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Parent Salute And Registration 

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Our childhood is a time of growth 
and change. There occurs a subtle 
metamorphosis and suddenly the boy is 
a man, and the girl a woman. With this 
change comes the responsibility of de- 
ciding where our place in life will be. 
Parents and friends, on whom we de- 
pended for so long, can't make the 
choice for us. Just as the fragile seedling 
eventually bursts into full bloom, so we 
discover our purpose. With the deci- 
sion comes the first step-the begin- 
ning-and so we came together here to 
share a common goal: To live life to it's 
fullest, to learn, and to grow. 



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We would like to express our 
gratitude to our parents, who have 
in a sense planted us here at DVC. In 
many instances it was their guidance 
and love which led us to trod these 
collegiate paths. We will always be 
grateful to them for the love, sup- 
port and interest they have given us. 
For it was our parents who brought 
us here for our first interview, who 
helped us move in that first day, who 
expressed interest in the grades we 
received, and the summer jobs we 
got, and sent letters and carepack- 
ages to us from home. And it was our 
parents in whose eyes we saw pride 
for us as we processed on com- 
mencement day. 









Zhmks parents for starting us here! 



To The Underclassmen 

As graduating seniors we all look 
liack on our four years of college 
ilifferently. But we ail started in the 
s.une position; we've been in your 
shoes and know how you stand! We 
want to thank you for the friendships 
and good times you have shared 
with us and wish you all, the same 
fond memories of your years at Del 
Val! 




Zhe new crop at D VC 



Freshman A-8 

Nick Place, Suren Pakhtigian, Joe Nolan Bob Rathgeb, lohn O'Brien, John Ricciardi. 




Freshman B-11 

Carole Pica, David Horveath, Jeff Hartman, Susan Rose, Sharon Denzler, Jack Benoff, Jennifer Dowd. 




Freshman A-10 

Row 1: Karen Takakjy, Michelle Matula, Jerry 

Robbins, Phillip Hamner, John Roschella. Row 

2: Carl Vivaldi, Beverly Brandt, Jane Smeallie, 

Janet Graham, Jennifer Gioiello, Suzanne 

Cloulier. 



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Freshman A-9 

Row 1: Rob Troup, Kathy Sheffer, Mary Ellen Tyson, Christine Van Arsdalen, Scott Timmins, 
Louann Spiecker, Rich Wagner. Row 2: Tom Smith, Kathi Walker, Bruce Stajnraijh, Pat Stephenson, 
Tom Infanti. 



Freshman A-3 

Row 1: Dina Hackikian, Bill Hoffman, Kathy 
Gill, Linda Hahn, Jonathan Kuhns. Row 2: Su- 
san Gromis, Joe Kaiser, Bruce Hellerick, Kath- 
leen Hayes, Shari Kindig, John Herring, Deb- 
bie Hoffman, Bob Green, Joe Kentos. 





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Freshman A-7 

Row 1: Glenn Wasserbach, Jill Stein, Steve Walowski, John Melora, Dennis McLaughlin, Gary Wartenberg, David 
Scofield, Howard Miller, Jennifer Wall, Scott Lieu, Tom Sempowski, Lynne Saparito, Kim Uleman, Ken Owen. Row 2: 
Tom Benusa. 



Freshman A-4 

Row 1; Dave McHale, Sue Kulp, Mark Miller. Row 2: Dan Machon, Scott Leadbeater, Karin 
Lyzell, Pasquale Licciardello, Charlie Mainwald, Craig Dobson, Ron Leuepke, Brian McCall, 
Rober Laubach, Ed Leake. 





Freshman A-2 

Row 1: Donn DePasquale, Karen Delvalle. Row 2: 
Chris Cusack, Tillie Docalovich, Dave Daehnke. 




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Freshman BA-13 

Row 1: Donna Lombardi, Sandy Yerkes, Anne Hertig. Row 2: Kathy 
Binasiewirz, Doug Herrmann, Chris Giuliani. 




Freshman A-6 

)udy Norton, Chris Cesaro, Terry Kurdziel, Linda Monn, Annmarie Novobilski, Carol 
Fogel, jack Fiedler, Roxann Minguez, Bret DeFranco, Mike Harbold. 



Row 1: Debbie Whyte, Steve Torostle, Row 2; )eff Sneer- 
inger, Nancy Williams. Row 3 Lisa Zucchero, Doni Wes- 
tover. 




Agronomy Juniors 

Row 1: Michael Farbotnik, Richard Shearer, Don Cherry, Ste- 
phen Void, Marcia Stenken, Michelle Richardson, Tony White. 
Row 2: Scott Schukraft, Bob Cawthern, Miguel Garcia, Ed 
Smith, Michael McConville, Danny Roerig, Jim Marzec, Mi- 
chael Schnell, Paul Weinken, Kevin O'Rourke. 



We'll plant the 
wheat . . . 





Agronomy Sophomores 

Ted Haberland, Steve Harrison, Jonathan Niehls, Ellen Court, 

Kieran Halpin, Tammy Michna, Ron Hoover, Bob Blake. 








F.I. Sophomores 

Row 1: leff Atkinson, Michael Con- 
nolly, Carol Kresock, Lisa Pekala, 
Marian Eck, Don Herold, Dave Van- 
derslice, Michael Landis. Row 2: Rich 
Dougherty, Kris D'Alessandro, Greg 
Gurner, Jean Stump, John Coakley. 



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make the 

bread! 



Fl juniors 

Row 1: Matt Armstrong, Dave War- 
ren, Lorraine Gerus. Row 2: Brian 
Bannach, Frank Losagio. Row 3: 
Christine FHolmquist, David George, 
Marnie Carmichael, Ann Buickus 
Ted Stainbrook. 



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Biology Juniors 

Row 1: Anne Marie Souchick. Row 2: 

, Row 3: lean Weisbecker, Helen 

Row 4: Bill Caldwell, Jim Riggs, . 



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, Jamie Ryan. 




Biology Sophomores 

Row 1: Dave Meyers, Linda Bakos, Kathy Williams. Row 2: Alison Rodin, Holly Turner, Tina Kiernan, Jackie 

Nahm, Wendy Wood. Row 3: Dwight Dohm, Rick Lee Steinman, Dave , Carolyn Corkey, Debbie Smith, 

Doleres Schuman, Maria Stanik, Dawn Fitzpatrick, Nancy Tritta, Row 4: Randy Heflin, Kim Nicole, Scott Ruth, 
Dave , John Sipley, Greg Wimmer, Nora Steele. 






Junior Horticulture 
Row 1: Talea Heckman, Charleen 
Baker, Rusty Clark, Tacy Mor- 
gan, Elizabeth Karoiyi, Steve La- 
comis, Toni Hoelper. Row 2: Karl 
Vollmecke, Eric Pyle, Dave 
Craeft, )ohn Creevy, Daria Diehl, 
Doug Hartkopf, Elisa Newhari. 




7ruits 
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Sophomore Horticulture 
Valerie Summens, Allison 
Scheib, Gail Keleher, Greg 
Smith, Terry Pezzano, Cliff 
Weinstein, Don Litchfield, )ohn 
Casella, Ronnie Campbell, Rich 
Gates, Karen Rosenberg, Mark 
Bream. 









O.H. Juniors 

Row 1: Chery Apgar, Jill Bitner, John McNamara, Donna Smyth, Dale Conner, Sharon Traino, 
Scott Aron, Amy Wright, Cindy Darde, Judy Stiner, Barbara Biaich. Row 2: Howard Belfer, 
Richard Waiko, Tony Nettis, Kathy Smith, Karl Schaeffer, Dan Planer, Ron Johansen, Gail 
Garthwaite, Gene Doyle, Pat Barron, Keith Driscoll, Nancy Schnetzer, Debbie Chrismer, Dee 
Ebely. Row 3: Jim Bachman, Karen Rogers, Ray Jukus, Mike Kozak, Peter Wanner, Gwen 
Stauffer, Dave Heller, Richard Mayer, Robin Sherrerd, Paul Joyce, Paul Dansbury, Scott 
Tobias, Craig Edgerton, Nick Sandbourgh, Rich Weidman, Denise Emiey. 




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Row 1: Sally McCali, Eric 
Moser, Tony Fry, Shelly Kra- 
vitz, Steve Hansen, Janice 
Madlon, Philip Luccarelli, 
John Mendozza, Matt 
Brown. Row 2: David Hamil- 
ton, Darryl Fosbrook, Jeff 
Montagnoli, Jeanne Cirotti, 
Michael Rizzo, Shawn Con- 
ley, Richard Blauvelt, Steven 
Deibler, Les Hergeniother, 
Cindy Jack. 





OH Sophomores N-Z 

Row 1: Carol Spahr, Gerald Witmer, Brigette Norcross, Leslie Scheftler, Mary Richards. Row 2: 
Edward Rasbach, Jill Wojcik, Janice Saluski, Beverly Summers. Row 3: James Romano, Pat 
Rosenquest, Tim Page, Greg Wolek, Mike Schimpf, John Zielinski. 




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Row 1: Cathy Felegi, Bill Doe, Larry Grim, Tom Nauman. Row 2: Brad Beidel, Bruce Beck, Betty Diehl, Dc 

Hartkopf, Ed Kulp, Jane Bomgardner. 




Dairy Sophomore 

Row 1: Martha Gehringer, Dan Carr, Bill Osborn, Kenneth Zanzalari, Alice Mark, George Wickersham. 
Row 2: Valerie Prasse, Tim Bowman, William Romberger, Nancy Forlenza, Ron Carty, Craig Mlaker, Ed 
Herrmann. 





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Business Juniors 

Row 1: David Stout, Sandy Zeltt. Row 2: Barbara 
Meyer, Linda Speliotes, Kim DiPete, , Mike Pet- 
ty. Row 3: Jim Duncan, Joe Padosky, Bill Coleman, 
Greg Setta. 



Business Sophomores 

Row 1: Lisa DeFerrari, Barry Brown. Row 2: John 
McFadden, Daryl Larceri, Tom Trumbauen. Row 3: 
Cornelia Rrundeanu, John James, Jim Galley, Marcia 

Werner. Row 4: Catherine Matinas, . Row 5: 

Mark Kramer, Morris Fabian, Ray Tenkins, Tim Pillon, 
Jeanne Cranney, Ed Cunliffe, Bill Givas, Cathy Dell. 





future Chemists 









Animal Husbandry Sophomores 

Row 1: Rom Centonze, Lisa Paulson, Kevin Seibert, Lauren Clawson, |acky Mento, Fran Goitz, Denise Yeager, Hoyt Emmons, Steve Pallis. Row 
2: Debie Haines, Jamie Provenzano, Pat McKeown, Kathy Schreflen, Mary Claire Horning, Betsy Nehoda, Bob Cann, Sue Russ, Bernadette 
Bolvin, Mary Richards, Steve Trio), Sharon Raab, Linda Morotto, Raychel Stein. Donna Krupa, Dawn Perusek, Row 3: Jennifer Copp, Daria 

Rogouski, Kathy McMahon, Sue Mason, Tracy Guinta, Gary Manoff, Bill Larry , Dave Meckel, Beth Jones, Donna Karback, 

Mike Clemens, Liz Sygurakis, Ernie Meiley, Steve Ledoux. 




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Agronomy 




Dr. Prudeanu 



On behalf of the Agronomy De- 
partnrient, I want to congratulate you 
on the successful completion of your 
undergraduate studies. You have 
come a long way in these past four 
years at DVC. From now on you will 
be on your own, facing the chal- 
lenges of your chosen career. If past 
performance of our graduates is any 
indication, I have every reason to 
believe that you will meet these 
challenges and be successful. The 
education you have received here 
has given you a foundation as good 
as that given by any other College, 
and better than most. 

As graduates of Delaware Valley 
College, take well deserved pride in 
your Alma Mater, keep in close 
touch with it, and become involved 
in its further growth! 

BEST WISHES AND GOOD LUCK! 

Dr. Julian Prundeanu, Chairman 
Agronomy Department 







Dr Palkovics 




business AdmimstmtioH "Department 




Mr. McCool 




Dr. Handler 



How quickly these four years have 
gone by! Graduation is a singular ac- 
complishment in your life, a mile- 
post in your growth and develop- 
ment. Now the future is yours to 
shape. Your coursework has given 
you the managerial tools necessary 
to accomplish your career objective. 
In seminars and research-oriented 
applications, you have had an oppor- 
tunity to try-out these new skills; but 
the real test will come as they are 
used in an organizational setting. 
The need for new thinking and ap- 
proaches to increase productivity 
domestically and to compete in the 
world market offer challenges to be 
met with optimism and vigor. The 
faculty members of your Depart- 
ment wish you well and have confi- 
dence in your success. 

George F. West 

Chairman 

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"Change favors the prepared 
mind" 

L. Pastuer 

During the past four years you 
have worked hard to become a 
member of the chemical craft. This 
preparation has developed your 
ability to carefully analyze problems 
and systematically seek viable solu- 
tions. Remember, successful prob- 
lem solving requires the investigator 
to be a good listener, to look at both 
sides of any question, and above a 
to be flexible in solution design. The 
faculty has taken pride in your de- 
velopment as chemical professionals 
and w/ishes you well for the future. 
Take an active role in helping to 
shape the chemistry of the future 
and do not forget to keep us in- 
formed of your progress as problem 
solvers. Finally, may I offer the con- 
gratulations of the Chemistry Faculty 
and myself on your graduation from 
the college. 

Robert S. Orr 
Chairman 



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Ornamental 
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Dr. John Martin 



You have completed your college 
education at a very exciting time in 
the green industries. All phases of 
the business of ornamental horticul- 
ture are booming as never before 
and all signs point tov^'ard continued 
growth coupled with exciting chal- 
lenge as we face a future of changing 
modes of meeting energy needs, in- 
creased demand for a pleasant envi- 
ronment, and continued growth in 
American affluence. Yours, then, 
should be a bright and stimulating 
future. Grow with it! 

On behalf of my collegues in the 
Department let me wish you each 
every success. And don't forget your 
Alma Mater! We will continue to 
work to make it better .... and we 
will need your help! 



Sincerely, 

John C. Mertz 
Acting Chairman 
Ornamental Horticulture 
De- partment 



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How incredible is the growth of a 
seedling. The primary leaves are just 
the beginning. From a single seed de- 
velops roots, branches, leaves, flowers 
and fruit. In the same way our growth as 
a person has many aspects. We are free 
to cultivate our physical, mental, and 
social growth. We can approach any ac- 
tivity with great enthusiasm because we 
have confidence in our own abilities. 
We know, that to learn, first we must 
try. 





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Row 1: Tom Kenny, Les Davies, Frank Veccucci, Mike Bergamo, Tom Houpt, Chuck Alpuche, Gary Walters, Jim 
Yazujian, Mark Dobies, George Demetriades, Greg Salicondro, Warren Robertson. Row 2: Tim Saber, Danny 
Planner, Al Applegate, Mark Tankersly, Dave Eggleston, Jeff Robinson, Mike Petty, Greg Setta, Ed Boris, Carl 
Nebhut, Gary Meyers, John Docalovich, John James, Joe Seigenfuse, Row 3: J.D. Niehis, Pat Lake, Eric Reynolds, 
Brad Hall, Tom Anton, John Cervino, Rich Dougherty, John McFadden, Ron Verra, Ernie Meiiy, John Casella, Ron 
Hoover, James Kurfuerst. Row 4: George Wajda, Tom O'Neil, Kevin Seibert, Ray Jenkins, Mark Bream, Tom Kirk, 
Keven Hoke, Jim Duncan, William Givas, Cosmo Losco, Jeffrey Sweeringer, Steven Trostle, Peter Hand. Row 5: Joe 
Chrismer, William Lucchest, David Murphy, Brian Schilling, Michael Harbold, Rod Bates, Steve Jennings, Dan 
Rupp, Jim Bertuola, Fred Siegfried, Chris Edmondson, Richard DiRico. Row 6: Todd Hesse, Ernest Horvath, Rod 
Casey, Victor Jones, Bill Rubasky, Mark Baker, Ralph Campbell, Joe Kerr, Brian Hoffman, Tim Boyes, Joe Balas, Jeff 
Sharp, Tony Cerbo. Row 7: Lance Schaffer, Dan Schwalm, John Capra, Calbert Rupp, Bryan Snyder, Mark Kramer, 
Tom Rimmer, Elwood Wiiliard, Joe Varno, Joe Grajewski, Ken Gruver, Jack McFarland, William Calono. Row 8: 
Coach Wilson, Coach Mazak, Coach Cervino, Coach Marron, Coach Minnuci, Coach Dromgozo, Coach Faulkner, 
Coach Foley, Coach Graver. 





FOOTBALL (7-3) 




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Widener* 


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Moravian* 


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Upsala 





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Susquehanna 





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Juniata 


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Albright 


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Yes, We Are The Champions, My 
Friends! 

Del-Val, win a championship in 
football? Absurd would have been 
the reply to that statement a few 
short years ago! But it is true-believe 
it! The Aggies are the 1980 MAC 
Northern Football Champions. 

Shocking all the oddsmakers DVC 
swept to the title with an unble- 
mished 7-0 league mark behind a 
bruising defense that only allowed 
twenty- one points in its seven 
league victories. Included in that 
skein were four shutout wins, one of 
which was over nationally- ranked 
Lycoming, the odds-on-favorite to 
win the title. So much for the odds! 

In his fifth year as the head coach 
at Del-Val, Al Wilson has taken a 
once "ailing" program and restored 
it to more than just respectability-he 
made it a champion. Coach Wilson 
has indeed, come a long way from 
that first winless season in 1976. Each 
successive season the Aggies devel- 
oped more character and more wins, 
until finally the banner 1980 year 
provided the climax. The defense 
was, of course, devastating, but the 
offense was no patsy either. Sopho- 
more Eric Reynolds became the first 
rushen in the school's history to 
break the 1000-yard mark in a single 
season. Eric accomplished this by ac- 
cumulating 254 yards in the title- 
clinching contest against Albright to 
finish with a total of 1002. Quarter- 
back Tom Kenny provided the 
strong arm for the Aggies' aerial at- 
tack. 

Yes, DVC finally can boast of its 
first football championship. Where 



does Coach Wilson go from here? 
Hey Al, now that Del-Val is an estab- 
lished winner, how about a national 
championship in 1981? 



A Hcw tradition at D VC? 
M'A£- northern champions! 



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Rogers, Irene Costa, Barb Meyer, Cathy Vitulla, Jackie Stoy. Row 3: Coach Vellner, Cate Matinas, Annette White, 
Brenda Wolfe, Sue Ann Leed, Liz Henitz, Janice McNeil, Diane Wendland. 



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DVC CAPS FIRST FIELD HOCKEY 
TITLE 

Prior to the 1980 season, Coach 
Peggy Vellner knew she had a multi- 
tude of talent returning from the 
previous year's campaign. So when 
Del-Val captured the Northeast Divi- 
sion Field Hockey Championship, 
she wasn't really surprised. But, 
playing heavily-favored Franklin and 
Marshall for the MAC Title was go- 
ing to be a mammoth task. Despite 
the fact the girls lost 3-1 Coach 
Vellner was still pleasantly surprised 
at the team effort that almost earned 
them the win. 

DVC fielded an experienced 
squad with fine senior starters and 
emerged with the finest effort in all 
of Coach Vellner's seven years of 
coaching. The teams strong point 
was its offense and superior ball con- 
trol, but actually dominated oppo- 
nents in all aspects of the game. An- 
nette White brought the squad fur- 
ther reknown with her selection to 
the All-Conference Team. Although 
Coach Vellner will have a huge re- 
building job on her hands in 1981 
she can at least savor the taste of this 
year's Championship for awhile. 




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Row 1: John Lucas, Lauren Clawson, Richard Weidman, Sue Wagner, James Parson, Chip Cowher, Jeanne 
Cranney, Carl Pellington, Gail Keleher, Richard Weaver. Row 2: Kathleen Sheffer, Elizabeth Trimble, Kathiann 
Held, Michael McManiman, Sue Kulp, Edward Kuri, Robert Faust, Brenda Givler, Ed Kulp, Jean Toutkoushian, 

Richard Shearer. Row 3: Coach Berthold, Matthew Brown, Joanne Lubanski, Robert Chambers, Jim Trainer, 
David Borish, Kirk Walker, John Zielinski, Robert Jeskey, Michael Jaskolka, Elizabeth Wheeler, Mary Richards, 

Allen Reinhart. Row 4: Robert Hudak, Kam Weber, Joseph Gyurian, Douglas Bereczki, Warren Lewis, Wayne 
Hoffman, Frank Schmied. 











Lady Runners Show Their Stuff! 

1980 marked the first time in 
the school's history that a sepa- 
rate team was allotted for wom- 
en in Cross Country. The girls 
were always allowed to run in 
practice with their male coun- 
terparts, but they never really 
had a chance to test themselves 
against other female teams. 

There wasn't even enough 
time to schedule dual meets; 
only the MAC Championship 
Meet. The girls knew this was 
their one opportunity and they 
responded phenomenally by 
tying for the Championship 
with Juniata. Not bad for their 
first official season. And, if you 
think the Lady Aggies were 
good this season, just wait until 
1981. You see, the squad con- 
tained no seniors, thus, the fu- 
ture appears quite promising. 



Aggie Runners Outdistance the 
Competition 

It is amazing how DVC consistently 
produces outstanding Cross Country 
teams year after year. This season's edi- 
tion was no exception as the squad 
ended with a fine 9-3-1 overall record, 
and a tenth place finish in the MAC 
Championships. 

The teams success was greatly due to 
the heroics of |im Parsons, the squad's 
MVP. He captured first place in all but 
two of Del-Val's dual meets and a fifth 
place finish in the league Champion- 
ship meet Chip Cowhwr also ran quite 
strong and to show how much he 
meant to the team, all of DVC's losses 
were suffered while Chip was sick. 

But, when you speak of DVC's suc- 
cess in Cross Country you can't delete 
"Doc" Berthold, the man behind the 
scones, who made Del-Val the power it 
is in the sport today. Congratulations 
Doc on another outstanding season! 





















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CROSS COUNTRY (9-3-^) 


28 




Kings 


21 




Wilkes 


19 




Widener 


15 




Moravian 


19 




Albright 


23 




Philadelphia 
Pharmacy 


19 




Lincoln 


27 




Swarthmore 


33 




Scranton 


31 




Lebanon Valley 


19 




Messiah 


44 




Kutztown State 


23 




Susquehanna 


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Wilson, Gary Manoff, Miguel Guzman, Ken Zanzalar, Tom Marks, Bob Stille, Ala Tabatabi. Row 3: Coach Marshall, John Hamilton, John Coakley, 
Mike Kozak, Ed McDermott, Tom Hughes, jim Riggs, Terry Muth, Carl DePizzo, Scott Ruth, Suren Pakhtigian, Coach Soder. 




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SOCCER 

Muhlenberg 

Widener 

Scranton 

Albright 

Longwood 

Ursinus 

Spring Garden 

Fairleigh-Dickinson 

Kings 

L.U.C. 

Upsala 

Drew 

Wilkes 





Soccer scores 

don't reveal 

our T) Ve talent! 



SOCCER TEAM HAS DOWN YEAR 

Third year head coach Joe Soder 
had what must be termed a disap- 
pointing year. With all expectations 
being very high, with last year's re- 
cord of 6-7, Coach Soder felt they 
would end up on the winning side of 
the ledger, but came away with a 2- 
11-0 record. 

The Middle Atlantic Conference is 
one of the strongest Soccer Confer- 
ences in the east. With powers such 
as Scranton, Elizabethtown, Drew, 
and F. D. U. Madison, Coach Soder 
felt early in the season that they 
might win some games this year, but 
it didn't come off. 

There will be an excellent group 
of seniors returning next year so ex- 
pectations will be high again. Coach 
Soder is pleased with the talent he 
has to work with and is looking for- 
ward to the beginning of a winning 
soccer program at Delaware Valley 
College. 








Photographers miss volleyball team- 

oops! 



The volleyball team of Del-Vai put 
in another great effort this year as 
they bettered their last year's record 
by one game. The team is newly 
formed, beginning its competition in 
1979. The girls worked especially 
hard this year at teamwork- a key 
principle to a winning team, espe- 
cially in a sport such as volleyball. 

Team captains were senior Holly 
Funk and junior Gail Garthwaite. The 
most valuable player in her first sea- 



son was Patti Rissinger. Other letter 
winners included Michele Forry, Jan 
Nystrand, Wanda Perugini and Missy 
Young. This years graduating seniors 
are FHolly Funk and jan Nystrand. 

Since the team this year had only 
two seniors it included many under- 
classmen who with much effort 
should be able to make a winning 
season of the 1982 year. Good luck 
girls. 




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Row 1: Denise Yeager, Jean Stump, Wanda Perugini, Gail Garthwaite, Alison Scheib, Debra Rizzo. Row 2: Coach Kravitz, Jan Nystrand, Doni 
Westover, Sue Mason, Holly Funk, Nancy Callahan, Lorri Gerus. Row 3: Alice Mark, Lisa Graham, Jackee Smith, Michele Forry, Missy Young, 
Kathy McMahon, Patti Rissinger. 




WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 

1 Ursinus 3 

2 Messiah 3 
1 Albright 3 

1 Wilkes 3 

Penn State-Ogontz 3 

2 Kings 3 

2 Fairleigh Dickinson 3 

3 Northeast Christian 2 

1 Muhlenberg 3 
Moravian 3 






Womens Basketball 

Row 1: Donna Cassano, Diane Bradley, Patti Rissinger, Marcia Werner. Row 2: Coach Vellner, Debbie Rizzo, Susan 

Hartung, Melissa Young, Laura Stephenson. Brenda Wolfe, Sandy Yerkes, Jennifer Cioielli. 



A small team 
that thinks big! 




Coach Vellner knew she would 
need to find a replacement for Joyce 
Newswanger in the 1980-81 season 
in order for her team to excel as it 
had in 1979-80. But how do you to- 
tally replace an experienced all-con- 
ference piaymaker? 

Well, Susan Hartung rose to the 
occasion but not really soon enough 
to produce a winning season for the 
squad which ended at 5-13. But 
Coach Vellner has high hopes for 
this sophomore who never gave less 
than 100%. After all, how many 
sophomores win the MVP award for 
the whole team? Brenda Wolfe, sen- 
ior, and Patti Rissinger turned in ex- 
cellent seasons once again while 
Marcia Werner improved herself 
considerably over last season. 

As for Coach Peggy, she's put the 
record of this year behind her and 
looks ahead to next season, one that 
holds a lot of promise! 




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Women's Basketball 


(5-15) 


69 


Holy Family 


57 


61 


Wilkes 


67 


61 


Western Maryland 


45 


71 


Drew 


52 


62 


Messiah 


83 


78 


Ailentown 


68 


35 


Franklin & Marshall 


62 


46 


Lycoming 


75 


50 


Albright 


72 


58 


Cedar Crest 


39 


30 


Scranton 


97 


50 


Muhlenburg 


51 


69 


Moravian 


74 


51 


Penn State-Ogantz 


60 


53 


King's 


68 


46 


Ursinus 


84 


39 


Widener 


79 


75 


Upsala 


87 




Head Coach Peggy Velli 


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Basketball team contraets 
the "plaguef 

It seems that the bad luck that 
once "plagued" the Del-Val Football 
program has now found a new vic- 
tim-the basketball team. The Aggies 
mired through a long, 4-20 season 
that may appear to have been worse 
than what the final record indicates. 
Eleven times DVC lost by ten points 
or less, and almost pulled off a huge 
upset over the divisional champs of 
Albright. Yet almost doesn't count! 

The squad was led by seniors Bill 
Walters and Tom Kehoe in most of 
the overall statistics and were the 
real "spearhead" of the team. Bill led 
all of his teammates in scoring with 
413 total points and 17.2 points per 
game average while pulling down 
most of the rebounds. Tom finished 
second in scoring on the team and 
led in free throw accuracy 75%. The 
underclassmen also performed well 
down the stretch and are to be com- 
mended. 

Next season brings upon coach Les 
Lombardi the difficult task of replac- 
ing Waiters and Kehoe, but he has a 
solid nucleus of returning talent 
which may transform the 1981-1982 
season into a winning one. 





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Men's Basketball (4-20) 




81 


Swarthmore 


92 


86 


Wilkes 


92 


63 


Elizabethtown 


71 


75 


Kings 


79 


77 


Fairleigh-Dickinson 


71 


60 


Drew (o.T.) 


63 


73 


Muhlenberg 


94 


65 


Allentown 


73 


74 


Ursinus 


97 


84 


Albright (30. T.) 


89 


82 


Spring Garden 


65 


97 


Muhlenberg 


70 


83 


Susquehanna 


115 


75 


Juniata 


82 


54 


Moravian 


64 


75 


Scranton 


100 


70 


Wilkes 


74 


73 


Phila. Pharmacy 


91 


57 


Scranton 


64 


90 


Washington 


106 


71 


Fairleigh-Dickinson 


86 


63 


Kings 


76 


73 


Kutztown 


97 


71 


Lycoming 

Head Coach-Les Lombardi 
M.A.C. Record (2-11) 


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WRESTLING 

Row 1: Tom Trumbauer, Frank Losagio, Tony Borello, Nick Ness, Rich Wagner, Joe Orr, Bill 
Doe, Charles Wilson, Kim Nicol. Row 2: Craig Deacon, Coach Marshall, Troy Marshall, Bruce 
Stajnrajh, Mark Sands, Fred Siegfried, Jeff Bartholemew, Warren Robertson, Paul Pearson, Carl 
Nebhut, Greg Peltz, Karen Rogers. 






WRESTLERS "PIN" FOURTEEN 

WINS ONTO 

DEL-VAL REPUTATION 

Wrestling consistently displays the 
most impressive showing year after 
year of any Del-Val athletic team. 
The 1980-81 squad again made an 
outstanding showing and produced 
the finest record in DVC history, 
plus a second place showing in the 
league championships. The record 
number of wins becomes even more 
impressive when you notice such 
schools on the schedule as LaSalle, 
Delaware State and Wilkes. 

Coach Robert Marshall has built a 
small school wrestling dynasty here 
at Del-Val which was spearheaded 
this year by undefeated Jeff Bar- 
tholomew and Warren Robertson, 
both seniors who won their respec- 
tive MAC weight championships. 
Joining these two champions were 
Paul Pearson who also won his re- 
spective class along with Troy Mar- 
shall and Tony Novak who turned in 
second-place finishes. Despite these 
fine performances Del-Val still fell 
short of the title by eight points to 
Lycoming, a team DVC defeated 
during the regular season. 

Although our Aggies did fall short 
they should still be commended on a 
fine season's record that speaks for 
itself. 






Delaware State 

Swarthmore 

Upsala 

Ursinus 

LaSalle 

Wilkes 

Scranton 

Lycoming 

35 Susquehanna 
50 Kings 
43 Muhlenberg 
50 Moravian 

36 Messiah 
30 Elizabethtown 
46 Western Maryland 

Head Coach-Robert Marshall 
Captain-Warren Robertson 



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454 


Kings 


438 


436 


Swarthmore 


441 


457 


Moravian 


433 




Scranton 


438 


432 


Upsala 


436 


422 


Ursinus 


428 




FDU 


407 


414 


Dickinson 


416 




Lycoming 


F 


429 


Muhlenberg 


431 




Albright 


419 


438 


LVC 


475 




Widener 


484 




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shack? 



Golfers Do Well Despite Adversity 
Ned Linta was just a bit disappoint- 
ed with the final record of 8-6 that 
his golf team chalked-up for 1981. 
Not to say he was dissatisfied with his 
players, but he was discouraged in 
the fact that the team had very little 
practice because of bad weather and 
the early season the team was forced 
to play during. But still, all in all, his 
squad did just fine. 

The team had a winning record 
and placed thirteenth out of a field 
of twenty-one competing schools at 
the MAC championships, junior Jim 
Waniak was a medal winner and 
placed in the top ten at the tourna- 
ment. In fact, most of the squad con- 
sisted of juniors, which makes the 
future prospect for a winner next 
year seem bright. But then, after 
eightten years of coaching golf at 
DVC, Ned Linta is used to winners! 







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Row 1: Walter Beglery, Steve Walowski, Rich Mellon, Scott Leadbeater, Steve Cook. Row 2: Mike 

Landis, Jim Waniak, Paul Dansbury, Paul Wiemken, Jim Marzac, Tony White, Bill DeMott, Coach 

Linta. 



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Girl's Track 

Row 1: Sue Kulp, Liz Trimble, Barb Meyer, Gail Keieher, Jean Toutkoushian. Row 2: Katie Matinas, 
Joanne Lubanski, Jennifer Wall, Liz Heintz, Jean Stump, Annette White, Jackie Mento. Row 3: 
Carolyn Corkey, Mary Richards, Deb Rizzo, Jennifer Gioiello, Beth Claypoole, Kathy Sheffer, 
Cheryl Boehm, Jean Cranney, Dr. Berthold. 






Track and Field (7-2) 


86 


Swarthmore 


48 




Widener 


42 


55 


Millersville State 


82 




Trenton State 


43 


134 


Elizabethtown 


9 


68 


Albright 


14 




Susquehanna 


90 


68.5 


Ursinus 


64.5 




Haverford 


48 




MAC Championship- 






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Aggies Outrun the Competition 

The Aggie track team once again 
performed extremely well, finishing 
with a 7-2 overall log and a second- 
place finish in the MAC Track Cham- 
pionships. The squad was fronted by 
junior Mark Tankersley, 1980 DVC 
All-American, and senior Warren 
Robertson. Mark finished second 
overall at the meet and set two new 
MAC records in winning both the 
100 high hurdles and 400 intermedi- 
ate hurdles. Warren aided the Aggies 
by winning the javelin competition 
while Steve Trostle took first place in 
the discus throw. 

Overall, it was another banner 
year for DVC in the sport of track 
and field. What about next year? Re- 
member, Mark Tankersley is only a 
junior! 




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Swarthmore 




8 


9 


Albright 




6 


6 


Drew 







2 


Drew 







6 


Ursinus 




8 


1 


Upsala 




7 


3 


Upsala 




11 


19 


Wilkes 




8 


7 


Wilkes 




8 


4 


King's 




10 


10 


King's 




6 


11 


Muhlenberg 




7 


5 


Fairieigh-Dickinson 


4 


5 


Fairleigh-Dickinson 


4 


9 


Moravian 




1 


3 


Moravian 




12 


11 


Susquehanna 




5 


7 


Susquehanna 




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Baseball "Diamonds" for DVC 
Baseball! 

The 1981 DVC Baseball team over- 
came their misfortunes of the pre- 
vious season to post a fine 11-6-1 
overall record. 

Injuries had plagued the Aggies 
during 1980 and they finished well 
below expectations. But head coach 
Frank Wolfgang couldn't help but be 
pleased over his team's performance 
this year. 

Leading the way was Darryl 
Fleiges, a junior second baseman 
who averaged .336 with 8 homeruns 
and 21 runs batted in. Darryl re- 
ceived the squad's MVP award and 
was also selected to the MAC All- 
Star Team. Lenny Conrad, a junior 
righthander, was selected as the 
most valuable pitcher for the team. 
He posted a 4-2 record with a 3.08 
earned run average. Thus, add an- 
other fine team to the list of winners 
at DVC, "the school of champions"! 




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Girls' Baseball 

Row 1: Debbie Ashe, Karen Kerner, Bernle Romano, Ann Marie Sauchick, Irene Costa, Karen Marzulli (coach). Row 2: Marsha Warner, Kathy Ann 

Held, Donna Cassano, Sandy Yerkes, Chris VanArsaalen. Row 3: Janic McNeil, Denise Yeager, Michele Forry. 




J^ew baseball team 
shows promising future 







Rough Schedule, Mediocre 

Record, 

Fine Team! 

Girls' Softball, the "new kid on the 
block" as far as DVC sports are con- 
cerned, steadily improves year after 
year and this season was no excep- 
tion. 

The Lady Aggies, under first-year 
coach Karen Marzulli, completed a 
commendable 6-6 season against a 
really tough array of opponents, 
which included league champion 
Scranton and always-tough Wilkes. 

The team was catapulted by junior 
catcher Irene Costa, who batted a 
fine .385 with 17 hits in 44 at-bats. 
Backing-up Irene was Marcia 
Werner at a crisp .353 and Donna 
Cassano checking in at .346. But bat- 
ting wasn't the only strongpoint of 
the squad because the defense was 
also superb. 

So, for 1982, Coach Marzulli has to 
be waiting in anticipation because 
the outlook appears good. 





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Softball (6-6) 




4 


Scranton 


14 


6 


Upsala 


3 


4 


Ogontz Campus 


12 


8 


Ogontz Campus 


2 


12 


Wilkes 


13 


10 


Wilkes 


6 


11 


Widener 


9 


6 


King's 


7 


21 


Fair leigh -Dickinson 


13 


13 


Muhlenberg 


1 


9 


Moravian 


10 


1 


Albright 

3rd place finish 
in MAC Northeast 


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A-Day 

Row 1: Bill Bippus, Cathy Choma, Gwen Staufler, Carol Bossone. Row 2: Howard Smith, Tacy Morgan, Gene Dayle, 

John Draper, Alice Mark. 



Row 1: Dr. Brubaker, Cindy 
Thomas, Dawn Fitzpatrick, Jean 
Weisbecker. Row 2: Jennifer 
Gioiello, Donald Dobbs, Jamie 
Provenzano. Row 3: Sal Sangrigoii, 
Bob Fay, Patty Casey, Cathy Ick- 
inger, Frances Goitz, Mary Tell- 
mann, Sharon Denzler, Theresa 
Verderame, Patti Bieniakowski. 



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DTA 

Row 1: Tom Vernachio, Kitty Stone. Row 2: 
Carol Bossone, Donna Boyer, Michelle Hoke, 
Mark Beale, Ron Bates. Row 3: Marie Bergen, 
Tim Fekete. 




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Band 

Row 1: Ted Stainbrook, Greg Smith, Craig Edgerton, Susan Russ, 
Cheryl Boehm. Row 2: Glen Cheetham, Danny Roerig, Lynda 
Bomberg, Tom Nauman, Tom Tomlinson. Row 3: Terry Allworth 
(director), Mark Wicks, Cathy Dell, Michael Rutherford, Andy 
Havington, Drew Fillipo. 



Bertkold's bees, fraternity sisters? 




Apiary 
Row 1; 
Kuhns, 
Dolye, 



Richard Weidman, Sue Kulp, Gail Kelener, Michael Jaskolka, Dr. Berthold. Row 2: John 
)im Parsons, Wanda Perugini, Bob Chambers, Russell Burkett. Row 3: Marie Bergen, Eugene 
Sally Carber, Amy Wright, Ron Johansen, Joanne Lubanski, Greg Kiess, Richard Hoskins. 




Apiary Society 

The Apiary Society of Delaware 
Valley College is still a relatively un- 
known club, for many people don't 
know what activities the club offers. 
The club helps students learn how to 
control their fear of bees while 
learning how to care for them and 
make use of their good attributes. 

A few times annually the club 
meets to extract honey from the 
hives located in the outer boundries 
of the orchard. At this time members 
may sample pure fresh honey and 
also learn packaging techniques. 

The society also attends judging 
competitions in Bucks County, NJ 
Beekeepers association meetings 
and visits laboratories. 




Row 1: C. Wolf, G. Wolek, J. Witmer, D. Bobenrieth, T. Zeller, D. Machon; Row 2: J. 
Ramano, L. Munz, M. Tellmann, R Blauvelt; Row 3: M. Richards, G. Gerner. 





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Cleaner 

Row 1: Jill Bitner (co-editor). Lean Bindley (co-editor), Linda 
Hahn. Row 2: Lorri Gerus, Jane Smeallie, Gail Garthwaite, Wan- 
da Perugini, Dan Schwalm. 



Citemry Magaz'me 
returns to D, V£. 






Hillel 

Warren Lewis. Cliff Weinsfein, Micael Cerber, Sally Garber, Michael Sobel, Scott 

Abrams, Larry Ziff. 

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Adventure Club 

Row 1: Karen Rogers, Helen Fitting. Row 2: 
Robert Roamanowicz, Cheryl Boehm, Lauren 
Clawson, Robert Eriemeier, Elizabeth Kelsh, 
Janet Graham. Row 3: Mr. Wolford, Richard 
Scheick, Margaret Mackie, Marian Eck, Rox- 
ann Minguez, Allison Scheib, Robert Cham- 
bers, Elaine Shirely, Jack Hamilton. Row 4: Mi- 
chael Harbold, Steve Walowski, Noel Murray, 
Richard Flynn, Michael McConville. 



Adventure Club 

The Adventure Club is one of the 
youngest organizations at DVC. It 
was started in 1979 by members of 
the student body with diverse inter- 
ests in nature. 

The club has had many, many trips 
to various areas of the Northeast in- 
cluding a trip to New Hampshire 
were activities included ice climb- 
ing, hiking, cross country, and 
downhill skiing. 

Other activities the club has 
planned and carried out have been 
spelunking (caving), rock climbing, 
horseback riding and weekend 
backpacking trips. 

Adventure club officers plan many 
talks and activities that may interest 
the student body as a whole. They 
welcome your parcipation and new 
ideas. 






Block and Bridle 

Row 1: Glenn Yanos, Kathy Shelfer, Louann Splecker, Michelle Malula, Debbie 
Ashe, Bev Brandt, Marian Eck, Tacy Morgan, Barry Bouglas, Joe Orr, Ed Sosienski, 
lamie Provenzano, Fran Coitz Raw 2: Donna Lombardi, Sieve Homesack, Patty 
Casey, Carol Skill, Amanda Dolon, Holly Funk, Carl Vivaldi, Karen Takakty, Dawn 
Fitzpatrick, Sally Harper, Michelle Hoke, Bonna Boyer, Sue Hadaway, Sue Mason. 
Row 3: Charlie Mainwald, James Clunz, Marybelh Bragger, Ron Bates, Tom Vernu- 
chio, Ron McCarthy, Dave Hoick, George Wickersham, Steven Pallis Seth Bacon, 
Steve Ledoux, Sharon Denzler, Mary Vogel, Carol Bossone, Jeff Armstrong, Larry 
Thompson. 





Livestock Judging Team 

Row 1: Mary Vogel, Tom Vernuchio, Marybeth Bragger. Row 2: Ken 
Poorman, Mr. Gilbert (advisor), Amanda Dolan, Phil Keener, Ron Bates. 





Chorus 



Row 1: Janet Kruckow, Carol Kresock, Marian Eck. Row 2: Sheryl Daniels, Susan Russ, Debbie 
Reiss, Jane Smeallie, Linda Monn. Row 3: Michael Kriebel, Greg Smith, Mark Wicks, Russell 
Windle, Steve Corcoran, Emory Kohut, Mrs. Roberts (director). 








Christian fellowship 

Row 1; lack Eiedler, Tom Row. Row 2: Ed Kulp, )err 
Witmer, Karen Reed, Noel Murray. Row 3; Tom Marki 
Jackie Smith, Richard Gales, Michelle Richardson, Gre 
Wolek. Row 4: Greg Smith, Sue Kulp. 





Dairy judging lijrii 

Barb Dusman, Dr. Harner, Karen Burkert, Beth Grove, Nancy Bushey. 








Dairy Society 

Row 1: Tina Taylor, Dan Carr, Russ Jacques, Calhy Felegi, Nancy Bushey, Annette 
Schafer, Greg Kiess, Virginia Wagner. Row 2: Karen Burkert, Craig Mlaker, Rich 
Hoskins, Beth Grove, Sharon Denzler, William Romberger, Martha Cehringer, 
Rob Troup, Tom Nauman, Brad Beidel, l<ine Bomgardner, Russ Burkett, George 
Wickersham, Betty Diehl, Alice Mark, Pc'e Cansick, Tim Bonmen. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT/SOCIAL HOUSE 

Row 1: Joanne Lubanski, Warren Robertson, Anne Myers, Michael Hoke. 
Row 2: Chip Cowher, Hank Knier, Cliff Weinstein, Paul Pearson, Jim Trainer, 
David Clarke, Craig Dobson, lacky Mento. Row 3: Mr. Tasker, Karen Kerner, 
Beth Claypoole, Mary Blaskovich, Mike Gerber, Tom Fournier, Karen Ham- 
mer, Jennifer Coop, Toni Hoelper, Mark Bartholomew, Carl Vivaldi, Carl 
Pellington, Elizabeth Kelsh, Dr. Hill. 



Agronomy Club 

Row 1: Kieran Halpin, Tammy Michna, Jonathan Niehls. Row 2: Mi- 
chelle Richardson, Ron Hoover, Noel Murray. Row 3: Ted Haberland, 
Tom Adams, Elaine Shirely. Row 4: Judy Carbrey, Scott Schukraft, 
Ellen Court, Michael McConville. 



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FLOWERS AND SO MUCH MORE . . 
The Floral Society offers a wide array of 
activities for the students who have an 
interest in floriculture, either as a hobby 
or career. A large part of the club activi- 
ties are the various workshops held 
throughout the year. Floral design work- 
shops are held on many holiday occasions. 
Other club workshops broaden the scope 
of the organization beyond flowers. 
Pumpkin painting, terrarium and dish gar- 
dens, topiary. Homecoming floats and A- 
Day exhibit workshops are examples of 
the Floral Society's diversity of activities. A 
variety of guest speakers, movies, demon- 
strations and short field trips allow mem- 
bers to closely follow current trends and 
generally expand their exposure to ail 
phases of floriculture. A-Day is perhaps 
the Floral Society's biggest activity. In ad- 
dition to some form of floral presentation, 
the Society is responsible for the A-Day 
Flower Show, which is one of the high- 
lights of A-Day. The Floral Society's presi- 
dent for this year is Howard Belfer and at 
the helm as advisor is Dr. John Martin. 



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Floral Society 

Row 1: Mike Schmipf, Howard Belfer. Row 2: Barb Margraff, Dr Martin (advisor), 

Kathy Clute, Tony Nettis, Peggy Devine. Cn-g Wolek. 

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Morticulture flourishes while fish-lovers 

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Horticulture Society 

Row 1: Scott Robertollo, Donald Litchfield, Marie Bergen, Gail Keleher, Charleen Baker. Row 2: 
Martin Rosenberger, Amy Wright, Phillip Sargent, Allison Scheib, Russell Clark, Talea Hekman, 
Tacy Morgan, Jill Bitner, John Ricciardi, Karen Rosenberg, Karen Hammer. 



The Horticulture Society is an ac- 
tive club consisting of fifty-five 
members. Club activities include ap- 
ple and cider sales at football games, 
cider pressing and a student pre- 
pared dinner called the "Hort 
Feast." There is also fruit basket sales 
during the fail semester. 

Traditionally in the spring the 
Horticulture Society attends the 
Pennsylvania Fruit and Vegetable 
Growers' Meetings in Hershey, PA. 
Additionally, the club has a banquet 
and presents an A-Day exhibit-the 
club's exhibit took first place last 
year. 

The club advisors are Dr. Neil Vin- 
cent and Dr. David Blumenfield. The 
president this year is Russell Clark. 





TROPICAL FISH CLUB 
Dominic Centonze, Bill Lezzer 



The FFA, little heard of in the past 
few years, was recognized at the 
1980 Homecoming for its first place 
winning float depicting farming in 
the future. Computer controlled 
farming and super-producing crops 
were combined to give people a 
look at the future of farming. 

The FFA sold live miniature Christ- 
mas trees for the holiday season and 
dwarf Alberta Spruce adorned many 
dorm rooms and homes. 

A-Day 1980 brought a second and 
third place awards to the club with 
their Chainsaw Safety Demonstra- 
tion. 




Juture farmers 




Row 1: Phillip Sargent, Warren Lewis, Debbie Whyte, )ohn Herring. Row 
2: Sue Kulp, Roxann Minguez, Karen Takakty, Alice Mark, Carolyn Fal- 
kowski, Lisa Pekala, Linda Romberg. Row 3: Dan Roerig, Bob Troup, 
Steve Ledoux, Lorri Cerus, Debbie Ash, Richard Walko. 







O. H. Society 

Row 1: Joan Kalanta, Rick Cuneo, Jenny Nicholas, James Romano, Tony Fry, Gail Garthwaite, Wanda Perugini, Pa 
Rosenquest, Scott Lieb, Patt Barron, Steve Deibler, Jeanne Cirotti, Larry Sioma, Dina Hachikian, Chuck Baily, Bru( 
Hellerick, Amy Wright, Sally McCall. Row 2: Richard Waiko, Carol Spahr, Shawn Conley, Don Herold, Marian Myhr 
Janice Madlon, Ed Rasbach, Janet Kruckow, Glenn Cheetham, Mike Hoke, Je(f Montagnoli. 




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O H Society 

The Ornamental Horticulture So- 
ciety has been in existance at Del. 
Val. for many years. It has tried to 
deveiope interests in club members 
in activities related to both the land- 
scape and floriculture majors. Areas 
which are not thouroughly covered 
by courses are pursued by the club. 

Ornamental Horticulture Society 
has planned many workshops and 
speakers in diversified areas such as 
hydrophonics, interiorscaping, tis- 



sue culture and nursery manage- 
ment. Bonsai, terrarium construc- 
tion, and wreath making workshops 
have been held. 

The O H Society has been respon- 
sible for a few major landscaping 
projects on campus. One located 
behind the Agriculture Bulding and 
one in front of the cafeteria. Thanks 
to the officers and students involved 
for suggestions and help in all areas 
of club activities. 





Weight Lifting Club 

Row 1: Dave Crater, )im Loughran, )ohn Creevy, Art Barillo, Scott Rut- 

kowski, Nick Place. Row 2: )im Bardsley, Scott Abrams. 



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RA's 

Tony Novak, Barb Meyer, Harry Delanoy. 




Ram Pages 

Mel Balliet, Jennifer Conway, Nancy Swartley, Mark Phipps, Mike McManlman, Martha Gehringer, 

LorrI Gerus, Tony Novak, Mike Jasolka, Joanne Lubanski, Warren Lewis, Jerry Robbins. 



Kapport 
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Row 1: Eric Smith, Victor C. Jones, Ron Barret, Mark Tankersley. Row 2: 
Eric Reynolds, Jay Nichols, Keith Cooper, Dave Eggleston, Johnny Jones. 

Row 3: Mark Tymes. 




RAP is a social organization that 
attempts to socialize through the 
school to areas within and outside 
the school. RAP sponsors functions 
in order to recruit people to Del Val 
fronn the community. 

The club holds contests such as 
the basketball tournament and holds 
raffles as well as dances in order to 
raise money for the club. 

The club held a fashion show April 
24th of 1981 which was a success. 
Everyone who attended and partici- 
pated had a good time. 

RAP also offers interclub contests 
to its members to hold interest in 
the club. 



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EQUESTRIAN TEAM 

The equestrian team is an intercol- 
legiate competing team under the 
athletic department. The team com- 
petes with nineteen other colleges 
and universities in the tri-state area 
including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, 
Delaware, and Maryland. 

The team competes for two se- 
mesters and then totals the number 
of points each member has accumu- 
lated at the horse shows. Those per- 
sons qualifying with the most points 
then represent DVC at the Regional 
meet. The first and second place 
winners from the regionals then at- 
tend the Nationals. 

This year the team is captained by 
Dawn Perusek and co-captained by 
Laurie Jackson. 



EQUESTRIAN TEAM 

Dawn Perusek-captain, Laurie )ackson-co-captain, Pat McKeown, Bob Cann, Sherri Eskesen, Lynda Romberg, Lisa Zuccherro, Hope Boyne, 

Kathy Gill, Betsy Nehoda, Bob Bodine, Margie Grontkowski 




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BUSINESS CLUB 

Delaware Valley College's Business 
Club got its 1981 school year off on 
the right foot by participating in 
homecoming. They entered a float 
and the Homecoming Queen nomi- 
nee was Terri Domagala. 

April first the Business club held a 
career conference. Thirty speakers 
from fifteen areas of business were 
represented. The speakers offered 
adviced to the students attending 
especially in the area of making ca- 
reer decisions. 

For A-Day 1981 the business club 
presented their annual computer 
print out booth, where T-Shirts, cal- 
endars were sold. In the computer 
room the computers were set up so 
the public could play games on 
them. 

The business club also held a din- 
ner dance at Highpoint Racquetball 
Club and Resturant on Feb. 20th. A 
good time was held by all. 



Basic 
Business 




The Chem Club consists of Dela- 
ware Valley College students with an 
interest in chemistry. The club's 
main concern is to provide its mem- 
bers with a better understanding of 
the field of Chemistry. 

The club takes trips to chemical 
industries and businesses in the area, 
and invites guest speakers to give 
lectures on topics of interest. As a 
rule, the Chem Club donates a gift to 
the Chemistry department at the 
end of the year. 



7ood industry 



The food industry club this year has par- 
ticipated in its own concession stand at 
home football games to raise funds. The club 
uses the funds along with the money earned 
from the previous A-Day to help send the 
club on an extended field trip in the spring. 
Last years trip was to Delaware and Mary- 
land, during which the club visited General 
Food in Dover Delaware, Chun-King in 
Cambridge, Maryland and the USDA micro- 
biological branch in Maryland among others. 
The club also had a guest speaker. Dr. Francis 
P. Tangel, a DVC alumnus associated with 
Ungerer Flavor House, speak on career op- 
portunities and graduate schools. The club 
also helped sponsor a talk given by the presi- 
dent-elect of the American Chemical Soci- 
ety, Dr. Alan Lettlemoyer of Lehigh Universi- 
ty. The president of the Food Industry Club 
this year is Paul Brindisi and the advisor is 
Mr. Richard Dommel. 




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Kadio station U'DVC 



The Delaware Valley College Cam- 
pus Radio Station was referred to as 
the WAPO Biome since 1969. How- 
ever in the fall of this past year, it was 
decided by WAPO officials working 
in conjunction with the APO officers 
to dissolve the WAPO call letters and 
instate the new name; WDVC. The 
main purpose of the station is to 
bring listening pleasure to the stu- 
dents, and also to keep them updat- 
ed on campus activities. Station 
President for this year is David Geyer 
and the advisor for the station is Dr. 
Robert Orr. 



State Penn ''Locks Up" Intramural Football 
Title 

State Penn. was one of the better teams dur- 
ing the 1979 season despite the fact it lost in 
the playoffs. 1980 was a different story, as the 
team fought it's way through the competition 
to capture the coveted football crown. Will 
1981 see a repeat performance? Only time will 
tell! 



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Volley bait Crowns Three New 
Champions 

DVC Volleyball Intramurals always at- 
racts a large number of participants 
ind the competition is always fierce, 
naking it extremely difficult to repeat a 
rhampionship. That was exactly the 
;ase in 1980 as all three divisions saw 
lew teams take the titles. 

In the men's division, ESAD unseated 
he High Flyers by defeating the Jump- 
ers in the final. The ladies league was 
aptured by Barness I via its victory 
)ver US in the Championship game, 
he co-ed portion of the program saw 
he Spirited Spikers succeed SNAFU, 
he 1979 champs, with their victory 
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E-M-O Spells Upset to the Vandals! 
Men's intramural hockey DVC 
style is always hot, heavy, and furi- 
ous. This season was no example as 
Vel's Vandals dominated the regular 
season and wound its way through 
the grueling playoffs to the final 
against EMO, a team they had beaten 
handily during the regular season. 
But as fate may have it, EMO copped 
the title 3-2 and showed the Vandals 
aren't unbeatable! 





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was done during the growing season. 



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Examine closely an old gnarled oak 
tree. See how the bark and branches 
have withstood the test of time. Each 
year the tree grows taller, wider, and 
stronger. The wood of the tree is a re- 
cord of it's growth. As the rings pro- 
gress towards the center of the trunk, 
you come to the very essence of the 
tree-it's heart. What is in your heart. 
Senior? With what growth and maturity 
has time surrounded your heart? This 
great oak began as a seedling, just as 
you began as a small infant. Somewhere 
within the rings of that oak tree is the 
sapling. Is the child you once were 
within your heart? 



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1. Rich Brandel 

2. Pat O'Leary 

3. Don Cook 

4. Steve Saphos 

5. Cathy Sucharski 

6. Gail Aubrey 

7. Rick Niemann 

8. John Schultz 

9. Ron Bates 

10. Mark Kopple 

11. Patty Casey 

12. Glenn Wilkins 

13. Steve DeGhetto 

14. William Walters 

15. Sally Garber 

16. Tom Murdough 

17. Marcella Gatti 

18. Bob Przekop 

19. Deborah Fry 

20. Doug Finke 

21. Brian Duffy 

22. Dennis Kline 

23. Bill Cartwright 




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\DAhAS, THOMAS L III 

1408 Calvary Rd. 
Bel Air, MD 21014 
Hey Mildred!!; 4 Wheeling; Where's 
Security? Model Student, Late studying 
for S.F.; Dinners; Fall 79; Ralph want to 
bet? Cheesecake in Lahaska; Does she 
have to ring up these groceries? The 
Maryland Run; Yes Officers; Tuition 
Hikes. 

Agron. 3, 4; Delta Tau Alpha Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4. 
BEALC, MARK W. 
112 Ceylon Ave. 
Pelican Island 
Seaside Heights, N| 08751 
Oldtimers; Work 2nd; Roadtrips to 
Stonehill; Aggies Football; "Lock the 
door Batesie,"; Nancy Jean; Senkels; 
Kelly's; Chucker; Rich; Thanks to my 
family; A-Day parties; Academy; Gen- 
eral; Danny Biggser; NBI; To all at DVC 
Thanks! 

3 years Varsity Football; Crabs '80 Intra- 
mural team; DTA; Agron. Club; Varsity 
Club; Oldtimers Intramural Baseball; 
Basketball; Volleyball. 
BIPPUS, WILLIAM L. 
21 Mitchell Ave. 
Roseland NJ 07068 
Always remembering the love for my 
parents; What I am because of them, I 
am proud to be their son; With Gods 
blessing 1 am looking forward to be- 
coming a farmer and a lifetime with my 
love Carolyn. 

Student Trainer; RA; A-Day Committee 
'81; Agron. Club. 
CARTWRICHT, WILLIAM 
64 Wagon Bridge Run 
Moorestown NJ 08057 
DeAntonio, Frank 
411 West Main ST. 
Norristown, PA 19401 
DeCHETTO, STEPHEN 
144 West Franklin St. 
Bound Brook, NJ 08805 
Special thanks to Mom & Dad; Remem- 
ber Rm 30; Frank & the "Hefer"; Miller 
Hall & the Beer Hounds; GBOS Out- 
ings; Shad Fishing with Larz, Homey & 
Jawbone; Life at Goose Valley with Q; 
Chad, Nick & Albie; Motto "Join the 
club"; See you in Maine; Herb. 
GVL; GBOS; WRA; SOF; SOB. 





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DeNOMA, fOHN 

202 Carter Rd. 

Princeton, N) 08540 
Drews Big Date; Tenting; SOM; Brown- 
ies Chisompop; SC; Daddis; Bagworm; 
Limbo Parties; Blender Mama; Emascu- 
lators; Lost in the Poconos; Planet 
Claire; NBI; Drooboo! Flagged; Andy 
Aztec; MD & Phi Sig; The Vous; Hush 
Puppy Fridays; Thanks to Mom & Dad. 
Agron. Club; Wrestling, IM Volleyball- 
Softball; Dance Marathons; Swim Club; 
Yearbook. 
DiSTBFANO, CKACE M. 

1409 Landmark I 

Rt. 295 & 70 

Cherry Hill, N) 08034 
DONOHUE, STEVEN /. 

416 West Ave. 

Jenkintown, PA 19046 
Clinton St. Gang; Field trips with 
friends; Jumping hedges on a dare; 
Hanging out at Segal Hall; Frisbee; A- 
Day Projects; Seminar and guest lec- 
tures; Who learns but does not use 
what he knows is one who plows but 
never sows. 
ENCELKE, WILLIAM C. 

636 Ridge Rd. 

Telford, PA 18969 
FEKETE, TIM 

5-05 Elizabeth St. 

Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 
I hear the wings, the winds, the river 
pass, and toss the fretful book upon the 
grass. Poor book, it could not cure my 
soul of aught. It has itself the old dis- 
ease of thought. Waher Conrad Arens- 
berg. 

Agron. Club; DTA; Tropical Fish Club; 
Lab Animal Club; Intramurals. 



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FRIDAY, TRACY 

253 Morgan St. 

Phoenixville, PA 19460 
GOODSON, MARK 

560 Briar Cliff Rd. 

Pittsburg, PA 15221 
Holy Smokes! Thanks for the educa- 
tion; Really all I want is to go to heaven 
& play a harp; The truth is we are only 
tiny pieces of Copenhagen floating 
around in the great spitoon of life; I'm 
bummin! Later DVC. 
Bongs 1 & 2,; Library 3 & 4. 
CRUBER, DONNA 

7804 Whitaker Ave. 

Philadelphia, PA 19111 
LAKE, DIANNE 

7 Village St. 

Reading, MA 01867 
"The most I can do for my friend is to 
simply to be his friend"-Thoreau; Lots 
of love, respect & thanks to Mom, Fa- 
ther, Sam, & Gina P. 
MILLER, THOMAS 

64 South St, 

Milltown, NJ 08850 
MURRAY, NOEL JAMES 

2655 Union Ave. 

Pennsauken, N] 08109 
We as Agronomists should know these 
things; The insects, rocks, soils & seeds 
The grasses, trees, crops & weeds. I've 
spent 4 great years here And 3 sum- 
mers-that's true With Summer School, 
the Dairy And general Ag. too. 
Agron. Club; Christian Fellowship; Soil 
Judging; Weight-Lifting Club; Cross 
Country; Wrestling. 
RAAB, DONNA 

115 Holmes Ave. 

Allentown, Ml 48002 




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RBIUY, NANCY M. 

16 Llandillo Rd. 
Havertown, PA 19083 
To Mom, Dad & family; Thanks for all 
your love support & understanding; To 
my friends- "The great thing in this 
world is not so much where we are, but 
in what direction we are moving." Oli- 
ver Wendell Holmes 
RUBY, TIMOTHY 
15 Lois Circle 
Monroe, CT 06468 
Work Hall; The "House"; Road Trips; 
Weekend binges; Army-Navy; Thrown 
out; Good Friends; Mitchells' Mid- 
weekers; Peace Valley; Rolling out the 
kegs; BB's; Thanks Mom & Dad for your 
support & love for these four years. 
SHAFER, TODD 
119 Lake Shore Drive 
Oakland, NJ 07436 
SHAFFRAN, MICHAEL 
Box 112 

Mechanicsville, PA 18957 
SHIRLEY, ELAINE 
145 Barnhart Rd. 
Westminster, MD 21157 
Thanks Mom & Dad for all your love, 
help & support! Dance Marathon; 
Wheezie; TA's personal secretary; 
Acette; Hey George! Mega Cookie 
Lady; Six Pack; Robigalia; Bubbles look 
alike; Elma; SOM; Thanks friends; Love 
you all Keep in touch. 
Agron. Club 2, 3, 4; Adventure Club 3, 
4 Volleyball Intramural 2, 4; Dance 
Marathon 3. 
TRIMMER, MARK 
RD #2 Box 105 
East Berlin, PA 17316 
Joe's power football; Porkers; Basket- 
ball; Rocknames; Softball; Strat-o-ma- 
tic; Drew's date Shore trip; Tag team 
backgammon; Thanks to my parents for 
their help & support. 
Intramural Volleyball; Basketball & Soft- 
ball. 

WILLWERTH, JAMES 
120 Hummer Rd. 
Ephrata, Pa 17522 






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ALCXY, KIRK 

11703 Millbrook Rd. 
Philadelphia, PA 19154 
AUBREY, GAIL BLLBN 

5100 Tumbleweed Drive 

Holiday, FL 33590 
Barness does it best; Boyle & "Bells"; 
Remember Barness # 2; AMF; "Going 
off the wall"; Pig Hats; "Animal"; 
"Amy-Sing-a-longs"; "Pink Peeps"; 
Sue; Roomie; )F: Segal Hall; Pup; # 6; 
1/1/78; "Night in the City"; MSU; "551 
Heart-Break Hotel; 2/15/80; To O'Rye 
& Bean, Mom & Dad, you gave me love, 
luck & Happiness; Much thanks for all 
your support! 

Cheerleading; Lab Animal Club; SNA- 
FU; IM Hockey & Softball. 



BATES, RONALD O. 

RD #4 Box 175F 

Latrobe, PA 15650 
Here's to DVCI Ulman Hall; The Fugar 
Tribe; Work Hall 2nd; B & B; Student 
Affiliate; The Profs, especially D. Pelle, 
Hofsaess & Mr. Gilbert; To Pup, Gary, 
Bob, Bealer, General D.P. & Hot; The 
Judging Team; Thanks Gail; Thanks 
Mom, Dad, & Aunt Hazel. Football Fr., 
Soph., & Jr.; DTA Jr., & Sr.; B & B Club 
Soph., Jr. & Sr. Pres. Sr.; North-East Stu- 
dent Affiliate Jr. & Sr., Pres. jr.; Work 
Study Jr. & Sr. 
BIENIAKOWSKI, PATRICIA E. 

143 Conrad Ave. 

Waterford, NJ 08089 
Thanks to Mom & family for love & 
support thru the 4 years; Anth, thanks 
for sharing part of your life with me; 
With the help of the Lord we will go 
beyond our dreams; Luck to Tracy & 
Lisa. 

Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2; B & 
B 2, 3, 4; Lab Animal Club 3, 4; IM Vol- 



leyball, Softball; A-Day Committee. 
BOSSONE, CAROL 

27 Bodine Rd. 

Berwyn, PA 19132 
Four years? it's been great; All its ex- 
ams; All its papers; Over the woods & 
through the field with Cross Country; 
All those rainy horse shows; Thanks 
Dad, Mom & Everyone. 
B & B 4 yrs.; Equine Club 4 yrs.; Esques- 
trian Team 2 yrs.; DTA 2 yrs.; Apiary 
Club 4 yrs.; A-Day; ICC; X-Country 4 
yrs.; IM's Softball & Floor Hockey. 
BOYER, DOMNA /. 

RD #1 Box 80 

Bernville, PA 19506 
Popcorn; Frosh. Pranks; ND 2: Chem 
Final; Hoker Wolf's Mayonnaise; Nats; 
A-Days; Sheeplys; Halloween; Walks 
with Rick; B & B Banquets; Green- 
house; Hamps; Gina & D our 3rd roo- 
mate; Jen & Janet's greenhouse; Sally 
Baby; Mother Hoke; ILY RC; Thanks 
Mother, Dad & Bret. 
B & B; DTA; Hort; Chorus; IM Hockey. 




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CASEY, PATRICIA 

3507 Primrose Rd 
Philadelphia, PA 19114 
Watered room; What happened lo the lights? 
Sure you can; Techniques costume; Beatle Magic; 
Pinchie; March 17lh; Lulu; Moron; Carbonated 
H,0; "tuna"; Crabbies; Apple; Cherry's Dadi's; 
"eight"; Cuties; "Mom"; All my love & eternal 
thanks to Mom & Dad. 

B & B Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab Animal Club VP 3, 4 
CHAS4ELIN, RUTH WOLFE 
1618 Bachmans Valley Rd. 
Westminster, MD 21157 
)an 5th 1980; I love you Martin! Dione! Fozzv 
Face, Liz, Kitty, Marie! Brownsteins? Dairy trips- 
I've had it up to here with you!! Coats! Why do 
those cows have sheets on? Karens sledge ham- 
mer anesthesia; Thanks to all my friends! 
Showed dairy cows in A-Day show. 
COMERCI, NICK 
540 Plympton St. 
New Milford, N| 07646 
Goose Valley Lodge's birth & demise; (Eric you're 
ridiculous); Elson 21 (2x get out); "Watch the train 
car please"; Special love & thanks to my folk, 
Yankee Lady-so good to me. 
CUNNINGHAS4, 5HELIA MARIE 
16 Birchwood Circle 
Chalfont, PA 18914 
Sat. morn, classes; Going out to lunch; A-Day 
animals; Layne's; Dusty & Rosie; Meg's car; Farm- 
er Joe's cows; B & B Trips; Studying; "Time Pas- 
sages"; Thanks Mom, Dad & "Gagi" for their love 
& support. 

Sigma Society; B & B. 
CYBOWSKI, BARBARA 
45 Hall St. 
Clifton, NJ 07014 
Making Hay; Porno Day; Pulling weeds & Pulling 
teats; Golden Boy; Train to Phillie; What kind of 
Dacquiries? Summers are better! Mom & Dad, 
thanks for making it possible; Mark-thanks for all 
your love & support-you made it bearable. 
B & B Club; IM Floor Hockey & Softball. 
DANIELS, SHERRY 
221 Schooley's Mtn. Rd. 
Long Valley, N) 07853 
Barness Box Soccer; Techniques Final; Chaz; Bea- 
tle Magic; "Pig's way of thinking"; "Tough 
Course"; "Shut up I'm talking!!" Who are you? 
Lab Animal Picnic; Oh jeseus No! "Mom"; Oct.; 
Phenomena; Jr. Dance; Crabbies; Much love to 
Mom, Dad & Andy. 
Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4; Equestrian team 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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128 N. Mill St. 

Birdsboro, PA 19508 
Water Fights; "Read my lips"; Bouncing 
Eggs; A-Day (Heidi, 7-up, Heather, 
Becky); Alfalfa's; Huggy Bear; Thanks to 
Holly, Roberta & my family for all their 
support; Special love & thanks to my 
Mother who made this all possible. 
B & B 1, 2, 3, 4; Livestock judging Team; 
IM Floor Hockey 1, 3, 4; IM Softball 2, 
3, 4; IM Basketball 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4. 
DOWD, BERNIB 

Box 97 Casino Drive 

Farmingdale, N] 07727 
That always present but rarely spoken 
thanks & love to my Mother & Father; 
Lauren, Liz, Jennifer, John thanks for 
being family; To Laurie Jackson "our 
dreams & future together"; Intrepid; 
Mrs. Hershner; Coach; Sue; Roe; DVC 
friends, thank you. 

Wrestling; Judging Team; Apiary Soci- 
ety. 
FUNK, HOLLY 

Rt. 202 

Holicong, PA 18928 
Water fights; Phillies #1; Three Muska- 
teers; Toots & Shasta; Quotable Quotes 
from Ed Lawrence; YUCCAS; Good- 
noe's; Shearing Sheep & Mountain 
Oysters; Bert & Dan, Amanda, Ken, * 
Barb-Thanks; Thanks Mom & Dad for 
ail the love & support; I made it! 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; IM Softball 2, 3, 4; B & 
B 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Day 1, 2, 3, 4; IM Floor 
Hockey 1, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; IM Tennis 1; 
IM Basketball 4; Football & Basketball 
Stats 2, 3, 4. 
CATTI, MARCBLLA B. 

15 Highpoint Rd. 
Staten Island, NY 10304 

Mom & Dad- I believe in the love you 
gave me; I believe in the faith that can 
save me; I believe in the hope & I pray 
that some day, it may raise me: Bill & 
Elg- we did iti 
CAY, MARJORIB RUTH 

401 8th 

Riverton, NJ 08077 
Barness Babes; Cooke 2nd; Gooseval- 
ley; Mechanicsville good w/the love 
from Bill; McNalles; Fishing at Peace 
Valley & Nockamixon; Union Grove; 
Water Gap; Orchards; All my room- 
mates; Champions Floor Hockey; 
Thank you very much Mom & Dad for 
everything. 

RA; Floor Hockey; Fishing; Camping. 
HADAWAY, SUSAN GAIL 

16 Northview Terrace 
Cedar Grove, NJ 07009 

Treasured friends & memories; Laura 
roomie of 4 years; Chris the best year; 
late night talks; Jamaica; Sally "The 
Phaso" ND; Mr. J.; No Problem; Its all 
been great; Special thanks to Mom & 
Dad for their guidance; I love you both. 
Small Animal Lab; B & B. 








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HAHN, JUDITH f. 

415 Schollar Lane 

Springfield, PA 19064Buckingham- 
parties; Landlord; Maynard, Charlie, & 
"Rover"; Star(ee-ee-ee); Always freez- 
ing; Mare & Double Stuffs; RW-I 15; 
Cw's; Thanks for cooking (Bern & 
Lizer); For finally coming out (DP); I 
can't believe we made iti 
NAH. 
HARPER, SALLY 

634 3rd Ave. 

Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 
Italian Momma; Still trying; Wildwood's 
peeping Tom; Thanks to all the special 
friends; You will never be forgotten Liz, 
it's been great; Mom & Dad thanks for 
all your love & support; Couldn't have 
made it without you. 




4 yrs. B & B, VP Sr. year; Christian Fel- 
lowship 3 years. 
HELBIBY, HELEN ARLENE 
1752 Hinaman Heights 
Williamsport, PA 17701 
Thanks to my family for making college 
possible; It has made me realize the 
more I learn, the more there is to learn 
B & B; Equine Club. 
HILL, STEVE 
RD #2 Box 236 
New Hope, PA 18938 
HOMESACK, STEPHEN L. 
26 Donna Place 
Matawan, NJ 07747 
NMTT; Horse Sales; Ronnie's House; 
Equestrian Team Looking Good; Super 
People; Jumping Hurdles; Looking up; 
No Rodeo; A-Day animals; Road Trips; 
Cowboys; Get Psyched; Horse Shows; 
No room at the INN; Thanks Mom & 
Dad. 

Equestrian Team; B & B; Equine Club; 
IM Floor Hockey, Softball, Volleyball 
HORST, MARY ANN 
326 Mt. Rock Rd. 
Shippensburg, PA 17257 
I would like to thank all my friends (esp. 
my close ones) for all the help & advice 
that I received thru my 4 years; Special 
moments I enjoyed came during my 
Soph. & Jr. years; Walerfights; Double- 
deckers; Midnight raids. 
4 yrs. Vars. Hockey; 2 yrs. Vars. Basket- 
ball; 2 yrs. Vars. Softball; IM Hockey- 
Flakey Flyers; IM Softball-Flakey Flyers; 
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HOTCHKISS, ROBERTA 

Rt. 611 South 
Doylestown, PA 18901 
3 Muskateers; Amanda & Holly; Yuccas; 
Drowning Horses; A-Day; Phoenix & 
Butch; Coodnoes with Ken & Holly; 
Pete's Place; Thank you Dan for all your 
love & patience; Most of all thanks 
Mom & Dad for making it all possible. 
B & B 1, 2, 3, 4; IM Softball 2, 3, 4; A- 
Day. 

ICKINGER, CATHY 
Knight Rd. 
Pennsbury, PA 18073 
8; Cherry's; Dadi's; 6:30 am; Moist on- 
ions; sure you can; Sin City; Constant 
goof off; Wandering mattress; Gerald; 
Rats; "Mom"; Techniques outfit; Pa- 
pers? FY; Please tell me; pie; Pinchie; 
Beatle Magic; He wants you Patty; pour 
some more; Thanks Mom & Dad. 
B & B 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab Animal Club 3, 4- 
Pres. 

JACKSON, LAURIE ASS 
38 Beebe Lane 
Merrimack, NH 03054 
Thanks Mom & Dad for your love & 
support; Homecoming; '78 graduates, 
especially John; Homemade ice-cream; 
Roe my ruminant; Matt, Beener, Mike, 
Snakey Snake, Ratus & the Honda; A- 
Day's for the cows; Thank you for trans- 
ferring Bernie, love you always. 
B & B; FFA; Equine Club; Equestrian 
Team (1 yr. as Cocapt.). 
JACKSOS, MARK H. 
2103 Glenwood Rd. 
Brooklyn, NY 11210 
The 3 B's Beer, Booze & Broads; SS, KP, 
CK, Nina, love ya; Beer & Bongathons; 
This ain't the Mudd Club or CBGB's, 
there ain't no time for that now; Med. 
school or bust; Thanks for the push 
Mom; Love ya Dad (Rock Steady!) 
KSIER, HESRYL. JR. 
RD #2 

Muncy, PA 17756 
Security: We hope you enjoyed our 
Halloween happenings; Edge, Chip & 
everyone, it's been real; To Mom, Dad 
& Sandy I give my love & thanks. 
Student Gov't Soph. & Sr.; Football Fr,; 
Wrestling Fr. & Soph. 
KOPPLE, MARK 
218 South Swarthmore Ave. 
Swarthmore, PA 19081 
MINOR, MATTHEW F. 
47 Aubrey Rd. 
Upper Montclair, NJ 07043 
Thanks Mom for being there; 4 great 
years; EMO; 3 yrs. with Beever; 208; 
Thurs. night parties; EZ ED; Hamilton; 
All my friends; Cheat or Repeat; "Tag- 
gin" Battle; Allience; Haunted Hall; 
Wenches; Fixing the Heat; Good Times; 
Senior yr; Later. 

EMO IM's, Dairy Society; EMO VP; No 
Wench Club. 




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PIKSONS, DANIEL F. 

2342 Koffel Rd. 

Hatfield, PA 19440 
The guys; Tina; Worl< 1st; Hall Games; 
Ken; Late Nighters's; Bar-Bqued chips; 
Those good old Soccer Days; Karen for 
your love now & forever . , . 9/21/78; 
Thanks Mom & Bill for your Love & 
Support, without you none of this 
would have been possible . . . 
Soccer; IM Floor Hockey, Softball, Vol- 
leyball. 
POORMAN, KENNETH 

PO Box 47 

Linden, PA 17744 



Yes Kitty they have two; Down low 
good & 1; Work hall 4 yrs; DVC Sum- 
mers Farm III; Doons, Rick, Mark, Todd, 
Wad, Mike, Dan, Midnight Cowboy; 
Judging Trips; Fat Market Hogs; Special 
thanks to Mom, Dad, & especially Shar- 
on. 

B & B; IM Basketball, Softball, Volley- 
ball; Livestock Judginf team. 
PRESS, JEFFREY 

237 Wyoming Ave. 

Maplewood, N) 07040 
PRZEKOP, ROBERT P. 

66 Columbus Rd. 

Demarest, NJ 07627 



PURCEU, WILLIAM F. 

496 Fairview Ave. 

Paramus, N) 07652 
ROMANO, MARY BERNADETTE 

396 Taft St. 

Bristol, PA 19007 
Crestwood; Candlewick; The House- 
Lizer, Merrist, Judy & Maynard; 202 
Buckingham; Ed's; FF & Tab in Segal; 
Thanks everyone for getting me 
through the 5 yr plan, especially the 
girls. Mom, Dad, & MJR. 
Field Hockey, Softball. 







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84 South Clinton 
Doylestown, PA 18901 
SOLOMONS, RICH 

Hickory Spring Farm 

Pipersville, PA 18947 
"The college had lost its way & every- 
one knew it, except the board of re- 
gents, the Alumni, faculty & 90% of the 
students." James A. Michener. 
STIPP, CONRAD f. /«. 

Mantua Grove Rd. 

Paulsboro, N] 08066 
Ulman 2nd (Animal Hall); Bok Adams; 
C. Theibault; Work 2nd; The Crabs IM 
Champs; Best of Luck to all my friends, 
in the future, keep in touch. 
Football; B & B; IM Football, Basketball, 
Volleyball, Softball; Jr. Class Pres. 
SUCHARSKI, KATHLBBN MARIE 

2324 Margaret St. 

Philadelphia, PA 19137 
To the Coaches, Trainers & Athletes, 
you taught me to be an "AGGIE"; 
"FOOTBALL YOU BETI"; Brenda, Rich 
& Marcella you taught me to laugh; Bob 
you taught me to love; Mom Dad, Walt, 
& Bill you taught me to live; You're all 
forever in my heart! 
Student Athletic Trainer 4 yrs.; B & B 3 
yrs. Equine Club 4 yrs.; Equestrian Team 
3 yrs.; "77-78" Homecoming Queen. 
SWENSON, RICHARD B. 

RD 2 Ridge Rd. 

Lebanon, NJ 08833 
Power Football; Joe's; IM's; Gnomes; 
Weekend at the shore; Ringo's Inn; 
540's; Friends & Nicknames (The Wad, 
Buns, QP, Chief Power Nuts, Midnight, 
Bishop, Dano, & Toddy). 
IM Volleyball, Basketball & Softball. 
TETA, LINDA 

RD #3 

Quakertown, PA 18951 
Cindy & Sue great friends & partiers; 
Cocktails; Wasted in Margaritaville; 
Marge a good drinking buddy & good 
times in AH Tech.; "Fire on the Moun- 
tain"; Trucking Joe; "Hoagies"; Special 
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TRUPPI, ROSBMARIE 

312 Danny Lane 

Northvale, NJ 07647 
Am I late? High Fry; The Door Locker & 
Deb; 4 Singer Farm; Nick & Barnyard at 
Farm #3; The Hallway; AMF Walshface; 
Special thanks to Ruminant Laurie; Be- 
hind it all . Mom & Dad. 
B & B Club-Secrelary '80. 
VBRNACHIO, THOMAS J. JR. 

33 Louis St. 

Carteret, NJ 07008 
Willow; Road Trip; REM; Keystone; 
Chingachgook & Sasquash; Wild Times 
& Wonderous Days. 
B & B; Apiary Society; Circle K; Band; 
DTA; Livestock Judging. 
VOCCL, MARY ALICE 

12 Hemingway Drive 

Dix Hills, NY 11746 
Segal Hall; The Crestwood; 1-15; Don- 
aldson St.;Rl 202-Buckingham; Party??; 
"Alastanun!"; Milestone & Sam; Thanks 
Mom & Dad. 

Livestock Judging Team;' Scuba Club; 
A-Day Committee. 
WALLACE, PATRICIA MARIE 

1 Harvale Drive 

Florham Park, NJ 07932 
Freshman Dinners; Yeh, Kitty!; Partak- 
ing; Halloween clowns; Ulman Crew; 
Laughing Melissa; 4 years with an Orcan 
roommate; thanks JoAnn, they're filled 
with everlasting memories; Much love 
& thanks to Mom & Dad. 
Apirary Society; Lab Animal Club; IM 
Volleyball, Hockey, Softball. 
WALTER, WILLIAM A. 

1427 S. 29th Street 

Philadelphia, PA 19146 
Wow! City boy made it as a farmer; 
High Flyers, flying high; Work 2nd; 
Beers, Beers & Burp! To my family who 
has cared & meant more in my life 
these past years-l LOVE YOU!!! 
Basketball; IM's; Yearbook; Varsity 
Club; Superstars; B & B, WAPO; A-Day 
Rep. 
WEISS, KAREN 

PO Box 34 Perkiomerville Rd. 

Woxall, PA 18979 
IM Softball. 
WHITE, ANNETTE 

911 South Perkasie Rd. 

Perkasie, PA 18944 
Thanks to Mom & Dad & Everyone else 
that helped. Hope to get to Alaska; 3 on 
the road. 
Field Hockey; IM Softball. 





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ABRAMS, SCOTT I. 

475 Leverett Ave. 

Staten Island, NY 10308 
To Mom & Dad, For all your love & 
enduring support. Cod Bless You! . . . 
To a faculty number 1! 
Hlllel; Weightlifting; AIBS; ICC; Chess; 
Cleaner; 100 Mile Club. 
BARDSLEY, JAMES S. JR. 

212 North Lynn Blvd. 

Upper Darby, PA 19082 
Much love & thanks to Mom & Dad, 
Uncle Al & Brenda; Grape Apes; Bugs & 
Alligators; Best of luck to all my friends. 
Welghtlifting Club; IM Activities; EMO. 
BRINDLEY, LEAH 

204 Louise Drive 
Morrisville, PA 19067 
CHOMA, CATHERINE 

17-10 Morlot Ave. 
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 
Nights at Charlies Brothers & Warmin- 
ster West; Flakey Flyers; Breakfast at 
Eds; Ghosts at Stokesbury; "We're hav- 
ing a party" with apples & bananas; 
Benji-All my love now & forever; 
Thanks Mom & Dad for all your help 
and encouragement. 
AIBS; A-Day; IM Volleyball, Softball, 
Floor Hockey. 
DEL GAISO, JOHN 

1022 Snydee Ave. 

Philadelphia, PA 19148 
Thanks Mom & Dad, for everything; I'm 
very grateful for the opportunity you 
have given me; Good-bye Vel's Van- 
dels, R-Team, State Penn, PKK & EMO; 
I'll never forget "YOU GUYS". 
Soccer; Scuba Club; RA; AIBS; IM's; 
ICC. 
ERDELSKY, CINA P. 

Box 56 RR #1 

Titusville, NJ 08560 
Extended versions of Arnold; Hiding in 
the closet; SB in her underwear; rolling 
down the parking lot; Eating out of an 
ashtray? Thank you Mom & Dad for all 
your help & support; Special thanks for 
the perseverance to continue. 
AIBS; B & B; ICC Rep.; IM Floor Hockey 
& Softball; RA; Chairperson of RAEC. 





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FARREU, ATHENA KAREN 

1136 Fairhill Rd. 
Sellersville, PA 18960 
Thanks Mom & Dad for Making it all 
possible; Special thanks to Pete for en- 
during these four years with me & 
hopefully many more; Eco trips Surveys 
in the snow; Dissections in Cooke 
Lounge; Senior Seminars! Thanks Anne. 
Chem Club Sec; AIBS. 
FILUPO, DREW C. 
392 Marilyn Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18901 
The Date Contest; Summers at Del Val; 
D-Town Hospital; Dixie; Tyro; Cooke 
107; Dance Marathons; the 611; 20th 
Birthday; SOM; Dacquiri parties; 
MurphrDoc, HH, Bean, Jackie-the best 
of friends-Cinny & John. 
Band; AIBS; Swim Club; Cross Country; 
A-Day 

FRYE, DOROTHY A. 
1046 Windsor Rd. 
Warminster PA 18947 
GERSHKOW, JONATHAN 
113 West Cheltenham Ave. 
Cheltenham, PA 19012 
Special thanks goes to my Mom & Dad 
for all their guidance, support & help. 
Without you this day would have been 
impossible!! Many long days in quanti- 
tative & long trips in ecology. Thanks 
DVC! 

Hillel; AIBS; Chess Club. 
CRABOWSKl, RICHARD BERNARD 
1321 Fairhill Rd. 
Sellersville, PA 18960 
Klunk! . . . Biochem make-ups . . . Sum- 
mer '80 with the Orchard Crew . . . 
Physics 4 . . . Boo Hoo, the big Fondue! . 
. . green & red Renault-16's FIREBIRD! . 
. . three good years on Goldman 1st . . . 
the times with Sue . . . Thanks Mom & 
Dad! . . . CRAFT! . . . JoAnne? BLAHH! 
Cornucopia; Collegian; Chem Club VP; 
AIBS; A-Day Committee. 
KAHRS, ELIZABETH ANN 
721 NW 80th Blvd. 
Cainsville, FL 32601 
The 3 M's; tramps like us; great friends 
& good convo; "the family"; Galena 
picnic & canoe races; Ecobra; Biology 
bench; adjustments; coping; compro- 
mising; Support, laughter. Wine & 
Chuck; Talking in RM 211; Dinner at 
4:30? Procrastinate! Thanks Del Val. 
Band-Fr. & Soph year; AIBS. 






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KISB, WILLIAM KENT III 

145 White Oak Drive 

Lancaster, PA 17601 
Schnapps on Snow; Road Trip! Harcum 

Wh s; Augie Doggie; Snoozing 

Classes; Sunrise Strip; The House & 
Academy; To Good buddies & Good 
bodies; Thanks to the 3 greatest people 
in the world, Mom, Dad, & Korky; Also 
thanks Sue. 

Yearbook; IM's; Photo Club. 
KOEHLER, JUDY 

1479 Guinea Lane 

Warrington, PA 18976 
LUCAR, JANICE L. 

128 S. Shady Retreat 

Doylestown, PA 18901 
Special thanks to Leah, Liz, Gina & 
Dave; They helped keep things bear- 
able; Also the the PHEAA; The Library 
Staff & a Certain Chem Professor; Is that 
Arnold in the bushes? Grab a disco bag; 
Better late than never! 
LYONS, MARY KATERINE 

1457 Turk Rd. 

Warrington, PA 18976 
Charlies; Warminster West; Ed's nite; 
Flakey Flyers; Dadi's; PA's; A-Day week- 
ends; Traying; Hedge jumping; Pump- 
kin stealing; Booze-to-go; Eco trips; 
Thanks for help & support Mom, Dad, 
fellow Bio majors & my family of Cooke 
1st; I love you. 

AIBS; A-Day Rep.; IM Basketball, Vol- 
leyball, Floor Hockey; & Softball. 
MUNZ, LYNN CAROL 

809 Honeysuckle Drive 

Warminster, PA 18974 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Mike's building 
skills, my brother, Mary, Dot's cars, & 
all who helped; Remember: The AIBS 
trip to China town-BOBO's; Ecology- 
(Van-Riding 101) field trips; Dumbo Pa- 
lermo; UMUC; APO Lives! Thanks APO 
brothers; DVC was fun. 
AIBS; APO. 
MYERS, ANNE 

RD # 3 Box 231 

Dillsburg, PA 17019 
A warm & extended thank-you to ev- 
eryone who has made these past 4 years 
so wonderful & memorable with a very 
special thanks to Mom & Dad; Mur- 
phy's; Cooke 2nd; Mr. T & "Oh Baby!!"; 
Never Again. 

AIBS; B & B; OH; Hort.; Student Gov't 
Treas. '79-'81; A-Day; RA '80-'81. 






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PALERMO, LOUIS K. 

1417 Sandy's Lane 
North Wales, PA 19454 
After two years a transfer; Eco van trips; 
Lost at the academy; Boo-Boo's in 
Chinatown; Dumbo; Anatomy study 
sessions; All right Sahip! 
RUSSELL, BRYANT WILLIAM 
1007 Laings Ave. 
West Bristol, PA 19007 
(Oh baby, Oh baby)-crazy year on 
Goldman 1st with Schroll & the snow- 
mobiles; Porcelain king rides again; 
Kent's 21st party & Anne-who me? An 
alcoholic? No Way! Get me another 
beerl Thanks for 4 great years guys, es- 
pecially Mom & Dad. 
Band; Choral; OH Club; Railroad Club; 
A-Day: Flower Show. 
SCHULTZ, lOHN 
RD #1 

Northumberland, PA 17857 
Enjoying it here & obviously in no hurry 
to leave; Fishing; Being very much m 
love; Fishing; Blue boat; Black Jeep; 
Fishing ... 

TELLMANN, MARY R. 
115 N. Chester Ave. 
Hatboro, PA 19040 
Thanks for your love & support. Mom, 
Dad, Bob, & Lynn; APO; Reach for the 
stars; Bo-Bo's; Eco trips; Cooke Hall 
Cats; Pizza Booth; 4 of the best years of 
my life; Good luck Bio. Class of '81. 
APO; AIBS; Lab Animal Club; A-Day 
Committee. 

WELKE, CONSTANCE L. 
932 Penna. Ave. 
Southampton, PA 18966 
ZUY, DAVID A. 
119 Park Ave. Hyde Park 
Reading, PA 19605 
Barness Incident; Who's Tim Curry? 
Eco Bra; "fondling" memories of Dee, 
Dot, Murt & Gurl; "Oink-oink"; La- 
sagna in Loren's bed? RHPS; Philly ex- 
cursions; Thanks Gina, Loren, Lee, 
"Kizzy," Jan; Oh No! Mr. Bill & of 
course. Mom, Dad & Leah! 
Cornucopia; AIBS; IM's. 



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ADAMS, KEVIN M. 

3569 Nottingham Lane 

Philadelphia, PA 19114 
Academy; High Flyers; "99"; Work 2nd; 
Kegs; The House & All the guys; Florida 
Smokey Joes; Road Trips; Thanks to my 
Father for his patience & without 
whom college wouldn't have been pos- 
sible; Thanks also, for your support 
Kathy. 
Baseball; IM Football; Softball; Referee. 

ALPUCHE, CHARLES J. 

413 West Ave. 

Jenkintown, PA 19046 
THANKS TO: Tom, a great friend & 
roommate! George, Tom, Greg, Dobes; 
For all the memories! Marybeth; For 
making my last 2 years extra special! 
Most of all to Mom, Dad, Dot & Steve; 
For all their love & support! 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; IM's 1, 2, 3, 4; RA 4. 
BARTHOLOMEW, JEFFREY THOMAS 

1929 Cramers Lane 

Easton, PA 18042 
PKK Forever; Thanks Diane; Hey 
Coach, I did it my way! 
4 year letter man; Wrestling; BA Soci- 
ety; PKK. 
BARR, MARLENE M. 

163 Pennsylvania Ave. 

Chalfont, PA 18914 
Friday afternoons '80; Linda: S & D 
Curves; Every man has in himself a con- 
tinent of undiscovered character; Hap- 
py is he who acts the Columbus to his 
own soul! 

BA Society; ICC Rep. 
BENYORSZKY, SOPHIE 

55 Buttonwood Lane 

Doylestown, PA 18901 
Thank Tou Edes Mami es Papi for the 
best years of my life; To the rest of my 
family for their support & encourage- 
ment! "Socializing in the Library"; Swit- 
zerland; Calif.; Central Bucks Ambu- 
lance; Edesem; I can't believe we're 
graduating! 
BERGAMO, MICHAEL 

135 East Laylor 

Atlas, PA 17851 
B & B's; MASH; Work Hall "T"; Foot- 
ball; After the game "festivities"; The 
Boys; The Academy Penalty B's; All 
nighters; Blackouts & B's; Roadtrips; 
Do'in Doughnuts; Every exam; Elson 
Hall; To my Mother goes all my love; 
Thanks Uncle Stan. 

Football; Track; IM Basketball, Volley- 
ball & Softball all 4 yrs. 



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CONLIN, MICHAEL 

4224 Manayunk Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 
Thanks to my entire family for all their 
support, especially Mom & Dad; The 
PKK of Samuel "T"; Bye!!! 
Vel's Vandals; State Penn; "R" Team 
DAVIES, LESLIE 
2226 RD # 1 
Auburn, PA 17922 
Thanks Mom & Dad for your support; 
Thanks Lou Ann for your Love, support 
& patience; Thursday night hall parties; 
EMO; Vaz-A great roomie; The boys in 
the L. 

Football 4 yrs.; IMs Basketball & Hock- 
ey; EMO 3 & 4. 
DEMETRIADES, CEORCE J. 
232 East Berlsch St. 
Lansford, PA 18232 
Thanks for everything Mom & Dad, you 
made it all possible; Howies investors 
we have to refinance; Ulman 1st & 
Academy 3rd; Pooch, Greg, Kid Kehoe, 
Dobes, Spud we had good times- Stud- 
ied very hard together-We did it & 
we're out of here. 

Baseball; Football; IM Ref.; Scuba Club; 
Chess Club; Varsity Club; Theatrical So- 
ciety. 

DOBIES, MARK STEVES 
109 Meadow Lane 
Philadelphia, PA 19154 
Football; Ulman 1st; The Academy; 
Palka, Pooch, Spud, George, Tom & 
Spanky-the best 4 years I ever had; 
Wildwood in Oct.; Thanks to my par- 
ents who gave so very much; I never 
could have made it without you there. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; IM Hockey A Basket- 
ball. 

DOMACALA, TERRI ANN 
619 Severn Rd 
Severna Park, MD 21146 
A well rounded education; Otte; Hey 
Babe; 4-girl room; )udy; Flakey Flyers; 
Mig; "The Cards"; Variety Shows-Edge, 
Warren & Brubby; Marg-The best roo- 
mie; Cooking; Visiting; Talks; Hugs; Lots 
of Love & Guidance from Mom & Dad- 
Thanks. 

Business Club; Floor Hockey; Variety 
Show Coordinator. 
ELSER, CHARLES 
104 Fourth St. 
Feasterville, PA 19047 



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BMBRICH, BRIAN DAVID 

628 East Union St. 
Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972 
Thanks Mom & Dad! Words can't ex- 
press my love for you; Thanks also fam- 
ily, friends & especially my love-Lisa; 
EMO; The Samuel boys; Whose room is 
the keg in? Power Hitters; Bivs; Wiffs; 
Fayette Grill; Conshohoken; Thurs. 
night parties. 

Football 1, 2; EMO 3, 4; Varsity Club 2; 
IM's 1, 2, 3, 4. 
CADD, SHARON LOUISE 
2747 Main St. 
Hatfield, PA 19440 
Fri. Oct. 27, 1978; New Dorm 115; Trip 
to Ithaca, NY; "Wimps-we'li tell them 
you have to meet them"; Best of luck to 
my friends, especially to Cathy, Jenni- 
fer, Cathy, Bob & V; Special thanks to 
Mom. 

Jr. Year: WAPO; Business Club; Sr. Year: 
Student Store. 
CO WEN, VICTORIA R. 
172 Lehman Ave. 
Hatboro, PA 19040 
Mom, Dad I love you-Thank -you for all 
your help & guidance these last years; 
Dust, my love goes to you for all your 
patience & loveThank-you; Jim P-my 
friend, thanks for 2 great years. 
HALL, GARY A. 

High Flyers; Road Trips & Schnapps; 
Kegs . . . "99" Smokey Joes . . . Work 
2nd, Academy, The House & All the 
guys . . . Special Thanks to Mom & Dad 
for understanding my ways & making 
this all possible! 

Winter & Spring Track; IM Football, 
Basketball, Softball & Volleyball. 
HANISCO, DAVID M. 
147 Crockett Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18974 
HORN, DON E. 
4059 Robinwood Rd. 
York, PA 17402 
Thanks to Mom & Dad for making this 
possible; Special thanks to Sherlyn for 
her support; Work 2nd; Academy; High 
Flyers; Farleigh Dickinson Road Trip; 
Skinny Dipping; The House & Com- 
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HOUPT, THOMAS I. 

1352 Easton Rd. 

Warrington, PA 18976 
Good luck to the College & the Foot- 
ball team; Thank you Coach Wilson, 
Mrs. Work, Mrs. Emrlgotii & everybody 
who helped me through my 4 years at 
DVC. 

Football Team. 
KIHOE, THOMAS 

1709 Pine St. 

Norristown, PA 19401 
Academy 3rd floor; "Fat Helens"; 
George, Greg, Spud, Pooch, Dobes we 
made it; Good luck Rich & Tom; Special 
Thanks to my Mom who made it ail 
possible. 

Basketball; IM's; Business Club; Varisty 
Club; Scuba Club; Chess Club. 
KBNNY, THOMAS PATRICK 

1622 Alba Rd. 

Willow Grove, PA 19090 
Pooch, Greg, George, Tom, Dobes-lt 
was a great 4 years; Coach & Mrs. Wil- 
son thanks for all; Mom & Dad for ever- 
ything-You're the greatest; Special 
thanks to Pam for all her love & sup- 
port-my love always, 11-27-801 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; IM's 1, 2, 3, 4. 
KLINE, DENNIS R. 

1952 Howard Ave. 

Pottsville, PA 17901 
Memories of the "T"; Road Trips! Roll- 
ing the Rube Mobile; The House; Rich, 
Don, Gary; Probation; Suspended; 
Peace Valley; Army-Navy; Kelly's; 611 
Bar; NBI; A-Day weekend; Weekends 
are the best; Thanks to my parents; 
Good luck to everyonel 
LAWRENCE, DALE 
1607 Diamond St. 

Sellersville, PA 18960 
MCMAHON, RICHARD 
25 Gateway Ave. 

Iselin, NJ 08830 
Mom, Dad I can't thank you enough; 
Thanks to all my good friends for mak- 
ing this more than worthwhile! Elson, 
Work, The House; Rise & fall of the 
High Flyers; Take care Kath; Too many 
good times to mention. 




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MALICK, MARK A. 

PO Box 188 

Point Pleasant, PA 18950 
SKYMAN '80. 

WAPO. 
MARVEL, IBNNIFER P. 

603 Willowmere Lane 

Ambler, PA 19002 
Thanks Mom & Dad; "Bea, are you sure 
we have to go to class?"; Paul, thanks 
for the good times; "Simone stand up!" 
Jay remember how we slid through 
here; "It's been real!" 
IM Volleyball; BA Society; WAPO; 
Equine Club; Equestrian Team. 
MULLEN, RICH 

1012 Lakeview Terrace 

Pennsburg, PA 18073 
The Work Hall Boys; Bealer, Chuck, 
The General & DP; Thanks Bill, Mom, 
Dad & the family without you I couldn't 
have done it. 

Football; Track; Business Club. 
MONDEVERGAINE, MICHAEL 

2818 South 12th St. 

Philadelphia, PA 19148 
Samuel "T"; Mike, Bold, John, Dork, 
Bart, Hulk; Vel's Vandals Hockey; Frank, 
Matt Take Care; Thank you Mom & 
Dad who made it possible; Thank you 
Mom for your support; Bye. 
Vel's Vandals; State Penn.; PKK; "R" 
Team. 
ROBERTSON, WARREN 

Rt #1 Box 398 

Littlestown, PA 17340 
The good times in Samuel Hall with 
PKK; Our 1st Championship In Foot- 
ball; Darryl & Shows; I wish you all the 
luck in the world; I love you Mom & 
Dad; & I will my wrestling ability to Bart. 
Varsity Football; Wrestling; Track; RA; 
Pool hall manager; Varsity Club Pres. 
WDVC-DJ. 







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SAUCONDRO, GREGORY 

5828 North Marshall St 
Philadelphia, PA 19120 
Ulman ist; Academy; Football; Pools & 
Bookies; MAC Champions; Losing my 
shirt on my night football games; 
"Trains"; 4 years of hard studying; 
Great friends-Tom, Spud, George, 
Puch, Dobes, Spanky, Rich & TK; All my 
love to Mom & Uncle Mike! 
Football; Business Club; Scuba Club; 
Varsity Club; IM's Social Clubs: Chess 
Club; FFA. 
SAPHOS, STEPHEN 

676 Parmentier Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18974 
Misfits, that's all we are; Free the 
WAPO 7; "Don't worry she'll be dead 
in the morning"; Mr. Bill; Colonel, 
you've failed us again; You'll see. Dr. 
Bonze is going to be big, I just know it. 
WAPO; Business Club. 
SCALES, JAY A. 

Croveland Rd. 

Pipersville, PA 18947 
SMITH, JOHN W. 
1552 Elkins Ave. 

Abington, PA 19001 
SNAVELY, PAUL 

114 Cherokee Rd. 

New Britain, PA 18901 
Thanks to Mr. West for helping me get 
through the 4 years. 






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SPAKC, JONATHAN W. 

210 Hillendale Rd. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 
STOLTC, ALDO J. 

1103 Bradford Drive 

Point Pleasant, N] 08742 
All in all it was just another brick in the 
wall-Watters; MLTLL. 
SnVBSTER, WILLIAM E 

Route 404 

Queen Anne, MD 21657 
TODD, TCRRENCCI. 

2580 Exton Rd. 

Hatboro, PA 19040 
The WAPO Crew; The New Britain; 
The Career Conference; Steve are you 
coming? Who could forget the Colnell 
The Keenan classes & special thanks to 
Mom & Dad. 

Business Society '78-'81; Co-Chairman 
1979 Career Conference; Station Man- 
ager WAPO '79-'80; WAPO-DJ 78-'81. 
VAMOS, BEATRIX 

80 Sycamore Way 

Doylestown, PA 18901 
Thank you Mimush, Pips, Williardo; 
Jay's satin sheets & suction cups; Good 
times in Segal; Sun in Jamaica; Looking 
in bars for Jen; Good talks with Deb; 
Cutie-pies "Second Shift"; Driving with 
Soph, went too fast-the best exper- 
ience. 
Volleyball IM's; Business Club; APICS. 



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VELLUCCI, FRANK JOHN JR. 

12150 Aster Rd. 
Philadelphia, PA 19154 
The friends I made; growing up; Van- 
dals champs all 4 years; My Father for 
giving me some financial support; A 
Special thanks to my Mother & Diane, 
all my love forever. 
4 year letterman in Football; IM's Soft- 
ball & Hockey 
WALTERS, CARYR. 
614 Mahantongo St. 
Pottsville, PA 17901 
WINDHOLZ, DIANE J. 
1127 North Easton Rd. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 
Too good to be true . . . "It's over"; 
Country Tavern; Great White Whale- 
29th Street VB; The Wick; Fillies; "Last 
Supper"; Good friends making the best 
of it; Thanks Mom, Dad, but once is 
enough ... To the "More" of life! 
Basketball; IM Softball. 
WINTERBOTTOM, DOUGLAS 
Mill Rd. RD #4 
Doylestown, PA 18901 
YAZUJIAN, JIM 
220 Paxson Ave. 
Schuykill Haven, PA 17972 
Thanks to Mom, Dad & Nana; Thanks 
Denise for your love & understanding . 
. . EMO; Thurs. parties; BIVS; Powerhit- 
ters; Half & a Quarter; Les-Great roo- 
mie; Football-you betlll Hot Diggities. 
FB 4 years; Track; IM's Volleyball; 
Hockey; Softball; Basketball. 






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FRENCH, PA TRICIA A. 

337 Callowhill Rd. 

Chalfont, PA 18914 
Mad Dog, Peach Brandy, Chryslers, Ul- 
man 1979 & Chem Labs; Special thanks 
to my parents for their support, and 
lots of thanks & love to Randall for his 
encouragement; Cheers! 
MESAROS, DAVID V. 

717 Beaumont Rd. 

Fairless Hills, PA 19030 
Ginny, Mom & Dad, Drs. Garrett, 
"Laz," "Little One," "Luge," Orr, "Un- 
cle Ed," "Uncle Jesse," & "Weebes;" 
Hofstaedter, Lawrence, & Tabachnick 
Thanks for the B.S. 
Chem Club; Collegian. *Baby Picture 
SMITH, HOWARD CHARLES 

206 Claremont Rd. 

Philadelphia, PA 19120 
Homecoming 77, 78, 79, A-Day Signs 
79, '80 Chess Tournaments 78, 79, '80; 
A-Day exhibit set up 78, '9, '80; A-Day 
clean up '80 in the rain; Thanks to all 
who helped me through these last four 
years. 

A-Day Committee, Chem Club Trea- 
surer, Chess Club (Pres.), Hillel, ICC. 
SONDEY, SCOTT 

2235 Briarpatch Lane 

Hatfield, PA 19440 




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BURKBRT, KAREN L 

54 Kendall Rd. 

Kendall Park, NJ 08824 
Munchkins! What were once vices are 
now habits; Samuel parties freshman 
year; Gump and the pig roasts; Judging 
team-you must be from Del Vail Good 
times with Little John & now forever- 
10/4/80; Thanks Mom & Dad for ever- 
ything. 

Dairy Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2, 4; DTA 
3, 4; Intramural Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 
Champs 31 
BUSHBY, NANCY 

152 West Forge Rd. 

Glen Mills PA 19342 
What were once vices are now habits; 
Marching Munchkins; Beer & Back- 



gammon in Samuel Hall; Pig Roasts at 
Shireys; Fall Ball & Bowery night; Judg- 
ing team-Are you from Del Val? 
Thought so; Thanks for everything 
Mom & Dad 

Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 2, 3, 4; DTA 
3, 4; IM Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Champs 3. 
CANSICK, PCTtR L 

300 South Park Ave. 

Audubon, PA 19403 

DUSMAN, BARBARA C. 

5406 Sweet Air Rd. 

Baldwin, MD 21013 
Skating on Fridays! Judging with Bethal, 
Myrtle and Maude; Showing Beef and 
Dairy on A-Day; Flyman's laugh; "The 
Bull Books." Early morning swimming 
with Kathy; All my love & thanks to 



Mom & Dad for making this possible. 

B & B; Var. Field Hockey; Soph. Class 

Sec; A-Day; Dairy Cattle Juddging 

team. 

CROVC, BETH A. 

RD #1 

Airviile, PA 17302 
4 yrs. Barness 1st & Mrs. W.; A-Day; 
Dairy trips; Farm Show & Xmas break; 
Summer '80; Judging-VPI Edwena, 
Myrtle, & Maude; Fri. 3 am milking & 
Feeds; Tonka juice; What do you ex- 
pect Tim it's Mon. morning; Good 
dairy friends; Thanks Mom & DadI 
Dairy Society; ICC; Diary Cattle Judging 
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HAMILTON, ANDREW L. 

RD # 3 Box 33 

Claysville, PA 15323 
Thanks Mom & Dad & Mark; It's a big 
one; EMO; Beener; Fiesiy; Ez-Ed; & 
Rest; Allience, Haunted Hall; Thursday 
Parlies; Horseheads; Gel down Andy; 
Hall Slides; EMO Float; AluiDnis; We 
gotta return it; Oak Battles; Pig Roast; 4 
year no probation. 

Dairy Society, DTA; No Wench Club; 
IM's EMO Holder Tap. 
HUSTON, MARK 

RD #2 

Rockwood, PA 15557 
Thanks Mom & Dad for making possi- 
ble the best time of my life, I love you; 
EMO; Fiesty come quick; ACDC; 
Shows; Boys in the L; Thursday nights; 
Liar & Cheat; 208; Haunted Hall; Let's 
go Cell's; Scoffin; Train; Grunlo. 
Dairy Society; EMO Pres.; IM's. 
MOORE, JOSEPH A. 

773 Rock Lane 

Elkins Park, PA 19117 
QUARTUCCIO, JIM 

Box 174 

Perkasie, PA 18944 
Cood times with Chip, Paul, Wendy, 
Edge, & naturally Brenda. 
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SAVO, MICHABL 

254 Riverview Rd. 

King of Prussia, PA 19406 
TAYLOR, TINA M. 

2475 Pine Grove Rd. 

York, PA 17403 
Love & thanks to Mom & Dad ... 4 
years with KK . . . Howdy ... My gang in 
work . . . Who me, corrupt you? 7 guys 
& the shore . . . That's a Hoick question! 
Phillie Champs . . . Wisconsin '80 . . . 
Munchkin friends . . . The time has 
come . . . TTFN. 

FFA; Diary Society; IM Softball, Floor 
Hockey, & Volleyball. 
URBANIK, BD 

71 Claremont Ave. 

Colonia, NJ 07832 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Grandma, Aunts & 
Uncles; Later on to fellow EMO Boys; 
Allience; ACDC Thurs. Nights; 
Riddlers, Fiddlers oye Weggies; Tag 
team with Fiesty, Clipper, Beener 
Emerick, Dering; Don't mess with E-Z 
Allience; Hit that 202 Door. 
EMO; Dairy Society; Baseball; No 
Wench Club; EMO pyrotechnic direc- 
tor. 

WOLFB, BRBNDA B. 
1430 Schoolhouse Rd. 

Perkasie, PA 18944 
4 unforgettable years of laughter, tears, 
friendships & everlasting memories; 
RM 102 with Wendy; Good times with 
Jim, Chip, & Paul, & lots of fun in hock- 
ey & B-Ball; Thanks most of all to Mom 
& Dad! 

Sr. Class Sec; Dairy Society; Hockey; 
Basketball. 






ANTENUCCI, ROBERT 

224 Dayton Si 
Phoenixville, PA 19460 
BOYLE, PAUL JOSEPH 

19 North Madison St. 
McAdoo, PA 18237 
Mom & Dad, I could never thank you 
enough or love you so much; It's been 
an unforgettable 4 years; Patii & Basket- 
ball; Gail & MSU; Donna & the Zonk 
Bunch; Matt, Danny, Dave with B & B's 
to the max; Goodbye DVC!! 
Football. 
BRINDISI, PAUL 

PO Box 473 

Milford, NJ 08848 
Many thanks to the special people who 
made this an enjoyable experience; 
Also thanks to Marc for the boot & to 
Gale for waiting. 
IM Sports. Fl Club. 
DUEFY, BRIAN FRANCIS 

954 Limekiln Rd. 

Doylestown, PA 18901 
Elson Rod & Gun Club, since disbanded 
but still alive in spirit; The greatest 
Hockey Team ever assembled-Vel's 
Vandals; Thanks for the needed inspira- 
tion Mom & lastly DVC done come and 
gone, my oh my. 

IM Basketball Freshman year; Floor 
Hockey-4 years; Softball Jr. & Sr. years; 
Football Sr. year. 
FLUCK, DENNIS W. 

2051 Three Mile Run Rd. 

Perkasie, PA 18944 
CUILFOY, MICHAEL P. 

1275 Dexter Ave. 

Deptford, NJ 08096 
You Gotta admit! Dr Death; Show & 
Tell; QP; Nicknames; Joes; Pigging Out; 
Tag team Backgammon; Summer Vaca- 
tions especially at the shore; Thanks to 
Donna for being there when I needed 
her, which was always; Thanks to Mom 
& Dad. 

IM Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Fl 
Club. 



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CUNTHEK, STEPHEN A. 

349 Larchwood Rd. 

Springfield, PA 19064 
Special thanks to Mom & Dad & Teal 
for your love & support; To my friends, 
especially Jim, Paul, Marty, Chuck, 
Frank & Earl good luck; Miller Hall, Um- 
belly jumbo; Patience; Chicken Barbe- 
cue; fake fights; Xmas trees; Phillies #1; 
Nightly phone calls. 
FT Club; Photo Club; A-Day Rep; DTA; 
DTA Treas; IM Softball & IM Volleyball. 
HECCS, MELVIN 

8116 Thouron 

Philadelphia, PA 19150 
Understanding is a virtue; Responsibil- 
- ity we must accept Learning never 
fades; I thank my Supreme Being, my 
Mother, teachers and all who have 
helped me reach a goal Let this goal 
inspire others. 

Club RAP; Fl Club; IM Basketball. 
HEINTZ, ELIZABETH 

54 Surrey Rd. 

Clark, NJ 07066 
Thanks to Mom & Dad for all their sup- 
port; Remember good times at dinner; 
A-Day Animals; Hockey practice; All Fl 
Labs. 

Varsity Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; IM Hockey 
2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Dairy Club 3. 
HOLMQUIST, LEONARD H. Ill 

3916 Byron Rd. 

Huntington Valley, PA 19006 
MATTHEWS, LYS 

67 Williams Lane 

Hatboro, PA 19040 
Four of the fastest & most memorable 
years; A special thanks to Mom, for 
without her none of this would have 
been possible. 

Basketball; Baseball; IM Softball. 
MUROSKI, JOHN MARK 

522 Oakwood Ave. 

Roselle Park, NJ 07204 
Thank you Mom for your love & sup- 
port throughout my four years at DVC. 
Fl Club; IM Football; WeightLifting 
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RAlNt, RANDOLPH 

5 Gentry Drive 
Warren, NJ 07060 
STAATS, KBNNETH I. 

101 Harlan School Rd. 
Somerville, N) 08876 
I should say thanks to Mom & all my 
friends; Tom and Bob for some wild 
times; Special thanks to Mrs. Vande- 
grift; Dr. Turner; Mr. Barnes; Mr. Porter 
& Mr. Dommel. 

FFA; Circle K, Fl Club; A-Day Commit- 
tee; ICC. 

STONE, CATHERINE B. 
514 Country Club Dr. 
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 
To Mom & Dad who've made this all 
possible; To my friends who've made it 
exceptional & to my teachers who've 
made most of it understandable; Love 
always-Kitty; From NJ-Have bags will 
travel MD; Dairy-A-Day; Jips. 
Fl Club 2, 3, 4; DTA 3, 4; Equine Club 4; 
Agron. Club 4,- Apiary 4; D 
VANDECRIFT, ROBERT W. 
120 Beulah Rd. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 
Thanks to Mom & Dad for their help & 
especially to Anne who made it all 
worthwhile; Teddy Bear in the Trailer; 
Yeah Right; Avetting Mailed; Mr. Dom- 
mel's La Cocka Roacha; Mr. Porter's 
Wine Making. 
Golf Team; Fl Club. 
VERDUIN, CRAIC 
581 Sparrowbush Rd. 
Wyckoff, N) 07481 
I'll always Remember Nicknames; Joe's; 
& all the good times; Never forget the 
Green Sheen & Show & Tell & All mv 
friends for making it Bearable. 
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ARNOLD, DAVID W. 

928 Chandler St. 

Philadelphia, PA 1911 
Emasculators; The Ulman Brothers & 
The New Dorm Sisters; Brews with the 
Hort Crew; The piercing, Friendly Par- 
ties-Nice Neck; Take a Powder! 18 Dol- 
lars!!-Lets Gol! Good Luck to all my 
Friends; Love & Thanks to Mom & Pop. 
IM's; Hort Club. 
BERCEN, MARIt ANN 

111 Waverly Place 

South Plainfield, N] 07080 
9/l/79(Nature Boy) Steve . . . '"gonna 
sell this rug!" Save the Monaters! Rutin 
& Marth . . . Don/Family . . . Elma:200 
Dairy Cowsl! Tim's suspenders . . . Hey 
Mildred! Dave Aaa-Doug Faa . . . Dance 
Marathon . . . Tsel Minor: Agronomy . . 
. "We Go Out On A Limb" . . . Thanks 
Mom & Dad!!! 

Apiary Society; Hort Club; Equine Club 
Pres.; Equestrian Team Co-Capt.; DTA 
Pres.; A-Day Committee; Agronomy 
Club; IM's. 

BERLANDA, BRIAN DAVID 
3325 Whitehall Drive 

Willow Grove, PA 19090 
#1's Vels; "R"; State Penn ... Phi Kappa 
Kool . . . Stolen Kegs . . . Horsham Inn . . 
. Thanks Mont, Dork, Squirrel, Julio for 
taking me in . . . Thank you Mom & Dad 
for this opportunity & Beth Ann I love 
you. Thanks for your love & support. 
Football '78, '79; Vels '78, '80, '81; R 
Team '80, '81; State Penn '81; 86ers '80. 
FINCKE, DOUG 

44 Highland Ave. 

Harrington Park, NJ 07640 
Love & Thanks Mom & Dad; Mustang & 
Volvo Motel; Emasculators; 2 Earrings; 
Blatzifield; Pumping Iron; 4 Yrs. with 
Pete; The Bros.; Cases with Dave, Joe, 
Lonie; Vincents tests; Parking Lots; 
Wierd Parties; Ski Weekends; Great 
People; ILY Talea. 

Band 1 day; Volleyball; Softball; Apple 
Picking. 
CARBER, SALLY 

5515 Darlington Rd. 

Pittsburgh, PA 15217 
"He who does not voluntarily do more 
than he is obliged to do will in time do 
less than he ought, and in the end he 
will find himself unable to do what he 
must. "-Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf. 
Thanks all! 

Hort. Society; Hillel; Apiary Society- 
Publications Officer '80-'81. 
CIGLIA, MICHAEL F. 

13 Haddon Rd. 

Somers Point, NJ 08244 
Elson, Work, Samuel; Parents; Murphy, 
Raymee, Dick, DeNoma, Chuck, Loren, 
Bill, Chris, Dave, Doug, Joe, Louie, Tim, 
Nina, Dobbs, Cope, Cowboys, EMO; I 
love you all, especially Sue- Teo Tor- 
riatte Aisurhito Yo. 

Karate(Sensei); Yearbook; Horticulture 
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CYURIAN, JOSEPH MICHAEL 

333 Stirling Rd. 
Watchung, NJ 07060 
Thanks Mo & Dad & Sis for all your love 
& help & the Curtis' for letting me be 
part of your family . . . Really . . . Bogis 

Cumbunktion . . . TOYOTA . . . Star 
gazing with the gang ... Oh No Mr. Bill! 
WC. 

HEROLD, THOMAS R. 
1243 Brookdale 
Warminster, PA 18974 
HERTZOC, KAREN M. 
1325 Little Lehigh Drive 
Emmaus, PA 18049 
HOKE, MICHELLE 
680 Lincoln Way West 
Gettysburg, PA 17325 
Best of luck to j//my children-& try to 
remember what "Mother Hoke" 
taught you, (esp. Dj); Love & Thanks to 
Dirk for understanding & always car- 
ing(4/22/78); Much love & apprecia- 
tion to Mother & Daddy who made 
these 4 yrs. possible. 
Hort. Society 2 yrs., VP-)r.; 8 & B 4 yrs.; 
DTA-2 yrs. publications; Hort Therapy 
Club-2 yrs.; IM Floor Hockey; RA 1 yr 
KUBAT, ROBERTA. 
898 Lincoln Place 
Westwood, NJ 07675 
Special thanks to Mom, Dad & Grand- 
parents; ERGC; Al, Nick, Chuck, Herb, 
& all of the men who fought so gallantly 
to kill kegs at the Goose Valley Lodge; It 
could only happen in America; Thank 
Youl Good Nightl 

ERGC 1 & 2; GVL 3; SOF; NRA; 
HMWHC-Sr. 
KURNATH, AL 
Box 108, RD #1 
Great Meadows, N) 07838 
Thanks to my parents; Memories of 
Buzz, Bob & the Q; Ulman Hall '79; 
Goose Valley Lodge & Herb's Harvest. 




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LCSHAY, ANNEC. 

Box 131 Catawba Ave. 

Newfield, N] 08344 
Thanks Mom & Dad for everything; 
Lots of love to Bob; "The Tuskmobile"; 
4-wheeling; Thursday nihts; EMO par- 
ties; The Manor; Hamsters in the Kitch- 
en; pictures; chess games & technical 
talks; "D-ing the B's"; hello Irving; for- 
ever & a day; "Snuggly". 
MCCUE, DENISE 

241 Woolston Drive 

Morrisville, PA 19067 
MAURER, DAVID A. 

Box 288 

Dresher, PA 19025 
MURPHY, KEVIN PATRICK 

415 N. Brown St. 

Gloucester, NJ 08030 
Sincere thanks to my Father & Mother; 
Their Financial & Moral support made 
it all possible; Thank you Nancy for 



your patience & understanding; Agri- 
cultural education sought in memory 
of Edward Bignell Sr.; Thank you Joan 
Murphy Upton; Thanks Red. 
Hort. Club; IM Basketball & Volleyball. 
PEACOCK, JANE 

River Rd.RD #1 

Belle Mead, NJ 08502 
Thanks to: My parents & brothers; My 
Grandparents; Sephen; The initiative 
"Miss You"; Ramapo 76; A & E 77; "The 
Fire"; Madness; Cross Country 78; VT 
80; Bahamas 81; Ward D & the mold; 
Love youl 
SIECLE, KARL P. 

17 Newell Pass 

Willingboro, NJ 08046 
Elson Rod & Gun Club; Goosevalley 
Lodge; A-Day '79; Stetson & JD; Pole 
vaulting; Los & Miss Face; Xmas tree on 
watertower; Thanks Mom & Dad. 




SIUARI, PETER 

8 Irongate Village 

Metuchen, N) 08840 
Thanks Mom & Dad for 4 great years. 
Bowling 4; Volleyball; Agronomy Club; 
Photography Club. 
STARK, lOHN A. 

RD # 6 Box 92 

Newton, NJ 07860 
STEINER, JOSEPH A. JR. 

RD # 2 

Bloomsburg, PA 17815 
Emasculators; The Finch; "Hey let me 
tell ya" Surviven Ulman 2nd; Mustang 
& Volvo Motel; Jog; Blatz; Special Daria 
& Talea; "My Thongs Broke!" New Or- 
leans Squirrel Lunts Mud Football; Hall 
Slides; "Don't Even!" Mom & Dad, 
You're the greatest! 
Hort. Society; DTA; IM Volleyball & 
Softball. 
SYMANSKI, CAROLYN 

219 Cabot Ave. 

Edison, N| 08817 
Snow clogs; Soils nap; Thinking cinder 
block; Coffee; Stat final; Summer '80 
with Roe-the best; You're normal; 
Hort. Feats '77; Couldn't have done it 
without you; Doug-Love ya; Can't for- 
get a special merci to Mom & Dad. 
Hort. Society. 
VANBCHANOS, LOUIS 

80 Terhune Ave. 

Jersey City, N) 07305 
Thanks to Mom & Dad; The Big 3 Days; 
The Stain; Tim for 3 yrs.; Finch; Emascu- 
lators; Hort. Gang; Mustang Motel; The 
Ring; Cases with the Boys; Weberized; 
Lambertville; Roadtrips; Shattered; 
Duke; Work Crew; All the great peo- 
ple; Are you sober? 
Hort. Society; IM's 





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BARTHOLOMEW, MARK S. 

210 Chamber St. 

Phillipsburg, N] 08865 
"Big Guns"; The Goldman Boys; "1" 
Parties; The Edge, Smiley, Block, Mike 
G., Ann's; Thanks to Mom & Dad; 
Thanks to Jill for her Love & support 
those last 2 years. 

IM Football, Basketball, Volleyball- 
4yrs.; Student Traffic Court Judge. 
BORISH, DAVID 

734 Fairfield Drive 

Warminster, PA 18974 
Cross Country 
BROMBERC, STANLEY M. 

106 Beth Drive 

Philadelphia, PA 19115 
BROWN, TERRI LYNNE 

616 Brainerd Place 
Exton, PA 19341 
My happiest yearsi Thanks Mom, Dad & 
Donnie-I love you! Hi Touri-"Nov. 
77"; Nouri:Eschlaman, Doset dolerami 
Supertramp; Snowed-in; Skiing; Segal 
basement; The APT; 77 Afternoon- 
Evening classes; Uiman 3rd, Cooke 1st; 
Springsteen; To ail-Good LucklSoccer 
Score-Keeper; Yearbook. 
BURD, CINDY 

RD #2 Box 68B 

Port Royal, PA 17082 
Suz, what can I say? It's been ... A 
salute to: Otto-our purfect man; Cooke 
comrades & the 3-man men; Margarita- 
ville; Linda, Marge & Jan; Pixies; Silly 
People; and all the good times! Mom & 
Dad I love you. 

OH Club; IM Floor Hockey & Softball; 
M & M's; The Sociability Club. 
BURKE, SHANE 

616 Manor Drive 
Dublin, PA 18917 
OCTOHM; Oakland Ave.; Segal Hall; 
WAPO; Kegs; Cramming; Red Eyes; 
Concerts; Road Trips; Thanks Mom & 
Dad. 




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BYRNE, JACK 

Cranbury Station Rd. 
Cranbury, N| 08512 
Cooke 1st; Daiquiries; Williamsburg; 
Conti's Restrooms; 2x4; Drew's date; 
Doing it for 26 hours with Cheryl; SU 
Weekends; Beth, you make me happy; 
John, Myron, Mark, Cune, Cath, C & c! 
Bip, KK, Tina-Thanks to the WHOLE 
family-l love you. 

OH Society; FTD; Chorale; IM Volley- 
ball; RAM 79; A-Day Committee. 
CASSARO, SEBASTIAN /. 
238 West 9th Ave. 
Roselle, NJ 07203 
Thanks Mom & Dad for making it all 
possible; Shanon; EMO; Beener; Wa- 
Fool; Good old limes; Alliance; 69; 
Sinscmillian; Stash; Party On! 
Track 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Floor Hockey; 
Collegian Staff; Weightlifting. 
CLARKE, DAVID E. 
2010 Eagle Way 
Hatfield, PA 19440 
Having to commute the same way ever- 
yday for 4 years; Getting notes from 
Cheryl; Hate Philosophy; Planning to 
see Baker at school next fall; Going out 
to eat with Edge at Zina's Diner; Meet- 
ing Jody; Thanks Mom & Dad. 
Class Pres. 1, 2, 4; Student Gov't 1, 2, 4; 
WAPO 1, 2, 3, 4; APO 2; Golf 1, 2. 
CONZELMANN, RONALD 
8 Spook Ridge Rd. 
Upper Saddle River, N) 07458 
Living off-campus; STUD; off-campus 
crew; Those WILD librarians; Special 
love & thanks to Dave; Thanks & love to 
Mom & Dad; 1/1/79; To spend the rest 
of my life with my love — Diana. 
Floral Society; OH Society. 
COPLEY, DREW 
70 Laurel Oak Ct. 
Palm Harbor, FL 33563 
Summer '78; The Beech; Midnight walk 
from Doylestown; Morth entrance; DS 
to #10; Marian your tops! Thanks for 
everything AAF; Pinellas! 
A-Day Comm.; OH Society. 
COWHER, CHARLES "CHIP" 
RD #5 Box 140 
Lewisburg, PA 17837 
Thank you Mom & Dad! Thanks for the 
good times- Jim Q, Paul, Edge, Trains, 
Jegg, )im P., Brenda, W., Hank, Johnny; 
"Friends"; Superstars (team 36!); Con- 
certs; Sunday Football; Bob "T"; Doc; 
CC Team; Building; Climbing; TRUE! 
FALSE! Greenhouse; We're tough!! 
TYRO. 

OH Club; Student Gov't Jr. Rep-Chair- 
man Social House; Varsity Cross Coun- 
try 4 yrs.; Track 2 yrs.; Winter Track; 
IM's Basketball & Volleyball; Flower 
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CRISTINO, MICHAEL 

531 Kings Highway 

Moorestown, NJ 08057 
"Six Fufty Flight To" . . . "Put the Coun- 
try & Western on"; Lakeview; Corvette; 
Thanks to Mom & Dad; Coat check 
lady; Ed & Okinawa; Ralph & money; 
Tom & Jeeps; "I'll put money on this 
dance"; Can't miss Fri. night card 
games. 
CUNEO, RICK 

5028 Wayne Ave. 

Pennsauken, NJ 08110 
Can you believe it; Biff-off; Williams- 
burg; OH Banquets; Dance marathons; 
That Ain't Bad; For you, sure; Limbo 
parties; Daiquiries; Hi NBC; Pit; Time to 
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Thanks Mom & Dad for everything. 
Class Treas. 2, 3, 4; IM Softball; OH 
Club; FTD; Yearbook. 
DALRYMPLC, STEVEN WAYNE 

250 Center Grove Rd. 

Randolph, N] 07869 
Search for the words of wisdom. 
Ache for the fulfillment of dreams. 
Fear for the tomorrows of life. 
Words of wisdom, come with 
maturity. 

Fulfillment of dreams, soon to be 
reality. 

The tomorrows of life-our existence. 
Achievement-our goal. 
Chorus; Intercollegiate Chorus ('77- 
'78); FTD Club; OH Society; Floral Soci- 
ety; Hort. Therapy Club; 5th place-Na- 
tional Mercury Messenger Design 
Contest '79; Philadelphia Flower Show 
Exhibits '79-'80; A-Day '79-'80 Flower 
Show-Most points awarded-Floral Divi- 
sion; FTD Homecoming Float; Student 
Rep. at the Phila. Design School Trade 
Fair '80. 
DELLANCELO, FRED 

121 Wayne Ave. 

Trooper, PA 19403 
To Friends: Long may you live, High 
may you fly; You have to be trusted by 
the people that you lie to, so that when 
they turn their backs on you. You'll get 
the chance to put the knife in. WAPO. 
DUCKWORTH, DAVID WALLACE 

103 Longdale Rd. 

Timonium, MD 21093 
Wolfson with "DA"; The Pines; "79" 
Falling of the Miller Empire; B-3 with 
SD & JN; DA & the Aldo Estate; Rhodan 
The Snapper; Mom, Dad; Thanks for all 
your love & support. 
OH Club; GBOS; A-Day with the Hort. 
Division. 
EDELSTEIN, LOREN 

33 Regina Rd. 

South Monsey, NY 10952 
Elson Hall Rm 24; Rocky Horror & 
South St.; Cowoniawl Williamsburg! O, 
No! New Hope to Mothers! Barness 
2nd & towels under the door; From 
Dublin to East Court with love to Chris; 
Dad & Marilyn It's been a helluva time! 
Commuter rep. to conduct & policy; 
Floral Society (FTD); OH Society; SOM. 




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FRANCEUO, THOMAS/. 

PO Box 194 

Glasco, NY 12432 
Donaldson Street Parties; IFBC; Good 
friends Fynch & Oscar; Fla. Trips; 
Thanks Mom & Tom it's been a long 4 
but well worth it; Most of all to Betsy 
for all her support & love. 
Varsity Baseball; IM Softball, Hockey & 
Football. 
FREIMAN, CHERYL THOMAS 

61 Hacklebarrey Rd. 

Long Valley, NJ 07853 
Lu & Sue & Cheez-its; E. . . Lane; Bugs in 
the rug; Lou; Hey Clarke! 1-15 & Deb; 
Thanks to 2 special parents I love; May 
31st 1980 & love to Peter for being my 
past, present & future. 
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FRY, DEBORAH A. 

RD # 1 

Schnecksville, PA 18078 
Never would have missed it for the 
world; Lots of Love & Thanks to Mom & 
Dad; I think I learned more in Barness I; 
Thanks DVC for the memories; Such is 
life. 

GANCEMI, VINCENTS. 
Bridgeton Pike 
Mullica Hill, N) 08062 
Runnin Freshman weekends; Jimbo's 
race bowl talks; "Trashcan"; Comando 
Cliff Climbing; B-Day Parties; The "At- 
tic"; All the Cooke-ies; Apartment Par- 
ties; Ben, Carl, Tom, Chris & 228; 104; 
My love )ude; To the 2 people I love 
the most-Mom & Dad-Thanks. 
CEYER, DA VID JOHN 
1332 Barness Drive 
Warminster, PA 18974 
Special Thanks to Mom & Dad! All my 
love to Diane! Hertzog "Chemistry Ses- 
sions"; Saphos "Lets overthroe 
WAPO"; "Stolte Revolution"; Fredster 
"The Concerned Student"; Clark-New- 
ton "Survey Map"; Cheryl "Amway"; 
A-Day '79, '80; "Never Again"; Dr. 
Bonze; Mr. Bill; "Wife Kids". WAPO 
6:40 am; A-Day Concert Events. 
CLEASON, EDWARD T 
7608 Brockton Rd. 
Philadelphia, Pa 19151 
Thanks Mom & Betsy; SBMPA; Age is a 
slate of mind! Wine A Hal Parties; No 
one knows what he can do 'till he tries! 
Okinawa; Confidence is the only 
wealth one needs to be successful; 
Something about that girl! Airport 
Trips. 
OH Club; FTD Club. 



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CRAFF, CRFCC 

2242 Casper 
Waterloo, Iowa 50701 
During the course of a person's life 
they must travel many miles & try as 
many things as possible; Once they find 
their goal, it must be pursued to its 
fullest extent & with unmitigated effort 
until success is attained. 
FTD Club; Chess Club; ICC; Tennis; Su- 
perstars A-Day Comm. 
CRATKOWSKI, ROBERTQI 3166 
Hulmeville Rd. 

Bensalem, PA 19020 
Shake my hand at the next wine & 
cheese party; Frick & Frack; Disco Bob; 
Father Ed; Let me plan the Pocono Trip, 
Ralph; Mike how about a cigarette; 
Mimi & Bob "Discoing" at Janet's party; 
The Alley Cat starring Mimi. 
FTD; Polish Club. 
HAWK, lOANN LORRAINE 
225 Woodland Drive 
Downingtown, PA 19335 
Much Love & Thanks to Mom & Dad, 
Linda too! Sunshine Vasile??? Williams- 
burg '79; So many good friends! MH, 
DB Hippo Party; Rick you make me 
laugh; GFTGT; Janet, Jenny, Steve-Best 
roommates ever; Lauribelle; Therma- 
lous Forever; Fri. the 13th; Billy I love 
you. 

OH Society VP; Cornucopia Yearbook- 
Art Editor; FTD, Floral Society; Philadel- 
phia Flower Show; A-Day Flower Show; 
IM Floor Hockey. 
HEITZ, CHARLES STEPHEN 
218 Winding Way 
Stratford, NJ 08084 
Elson Hall; Paramus; Taxonomy "All 
Nighters"; Rocky Horror TLA; Wil- 
liamsburg; Myrtle Beach SC; "Truck- 
style"; Wildwood; BIFF-OFFl T-Shirts; 
Drew's Date Contest; Tenting; SOM; 
Work 1st; Laughs, tears, memories, 
friends loved; Loren, Beth, Dave, Bill, 
O., Cina, SK, John, Jim, Rick, Jenny- 
Deepest love & affection; Memories 
most wonderful; Thanks Mom & Dad. 
Yearbook; OH Society; FTD VP; Phila- 
delphia Flower Show; Volleyball; A- 
Day; Pit-duty. 
HERCE, RALPH JAY II 
5 Woodsedge Rd. 
Audubon, PA 19403 
"Transfer Headaches"; Scoring 
Klutzba Halloween; "Fla."; Farmhouse 
Poconos; Pennqueen Diner; Teeth 
"Pop, it only took 6V2 years.. Can I get 
my masters?"; "Thank Codl"; "Educa- 
tion, a tool kept sharp through use"; 
"You only go around once, grab all the 
gusto!!!" 

OH Club; Karate Club; Bowling Team 
"Sandbaggers"; No Paddle Canoeing; 
A-Day projects "Naturalizer." 
HOFFMANN, WAYNE WILLIAM 
Box 115 Emerald Lakes 
Long Pond, PA 18334 
#4; Sempowskis; CT; Gravy; Gum Sues; 
Sherlock Holmes; Country & Western 
Sect.; Cold Turkey; "A Heineken"; 
Barb; Mr. Greenjeans; Apt. 4207. 
Christian Fellowship 3; OH Club 3; 
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HOLl, MARCIA 

2391 Turk Rd. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 
HOWARD, ALLEN R. 
215 Wakefield Rd. 
Rosemont, PA 19010 
OH Society. 

lASKOWIAK, JUDITH ANNC 
136 Colonial Drive 
Warminster, PA 18974 
A & E 77; Ellie pulled me through 
freshman yr. (& Dibbles); Fire alarms 
with Marge; Zipping with Peewee, 
Poncho Q., & John; All those kegs with 
great people! & the greatest-Mom & 
Dad, the most beautiful people I know- 
I love you. 

JOHNSON, CLCNN T. 
10 Sylvia Heights 
Hadley, MA 01035 
The devastating Ulman 2nd of '78; Too 
many auto accidents; Thanks Mom & 
Dad. 

JONES, KEITH 
307 Hillside Ave. 
Livingston, NJ 07039 
Work Hall Soph-)r. Year; Army-Navy; 
"Hey Rube get a tube"; The Roll; The 
House; A special thanks to my family 
for their support. 
KELLY, HUGH A. 
384 Camberly Rd. 
Warminster, PA 18974 
Floral Design 1 & 2; Kenny; To all my 
friends & Fellow Crabs; Don, Craig, 
Sumner, Mark, Puppy & Dougie; The 
great times at the 611 & NBI; Thanks 
Mom & Dad for everything you did for 
me. 

Soccer Fr. yr.; IM's Basketball, Football, 
Volleyball & Softball. 



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KBNDUS, KAREN ELIZABETH 

112 Yellowstone Rd. 
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 
How about another 4 years Tina? Oh 
those DVC weekends; Barbecued pota- 
to chips & my dear friends; I do believe 
it was 9/21/78 wasn't it DFP? Thanks 
Mom & Dad for making this all happen . 
. . It's been real!! 

OH Club; IM's; Superstars Competi- 
tion; FTD/Floral Society. 
KING, THOMAS I. 
244 Shelter Rock Rd. 
Stamford, CT 06903 
Hooray to the end of 4 years of crazi- 
ness & waiting! The best of luck to all 
those once known as BIVS, wherever 
they are, especially Mike Taddei; Spe- 
cial love & thanks to Mom & Dad! 
You're really something special. 
IM Hockey, Volleyball & Bowling; Soil 
Judging. 

KONOPACKI, BENJAMIN S. 
69 Ferris St. 
South River, NJ 08882 
Cooke 1st; Parties at the Apt.; Thanks 
DVC for the girl of my dreams-KATHY. 
Special love & thanks to Mom & Dad, 
Kevin Bo, & "my little sister"; Lambert- 
ville Road Trips; Ulman 3rd Soph, year; 
"Family" on Cooke 1st. 
KRUCKOW, JANET LEIGH 
4323 Devereaux Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 19135 
Special Love & fnends/iip especially to 
Steve (Thanks!) & )LVH, JLN, Laurie, 
Mitch & Dondi; Thanks for so much 
love Mom & Dad; Praise the Lord! I 
Cor. 3;7; Deep talks & long walks; 
ducks; Catching Jollies; Fogelburg; Hit- 
ting Market Weight! Riverfront; Wil- 
liamsburg; Conti's (Leather & Feather); 
Jr. Dinner Dance; Wildwood; Yearbook 
Deadlines! Thanks to Profs & Adminis- 
tration friends! 

Yearbook editor-in-chief; Layout edi- 
tor; Ram Pages reporter; Phila. Flower 
Show; FTD/Floral Society; OH Society- 
Publications Officer; A-Day; Christian 
Fellowship; Sigma Society; Chorale; 
DTA; Varsity Field Hockey; IM Floor 
Hockey (Escargot Capt); IM Coed Vol- 
leyball Champs (Spirited Spikers); Su- 
perstars; Pit Duty; Summer CH Work; 
Dr. B's Lab Assistant. 
LEED, SUE 
RD # 3 Steinmetz Rd. 
Denver, PA 17517 
4 great years with CB! My main man 
"Otto"; Linda, Marge, Jan, Cooke 2nd 
friends & the 3-man men; Floor Hockey 
Champs; 21st B-day party; Cocktail par- 
ties & Margaritavile; Thanks, I love you 
Mom & Dad. 

Varsity Field Hockey; Yearbook; IM 
Floor Hockey & Softball. 
LOCKATELL, TOM 
16 Donnybrook Rd. 
Montvale, NJ 07645 
Freshman year? Jeff "Smokestack"; Fish 
Fights; Dealing to pay phone bills; Iran 
day & the Commandos; Cliff Climbing; 
Vince, Chris; The ladies of Cooke Benji, 
Nori & the apartment; All my love to 
Ginny; Thanks Mom & Dad; Molson's 
Golden! 



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LYNCH, CARL 

369 Pinewood Drive 

Wyckoff, NJ 07481 
Thanks Mom & Dad for your Love & 
guidance; I'll never forget Lar, T., 
Stopher & the times we had; Parties at 
Donaldson & Hamilton; Quarters; IFBC; 
Oh God & the rest of them; Good luck 
everyone. 

Bowling; OH Society 
MCCARTHY, DONALD PETER JR. 

804 Donna Drive 

Point Pleasant, N) 08742 
To my Mom & Dad for their love & 
understanding over the years-Thanks; 
Very good times with very good 
friends-Bealer, Chuck, DP & Lillle Guy; 
I shall never forget the Old Times; Kel- 
lies on Fri. Mornings or Quarters. 
Varsity Football; IM Football, Softball, 
Volleyball & Basketball; Varsity Club. 
MCFEELEY, GERALD 

3117 Willits Rd 

Philadelphia, PA 19114 
The wood C205; Crabs # 1; Craig- 
Thanks. 

IM Football & Hockey. 
MCCUIRE, PATRICIA A. 

2249 Glenwood Rd. 

Vestal, NY 13850 
C102; ACMDM; |R; Bruce! Or what? 
Disco!? Yoda Soda! Nose to the grind- 
stone Dad; Chippies; Tuna Fish & 
Chocolate milk; Dadoot; Stogies; "The 
Wanderer"; Ankle Biters; Kucka; Big 
)im; Air pains; Fag in concert; Anne gel 
gas; Skin hunger. 
MCMANIMAN, MICHAEL D. 

117 Mildred Lane 

Aston, PA 19014 
"White Water Rafting, it'll be OK Mr. 
T"; Cross Country, you bet!!! Murphy's 
Punch; Ram Pages; ACTVC & LSDVC; 
Lisa, Roz, Lauren, ND; Undergarment 
raid; THANKS: Mrs. Bartesek, Mom & 
Dad, Curtis, Ma Martin & Mrs. Stough; 
Bob A Terry! "Mom & Dad, This one's 
for you!" 

Ram Pages Assoc. Editor; Student Gov't 
Rep. to the House of Conduct; Student 
Gov't Rep. to the Social House; Con- 
cert Committees; Tour Guide; Cros> 
Country. 
MAHONEY, ROBERT 

20 Linda Lane 

Halboro, PA 19040 
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MULLENGBR, PETIR LAWRENCE 
TOWNSHEND 

78 Highland Ave. 

Harrington Park, NJ 07640 
Pass-the-corn; Rebuttal; GFTC; Doug 
missing rommate four years; Joni & Pat- 
ty; "If you Love something set it free"; 
Thanks Mom-I Love you. 
MURDOUCH, THOMAS L. 

RD #1029 

Womelsdorf, PA 19567 
I'd like to thank my parents, for without 
them I would have never made it; The 
rise & fall of the Work Hall empire; 
IM Sports. 
MYRON, KENNETH W. 

128 Hollywood Ave. 
Fairfield, NJ 07006 

Will always remember the guys; Joe's, 
BW; QP; "10's"; Power Football; Thanks 
to Mom & Dad for all their support. 
IM Volleyball, Basketball & Softball; 
FTD Club. ■ 
NEWTON, lANETTE 

619 Lawrence Ave. 
Reading, PA 19609 
Girls of Cooke Hall 2nd; Barness Babes; 
pm Cocktail Parties; Floor Hockey 
Championship; Thanks Mom & Dad. 
IM Floor Hockey 77-'80; IM Volleyball 
'78-'79. 
NEYHART, LARRY JOHN 

17 Fulton Ave. 

W. Long Branch, N.J. 07764 
NICHOLAS, JENNIFER LYNNE 

129 North Line Rd. 
Newtown Square, PA 19073 

Juniper: Reserved Soul: Williamsburg; 
BIFF OFF t-Shirts; Wildwood; Ground 
Manitenance Crew; Special thanks and 
deepest love to my friends & family for 
your support. 

OH Society; FTD-Floral Society; IM 
Floor Hockey & Volleyball (SOM); Year- 
book Photographer; Conti's Cloak- 
room. 
NIEMANN, RICK 

635 Maxwell Place 

Ridgewood, N.J. 07450 
To my family whom I love-Thank you 
for the support; To all of you who have 
touched my life over the past 4 
years— Thank you for giving me the 
opportunity to make you laugh, it has 
been a pleasure. 
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MUSBAUM, MARK JAMES 

40 Sunnymead Rd. 
Somerville, N) 08876 
NYSTRAND, JAM M. 
48 College Rd. Box 122 
Netcong, NJ 07857 
To my family Thanks & Love; All my 
friends-N), NY, PA, CD-"lf I could 
make days last forever; If words could 
make wishes come true; I'd save every- 
day like a treasure & then, again I would 
spend them with you." 
Softball; Volleyball. 
OSET, JEFF 
33 Hillside Terrace 
Irvington, NJ 07111 
Living in Chalfont; Rowdy times in the 
Library; Trips to ME, NY & CA with 
Paul; Constant thoughts of Joyce 
throughout the days. 
OH Club 

PATANE, BRIAN J. 
RD #1 Box 410 
Glen Gardner, NJ 08826 
PEARSON, PAUL 
2 Marlin Rd. 
Brewster, NY 10509 
Wrestling; OH Pres.; 86-ers; Animal; 
Emasculators; 3AM Milk that cow! Mill- 
er Madness; F-85; Kill the Rats; Haunt- 
ed Hall; Building- Climbing Club; I lost 
my Roommate! Social House; My Of- 
fice; Tearing down; The PIT; Blues 
Bros.; Thanks Mom, Pop. Family & 
Friends, Especially Judy Forever. 
PERO, DA VID E. 
106 Lincoln Ave. 
Ivyland, PA 18974 
A & E; OCTOHM; The Hub; Snack Bar 
Coffee; Good Friends through lough 
limes. 

PETERSON, DEBORAH KA Y 
22 Eton Court 
Ramsey, NJ 07446 
Great times at 1-15; Being held hostage, 
Roomies; MB, Claudia, Diana, Deb, 
Jackie, Jean, the gang; Did you ever just 
not know? Thanks Mom & Dad; "He 
who hangs to the past, misses the pre- 
sent & has no dream for ihe future." 



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1835 Locust St. 

Norristown, PA 19401 
Thanks to my Lord, to Mom & Dad & 
maybe Bill; Commuting & Pot holes; In- 
vest in moss; Vermins-Ceeks; To Dave 
& Jeff some true friends-Also Bernie- 
Thanks. 
PELUNGTON, CARL 

230 Clifton Ave. 

Clifton, NJ 07011 
PURCELL, JOHN 

50 Milltop 

Yardley, PA 19067 
REISS, DEBRA ANNE 

4512 Sheffield St. 

Philadelphia, PA 19136 
GBOS; In the Woods "III"; Fools & 
Murphy's forever; Thanks Mom & Dad- 
Special thanks to Dave-I LOVE YOU SO 
MUCH!!! 

Chorale; Band; GBOS. 
REUSTLE, MICHAEL W. 

35 Beulah Rd. 

New Britain, PA 18901 
Wolfson 23; Mrs. Clarke's House; 
Crestwood visits; Sawdust in shoes; 
Pittstown Inn; McNulty's House; Living 
with Mitchell; Times with Deb; 
Wreath-making; Thanks to all who 
helped. 

Landscaping between classes. 
ROMANOWICZ, ROBERT T. 

Delaware Valley College 

Doylestown, PA 18901 
Halloween '78; Playing Detective; 
Country & Western Bar; The Floods in 
Ulman's Bathroom; The Dobie Broth- 
ers; Kato at Midnight; Kermie, Mike & 
especially Noel; My Dear Lauren. 
OH Club; Adventure Club. 



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SALTER, lANET V. 

814 Monticello Place 

Lansdale, PA 19446 
All my Love & Thanks Mom, Dad, Susie, 
& Tim; I couldn't have done it without 
you; Disco & Mimo; Where can we get 
a toilet? Ed "Grecian-Formula" Clea- 
son; Frick & Frack; Bob at 5 years old; 
Good luck everyone! 
SANE/t, JAMES WILLIAM 

509 Summit Drive 

Point Pleasant, N) 08742 
Bobby T & Kangaroo Court; Being 
Evicted; Routes of destruction; The 
Roll of 79; Mitchells Cafe; B & B's; 611; 
Peace Valley & numerous other Road 
Trips; Thanks Mom & Dad for making it 
all possible. 
SCARAFILE, ASNE M. 

12 Pennsbury Court 

Yardley, PA 19067 
It wasn't a whim Mom! AE; OCTOHMSI 
C102; )R, GE, Shar, Carol, Siete, Bez, 
GS, Chippies; The Business; Cholic; 
Samples; Macaroni; Pokeys; |B; H 202; 
Really! 3 AM at Ed's; Running on emp- 
ty; Dave I'll dance at yours yet! Love 
you Mel! 
SHEAFFER, CYNTHIA ANME 

942 Patriot Drive 

Lansdale, PA 19446 
CBOS; 3rd annual outing; Road Trips; 
Good times with good friends; Special 
Thanks to Mom & Dad & |im for their 
love & support. 
SHINALY, FRANCIS DAVID 

49 Fallenrock Rd. 

Levittown, PA 19056 
Commuting through knee deep snow; 
Studying for Taxonomy Tests; Mr. Ben- 
ner's driving habits; Mr. Markeveys 
long Animal Science Labs; Paying this 
school's high tuition. 
SOBEL, MICHAEL /. 

DuPont Tower Apt. GL 

6100 Henery Ave. 

Philadelphia, PA 19128 
"If you will it, it is no dream!"-Theodor 
Herzl; Thanks Mom & Dad for your 
love & support-Without it this 
wouldn't have been possible; Best of 
luck to all my friends; Memories . . . 
Hillel, The higher experiences! The Pit! 
President Hillel Society, OH Club. 



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SPENCBR, MYRA C. 

Box 94 Route 1 
ChurchHill, MD 21623 
Good-bye folksl Co eat a banana Ralph; 
MatchMaker Ed; A semester with Janet; 
Dinner at Ed's Diner on big spender 
Bob; Frisbee; Samuel Beach; Janet's 
Birthday Party; Floral Design Frustra- 
tions; Paul's Room; MC Stud; Good 
luck everyone. 
IM Softball. 
STANWICH, BETH 
71 Bateswood Rd. 
Waterbury, CT 06706 
They'll be faces, places & times gone by 
to remember; But we've paid our dues 
at the door & have not yet seen the 
stage! Thanks Ma & Dad for all the love 
& prayers. 

Equine Club I; OH Club I; Floral Society 
III; Hort. Therapy Club 111; Hiking. 
SULLIVAN, MICHAEL 
2205 Pine Hill Gardens 
Pine Hill, N] 08021 
1 wish to Thank Lesley for all her help & 
understanding. 
SWEET, R. TODD 
560 Maywood Rd. 
York, PA 17402 
Joes; Portkers; Phonebills; Johnny 
Knarrrr; Tag Team Backgammon; Spe- 
cial Thanks to Leslie for her Love & Un- 
derstanding; Thanks to Mom & Dad for 
their support & making it all possible. 
IM Volleyball; FTD Club. 
TART, LAURA 
1143 Concord Drive 
Bridgewater, NJ 08807 
Thanks Mom & Dad for giving me the 
chance to succeed; Sue the best room- 
mate & friend-Binky; Foreigner Con- 
cert; Talks; Ray, you made it all worth- 
while with your understanding & sup- 
port; I'll always love you. 






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THBIBAULT, CRAIG 

1245 Ridge Ave. 
Lakewood, NJ 08701 
Memories of the wood; IFBC; Leepin 
Lar; YeYe; Dougie, General; Donaldson; 
St Hamilton; Ulman Madness; Up the 
Academy; Thanks a million Mom & 
Dad. 

Class VP 3; Football 1; IM Football 2, 3, 
4; IM Bowling 3, 4; IM Volleyball 2, 3; 
Baseball 1-4. 
UNDERWOOD JOANN 

3127 Mt. View Drive 

Creensburg, PA 15601 
Frosh. Dinners; Xmas 77; Hollies; SSJJ; 
CFTC; The Chain; Kitty-nice facel 
Pete-you massive thingi Melissa-IKILY; 
RaisinsI?! Sears; Mrs. Beasley; Ulman 
Ist-I love you! Shopping NBI; Patty-I 
loved these days! Thanks to OJ & the 
door. 

Band-1 day; Apiary Society; IM Softball 
& Volleyball. 
WAGNER, RODNEY 

725 Franklin St. 

Shoemakersville, PA 19555 
"Good Old Wolfshon"; The Boys from 
Work 2nd; B&B's; Road Trips; GMAT; 
Darts; "The House"; Snowed in; But 
most of all-Thanks & Love Mom & Dad 
for making everything possible; You 
made it happen! 

Baseball; IM Volleyball, Softball, Foot- 
ball. 
WINDING, USA 

Kent Creek Farm 

Kennedyville, MD 21645 
WYREMSKI, STEPHEN P. 

6823 martins mill Rd. 

Philadelphia, PA 19111 
YOUNG, RUSSELL 

435 Centre St, 

Merchantville, N) 08109 




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have of the times spent with special 
friends. Laughter and smiles are just like 
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Despite the dreary weathe 
Homecoming 1980 was enjoyed b; 
all who partook in it's activities. 

The Pep rally was especially notec 
this year as many members of th« 
student body showed up to cheer or 
our sports teams. Bruno, Del Val 
own special homecoming attraction 
arose the crowd to its feet with hi: 
energetic speech. Then in a momen 
of suspense, the 1980 Homecoming 
Queen was announced. Jude Car 
brey of the Agronomy Club won th< 
honors of this respected title. 

FFA swept the number one posi 
tion in the float contest, followed b^ 
the DVC Christian Fellowship anc 
the Block & Bridie Club in seconc 
place. In the Spirit Car category the 
DTA took first with their entry of ; 
Space Mobile, while the Floral Soci- 
ety took second with their Vendo 
Bloom. The crowd that gathered ir 
Doylestown on that rainy morninj 
enjoyed all of the hard work and ef 
fort put into each entry displayed. A' 
usual homecoming eve was an ex 
perience in itself. 

In the Dorm decorating contes 
first place was captured by Barnes: 
Hall who created a flaming robot 
adding even more excitement tc 
campus. But the big excitement o 
the weekend had to be our Aggie' 
win over Susquehanna 38-0. Tha 
was enough to impress even Steve 
Levy, of Channel 6 Action News, the 
Grand Marshall of 1980 Homecom- 
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Founders' Day: A Time to Reflect 
Founders' Day is a special after- 
noon in early Spring that is designat- 
ed as the time to reflect back upon 
the those persons responsible for 
helping to make Delaware Valley 
College what it is today. 

This year's version placed special 
emphasis on the late Dr. James 
Work, the actual founder and long- 
time president and chancellor of 
Del-Val for over thirty years. Dr. 
Work built the original National 
Farm School for boys into an under- 
graduate institution for higher learn- 
ing in agriculture and science. We 
owe all of it to Dr. Work. 

Thus, Founders' Day may be noth- 
ing more than an afternoon away 
from classes, but to others it's a spe- 
cial time to reflect and give thanks to 
those responsible for DVC. 





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DVC's long-standing A-Day "tra- 
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1981 version turned out to be a real 
success. Despite bad weather on Sat- 
urday, festivities got under way 
smoothly and a large crowd found its 
way to our fair gates. The usual 
events such as the pie-eating con- 
test, the milking contest plus animal 
judging and the various exhibits all 
proved to be entertaining and en- 
joyable. Sunday's beautiful skies only 
enhanced the fun experienced by 
all. However, the sky wasn't the only 
beautiful part of the day as Mary 
Tellman was crowned A-Day Queen 
1981! All in all, DVC managed to 
pull-off another winner- but, of 
course, it's tradition! 







Agronomy Club 
Horticulture Society 
Ornamental Horticulture Society 
Equine Club 



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Lab Animal Club 
Chess Club 
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MAJOR CLUB, DYNAMIC LECTURE 

1st. Food Industry Club, "Puffing Gun" 

2nd. Equine Club 

3rd. Block & Bridle 

H.M. Food Industry Club, "Cheddar Cheese 

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Entertainment! 

On April 22, 1981, Daryll Hall and 
John Oates invaded the James Work 
Gymnasium in one of DVC's largest 
and most prestigious concert events 
to date. The duo played before a 
packed house and no one seemed to 
leave dissatisfied. The group's selec- 
tions ranged from "Sara Smile" to 
"Kiss On My List", the number one 
song on the charts that week. 

All in all, the evening amounted to 
a genuine experience of pure talent 
just plain good entertainment! 



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finality. Students who have earned this 
title may think they are at the end of 
their education, but there are still many 
lessons to be learned. One phase of 
growth has been completed, and the 
time for the harvest has arrived. But 
how will that harvest be utilized? That, 
seniors, is another choice for you. As 
your life continues, never let your- 
selves be dormant. Continue to learn 
and grow. Use your gathered crops to 
their fullest potential and your life will 
be wisely lived. 



Commencement Day 1981 





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Commencement Awards 

Senior Academic Awards- 1. Scott Abrams, 2. Ken Poorman 3. 
Janet Kruckow, 4. Dave Mesaros, 5. Jim Bardsley 

Wall St. Journal Award and Pennsylvania Institute of Certified 
Public Accountants Award-Marlene Barr 

Burnstein Awards-Scott Abrams, Janet Kruckow 

Walter Riggins '50 Memorial Award-Brenda Wolfe, Jim Yazujian 

Certificates of Exceptional Service-Dave Clarke, Chip Cowher, 
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to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success 
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As days ran into weeks and years 
we slowly and secretly grew. Often 
not realizing ourselves the processes 
we had undergone. But now, over- 
looking the whole paneorama, we 
realize how much we have grown 
and developed without really even 
trying. The changes have come and 
molded our lives. And now we must 
move on and continue this ever- 
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Adams, Kevin 161, 190 
Alexy, Krik 170, 178 
Alpuche, Charles 73, 190 
Antenucci, Robert 203 
Arnold, David W. 152. 173, 206 
Aubrey, Gail 168, 178, 228 
Adams, Tom 174, 248, 249, 251 

Bardsley, James 131, 186 

Bartholomew, Jeffrey 98, 99, 101, 190 

Bartholomew, Mark 126, 152, 210 

Barr, Marlene 190 

Bates, Ronald 117, 121, 168, 178 

Beale, Mark 68, 117, 171, 174 

Benyovszky, Sophie 190 

Bergamo, Michael 73, 190 

Bergen, Marie 117, 118, 128, 152, 206 

Berlanda, Brian 138, 162, 206 

Bieniakowski, Patricia 159, 257, 116, 178 

Bippus, William 116, 162, 173, 174, 238 

Borish, David 82, 210 

Bossone, Carole 116, 117, 121, 168, 178, 228 

Boyer, Donna 117, 121, 154, 178, 253 

Boyle, Paul 163, 203 

Brindisi, Paul 203 

Brindley, Leah 186, 237 

Bromberg, Stan 210 

Brown, Terri 

Burd, Cindy 162, 173, 180, 210 

Burkert, Karen 123, 143, 200 

Bushey, Nancy 123, 158, 200 

Burke, Shane 210 

Byrne, John 155, 162, 172, 211, 244, 257 

Cansick, Peter 123, 156, 200 
Cartwright, William 169, 174 
Casey, Patricia 116, 121, 168, 179 
Cassaro, Sebastian 142, 211 
Chamelin, Ruthann 179 
Choma, Catherine 116, 186, 247 

Clarke, David 126, 156, 211, 257 
Comerci, Nicholas 159, 179 
Conlen, Michael 191 
Conzelman, Ronald 211 
Copley, Drew 165, 211 



Cowher, Charles 82, 126, 152, 211 

Cristin, Michael 212 

Cunoe, Richard 130, 152, 212, 227, 238, 245, 

254 
Cunningham, Sheila 166, 179 
Cybowski, Barbara 153, 173, 179 
Cook, Donald 168 

Dalrymple, Steven 152, 173, 179 
Daniels, Sherry 122, 137, 179 
Davies, Leslie 73, 191 
DeAntonio, Frank 174 
DeChetto, Stephen 168, 174 
DelGaiso, John 186 
DellAngelo, Fred 153, 212 
Demetriades, George 73, 191 
DeNoma, John 157, 173, 175, 254 
DiStefano, Grace 157, 172, 175 
Dobies, Mark 73, 191 
Dolan, Amanda 121, 180 
Domagala, Terri Ann 191, 231 
Donohue, Steven 175 
Duckworth, David 212 
Duffy, Brian 169, 165, 203 
Dusman, Barbara 123, 164, 200 
Dowd, Bernie 180 

Edelstein, Loren 159, 212 
Elser, Charles 191 
Emerich, Brian 192 
Engeike, William 175 
Erdelsky, Gina 186, 253 

Farrell, Athena 164, 187 

Fekete, Timothy 117, 163, 175 

Fillipo, Drew 117, 159, 187, 227, 237, 243, 

244, 245 
Fincke, Douglas 169, 206, 229 
Fluck, Dennis 203 
Francello, Thomas 213 
Freeman, Cheryl Thomas 213 
French, Patricia 198 
Friday, Tracy 176 
Frye, Dorothy 187 
Fry, Deborah 169, 213 
Funk, Holly 89, 121, 180 



Gadd, Sharon 151, 192 


Kehoe, Thoas 94, 95, 150, 154, 193 


Gangemi, Vincent 213 


Kelly, Hugh 68, 215 


Garber, Sally 118, 119, 169, 206, 235 


Kendus, Karen 151, 153, 172, 216, 227 


Gatti, Marcella 169, 180 


Kenny, Thomas 73, 156, 193 


Gay, Marjorie 143, 145, 154, 172, 180, 230 


King, Thomas 216 


Geyer, David 213 


Kise, William 188 


Giglia, Michael 155, 206, 257 


Kline, Dennis 169, 193 


Gleason, Edward 171, 213 


Knier, Henry 126, 165, 183, 254 


Goodson, Mark 176 


Konopacki, Benjamin 216, 247 


Gowen, Victoria 192 


Kopple, Mark 168, 182 


Grabowski, Richard 187 


Kruckow, Janet 122, 124, 125, 130, 137, 162, 


Graff, Greg 214 


216, 236, 243, 267 


Gratowski, Robert 164, 214 


Kubat, Robert 207 


Grove, Beth Ann 123, 158, 200 


Kurnath, Albert 207 


Gruber, Donna 176 




Guilfoy, Michael 163, 203 


LaBrecque, Howard 


Gershkow, Jonathan 187 


Lake, Dianne 166, 176 


Gunther, Stephen 204 


Lawrence, Dale 193 


Gyurian, Joseph 207 


Leed, Sue Ann 11 , 79, 154, 216 




Leshay, Anne 173, 208 


Hawk, Joann 150, 157, 125, 214 


Lockatell, Thomas 216 


Hadaway, Susan 121, 158, 180 


Lugar, Janice 188 


Hahn, Judith 181 


Lyons, Mary 188 


Hall, Gary 161, 170, 193 


Lynch, Carl 68, 155, 217 


Hamilton, Andrew 161, 201 




Hanna, Edward 


McCarthy, Donald 68, 217, 264 


Harper, Sally Ann 121, 181 


McCue, Denise 208 


Heintz, Elizabeth 104, 204 


McFeeley, Gerald 217 


Heggs, Melvin 204 


Mc Guire, Patricia 217 


Heitz, Charles 125, 153, 163, 172, 214 


McMahon, Richard 193 


Helbley, Helen 166, 181 


McManiman, Michael 80, 132, 164, 217 


Herge, Ralph 214, 228, 237 


Miller, Thomas 176 


Herold, Thomas 207 


Mahoney, Robert 217 


Hertzog, Karen 297 


Malick, Mark 196 


Hill, Stephen 181 


Marvel, Jennifer 194 


Hoffman, Wayne 214 


Matthews, George 


Hoke, Michelle 107, 121, 166, 207, 253 


Matthews, Lynwood 


Hole, Marcia 155, 215 


Maurer, 204 David 208 


Holmquist, H. Leonard 160, 204 


Mesaros, David 198 


Homesack, Stephen 181 


Minor, Matthew 182 


Horn, Donald 160, 192 


Moore, Joseph 201 


Horst, Mary Ann 76, 79, 165, 181 


Moran, James 


Hotchkiss, Roberta, Ann 182 


Munz, Lynn 188 


Houpt, Thomas 73, 193 


Murdough, Thomas 169, 218 


Howard, Allan 215 


Muroski, John 204 


Huston, Mark 201 


Murray, Noel 120, 122, 176, 235 




Murphy, Kevin 208 


Ickinger, Catherine 116, 182 


Myers, Anne 126, 173, 188 




Myron, Kenneth 155, 218 


Jackson, Laurie 157, 173, 182 


Mullen, Richard 194 


Jackson, Mark 182 


Mondevergine, Michael 138, 139, 142, 194 


Jaskowiak, Judith 215 




Jones, Keith 138, 215 


Newton, Janette 144, 159, 180, 218 


Johnson, Glenn 215 


Nicholas, Jennifer 130, 160, 163, 172, 218 




Niemann, Richard 168, 173, 218, 237 


Kahrs, Elizabeth 154, 187 


Nusbaum, Mark 219 


Keener, Philip 121, 159, 176 


Nystrand, Jan 89, 219 



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Palermo, Louis 188 

Peacock, Jane 208 

Pearson, Paul 98, 99, 100, 101, 126, 155, 170, 

219, 236, 263 
Pero, David 219 

Persons, Daniel 84, 85, 172, 183, 257 
Peterson, Deborah 150, 154, 219 
Plichta, Harry 220 
Patane, Brian 219 
Pellington, Carl 126, 220 
Poorman, Kenneth 121, 163, 172, 183, 184 
Press, Jeffrey 183 
Przekop, Robert 169, 183 
Purcell, William 183 
Pursell, John 220 

Quartuccio, James 201 

Raine, Randolph 205 

Raab, Donna 176 

Reilly, Nancy 177 

Reiss, Debra 122, 220, 236, 243 

Reustle, Michael 

Robertson, Warren 73, 98, 99, 100, 101, 126, 

194, 235 
Romano, Bernadette 79, 112, 172, 183, 257 
Romanowicz, Robert 120, 220, 245 
Ruby, Timothy 177 
Russell, Bryant 189 

Salter, Janet 221, 240 

Salicondro, Gregory 73, 156, 195 

Saner, James 221 

Saphos, Stephen 168, 195 

Savo, Michael 202 

Scales, Jay 195 

Scarafile, Anne 121 

Schultz, John 168, 189 

Shafer, Todd 165, 177 

Sheaffer, Cynthia 221 

Sherrerd, Robin 

Shinaly, Francis 221 

Shirley, Elaine 120, 158, 177, 230, 244, 248, 

249, 251 
Siegele, Karl 184, 208 
Siegler, John 
Sillari, Peter 209 
Smith, John 195 
Smith, Howard 198 
Snavely, Paul 195 
Sobel, Michael 119, 153, 221 
Solomons, Richard 161, 184 
Sonday, Scott 198 
Spare, Jonathan 196 
Spencer, Myra 222 



Staats, Kenneth 205 

Stanwich, Beth 165, 222 

Stark, John 209 

Steiner, Joseph 209, 249 

Stipp, Conrad 68, 184 

Stolte, Aldo 196 

Stone, Catharine 117, 160, 171, 205, 249 

Sucharski, Kathleen 168, 171, 184 

Sullivan, Michael 222 

Sweet, Todd 153, 170, 222, 257, 265 

Swenson, Richard 184 

Sylvester, William 196 

Symanski, Carolyn 209 

Tanis, David 164 

Tart, Laura 222 

Taylor, Tina 123, 202 

Tellman, Mary 116, 118, 189, 248 

Teta, Linda 184 

Theibault, Craig 68, 110, 109, 156, 223 

Todd, Terrence 196 

Townshend, Peter 165, 173, 218, 249, 254 

Trimmer, Mark 162, 177 

Truppi, Rosemarie 184, 185 

Underwood, JoAnn 154, 173, 223, 227, 254 
Urbanik, Edward 202 

Vamos, Beatrix 196 

Vandergrift, Robert 205 

Vanechanos, Louis 166, 209 

Vellucci, Frank 73, 197 

Verduin, Craig 205 

Vernachio, Thomas 117, 121, 172, 185 

Vogel, Mary 121, 185 

Wagner, Rodney 157 

223 

Wallace, Patricia 158, 185, 223 

Walter, William 94, 95, 96, 97, 169, 185 

Walters, Gary 73, 161, 197 

Weiss, Karen 185 

Weike, Constance 189 

White, Annette 78, 79, 104, 105, 185 

Widing, Lisa 157, 223 

Wilkins, Glenn 168 

Windholz, Diane 197 

Winterbottom, Douglas 197 

Wolfe, Brenda 11, 78, 90, 93, 202 

Wollerton, Robert 

Wyremski, Stephen 223 

William, Gregg 

Yazujian, James 73, 142, 197 
Young, Russell 223 

Zuy, David 189, 125 



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T)o not stand at my grave and weep 
J am not there. J do not sleep. 
J am a thousand winds that blow. 
J am the diamond glints on the snow. 
J am the sunlight on ripened grain. 
J am the gentle autumn rain. 
When you awake in the morning's hush. 
J am the swift un flinging rush of quiet 

birds in circling flight. 
J am the soft star-shine at night. 
Do not stand at my grave and cry . . . 
J am not there. J did not die. 
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