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CORNUCOPIA 




1975 



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1975 
CORNUCOPIA 

DEL A WARE VALLEY COLLEGE 

OF SCIENCE AND A GRICUL TURE 

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THE GINKGO! 



For several reasons, the ginkgo tree has become symbolic of 
the Delaware Valley College campus. Because of its morpho- 
logical significance and its value as a living fossil, it is a subject 
of college biology and botany studies. Theesthetically pleasing 
fan shaped leaves with their bright yellow autumn color com- 
bined with the tree's stately appearance, give reason for admir- 
ation of it's unique beauty. And lastly, the ginkgo berries on 
the trees that line "Ginkgo Lane" are the target of many crazy 
jokes and pranks among the students. 












ESSENTIA LS FOR GROWTH 



Just as the ginko berry, with the potential to become a mature 
tree, we, as freshmen entering DVC, had the potential to 
mature and become assets to society. But we needed an edu- 
cation to help us to develop and grow in knowledge as does 
the ginko berry require fertile ground to develop. 






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RECEPTIVE. . 



Embarking upon our education, we begin to 
open and expand our minds to new ideas and 
trends, just as the ginkgo berry germinates after 
the outer covering splits to make room for new 
growth. 







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As the ginkgo seedling develops and matures into 
a tree, we too develop during our four years here, 
inheriting a deeper understanding, a greater 
awareness of life, and a realization of how we can 
live it most successfully and happily. 



RESPONSIVE 




MA TURITY 



After graduation we go out into the world and 
contribute what we have learned and experienced 
just as the mature ginkgo sheds its berries from 
which grow more of the uniquely beautiful ginkgo 
trees. 








CONTINUATION. 








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MR. RONALD C. DEERING. B.S.. M.S. 
Associate Professor of Biolog> 




Class oj 1975 

l)flii\Miri' Wilier College 

Dear hriends: 

To work in close association with youth is one of the great joys in life for anyone interested in the creative 
efforts oj man. The inspirations of the young are the flames, their aspirations the forces which shape primordial 
stuff oj all kinds into unique cunjiguralions on the anvil of life. This capability of the young is the essence of life 
for the adventurous and questing. 

It has been my good fortune to work within circles of youth all of my life, competing with it in earlier years 
in art and then scientific research, and finally wrestling with it in eyeball to eyeball teaching with no holds barred. 
Surges of Joy arise within me when I recall successes shared with youth, some with several of your class, which 
mark real accomplishments, small perhaps in the general sense, but of vital importance to those engaged in the 
endeavors as persons of hope and sensitivity. 

The future beckons all of us everywhere in lime and space. \'ou are to enter the larger world there to jousi or 
be jousted, to shape and be shaped, to earn and give, to be hurt and to heal. You are to enter this world during 
one of its many difficult periods. No person can advise you truly. Today's revolutions are too numerous and 
unfathomable for any to speak from a position of cocooned security, f^'e are all subject to the hazards and 
complexities prevalent. Your wit must be your guiding sense: your best judgement your shield. Let the latter be 
tough but malleable and look Jor some laughter whatever the threatening chagrin. Men of good will have always 
achieved a respected place in history whatever the difficulties of their day. Respect carries its own riches. 

I. too. am changing course, not to go into shaded retirement, but to take up the pursuit oj old goals. So there 
is an ending of sorts here — a double parting jor all oj us. The most singular thing which makes this parting 
memorable for me is the image of the Aggie which comes to me now as it will in the future — a man of character, 
resourceful in abilities — a man for all seasons. There is nothing stereotyped in the image jor each Aggie is his 
own ftian. warm and likable in his own way. One wishes there were more like him in today's world. 

As for the young ladies recently entered the College and now graduating with your class, these have amply 
demonstrated they have a zing of their own which more than matches the Aggie zapp. Indeed one already can 
foretell some oj these girls are going to become forefront counselors in tomorrow's society. 

Of course I congratulate each of you on your graduation and wish you Godspeed in the future. You graduation 
is a joy to many, particularly you parents. You have become the standard-bearer of all of our heritages. Parents 
and teachers are homologous. I, as do your parents and other teachers, gain my reward from pride in the 
soundness of your promise and the depth of your resolution. May the future be kind to you. 

Sincerely. 
Ronald C. Deering 






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WNISTRA TION 
AND FACULTY 





WillettaK.Gourley 
Assistant Secretary of the Corporation 




Winton Tolles 
Acting President 



Agnes Wilson 
P. A. Assistant 



Clara M. DeCoursey 
Purchasing Agent 




Joseph E. Fulcol\ 
Director of Student Counsehng Services 




Joshua Feldstein 

Dean 

Chairman, Division of Plant Science 



Elizabeth Evans 
Asst. Secretary of the Corporation 




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Jean H. Work 
Administrative Asst., Business Manager 



Lionel M Adcisuri 
Associate Dean, Chairman, Division of Science 








Elmer G. Reiter, Jr. 
Comptroller, Asst. Treasurer 





Accounting Office 



Joan Gomeringer 
Secretary to Mr. McClelland And Mr. Hegyes 






Doren DeJulio 
Switchboard 




Joan Holt 
Secretary to Dr. Tolles. Dr. Feldstein and Mr. Adelson 




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Sharon Galiiz 
Secretary to Mr. Sauer 




Robert Sauer 
Dir. Financial Aid Adviser to 1975 Cornucopia 




Emily Aulenbach 
Secretary to Mr. Larsson 



Boyd Ghering 
Chairman Evening and Summer School 



Theresa Cherry 
Secretary to Mr. Ghering 





Gloria Faaet 
Secretary to Mr. Tasker 





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Dean of Students 





Stanley A. Sitarski 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Shirley Finnie 
Secretary to Mr. Sitarski 




Oskar H. Larsson 
Registrar 





H.\\illiamCrd\er 
Director o\ Admissions 




Phyllis Slille 
Secretary to Admissions 



Elaine McGeady 
Secretary to Admissions 




Linda Evans 
Admissions Counselor 




Stephen W. Zenko 
Admis'-ions Counselor 




Barry Snyder 
Admissions Counselor 




Brent Franklin 
Admissions Counselor 



GENERAL 
STUDIES 




Richard C. Ziemer 
Associate Professor of General Studies 





Dr. George Keys 
Chairman, General Studies Division 



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Sally Smith 
Instructor in English 



bdward I.Gavin hdwin C. Lawrence 
Instructors in General Studies 




Gordon Roberts 
Assistant Professor of General Studies 





Peter (ilick 
Professor of General Studies 



Edward O'Brien 
Assistant Professor of General Studies 





Paul Wade 
Instructor in General Studies 



Edward Rogers 
Instructor in General Studies 



SPECIAL 
STUDIES 





Edith M. Prundeanu 
Special Instructor in German 



James O'Reilly 
Instructor in Art 



Robert Fitt 
Instructor in Music 




Joann Roberts 
Instructor in Music 







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MA TH A ND 
PHYSICS 




Paul D. Trembeth 
Instructor in Mathematics 




James Popham 
Associate Professor in Mathematics 



Francis Hofstaedter 
Associate Professor in Phvsics and Mathematics 




Theodore Christie. Jr. 
Assistant Professor in Mathematics 




Michael Tabachnick 
Assistant Professor in Physics 




LIBRARY STAFF 




C£.V7-£/? Carolyn Milheim 
Head Librarian 



Edna Ney 
Secrelar\ to Poultry Lab. 



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Charles Conover 
Senior Baclenoloeist 





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Associate Professor of Poultry Pathology 






Dr. Richard Schumacher 
College Physician 




INFIRMARY 



Elizabeth Potts 
College Nurse 




Mildred Gulick 
Staff Resident 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 




Dorothy Kollinger 
Secretary to Mr. Silan 






John Silan — Chairman of Health Services 
Physical Education and Athletics 




h. Robert Marshall 
Instructor in Physical Education 



John Hardy 
Instructor in Physical Education 







FOOD 
SER VICE 







Purcell Robinson 





Johanna Keunecke 
Supervisor of Housekeeping 



Michael Pence 
Chief of Security 




Maintenance Department 
FAR LEFT. Joseph Troxell. Superintendant 




CAMPUS 
STAFF 




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JOHN SILAN—A THLETIC DIRECTOR 






A MESSAGE TO THE ATHLETES ■ 

' OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1975 

Graduation once again has made its dent into the athletic program which has provided many thrills and moments 
of joy for the student body of Delaware Valley College. Many lessons shall be applied today that were learned 
yesterday in the field of competition, such as, the will to win, the desire to excel, the motivation to achieve, the 
desire to establish new records and attain a goal, and to provide leadership which our present society needs. The 
lessons learned from participation can be applied in all fields, not only that of competitive athletics. 

Athletics represents a bastion of strength to confront the problems in today's society and look upon as a game 
where one can rally and find cause for hope. Never in this nation's history has there been a greater need for 
individual pride and the wherewithal to stand up and be counted. College athletics, strong and fair competition, 
and an inner desire to be proud of one's accomplishment goes a long way in aiding development of young people 
of today for the rigors of tomorrow. 

The main issue in life is not the victory, but the fight — the essential thing is not to have won but to have fought 
well. Remember this as you go on. 

The Department extends a heartfelt thanks for the work, the tears, and the joys you have given and wishes ail 
the success to each graduating athlete. 

JOHNSILAN 



FOOTBALL 




FIRST ROW i LEFT TO RIGHT} — Sieve Corman (Student Trainer), Jude McKenna. Mike Ellis, Charles Monteleone, Bob Fullerton. 
Tom Smyth (Co-Captain), Fltvd Alderfer (Co-Captain). Allan Bartlebaugh. Greg Silenok, Ted King. Frank AH (Head Manager). SECOSD 
ROVy (LEFT TO RlGHTl - Jan Gaubv. John Edwards, Willie Debnam. Len Mahoney. Ben Snyder. JetT Weist. Jack Fallenstein. Bob Ni- 
cholson. Bill O'Neill. Mike Rinaldi. Walt Rybas. Tom Byrnes. THIRD ROW i LEFT TO RIGHT) -l\m Boyce. Scott Melroy. Mike Hann, 
Ken Brokenborough. Jon Barkman. Scott Kingsbauer. Mike Konoza. Tim Orr. Charles Comstock. Ed Peyton. Bob Mekel. FOURTH ROW 
I LEFT TO RlGHTl — Ron Suber (Manaeer). Eueene Kittles. Ed Cini. John Maloney. Bill Stewart. Steve Hertig. Dan Schoonmaker. Dick 
Kling. Fitzgerald Gittens. Gary Driesbach.^red Zeidler. FIFTH ROW iLEFT TO RlGHTi Dennis Werner. Dick Taccomelli. Matthew 
Lipton. Joe Porawski. Pat Shive. Jim Sutton. Dennis Helmstetter. Bob Barnes. Don Stamm. Wayne Tucker (Manager). SIXTH ROW 
ILEFT TO RIGHT) — E. Kenneth .\chuff (Defensive), Dan Greenland (Defensive Backfield Coach). Tom Shreiner (Head Coach), John 
Hardy (Offensive Line Coach). Joel Brown (Offensive Backfield Coach). John Silan (Director of Athletics). Louis Hegyes (Director of Sports 
Information). 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Co-Captains Tom Smyth and Keith Alderfer with Coach 
Shreiner. 



DVC 





Grove City 


14 


DVC 


9 


Moravian 


14 


DVC 


13 


Albright 


37 


DVC 


50 


Upsala 


6 


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Susquehanna 


14 


DVC 


19 


Lycoming 


13 


DVC 


7 


Juniata 


18 


DVC 

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14 


Wilkes 


24 




SENIORS 




CAMERA SHY: 
William Ward 



Delaware Valley's 1974 Football team can be sum- 
marized in two words, young and inexperienced. 
The Aggies had as many freshmen starting as they 
had seniors on the team. The teanfi's 2-6 record 
could have been much more respectable had a few 
untimely mistakes been eliminated. 

Under the leadership of co-captains Keith Alderfer 
and Tom Smyth, the team did produce many excit- 
ing moments throughout the season. The Aggies 
first victory was a 50-6 Homecoming win over Up- 
sala. The second win was a result of a ninety-six 
yard drive with less than four minutes to play 
against Lycoming. The team turned in very credi- 
table performances against Moravian, Susque- 
hanna, Juniata, and Wilkes but fell short in each 
encounter. 







Defense was the team's strong suit, ranking second 
in the conference. The defense was led by seniors 
Tom Smyth, named the outstanding defensive 
lineman; Alan Bartlebaugh, a first team All-MAC 
selection; Bud Fullerton, named the outstanding 
defensive back and Mark Belinsky, named the out- 
standing defensive player in the Anthracite Bowl. 
Other members of the defense were Greg Silenok, 
Ted King, Bill O'Neill, Mike Hann, Tim Boyce, 
Fitz Gittens and Scott Melroy. 

All-MAC fullback, Keith Alderfer, led the Aggies 
offensive attack. Keith established himself as the 
all-time leading rusher for Delaware Valley carry- 
ing the ball for a total of 1,869 yards throughout 
his career. Keith also was named the outstanding 
offensive back and received the James Work 
Award. Mike Ellis, the outstanding offensive line- 
man, was the mainstay in the offensive line. Other 
offensive players who performed very creditably 
were backs Tim Orr, John Maloney, Willie Deb- 
nam, who set a single game record for yards gained 
on punt returns with 106 yards against Upsala, 
Jack Fallenstein, Ken Brokenborough and Scott 
Kingsbauer. In addition to Mike Ellis, the other 
starting offensive linemen were Mike Rinaldi, First 
team All-MAC tackle, Jude McKenna, John Ed- 
wards, Len Mahoney, and Jan Gauby. 

1974 was a difficult season, but the future for Ag- 
gie Football looks bright. Among the returning 
players are thirty lettermen with sixteen of them 
being starters this past season. Combined exper- 
ience and the attitude established by the seniors 
and things should be better in 1975. 






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CROSS COUNTR Y 1974 




FIRST ROW I LEFT TO RIGHT) —Donna Foley. Manager. Carl Kegel. Ray Bryson, Chuck Moose. Tim Manning Captain. Harold 
Dambly. Dr. Berthold (Head Coach). SECO.\D ROM i LEFT TO RIGHTl — Mark W ilson. Dave Stull. Paul Bernett. BaTry Hossler. Gerry- 
O'Connor. Bob Gerberich. Randv Naser. 



The Del Val Cross Country Team completed another excellent season winning 
12 of their 14 dual meets and finishing in 6th place out of the 22 colleges entered 
in the conference championship meet. 

This year's team was spearheaded by two fine senior athletes Barry Hossler and 
Tim Manning. Barry finished first or tied for in 10 of the meets establishing 
one course record at Lebanon Valley College. Tim, who captained the team and 
received the Most Valuable Harrier Award, tied for first twice and finished 
second in 8 other meets. The other senior on the team was the manager Bill 
Conn. 

Rounding out the rest of the scores for the thinclads were: Freshman Jerry 
O'Connor who although hampered by an injury was a consistent performer 
throughout the season; Ray Bryson, also a Freshman, who was incapicated by 
a serious injury late in the season which prevented him from competiting in the 
championships which definitely detracted from the team's overall showing in 
that meet: Sophomores Dave Stull and Paul Bernett the latter of which who 
showed marked improvement over the season and finished third man for the 
team in the MACs; also figuring in the scoring were juniors Chuck Moose and 
Mark Wilson. 

Coach Berthold's early season outlook for the harriers was anythmg but opto- 
mistic due to the loss of five key men from the 1973 squad plus many injuries. 
However, as injuries began to respond to treatment there was a corresponding 
lift in team spirit and team determination with the resulting successful season. 

In addition to the win — loss record, the season was also noteworthy in that 
the win over Lebanon Valley was the 100th since the inception of cross country 
at D.V.C. in 1960. The 12 wins recorded during 1974 also are the most ever 
recorded by a Del Val cross country team in a season. 1974 also saw the first 
co-ed to compete in a Del Val varsity cross country meet. Jude Hall running 
on the Upsala team completed the 5 mile course in 43:27. 




SENIORS 



Fear is the mind-killer. 

Fear is the little death that brings 

total obliteration. 

I will face my tear. 

I will permit it to pass over me and 

through me. 

And when it has gone past me, 1 will 

turn to see fear's path. 

Where the fear has gone there will be 

nothing. 

Only I will remain. 

! from Dune by Frank Herbert 




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SCORES 






Lebanon Valley 


15 


DVC 


46 


Wilkes 


21 


DVC 


40 


Elizabeth 


20 


DVC 


41 


Wagner 


15 


DVC 


50 


F&M 


17 


DVC 


41 


Juaniata 


35 


DVC 


23 


Widener 


33 


DVC 


22 


Upsala 


15 


DVC 


49 


Dickinson 


1 


DVC 


34 


Muhlenberg 


24 


DVC 


34 


Albright 


19 


DVC 


37 


Textile 


15 


DVC 


40 


Susquehanna 


15 


DVC 


47 


Ursinus 


24 


DVC 


31 





HOCKEY 1974 




FIRST ROW ~ {LEFT TO RIGHT) Betty Foy. Audrey Mather, Helen Dunbar, Debbie Ralston (Co-captain), Patty Hilton. SECOND 
ROW ^ {LEFT TO RIGHT) Sue Cromwell. Barb Mc Donald, Barb Novak, Cammy Wood, Kalhy Faherty, Dcloris Heisey, THIRD ROW 
— (LEFT TO RIGHT) Mrs. Vellner, Dale Wolfrum, Cathy Cochlin, Joan Hewett, Holly Deitch (Co-captain), Laurie Sterling, Mena Hautau 



Delaware Valley College inaugu rated its first women's intercolle- 
giate field hockey team in the autumn of 1974. Led by co-captains 
Debbie Ralston and Holly Deitch, The "aggies" recorded one win, 
one tie, and two losses in a four game schedule which included: 
Bucks County Community College, Montgomery County Commun- 
ity College, Lehigh University, and Lafayette College. 

Offensively the "aggies" were guided by freshman Dale Wolfrum 
who tallied all five goals for Del Val. Sue Cromwell, Holly Deitch, 
Audrey Mather, and Debbie Ralston provided excessive defensive 
strength allowing the opponents an average of only two goals per 
game. 

The initial hockey season proved to be a stepping stone for increased 
athletic competition, and the women at Delaware Valley College are 
looking forward to a prosperous future in athletics. 




Coach Peggy Vellner 



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DVC 





Lehigh 


2 


DVC 


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BASKETBALL 




lu Ron LLFT TO RIOHT Watson. D Paslucha. J Harrington. J Silan. M, W ells, J, Rodenbaugh. J. Morose. :riJ ROli LEFT TO 
RIGHT John Silan.Sr.. Head Coach. J McLaughlin. R Walsh. R. Slawta. D, Whittaker. R tinhorn. F. Wolfaana. .Assistant Coach. 



The highlight of the 1974-75 Dela^^are Valley Col- 
lege basketball season Mas the 500th career coach- 
ing victory for retiring Head Basketball Coach 
John Silan against Muhlenberg on February 10, 
1975. The Aggies defeated Muhlenberg by a 59-54 
margin to help Coach Silan reach the coveted 500 
win plateau. 

During the 1974-75 campaign the Aggies recorded 
a 6-16 mark. A knee injury to high scoring forward 
Dennis Pastucha proved costly to Del Val. Even 
though Pastucha missed five games because of his 
injury, he was still the squad's leading scorer with 
280 points for a 16.4 average. Pastucha was Jol- 
lowed in the scoring race by senior Captain John 
Silan Jr. and senior Jack Harrington. Silan totaled 
246 points jor a 11.1 average while Harrington 
netted 222 points for a 10.0 average. 

Senior Jack Harrington of Bethlehem. Pa. led the 
team in rebounding with a total of 168. He was 
closely J'ollowed by sophomore John "J.J." Roden- 
baugh with 159 and sophomore Dennis Pastucha 
with 156. 

The young team which lost only three seniors will 
be searching Jbr able replacements for the scoring 
and rebounding strength of Harrington. Silan. and 
Mike Wells ofStroudsburg, Pa. 

Individual highs for the season include Dennis Pas- 
tucha' s 28 points against Eastern College and Jack 
Harrington's 21 rebounds in the Philadelphia 
Pharmacy contest. 

Besides the Aggies thrilling victory over Muhlen- 
berg, the team also scored e.xciting victories against 
Philadelphia Pharmacy 74-70. Lrsinus 79-78 in 
overtime. 69-66 versus Drew. 79-76 over Lrsinus in 
the Doylestown Jaycee Holiday Tournament and a 
76-59 trouncing oj Eastern College. 

Following the season it was announced that Assis- 
tant Coach Frank Woljgang will take over the 
Head Coaching chores while Steve Zenko will 
Kerve as the Assistant Coach. 




Retiring Head Coach John Silan and .Asst. Frank W olfgang 



SENIORS 




GIRL'S BASKETBALL 




FIRST ROH L TO R: P. Hilion. L. kalmbach, J. Kirk. S. Cromwell. B. McDonald. H. One SECOND ROM D. Heisev. C. Zoller. D. 
Foley, D. Cole. H. Deitch. C. Cochlin. P. Courtney, Coach Vellner. 



Led offensively by Co-captains Janice Kirk 
(68 points) and Diane Cole (48 points), the 
lady Aggies concluded their inaugural cam- 
paign with an impressive 4 — record. Com- 
plimenting a strong offensive attack of 213 
points, the Aggie defense, with a great effort 
from freshmen Sue Cromwell and Helen 
Otte, held the opposing teams to 1 1 1 points. 

With the possibility of an increased schedule, 
and the continuance of daily seasonal work- 
outs, the future of girKs intercollegiate bas- 
ketball at DVC remains bright. 



DVC 


35 


PRINCETON II 


29 


DVC 


62 


EPISCOP.AL 


19 


DVC 


52 


RIDER 


29 


DVC 


64 


TEMPLE-AMBLER 


34 




Co-captains Janice Kirk and Diane Cole with Coach Peggy \ellner. 



WRESTLING 




FIRST ROW L TO R J. France. S. Smith. S. Marshall. J.Walker . G. LaCava, R. Homan. T. Hunter. J. Hopps. S. Corman. SECOND ROW: 
Coach Marshall. D Mover. J Zalanck. P LeVan. D. Bender. D. Cope. .M Bartlebaugh. T. King. Dave Perrv. E. Eisenhart. A. Koenig, Coach 
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Wrestlers End Dual Season 1 1 



The Delaware Valley College wrestling team with their 31-14 
victor)' in their final match of the season with Western Mary- 
land, recorded their second highest total number of victories in 
one season since the sport w as started in 1 962. 

A very good statistic to show an indication of the team's 
strength this year was the average points scored against DVC 
as compared to the average points DVC scored against their 
opponents. DVC scored an average of 30 points over its 14 
opponents compared to the opponents average of 8 points. 

With the loss of only two regular starters. Rick Homan (142) 
and Al Bartlebaugh (Hwt). plus the addition of some fine re- 
cruits, next season's outlook should be another outstanding sea- 
son. 

Some of the fine individual records for the season were: Steve 
Smith's 9-4-1 plus third place finish in the M.AC's; Rick Ho- 
man's 12-1-0; Dale Moyers 11-3-0; Doug Cope's 13-1-0 and 
third place finish in the M.AC's; Eric Eisenhart's 7-4-3; Ted 
King's 9-3-2; and Al Bartlebaugh's 13-1-0, second place in the 
MAC'S, fifth in NCAA, and AU-American status. 

Returning next year as captain will be Doug Cope who was an 
AU-American in 1974 and is looking forward to having his 
greatest year ev -•'■ at DVC. 




Coaches Marshall and Hardv 




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DVC 


42 


URSINUS 


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9 


DVC 


24 


LVC 


17, 


DVC 


33 


JUNIATA 


7 


DVC 


42 


WIDENER 


12 


DVC 


21 


GLASSBORO 


22 


DVC 


2 


WILKES 


43 


DVC 


18 


LYCOMING 


15 


DVC 


46 


SCRANTON 


3 


DVC 


44 


SUSQUEHANNA 


3 


DVC 


29 


SWARTHMORE 


8 


DVC 


38 


MUHLENBERG 


8 


DVC 


28 


MORAVIAN 


11 


DVC 


15 


ELIZABETHTOWN 


19 


DVC 


31 


W. MARYLAND 


14 




CHEERLEADING 







FIRST ROW L TO R Barbara Kiley. Jacquie Winchell. SECO.\D ROW Bonnie Fuchs. Debbie Grant. Linda Morgan THIRD ROW: 
Nancy Henkel, Carol Schnapp, Kathy Ruggierio. 




Under the guidance of Coach Vellner and headed by Captain 
Kathy Ruggierio, the Delaware Valley Cheerleading Squad 
was again responsible for the spirit that carried the fall and 
winter sports teams through their seasons. The girls remained 
cheerful even when things got gloomy which sometimes made 
it easier to face defeat. 

The addition of the school mascot, the ram, added entertain- 
ment for the crowd as well as aroused enthusiasm among 
them. •Also, the girls learned many new cheers through the 
help of Bev Tichy, which added variety to some of their rou- 
tines. With the girls all being underclassmen, the future cheer- 
leaders look great. 



The Ram: Ed Peyton 



TRACK 




FIRST ROW L TO R: S. Brown, C. Moose, J. Fallenstein, B. Snyder, E. Glunt, T. Manning, J. Nowoczenski, B. Hossler, B. Erhler. 
R. Einhorn, M. Wilson, Head Coach Joel F. Brown. SECO.\D ROli' J. Evans. D. Stull, J. Szewczyk S. Kingsbauer, R. Hixon, N. 
Giel, T. Gunther, B. Gerberich, A. Zimba, J. Malone\ THIRD ROW: Asst. Coach Louis Hegyes, Assl Coach Dr. Berthold. J. 
O'Connor. G. Defranca, D. Genge. L. Rice, D. O'Connell. R. Bryson. H. Dambly, S. Melroy. FOURTH ROW: M. Cowans. J. 
Toranto, F. Gittens. E. Kittles. M Clauss, G. Gayman, C. Kugal. Absent: B. Ruggieri, D. Stamm. K. Brockenborough. M. Landers. 



The 1975 track squad, coached by Joel Brown, completed 
what nnist be one of the best seasons on record. The thin- 
dads produced a fine 6-3 season which ties the record for 
the most victories in one season. Victories were recorded 
over Susquehanna. Albright, Haverford. Swalhmore. Eliza- 
beihtown. and Ursinus white losing to Widener. Lebanon 
Valley, and Dickinson. The squad finished jifth in afield of 
nineteen teams at the M.A.C. championship's. Sophomore. 
Al Zimba gained a first place at the M.A.C.'s and also set 
a new school record in the shot put. Both the 440 and mile 
relay teams established new school records while finishing 
3rd and 4th respectively at the same meet. 

The same mile relay team Jinished 3rd at the Penn Relays 
in the Pop Haddleton Memorial Mile Relay and gained 
Delaware Valley's first medals ever at the Relav carnival. 

The two outstanding senior performers were distancemen 
Barry Hossler and Co-captain Tim Manning. Outstanding 
in the field events were Don Stamm. .41 Zimba. and Scott 
Kingsbauer was outstanding on the track. 

The assistant coaches and everyone on. the 1975 D.V.C. 
track team were vital contributors to this season's success 
and with only the loss oj two lettermen via graduation, the 
future oj the team is promising. 




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Coach Joel Brown 




SENIORS 



Barry Hossler 





Captain Tim Manning 



DVC 66 


Widener 


78 




Swath more 


39 


64 


Lebanon Valley 


81 


67 


Dickinson 


94 




Elizabethtown 


20 


103 


Susquehanna 


51 




A.lbright 


26 


89 '/2 


Ursinus 


84 '/2 




Haverford 


7 




MAC'S 5th/ 19 


26 pts. 



JoeTheesl'eld 



BASEBALL 




FIRST ROH L TO R J^ Stralo. W. Williamson, M. Mehltreuer. G. Lacava. J. McLaughlin, P. Wieliczki, W. Ennis, S. Matechak. 
SECO.\D ROH J. Sutton, k Alderfer, W. Hartzell, G. Dalina, E. High, D. Helmstetter, P. Butler, R. Nicholson. THIRD ROW: 
J. Scott, Assl. Coach Tom Shreiner. J. Moroz, D. W'hitaker, R Watson, P. Barret, Coach Frank Wolfgang. .Absent: W. Kliefoth 



The Delaware Valley College baseball squad concluded the 1975 
season with a 4-6 record. The team registered victories over Scran- 
ton 113-6), fVilkes (7-5), and ended the season on a two game 
winning streak by defeating Muhlenberg 1 7-2 1 and Ursinus (10-7). 

Junior third baseman Sam Matechak was named the most valuable 
player and highest batting average when he went 17 for 36 for the 
season attaining an excellent .472 average. He also led the team in 
doubles (31, triples 13). and runs scored (3), and tied with captain 
Floyd Alderfer for homeruns (3). 

Dan Whittaker recorded three of the four Delaware Valley victories 
and received the Most Valuable Pitcher award for his performance. 

There was onlv one senior on the team, Floyd Alderfer who served 
as captain this season as well as tying Matechak in homeruns. His 
power hilling and guidance will be missed, but the outlook is bright 
for Del Val Baseball for the captainship is being filled with Sam 
Matechak. a player of equal ability. 



DVC 2 


Drew 


14 


I 


Moravian 


6 


13 


Scranton 


6 


•) 


Albright 


9 


4 


Albright 


8 


7 


Wilkes 


5 


11 


Te.xtile 


16 


2 


Upsala 


4 


7 


Muhlenberg 


2 


10 


Ursinus 


7 




Head Coach Frank Wolfgang 




Floyd Keith Alderfer 



BASEBALL'S 
ONL Y SENIOR 




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Z. ro/? Coach Marshal, E. Foy. R Brooks. D. Buist, C. Adams. F. Crisafi. J.C. Bailey. J Yerkes, R.Suher. P Bernett. M. Trainer. W. Hopkins. 




Two victories highlighted the 1975 Aggie ten- 
nis season. The first victory occurred on a 
cold and windy April day when visiting Wi- 
dener College fell to the Aggie netmen by a 
5-4 score. The second win came on the road 
when Philadelphia Textile did not prove 
strong enough to overcome the Aggie power. 
The score was 5-4 again. 

Outstanding performances by underclassmen 
Fran Crisafi and Paul Bernett proved to be 
inspiring for the entire team, and with their 
leadership, the Aggies should be more than 
ready for 1976. 

Seniors J.C. Bailey, Richard Brooks, Rusty 
Suher and Walt Hopkins were also very im- 
portant in the team's success. 





1 


HI' 


1 







L)rew 


^ ^^1 


DVC 


1 


Lycoming 


8 S 


DVC 


5 


Widener 


^ 1 


DVC 


1 


Juniata 


8 9| 


H| DVC 


5 


Phila. Textile 


4 fl 


K DVC 


2 


Scranton 


7 S 


H DVC 


1 


Susquehanna 


8 S 




SENIORS 



J.C. Bailey 











Rich Brooks 




CAMERA SHY: 
Rusty Suher 



Walt Hopkins 





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GOLF 




Isl ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT T. Stoway. G. Nairn. M. Wells 
R. Reynolds. J. Miller. J. Gauby. B. Whoral, Coach Ned Linta. 



G. Bergdoll. C. Kerni. OruJ ROU LEFT TO RIGHT < 



The Delaware Valley College golf team, coached by Ned A. Lima, 
completed the 1975 campaign with a 5-8 record. The 5-8 record marked 
a substantial improvement from 1 974' s 3-1 1 record. 

Lima's linksmen registered victories against Lpsala. Western Maryland. 
Lycoming. Haverford and Widener. 

Delaware Valley hosted the M.A.C. Golf Championships and finished 
16th out of a 20 team field. At the MAC. 's and during the season senior 
Mike IVells proved to be the squad's most consistent player. Wells, who 
shot a 160 at the M.A.C.'s. ended in a tie for 18th place. Seniors George 
Bergdoll and Gordon Nairn also played important roles in the golfers 
m marked improvement. 



DVC 433 


Lpsala 


492 


425 


Lycoming 460 


434 


Johns Hopkins 


431 




Scranton 423 




Dickinson 


433 


420 


Vrsinus 413 


434 


Elizabethtown 


414 




Haverford 425 


411 


Moravian 


396 


450 


Widener 484 




Scranton 


395 




M.A.C.'s 16lh 670 points. 


418 


Lebanon Valley 
Western Maryland 


405 
423 








Head Coach Ned Lima and Asst. Coach Frank Wolf- 
gang 




SENIORS 



George Bergdoll 





Gordon Nairn 




Captain Mil<e Wells 





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BO YS A ND GIRLS INTRAMURA LS 



The 1974-75 Intramural season seemed to be one of the best that Delaware Valley has seen in a long time. There were a lot 
of teams playing each sport and the competition provided by these was often tough while being fun and recreational. 

The fall season saw soccer and football with both sports providing excitement for the participants. Wolfsohn won the football 
championship while in soccer, the competition for the title was strong. The top two teams, Goldman 11 and the Commuters 
played and tied and played sudden death overtimes a few times until finally, Goldman 11 emerged victorious. However, the 
battle had not been easy. 

The girls had been dormant until now. but with field hockey done. Coach Vellner could devote more time to the intramural 
program. So, volleyball began and many teams came out to compete, some with the desire to take the title from the Dead End 
Kids who were the defending champs. The games were well played and gave the Dead End Kids a challenge, but nevertheless, 
they remained undefeated for the third year in a row. 

Meanwhile, the boys had been busy starting the intramural basketball season. This is where participation, enthusiasm and team 
unity showed most. Teams such as Babs, Suzy's Lounge, Hula Hoops, and Rap arrived for each game "in uniform" and played 
as though they Acre 'saving The Colors! The games were all great to watch and the variety of guys who participated was even 
greater. The games drew crowds, consisting of girls interested in the players, other teams scouting, people enroute to the library, 
books in hand, and general basketball enthusiasts. The excitement mounted throughout the season and came to the climax 
when Rap and the Hula Hoops competed for the first place crown after many tough round robin elimination games. The Hula 
Hoops came out ahead and the boys basketball season closed. 

The girls with their basketball season, meantime, had just gotten started but the contest was a short one. Active Transport was 
out to squelch each team including the Dead End Kids, who were defending champs, and they did just that. The series was 
short and sweet and Active Transport came out undefeated, a title they deserved for they were a rough team to compete against. 

With the end of the basketball season, the intramurals program seemed to lag a bit, winter was still with us and spring and 
Softball seemed far away. Suddenly, though, announcements were up and both boys and girls softball were started. Again, the 
participation was great as more and more people arose from hibernation. The games provided relaxation and fun since the 
competition was not always that rough. In the girls portion, and the games were fun and they could be heard laughing at their 
own or the team's mistake. One game, however, started out fun and went sour. This game was the championship game between 
the Dead End Kids and Sue Cromwell's team in which a series of mishaps on the part of the Dead End Kids caused them a 
loss and anger and disillusionment showed. Their spirits came back up quickly though and the teams again emerged laughing. 
Softball had been fun. whoever won. 

The intramural program, all in all. provided moments for us to remember and maybe some that provided something for those 
of us who can't be on a team for some reason or other to participate and come out lor some fun and recreation. It also provided 
a means by which we could meet people and get to know them better as well as to compete against them. The 1974-75 season 
did all of these and it can be considered one of the best that Delaware Valley has seen. 







S-U' m 







We would like to express sincere thanks to the following people for their co-operation and help in collecting 

information for this section: 

The coaches who furnished team write-ups; 

John Wilmer, Jim Forsyth, Byron Reilly. and Pete Hefferan for providing us with various pictures; 

Mr. Hegyes and Mr. McClelland who both have always gone out of their way unbegrudgingly to help us; 

and THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER, especially Mr. Fred Schaeffer and Mr. Don Davis for their kind help 

and the loan of many of their pictures. 

All of their help was greatly appreciated and it is our hope that we have put the section together in a way that 

is pleasing to all. 

Thank-you again. 



Debbie Ralston and Helen Dunbar 
Yearbook Sports Co-Editors 



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CORNUCOPIA 




CLOCKWISE: Karen Fry. Phyllis Shaub — Co- 
Editors; Terry Stern — Business Manager; Bob 
Ryan. Mark Cole — Faculty and .Administra- 
tion; Byron Reilly. James Forsyth. Greg Kernan. 
John Wilmer. Todd Sailor — Photography staff: 
Greg Kernan. Bev Tichy — .Activities and Under- 
classmen. 




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^'•^i^M.s-; 




A-Day Representatives; Cathy Thomas, Jell Dilks, Donald 
Mattes, Jeff Bowman. Michael Tarulli, David Ray, Glenn Fah 
nestock, Terry Stern, Bill Peterson, Byron Reilly, DAle Mover 
Thomas Kolessar, Dayle Berger, Gayle Berger. Paul Zmoda 
Andy Apter, Richard Henne, Ray McCarter. Jeff Gibson 
Frank Asaro, Wenda Morgan. Mark Muir. Steve Miller 
George Gross. Steve Cornman. Joan Hewett. Polly Rigger 
Nancy Henkel. Mary Carrao. Bryan Leh . Joe Russo. Bob 
Weidman. Robert Ryan. Mark Cole. Elliot Weiss. Jerry 
Blundo, Joe Nawoczenski, Ray Croker, Ray Davis, Ed Copen- 
haver, Phyllis Shaub, Jim Wood. Alan DeVries, John Patter- 
son, Wayne Tucker, Herb Gebely, Allan Bartlebaugh. Mark 
Cantarella. Celia Van Voorhis. Patti Hilton. John Bowen 



RIGHT: Cathy Thomas and Jeff Dilks 
Dav 



-Co-Chairmen of A- 



A-DAY 
COMMITTEE 







TOI' TO BOTTOM: Jay Russo, Dolores Heiscy, Quey Ycndall, I.ydia Berry, 
Jim Scott, Bob Register, Jon Cassel, Mr. Terry. 




AGRONOMY 



TOP TO BOTTOM: August Pe- 
traglia, Jeff Bowman, Pete Zakan- 
ycz, Mike Tarillo, Dr. Palkovics, 
Cathy Thomas, Quey Yendall, Dr. 
Prundeanu, Ingrid Brunner, Dave 
Ray. Jack Skuara, Bob Dyson, 
Cathy Bushko, Mike Wasylkewicz. 




ALPHA PHI 
OMEGA 

Cosinos^^^s! 



M. r. c 

USED ~ 




Officers: Dr. Orr — Ad- 
viser, Jack Ford — Presi- 
dent, Tom Mewell — Vice 
Pres., Steve Cygan - Pled- 
gemaster. Gregg Stamm — 
Treasurer, Bill Petersen — 
Alumni Sec. 



APIARY 




OFFICERS: Byron Reillv - Vice President. Bob Gerberich — Publicity, Elliot Weiss —Trea- 
surer, Dr. Berthold — .Adviser, Bridgette Pitsco —Secretary. Phyllis Shaub — Awards Chairman. 
Jeff Park — Sgt. at .Arms. Harold Dambly — Assistant Treasurer. 




ROW I: Dr. Berthold. Harold Dambly. Mike Ackley. Cathy Bushko, Bob Gerberich. ROW 2: Norman Reynolds, Paul Zmoda. Phyllis 
Shaub, Tom Rosechen, Dave Kindig, Jeff Park. ROWS: Elliot Weiss. Linda Silverman, Tom Yohe. Andy Pronly. Mike Fluchere, Byron 
Reilv, George Klein 










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IPUHI'i'l 




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BAND 



ROW I: Kathy Paul, Gayle 
Bergcr. Pally Hillon, Lisa Ball, 
Sonia Shaner, Dayle Bcrger, Cindy 
McDowell, Unknown, Director — 
Mr. Filt. ROW 2: Roberl Van 
Sciver, R. Cresock, John Syme, 
Rusty Kerstetler, Dan DeGennaro, 
Archie Karcher, Dirk Sorber, S. 
Malkiel, B. Malkicl. ROW 3: Ray 
McCarter, Unknown, Bob Regcs- 
ter, Bruce Rawlings, Doug Gra- 
ham, Carl Canlaluppi, Steve 
Miller, Ron Durham, Larry Whip- 
pie. 











BUSINESS 
CLUB 





ROH' I: Gan, Dalina. Joe Sweeney. L>nn Gehman. Sue Keesler. Ed Stau- 
denmoyer. Marion Lutz. Debbie Corrado. Mary Ann Burbella, Linda Mor- 
gan — Sec. ROH' 2: Mr. West. Pat Melia. Bill Kaseman, John Bernetskie, 
\\ ayne Csupa. Chuckie Monteleone. Tom Wuench. Dante Pillon — Treas., 
Rick Henne. Cliris Reviello. Terrv Rutherford. Jann Hislop — \'.P.. John 
Ralfetto. Matt Fricker - Pres.. Dennis Kahan. ROH S Dennis Ga«ronski. 
.loe Sunajko. Phil Diliberto. Stan GraelT. Ray Capozzi. Ken Ciemmer. Steve 
Norton. .Mien Bumford, Georae Beradoll. 




CIRCLE 
K 



ROW I: Wenda Morgan, Paul Barren; Sec. 
Patty Hilton; Treas., Joe lasello, Jim Hollzman 
— Pres. ROW 2: Betsy Claypool - V.P., Bob 
Regester, Lisa Ball. Deloris Heisey. Bonni J. 
Levy. ROW S: Joanne Bellow. Keith Jordan. 
Frank Asaro. James Forsythe, Jon Cassel, Sandy 
Skolnik. Andy Apter. 




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•^•-•■••-^Vr^'* 



K.\EELl.\G Frank Ali, Cliff Black, 
Nancy Henkel, Bob Mowrey, David Lee, 
Peter LeVan; STA.\DI.\G: Tom Park, 
John Repair, Randy Naser, Robin Ash, 
Dave Mangione, Jay Witwer, Gayle 
Berger, Nancy Houseknecht, Ray Trout- 
man, Darwin Tobias, Kathy Wolfe, Jon 
Cassel, Glen Fahnestock, Mena Hautau, 
Debbie Kato, Ginny Osbahr, Peggy 
Courtney, Laura Post; O.V FE.\CE Beth 
Mines, Pat Vaughn, Cheryl Walling, 
Cheryl Scheir, Joan Hewett. 



BLOCK 

AND 
BRIDLE 




LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM: David Lee, John Repair, Peter LeVan, Tom Park, Jay Witwer. 




OFFICERS: iLEFT TO 
RIGHTi Glen Fahnestock. A- 
Day Rep.; John Repair, Presi- 
dent; Tom Park. Program; 
Frank Ali, Publicity; Pete Le- 
Van. Sgt-at-Arms; Dr. Tiber 
Pelle, Advisor; Gayle Berger, 
Treasurer; Jay Witwer, Vice- 
President. 



CONSER VA TION SOCIETY 



Officers: Joan Hewett — Pub.. Dr. Meriz — .ADV., Cathy Thomas 
V.P., Tim Fox — Pres. 




ROH^' I: Cathy Thomas, Frank Asaro. Tim 
Fox, Joan Hewetl, Don Levitsky. Jack 
Skwara. ROH' 2 Dr. Mertz, Connie Couden. 
Mark Muir. Cathy Paul. Chip Worrilow, Joe 
lasello. 




CHEMISTRY 
CLUB 



ROW I: Denny Albert - V.P., Don Maltes — 
Pres., Mike Boruta, Joe Sella, Archie Karcher, 
Bill Hughes. Richard Haberacker - Treas.. Ray 
McCarler Sec. ROW 2: Ken Philips. John 
Slevens. Dr. Slevenson — Adviser. ROW 3: 
Marlene Yockabishen, Larry Wolfe, Kevin Mar- 
tin. Bill Lenlz. 




ROW I: Rosemary Alberts. Debbie Boretti. Maureen Dwyer, Karen Fry. Kathy Paul. ROW J: John Boruta, John Stein — Pres.. Randy Day — V.P.. Ken 
Buchholz — Sec, Bob Kopazz. Phyllis Butala. ROWS Ken Brusstar. Bob Hirst, Jeff Child. Dan Shandrowski. Mark Darrah. Steve Ruhnke. 

AMERICA N INSTITUTE 
OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 



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CHORALE 



Officers — Janet Parks, Treasurer; Chris Main, Librarian; Karen Fry, Secretary Vice 
President; Bob Ryan, A-Dav Rep.; Aprii Grosjean, Assistant Librarian; Mark Cole, 
fSf^rfD/ President. 



Barbershop Quariel — Tom Troy, George Shimko, Mark Cole, 
Henrv Sumner. 




\Ami^ 



TOP — Ray McCArter, Bob Ryan, Dave Miller, Guy Leighton, Ron Durham, Bob Hirst, Tom Troy. MIDDLE — John Jacobs, Keith Mauer, Steve Brown, 
Chris Elliott, George Shimko, Henry Sumner, Ray Davis, Mike Bruce. BOTTOM — Pattie Hilton, April Grosjean, Janet Parks, Mrs. J. Roberts, director, 
Karen Fry, Donna Foley, Cathy Spatz. Missing from photo —Paul Barrett, Alan Berger, Mark Cole, Carol Coll, Joey Cutler, Bridget Pitsko, Phyllis Shaub, 
Greg Kernan, Ken Brokenborough, Debbie Ralston, Byron Reilly, Jon Cassel, Sonia Shaner. 



Madrigals — Mark Cole, Steve Brown. John Jacobs. 
Bob Hirst. SnriSG Pally Hilton, Karen Fry, 
Donna Folev. 




BICYCLE CLUB 




Andy Apter, Jim Forsythe, Mark Muir, Rande Leibowitz. 



DELTA TAU ALPHA 



Ron I Dayle Berger, Cathy Thomas. Tony Tassone, Tom Park, Kim Cassel. ROW 2: Ruth Arbelo. 
Rick DeVinney, Dr. Plummer, Ken Grube. Bob Mowry. ROW 3: Dave Mitchell, Mark Cole. Pete 
Levan, Rick Homan, Dave Longenecker, Tim Schneider, Dennis McCoy, Frank Ali, Clifford Black, 
Richard Ruthgens. Tom Yohe. Charles Zimmerman. 




Officers: Ruth Arbelo — Sec. Cathy Thomas — Treas.. 
Dr. Plummer — Adviser. Dave Longenecker — V.P . 
Ken Grube— PRES. 



"'^'^E m BEST BETTER 




CAMPUS4-H 





ROty / Beth Stevens. Ralph Hennings, Randy Naser, 
Steve Cornnian, Cheryl Smith - V.P. ROW 2. Mark Wil- 
son — Treas., Sue Keesler. Mary Corrao. Bonni Levy, 
Nancy Henkle — Sec. .Chuck Moose — Pres. 



ROW I: Mike Schnatz. Ken. Denise Bawn. Tom Rohr, 
Unknown. Bruce Rawlings. Ron Johnson — Adviser, Linda 
Kravs. 



TROPICAL 
FISH 



r\ A T ID \^ STANDING - Dr. Plummer, Dr. McCaffree, Dave Longenecker, president; D.V.C. Peter 
1^ yX 1 J\. ± Pan; Mike Toretta, Treasurer; Gayle Berger, Annual Editor; KNEELING Cammy 

Wood, Secretary; Ken Morgan, Vice President; Jef Beshore, Intramurals; George Gross, A- 
Day Rep.; Paul Feucht, Publicity. 




ON ROOF — Ed Taczanowsky, Paul Feucht, Dan Young. George Gross, Dan Biedling, Paul MacCoush, April Grosjean, Ken Morgan, Jed Beshore, Cammy 
Wood, Mike Toretta, Gayle Berger. STANDING — Dr. Plummer, Louis Terrel, Dave Rama. Greg Krug, Chris Elliott, Tom Urban, Ron Troutman, Kim 
Cassel, Ken Grube, Nancy Housenpknecht, Wayne Johnson, Jerry Riggens, Dave Longenecker, Blair Yurkunin, Doug Cope, Jay Chamberlin, Roger 
Campbell, Dr. McCAffree. A,\££/./A'G - Mike Brady, Mary Corraro, Beth Stevens, Dan Forcey. Brad Smith. Kirk Hillegass, Dave Ketner, Dayle Berger, 
Rick Homan, Don Melon, Steve German, Cindy McDowwel. 



WEIGHTLIFTING CLUB 



lOl' ROll Kran Gradel. Rick Riimpr (7^^.\77-.V? ROH' Mark Clauss, Jim Rcnshavv. John Zalarick. Al ^. 

Zimba, Mark Happle. Mark Canlarclla. Rich Taccanelli. Pat Schive. td Kielblock, Bob Miller. Ted King. Gary mUL 

Weindorl'. BOTIOM Dave Meyers. Dave Max. Drew Chupalio. 




LEFT — Jeff Gibson (LEFT I versus Sam Webb. ABOVE 
LEFT — Mr. Ed O'Brien and Ron Suber observe Jeff in action. 
ABOVE — Ken Louis concentrating as all players must. 



CHESS 
CLUB 



EQ VINE 
CLUB 



Dr. Hofsaesss, Roy Frieband. Audrey 
Mather, Lee Ann Bailey, Tracy Smith, 
Debbie Kato, Joan Hewett. Cathy 
Spatz, Connie Cowdon. ROW 2: 
Cheryl Borgard. Pat Nicholson, Den- 
ise Baugn, Tom Newell, Laura Post. 
Pat Vaugh, Mark Happel, Mary Lou 
Bowersock, Mary A. Jordan, Robin 
Ash. Cheryl Walling, Polly Risser. 




EQ UIS TR I A N TEA M 



Mary Alice Jordan, Kathy Spatz, Cheryl Borgard. Margaret Courtney. Mary Lou Bowersock. Laura Post. Polly Risser. Audrey Mather. Debbie 
Kato. Nancy Lingo. Joan Hewett. 



FTD 





Mr. Frank Grau, Alan Berger, Jeff Gibson, Jim Wood, 
Dave Hunsicker. Sandy Skolnik. Pete Jennings, Tom 
Wineman, Ray Davis. Pete Wielzci. Gary Seckinger, 
Bonni Levy, Guy Leighton, Pat Hilton, Larry Whippie, 
Rusty Kersetter. Tom Jakubczyk, Vince Butera, Judy 
Kohn, Joe lasello. Don Levitskv, Ron Durham, Joe 
Miller. 



THE GLEANER 



George Shimko. .Ana Simon 



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FOOD INDUSTRY 



Irene Link, Sue MacMurchy, Scolt Weymouth, Henry Sumner, Walt Hopkins. Kathy Rigoli^zo, Dave Aiff, Mike Scott. 




KARATE 





ROW I - Cathy Thomas. Andy Apter, Rick Homan; ROW 2 — Al Zmoba, Ray Davis. Doug Van Nuys. Bob Hirst, Rick Devinney. Jon Cassel. Walt 
Hopkins. Tom Newell, Tom Yolie. Mary Ann Catino; ROW 3 — Audrey Mather, Mark Cole, Ray McCarter, Jay Beckas, Gary Seckinger, Keith Jordan, 
Mr. McClelland. Jav Witwer. Tim Fox, 




INTERCLUB COUNCIL 



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Elliot Weiss. Joe Nawoczenski. Jeff Bolinger. Greg Stam. Frank Salautri. Dale Mover. Judy Katz. Carl Canialuppi. Charlie Zimmerman. Andy Apter. Tom 
Yohe. Mark Wilson. Rick Devinney. Judy Smith. Al Johnson, Frank Asaro. Herb Gebely. Bob Moore. Rick Manno. Pete Stafella. Brian Kahn. Kathy 
Rigolizzo. Jim Watkins. Jerry Blundo. Jeff Dilks. John Rigolizzo, Leroy Gaventa. Bridget Pitsko. Don Johnson. 




HOR TICULTURE SOCIETY 






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ROiV I: Guy Leighton, Joe France, Ray Croker, Clyde Hirt, Ken Goebel. Vince Butera. Mark Beach. Tom Jakubczyk. ROIV 2; Pete Thomas. Steve 
Makrancy. Rob Anthony. Jim Miller, Phyllis Shaub. Sue Keesler. Dan Di Genova. Chervl Smith. ROH' J: Bob Ryan. Janet Parks. Bill Simon, Sherry 
Peechatka, George Futterknecht. Dave Hunsicker. Jim W'atkins. Marie .McGraff. Jim Wood. John Patterson, Brad Bowman. ROH' 4: .Man Berger. Joe Miller, 
unknown. Kathv Paul. Ron Durham. Bonita Le%y. Pat Hilton. Sue Zabibski. Cheryl Zoller. Denise Baun. Bev Tichy. Brian Kinsey. Judy Kohn. ROH .v Pete 
Wielzcki. Garv Seckinger. Mark Cole. Tom Wineman. Doug Van Nuys, Steve .Miller, Mike Bruce, Joe Theesfeld, Dave Perry, Cathy Fahertv , Dave Succhanic. 
Jeff Yeager. 




ORNAMENTAL 

HORTICULTURE 

CLUB 



Officers: Phyllis Shaub — .A-Day Rep.. Guy Leighton 

— Treasurer. Joe France — Secretary. Ed Copenhaver 

— Vice President. Rav Davis — President. 




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INTER 
VARSITY 



George Shimko. Paul Barret. Bob Ryan. 
Tony Tassone. Ed Copenhaver, Chris 
Main. Unknown. Frank Donnely. Chris 
Elliot. Dave Rea\, Ra\ McCarter. 



PHOTO ' 
CLUB 




ROW I: Alan DeVries, Chris Main. ROW 2: Ed Copenhaven. Byron Reilly. Pete Hefferan. Archy Cartcher. Mr. Tabaschnick. 
ROW 3: John Wilmer. Al Johnson. James Forsvthe. John Patterson. 



THE RA M 





ABOVE ^ ROW I: Rosemary Albert, Bill Si- 
mon, Celia Van Voorhis, Ken Brusstar, Patty 
Wohlfreth, Lisa Ball, ROW 2: Mary Lou Bower- 
sock, Dave Anspach, Jim Scott, James Forsythe, 
Michael Rosenblatt, Bill Geberich, Pete Hef- 
feran. TO THE RIGHT ~ Mike Rosenblatt — 
Reporter, Jim Scott — Distribution, Bryan Leh 

— Business Manager. James Forsythe — Photo- 
grapher, Ken Brusstar — Editor, Pete Hefferan 

— Sports Editor. 









RAP 



Robert McClelland — Ad- 
viser; Fitzgerald Giltens. 
Lafrae Fennell. Keith Scotl. 
Ronald Suber. John W ilmer, 
Ellen Preston, Euaene Kit- 
tles. Wayne Tucker. Preston 
Wilkerson. Steve Kutchen- 
ati, Gregory Kernan. 
Charles Cooper, Myron 
Cowans. 







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Officers: Ellen Preston — Treasurer. Ronald Suber — Vice President. Gre- 
gory Kernan — President. Wayne Tucker — Secretary. 







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SCUBA 
CLUB 



Cliff Weinstock, Wall Hopkins. Joe 
Narkowitz, Al Johnson, Bill Petersen. 







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ROIV I Ralph Henning, Beth Stephens, Irene Link, Liane Bailey, Bill Petersen, Audrey Mather, Mary Anne Burbella, Glen Rush, Grover 
Green, John Buckner. ROW 2 Laura Post, George Futterknecht, Cheryl Bogard, Bill Neville, Doug Van Nuys, Chris Reviello. 



STUDENT GO VERNMENT 




ROW I: Gary Seckinger, Greg Kernan, Joe Miller. Mimi Pezza, Cathy Bushko. Pete Thomas, April Grosjean, Barb Novak. ROW 
2: Chris Elliot. John Rigolizzo. Dave Sushanic. Rick Devinney. Tom Wineman. John DeMatteo. Steve Cygan. Ken Goeble. Dan 
Bender, Harry Sumner, Gus Carlson. Vince Butera. 




OFFICERS: John Rigolizzo — President. Rick Devinney - V. Pre- 
sident. Tom Wineman — Treasurer. John Dematteo — student court 
judge, Joe Miller — Secretary. 




SOCCER CL UB 




ROW I: Mark Pierce, Steve Cygan — 
Pres., Dave Anspach, Wayne Csupa — 
Sec. and Treas., ROW 2: Sanford 
Skolnik, Unknown, Pat Mealia, Pere 
Hefferan. Glen Summers. 



VARSITY 
CLUB 



ROW I: Mark Wilson, Rick Homan, Steve Corman. 
ROW 2: Maureen Dwyer, Doug Cope, Frank Wolfgang, Al 
Bartlebaugh, Phyllis Shaub. 




WAPO 



ROW I: Keith Jordan, Jim Forsythe. Andy Apter. 
Charles Rice. Paul Barrett. Ralph Henning. ROW 2: 
Patty Wohlferth, Rudy Bubbenmoyer. Jay Beckas. 
Ralph Salber. Mary Anne Burbella. 





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WOMEN'S 

SER VICE 

CLUB 



ROW I: Linda Silverman, Mary Anne Catino, Cheryl 
Smith, Cathy Cochlin, Debbie Ralston, Lisa Ball, Laura 
Post, Irene Link. ROW 2: Helen Dunbar, Nancy Lingo, 
Kathy Wolfe, Celia Van Voorhis, Diane Cole. 




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Officers: ABOVE: Helen Dunbar — A-Day 
Rep., Cathy Cochlin — Vice President, Cheryl 
Smith — Secretary. Mary Anne Catino — Presi- 
dent. STANDING: Debbie Ralston — Trea- 
surer, Diane Cole — Historian. 






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LA SSMEN 




FIRST ROW — Quentin DiFilippo. Mike Brady. Garry Altavilla, Antnony DeGennaro, Phillip Barrett. Mary Carrao. Kathy Faherty. Liane Bailey. Jean 
Dimmler. Russ Fulton. Bill DiSanto. John Chiesa, Jerry Croshaw, Steve Facik. Phyllis Butera. Holly Deitch. Gerdie Czjkowski. SECO.XD ROW —Sue 
Cromwell. Maurice Baloche. George DeFranca. John Capozzi, Denise Baun. Cheryl Bargard. John Fulcoly. Mike Crush, Greg Dondero. Cathy Bushko. 
THIRD ROli' Andy Genera. Mark Cantarella. Mark Beach. Edward Delaurier. John Bishop. Pete Benevento. Becky Arnold FOi RTH ROW Scott 
Douglas. Greg Boaman. John Bowen. George Futterknecht. Mat Anotos. Michael Gyumolcs. Ed Cooper. Lisa Ball. FIFTH ROM — Betty Foy. Jerry Fleck, 
Warren Aukett. Darrell Bitner. Dann Clapp. Carleton .Adams. V'ince Butera, Gus Carlson. 



FRESHMEN 




FIRST ROW Deloris Heiscy, Kenneth Greenberg, Mark 
Happel. Archie Karcher, John Gherardi, Judy Katz. .S'A- 
CO AT) ROW Christina Hrynio, John Gund/ik. Walter 
Ko/ak, Rusty Kersletler. Steve lewis, Clyde Hirt THIRD 
ROW Ken Goebel. Robert Leech, John Itterly, Bill 
Lewis. Christian Llliot, Tom Jakubc/yk. lOL R I H ROW 
Doug Ciraham, Dan Cialloway, Bryan Leh, Chuck Goo- 
denough, Greg Johnson, Pete Jennings. 




CLASS OFFICERS. Treas. — Gus Carlson; 
S.G. Rep. — Ken Goebel; Pres. — Vince Bu- 
tera; V.P. — Archie Karcher; S.G. Rep. — 
Cathy Bushko; Sec. — Bev Tichy (SIT- 
TINGi: Advisor — Dr. Richard Lazarus (not 
shown). 



FIRST ROW — Melissa Payton, Giny Osbahr. 
Donald Mellen, Laura Post. Marie Magrath, Kathv 
Paul, Wenda Morgan. SECO.\D ROW - Bill Mi- 
chener. Ellen Preston. Doug Nemeth. Joseph Russo, 
Tim Robbins. Myron Cowans. Montea Meyers. Ray 
McCarter. THIRD ROW Robert Robinson. Ke- 
vin Posbergh. Dave Perry, Robert Mesler. Eric Orr. 
Steve Makrancy, John McFadden. Gerry Montan- 




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FIRST ROn Cathy Spatz. Pat Vaughn, Ken San- 
sone, Debbie Sedergran. Cheryl Walhng. SECOND 
ROW Beth Stephens, Tim Sell, Bev Tichy. Meg Val- 
noski. Cheryl Zoller. THIRD ROW Bob Schultz, 
Ron Swenson. George Shimko, Sue Zabinski. Larry 
Whipple FOL RTH ROW - Peter Schroll, John Pat- 
terson, Aldo Smith, Bob Stefka. 





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FIRST ROli' — Mary Lou Bowersock, 
Donald Becker. Frank Brzozowski. SE- 
CO\D ROW - Lydia Berry. Paul Ber- 
nett. Dan Bender, John Cattie. Don Du- 
chai. Pat Doyle. THIRD ROW ~ Frank 
Donnelly. Dan Beadling. Steve Chirip. 
Gary Barber. Larrv Barchardt. 




SOPHOMORES 





FIRST ROW — Donna Foley, James 
Forsyth. Nancy Houseneckt. SECOND 
ROW — Clinton Griggs, Mike Kratz, 
Debbie Grant, April Grosjean, Paul 
Feucht, Joe lasello, Pete Grant. Andy 
Koenig. THIRD ROW - Dave Hun- 
sicker, Ralph Henning, Mike Konoza, 
Bob Hurst, William Gerberich, Kirk Hil- 
legass. 



CLASS OFFICERS. (TOP TO BOT- 
TOM! Treas. — Dave Miller: S.G. Rep. 
— .April Grosjean: Sec. — Donna Foley 
lSITTI.\Gi: Pres. — Dan Bender; V.P. — 
Norman Reynolds; Adviser — Mr. Ron- 
ald Johnson (not shown). 




FIRST ROW — Jim Mealing, Janet Parks. Mark Pierce. SECOyD ROW ~ Dennis 
Pieretti. Bruce Rawlings, Tom Rohrer, Rick Rumpf. THIRD ROW — Don Levitsky, 
Mark Muir, Dave Miller. 




FIRST ROW Jim Scott, Norman Reynolds, 
fe'^ Mike Scnatz, Judy Smith. SECO.\D ROW 

^I^^^P Peter Wieliczki, Jim Sherry, Bill Simon, Wayne 

^?'!i^ Tucker. IHIRD ROW Gary Leyrer, A! 

■■---'"'-■ Zimba, Tom Roeschen. Dan Whittaker. 




JUNIORS 



FIRST ROW - Rich Henne. Wayne Csupa, Gary Dalina, Joe France, Rav 
Davis SECO.\D ROW - Tom Event. Jim Hol'tzman. THIRD ROW - 
Sieve Cygan. Steve Cornman. Alan Berger. Steve Brown, Ron Durham, 
Frank Asaro. FOLRTH ROW - Jeff BoMinger, Chuck Moose, Jon Cassel, 
Vince Costanzo, Jay Chamberlin, Carl Cantaluppi, Dave Allison. 





FIRST ROW — Brien Jamison, Brian Kahn, Brian Kinsey, Joe Miller. Doug Miller. Kathy Mullarkey, Linda Morgan, Judy Kohn. 
SECOXD ROW — Keith Jordan, Bonnie Levy. Patty Hilton. Dante Pillon, Sue Keesler, Fred Prange, Pat Mealia. THIRD ROW — Barry 
Malkiel, Dave Lohin, Sam Matechak, Rich Meyers, Kay Smith, Beth Pandy, Greg Kernan, Tim Lansperry. FOURTH ROW — Wayne 
Johnson, Tom Kolessar, Debbie Ralston, Helen Dunbar, Guy Leighton. 




FIRST ROW - Leonard Magonev. Sieve Wentzel. Paul Zimoda. Ed Staudenmayer. Joe Sweene\. Roland Schlimm. SECOSD ROM - Byron Reilly. 
Ralph Salber, Kathv Rigalizzo. Chervl Smith. Jim Wood, Sandv Skolnik. THIRD ROn' - Scott Weymouth. Frank Salantri. Greg Stamm, Henry^Summer, 
Bob Regester. Tom'wineman. Elliot'Weiss. Mark Wilson. FOLRTH ROW - Mike Scott. Brad Smith. Bart Thomas. Glendon Summers. Gary Seckinger, 
Ron Durham. Rav Davis. 



CLASS OFFICERS. Adviser Mr. Louis Hegyes; Pres. Gary Seckinger: S.G. Rep. - Jon Cassel; 
Sec. Chuck Moose: Treas. - Tom Wineman; V.P. - Brain Kahn [KNEELINGliS.G. Rep. - Vince 
Costanzo. 



















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President 



Fellow Classmates: 

Once again spring has arrived, and along with ii cunies graduation. .As the season 
comes into bloom, we find ourselves on one of the higher steps oj our lives. By 
achieving this summit, we find the opportunities too numerous to mention, and all 
our long sought afier goals within our reach. 

As we look back over our college career, we remember all the things that make 
up the personality of D.V.C. We all matured together, both academically and 
socially, .-is one looks back, he is filled with the thoughts of good limes, as well 
as depressing ones. All these experiences and trials go into our general makeup — 
one we call maturing. 

For many of us this will be the end of our education; for others, it is only the 
beginning. .\o matter where our paths lead. D.V.C. will always be with us. Our 
main objective now is to use our education to its fullest advantage. Don't be taken 
in by fast talking individuals; remember you now have one of the highest gifts ever 
to be bestowed to an individual — the gift of knowledge. We all worked hard and 
it is only to our best advantage to use it to the fullest. 

To all of you goes my best wishes in whatever new challenge you undertake. 

Yours truly. 

John Blair Yurkanin 
Class of ' 75 




Michael Toretta 
\'ice-President 



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Kenneth Grube 
Treasurer 



John Salahub 
Secretary 





Student Government Representatives: Left to right: 
John DeMatteo. John Rigolizzo, Rick Devinney, Blair 

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To The Graduating Class of 1975: 

On behalf of the Agronomy Department I would like to 
take this opportunity to congratulate >ou for successfully 
completing four y ears o\' undergraduate studies. 

Our best wishes to all of you for a challenging and 
successful career in \our chosen field! 

Dr. Julian Prundeanu. Chairman 



DR. JULI.AN PRUNDEANU. M.S . Ph D 

Chairman: Agronomy Department 

Professor of Agronomy 



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J()ll\ IhMAIThO 



Jl I hRt:) BOWMAS 

i years with "Mr. Harmer.svillc" unci the Har- 
ness Buds A-Day '75. Rivers Edge with Ray 
and Karen. Thanks lo Mom. Dad and Kalh /or 

making il all possible. 




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ROBERT T D)SO.\ 

Keep ihe rubber side down. Chimp and Tube. 
Jam sessions in M.D. and Goldman. Kalhy 
Man's accomplishments are not always acade- 
mic. 



GREGOR y C. FANTVZZI 

Buddy. Ed. Stan. Rick. Joe. Bob: 2nd Floor 
Samuel: Water Fights: We all made il'': Draft 
Lottery. 187 No. 5i. (Strawberry Hill I: ALL 
thanks lo Mom. Dad. Deb and Especially 
DENISE. 





MR DOSALDA CLA YCOMB. BS.. 
Insiructor in Agriculture 




OAR) R OBER TJOR OE.\SE.\ 

Summer of I9~l: Flemington Inn: Kingsttood 
Inn; Mark Lounge: Brandy If ine: Dean's List; 
Mabel; Organic Chemistry — Phooe Gumbo!!! 




ROBERT J FLLLERTOS 

Does anyone have an extra hand grenade'' 
Other schools: are you kidding:" There aren't 
this many fools in the rest of the slate! Presi- 
dent of dormitory counselors anonymous. 





LI\WOODS KELLAR 

All good times and all good laughs y-nh all the 
Buds. Very much thanks to Mom and Dad and 
Diane. Toker 11. 




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Bud's Peach Shat. Casey's Mont. A (jet Back. 
Injlatolips. Aesop Brothers. 




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CHRISTOPHER D. OLSZYK 








BARRY PIST1.\ER 



PHILIP J. POLISKIEWICZ 

Thanks to Mom. Dad. Lori and lo all others. 
Good luck lo all the Gang. 



RICH.ARD G R.A THJESS 
In memory ol niv Father". 



MR FRED T. WOLFORD. BS 

.Assistant Professor oj Agriculture. 





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CATHERINE E. THOMAS 

"Look lo the heavens unci hope jur ihe liiliire. 
and all ihal we can be. nol what we are". 
"Dorm Mom". " .A"-Days. Bermuda. "1776". 
' 196" . and the Summer of '73. " Ye.s. urn hum. 
line'" .\fv ihank.s lo Mom and Dad lor mak- 
ing II all possible. 



W LARR) TOWLE 
Summer '74' . Friendly's Ice Cream Shop. Ed's 
(greasy I Diner, Bellsville .-ig E.xperiemeni Sla- 
lion. ihe long trips over to Fleminglon Inn and 
the short trips back, Ned's freshman orienta- 
tion lectures, Mary Mac's (unfitted) fitted 
sheets. 






MICHAEL WAS) LKEWICZ 

"War". IVhal are those marks on the door'' 
Priin. "Michael please cume to »iy offUe". 
Brother Larry. IJ I had to rate her on a scale 
of one to ten. Lewis for four years, Norristonn. 
Many good friends and times. Thanks to Mom 
and Dad 






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DR WILLL4M PALKOVICS. Ph.D. 

.Assistant Professor oj .-igronomy 



DR THOMAS L. ZIMMERMA.W BS.. 
MS. PhD'. 

.-issistanl Professor of .Agronomy. 



.MICHAEL D. WELLS 



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To The Animal Husbandry Class of 1975: 

For most of \ou, graduation will mark the end of your formal 
education; however, your desire to learn should not cease when 
you receive your diploma. Rather, graduation should be the be- 
ginning of a neu and exciting chapter of your life. 

\\ hether you enter business, research, or teaching, society needs 
trained Animal Scientists who are willing to share their talents 
and accept responsibility. I am confident that each of you has 
the ability and knowledge to succeed in \ our future endeavors. 

On behalf of the .A.H. Faculty i wish you the best of luck and 

happiness. 

Sincerely, 
Fredrick Hofsaess 



DR FREDRICK R HOFSAESS. B S , MS, Ph.D 

Chairman: .-Xnimal Hushandr\ Department 
Professor of .Animal Science 



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

Chairman: Animal Science Division 

Professor of Animal Husbandrv 






FK l\K MC HOI tS -ill 

ll slarled in Llrnan Hall Room ill and 
fvolved lo: i'ncU' Sed and Coaches screamini; 
manager Or Pelle "meesler let me tell 

vou" Heapes' "Box Lunches" long bus 
rides with the Football team and post game 
parlies with "Zeke" and "Doc" Samuel 

Hall birthday showers and key parlies 
pizza, all you can eat al the Skyliner with 
Porky. Mike. Peter. Tom. Dick, and Daye. 
Special friends like Slefjella. Slauby. Mike and 
Brian K Hey "guinea" by CliJJ. .-ilberi. 

Fred and Glenn, ll is 4 years later and thanks 
lo ihe help oj my Mother and Father. I haye 
passed through the gates oj knowledge. God 
bless them both. 



CLIFFORD R BL.4CK 

")'oh Meester!". Barness Boys. Samuel gang. 
Two years as Slum Lord. Great times with 
great friends never lo be forgotten. Long trips 
home on weekends in my Utile Deuce Coupe. 
Skyliner. " DVC jumps on weekends!" 
I HT.F.P. Thanks lo Mom and Dad who 
made it all possible. Loye Patty Jean. 



D.A) LF BLRGER 





GAYLELUCL4 BERGER 

Homecoming Queen '72: Junior it., Summer 
of '74 Rosewood: Abigail: A-Day: Dorm 
Counselor 74-75 S D 1st: Room JJJ. 



HER BER T R L SSELL BOS MCE. JR 

Thanks lo Mom. Dad. and my wife. Jane. 
Wednesday mornings. Weekends. Climbing, 
caroling, carousing, euchre, green death, and 
yVork Hall parties. Costume jewelry on beef 
trips. 






SALLY J COLBY 

"zee triplets", lunches on the wall. Dynamic 
chicken trips. "POOSH'". gid.-bld. weekends'' 
41.000 jaw movements — 120 lbs. saliva/dav. 
what a whacker! Thanks to my family and all 
my friends for four great years at D I C 




MARGARETJEANCOLRTNEY 

"zee triplets", lunches on the wall, dynamic 
chicken trips. "POOSH". "lady. I tell you 
". gid. — lsp?l — I to you loo!!. 41 .000 jaw 
ntovemenls Dead End Kids #1. Womens 

sporis?'! For Mom especially — "There is 
nothing as ignorant as an educated man. when 
taken from the field in which he is educated." 



EDWARD T ESGLE.JR. 

Thanks Barb. Mom and Dad lor all the help 
wiih school. 3/9/74. Jay's pan i 



MICHAEL POWERS ELLIS 

Rod Sterling called it the "Twilight Zone' 
calliiDVC- 



DAHDL LEE 

Coin' West with my girl: those good white- 
faced cattle, gain' Judging with the boys. 






PETER J. LeVA^ 

Good luck to all my buds in Samuel T Always 
remember ihe judging trips. Pals and ihe Sky- 
line. 



HOH ARD MALKIEL 

Toward nights: Studying: Bill: John: Craig: 
Meesier: and special thanks to Mom and Dad 
for making it all possible 




DR GAR y L BRV BAKER. B.S.. MS. Ph.D. 

.Assistant Projessor of .Animal Science 








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ROBERTA MOHRE) 

Thanks to Mom and Dad kIio made it all pos- 
sible: special thanks to "Cathy" for keeping me 
going. Best of luck to all my good friends Jay's 
party "'74 " 



WILLIAM J. MURDOCH 

Thanks to my wife. Carrie, for hanging in 
there, and to my parents. 




JO.\ATHA.\ REPAIR 

Back on the road again with the judging team. 
Friends. Friends, and more friends. Keep on 
keep'n on. Thanks Mom and Dad 



THOMAS FRAyK PARK.JR 

The Intercollegiate Judging Team with my 
buds, trunkin it mii/i Rod. most unjorgettable 
"TIBOR". Collegeville with Kim. my buddy 
Roy. LIman HI. Samuel U with friends and 
Pete for 3 years. Just call me "PORK )". Spe- 
cial thanks to the greatest Mom and Dad ever 
for making it all possible. 




JOH.\ W ROCKAFELLOW 

"Meester"' . "the Iriplels"" . weekends"' Shearing 
sheep on A-Day "Out H'est"". Diddly-bop over 
the trash can. Thanks to mv parents and 
friends, it just took a little more lime. 





JOHS SALAHL B 



LAUREL F.STERLL\G 

The Jeep. Work Hail parties, our Hociiey 
Team! Those ionggg periods, and many 

friends notforgouen. Don 



DOS A L D SCHA EFFER 

Farm #i for 4 years — Yea. To ihe great 
times with the Rag and the Wacker and the 
"Turtle". 9-19-74 Jay's partv. Thank row Dr 
Pelle' 



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MR RODSEY A GILBERT. B.S. MS. 
Insiniclor in A nintal Husbandry 




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R 0.\A LDD.TROi T.\fA \ 

All ihe times I thought I would never make it 
to the end of the year. All the good times with 
friends at the "Parties". The long talks with 
"Meesler" and the long classes. 




HOWARD SL HER 






DR CRAIG HILL. BS . PhD 

Assistant Professor of Animal Science 



ROBERTO I A. \ HORN 



JAY HITHER 

Jane and the bean, traveling wilh the Judging 
Team, dairy barn at L Conn. 



RICHARD G ZEIDERS 

Going to Friendly's and Pal's on Study breaks. 
Good luck to all and thanks to all. 




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LIONEL M. ADELSON. B.S.. M.S. 

Chairman: Science Division 

Professor of Biology 




DR. ELLER'* W I RENCH, B S . MS., Ph.D. 

Chairman; Biology Department 

Professor of Biology 



To the Biology Class of 1975: 



We will remember you as a happy class. We will 
remember you as a class which brightened our 
hallways, illuminated our labs, and made teach- 
ing a pleasure. We will remember you as a class 
which worked hard and conscientiously to attain 
your goals. We hope that you will continue as 
you have been, that you will achieve success, and 
that the world will benefit from your presence. 
On behalf of the staff of the Biology Depart- 
ment, I wish you well. 

Ellery W. French 




RICHARD BASH 



MICHAEL I. ACKLEY 

Wrestling matches, good friemis and heaulijul 
women oj Dl'C. Trenton. 



ALLES E BARTLEBALGH 

Foolball. wrestling, sports and quarts. Quant 
Labs with good old Charlie. DR. FREMCH. 
Fights with NED. some great weekends. 
Goodhv Die. heaven help you. .Amen. 





MARK BELl.\SKr 



DR ROBERT BERTHOLD. BS . M.S.. PhD 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



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KE,\.\ETH BLCHHOLZ 




KEVIN CASEY JEFFREY CHILD 

4 years, work study and streams, long wee- 20.000 mites between Norristown and DVC - 

trends. Acer tu zygote and everything in between ■ 

thanks to Debbie and my parents. 





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MARK IRWIN DARRAH 

Glad it was only two years, and not Jim r. mid- 
night quarts , Q-hall H D F. 






GEOFFREY DAVIS 

Summer of '7S. Thanks to Mom and Dad. 
Fishing at Lake Archer. Capl. Dick and Adrn. 
Bob. BCCC Night School. Plot ■'F'. Desert 
only, Moniezia Expansa. 



WILLIAM J. CONN 



DR. WILLIAM ALLISON. BS . MS. PhD 
Assistant Professor of Biology 




MAUREEN DWYER 

Bus rides to the basketball games: cheer- 
leaders. 2/5/72 after the P.M.C. game: Steve: 
Cooke Hall II: Mr. Standing's botany and 
Field Bio. II plots: Special thanks to Mom and 
Dad for everything. 





PETER D FERESCE 

Ouani -Slandardize and Calibrate. Beautiful 
autumn. .4 fast Jour years. Most interesting 
people and good friends. Square dances. Little 
Mike. 



CHARLES E.GELTZ 
January 24. 1973: Eileen: summers of '73 and 
'74: fishing for squirrels: Cooke 105 and the 
footprints: trips to Lansdale and Jenkiniovn: 
Geoff and his women: thanks to .Vtom and 
Pop. 




K.4RE.\ LOL ISEFR) 

One girl — and 16 guys: wild parties at Bozo's: 
first Goldman Club Go-Go girl: Janet and the 
glee club gang: Botany and Field Bio. plots: 25 
hour days: 75 minute classes: Quant labs: 
10.000 miles: Yearbook staff and meetings: 
D.P.C. and friends: Mama Leone's: Frustra- 
tion, tears, joy and hope ; weekends at the 
S.P.C.A. and with Richard. Special thanks to 
Mom and Dad for everything. 



WILLIAM GATED. JR 



JOH.\ GRAHA.M 

Florida with Glenn and Ray: sloe gin and the 
apple orchard: Burpee's watermelons: Dec. 
29th. 1973 — Thanks to my wife, parents, and 
God for pushing me through. 






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MR RO.\Al.DJOH\SO.\. BS . MS 
Insiruclor in Biulogy 




WILLARDGRA\ATH.JR 

L Iman Hall. T-nien. Helen's. Ralph 



DARLE.\E GREBE 

Especially lu my most cherished, secret jriend 
who from our 1st class (76 J together helped me 
make it all the way thru till now. So lender in 
love, strong in convictions, and so selfless in 
caring jor others, he taught me more about lije 
by his example and attitude and instilled in me 
more oj a thirst Jor learning than any teacher 
or projessor has ever been able to do iSinta.x. 
Sinta.xl. "Geel. I'm so darn proud oJ you! 
Thanks Jor so much more than you know, i Te 
adoro, vaya con dios! Shalom chaverim. Lehit 
root." ,4nd to all the wonderjulest oJ parents. 
Jriends. and teachers I've shared these 3 years 
u) my lije with — thank you Jor so very much. 
I'll always have the Jondest memories of DVC 
and all it gave to me. only regretting I had 
something more to give in return. 




CRAIG HART.\IA.\ 

Most will be lorgolten. onlv time will reveal 
those things so projound thai I might re- 
member them. 




LISA HARVEY 

I would like to thank my par- 
ents for making this possible. 
I have no regrets about trans- 
ferring to D VC. 





PETER HEFFERAS 

Thanks to Joe and Chuck for 
getting me off on the wrong 
foot and to many others who 
got me back on track. 



MR.JOH.\ STA.\DI.\0. B.S.. .MS 
Instructor in Biology 



JOSEPH HE\R Y 




JA.MES.HOFF^ 




WILLIAM KISTIGH 

Thanks to Mom & Dad H'ork Hall first Jloor 
for three years. Max. Put:. Hab. Mike. Lube, 
and other friends. St. Patrick's Day 1974. 



ROBERTKOPACZ 



EILEES KUZMA 

Thank you. Mom and Dad: January 24. I97S': 
Charley: Cooke 105 and the footprints: work- 
study for Dr. Weber: workstudy for Dr. Elson 
— or the summer of 2.000 titrations: summer 
of '74: S&D and all those unpaid loans — 
thanks: Geoff and the Green Gremlin. 




DR JOH.\ C MERTZ. B.S.. M.S . Ph D 
.Assistant Professor of Biology 



JOSEPH RICHARD Li VBLI 

Weekends with Diane. Work Hall Dorm par- 
ties. Quant lab. the Work Hall gang. Streaking 
on 202. IM Sports. Thanks Mom and Dad. 
Goodbye and good luck to DVC. 




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VIRGIMA QL ELCH 



MR. ROSALD DEERISG. B.S.. .V/.S. 
Associate Professor of Biology 





577:1 £.\ KLH.\Kt 

"Pari ring with my buds" 
kends at D VC and E- Town. 



K.l) MO.\D SHAFFER 
Those great wee- Thanks to my folks: friends. Jrienjs. jriends 

"Who's Dr. Work?": "florida". 




DR B.4RB.iR.4 .UL SE. Ph D. 
.Assistant Professor oj Biology 




D.A.MEL SHASDROWSK Y 

Water fights in the Dorm; a lot of work: thanks 
to my Mother" s help. 




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DR JAMES E MILLER. B. A.. MA .Ph D 

Assistant Professor oj Biology 




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Freshman chem lab with Doc Weber and Bob 
Kopacz. Thanks lo all my buddies in the Gold- 
man Hall T Jar thai special party the night 
before my first microbiology test and for hous- 
ing me during my Senior year. Quarts and 
hoagies and H.D.F. Motivation? It was a good 
4 years. Special thanks to Mom and Dad. 





DR PAIL R BOWES. A.B. 

M.S.. Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 



_ CHARLES SWORRILOW. Ill 

'■ii? IQ years later thanks to Meg and everyone else. 



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Chairman: Business Administration Department 
Assistant Professor of Business Administration 



To the Business Administration Class of 1975: 

In the four years of your academic experience at Delaware 
Valley the world has undergone some fundamental changes. 
Some would say that an era of plenty has passed. Others hope 
that an era of conservation has begun. In either view it is 
obvious, perhaps painfull) so. that new problems yet unsolved 
lie ahead. Do you see our economic and energv crisis as a 
challenge? Certainly the difficult times which are ahead should 
bring out the best that is in us. You have not made the world 
which you inherit, however neither has any other generation. 
But you are better equipped to deal with the new situation. 
Your studies have given you a base of knowledge upon which 
solutions can be built. The faculty and I have confidence in 
your demonstrated abilit\, to achieve the results which must be 
attained. 

George F. West 





FLO) D KEITH ALDERFER 



JERR) ARTIGLIERE 



JOH.\ ALLE\ BER.\ETSKIE 

Thanks w Mom and Dad Bern Po: Dil 
Mooner Hoagie An. Special thanks lo Marya- 
lice. 




GEORGE BERGDOLL 



FRA .\CIS BORRA CCIM 









ALV/y Bi MFORD 

ll has been a long lime since that 
first day at Bucks. Thanks to all 
the people who helped me along 
the way. To my parents. Debbie, 
and the bovs. 





R.A ) .\10\D G C.APOZZI 

POZ": Thanks to Mom and 
Dad lor pushing me along: 
Thanks to Bern for giving me his 
notes and helping me on tests. 
Moon. 



MR EDW.ARD McCOOL. BS . MBA 

.Assistant Professor oj Business .Administration 



PHILIP DILIBERTO 

Special thanks to Mom and Dad, The gang: 
Bern. Poz. .Moon. Brute. .An. "Mopar", 
Cooke Hall bovs. .Also, thanks to Rhonda. 



KE.\.\ETHJ CLE.M.MER 






JOHS II FORD 

Pizza's in Here! Is nothing sacred' A. J.. C. 
Charles. All my other Friends and Pals. Well. 
I might make il. Specials lo: Themom and 
Bop. and lo Diane 



STA.\TO.\ F. GRAEFF 

Samuel Hall gang. Rick. Greg, Dan. Bob. and 
Joe. "Gel these midgets out of my room". 

White Christmas. Monday .\'ight Football. 

Weinman's jokes. "Lei's play cards". Skyline. 




ROBERT L FREDERICKS 

Thanks to Mom. Dad and Robin who helped 
make it possible. 



MA TTHEW DA VID FRICKER 

Special thanks to Mom. Bill, friends and Ja- 



JAMES P GREGORY 







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MR ROBERT F WEISMAS. BS . C P A 

Assistant Prujessur of Business Administration 



CHRISTOPHERJ REVIELLO 

Elson Hole. OrchanI Parties. Penn Hall. 
Penthouse. All-Mghters. "Mare". Food 
Fights. Special Thanks to .\ty Parents. 



TERESA A.\.\ RUTHERFORD 

Thanks to Mom and Dad: memories and Boh. 



THOMASSM) TH 

Special thank s to Mom and Dad. Football and 
Friends made Del ial worthwhile Thanks to 
Dan. Joel. J PH.. .4ce. and Tom. 






MK UERALD HA.XDLER.B.S.At.A. 
Inslnulur in Business Adminislralion 





JOSEPH SLWAJKO 

Many thanks to Uncle Sed and my parents. 



PRESTOy WILKERSOS 

Special ihanks lo Mom and Dad Wiilunil 
Club Rap I personally wouldn't be here. I will 
always remember the year Rap became the 
Basketball champs. 





MR BO) D 11 GHERISG. BS . MS. MS 

Associate Professor oj Physical Sciences 





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To the Chemistry Class ot" 1975: 

\our success in life can be likened to a chemical reaction. 
Years of preparation have provided you with the basic requir- 
ements, from which can be yielded a bright future. However, 
without a catalytic agent, reactants may remain uncombined 
and unproductive. The necessary catalyst is YOU and its ef- 
fectiveness w ill be determined by your enthusiasm, hard work, 
and a patience with and understanding of \ our fellowman. 

On behalf of the chemistry faculty. I uish to extend to you 
our congratulations and best wishes for a future in which you 
are always able to lower life's barriers, being productive. 
changing, but remaining unchanged. 

Sincerel). 

Robert L. Orr 

Chairman: Chemistry Department 



DR. ROBERT S. ORR. .A.B.. M.S.. Ph.D. 

Chairman: Chemistr> Department 

Professor of Chemistrv 





DR. EDWARD GOLDBERG. .4 8. Ph.D. 
Associate Professor ofChenuslry 



RICHARDS HABERACKER 




DIWIS Al lihRJ 

But D..-\.. it's reading loo last. FLASH! Work 
Hall friends. Molecular models by "Stretch". 
Yeah. Right. 




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





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The gang al the Sliideni Cenler; the Organic 
Qual labs ihal look Jorever and still never 
worked: - Chrisimas parlies: ")c>u can'l do 
lliall": Jackie: ihe H M.S. Gauss: all my jriends 
and classmates. 




DR RICHARD C. LLGAR. B.S . .US. Ph D. 
.Assistant Professor of Chemistry 




JOSEPH JOH\ SETTA ■ 

Work Hall Gang. Intramural Sports. Chem 
Gang. Bermuda '74. "PL TZ". 



DR. JESSE ELSO.W BS . BS . .US. Ph D 
Professor of Chemistry 




DR. JOSEPH p. STE!\SOS. BS . I'h P 
Assistant Professor oj Cheinisirv 



PR MICHAEL 
GARRETT. B. A . Ph D 

Assistant Projessur uj 
Chemistry. 





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LARRY A. WOLFE 

The ,\MR that never wurl^eil. 



PR RICHARD A LAZARUS. BS.. MS.. Ph D 

.Assistant Professor oj Chemistry 




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DR JOHN R PLUMMER. BS , MS, Ph D 

Chairman: Dair> Husbandry Department 

Assistant Professor of Dairy Science 



To the Dair> Husbandr\ Class of 1975: 

As you leave Delaware Valley College, you embark upon one of the 
greatest challenges of your life — the opportunity to make your 
contribution to your chosen field. No longer will your life be ordered 
by classroom assignments, professional instruction, and hypotheti- 
cal examinations. You are now on your own to make decisions as 
to what you will or will not do. and the hypothetical examinations 
become realistic situations which end in problems or accomplish- 
ments. 

During your four years at DVC. we have endeavored to give you a 
basic background upon which to pursue your chosen career. It is m> 
belief that each of you is capable of making worthwhile contribu- 
tions in \ our chosen field. 

Good luck and best wishes for a happv and successful future! 

John Plummer 




ROGER L CAMPBEIJ. 

Miiin Thanks lo mv wijf. Paul 



KE.WETH E. GRLBE 

Xtanv thanks lo Gauvers. More thanks lo Mom 

and Dad. Most thanks to God. 




DANIEL JAMES FORCE) 
Many thanks lo Mom and Dad 





ELEA NORE KIM CASSEL 

"zee" triplets, lunches on the Hall, dynamic 
chicken trips — "POOSH". ^ackers. 4 a.m. 
makings —gid. hag evalualers lohn duty 

at the dairy. 41 .000 jaw movemenf- 4 ft'V n/ 

all turkeys in 1951 were white I y) Ih^ salna 

/day. Thanks to niy family and 'riends Jar 4 
years at DVC. 



RICK HOMAN 

Many o/ those great people I met freshman year 
and haye known well through these past 4 years. 
The great handball tournaments I'ye been in and 
especially the great championship series Wayne 
and I haye been in. Can't forget all those wres- 
tling seasons without much food, but plenty of 
practice. Ell never forget all those long weekend 
treks home lo Centre County. Pa. Again, the one 
thing that will never he forgotten is .411 the people 
Eve met and have undergone so many experiences 
with. Most oj .411. .4 sincere thanks to my parents 
and lamily who made this possible. 




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DAVID LO\ Gt:\ECKER 
This schuul is Jar from being perjeci. but I'm 
convinced I would not hare made a beller choice. 
Thanks to "Doc" and J.R P Jur iheir help and 
challenges Also, lo each friend, thanks Jor being 



TIMOTHY MANNING 



CL\D) MlDOWELL 

"Crystal" . "Tico". and alt niv friends. 




DA VI D RA ma 

Many thanks to Mont and Dad /or making these 
4 years possible. 







TRE.XT W SLIKER 

1 117/74: on ihe telephone wilh DETS: The Big 
Three. 2nd sem. Jr )>.. Thanks to mv parents: 
and to Donna for making the lour vears ?o faster 

~6/2Sl7y 



TIMOTHY J SSYDER 



LEWIS M TERREL 

Thanks to Mom and Dad I'll always remember 
Don and Saturday class: Rich was Joe's right 
hand man: and Mike's helicopter with ballast 
tanks, .\ever forget all my friends. 




DR J A MES D McCAFFREE. B.S . MS.PhD 
Instructor in Dairy Husbandry 



MICHAEL TORETTA 








FLOREyCE CAMILLA WOOn 

OJ] campus Ireshman year. i;</tHl limes and gouil 
jnencls: Dec Ml IV7J: Brown Swiss. Thanks for 
everyihini;. .Mom and Dad. . Blair. 



./()ll\ HI AIR ) i RKA.\r\ 
I he I- rut fames, and good Jriends. Special 
thanks lo Mom and Dad. Socks and Cammy. 




MR HAROLD E THIRE) . BS . M.S. 

Instructor in Animal Science 





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




To the Food Industry Class of 1975: 

You have received a Bachelor of Science Degree, so- 
mething that the majority of your own age counterparts 
have not. It is an intangible quantity, one that at times 
you cannot visualize or comprehend. The harvest of 
years of academic toil is there however; the ability to 
evaluate the significance of many events and facts passed 
over by those without your qualifications. 

It is important to your own success in life and to the 
success of society that you realize, with this degree, you 
not only have a greater reward to reap, you also have a 
greater responsibility to mankind. 

Richard M. Dommel 

Chairman: Food Industry Department 




DAVID J. ALU- 



RONALD C. DEERINd MARIE GLASS 

A greal place to visil. hut li/c iiiii.\l gu o/i. 






WALTER HOPKISS 

•Yoh. Bear': ■Quani": Roll em: Fla. ISA: The 
Pit: Truckin wiih friends. I wish I could express 
in Kords ihe thanks I have for m\ family and my 
friends. May every second of sadness lead to an 
hour of happiness. 



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MR JOH.\ C BARXES. BS . .U S 

Assistant Professor oj Food Industry 





SUSA^^ MacMURCHY 



EDWARD K. McHLGH 



JOH\ SI LA ^ 

Basketball during Junior year. Running on Route 
20 J. Thanks and Good Luck to all my friends, 
especially John and Pete. 




MK Wll I.IAM LEE PORTER. B.S . M.S. 
t\'.i\uini I'rufci.sor of Food Iiulusiry 



.ASTHO\ YD l.t.SSO.\E 
.\EVER eating, summer of '74 and beaching, no 
parking place, ihe rope hammock, broken T.V. 
and ripped uiil desk of Wolfson Hall. Homeward 
hound. f):iO Wednesday mornings, long talks 
with my buddy, many hours by my desk, taking 
it easy.'. MOM. D.-ID. my brothers and sister and 
all those Jriends that have helped me see a dream 
come true during the past 4 years, and the R.AM 
— without him times would have been almost un- 
bearable, to the good times we had together, 
buddy. They were real. Times were rough but 
Ood is good. I thank him for the many values he 
has allowed me to realize while at DVC: for true 
Iricnds and mv la/iiih (mod Luck To Everyone! 










JOSEPH CSTOIGH 



DR. GEORGE TURNER. B.S . M.S.. PhD 
Professor of Food Industry 



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To the Horticulture Class of 1975: 

Congratulations on your great achievements over the 
last few years in which you have successfully followed 
your chosen field of study and now stand at the thre- 
shold of your professional life. You will find horticul- 
ture a satisfying profession with just remunerative 
rewards. You are e.xpected to contribute substantially 
to your chosen profession. More important will be 
what you contribute to your neighborhood and com- 
munity as a friend and citizen. Best wishes for your 
success! 

Clinton R. Blackmon 

Chairman: Horticulture Department 



DR. CLINTON R. BLACKMON, B.S , MS.. Ph.D. 

Chairman: Horticulture Department 
Professor of Plant Science 






JEROME BLUNDO 

"Wop. Wop and Wasp" — Devinnev you / 

Dilks General Store — Barness Hall Social Club 

— I.H.T.F.P. — "Scummin" — "Bros." — 
"Woodus Chippus" — Mennonites — ""The 
Three Muskateers'" — Iron and Steal Falcon Ex- 
cursions — D VC Jumps on Weekends — Ralph 

— Special thanks to Mom and Dad Jor making 
it all possible — Joanne 



RICHARD DEVI.WEY 

Samuel Hall 207 — Mr roommate Stan — The 
Barness Hall Gang < John. Jerry. Pickles. Jeff. Bo. 
and Ray I — "Blundo. you— 11- — Hon Club — 
Picking .Apples — A-Day — 'White Christmas" 

— "See ya tomorrow at lunch" — "Do you like 
nuns'"'" — Johnny Chainsaw — Josh — Flaky — 
i'innie Vinifera — Zehenderbore — "Scummin" 

— The Mennonites — "Save the chunky stuff 

— Playing Cards — I.H.T.F.P. — "Oh. I"m Co- 
min""" — Bumper Sking — "D.VC. jumps on 
weekends" — "Sice Hands" — John Wavne. 




SAMUEL T CALLIE 

VIman 1st 13 1. Samuel 2nd III. Harrishurg F.S. 
"75". Skating "in" L.A., Ed's. Skyline, and 
many parties. My Thanks for all those who 
helped me make it. 



JEFFREY K DILKS 

3 years with York. Pa.; The Barness Mansion: 
Mennonites: Johnny Chain-Saw and Vinnie vine- 
fera: all the vegetable courses: .4-day '75: Dyna- 
mic men of Hort.: Thanks to Mom and Dad who 
made it all possible — Good Morning Bow. 
Guess What??? 




JEFFREY CLARKE 

Beehouse. 





LEROY GAVE.VTA 

Elson Hall. Barness hoys. Hon boys. Barness 
101. Johnny Chainsaw. Josh. Doc B. Flakey. 
Zender bore. Vinny Vine/era. Trips from Doytes- 
lown to Swedesboro and back. DVC Mixers. 
DVC Jumps on Weekends. Joe Polock. Duke. 
)'ohey. Zim-Zim. Thanks lo Mom and Dad and 
Cedarvale Farms, 





CARTER OSBUR.'V HOFFMAN. JR. 



BARRY J HOSSLER 




1/ IV CHARLES 
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Puiila. K id fs Kilh 
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Pit crew. Trip lo Fla- 
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Kiihhervill. Pledge 
week. Hon Boys. 
Trips lo Falcon, mo- 
vie previews, quack- 
quack, memories oj 
manv friends and 
pals Thanks lo 
Mom and Dad and 
Paula. 




DR DA VI D BLUME.\FIELD. B.S.. A/ 5 . Ph.D. 
Professor of Horiicullure 



CHARLES W KOHLER.JR 




WILLLAM JAMES LAMOST. 
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RICHARD A MARINO 

_■'().'' North and South. Woifsohn Hall. Excellent 
-—excellent. "My Googatzs" . Johnny chainsaw. 
^C-l H.T.F.P.. Hey Boo-Boo. "OK!, let's move 
out!" . Hey AJ.. Get out of Bed." To my good 
buddv Tonv. thanks". Falcon N.J.. Work Study 
andC.S.. IVGASA. 



MR. LEER. ZEHNDER. BS . MS. 
Instructor in Horticulture 





JOSEPH J NA WOCZENSKI 
Scuba Trip. Florida Jan. 1974. Datsun Pickups 
Feb S, 1974. Class Pole. Many Thanks to Mom 
and Dad . Hon trips. 



JOHN I RIGOLIZZO 

Barness Hall Boys— Jerry. "Pickles". Bo. Dilks. 
Lerov. Ray. and "Duke". The Bros.. "Woodus 
Chippus". "Di^'C Jumps on Week-ends". Hon. 
Club, AS.H.S. Conventions, Wop. Wop. and 
Wasp. Falcon Excursions. Radio W- 
B O W M A.N.. Sitting on the Wall. Jimmy and 
Jerry. Ruth and JeJJ.. Jimmy Hopps. .4-Day 
Weekends, .April 28, 1972, .411 my friends in the 
Faculty. Staff and .Administration. l.HTF.P.. 
Barness Hall Social Club. Hardnocks. Mennon- 
ites. May 3, 1974, The Skyline, Johnny Chain- 
saw, Vinnie Vinifera. " Flakey" , "Excellent. Ex- 
cellent". Roody and Fred. Jack and .A. J.. Iron 
and Steal. "Lizzy" Dec. :S, 1974; "Scummin", 
O, Mary Jane! Good Times! Special Thanks to 
Mom and Dad for Everything. Me and Marita 
for 95 years! 



JOSEPH J SHAFFER 



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EDWARD STRELKO 

Skyline: Bill and Sam. Bells. Sophomore year 



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



CHRISTOPHER WATSON 





DR JOSHLA FELDSTEI\. BS . MS.. 
Ph D 

Professor of Horiiculture 





THOMAS K. YOHE 

Ulman Hall Isl. Barness HalL "Apples". The 
Good times with all the Hon men. the projs. 
senior picnic. Thanks tu mv parents and Roy. 







CHARLES H. ZIMMERMAN JR. 
Carol, together we have completed this journey. 
Your encouragement has been the Jare to success 
— Kill always remember: "Gabento" . ")'0KIE 
FEROKIE". -DILKSV. ■DUKE'. ■RIGGO'. 
"ROME" and all the Hort hoys, also "vinny 
vinejera" . Dr B Flakey. and Woods Edge. 




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Chairman: Ornamental Horiiculliire Depart- 
nienl. Professor oj Plant Science. 



To the Ornamental Horticulture Class of 1975: 

^'ou ha\e completed in the last four years one of life's most 
difficult but enjoyable periods. \our moti\ations. ambi- 
tions and progress have -been followed by your professors 
with keen interest and hope for your success. Now it is 
hoped that you meet the challenges of your life's w ork and 
community with the same enthusiasm and motivation that 
carried you successfully through our academic program. 
Our sincerest wishes go with \ou for a rich. happ> and 
rew arding life. 

Clinton R. Blackman 



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JAMES C BAILEY 

Life with: Dave. Margie, my f amity and especial- 
ly Eileen Walsh. 




MARK A. COLE 

Work Hall 2nd. 3 yrs.. 1974 A-Day. Philadelphia 
Concerts. "Josh". "Too deep for your shallow 
mind'". See ya "Thanks for the naming!" 

Many thanks to my family and Claudia. 



EDWIS G. COPES HA VER 
"Lefly". Yes Kelt. — "Thais a deep subject". 
The Great "Doc" — very helpful and a great 
runner. Best H'ishes to all Fellow students and 
faculty and may God Bless! That Litxurious Sen- 
ior Room!! 





R.4 ) MO.\D CROKER 

Barneys Boys: Karen — 2/13/71: CCC and V.C 
weekends. Sorihern Surseries: Rivers Edge with 
Boh qnd Kathie. Thanks to Mom and Dad and 
Karen for being there when I needed them. 



D.AVIDDORSSEIF 

Barness II. .411 the buds. Help of .Mom and Dad. 

Vo Ralph. 



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hninulor in Oniiinifiilal Horticulture 




DAM HI. EDLI.\0 

Good 4 years Buddy. It was worth the hassei To 
Stan. Boh. Ed. Rick. Joe. Straw and the good 
times, water fights. Imramurals. Monday night 
Football. Gin Party, thats what she said. Hey 
Assoc . Thanks Mom and Dad. To my Princess. 




BRUCE EHRLER 

Barness Buds. ■'Court" in Barness 2nd floor. 



RICHARD M FRA.XKOSKV 

Elson Hole -3: Traveling many weekends. Mak- 
ing il by hook or by crook. Partying in the or- 
chards. Making a hit. G. 204 the bing. Late night 
"studies", the earthquake. Concerts. S2IS. 12 
hour parties. Our house. WMMR. M. Crisman, 
Wuss. T W . J H.. Chris. Sventy. Jack. Sunrise, 
Becoming a^are of many things. It all works out 
in the end S. 




WA YNE ANTHONY INGERTO 

A-day — greased pole climb. Brian for the Soap 
year. Ed for the Pizza — on-the-bike year. Dave 
for the light-switch year. Rick for the Luxury 
year. Chris for always. 



PAUL LA AV WE 

Weekend trips home with Goofy, Carol and Roy, 
Saturday Labs: Work Hall — sleepless nights — 
sleeping days: Thanks to God and parents for 
helping me through. 




JEFFREY STL I R T MmSAIR 

Pool Hall. OH ich Itih. CalchTuiJoiul 



PETER D LOLGHLI.X 

Four great years al D VC. Ulman III gang. Three 
rcors of Samuel 219 with a great bunch of guys: 
Dave. Frank. Mike. Stanby. Sleffella. and the best 
roomy ever — Porky. Special thanks to the greatest 
Parents a guy can have 




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




ROBIS MA.XWELL 
Summers at DVC. Work Hall. 
■PVTZ'. SPIC. ■WIL- 
LIE". " Do you follow me" . VI- 
man Hall and the original 
group. 



JAMES L. MILLER. JR. 

Special //iomA.v lo my parents who have made my 

graduation possible: LIman 3rd: Oh. those 

Thursday nights! I'll never forget the memories 

and friends I made in these past few years and a 

special salute to a school that gives people a 

chance. 



D.4VIDS. MITCHELL 

Commuting by train, pan time resident ol Sa- 
muel Hall: many thanks to Pete and Porky: fan- 
tastic class of '75. 



D.AVID L MYERS 




WILLI.AMJ. .\EULLE 

Beating on the tills: The Elson gang: Good limes 
up north at the Ark: the Downhill Maniacs: Jus' 
keep on iruckin 



MR FRAXK GRAU. B.S.. MA 

■issislant Professor of Ornamental Horticulture 



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ALFRED G RACZYNSKI 

The Cuuke Hall Boys oj 71-72. Intramural jool- 
hall treshman year. Sew dorm episodes with 
Pop's and John D. "The Joker". Senior dorm 
proctor. BOSS". To my love P.J. K..Jor without 
her. lije and its pleasures would mean nothing. 
Thanks to Mom. Dad. and my sisters Jor their 
help and consideration these last 4 years with my 
victories and dejeals. Gel ready world, here I 
come. Hatch out! 



JOII\ ROLLA.\D 

Freshman year — BORISGH. shopping for vege- 
tables. C.B moving in. Montreal, many "good"" 
friends, junior parties. Cleveland. "Joan". "Love 
comedies"". O.T.R.. Costume party. Homecom- 
ing car, Bermuda trip. Clubbing summer '74. 
"RAG". Right Fielder"s Club, Flower World. 
Saks Fifth Ave.. ""Ticky Tacky". "Pinch", 
B.F.C.B.. Thank you Mom for everything! 



ROBERT J. RYAN 

Mark. Dave. Joe. and Grandpa. Checking the 

mailbox, running field trips with Mr. B: Hang on 

Baby, jriday's coming. My great parents, always 

pushing, always backing. My many friends for 

eternity. 



R.iLPH D SCHREIBER 

What a gang. Steve. Joe and Gary. Flemington 
Inn. N.J.: Shot the Moon: Weiman's Last Re- 
sort. Is there a Green House we missed?: Pete in 
Mass. Three years living with Polish Power: 
Thanks to Mom and Dad. 



PH YLLIS S L .SVl A SH.-i L B 
Old Orchard with Mrs. Wiggens and the VW: 
Great roommates Ruthie. Eileen, and Bev.: Wee- 
kends of e.xploring Bucks : County with Barry: 
Rainy football games: Cooke II — the sunniest 
room. Cooke Beech, the sit-in and streaking, 
Vpii Dorm II: What a J I si birthday party.'. Cool 
calm Mike, serious Tom. and Al's love stories: 
.\ew York with Keith and Chorale: Who's Who 
.-) ward: Bill : First girl to graduate majoring 
in Orn Hurl, going all four years at DVC: 
THA SKS TO M Y PA RENTS. 




MR FREDRICS. BLAU. BE. A 
Professor of Landscape Design 



GARY R SCHLLER 

More thanks than I can say to Mom and Dad 

Gralejul to R B.. D.S.L.. LSD and all my 

Buds. Headquarters. Greenie Meanies. Aggy- 

land 



MR ABRAHAM Ki:i. LIS 
hislruclur in Fluricullure 



RA YMO\D M STROHMCK Y 

Special thanks to my parents, partying with Paul, 

Vince. and Kellar. Truckin' in the orchards. A-Day 

I Grand Champion). 




THOMASSVENTY 

Really: Elson Hall: Samuel 225 and 215. 11)4 
Shewelt Ave: Apple: The Three Stooges: Vase/C: 
Headquarters: The Hippies. Too many all 
nighters': Good Times/ Bad Times — everything 
works out in the end. am I right': D 



JOSEPH n THEESFELD.JR 
Many thanks to Mom and Dad. Work Hall. 
Track. Touch Football and basketball with Bum- 
Jord's Buys. 



DOUGLAS G. VA N SU YS 

Bole. J. P.. Marie, Bill, Danny, Steve, Mike and 

S. F. A nd my Parents who made it possible. 



WILLIAM J. WARD 

Junior prom: "The Hoagies": Menlality Chats 
with "Sian ihe Man": Killer: MiirJ: Lips: Fire 
extinguishers: Barbara: Ceiling Tiles: Do ya like 
St. Bernard's'-' Mitchell s Bar: .\ B.I.: Moes Do- 
Drop-Inn and one I'll never Jorget "Jeanne " 
I F — n Barn V I. 




JAXtEST liATKl.\S 

Barness Hall Buys — Jerry. John. Kav. Ho. 

Dilks. Leroy. f. r. Jimmy and "Duke". "The 

Brii.'i". 'Hyo/iw.i Chippus" . "Hop. Hop anil 
Hasp". Hon Club. "The Three Musketeers". 
I.H.T.F.P.. Sept. 29. 1973. Barness Hall Social 
Club. Mennoniles. Iron and Steel. Barness 109. 
Special Thanks to Mom and Dad for understand- 
ing, helping and caring. Special thanks to Carol 
Jor everything 




MICH. A EL. A HELLER 

Cuoke Hall Demonstration. Phyllis' Party, ill- 
man Hall 



STEl E\ H tl.U.4.\ 

.\ancy. without her I would have never made it: 
Flemingion Inn. Kings-nood Inn: Fat Ralph: all 
the good jriends at D V'C. 



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DR. JOHN C MERTZ. BS . M.S. Ph D. 

Assistant Professor of Biolog\ 




To !he Class of 1975 — 

Thank you Jor rhis opportunily to express my best wishes lo you. 

1 have enjoyed. IJ thai Is the term, watching your growth during the last Jour years 
as have. I am sure, all of my colleagues on the Faculty and In the Administration. 
We trust that your accumulated experiences with us will not only give you the 
foundation you will need to build satisfying lives for yourselves, but will also have 
whetted your appetite for growth Itself. For college graduation Is not an end. It Is 
a beginning. And in the years ahead, we hope that you will look back upon your 
beginnings at Delaware Valley College with nostalgia, a sense of satisfaction, and 
with the sense of confidence they and your own maturity will provide you. 

This Is not a time for saying good-bye we shall all be looking forward to seeing 
you again, to hearing of your growth and success. For in a very real sense, your 
success Is our success. .And of that we are confident. 

The very best of luck, and welcome to that distinguished body, the .Alumni of 
Delaware Valley College. 



Sincerely. 

John C. Mertz 



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IN ME MORI U 




CHARLES W.WALKER 

1953-1972 



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

For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, 

as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain. 



Gibran 




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PHYLLIS SHAL'B 



KAREN FRY 



We, the co-editors of the 1975 Cornucopia, wish to extend our thanks to all the many 
people who have contributed to this book. We appreciate the aid received from Mr. 
McClelland, the Daily Intelligencer and our student photographers for their long 
hours and many pictures: Mr. James O'Reilly for designing the front cover; Dianne 
Rogers and Lisa Harvey for their artwork: Mrs. Galitz for her assistance with 
business and typing: and special thanks to our adviser, Mr. Robert Sauer, who was 
always ready with a helpful hint or idea for the staff and stood by patiently lending 
moral support during those hectic deadline times. 

We would particularly like to extend deep appreciation to the entire yearbook staff 
for their hard labors, patience and cooperation, without which, this yearbook would 
not have been possible. 

Karen Fry 

Phyllis Sliaub 

Co-Editors, 1975 Cornucopia 



CAMERA SHY 



ROBYN CHALK 
RICHARDCRONCE 
WILLIAM FRICKER 
DENNISGAWRONSKI 
DALE GOLDBERG 
BRUCE HENRY 
DENNIS KAHAN 



CHARLES LEEDS 
JAMES MARTIN 
BRUCL MILSTHIN 
GERARD MOROZ 
THOMAS MORRIS 
PHILIP NICHOLS 
TIMOTHY NOEL 



DEBBIE REAFLER 
MICHAEL ROSS 
RANDOLPH SHERW OOD 
WILLIAM SMITH 
EDMUND SUCKANSKi 
STEPHEN WRIGHT 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



AGRONOMY 

RLTH FRA .\CES A R BEL O 

72 H.SialeSl. 

Doyleslown. Pa. IS90I 

Agronom y Club: D. T.A . 

JEFFREY BOWMAN 

332 SpringJale A ve. 

York. Pa'^ 17403 

A-Dav "74" . "75": .Agrunomy Club 

RICHARD CRO.XCE 

R.D.^1 

Phillipshurg. N.J. 08865 

JOHN DEM A TTEO 

lI8John.slon Dr ExI. 

North Piainfield. N.J. 07060 

ROBERT T DYSON 

Jacksonville Rd. 

Burlington. N.J. 08016 

Agronomy Club 1 .2.3.4: ICC 3: Football I: .^oil Conservation 2 

GREGOR Y C FANTLZZl 

15 Meadow Dr. 
Little Falls. N.J. 07424 
Agronomy Club 
TIMOTHY FOX 

16 Norman Rd. 

Upper Montctair. N.J. 07043 

JOHN M. FREDERICK 

Boxl3l.R.D.#2 

New Hope. Pa. 18938 

Track 1.2 

ROBERT J. FVLLERTON "Bud" 

2501 Woodlawn Dr 

Bristol. Pa. 19007 

Football 

GARY ROBERTJORGENSEN 

50 Spruce St. 

Fairview. N.J. 07022 

LINWOODS KELLAR 

R.D.~I 

Douglassville. Pa. 19518 

Volleyball: Ping Pong. Pinball: Intramural Baseball: .Agronomy Club 

ROBERT E. LEI BY 

R.D.it2 

Kempton. Pa. 19529 

Intramural Basketball: .Agronomy Club: Cross Country "72" 

VALMORELESSARD 

Greenhill lid. 

Cedars. Pa 19423 

DENNIS E. McCO Y 

RD. it I. Box 249 

Aliquippa. Pa. 15001 

Agronomy Club 1.2.3.4: Vice-Pres. 3: D.T.A. 3.4 

THOMAS MORRIS 

26 N. Sproul Rd. 

Broomall. Pa. 19008 

GORDON T. NAIRN 

R.D.#I 

Douglassville. Pa. 19518 

CHRISTOPHER D. OLSZYK 

38 Gerard A ve. 

Basking Ridge, N.J. 07920 

Bowling Club 1 .2.3.4: Track 

BARRY PISTINER 

4 Scarlet Oak Dr. 

Lafayette Hill. Pa. 19444 

PHILIP J. POLISKIEWICZ 

RD.ifl 

Bangor. Pa. 18013 

Intramural Football: Basketball: Softball: Agronomy Club: Bowling 

RICHARD G. RA THJENS 

707 New York Blvd. 



Sea Girt. N.J. 08750 

.Agronom y Club 2.3,4: Social Activities Chairman 3. D T A 3.4 

CHRISTOPHER K. SCHEIRER 

646 Concord Circle 

Trenton. N. J. 086 1 8 

Agronomy Club 

CATHERINE E THOMAS 

6 Big Piece Rd 

Fairfield. N.J. 07006 

Agronomy Club 1 ,2,3,4 — Corresponding Sec. 2: Conservation Society 1,2,3,4 

— A-Day Rep. 2, Publicity 2. Vice-Pres. 4: Soil Judging 2: Cheerleading I: 

A-Day Publicity Co-Chairman 2. A-Day Assl. Chairman 2. .A-Day Chairman 

3. A-Day Co-Chairman 4: ICC. 3.4: D.T.A. 3,4, Treasurer 4: Equine Club 

I: Technical Session Keystone Chapter Soil Conservation Society of America 

2,3,4: Chairman 4 

W.LARRY TOWLE 

Box 165 

Newton Sq.. Pa. 19073 

.Agronomy Club. Basketball Mgr. 

MIC HA EL WA S Y LKEWICZ 

385 Vaughn St 

Luzerne. Pa. 18709 

Agronomy Club: D.T.A. 

MICHAEL D. WELLS 

517 Wallace St. 

Stroudsburg, Pa. 18360 

Varsity Basketball: Varsity Golf: Varsity Club 

GLENN C. WYBLE 

Point Pleasant Pike 

Doyleslown. Pa. 18901 

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 

FRANK NICHOLAS ALI 

1425 Beriton .Ave. 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 15212 

Football Mgr. 1.2.3.4: Wrestling Mgr. I: DTA 3.4: Block ($ Bridle 1.2.3.4: 
Publication Officer 3.4: .A-Day Showman 2. Varsity Club 3,4 
DAYLEBERGER 
8 Kilmer Dr. 
Colonia, N.J. 07067 
GA YLE L UCLA BERGER 
8 Kilmer Dr. 
Colonia. N. J. 07067 

Equine Club 1: Band 1.2.3.4: .A-Day Rep. 3.4: .Animal Husbandry Club 
1.2,3,4: Treasurer 2,3.4: Dairy Club 1.2.3.4: Dairy .Annual Editor 3.4: Hume- 
coming Float 2: Disc Jockey WAPO I 
CLIFFORD R. BLACK 
Boxl48,R.D.#l 
Cabot. Pa. 16023 

Block <$ Bridle Club: D.T.A.: F.F.A . Intramural Football 
HERBERT RUSSELL BONNICE.JR. 
41 E. Walnut St. 
Kingston. Pa. 18704 
Block <$ Bridle Club 2.3 
SALE) J COLBY 
905 Gilman Rd 
Horsham. Pa. 19044 

Block & Bridle: Dairy Society: A-Dav Freshman Judging Team 
MARGARET JEAN COURTNEY 
137 Township Rd. 
Sellersville. Pa 18960 

Block & Bridle Club: .A-Day strawing. Women's hitramurals 
MICHAEL POWERS ELLIS 
4003 London Terrace 
Rockville. Md. 20853 
Football: Varsity Club: Block <& Bridle 
EDWARD T. ENGLE.JR. 
13 Croft wood A pis. 
Feasterville. Pa 19047 
Block & Bridle Club: Intramural Sports 
DAVID L LEE 
336 Crum Creek Lane 



XfwlomiSq.Pa. IW)7i 

Block & Bridle: IJvi-xlUik J lulfiiiiii I cum 

I'EIERJ LEVAy 

Box IJ7 

Olcv. Fa 1^547 

l.ivcslock Jml^m^ ream. H'rcilint; I emu 

lion \HI) Mil Kill 

:^0J .\t(i»rrSl. 

I'hilii.. Pa. /V/.'!: 

BKLCt: MILSTHiy 

:()^ .Suiruli\h RJ 

Mcnoii. I'a IWltift 

R()bi:ki I Mon Rt-) 

Syhirrsvillc. I'a LS.W 

PI. A.: Block A BriJIcChih. hiininiunil Spori.s l.:..^.4 
nil.l.lAMJ Mi RDOCII 
1614 Fowvood Manor 
Levillown. Pa IW)^6 
THOMAS l-RA \K PA RK . JR. 
12 Terry Lane 
Clark.. \. J. 07066 

Inicrcollegialc Livestock Judging Team: Block c< Bridle Cluh 1. 2.}. 4: Pro- 
gram Chairman 4: .i-Dav: Dairy Society I. 1) I .1 J.4 
JO.\ATHA.\ P REP.ilR 

:s Ro.i.t St. 

Somerville. .\.J. ()SS76 

OiAiA Country: Intramurah. Block & Bridle Cluh: Livestock Judging Team 
JOHS W ROCKAFII.LOW 
Lower Mountain Rd 
Forest Grove. Pa. ISV22 
Track: Football: Chorale. Bhnk c< Brulle 
MICHAEL ROSS 
Quakertown H'csI G-107 
Quakeriown. Pa IS95I 
JOH.\ L SALAHUB 
76 Oak A ve. 
Irvington. .\.J.07III 

Height Lifting: Block & Bridle: Diary Society: .4-Day Special Events: Secre- 
tary — Junior <$ .Senior Class 
DOSALDJ SCHAEFFER 
R D -5 

Sinking Spring. Pa l'i60S 
RAsboLPH SHERWOOD 
420 W. State St. 
Dovlestown. Pa. IS90I 
LA UREL F. STERLING 
630 White Horse Pike 
Ahsecon. .\'.J.nS20l 
TERR) J STERX 
II .\. Lajayette .Ave. 
Ventnur City. N. J. 08406 
HOWARD SUHER 
I Dicsal Lane 
Holvoke. Mass. 01040 
RONALD D TROUTMAN 
R D -> 

Kitlanning. Pa 16201 

J. ^ Basketball. 2 yrs.. Block <$ Bridle Club i yrs.: Dairy Society 2 yrs. 
ROBERT D VAN HORN 
64 Kansas Rd 
Warrington. Pa IS976 
J A y C WITWER 
Bo.\437 MineRd .R D.itI 
Paradise. Pa. 1 7562 

Block & Bridle: FFA Club: ICC: Livestock Judging Team. Wrestling 
STEPHEN WRIGHT 
346 Grape St 
Warminster. Pa IS974 
RICHARD G /.EIDERS 
R D^ I 
Dalmatia. Pa 17017 

BIOLOGY 

MICHAEL L..ACKLEY 
R D^3 

Middlehurg. Pa, 1 7H42 

Varsity Cluh: Karate Club: .Apiary Club: .Scuba Club: Wrestling 



ALLEN E. BA R TL EBA I. G II 

23S Logan A ve. 

State College. Pa I6S0I 

Football: Wrestling. Intramural Sollhall. Hunting & Fishing 

RICHARD BASH 

51 Shelter Lane 

l.evittown. Pa. 191)56 

MARK BEI.INSKY 

H62 Mill Rd. 

Andalusia. Pa. 19020 

JOHN BORUTA 

5 Boston Ivy Rd. 
Levittown. Pa. 19057 

"The Bowling Team": .Straight Pool 
RICHARD BROOKS 
37 Billingsley Dr. 
Livingston. N.J. 07039 
KENNETH BUCHHOLZ 
213 MdlerAve. 
Somerville. N.J. OS,S76 

Student Government 1.2. Secretary, A I B S 4: Science Society 1,2: Intra- 
murals4: WAPO I: A P() 1.2.3.4 
KEVIN J.CASEY 
405 Prospect A ve. 
Pine Beach. N.J. 0S74 1 
Soccer: WAPO 
ROB) N CHALK 
27 Lincoln Ave. 
Lansdale.Pa. 19446 
JEFFREY A. CHILD 
3127 Stony Creek Rd. 
Norristown. Pa. 19401 
WILLIAM J CONN 
909 Chews Landing Rd 
Voorhees. N.J. 0,S043 
MARK r DARRAH 
3641 Cedarwoud Court 
BettendorJ. Iowa 52722 
Soccer Club: ALBS: Inlramurals 
GEOFFREY A DAVIS 
Indian Hill Rd. 
Bedjord. N. Y. 10506 

Equine Cluh 3.4. A IBS 4: Ram 3.4: Bowling I 
RANDALL A. DA Y 
464 Turner .A ve. 
Dre.xel Hill.Pa. 19026 
MAUREEN DWYER 
121 St. Francis Court 
Danville. CaliJ. 94526 

Cheerleader 1.2.3: Captain 2.3: Varsity Cluh 2.3,4: Secretary 3.4: Student 
Government 2: A.I. B.S. 4 
PETER D. TERENCE 
1848 Banyon Tree Dr 
Edgewater. Fla. 32032 

ALBS.: Photography Cluh: Chorale: Private Pilot: Organist 
WILLIAM FRICKER 
IS Shirley Rd. 
Halhoro.Pa. 19040 
KAREN L. FRY 
422 Norristown Rd. 
Horsham. Pa. 19044 

Chorale 1.2.3.4: A-Day Rep. I. Secretary 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 4: Madrigal 
Singers 2.3.4: Contemporary Cluh 2.3. Secretary 2.3: Cornucopia. Staff 3, 
Co-Editor 4: A. I. B.S 4: Who's Who .Among Students in .American Colleges 

6 Universities 4 
CHARLES E GELTZ 
725 Evans Rd 
Springfield. Pa. 19064 

Tennis 2.4: Hon Club 1.2: .A. IBS. 4: Intramural Football 1: Intramural 

Bowling 1 

JOHN GRAHAM 

212 Austin Drive 

Fairless Hills. Pa. 19030 

A . I. B.S.: Science Societ i — Secretary 

WILLARDGRANATH.JR 

1016 Stokes Ave. 

Beverly. N.J. 08010 

Volleyball 



DARLENEF. GREBE 

315 Perkiomen A ve. 

Lonsdale. Pa. 19446 

CRAIG S. HARTMAN 

76 Greenbrook Drive 

Leviiwwn. Pa. IW55 

Clandestine .4ci:yiiies: .4ri: Scuba: "The Bulling Team" 

LISA A S.\ HARVEY 

405 Cedar Hill Rd. 

Ambler. Pa. 19002 

PETER HEFFERA V 

3 Beech wood Dr. 

Smcasimna. .V 7. 07S76 

Fuoihall I: Ram 3.4: A IBS 4: Circle K 4 

BRLCEHE\Ry 

Italer/urd Rd. 

Blue Anchor. S.J. 0H037 

JOSEPH HESRY 

405 Warminster Rd 

Hatburu. Pa. 19040 

JAMES HOPPS 

322 Oak Parkway 

Diinellen. S.J. 08812 

Student Government Dorm Rep.: Wrestling 

WILLIAM J. KISTIGH 

429 Gilmore A ve. 

Trullord. Pa. 15085 

ROBERT KOPACZ 

643 Colgate .4 ve. 

Perth Amboy. S. J. 08861 

Student Government: ALBS.: Science Society: .4. P.O.: W.4PO. Intramurals 

EILEES KiZMA 

RD ^2. Bo.x 42. Pitkin Hill Rd. 

John.wnCitv..\.y. 13790 

JOSEPH R Li) BLI 

R.D=I 

Hellertown. Pa 18055 

Intramural Sojtball: Wrestling: ( ollevball: Football: Basketball 

PHILIP J. MCHOLS 

ITT W. .Montgomery Ave. 

Sorth Wales. Pa 19454 

MARK C.POWELL 

158 Sew Jersey .4 ve. 

Collingswood'.S.J. 08108 

VIRGISIA QUELCH 

Bo.\63.R.R.s4 

Sussex. S.J. 07461 

GLESS RASD 

868 Spruce Lane 

Harleysville. Pa 19430 

CHARLES E RISEHIMER 

166 Holly Ave. 

Penndel.Pa. 19047 

STEVES RUHSKE 

8 Ridgeview Terrace 

Clark. S.J. 07066 

Soccer: A. IBS.: Intramurals 

RA YMOSD D. SHAFFER 

1070 E. Pumping Sta. Rd. 

Quakertown. Pa. 18951 

Chess Club: Science Society: .4. IBS. 

DA SI EL J. SHA SDRO WSK Y 

10 First St. 

Fords. S.J. 08863 

A SA SIMOS 

3141 Indiana Dr. 

Lower Burrell. Pa. 15008 

PAYEE. SORHAGE 

Box 405 

Upper Black Eddy. Pa. 18972 

JOSATHAS D.STEIS 

714 Cedar Lawn .4 ve. 

FarRockaway.S.Y. 11691 

Scietice Society — President: .4. IBS.. DlC Chapter — President: W.4PO 

D.J.: Ram Staff: Student Government Rep. 

CHARLESS. WORRILOW.III 

843 Hale St. 

Poitstown, Pa. 19464 

Veterans Club: Conservation Sociei y 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

FLOYD KEITH ALDERFER 
432 School Lane 
Harleysville. Pa. 19438 
Football: Baseball: Varsity Club. VP 3.4 
JERRY ARTIGLIERE 
1346 Paul Blvd. 
Manahawkin. S.J. 08050 
Wrestling Team 
GEORGE BERGDOLL 
3400 Eastern Blvd. 
York. Pa. 17405 
4 yr. Letterman in Golf 
JOHS A. BERSETSKIE 
400 PottsvilleSl. 
Minersville. Pa. 1 7954 

Business Club: Intramural Sports: Varsity Football 1 .2 
ERA SCIS BORRA CCISl 
879 Mustang Rd. 
Warrington. Pa. 18976 
ALVIS BLMFORD.JR. 
30 Chase .4 ve. 
Ivvland. Pa. 18974 
RA YMOSD G. CAPOZZl 
2420 Wood Ave. 
Edgely. Pa. 19007 
Business Club: Intramural Sports 
KESSETHJ CLEMMER 
380 W. Broad Si 
Teljord. Pa 18969 
PHILIP DILIBERTO 
330 West 6th St. 
Lansdale. Pa. 19446 
Business Club: Intramural Sports 
JOHS W FORD 
2130 .Main St. 
Bethlehem. Pu 18017 

.4. P.O.: Scuba Club: Pit Crew: Student Government Film Committee 
ROBERT L. FREDERICKS 

139 W.Abbott St. 
Lansford. Pa. 18232 
Business Club: Basketball 
MA TTHEW D. FRICKER 
18 Shirley Rd. 
Hatboro.Pa. 19040 

Business ,4dminislration Society. Vice-President 3. President 4: Student 

Chairman: Career Conference — 1974: Who's Who .4mong Students in 

American Colleges and V niversities 4 

DESSIS GA WROSSKI 

1112 York Ave. 

Lansdale. Pa. 19446 

DALES GOLDBERG 

91l8Springview Rd 

Phila..Pa. 19115 

STASTOS F GRAEFF 

510 Elsie St. 

Shillington. Pa. 19607 

Intramural Football. Basketball. Sojtball: Business Club 

JAMES P. GREGORY 

140 Bannen Rd. 
SewionSq.Pa. 19073 
JOHS HARRISGTOS 
756 Pembrook Rd. 
Bethlehem. Pa. 18018 
JASS L HIS LOP 

903 .Manor Drive 

Dublin. Pa. 18917 

DESSIS KAHAS 

613 W. County Line Rd. 

Hatboro.Pa. 19040 

CHARLES J MOSTBLEOSE 

348 Weymouth Rd 

Sorristown. Pa. 19403 

Varsity Football 1 .2.3.4: I'arsity Club: Business Club 

GERARD MOROZ 

225 A'. Chestnut St. 

Mt.Carmel. Pa. 17851 



Iin»lini! Cliih. I XX iSki and liusi- 



IIMOIHY SOEl. 

is: DavisvHU' R(l 

H tiniiiiiucr. f(i /.S'W^V 

sii:i'm:.\ \()rio\ 

1(11 HilUrcsl Dr 

Manhctin. I'd I 'W.^ 

( IIRI.S I Orill H J Rl I //;/ I O 

>:''(., rove Ave. 

Boiiiul Bruok..\.J.Om).> 

Ski Club: Business Cluh: Siiiclcni Sio. 

H,•,v^ Chihsi 

ll-RtS \ I Rl nil Rl ORI) 

iio\ i:-i 

I'liimsii'uihillc. I'd IS'W; 
Business Cluh 
IIIOMASSM) TH 
"I SS Gillespie Si. 
l'hilii..Fu. I VI J? 
FoDlhall: Businev. Cluh 

josi:fh SL w.uku 

6:^ S<iulh I'roiil Si. 

Sieelion.Fa. 171 1 j 

I'R ES TO .V HI I. A ERSO.\ 

.VJ.S'.V. J:h(/.S7. 

l'hila..Pa. I'/H: 

Rap: A-Dav: Inlramural h'oiilhall, Buskcll)iill: ICC. 

iiio.MAS m i:\ci/ 

lin)> llunover Ave. 
Alleniowii. Fa ISIOJ 

CHEMISTRY 

in:.\MS ALBERT 

44 Weslview .'Xve. 

Challonl. Fa ISVI4 

Cheniisirv Cluh — \ ice Prcsuleiu 

RICHARDS HABERACKER 

15J4 Lehigh Parkway Soulh 

AllenloKii. Fa. IHIOi 

KE.\.\ETH E PHILLIPS 

:3 Carlisle Circle 

Morrisville. Pa. 191)67 

Cheniisirv Cluh 

JOSEPH J. SETTA 

520 Sixth Si. 

Dimmore. Pa. IH512 

Cheniisirv Cluh: Golf 1 .2 

LARRY A. WOLFE 

3fS Madison A ve. 

H'arniinisler. Pa IHV74 

Cheniisirv Cluh 

DAIRY HUSBANDRY 

ROGER L. CAMPBELL 

l.W S. Main Sl. 

Duyleslown. Pa l,S90l 

Dairy Judging Team: Dairy Socielv. Dairy Annual — .Adverlising Edilo 

ELEA.XOREKIM CASSEL 

2 .Arthur's Court 

Plymouth Meeting. Pa 19462 

Dairv Judging Team: Dairv Socielv. D.T..A . Block & Bridle 

DAMELJ EORCEY 

R D 

Woodland. Fa 16SSI 

Dairy Cluh. Dairy Judging Team 

KENNETH E. GRVBE 

917 Pinehill Rd. 

Lititz.Pa. I754i 

Dairv Socielv: .A-Dav i 

RICK HOMA,\ 

Star Route. Box 145 

Rehorshurg. Pa. I6H72 

Wrestling: D.T.A.: Varsitv Cluh. Dairv S 

DA VID G LONGENECKER 

R D m 

O.xjord. Fa. 19365 

Dairv Socielv. D.T..A . A-Dav Commute, 



llee: D.T .A : Treasurer oj class 



TIMOTHY MANNING 
Pleasant Hill Rd. 
Ironia. N.J. 07H45 

CINDY McDowell 

The Rice Patch 

Route « 2. Box 244 D 

Peiershurg. Va. 2J.S()j 

Band 1,2.3.4: Equine Club 1,2,4: Dairy Society 1,2,3,4, Block <S Bridle 2,3,4: 

Die I ddcr .Moments 2,3,4: A-Dav Dairv Show 1.2.3.4: A-Dav Equine Show 

1,2 

DAVID RAMA 

Box 20,S, Route 209 

Kerhonkson, .V. >'. 12446 

Dairv Socielv: Dairv Judging I'eam 

TRENT W. SI IK LR 

Box3IS,R.D. 

Calijon. N.J. ()7,S3() 

A-Dav 2.3,4: ICC. 1.2.3,4. Treasurer 3. Vice Pres. 4: E E A President 2.3,4 

TIMOTHY J.SNYDER 

R I) •■■ I 

Fiimun.Pa 17964 

Wrestling: D.T. A 

LEWIS M. TERREL 

R.D.*I 

Troy, Pa. 16947 

Dairv Socielv: Bowling 

MICHAEL TORETTA 

RD. 

Asbury. N.J. 0m>2 

F.I. Club I: Dairy .Society — 3 yrs. 

Vice-President Senior Class 

FLORENCE CAMILLA WOOD 

R.D.#l,Box2 

Rome, Pa. IS837 

JOHN BLAIR ) URKANIN 

6 Munson Drive 

Pomplon Plains, N.J. 07444 

FOOD INDUSTRY 

DA VID J. ALFF 
637-H Old Bethlehem Rd. 
Perkasie, Pa. IH944 

Varsitv Track 1 ,2,3: Intramural Football, Basketball: Food Industrv Club 
RONALD C. DEERING 
207 Mechanics St. 
Doylestown. Pa. 18901 
Food Industry Club 
MARIE GLASS 
1 30 Doll V Circle 
Chaljoni, Pa. 18914 

Food Industry Club 1 ,2,3,4 — Sec. 2.3: Class Secretary 1 .2: Big Sister Pro- 
gram 2.3: .A-Day Committee 3.4 
WALTER HOPKINS 
200 Oakland A ve. 
Audubon. N. J. 08106 

Food Industrv Club 1.2.3.4. Scuba 1.2.3.4: A. P.O. 1,2,3.4: A-Day 1,2,3: 
Tennis 2 ,3 ,4 

SUSAN MacMURCHY 
9 Sunflower Rd. 
Leviltown.Pa. 19056 
Food Industry Cluh 4 
JAMES R. MARTIN 
26 O'Neill Ave. 
Wdkes-Barre, Pa. 18702 
EDWARD McHUGH 
776 Franklin Lakes Rd. 
Franklin Lakes, N.J. 0741 7 
JOHN SI LAN 
257 Highland Ave. 
Kutztown. Pa. 19530 
Basketball 

JOSEPH C.STOCGH 
8 Belmont Sq. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 
ANTHONY D. TASSONE 
178 Route 206 
Hammonion. N.J. 08037 



Football: Class Officer: Intramurals: Intramural Referee: Food Industry 

Club: D. T.A.: Ini^- Varsity Christian Fellowship 

JOH.\ D. WiLMER.JR 

61 E Herman St. 

Phila.Pa. 19144 

Photo Club: Rap: Yearbook 

HORTICl LTLRE 

JEROME BUS DO 
437 Poll} Ann Ter. 
Paramus. \J. 07652 

Hon. Club 1.2.3.4: .4-DayRep. 4: Intramurals 1.2.3.4 
S A. ML EL T. CALLIE 
R.D =2.Bo.xl07 
Bangor. Pa. 18013 
Intramurals 
JEFFREY CLARKE 
177-2 .V. Main St. 
Doyleslown. Pa. 18901 
Hunting: Skiing: .Archerv: Fishing 
RICHARD DEVIWEY 
Box 9 Wexford Bayne Rd 
M' ex ford. Pa. 

Vice-President Student Government: President — ICC: President — Hon. 
Club: D.T .4.: .4-Day Committee 
JEFFREY K. DILKS 
R.D. =2 

Salem. \.J. 08079 

Horticulture Society: .4-Day Committee 
LEROY G.4VESfA 
Box99-A.R.-2 
Swedeshoro. .\.J. 08085 
Horticulture Club: Intramural Basketball 
CARTER O HOFFMAS.JR. 
1106 Bryn.\IawrRd. 
Baltimore. Md. 21233 
Horticulture Club: Ski Club 
WILLIAM HOFMASS 
1519 Rose 1 irginia Rd. 
Hvo.Pa. 19610 
BARR) J.HOSSLER 
R D =3 

Elizabethtown. Pa. 1 7022 
ALA.\C JOH.\SO\iAJ I 
RD =1 Mulberry Lane 
Colts Seek. .\J. 07722 

Scuba Club: A. P.O.: Horticulture Club: Student Oovernmeni .Uovie Series 
Chairman 

CHARLES » KOHLER.JR 
339' Limekiln Pike 
Chalfont. Pa. 1 8914 
WILLIAM J LA.MO.W.JR. 
'34 Hillcrest A ve. 
Olenside. Pa. I903S 
RICHARD A. MARISO 
338 A . Central Blvd. 
Broomall.Pa. 19008 
JOSEPH J. \A WOCZE\SKI 
210ClillonAve. 
Reading. Pa. 19602 

Scuba Club 1.2.3.4 —Secretary 2. lice-President 3.4: Honicullure Club 
1.2.3.4: .4-Day Rep. 4: FF.4 3.4: Intramurals 2.3.4. Orn. Hort Club I: Track 
3.4 

JOH.\ I. RIGOLIZZO 
149 Tansboro Rd. 
Berlin. SJ. 08009 

D T A. 3.4: A P.O. IJ2.3A: Hort. Club 2J.4: Freshman Class President: 
Student Government 1.2.3.4 —Vice-Pres. 3. President 4: President ICC. 3: 
.American Society of Hort. Science — President tSouthern Region/ 3.4: Intra- 
murals 1 .2.3.4: Dorm Proctor 2.3.4 
JOSEPH J SHAFFER 
Apt. 214 — Holly House 
.Media. Pa. 19086 
Ski Club: Photo Club 
EDWARD STRELKO 
24 Glaser A ve. 
Rariian. .\J. 08869 



CHRISTOPHER WATSO\ 

3523 H'oodcrest .Ave. 

.XewtonnSq.Pa. 19073 

THOMAS K YOHE 

508 High Street 

Jersey Shore. Pa. 1 7740 

Horticulture Society: D.T..A.: 

ICC 

CHARLES HZIM.\tERMA\JR 

Tanvard Rd. 

Sewell. .\J. 08080 

D. T.A.: Horticulture Society: 

Hunting: Fishing: Sports 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICL LTL RE 

JAMES C.BAILEY 

307 Sherman .A ve. 

Ft. Leavenworth. Kansas 6602' 

Tennis 1 .2.3.4: Ram 1 .2 

DO.\ALDBRI.\E 

120 E. Street Rd. 

Warminster. Pa. 18974 

.MARK A COLE 

EwingRd..R.D.=2 

Cochranville. Pa. 19330 

Orn. Hort. Society: Chorale. Band: 

Tour Guide: D. T..4.: Inter- Varsity 

Christian Fellowship: .A-Day 

Committee: ICC: 19~5 Flower 

Show: 19'5 Yearbook Staff 

EDWI\ G. COPE.\ HAVER 

299 Bricker Lane 

Lebanon. Pa. 1 '042 

Cross Country: OH. Club: Inter- 1 arsily 

Club: Intramural Basketball 

RAY.\IO.\DCROKER 

5 Foothill Dr 

Kinnelon. .\J 07405 

O.H. Society 

.\A.\CYDIA.\fO.\D 

32 7 Wellington Rd. 

West Chester. Pa 19380 

DAVID DOR.\SEIF 

534 Park Ridge Drive 

Wayne. Pa. ^1908' 

Hon. Club: Intramurals 

DA.MELEDLIXG 

1 162 Limekiln Pike 

Ambler. Pa. 19002 

BRLCE W EHRLER 

21 7 Gilliland Place 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 15202 

Intramural Basketball. Softball 

RICHARD M ERA .\KOSK Y 

184 PrigmoreSt. 

East Brunswick. .\J 08816 

Intramurals 

WAY.\EA.I.\GERTO 

1 7 Grandview .4 ve. 

Sorth Calawell. SJ. 07006 

Cross Country I yr. 

PALLLAALWE 

551 Clinton .Ave. 

Wyckoft. \J 0'481 

CHARLES W LEEDS 

2501 .Maryland Rd. R-10 

Willow Grove. Pa 19090 

PETER O LOLGHLI.\ 

1 7 Brooklawn .4 ve. 

Stamford. Conn. 06906 

Honicullure Club 3.4 

JEFFREYS .Mac\AIR 

503 S. H arminster Rd. 

Hatboro.Pa. 19040 

Freshman Wrestling: .Apiary Society 

ROBI.\P M.4.\WELL 

2165 TuscaRd. 

Beaver. Pa. 15009 



hiinwninil l-Oolhiill. Hii\k,ilhill. 

1 ollf\hi,ll 

J l.UKSL MII.LI.K.JR 

VV l(j//,'i View Ril 

iiiilcluiiig. .\.J 0706(1 

Hiisehalli.-t: liuramiirals: Wfiiihl iiliiiii: Cli,h4. Oni Ihirt Cliih-I 

imins MITCHELL 

jiJI^ Sprini;lon RJ 

L r/H-r Ihirln. I'<i I'JOS: 

/) I I //) / M ) IRS 

K /)-.<. h<>\:ji 

Ih/I.shiirf;. F,i- I^OIt) 

RICHARD \t:SS 

"/ Cediir Lam- 

Roselle. \J 0''20i 

Will I A MJ MAIII.E 

U,T,//)nic 

llattielil. I'd 1^440 

SkiCluh l.:j.4 

JLLhRL) A PISCITLLI.I 

1017 S. Bellevue Ave. 

Langhorne.Pci. IV047 

Agronom v Cluh: A P O. 

ALFRED C, RACZYSSKI 

SI 5 Smith St. 

I.iiulfii. .\J O'Oit, 

Cross Country: Track 

JOH.\ R ROLLAND 

I ^46 Mineral Spring Rd 

Reading. Pa IV60J 

Orn Hon Socielv 1.2. J. 4. Tours J: Chorale J 

ROBERT J R)A\ 

41 Hot/ 1 Drue 

llathoro. Pa IW40 

Cornucopia. OH Cluh. A-Da\ Committee: Chorale 

RALPH D SCHREIBER 

R D^5. BoxiOH 

Lebanon. Pa I 7042 

GARY R SCHLLER 

1 6S Erie Ave 

Inlraniurals: Spectator 

PH) LLISS SHAL B 

R D.ifl Peach Bottom 

WakeJield.Pa 17563 

Cheerleading 1.2: Varsity Chih 2. J. 4: Intramural Hockey i. ) earhook Stall 

2.3.4 — Co-editor 4: Chorale 3.4 I Intercollegiate Choir 4 1. .Apiary Society 3.4: 

Photography Club I: Orn. Hort. Club 2.3.4: D.T.A. 4 



WILLIAM M SMI I II 

Wynfuir House. Apt CI I 

350 V )ork Rd 

llathoro. Pa. I'X>40 

EDML.\DSOCKA.\SKI 

2510 E Allegheny A\e 

Phila.Pa 19134 

RA YMOSD M STROIW ICK) 

13 Plymouth Drive 

Livingston. ,\.J. 07039 

Bowling list place Freshman and Junior years): Vollcyhall: Pin Ball: Ping 

Pong 

THOMAS SyE,\TY 

Pocono Rd 

Denville. S J 07H34 

Ram I 

JOSEPH II I in I sFEi n JR 

167 Orion Rd 

West Caldwell. \J t)'006 

Track. Varsity Club: Intramural Football. Basketball 

DOCGLASa \A.\\L IS 

Hillsboro Rd 

Belle .Mead. .\ J O.S502 

Ski Club: Intramural Football 

JEFERE) C lASE) 

Burnt House Hill Rd 

Dovlestown. Pa. FS<M)I 

WILLIAM J WARD 

903 .V. 66ih St 

Phila.Pa. I9I5I 

Football: Baseball: Intramural Basketball c* lollevball 

PAVER. WAR.\ER 

47 Monroe .-lie 

Little Silver. .\ J 0^739 

Bowling: Volleyball. Pin Ball. Ping Pong 

JAMES T H CFKI\S 

1521 Catasauqua Rd 

Bethlehem. Pa. IKOIS 

Orn Hon Society 1.2.3.4 — Secretary 2. ICC Rep 3. Hon Hub 3.4: Ski 

Club 1.2: Band 1.2: Soil Judging 2. 3. 4: Track I: Tennis 2. Intramurals 1.2.3.4 

STEVE.\ C. WEIMAX 

420 Mulberry St. 

Montoursville. Pa. 17754 

MICHAEL A. WELLER 

Beaveriown. Pa 17X13 

Ornamental Horticulture Society, Track 



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Main and Oai<;land 
Doylestown, PA 



HERBS HOBBY HOUSE 

248 W. State St. 
Doylestown, PA 



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AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

60 North Main 

Cross Keys Branch Rt. 61 1 

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GOOD LUCK 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

To The Class 
Of 1975 From 

THE AGRONOMY 
CLUB 

"Aiironomists. Men Of The Earth" 



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Si N.\) BEVERAGES 

Doylestovvn 345-6679 
Across From A & P 



SKYLINE LOUNGE & 
RESTAL RANT 

Route 202 
Chalfont, Penna. 



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Best Wishes From The 
DVC Horticulture Club! 



MIL TON R U THERFORD 

Cameras and Film 
Processing 

48 hour Service By Kodak 
Color Prints, Slides, Movies 

23 W. State St. Doviestown. PA 



PROVIDENT BOOKSTORE 

School Supplies. Dictionaries, 

Drafting Supplies, and Book 

Ordering Service 

1 10 Chapman Lane 

Next to Doylestovvn 

Shopping Center 

348-5804 



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INC. 



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Laundromat, Sell'Service and 
Professional Dry Cleaning 

Chal-Brit Plaza 
New Britain, PA 
Phone 345- 1 I 58 

Lawrence Kratz 







Tlie Class of ^1^77- 
1/ M HH \)ivA//^jA^V»HvW*'^'»«''(/»V^J'«« 



King Solomon said. "My son, eat thou 
honey, because it is good; and the honeycomb 
which is sweet to thv taste." Proverbs 24: 1 3 




TheDVC 
APIARY SOCIETY 

wishes the class of '75 
the best of luck! 



We hope that you will BEE 
happy and successful. 



Best Wishes to the Class of "75 




from the 
BLOCK A^O BRIDLE CLUB 





CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1975 

DELAWARE VALLEY 

REPRODUCTION 

COMPANY 

Drafting & Engineering Supplies 

Photo Reproduction & 

Engineering Prints 

1713 Old York Rd. 

Abington, PA 

659-5678 jr^S 




In Recognition 
. of 

DVC 
WRESTLERS 



KENNY'S NEWS 

AGENCY 

AND BOOKSTORE 

AUTHORIZED NEWSDEALER 

Phone 215- 

348-5072 

17 W. State St. 

Doylestown, PA 

Open 7 AM to 10 PM/7 days/wk. 



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AND 

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HORSHAM, PA 

(across trom Willow Grove 

Naval Air Station) 



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INC. 

Contract Hardware 

279A County Line Rd. 

Hatboro, PA 

672-7902 674-5318 



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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Compliments Of 

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EXTER.MIXA TIXG 

COMPA.W 

24 \V. Butler Ave. Chalfont 
822-2050 



Major and Minor Repairs 

SMITHS MOBIL 



'/8 Mile South of DVC on 202 
345-9817 



Watches Diamonds Sil\er\Kare 

Quality Watch Repairing 

LEOXARD MYERS 

Leonard's Jew elrv 

130 W. Stale Si. 
Dovlestown. PA Phone: 348-5049 



CHALFOMHARDli ARE 

Meyer Road and Rt. 202 
Chalfont. PA 



EASTER\ COL. MIES SL PPL) 
CO. L\C. 

58 E. Oakland Ave. 
Do\ lestown. P.A 



. . . There's a reason to life! 

We can lift ourselves out of ignorance. 

We can find ourselves as creatures of excellence and intelligence 

and skill. 
We can be free! We can learn to fly! 

Jonathan Livingston Seagull 

by Richrd D. Bach 

^1970 The Macmillan Company 

Best of Luck from the Class oj J 978. 





con(;ratulatio\s from 

ARTHUR POLKV 'r^4 

FOLEY LANDSCAPE 




DESIGNERS — ENGINEERS 

RKSIDENTIAL — COMMERCIAL 
INDUSTRIAL 

Os .5-0300 Horsham, FA. 




when you have 
a friend at Bucks 
County Bank,you 
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Perkasie, Dublin, Plumstead, Chalfont, 
Souderton. 

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THE ROADNOTTAKEN 

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

Then took the other, as just as fair. 
And having perhaps the better claim. 
Because it was grass) and wanted wear; 
Though as for that the passing there 
Had warn them really about the same. 

And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no step had trodden black. 
Oh, I kept the first for another day! 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, 
I doubted if I should ever come back. 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — 
I took the one less traveled by. 
And that has made all the difference. 

Robert Frost 



The Class Of 
1975 




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Mr. & Mrs. Charles Acklev 


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




Mr. & Mrs. Floyd K. Alde'rfer 


William A. Lentz 




Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Alff 


Mr. & Mrs. Mathew Lipton 




Mr. & Mrs. Robert Baker 


William J. Loughlin 




Dr. & Mrs. William Ball 


Mr. & Mrs. Earl McCarty 




Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Bishop 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert McFie 




Alice Duffy Bowen 


Mr. &. Mrs. Jack McShane 




Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Bowman 


Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Mangione 




Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Butera 


Mr. & Mrs. David J. Manning 




Mr. & Mrs. C. Canlaluppi. Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. James J. Miller 




Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cantarella 


Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Miller 




Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Chirip 


Mr. & Mrs. William S. Moore 




Mr. & Mrs. John D. Cope 


Mr. & Mrs. Allan C. Morgan 




Mr. & Mrs. E. B. Courtney 


Mr. & Mrs. Anthony P. Moscati 




Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Cronce 


Mr. & Mrs. James J. Pezza 




Mr. & Mrs. Harold Croshaw 


The Poley Family 




George and Peggy Davis 


Mr. & Mrs. Harold J. Quazza 




Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Davis. Sr. 


Mr. &. Mrs. Herbert J. Ramsey, Jr. 




Mr. & Mrs. Ronald C. Deering 


Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Rane 




Mr. & Mrs. Dante DeMalteo 


Betty Rathjens 


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Mr. & Mrs. John M. DiDonato 


Mr. & Mrs. John Rigolizzo 




Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Dilks 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Russo 


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Mr * Mrs. Daniel H. Dolch 


Mr. & Mrs. S. Salahub 


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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dyson 


Mr. & Mrs. Ralph M.Salber 


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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ehrler 


Mr. & Mrs. John T. Saylock 


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Mrs. Ruth L. Einhorn 


Mrs. Louise E. Scheirer 


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Mr. & Mrs. E. John Epp, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Setta 


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Mr. FrankP. Felton.III 


Mr. & Mrs. Melvin L. Shaub -■-,'■■,■,.■ 


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Mr. & Mrs. Robert Forsyth 


Mr. & Mrs. George Shimko -flMJiM 




Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Fullerton 


Wasyl Silenok "JHL 


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Dr. & Mrs. Robert H. Fulton 


Mr. & Mrs. Fred Smith ^^E^ 


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Mr. & Mrs. H. D. Galloway 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward John Smith ^S 


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Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Gately, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Elliot F. Smith 


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Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Genge 


Philip J. and Dorothea A. Smith 


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Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Graham 


Mr. & Mrs. J. Timothy Snyder 


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Mr. & Mrs. Willard O. Granath. Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. George Stein 


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Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Hamilton 


Mr. & Mrs. Morris Stern lhj ihui_iii 


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George H. Happel 


Mr.&Mrs.G.Storfella SgU^ 




Mrs. Shirley Helmstetter 


Mr. & Mrs. David W. Stull "'=™™*- 




Mr. & Mrs. Henry Henning 


K^^^^Kfs. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony L. Tassone 




Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Hertig 


^Pm^ Mr. & Mrs. Charles Taylor 




Robert R. Hirst 


'TT^ri" Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Thomas 




Wharton Jesse Hirst 


Mr. & Mrs. Martin Tietjen 




Mr. & Mrs. Rodney E. Hirt 


Mr. & Mrs. Winslow B. Towie 




Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Holtzman 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert VanSciver 




Mr. & Mrs. Gerald S. Hossler 


Stanley H. Warmflash, DDS 




Mr. & Mrs. John E.Hunt 


Caroline L. Warner 




Mr. & Mrs. John R. Jacob 


Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wasylkewicz 




Mr. & Mrs. Carl R. Johnson 


^1,,^,.,,. Mr. & Mrs. John Wieliczki 




Mr. & Mrs. Donald M. Johnson, Sr. 


BmImI Chester G . Wiest 




Mrs. Jess E. Jordan 


S^^^ Mr. & Mrs. James W. Wood, Sr. 
^|aB|» Mr. & Mrs. Paul Wysocki 




Mr. & Mrs. Aleck T. Kahn 




Mr. & Mrs. Reuben Keesler 


^^yHigA Thaddeus Jerimiah Yichbaum 




Welcome and Alma Kerstetter 


^^gU^ffi^ Mr. & Mrs. George Yockobishen 




Mr. & Mrs. Milton F. Kintigh 


^;3^^BhB Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Yohe 
"^BmB Mr. & Mrs. JohnG. Yurkanin,Jr. 




Mr. & Mrs. William Kohn III 




Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Kopacz 


SiSsSli Alphonse S. Zimba, J r. 




Elinor S. Lanspery 















Grant us a common faith that man shall know the gift of being one, J 

the death of prejudice, and the new birth of love. 1 

May the seeds of righteousness come forth from the common soil of our labors, 
nourishedby the rains ofjustice and the warmth of security, 

— that a harvest of freedom of opportunity may come for 

people throughout the world. Amen. 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1975 Robert F. Langwig 
from the DVC CHORALE 



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262 Valley Road 
Wayne N.J. 
Phone:201-694-6157 



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DOYLESTOWN, PA. 18901 



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Compliments of 

LAMBDA TAU 
ALPHA CHAPTER 




NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Recognizing Outstanding 

Scholarship and Service 

to Agriculture 



Compliments of 

WHITE EAGLE 

LABORATORIES 

INC. 

2003 Lower Stale Road 
Dovlestown. PA 



DAVOR PHOTO 
INC. 

Custom Photography 

621 Bristol Pike 
Andalusia. PA 

215-638-2490 




Who learns will love and not destroy 
the creature's life; the flower's joy