Kaspariunas 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth \'. Townsend 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Hopkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thiel 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wakefield 

Wilson F. Gum 

Mr. and Mrs. John Silan 

Ernest \L Finnance 

Judy and David MacNair 

Mr. and Mrs. William Turner 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Beach 

Peter Hotaling 

H. J. Blackmore 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fantom 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Glabau 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Tritt 

Leroy Albert 

Mr. and Mrs. .Anthonv J. Samulis 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward" Wal 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Croker 

Robert Mowrey 

Carl F'dinger Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Pat Livciardello Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bencze 

Willis Flickinger 

Mr. and Mrs. .Albert E. Weisser 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Bracchi 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Const ant ine 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Mercadante 

Dr. and Mrs. Walter C. Baldwin Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Harrington 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Eisenhart 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sweeney 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Kipphut 



Mr. and Mrs. Irvin F. Schade 

Bill and Sue Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Y. Kindig 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Lapp Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Strunk 

Parents of Joseph Smith 

Parents of Gerard Moroz 

Mr. J. Eggenberger 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Toretta 

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Burkhard 

Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Fox. Jr. 

Dan Perlsweig 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Edzek 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert DeSimone 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Pettinato 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Holden 

Mr.andMrs.H.R. Bonnice 

Stanley Zaborowski 

Mrs. Rose Marie Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Rossi 

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert T. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. VanVleck 

Mr. and Mrs. John NL Roorke Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rothenberg 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald L. Farrar 

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Matulay 

William B. Nestel 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl 0. Bosenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hefferan 

Mr. andMrs.MaxB. Pupp 

Mr. and Mrs. Rene .•\. Blanc 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rutter 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Yurkanin Jr. 

James and Dorothy .-^ntizzo 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Harold Hageman 

Mr. and Mrs. David Nemeth Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas 

Alfred G. Raczynski 

Lelia Mae rlohnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Knerr Jr. 

Mrs. Steve Gowaty 

Lee Hoi 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bernetskie 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt T. Zintner 

Mr. and Mrs. John V. Fallon 

Mr. and Mrs. Helen Hoverman 



258 



ALUMNI HONOR ROLL 



Leon Rosenzweig '29 
Kred H. VVeifjle '14 
•lohn A. 'I'homas 
Henry -J. Liva 
Remig.). Ferrariu 
William B. Welling -Ir. 
Solomon B. Si'livvarf '41 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Lippay 
.John and Betsy Kolh 
Theodore Kraiise 
Richard Raben 
Sidney Pallis 
Charles I. Goodman "X] 
Arthur Apple '21 
Harry Weissman '29 
Alan H. Blitz '28 
Lewis L Fox '22 
Charles Roth '30 
LeoM. Perkes'38 
Harry Krisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Schiuk 
Jack Zelanko '22 
Thomas Happ '68 
Myron -I. Nickman '39 
David R. Morton T)! 
Hemlock Hills Landscaping 
Ronald Fite'(i9 
Charles 'I'oland 
Paul Fitch '69 
Joe Berman '24 
Betsy Maddock '70 
Irving C. Cohen '28 
Joseph E. Hayes Jr. 
Theodore R. Waring '33 
Dale A. Kinney '65 
Stanley Kdelman '32 
Cherrydale Farms Confections 
NateMoser'32 
Joseph Testa '59 
RubeTunick'28 
Alfreds. Douglas 
Leonard Gordon Siegel '58 
Jack Kamison '31 
Paul Rabinowitz '30 
David K. Davidson '31 
J.T.Schulze'17 
Meyer Rodels '29 
Julius Ulman 
Aaron Schneider '62 
Harry M. Harris '28 
Alvin Steinberg 
J.B. McCoolJr. '18 
Edward M. Schneider '25 
Richard C.Funt '68 
Peter and Barbara ('hristoff 



Jack Rosenthal '27 

Ben C.orad '28 

Thomas W. Scuddcr 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward I'lotka 

Larry Mazer '36 

David Finkle 

Sam Erde '17 

Harry Steinberg '31 

James H. Williamson '71 

Jack Gurewitz '44 

Bernard Rosen man '28 

Robert K. Rubin 

Allen Klevansky '16 

Max K. Steinberg '28 

Richard E. Carroll '(54 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Robert Perry 

Eugene J. Hock '70 

Theodore Blen Jr. '68 

Herman B. Trichon '29 

J. Merrill ShukeD.D.S. 

David Brandt '27 

Charles A. Jackson '17 

The David Washco Family '67 

Harry J. Conover '55 

Michael Dale '69 

Len Higgins 

Greg Ehrenzeller '71 

Harold Bedick '42 

Noah Bass 

Abe Aaronson '33 

Dale R. Brenneman '67 

Louis Nison '35 

Morton A. Ball in '50 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Pitzschler '62 
Albert W. Hoguet Jr. 
Joe Kuhta '57 
Jaroslaw Slusarenko 

William K. Dunscombe '(58 

Ralph Pinkus '37 

Martin M. Cohien '25 

Saul Mosten '35 

Herbert M. Meyers '34 

Morris Sooper '32 

Dr. John Albrecht 

Kenneth R. Muzyk'71 

Mike Cohien '25 

William Van Looy 

Bernard Zeigler 

Kevin L. Keim '68 

Dr. and Mrs. Alan R. Frieman 

Morris Golden '40 

Ely Bernhard '28 

Edward F. Jarbel '54 

Barry R. Blithe 

Capt. and Mrs. Keith Clayton '(56 



Robert Gaidosli 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. V\ hitman '(58 

Michael J. Scheier '50 

Nathan R. Brewer '24 

Merv Horner '65 

Wayne R. Moreton '64 

L. C.Elwellll 

Charles D. Newman 

Louis I). Rummel '26 

Wm. James Burns Sr. '33 

Robert A. Zeek Jr. 

Abe Cohen '43 

Arthur Poley '54 

Dr. and Mrs. John L. Bulette '62 

Dennis S. Gural 

Paul R. Kiry '(58 

Nathan Golub '17 

Joseph Birk Jr. '54 

Alan Stein '70 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Miller '31 

Herbert L. Rosinsky 

Mr. and Mrs. James Gianaris 

Jack Goodman '31 

EdwardD.Lubin V.M.I). '37 

Marvin J. Klein 

Dr. Joseph H. Shinn 

Pete Miller 

Albert Zarow 

Louis M. Kiesling'22 50th Anniv. 

L Saulozlek '30 

Mr. John J. Langwick '67 

Dr. Dallas Ruch 

Thomas W. Garton, Jr. 

Kenneth B. Mayer '25 

Herbert S. Akers 

John P. Schueller 

Dr. Daniel Tanner '46 

John R. MoUick '43 

James 'I'. Corbett '64 

Herbert Sherman '46 

J. Edward Seipp '30 

Max Seligman 

Edgar H. Mullen 

Walter J. Groman '20 

Bill Kinderman 

The David Rayner Family 

Samuel M. Brown 

Robin and Bill Branigan 

Sidney Adler '36 

Jack Olson '42 

Al Stoudt '33 

Martin Sloane 

Israel Wallman '09 

William Fox '28 



259 



STUDENT PATRONS 



Alan Kulibaba 

\V219 Holcombe and Gemmill 
\V22lMutt and. Jeff 
\VP2 more Beer 
Danny and Suzanne 
Chip and LeRoy 
It cost me. 
Bermuda or Bust 
John and Tiger Toad 
John and Dave 

Congratulations to the Seniors 
Bob and Debi 
Eric and Linda 
The Year of t he Rat 
Tom and Mary Ellen 
To Mary Ann 
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rose Jr. 
Len Thonus 
Craver is Fat! 
Cooke I Boys and Girls 
Jerry and Barb 
Cook Custom Farming 
Say Pepsi Please 
Blb9 Jeff and Jim 
John and Macia 
Jerry and Joanne 
Brothers unite 
Ecology Now- 
More Girls Please 
ni Drink to That 
We need Sewer Policies 
Bill and Joann 
Jewish Power 
Phantoms of the Greenhouse 



Strive to be Happy 
Or vou'U be sad 
Rob 

Peace. Life and Brotherhood 
Hi Pat Debbie and Ann 
Get your head together 
End of Civilization 2020 
73 is Supreme 
A girl in every room 
Mike and Joan 
Frank Speziali 
Gene and Cheryl 
Judging Team 1971 
Del Val Dairy 
Ftalph and Debbie 
Sebringand 74 
Work 234 
Joe Sunjako 
Flour Tow-n Savor 7 
W213 Steve and Dave 
Fred and Rene 
Wil-Da-Lyn Farms 
Today's Dream Tomorrow's Reality 
Stonecroft Farms 
Jules was here 
Fleager Bros. Inc. 
Farm 3 Crew- 
Pete and Maryalice 
Bob and Diahn 

Hanabal Hayes and Kid Curry- 
Alias Smith and Jones 
Keep it going 
Peace through Education 



JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF MEMORIAL 







I 



We do not wish to eulogize the past which has no doubt been 
uneof the greatest spans of four years ever witnessed wit h 
regard to the development and metamorphosis of this academi 
rommunity But there is a concern of a few to improve 
iheenvironment of the educational institution. It is a 
universal fact that the ethics of education are at an all 
I ime low. The hypocrisy and lack of humaneness on the pan 
of the present generation of educators provides for a 
genesis of a process which causes the stripping of student 
values and destruction of developing individuality. We 
-^hall continue to resist these forces which wash away our 
minds . for it is only those who c/arp to be controversial t hi ■ 
deserve to be leaders. 

Yearbook Staff