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DELAWARE VALLEY GOLl^GE 
IF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE 



Editor: James Spindler Photo Editor: Jeff Singlctary 
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> Agronomy Seniors 

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Animal Husbandry Seniors. 

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Business and Chemistry Seniors 

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1979 GRADUATION ADDRESS 




lers of the Class of 1979: 



Graduation is a very auspicious and momentous day in your lives. You have completed your formal education at Delaware 
Valley College. You have proven to us, to yourselves and to your families and friends that you possess intellectual capacity, 
ability to adjust to people and circumstances, discipline, desire, determination, motivation and perseverance to face challenges 
and to finish successfully an academic program in your chosen major field of studies. 

Many people enroll in college but not all graduate. You, the members of the Class of 1979, completed your tasks in an 
admirable manner. I commend all of you, especially the part-time students who completed their studies in our Evening Session 
over a period of many, many, years. 

You attended high school and college during an exciting and challenging era. You witnessed the end of one of the darkest 
times in the history of our nation-the Vietnam War and the resignations of the Vice President and President of the United 
States. You witnessed a Nation torn by dissent and ravaged by inflation. You also witnessed the Bicentennial Celebration which 
proved that a free and independent society can survive, can solve its problems, and can pull itself out of an abyss of desperation 
and degradation. Our Nation was challenged from the very beginning, and every generation of Americans had to prove, often in 
battle, that our principles, our ideals, our hopes and aspirations and our way of life are worth preserving and are worth fighting 
for. The United States had problems in the past, is experiencing problems today and will, no doubt continue to have problems in 
the future. Nevertheless we are the envy of the world. Our United States is the only country in the history of the world which 
helped its defeated enemies to rise and challenge us economically and politically. 

You graduates are moving on to take your rightful place in society and to enhance not only your own careers, but also the lives 
of your loved ones and the welfare of our country. You cannot isolate yourselves from society as a whole. You must become an 
integral part of a viable and productive nation. You are well prepared to face realities and to participate in the solutions of our 
present day problems. You are also well prepared to contribute to the planning of your own future and the future of your fellow 
citizens. 

Some of you will continue graduate studies, others will teach, and still others will be in their own agri-business or other 
businesses. Some will be employed in private industry and various governmental agencies. All of you will be employed in some 
managerial, technical and certainly productive and challenging field. When you work-work hard and honestly. We must develop 
a new pride in America, a pride in hard work and accomplishments, a pride in productivity, a pride in producing the very best. 

We have the greatest technology in the world. We developed the highest standards of living in the world. We unselfishly aided 
millions and millions of people on earth to survive and to raise their standard of-living and now America is prepared to pay the 
price for its goodwill and assistance. The people of America today are facing the greatest challenge in the history of our Nation- 
our economic survival. 

Our technology and our standard of living require an abundance of energy. In spite of our tremendous deposits of oil, natural 
gas and coal, we have become more and more dependent on foreign imports which are constantly rising in price and becoming 
increasingly unreliable as a source of supply. 

The United States cannot and will not become a vassal to any nation on earth. The United States cannot and will not abandon 
its principles to accommodate foreign nations in order to insure an adequate supply of costly oil. 

The United States must and will solve the energy problem. To do so-it will require some initial self-sacrifice. It will require 
conservation, the recycling of many products and careful and judicious planning. It will require the utilization of safe nuclear 
energy, economical conversion of coal to oil products, the utilization of gas-alcohol mixtures, the development of safer, cleaner, 
faster and better electrically operated public transportation systems and the development of carburetors and engines for 
automobiles, trucks, and buses which will provide at least 60-100 miles per gallon. Some of you may be skeptical, but believe me. 





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[be done and in a very short period of time. All it takes is determination, planning and immediate action. 

fse remember-our Nation landed a man on the moon in less than ten years. We developed the atomic bomb in less than 

^ears. Liberty ships were built in one week and airfields in less than one day. We developed the most sophisticated 




es in space. We can guide planes, trains and missiles. I 
We have the brain power and the expertise. We need] 

mployment. Our energies must be directed toward 
vity and developement of better products and nev 
tter housing for millions of Americans, for 
portation, for the improvement of our educationaj 
ment of our health care systems, for the cleaning > 

ert land and for the reduction of crime. 

and the demands of tomorrow. In Agriculture 




uers in the world. We can guide and control 
in store all the writings of Shakespeare on a di 
:sire, determination and spirit 

resolution of the energy problem will arre: 

[lodernization of the industrial plants, achei 

icts. Our attention must be directed tow 

Jopment of parks and playgrounds, for the d 

|ms, for the elimination of poverty and discrii 

streams, rivers and lakes, for the reclamatT 

3u graduates are well prepared to face the 

Icultural Research, you will be joining people who strive to produce and process an abundance of nutritious food and oth^ 
lucts for all our citizens and for other nations throughout the world. The percentage of earnings expended on food in tl] 
Id is still the lowest in the United States. However, we are not without problems, ^/e overeat. 
|l'e are sinfully wasteful. Waste must be stopped! American Agriculture is the backbone of our Nation. An under-nourishj 

hungry soceity cannot remain free for long! 
f'hc opportunities in business are tremendous. There are challenges in sales, marketing, personnel mamagement, finanj 
imerce, accounting, advertising and insurance. The prosperity of our country depends on effective and innovative product] 

management methods and the necessary information, systjams. 
The opportunities and challenges in Chemistry and Biology are immense. We need much better and more economical he^ 
e systems. Research and development if new synthetic products will make America more self-sufficient. We will soon be ; 
produce synthetic oil in an economical manner whAltlWlllalielp to preserve and conserve our national resources for fuj 
erations. New advances will be made in the pharmaceutical, chemical and agricultural fields, 
he economical conversion of waste productriolQ fuql fertilizer or filler products will require the expertise of Cher 
ogists and other scientists. New methods of biological c'oVitnfl'Sr pests must be developed to minimize potential hazard 
man beings, plants and animals. Economical methods for desalinization of water from the oceans and lakes must be develj 
insure adequate supplies for consumption and irrigation. There is no limit to the opportunities that you graduates 
?icountcr. Be tolerant, patient, honest, ethical and always do the best you can. Continue to grow intellectually and profit 
our experiences. Your success will dependgyjiinariJv (uijiard,workj^rseverance, proper attitude and integrity, good plaj 
anagement and ability to get along with people. TrrcreTV mrxronbt in my mind that you will be successful and 
so Aggies and Aggiettes, you are now Alumni of this College. You joined thousands of others who are proud of theiij 
ater and are ready to help and support it in evefi;^ \2a0Pbpiblp.. 1 am certain you will be loyal, active and supportive 
PlS^c remember, the College was your home away from home for many years and you will always be welcome when yoi 
hon^c" to visit. 
1 Ifcvc said on a previous occasion that our students are our life's blood-our alumni our claim to fame and we are p 
ill. Your success is our success! We will rejoice in your achievements! Wc are proud of you and we depend 
^ress! We will miss you and wc wish you much success, good health and happiness! 

I finish my remarks \|^n^glq(^^^fi^^xprcssion pC^PlCf ' 't has a triple meaning-Hello, Goodbye, Peace! Shalo 
d may God bless all of you. ^ *" *^^" '^^nnsvlvinii 




Joshua 




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AGRONOMY 










TO THE CLASS OF 1979: 

On behalf of the Agronomy Department, I am extending our congratulations and our best wishes! 

You have successfully completed four years of college work at Delaware Valley College and are 
about to enter a career in your chosen field. From now on you will be on your own, and how well you 
will succeed depends more than ever on you, and you alone. If past experience with our graduates is 
any indication. I do not have any doubts whatever that you will do well in your future endeavors and 
will carry the good name of our College in the high tradition of our Aggies. 

Again, best of luck to all of you from all of us at the Agronomy Department. 
Julian Prundeanu 

Dr. Prundeanu earned his MS and PhD from Cornell University. He joined the faculty of the 
National ,'\gricultural College in 1956. 









Patricia Curran 



Andrew Davis 




Edward Fleming 




Barry Fritz 




ANDREW B. DAVIS 

Freshman ycar-Elson's cubical, sopho- 
more year-Terry's B-day bust with Bob- 
by T. & Starslcy, too, .lunior year. Hall 
of Madness, & above, the loss of O's & 
the joining of *K. Senior year-Howah, 
the stadium-what a joke, Apathetic Ag- 
gies, Thanks to all my friends & espe- 
cially my parents for all their support. 
Keep in touch. 

JOHN J. CHIESA 
"Hey, come on!" Pud, Al, WJ, & the 
Schroll. Goldman 1st. Glen, John, Tom 
& Miky. "Hey, I'm tryin!" "If you can't 
eat pie, eat cake. If you can't eat cake, 
eat — ! Dr. Prundeanu, "John & Bob 
don't let me done!" Remember the Ba- 
hamas, "Hey — em if he can't take a 
Joke." 

SUSAN CRANE 

It's DVC out, Ginko berries, Lord 
Holmquist & his court. 
WP,AC,CB,DD, orchard parties, VO 
day, Phil & B-1, chocolate milk days, 
bean time, D's Apt., coffee-houses, the 
dead room, lost A- Day weekends, the 
clogs next door, OS & RG, killer pigs, 
cramming, Ed's, the cut leaf Maple, JK, 
RD, spring '78, Lots of smiles. 

JESSIE A. DAUBERT 

My sincere appreciation to my friends, 
family, & teachers. "Now this is not the 
end. It is not even the beginning of the 
end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the 
beginning" — Winston Churchill 

ALAN HABIAK 
Goldman 1st, Vic, Pud, Walt & the rest 
of the Goldman gang. "Hey, come on, 
I'm tryin." Soccer team #1. Good luck 
Steve & Sue, Mikie & Patti. Thanks 
Mom & Dad for your support. Thanks 
also to my family & friends for being 
there when I needed help, for under- 
standing & for caring. Special thanks to 
Jan for the happiness you have brought 



BYRON LEWIS HAMPTON 
Schoolmates that follow there is a re- 
sponsibility & challenge we in the agri- 
cultural field must meet head on, that of 
finding ways to feed a world that's grow- 
ing in population & it's people starving 
every day, because of inadequate farma- 
ble land & needless waste. We the fu- 
ture farmers must strive to remedy this 
situation to insure a future for everyone 



Byron Hampton 



JEFFREY L. HARTLINE 

'78, parties in Work 2nd. lounge, \va; 
out in ihe middle of nowhere, cram- 
ming, Brian "drugs", pit crew, great 
times, thanks Don! Finally, it"s all over. 
Good luck Doug, Tim, & the "Door", 
poodle, midnight snacks, riding lessons, 
a special thanks to Mom & Dad who 
stood by me through thick & thin. 

KATHERINE G. HENRY 

4 yrs. in Harness 109, Agronomy club, 
JP, JK, Doc Palk, Soil Judging-is this 
worth freezing over? the Barness crew 
— Hey Kath, do you have, what are we 
doing this weekend? Does this have any- 
thing to do with the real world? Who's 
going to town? My love & thanks to my 
parents for their support & faith in me. 
ril never forget how great it was with 
you. 

JAMES ROBERT JOS IK 

The Elson heads, Dudly, Mukavich, 
Porpise, Hams, Arab, Boz, JB, & Mrs. 
Doyle. George, Fretzy, the Polish 
Bomber, Kenny. .Albert, & Ho Chi. We 
had some good times, yes sir, um hm! 
Like trackin", "the rock". Wolfsohn 
lanes, heaving '"the flying Pin"", & sit- 
ting around downing cold ones. Thanks 
Mom & Dad, for making the last four 
years possible. 

GLENN R. LACHANCE 
Thank you Mom & Dad, George, Baha 
Run, A-Day kegs. Work "T" parlies, 
Maypo, off campus in 1979. Ulman 
Hall fire, B&B's. Tucker & Bulkus, the 
rats; for without them. Junior year 
would not have been so beat, Barncy"s 
cabin, big bird & friends. New Hamp- 
shire with the guys. East Street's ups & 
downs. 





Jeffrey Hartlii 



Katherine Henry 




Glenn Lachance 




Curtis Lammcy 



Nelson Luzzetti 





John Moore, Jr 






HARRY J. McGROERTY JR. 

Thanks to Elmer J, Russell— Coniis, 
Summer of 76, UPS, Cross Country. 
Thanks Harry, 1 could not have done it 
without you! 

JOHN V. MOORE III 

People who love agriculture, like Fred 
Weigle, CMC pick ups, Kevin, Uncle 
Dale & Aunt Carol, the SOMF boys, 
bachelor parties at the Holiday Inn, 
Agronomy club trips!. Clinton, 6 molar. 
Dr. Wheat: "organism & fungi", Jimmy 
the K, "oh — -", A-Day & Homecom- 
ing, Prime: "That must be my room- 
mate", so many stains. Farmhouse. 
God, friends & great memories. 

CYNTHIA J. MORTON 

R-gang, mountain ash, V-ball, bear, 
beal, Tyson, or what, typical agronomy 
majors, that too, dee-de-dee. Beach 
Boys, younger men, oh-ho-ho, really, 
Work Hall, panzerottiis. anyway. Ar- 
cher Beach, Nutcrackers, TC, skiing, 
old VW's never die. Barber's Disco, 
grain for A-Day, It's the Cindys, San 
Francisco, pa-he-he, smile & nod. hy- 
ever, mixups! snow, bunnies, Ernest, 
paraplegics, secrets, ears, the men in my 
life. 

ROBERT L. OBERHEIM 

Many thanks to Pap, Grandma. Mom & 
Dad & especially Dona for all their love 
in making my college career a very won- 
derful time. Thanks to Blue. Red, Tub- 
by, Bruce, & Coop for being them, re- 
member Skunk bred's & Tom's. Puppy, 
best of luck you're a great friend. "May 
we love mankind, as God so loves the 
world." 

WESLEY WAYNE RAMSEY 
Our resident soil conservationist. 
"Nothing wrong with that one, Wes." 
Toboggoning & sightseeing with Liz, & 
a sudden interest in Cornell. "Let's ask 
the SCS." "Hey, Mr. K." "Hi, Doc, like 
that Penn State game?" Geology tools-a 
mop & broom, "I Can't believe it." 
"Tim, what's for dinner/" "Steak & 
beer." Special thanks to Mom for all her 
encouragement. 




Wesley Ramsey 






JAMES J. SPINDLER 

These last four years have been the best 
so far despite the aggravations. There 
are many things one could complain 
about DVC but I feel she is the best & 
she will always be with me. There are 
many people to thank for these past four 
years. At the lop of the list are Mom & 
Dad. Also thank you very much Dr. 
Prundeanu, Dr. Palkovics, Mr. Kem- 
merer, & also thank you Mr. Saucr, & 
to my good friends Lew, Bill (all three 
of you), Tom, Kyle, Joe, Wes, & every- 
one else. And to you, Mary, thank you 
& love always. Thanks to all for your 
encouragement & support. 

GERARD CHARLES SVTTON 
Six molar, great times with EMO & 
SOMF, thanks to Mom & Dad for mak- 
ing it happen. Special thanks to my 
friends (Stiot, Nelly, Moorsie, OZ, Ed- 
wardo, EZ Ed, Ying, Danie, Davie, 
Beener, Fiesty, Manny, Miquel, Doug, 
etc. & last but not least Mike Szmo, 
who made these four years possible. . . . 
Every picture tells a story. 

MICHAEL ALAN SZMODIS 
A very special thanks to my family and. 
Nan, Bill for having patience with me. 
Thanks to Lenny, Jack, Mike. Ed, 
Chetty, Barry, as friends & inspiration. 
Remember always Omiet, Davy, & boys 
from EMO & SOMF— the greatest 
guys, Brady & the weather vane. Farm- 
house, mooning, someday Chet, "I don't 
know!", cannons. Bell's, Miguel, 6 mo- 
lar, "That's just great" 

HOWARD TKACIK 

Wolfson Hall-II, football blast, the Ul- 
man Hall fire, Samuel Hall, Haunted 
House, the Junior Prom at Highpoint, 
Nat's Pizza-ah 15 min! Cartoons, the 
snowfall of 78, Mid-terms & finals, pa- 
pers & collections. The chicken B-B-Q's 
Sophomore yr.! Thank you Karen for 
always being there, I love you, babe! 
Special thanks to Mom & Dad for mak- 
ing it possible. 




Robert Solomon 




Gerard Sutton 




Michael Szmodis 



Howard Tkacik 




BRUCE EDWARD VAN LAERE 
Thanks Mom for all you have given me. 
good bye to all the boys, Claybo, Willie 
Toad-eye, Joey, Samuel Hail, the T- 
parties with the Work Hall gang, the 
pelt hunters & dog soldiers. Power Hit- 
ters #1, hurt-me, Witz for two. Stud, 
Stys for two, making Jello, What's 
Agronomy, Good luck to all my friends 
getting out with me. 




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ANIMAL SCIENCE 



ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 




Rodney Gilbert 




Joel Markeveys 



DAIRY HUSBANDRY 





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John Plummer 



Rick Ballard 



PLANT SCIENCE 



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Jimmy Kemmcrcr 



Fred Wolford 




ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



Clinton Blackmon 




Abraham Rcllis 



Fredrick Blau 





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BIOLOGY 




Richard MuUlay 



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Ronald Johnson 



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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 





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LESLEY ANDERSON 

4 crazy years in Harness 2nd, Hatteras, 
Union Grove, Yee-ha, Bo-peeps, Work 
"T", Scout, leee, the pit, let's bolt, toga, 
Melmos, Eds for rings, Maur or Less? 
Healthy Judy, my fiddling buddy, Yo 
Cath — my survival and second half. 
What's a B.S.? Thanks DVC — I loved 
it! Thanks to Mom & Dad for all their 
patience & love. 

CATHERINE BARFUSS 

To four years of the best & the worst 
times. Harness, Hatterass, Halloweens, 
Christmases & especially to traditional 
Thursday night partying with the Work 
"T" boys. To Les, Jude & Maureen who 
are always ready to go for it. With lots 
of dynamite memories better left un- 
printed. Thanks to college for making 
me appreciate my parents & thanks to 
them for much more than college. 

PAM BERARDI 
N.D., Oct. 1, 1975, Samuel Hall gang, 
X-mas '76-'77, spring of sophomore 
year, parties. Toots, Little one. Squirrel. 
R-Gang. Bahamas, 18th birthday, 
Cooke Hall, pranks, Lu & Sue's empty 
room, thanks nan & pap for everything, 
& special thanks to Steve, we finally 
made it! 



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Cathy Barfuss 




Glenn Barney 






Marty Bleznick 



Karen Borgen 





WILLIAM HOWARD BEYSEL 
Special thanks to Mom & Dad for with- 
out them none of this would have ever 
been possible. Grain on the Brain, B & 
B's, \V-/i keg A-Day, first and final 
warnings, '77 probation, keeping Barney 
on campus for a semester without being 
caught. Eillen Flynn. 

MARTIN BLEZNICK 
3rd floor Ulman & the zoo — (Dave & 
Hayes). Hey! Marty-the-Cat. Cram- 
ming with T. Lutz, S.D., Space Queens., 
Flame-on, and fond memories of Jude, 
Oim, Tex, Diane, Andy's, Jerry, Biggs, 
Wendy & especially Doobie!! 

ROBERTA. BROWN 
"Bucky", Farm #3, my chickens at the 
poultry houses, John, Jay, Andy, Ken, 
Randy, Cindy. Livestock Judging, $5 
motels, shooot & many laughs. Special 
thanks to Mr. Gilbert for teaching me so 
much, & to Dr. Pelle for giving me the 
chance & responsibility I needed. Ich 
Liebe dich Johanna G. for making every 
day enjoyable for me. 

DONALD KEVIN BURRELL 
Memories of ginkos, Segal Hall gang. 
Pinochle games, bowling with Tony, 
Mike, Scott, & Bob. Soccer games & 
trips, Meg-Who's your little Hoosies? 
Thanks Mom & Dad, I'll make it. I'm 
on the five year plan. Sheep & swine 
trips — Meg-I'm cold. Coach Marshall 
— I didn't take your ball. Love to little 
sis — Andrea. Good luck 'nads. Let's 
Bolt! 

ANNETTE FRANCES CAPP 

"Capper", Terri-An. Hus. major? 
Charlie & Mike — We were one . . . 
Fran & Kup-We made it! Tina "D", 
Wanda & Sue-all those coffees, in my 
closet? Solos . . . B-day parties . . . Cof- 
fee House '78, FUBARS, Beetle-Ulman 
boys. New Years '78, Dad's pancakes. 
Thanks Del Val for granting my wish. 
Paul — love is a beginning. (The Lord), 
Mom & Dad, you've made my dream 
come true. 




Donald Burrell 




Nancy (Coe) Trayer 





Keith Dunning 



MARY M. COOK 
Thanks to my parents for providing 
three fantastic years & for being so sup- 
portive. David, thank you for waiting 
patiently & by providing' an exciting 
new future for us both. .And a very 
special thank you to the Cooke II 
Dirtballs for fun & friendship and oh!! 
those memories. 

GARY R. COOPER 

Watching the football team win one, 
playing in the band with those stupid 
yellow sport coats & watching the band 
get better in these last four years. Thank 
you to my Mother, Father, Grandmoth- 
ers & Anna. 
KEITH EDWARD DUNNING 
Camaro's, Yankces-"77 & '78, No P, 
Out of her P.Z. Eat beanal. Kiss Farm- 
er Power. Getting kicked in the head by 
a bull-or was it a steer'? Goo, Red Hots, 
lATlVllTM. Special thanks to Mom & 
Dad for making it all possible & also Pat 
for her love & support. 

CINDY R. DUNTON 
3 good years at Del Val, hours of study- 
ing. Great hockey seasons & fun with 
the Bananas, Wrestling with A-Day 
heifers, ice cream cones at Friendly's, 
see ya later, running, to the weight 
room, just for a quick bike ride. Thanks 
to Mrs. Vellner — both friend & Coach. 
And special thanks to Mom & Dad for 
everything. 

EDLYN N. EH RING 
Cafeteria, Eileen, Carol, Brian, B &B, 
Hams, Happ's Angels, Bill, Andy, Ka- 
ren, Ken-60 GP's, metal chest, Plaster 
of Paris, Farm #3, A-Day piglets, 
Cheryl, Brian, Ed, Keith, Randy, Cindy, 
Gary, R.G., J.M., cows at Fox, "Cow". 
338, 412, Katie-Mark, Sue, R.J.- 3:00 
milkings, Dan, Sally, Dr. Pelle, Thank 
you everyone. 

EILEEN FLYNN 

My first thanks & love to two beautiful 
parents who gave me this 4 years of 
growth & experience. We have grown in 
so many directions. Apt. H-105. brews, 
wine, talks-Mare, my friend for life-"it"s 
an experience". We have loved and we 
have lost, but most of all we have for 
now our memories, trips to Philly. sooo 
many parties, long nights on East Street . 








Nanette Goodwin 



Glenn Gorrell 



Kathy Grabowsk 





GLENN GORRELL 
AH the days off, leaving at the first sign 
of snow, all the different routes home. 
The boys in Wolfsohn & Work. My 
roommate Lupi & his leg episode, Ed, 
Yinger, Chris, Elson, John, Steve, Obie, 
Coop, and Dirk, who always attended 
class for me. Thanks to Mom, Dad, 
Margaret, Sparky, & especially Robin 
for helping me through these four years. 

KATHLEEN GRABOWSK! 
R-Oang, V-ball champs, Meow, Beach 
Boys, A-Day, sign painting. Horse 
shows, Cooke Hall, Homecoming. 
Greaser, Admissions, the lake, ponies, 
Fairmont Park, Rossies, parties. White 
Russians, Work II, Smile & nod. Are the 
pipes broken in this room? Truckie, 
room cats, Ernest, roommate troubles, 
Soi's books, summer parties, risk, back- 
gammon. All nighters, TR's, Soi's birth- 
day, California, Australia, Elephants, 
plays, San Francisco! 

FRAN GUEST 
The cadets, FUBARS, Fruit of the 
Loom, mudsliding. Hi twin-Want to 
tango? 314 parties, uncandles. Are you 
a Cardinal? Spring Break '78, Nov. 22, 
long walks, Swa, Spagadis, Hi Ping, 
toga, spare time, four years in ND 109 
with so many memories. The girls at 
that end of the hall, love & thanks to- 
Mom & Dad for everything. 

JANICE JENSEN 
Freshman year with Sonia, Grain & 
beer parties with Fran & Michelle, 
Goldman Hall first floor, 4:30 am milk- 
ing up at Haldemans, Tom Horner — 
Good luck with the piggys! Finally a car 
by senior year! I'd like to thank my par- 
ents for making this all possible. It's 
been a great experience! Working 
world. Here I come!! 




Maryanne Hamilto 




John Hoffecker 





Randy Kukoly 




RANDY KUKOLY 
Thanks to Mom & Dad, Hall of mad- 
ness, 3rd floor demolition crew, holiday 
passes from Stan, Concert tours at 304, 
306, 207 Ulman, locker room, water & 
can fights, "I've been hit" Midnight at 
Ed's, Flame on with Ulman, pounders 
before, between, and after classes, week- 
ends were made for Michelob, Gene, 
Pabst, whatever we can get, 

DEBRA J. KUPIEC 
•'Kupe", Sherry, Chele, Fran, Sue, Ei- 
leen, Tina, Puze — the greatest, food 
fights, practical jokes. Work "T" 77-78, 
Bruby Traps, spare time, Cardinal puff, 
parties, SNOW!, TOGA!, ND 1 17. that 
end of the hall. Spring Break, Fruit of 
the Loom, Luck to Wendel, Joan, Laura 
& Maret, Thanks to my parents, their 
faith & love helped me through these 
past years. 

MARIANNE C. LAMB 
Barness 1st, Rosemary , OH God! Mrs. 
W,, Work, Cooke, Sudsmud sliding, 
parties, Flynnie, John, skiing: "Let go of 
the rope, Mare." Our picnics, the G.F. 
Mugs, Ladies of New Dorm, Donna 
(M.M.)-Becky(R.H.), Bru, Mrs. N; Tu- 
tor: J.P., .S.F,. & R.H., memories, 
SNOW, Ulman 3rd, Dean Dodds; of 
woe "my image!" Love & thanks to 
Mom, Dad, Cassie, my family & 
Joanne. 

DEBBIE LIMBACH 
"Horsie-poo", "linebacker", water fight 
champs, feeding the ducks, nightly 
walks. New Dorm"T", living over the 
pit, birthday parties, cougars, Santa on 
my door, eating dinner handcuffed to 
Trapper, good friends, Staubie, Re, 
Nance, Karen, Bev, Hank, Pete, Kevin, 
Trap, Carol, best buddy Gwen. Study- 
ing in the hall, riding in B&B float, 
Judging leam-"Thunder", "Herm", 
"Chips", "Big John", "Schubie", motel 
in Red Hook, NY. "little Heifer". Spe- 
cial thanks to Mom & Dad for giving 
me this opportunity. 

TERRY L. LUTZ 
Thanks for giving me the chance. Spe- 
cial thanks to the two ladies of my life 
(my mother and my fiance, Joanne), 
without them it would be worthless, 
thanks for all my friends & all the par- 
ties, the kegs, the people, but most of all, 
thanks for all the memories, (S.D.). 



Debra Kupiec 



Marianne Lamb 



JANICE McCarthy 

Cooke Isl, Tom, Diane, Anita, Pal, 
Charlie, football banners, horse shows, 
mud-football, Halloween '77, Ethel 
Cooke, the boogieman. Piano Man, 
sheepshearing, the telephone line, and 
after it was over . . , starting again. 
Thanks Mom & Dad for your love & 
making it all possible. 

SUSAN MORTON 

R-Gang, volleyball champs, Tyson 
Zackey? Greaser dances, Tooisie Pops, 
damn Ag. Machinery, Gus, Clyde, Cyd, 
Genesis, Chicago, San Francisco, or 
what. Unicorn, Moose, '46 Jeep, Bugs, 
Teddy Bears, just you and me, Stephen, 
homebase for so long. Thanks Mom & 
Dad, love always. 

SHIELA EILEEN NEVILL 
Summer '77-the best, March 10, 1978; 
May 26, 1979. Terry, a great brother, 
Ulman 2nd '78 — and all the beaus. 
Band, Papa's softball team. Small .Ani- 
mal lab. Remember summer '78 — 
Thanks to all my friends & roommate. 
Praise the Lord. Thanks Mom & Dad. 
Let's bolt. 

DANIEL E. NORDLAND 

Sally, Elson rod & gun club, Vietnam in 
the cornfield, thanks to CDS, the 
Tucker Band, and Earl Monrow & his 
bluegrass boys. Most of all thank you 
Mom & Dad for making this all possi- 
ble, & for all your love, support & guid- 
ance. 

JUDITH I. PAWLUSIOW 

Barness '75 girls!, Pawlusiow, What's 
your last name?. Winter '78-Kay's sober 
shoes, Mary Louise & Diane, bow wow 
Africa, I'm from Missouri, Much love 
Mrs, W„ Mom & Dad I can't thank you 
enough for your encouragement and 
sacrifices. 

MARIE ANITA PELINO 
Memories, huh? backgammon & Ralph 
Stover. Nancy, get your finger stuck in 
a light socket. I love you guys. I'm really 
going to miss you all. Thanks Mom & 
Dad. 





Janice McCartney 



Glenn Michalak 



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ALLISON M. RANK 
Bill, Nan, Glenn, Marie, Donna, Glenn, 
all my friends & The confidence they 
offered. My family's support & my pre- 
sent lover, close friend-who else?-not 
studying & still making it-bye. 

SUSAN G. SANDERS 
Tina, Paula, Fran, Kupe, Chele, Lamb, 
Puz, Ballard-all the greatest! ND 105. 
L.E. Phant., Alert. Brubby traps, sperm 
learn, hello, SPCA, Fruit of the Loom, 
Squirrels, Dolphin steaks. Spring break 
'78, Gruesome twosome, Play it by ear, 
Huagen Dazs. Reaper: yep, nope, may- 
be & Lancaster. To all of my parents. 
Dad. Betty, Mom & Drex, much love & 
thanks! 

GWEN E. SCHUBERT 

Elson Hall, overnight parties in Gold- 
man, Kevin's turkey dinner, many un- 
mentionables, greaser party, Debbie, 
Karen & I down in the Gazebo, .iersey 
at 1 1 :00pm, alol of fun on Goldman 1st 
Junior year, Anat. & Phys.. alol of good 
friends. Hank, Pete. Deb, Karen, Nan- 
cy, Marie, Donna, Glenn. John. Tom, 
and Chuck still had a nice --. 

CAROL M. SHAFFER 
Good & bad times in ND "T", parlies in 
G 102, 103 & 108, S 218, don't forget 
ND 226 ('76). Old roommates- New 
roommates. Hanging out wilh the gang- 
— late night snacks, more studying. 

GLENN SHARKO 
Mike, Tex, & Curlcy — Sue, Buz, Joane. 
Donna, Muskral holes, hallway danc- 
ing-151 Christmas trecs-Fonastaff, 
Gary gigliano-popcorn-Oct. '78, Para- 
dise Island. AIILson. Thanks for your 
help — Marlena & Maurice in the or- 
chards- Tex, get up. New Dorm's on 
firc-Hcy Sailor-Donna. April 6.7, Or 8? 
Strangers in the Night, whole bunches- 
special thanks to Mom & Pop. 



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Karen Shovelin 




John Wengryn 




MARGARET L. SNYDER 

Cummuters forever, A-Day 76, Sunday 
night study sessions, SGA meeting, 
snowbound in the parking lot, Segal 
Hall gang, Kevin, Who's your turtle 
dove? "Shiela, I can't take this any long- 
er." Seminar-Argh. Maggie! Thanks to 
Mom & Pops for their patience. To the 
most important person in my life 1 give 
all my love, Lucas. Let's bolt! DVC '79. 

KAREN A. SHOVLIN 
"Shovie", blue light's on, your weird, 
wanna go to Ed's?, Trade I'll miss ya, 
blabbin instead of studying, Harness 
gang you're great friends I'll never for- 
get, you're a T-t! Backrub time, farm- 
house, Mrs. W., you're terrific!. Much 
love to John, Mom & Dad thanks, for 
without your help & understanding 
these four years would never have been 
possible. Toodleyoodleyo DVC. 

KAREN VAN AULEN 
I never realized that four years could 
bring late nights at Ed's, all nighters 
with the books, water fights, great times 
with Donna, Becky, Mare and gang, 
These four years I owe to Mom & Dad 
who have given their all for me. These 
times would have just been four years 
with out you Dean, love you. 

JOHN W. WENGRYN 
R.G., the pit, chicken Joel, Hermie, 
Cute Stuff, Schueby, thunder nuts, wise 
leadership, J.M., sophomore greaser, 
Yukon, commuters forever: powerwa- 
gons in the snow, Segal Hall, Inflamma- 
tory response, go Smokeless-Copenha- 
gen satisfies, Ten- Wheelers, Peter cars, 
Wyoming, miss Max or mad hatter al- 
ways. Thanks Mom Pop for everything. 

BARBARA WILLIAMS 
Granny! R-Gang, Cooke Hall 11, Work 
Hall II. I'm only fooling! Killer, Ugly, 
Bru, Rossies. A-day signs, WVB 
champs '76, '77, '78? Coed champs '77, 
VB club '78, Mike's cactus. Single 
room. All nighters-games & cards. Phil- 
ly's plays. Soph. Dinner Dance & Prom. 
Australia? Thanks Mom & Dad. San 
Francisco-In want to go back! 

DIRK F. WISE 

Much love & thanks to my Mom & 
Dad, Judging team, reasons? Farm #3, 
B&B Pres? Pudgy Paradise-South- 
downs, Berkshires, Shorthorns?? A&P, 
Metabolic Pathways? Bone Practical, 
Overview? Never forget all of my great 
friends, esp. Boob, Red, Tubby, Coop, 
Whimp. Ulman Hall for 3, Wolfson 1 , 
Spring '78, maybe someday?? Thanks 
again Mom & Dad, Ewetilize Sheep- 
Shear Pleasure!!! 




Karen VonAulen 






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DIRECTOR OF 
ATHLETICS 



It is a privilege for the Department of Ath- 
letics to congratulate you and wish you God- 
speed. May the lessons of competitive athlet- 
ics be your reference book for the game of 
life. 

The class of 1979 was the first senior class 
to utilize the James Work Memorial Stadi- 
um. May the love for this College that was 
James Work's life be an everlasting reminder 
of your college life. 

Your support during the last four years has 
been important. However, as Alumni, your 
continued care and support are essential to 
our success. 

This is your College — Love Her, Support 
Her, and most of all — take pride in her. 




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L lo R. Row 1: Annelle While, Gail Fucoly, Donna Cassano, Cindy Dunton, Carol Metzgar, Irene Cosla, Sue Ann Leed, Cathy Vilulla. Row 2: 
Coach Peggy Vellner. Liz Heinz. Sharon Lafferty, Janet Kruchow, Brenda Wolfe, Joan Gunselman, Barb Petty, Maryanne Horst, Linda Budrewicz, 
Barb Meyers, Karen Kerncr. 





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FIELD HOCKEY 






Since the sport of field hockey was incepted as a sport four 
years ago, Delaware Valley has consistently striven to attain 
position and respect amongst other schools with more estab- 
lished programs. The 1978 edition of the Aggies was, indeed, a 
giant step in this direction. 

Fielding a starting squad of four freshmen, four sophomores 
and three juniors, the team emerged with a very respectable 3- 
4-4 overall record against the toughest array of opponents a 
Del-Val hockey team ever had to face. 

Spearheaded on the field by outstanding center-halfback 
Annette White and offensive stalwart Sue Leeds at right wing, 
the Aggies displayed a balanced attack very uncommon to 
young teams such as themselves. This team cooperation even- 
tually earned them a spot in the MAC playoffs. 

So, with such an array of young talent returning next year. 
the 1979 season looks to be one step closer to Coach Vellner's 
dream of a MAC field hockey championship. 




Field Hockey (3-4-4) 

Opp. 

Muhlenberg 2 

(Jrsinus 3 

Wilkes 2 

Moravian 2 

Drew University I 

Penn Siate-Ogontz I 

Scranton University I 

Lycoming 1 

Fairligh-Dickinion 2 

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L to R. Rou I: Russ Rising. Joe Gilbert, Chris Bradley, Bruce Murphy, Vic 
Frey (Capt.), Gil Schieber, Malt Hengel. Chipp Cower, Mary Coleman Row 
2; Marian Payer. Dave Borish. Jim Trainer. Bob Kimmey, Gene Doyle, Rich 



Wiedman. Tom LaCorte, Larkin Scott. Carol Bossone Row 3: Dr. R. Berth- 
old, Ed Kulp, Brian Moan. Fred Kiellander, Lew. Ed Leotti, Norm Foran. 




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DVC 


OPP. 


50 


Ursinus 


15 


50 


Haverford 


15 


26 


Western Maryland 


29 


47 


Franklin and Marshall 


16 


33 


Phila. Textile 


24 


16 


Albright 


45 


24 


Wilkes 


31 


41 


Lebanon Valley 


16 


33 


Scranton University 


22 


22 


King's 


39 


15 


Spring Garden 


50 


23 


Moravian 


32 


36 


Swarthmore 


20 


31 


Muhlenberg 


24 


25 


Susquehanna University 


30 


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Leading Scorer - Vic Frey 








Delaware Valley has a "proud" heritage in cross country — that 
grueling sport that never attracts the big crowds or makes the 
newspaper headlines. This year's Aggie squad did not betray the 
"pride". 

Led by senior captain and leading scorer Vic Frey, Del-Val com- 
pleted a very respectable 7-8 season. The team consisted of several 
underclassmen standouts, such as Bruce Murphy, Matt Engle, Chip 
Cower and Gene Doyle, all of whom will aid in the bolstering of 
cross country hopes for 1979. 

Several of the contests were close and possibly might have result- 
ed in the .Aggies' favor if the squad wouldn't have been hampered, 
somewhat, by injuries throughout the season. However, all in all, 
Coach Berthold felt that his team performed to their highest ability 
and the Tmal record was a result of a hard -earned effort from each 
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L to R. Row 1: John DelGasio, Tom Marks, Mark Fields, Nouroloin Tabataba, Tony Gadaleta, John Fulcoly, (Capt), Paul Prevost, David George, Chris 
Wilson, Ted Loy, Coach Bob Marshall /?OH'2.Coach Joe Soder, Daryl Krause, Al Habiak, Gary Diltz, Dan Persons, Jim Solomito, Jeff Kennoy, Mike Fennell, 
Bret Torppey. Frank DelGasio, Kevin O'Rourke. Mel Rawls Row J; Carl Terwilliger, Steve Homesack, Rich Pelkofsk, Steve Saxten, Eugene Westlake, Tom 
Hughes, Gale Page, Ed McDermott, Jim Riggs, Pete Johnson, Doug Hartkopf, Ross Wolford. 






Soccer (1-9-1) 




DVC 




OPP. 


1 


Muhlenberg 


4 





Widener 


3 


1 


Scranton University 


9 





Albright 


(20T) 


2 


Lebanon Valley 


4 





Ursinus 


1 


1 


Spring Garden 


5 


2 


Lycoming 








Fairleigh-Dickinson 


3 





Drew University 


10 


1 


Wilkes 


2 (20T) 







Only one adjective describes the 1978 Dela- 
ware Valley Soccer Team — young. Fielding a 
starting eleven containing seven freshmen, the 
squad competed against a schedule of teams 
which included nationally-ranked Scranton, 
highly regarded Muhlenberg and a tough Spring 
Garden. Considering it was only the second year 
of varsity competition the team responded quite 
admirably. 

Inconsistency hurt the team and several of the 
final scores weren't really characteristic of just 
how close some of the games actually were. The 
squad would play well, but the ball just wouldn't 
go into the net. 

However, the season wasn't without reward as 
the Aggies did defeat Lycoming on Homecom- 
ing Weekend to give first-year head coach Joe 
Soder his inaugural victory. 

Thus, having gained a great amount of confi- 
dence this season, the team might finally reach 
the level of respectability in 1979. 






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' Lycoming 21 

Upsala 10 
Susquanna 

University 21 

' Juniata 2' 

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Fairleigh- 
Dickinson 
Leading scorer — William 
Mullen (36 pts.) 

Co-Captains — Jack Mazak 
Bruce Shickora 
Dave Jefferson led the Middle 
Atlantic Conference in Pass re- 
cieving. 

•Joe Lanakus set a single-game 
rushing record of 200 yards 
against Susquahanna. 



L 10 R. Row /.Andy McGuire, Keith Sipple, Bob Root, Gary Scott, Tom Herold, KenGithens, Bill 
Mullen, Pete Albano Row 2: Joe Lclli, Bryan Felter, Metro Malasavage, John Ledva, Bruce 
Shickora, Ron Haraka, Chuck Roesch, Pete Mclntyre, Steve Fornoff, Jack Mazak 



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L to R, Row /.Greg Salicondro, George Demetriades, Mark Dobies, Matt Flanagan, Jim Yazujian, 
Brian Emerich, Tony Strong, Steve Cash, Mike Mondevergine Row 2: Les Davies, George Biggs, 
Warren Robertson, Gary Walters, Jim Fogarty, Art Hannigan, Brian Berlanda, Rich Mullen Row 
J.- Don McCarthy, Phil Boob, Ron Bates, Mark Bcale, Mike Bergamo, Paul Boyle, Frank Vellucci, 
John Lindenmuth, Tom Houpt, Mike Conlen 




L to R, Row /.Jim Duncan, Paul Martino, Joe King, Mike Walch, Daryl Heiges, Len Conrad, Ron 
Bates, Bill Tidmore, Tom Nunziato, Row 2: Pat Riordan, Frank Sylvester, Andy Holzhcimcr, Greg 
McBroom, Scott Horofr, Jim Bombulski, Mike Petty, Jim McDonald, Rick Jansson. George 
Donadi Row .3.- Jeff Stone, Dan Planer, John .Schuler, Rich Caruso, Tim Bomboy. Dan Gallagher, 
Dave Bowcrsox, Don Cherry, Kevin Hoke, Mack Mullin Row 4: Mike Rynkcwicz, Dave Egglcston, 
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Unforlunale is the only word that can describe ihc 1978 Delaware Valley football year. 
Playing their first season within the confines of the brand new James Work Memorial Stadium, 
the team had looked forward to a sparkling season for the facility's inaugural year. However, the 
Aggie's final record was anything but sparkling. But that's not to say they were a bad football 
team. 

Our .squad came to within nine points of a winning season. Bad breaks and key injuries to 
starters contributed to the outcome of several close losses that Del-Val should have won. No 
matter how frustrating lho.se loses were, however, they proved to the other .schools that 
Delaware Valley is no longer a team to be taken lightly. Our guys led Widener. the defending 
national champion, by eleven points in the fourth quarter before losing by three points, not to 
mention the two one-point losses our Aggies suffered. 

But it did not go for naught because valuable confidence was instilled within the squad's 
morale. And with the loss of only three .seniors this year, Del-Val will have a host of fine athletes 
returning next season. 

Thus, although this football season saw the Aggies drop a host of frustrating los.ses, Del-Val 
gained a lot of respect and no longer will be considered the "patsy" team it once was thought in 
terms of being. Who knows, maybe the championship trophy will be sitting in our display case 
next year?! 



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L lo R. Roii I: Frank Losagio, Dave Zawisza, Jim Trainer, Craig Edgerton, 
Steve Yingling. Bret Torppey, John DeNoma, Art Shull, Andy Hamilton, 
Tony Novak. Row 2: Coach Marshall, Sam Jackson, Tony Lopardi, Stan 
McGlynn, Brian Detwiler, Mark Tankersly, Paul Pearson, Cris Redder, Mike 



Walch, Jim Saner, AI.Kur'nath, Pam Douglas, Stat. Row 3: Koy Malik, Mgr. 
Trainer, Mark Huston, Bill Crozier, Hank Knier, Warren Robertson, Joe 
King, Jeff Bartholomew, Bob Godbout, Mike Davis, Greg Pellz, Bill Bippus- 
mgr. trainer, Craig Deacon. 



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Delaware Valley has a proud tradition in its wrestling 
program and year after year the Aggies are a powerhouse in 
the sport. The team was exceptional . . . and could possibly 
have been the best the school has ever staged. 

The squad's final record of 1 3-2 does not really exemplify 
the real beating Aggie opponents suffered during the 1978- 
79 season. Our matmen registered five shutout victories and 
they surpassed the fifty point total the same number of 
times. Del Val did suffer a severe disappointment at the 
MAC Tournament where the team lost the title by three 
points despite sending six wrestlers, into the final round. 
However, this unfortunate ending still didn't overshadow 
the tremendous season the Aggies had for Coach Marshall. 

Outstanding individual performances were turned in by 
Warren Robertson (15-0), Mike Danis (14-1), Dave 
Zawisza (13-2), and Craig Edgerton (11-2). Mike Danis 
brought further reknown to DVC by placing eighth in the 
National Tournament, thus earning himself All-American 
status. 

With the loss of only three starters to graduation, next 
year looms even more ominous for Del-Val wrestling foe. 



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L to R. Row /.Jim McShea (Capl.), Ron Parker, Mark Tymes, Tom Walsh, Tom Robinson, John Bernard Row 2: Matt KilcuUen (Asst. Coach), Tom Kehoe, 
Mark Wcrkiser, Bill Walters, Bill Stanley, John Wisniewski, Den Mitchell, Tom Salamone, Les Lombardi (Coach). 







Men's Basketball (\\-\^) 


Opp. 


DVC 

64 




William and Mary 


86 


70 




Swarthmore 


71 


90 




Wilkes 


83(OT) 


74 




Wilkes 


87 


70 




Eliza bethtown 


74 


91 




Drew 


68 


63 




Fairleigh-Dickinson 


56 


88 




Fairleigh- Dickinson 


.84 


91 




King's 


92 


86 




King's 


too 


91 




Ursinus 


94 


57 




Moravian* 


62 


85 




Allentown* 


80 


77 




Mt. Saint Mary's* 


83 


82 




Western Maryland* 


76 


75 




Albright 


93 


69 




Spring Garden 


84 


87 




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75 


88 




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79 


92 




Juniata 


104. 


81 




Moravian 


68 


88 
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95 




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90 
97 


65 




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L to R, Row /.Jamie Milkman, Leonard Tanzymore, Gary Ulrich Row 2: Coach Lombard!, Keith Cooper, Lyn Matthews, Steve Jones, Jim Marzec, Charles 
Johnson, Dennis Kline, Coach Matt Kilcullen 





JV Basketball (6-7) 




DVC 




Opp. 


79 


Swathmore 


57 


61 


Wilkes 


56 


70 


University of Pennsylvania 


56 


51 


Farleigh Dickinson 


47 


63 


Kings 


57 


67 


Ursinus 


71 


56 


Albright 


68 


67 


Moravian 


72 


65 


Scranton 


79 


60 


Scranton 


66 


51 


Farleigh Dickinson 


50 


62 


Kings 


80 


53 


Lycoming 


67 





Delaware Valley, somewhat weak in men's basketball in recent 
years, returned to respectability during the 1978-79 season. Despite 
their losing record of 11-14, the squad compiled the most wins in 
eight years here at Del-Val and missed a chance to compete in the 
MAC-Northern Division playoffs by a single game. 

Under first-year coach Les Lombardi, the Aggies led the entire 
Middle Atlantic Conference in scoring with an 80 points per game 
average and ended the season with an excellent team free throw 
percentage of 72.8%. 

Individually, Ken Mitchell was tops on the team in scoring with 
1043 points, thus qualifying him for the distinction of becoming a 
member of the prestigious one thousand point club. Jim McShea, 
the senior captain of the team, finished a strong season with a 12.3 
points per game average. 

Although this year's array lost fourteen games, five contests were 
lost by less than five points. Considering the tough schedule the 
Aggies had to play, along with the fact that the team loses only one 
starter from this year, next season has to hold in store great promise 
for Coach Lombardi. 





WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 











GIRLS BASKETBALL (2-13) 




DVC 






OPP. 


44 




Franklin and Marshall 


79 


47 




Western Maryland 


81 


45 




Ursinus 


53 


74 




Lycoming 


28 


45 




Elizabethtown 


81 


57 




Wilkes 


75 


83 




Muhlenberg 


51 . 


60 




Scranton 


94^ 


54 




AUentown 


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44 




Widener 


85 


62 




King's College 


69 


57 




Albright 


59 


53 
46 




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65 


50 




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The Lady Aggies fell upon some hard times 
during their 1978-79 campaign. The squad, 
which was hit hard by last year's graduation, 
played an extremely difficult schedule without a 
single senior to its credit. However, on the 
brighter side, the team has a solid nucleus of 
experience returning to boost Coach Vellner's 
hopes for next year's edition here at Del-Val. 

Brenda Wolfe, a sophomore, led the team in 
total points with 177 and had an 11.8 points- 
/game average. The MVP award, however, was 
presented to junior Joyce Newswanger, the 
squad's captain, for her herendous leadership as 
the team's playmaker. So, who knows, maybe 
next year's team might bring DVC its first 
championship in girl's basketball. 





TRACK 



L to R, Row 1: Rich Mullen, Warren Robertson. Row 2: Marie Castro, Walt 
Mathewson, Jim Yazujian, Mike Danis, Steve Lilly, Joe Gilbert, Rich Weid- 
man, Ed Kulp, Gary Hall. iJow J.Seb Cassaro, Gary Walters, Chip Cowher, 
Tom Marks, Ed Doughtery, Chris Bradley, Ron Bates, Coach Snyder. Row 4: 



Coach Marron, Coach Corodetti, Jim Loughran, Ron Haraka, Art Borillo, 
Jeff Stone, Gene Doyle, Mark Tankersley, Bruce Murphy,Jim Moran, Gary 
Scott, Al Van Vlack, Carol Pellington, Coach Berthold. 











Track* Field (5-1-1) 




DVC 




OPP. 


78 


Widener 


54 


78 


Swarthmore 


67 


38 


Lebanon Valley 


107 


50.5 


Albright 


59 


71.5 


Susquehanna 


50.5 


67 


Ursinus 


67 


67 


Haverford 
coach - Dan Faulkner 
Captain - Mike Danis 


47 



This year the DVC track & field team was rewarded with 
its own track & the team displayed its gratitude by posting a 
superior 5-1-1 record. Under new head coach Dan f'aulk- 
ner, the squad had to adjust somewhat to the new metric 
distances of the new track. New .school records were record- 
ed in every event because of the new metric distance factor. 
Mark Tankcrsley. a freshman, brought DVC a first place 
finish in the 120 high hurdles & a third place finish in the 
intermediate hurdles at the MAC Track Meet which helped 
contribute to the team's overall sixth place finish. Steve 
' Lilly, a junior, finished second in the 220 to aid the cause. 
With only the loss of one senior, captain Mike Danis, next 
season would have to appear to be another banner year for 
DVC. 




GOLF 




L to R. Row I: Randolph Raine, Mark Werkiser, Michael Strusiak, Cpl. Kent Rickenbach, Ed Strzelski, Paul Wiemken, James Waniak. Row 
2;Scotl Anderson. Anthony White, Robert Vandergrift. Richard Brandel, John Bradley, Coach Linta. 





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459 


Swarthmore 


444 


408 


Moravian 


411 


408 


Scranton 


446 


417 


Lycoming 


426 


417 


Juniata . .■ ... 


439 


429 


Upsala JBSR 


441 


411 


Ursinus 


394 


410 


Fairleigh-Dickinson 


411 


410 


Philadelphia Textile 


481 


411 


Spring Garden 


484 


411 


St. Joseph's 


401 


418 


Muhlenberg 


442 


418 


Albright 


449 


412 


Dickenson 
Head Coach — Ned Linta 


391 




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The Aggie golfers completed a very well earned 10 win, 
3 loss log during their 1979 campaign. Enjoying the best 
team depth in five years, the squad possessed a strong 
rotation and was not routed in one match they lost. 

Individual standouts included Ken Rickenbach, the 
team's MVP and senior captain, Mike Strusiak, Mark 
Werkheiser and Jim Waniek. The team, one which Coach 
Linta cited as his "most enthusiastic ever", finished a 
strong eighth at the MAC Tournament behind Mike Stru- 
siak's 159 stroke total, which earned him an eighteenth 
place finish in the tournament. 

Hopes for next season, too, seem good with the loss of 
only two seniors to grduation. 




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Urbanik, Jim Gordon, Bob Reapsome. Row 3: Tom Francello, Rod Bates, Martin Shurr, Darryl Heigss, Scott Horoff, Dan Planner. Row 4: Dr. Lutz, Frank 
Wolfgang, John Knarr, Bruce Shickora. 







Baseball (14-15) 




1-6 


*Drexel University 


7-0 


9-6 


•Bloomfield 


5-4 


9-6 


*Rutgers University 


5-7 


5 


'Drew University 


1 


1-7 


Albright 


4-9 


5-6 


Spring Garden 


4-3 


7 


Swarthmore 


1 


4-4 


Drew University 


8-2 


8-7 


Susquehanna University 


9-1 


9-3 


Fairleigh-Dickinsin 


4-2 


5-0 


Scranlon University 


2-7 


0-0 


Upsala 


10-5 


0-1 


Wilkes 


4-2 


7 


Muhlenberg 


6 


2-4 


King's 


3-5 


1-7 


Moravian 

Head Coach — Frank Wolfgang 
Team Captain — Bob Reapsome 
MAC Record — (10-12) 
•designates Florida tournament games. 


7-10 



The Delaware Valley College baseball team en- 
joyed a fine season under new head coach Frank 
Wolfgang this year. The final record of fourteen 
wins and fifteen losses was the product of some fine 
pitching exhibitions by the Aggie hurlers. Three of 
the squad's pitchers, Ed Urbanik, Jeff Theibault 
and Steve Fornoff finished with earned run aver- 
ages under 2.0. The team wasn't without an offen- 
sive attack either as shortstop Ron Bates led the 
hitting punch with a .332 batting average. 

Besides competing in the always tough Middle 
Atlantic conference, the squad had an opportunity 
to play in a pre-season tournament in Florida 
which really helped prime them for the tough 
schedule they had to compete against. This, coup- 
led with the fact that the Aggies lost only four 
starters to graduation, should provide for a solid 
showing next Spring again. 




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BIOLOGY 



To the Class of '79": 

Hail and Farewell! Hail to tomorrow's leaders. 
Farewell to the undergraduates who are now the 
class of 1979. On our part, we enjoyed the opportu- 
nity to know you, to work with you, and to watch 
you grow in stature and in wisdom. Our hopes go 
with you — that you will lead productive and pleas- 
ant lives, that your dreams and aspirations will be 
realized, and that the countenance of the Lord will 
shine upon you. Look forward confidently to the 
future, but remember the past — your parents, 
your friends, your teachers, your college, and all 
those who have contributed to you being you. 

On behalf of all the staff of the biology Depart- 
ment, 1 wish you well. 

-EUery W. French 




MANDELL SCIENCE 
BUILDING 

Mandell Science Building was 
built in 1966. It was named after 
Samuel P. Mandell, a prominent 
member of the Board of Trustees, 
who contributed a substantial 
amount toward the construction of 
the Mandcl Building along with a 
grant from the Department of 
Health, Education, and Welfare. 

Fn the building are classrooms and 
laboratories for biology, chemistry, 
food industry, and physics classes. 
The auditorium in Mandel Building 
is the site of many of the activities 
sponsored by the student Govern- 
ment. 




Mandell Hall 
Our New Science Biiildinc 



JOSEPH R. BONNER 

My deepest thanks goes to you, Mom & 
Dad for everything! Thanks also to you, 
Honcho, for such good notes! Woody •& 
Beetle, we never caught that duck on 
Uncle Ron's (24 hour) Lake Cham- 
plaign expedition. Cyrano, how did you 
ever get a "B" in gym, & mike youre 
like a race horse when it comes to renal 
physiology (450 ml.) 

ROBERT T. DeCRESCENTE 
Thanks Mom Sc Dad, Til kick you. 
That's good Joe, Woody & Johnson on 
Champlaign, Thanks for the notes, 
|- Honcho. Beetle — I wanta beer. 

Imichael D. DISTEFANO 

I My dearest thanks to Mom & Pop, Now 
I that I've graduated, what do I do? 
Thanks Honcho (the one most likely to 
have his notes copied), 1 ain't touchin' 
nobody's Inky Dink!! Has anyone seen 
Cyrano? Somebody found the school's 
duck dead, killed by a flying anchor, 
Joey, Don't forget your middens, 48 
hours on lake Champlaign, are you sure 
it wasn't 72? 

JIM DUNBAR 
Thanks Mom & Dad, never forget the 
jam sessions. Hall of Madness, please 
report to me as soon as possible S.S., so 
stoned you can't see, locker room soda 
can fights. Double hamburg special, 
double fries at Ed's, Chewy chewy, burn 
out turned commuter, 3rd floor Uiman 
destruction crew, biggest surprise of all 
is me getting out, so long Del Val. 

FRANK A. DEL GAISO 

Many thanks to my Mother & Father. 






Joseph Bonner 



David Campbell 










BRIAN E. FLANNERY 
The hot times in Ulman, Joel Spivacl(; 
Space Giants, Ecology & the after six 
club, Sticky buns & Reggie bars, week- 
ends, weekends. Lucky Day!, Mike & 
the library, Coxe, Rick, Special thanks 
to Mom & Dad & possibly M.B.(F), for 
making it all impossible. To all above: 
thanks four for great years!? Harry went 
home pal! 

MICHAEL J. GLAIEL 
Fun times. Screwballs, Bumperhopping, 
Physics club, Stromboli, Skyline, Won- 
der moblike, Yo Boz, the only good cat 
is a Comp. Anat. cat!, 12 o'clock whis- 
tle, who says I can't spell?, LALE, Tal- 
lyho. If 1 only had a watermelon, raiding 
burpies, gray nag, fartmobile. beak, 
What's a camera? The best of luck & 
love to all iny close friends. 

RICHARD F, GROUSER JR. 

Remember the good limes & good 
friends. The great times & great friends, 
& all the crazy things that happened. 

ERIC R. HALVORSEN 

Special thanks to God, my parents, 
Rose, Ian Anderson, & my buddies 
Mike, Joe, Bob, Brian, Woody. & Beetle 
for giving me encouragement in their 
own unique ways during my years at 
DVC. 

CHARLES E. HARDING 
Burpee's bees, Doyleslown Hospital, my 
roommates Bob, Mike, & Steve, week- 
ends at Rutgers University, Christine 
whose love & support helps me through, 
Philadelphia, Spectrum. Wolfson 24, 
the guys in Samuel, Farm House, Nats, 
Homecoming '78, Florida, bluebooks, 
winter of 78, Bugs Bunny, Rocky. Gene- 
see cream ale. Comparative Anatomy 
disections, better, nicer, special thanks 
to Mom & Dad, love ya. 



Richard Grouser 



Eric Halvorsen 




Charles Harding 



Valeric Greenwood 





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VALERIE J. GREENWOOD 
1 would like to thank my parents & hus- 
band without whose understanding this 
would not have been possible. I'll miss 
PGSS-but hope th leep in touch! 

JEFF "BEATLE" HINDS 
BeatUe mania at Death Valley College. 
Gonna miss the easy life. Finney's the 
last frontier. Going to classes & not go- 
ing to classes. Kicking Bobby T's door 
& limited probation. The hall of mad- 
ness & the roof patrol. The great Ulman 
blaze & living in the barracks. Space 
Queens & A-days, what a trip! Studying 
(pretending to) until your brain hurts. 
Lost weekends. Good night Doc. 
Gimme the Sheep's skin. 

JIM MALONEY 
Nat's, Skyline specials, pinball. Wimps, 
Florida trips. Homecoming float '78, 
Loonies of Samuel Hall, "A" day, 
Screwballs, Scuba club, weekend room 
requests, Haunted Hall, Paradise Island 
(twice). But all seriousness aside thanks 
to Jeff for putting up with four years of 

& especially to my mother & 

father whose bank account I destroyed 
for an education. 

BRUCE MICALES 

Another four years gone-I can't believe 
it! Thanks Mom & Dad for your help & 
support. To Dirk, Steve ("Red"), Bob, 
Coop, & Greg remember Wolfsohn & 
Ulman always. Fellow Biologists: re- 
member Organic Chem, Anal. Chem., 
Comp. Anat., General Phys., & of 
course BAF— What time is it Dr. Mul- 
stay? Murphy's Laws & Kreb's Cycle. 

TINA NELSON 
1st night at DVC-Capp & I, Segal Hall, 
cigarettes, Dutch, Pete, & boys, the 
Apt. parties in Work, Halloween '76, 
grain & kegs, wet floor, Stray dogs, NB 
Police, ruined beds thanks to J. Spirit- 
in-the-night., Bushwacker, Spring break 
'78, Daytona, Kissinee, finding a show- 
er, Cuckers, orchard parties, ND 1st, 
Sue, Eileen, Fran, Kupe, Puz, Ballard, 
Capper, & Michell, who can't roll, the 
best, we've come a long way. 3 years 
successfully dodging S.S., Harmony, 
Jim. To my mother without whom my 
college education could not have been 
possible-much love & thanks. 

DIANE R. PETROVICH 

Thanks Mom & Dad for the love, sup- 
port, & belief, 3 great years at DVC. 
Keep on Cooke'n! The wild bunch, 
PGSS, good friends forever, martians, 
raisins, chickens. Bye Pat- 3 years later, 
Flakey Flyers #1, Magic, munchies & 
Munchkin, judging cows, "Tumble". 
Stan-you're the one! There's always to- 
morrow . . . 



/ ) A VI D JEFFREY R USSEL L 
B\F irip, "whai lime is it, Dr \1ul- 
ilay?". 11:20. 11:27. I 1:3?: -ril use .i 
memory dot", water fighls, Wimpus 
Vlaximus. Smokers, "I want to reserve 
the room for the night." "Looks like a 
penguin " 

THOMAS JOH\ SWMCKI 

Farmhouse. Et-ology, Mori, John, & 
Joel Spivak. Lueky Day, Kemp. Hort 
Club Gang. Space Giants, Sky-line. Fri- 
day. JMOtS). Eds. Thanks I'o Mom & 
Dad for evcrthing possible. Dr. Spock. 
All the victorious football games (0), 
Bcz. Boz, phonccalls. Harry went home 
pal. Lec-z-Lou. Goldman 1st, band, 
Josh. Z's in Poli-ScI, 





Dave Russell 



DlAf^E C. SCALFO 
Transferred in from Widcncr College. 1 
shall never forget the special friends 1 
made here. Deb, Roe, Deb, thanks for 
making my Senior year a special one. 
Mom & Dad, 1 can't thank you enough 
for all you've done. I love you very 
much. 

HERBERT MARTIN SCHECTER 
I owe a sincere debt of gratitude to all of 
the people who helped nic. especially 
Mr John Standing for providing a mod- 
el of continuity, clarity, & organization 
&. to Mr. L. Adicson for his continued 
support & guidance. Best memories: 
Talking with Jean & Craig on Ecology 
field trips, passing time in the gym. & 
Carol & the fire shower. Good luck class 
of '79. 

CONSTANCE JEAN SMITH 
I'll always remember my days at 
"Camclot". Four great years with great 
friends. Best of luck to PGS I would not 
have been able to experience this won- 
derful part of my life without the unend- 
ing support of my parents. Thanks to all 
the Professors in the Biology depart- 
ment, ril miss you!. 

JAMES J. SOLOMITO 

i Yrs. Dodging Stan, fire alarms ringing 
to chorus of "I'm up everybody is up." 
Grain for the brain. Mcls Mayhem, 
bowling for dollars. Work Hall parties. 
'A'day 78 with I'/i legs. East Street. 
Cardinal Puff. & everyone who made 
■e past 4 years bearable. Special 
'^ inks to Mom & Dad for making it all 
: .siblc. 




Diana Scalfo 




Constance Smith 



James Solomito 




SHARON L. STAUB 

Bird & "Motley Crew", "Root Cellar", 
New Dorm "T", Weasel, Wolfie, Birth- 
day parties, daks, "Tom Sawyer", Eco I 
to Eco 11:10-4! Lake Champlaign, BAF 
field trip: Dr. Mulstay, What time is it 
now? Living in Mandell, "the kitchen". 
Cats, Sharks, cockroaches, frogs, phy- 
siographs. Ethology, Dr. Miller & Mi- 
cro., Whale songs, constant weight, Scu- 
ba trip, Jr. "prom", Sr. trip, 1 love you. 
Goodbye . . . 

JEANNE L. VAN NUYS 

"To see a World in a Grain of Sand and 
Hold Heaven in a Wild Flower . . , 
" — W. Blake A fleeting 4 years & a 
lifetime of memories-thanks to all of my 
professors & friends. Mom & Dad, 
thanks for everything — and more. 





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RICHARD A. ARCARI 
Good luck Gary & Andy, great 4 yrs. 
together. I wish to thank the greatest 
parents in the world for their under- 
standing, beliefs, love and devotion. 
Dad, even though you aren't alive to see 
your wish come true, graduation, 1 know 
you will guide me to success. ! devote 
senior year to you. Many thanks to 
Mom, Pam & Gina for love, patience. & 
believing in me. Phyllis, nothing will 
ever part our love for each other. 



TO THE SENIORS: 
Al graduation you arc told that your degree entitles you to certain 
rights & privileges. Those rights were earned by accomplishing certain 
academic and personal objectives, lor most people, a bachelor's degree 
n obtained through a great deal of self-discipline and persistence. It is 
truly earned. But with the rights there are corresponding obligations of 
an educated person. You will be looked to for advancing an efncient 
and productive economic system. The College, your department and 
our faculty have supplied you with the tools and concepts useful in your 
business career. Your obligation now is to beneni the community and 
yourself by their utilization. 

George F West 
George West earned his B.S. degree at Villanova University and his 
VI B A. degree from Temple University. Mr. West began teaching in 
Philadelphia in 1963, and started teaching at Delaware Valley College 
in 1969. He was appoinled Chairman of the Business Administration 
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FRAN BIANCO 

My sincere thanks to all members of the 
faculty and staff for their extra-special 
assistance. 

MICHAEL L. DANIS 
Thanks to my parents for the push. I'll 
remember all the friends, all the good 
times & all the bad, hope they'll remem- 
ber me. Good luck to future sports, the 
past sports were good to me. And as you 
go through life remember an "A" & an 
"F" is a "C" . . . Thanks. 

OARYT. KOENIG 

Thanks to special friends & good times! 
Andy, Rich, & Fran — the "best". Re- 
member Segal Hall, "It's all over"! 
much thanks to my parents & sister, 
Karen, who helped me through these 
four years-You're great!! Special thanks 
to Cindy, your love & understanding 
was appreciated greatly. Mom, again 
thank you!! 





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JAMES E. McSHEA 
Moby, "Fal Lou", friends (Otis, Puppy, 
Hawk, Park, Barnyard) "apriori", 
"place your bets", beers and game, 
morning workouts 78-79, legend of the 
Wolf, Fat Helens, Am I really an RA?, 
Lou, 4 year Quiter, Lou's pig shows, 
Thanks to Jim & Joan for their backing 
and concern for 4 years. . . . Barbara 
Rene' (Gladsy) — Without your "sup- 
port" and devotion, we wouldn't have 
made it! 

GERARD G. MELLY 

Yes, we finally have made it & before I 
leave I'd like to give special thanks to 
my parents, girlfriend, Tom, & all my 
other friends., for without them I never 
would have made it. Good luck every- 
one. Hey Kemp "Have a lucky day". 
Paging Dr. Sawicki, SOMF goes on, 
keep in touch Samuel buddies. Hey 
guys, He's studying. 

RICHARD D. PHILLIPS JR. 

Special thanks to my grandparents be- 
cause without their support and guid- 
ance this couldn't have been possible, & 
to Karen for putting up with me for 3 
years & helping me thru this place — n- 
ever forget how we met!! Remember all 
the fun times in New Dorm lounge- 
(rubber band & airplane fights & study- 
ing long hours) and all the trips to 
Nat's. 

MIKE PUGLISI 
Remember! The three Musketeers, Gig- 
gles Vansani, Sleepy Shull, Bulldog 
Melly, Mack, Shmo, Mike, Chet, Dave, 
& all the boys of EMO, traveling sum- 
mer of '78, ski 93, hall slides, dak fights, 
wedgies, parties, getting caught. Art 
wake up, Diane don't giggle, alliance 
Beener, Farm House, 21st birthday, Vi- 
sine gets the red out, Mousie, it's been 
great, special thanks to family. 

ROBERT E. REAPSOME 

Phil, Tom, & Shutly, Baseball, Florida, 
Summer Camp, & Coach Hardy. It was 
a good almost 3 years Sue, maybe they'll 
come by again. Thanks for everything 
Mom & Dad, It was a quick four years 
but 1 couldn't have made it without you. 



Robert Reapsome 



MARK RESETAR 

Work Hall parties, redlight, comas, 
Farmhouse, loads, Sparky-my under- 
study, Jim, Matt, Chuck, Skynard lives, 
Stan & Wapy-will you ever drink, Lou 
you quitter, Mob-how long can you 
hang?, limited probation. Intramural 
champs, road trips. Mob & Mill a mean 
in Minnesota, Kent-4 yrs. from beers to 
comas. Thanks Sharon, especially Mom, 
last but not least Snoot face. 

ARTHUR SHULL 
The three musketers, Mike (Omlet), 
Diane (giggles) & myself in the Mouses 
Production class, my naps, Melly snap- 
ping out in Science class, wrestling. 
Coach Marshall we're going to run 
these sprints until you guys do 'em right. 
Glad 1 made it, thanks to many friends, 
my family & God. 

MAUREEN SICA 
Mom, who gave me everything, most 
important-love; Harness craziness-Ang, 
Les, Cath, Lori, Mary, Deb; Hatteras, 
brownies 3-day coma, read fantasies, 
Les, Hmmmm, Superstars-tough hill, 
Metro, My buddies Ronnie & Tom, 
How 'bout Stokebury, Moj? "apropri". 
Barber's Disco, My sidekicks Scotti & 
Jerry listening, caring, treasurable 
memories-Judy, The Penthouse where it 
all began, Vin, I'll always be there with 
more love than words can say. 

LAURA E.SMITH 

Any success I may ever achieve is 
thanks to Mom & Dad. "Yes, My Mom 
is Sally!" Thanks to "the gang" with 
whom I have many fond memories, 
Georg West will go down in history as 
the second Savior. A dream to live life 
to the fullest is a dream, but to do it, is 
to live! 

CHARLES J. THOMAS 

Football-4! long years, Work Hall 1st. 
A-Day food comm.. Farmhouse wit 
Otte & Judy, Jan & cold horseshows, 
mud football & just friends. Good luck 
to Big Guy, Root, Gen, Fog. Special 
thenks to my best friend Jim, The love 
of my live-Michele, & Mom & Dad, for 
it was you & your love that made it all 
possible. 





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OMNt MARIE VASSAST 
"The 3 muskelccrs" An. wake up! The 
Institution, room 215 Samuel, "\1oii- 
sic", "Little Miss Hardware", "C,.,- 
gles". Thanks m ihose special t■neI^i^, 
"Eggs", "Omlei". ,\ri. Gerr\ I ii^js 
22nd birthday! Ski trip to Elk Ml! Ciood 
times with both ol" the Puglisi's. "Re- 
member Art. it ain't so bad!" Thanks to 
all who helped me thru, Goodbvc Del 
Val! 

JOH\ WISMEWSKI 
"Coin Mobile" 4 years of some bad an- 
kles! Ott's just a JV ball player! Taz- 
You'rc lunching! Spark. Hawk, Kent. 
Wad. the loads & Barnyard-What a 
crazy crew! Fat Helen's live on! I wish 1 
had a nose like Maureen. Thanks Mom 
& Dad Tor all your love & support. 1 
couldn't have made it without your help. 





Diane Vansant 



John Wisniewski 





To the Chemistry Class of 1979: 

wish to take this opportunity to con- 
gradulatc you on your completion of the 
chemistry degree program, and to offer a 
few words of advice for the future. Be 
willing to take a leadership role, and when 
you have accepted this responsibility com- 
plete your assignments promptly and to 
the best of your ability. 

Keep an open mind and be a good listen- 
er. Review both sides of every question 
and search for alternative solutions for 
each problem. Be a friend, who is ready 
and willing to go the extra mile in order to 
help another person. Continue your educa- 
tion and use your knowledge to solve to- 
day's problems and lo build a better to- 
morrow. Above all maintain your ideals 
and enthusiasm. 

On behalf of all the Chemistry faculty, 
the best of luck and happiness, 
Robert S Orr 
Chairman. Chcmislrv 




ANDRE JOHASN SOMMER 
Transfer student from Bucks County 
Community College. Following in the 
foot steps of BLS. Known as "one of 
those two" and "train Killer". "That's 
what she said" Hey let's go to the Farm- 
house for some Heincken. "Nub, close 
your eyes before you bleed to death". 



D.V.C. HISTORY 




FARM #3 



I^rm #3 is the lancm^ the south of main campus which consists of what was once called "Painswick Hail", and 
the beef, sheep, and swine barns. 

The land was obtained by William Penn from the Indians when he fifst came to this country. Around 1700, 
Penn sold the land to Jeremiah Langhorne (the town of Langhorn was named after him). 

In 1729, "Painswick Hall" was built by Robert Shewell on this land. The building was named after the house 
that Shewell had left in ^ n g tand. In 1730 the house and land was sold to the Shewells who owned it then for 156 
years. The Shewells solalPre land to the Martins who in turn sold the land to the Farm School in 1970. 

In w8, a new modern swine barn was built to re^ilace the one ruined by a fire. This barn contains farrowing 
rooms^ nursery, finishing units, a washroom, .i|bsfe)om, and feedroom. 





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HISTORY OF D.V.C. 




Allman B'llu&ing wascbnstfucfei 
then National Farm School was built to hous 
population of the college increased, the back t 
post office and mailboxes were added as thq en 

Allman's nickname, ihe "bird cage", com 
opened windows and Jisturb ilie profcssot 

Aside from the posl^gtefi and lecture* 
students. Director of PB^^nt, Directors 
Through the years, Alg|H[|Lilcling's occ] 
building will live on inside everyone 




ALLMAN BUILDING 




t)f the oldest buildings on caipj^- This new addit 
inistration offices and farm mechanics department. As the 
t had housed the farm machinofj^ became a lecture hall. A 
ent continued to rise. ^», '^ 

e fact that on hot days birdslifced to fiy in througjh the large 
ing students. 

uilding now houses the offices of the Registrar, Dean of 
life, and a small animal laboratory facility in the basement. 

'e changed, but the spirit and dedication that went into the 




HISTORY OF D.V.C. 

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D.V.C. BAND 



THE BAND 

Since the be^^yning of the college, there have been musical groups. Aroand 1917, the Mandolin Club provided opportunity for 
m^|ica> education and recreation. The group gave a number of concerts at the school and in nearby communities during the 
school year. The club lasted for a number of years. 

The organization went .under changes and in 1926 the National Farm School had. a musical organization to be proud of. Mr. 
Skaist came forth and organized all available talent. , 

In the 1930's, the orchestra became better, and they played at the monthly dances. A band was started, which the orchestra 
came from. The band was considered.to be the strongest and most progressive organization'at'schot)!. It was formed into a 
consolidated organization and made remarkable progress. The band performed at concerts and played at all football games, 
fully equipped wi% instruments,.and uniforms. Every year, there were growing numbers. TheyJiad a spirit which came across 
during their halftiftie show atfS^tjball games. During the years the orchestra became more of ^azz band and 1935 became the 
"Harmonious Hayseeders". In the late 1930's, both the orchestra and band decreased in si^. 

The years that followed, the band received sweaters and bandletters. The band continued to grow in size and won acclaim for 
their halftime exhibitions. The orchestra continued to decrease in size and finally the orchestra stopped practicing. The band 
then became a credited course at college. In the last few years, the band has been growing in size and is performing at many 
school functions. ...j^ 



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CLUBS SECTION 




L to R. Row I: Lew Barnard. Tom Sawicki. Mike Ridge 
Ted Stainbrook, Gwcn Slauffcr. Cheryl Bochm, Char- 
Icen Baker, Gary Cooper, Ro» -: Tom Nuzialta, How- 
ard Belfcr. Jim Schweppc, Frank Reed, Russel Bryant 
Mark Durkec, Ed Bennett. Rich Ncimcnn, John Brad- 
Icy, Scott Schukrafl. Debra Rciss, Dave Bubenheim, Mr 
Fitt. 




BUSINESS 
CLUB 



/. 10 R. Row I: Steve Saphos, 
Connie Lilly. John Doe, Tcrri 
Domagala Row 2: Jennifer 
Marvel, Joe Rado.sky. Barb 
Meyers. Sharon Mclamed, Ter- 
ry Todd. Mr. West. 




BLOCK AND BRIDLE 

L to R, Row 1; Jean Weisbecker, Cindy Cybowski, Edlyn Ehring. Ann Hassolt, Sally Harper, Dan Nordland, Holly Funk, Cheryl 
Boehm, Sheila Cunningham, Sherry Daniels, ROW 2: Debbie Kupiec, Kathy Miller, Carole Bossone, Kathy Ickinger, Randy 
Kukoly, Missy KroU, Bob Pambello, Jane Doe, Laurie Jackson, Amanda Dolan, Gary Cooper, Patti Casey, Sue Morton, Gwen 
Schubert, Debbie Limbach, Debbie Wcnger, Cindy Franklin, Ron Bates, Dr. Pelle (advisor), Jim O'Reilly, Chuck Rindos, Row 3: 
Fran Guest, Donna Boyer, Michele Hoeck, Dirk Wise, Linda Budrewicz, Stacy Kerstetter, Marie Kovaks, Jerry Rennekamp, Bill 
McFadden, John Wengryn, Hank Knier, Maureen Coughlin, Bill Walters. 




APO 



Lto R: Howard, Fred Dell Angelo, 
Dave, Dave Geyer, Marian Verras- 
tro, Michael, Fred Gross. 



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CHEMISTRY 
CLUB 



L 10 R. Row 1; Mike, Dave Mesaros, 
Rich Lewis, Howard Smitli. Dr. Orr, 
Tom Harold Row 2: Dr. Goldberg, 
Jeff Shearer, PeteShuHz, Dave Miner- 
ley, John Doe, Trish French, Jane Doe, 
John Doe. 






CHRISTIAN 
FELLOWSHIP 



L to R: Don Osinga. Michelle Short. 
Sally Harper, Dan Nordlan. Anne 
Hassoldt, Bill Troxcll, Noel Murray, 
Tom Marks. 





CIRCLE K 



1. to R, Row 1: Joe Mialc, Joanne Lu- 
banski, Mike Ridge, Gary Pucillo Row 
2: Missy Kroll, Julie Schmook, Scott 
Gcllcr, Tom Vcrrachio, Howard 
Bclfer. 



CHORALE 



L to R, Row 1: Karen Joy Gladfelter. Roberta 
Harding, Sharon Staub Row 2: Michelle 
Short, Bill Cashin, Fred Gross, Donna Boyer, 
Jane Bomgardener, Jack Burns Row 3: John 
Doe, John Doe, Debbie, Laurie Gerus, Jane 
Doe, Mike McMademen. Sherry Daniels. 




TSS'X^Si'ifif^^ 



DAIRY SOCIETY 



L to R, Row 1: Joyce McClintock, Mark Hoelper, Barb Gobus, Dave Douglass, Sharon Chamberlain Pam 
Douglas, Mike Simpson, Karen Burkett, Andy Hamilton, Nancy Bushy, Neil Schire, Annette Schaeffer Brad 
Biedal Row 2: Brian Detwiller, Mike Donaldson, Russ Sutton, Ed Urban, Richard Cox, Jane Bomgardner, Pat 
Reiss, Betty Diehl, Brian McMaster, Steve Lilly, Tom Bowman, Andy Potocek, Ken King, Mark Houston, 
Phil Wister, Dr. J. Plummer (advisor), Tina Taylor, Beth Groves, Pete Cansick, 





FOOD 
INDUSTRY 



L 10 R. Row I: Ann Marie Souchick, 
Ted Stainbrook, Jerry O'Connor, 
Nancy Ziolkowski, Ted Hcnritzy, Ma- 
rie Castro, Terry Kerick. Row J; Mike 
Guilfoy, Kilty Stone, Steve Gunthcr, 
Paul Brindisi, Gary Schneider, Mary 
Gunn, Joanne Andrus. Row J: Bill 
Crozier, Mike Curran, Elliot Heisman, 
Robin Ruch, Steve Dalrymple, Rich 
Kiefner, Fred Gross, Jim Semler, Tony 
Gadaleta. 



DELTA 

TAO 
ALPHA 




L to R. Row I: Dirk Wise, Shawnee Scott, Wanda Plummcr. Jim Spindlcr. Jessie Daubcrt. Row 2: Kathy Henry, Bruce 
Vanl.ccrc, Joe Mialc, Bill Whilchousc. Edlyn Ehring. Koii .?. Dr. B. Muse. Mike Downing, Vic Frey, Bill Troxell, Joanne 
Andrus. Row 4: Hal Pylc, Lew Barnard. 



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COLLEGIAN 



Jim Magnus, Rich Lewis, Seb Casscro, Bob Kim- 
mey, Paul Stanziale, Sieve Silbcrstein. 



EQUINE 



.V^'-Jt^H 




L to R, Row /.Carol Bossone, Honey Russo, Steve Jones Row 2: Diane Petrovich, 
Laurie Jackson, Connie Smith, Kathy Miller, Missy Kroll, Joan Gunselman, Julie 
Schmook. 



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L 10 R, Row I: Lisa Baboski, Wanda Plumnier, Howard 
Bellcr. Nancy Zygmon, Chris Croltcr Row 2: Michael Ko- 
zak. Elizabeth Dorsey Ron .?■ Wendy Bishop, Jenny Nicho- 
las. Karen Kcndus, JoAnn Vasile, Eileen McGulkin Row 4: 
Judy Sliner, Elisa Ncwharl. Becky Thompson, John Bloom- 
Held, Laun Edlcstein, Chuck Heitz Row 5; Jean Haberlc, 
Michael Ridge, Brian Facklcr Row 6: John Doe, Michael 
Downing, Frances Zamiskie Row ZSlevcn Dalrymple, Greg 
Royer Row S: John Doe, Victor Frey. 



FUTURE FARMERS OF 
AMERICA 





L lo R: Danny Rocrig, Betty DichI, 
Rich Walko, Jane Bomgardner, Tina 
Taylor. Laurie Jackson, Howard 
Smith. Allen Habiak, Bob Pambcllo, 
John Doe. 




GLEANER 
THE ANNUAL 
LITERARY 
MAGAZINE 



L to R: Donna Ray, Glenn Sharko. 
Marian Verasiro, Bill Purcell. 



HORTICULTURE 
SOCIETY 



L to R. Row I: Michele Choma, Wendy Thorton, Joanne 
Whitehead. Lew Barnard, Wendy Higgins, Joe Steiner, un- 
known. Row 2: Dave Lower, Lori Newman, Jdy Perlsweig, 
Mike Strusiak, Jim Quarreila, Patty Briear, Tom Sawicki, 
John Boyle, Rich Cox, Donna Boyer, Bill Cashin, Joe Maile, 
Bill Whitehouse, Bave Bubenheim, Bebbie Reis, Kathy 
Frey, Marie Began, Cindy Haller, Tacy Morgan, Mary Co- 
leman, Sally Garber, Joe Gilbert. 





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LIVESTOCK 
JUDGING 



/. to R, Row I: John Wcngryn, Andy Elser Row 2: Gwen 
Shubert, Debbie Limbach, Dirk Wise. Bob Brown Row 3: Mr. 
Gilbert. 



ORNAMENTAL 
HORTICULTURE 
CLUB 



L to R. Row I: Rosalyn Van Arsdalen. Mike McManiman. 
Steve Silberstcin. Chuck Heiiy/. .lenny Nicholas. Wendy 
Bishop, Sieve Dalrymple. Karen. Joanne Vasile. Rick 
Cuneo. Paul Pearson. John Shicdhart. Barbara Blaich. Row 
2: Maryetta Barlell. Richard Walko. Rilcen McGuckin. 
Mark Phipps. Karen Trey. Wanda Plummcr. Mike Brenner. 
Mike Pronovich, Mark Bartholema. John Doc. Frank Trol- 
slra. Tom, Lisa Babowski. Dave Duckworth. Gail Ciarlh- 
wailc. Cindy Buchanan. Jill Bitner Row .J; Ron Con/elman, 
Cail Pcllington. Chuck Friedrich. Wayne HolTman. Bob 
Roanowicz. Bob Lupinski. Dave Zawisza. Gwen Slaurier. 
Tony Lupardi. Matt Kissler. Mike Ridge. Howard Bclfcr. 
Jennifer Lamb. Vic Frey. Dee Ebcrly. Rick Wit/. Kathy 
Clutc. 





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INTER 

CLUB 

COUNCIL 



L to R, Row /.Connie Lilly, 
Dave Pratt, Lynn Hager- 
man, Howard Smilli. Row 
2: Chuclc Harding, Mr. 
Sumner, Ros VanArsdalen, 
Joanne Whitehead, Richard 
Cox, Lew Barnard, Roberta 
Harding, Michael Downing, 
Fred Gross. 





PHOTOGRAPHY 
CLUB 



L to R, Row /.Steve Gunlher, 
Michelle Richardson, Jennifer 
Lamb Row 2; Chuck Friedrich, 
Joanne Lubanski Row 3: Jim 
Schweppe, Mike Ridge Row J.- 
Martin Chamelin, Marie Ko- 
vaks, Andy Alps. 






RAILROAD CLUB 



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;aj':0&,iilSiK'vi:- 



, L To R: Dr. C. Weber. Bill Whitehouse, Frank Tourville. 
Rich Cox. Chuck Fricdrich. Dan Small, Mary Coleman, 
Lew Barnard, Mike Kozak. 



RAP 



L to R: M. Jackson. T 
Mason, John Doc, 
Lenny Tanzymore. John 
Doe. John Doc. Connie 
Lilly. Ken MiichcU. .^ 







SCUBA CLUB 



L to R, Row /.-Jim Maloney, Chuck Harding, Jeff Russell, Mike 
Strusiak. Row 2: Sharon Staub, Bruce Van Laere, Dave_Cam£bell^ 
Rich Vetanovetz, Frank DelGaiso. 



TRAINERS 



L to R; John Knarr, Wendy Bishop, Karen 
Smith, Roy Malik, Debbie, Jean, Greg 
Royer. 




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VOLLEYBALL CLUB 

L to R. Row I: Joan WanDyk, Tacy Morgan, Karen 
Gladfellcr. Barb Gregory. Karen Smith. Kalhy Choma 
Row 2: Stacy Kcrslclter. Marie Kovaks. Holly Funk, 
Honey Rosso. Cindy Hallcr Row J: Mr. Johnson. Sue 
Capan. Barb Williams. Gail Garthwaite. Bcv Olson. Cin- 
dy Morton. J 



WEIGHT 
LIFTING 
CLUB 



/. 10 R. Rou I Noel Mur- 
ray. Dave Z.iwisga. Waller 
Melon /?o» 2 Scotl 
Abram\. Dave Duckworth. 
iimci Bardslcy. John 
Creevy Rott J: Anlhca 
Strang. Jeff Culbcrl. Arthur 
Barillo. Jamie Ryan, Tony 
Romancllo. Seymour ChcM, 
Calvin Crookncck. 






SOIL 
JUDGING 



L to R. Row /.Elisa, Glen Ayers, Irma Neck- 
ritz, Dave Pratt Row 2: Kalhy Henry, Marian 
Payer, Diane Lake, Jim Spindlcr, Jeff Novak 
Row J: Mr. J. Kemmerer, Dr. Paulkovics. 



133 




A DAY 



L to R, Row ): Lynn Hagerman, Linda 
Budrewicz. Stacey Kersletter, Howard 
Smith, Jeff Russell Row 2: Rick Vetano- 
vetz, Beth Shulson, Cindy Buchanan, Barb 
Gobis, Patty Briar, Sharon Staub. John 
Myers, Pete Pruitt, Connie Lilly, Jennifer 
Marvel Row iA\m Maloney. Bill Crozier, 
Bruce Van Lcere, Bill Clark, Greg Graff, 
Howard Belfer. 



AGRONOMY CLUB 



L 10 R. Row I: John Barr. Bill Bippus, Dave Pratt, Jim 
Spindlcr, Mr. J Kemmercr, Scth Heller. Jerry Sutton Row 2: 
Michelle Richardson, Mike McConville. Andy Davis, Bruce 
Van Lcarc, Al Habiak, Bob Oberheim, Wes Ramsey, Dean 
Tchaik, Howard Smith, Carl Hansen Row J: Mall Hcngel, 
Rick Velanovclz, Ed, Mark Bcale. Diane Lake, Elaine Shirley, 
Kalhy Henry. Kevin O'Rourke, Jim Morzak. 






APIARY SOCIETY 



L to R, Row /.'John Joe, Karl Kaiser, Joe Jaskot, Marie Bergen. Patti Wallace, 
Joe Gilbert, Dr. R. Berthold, Jeff Novak, Merry Wind, Jude Perlsweig. Wendy 
Thorton, Marian Payer, Mary Coleman Row 2: Linda Budrewicz, Tom Richard- 
son, Roni Strouse, Vic Frey, John Doe, Joanne Underwood, Jane Doe, Gene 
Doyle, Jim Sheaffer, Russ Rising, Kitty Stone, Jane Doe, Joe Miale, Kathy Frey, 
Rich Weidman, Jim Queralla. Sue Morton, Carol Bossone, Bruce Murphy, Jim 
Trainer, Tim Pindell. 



A.LB.S. 



L to R, Row I: John Barr^ 
Ann Jenkel, Chris Crotta. 
Sharon Staub, Jean Weis- 
becker, Gina, Mary Tell- 
man Row 2: Brian Horo- 
witz, Joan VanDyk, Honey 
Russo, David Zuy, Bill Pur- 
cell Row 3: Pete Pruitt, 
Doug Pfeiffer, Dori Grim, 
Tim Steinbeiser, Stephen 
Void, Anne Myers, Katie 
Lyons, Katy Choma, Row 4: 
John Myers, Tyler Smith, 
Carol Metzgar. 




YEARBOOK STAFF 




EDITOR'S COMMENTS 

After four years of working on this year- 
book 1 feel we have a book which is the best 
of any book in this school's history. It is mod- 
ern, sensitive, and oriented around the stu- 
dents and their relationship with Delaware 
Valley College. Therefore, this book is actu- 
ally dedicated to all the students; past, pre- 
sent, and the future, for the college would not 
be without them and the student would not be 
what he is without this institution. So, love 
your college and work to change what is 
wrong with her. Complaining and apathy will 
not change her or help you. 

Finally to my staff- Thank You. For with- 
out you this book would not have made it. 
And a special thanks to my editors and Mary 
for pushing to finish. We had problems but 
we did it! 




Bill Shinn, Photographer 



Charlie Thomas, Photographer 



DAIRY HUSBANDRY 



To the Class of 1979: 

Perhaps no other college graduating class in modern history has faced the challenges that 
you face as you embark upon your career. Inflation, the energy crisis, and the public debate 
over such issues as nuclear power, food additives and preservatives, and proper nutrition will 
directly touch the lives of each of you as you enter the dairy industry. The dairy department 
faculty has endeavored to provide you with both a practical and scientific background upon 
which to base your decisions in real-life situations. 

We wish you success and prosperity as you meet these challenges. 
John Plummer 
Chairman, Dairy dept. 




THOMAS I. BOWMAS 

That's an easy eight, Dreamstreet, 
snuffers, ok 1961. brown beef cows at 
the dairy, huntin' coon with the Mag- 
num, a fire call. Haunted Hail, Re-call, 
security, overeasy, dak fights, wedgy 
wars, special delivery, wine cellar, mo- 
bile to base, the pig roast, parking lot 
tune ups. Many thanks to Mom & Dad 
for the sacrifices they made. 





Tom Bowman 



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KENNETH JOHN KING 
Friends, working down the dairy with 
Carl & Dick, Good times with Andy. 
Koke, & Tom, Conversations with 
teachers. Thanks to Jim for putting up 
with me for two years. 

DONALD L. LINDSAY, JR. 
Segal Hall, upstairs pingpong. Dairy 
Tech, II, Jeff, I never get sick!!! 
Lunches at Farm House, Brynn & Les- 
lie & his truck & wagon. John's party, 
greaser dance, & IVIikie's room super 
Bart! Allentown Fair 1 976. Is it over?? 
Thanks for being patient Diane. 

DONALD T. PINE 
This is in memory of you who have 
made this possible. You who have 
shared both in my sorrow and triumph. 
Through the years of baseball and bubb- 
legum, to high school dances and the 
occasional romances. To my gradu- 
ation, I give to you this day — my mother 
and father. 

ANDREW M. POTOCEK 

The doctor, the Captain, PJ, Beener, 
Wos, Omlet, & all the others. Miller 
quickies, all star wrestling, Samuel T & 
L, Haunted Hall, black jack & back- 
gammon, '/2 & Vi's EMO, Trojans, & 
Foulbails, Dream Street with PJ, Love 
& thanks to Mom & Dad, & to Sherry. 



Donald T. Pine 



Andrew Potcek 






STEPHEN SAXTON 

Thanks to Mom, Dad & Sue for their 
support. Good limes with Coop, Boob. 
Grizzy, the Kid-Blue, Albert, & Bruce! 
. . Soccer team. Finals week. 

RICHARD D. SIMCOX 

Thanks to my wife, Kath, without whose 
support, interest, sacrifice. & love 1 nev- 
er would have made it. Thanks to Dr. 
Plummcr. "Doc", Mr. Morris, The Hol- 
lands, & Lockharl Farms. Haling UPS 
for 4 yrs., Bob's constant bitching, 
Larry's handouts. Tech. 11,-Wisconsin? 
Good luck to Dairy Seniors. 

JEFFREY J. WEIRBACK 

Segal Hall. Herb, PJ, Beaner, and the 
rest of the gang on Samuel 2nd lloor. 
Greaser weekend! Lunches at the Farm- 
house. Cramming at the Farmhouse. 
John, Bryan, & Don, Commuter Home- 
coming float. Dairy Judging trips. Tech. 
n. Breakfast at McDonalds, Ping pong 
& pool, Checking out the scenery, cut- 
ting class, pulling teats, working, Bryan. 
I can't believe you're not drinking. Doc 
Harner. Famous last words, 1 never get 
sick. Thanks to Mom & Dad, wherever 
you may be. and most of all thank God. 
I made it! 




Richard Simcox 



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EVENING DIVISION 





Byrant L. Cranston 



To the Class of 1979; 

Years ago you accepted a personal challenge: pursuing a career and a college education simulta- 
neously. Your Bachelor of Science Degree is the successful culmination of part of your personal 
challenge. You are to be congratulated upon completing a program that required great sacrifice and 
dedication. May your other goals also come to successful conclusions. 
Gerry Handler 




GEORGE E. HOECKER 
I would like to thank my wife, Susan, & 
children, Jane Ann & Fred for their en- 
couragement, love, patience & under- 
standing during my tenure at Delaware 
Valley College. 

LINFORD R. MAG AH A 
Delaware Valley College has provided 
me with a good education and an oppor- 
tunity to establish new and lasting 
friendships. I would like to thank my 
family for their encouragement & pa- 
tience, for without their support this 
would not have been possible. 



William P. Foy, Jr. 




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UNDERCLASSMEN SECTION 



JUNIORS 




L to R. Row I: }. Quarella, D. Lower, M. Careatti, L. Briggs, P. Fence, K. 
Pecic, M. Castro, N. Bailer, E. Weiland, D. Grim, C. Cybowski, M. Brenner. 
Ron 2: J. Rennekamp. B. Cro/ier. F. Bromm. N. Cleveland, P. Zook, J. 



Carson, J. Cole, M. Taddi, D. Carothers, A. Capone, M. Coleman, W. 
Cartwright, P. Clipp, L. Budrewicz, S. Anderson, R. Cox, T. Groves. 




L to R, Row /.T. Kcric, R. Kimmcy. Row 2: B. .Schultz, P. McCullough Row3:D. 
Miller, M. Kovaks, T. Kelly. G. Krogman, S. Lilly, S. Ke.ssler, S. Kcrslelter, K. 
Mascmorc, C. Ivaniski. 




L to R, Row /.J. Meyers, V. DeStefano, R. Pelkofsky, M. Payer, S. Swartz, J. Serdynski. Row2:\>/. Bishop, D. Pratt, B. Olson, T. Pindell, D. Pearson. Row 3: 
C. Scalfo, R. Bleuss, L. Peterman, J. Novak. 




'i-A, 






L to R, Row 1: W. Jopling, S. Stevenson, B. Olson, K. Rist. Row 2: W. Shinn, L. 
Scott, R. Rising. 




Row 1: Linda Budrewicz (Rep. Hse. of Social Activity); Gary 
Scott (V.P.) Row 2: Ron Haraka (Treas.); Joseph Gilbert (Rep. 
Hse. of Conduct & Policy) 



SOPHOMORES 




L-R.-Rick Cuneo (Treas.); Barbara Dusman (Sec); Carla Boyd (V.P.); Michael 
McManiman (Rep. Hse. of Conduct & Policy). 





L to R, Row /.S. DcGhctlo. G. Aubrey. P. Bicniakowskl. Row 2: M. Conlcn, 
F. DcAntonio. C. Choma, M. Budin. S. Benyovszky. S. Daniels. P. Casey. D. 
Copley. J. DcNomma. Row 3:S. Counningham, B. Cybowski. D. Boyer. C. 
BoMonc. S Dalrympic, R. Conzelmann. P. Brindisi, Frcdstcr. Row 4: L. Tela, 



M. Bartholomew. D. Arnold, P. Cansick. Munchkin II, N. Bushy, R. Cuncd, 
J. Byrne, W. Bippus. Row 5: K. Adams, G. Dcmetriades, L. Davics, C. 
Alpuchc, Row 6: M. Scale, H. Craig. 




L toR, Row 1:R. McMahon, G. Hall, M. Hoke, C. Ickinger, J. Krouckow, L. Jackson, P. Talk, C. Pereth. Row2:D. Kline, K. Kardux, B. 
Konopack, M. Goodson, K. Myrin, K. Kendus, D. Lake, G. Erdelsky, E. Kahrs, A. Leshay, M. Bergen. Row 3:T. Murdough, C. Lynch, T. 
Lackatell, M. McManiman, H. Knier, K. Jones. Row 4: C. Johnson, C. Lilly. 




L to R, Row 1; D. Zuy, P. Townshend, P. Wa lace, J. Underwood, R. Strouse, D. Fincke. 
low 2: B. Stanwich, M. Tellmann, T. Taylor, X. Stone, R. Wolfe, J. Vasile, M. Saro. 




L to R, Row I: L. Edelstein, C Hartz, J. Nicholas, E. Richmond. Row 2: B. Purcell, P. Pearson, R. 
Niemann, M. Pronovich, B. Kubat, D. Maurer. 



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L to R, Row /. T. Domagala, H. Hclblcy, S. Harper, A. Dolan, H. Funk, F. Hcintz, R. Grabkowski. 
Row 2: B. Dusman, .S fiarbcr, S Hadaway, I.. Tart. D, Duckworth, B. Clarton. Row _?■ J. Gyurian, T. 
Houpl, A. Hassoldt, D. Fillipo. C. Edgcrton, R. Grabowski. Row 4: M. Guilfoy, E. Bcener, M. Crazy 
Man. O. Dctwilcr, B. Grove, M. GIglia, C. Heitz. Row 5: P. Boyle, W. Engeike, D. Geyer, S. Cassaro, 
L. Edelstein, G. Graff. 






L to R, Row I: R. Simmons, A. Schafer, S. Hones, J. Schmook. Row 2: A. M. Souchick, P. Rissinger, 
A. Strong, L. Tornebene, S. Traind. Row 3: D. Stambaugh, K. Smith, G. Stauffer, S. Schukraft, J. 
Trainer, J. Stiner, M. Short, D. Rosenberger, J. Fulcoly, R. Kukoly. 




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LtoR, Row I:H. Belfer, K. Cooper, B. Blaich. Row 2:}. Bomgardner, D. Conner, R. Klausner. Row 3: 
L. Abbott, M. Clark, B. Berry, D. Cassano. 




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L lo R: R. Walko, A. Wright, L. Newman, N. Zygmont, N. Sambor. 




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L fo R, i?oiv /; J. Maroldi, T. Morgan, L. Miltner, Row 2: M. Phipps, J. 
McClontock, J. Molzon, S. Aron, S. Melamed, D. Moode, P. Myers, T. 
Groves. Row 3: R. Matliers, R. Metzler, S. Mays, C. Lyden, M. Mackie, R. 



Pambello, L. Page, J. McNamara, E. Newhart, G. Meyers. Row 4: A. Nettis, 
K. O'Rourke, J. Marzic, E. Pyle, M. McConville, K. McHugh, T. Marks. 



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Roiv 7; Jon Vincent Fortunate (Rep. Hse. of Conduct); Michelle Short (V.P.); Jim Trainer (Pres.) Row 2: Bob 
Prambo, Tom. 

F to B: K. Clute, I. Costa, B. Diehl, D. Eberly J. Culberg. 





FOOD 

INDUSTRY 




JOANNE M. ANDRUS 
Shoo-fly pie off the walls, papered 
doors, EECH-Showers, Saki on socks, 
Atlantic City, football games. Ice 
Cream!, Halloweens, Shortie, "Sleep 
like a Soldier", Zepholes, Drenching 
Mary, Burp-Belch-Bom, Popcorn 
Feasts, Pence and the Apples, Lucys' 
balls. Going home with Jim, Miss Piggy, 
Miss you Big Sue, Nat's, Thanks a mil- 
lion Ma & Pa. 

JOHN P. BARRY 

Remember all the "heads" & Work 
Hall "T". To keep in mind all the hell 
raisin that went on. I must keep a place 
in my heart for Dad & Mom, to thank 
them for making these four years possi- 
ble. 

JANET G. BOTTI 
In four short years I found love, life, & 
lifelong friends, H 105. Smuggler's, Ba- 
hamas, Cruising, Music, Yce-Hah!, 
Halloween, TOGA!, Spastic Sports, 
Coping, Sorry, I'm booked solid, Mikey, 
Schoonie Acres, My pup. My friend for- 
ever Shawnee G., Thanks for the me- 
mories — Love and thanks to my farmer, 
David, Mom & Dad, Looks like we 
made it! My special love & thanks for 
endless support & understanding. 

MARK CHRANOWSKI 
For all the good times in Work Hall 
with the Lst floor gang & (hank you to 
the people at home that waited and were 
behind me when I needed it, e.specially 
Sharon & Dad. 



Mark Chranowtki 



JOHN S. FULCOLY 

Memories-yes I have a few. Ice hockey, 
Emergency rooms & therapy. Penn 
State '76! Segal Hall pinochle, pinball, 
& flies. The FI people-Nancy &. her 
#10's. The commuters-Tony, Mike F. 
etc. No Saturday classes! Gail A. re- 
member trip to Philly, spring Mt., High- 
point, Ebbtide, #6, 214, New Years Eve 
I978,79,etc. Thanks to Mom & Dad, for 
putting me through. 

TED HENRITZY 

Heads in the T, Halloween at the cabin, 
A-Day weekend in Work, FI Banquet, 
cramming for exams, spring break in 
Florida with a great bunch of gals. 
Shady Bill & the rest or the heads, Fri- 
day night parlies, Elson — freshman 
year. Special thanks to Mom, Dad, & 
Granny. 

GERARD D. O'CONNOR 

Can't even begin to mention all the 
names, places, and fine memories. It 
was great, could of been greater. I pray 
Del Val reaches puberty before 1 die. 
Learned food, life, & friends are all ya 
need. Everyone keep in touch now. So 
long Del Val. Grow up Del Val. 

ELIZABETH LINDA POLGAR 

Thanks to all my friends who made col- 
lege enjoyable. Thanks to my roommate 
Nancy, and to "good old times.", to 
Jim — the most wonderful guy-you made 
me the happiest and luckiest girl!. 
Thanks to my extra special pal. Penny 
... but most of all, thanks to the two 
most understanding & loving people 
Mom & Dad, thank you for everything! 

CHRIS RUSSO 
202 North, SOME Intramurals, waters- 
lide, Tony's leg, Weedend drag racing. 
Thanks to Mom & Dad for 4 years of 
encouragement. 

NANCY ZIOLKOWSKI 
"Z", Barness gang-Judy, Kay, Trace. 
Karen, Donna, Mrs. W. - water fights, 
Where's my mattress?, Ed's Friendly's. 
Farmhouse, Skiing, Lake Galena, Bowl- 
ing, Baseball, Unforgettable roomies-K. 
Henry, Linda & Jim, Snack bar. Wine 
anyone? weekends in Jersey — my Chevy 
lasted! Summers at Chef-Mark, the best 
of memories. Food Industry Friends for- 
ever-Chris, Ted, John B., John F., 
Thanks to Mom & Dad for everything. 





John Fulcoly 



Ted Henritzy 





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Linda Polgar 




Nancy Ziolkowski 



HORTICULTURE 





Dr. Neil Vincent 




John Baugher, Jr 




LEWIS M. BARNARD 
Freshman year in Work, a hair cut for 
Jim, Hon. Club-fruit baskets, A-Day- 
elevators & steps, 5:00AM, forkkift Joe, 
lunch at Joe's (good fennel), phone calls 
about tomato harvesting, broken refrig- 
erators at 12:00, SCAF meetings, 
Sawik, Scale, Boze, Bee/.e, Spindler, Ju- 
nior, Action, Casa Blanca, Hubbard, 
Spinach ala Grasshopper, home game 
consistency. Thanks Mom & Dad. 







JOHN FRANCIS BOYLE 
We came unknowing & unfamiliar to 
all. Now we leave with the knowledge of 
four years. Let the time we grew togeth- 
er live forever. Remember SCAF, 
Screwballs, A-Day. Pin, Ducks, Boze, 
22. To my parents, my brothers & sis- 
ters, & my loyal friend Juan. You were 
always there with your love & under- 
standing. Most of all, thank you Fran. 

PATRICIA BRIAR JR. 

My deepest appreciation to Diane & 
Stan, to the good ole times in Cooke, 
Piano Man, Resuta Shute, Maryann, 
Carla, Bip & the rest, Weekend parties, 
traying, dances, chuggin wine, Hon 
Club trips, Lounge sofas and mud foot- 
ball games, I'll never forget. Special 
thanks to Mom, Dad, & family for mak- 
ing this possible. My love to all.RA! 

WILLIAM J. CASHIN 
Bronx, Bill C, "C", Action Cashin, 
Russo, Beeze, Boze, Kerry, Lew, Fred, 
Bruce-Bruce-Bruce etc., Doug, "Jore 
Scale", Tom S., Brian W., Jim, SCAF 
meetings, Hort Tech. I lab, The Ulman 
fire. The first Systematic test. Another 
exciting day at Del Val, & of course 1 
studied. 





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MICHELE E. CHOMA 
Space Cadets. 1977-78 Work "T", Bliz- 
zard '78, That end of the hall girls, 4 
great yrs. in ND 109 with Fran, FU- 
BARS, all my drinking buddies, no 
more seminar, Florida 1978. PARTY, 
the Apri, "Twit", good luck Sher, Maret 
& Laura, 5/6/76, summer with Liz, the 
pit & food fights. Special thanks to 
Mom & Dad, Love always to Chuck. 

KATHERINE FREY 

Thanks to the folks, parking at chicken 
lab, Lucy, married men, bearded men, 
mobile, skiing, camping, Don McClcan, 
Hank's ping-pong tournament, Burpee's 
Charity, R-Gang, Pittstown, banjo, 
Ralph and Vera, Dairy at 1;00, Where's 
my escort, can I take him home, Archer 
beach cookout. Thank God it's over. 

SCOTT GELLER 

Boze, Wolfsohn bowling lanes. Pin, 
SCAF meetings. Screwballs. Ducks, 
Hatman, Samuel Penthouse, A-Day, 
Richard Lee, Becz & the boys, I'd like 
to especially thank my loving parents & 
brothers who make these 4 years possi- 
ble, congratulations & thanks to my 
friends & colleagues at DVC. to Mr. 
McClelland, Sharon, Harry, Don, & the 
boys in Wyndmoor. 



Scott Gcller 





Cynthia Haller 







CYNTHIA HALLER 

R-gang, pa-he-he, that too, anyway, 
you'll have this, Phila., bucolic, Toyota, 
Mobile, Dickie, Fairmont Park, Lucy, 
my roommate, birthdays, if you strike 
out, Ernest, broken windows, standing 
tall & majestic, Pollacks, my library. 
Risk, Wolfson, mixers, skiing, Phillies, 
no personality, old men, vroom, sit on it, 
late movies, when in doubt pout. Dairy, 
or what, Nicole, The Cindys, San Fran- 
cisco. 

KATHERINE T. KUROCZKO 

The friendliness & helpfulness of all the 
people I met when I first visited the 
college. Being manual labor in the fields 
for no pay. A-Day preparation for Hort. 
Society in Rm. 202, being anxious for 
the 4 years to be over. 

LARKJN G. SCOTT 

To my wife Dale, for if it were not for 
her & her many cups of tea, I would not 
have made it. PTL for Zion, Beard, & 
But, Kid! Lots of fun on the CC team. 
Thanks a lot Doc Berthold. Thanks 
DVCPTL. 

RICHARD LEE 
Farm House, New Orleans, the gang, 
great times, semester off, Bok-choy to 
everyone. Thanks Mom & Dad, dorm 
life is great. 

PHIL LEONARD 

Rockets in Wolfson, K.H., Osmosis in 
the closet, 3rd floor-no floor, Apple 
juice, Easter Island Head, St. Patricks 
Days, Beatles B-day, 2nd floor vegies, 
S.C, New Year's at Capps, all-nighters, 
Yifters, Barrels & A-Day, Thanx Mom, 
Dad, Robin & all my wonderful friends 
who helped me live, get thru exams. & 
get up the next morning. 



Philip Leonard 




JOHN LUND 
Gusto, Distance, Wolfson Hall, Work 
Hall parties, the gang, Tex, Ed, Ying, 
Nei, Chris, Glen, Szmo, & others, Step- 
father-Bip, Stall #2, all nighlers, rag- 
ging, road trips with Lupi, SOMF, base- 
ball antics, Halloween '77-Thanks Deb, 
20 seconds, Seagrams & dances, Yan- 
kees vs. Phillies, Mikes bachelor parly. 
Special thanks to Mom & Dad who 
made it all possible. 



Joseph Miale 




JOSEPH F. MIALE 
To the two P's, two S's, & all who have 
made it possible; thank you. May luck 
be ubiquitous. Remember Atlanta, 
Beltsville, Scale, Ski-doo, daks, finals & 
fruit baskets don't mix, A-Day exhibit 5 
am. 

TOM RICHARDSON 

C. & CC at Ed's, "osmosis through the 
closet", playing coffeehouses, veggie 
feasts with the best friends I've ever 
known & loved. The indestruclable Pin- 
to, St. Patrick's Day in NY.. Mom & 
Dad, Even though you're my parents, 
you've also become some of the best 
friends I'll have, maybe because I've fi- 
nally opened my eyes. I love you all. 



Tom RichardMn 





Michael Strusiak 




Wendy Thorton 



William Troxell 




PAUL T. SHU MAKER . 
The Ulman wild bunch, Joe Crater, in- 
tramurals, the great flame, Aggie 
friends who will be missed, yellow enve- 
lopes from Stan, Beatles, may you 
achieve your life's goal & drink yourself 
sober. Thanks to the best set of parents I 
could ever have been blessed with. Fi- 
nally, thanks to the one who made my 
days here brighter, love you Annette. 

MICH A EL STR US I A K 
Ulman fire. Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, 
Atlanta Sheraton, Murf Oct. 18, 1977, 
Samuel Haunted Hall-witch, water 
fights, Snow of '78, Staysiak, Chick's 
pet rat, A-Day & popcorn. 

WENDY THORTON 
"I know I'll never lose affection for peo- 
ple & things that went before, I know 
I'll often stop & think about them. In 
my life I've loved them all." Love & 
thanks to the best: My Dad & Mom. 
Love to Craig. SDSQ, Keep smiling 
Neil! 

WILLIAM JAMES TROXELL 

Many events & persons-my classes & 
teachers, my roommates, the Hort. 
class, the Hort. Soc, A-Day, the Annu- 
al, Soil Judging, Chorus, meals, my 
weekly letter, rides home — have all 
made these four years most memorable. 
But the most meaningful part has been 
the Lord and the fellowship He has giv- 
en me with the many wonderful Chris- 
tians here. John 13:35. 

JOANNE WHITEHEAD 

Cheerleading, Fred Astaire & Ginger 
Rogers, Atlanta gang, the Wizard of 
Oz, A-Day, Harvest show, Hort. Feast, 
Curly Hair & 20 seconds. My sincere 
thanks to Keith, Mom, & to the spirit of 
my dear departed Father who made the 
past 4 years worthwhile. 

WILLIAM W. WHITEHOUSE, JR. 
SCAF meetings. Farm House, "That's 
OK, I'll just walk back" Many hours on 
the RR layout-"Dispatcher!!!" "Must 
be the engineer", Lynn's baby shower- 
surprise!. Here have a cigar! Thanks to 
all my friends for the help & the good 
times. Thanks to Mom, Dad, & Evelyn 
for the love & encouragement for the 
last four years. 



Joanne Whitehead 



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Homecoming weekend once again 
captured the spirit and splendor that 
has become a standing tradition down 
through the years here at Del-Val. It is 
the one weekend of the year when alum- 
ni can return to their Alma Mater to see 
their old friends and do some reminisc- 
ing. 

The homecoming ceremonies offi- 
cially began on Friday evening at the 
pep rally where a rebirth of DVC spirit 
was witnessed by all. The new home- 
coming queen and her court, with each 
girl representing her respective club, 
were also introduced at the rally. Ths 
year's winner, Carla Boyd, certainly 
upheld the tradition of beautiful home- 
coming queens here at DVC! 

The parade the next morning gave 
everyone a chance to see the extrava- 
gant floats and spirit cars each club had 
worked so hard to prepare. The home- 
coming game followed that afternoon 
and, even though our team fell short of 
a victory, this fact couldn't hamper the 
spirit that carried all of us into that 
Saturday night complete with its par- 
ties, parties, and more parties! 

Yes, homecoming weekend is always 
special here at DVC, but, perhaps, this 
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I^tte Morris Lasker Hall; was a gift by the Family of the late Morris 

P^sker, of Galveston, Texas. Lasker Hall was the beginning of a planned 

fpyle of architecture which was to be a standard for future buildings. This 

is" beautiful three story structure was in the style of the English Georgian 

period, e corner stone was laid in Octojber, 1917 with impressive cerimon- 

ies. The Honorable Alvert D. Lasker --- head of the U.S. Shipping Board 

during World War I, and son of Morris Lasker, presented the building on ' 

behalf of his family. ^-^j ,'/., 

Morris Lasker Hall was used in'ma^y ways at first. The kitchen and 
^dining room were in the basement. The faculty and student lounges andl 
^firmary were on the first floor. Apartments for teachers and rooms for \ 
^tudents and domestic help were on the first and second floors. 
m The building was completely refurnished in the late 1940's. The diniitg 
iK-oom was refurnished and entirely new equipment was provided for the 
fkitchen, including electric cooking units, modern dishwashing machines, 
' and many other new units to provide for more efficient operation. A new 
floor of asphalt tile was installed. Much of the plumbing and electrical 
installation was replaced. 

As the College grew, Morris Lasker Hall has changed. In the late 

^I960's, the building was converted from a dining room and dormitory into 

„^a-office building. The Chancellor, President, the Administrative Assis- 

"'t4nt, the A||;duhTi:n"ft>epartment and offices' for faculty members are now 

lJ;ated in the Morris Lasker Hall. The College Book Store is located m 

the basement where the old kitchen used to be. The Photography Club is 

located in the old meat locker. The building has changed inside but still 

functions as part of the college 



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ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



Robert Aiello 



BRIAN K. ADAMS 

My mother, father, sister, & brothers 
are thanked sincerely for their patience 
& love they shared these past four years. 
I'm grateful for all of their sacrifices but 
there remains one other person who I'm 
deeply grateful to, and 1 love her more 
than yesterday but less than tomorrow. 
Long live Ulman-I'll not forget those 
memories! It's time to settle down. 

DAVE ANDERSON 

The "root" of SOMF's driving the am- 
bulance corp for the invalids, long rides 
home with Sally & Dolly, Twilight zone 
talks. Listening to Moz, Wimp, grossing 
out the boys with a little "pinch" of 
Skoal, Bell's for Spaghetti, motorcycle 
rides in the spring, wasting time with 
Lou, Thank God for all He has done for 




Andrew Alps 





To the Class of 1979: 

Congratulations! You've made it! 

Graduation is always a time of mixed 
emotions. It marks the end of a long road 
in education, the end of a very important 
and formative time in your lives, of which 
we hope you will have the fondest of 
memories. It also marks the beginning of 
your career as a professional, the begin- 
ning of still more formative years during 
which you will meet new challenges and 
responsibilities to yourself, your family, 
and your community. 

All of us in the Department wish you 
well as you step out into the future. All of 
us will miss you and hope that you will 
keep in touch with us so we may share in 
your future. 

To all of you — our sinccrest wish for 
success and happiness. 
Sincerely, 
John C. Mertz 



David Andenon 



Steven Bailey 




JOHN BARR 

Thanks for so much, Marge & Doug. 
Heads rule, big bird & the Cheyenne 
with the Texas Rangers. Miller C-1 
suite, cocktail parties & happy hour. 

JOHN J. BERNARD 

The park, Mill, Tex, John, Kevin, Keith, 
the basketball gang: Tony, Werk, Butt, 
Watts, Moby, Jimmy, Tom, Phil, 
Walshy & the rest. Work 1st. Special 
love & thanks to Mom, Dad, Sue, 
Kathy, & Maureen for their patience & 
kindness. 

JOHN MARK BLOOMFIELD 

SA-VA — Thanks to captain Lou 
Aleano, Smoken & the polish hamer. 
Foul Balls, Moje, Smitty, Fratz, Wolf- 
son 13, Farm House, B&B, Lake Ga- 
lenia, A-C beach, the Poconos, Hart- 
zel's, senior dinner D., senior trip, elec- 
tric blanket & bottom bunk & special 
thanks for ever, Donna! Thanks Mom & 
Dad. 

CINDY L. BUCHANAN 

The late nights decorating the cafeteria 
Christmas tree & dorm, tennis on a cool 
windy day, the fun times making the 
OH floats, the classes with Mr. B., the 
intramural softball games, friends 
through the years, & especially I'm 
thankful for the family & parents that 1 
have. I'll always look at these years of 
ray life with good memories. 

PATRICIA L. BULIK 
I made it!. Much love and thanks to my 
parents. Who learns will not destroy; 
creatures, life, flowers, joy. Old house at 
Fonthill, Good luck & a happy life to 
all! 

KERRY BURNLEY 

Thanks to Mom & Dad. 





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CHRISTOPHER J. CROTTA 

I am a optimist root & core, not merely 
because I believe that the best & not the 
worst will survive & prevail, but because 
in most though not all fields, I see clear- 
ly the beginning of better things. Ha, 
DVC life, Norman, you missing Link, 
O'Connor, Crazy Eddy, Gimp, Kcggs, 
Rivers, Dr. Adios, Best buddy. Dad, 
Mom, thanks. Freedom. 

DALEC. DAVIS III 
A thanks to all my good friends I 
couldn't have done it without them. Ke- 
vin, John, Mark, Chop. A very special 
thanks to Carol & my parents. Oh! & 
PS— the Bug, Bell's, Goldman Hall, T- 
Bird, orchids, summer school, Carol's 
house, the wedding. The parties, the 
memories to be treasured forever. 

MARK W. DEGUZIS 
4 years of good times, cramming and 
socializing, all "with a little help from 
my friends" Thanks to all especially Ke- 
vin, Dale, John. 

JIM DEMILLE 
Twelve o'clock whistle, the big bust, the 
tracks, bananas, the pink, orchard par- 
ties, Ruthie, Bertha Lithuanian custom, 
thunderstorms, traction, the physics 
club, canoeing, ridge parties, lounge 
parties, soggy crackers, & cheese, to- 
bogganing, the White album, mud slid- 
ing. Dune parties. Twins, MeDille, RA- 
mille. 

PETER J. FESTA 
Thank you Mom & Dad for making it 
all possible. Remember the heads, A- 
Day '78 up in Work'T", the rats who 
put George & Barney off campus, Grain 
party for Barn, East street with Tucker, 
Butkus & 4 other chumps. The cabin. 




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ELIZABETH DORSE Y 

Though we're off in different directions, 
we'll always be friends, Great memories 
forever, Eileen's floor, Ulman brothers, 
mud, the "T", skiing!, Harness 2nd, 
brownies, life with Coma, Buzz, nid- 
night tobobbaning. Conn, snow, Friend- 
ly's munchout, ND Rowdies, PJ, hey 
smiley, Fla. '78-Spanky's, Kouker?'? Di- 
gel. Toga!, That stein mug started it-you 
crazy rebel. Laughter, tears & happi- 
ness. Thanks! 

MICHAEL THOMAS DOWNING 
I will always hold fond memories & love 
of my stay here as my "home" for three 
years. The things people can do when 
they want to and put forward the effort. 
To know becomes to love, and the peo- 
ple I've shared with I've loved. Many 
made my life more meaningful, I thank 
you. My memories extend to many, but 
mostly — Nancy & Karen. 

GLENN FEATHER 
UFO, 151, Rosie, the bust, N.C., Flor- 
ida, Plant Stand, unsightly glow, pinks, 
the day I lost it. Gaslight, Champagne, 
Rm. 235, Condemned, Leap Year, Un- 
der the Trestle, Dr. Mertx & bird 
watching. Canoeing, Middle Earth, 
Quasi light bulb. Asparagus Patch, Mae 
West, Interludes at Peace Valley, flower 
designing on A-Day, A-Pooh, Greshna 
Nahava-Bulbous Creature, Lituanian 
Custom, Binge's Avaloti Wilderness. 

KAREN M. FREY 
Like the forces of the universe, we, hu- 
manity, have infinite facets, endless 
searches for complete understanding. If 
I could but learn the complexity and 
diversity of all how I have with you, 
would I not be the most fortunate of 
beings? I hold no greater or more cher- 
ished possession than that of my par- 
ents' love. Thanks Ma & Pa. 






Karen Frey 



Victor Frey 







Roberta Harding 



Nancy Jordan 





VICTOR M. FREY, JR. 
DVC, 4 of the best years so far, CC & 
all those terrible uphills & great down- 
hills, Thanks for the push. Doc. Gold- 
man Ist-all 4 years with the same (dif- 
ferent) guys. All the thanks in the world 
to my parents for making it all possib- 
le — and Roni, thanks for all the great 
limes. 

CAROL EVE G RUBE 
Thanks to all who helped me through 
these last 4 years especially Brian with- 
out whom I would not have made it to 
where I am now. To all Thank you. 
Here's to Bert, Edlyn, Gary, and to the 
pit and the salad bar, to sleep or the lack 
of it. Good luck to all in the class of 79. 
Again, Thank you. 

PETER FREDERICK HARAN 

Hrnnt, Hurt me it's finished!! So many 
good times, dacks, the buriak, eal the 
flesh, bone time? Any time! Z-28, pelt 
hunters, dog soldiers, Babs, Foulballs. 
So many good friends. Chip, Bad seed, 
Tim, Dan, Rich, Pelt, Chico. Smitty, 
Mose, Fratz-to name a few. Thanks 
NLB, for making it worthwhile. Thanks 
Mom & Dad for understanding & mak- 
ing it all possible. 

ROBERTA J. HARDING 

Thanks Mom & Dad for giving me the 
opportunity to go to college. Thanks 
Tom for helping me through the end. 
Best wishes to all the friends & people 1 
met. Summer '76, pinochle. Summer 
'77, "I quit". Summer ■78-The Kamika- 
ze crew turned right around, by golly 
Ned! For the good times. 

NANCY JORDAN 
I wish the best of luck to every one. 

CAROL KASPER 
Commuting, hall races, snowball fights, 
Easter milking cows, "no problem", spa- 
gaddis, ya know'.', going for some bever- 
age, Pigroast I, Dairy picnic, Shirey's 
bet & dinner, damn kids, Bluegrass con- 
certs, fishing, 1.1 shots, NPH in fog, 
bushhogging. Bull roast, looney tunes 
laughing, eye signals, SOMA, Pigroast 
II, Lou's lab, "goofing off is a lost art". 
Thanks for loving parents, true friends. 



KYLE KEMP 

Thanks Mom & Dad, thanks to every- 
one in government and anyone who ever 
helped, Goldmen 1st guys, thanks for 
three great years, ^&*$ it if you can't 

take a joke, bonkers, eat me , can't 

eat imagination, well excuuuuuse 
meeeee, eat #%* and die, scumbag, 

dirtsack, you grave pig, 

#&*head, poor, jit, jack-#%*, 

you'll have that. 

WILLIAM FORREST KERR, JR. 

Library booths, burning Mustang, 
Joey's chair, burnt fruit flies. Herb's 
ceiling, trip to Jersey, Allison & soph. 
DD, quiet Glenn — this is a library!. Ski 
93, Pico-Killington & Mt. Washington. 
Top Survey with Shawnee — Kerrie, Tell 
Mom I'm coming for dinner. Thanks to 
Mom & Dad. 

ANTHONY F. LUPARDI 
'Lupi', Wolfsohn Hall water fights. 
Work 1st partying with friends: com- 
muting roommate Glenn, Ed, Ying, 
Chris, Nelson, Pete, Zig, Chuck, Kent, 
Natt, Stan, Stys, George, Witz, etc.. 
Guardian angel Bip. Wild weekends 
with John. 21st birthday at Pittstown. 
Kidding cuts on Zig, Kay, & Tracy. 
Special thanks to my parents without 
whose love and support I wouldn't have 
made it. 





Kyle Kemp 




Matthew Kistler 



Henry Krzewinski 




Wayne Long 



Tony Lupardi 



EILEES AW McGUCKIS 
The shack, parties in the lounge, ND 
107-8, the herd, phantom, good fights, 
the pit. 4/13/77, the orchard. Lake Ar- 
cher, that end of the hall gang, socket 
conversations, McGuck, Rosann, Nose. 
Fubars. Bahamas. Fart Mobile, Floral 
Design lab. Donna. Pumpkin. Stu's. 
blizzard '78. Skyline, stromboli. drink- 
ing buddies, Gluck, La Lee. Love & 
thanks to Mom & Dad, Love to Mike. 

JUDITH McMAHOS 

A great roommate & forever friend, 
Maur; our 3rd roommate & my sanity, 
Ang; Union Grove & Hatteras. yeeha! 
Les and Cath. My "buddies" Peter & 
Smitty. (hurt me!), Barness 2nd girls, 
Lori, take care. My intelligent tempura 
& "tree" friends, Kent — if ever you 
need advice. Benner & the "wild" party. 
Hang in there "little" brother. Mom & 
Dad, I can"t love & thank you enough. 

JAMES WESLEY MAG ^ US 
As I glance around at the periphery of 
my existence, I sec a world of opportuni- 
ties & desires. However, if I had the 
chance to pick one dream for my life, I 
would ask for the gift to relate my love 
for & assurance of the Lord, Jesus 
Christ, so that no one could deny the 
truths of His Word. 

JEFFREY E. OSMUN 
SOMF, Athletic Club, Sleep, Work 
Hall, Nursery School, Farm House, 
Skyline. NBl, SOMF parties. Bell's, 
Spaggetti, disability, bedtime 9:00. 
work too much, party loo little, bachelor 
party, the sixties radical LP, the OZ, 
O.Z.. found Ali. Being in Twilight Zone. 

RODGER L. PATZIG 

My baby, canoeing, Patig, Binge, Count 
Quasi, gas, lighting, echelon pastries, bi- 
zarre the banana, yellow. Hatlaras, Key 
West. Smuggling Grapes. Lithuanian 
Custom. Binges, crash diets, dead bug, 
T shelf. Alligator shirts. Champagne. 
Dune parties, the movie isle, dancing 
with Dottie, the art museum, tango. 





Eileen McGuckin 



Judith McMahon 




James Magnus 



George Matthews 




Andy Mikaunus 



Roger Patzig 





Wanda Plummer 




Donna Ray 




WANDA PLUMMER 

Wicked, it's DVC out, the Lord & his 
court, parties in the lounge. Peace Val- 
ley, Halloween '75, trips to Jersey, rum 
punch, stover, climbing, whoop. New 
Years at Cappers' driving from New 
Orleans to Pittsburgh, Russ. Thanks to 
Mora for everything & Sue for the 
bog's, It's over, it's over. 

MARK COXE PRIME 
Good luck: John, Dale, Kevin, Mark, 
Brian, Mike, Jim, Charlie Daniels, John 
Birch & all the RN's, dilute H20, Mr. 
Jiffy-mix, ocularmicrometer, briefly in 
a word or two, it's only a quiz, name that 
twig. Let's just say I'm somewhat skep- 
tical, first born male child, busy work 
for 3 credits, that must be my room- 
mate!. Oh! and PS., Oh! Alfred! 

LORNA PRONIO 

Friends — both students & faculty. In- 
spiring genetics labs. Hours in the or- 
chard. 

DONNA RAY 

Surprise parties, farms, orchards, musk- 
rat holes & tigers cakes, dancing, the 
"T", concerts, plays, Alice in Wonder- 
land on Halloween, Skerbisch, Gold- 
man 1st, Lillian, A-Day, The Patzig 
group, 3'/2 years with Nance, & Glenn. 
Thank you Mom & Dad for all your 
support. Good luck to everyone. 

KENT RICKENBACH 
The Hawk & the Monday afternoon So- 
cial club. Great times with Waddy, 
Chuck, Matt, Konoz, Ike, George, and 
the two crasies; Snell & Lacava, Stan in 
the morning, Bip my conscience., being 
jacked, should we get another case. 
Work Hall beach, & the great times on 
A-Day. Thanks Mom & Dad whose love 
& guidance made it all possible. 



James Rhoads 



Kent Rickenbach 






■fracey Runkel 



Charles Saylor 




Shawnee Scott 




Thomas Smiccintki 



MICHAEL PATRICK RIDGE 
It's better in the Canal Zone. Special 
thanks to Mom & Dad for providing me 
with a college education. Thanx to my 
sisters, especially Sue. Panama. The Ul- 
man conflagration, Brian, Rick, Mark, 
Tom, Kyle, Lucky Day! Goldman first. 
DVC-a "home" away form HOME, 
thanx for everything. You're from 
where? Nice memories wint 
TRLPADKFEKJB. Winter 77, Tropi- 
cal winters are Best!! 

TRACY RUNKEL 
It's better in Barness, blue light on, he'd 
do in a pinch, morale plus, genny 
creams, naughty bits, Florida or bust 
'78, Hall & Oats, roomie Karen (Sun- 
day talks, chaotic "starter drinks"), 
thanx Mom & Dad for 4 best years, oh 
Donna Jean, This was the life!! 

CHARLES DA VID SA YLOR, JR. 

Work Hall 4 yrs., B's, Z's, I hear ya! 
men of the "T" fresh, yr., Monday after- 
noon social club, Snell, LaCava, amaz- 
ing, Work Hall beach, "Asps". Men of 
Work 1st, Sparker, Hawk, Tony, Matt, 
Kent, Zig, Bip, Stan, Jim, Roy?, Dr. 
DePranca, Hillside, Pittstown. "Finals 

", Let's Hang, I'm jacked, B&B 

express, thanks Mom & Dad for every- 
thing. 

SHA WNEE G. SCOTT 
Smuggler's, pumpkins in bed. Dig it! 
Toga! M&M's, Kooker & Daytona, 
nights with Jackson, Janet, from begin- 
ning to end. my life long friend, nobody 
docs it belter, Mikey & crew, Tony? to 
my pal Wiczy-My love & thanks. Mom 
& Daddy always there, I couldn't ask 
for any more than the Lord has given 
me. Psalm 27; 1 4. 

STEVEN SILBERSTEIN 
4 years in Work Hall. Dr. FJson's chcm 
labs, best wishes to my good ol' roomies, 
Tom, Keith, Jim, Rich, & Larry. 
Thanks to the faculty for helping to 
make these four yrs. academically fruit- 
ful. Special thanks to Mom & Dad for 
their encouragement & support. 




Steven Silberslein 






Stephen Stys 









JAMES STRONG 
All the guys on the O.C. intramural 
teams, we tried hard & had a lot of fun, 
top survey map, Burpee episodes. To 
Chris for putting up with the hassles, To 
Mom & Dad for making it all possible, 
Henry, Steve, Jeff, Bob, Tim, Bill, 
Hugh, Lloyd, Pete, Tom, Carol, Cindy, 
Mitchel, Jim, Chris, Andy, Owen, & II- 
se — good luck to all. 

STEPHEN P. STYS 
Many, many thanks to Mom & Dad who 
made this all possible thanks to Frances, 
Steph, & Fred for their help. Bye to 
everybody from Samuel & Alumni 
House, my roomates-Bruce, Steve, 
Chick, my drinking parties, George, 
BIVS, What liquor on campus? how can 
it happen so soon. It's all over. Thanks 
& farewell DVC. 

REBECCA L. THOMPSON 
Four of the best years of my life? To my 
good friends-Donna, Karen, Mare, 
Gretch, John-love & luck to all. Good 
times, parties with the gang, pet names, 
"just a little", who feels like studying? 
Always eating & dieting, jobs, & Sam. I 
wouldn't know! Lots of love & thanks to 
my family for their love & support. 

DONNA UNGER 
4 years-it seemed endless, it went so 
quickly. Good times with roomie Becky 
& the rest of the gang: especially Mare, 
Karen, John — Love & best. Corny jokes 
& imitations, 1st year names that stayed 
forever. Love & thanks to Mom & Dad 
for making it all possible. Special love & 
thanks to RENO. It's truly been an edu- 
cation! 

BARBARA UNGERMAN 

Many thanks to all who put up with me, 
especially during 1st period labs when I 
was at least half asleep! Thanks to 
Mom. Dad, & the bank. 



Donna Unger 



Barbara Ungerma 



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RICHARD VETASOVETZ 
Thanks Mom & Dad. Good luck Neil, 
Bill, Taddy, Sor — another year, Bulgers 
& WOS, JD anyone? Midol man. What 
the — -, is it 12:00 yet? Surfing in the 
hall, get small, A-day bashes, Ya didn't 
have to say it in front of everybody, dak 
attack, friends are great!, the jello kid, 
Neil-my sheets, BIVS, powerhitters. Big 
SS, Thanks, Toga! 

GLESN WEBER 
Special thanks to Mom & Dad for their 
support & love. Best wishes to Lorna, 
Bill, Herb, Allison, and the rest of gang 
from Segal Hall. Hours of boredom in 
Segal Hall, wasting time in the library, 
Lorna caught cheating in OH tech., par- 
tics in Samuel, Allison bugging us in the 
library. 

NANCY JEAN WILSON 
Thanks, love to Mom & Dad. Market- 
ing, roses, summer '77, Te,\-love always- 
Koala, 8/5/78. Karen-warmth & 
friendship always, tight — , Orca. capri 
rides. B&B, SD. they are all out always, 
A&P, G229, Toby, Jennifer. I don't buy 
it. Candlewick. UFO, Patzlg's group, 
Torredos, snow drifts. 

DA VI D S. ZA WISZA 
Suitcase, college, freshman study, wres- 
tling. Coach Marshall, dieting. Deacon, 
Flying A's, Hawkman, Pup, Chuck, 
Lupi. Malt. Stan, Roy. Monday after- 
noon social club, Snell, LaCava, De- 
France, MAC, Snake, plant materials. 
Lupine's python, Piltstown, Hillside, lit- 
tle sister, rabitt, stall muckers, A-Day, 
nationals hopefully, RA. Waterloo, 
Work Hall. Special thanks to Mom. 
r.)ad. & family who made everything 
possible I love you. 




Richard Vetanovetz 




Glenn Weber 



Nancy Wilson 




David Zowisza 




IN MEMORY OF SUE HARVEY 




In junior class picture 1978 



In a-day picture 1978 



In Chemistry Club picture 1977 




Susan P. Harvey (9/26/57 to 9/10/78) 

Susan was a student here at DVC where she majored in chemistry. During her three years as a student, Sue was an active 
member of the chemistry club, as secretary and ICC representative, and was a part of A- Day's executive council as assistant 
secretary-treasurer. Sue had also tutored a student in organic chemistry. 

In 1975, Sue graduated 13th in her class, from Springfield High School. There, she was a member of the National Honor 
Society, Thespian Society and was recognized for outstanding work done in German. 

In college. Sue finished her junior year, having earned a very commendable 3.905 academic averae. Sue's dedication to her 
work in chemistry was very obvious to all who knew her. Sue had a great love and understanding for her fellow students. She 
would always try to help those who needed guidance. 

Sue was a devoted member of the Oreland Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her parents, Mr. And Mrs. Albert Harvey 
of Oreland, PA. 




In sophomore class picture 1977 At work in the lab 1978 



Chemistry Club picture 1977 



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TO TIBOR PELLE 




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It is with great pride that we, the student body of Delaware Valley Coll|^, recogtlize Dr. Tibor Pelle for his 
outstanding service. Dr. Pelle has served this college as club advisor, dedicaed teacher, and counselor for Animal 
Husbandry students for the past 26 years. His service has not only aitjed his/nany students but also has 
contributed to the entire college. It is for these ^nd countless other reasoj^s that we bestow this honor upon Dr. 
Pelle to add to his long list of achievements 

Dr. Pelle was born in Budapest, Hungary. H^^recieved his Master's ^d Doctor 
the University of Agriculture in Berlin, Germftny. In/947, he camejjo the Unit] 
experimented in many phases of the livestock indujftry. His trav^ in this o 
Midwest, South Dakota, Nevada, and New York, finally settling in eastern] 
Delaware Valley College in 1952 as a professor of Animal Husbandry. He was a 
Science Dept. a position he was well qualifipd for, and exccirte d,%it^fully §Dr mi 
Pelle has devoted much of his free time asi^fid' for thj^locSBBHffTdle Clu 
Husbandry-minded students. ♦ JSSf 

Throughout his lifetime, D^. Pelle has accuniulat^countless awards and hinors. He has made an admirable 
impression on many students and has earned the respect of many prominent people, both in and out of his field. 
His dedication to his students and his respect for the truth in all situations are just a few of his many attributes. It 
is for good reason that we honor Dr. T.fPeJie for his service. ■ 



e Degrees in Agriculture from 

ates where he traveled and 

rytook him throughout the 

nnsylvania. He first came to 

'ointed Chairman of the Animal 

y years. In addition to this, Dr. 

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RD#l,Box208 

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IfefiARI, RICHARD Q. 
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BAILEY, STEPHEN R, 
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BARRETT, CHARLES E. JR. 
RD #2 
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BARR, JOHN 
320 Lucky Hill Rd. 
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BOTTl, JANET G, 
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BOWMAN, THOMAS I. 

RD #1 MB, 

HooversviBH>A 15936 

Dairy Socre!^ Dairy Judging team 

BOYLE, JOHN FRANCIS 
25 West Furnace St. 
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Hort. Socicty-4 yrs. 

BRIAR, PARTICIA JR. 
1011 Green Lane 
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IM sports, RA, Hort. Society 

BROWN, ROBERT A. 
831 Concord PI. 
Lansdalc, PA 19446 
IM sporu, B&B, DTA, Livestock Judging 

BUCHANAN, CINDY L. 
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Arlington, VA 22204 
OH club-4 yrs.. Student Govt. Chorus, FTD. 



BULIK, PATRICIA L. 
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Flower Show Comm. 

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CASHIN, WILLIAM J. 
3323 Decator Ave, 
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Railroad Club. APO, Chorus, WAPO 

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CHOMA, MICHELE E. 
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Hon. Society, Sigma Society Yearbook 

CHRANOWSKI, MARK 
501 W. Holly Ave. 
Oaklyn, NJ 08107 
Football, Tennis, Fl Club 

COOK, MARY M. 
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CRANE, SUSAN 
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DANIS, MICHAEL L. 

1228 Porter Ave. 
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Star Route #2 
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DEGUZIS, MARK W. 
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DEL GAISO. FRANK A. 
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DEMUjLE, JIM 
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DISTEFANO. MICHAEL D. 
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DORSEY, ELIZABETH 
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DOWNING, MICHAEL THOMAS 

47 North Place 

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Yearbook, RA 

DUNBAR, JIM 
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Wilkes Barre, PA 18702 
Football, IM Sports 

DUNNING. KEITH EDWARD 
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525 Rutgers Ave. 
Swarthmore, PA 19081 
Field Hockey, B&B club, Dairy Soc, 
sports 

EHRING, EDLYN N., 
163 Oak Rd. 
Manasquan, NJ Oif 
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FESTA. PETER J. 
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Aberdeen, NJ j* 

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FLYNN, EILEEN 
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Oreficld, PA 18069 
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Valley Stream. NY 11581 

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KOENIG, GARY T. 
555 Wayne Dr. 
Southampton, PA 18966 
IM sports 

KUKOLY, RANDY 
868 Court St. 
Woodbridge. NJ 07095 
IM sports. B&B, 

KUPIEC, DEBRA J. 
301 Stony Hill Rd. 
Yardley, PA 19067 
Yearbook, Sigma Soc, B&B 

KUROCZKO, KATHERINE 
310 Hampton Rd. 
King of Prussia, PA 19406 
Hort. Soc. Dean's list 

LACHANCE, GLENN R. 
36 Ramas St. 
Flanders, NJ 07836 
Agronomy club, IM sports. 

LAMB. MARIANNE C. 
913 Cain Meeting Rd. 
Coalesvillc PA 19320 
Circle K, B&B, RA. IM sporu 

LAMMEY, CURTIS D, 
Box 278 RD #2 
Elverson, PA 19520 
Soil Judging team. Agronomy club 

LEE. RICHARD 
372 Hightstown Rd. 
Cranbury, NJ 08512 
Scuba club, Hort. Club. IM's 

LEONARD, PHIL 
12 Hannah Rd, 
Oakland, NJ 07436 
Hort, club. Apiary, IM sports 



LIMBACH, DEBBIE 
1608 Redfield Rd. 
Bel Air, MD 21014 

Class Sec, Equine club, 4-H. B&B. Livestock Ju 
ing team, A-Day. chorus 





Llrrz. TERR^ L 
5S4 tj.il Buikr St 
Nc» Brium. PA II90I 

1 1 PaRDI, ANTHONY F 
T Bllnch A«, 
Closler. NJ 06-'}4 
UH club. IM spom 

MCCARTHY. JANICE 
I* Eut Adimt Slfcd 
Eas) Islip. NY 11730 
FFA. E^Ul(K club ft uam. A-D«y 

MCCLYNN. STANLEY 
46 Hi;h Si 
Ajhlc). PA IS700 
Vinilv club, IM tporu. Wtcslling 

MCCROERTY. HARRY J. JR 

IM E. Court St 
Oaylmo»ii. PA 18901 

MCCICKIN. EILEEN ANN 
I A Dc»on Dtivc 
*CJ1 Onngc. NJ 07052 
OH club, FTD club. IM .pori> 

JLDITH S«CMAHON 
:SCaicv.a) Ave 
Ixlin. NJ 08830 

MCSHEA. JAMES E. 
342 CjmhridBc Rd 
NociBlowr, PA 19-101 
Bukclbil! RA 

MACAHV LYN 
412 Tanner Ave 
HMboTO. PA I9<140 

MAGNUS. JAMES WLSLFV 
Boa 208 

Fiir Haven. NJ O^^OI 
The Collegian. Csfe nunager 

MALIK. R0^ A 
RD*I B,.( 211 

Wea Sc»ton. PA 15089 

[>air> Soc . SAT, RA. Dairy judging l 

MALONEV Jl.M 
34» Shcinefd Ave 
Phila . PA 19136 

IM iporti. Scuba club. A-D3> 

MARKOLICS, KEVIN 
RD «l Boj 77 

Vonhamolon. PA 18064 
Block Sc Bndle 

•(Fl LV. GERARD G. 
:\t B>b«'v Rd 
Halboio. PA 19040 
B4>cball. IM iperu 

VII ALE. JOSEPH F 
2< Merrill Dr 
Uvreasaville. NJ 08«4« ' 
Hon Soc . DTA. Apiary 

MICHALAK. GLENN WTI.LIA.M 
Boi 745 

Pjnc Busk. NY l2S«»i 
BAB. S(u<l<nl Govt . K C , Eqtiirc Coll 
book, photo club 

MICALES. BRLCE 
1 1 4 Timotliy Place 
BridBoalcr, NJ 011807 
WAPO. IM »port» 

>.UK)RK JOHN V III 



-.1 I. ■,•.-. TINA 
ins W,llo« Dr 
Ber>Kt. PA 1*603 

.1 •. II I ■.Mil I .\ M 



OCONNOR, GERARD D. 
1 5 Coroelt Way 
Upper Montelaliz. NJ 07043 
IM Nports, Fl club 

OROLRKE. MARY KATHRYN 
:5 Lake Dr 
Randolph. NJ 07801 
IM sport!.. FTD 

OSMl'N. JEFFREY E 
RD »l Boi 342 
Lambertvillc NJ 08.130 
Football. IM sports 

PATZIG. RODGER t 
44 Sunset Terr 
Wayne. NJ 07470 

PAWLLSIOW. JUDITH I 
\'>T2 Batchcldcr St, 
Brooklyn. NY 11229 
B&B. RA. Circle K. IM sports 

PELINO. MARIE ANITA 
515 S. 3lsl St, 
Hbg, PA 17103 
B&B. Dairy Judging Team, WAPO. 

PETROVICH. DIANE R 

345 Brislm St, 

Warrior Run, PA 18706 

Equine club & team, IM sports 

PHILLIPS. RICHARD D JR 

PINE, DONALD T 
133 West Maple Ave. 
Langhorne. PA 19407 

PLUMMER. WANDA 
10 Allegheny Square #304 
Pittsburg, PA 15212 
OH club. FTD. DTA. Flower show 

POLGAR. ELIZABETH LINDA 
80 Lawrence Ave, 
Highland Park. NJ 08904 
Hockey. Fl club. IM sports 

POTOCEK. ANDREW M, 
351 Blue Ridge Dr 
Leviuown. PA 19057 
IM spons. Dairy Soc. 

PRIME. MARK COXE 
17 Fox Chase Rd. 
Malvern, PA 19355 



PRONIO. LORNA 
RD #2 Box 213 
Hummelstown, PA 17036 

PUCLISl. MICHAEL 
341 Easy St. 
Howell. NJ 07731 
Horl. club 

RAMSEY. WESLEY WAYNE 
405 Oak St, 
Coudersport, PA 16905 
Agronomy club, IM Softball 

RANK. ALLISON M 
School Rd. 
HatField PA 19440 

RAY, DONNA 
5121 Wade St. 
Pisealaway. NJ 08854 

REAPSOME. ROBERT E. 
Lanca-ster Rd #6 
Uncatler. PA 17603 
Football, Baseball. RA 



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RIJiETAR, MARK 
411 Wuhington Ave, 
Weal Wyoming. PA l£M 

RICKENBACII. KENS 
RD «3 boi 381 
Milford, NJ 08848 
Football, goir 



RICHARDSON, TOM 
70 Liberty Place 
Weehawketl, NJ 07087 
Leo Ag. IM aports. Apury, M 



RIDGE. MICHAEL PATRICK 
Ro< 133 Coco Solo 
Canal Zone 
Band. OH club. FTD. Circle K. Photo club 

RUNKEL. TRACY 

212 N Zinn's Mill Road 

Lebanon. PA 17042 

OH club, FTD, IM sporli 

RUSSELL. DAVID JEFFREY 
Cameron Circle. 
AiUnlic Hiihlandi. NJ 07716 
Stub, club, ADay 

ftUSSO. CHRIS 
t Royal CI. 
Wayne. NJ 07470 
Fl club. IM ipofts 

SANDERS. SUSAN G 
54 Oaniaon Houae 
Maple Shade, NJ 0*052 

SAWIf KI. THOMAS JOHN 
Bot 404. 991 Bayer Rd 



SAXTON. STEPHEN 
4845 Springtop Dr, 
Harrisburg, PA 17111 
Soccer, Band, Dairy Soc , IM sports 

SAYLOR, CHARLES, DAVID JR 
2031 Sunnysidc Ave 
Pollstown, PA 19464 
IM sports 

SCALFO. DIANA C. 
1018 So 7lhsl. 
Vincland, NJ 08350 

SCHECTER. HERBERT MARTIN 
700 Brighton St 
Phila.. PA 19111 

SCHUBERT. OWEN E. 

458 West Mill Rd, 
Long Bailey. NJ 07853 
B&B, ADay. Student Govt 



Livestock Judging 



SCOTT, LARK1N G, 
Oak Terrace Apts. C-i 
Doylestown, PA 18901 
Cross Country 

SCOTT, SHAWNEE G 
1710 Cambridge Circle 
Southampton, PA 18966 
IM sports. OH Soc. DTA 

SHAFFER. CAROL M, 
RT, #24. RD 2. Box 953A 
Chester. NJ 07930 
B&B, Chonu 

SHARKO. GLENN 
Z205 Carl Place 
Paramus, NJ 07652 
Gleaner. Student Govt,. Senior ( 

SHOVLIN. KAREN A, 
RD #7 
Shavertown. PA 18708 

SHULL, ARTHUR 
Groveland Rd. 
Pipersville. PA 18947 
Wrestling 

SHUMAKER. PAUL T 
Box 196 RD #2 
Crcsco. PA 18326 

SICA. MAURREN 
45 Coakley St. 
Iselin, NJ 08830 

SILBERSTEIN, STEPHEN 

Galewood Apts. #221 
Cornwclls Hgls., PA 19020 
OH Soc,, Collegian, Ski club 

SIMCOX, RICHARD D 
444 E. Broad St. 
Quakertown. PA 18951 
Dairy Soc, 

SMITH. CONSTANCE JEAN 



Equestrian Team. Ski club, cheerleading 

SMITH. LAURA E. 
84 Upland Dr. 
Churchville, PA 18966 

SNYDER, MARGARET L 
335 Township Line Rd. 
Chalfont, PA 18914 
Student Govt., Sigma. ICC 

SOLIAZZO. PETER J. 
19 Woodmerc St. 
Raritan, NJ 08869 
Track. IM aports. Soil Judging 

SOLOMITO, JAMES i 
i L.iMarcua Ave. 
Glen Cove. NJ 11542 
Soccer. IM sporta 

SOMMER. ANDRE JOHANN 
Finland Rd. Box 301 
Trumbauerivillc. PA 18970 
Chcm club. ICC. A-Day 

SPINDLER. JAMES J 
12550 N UBelle Cl, 
Mequon. Wl 53092 

Yearbook. Agronomy club, DTA. RA. Railrc 
club 



STAUB, SHARON L. 
1006 Main St. 
Obcilin Stcellon, PA 171 1 3 
Drama club, chorus, Raiird, & i 



uba club. W APO 



STRONG, JAMES 
116 Dyke Rd, 
Seuukel, Long li. NY 11733 

STRUSIAK. MICHAEL 

173 Willetl St. 

Pauaic. NJ 07055 

Golf, Scuba, Horl, clubs. IM sports 



OH club. Scuba. DTA 

SUTTON, GERARD CHARLES 

6392 Overbrook Ave. 
Phila.. PA 19151 
Agron. club,. IM sports. 

SZMODIS, MICHAEL ALAN 
Box 280A 

Hellertown, PA 18055 
Agron. club, IM sports 

THOMAS. CHARLES J 
616 Acorn Rd 
Warminster. PA 18974 
Football, A-Day. Yrbk, 

THOMPSON. REBECCA L 
Box 112 RD #2 
Birdsboro. PA 19508 
Sigma Soc., OH, FTD, Circle K, ICC 

THORNTON. WENDY 
1416 Irving St. 
South PlainPield. NJ 07080 
Hort, Soc, FFA, Apiary yearbook 

TKACIK, HOWARD 
14 Elmer St. 
Raritan, NJ 08869 
Agron. club, IM sports 

TROXELL, WILLIAM JAMES 
S.D #1 Box 392 
S^orlhumberland. PA 17857 
Christian Fellowship. Hort, Soc.. Soil Jud ging , 
nu. DTA 

UNOER. DONNA 
559 Conesloga Rd. 
Berwyn, PA 19312 
OH club, FTD Signia, Circle K 

UNGERMAN, BARBARA 
10 Dlcxel Rd. 
Hatboro, PA 19040 
FTD 

VAN AULEN. KAREN 
1 Hudson St, 
Metcueh, NJ 08840 
4-H. B&B, Sigma soc. 

VAN LAERE, BRUCE EDWARD 
197 DeMott Ave, 
Clifton, NJ 07011 
Agron. club. A-Day. DTA. Soil Judging. 

VAN NUYS. JEANNE L. 
Hillsboro Farm 
Belle Mead. NJ 08502 
AlBS, Equine, & Equestrian learn 

VANSANT, DIANE MARIE 
1265 Pebble Hill Rd, 
Doylestown, PA 18901 



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VETANOVETZ, RICHARD 
299 Washington Si. 
Clifton, NJ 0701 1 
A-Day. OH club 

WEBER. GLENN 
240 Windsor Dr. 
Churchville. PA 18966 

WEIRBACK. JEFFREY J. 
Box 4 

Fcrndale, PA 18921 
Dairy Soc., Dairy Judging 

WENGRYN. JOHN W, 
RD #1 

Pittstown. NJ 08867 
B&B, A-Day. Livestock Judgir 



WHITEHEAD. JOANNE 
78 Jonquil Lane 
Lcvitlown. PA 19055 
Cheerleading. ICC. A-Day. Hort, Soc. Circl 

WHITEHOUSE. WILLIAM W. JR. 
4812 Gransback St. 
Phila,, PA 19120 
Horl. club. RR club, DTA. A-Day 

WILLIAMS. BARBARA 
20 Black Latch Lane 
Cherry Hill. NJ 08003 
B&B. IM sports 

WILSON, NANCY JEAN 
23 Fairfax Dr. 
Livingston, NJ 07039 

WISE. DIRK F 
Wippenn Hill Farms RD #2 
Spring Mills. PA 16875 
B&B, DTA. Livcslock Judging. RA, IM spo 

WISNIEWSKI, JOHN 

ZAWISZA, DAVID S 
501 North Manor Dr 
Media, PA 19063 
Wrestling. OH club 

ZIOLKOWSKI. NANCY 
124 Pearl St, 
Bridgewaler. NJ 08807 
Fl club. A-Day. Circle K 




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WILLOW GROVE, PA. 19090 

Phone: OL 9-0885 



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Mr. & Mrs. 


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Mr. & Mrs. 


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Alfred C. Prime 


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Stanley M. Doe 


Irene & Michael Bergamo 


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Joseph Gyurian y 


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R. James Beck. Jr. ^ 


Mr. & Mrs. John M. Hoke 


Mr. & Mrs. 


Ronald W. German 


Mr. & Mrs. William .McCarthy 


Mr. & Mrs. 


Alexander Bromberg 


Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius Shovlin 


Mr. & Mrs. 


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Mr. & Mrs. 


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Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Perlsvveig 


Mr. & Mrs. 


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Mr. & Mr.s. H.J. Schubert 


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Mr. & Mrs. Walter E. Sucharski 


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Mr. & Mrs. Morton Klausner 


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Mr. & Mrs. R.H. Leonard 


J.J. Theibault, Jr. 


William K. Roesch 


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Mr. & Mrs. T. Ericson 


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J. Miale 


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Mrs. Emma H. Caldwell 


Gale & Dale Davis 


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Mr. & Mrs. 


A.O. Johnson 


family 


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E. Manno 


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S. Kasper 


■ h R. Fulcoly, Jr. 


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S. LaCorle 


•n I. Nichols 


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D. Barr 


' '' onnor 


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W. Watkinson 




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