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1973 
CORNUCOPIA 



DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 
DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 



WHOM THEN. DO I CALL EDUCATED 








First, those who control circumstances instead 

of being mastered by them, 

Those who meet all occasions manfully and act 

in accordance with intelligent thinking, 

Those who are honorable in all dealings who 

treat good-naturedly persons and things that are 

disagreeable; and furthermore,' 

Those who hold their pleasures under control 

and are npt overcome by misfortune; Finally, 

Those who are hot spoiled by success. 



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It has been said, "The mind of a youth is 
like a blank slate upon which is written the 
experiences of life. " Through such experience 
one is educated to the world around him. As 
the youth houses the mind, so must we too 
house the youth. 




KNOW OURSELVES 

Education begins with the improvement of the indi- 
vidual person. To communicate with others, first, we 
must know ourselves. The educated person must be 
aware of his weaknesses and attempt to strengthen 
those inner resources and traits of character which 
enable him, when necessary, to stand alone. 






Every single man is a world which 
is born and dies with him; beneath 
every gravestone lies a worlds his- 
tory — Hein 




KNOWLEDGE 
AND SKILL 

Learning general skills, techniques and special- 
ized knowledge leads the way for an individual to 
do some productive work in a specific field relat- 
ed to his interests. Education makes it possible 
for a person to be useful to humanity, his profes- 
sion, and to himself. 




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WE LEARN TO ENJOY PEOPLE 

In seeking an education, we learn to have a good time 
with people and to enjoy being with them. This is 
just as important as gaining knowledge and practical 
skill along side of them. 








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SYMPATHY AND UNDERSTANDING 

Tragedy, pain, and suffering are as much a part 
of life as joy, peace, and happiness. Education 
helps us to grow in maturity so that we are able 
to cope with all life's situations, both the sorrow- 
ful and the joyful. Using imaginative sympathy 
with the experiences of others, we should strive 
to understand their problems, as if they were our 
own. 




ONE OF MAN'S BASIC NEEDS 
IS TO BE A PART OF NATURE 








A society which directs its achievements by 
material values would soon be cbntrblled by a 
material environment. This is contrary to man's 
basic need to be a human being with an individu- 
al mind and soul; not some part of a machine for 
society. We should learn to be satisfied with a 
more natural state, concentrating; our thoughts 



on the spiritual demands of taanl^d. We could 
begin by merely bemg at home ^ithnature. Each 
perspn should have some knowledge; pi nature 
and to be aware of his natural surroiuidings. He 
should strive to be a part of nature and to experi- 
ence it with others. 





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RECEPTIVENESS TO NEW IDEAS 



We, as educated people, should be open minded and flexible in our 
thinking. Let us be receptive to new ideas of others as a sacrifice 
for peace and for the advancement of progress. One way that edu- 
cation can be evaluated is by noticing how much people will seri- 
ously consider the ideas of others. 






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LOYALTY TO 
OUR NATION 



We should have some knowledge of our history to 
appreciate what our forefathers have done for us 
which enables us to live in such a great nation. 
As we learn about our society, let us strive to 
cultivate an intelligent loyalty to the ideals of 
the democratic community. 




DAVE MASON 

AND 
QUICKSILVER 

The Dave Mason Concert held by the 
Sophomore class on October 25, 1972 was 
one of the greatest social events ever held 
at Del-Val. Dave Mason is among the top 
living song writers of the world. His solo 
album is called "Alone Together". Adorn, 
a local group, also performed. 

Quicksilver, being one of the top bands in 
the country, gave a concert at Del-Val on 
March 21, 1973. Their song called "Pride 
of Man" set them on the road to success. 
It's on their first album, "Messenger Serv- 
ice". Sweet Freedom, a popular local 
group, who also performed on A-Day last 
year and various mixers were part of the 
show that night. 





RIGHT — John Rigolizzo and Rusty Suher make last minute stage 
checks just before the Dave Mason Concert. 



CULTURAL GROWTH 
OF MUSIC 



Education produces an awareness of the main 
streams of our cultural, literary, and scientific 
traditions. 






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Education is that which remains 
when one has forgotten everything he 
learned in school — Einstein 




DR. ROBERT BERTHOLD 



DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE 

DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 18901 
TELEPHONE 215-345-1500 



To the members of the Class of 1973, 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for allowing me to serve as 
your class adviser, dedicating your yearbook to me, and asking me to contribute 
these few lines to the 1973 Cornucopia. I am sincerely honored by all of these. 

Rather than becoming overly sentimental and reflecting back upon all the 

various experiences we have shared over your past four years here at Del Val, I 

would rather like to leave you with a philosophical thought upon which you 

might reflect as you proceed in life. 

Life gives little 

But it has so much to offer 

If but only you ask. 



It has been a pleasure. 



Sincerely yours, 

Robert "Doc" Berthold, Jr. 
Assistant Professor, Biology 
Advisor, Class 1973 



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PRESIDENT 



DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 



DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE 

DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 



JAMES WORK 

PRESIDENT 



To the Members of the Class of 1973 



During the time you have spent here you have been 
an important part of the broadening and strengthening of 
our educational program, and of the growth in our athletic 
and social activities, and have seen the great expansion in 
our physical plant, with the construction of the new Agricul- 
ture Building, the new Gymnasium, the new Dormitory, and 
other buildings of lesser magnitude. 

You have been with us during this period of these 
steps forward, which we have almost come to accept as a 
matter of course, and during the crucial evaluation for 
reaffirmation of our accreditation by the Middle States 
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. You have 
shared with us our joy when we learned we had accomplished 
all, and in fact considerably more, than was expected of us 
since our accreditation in 1962. 

I am sure that all of these things could not have been 
achieved without your help. I hope these experiences have 
instilled within you a deep respect and love for your Alma 
Mater, and for those principles for which it stands. I hope 
this respect and love may be expressed through your contin- 
ued support of the affairs of the College, for the future of the 
College, more now than ever before, depends upon the loyalty 
and concern of its graduates. 

Sincerely, 




tOLM*^A 



James Work 



May 15, 1973 




Elizabeth Evans 
Administrative Aide 





Jean H. Work 
Administrative Assistant 



Dr. Winton Tolles 
Assistant to the President 
Dean of Liberal Education 





Ursela Spataro 
Secretary to Dr. Tolles 



Willette Gourley 
Office of the President 




Dr. Joshua Feldstein 

Associate Dean 

Chairman, Division of Plant Science 




Dr. George Turner 
Dean 




"Man is a domesticated animal 
that must think. His thinking 
makes him a little lower than the 
angels. And his domesticiation 
makes him, at times a little lower 
than the monkey. " 

D.H. Lawrence 



Mildred Gulick 

Housemother to Co-ed Students 




College Work-Study Employee 




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Evelynn Porter 

Adviser To Women 

Asst. Director to Admissions 



Gloria Faaet 

Secretary to Dean Fulcoly 





Joseph E. Fulcoly Jr. 
Dean of Students 



Robert McMlelland 

Director of Placement and Publications 





Robert J. Tasker 
Assistant Dean of Students 




Shirley Finnie 
Secretary to Mr. Tasker 




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Louis Hedges 

Director of Alumni Affairs 



Oscar Larsson 
Registrar 





Elmer Reiter Jr. 
Comptroller 



Accounting Office 



"Man progresses because of his 
intellect and his burning curiosity. 
Education provides the foundation 
for future achievement by develop- 
ing an awareness of logic, igniting 
the student's imagination and fus- 
ing his responses into action. " 

1970 Trident 




Doren DeJulio 
Receptionist 



Boyd Ghering 

Chairman, Evening and Summer School 





Ethel Dendler 
Postmistress 



Clara DeCoursey 
Purchasing Agent 




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LaVeme Coulton 
Switchboard 




Steno Pool 







"So do not be surprised my brothers, if the peo- 
ple of the world hate you. We know that we have 
left death and come over into life. We know it 
because we love our brothers. " 

1 John 3:13-14 



Mr. Byron Fraser 

Assistant Professor of Food Industry 




College Work-Study Employee 



LIBRARY STAFF 



Carolyn Milheim 
Head Librarian 





GENERAL 
STUDIES 



Dr. George Keys 

Professor of General Studies Chairman. General Studies 



Harry Reist 

Instructor in General Studies 





Gordon Roberts 

Instructor in General Studies 




Dr. Richard Zeimer 

Assistant Professor of General Studies 




Sally Smith 
Instructor in English 




Edward O'Brien 

Instructor in General Studies 




Dr. Peter Glick, Jr. 
Professor of General Studies 




SPECIAL 
STUDIES 



Joann Roberts 
Instructor in Music 



"Educational techniques stimulate the mind of 
a creative artist, a capable quarterback, or an 
efficient student leader, as well as that of a 
scholar. " 

1970 Trident 




James O'Reilly 
Instructor in Art 




Edith Prundeanu 
Instructor in German 



Robert Fitt 
Instructor in Music 





Michael Tabachnick 
Assistant Professor of Physics 




Francis Hofstaedter 

Associate Professor in Physics and Mathematics 



Theodore Christie, Jr. 

Assistant Professor in Mathematics 




PHYSICS 

AND 

MATH 



James Popham 

Associate Professor in Mathematics 





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Ned Linta 

Associate Professor of Physical Education Chairman, Health Services, Physical 

Education and Athletics. 




Tom Schriner 



PHYSICAL 




Edna Ney 

Secretary to Poultry Laboratory 





Charles Conover 

Senior Bacteriologist Instructor in Poultry Pathology 




I. Howard Kahan 

Associate Professor of Poultry Pathology 



Claudi Cornell 
College Nurse 



POULTRY 
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Elizabeth Potts 
College Nurse 




INFIRMARY 



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SERVICES 



Dr. Richard Schumacher 
College Physician 





CAMPUS 



Johanna Keunecke 
Supervisor of Housekeeping 



Joseph Troxell 
Maintenance 





Leon Nelson 
Recieving 



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"You Peers, Continue this United League" 
Shakespeare 




"Be governed by your 
knowledge and proceed in 
the sway of your own 
will." 

Shakespeare 



L-R, Fran Campbell 
Dan Pattison — Pres 
Moose — Rep. 



- V.P., Bridget Pitsko - 
Carole Saunders — Sec. 



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SOPHOMORES, 



"Be satisfied with success in even the smallest matters 
and think that even such a result is no trifle." 
Marcus Aurelius 




L-R, Tony Tassone — V.P., Ken Grube — 
Tres., John Rigolizzo — Rep., Rusty Suher — 
Pres., Marie Glass — Sec. 



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'Friendship is man's 
greatest gift" 

Shirat Yisrael 




ROW 1: Jules Perlstein — Rep., Ira 
Niedweske — V.P., Russ Licciardello — 
Pres., Gene Fink — Rep., Jack Faciollo 
— Rep. ROW 2: Bryan Bolehala — 
Rep., Dave Sverduk — Rep. 






"The question was once put to him, 

how we ought to behave to our friends 
and the answer he gave, 
"As we should wish our friends to behave to us" 
Diogenes 





ATHLETICS 








NED A. LINT A 
Director of Athletics 



GREEN 



GOLD 




DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE 



DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 18901 
TELEPHONE 215-345-1500 



May 1973 



To: Senior Athletes of the Class of '73 



It is with great pleasure that I share with you in this 
yearbook, and I commend you, the Senior Athletes of Delaware 
Valley College, for the fine reputation you have earned through- 
out the Eastern Collegiate Athletic world. 

It is an honor for me to be part of this group. I have been 
able to sense the outstanding loyality, pride, and devotion you 
have for your College. Soon you will join one of the finest 
groups of people with whom I have ever associated, the Delaware 
Valley Alumni. 

Here, at Delaware Valley College, we endeavor to conduct a 
vigorous, prudent, quality intercollegiate athletic program, 
crucial to an appropriate balance in the over-all program of 
college activities. The many permissive and dissenting 
influences prevalent in campus life today, create a need for 
discipline and performance-oriented programs; thus, providing 
intercollegiate sports with an even more important role than 
that traditionally assigned. 

Participation in sports tends to instill the awareness that 
victory comes through hard work, team play, self-confidence, and 
an enthusiasm that amounts to dedication. These qualities, along 
with a good set of values, are learned through sports; thereby, 
making sports one of the guardians of the high standards aspired 
for by our Country. As Athletes, you have received the benefit 
that athletics can give, one that meets, in a unique way, the 
objective of higher education. I urge you to apply the things 
you have learned, as you go along in life. 

Congratulations and best wishes to one and all. God speed '. 



Sincerely, 



Ned A. Linta 
Director of Athletics 



FOOTBALL 1972 




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1st row L to R - Dennis J. Dumsha, Richard J. Koenig, Raynard Johnson, Andrew A. Pollack, James M. Foote - co-captain, Alan F. Lehman - co-captain, Richard T. 
Keown Richard Glenn Jr John T. Fall'on, Kevin C. Foster. 2nd row, L. to R. - Donald P. Capone, Kevin J. Steffa, John A. Bernetskie, Allen E. Bartlebaugh, Lawrence E. 
Dell James K Malone'y Harry J. Dumas, LeRoy W. Petters, Thomas M. Smyth, Robert J. Fullerton, French A. Strother. 3rd row, L. to R. - Bruce M. Henry, Douglas F. 
Scha'efer Anthony D Tassone Edward J. Thomas, Floyd K. Alderfer, Mark F. Belinsky, Charles J. Wlonteleone, Merritt D. Silcox, Patrick Grab, Michael P. Ellis. 4th row, 
L to R.'- William Spicknall, Brower Yerger, III, Jesse F. Campbell, Thaddeus E. Palka, Jude T. McKenna, James W. Nugent, Edward G. Glunz, Jeffrey B. Smith, Eric L. 
High Benny A Snyder Ronald D. Warrick. 5th row, L. to R. - Dennis M. Weaver, James Schof ield, John E. Fallenstein, Philip A. Shelesky, Steven D. Harrison, Francis X. 
Jone's Fred J. Lackma'n, Robert D. Evans, Gregory Silenok, Richard H. Ridgway, Jr. 6th row, L. to R. - Manager Frank Ali, Manager Joseph Sunajko. John Silan (SID), 
William J. Mitchell - Assistant Coach, Alfred L. Brodhag - Assistant Coach, H. W. (Bill) Craver - Head Coach, Emerson M. Dromgold - Assistant Coach, Joseph G. Mor- 
elli - Assistant Coach, W. Mark Stephenson - Assistant Trainer, Ned A. Linta - Athletic Director, Brian Kahn, Manager. 



In 1972, the Aggie Football team compiles a 4-4 log, registering wins over Morav- 
ian, Muhlenberg, Lycoming and Wilkes. While the Aggies were strong contend- 
ers for the M.A.C. laurels, however, inexperience, mental errors, and eratic play 
cost them the crown. Throughout the season the spirit and the hustle of the 
gridders prevailed to insure their victories and make them formidable even in 
defeat. Highlighting the season was the placing of four members of the team on 
the conference squad. While the seniors departing will be missed, a large num- 
ber of fine returning underclassmen hold bright promise for next years . 



Co-captains Al Lehman and James Foote, Coach Craver. 





The 1972 Season 




DVC 


14 


Juniata 


24 


DVC 


26 


Moravian 


21 


DVC 


35 


Muhlenberg 


14 


DVC 


22 


Albright 


22 


DVC 


88 


Lycoming 


3 


DVC 





Upsala 


6 


DVC 





Susquehana 


7 


DVC 


20 


Wilkes 


18 




SENIORS '73 




Richie Glenn (21) 
offensive halfback 



Al Lehman (77) 
linebacker 



Ray Johnson (60) 
defensive end 




JimFoote(ll) 
quarterback 



RichKeown(61) 
offensive guard 



Andy Pollack (74) 
defensive tackle 



AN ERATIC SEASON . . . 




Coach Craver's face reflects the feelings inside 



A frustrating moment for the offense as Jim Foote is smothered by the Wilkes defenders 



BELOW: Jim Foote hands off to Keith Alder - 
fer during the Albright game 





Jim Maloney, Roy Petters, and Kevin Foster rudely welcomes this unreceptive receiver. 




Richie Glenn scores his last career TD against Wilkes. 



BELOW: Freshman Rick Ridgeway plunges forward for a few extra yards. Rick's performance this year was one of 
the highlights of the Aggies season. 





Rick Ridgway prepares to return the kickoff. Fran Jones 
(33) and Rick Koening (81) arrive to assist Rick. 



The team knows you can't escape the big eye of the camera 




Jim Nugent (75), Keith Alderfer (44), Kevin Steffa (65) confer on 



Manager Brian Kahn works feverishly to aid the 
gridders 




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Emotional 
Education 



MAN AND THE SENIORS 

GO OUT IN STYLE 

DVC 20 
WILKES 18 




The Man and his last game. 




Fred Lackman is tripped up after picking up a crucial first down. 




Rav Johnson latches on the Wilkes runner as the other defensive members close in 







Rich Koenig bulls his way for valuable yardage. 




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Jeff Fulcoly prepares to make the conversion . 




The Big Win for the Seniors. 



CROSS COUNTRY 1972 



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FRONT ROW, L TO R: Coach R. Berthold, Wayne Ingerto, Dave Sverduk, Bruce Pratt, Captain Jim La Baugh, Don Murphy, Rich Osman, Al Vor- 
hauer, Statistician Barb Novak. SECOND ROW: Mark Wilson, Gordon Franz, Tim Manning, George Leiby, Jon Repair, Barry Hossler, Al Racyn- 
ski, Joe Schiavo. THIRD ROW: Ralph Nelson. Tom Urban, Jeff Mason, Keith Jordan, Dennis Eschelman, Bob Mills, Ken Morgan. 




Coach Berthold 



The 1972 Cross Country Team experienced its best season's log in the his- 
tory of the sport at Del. Val. The dual meet record was 10 and 1, with the 
only loss being at the hands of a strong F and M squad. The 5th. place fin- 
ish in the MAC Championships was the same as 1971, though the 1972 race 
had a greater number of teams participating. 

For a number of years, the strong point of the cross country team has been 
its depth, and this year this proved to be the key factor in the team's suc- 
cess. The season saw three of the Aggies' potential top scorers sidelined. 
Jim La Baugh, the team's captain and 3 year letterman, was hampered by 
what turned out to be mononucleousis. Joe Schiavo, who had shown great 
improvement as a Junior, was sidelined with a hernia. And Ken Morgan, 
who was showing great promise in his freshman year, was out of action for 
most of the season with a bone bruise. 

Compensating for the injured threesome was another threesome comprised 
of Tim Manning, Don Murphy, and Bruce Pratt. Manning, a sophomore 
who showed great improvement over 1971, finished first in seven out of the 
11 dual meets setting one course record in the process. Murphy, a Junior, 
took one first place and 7 second places. Pratt, also a Junior, took one sec- 
ond and 6 thirds. The other consistent scorers were Barry Hossler, a sopho- 
more, who was out for the team for the first time and Dave Sverduk, a 
junior. 

With the return hopefully of the majority of the underclass team members 
plus the addition of some current underclassmen who did not run in 1972 
and some promising incoming freshmen, 1973 promises to be another good 
year for cross country at Delaware Valley College. 



















SEASON RECORD* 






DVC 




OPP. 




24 


Muhlenberg 


34 




19 


Dickinson 


43 




26 


Ursinus 


29 




22 


Washington 


33 




20 


Albright 


36 




17 


Phila. Textile 


42 




19 


Lebanon Valley 


40 




17 


Wilkes 


43 




34 


Franklin & Marshall 


21 




18 


Susquehanna 


41 




28 


Juanita 

10 WINS 1LOSS 

M.A.C. CHAMPIONSHIPS 

5th out of 18 teams 


30 






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Senior Jim La Baugh 





No. 1 Harrier, Tim Manning 



Frosh Ken Morgan rounds the Farm 3 turn 



The beginning of 5 agonizing miles 





M.A.C. action at Fairmont Park. 





On the road. 



Don Murphy on top at Featherbed Hil 



WRESTLING 1972-1973 




1st ROW, L-R: Everett, Yothers, Vorhauer, Jennings, Hopps, Cummins, Ackley, Thonus, Johnson, Yerger, Smith. 2nd ROW L-R: Meirs, Mover, 
Cope, Franklin, Campbell, Rockwell, Witwer, Snyder, Bartlebaugh, King, Cornman, Coach Stephenson. 



The Aggie matmen, under coach Mark Stephenson, compiled a 9-4 
record. The Wrestlers performed admirably all season but were 
still burdened with their perenial foe, Wilkes. 

Two of this year's squad became M.A.C. champs in their respec- 
tive weight classes, Ray Johnson (167), and Fran Campbell (190) . 

The highlight of the season for the team as a whole was when the 
D.V.C. matmen captured the third Lebanon Valley Invitational by 
out pointing the other contenders. First place finishes were com- 
piled by Jay Yothers, Fran Campbell and Al Bartlebaugh. 




SENIORS 1973 




Ray Johnson 



Ron Jennings 








1972 — 1973 










Season 






D. V. C. 




Opponent 


26 




Ursinus 




11 


27 




Juniata 




18 


9 




Wilkes 




31 


34 




Lebanon Valley 




3 


53 




Weidner 







26 




Glassboro 




12 


12 




Lycoming 




18 


38 




Scranton 




4 


39 




Susquehanna 




10 


17 




Swathmore 




20 


32 




Muhlenberg 




6 


15 




Moravian 




19 


24 




Western Maryland 


17 


Second place M.A.C. Championships 


First 


place Lebanon Valley 


Tournament 






9 Wins — 4 Losses 






"Shaky" prepares to take his rival to the mat, 'cause 
Ned said 'Flip 'EM'". 




"I want you to go out there and rip hell out of him! 



Brent demonstrates a shaky cross-body ride. 




Don't bite 'em Al! 




Four years of hard work pays off 



M.A.C. CHAMPS IN ACTION 
RAY JOHNSON & FRAN 




BASKETBALL 1972-1973 




FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: FRONT ROW— Coach John Silan, Ass't coach Frank Wolfgang. SECOND ROW — Chris Higgins, John Leiner. John Sil- 
an. Dan Dan Damweber, Ken Jones, Bob Polinsky, Roger Slawta, Steve Shelly. Scott Sidler. Raoul Walsh. 



Steve Zenko. Coach Silan and Captain Bob Polinsky. 




There is only one word that could describe this season 
— Disasterous. First the season started with a back in- 
jury to Steve Zenko, then proceeded to go down hill 
from there. Inexperience, poor play and lack of confi- 
dence and height all combined for a dismal season. 

The most courageous moment for the hoopsters was 
against Textile where they valiantly battled the third 
ranked college in the nation for three quarters then suc- 
cumbed to the stronger team — A Great Effort. 

A bright point in this dark season was the play of Bob 
"Meathead" Polinsky, who had the determination that 
earned him the season's MVP. 




The all Important tap-off 




Senior Ace Bob Polinskv in the corner. 

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1972 — 1973 
Season 




D. V. C. 




Opponent 


72 


Juniata 


90 


71 


Wilkes 


93 


77 


Upsala 


105 


62 


E-Town 


66 


63 


Drew 


65 


60 


Muhlenberg 


70 


65 


Swathmore 


56 


39 


Ursinus 


51 


81 


Haverford 


76 


71 


Albright 


90 


55 


Glassboro 


81 


76 


Washington 


78 


75 


Lycoming 


91 


51 


Moravian 


89 


38 


Weidner 


56 


64 


Scran ton 


89 


57 


Susquehanna 


64 


70 


Philadelphia Textile 


83 


67 


Eastern 


82 


76 


Muhlenberg 


103 


67 


Wagner 


70 


97 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


88 


Second place Jaycee Tournamer 


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3 Wins 19 Losses 





A Frustrating Season. 




Damweber from the key for two 



The shot is blocked, but only momentarily 



But The Future Is Bright 




Sidler mano a mano against E-town 



Steve shows Weidner defenders the right way to clear the boards 





Who's keeping score?" 



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Shelly (22), Polinsky (44), and Silan (32), up for the rebound 




Scott on the assist 



BASEBALL 1973 




LEFT TO RIGHT: 1st ROW— French Strothers, Andy Timko, Wayne Remo, Dave Ferenchick, Bob Polinsky, Ed Biddle, Kevin Foster. 2nd ROW — 
Coach John Silan, Sam Matechek, Jim Scofield, Dennis Trexler, Scott Sidler, Floyd Aldefer, Bill Hartzel, Dennis Masson, Coach Tom Schriener. 3rd 
ROW — Bill Ward, Jay Stralo, Al Wiekel, Gary Dalina, Chris Higgins, John Paetow. BELOW RIGHT: Coach John Silan and Captain Dave 
Ferenchick. 



The 1973 Baseball team, behind the excellent pitching of Bob 
Polinsky, compiled an 8-4 log for the Spring campaign. 

The Aggies were in the running for MAC laurels, due to the hit- 
ting of Biddle, Foster and Timko, and good defensive work, for 
most of the season. The last 2 games saw the Silan men fall prey 
to a fired up Juniata ballclub as some mental errors dashed Po- 
linsky's one hitter in the first game to lose 1-0 and in the second 
6-1. 

Gaining some measure of revenge the Aggies defeated Juniata in 
the first round of the ECAC tournament before losing to Scran- 
ton in the final. 

While the team is losing valuable baseball talent through grad- 
uation, enough underclassmen have played a role in this year's 
success to be a strong nucleus for next year's club. 




SENIORS 1973 



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Another victim for pitching ace Polinsky . 





The 1973 Season 




DVC 


Opponent 


5 


Moravian 


2 


6 


Susquehanna 


3 


3 


Susquehanna 


2 


4 


Elizabethtown 


1 


6 


Ursinus 


7 


14 


Philadelphia Textile 


9 


3 


Upsala 


1 


9 


Muhlenberg 








Juniata 


1 


1 


Juniata 
EC AC Tournament 


6 


7 


Juniata 


2 


1 


Scran ton 

2nd Place M.A.C. 
8 Wins — 4 Losses 


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Sandy "Casey" Timko gets ready to blast one over the fence . 





Where'd that pitch go, muses an Upsala batter. 



TRACK 1973 



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1st ROW, L TO R: John Bougher, Pete Stanski, Bob Miller, Rich Osman, Co-Captain Bruce Pratt, Co-Captain Jim La Baugh, Larry Dell, Tim Man- 
ning, Mark Wilson, Gordon Franz. 2nd ROW, L TO R: Pete Hefferin, Peter Paugh, Bill Keppler, Jack Bryher, Joe Meesfeld, Blair Yurkanin, Dennis 
Eschelman, Ted King, Distance Coach Robert Berthold. 3rd ROW, L TO R: Sprint Coach Louis Hegyes, Chuck Moose, Scott Ellis, Di Kobylinski, Jeff 
Smith, Ed Flunz, Eric High, Jack Fallenstein, Mark Weist, Head Coach Ted Cottrel. 




For the first time in M.A.C. history an official indoor track season was imple- 
mented. While facilities are limited on the inner circuit, the D.V.C. cinder- 
men showed promise as they finished fourth in a field of 16 teams at the in- 
door championships at Widener Fieldhouse. 

The indoor season proved to be an important foundation upon which the Ag- 
gies dual meet record was built. A fine balance was struck between the out- 
standing track and field units to produce a 5-3 record. This was the first time 
in ten years that the team had had a winning season as well as tying the rec- 
ord for most wins in a track season. Outstanding performances in the 
weights were turned in by Peter Paugh, Joe Theesfield, and Blair Yukrainian. 
In the jumping events, Scoot Ellis and Weist were standouts. Dell, Fallen- 
stein, Kobolinsky, Manning Keppler and Pratt kept their opponents eating 
cinders all season. 

The factor that molded the cindermen into such a dedicated and feared team 
was the excellent young coaching staff headed by all time Aggie great Coach 
TedCotrell. 

Everyone on the 1973 D.V.C. track team was a vital contributor to this year's 
success and with the loss of only one letter winner via graduation, the future 
of the team is promising. 




D.V.C. 

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Harry Dell leads off in the 440 relay. 



Co-captains Bruce Pratt and Jim LaBaugh. 



Track 
1973 Season 



Opponent 



Lycoming 


42 


Dickinson 


57 


Juniata 


90 


Muhlenberg 


51 


Swathmore 


74 


L.V.C. 


56 '2 


Haverford 


19 '2 


Ursinus 


95 '2 



6th Penn Relays 

4th of 16 

MAC Indoor Championships 

4th of 16 teams 

MAC Outdoor Championships 

4th of 18 teams 

5 wins — 3 losses 





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Iron man Jack Fallenstein 



Blair goes airborne trying to put out the lights at Weidner. 




Distance cinderman Tim Manning leading in the 2 mile. 






Bruce Pratt winning another half mile with Dennis Eschelman 3rd. from left coming on to take a point in fourth place. 

Scott Ellis (inset) displays his record holding form at Weidner. 

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Joe Theesfield shows form that won the disc in every meet 





Pete Paugh gets set to send the spear 200 ft . 
Larry Dell smoking past the rest of the field to win the 220 yd. dash. 



Morgan runs past seated miler Moose 





Bruce Pratt gets ready to burn in the 440. 




Kobolinsky pounding the tartan to win the 440 hurdles in record time. 




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GOLF 1973 




BOTTOM ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT — Mike Wells, Angelo Petraglia, Dennis O'Brian, George Bergdoll. TOP ROW - 
Skip Einhorn, Blain Worall. Dennis Moran, Mr. Frank Wolfgang Assistant golf coach. 



Mr. Ned Linta, Head Coach, 



Captain Angelo Petraglia and Coach Ned Linta. 




The 1973 Aggie Golf Team quickly established itself as a team 
to be reckoned with in MAC play as Captain Petraglia burned 
up the greens with his teammates to compile a 6-6 season rec- 
ord. This was just a portent of things to come as the Aggies trav- 
eled to Hidden Springs Country Club and captured 2nd place in 
the MAC tourney. Angelo Petraglia was the MAC gold medal 
winner on a team that fell just 4 strokes short of the MAC 
crown. After such an outstanding season with all but 2 letter- 
men returning, the DVC golf team will be a power to contend 
with next year. 





MA.C. Champ Captain Angelo Petraglia shows off 
his putting form. 



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The 1973 Golf Season 






DVC 




Opponent 


408 


Susquehanna 




405 


408 


Elizabethtown 




426 


422 


Swarthmore 




422 


422 


Johns Hopkins 




441 


422 


Dickinson 




426 


411 


Moravian 




399 


411 


Scran ton 




409 


429 


LVC 




433 


429 


W. Maryland 




419 


424 


Albright 




423 


424 


Muhlenberg 




413 


407 


Widener 
6 Wins — 6 Losses 




451 




2nd Place M.A.C. Championships 







R0W1, LEFT TO RIGHT ~ Bill Pfleger, John Hauser, Rod Turpin, Coach Emerson Drumgold. ROW 2 — Walt Hopkins, J. C. Baily, Charles Geltz, 
Tyson Zackey. 

Captain Rod Turpin and Coach Drumgold. 

This year's Tennis team, although not out- 
standing, had its finest season in several years. They 
brought home the first victory of the past few years 
with a 5-4 victory over Philadelphia Textile. The 
team also gave more teams a run for their money in 
other matches. I hope this is a good sign for the 
future. 

" — Defeats are installments for victory" 
— Jacob A. Riis 






The 1973 Tennis Season 




DVC 




Opponent 


1 


Drew 


8 





Lycoming 


9 


4 


Widener 


5 





Juniata 


9 


2 


Scran ton 


7 


5 


Philadelphia Textile 


4 


1 


Susquehanna 


8 




1 Win — 6 Losses 





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Rod "Laver" Turpin 



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Pfleger exhibits close net work. 




The "Kev" to Tennis 



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Nancv Cole, 
Phyllis Shaub 



Maureen Dwver 



Kathy Riggerio 
Nancy Morgan 




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AWARMB 



FOOTBALL 
JAMES WORK TROPHY 
ROSS TRIUL AWARD V' 

OUTSTANDING OFFENSIVE PLAYER 
OUTSTANDING OFFENSIVE BACK 
OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 
OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE BACK 



MOST VALUABLE HARRIER 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 
MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 
HIGH SCORER 



MOST VALUABLE WRESTLER 
MAC CHAMPIONS 



CROSS COUNTRY 



BASKETBALL 



WRESTLING 



Alan F. Lehman '73 

Alan F. Lehman '73 

Richard T. Keown '73 

Floyd K. Alderfer '75 

Raynard Johnson ? 73 

Alan F. Lehman '73 



James La Baugh '73 



Robert Polinsky '73 

Daniel Damweber '75 

Steve Shelly '74 



Raynard Johnson '73 

Raynard Johnson '73 

Fran Campbell '76 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 
OUTSTANDING PITCHER 
HIGHEST AVERAGE 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 
LOYALTY AWARD 
MAC CHAMPION 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: 



MOST VALUABLE RUNNER 
MOST VALUABLE FIELDMAN 



BASEBALL 



GOLF 



TENNIS- 



TRACK 



Robert Polinsky '73 
Robert Polinsky '73 
Kevin C. Foster '74 

AngeloPetr aglia '74 

Dennis O'Brien '73 

Angeto Petraglia ? 74 



William R.Pfleger '76 



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Peter Paiigh '7< 



SPEARS AWARDS 
WALTER RIGGINS A WARD James LaBaugh '73 

PHILADELPHIA B'NAI B'RITH SPORTS LODGE 

"LEO WEINROTT COLLEGIATE SCHOLAR ATHLETE A WARD" 

James LaBaugh '73 



CLUBS 





Officers — Jack Facciolo — Treas., Ray Johnson — Court Judge, Jim Lutz — V.P., Murray Klein — Pres. 
Ken Buchholz — Sec . 



STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 



The science of Government is only a science 
of combinations, of applications, and of 
exceptions, according to times, places, and 
circumstances." 

Rousseau 



ROW 1: Murray Klein, Ken Buchholz, Jim Lutz. Jack 
Facciolo, ROW 2: John King, Maureen Dwyer, Al 
Lehman, Rusty Suher, Ray Johnson, ROW 3: Russ 
Licciardello. Dan Pattison, Dave Sverduk. Bob Kopacz, 
ROW 4: Chuck Moose, Steve Cygan, Tom McGinn, 
Bryan Bolehala, John Rigolizzo. 




Interclub Council 



'Unity makes strength, and since we must be strong, we must also be one. " Von Baden 




ROW 1: Eric Shieb, Jim Lutz, Glenn Flickinger, Sandy Timko, Bob Miller, ROW 2: Scott Cook, Dave Kipphut, Jim Fleager, Parvin 
Richards, Rich Osman, Don Allison. 




Officers — Eric Schieb — Sec, Jim Lutz — Pres., Glenn Flickinger — Treas., Sandy Timko — V.P. 




George McCarter — Chrm, Eric Scheib — Sec.-Treas. 



A-DAY 
COMMITTEE 



"Committee is like a soft chair; easy to get into but 
hard to get out of. " Braude 




Committee Heads 




ROW1: Dave Kindig, Jim Fleager, Cathy Thomas. Dayle Berger, Gayle Berger, Mark Saunders, Chuck Bojack, Cindy Harding, Jim Lutz, Don Allion, 
Rod Turpin, Eric Scheib, ROW 2: Frank Post, Tim Paxson, Rich Osman, Mark Cole, Dave Charrier, Ron DeClement, Norman Finnanee, Mike Wasyl- 
kewicz, Ken Grube, Parvin Richards, Walt Hopkins, Abbott Lee. 



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"Beware of little expenses; a small leak 
will sink a great ship. " 

Benjamin Franklin 



ROW 1: Jerry Simons, Joe Russ, Jon Quick, John Sikina, Rich 
Keown, ROW 2: Larry Wolf, John Delpino, Matt Fricker, Bruce 
Farquhar, Doug Smith, Steve Przyuski, Tim Whitson, ROW 3: 
Ross Rosencrance, Tom Zalasky, Chuck Roller, Linda Morgan, 
Alex Saphos, Barb Driesens, Terry Rutherford, ROW 4: Ron 
Szary, Tom Pyle, Jerry Beil, Ray Johnson, Rich McVaugh, Joe 
Sweeney, Jay Stralo, Roland Schlimm, ROW 5: Al Lehman, Frank 
Bryant, Rich Weisel, Bob Scott, Bob Bolinsky, Larry Hoffa, Dave 
Ferenchick, Bob Hohman, Steve Zenko, Barry Schmieder, Ed 
Staudenmayer. Phil Kelly. 





BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 
CLUB 



Officers — Rich Keown — Pres., Jerry Simons — Sec., John 
Sikina — V.P., Jon Quick — Treas., Joe Russ — Activities 
Chrm. 






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CLUB 




"VWio learns and learns but does not 
what he knows, is one who plows and 
plows but never sows. "Anonymous 




ROW 1: Rich Rathjens, Cathy Thomas, Frank Post, ROW 2: Jeff Segan, Ted Schiele, Paul Beers, 
Bob Byson, RUW3: Dave Kindig, Seott Cook, Eric Scheib. 



Officers — Eric Scheib — Sec, Dave Kindig — A-Day Rep., Scott Cook — Pres. 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



"The cry of age is more for fraternity than for charity. If one exists, the other will follow, or better still, will not be need- 
ed." Dr. Chapin 




Kirby Ellis — Consultant to WAPO, Jeff Piscitelli — Corr. Sec. & Alumni Sec, Chris Wolf — Pledge Master, 
Parvin Richards, Pres., Rich Wilson — Treas., Bob Heitzman — Historian, John Rigolizzo. 




ROW 1: Chris Wolf, Parvin Richards, ROW 2: Bob Ryan, Jay Beckus, Ken Buchholz, Rich Wilson, ROW 3: Russ Licciardello, 
Terry Stern, Dan Sitler, Bob Kopacz, Ron DeClement. 



CIRCLE K 



'Real wealth comes to the man who has learned he is paid best for the things he does for nothing. " St. John Chryostom 




CIRCLE K CLUB 




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Keith Jordan — V.P., Sanford Skolnik — Pres. 

CONTEMPORARY CLUB 

'Culture ... is a powerful instrument to mould character. " Somerset Maugham 






APIARY SOCIETY 



"The bee is more honored than other animals, not because she labors, but because she labors for others." St. John 
Chryostom 




Rich Osman, Steve Csorgo — Sgt.-at-arms, Neil Kratz — Pres., Dr. Berthold — Adviser, Dave Sverduk — Honey Sales, 
Gordon Franz, Eugene Nowak — Treas . 






ROW 1: Jim Fleager, Glenn Flickinger, Paul Holcombe, Jeff Vandermark, Larry Baum, Gayle Berger, Laurel Sterling, Barb McDonald, Al Vorhauer, 
Don Schaeffer, Kim Cassel, Sally Colbey, Dayle Berger, ROW 2: Dr. Pelle, Steve Rothenberg, Dave Fink, Ray Fegley, Gary Woodruff, Dave Kindig, 
Dan Laudenslayer, Bruce Pratt, Jim Stump, Tim Paxson, Tom Gemmill. 



BLOCK AND BRIDLE CLUB 




Officers — Dr. Pelle — Adviser, Jim Stump — V.P., Gary Woodruff — Intramurals, Al Vorhauer — 
Sgt.-at-arms, Tom Gemmill — Publications, Glen Flickinger — Pres.. Paul Holcombe — Program 
Chrm., Jim Fleager — A-Day Rep., Gayle Berger — Treas. 



members of the livestock judging team 




"No civilization is complete which does not include the dumb and defenseless creatures within the sphere of charity and 
mercy. " Queen Victoria 




ROW 1: Leonard Thonus, Bruce Milstein, Al Weisgold, Ward Cassel, John Cassel, Ed Engle, Dave Lee, Terry Stern, ROW 2: Randy Miller, Beth 
Forsman, Herby Bonnice, Tim Horn, Craig Thatcher, Tom Park, ROW 3: John Hauser. John Bryne, Bill Clarke, Joe Lali, Mike Bencze. John Repair, 
Cliff Black, Frank Ali, Rusty Suher, John Salahub, PeteLeVan, Glenn Fahnestock. 




Officers — Parvin Richards — Treas., Dayle Berger — A-Day Rep., Chuck Bojack — V.P., Gayle Berger — A-Day 
Rep., Dave Charrier — Pres. 




R0W1 — Dave Delgado, Tim Whitson, ROW 2: Pattie Hilton, Dave Charrier, Jim Watkins, Parvin Richards, 
Cindy McDowell, Chuck Bojack, Gayle Berger, Dayle Berger, ROW 3: Ron Durham, Dave Bashnick, Bob 
Regester, Dan Sitler. 



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"If music is the food of love, play on! 
Shakespeare 




CHORALE 



"Music is harmony, harmony is perfection, perfection is our dream, and our 
dream is heaven." 

Henri Am eil 



members of Pennsylvania Collegiate Choral Festival. 




ROW 1: John Trexler, Alan Berger, Dave Charrier, Chuck Bojack, Tim Whitson. ROW 2: Kathy Rigolizzo. Kay Smith, Patti Hilton, 
Steve Brown. ROW 3: Paul Cheshire, Dave Delgado. Chuck Moose, Byron Reilly, Sue Keesler, Bridget Pisko, George McCarter, Wil Drei- 
belbis. ROW 4: Mark Cole, Norman Finnance, Harry Sumner. Guy Leighton, Ray Davis. Greg Kernan, Dave Bashnick, Ron Durham, 
Bob Miller. 



Officers — Chuck Bojack — Treas., John Trexler — V.P., Dave Charrier — Pres., Bob Miller 
— Lib. 




DAIRY SOCIETY 





members of the Dairy judging team. 



KNEELING: ROW I: Bob McKoy, John Grice, Dayle Berger, Gayle Berger, Cindy McDowell, Kim Cassel, Sally Colbey, Peggy Courtney, ROW 2: 
Steve Gorman, Rich Homan, Dave Rama, Ken Grube, Jim Manning, STANDING: Dr. Plummer, Dr. McCafree, Dave Crooke, Ken Morgan, Bill 
Haines, Mike Cohen, Tom Wakefield, Doug Seidel, Dave Ketner, Steve Mowry, Chuck Moose, Freeman, Evans, Bob Moore, Jay Chamberlain, Dave 
Longenecker, Fred Maehr, John Salahub, Marvin Lowenstiener, Rich Wielechowski, Rodger Camel, Bob Morgan . 



The friendly cow all red and white, 

I love with all my heart; 
She gives me cream with all her might 
To eat with apple tart. " 
Stevenson 




Officers — Ken Grube — A-Day Rep., Dr. McCafree — Adviser, Melody, Dave Crooke — Publications, Bob McKoy — Treas., John 
Grice — Sec, Marvin Lowenstiener — Pres., Dr. Plummer — Adviser. 



DELTA TAU ALPHA 



'No person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been a reward for what he gave. " Calvin Coolidge 




ROW 1: George Cummins — V.P., Dennis Kucharewski, Dave Windsor — Sec, Tom Logan — Pres., Jeff Se- 
gan, Gary Webb, ROW 2: Larry Dillion — Treas., Bob Gaylord, Ray Samulis, Abbott Lee, Gene Nowak — 
Sgt.-at-arms, Dave Kindig. Dennis Derr. 

FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 

"One man can completely change the character of a country and the industry of its people by dropping a single seed in 
fertile soil. " Gifford 




Dr. Hofsaess, Jules Perlstein, Keith Jordan, Trent Silker, Tom Bechtel, Jon Cassel. 




Cyndee Harding — Pres., Mark Marsili — V.P., Tim 
Paxson — A-Day Rep., Dr. Hofsaess — Adviser. 



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ROW 1: Melody Smith, Debbie Coleman; Cyndee Harding. Chris Wolf, Carol Finnie, Lee 
Cupper, Dayle Berger, ROW 2: Mark Marsili, Jeff Vandermark, Beth Forman, Sue Fitzgerald, 
Tim Paxson. 



EQUINE CLUB 

'There is no secret so close as that between a rider and his horse. " 

Robert Smith Surtes 



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Bob Polazzi, Ed Biddle, Drew Kotalic, Ray 
Blew, Ana Simon, Elwood Blake. 




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Ana Simon, Ray Blew — Co-Editors. 




Greg Roberts, Marianne Knebles . 



THE GLEANER 



Literature is the thought of thinking souls. " Carlyle 

134 










Officers — ROW 1: Dennis McAnall — Publications, Ray Samulis — V.P., Eugene Nowak — Intramurals, ROW 2: Abbott Lee — A- 
Day Rep., Gary Zanecosky — Publications, Dennis Derr — Sec, Jeff Werst — Treas. 



HORTICULTURE SOCIETY 



"A humble man is like a good tree — the more full of fruit the branches are, the more they bend down. " Braude 



ROW 1: Abbott Lee, Eugene Nowak, Ray Samulis, Jeff Dilks, Rich Devinny, Joe Solomon, Dennis McAnall, John Quinn, ROW 2: Dennis Derr, Keith 
Jordan, Ron DeClement, John Rigolizzo, Ron Good, Tom Yohe, Joe Nawoczenski, Jeff Werst, Michael Custer, Gary Zanecosky. 




DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 
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ROW 1: Walt Hopkins, Rod Turpin, Bruce Vibbert, ROW 2: Laurie Lautman, Gary Webb, Bruce Linke, Parvin Richards, John King, Joe Stoll, Harry 
Pine. ROW 3: Kathy Rigolizzo, Doug Andrus, Marie Glass, Dave Windsor, Rich Schwartz. 

FOOD INDUSTRY CLUB 



"Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. "Shakespeare 




Officers — Walt Hopkins — Treas., Gary Webb — Pres., Marie Glass — Sec, Joe Stoll 
Intramurals, Bruce Vibbert — V.P., Parvin Richards — Reporter. 




Editorial Staff — Dave Thomas — Photographer, Jeff Evans — Political Ed., Howard Mandell — Editor-in-Chief, Barry Pistiner - 
Office Manager, Jon Quick — Business Manager, Glenn Fahnestock — Photographer. 



THE RAM 



'The pen is mightier than the sword!" Bulver 



ROW 1: Norman Finnance, Tim Whitson, Dave Charrier, Chuck Bojack, Mark Saunders, ROW 2: Jon Quick, Guy Leighton, How- 
ard Mandell, Keith Jordan, Glenn Fahnestock, ROW:!: Bob Searock. DaveThomas, Barrv Pistiner, Jeff Evans, Kirby Ellis. 





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ROW I- Mario Bevacqua, Mark Saunders, Jeff Fulcholy, John Quinn, Ron Durham, RUW 2: John Rolland, Bill Fritz, Paul Karcewski, Steve Brown, 
Gary Faford. Michael Weller, Alan Berger, Ray Davis, Kevin Flood, John Trexler, Phyllis Shaub, Dave Bashnick, Bob Hamm, Ray Shipe, Vince Dvo- 
rak. Mark Cole. Guy Leighton. Jim Watkins, Bob Miller, Dave Kipphut . 



"Nature — the living visible garment of God". 

Goethe 






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ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE SOCIETY 



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Officers — ROW 1: Dave Kipphut — Pres., Vince Dvorak — V.P.. ROW 
2: John Quinn — Treas., Jim Watkins — Sec, ROW 3: Mark Saunders — 
A-Day Rep., Bob Miller— Refreshments. 




ROW 1: Greg Kernan, Bruce Kittles, ROW 2: Cleveland Goolsby, Dennis McKoy, Norris Timons, Ray Johnson, Paul Jones, 
Mr. McClelland, John Wilmer, Preston Wilkerson, Tony McNair. 



RAP 



"In the gates of Eternity, the black hand and 
the white hand hold each other with an equal 
clasp. "Mrs. Stowe 




Officers — Tonv McNair — Pres., Dennis McKoy — Sec, John Wilmer — Treas., Paul Jones 
V.P. 




PHOTOGRAPHY 
CLUB 



"A picture is an intermediate something 
between a thought and a thing. " Coleridge 



ROW 1: Jim Gardner, Byron Reilly, Glenn 
Fahnestock — A-Dav Rep., Mike Matthews, Mark 
Wilson, ROW 2: Dave Thomas, Bob Miller — Pres., 
BUI Turner — Sec.-Treas., Alan Slook. 



SCUBA CLUB 



"The sea is deep because it never rejects the tiniest rivulet. " Braude 



ROW 1: Bill Smith — Treas., Joe Lalli — V.P., ROW 2: Dave Acton, Bob Weber — Pres., Walt Hopkins. Greg Stamm, Joe Nawoczenski - 
Sec., Harry Paxson. 




SKI 
CLUB 



"He that will make good use of any 
part of his life must allow a large 
portion of it to recreation. "Locke 




Officers — Mr. Morelli — Adviser, Bob Scott — Sec, Paul Karcewski — V.P.. 
Treas., Jim Watkins — Corr. Sec. 



ROW 1: Beth Forsman, Jim Watkins, ROW 2: Louis Michener, Bob Scott, George Cummins, Win Cowgill, Paul Karcewski, Alan Berger, Doug Van 
Nuys, Bill Nevill, Ken Linvill, Todd Smith, Mr. Morelli, IN TREE — Bill Smith. 





SITTING — Mike Baer, Gene Fink, STANDING — Dave Charrier, Bob Poinsett. Bruce Drantch, Doug Van N'uys. Dave Wilson. 
Ira Niedweske, Murray Klein, Jack Facciolo, Brian Van Lenten. Dr. Orr. 



SCIENCE SOCIETY 



"No science is speedily learned by the noblest genius without tuition. " Watts 




Officers — Jack Facciolo — Sec. Bruce Drantch — Pres., Dr. Orr — Adviser, Gene Fink — Treas. 



SOIL CONSERVATION SOCIETY 




ROW 1: John Borrell, Angelo Petraglia, Bryan Bolehala, Harry Cressman. ROW 2: Paul Beers, Frank Post, Jeff Segan, Cathy 
Thomas, Eric Scheib. Keith Jordan. 



Officers — Eric Scheib — Sec.-Treas., Angelo Petraglia — V.P., Bryan Bolehala - 
Pres. 




"Our soil 
Ray burn 



belongs also to unborn generations." Sam 



VARSITY CLUB 



"The manner in which a man wins life's battles shows something of his character. The manner in which he loses shows 
all. " Calloway 




Officers — Sandy Timko — Pres., Steve Shelly — V.P., Jim La Baugh — Treas., Dave 
Ferenchick — Sec, Bob Polinsky — Corresponding Sec . 




ROW 1: Bob Polinsky, Steve Shelly, Sandy Timko, Dave Ferenchick, Jim La Baugh, Phyllis Shaub, ROW 2: Maureen Dwyer, Joe 
Thonus, Al Vorhauer, Bruce Pratt, Ray Johnson, ROW 3: John Rowe, Rich Keown. Brent Franklin, Frank Bryant, George Cummins, 
Jay Fallon, Dave Sverduk, Kevin Foster, Don Murphy, Dennis Dumsha, Jim Foote, Al Lehman, Harry Dumas, Don Capone, Rich 
Koenig. 



VETERANS CLUB 



"Life, to be sure, is nothing much to lose, but young men think it 
is, and we were young. "Alfred Edward Housman 




Officers — John Delpino 
Hoffa — V.P. 



V.P., Rod Turpin — Pres., Larry 




WEIGHT 
LIFTING 
CLUB 



Officers — ROW 1 — Stan Wrubleski — V.P., Joe Lynch — Pres., ROW 2 — Jeff 
Segan — Sec, Norman Finnance — A-Day Rep. 



"Often try weight you can support, and what your 
shoulders are too weak to bear. "Roscommon 




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Win Cowgill — Treas . 




Jeff Segan, Bob Poinsett, Ken Laszurick. 
Norman Finnance, Gary Wiendorf . 




ROW 1: Dave Kipphut — Business Manager, Phyllis Shaub — Opening Section, Gary Simone — Senior Section, Dave Charrier 
Clubs, Bob Miller — Photographer, Jim La Baugh — Co-Editor, ROW 2: Charles Nutinsky — Senior Section, John Trexler 
Underclassmen, Dave Thomas — Co-Editor and Photography Editor. 



CORNUCOPIA 



"It matters not how small the beginning may seem to be; what is once well done is done forever. " Henry David Thoreau 
Dave Thomas — Co-Editor Jim La Baugh — Co-Editor 




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road and village and house 
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faction of home. " 

Hal Boland 



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Fellow Classmates; 

The time has finally come to graduate, and with 
graduation we have reached one of our many important 
plateaus in life. Graduating from college is a very 
special plateau because it is the key which can lead to 
higher and better expectations in life. The actual 
learning process is also special because it gave all of us 
an opportunity to help and watch each other grow and 
mature together academically and socially as a wonder- 
ful group of young individuals. 

As we look back over our college career, starting from 
the very beginning, we realize it was a demanding, chal- 
lenging, and at times a depressing experience, which 
was a very essential part in our total growth and 
development. Also from the very beginning as freshmen 
we all experienced many very exciting moments, some 
of which we are proud to mention, and others which we 
will keep stored away in our private memories of 
Delaware Valley College. 

With our college education we have all gained so much; 
new friends, new knowledge, and most important a new 
role in life. It is just the beginning of many more 
important roles to come in our ever promising future. So 
in closing I want to wish each of you the best in all your 
new experiences, and that you may be blessed with all 
your desires in life. 

Sincerely Yours, 
John M. King 
President of '73 





RAYNAUD JOHNSON 
Vice President 



WAYNE REMO 
Treasurer 



Student Government Representatives: LEFT TO RIGHT; George Clippenger, Alan Kulibaba, Murray Klein, Jim Lutz, John King. 




SENIORS NOT PICTURED 
AGRONOMY 

ALAN KULIBABA 
CHRISTIAN LISELLA 

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 
WILLIAM COALE 

PHILLIP COLE 

GEORGE GEIGER 

PETER HART 

HARRY RIPPENBAUM 

JEFFREY VANDERMARK 

BIOLOGY 

DENNIS BAUER 

JAMES FOELL 

DAVID TEICHMAN 

DAVID WADE 

B USINESS ADMINISTRA TION 

CHARLES BYRD 

BERNARD CILIBERTO 

WILLIAM HUNSBERGER 

JURIS KALNAJ 

JOHN LANCASTER 

MARTIN MOOREHEAD 

DENNIS O'BRIEN 

GERALD SNYDER 

ROBERT TAYLOR 

CHEMISTRY 

RICHARD SAUERS 

ROBERT VAN AKIN 

DAIR Y HUSBA NDRY 

GINO LABRUZZO 

FOOD INDUSTRY 

PAUL NESLANIK 
ANDREW STEELMAN 

HORTICULTURE 

DONALD ALLISON 

WILLIAM FALKENBURG 

SAMUEL PIAZZA 

GARY ZANECOSKY 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 

STEPHEN QUIGLEY 

MICHAEL SANTA 

FACULTY NOT PICTURED 

JOHN STANDING, B.S. 
Instructor in Biology 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

The staff of the 1973 Cornucopia wish to express our appreciation to the following magazines for the use of 
their covers in the senior section: 



CROPS AND SOILS 

ANGUS TOPICS 

SCIENCE 

FORBES 

JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION 

DAIRY HERD MANAGEMENT 

FOOD ENGINEERING 

HORT SCIENCE 

NURSERY BUSINESS 



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JULIAN PRUNDEANU, M;.S., Ph, D., Cha: 
.Department Professor of Agronomy 



To The Agronomy Class of 1973: 

On behalf of the Agronomy Pepartment I want to 
congratulate you for the successful completion of your 
undergraduate studies. From now on you will be on your 
own. It will be up to you and you alone how far you will 
go in '-'the years ahead. If past performance of bur graduW 
ates is any indication I have every reason to believe that 
you will have a very good chance to succeed in your cho- 
sen career, While the education you received during 
these four years does not make you an expert in any par- 
ticular field it gave you a good foundation on which to 
build, a foundation as good as one given by any other 
College and better than most. 

As graduates of Delaware Valley College take well 
deserved pride in your ALMA MATER, keep in close 
touch with it and becbmeinvblyed in its further growth ! 

BEST WISHES AND GOOD LUCK! 




Julian Prundeahu 
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THOMAS L. ZIMMERMAN, B.S. 
Instructor in Agronomy 




GLENN D. KINDIG 

Wolfsohn 12, Work 233, Truckin' & The 
"Cat", Those well planned S.G. field trips, 
Good Friends . 



M.S. 



B.SCOTT COOK 

Larry, Seven year itch, Rt. 202 South, "It's 

time for the idea to be tested" "Hey Buddy" . 



DAVID J. HAFNER 

Wolfsohn Hall, "As one does so does the other 

sometimes." 






RAYMOND LEET 
Bowling at Ulman Hall 1st. 





WAYNE REMO 

Gary "Bones" Simone, Chris Lisella, Glenn 

Kellar, Motorcycles, Jeanette, and "To my 

wife Madeleine who helped make this all 

possible." 



J. THOMAS LEHMAN 

This has been by far the most horrid experi- 
ence I have ever encountered. 





ERIC SCHEIB 

Martin and Frank in the cafeteria, "Only one 
dessert", J. P. and field trips in the Pinto. 
Work 203, an unforgettable time. 



JEFFREY J. SEGAN 

Maybe, maybe not, Ulman 3, "Wella Boysa", 

Finally, Bear, and Saturday labs, Slookie. 






LYLE G. STAINBROOK 



ROBERT H. YARBOROUGH 



DANIEL R. SEIBERT 
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TIBOR PELLE, M.S., Dr.: Agr: '•■ ■ :\ 
Chairman: Animal Husbandry Department 
Chairman: Animal Science Division 
Professor of Animal Husbandry 








to the Animal Husbandry Class of 1973: 

You are now entering anew phase of life and whatever 
your chosen field may be, it will be full of responsibili- 
ties, obligations and challenges. In the years ahead 
progress, prosperity and problems can be expected. You 
will take part in these changes, also benefit from them; 
your knowledge, experience and initiative will enable 
you to surmount the problems. The whole Animal In- 
dustry can Use new and good leaders and you are well 
prepared to become an essential part of this very large 
and important field. 

'.';""' On behalf of all of us in animal science, the best of 
luck and happiness. 

TiborPelle '■./•■;■' ' : ':;. : ;\ 
.';:■.■,,■■'.'. Chairman.''-,. 

Animal Husbandry 



EDWARD G. BALCENIUK 

Elson Hall, The'T", Ding-a-ling song 




LARRY G. BAUM 

Going home weekends, Elson Hall, Samuel 

Hall, Dr. Pelle's lectures. 



VINCENT BURKE 




J. MICHAEL BENCZE 

Remember all those rides, Mike C. and Walt, 

Dreams shared with Linda . The judging team . 





DR. GARY L. BRUBAKER, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Animal Science 




RAYMOND A. FEGLEY 
Chem I, To my wife and daughter, thanks for 
your love, patience and understanding during 
the last four years, without you I never would 
have made it. 



DAVID 0. FINK 



DR. FREDRICK R. HOFSAESS 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Animal Science 




JAMES E. FLEAGER 

Wolfsohn Hall, Summer of '72, with the 
"crew", "Meester"!, Lots of good times with 
the boys . 








WILLIAM CROUSHORE, B.S. 
Instructor in Animal Science 



M.S. 





J. ROBERT GAYLORD 



GLEN W. FLICKINGER 
Wolfsohn Hall, "Meester I'll tell you", The 
"J" team, The summer of '72 with the "crew". 
Four good years with close friends . 





FRED T. WOLFORD, B.S. 
Assistant Professor of Agriculture 




MARTIN GOULD 



DR. CRAIG HILL, B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Animal Science 





DANIEL H. LAUDENSLAYER DAVID V. LEININGER 

1st floor Ulman Hall, The Gang, The judging November 30, 1970. 

team and contest, Deer season 1970. 



CHARLES C. CONOVER, B.S. 

Senior Bacteriologist, Instructor in Poultry Pathology. 



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MELODY SMITH 

First co-ed year and becoming one of the 
"guys", Close friendships made, Parties at the 
house, The Cooke II gang '71 & '72, Rainy 
Sundays with Bill . 




LEONARD THONUS 



LEE A. WAGNER, B.S. 
Instructor in Animal Science 




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LIONEL M. ADELSON, B.S., M.S: 
Chairman: Science Division 
Professor of Biology 





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ELLERY W. FRENCH, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Chairman: Biology Department 
Professor of Biology 



To the Biology Class of 1973: 

Sunrise — sunset, Sunrise — sunset, 

And now you are graduating from college. 

It has not been easy. 

You have worked hard, 
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achievement. 

For this, you are to be congratulated. 

Sunrise — sunset, Sunrise ^- sunset, 

And now a new beginning. 

Keep your ideals, 

Continue to strive 

And the world will be better for your presence. 
On behalf Of the Biology department and of the entire 
faculty, I wish you well. 



Ellery W. French 

Chairman 

Biology 




EDWARD DEERING 



DAVID W. ACTON 

Long hours in the library. Drinking with Tur- 
pin, Doc, Allison finding all those mud holes 
on field trips, Enjoying married life. 



DR. WILLIAM ALLISON, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



ELWOOD L. BLAKE 

Precious, Late night walks, The education and 
experience offered at D.V.C. All you have to do 
is reach out for them. 






WILLIAM DIETZE 

The good happenings of a good life, is the good 

choice of a good wife . 




RONALD L.DOYLE 



PAULS.GREGORZEK 

Senior class picnic, "Spear", "Gunna get a 

rail." "The dream is over." 



DR. ROBERT BERTHOLD, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 





GLENN M. HALL 





"The" Scientific Method?? 





DONALD D. KELLER 

Doc B. & Botany, Dr. ("Cool") Elson, Zingers, 
9 or 5 ten times, Donna Lee who helped me 
through four years at D.V.C. To my B.S. in 
Biology . 



ROBERT M. KESSLER 





DR. PAUL R. BOWEN, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 



HORST KLEIN 



PETER H. KOCH 

I wish Dr. Miller would keep his cultures . 




JAMES W. LABAUGH 

Fall 1969, Magyar, Chair tricks, Charlie's par- 
ties x-crountry dudes, A very beautiful butter- 
fly, S. the nun, Para-flouro-iso propyl benzene, 
Quercus and Sphingids, Wearing green and 
gold, Being an Aggie, Nerf-Ball. 





RONALD DEERING, B.S., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Biology 



KENNETH LAZURICK 

Thermophiles and Fungus phobia, Barbells 

and Paula. 





JAMES C.LUTZ 

Thanks to sweet-pea, Friday night parties, 

S.S. rabbit, V.W. Big Blue. 



STEPHEN H. LUBIN 

Jack, Tim and Beer, Star Trek, Girls in the 

dorm and the N.B.I. & Farm house. 




DENNIS M. McKOY 

Two worlds merging created turmoil, out of 

this came I, a man. Truth is on its way. 

Thanks brothers special thanks to Mom and 

Dad. 



Cornelius Mclaughlin 





MARK A. MARSILI 



DR. JAMES E. MILLER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



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LOUIS C. MICHENER 

Homecoming '71 & '72, A-Day '71, 202, 

7/18/71, Ocean City, Sphingids F.H.S.N. . . 

Bev. 




MARTIN N. MILLER 

I have a question, There must be a better 

method. 




DR. JOHN MERTZ, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



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GARY SiSIMONE 

Little Feller, Iggy jokes, Weekends in Virginia, 
Mr. Bee, Chair tricks, Nerf ball, All my love to 
Pat. Thanks to the best parents in the world. 
Looking forward to August 18, 1973. 



CHARLES L. NUTINSKY 

Rat, Little fella, Iggy jokes, chair tricks, and 

all those parties . 



ANDREW POLLACK 




CLYDE R. SMITH 




DONALD E. IGELSRUD, B.S., M.A. 
Instructor in Biology 





TODD J. SMITH 

Banger, Fuzz, B.R. Aggie, Mennonite, The 

Superbug, Bubba and sardines, Pizza and beer 

forever. 




RICHARD R. STEVENS 
Learned good self-discipline. Questioned rele- 
vancy! Such experience. 




PETER R. VAN VLECK 




EDMUND R. SULLIVAN 




JAMES J. TRAINOR 

Europe '69 & '70, & '71 & '72, A girl built like i 

gourd named Pattie P. Charlie's parties . 



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To the Business Administration Class of 1973: 

Now to the work at hand! The business community 
looks to you, Class of 1973, for the enthusiasm and vital- 
ity .that a .'.'.new generation must bring. The Business 
Administration faculty congratulates you upon your 
completion of the baccalaureate. Reflect upon, what you 
have learned in your four years at Delaware Valley, 
Consider now, with our Nation at peace, the new oppor- 
tunities available to the business graduate. American 
business offers you exciting challenges. It is now up to 
you to avail yourself of those opportunities, accept will- 
ingly the challenges and work toward pertinent solu- 
tions. Delaware Valley College wishes you well in your 
enterprise; 

GeorgeF.West 
Chairman .. 

Business Administration 



GEORGE F: WEST, B.S., M.B.A, 

Chairinjan: Business Administration Department, Assistant Professor of Busine 
linistration. .. 





FRANK BRYANT 

N.B.I., Neshaminy Hotel, Amazon, Mr. Clark 

& Economics, Florida, St. Pat's day in N.Y.C., 

'55T-Bird. 





JOHNJ.BRYNER 

I would like to express deepest appreciation to 

my mother and father. 



BARBARA A. DRIESENS 




BOYD W. GHERING, B.S., M.S., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Physical Sciences 




DAVID G. FERENCHICK 

A friend in need is a friend indeed! To my 

buddies. 



RICHARD GLENN JR. 

Friends, Football's best fans (family). Marcy LARRY E. HOFFA 

Oct. 1969. The Beginning. My strongest memories were Friday's at 4:00. 





ROBERT HOHMAN 



ROBERT F. WEINMAN, B.S., C.P.A. 
Assistant Professor of Business Administration 




RAYNARD JOHNSON 

To my roomie Bob, he's the greatest, Special 

thanks to Mom . 





RICHARD KEOWN 



PHILLIP D. KELLY 

My roommate Dave, Meathead and the old man. 



BRUCE KITTLES 

Being in my situation to graduate from this 

college is quite an achievement. 




EDWARD McCOOL, B.S., M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration 



ALLAN F. LEHMAN 

It's not what you do, It's who you are. 






JOSEPH G. MORELLI, B.S. M.Ed. 
Instructor in Business Administration 



MICHAEL SIMONE, B.S., M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration 



ROBERT POLINSKY 





THOMAS C. PYLE 

I have paid for that piece of paper and now I 

will not pay another cent . 



STEPHEN R. PRENTICE 
The Lasker Mystery, Christmas '69, Card 
games with Repetti (Pyle still doesn't know 
what he did). 




JONATHAN D. QUICK 

Frustrations, maturity and friendships de- 
scribes my four years at Del-Val . 





JOSEPH M. RUSS 

10/24/69, Great friends, Night work, Stopping 
at the N.B.I. The flood on Turk Road, Christ- 
mas '72. 





GERALD HANDLER, B.S., M.A. 
Instructor in Business Administration 






RONALD R. SCHMIDT 

The desk, the hassels, blood brother and de- 
parted friends, Personal uncertainty. 



JOHN J. SIKINA 
May 1, 1970 





FREDERICK G. CLARK, B.A., M.B.A. 
Associate Professor of Business Administration 




GERALD SIMONS 



IVAN J. WITMER 

Thanks to big George, Shorty & Betty, RCI 

U.P.S. Flurry fever '71, '72 & '73. 




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ROBERT S. ORR, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 
Chairman: Chemistry Department 
Professor of Chemistry 



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To the Chemistry Class of 1973: 

Graduation is the beginning of yet another phase of 
life's experiences. You have worked hard during these 
last four years in preparation for this day. 

Use your chemical education for the benefit of man- 
kind. Continue to strive, to share, to build. Above all, 
maintain your ideals and enthusiasm. 

On behalf of the Chemistry Faculty, I wish to con- 
gratulate you on the completion of your studies at Dela- 
ware Valley and to extend best wishes for the future. 



Robert S. Grr 

Chairman 

Chemistry 




DR. MICHAEL GARRETT, B.A., PH.D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



JAMES E. ANDRUS 

I.U.P. or bust, The Farm house, Water fights 
in Barness Hall, Smoke filled chem labs. Frosh 
customs, the ocean PJM . 




DR. JOSEPH P. STENSON, B.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 




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JOHN P. HELFRICH 

Well . you just stew it up! ! . . . It's 2,4, dini 

tro road tar!! i.e. Do it over. 



MARK PIZNIK 

Ulman HI, "Huh"!. The peanut man, "yeah 

but ya gotta do it". 





DR. RICHARD A. LAZARUS, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



ANDREW (SANDY) TIMKO 

25x40's, the easy tests Lazarus gave us. 

Grabbing all the gusto you can get. 




DR. CHARLES W. WEBER, B.S., Ph.D 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



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JOHN R. PLUMMER, B.S , M.S., Ph.D: . 
Chairman: Dairy Husbandry Department 
Assistant Professor of Dairy Science . 



To the Dairy Husbandry Class of 1973: / 

As you leave Delaware Valley College reflect for a 
moment on your senior year, a year marked by war and 
peace, failure and success^ disappoinitment and joy, fu- 
tility and hope, constancy and change. These are the 
lessons of life for which your parents and teachers strive 
to prepare you. How much have you learned? 

Knowledge is priceless, for without knowledge you 
have no power to control the, events which surround 
your life. For many of youj formal education has ended. 
It is my hope that we at Delaware Valley College have 
helped you to gain some of the knowledge you need to 
face the challenges of the future. It is now up to you to! 
build upon * this background of knowledge so that you , 
can reach the goals you have set for yourself , . 

I wish for you the very best as you continue to learn 
the rievereriding lessons of life, ■'.':;■'■> 

. . John Plummer 
Chairman.'. .: 
Dairy Husbandry 






DALE A. BENNETT 

Why study today when you can study tomor 

row Squat Snack, Helen's. 




JOHNS. BRAY 

Many fine friends and many fine memories 

here at D.V.C. Marcia. 



GARTH BROWN 

Elson Hall Frosh year, Night of the dart, S.S.- 
P.L.B.G. Farmhouse, Summer of '72, Burpee 
raids, Chicken trips, Chem 1 3 times. 




TY C.COBB 

Farm =3 crew, Ford blues, Bruce, Leapin' Lee, 

Rich, Homeward bound and Shelley. 





RICHARD W. HUGHES 



DR. JAMES D. McCAFFREE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Instructor in Dairy Husbandry 



RONALD JENNINGS 





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THOMAS W. WILKINSON 




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To the Food Industry Glass of 1973: 

Success is my sincere wish for you in the corning years 
but what will be pur measure of success? This has to be 
a very personal and individual thing in total and what 
my feelings say may be irrelevant but I sense they will 
be part of your measure. : 

To a professor a sense of having participated in some- 
thing of success and merit is to hear of the pride and 
enthusiasm you have in the work you have undertaken, 
to grasp in your words the compassion you have for 
those about you, to listen in awe of the understanding 
you have of your work which could only have come from 
continued thought and study, to sense that humor has 
remained in your life and to see that you have struck an 
honest balance of obligation to employer or business, 
community, family and yourself . 

All of these I hope you accomplish. 

Richard Dommel 

Chairman; 

Fbodlndustry 




RICHARD M. DOMMEL, B.S., M:S. 
Ghaiiirtari: Food Industry Departmen) 
Assistant Professor of Food Industry 





JOHN C. BARNES, B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Food Industry 




DONALD D. CHRISTENSEN 
Weekend trips home. 




THOMAS J. HINES 



RICHARD HUBLER 



JOHN M. KING 

They were four good years, thanks to my 

friends and my wife Bev . 





JOSEPH R. STOLL 

Dorm parties, Homecoming '71 & '72, Dave 
Mason concert, Monday night football, lab 
partner, Work Hall . 



JOSEPH STOUT 




RODNEY D. TURPIN 

Barness 1st. Mom's little boys, Navy vs. Ma- 
rine corps. N.B.I, drinking games, legend of 
#N3, Connie. 







DR. GEORGE TURNER, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Food Industry 








BRUCE L. VIBBERT 



WILLIAM D. WINDSOR 

One .of the good group! "Uncle Dick' 

Weekends with Gary's mother. 



GARY L. WEBB 

"The good group", Weekends with Dave's 

wife, "Uncle Dick". 




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To the: {Ornamental Horticulture Class of 1973: 

;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 learn would take a good deal of the rest 
of outlives; : 

Keep the enthusiasm that is usually the unique privi- 
lege of theyOuhg. . 

' Fredric S. Blau 

Chairman: 
Ornamental Horticulture 



FREDRIC S: BLAU, B.L.A., M.L.A. 

Chairman: Ornamental Horticulture Department 

Professor of Landscape Design ; 






DAVIDA.BASHNICK 

H.R. Ringworm, Woodchuck, Ratberger dis- 
ease, Gross me out, Grease, Elmo the nerd, 
"you're a real jerk." 



CRAIG BAYLOR 




BARYY L. BEST 

Customs, Ginko trees weekends, field trips, 
Dave, Niko, Jim, Al, Barney & Bill getting his 
tooth pulled at the mental institution. 





J. ROBERT BEUTEL 

"Bubba" Goldman football champs three 
years, Time to truck on out, Get high with a 
little help from my friends . 




GARY BONE 



JAMES H. BUCK 

Elson Hall and Frosh year. My thanks to my 

parents . 





ALAN W. CHAMBERS 

Cooke Hall basketball, Elson Hall, "Two con- 
tacts in one eye", by Bill Briegel . 





GEORGE CUMMINS 




KENNETH CZAHOR 



BARRY J. DAVIS 

Elson '69-'70, Trips to the mountains, "It all 

works out in the end." 



RONALD L. DELP 



LAWRENCE M. DILLON 
Scott's seven year itch, Swimming and He- 
len's, The Farmhouse, Barb, Thumbing to St. 
Bona's, John and Sandy. 





VINCENT DVORAK 



ROBERT W. GLABAU 

Flower in the pasture, Farmhouse, The D.V.C. 
pleaser, The "T", Wolfsohn 27, "Hairy", Fi- 
nally finished. 



FRANK GRAU, B.S. M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Ornamental 
Horticulture 



PETER GRANT 



ROBERT A. FTTEZ 

"Farmhouse & home to the wife.' 

Hall rampage. 



Wolfsohn 





DAVID M. KIPPHUT 

Northeastern University, Continental Can, 

Philly, "the City", DeMolay . 



DENNIS M. KUCHAREWSKI 
U.P.S. ABE: "Will you please." The power 
house, O.H. field trips, Summer of '72, Coun- 
try weekends, "You paid your money, now 
work." 




ANTHONY C. KASPARIUNAS 

Freshman year, Wolfsohn Hall D.V.C. and NEIL P. KRATZ 

Doylesburg a place to be bored on weekends . Beehouse, Summer of '70 & '72, Samuel Hall . 





EDWARD T.LOGAN 

The year as a dorm counselor in Elson Hall. 



233 





DENNIS MORAN 



DOUGLAS PERRY 



RICHARD W. REHM 

Really fine! Super top notch. Bummer babes, 

W. Gross. Ocean Ave. and steamers. This 

Thick. 



PAUL J. PETTINATO 

Far-out, Bummer & boredom, Summer '70, 

G.T.O.'s boats and Sally. Corkus to all. 





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me-' 



H. JOHN ROWE 

When most of our lives are spent in preparing 
for tomorrow and regretting yesterday, how 
can we neglect today . 




ABRAHAM RELLIS 
Instructor in Floriculture 




ALANJ.SLOOK 

Sailing, insulators and bugging Simone. 



DAVID D. SUSTAK 

Many friends, many good times, many 

heartaches never to be forgotten. Peace. 





WILLIAM T. TURNER 

Work Hall Water fights, Squirrel, Blah (Fred- 
die), Aggie's staple diet, mystery meat, greasy 
chicken and iridescent roast beef, T-square. 




DAVID L. THOMAS 

Work Hall water fights, Turner, Weber, Ban- 
ner's labs, Soccer in the shower, Dark room 
water fights . 



JOHNW.TREXLER 

Roomates, good friends, right fielder's club, 
"The best part of a proper gardener's life : 
spent upon his knees." 




ROBERT WEBER 

U.P.S. Dirt bike weekends, Seaside Hts. The 
on-campus commuter. Killing flies with a T- 
square.BLAH!!! Turner and Thomas. 



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Horthcience 

A Publication of the 
American Society for Horticultural Science 
Volume 7, Number 4 August 1972 




In this IsSUe: LAND USE PLANNING Symposium 

PLASTICS IN CALIFORNIA 



To the Horticulture Class of 1973; 

I congratulate you on your success in earning your 
degrees and feel honored to have shared in your strug- 
gles, disappointments, victories and finally this great 
achievement. Your success is my success. 

"Si Dios quiere" — God willing, is the wish often ex- 
pressed by my Spanish speaking friends when anticipat- 
ing the future. You have already attained a major goal 
in life with the completion of your basic professional 
education and God willing, you should continue to be 
successful. Future challenges and attainments depend 
upon your individual interests and direction in the com- 
ing years. ■■...■ 

Remember that the sharing of your talent and joys 
with others may be the real spirit of life. Apply the gold- 
en rule and be fair to your associates on your way up 
toward the top as you may meet them on your way 
down. 

Undeveloped talents are useless therefore give your 
full effort to important tasks and you should receive 
great satisfaction. A successful student means a suc- 
cessful professor and successful alumni will reflect 
greatly on this college and its staff. Remember that 
your humanistic attainments should not be sacrificed 
for your materialistic gain. 

Best wishes to each of you for a great life. 

Clinton R. Blackmori 

Chairman: 

Horticulture 




JAMES P. BARROW 

Elson Frosh year, long trips, N.B.I. Live for 

the weekends, Senior year and the clubs . 





THOMAS D. CORDREY 
I want to thank my wife Georgia for her under- 
standing and support throughout my four 
years of college. 



MICHAEL J. CUSTER 

My sincerest thanks goes to all those who 
helped me through this difficult part of my 
life. I will never forget the "Odd Couple." 




RONALD DeCLEMENT 




DR. JOSHUA FELDSTEIN, B.S.. M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Horticulture 




JEROME L. FRECON, B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture 



DENNIS J. DERR 
10/2/71. The best change. 





LYLE T. LEIGHTON 



JAMES DOYLE 

You may either win your peace or buy it. Win 
it by resistance to evil, Buy it by compromise 
with evil . 




JAMES M. FOOTE 

Four years is a short time, wish I could have 
made it. 4'11" Summer with Al & Frank, 
Flying in Cooke 207 . 





DR. DAVID BLUMENFIELD, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Horticulture 




ABBOTT W. LEE 

Battle of the reptiles "72", Many thanks to 

dynamic Hort . 



JAMES F. LESSER 



RONALD E. GOOD 

The knowledge gained in four years at Del-Val, 
would take a life-time to apply. 






JOSEPH F. SMITH 

3 A.M. field trips, Work Hall, Hort club trips. 



DR. LOUIS POLITES, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture 



JOHN HOWELL, B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture 




JEFFREY A. WERST 

Those big areas, Hort field trips, "The rent up 

here is much too high for a room without a 

tap." 





I'T. P^ A ; 











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? IN THE WORLD 



"Education is not merely the cloistered 
skeleton of academ la haun ting ly 
pursuing wisdom and under s tanding, it 
is the flesh of reality which en c lo ses 
that by which it is supported, it is the 
effects of the animation that the soul 
breat he s into the t ot a I being. 
Education is life itself/' 

The Editors 



A ereat deal of effort was put forth by a number of dedicated people to make this 1973 COKSUCO- 
HA POSsSe We would Uke to express our profound appreciation to all of those people who have 
ffl to the'uccess of this publication. Many thanks to: Phyllis Shaub for heynterpretatxon 
rf the theme hi Se opening section, artist Dianne Rodgers, Norman Finnance David Charner Ray 
Davis an Tjohn Trexler, whose research into the appropriate literature has added ^tly to their 
s^ct Ls and the entire book, financial wizard Dave Kipphut, the Howard Cosell, Don Meredith, and 
FraTGifford of the printed sports page - Al Lehman, Gary Simone for his Hercu e- efforts on al 
phases of the book, particularly the Senior section after graduation, and especially to our adviser 
Mr. Sauer. 

These people have made this yearbook one which we regard as one of the best ever to be Published 
for this CoUege We hope in years to come that this 1973 CORNUCOPIA will be a mirror into which 
y^u can g^c g e to see the pas" four years reflected in its' pages. On behalf of the staff we wish you all 
continued happiness and success now and in the future. 

Sincerely yours, 

Dave Thomas 

Jim La Baugh 

Co-editors 
P S Special thanks go to Dave Thomas whose professional quality photographic work, when we 
were in a bind with the studio, has made this book truly a piece of photo journalism . 

The Staff 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



AGRONOMY 

BLEY, KENNETH 

R.D.#2 

Center Valley, Pa. 18034 

BODNARCHUK, DANIEL 
30 Schoolhouse Road 
Somerset, N.J. 08873 

BORRELL, JOHN 
2816 Acres Road 
Portsmouth Va. 23703 

BRIEGEL, WILLIAM 
R. D.#l, Box 103 
Langhorne, Pa. 19047 

CLIPPINGER. GEORGE 
Star Route, Box 66 
Three Springs, Pa. 17264 

COOK, SCOTT 
Mt. Wilson Lane 
Pikesville, Maryland 21208 

HAFNER, DAVID 
310 University Ave. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 18015 

KINDIG, GLENN 

R.D.#2 

Littlestown, Pa. 17340 

KULIBABA, ALAN 

2841 48th St. 
Astoria, N.Y. 11103 

LEET, RAYMOND 
Starrucca, Pa. 18462 

LEHMAN, J. THOMAS 
Route* 1 
Holtwood, Pa. 17532 

REMO, WAYNE 
633 Fairview Place 
Wyckoff, N.J. 07481 

SCHEIB, ERIC 

R.D.#2 

Phoenixville, Pa. 19460 

SEGAN, JEFFREY 
2132 Main Blvd. 
Allentown, Pa. 18104 

SEIBERT, DANIEL 

R.D.#2 

Muncy, Pa. 17756 

STAINBROOK, LYLE 

R.D.#3 

Meadville, Pa. 16335 

YARBOROUGH. ROBERT 
R.D.#1 
Bunker Hill 
Princeton, N.J. 08540 



ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 

BALCENIUK, EDWARD 

Box 171 

Bernardsville, N.J. 07924 

BAUM, LARRY 
R.D.#3 

Elizabethtown, Pa. 17022 

BENCZE, MICHAEL 
107 N. Main St. 
Cranbury, N.J. 08512 

BURKE, VINCENT 
P.O. Box 303 

Syosset, N.Y. 11791 

COALE, WILLIAM 
216 Rocksville Road 
Holland, Pa. 18966 

COLE, PHILLIPS 

Box 366 

Newton, N.J. 07860 

EMAH, ETIM 
7092 Forrest Ave 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19138 

FEGLEY, RAYMOND 
1308 Willow Ave. 
Melrose Park, Pa. 19126 

FINK, DAVID 

R.D.#2 

Slatington, Pa. 18080 

FLEAGER, JAMES 

R.D.#2 

Coatesville, Pa. 19320 

FLICKENGER, GLENN 

R.D.#3 

Ephrata, Pa. 17522 

GAYLORD, J. ROBERT 
Home-Ridge Road, R.D.#2 
Monmouth Junction, N.J. 08852 

GEIGER, GEORGE 

320 Groffs Mill 
Harleysville, Pa. 19438 

GEMMILL, THOMAS 

Route 1 

Stewartsville, Pa. 17363 

GOULD, MARTIN 

51 Mechanic St. 
Bridgeport, N.J. 08014 

HARRIS, LYNN 

R.D.#4 

Tyrone, Pa. 16686 

HART, P. RICHARD 

Meadowby Farm 
Columbus, N.J. 08022 



HOLCOMBE, PAUL 

R.D.#1 

Mohrsville, Pa. 19541 

LAUDENSLAYER, DANIEL 

R.D.#3 

Boyertown, Pa. 19512 

LEINENGER, DAVID 

R.D.#2 

Denver, Pa. 17517 

RIPPENBAUM, HARRY 
2201 Conwell Road 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 

ROTHENBERG, STEPHEN 
2 S. Penbrook St. 
Margate, N.J. 08402 

SMITH, MELODY 
210 S.Cedar St. 
Nazareth, Pa. 18064 

STUMP, JAMES 

R.D.#4 

York, Pa. 17404 

THONUS, LEONARD 
70 Hilltop Road 
Mahwah, N.J. 07430 

VANDERMARK, JEFFREY 
240 Diamond Spring Road 
Denville, N.J. 07834 

VIBOSTAK, MICHAEL 

Box 191 

Elrama, Pa. 15038 

BIOLOGY 

ACTON, DAVID 
84 Shewell Ave. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

BAUER, DENNIS 
1046 Trenton Road 
Fallingston, Pa. 19054 

BLAKE, EL WOOD 

3438 Central Ave. 
Huntington Valley, Pa. 

DEERING, EDWARD 
207 Mechanics St. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

DIETZE, WILLIAM 
289 West Court St. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

DOYLE, RONALD 

Box 178 

Mercersburg, Pa. 17236 

FOELL, JAMES 
6400 N. 5th St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19126 



FRANKLIN, BRENT 
Box 332 Airport Road 
Bedminster, N.J. 08876 

GREGORZEK, PAUL 
50 Harvey Ave. 
Rochelle Park, N.J. 07662 

HALL, GLENN 

Box 517 

Treichlers, Pa. 18086 

HUBBS, GARY 
North Wales, Pa. 19454 

RABAT, THADDEUS 
15 Main St. 
Hatfield, Mass. 01038 

KELLER, DONALD 

Box 121 

Upper Black Eddy, Pa. 18972 

KESSLER, ROBERT 
49 Lee-Lynn Lane 
Huntington Valley, Pa. 19006 

KLEIN, HORST 
454 Linden Ave. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

KLEIN, MURRAY 
1426 Stevens St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19419 

KOCH, PETER 
1 Berkshire St. 
Whippany, N.J. 07981 

LaBAUGH, JAMES 
114 Elm wood Road 
Verona, N.J. 07044 

LAZURICK, KENNETH 

1135 S. Jefferson St. 
Allentown, Pa. 18103 

LUBIN, STEPHEN 
6 Roger Ave. 
Danbury, Conn. 06810 

LUTZ, JAMES 
5500 Toms Ave. 
Pennsauken, N.J. 08109 

MARSILI, MARK 

418 Simpson St. 
Peckville, Pa. 18452 

McKEON, PAUL 
R.D.#1, PawlingsRoad 
Phoenixville, Pa. 19460 

McKOY, DENNIS 
108 E. Walnut Lane 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19144 

Mclaughlin, Cornelius 

519 Mason Ave. 
Drexel Hill, Pa. 19026 

MICHENER, LOUIS 
1045 Southampton Road 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19116 



MILLER, MARTIN 
2682 Welsh Road 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19152 

NUTINSKY, CHARLES 
7728 Green Valley Road 
Wyncote, Pa. 19095 

POLLACK, ANDREW 
88 Fourth St. 
Passaic, N.J. 07055 

SIMONE. GARY 

53 Newark Pompton, Tpke. 

Wayne, N.J. 07470 

SMITH, CLYDE 
271 Flanders Road 
Flanders, N.J. 07836 

SMITH, TODD 
2420 Washington St. 
Allentown, Pa. 18104 

STEVENS, RICHARD 
2700 Elroy Road, Apt. C-3 
Hatfield, Pa. 19440 

SULLIVAN, EDMUND 
319 Dover-Chester Road 
Dover, N.J. 07801 

TEICHMAN, DAVID 
56 Bush Place 
Paramus, N.J. 07652 

TRAINOR, JAMES 

R.D.#3 

Coatesville, Pa. 19320 

VAN VLECK, PETER 
35 Birdseye Glen 
Verona, N.J. 07044 

WADE, DAVID 
70 Rodney Ave. 
Somerset, N.J. 08873 

WOLFINGER, JOHN 
104 Meadow Lark Road 
Stratford, N.J. 08084 

WOLLMANN, FRED 
428 Grier Ave. 
Elizabeth, N.J. 07202 

YOUNG, KENNETH 
906 S. 24th St. 
Easton, Pa. 18042 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

BRYANT, FRANCIS 
301 Main St. 
Linfield, Pa. 19468 

BRYNER, JOHN 
720 Green St. 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

BYRD, CHARLES 
50 Lyndell Road 
Downingtown R.#l, Pa. 19335 



CILIBERTO, BERNARD 
1171 Sandy Ridge Road 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

DRIESENS, BARBARA 
201 Morris Road 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

FERENCHICK, DAVID 

51 Stark St. 
Plains, Pa. 18705 

GLENN, RICHARD 
5231 Oxford Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19124 

HOFFA, LARRY 

21 Main St. 
Stouchsburg, Pa. 19558 

HOHMAN, ROBERT 
350 Henry St. 
Hellertown, Pa. 18055 

HUNSBERGER, WILLIAM 

310 S. 4th Ave. 

North Wales, Pa. 19454 

JOHNSON, RAYNARD 

5100NavahoeSt. 

College Park, Maryland 20740 

KALNAJS, JURIS 
501 Privet Road 
Horsham, Pa. 19044 

KELLY PHILLIP 
3562 New Queen St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19129 

KEOWN, RICHARD 

R.D.#1 

Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

KITTLES, BRUCE 

2416 Stanley St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19132 

LANCASTER, JOHN 
1700 Street Road, Apt. N-10 
Warrington, Pa. 18926 

LEHMAN, ALAN 
6552 Cottage St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19135 

MOOREHEAD, MARTIN 

208 Summit Ave. 

Fort Washington, Pa. 19034 

O'BRIEN, DENNIS 
315 Steele Road 
Feasterville, Pa. 19047 

POLINSKY, ROBERT 
217 E. Ridge Road 
Lansford, Pa. 18232 

PRENTICE. STEPHEN 
Box 37 Colonial Park 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

PYLE, THOMAS 
617 N. Broad St. 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 



QUICK, JONATHAN 
403 Park Ave. 
Collingswood, N.J. 08108 

REPETTI, PAUL 
220 Laurel Place 
Neptune, N.J. 07753 

RUSS, JOSEPH 
731 Cedarbrook Road 
Somerville, N.J. 18876 

SCHMIDT, RONALD 
41 Winchester Road 
Livingston, N.J. 07039 

SIMONS, GERALD 
Hilltown Pike 
Hilltown, Pa. 18927 

SIKINA, JOHN 
134 Glen Drive, 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

WITMER, rVAN 
1524 Harris Lane 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

ZENKO, STEPHEN 
365 W. Ridge St. 
Lansford, Pa. 18232 

CHEMISTRY 

ANDRUS, JAMES 

R.D.#1 

Milan, Pa. 18831 

BOOTH, RICHARD 
696 Holland Road 
Holland, Pa. 18966 

BURKHARD, DONALD 
961 E. Woodland Ave. 
Springfield, Pa. 19064 

DeFILLIPO, KENNETH 

5 Wilson Ave. 

North Plainfield, N.J. 07060 

HELFRICH, JOHN 
126 Phillip St. 
Feasterville, Pa. 19047 

McCARTER, GEORGE 
2014 Ford Road 
Bristol, Pa. 19007 

PIZNIK, MARK 
1598 Deer Hollow Road 
Toms River, N.J. 08753 

SAUERS, RICHARD 
46 Farmbrook Drive 
Levittown, Pa. 19055 

TIMKO, ANDREW 
36 Mercer St. 
Plains, Pa. 18705 

VAN AKIN, ROBERT 
131 Upper State St. 
Chalfont, Pa. 18914 

DAIRY HUSBANDRY 

BENNETT, DALE 
Rushville, Pa. 18839 



BERRY, JAMES 
2410 Maple Ave. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15241 

BRAY, JOHN 
R.D.#4 

Linglestown, Pa. 17112 

BROWN, GARTH 

R.D.#1 

Spring Mills, Pa. 16875 

COBB, TY 

R.D.#1 

Wyalusing, Pa. 18852 

HAINES, WILLIAM 
Cross Keys Road 
Hurffville, N.J. 



HUGHES, RICHARD 
R.D.#5, Box 34 
Newton, N.J. 07860 

JENNINGS, RONALD 

R.D.#1 

New Milford, Pa. 18834 

LaBRUZZO, GINO 

R.D.#1 

Bloomingburg, N.J. 12721 

LOWENSTEINER, MARVIN 
22 Fairfield Drive 
Morristown, N.J. 07960 

RIFE, HAROLD 

R.R.#7 

Chambersburg, Pa. 17201 

STAINBROOK, BRUCE 

R.D.#3 

Meadville, Pa. 16335 

THROWER, KENT 

R.D.#1 

Saxonburg, Pa. 18705 

WILKINSON, THOMAS 
Broad Run Road 
Landenburg, Pa. 19350 

YOUNG, WILLIAM 
43 Hillside Ave. 
Midland Park, N.J. 07432 

FOOD INDUSTRY 

BAUER, JOSEPH 

146 S. Shady Retreat Road 

Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

CHRISTENSEN, DONALD 
57-B Somerset Court 
Bound Brook, N.J. 08863 

DREYFUSS, WILLIAM 
450 Woodcock Lane 
Feasterville, Pa. 19047 

HINES, THOMAS 
105 Gravel Hill Road 
Huntington Valley, Pa. 19006 

HUBLER, RICHARD 
620 Hill Road 
Wernersville, Pa. 19565 



KING, JOHN 

R.D.#1, Sandy Hill Road 

Valencia, Pa. 16059 

KRAMER, MARK 

R.D.#3 

Clearfield, Pa. 16830 

McELROY, DANIEL 
843 N. Holly St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104 

NESLANIK, PAUL 
153 Auriles Road 
Duquesne, Pa. 15110 

SHEA, DENNIS 
2560 S.Carroll St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19142 

SMOLYN, WALTER 
401 Hussa St. 
Linden, N.J. 07036 

STEELMAN, ANDREW 
60 Mercer Ave. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

STOLL, JOSEPH 
615 Cornwall Road 
Sewell, N.J. 



STOUT, JOSEPH 
New Galena Road 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

TURPIN, RODNEY 

3 Eaton St. 
Pennsville, N.J. 08070 

VIBBERT, BRUCE 
Walter Road 
Chalfont, Pa. 18914 

WEBB, GARY 
R.D.#lBox683 
Chester, N.J. 07930 

WINDSOR, DAVID 

7833 Wynbrook Road 
Baltimore, Md. 21224 

WISCHHUSEN, ROBERT 
4110 Fountain Green Road 
Lafayette Hill, Pa. 19444 

HORTICULTURE 

ALLISON, DONALD 

21 Cedar St. 

Pompton Lakes, N.J. 07442 

BARROW, JAMES 
1617 Lynnwood Road 
Havertown, Pa. 19083 

CORDREY, THOMAS 

9 Cedar Dr. 

New Britain, Pa. 18901 

CUSTER, MICHAEL 
409 Winner Road 
Hatboro, Pa. 19040 

DeCLEMMENT, RONALD 
701 Somerdale Road 
Cherry Hill, N.J. 08034 



DERR, DENNIS 
508 Spring Garden St. 
Pottsville, Pa. 17091 

DOYLE, JAMES 
3604 Kramer St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17109 

FALKENBURG, WILLIAM 
Columbia, N.J. 07832 

FOOTE, JAMES 

309 First St. 

Boiling Springs, Pa. 17007 

GOOD, RONALD 
131 Main St. 
Chalfront, Pa. 18914 

LEE, ABBOTT 
Chatsworth, N.J. 08019 

LEIGHTON, LYLE 
2021 Sproul Road 
Broomall, Pa. 19008 

LESSER, JAMES 
519 Cherry Lane 
Johnstown, Pa. 15904 

McANALL, DENNIS 

R.D.#1 

Berwick, Pa. 18603 

NOWAK, EUGENE 

8 Arthur Lane 

White Plains, N.Y. 10603 

SAMULIS, RAYMOND 
222 Adams Road 
Barrington, N.J. 08007 

SMITH, JOSEPH 
Fish Pond Road 
SewellR.D.#3, N.J. 



WERST, JEFFREY 
71PeddrickRoad 
Wayne, Pa. 19087 

WISE, DONALD 
12 Farrview Ave. 
Leola, Pa. 17540 

ZANECOSKY, GARY 
1525 Hampton Lane 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



BONE, GARY 

20 Woodmont Road 

Pine Brook, N.J. 07058 

BUCK, JAMES 
Bunting Ave. 
Burlington, N.J. 08016 

CHAMBERS, ALAN 
3 N.Hood Ave. 
Audubon, N.J. 08106 

CUMMINS, GEORGE 

Box 4 

Vienna, N.J. 07880 

CURTIN, WARREN 
61 Green Valley Drive 
Warren, N.J. 08805 

CZAHOR, KENNETH 
888 Country Club Road 
Somerville, N.J. 08876 

DAVIS, BARRY 

Box 36 

Collegeville, Pa. 19426 

DELP, RONALD 

2746 Stan wood Lane 
Cornwells, Pa. 19020 

DILLON, LAWRENCE 
20 Plant Ave. 
Hudson, Mass. 01749 

DVORAK, VINCENT 
32 Pine Brook Drive 
Toms River, N.J. 08753 

FITEZ. ROBERT 

Box 375 

Faitfield, Pa. 17320 

GLABAU, ROBERT 

94 Griswold St. 

New Britain, Conn. 06052 

KASPARIUNAS, ANTHONY 
415 Magie Ave. 
Elizabeth, N.J. 07208 

KIPPHUT, DAVID 
3318 Rhawm St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19136 

KRATZ, NEIL 

12 Highland Terrace 

Wayne, N.J. 07470 



PETTINATO, PAUL 
11 S.Suffolk Ave. 
Ventnor, N.J. 08406 

QUIGLEY, STEPHEN 

1223 Highland Ave. 

Fort Washington, Pa. 19034 

REHM, RICHARD 
50 Elm Lane 
Shrewsbury, N.J. 07701 

ROWE, H. JOHN 
114 Brookside Road 
Hershey, Pa. 17033 

SANTA, MICHAEL 
461 Spring Vallev Road 
West Mifflin, Pa. 15122 

SLOOK, ALAN 
Route* 38 
Moorestown, N.J. 08057 

SUSTAK, DAVID 

874 Sofield Ave. 

Perth Amboy, N.J. 08861 

THOMAS, DAVID 
11 Riverdale Road 
Yardley, Pa. 19067 

TREXLER, JOHN 
132 County Road 
Barrington, R.I. 02806 

TURNER, WILLIAM 
41 Birchwood Knoll 
Trenton, N.J. 



WEBER, ROBERT 
5714 Crittenden St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19138 

WEISSER, MARK 
846 Hallowell Dr. 
Huntington Valley, Pa. 19006 



BASHNICK, DAVID 
2961 Lycoming Creek Road 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

BAYLOR, CRAIG 
R.D. 

Annandale, N.J. 08801 



KUCHAREWSKI, DENNIS 
2 Clemson Road 
Parlin, N.J. 08859 

LOGAN, EDWARD 
318 Grange Hall Road 
Dayton, Ohio 45430 



BEST, BARRY 
148 Lewis St. 
Phillipsburg, N.J. 



MORAN, DENNIS 
522 Overlook Road 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 



BEUTEL, J. ROBERT 
18 Willis Ave. 
Cresskill, N.J. 07626 



PERRY, DOUGLAS 
Store Road, Box 239 
Skippack, Pa. 19474 



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Doylestown, Pennsylvania 



S & H Green Stamps 



Repairs 



SERVICE STATION 

W. E. Smith Prop. 354-9817 



Congratulations Seniors 



YOU'RE ALWAYS 
NUMBER ONE AT 




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MEMBER F D I C 



Monument Square 
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 



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IN HARMONV XX/ITH 

theCLASop1973 




rater's electric service inc. 

33 UNION STREET. DOYLESTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA • 



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Compliments 
Of 

MODERN DRYCLEANERS 

Doylestown, Pa. 



PHILADELPHIA 
NATIONAL BANK 

Chal-Brit Plaza 
New Britain, Penna. 



TYSON MUSIC 

331 N. Main St. 
Doylestown, Penna. 



CHALFONT 

PHARMACY, 

INC. 

Rt. 202 and Moyer Road 
Chalfont, Penna. 



CHALFONT 
HARDWARE 

Rt. 202 and Moyer Road 
Chalfont, Penna. 



GOOD LUCK 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

To The Class Of 1973 

FROM 

THE AGRONOMY CLUB 

"Agronomists, Men Of The Earth" 



Best Wishes Seniors 

JOSEPH H. KERSHNER 
PHARMACIST 

Doylestown, Pennsylvania 



Congratulations 

Class Of '73 

From 

DOYLESTOWN KEY 
BOWLING CENTER 

Doylestown Center 



ROGER W. KRAUT 

Jewler 





29-31 W. State St. 

Doylestown 

Penna. 18901 

348-4884 



DOYLESTOWN 
FEDERAL 

SAVINGS 

AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATION 

60 North Main 
Street • Doylestown, 
Pennsylvania 18901 



CARR'S FURNITURE 
STORE 

262 S. Main Street 
Doylestown, Penna. 



DAILY 
INTELLIGENCER 

333 N. Broad St. 

Doylestown 

Pennsylvania 

18901 



Good Luck Seniors 
from 

FIRST PENNSYLVANIA 
BANK 



379 North Main Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 

Tel: 355-6760 



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SPRY AGENCY 
TYPEWRITERS 

15 W. Oakland Ave. 
Doylestown, Penna. 



PROVIDENT BOOKSTORE 



School Supplies 

Dictionaries Drafting Supplies 

Book Ordering Service 

110 Chapman Lane 348-5804 

Next to Doylestown Shopping Center 




PHONE: 348-5058 



CONTEMPORARY CORNER CARD & GIFT SHOP 



Distinctive Gifts - Greeting Cards 



Chal - Brit Plaza 
WILLIAM J. KEMNER Rt. 202, New Britain. Pa. 18901 




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KfEPINO 
IN TIME. 
WITR THE 



DAIRY SOCIETY 



Extends 
Best Wishes 

To The 
Class Of 1973 



Compliments 
Of 

DELTA TAU ALPHA 
AGRICULTURAL HONOR SOCIETY 



SMITH MARINE 

573 E. Butler Ave. 
New Britain, Penna. 



CLEMENS CLEANERS 
INC. 

Chal-Brit Plaza 
New Britain, Penna. 



iA ^ Ornamenlal 
Jiorticuliure 




SHIVES HARDWARE 
AND GIFTS 

Main And State St. 

19 N. Main St. 
Doylestown, Penna. 



RUDOLPH'S ARMY 

AND NAVY 

Main And Oakland 
Doylestown, Penna. 




"QUALITY' 

Try It You'll Like It 



Ko-Ka-Le-Ko Egg Ranch 

DENVER. R.D. 2, PA. 
17517 

Phone 

215 267 7120 




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"memory is when you look back and the an- 
swers float in to who, what, when, and 
where . . . " 

Carl Sandburg 

. . . may these past four years be such 
memories. 



BEST OF LUCK 
CLASS OF 1975 



"Thanks To" 

JEAN SARDOU STUDIO 

Strawbridge and Clothier 
Neshaminy Mall, Pa. 

Photographers for the 1973 Yearbook 



'A BUNCH OF BLOOMIN' LUCK" 




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DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 




' Checking Accounts 

■ 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 



industrial Valley Bank 

and Trull Company 

Member FDIC 



RUTHERFORD CAMERAS 


KENNY'S NEWS AGENCY 




& BOOKSTORE 


Film Processing 




By Kodak 


Can we help? 




More than 25,000 books. 


48 Hour Service On Slides 




And Movies 


Kenny's News Agency & Bookstore 


Milton Rutherford 


17 West State Street 


23 W. State St. Doylestown, PA. 


Doylestown, Pa. 


FRED SMITH 


GOOD 




RUDOLPH'S 


ORCHARDS 


LUCK 


NYCES SHOE STORE 


APPALACHIAN 


Fish Pond Road 




West and State Sts. 


TRAIL OUTFITTERS 


Sewell, N.J. 08080 


SENIORS 


Doylestown, Penna. 


Doylestown, Penna. 


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SOCIETY 


Miley Detective Agency, Inc. 


NO. 4 TODAY 


Miley Protective Alarms, Inc. 




Miley Security Services, Inc. 


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West Point Pike, West Point, Pa. 19486 
973 Bristol Pike, Colonial Plaza, Andalusia, Pa. 




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STATE and MAIN STREETS 




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BUCKS COUNTY BANK 
AND TRUST CO. 



Extends Best Wishes To 
The Class Of 1973 



Bucks Co. Bank and Trust Co. 

Chalfont 

Penna. 18914 



CONGRATULATIONS FROM 
ARTHUR POLEY '54 

POLEY LANDSCAPE CO 




DESIGNERS — ENGINEERS 

RESIDENTIAL — COMMERCIAL 

INDUSTRIAL 

Os 5-0300 Horsham, PA. 



Our thanks to all of those who gave their 
time and energy in preparing this copy of 
the Cornucopia. We hope that in the future 
it will serve you as a fond memory of your 
college days, and now in closing, we wish all 
of our fellow classmates all the success and 
happiness in the years ahead. 

1973 Cornucopia Staff 



THE STUDENT STORE 



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SCHOOL SUPPLIES CARDS 

EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT 

SEGAL HALL BASEMENT 




A Service for Everyone in the 

COMMUNITY 



Community 
Federal Savings 

and Loan Association 



of Phi!ade!phi< 



195 E. Butler Ave. At Moyer Rd. (Rt. 202) 
Phone 822-1188 

CONVENIENT OFFICES IN THE DELAWARE VALLEY 

AREA 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

A FRIEND 



ALUMNI HONOR ROLL 



Raymond W. Gotthardt '71 

Howard C. Anderson III 70 

Herman Silverman '40 

Thomas L. Martin '72 

Herbert Levin 

James C. Thomas 

George W. VanDernoot '33 

James E. Hazelton '66 

Jack Gurewitz '44 

Harold Bloom '28 

Allan H. Blitz '28 

Stan Dacko 

Rod Tunick '28 

Gabriel Roseman '38 

Jack Malkin '23 

Bob Catherwood 

Michael Sampson '13 

Nate Moser '32 

Stanley L. Edelmon '32 

Henry Fairstone '23 

Fred H. Weigle '14 

Peter Matcovich 

Jack B. Turan '29 

Joe Kuhta 

Wayne B. Knerr '72 

Herman J. Finfer '29 

Tobi Goldoftas '44 

Jim Powell '33 

Theodore Bowers '17 

Julius Schulze '17 

Cowboy I. Cohen '28 

J. Edward Seipp 

Abe Aaronson 

Dr. M. Peter Hoffman 

David Benner '67 

Joe Berman '24 

Burton L. Klein '24 

Gerald P. McMahon 

Herbert M. Meyers 

Michael Dale '69 

Arthur Apple '21 

Harry Weissman '29 

Albert W. Hoguet Jr. 

Myron J. Nickman '39 

WWayne R. Moreton '64 

Nurserymen's Exchange Inc. 

Mike Cohien '25 

Irwin Klein 

M. Elizabeth Maddock '70 

Isidore Dagan '34 

Harry Krauss '21 

Charles Abrams '16 

Fred Armbruster '62 

Joe Jolof '39 

Samuel Erde '17 

Henry Blume '14 

H. Ralph Lovett '33 

Vincent J. Zaccheo Jr. 

Max Burger 

Dr. Pinya Cohen '57 

Martin M. Cohien '25 

Dave Washko '67 

James H. Williamson III '71 

Pete Herman '23 

Julius 'Chief Ulman '15 



Israel Pitt 

S. Bruno Brunwasser '20 

Nick Lulka 

Thomas W. Garton Jr. 

Paul Rabinowitz '30 

Barry R. Blithe '68 

Curtis W. Loser '43 

Louis D. Rummel '26 

Archie Nedelman 

George E. Aldman '18 

Albert Zarow 

Martin Sloane '32 

Leo Perkes '38 

Dr. Arthue Brown 

Israel Wallman '09 

Robert K. Rubin 

Jacob Rosenthal '27 

Bernard Gayman '31 

J. B. McCoolJr. '18 

Charles Toland 

Anthony M. Spinelli Jr. '65 

Frank Wolfe 

Abe and Diane Cohen 

Norman Lewis '24 

Richard K. Merritt '72 

Sally and Max King Steinberg '28 

William B. Welling Jr. '65 

Mucho Caliente Perri 

Peter S. Fuller 

Samuel Rosenberg '13 

Edward T. Furman '68 

Mark W. McPeak 

Louis Nison '35 

Kent D. Thrower 

Wm/ James Burns Sr. '33 

Richard D. Swackhamer '62 

Luther V. Shaer '36 

Dr. Ronald H. Dalrymple 

Dr. Sidney J. Michael 

Nathan Gollob '17 

Lewis I. Fox '22 

Theodore R. Waring '33 

Joseph B. Predpelski 

Edward Carlton Angell 

Russell W. Broadbent '30 

Dennis S. Gural '65 

Alexander S. Silver '27 

Harry M. Harris '28 

Samuel Kwass '38 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Happ 

Albert Zolotor '27 

Jack Abrams '23 

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hayes Jr. 

I. Saul Ozlek 

Richard Raben '44 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G. Siegel '58 

Beryl Harrison '13 

Harry Krisher '22 

Robert S. Orr 

Haold C.Hart 

Donald L. Peifer 

William Fox 

Walter J. Groman 

Michael Sher '26 



PARENT PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Holman Bryant 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Sauers 
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaylord 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Duane 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Fish 
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Glabau 
Mr. Charles E. Lapp Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Kabat 
Mrs. Ruth L. Einhorn 
Mrr. and Mrs. Glenn Y. Kindig 
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Russ 
James and Florence Wood Sr. 
Mr. Roland C. Delorme 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Pettinato 
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt T. Zintner 
Mr. and Mrs. William Nestel 
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley LaBaugh 
Mr. Leroy Milstein 
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Searock 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Molitores 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Shelly 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Kipphut 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. McKoy 
Mr. and Mrs. Gus G. Niedweske 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rothenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fallon 
Mr. and Mrs. John Ray Doyle 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Grant 
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Yurkanin Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Toretta 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Mullarkey 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Claypoole Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Weisser 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McAnall 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Butterworth Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Don Burkard 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fallenstein Jr. 
Mrs. Lelia M. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Logan 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Samulis 
Mr. and Mrs. Lester G. Franklin 
M. and Mrs. Theodore F. Harrington 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Dillon Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Dvorak III 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prentice 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Van Vleck 
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Berry 
Mrs. Rose Marie Ward 
Mr. Martin W. Hofmann 
Mr. James T. Barrow 
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keller 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. Hafner 
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon J. Leininger 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Peterson 
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Schmidt Jr. 
Mr. Frank J. Lopp 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Seibert 
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lowensteiner 
Mr. ad Mrs. Willis Flickinger 
John and Jane T. Haydu 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Flocco 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. DeFillipo 



Mr. and Mrs. John W. Higgins Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Linford Blake 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Buck 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fretz 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richards 

Mr. John H. Baugher 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert A. DelPino 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Setta 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Segan 

Mr. and Mrs. Urban Weaver 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Bennett 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wood 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Patrick 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Thrower 

Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Andrus 

Mr. and Mrs. Kazys Kaspariunas 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Bonnice Sr. 

Dr. Robert C.G.Stanley 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mozer 

Mr. and Mrs. George Bechtel 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Fulcoly Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Koenig 

Mr. William A. Lentz 

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Driesens 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Allison 

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Nichols 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ries Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Ridgway 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Pascucci 

Mr. and Mrs. John Murdoch 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hunt 

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Laudenslayer 

Mr. and Mrs. Mervin C. Werst 

Mrs. Mary Zanecosky 

Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Chagniot 

Mr. nd Mrs. Harold E. Rife 

Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Cook 

Mr. and Mrs Joseph Dilks 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Baum 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Loughlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward D. Lubin 

Dr. and Mrs. James H. Lee Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Norwwod Peters 

Mrs. Otto J. Nowak 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blundo 

Tom and Betty Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd S. Graeff 

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fantuzzi 

Stephen and Mildred Salahub 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Linke 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Coy W. Strait 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cantaluppi Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kopacz 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Wollmann 

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Turner Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fink 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthonv Mazzocchi 



Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Giala 

Mr. and Mrs. George Schwartz Jr. 

A. and J. Lindsav 

Mr. H. E. Beers 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Staub 

Mr. and Mrs. George Powell 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mowery 

Mr. and Mrs. Carol M. Henne 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen V. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. McWilliams 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cope 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Pyle 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Simons 

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lohin 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren H. Turpin Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Finnance 

Mr. John I. Gaskill 

Mr. and Mrs Thomas Harzula 

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman W. Leigh ton 

Mr. and Mrs. William Windsor 

Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln H. Colby 

Mr. and Mrs. William Weiss 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert L. Kratz 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Repetti 

Mr. and Mrs. Wharton Hirst 

Mr. and Mrs. Aleck T. Kahn 

Mr. and Mrs T. Bruce Gemmill 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Simone 

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Geltz 

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Rehm 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Salber 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Hepner Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Deitrich 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Holtzman 

Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Yarborough 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Vernon Flammer 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Saylock 

Mr. and Mrs. Lyford A. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Roman Gerken 

Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Cassidy 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baylor 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bryner 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Leighton 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Bodnarchuk 

Mr. George W. Cummins 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gardner 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christensen 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Stewat 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Dumas 

Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Keesler 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Repair 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bowman 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Michener 

Mrs. Elinor Lanspery 

Ed and Estella Hilton 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Thiel 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McCurdy 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Petters Sr. 

Mrs. Evelyn Porter 

Mr. and Mrs. Byron P. Reilly