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JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF MEMORIAL 




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The wind blew, the night was calling. 
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I'm so glad to see you my friend. 
You're like a rainbow comin' well, it sets my heart free. 

I'd like to be as good a friend to you as you are to me. 






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There were friends who could always see me; 
Thru the haze, their smile would reach me. 
Saying OK. saying good-bye. saying hello. 




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I used to think it was only me feeling alone, 
Not feeling free to be alive, to be a friend. 

Now I know we all have stormy weather. 
The sun shines through and we're together 

I'll be your friend right through 'til the end. 

Judy Collins 



I hope the day will be a lighter highway 
For friends are found on every road. 

Can you ever think of any better way 
For the lost and weary travelers to go? 







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^THOUT YOU 
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It seems to me a crime that we should age; 

These fragile times should never slip us by. 
A time you never can or shall erase. 

As friends together watch their childhood fly. 



27 YEARS OF DEDICATION 
JAMES WORK 

COACH, PRESIDENT, CHANCELLOR 







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Dedication of Mandell Science Building. 






Dr. and Mrs. James Worli 1973. 





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Dr. Jesse Elson 
To t he Members of t he Class of 1974: 



I appreciate your kindness in dedicating the 1974 Cornucopia to me for the yearbook will be of great value to you. As 
you will have occasion to open it. say in the 21st century (pray that you all do), it will take you nostalgically back to your 
formative years at this college. Then you will be able to fully appreciate the time invested in your college education and 
to realize the many dividends it yielded. Chief among these will be the satisfaction that comes with intellectual accom- 
plishment. Now that you learned the basic principles of the educative process, continue to educate yourselves, so that 
you will not be in the position of an early president of the United States who declined an honorary degree because he felt 
that "No man should, in my judgment, accept a degree he cannot read." 

I wish for you all a cornucopia — an abundance of happiness and success. 




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ADMINISTRATION FACULTY 




Board of Trustees 





Winton Tolles 

Acting President 

Dean of Liberal Educatii 



Joshua Feldstein 

Dean 

Chairman, Division of Plant Science 





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fa^lizabeth A. Evans 
Administrative Aid 
Asst. Secretarv 



Joan Holt 

Secretarv to Dr. Tolles, Dr. Feldslein and Mr. Adelson. 




Jean H. Work 

Administrative Assistant and 
Business Manager 





Willette Gourley 
Office nf the F'resident 








Doren DeJulio 
Receptionist 



Joseph E. Fulcoly 

Dir. of Student Counseling Services 





Steno Pool 




Clara DeCoursey 
Purchasing Agent 




La Vema Coulton 
Switchborad 





Elmer Reiter Jr., Comptroller 
Asst. Treasurer 





Robert McClelland 

Director of Placement And Public Relations. 




Joan Gomeringer 

Secretar>- to Mr. McClelland And Mr. Hegyes. 




Peggy Lampe 

Secretary to Mr. Ghering. 




Louis L. Hegyes 

Director of Alumni Affairs And Sports Information. 




Boyd Ghering 

Chairman, Evening And Summer School. 



Evelynn Porter, Adviser to Women 

Asst. Dir. of Student Activities And Asst. to the Registrar. 






Robert J. Tasker 

Director of Student Activities 



Gloria Faaet 
Secretary to Mr. Tasker 




Shirley Finnie 
Secretary to 
Mr. Sitarski 




Phyllis Stille 

Secret arv to Admissions 




Robert Sauer 

Director of Financial Aid 

Adviser to 1974 Cornucopia 




Brent Franklin 
Admissions Councelor 



Lucinda Miller 
Secretary to Admissions 





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Linda E. Evans 
Housemother 
Admissions Counselor 





MUdredB. Gulick 
Housemother 



H. William Graver 
Director of Admissions 



Stephen W. Zenko 
Admissions Counselor 



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Barry Synder 
Admissions Counselor 




GENERAL STUDIES 




Sally Smith 
Instructor in English 




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Edward O'Brien 

Instructor in General Studies 




Dr. George Keys 

Chairman, General Studies Division 




William Craig 
Instructor in English 



Edward J. Rogers 
Instructor in General Studies 




Richard Ziemer 

Assistant Professor of General Studies 




Edwin C. Lawrence 
Instructor in General Studies 




Edward T.Gavin 
Instructor in General Studies 



Peter Glick 

Professor of General Studies 




Gordon R. Roberts 
Instructor in General Studies 





Robert Fitt 
Instructor in Music 




Joann Roberts 
Instructor in Music 




James O'Reilly 
Instructor in Art 



SPECIAL 
STUDIES 



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Michael Tabachnick 
Assistant Professor of Physics 




Theodore Christie, Jr. 

Assistant Professor in Mathematics 




MATH AND PHYSICS 




Francis Hofstaedter 

Associate Professor in Physics and Mathematics 




James Popham 

Associate Professor in Mathematics 



Paul D. Trembeth 
Instructor of Mathematics 



LIBRARY 
STAFF 



Librarians 




Center: Carolyn Milheim 
Head Librarian 




POULTRY 

DIAGNOSTIC 

LABORATORY 



L Howard Kahan 

Associate Professor of Poultry Pathology 





Claudi Cornell 
College Nurse 



INFIRMARY 



Elizabeth Potts 
College Nurse 



Dr. Richard Schumacher 
College Physician 





Edna Ney 

Secretary to Poultry Laboratory 



Charles Conover 

Senior Bacteriologist Instructor in Poultry Pathology . 




Linda PudKelt 

Instructor in Physical EducatKin 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 




John Silan 

Chairman. Division of Health Services, 

Physical Education and Athletics 




W. Mark Stephenson 

Instructor in Physical Education. 




Dorothy KoUinger 
Secretary to Mr. Silan 




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Ned A. Linta 

Instructor in Physical Education 






Joel Brown 

Instructor in Physical Education 



James Wickersham 
Instructor in Phvsical 




Thomas D. Shreiner 

Instructor in Physical Education 




John Hardy 

Instructor in Physical Education 




Frank F. Wolfgang 

Instructor in Physical Education 




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Supenisor of Housekeeping 



Joseph Troxell 
Maintenance 



Leon Nelson 
Receiving 



CAMPUS STAFF 





Heinz Keunecke 
Supervisor of Construction 
and Repair Contracts 







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there are those who love it." 

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A-DAY 
COMMITTEE 



Dr. Mertz — Adviser. Rick Haberacker — Ass't. Treas.. Jim Scott — Ass't. Chrm., 
Cathv Thomas — Chrm . 







ROW 1: Ray Schaeffer, Tim Whitson, Dave Charrier. ROW 2: Kathy Thomas, Rich Osman, Roy Baldwin. Preston Wilkerson, 
Tom Newell. Terry Stem, Dayle Berger. Gayle Berger. Patty Hilton. Dave Longenecker. Walt Hopkins, John Salahub. Kathy Ri- 
golizzo. Trent Silker, Jim Scott. ROW 3 Dr. Mertz — Adviser. Rick Haberacker. Mark Saunders. John Quinn, Mark Cole, Steve 
Csorgo, Larry Wallach, EUliot Weiss, John Gaskill, Ken Grube, Chuck Moose, Jeff Bowan, Jeff Dilkes, Ray Blew. 






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fiOW i Jack Skwara, Angelo Petraglia, Greg Fantuzzi, Rich Ra- 
thjens, Jeff Bowman, Bob Dyson, Ruth Arbelo — Sec, Larry Toll, 
Jeff Piscitelli, Mike Wasylkewicz — Treas., Paul Beers — Pres. 



AGRONOMY 
CLUB 




Paul Thomas, Jay Beckas, Walt Hupkins, John RigoUizo, Terry Stem, Tom Newell, Jack Ford, Jim 
Holtzman, Bob Regester, Parvin Richards, Chris Wolfe, Russ Licciardello. 




APO 



OFFICERS — ROW 1 - Walt Hopkins — Sec., Jack 
Ford — Sgt. At Arms. RUW 2 — Terry Stein — The 
Historian And Bookstore Manager, Chris Wolfe — 
Pres., Parvin Richards — V.P. 



APIARY 



But When Was Ever Honey Made With One Bee 
In A Hive? Hood 



SOCIETY 






Rich Osman — Sec, Dave Sverduc — Pres., Dr. fi^ 

Berthold — Adviser, Elliot Weiss — Treas., Steve 
Csorgo — Sgt. At Arms. 





Dave Sverduk, Dr. Berthold — Adviser, Jim Wood, Dale Moyer, Eileen Walsh, Steve Csorgo, Sandy Skolnik, Bridget Pitsko, Gary 
Seckinger, Rich Osman, Tom Wineman, Elliot Weiss, Steve Brown, Byron Reilly. 




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BLOCK 

AND 

BRIDLE 

CLUB 




ROW 1: Gai>- Woodruff, Dave Sverduk, Ed Engle, Frank Ali, Mary Lou Bowersock, Pat Doyle, Laura DiDonato, Rich Zeiders, Jay Witwer, Kim 
Cassel. Dayle Berger, Gayle Berger, April Grosjean, Cindy McDowell. ROW 2 Rusty Suher, Sonia Shaner. Tacy Smith, Bruce Milstein, Barb 
McDonald, Mary Anne Catino. Diane Cole, Cathy Cochlin, Sally Colby, John Rockafellow, Tom Bums, John Fleager, JoeThonus, Peggy Courtney, 
Craig Thatcher. KCnV. 3. Joan Hewett, Jane Zara, Andy Wilde, George Parker, Cliff Black, Ken Schauer, Don Duchai, Dave Lee. ROW 4: Jon Cas- 
sel, Ward Cassel, fJon Tourtman, Bruce Pratt, Glen Fahnstock, Donna Foley, Dave Miller, John Jacob, Cliff Jackson. 




Animals Are Such Agreeable Friends 
— They Ask No Questions They Pass 
No Criticisms. George Elliot 



MEMBERS OF THE LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM, ROW 1 - Joe Lalli, Debbie Cole- 
man, John Hauser. ROW 2 — A\ Weisgold, Randy Miller, Coach Gilbert, Tim Horn, Tim 
Paxon . 




OFFICERS - 
Al Weisgold - 



ROW I — A] Vorhauer — Publications, Laurie Sterling, — Sec., Dr. Pelle — Adviser, Gayle Berger — Treas. R0W2: 
A-Day Rep., Dave Sverduk — Program Chrm., Jay Fallon — Pres., Gary Woodruff — VP. 




HOW / Robert \'an Sciver, Carl Cantaluppi, Ron Durham, Ward Cassel, HOW 2: Dan Becker, Parvin Richards, Sonia Shaner, Pat 
Hilton, ROW 3: Mark Werkheiser, Cindy McDowell, George Mayo, Bruce Rawlings, Dave Richardson, Mark Cole, Jackie Kovacs. 




BAND 



ROW I: Ron Durham — V.P., Mark Cole — Treas., Patti Hilton 
Sec, Carl Cantaluppi — Pres. 




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BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 

CLUB 



OFFICERS — ROW !: Tom Zalasky — Pres.; R0W2: Terri Rutherford 
— Sec, Alex Saphos — ; ROW 3: John Delpino — Treas.; Matt Fricker — 
V.P.; Chuck Roller — Activities Coordinator. 



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ROW 1: Alex Spahos, Tom Zalasky, Matt Fricker, liTri Kuthertord, John iJelpin.., Rii[\' J Wayne (supa, Dante Pilion, Gary Ufrind.Ti, 
Rich Henne, Steve Przyuski; ROW 3: Larry Wolfe, Tim Whitson, Pat Mealia, Tom Gerard, Al Bumford, Ray Copozi, Gary Hunt, Staton 
Graeff, Phil Dilaberto, John Bernetski, Linda Morgan, Jim Reagal, Vince Mclntyre, Ken Watkins, Rich Weisel, Ed Vesey, Bob Horrocks, 
John Rafetto, Gary Stoudt, Chuck Roller, Mr. West. 




ROWl: BaiT>' Siroka, Pete Ference, Rich Osman, Jeff Gibson. R0W2: Ray Shaffer, John Gaskill, Jon Stein, Jack 
Facciolo, Dennis Manbeck, Rick Haberacker. 




CHEMISTRY 




Tom Delpizzo, Bruce Linke, Paul Karcewski, Larry Hepner, Craig Thather, Paul Beers, Russ Licairdello, John Quinn, Bob McCoy, Dave Sver- 
duk. Dr. Plummer — Adviser, Angelo Petraglia. 



DELTA 
TAU 
ALPHA 



GLEANER 



Jim Forsyth, Ana Simon, Ray Blew. 






CHORALE 



Mark Cole, Uave Delgado, Greg Keman, Harrv' Summer. 




ROW 1: John Salahub, Bob Ryan, Keith Maurer, Dave Miller, Phyllis Shaub, Mark Cole, Norman Finnance, Carol Coll, Donna Fol- 
ey. Barb Colflesh. Chris Main, April Grosjean, Bob Hirst, Joan Hewett, David Crooke, Steven Brown. ROW 2: Byron Reilly, Mar- 
ianne Knebles, Bridget Pitsko, Ray Davis, Alan Berger. John FloUand. Sue Kessler, Chuck Bojack, Karen Fry, Dave Charrier, Kathy 
Rigolizzo. Tim Whitson. Janet Parks, Patti Hilton, Ron Durham, Greg Keman. ROW 3: Dave Loser, Chuck Moose, Wilber Dreibel- 
bis, Tom Troy, Bob Miller, John Rockafellow, Guy Leighton, Harry Sumner. 




Guy Leighton — A-Day Rep., Chuck Bojack — Treas., Karen Fry — Sec, Dave Charrier — Pres., Tim Whitson — A-Day Rep., Sue Kessler 
— Ass't. Librarian, GregKeman — V.P., Bob Miller— Librarian. 




If Music Be The Food Of Love, Sing On, 
Sing On, Sing On. D'urfey 




Members Of Madrigal 




CONSERVATION 
SOCIETY 



OFFICERS — Harr>' Cressman — Publications, Keith Jordan — Sec. And Treas.. Ange- 
lo Petraglia — Pres., Brian Van Lenten — V.P., Dr. Mertz — Advisor. 



HOW 1. Paul Beers, Hrian Van Lenten, Bryan Bolehala, Greg Thiel, Frank Donnelly, Debbie Grant, Debbie Hamilton. Dr. Mertz — 
Advisor, ROW 2 Owen Maguire, Mark Muir, Keith Jordan, Steve Summer, Don Levitsky. Jim Miele. Frank Asaro, Kathy Thomas, 
Jane Zara, Harry Cressman, Joan Hewett, Tim Fox, Angelo Petraglia. 








Dave Lohin, Andv Apter, Tim Lansperv, Frank Asaro, Jim Holtzman — Treas., Bonni Levy — Sec, Kieth Jordan — Pres., Sandy Skolnik, Bob Reges- 
ter-V.P. 



We Work Day After Day, Not To Finish Things: But 
To Make The Future Better Because We Will 

Spend The Rest Of Our Lives There. Fettering 



CIRCLE K 





ROW 1 : Ben Snyder. Ken Morgan, Dr. Plummer — Adviser, Dave Crooke, Gayle Berger, Dayle Berger, Janice Waugh, Lewis Terrel, Cindy McDowell, 
Dave Longenecker. Wayne Johnson. Frank Doyle. Jay Chamberlin. Ken Grube, Chuck Moose, George Gross, Brad Winters. Dave Stull, Mike Toretta, 
Mike Cohen, Ron Hitchner, Bill Dietrich, Dave Ketner, Brad Smith, Jed Beshore, Steve Comman. Dave Rama. Cammy Wood. Tom Urban. R()W2: 
Dan Forcey, Blair Vurkanin, Doug Cope, Rick Homan. STA.\l)I.\'(i: Bob Morgan, Steve Mowry, Bob McCoy, Freeman Evans, John Grice, Dave 
Wiand. 



The Dew Was Falling Fast, The Stars 
Began To Blink; I Heard A Voice; It Said 
Drink Pretty Creature Drink. 

Woodsworth. 



MEMBERS OF THE LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM. 
Steve Mowry, John Grice. Freeman Evans. Bob Morgan. 
Bob McCoy, Coach McCaffree. 




DAIRY 
SOCIETY 





OFFICERS — Gayle Berger — A Day Rep., John Grice — Pres., Cammy Wood — Sec, Bob McCoy 
— Treas.. Jed Beshore — Pub., Dave Crooke — V.P. 



FUTURE 
FARMERS 

OF 
AMERICA 







ROW 1: Jay Witwer — V.P., Jim Scott — Treas.. Trent Sliker — Pres.. Sabrina Berman — Reporter, Jon Cassel — Sec, 
Lydia Berr>', Don Johnson, Joe Nawoc/.enski. Mr. Thirey — Advisor, ROW 2: John Salahub, Cliff Black. 



EQUINE 
CLUB 



"A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse! 

Shakespeare 



ROW I; Tacy Smith. Pat Doyle, ROW 2: April Grosjean, 
Nancy Henkel, ROW 3: Don Duchai, Audrey Mather, Jane 
Zara. 





Al Zimba, Ron Wilson, Kevin Musser. Rich Mey- 
ers, Dave Maks, Norm Reynolds, Norman 
Finnance. 



WEIGHT 

LIFTING 

CLUB 




RUW 1: Rich Meyers — Treas., Len Mahoney — V.P., Dave Maks — Pres., Ron Wilson — Sec. ROW 2: Kevin Musser, Norman Finnance, 
Norm Ryenolds, Win Cowgill, Dan O'Connel . 




KS'EELISG: James Forsyth, 
Dave Charrier, A-Day Rep. 
STAS'DIS'C April Grosjean. 
Jim Ray, Glenn Fahnestock, 
Pres., Mark Wilson, Sec- 
Treas., Harold Dambley. 



FOOD 

INDUSTRY 

CLUB 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 



"There is no love sincerer than 
the love of food ." Shaw 




Mr. Dommel — Adviser, Bob Weidman — V.P., Walt Hopkins, Dennis Eshelman — Pres., Ron Deering, Deb- 
bie Long, Doug Schaeffer, Kathy Rigolizzo — Sec. 




KARATE 
CLUB 



"The price of power is responsibility tor public good. 



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OFFICKHS — ROW I: Jerry Blundo, Jim Watkins, John Rigolizzo — A Day Rep., LAUDER Jeff 
Dilks — A Day Rep., Elliot Weiss — Sec. Tom Yohe — Treas., Rick Devinney — Pres. 



HORTICULTURE SOCIETY 



ROW 1 Frank Salantri. Bridget I'itsko. Russ Licciardello, Rick Barton, Ed .Strelko, Joe Solomon. ROW 2: GregStamm, Elliot Weiss, 
Bob Naylor, Steve Smith, Dale Mover, Rick Devinney, Leroy Ciaventa, John Rigolizzo, Sam Callie, Bill Moore, Brian Kahn. ROW 3: 
Carl Cantaluppi, Jerry Blundo. Joe Nawoczenski. Mark Wilson. Ray Blew. Judy Smith, Jim Watkins, Kathy Rigolizzo, Jeff Dilks, 
Rich Marino, Pd Johnson. RO W -1: Frank Asaro, Tom Yohe, Don Johnson . 





Robert McClelland — Advisor, Preston Wilkerson, Clevelang Goolsby, John Wilmer, Ronald Suber, Roy Baldwin, Kenneth Brockenbor- 
ough, Michael Landers, Gregory Keman, Wesley Russell. 



RAP 



OFFICERS — Preston Wilkerson — Pres., John Wilmer — Treas., Ronald Suber — Sec. 
Gregory Keman — V.P. 





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ROW I: Pat Hilton, Debbie Hamilton, Phyllis Shaub. Mark Saunders. Ron Durham, Jim Scott, Gary Seckinger, Joe France, Jim Wcwd. R(}W2: Bill 
Simon, Cheryl Smith, Bonni Levy. John Holland, Sue Keesler. Chuck Bojack. Tim Fox. Tom Wineman. Jim Watkins, Pete Thomas. Pete Wieliczki, 
Mark Cerres. Paul Karchewski. Doug Van Nuys. ROW 3 Bob Ryan. Bob Miller. Ed Copenhaver, Gregory Kernan. Guy Leighton. Ray Davis. Norman 
Finnance. John Quinn. Alan Berger. Mark Cole. Jeff Yeager. Dave Hunsinger. Ray Shipe. 



ORNAMENTAL 

HORTICULTURE 

SOCIETY 




"Tend the garden that you seeded 
Be a friend when a friend is needed 
. And you won't have to look the other way." 

4 Tops 




OFFICERS — Mark Saunders — Pres., Jim Watkins, Mark Cole — A-Day Rep., Bob MUler — Sec, John Quinn — V.P. 




SCIENCE SOCIETY 




ROW I: John Stein. Bob Lennahan, -lohn Craham, Dr. Orr — Advisor. HOW 2 Peter Ference, Jack Facciolo, Ray Shaffer, Dennis 
Manbeck. 



THE 
RAM 



"Ask how to live'.' Write, write, write 

anything; 

The world's a fine believing world, 

write news!" 

Fletcher 



Glenn Fahnestock — Photography, Keith Jordan 
— Co-editor, James Forsyth — Photography, 
Charles Jaquay — Advertisement . 








SCUBA 
CLUB 



ROW 1: Frank Denng, Cliff Weinstock, 
Jack Ford, Bob Gerbrich, Dan O'Connel. 
ROW 2: Joe Nawoczenski, Al Johnson. 
Dave Buist, Walt Hopkins, Bill Peterson, 
Howard Dambtey, Joe Lalli. 



SKI CLUB 



ROW 1: Glen Rush, Pat Wohlferth, Doug Miller, Alan Berger. ROW 2: Win Cowgill, Paul Karcewski, Doug Van Nuys, Mary Anne Knebels, 
Dr. Miller, Jim Szypula. 





Row I .leff Neichein. .John Dematteo. Jack Kacciolo, John Rigohzzn, Bruce Halt. HOW 2 April Grosjean, VVinCowgill, David Sushanic, Russ Licciar- 
dello, Gar>- Seckinger. Rusty Suher, Steve Cygan. Boh Linehan. John Steui, John Mann. Dennis Manheck, Dan Bender. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



OFFICERS — ROW/. 
John Rigolizzo — V.P., 
John Dematteo — 
Treas., Jack Facciolo 
- Pres. ROW 2. Bruce 
Pratt — Judge. Jeff 
Neichein — Sec. 





ROW 1: Steve Cygan, Gary Woodruff, Dave Sverduk, Bob Dyson, Walt Hopkins, Trent Sliker, Dave Charrier, John Rigolizzo, Bob Lenahan, Bob Mill- 
er. ROW 2 Mary Anne Catino, Tom Everett, Kathy Rigolizzo, Rick Osman. Mark Saunders. ROW 3: Cathy Cochlin, Carl Cantaluppi. ROW -4: Ron 
Durham, Keith Jordan. ROWS: Chris Wolf, Don Mattes. ROW 6: Jim Watkins, Glenn Fahnestock. 




INTERCLUB 
COUNCIL 



OFFICERS — Trent Sliker — Treas., Bob Miller — Rec. 
Sec, Rick Osman — Sec, John Rigolizzo — Pres. 



TENNIS CLUB 




Jim Szypula, Chuck BIwett, FUndy Evans, Jeff Yeager, Andy Wyld, Jane Zara, Cliff Weinstock, Debbie Grant, Donna Foley. 



SOCCER 
CLUB 




ROW 1: Steve Rhunke, Walt Hop- 
kins, Wayne Csupa, Steve Cygan, 
Glen Summers, Dave Anspach. 
ROW 2: Rick Rumpf, Mark Darrow, 
Bill Jaeger, Dale Mover, Pat Mealia. 









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VARSITY 
CLUB 



ROW 1: Jay Fallon, Joe Thonus, Skip Einhom, Dave Sverduk, Maureen Dwyer — Sec. ROW 2: Frank Wolfgang — Advi- 
sor, Rick Homan, Linda Morgan, Kathy Ruggiero. ROW 3: Joe Theesfield, Steve Shelly — Pres., Tim Manning, Bruce 
Pratt, Mark Wilson. 



VETERANS CLUB 



Edward Mc Cool, Bob Horrocks, Ken Watkins, Charlie Byrd, Al Bumford, John Raffeto, Terry Rutherford, Harry Cressman, John Delpino, Doug 
Smith. 





WAPO 



"See deep enough, and you 
see musically; the heart of 
nature being everywhere mu- 
sic, if you can only reach it ." 
Carl vie 





ROW 1: Tim Gardner, Rich Jenson. Gavin Gill, Bob Naylor, Barr>- Pistiner. ROW 2: Jackie Kovacs, Frank Ambrose, Pat Wohlferth, Janice 
Brown, Russ Licciardello. Ralph Sojber, Mark Muir, Linda Teresko. Row 3: Kent Bubenmoyer, Cleveland Goolsby, Sonia Shaner. ROW 4: 
Fred Kobylinski, Jean Hagan. Mary Ann Burbella. Jay Beckus. 




OFFICERS — Cathy Cochlin — V.P., Cheryl Smith — Sec, Debbie Ralston — Treas., Mary 
Anne Catino — Pres. 



WOMEN'S SERVICE CLUB 



"Most women have dropped their roll- 
ing pins and taken up clubs." 

Duncan 



ROW I: BonniI.evy, Debbie Ralston, Helen Dunbar, Pat Hilton. ROW 2: Cathy Cochlin. April Grosjean. Cheryl Smith, Betsy Claypoole, 
Carol Coll, Mary Anne Catino. 





CORNUCOPIA 



"A blessed companion is a book — a 
book that fitly chosen, is a lifelong 
friend, ... a book that, at a touch, 
pours its heart into our own." 

•Jerrold 



Dave Charrier and Norman Finnance — Co-editors 



Karen Fry and John Quinn — Senior Section 
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Debbie Ralston and Helen Dunbar — Sports 



Ray Davis — Activities 





(.'hervl Smilh and Hnnni Lew - ( uiDs 



Tim Whitson — Business Manager 




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'Manv hands make light work." 



Patten 




John Salahub — Underclassmen 



Phyllis Shaub — Opening Section 



ROW 1: Bonni Levy. Phyllis Shaub, Debbie Ralston, Helen Dunbar, Ray Davis. ROW 2: Cheryl Smith, John Salahub, Bob Ryan. 
John Quinn. ROW 3: Norman Finnance, Dave Charrier, Bob Miller, Tim Whitson, Karen Fry . 




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JOHN SILAN 
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 





Coach John Silan 



"Reason and calm judgment, the qualities 
specially belonging to a leader." 

Tacitus 



A MESSAGE TO THE ATHLETES OF THE 1974 GRADUATING CLASS 

Graduation is always a personal, memorable and highly significant event in your life and 
it testifies that you have completed the basic educational foundation and hopefully experi- 
enced a great deal of enrichment from your participation in athletics. Day by day you have 
honed your athletic skills through keen competition in practice and have been bestowed 
with the fundamental tools of life in the academic field to prepare you for a better social, 
economical future. 

Through athletics you may travel the road of life with more confidence and with high but 
realistic goals. Please remember that the opportunity for success will be enhanced if you 
apply your education and your commitment to excellence in athletics. 

Never in the nation's history has there been a greater need for individual strength, indi- 
vidual pride and wherewithal to stand up and be counted. Athletes develop a sense of loy- 
alty, dedication and dependability. Athletics serves as a vehicle for better things — physi- 
cal development, mental alertness, spiritual enrichment, sacrificing for others, control of 
oneself in times of stress, training oneself to be humble in victory and resilient in defeat. 
No one can do more than their best nor should no one expect less . 

We regret losing some fine young men that have added to the laurels of the Aggies and 
provided thrills for the Aggie followers. To these fine young student -athletes, we wish every 
success in every endeavor. 

Sport ingly yours, 



John Silan 
Director of Athletics 




1st ROW L TO R: Brian Kahn — Assistant Manager, Keith Alderfer. Larry Dell. Dennis Dumsha, Richard Koenig, Donald Capone — Co- 
Captain, Kevin Foster — Co-Captain, Jay Fallon, French Strother, Leroy Fetters, Thomas Smyth. Frank AH — Head Manager. 2nd ROW L 
TO R: Gregor\- Silenok, Fred Lackman, James Nugent, William Ward. Mark Belinsky, Charle.s Monteleone, Allan Bartlebaugh, Michael 
Ellis, Robert Fullcrton, James Schofield, Robert Evans. Fran Campbell, lird ROW L TO R: Jack Fallenstein. Jay .Stralo. Charles King, Mi- 
chael Rinaldi. Jude McKenna. Jeffrey Smith, Alfred Zimba, Theordore King. William Spicknall. Jeffrey Wiest, Dennis (iawronski, Walter 
Rybas. 4th ROW L TO R: Joseph Knoth, William O'Neill, Dennis Holt, Francis Jones, Ben Snyder, Leonard Mahoney, Drew Chupalio, 
Robert Nicholson, Jan Gauby, Thomas Byrnes, Erich Eisenhart. 5th ROW L TO R Bruce Hannon, Daniel Osborne, John Cummins, Mark 
Mehltretter. William Tucker. John Edwards. Edward Morris. Jon Barkman. Robert Simons. Patrick Steffa. Willie Debnan. 6th ROW L TO 
R: Louis Hegves — Sports Information Director. W. Mark Stephenson — Assistant Trainer. Ned Linta — Head Trainer. John Silan — Ath- 
letic Director, Thomas Shreiner — Head Coach, John Hardy — Assistant Coach, James Wickersham — Assistant Coach, Kenneth Achuff 
— Assistant Coach, Joel Brown — Assistant Coach . 




In the year 1973, the Aggies compiled a record of 4 wins— 3 
losses and 1 tie. The wins were over Albright, Lycoming, 
Upsala, and Susquehanna. The Aggies had a great season 
and were contenders for the MAC title. Through out the 
season, the team members fought hard and had the spirit 
that was needed to win. Although there are seniors graduat- 
ing this year, which will be missed, there is a great under- 
classmen line up for the upcoming seasons . 





The 1973 season 


DVC 


Moravian 


14 


14 


Muhlenberg 


35 


14 


Albright 


7 


13 


Lycoming 


7 


14 


Upsala 


16 


34 


Susquehanna 


14 


25 


Wilkes 


23 


7 


Juniata 


31 


6 



Coach Schreiner and Co-captains Kevin Foster and Don 
Capone. 




DON CAPONE 





LARRY DELL 





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FR£i\CH S'lTxOTHERS 



COLLECTED MEMORIES 
OF AN OUTSTANDING TEAM 




A day for toil 
An hour for sport 
But for a friend. 
Is life too short. 




This is a sport which makes 
the body's very liver curl 
with enjoyment. 

Mark Twain 




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as from my friend comes good: My 
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what I should. 

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L -R Ken Morgan. Dave Stull. Uenny Mossier, Bruce Pratt. Don Murphy. T.m Manning, Barr> Mossier Frank Dengg Dave Sver^ 
duk. ROW'2 - Dr. Berthold. Bob Miller, Bill Metzger. Rich Osman, Paul Bemet. Chuck M,K,se, Harold Dambly. Joe ( hezevic. Bill 
Conn. Bob Gehrig, Mark Wilson, Randy Nazar — Manager, Barb Novak — Manager. 




The 1973 Cross Country Team, coached by Robert "Doc" Berthold, complet- 
ed what must be considered one of its best overall seasons on record. The 
team had 9 wins against 2 losses, and its second place finish in the MAC 
championships was the best the team has ever done. 

The team was captained by senior Don Murphy, who inspite of various inju- 
ries still managed to finish third in scoring for the team. Don was voted the 
Most Valuable Harrier Award by his teammates in light of his leadership 
and performance over his four varsity years . 

There were also three other seniors who competed on the cross country team 
during their four collegiate years. Bruce Pratt was the second member of the 
team to finish in the championship race, and he received his fourth varsity 
letter in cross country. The other seniors were Dave Sverduk and Rich Os- 
man who received their senior awards. 

This year's team was led by freshman Dennis Hossler and his brother Barry 
(class '75). In his first year of collegiate competition, Dennis won every dual 
meet he ran, though an injury received during the championship race ham- 
pered his expected strong showing in that race. Barry was second highest 
scorer on the team, and he was the first Aggie across the finish line in the 
championships finishing 13th. 

Others who played key rolls in the 1973 season were Frank Dengg, '77; Tim 
Manning. '75; and Dave Stull, '77. 

The outlook for the 1974 season is mixed. The loss of four graduating seniors 
could be critical, but with the return of a strong nucleus of underclassmen 
including the Junior Varsity members who were the second college division 
team to finish in their respective championship race, 1974 will hopefully be 
another successful year for Aggie Cross Country . 



Dr. Berthold, Coach and Seniors 



"Friendship is seldom lasting, but between 
equals, or where the superiority on one side is 
reduced by some equivalent advantage on the 
other" Samuel Johnson. 





Season 


Record* 












DelVal 


Dickinson 


44 






19 


Muhlenberg 


40 






19 


Ursinus 


26 






30 


Albright 


15 






50 


PhUi Textile 


17 






43 


WiJkes 


15 






48 


Lebanon Valley 


44 






16 


Juniata 


34 






21 


Weidner 


15 






50 


F&M 


43 






18 


Susquehanna 


37 






20 


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CROSS COUNTRY 
SENIORS '74 




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can run. 

Young 





Then came the wild weather 
come sleet or snow. 
We will stand by each other 
however it will blow. 

Simon Dach 




WRESTLING 73-74 




WRESTUNG TEAM 1st ROW: J. Adams. Hayes, J. France, A. Vorhouer, S. Smith, R. Homan, J. Hopps, M. Ackley, J. Thonus. 
2nd ROW: S. Comman, A. Koenig, F. Campbell, D. Moyer, J. Artigliere, P. LeVan, D. Bender, E. Eisenhart, D. Cope, T. Snyder, J. 
Witwer, T. King, A. Bartlebaugh, Coach Hardy. Coach Stephenson. 




The Aggies had a very successful season this year, under the direction of 
Mark Stephenson. They compiled a 10-2 record, having lost only to their 
rivals Wilkes and Lycoming. The Aggies took 5th out of 16 teams in the 
MAC'S and tied for 12th out of 60 teams at the Nationals. At the MAC's, 
three of the varsity team members won recognition. They were Fran 
Campbell (167), second; Doug Cope (177), third; and All Bartlebaugh (un- 
limited), second. Getting three men in the finals is a great accomplish- 
ment, but we can not help to feel that having the remainder of the team 
place would have given DVC more prestige during the 73-74 season. Next 
year we should be able to schieve this goal with the entire team except Joe 
Thonus and Al Vorhauer returning. Congratulations Fran, Doug and Al, 
and best wishes are extended to Joe and Al who will be missed next year. 





DVC 




Ursinus 


48 


6 


Juniata 


— 


— 


Lebanon Valley 


22 


13 


Widner 


44 


2 


Glassboro 


48 


3 


Wilkes 


3 


37 


Lycoming 


22 


24 


Scranton 


51 


3 


Susquehanna 


27 


13 


Moravian 


26 


14 


Muhlenburg 


27 


9 


Elizabethtown 


20 


18 


West Maryland 


28 


13 




CAPTAIN JOE THONUS 




To love the game beyond the prize. 



New bolt 




AL VORHOUER 






But noble souls, through dust 
and heat. 

Rise from diasier and defeat 
The stronger. 

Longfellow 




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BASKETBALL: 1st ROW L TO R: Mike Wells. Gerry Moroz, Dan Damweber, Captain Steve Shelly, John Leiner, John Silan Jr.. 
John Harrington. 2nd ROW L TO R Head Coach John Silan. Pete McGabe. Scott Sidler. Dennis Pastucha. John Rodenbaugh, Roger 
Slawta. Scott Lilierose, Dan Whittaker. Ray Kinhorn. Assistant Coach Frank Wolfgang. 




The Aggies compiled an 11-12 record this year. With the loss of 
only three seniors, who will be missed, the outlook for next year 
is good. Best of luck to the Aggies next year. 



Coach Silan and Steve Shelly 





Scores 




DVC 91 


Juniata 


71 


55 


Wilkes 


56 


77 


Ursinus 


78 


77 


Upsala 


72 


59 


Drew 


50 


77 


Swarthmore 


67 


57 


Muhlenberg 


69 


86 


Haverford 


79 


57 


Albright 


88 


60 


Eliza bethtown 


76 


61 


Washington 


48 


70 


Lycoming 


85 


59 


Moravian 


47 


65 


Widener 


75 


64 


Scranton 


61 


62 


Susquehanna 


66 


64 


Phila. Pharmacy 


55 


51 


Phila. Textile 


81 


53 


Wagner 


73 


62 


Eastern 


43 


73 


Muhlenberg 


61 


57 


Glassboro 


62 


88 


FDU 


101 



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Captain Steve Shelly 




SENIORS 





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Dan Damweber 



"It is a misfortune for a man not to have a friend in the 
world, but for that reason he shall have no enemy." 

Halifax 



John Leiner 



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In all time of our distress. 
And in our triumph too, 

The game is more than the player of the game, 
And the ship is more than thecrewl 
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TEAM: 1st ROW L TO R .hm Sc-ofield, Hoyd Alderfer, French Strother. Capl Kd Biddlp, Charles H..llcr. ( .crrv Moroz. Jim Mill- 
er. 2nd ROW L TO R: Dan WhiMaker, Randy Evans. Sam Matechak, Franklin Stralo. Bob Nicholson. Gary Uolina. 3rd ROW L 
TO R: Mark Mehltretler, Kevin Foster, Head Coach Frank Wolfgang, Jim Scott Mgr., Bill Kliefoth. 

The Aggie baseball team finished the season with a 
4-9 record. Wins were over Upsala, Moravian, Muhl- 
enberg and Washington. They had a fairly disap- 
pointing season, however with the loss of only four 
seniors, the outlook for next year is outstanding. Best 
of luck to next years team . 




Coach Frank Wolfgang 



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"Promises may get friends, but it is per- 
formance that must nurse and keep 
them." 

Felltham 








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"His limbs were cast in 

manly mould. 
For hardy sports or contest 
bold." 
Scott 






Scores 




DVC 









Wilkes 


6 





Scranton 


5 


2 


Elizabethtown 


9 


4 


Ursinus 


7 


1 


Susquehanna 


2 


2 


Susquehanna 


4 


7 


Phila. Textile 


9 


5 


Upsala 


4 


7 


Moravian 


5 


9 


Muhlenberg 


8 


8 


Washington 


5 


1 


Juniata 


12 


3 


Juniata 


4 





TTT" ""'^^S 




TRACK; 1st ROW L TD R Ted King. Doug Miller, Joe Nawoczenski. Win Cowgill, Rich Osman, Co-captain Larn,' Uell, Co-captain 
JoeTheesfeld. Bob Hurrocks. Chris Olszyk, Bruce Ehrler. 2nd ROW L TO R: Ass't. Coach Lou Hegyes, Harold Dambley. Ben Snyder. 
Jeff Weist. Chuck Moose. Dan Bender. .Skip Kinhorn. Mark Wilson. Steve Kostro, Doug Mac Lavry. Al Zimba. Lou Rice, Head Coach 
Joel Brown. :ird ROW I. TO R Brad Beaver, Norm (leil. Joe Szewcyzk, Tom Gunther, Bill Cierberich. Bob Gerberich, Don O'Connell, 
John Smith. Dave Smith 



TRACK 





1974 Track Season 




D.V.C. 




OFF. 


48 


Lycoming 


44 


48 


Dickinson 


89 


71 


Swarthmore 


74 


63 


L.V.C. 


82 


77 


Harverford 


13 


77 


Ursinus 


98 


79 


Susquehanna 


82 


79 


.M bright 


20 



Joel Brown and his team finished with a 3-.') overall 
track record with wins over Lycoming, Albright and 
Haverford. They placed 8th in the MAC's. The team 
will be losing some key men such as Larry Dell, Win 
("owgill and Rich Osman, but with the large number of 
underclassmen, D\"(' proves to be a great team next 
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GOLF; Isl ROW /> TO R — Gordon Navin. Mike Wells. Captain Angelo Petraglia. George Burdoll. 'Ind R(JW L TO R: Joe Miller, Gar>- 
Sholtes. Jan Gauby. Chip Kern. Head Coach .Ned Linta. 




The L)\'C' golfers had a disappointing season with a H- 1 1 record, with 
wins over Ursinus, Lycoming and John Hopkins. However they did fin- 
ish 8th in the MAC's. which is a considerable disappointment compared 
to last year's second place victory. 

The team is losing one very valuable player. Angelo Petraglia. and hope- 
fully with the returning player and new freshmen, the team will imprcne 
considerablv. 





1974 (lolf Season 




D.V.C. 




OPP. 


407 


•John Hopkins 


411 


407 


Dickinson 


397 


433 


Moravian 


417 


433-409 


Scranton 


432-382 


386 


L.V.C. 


3&7 


386 


Western Maryland 


376 


439 


Albright 


412 


407-439 


Muhlenberg 


393-402 


432 


Widener 


425 


409 


Haverford 


402 


409 


Lycoming 


415 


409 


Ursinus 


411 


7th Place 


in M.A.C". Champicjns 


hips 





Angelo Petraglia 



GOLF SENIOR 





"With friends all things 
are in common." 
Cicero 





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precious boon to man." 

Disraeli 






TENNIS 




The tennis team coached by -James W'ickersham had 
a 90-7 record. This was the l)uilding period for the 
DVC tennis team, they are expecting a very good sea- 
son next year with the incoming freshman and the 
present team. Only one senior. -John Hauser will 
be graduating this year. Lots of luck to the tennis 
team next vear. 



Nothing makes the earth seem so spacious as to 
have friends at a distance; they make the latitudes 
and longitudes." 

I'horeau 





Tyson Zackev 



"Life is far too important a thing ever to talk 
seriously about." 

Wilde 



Senior of Tennis Team 
Captain John Hauser 





Scores 




DVC 1 


Lycoming 


8 


3 


Widener 


6 


4 


Phila Textile 


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Juniata 


6 


2 


Scran ton 


7 


2 


Ursinus 


7 


2 


Susquehanna 


6 





CHEERLEADERS: STANDING L TO R: Linda Morgan, Nancy HenkeL Debbie Grant, Shirley Thompson, Barbara Kiley. TOP L TO 
R Kathy Raggierio, Carol Schnapp, Captain Maureen Dwyer. 




CHEERLEADERS 



The D.V.C. Cheerleaders coached by Miss Linda Padgett, are 
still a fairly new idea to the school, however their efforts and 
long hours of practice were greatly appreciated by all the 
teams. Keep up the good workl 








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you can do for yourself." 

Thackeray 



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Intramural S])<)rls 

This year at Delaware Valley College, 
the intramural sports program was very 
active. The year started off by the boys 
soccer teams battling to a finish. But 
the girls were not to be forgotten. No, 
they were right beside the boys playing 
field hockey. The highlight of the fall 
sports season was the game between 
"Doc's" cross country team, and the 
girls' hockey team. The cross country 
team won. 

.As the winter .sports started, so did the 



'Inflict not on an enemy every injury 
in your power, for he may afterwards 
become your friend." 

Sadi 








intramural basketball and volleyball. 
RAP won the Intramural Championship 
with a 13-0 record. Dead End Kids won 
both the basketball and volleyball 
championships. 

Sure enough both the boys and girls 
were playing softball during the spring. 
The Dead End Kids won the girls 
championship. 

It was a very successful year for the In- 
tramural Program, and it is hopeful 
that its" popularity will continue next 
year. 





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Pictures courtesy of: 
Daily Intelligencer 
Ram and Yearbook 
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March 4, 1974 



KKAN CAMPBKLL and 
Wilkes' 167 pounder Wiesrn- 
fluh size each other up in the 
fit*.t iHricd of Ihcii M.A.C 

champi 



M.A.C. wrestling t 

FRAN gets pinned. /?■ ,\ 




ahonski (WKS) 
3) Sensening (ET) 
UH) 3) Burns (SUS) 
Prit ter (LV) 
Sc.iultz (LYC) 
T) 3) Savitsky (LYC) 
V) 3) Bender (MOR) 
3) Cope (DV) 
) 3) Hazzard (JH) 
3) Murza (JH) 
the DVC Wrestlers 
expected them to do 
I did). They should do 
osing only two members, 
year looks very promising. 



:>y Houston 



Photo Jan'.i:s roijyit' 

1 MICHAEL WELLS jumps up for m 
College Feb. 18. DVC won the honif 



■i SENIOR JOHN LEINER scores against 
last home game, Feb. 25. 



■'lid all-M.A.C. quarterback, 

Ih a .$5,000.00 bonus if he 

on Oilers of the NFL. 

d last year by the New York 

% was cut after only a short 

5s never given a chance to make thi 

cs that were cut echoed the sanu 

Bannon, who was later picked up by the 

year with the Cumberland Colts of the 
ere he became All-League Quarterback. 
Valuable Player, and led his team to the 

,'ill be leaving for Texas, and with him go 
Luck Jim! 



Women & mf 



To find out the 
Penn Hall to the c 
next year, I spoke 
following responses: 

Most of the girls 
good idea because it 
the opportunity to al| 
a feeling of closeness 
because Penn and '^ ' 
Some also cons' 
more privacy, s 
complaint was v 
was that they wi 
the center of social 
the New Dorm w; 
and keep them separa 

Some of the resident 
atmosphere in Penn, w 
they also said that Per/ 
Dorm is much cleane 
dorms commented thai 
as desk drawers, locks 
desks. The girls don't k. 
for them instead of Work 
to be just as nice a dorm ; 

Most of the girls said\ 
visitation policy when t 
year. Almost everyone sa 
male visitors sign in at a d« 
sit at the desk is a waste 
like the idea of having c; 
girls favor a policy of 2 
and women's dorms. Others sugf 
week nights. 

Most girls feel that alth* 
discriminatory, they are ger' 
although some think that sf 
having girls in their classes, 
them. Almost all of the 
program for girls to be ve <y tHC^^nd ^ 
sports program in every res^. itK^here wf 
that they do not get the samt gym privil 
they are often kicked out of the gym. Th 
among the girls in creating varsity team; 
female competition. Many said they feel 
teacher who would be capable of develo 
program would be a great asset next yes 

When asked whether there was anyurTrn 
college should do to attract girls to DVC, man 
feel this is the purpose of the proposed nursing pi 
that they do not think is the proper way to go 
Several of the girls said it would probably have to be financed 



March M, 19714 

p higher tuition 




ilost of the students 

ct them directly— 

»ork, food, and 

* number from 

ibout how it 

ticular to its 

of the detri- 

ireatens DVC 

. / ly how much 

ch can be offered. 

~ jdget for dorm and 

*ng due to the drastic 

has seen, how many 

of? Like the fact that 

campus, the cafeteria 

spending more. More 

ns higher electric and 

, are used. 

jrbing, but how long 

and board costs? 

nis, and the possibility 

. get to where students, 

i in, and if the college is 

( those days be made up? 

al money come to make 

.'lext year? 

. of ignoring the developing 

isis where sudden action is 

''/M§ idcnt body, the administrators 

< . . //^ talking about contingency plans to 

l(j' t. \yj\i^^ develop, this year and next. 

A [lings been ignored until the administration 
■^ g unsuspected surprises on an unknowing 
dent body. 

lemands knowledge of what is happening 

done about it. The students must be kept 

mgs affecting them. For just as a Nation 

^dijeve in the authenticity of a sudden and 

oenergy crisis, the students will only believe in 

ji -ions if they are shown the need as the need 

^OR can not be sprung upon them as a crisis. 



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e recycling program operated by the Conservation 
ty began on February 21 and will be a regular event o 
us. The Society will collect glass, metal cans {steel cj. 
alurninum), and paper in the Segal Hall parking lot every 
Thursday from 4:nO-fi:nn nm All rnernbers of the campus 

I members of the faculty 
aterials and add them to 
e Conservation Society 



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Pres. — Dan Bender; FRONT ROW; V.P. — Norm Reynolds; S.G. Rep. — John Mann; Sec. — Donna Foley; Treas. — Dave Miller; S.G. 
Rep. — April Grosjean. 




He who gives up friendship for ambition burns a picture 
to obtain the ashes . 

Arabic Proverb 




Friendship is like sound health its value is often 
unappreciated until it is lost. 




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Be slow in choosing a friend, slower in changing. 

B. Franklin 





A friend follows you into adversity and emerges with you to 

prosperity. 

A. B. Hayes 





JUNIORS: 




Friendship " if you have it, you don't need to have anything else: and if you don't have it. it doesn't much matter 

what else vou have." 

J. M. Barrier 




S.G. Rep. — John DeMatteo; Adviser — Dr. Mertz; FRONT ROW — Treas. — Ken Grube: Pres. 
Rusty Suher; S.G. Rep. — John Rigolizzo; Sec. — John Salahub. 






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Fellow Classmates, 

We have travelled a lonj; and winding road and have finally 
arrived at the day we've all been waiting for, "gradua- 
tion"! It has been demanding, challenging, and exciting. 
Now we must prepare ourselves for what lies ahead of us in 

the future. 

Looking back over the years we have gone through many 
changes. These changes occurred in the world around us 
and the world inside us. The things we have learned here 
at Delaware Valley may have not just been rated with a 
letter grade value. Besides a grade value Delaware Valley 
has brought us to see things for ourselves and has made us 
all whole and full persons. 

In closing I would like to take this opportunity to wish you 
all the success and happiness in whatever you find in the 
brave new world. Always remember all your friends and 
exciting experiences you had at Delaware N'alley College. 

Sincerely yours, 

Bryan Bolehala 

Class of '74 



BRYAN BOLEHALA 
President 





Bob Lennahan — V.P. 



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Steve Dowhtin — Treas. 




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AGRONOMISTS: MEN OF THE EARTH 








DR. JULIAN PRUNDEANU, M.S. 
Chairman: Agronomy Department 
Professor of Agronomy 



To the Agronomy Class of 1974: 

You have just completed successfully four years of 
undergraduate studies that for some of you may have 
passed too quickly and for others may have passed 
much too slowly. With this part of your formal educa- 
tion behind you, you are entering now the real chal- 
lenge of a career, of responsibility to yourself, to your 
family, to the profession you have chosen, and to the 
society in which you are living. 

On behalf of the Agronomy Department I wish you all 
the best of luck in the vears to come. 



Julian Prundeanu 





NICODEMUS E. ADIKU 
Tr>'ing to be a little different'', well keep on 
tPiing.; My thanks go ti> my father, mother, 
sisters, uncle and manv .American friends. 



JOSEPH AMISSON 






JOHN B. ALLISON 

TV room guys, Mel, Bi 
Hunting seasons; Mary. 



Jeff, Faf, Chf; 




DR. THOMAS L. ZIMMERMAN 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Agronomy. 



PAUL A. BEERS 
Thanks to Mom and Dad; 4 years in Work 
202 with "Mac"; the best friends anyone 
could ever find; "you know; More or Less." 





EDWARD R. BIDDLE 

Exit 19; S.C. Therapy; CHK; Chem. 
104; Head of Neck 



RAYMOND D. BLEW 
Thanks to Mom, Dad and Family; Dilks; 
Ortiz and Rutula 



BRYAN E. BOLEHALA 

Elson Hall; H.R.; IRA; Rm. 228; Mushroom; 
Home Grown; Evie 




JOHN J. BUTLER 

Morrisville; Fraqk; June 22, 1971; Charlene; 
Pinky; "Butts"; Chas.; Mom & Dad; 20th.: 
The Library 





HARRY CHESSMAN 




DANIEL DaCUNHA 




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



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RICHARD P. GRANT 
I wish to extend all possible thanks and 
gratitude to my wife and parents; Without 
them, I could not have made it. 



JEFFREY EVANS 






LAWRENCE D. HEPNER JR. 

Everything; Some good friends 



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ANGELO PETRAGLIA 





CHARLES SHAFFER 



FRANCIS POST 



DONALD A, CLAYCOMB, B.S.. M.A. 
Instructor in Agriculture 





STEPHAN G. SIMMERS 

"Howdy"; 5 day weekends; "Maryland's 
calling". 




DONALD McAGHON 




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"Meester — Let 's me tett yiiu something! 





DR. TIBOR PELLE, M.S., DR. AGR. 

CHAIRMAN; Animal Husbandry Department 

CHAIRMAN: Animal Science Division 
Professor of Animal Husbandry 



To the Animal Husbandry Class of 1974: 

While leaving the gates of this College with your diploma 
in your hand and a smile on your face, you will be glad that 
the four years are over. Later on when you come back for a 
visit, and I hope you do, you will realize that the time you 
spent here was the happiest in your life . 

You were a great group and it was a pleasure to work with 
you. Your studies are not finished. You will continue your 
education in any phase of life you choose for your fuure 
career. I know for sure that you are well prepared to take 
the responsibilities and meet challenges that are ahead of 
you. There is, and hopefully there always will be, room for 
people like you in this great country . 

From all of us in Animal Science, I wish you the best of 
luck and happiness. 



TiborPelle 




THOMAS F. BYRNE 

Weekends; Pigs and "Meestcr"; Thanks to 
Kathleen and my parents for their help and 
understanding. 



YOUNG CHUL CHOI 

I won't forget D.V.C.; I thank to all profes- 
sors and faculty members for everything; I 
really thank to my parents who support me 
every aspect through all my life; Also, I ap- 
preciate to my good wife and good sister and 
brothers. 



WILLIAM R. CLARK Kill 
Wall — to — wall people; Rock and Roll 
Valley and late night; Flights down the fire 
escape. 



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PH.D. 
Assistant Professor of Animal Science 




JOHN J. FALLON 

Football; Gotta be a winner; Coaches and 
Dr. Pelle; Cooke Hall gang; Monday nite 
court; Florida trips with the Buds; Parties 
in Harness; "Ralph", Great Friends; Thanks 
to parents and brothers . 





MICHAEL GROGAN 

Maur's moustache; Life with the queen; Ski 
trips and broken teeth; Get off the saddle, 
Jon; To Mr. S. and Mr. T. — S.M.C.; 
P.F. award; Bell's; Meester; Jr. Prom; A 
shift in the way; 3 — day vacations; Nancy 
Naieve; W. VA. H.H.; a sticky quarter; cape 
cod. 



JOHN R. FLEAGER 

Work Hall "T"; Many good times with £ill 
the "Buds"; Special thanks to my folks; 
"Who's this guy Dr. Work?" 





CYNTHL«i ANNE HARDING 

Oct. 20, 1970; Feb. 12, 1971; A — Day '71; A 
— Day '73; June 24, 1972; July 20, 1973; 
Grandma and Grandpa; Lovin' Jacque. 





JOHN .1. HAUSER 

"Chicago"; The judging team; and all the 
"Buds" from D.V.C. 




TIMOTHY HORN 
Life on the road with the livestock judging 
team: seeing Kath every weekend; VVolf- 
sohn, Samuel and Harness Halls; Life at 
Farm ^S; Friends, Friends, Friends; 
Thanks to Mom and Dad for making it all 
possible. 



DR. CRAIG HILL, B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Animal Sci- 
ence. 





JOSEPH G. LALLI 

Goldman "T"; $1 night; "King Ranch Cow- 
boy"; Scuba dives; Livestock judging team; 
#102 steer; Sunday "Rustic"; The real peo- 
ple vs. the pseudointellectual confromists. 




BRUCE R. PRATT 

Work Hall parties; The 
cross country team; Here 
come the Judge. 




E. RANDALL MILLER 

Goldman Football Champs; Visits to Cooke 
Hall; Goldman T "freak city"; The cabin; 
Livestock judging team "trips"; Off campus 
living; "allnighters"; My Buds! 






TIMOTHY PAXSON 




MARK A. SCHNEIDER 
.! yrs. with "Mr. Hort"; Sophomore 
and Junior Yr. in Samual 114 and the 
men of 104; Herb and the family; 
Bell's Bar; Night of the Bourdon; 
"Meester"; Fellow An. Hus. 
classmates. 







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DAVID SVERDUK 

Dr. "Bee" and the Bugs; "Meester" and 
his jokes; Don and his sheep; Wharton and 
his Brains; Mase and the'girls; Wayne and 
our electrical engineering; Thanks, God, 
For everything ! 




FREDRICK R. HOFSAESS, B.S., M.S., PH.D. 
Assistant Professor of Animal Science. 




CRAIG D. THATCHER 
Wolfsohn Hall; 2nd floor 
Samual gang; Senior re- 
search; A-Day; BLD's par- 
ties; P.J.; Great friends; 
and most of all thanks to 
Mom and Dad. 





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JOSEPH C. THONUS JR. 

'TOTJlman 104; Weekends; Good friends . 



RODNEY A. GILBERT, B.S.. M.S. j 
Instructor in Animal Husbandry 




ALLAN H. VORHAUER 

"Boston"; Johnny; "Meester"; The "T"; 
BARB. 





GARY D. WOODRUFF 

Work Hall "T"; Meester — "The fish stinks 
from the head." The gang; DVC weekends; 
S.S.P.B.L. andCrooke. 



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'Let's call it a day! 




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




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




To the Class of 1974 

You are leaving us to enter a world of rapid change. Any 
change leaves a number of niches to be filled. You too have 
rapidly changed during your four years at Del Val. You are 
more mature, more responsible, more learned. You have 
been provided with the adaptive characteristics which 
should enable you to rise to the challenge of change. May 
you do so, for the betterment of society, and for your own 
personal fulfillment. I join with all of the members of the 
Biology Department in wishing you well. 

Ellery W. French 

Chairman Biology Department 




DENNIS BAl'ER 



nwin 1' CMARRIKH 

> Musketeers Lib.; Cafe and l.asker; 
K.lsDii 19 buck d(M)r and rubber band 
fights; Wired shut for 6 weeks; Haunted 
hiiuse; "Right Fielders Club"; 'I'he dumb- 
waiter; ~'2H & 29; Yearb<M)k meetings and 
staff; "CiiM)d flick"; Life saving ('■') & Hams; 
Urd roommate room 229; K.L.F.; 2nd fliMir 
New Dorm Senior year — Many friends and 
visitors. 





STEPHEN E. CSORGO JR 

What's D.V.C. like on a weekend?; Stevie 
Wonder Mr. 4.0; Ht. 41.i at 12::iO A.M.; 
Lllman III, Work II, Bee House; Love Gypsy 
Moths; Dan, T.J.. Steve and Dale in 211; 
Monday night football; Hreregistration with 
Dr. French; The water quality lab; Many 
thanks to all the senior Bio. majors for a 
great time; Thanks to Mom and Dad. 



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




STEPHEN DOWHAN 
Partying with my puds. 





JACK FACCIOLO 

Freshman year — Mono; Wally, Gary "O"; 
Pvedident, IRA, chub; W. Va. "Bovine"; 
Demonstration, Student Government; 
Home Movies; Fighting with Yvonne. 



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




CHARLES FERREE 

Thanks for the memories 





EUGENE A. FINK 



NORMAN F. FINNANCE 
Another world of logs, the shore, haunted 
houses, and Ned's door. Rings, prom, and 
priests, Nice NNN! Joan; Homecoming 
1971; Second semester 1972; Kites and sun- 
bathing in "The Right Fielder's Club" and 
an engraved invitation, but I Don't Care 
Johanne and friends are what made life, and 
I loved it . 





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UR. BARBARA MUSE, Ph.D. 



CAROL A. FINNIE 

"Yoo"; D.V.C. train station. Homecoming 
'73; Homemovies in Work Hall Lou 



MARIANNE T. KNEBELS 

New Girl; Bob, George, and Dr. Miller, Mi- 
crolab, Tom; "A Friend is someone who 
knows who you are and likes you any- 

way"; Thanks to my friends. 



DANIEL C.HOWARD 

Marathon Parties; All my buds. 





ROBERT LENNAHAN 

Summer of '73; The Home; Cooke second; 
TPS; What 1 could have done if I had stud- 
ied more and drunk less; The greenies; The 
god; Bovines. 





DENNIS J. MANBECK 
"Yoo"; D.V.C. train station; 
Barrens; Peggy. 



WILLIAM L. LITTLE 
To my wife Sharlene; Mr. Deering; Student 
Center; Coffee in the halls; and the ginkgo 
trees , 




ROBERT POINSETT 
"I can"; One of a kind P.C.B.; Wrestling on 
the wrong mats; water fights in Bamess; 
Junior and Senior Proms; brocade; pepto 
Parv.; special thanks to mom; life is never 
too long to be too short. 



BRUCE REINHARDT 
Going to Boston . 






STEVEN SHELLY 



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




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



MICHAEL STAUB 

The school that treats you like an 
individual? 




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DR. ROBERT BERTHOLD, 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



MR. JOHN STANDING B.S., M.S. 
Instructor in Biology 





BRIAN VAN LENTEN 
Ulman II; The 4:01 rain; Bowling; Mary- 
land; Yen; Farmers; Cafe; Hearts; Cooke II 
Girls; WMMR; J.B.'s Shafts; Biology; and 
many other fine people I won't forget. 




DAVID WILSON 

Four years of frustration, joy, and headaches 
that ends in a feeling of great relief — then 
you realize that you were able to accomplish 
something you had thought impossible, a 
truly rewarding experience; May 18, 1973; 
Sandee. 



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'Duck soup! ' 




To the Business Administration Class of 1974: 

The Business Administration faculty congratulates the 
members of the Class of '74 on your graduation, the first 
milestone toward entering the business community. Al- 
though classes are now finished, the learning should not 
cease. As you enter positions in industry, commerce, and 
the professions, keep alert to new ideas, better ways to do 
things, and greater challenges. You will not lose the capac- 
ity to learn, only the willingness. So take every opportuni- 
ty to broaden your knowledge, expand your capacity, and 
thereby secure a promising future. 




GEORGE F. WEST, B.S., M.B.A. 
Chairman: Business Administration 

Department, Assistant 

Professor of Business 

Administration 



George F. West 




IHOR B. ANDRI.IIWSKY.I 

I wish to express my thanks to evenone who 
helped me in the last four years at Delaware 
Valley, and spei-ial thanks to my parents for 
all of their help and understanding. 




CHARLKS G. BYRD 

N.B.I, with Wat.; Biff and Danny getting 
chewed out by Mr. Weinman; Special 
thanks to my wife, Lorraine and Mom for 
making this possible. 



GERALD BEIL 



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




DONALD P. CAPONE 

Beaver season 74; Eggs Babs; Moonie; Oth- 
er things they won't print; Post season 
blasts; Flamingo Room. 






DANIEL DAMWEBER 



DENNIS DUMSHA 





JOHN D. DELPINO 

Special thanks to Mom, Dad, the G.I. bill 
and most of all Karen. 



GARY J. FANKHOUSER 
Always waiting for Mike; Pooz & Bevn; Joe 
studying for Finance; Aggravation from Bil- 
ly; Clubing with Jack. 





KONALO A. FEUSSNKR 
Cucho; The ("ooke Hall (jnnt!; 'he Buds; 
Wild Man; Death Valley Weekends; I'he 
I'oiil Kixim (jroiii); The Mull & Jeff crew; 
(■V;UR; KW; Life and livinK. 



BRUCE FARQUHAR 

Upon leaving the service my chances of 
going to college were grim. I will always be 
grateful for the opportunity D.V.C. afforded 
me and for the people I've met . 





VINCKNT Fl.OCXO 



MICHAEL SIMONE, B.S.. M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Business 

Administration 



C. KEVIN FOSTER 







THOMAS GERARD 

Many thanks to Mom and Dad; "Bottles"; 
"I don't know how to take you"; Dick, Ka- 
thy, Dave, Fred, Stan, Devinney; "Pretzel 
Bowl 73"; Moe's; Goodbye "leech"; Samuel 
Hall Sports Arena. 



MICHAEL GEROME 




ROBERT S. HORROCKS JR. 
Thanks to Mom. Dad & Sue for helping me 
make it. Those trips to the N.B.I, and walks 
through ginkgo land. 





JOHN LEINER 



RICHARD KOENIG 




BOYU VV. GHERING, B.S., M.S., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Physical Sciences 




VINCENT J. MCINTYRE 
That Mutt and leff Crew; You don't see one 
without the others, and if you don't see one 
you don't see any of them. Carry on John R. 





STEPHEN S. PRZYUSKI 
That Mutt and Jeff Crew; You don't see one 
without the others, and if you don't see one 
you don't see any of them.; Carry on John R. 



DONALD J. MURPHY 
Cross-country practice — "Monkey Ball"; 
LaBaugh and the "nun"; OZ in lake Archer; 
Doc Bee in the showers; Thumben on Route 
202 Sunday morning in Feb. 



JAMES O. RIEGEL 

That Mutt and Jeff Crew; You don't see one 
without the others, and if you don't see one, 
vou don't see anv of them.; Carry on John 
R.; The Cooke Hall Gang. 





ROSS ROSENCRANCE 



CHARLES T. ROLLER JR. 

"My graduation has been made possible 
because of my wonderful parents.; I'll never 
forget the memories of my 4 yrs. here, the 
great friends I made, and the things I have 
learned." 





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

Assistant Professor of Busi- 
ness Administration 




ALEXANUKR N. SAPHOS 
That Mutt and Jeff Crew ^ You don't see 
one without the others and if you don't see 
one. you don't see any of them; Carry on 
John. 




ROBERT SCO'IT 



DOUGLAS H. SMITH 







FRENCH STROTHER 



GARY G. STOUDT 




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



KENNETH R. WATKINS 
"Thanks to my wife I made it."; "Keep 
those ginkgo trees growing." 






RICHARD W WKISKL 
Great (acuity made my four years here very 
beneficial; Give the ginkgo trees to the fire. 



TIMOTHY L WHITSON 

:i Musketters - Lib., Cafe, & Lasker; Klson 
19 — Apple — fight, studying '^: .'i Witches; 
3 day vacation; Hoot — Hoot; Haunted 
Houses; A-Day '71; Ned's door; Sea Isle; 
Barn 5 — snowball fight; Sunbathing and 
kites; Play — no actors; "The" weekend; 
Right Fielders Club; Blender; Dumbwaiter; 
(iolfball washer and underwear; S.C; Cliffs 
and head; Kthcr fire; Paul's party; 
7/28&29/73; Month of hell; PCCA; Ben; 
Frugal; O.T.R.; Timberly. 



EDMUND L. WOLFE 
Thanks C.R., I owe a lot to you.; Bamess 
Hall sophomore year; Dreaming of my 
Chevy and my old blue jeans; Neshaminy 
Hotel; A 4 hour ride; Hats off to Mom and 
Dad; That certain girl I met on a Satuday in 
November of '73. 




THOMAS M. ZALASKY 
Sept. 16, 1973, The 
Beginning — Thursday nite 
"Bddgie" at the "Anvil"; 
Where would "BJ" be with- 
out "Thomas'"' God Bless, 
Mom and Dad; Without 
them it wouldn't have been 
possible 





LAWRENCE ZWOLAK 



PAUL ZWOLAK 





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"Let me entertain any questions. 





To the Chemistry Graduates of 1974 

For the past four years, you have been actively engaged in 
acquiring the basic tools of the chemical profession. Your 
success in achieving this goal has been as a result of the 
patience, understanding, and hard work of both you and 
your teachers. 

Today our nation is beset with numerous problems, which 
you must attempt to resolve. Use your educational experi- 
ences at Delaware Valley in meeting this challenge . 



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



Remember, by continuing to grow educationally and by 
working together as fully participating citizens. you and 
our nation will move forward. 



On behalf of the chemistry faculty, I wish to extend to you 
our congratulations and best wishes for the future. 



Sincerely, 

Robert S. Orr 

Chairman Chemistry Department 




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What! you ddnl 
heat ethanol nvir 
an open nanu''; 
What's that on 
I he ceiling'' Ah 
very vigorous 
reaction. 





DR. JESSE ELSON, B.S., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 



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




WHARTON J. HIRST 

The easy, one hour Organic Qual Exams 
that never were and "shorty." 




RICHARD D. OSMAN 

Debie 71; Skyline 73; Miss Lycoming 
"Chemistry is fun, not a ?" 





DR. EDWARD GOLDBERT, A.B., Ph.D. 

Associatate Professor of Chemistry 




PETERJ. RIESJR. 

Ye shall know the truth 
and the truth shall make 
you mad.; That's what 
she said !!!; Gott sei 
dank!; Es ist Freitag.; 
Which way to the 
TGTLEO. 



DENNIS STEIGERWALT 



DR. KICHARD C. 

LUGAR, B.S., M.S., 

PhD 
Assistant Professor of 

Chemistr>' 







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



ROBERT P. UPTON 

Senior Research; The I.R. that I almost 
bought; A-Day beer experiment . 





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




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








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



To the Dairy Husbandry Class of 1974: 

As you leave Delaware Valley College and embark upon 
your journey into the business world, dream lofty dreams 
— for dreams are the embryos of realities. A dream which 
is nurtured will one day become an object accomplished, 
for he who desires can obtain, and he who aspires will 
achieve. The vision which you dream is what you will 
become. 

We at DVC have attempted to give you an educational 
basis upon which to build your dreams. We trust that you 
will use this knowledge as a cornerstone of a vision of what 
you want to make of your future . 



Good luck and best wishes for turning your dreams into 
realities. 



John Plummer 




DAVID W.CROOKE 
Tech II — "calculations": Cornell — 
"scenery" Summer '73 — "4:30"?; Show 
String — '72, '73. 









JOHNE. GRICE 



FREEMAN L.EVANS 



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






ROBERT McCOY 



HAROLD E. THIREY 

B.S.,M.S. 

Instructor in Animal Science. 





THOMAS McWILLIAMS 

Weekends at Hood with Cathy; 10/15/71; 
Ulman II; Apples, Vino, Long Island and the 
Farmhouse; Yen; 6/30/72; Many thanks to 
my parents who helped make this possible. 




ROBERT MORGAN 
•Judging team; Springfield: Harrisburg; 
Madison; Columbus; Work Hall "T"; Mom 
and Dad 





STEVEN MOVVRY 



DAVIDA.NEMETH 

Bowling in Ulman I; Canoe trip on the To- 
hickon; "Pinball Wizard"; "Goofy"; week- 
ends 






JANICE L. WAUGH 

Sometimes I thought 1 had come so close, 
and yet I know I am still so very far away. 
Maybe someday I will understand.; Will 
always remember Tony, Ruth, and 4 A.M. 
milking 





BRAD WINTERS 



J. DAVID WIAND 

Rosie; Frankie and Martie and D.H. 
Ghetto; Bermuda; '74 Dairy Boys 







"A case in point" 





RICHARD DOMMEL, B.S., M.S. 
Chairman: Food Industry Department 
Assistant Professor of Food Industry 



To the Food Industry Class of 1974: I wish the best 
of life and the desire to make the best of life. You will 
graduate at a time when events such as the energy 
crisis will cause change in our life styles and work. I 
am sure you will succeed through these changes and I 
would hope that later in life you reflect on how well 
you have adapted to change. It is important that you 
never be contemptuous or fearful of changes in 
events, opinion or ideas. Opportunities and the solu- 
tion of grievances rest in change. 

Richard Dommel 

Chairman, Food Industry Department 



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DorCl.ASANURUS 
Summer of "73"; Linda; 
"Shrine"; "Harness hall" in 1972 



DOLGLAS L 
BOCHOVEN 




JOSEPH BALLANTYNE 
Cooke Hall buds; Cooke beach; Florida with 
the buds '72, '73, '74; Court on Monday 
night. Margate '73; "Rat" live; "Ralph" 




220 




H. STEVEN KNITTEL 
The old Cooke Hall; Cooke District Court; 
Florida; "Bossman"; Bamess and the Buds; 
"Ralph" 



BRUCE R.LINKE 

Ulman III; Freshman year; Cooke District 
Court; The "Rat"; Cooke Hall Buds; 
"Ralph"; Bamess II 





JAMES MANNS 






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





WILLIAM LEE PORTER 
B.S.M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Food Industry. 



WILLIAM NESTEL 



ROBERT C. REITNAUER 

riman Hall; "Bells"; LL.Y.C; "Smoke on 
the Water " 





D. PARVIN RICHARDS 

Long train rides; Wolfson 3; N.J.T.; Denver 
'72; Bow ties; Parson; Mud slide fats and 
the degreaser; Plant kingdom and tax ex- 
emption number; Sausage machine; report 
phobia. 




RICHARD SCHWARTZ 





liO'KGlCUCGU'R'E 



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'Let's \loi-e (Jut!' 








DR. CLINTON R. BLACKMON. B.S., M.S. 

Ph.D. 
Chairman; Horticulture Department 
Professor of Plant Science 



To the Graduating Seniors in Horticulture: 

For almost four years we have enjoyed teaching, advising, 
and guiding you toward your professional aims and competence. 
You may now face a new beginning with the assurance that our 
relationship is not over since you are welcome to return for our 
assistance or to share experiences. 

We of the Horticulture Faculty extend to you our best wishes 
for a happy and useful life with success in your profession. 



Clinton R. Blackmon 

Chairman, Horticulture Department 



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l.KKK /KHNDER, B.S., 

M.S. 
Instructor in Hdrticulture 



WINFRED P. rOWGILL JR. 

My "Buds" at D.V.C.; Bowling team: 
Homegrown" 





RICHARD A. BARTON 

L'lman 2nd Floor; "Apples"; Four years with 
the old man; Yen; The Bowl; Sleep labs 




DR. DAVID BLUMENFIELD, B.S., M.S. 
Ph.D. 

Professor of Hort icul t ure 




KIRBY ELLIS 
On belay: Climbing; Falling; Euchre parties 
with green death and the horrible explosion; 
On the river; The Motly Crew; What the 
hell am I doing up here? 



ROSARIO A. LICCIARDELLO 

All the goodtimes with the Hort. crew espe- 
cially Win C, Tom S., and Rich B.; Also the 
experience and opportunity of working with 
the Student Government — and being So- 
cial Committee Chairman along with a 
great helper Dave.; Also like to close with 
great appreciation of having good friends as 
Nick S., John P., Charlie S. and Bill M. and 
Charlie F. 




SUN G. PAIK 



DR. NEIL J. VINCENT, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture 



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lOHNROHKRTQl'INN 
M.S.. C.B.. and ME; Kal John: Jungle 
Room: NICK DON'T INVITE ME!; 
Superniakeet spree; Paul's parties; BOS- 
TON; Spring trip of '72 & "T.'l; Sumnjer of 
'73 & '73; dross me out; Ram article that 
made me so popular; OH. Haseball team; 
H.O.H.; My deepest thanks to the people 
who CARED — M.S., C.B.. R.D. Aunt 
Florrie. Grandma and MOM and DAD 



LEROY W. FETTERS 

This is the last round — up. 





THOMAS SCHULTZ 

Samuel Hall; Junior and Sophomore year 



DR. JOSHUA FELDSTEIN. B.S., M.S., PhD 
Professor of Horticulture 






ARTHUR H. WEST JR. 
To my wife Joan and the folks's, can thank 
you really say it all? 




JOSEPH S. SOLOMON 

Apple sales at football games; Beaver Col- 
lege and Joanie; "I'm awake!"; Take a taxi!; 
That's ray Beret 



CHRISTOPHER C WOL? 
"Our Fraternit> , If it s orange it runs bet- 
ter"; "Work Hall T" 




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It's obvious — am I right? 





You are leaving the college at a time of trial and 
uncertainty. 

We hope that you never lose the ideals of your youth and 
that the things you have experienced and learned at Del 
Val will contribute in large measure towards a useful and 
productive life. 

Frederic S. Blau 

Chairman Ornamental Horticulture 

Department 



FREDRIC S. BLAU, B.L.A., M.L.A. 
Chairman: Ornamental Horticulture Department 
Professor of Landscape Design 





DAVID 1.. BABCOCK 
Tom, Dick. Jerry. Rick. Stan. Fred; Holy 
Three; Samuel Hall Shower Team; Pool 
room; Cards; Richboro; Moe's Dew — Drop 
— Inn; Roling the Ducks 



CHARLKS.) BO.IAfKJK 

:i Musketeers — Lib.. Cafe., Laker; Klson 19 
— Back Door; :i - D poster; Wolfson 33 - .3 
witches; Haunted Houses; Cont; Feb.; 
Queen Kit A-Day 71; OH. B.B.T.; W.G. — 
Michelle — Queen; A — Band; Goldman 
Club; Cramps; Rumor Cont.; '^"■. Right 
Fielders Club; Tabor Parties; Black eye; 7/ 
28 & 29 / 73; "Love Comedies"; New Dorm 
Floot; Joan; Good Friends"'; Sum. 73 — 
Chief J. Q. 



WILLIAM R. BRYNER 
The 3 stooges — Jeff. Dick & Faf (The com- 
muter — TV room gang; Trips in a Toyota; 
Snapping Out; Specimen Borrowing; Fak- 
ing it; Impersonations; Stones '72; AI- 
brecht's; Special thanks to Mom and Dad 
for all t hev have done. 




DAVIDE. BENNER. B.S. 

Instructor in Ornamental Horticulture 



RICHARD H. CAPALDO 
Faf and "Burning Love"; TV. Rooms Guys 
— Bill, Gary, Jeff, John; "The Depants- 
ment ' in the New Dorm; A special thanks 
you to ray Mom, Dad and sister for all they 
have done . 





GARY T. FAFORD 
T.V. room experiences; Chemistry; Three 
great friends; Special thanks to my parents 
for making it all possible. 



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ROBERT E. HEITZMAN 
The motly crew; Climbing; Canoeing Mount 
Aineenng; Echre parties and creen death; 
Herb stories; The steel pig; Jumping in the 
river to avoid getting wet; Adventure isn't 
in the guidebook and beauty isn't on the 
map; Seek and ye shall find and the rest of 
all that crap. 



JOSEPH E.FULCOLY III 

Nov. 9, 1971; Nancv; T.V. Lunch Room; 
D.V.C. Fats. 



CONRAD O. FONTAINE 

My pen now lies at the bottom of page one, 
my thought are now optimistically turned 
to those empty chapters yet remaining. 




233 





CRAIG G. JACOBUS 



WILLIAM LAPP 

Ulman III; Intramurals football; Harness 
beer blasts; sleep and weekend sailing. 



FRANKGRAU, B.S.,M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Ornamental Horticulture 



PAUL KARCEWSKI 

Trips north; Hap; The old Cuba: Paul's; 
Trip south; Collegeville dam; Stocksberry; 
Doe Mt.; "Keep on trucking" 



ANDREW KOTALIC 

My great parents; ChFj — rhubarb — the 
captain and zappa; ChF, i — lovely week- 
ends — meat boycotts; Not now but later. 




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DAVID E. LOSER 

My deepest thanks to my Mother and Fa- 
ther without whose help and encouragement 
I could not have accomplished so much; 
Floom 104; Commuting in the '49 Plymouth; 
Another test. 





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



STEPHEN E. MOVER 
The commuter's parking lot and long hours 
in seclude spots in the library; ' — 
Chances on the no. of Benner's specimens . 



ROBERTO. MILLER 

5 roommates in 2 years; Dark room and 
the yearbook; A-Day and not doing any- 
thing; 2/11/73. 





RICHARD OGLEVEE 
Weekends and Kathy; Tom, Dave, Butch, 
Fred, Jerry, Stan and Rick; The Holy 
Three; Samule Hall shower team; Pizza & 
Beer; Richboro; The Rat 





JULES PERLSTEIN 

Life is a multitude of complexities; Strive 
for simplicity and contentment but don't 
sacrifice the depravations of life for the 
satisfaction of love.; I leave my future to 
fate; See you all later. 





JOHN W. RUBY 2nd 

Hearts; Cooke Hall gang,; Didn't have to; 
Dingy; Fat Eddie; The mad bomber 






MARK W. SAUNDERS 
M.T.; Fish lips; Haunted House; Goldman 
Club; O.H.S.; Bill, Chuck and Mike; P.F. — 
Award; J.Q.; Lost Opel; Not that I look; 
Beaver; Morris; Kingwood; Ski trips; Score 
card, L.S.D.; Montreal 



NICHOLAS M.SACCO 
It's great to be finished; To the many people 
that pulled for me, Thanks; Remembering 
the good old days of Goldman and Elson, 
and to all my friends in Aggieland. 




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R/\Y C. SHII'K 
O.T.R.: 29; our dog: Summer of '";) with 
"face". Hurpee seeds grow — yes, no. may- 
be, hliuik!; To those who left Ralph. Tom 
and Yen; Special thanks to my roommate 
for sharing the good times and the bad 
times. 



CHKCOKVR.THIKI. 

Hearts sophomore year; Moo; \ino; Apples; 
Kat Eddie; Chairman HIau; in memory of 
Yen: "Hell! I'm gettin' thirsty." 






C.KRARDTUMOI.O 
•Jerry O; ChF5; Moe's, .Samuel 2nd floor; 
Richboro; Linda; Ruck; Tomatoe head & 

ChFstaff. 









ABRAHAM RELLIS 
Instructor in Floriculture 




SZTllCR CChSS 
ADDISB^ 




DR. JAMKS E. Ml! 1 i ' 
Assistant Professor cil Biology 



M.A.. I'h.U 



May 19, 1974 



the Class of '74, 



1 (in not know all of you, yet from all of you as a group I 
have learned much about a generation of young people 
cognizant of today's problems and willing to work toward 
their solutions. 

From those of you whom I have encountered in the class- 
room and laboratory I have learned much about the signifi- 
cance of one discipline of science . 

From the few of you whom I have come to know well 1 have 
learned much about myself. 

Thank you for letting me be your class advisor during your 
last year as students here. 

Sincerely, 



J^^i^yy^^ 



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NORMAN FINNANCE This book has been a successful, cumulative effort of many 

people. 

We, as the Co-Editors, would like to thank Glenn Fahnestock, 
the Daily Intelligencer, and Robert McClelland for their aid in 
photography; John Gaskill for his help in obtaining advertis- 
ments; Dianne Rodgers and Lisa Harvey for their invaluable 
drawings; Mrs. Galitz for her many typing assignments; and to 
our patient advisor, Robert Sauer, who was always ready to lis- 
ten to our complaints and ideas, and for his help in many 
aspects. 

But especially to a great staff with whom it was educational, 
fun, and rewarding to work with, we say thanks for your pa- 
tience with us and compatability among all of us. 

People pass through different eras of life — ours included a 
deluge of experiences, which have made our time worthwhile. In 
our stay, friends have been met and left, their impressions deep- 
ly felt. 

"Eras are only eras, they are not the end of time." 



DAVECHARraER 



Dave Charrier 
Norman Finnance 
Co-Editors 1974 Cornucopia 



CAMERA SHY 



Lawrence Dell 
Hsury Dumsha 
Glenn Frater 
William Gadd 
Joseph Gallicchio 
Paul Giering 
David Hibbs 
Mark House 
Robert Jacobus 
William Kapichok 
Michael Lazin 



Zoltan Lelkes 
Paul Loos 
William Miller 
Joseph Murphy 
Robert Naylor 
Ira Niedweske 
Peter Schmid 
Edward Vesey III 
Larry Wallach 
Fred Wustholz 




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Fric'iuis 1 will remember you. think of you. pray for you, 

and when another day is thru, 
I'll still be friends with you. 

John Denver 







AGROSOMY 

NICODEMUS K. ADIKH 
403 E. Stalest. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

JOHN B. ALLISON 

101 Green Brian 

Lansdale, Pa. 194-16 

Intramural Bowling 1.2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 2; Soil Conservation 

Society 3,4. 

JOSEPH A. AMISSON 
3709 Elmhurst Avenue 
Bristol. Pa. 19007 

PAUL A. BEERS 

382 North Street 

Didgefield. Conn. 06877 

Soil Conservation Club, President Agronomy Club. Soil Judging Team. 

Delta Tau Alpha. ICC. Photo Club. 

EDWARD R HIDDLK 

R.D.3 

Huntingdon. Pa. 16652 

Gleaner, Ram. Varsity Club. Baseball. 

RAYMOND D. BLEW 

R.D. 4 

Bridgeton, N.J. 08302 

Editor of Gleaner, A-Day Committee, Horticulture Club. 

BRYAN E. BOLEHALA "Bole" 

83 Montclair Avenue 

Little Falls, N.J. 07424 

Student Govt., Soil Conservation Society, Senior Class Pres.. Recycling. 

JOHN J. BITLER 

Box 375 Murray Place 

Bridgehampton, N.Y. 11932 

Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Soil Judging Team. 

HARRY CRESSMAN 
1060 Snyder Rd. 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

DANIEL DaCUNHA 

Box 108 

Colonial Park, Doylestown. Pa. 18901 

JON DANKO 
Mechanicsville Rd. 
Carversville. Pa. 18913 

JEFFREY EVANS 

125 W. Crescent Parkway 

South Plainfield, N.J. 07080 

RICHARD P. GRANT 
Dublin Village Apartments 1-3 
Dublin, Pa. 18917 



LAWRENCE 1) HEPNER JR. 

823 Van Reed Rd. 

Wyomissing, Pa. 19610 

Soil Judging 2,3,4; D.T.A. .3,4; Basketball 1. 

ZOLTAN LELKES 
50 S.Dover St. 
Somerset, N.J, 08873 

DONALD McAGHON 
Cypher's Rd. 
Milford, N.J. 08848 

OWEN mac; I IRE 
63 Cypress Avenue 
Bogota, N.J. 07603 

WILLIAM N. MILLER 
Beverly Rd. 
Burlington, N.J. 08016 

JOSEPH MURPHY 
1901 S. 65th St. 
Phila. Pa. 19055 

ANGELO PETRAGLIA 

19 Wesley Avenue 

Atlantic Highlands, N.J. 08037 

BARRY PISTINER 
4 Scarlet Oak Dr. 
Lafayette Hill, Pa. 15444 

FRANCIS POST 

35 N.Thomas St. 
Kingston, Pa. 18704 

CHARLES SHAFFER 
R.D. *1 Box 41 
Boswell, Pa. 1.5531 

STEPHAN SIMMERS 
27 Chestnut Hill L.W. apt. B7 
Reisteistown, Md.21136 
Conservation Club. 

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 

THOMAS F. BYRNE 
Cranburv Station Rd. 
Cranburv, N.J. 08512 
Block and Bridle Club, Delta Tau Alpha. 

YOUNG CHULCHOI 
Dublin Village Apt. E-7 
Dublin, Pa. 18917 

WTLLIAM R. CLARKE HI 

109 Spring Valley Hoop 
Altamonte Springs, Florida 32701 



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DEBORAH A. COLEMAN 
6th & Gwynedd Avenue 
North Wales, Pa. 19454 

JAY FALLON 

16 Emory St. 

Jersey City, N.J. 07304 

Football, Block and Bridle Club (Pres.), Intramurals, Varsity Club. 

JOHN FLEAGER 
R.D.#2Boxl94 
Coatesville, Pa. 19320 
Animal Husbandry Club. 

GLENN FRATER 
Box73-AR.R. #1 
Furlong, Pa. 18925 

MICHAEL GROGAN 

844 Fourth Avenue 

Corapolis, Pa. 15108 

Block & Bridle 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Fish and Game Club 2; Intramural 

Golf 2,3,4. 

CYNTHIA ANNE HARDING 
R.D.#2Box340 
Milford, N.J. 08848 
Equine Club, A-Day. 



JOHN J. HAUSER 
BoxlUATicetownRd. 
Old Bridge, N.J. 08857 
Varsity Club 2,3,4; Tennis 
3,4; Judging Team . 



Lettered 1,2,3,4; Capt. 3,4; Block & Bridle 



TIMOTHY HORN 

1572 Sleepy Hollow Rd. 

York, Pa. 

Block & Bridle Club, Intercollegiate Livestock Judging Team, D.T.A., 

Intramurals. 

MARK HOUSE 
Bamer Rd. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

JOSEPH G. LALLI 

1342 S. 9th St. 

Phila, Pa. 19147 

Scuba Club Pres., Block & Bridle Club, Photo Club. 

E. RANDALL MILLER 
1409 Carlton Dr. 
Lancaster, Pa. 17601 

TIMOTHY PAXSON 
Star Route 
Parksburg, Pa. 19365 

BRUCE PRATT 
607 Dale Court 
River Vale, N.J. 07675 

MARK A. SCHNEIDER 

13 Gardenia Dr. 

Maple Shade, N.J. 08052 

DAVID SVERDUK 

182 James Street 

Toms River, N.J. 08753 

Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1; Apiary Society 1,2, 

3,4; Honey Sales Chairman 2,3 Pres. 4; Dorm Proctor 3,4; D.T.A. 3,4 Vice 

Pres. 4; Student Gov't. Rep. 3, Student Court Prosecutor 3; Block and 

Bridle 2,3,4; Program, Chairman 4. 



JOSEPH C. THONUS JR. 

70 Hilltop Rd. 

Mahwah, N.J. 07430 

Wrestling, Varsity Club, Block & Bridle. 

ALLAN H. VORHAUER 
R.D. #1 Box 560 
Portage, Pa. 15946 

Block & Bridle Club 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Varsity 2,3,4; Cross Coun- 
try 2,3; Livestock Judging 4. 

ALAN WEISGOLD 

801 Selmer Rd. 

Phila., Pa. 19116 

Block & Bridle Club 1,2,3,4; Intramural Basketball. Football. Baseball 4 

years; A-Day Rep. 1 year; Intercollegiate Livestock Judging Team. 

GARY D. WOODRUFF 

R.D. #1 Box 100 

Canonsburg, Pa. 15317 

J.V. Basketball 1; Block & Bridle; Intramural 72-73, V.P. 73-74. 

BIOLOGY 

DENNIS BAUER 
92 Briaroot Lane 
Levittown, Pa. 19054 

DAVID P. CHARRIER 

8 Notch Park Rd. 

Little Falls, N.J. 07424 

Yearbook — Staff 3, Co-Editor 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4 V.P. 2; A-Day Rep. 3, 

Pres. 3,4; Band 1,2,3; A-Dav Rep. 2, Pres. 3; Science Society 2; Ram 3; 

Photo Club 4, A-Day Rep. 4; I.C.C. 4; Tour Guide 4. 

STEVEN E. CSORGO JR. 

R.F.D. #4 Box 111 

Robbinsville, N.J. 08691 

Apiarist Society, A-Day Committee. 

STEPHEN DOWHAN 

40 Washington Parkway 

Bayonne, N.J. 07002 

Class Treasurer 2,3,4; Science Society V.P. 2,3. 

JACK FACCIOLO 
101 S. Oak Lane 
Primes, Pa. 19018 

CHARLES D. FERREE JR. 

45 West High St. 

Windsor, Pa. 17366 

Intramural Football, Softball, Vollyball; Glee Club. 

EUGENE FINK 
1832 Webster Lane 
Ambler, Pa. 19002 

NORMAN F. FINNANCE 

2600 Edfinn Rd. 

Silver Spring, Md. 20904 

A-Day, Apiarist Society, Block & Bridle Club, Glee Club, Newman Club, 

Ornamental Horticulture Society, Ram, Science Society, Weightlifing 

Club (Treasurer, A-Day Rep.), Cornucopia (Co-Editor). 

CAROL ANNE FINNIE 
P.O. Box 2 
Holicong, Pa. 18928 

DAVID HIBBS 
610 Delft Lane 
Hatboro, Pa. 19040 



CRAIG D. THATCHER 

2086 Jenkintown Rd. 

Glenside, Pa. 19038 

Block & Bridle Club, A-Day Show, D.T.A., Secretary of Class of 1974. 



DANIEL C. HOWARD 
R.D. #1 Box 101 
Wharton, N.J. 07885 
Science Society 1,2,3. 



MAKIANNK T. KNKBELS 

l.W W. Marshdll Avenue 

Lan|{h<irne, Va. I9017 

Cilee Club. Ski I'lub, Science Society, A-Uay. 

ROHKHT LKNNAHAN 

10 Bailey I'luce 

Sewaren. N..1. 07077 

Science Society 3,-J; Student (lov't. 1; Senior Class Vice President . 

WILLIAM L. LIITLK 
AM HulmeviUe Kd. 
Lanijhome, I'a. liKI-17 

DENNIS J. MANHECK 
R.D.ffl 

Robesonia, Pa. 19551 
Student Government. 

ROBERT H. POINSETT 

510 Burlington Avenue 

Bradley Beach. N.. I. 07720 

Science Society. Weightlifting Club, Intramural Football, Basketball, 

Softball. 

BRUCE N. RElNHARirr 

62 Balfour Lane 

Ramsey, N.J. 07446 

Glee Club 1,2; Dorm Counselor 3,4. 

PETER SCHMID 
1821 Rich Hill Rd. 
Feaster\ille. Pa. 19047 

STEVEN SHELLY 
814 Juniper St. 
Quakertown, Pa. 18951 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1, 



1,3,4 Pres. 1973-1974. 



MICHAEL STAUB 

6427 Palmetto St. 

Phila. Pa. 19111 

Bowling Team, Science Society. 

BRIAN VAN LENTEN 
514 Warren Avenue 
Ho-Ho-Kus. N.J. 07423 

DAVID L. WILSON 
15 Drexel Rd. 
Hatboro. Pa. 19040 
Tennis. Baseball. 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

IHOR B. ANDRIJIWSKYJ 

720GlenviewSt. 

Phila., Pa. 19111 

GERALD H. BEIL 
40 College Ave. 
Flourtown, Pa. 19031 

CH.ARLES G. BYRD 
349 W. 6th. St. 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

DONALD P. CAPONE 

1400 S.Dover St. 

Phila., Pa. 19146 

Football 1-2-3-4; Varsity Club. 

DANIEL DAMWEBER 
2103E. TreraontSt. 
Allentown, Pa. 18105 

JOHN D. DELPINO 

490 Hopwood Drive 

Warminster, Pa. 18974 

Vice President — Veterans Club; Treasurer — Business Club; Student 

Chairman — Delaware Valley College Career Conference. 



HARRY J DUMAS 
1833 0akmont St. 
Phila.. Pa. 19111 

DENNIS Dl'MSHA 
7515 Uirelto Ave. 
Phila., Pa. 19111 

GARVJ.FANKHOCSER 

2129 River Rd. 

Cornwells Heights, Pa. 19020 

Football 1,2; Baseball 2; Business Club. 

BRUCE FAKtil'HAH 

RD. «4 

Doylestown, Pa. IKiXll 

Wrestling; Flying; Business Club. 

RONALD A. FEUSSNER 

East South St. 
Freeland, Pa. 18224 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

VINCENT FLOCCO 

14:!7 Butler Pike 
Conshohocken. Pa. 19428 

CHAFILES KEVIN FOSTER 

7 Broad St. 

Florence, N.J. 08518 

Football 1.2,3.4; Ba.seball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3 years. 

Wll.I.iA.M K, (iADI) 

JOSEPH F. GALLICCHIO 

938 Claire Ave. 

Huntingdon Valley. Pa. 19006 

THOMAS GERARD 

4306AldineSt. 

Phila., Pa. 19136 

Freshmen Class Treasurer. Football Manager 1. 

MICHAEL GEROME 
175McKinleySt. 
Bristol, Pa. 19007 

ROBERT S. HORROCKS, JR. 
Skippack Pike 
Worcester, Pa. 19490 
Track; Business Club. 

RICHARD J. KOENIG 

130(1 Foulkrod St. 
Phila.. Pa. 19124 

JOHN LEINER 

60S. 3rd. St. 

Coplay, Pa. 18037 

Basketball; Business Clubs; Intramurals — Basketball. 

VINCENT J. McINTYRE 
113 Bonnett Lane 
Hatboro, Pa. 19040 
Business Club — 3 years. 

DONALD J. MURPHY 

Fenimore Rd., R.D. 2 

Mt. Holly. N.J. 08060 

Animal Husbandry Club 1; A-Day Representative 3; Apiarist Society 1,2, 

3.4; Track 1; Cross-Country 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4. 

TIMOTHY NOEL 
382 Davisville Rd. 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

STEPHEN S. PRZYUSKI 

2 EasthiU Drive 

Doylestown. Pa. 18901 

Business Club; A-Day Committee. 



Business Club 2,3,4. 



JAMES O. RIEGEL 
704 Abbey Lane 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 
Business Club. 

CHARLES T. ROLLER, JR. 

504 Corinthian Ave. 

Hatboro, Pa. 19040 

Ba.seball 1,2; Business Club — 3 yrs.; Business Club A-Day Committee 

Chairman 3; Business Club Activities Coordinator 4; Intraraurals. 

ROSS ROSENCRANCE 

Box 243 

Greeley, Pa. 18425 

ALEXANDER N. SAPHOS 
676 Parmentier Rd. 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 
Business Club. 

ROBERT J. SCOTT 
68 Elmwood Dr. 
Clifton, N.J. 07013 

DOUGLAS H. SMITH 
Spruce St. and Seiner Lane 
Apt. B-26 

Doylestown. Pa. 18901 
Veterans Club: Newspaper. 

GARY G. STOUDT 
2201 Northampton Ave. 
Northampton, Pa. 18067 
Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1, 

FRENCH STROTHER 

1558 Fairview Ave. 
Willow Grove, Pa. 19090 
Football; Baseball. 

ROBERT W. TAYLOR 

EDWARD C. VESEY, III 
543 Cedarbrook Rd. 
Southampton, Pa. 18966 

KENNETH R. WATKINS 
621 Lincoln Ave. 
Apt. B-3 

Morrisville, Pa. 19067 
Business Club; Veterans Club. 

RICHARD W. WEISEL 
1219 Horsham Rd. 
Ambler, Pa. 19002 
Business Club. 

TIMOTHY L WHITSON 
89 River Rd. 

Sayreville, N.J. 08872 

Tours 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Secretary 2; A-Day 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 2,3; Ram 3; Business Club 1,2,3,4; Newman Club 2; Year- 
book 3,4; Business Manager 4. 

EDMUND L. WOLFE 
SmithfieldRd. 
Milan, Pa. 18831 

THOMAS M. ZALASKY 
159 Berkshire Valley Rd. 
Kenvii, N.J. 07847 

Business Administration Society 1,2,3,4; A-Day Representative 3, Pres- 
ident 4; Track 1; Golf 2. 

LAWRENCE ZWOLAK 

300 Main St. 
Linfield, Pa. 19468 

PAUL ZWOLAK 

300 Main St. 
Linfield, Pa. 19468 



Chess Club, Chemistry Club 



CHEMISTRY 

JOHN C. GASKILL 
9436LansfordSt. 
Phila., Pa. 19114 
Intramural Bowling, A-Day 

WHARTON J. HIRST 
464 Claremont Rd. 
Springfield, Pa. 19064 
Chemistry Club. 



RICHARD D. OSMAN 

117 Maple Avenue 

Hatboro, Pa. 19040 

Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; A-Day 3,4, Sec-Treas 4; I.C.C. 1,2,3, 

4, Vice Pres. 3,4; Apairy Society 2,3,4, Sec. 4. 

PETER RIES JR. 
2185 Longiiiew Rd. 
Warrington, Pa. 18976 
Chemistry Club. 

DENNIS STEIGERWALT 
141 Birch Dr. 
Levittown, Pa. 19054 

ROBERT P. UPTON 
460 Almshouse Rd. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

DAIRY HUSBANDRY 

DAVID W. CROOKE 
R.D. =2 Box 259 
New Hope, Pa. 18938 
Glee Club, Dairy Society. 

FREEMAN EVANS 

R.D. #2 

Chester Springs, Pa. 19425 

JOHN E. GRICE 
R.D. #6 
Washington, Pa. 15301 

WILLIAM KAPICHOK 

1633 Main St. 
Trappe, Pa. 19426 

ROBERT McCOY 
R.D. *1 Box 249 
Aliquippa, Pa. 15001 

THOMAS McWILLIAMS 
R.D. #lBox213 
Pen Argyl, Pa. 18072 

ROBERT R. MORGAN 

11.58 Morgan Rd. 
Bridgeville, Pa. 15017 

STEVEN MOWRY 

R.D. #1 

Roaring Springs, Pa. 16673 

DAVID NEMETH 

R.D. #lBox8-B 

Campbell Hall, N.Y. 10916 

WAPO DJ: Intramural Softball, Volleyball. 

JANICE L. WAUGH 
244 Hillside Avenue 
Cranford, N.J. 07016 
Dairy Society. 

J. DAVID WIAND 
Box 176 R.D. »1 
Spring City, Pa. 19475 



BHADWIN WINTKKS 
321 W. Church St. 
Soiiiureot, Pa. 19901 
Dairy Society. 

FUOD INDUSTRY 

DOUGLAS ANDRUS 
R.D. «1 
Milan, Ch. 18931 
Food Industry Club 3,4. 

JOSKPH HALLANTYNK 

1 1 Oakhourne .•Xveiiue 

Wcsttown, Po. 

Food Industry Club, Intramurals. 

DOUGLAS L. ROCKOVEN 

W. MiunSt. 

Bnxikside, N..I. 

Koiid Industr.' Club, Delta Tau Alpah. 

THOMAS DelPlZZO 

627 Chain St. 

Norrlstown, Pa. 

Intramural Football, Volleyball; D.T.A.; F(H>d Industp.' Club. 

PAUL GIERING 
1108 Turner St. 
Allentown, Pa. 18102 

H. STEVEN KNITTEL 

562PedlevRd. 

PhUa., Pa. 

Food Industry Club, Intramurals. 

BRUCE R. LINKE 

812 Eight St. 

Union City. N.J. 07087 

Intramurals, Food Industry Club, Science Society, Delta Tau Alpha. 

JAMES MANNS 

57 Lurgan Rd. 

New Hope, Pa. 18938 

WILLL\M NESTEL 
3505 AshvilleSt. 
Phila., Pa. 19136 

ROBERT C. REITNAUER 
R.D. *4 Box 303 
Boyertown. Pa. 19512 

D. PARVIN RICHARDS 

W. Landis Avenue 

Bridgeton, N.J. 08302 

A.P.O. 1,2,3,4; Pres. 3; A-Day 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Food Industry Club 1,2, 

3,4;Treas.4;I.C.C.3. 

RICHARD SCHWARTZ 
R.D. 35 Box 449 
Newtown, N.J. 07860 

GARY J. SIMPSON 
395 Overland Dr. 
Stratford, Conn. 

Cross Country, Track, Varsity, Food Industry Club, Ski Club, Intra- 
murals. 

FRED WUSTHOLZ 
32 Leoson Parkway 
Old Tappan, N.J. 07675 

RAY YOURGALITE 
3363 Carter Lane 
Chester, Pa. 19013 



Kit IIAKl) A BAR TON 

Kl I I 

Stfwurt.stciwn, Pa. 17363 

Horticulture Society 1,2,3,4, InlriimurHls; (iolf 2,3. 

WINFREDP. COVVCll.L.IK 
36 Clarendon Ct. 
Metachen, N.J.()HH4II 

Track 3,4; .Ski Club; Weightlifting Club; .Student Gov't. Rep. 4; Intra- 
mural Football, BaHketball, Volleyball. 

LAWRENCE DELL 
2001 Duke St. 
Laureldale. Pa. 19605 

KIRBY ELLIS 

Box 14 Seldom Seen Road 

Bradfordwoods, Pa. 1,5015 

Horticulture Club, WAPO.Canoeiiit;, (limbing. Caving, Carousing. 

MICHAEL LAZIN 
16 .Stonglsign Dr. 
Lebanon, Pa. 17042 

ROSARIO A. LICCIARDELLO 

Box 25 A R.D. »2 

Russell Mill Raod 

Swedesboro, N.J. 08085 

Circle K. 3,4; Horticulture Club 2,3; D.T.A. 3,4; A.P.O. 1,2,3,4; Student 

Gov't. 2,3,4; Vice Pres. Freshman Class; President Junior Class. 

PAUL LOOSE 
R.D. #1 Box 194 
East Greenville, Pa. 

ROBERT NAYLOR 
1076 Brookdale Rd. 
Martinsville, N.J. 08836 

SUN G. PAIK 
P.O. Box 218 
Kwang Wha Moon 
Seoul, Korea 

LeROY W. PETTERS 
North Avenue & Pine St. 
Blue Anchor, N.J. 08037 
Football 1,2,3,4. 

JOHN ROBERT QUINN 
97 Greenleaf Avenue 
Staten Island, New York 10310 

Ornamental Horticulture Society 1,2,3,4; Treas. 2, Vice Pres. 3; Horticul- 
ture Society 2,3; Delta Tau Alpha 3,4 Secretary 4; Ram 1,2; Co-Editor 2; 
Class of 1974 Yearbook — Senior Section. 

THOMAS SCHULTZ 

219 Alabama Avenue 

Toms River, N.J. 

Student Gov't Rep., Scuba Club 1; Bowling 1,4. 

JOSEPH S. SOLOMON 

1459CrestonSt. 

Phila.. Pa. 19149 

Student Gov't. Rep., Horticulture Club. 

ARTHUR H. WEST JR. 

R.D.#1 

Allentown, N.J. 08501 

Intramural Softball and Volleyball; Horticulture CluD. 

CHRISTOPHER C. WOLF 
1568 Elkins Avenue 
Abington, Pa. 19001 
A.P.O., Equine. 



HORTICULTURE 



ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



DAVID L. BABCOCK 

York Road 

Hightstown, N.J. 08520 

President — Freshmen Class; President Intramural Bowling League: 

Range Officer — Delaware Valley College Fish and Game Association; 

Intramural — pool, bowling, football, baseball, pinball. 

CHARLES J. BOJACK JR. 
418 Crestwood Ave. 
Southampton, Pa. 19047 

Onr. Hort. Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Chorale 1,2,3,4; Treas. 3-4; Contem- 
porary Club 1,2,3,4 — Vice President 2,3,4; A-Day Committee 2-3; The 
Ram 1,2,3; Tour Guide 3,4. 

WILLIAM R. BRYNER 

1508 Sycamore Ave. 

N. Willow Grove, Pa. 19090 

RICHARD H. CAPALDO 
97 Cherry HUl Lane 
Broomall, Pa. 19008 
Intramurals 1,2. 

GARY T. FAFORD 

8117 Mart indale St. 

PhUa., Pa. 19136 

Ornamental Horticulture Society. 

CONRAD O. FONTAINE 
608 Ford St. 
Bridgeport, Pa. 19405 

JOSEPH E. FULGOLY, ID 

600 Iron HUl Rd. 

Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

Ornamental Hroticulture Club 2,3; Football 3,4; Winter Track 3. 

RUTH HARZULA 
537RiIlmanSt. 
Hillside, N.J. 07205 

ROBERT E. HEITZMAN 
347 Edstan Way 
Paramus, N.J. 17652 
A.P.O. 

CRAIG G. JACOBUS 
3 Oak Terrace 

Long Valley, N.J. 07853 

ROBERT H. JACOBUS 
42 Plymouth St. 
Fairfield, N.J. 07006 

PAUL K. KARCEWSKI 
749 Oak Park Rd. 
Hatfield, Pa. 19440 

Ski Club Treasurer, Vice President and President 1,2,3,4; A-Day Repre- 
sentative 1973; Om. Hort. Society Treasurer '73, 1,2,3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; 
I.C.C. 3,4; Photo Club 1. 

ANDREW KOTALIC 
246 Altamont Place 
Somerville, N.J. 08876 
Newspaper, School. 

WILLIAM A. LAPP 

438 Summit Ave. 

Cedarhurst, N.Y. 11516 

Intramural football 1,2,3,4; Intramural Basketball 1,3,4. 



ROBERT G. MILLER 

R.D. 5 - Box 585 

Flemington, N.J. 08822 

Om. Hort. Society; I.C.C; Photo Club; Glee Club; Yearbook. 

STEPHEN E. MOYER 
808 Quarry Rd. 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 
D.T.A. 

RICHARD C. OGLEVEE 

152 Oglevee Lane 

Connellsville, Pa. 15425 

Delaware Valley Rifle Club, Vice President 1; Delaware Valley Fish and 

Game, President 2,3; Intramural Football and Basketball. 

ROBERT J. PALAZZI 
746 9th St. 
Oakmont, Pa. 15139 
Intramural pinball. 

JOHN W. PATTEN 

31 Story St. 

New Egypt, N.J. 08533 

JULES PERLSTEIN 
R.D. #6 - Parvins Mill Rd. 
Bridgeton, N.J. 08302 

Om Hort. Society; Student Government, Coffee Houses; Concerts; Gui- 
tar and Music; Parties, Bull Shit.... 

JOHN W. RUBY, n 
402 Manor Drive 
Dublin, Pa. 18917 

NICHOLAS M. SACCO 

190 Washington St. 

Long Branch N.J. 07740 

Intramural football, basketball, volleyball and Softball. 

MARK W. SAUNDERS 

67 Milton Ave. 

Boston, Massachusetts 02109 

Om Hort. Society — President 3,4, A-Day Committee 2,3,4; Ram 2,3; Ski 

Club 2,3,4; Tour Guide 3,4. 

RAY C. SHIPE 

R.D. #3 

Sunbury, Pa. 17801 

Om. Hort. Society 1,2,3,4; Secretary 1. 

FREDERICK SMITH 
708 Sellers St. 
Jeannette, Pa. 15644 

GREGORY R. THIEL 
lOSFordhamSt. 
WUliston Park, N.Y. 11596 

Om Hort. Society 1; Cross Country 1,2; Intramural Bowling 3,4; Conser- 
vation Society 4. 

GERARD TUMOLO 
519 Collins Ave. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15206 

Range Office — Fish & Game Assn. 3; Student Govemment Rep. 2; In- 
tramural Bowling, Basketball, Football and Softball. 

LARRY J. WALL AC H 
31 Ackley Ave. 
Malveme, N.Y. 11565 



DAVID E. LOSER 

709 Paxson Ave. 

Wyncote, Pa. 19095 

Intramural Basketball; Dean's List 1,2,3,4; Choir. 

HOWARD MANDEL 
1718GoucherSt. 
Johnstown, Pa. 15905 



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ADVERTISING 



To the Senior Class of '74, 

Upon embarking into a world 
of turmoil and confusion — 



DESIDERATA 



G 



O PLACIDLY AMID THE NOISE & HASTL & 
REMEMBER WHAT PEACE THERE MA^ BE 
IN SILENCE. AS FAR AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT 



surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth 
quietly & clearly, and listen to others, even the dull & ignorant; 
thev too have then slorv W .Avoid loud &. aggressive persons, 
they are vexations to the spirit. It \'ou compare \'ourseil v\ith 
others, vou may become vain & bitter, tor alvvaA"- then v\ill be 
greater & lesser persons than X'ouiM-lt. Ln|o\' \'iuir ai, hiex fments 
as well as your plans. ^ Keep mtere^tud in Niuir nwvi career, 
however humble: it is a real po^^>."-'-ion in tlie changing torlune^ 
ot time. E\erL ise L aution in \'oui bu'-ines^ attairs: tor the v\'orld 
is tull ot tricker\- But let this ivit blind vou to v\hat \irtue there 
is: many persons strut' tor high ideaN and e\'er\'v\here lite is l"ull 
ot heroism. ^ Be vou r sol I Lspe^ iall\-, dn not teign attet tion 
Neither be i.\-ni(. al about hue: tor m the tatcnl all aridit\' & 
disfut hantment it is perennial as the grass. ^ Take kindK' the 
(.ounscl ot the veais gra^et ulK' surrendering the things ot \i)Uth. 
Nurtuir sin^ngth ot spirit to shield vou in sudden misti iii u nc. 
But do not distress \nuirselt with imaginings. Man\' teais ,ne 
born ot t atigue & loneliness. Bevond a wholesome dis(. iphnc. be 
gentle with %-oinselt . ^ ^ ou are a child ot the uni\ eisr no less 
than the trees & the stars: vou ha\'e a right to be here. .And 
whether or not it is clear to vou, no doubt the unixeise is un- 
tolding as it should ^ Theretore be at pea^e with Cod, 
whatever you concei\'e Hini to be, and whatever \our labors & 
aspirations, in the noisv contusion ot lite keep peace uith \'our 
soul. ^ With all Its sham, drudgery & broken droanis, it is 
still a beautiful world. Bei.aretul. Strive to be happy. ^ ^ 

MAX EHRMAMM 

1927 by Max Ehrmann All rights reserved. 
Copyright renewed 1954 by Bertha K. Ehrmann 
Reprinted by permission Crescendo Publishing 
Co., Boston, Mass. 

a thought to remember from 
the class of '76 

Tree 



Congratulations 
to the Class of 1974 




The Horticulture Society 




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Progress through Student Gov Y. 






Congratulations Seniors 



GOOD LUCK 



AND 



BEST WISHES 



To The Class Of 1974 



FROM 
THE AGRONOMY CLUB 

"Agronomists, Men Of The Earth" 



2l)l-(iy4-(n57 



HALEDON NURSERIES 



Evergreens, Shade Trees, Shrubs 



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Fish Pond Road 
Sewell, N.J. 08080 



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CORP 
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Dovlestown, Pa. 



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CARR'S 
FURNITURE 
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262 S. Main St. 
Doylestown, Pa. 



SERENDIPITY 

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Doylestown, Pa. 



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& BOOKSTORE 



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17 West State Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 



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Book Ordering Service 

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Best Wishes to Our Class 

The 3 
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from the Block and Bridle Club 



"A BUNCH OF BLOOMIN' LUCK' 




INI'plii 



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Congratulations To The Seniors 

Of Today 

And The Leaders Of Tomorrow! 




In Leadership, Friendship And 

Service 

The Brothers Of Alpha Phi 

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SA VINGS 

ANDL OAN ASSOCIA TION 

60 North Main 

Cross Keys Branch Rt. 611 

Doylestown, Pennsylvania 1890 



CONGRATULATIONS FROM 
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Compliments 

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Photography for 1974 Cornucopia by 

JEANSARDOU 
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A SPECIAL TRIBUTE 



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iiisOMpjariding Dedication to Delaware Valley College 



ALUMNI HONOR ROLL 



Albert Abelson '28 

Charles Abrams '16 

Sidney Adler "36 

George E. Aidman '18 

Jack (Jacob) Alson '42 

Victor Anderson '13, In memory of 

Frank S. Angelini, O.D. "69 

Edward C. Angell 

Albert Appel 

Robert C. Bay da '67 

Frederick W. Beach, Jr. 

Dave Benner '67 * 

R.I. "Benny" Benstead '57 

Manuel Berick '28 

Ervin Bilskv '42 

Barrv R. Blithe '68 

Allan H. Blitz 

Howard Block "69 

Henry Blume 

Ted Bowers 

Marvin Brand '62 

Dale R. Brenneman 

Dr. Arthur Brown 

Sidney Brunwasser '20 

Wm. James Burns "33 

Franklyn P. Bushnell '50 

Harry Chait 

Martin M. Cohien '25 

Michael E. Cohien '25 

Aaron W. Colten 

David J. Cramer 

Ray E. Cupples. Jr. '64 

I. Dagan 

Dr. Ronald H. Dalrymple '65 

Leonard M. Dansky '42 

Tappa Kega Dave '62 

Dennis J. Derr '73 

Ben Dinitz "34 

Alfred S. Douglas 

James A. Douglass '70 

A. Leigh Edwards '66 

Carl C. Eisele 

Samuel Erde '17 

Henry Fairstone "23 

Theodore Fertik '29 

Stanlev Fidell '29 

Paul Fitch '69 

I. Tod Flaum 

John A. Florio 

Lewis I. Fox '22 

William Fox '28 

Alan R. Feieman. D.M.D. 

Charles Garment 

Thomas W. Garton. Jr. '70 

George (Bud) Geiger '68 

Samuel M. Golden '22 

Charles Goodman '33 

Edward "Ed," Gordon '26 

Raymond W. Gotthardt '71 



Walter J. Groman '20 

Paul B. Gross '68 

Dennis S. Gural '65 

Robert C. Hasselbauer 

Dave Heebner 

William Henry 

Pete Herman '23 

Dr. M. Peter Hoffman "63 

Albert W. Hoguet, Jr. 

Walter L. Holt, Jr. 

Joe Jolof '39 

Jeffrv Jon '67 

Mr. & Mrs. Ted Kabat, Jr. 

Carl Kahan '31 

V'ictor & Jane Kalina 

Dennis F. Kalinowski '69 

David Kaplan "30 

Warren F. Kastner "41 

Dr. & Mrs. Walter J. Render "57 

Russell G. Kenny. Jr. 

Joseph H. Kershner 

The Dale Kinneys 

David M. Kipphut "73 

Burton L. Klein 

Irwin Klein "26 

Larry Klein 

Marvin J. Klein 

Allen Klevansky 

Irving Duke Koltnow 

Theodore Krause "30 

Harry Krisher '22 

Carl F. Leutner '52 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Levin '69 

Norman Lewis "24 

Kalman Liske 

Henri J. Liva 

Curtis W. Loser, '43 

George Blanchard Lucas '35 

M. Elizabeth Maddock '70 

Arnold Malin '41 

Peter Matcovich '34 

Albert Matlaf '27 

Kenneth B. Mayer 

Larry Mazer '36 

J.B.Mcbcool, Jr. '18 

Gerald P. McMahon 

Mark McPeak 

Stanley H. Michalak '32 

Samuel L. Miller, In memory of 

John R. MoUick '43 

Nate Moser '32 

Aaron Moskowitz '20 

Louis J. Mostardi 

William T. Mulvey, Jr. 

Joseph S. Nathanson '42 

Pete Nicas '59 

Myron J. Nickman '39 

Louis Xison '35 

W. James Orem "57 



Carl Pearlstein 

LeoM. Perkes "38 

Anthony R. Perri 

Mark Piznik '73 

Edward D. Plotka 

Arthur Foley and Family '54 

James Powell (Pollachek) '33 

Mike "Pram" Pramick 

Richard Raben '44 

Joseph Raskin '32 

Walter G. Redfern '37 

Al. Rellis '30 

Paul D. Rohr '59 

Dr. Edward L. Rose, D.V.M. '68 

Albert Rosen '32 

Bernard Rosenman '28 

Leon Rosenzweig (Rosey) '29 

Charles S, Roth 

Louis D. Rummel '26 

Michael Sampson 

Raymond J. Samulis "73 

Mike Scheier '50 

Emanuel Schnall '37 

Steve L. Schwartz 

Charles W. Schwerin 

Herbert F. Scott '40 

J. Edward Seipp '30 

Donald Francis Selak '50 

Max Seligman '38 

Robert A. Sills '65 

Alexander S. Silver 

Gary & Pat Simone 

George P. Smith '32 

William Smukler '37 

Linda & Dion Snyder '69 

Sally & Max King Steinberg '28 

Irwin Stenn "29 

Edward Wm. Taggart 

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Thomas 

A Semi-Good "Touchie"" '73 

Rube Tunick 28 

Julius Ulman "15 

Saul Waldman "34 

Theodore R. Waring "34 

Dave Washko & Family "67 

Ira Wechsler "27 

Fred H. Weigle "14 

Neil R. Weinberg '69 

Harry Weissman '29 

William B. Welling, Jr. 

J. Bradley Wise '72 

Frank Wolfe 

Morris Wolfson 

Dick Woolsej' 

Dr. & Mrs. James Work 

Edward Zaratarian 

Bernard Zeigler '35 

Ronald N. Zeiner 

Albert Zolotor 



PARENT PATRONS 



Robert Baker 

Mr. & Mrs. .lohn S. Barton 

('harlotte \i. Beers 

Mr. c^: Mrs. -lohn K. Bernetskie 

Mr. Hoy I.. Biddle 

Mr. & Mrs. \V. Bleicher. Sr. 

Donald Bt)ckoven 

Mrs. Kiiiil Bolehala 

Mr. ii Mrs. U.B. Bowersock 

Mr. ic Mrs. Richard L. Bowman 

Charles A. Buck 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Vincent Byrne 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Cantaluppi. Sr. 

Lorraine M. & Arthur .J. Catino 

Charles H. Charrier 

Leona C. (^harrier 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph O. Claypoi)le. Jr. 

Lincoln H. Colby 

Mr. & Mrs. Klmer Conn 

Mr. & Mrs. John D. Cope 

Mr. & Mrs. W.P. Cowgill 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Cronce 

Mr. & .Mrs. Worth B. Cunningham 

Tom (.<: Dot Daley 

Mrs. Klizaheth M. Davies 

Mr. & .Mrs. Raymond Davis 

Lt. Col. (Ret.) & Mrs. Robert A. 

Delpino 
Dr. \- Mrs. Dominic DiBalsi 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dyson 
Mrs. Ruth L. Einhorn 
Norman Ellis 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Ellis. Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Enterline 
.Mr. & Mrs. Harvey FaFord 
Mr. !& Mrs. -John E. Fallenstein. Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Fallon 
Bert Fantuzzi 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank P. Felton, :Jrd 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Ferree. -Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy K. P'eussner 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene .A. Fink, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Finnance 
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Flocco 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Forsyth 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Foster 
Mrs. Robert Fretz 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Fulcoly. Jr. 
Louis P. Gala 
Earl Gardner 
John L Gaskill 
Paul J. & Felice G. Giering 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Gourley 
Carolyn J. Griffiths 
Mr. & Mrs. George E. Gross 
Loretta E. Haberacker 



\'..\. Harrington 

Theodore F. Harrington 

Mr. i; .Mrs. Thonias Harzula 

Mr. ^: Mrs. Carol Heniie 

Mr. 1.^ .Mrs. Lawrence Hepner. .Sr. 

Mr. \: .Mrs. Samuel A. High 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Hirst,. Ir. 

Mr. & Mrs. Wharton .M. Hirst 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Holtzman 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Horn. -Ir. 

.Mr. & .Mrs. John E. Hunt 

Mr. & Mrs. John Jacob 

C.R. Jacobus 

Aleck T. Kahii 

Mr. & Mrs. D. Kaplan 

Mr. & Mrs. .-X.-S. Karcewski 

Mr. <.<: .Mrs. Reuben Keesler 

Mrs. Gladys A. Kernan 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kielblock. Sr. 

A. A. Koenig 

Mr. & Mrs. Jos. Koenig 

Dr. & Mrs. Edward R. Kramer 

A.C. Kratz 

Mr. & Mrs. George Lampson 

Mr. & .Mrs. Charles E. Lapp, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. James H. Lee, Jr. 

F. E. Leighton 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Lennahan 

William A. Lentz 

.Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Linke 

Mr. & Mrs. George Lohin 

William J. Loughlin 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Luybli 

Robert H. Manbeck 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald .Mandel 

Mr. & Mrs, Angelo Mangione 

Mrs. Charles Mattis 

Miss Florence Mattis 

Justin Mc.Aghon 

Robert & Rose Marie McFie 

Mr. & Mrs. (iene F. McCirady 

Jack McShane 

Claude G. McVaugh 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. McWilliams 

Mr. & Mrs, George E, Miller 

Mr, & Mrs. Lerov Milstein 

Mr. & Mrs, G.H.Morgan 

Robert Mowrey 

Mr. & Mrs. James F. Murphv 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph A. Navlor 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. (XNeill 

Frederick J. Perlstein 

Mr. & Mrs. Norwood D. Peters 

Mr. & Mrs. H.F. Petters, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Pezza 

Dr. & Mrs. Michael Pierce 



Mrs. Myron F. I'oinseii 

The Poley Family 

Mr. & .Mrs. Stanley Ptaszkowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Harnid .1. (Juazza 

F'rank Quinn 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen l^.inin 

Mr. & Mrs, Thomas S. C^iinn 

Mrs, A.J, Rathjens 

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert D. Rawlings 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold N. Repair 

Mr, & Mrs, Peter Ries, Sr. 

Mr, & Mrs, Ross U, Rosencrance, Sr, 

Mr. & Mrs. L. Donald Richards 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Salber 

Mgt. Saunders 

Mr. & Mrs. John T. Saylock 

Mr, & Mrs, John Scott 

Mr. Melvin L. Shaub 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Wayne Shaw 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Shelly 

Mr. & Mrs. James Shepley 

Mr. & Mrs. Si nary Shipe 

John .Silan 

Skip & Shirley .Skolnik 

Mr. & Mrs. Ed Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Elliott F. Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred G. Smith 

Mr. & .Mrs. Michael Staub 

Mr. & .Mrs. George R. .Stein 

Mr. & .Mrs. (liulio Stoffella 

.Andrew Sventv 

Mr. & Mrs. O.Thatcher 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert E. Thiel 

Arthur & Edna Thomas 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin -I. Tietjen 

Winslow Towle 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Traynor 

Mr. & Mrs. B. Van Lenten 

Robert Van Sciver 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Wagner 

Dr. Stanley Warmflash 

Mrs. Gloria M. Weedeman 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Weisgold 

Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Weiss 

Mr. & Mrs. George M. Werkheiser 

Arthur H. West. Sr. 

Mrs. Ann Weeks White 

Mr. & Mrs. Gail F. Whitson 

Mr. & Mrs. John Wieliczki 

Mr. & Mrs. Russell W. Wilson 

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Wood, Sr, 

Mr, & Mrs. Charles E. Yeager 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Yerkes 

Mr. & Mrs. George Yockobishen 

Mr. & Mrs, John G. Yurkanin, Jr, 

Mr, & Mrs. Alphonse S, Zimba, Sr. 



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