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DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 
PQE&ENTS W^ 
THE 1988 CORNUCOPIA 

ADV1SOQ 

Mr. Joe Ferry 

EDITOQ-IN-CHIEF 

Beth A. Bevins 




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CO-EDITODS 

Sharon Chapman 
Shiela Smith 

• AND STAFF 

Margaret Baummer 

Carole Bryan 

Joan Comly 

Angie Cronin 

John Ebert 

Michael Hibbard 

Dana Kalins 
Dawn Richards 
Anne Whitesell 




The Cornucopia is published annually by Jostens Printing and Publishing, PO' 
Box 297, State College, PA 16801 

The Photography Studio for the Cornucopia is Anthony's Studios, 611 and 
Bristol Rd., Warrington, PA 18976 



CONTENTS 



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CANDIDA 

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DEDICATION 
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ADM. & STAFF 
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FACULTY 
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SPECIAL EVENTS 
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SPOPTS 



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CLUBS 
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HAPPENINGS 



P. 190 



SENIOR* 



P. 208 



GPADUATION 






PRESIDENT 
William H. Borer III 



We, the members of the yearbook staff, are proud to dedicate the 1988 
Cornucopia to William H. Rorer III, president of Delaware Valley Col- 
lege. He assumed the Presidency of DelVal on July 1, 1988 after serving 
as Senior Vice President of the Rorer Group, Inc. a worldwide pharmacu- 
tical company. 

Almost immediately, Mr. Rorer had an impact on life at the College. 
Before taking office, Mr. Rorer took the time to listen to the concerns of 
students. He talked about making our day-to-day lives more dynamic 
and more conducive to learning. But he also talked about responsibility 
and accountability for students. 

In the area of academics Mr. Rorer has already made things happen. 
Our MBA program with La Salle Universtty is in opi 
degree program in Liberal Arts is in place. Some of our existing majors 
have had their names changed to make them more up-to-date. And more 
new programs, such as Biotechnology, are on the way. 

Our already-beautiful campus is getting an overdue facelift. Dorms are 
being spruced up, buildings are being painted and the potholes are being 
fixed. There is a sense of pride developing about keeping things neat, and 
clean. 

But it is in the area of student life that Mr. Rorer and his administra- 
tion have concentrated most of their efforts. There are more things to do, 
more cultural and entertainment events to attend, more activities going 
on. It is no longer necessary for students to pack their bags on the 
weekend and leave campus in order to have fun. 

Along with the new privileges, however, have come new responsibil- 
ities. Mr. Rorer has been tough, but fair, in the handling of student 
conduct issues. He has made it clear that offenders will be dealt with 
swiftly and sternly. By the same token, those who abide by the rules of 
the College will be rewarded with sincere recommendations when it 
comes time for graduation and job-hunting. 

It has been over a year now since Mr. Rorer took office. Delaware 
Valley College has changed radically in a number of areas. But it still 
continues to be a warm, caring, understanding institutoin. And with Bill 
Rorer at the helm, we think the college will stay on its charted course. 




Administration ■ 



ADMINISTRATION 




William H. Qorer 

President 




Ru&sell R. (Schulz 

Assistant to the President, Section 504 
Coordinator 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 




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Willetta K. Gouriey 

Assistant Secretary of the 
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Judith A. Ditto 

Secretary to the President 



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BUSINE&S AND FINANCIAL AFFAIPS 




John Pyne 

Comptroller 



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Paul P. Schatsneider 

Business Manager 




Elmer G. Peiter Jr. 

Assistant Treasurer of the 
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Maureen M. Mihalko 

Assistant Comptroller 



Pita Chrismer 



Employee Benefits Counselor, Title IX 
Coordinator 




Ms. Marvann Ely 

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Dolores Pansey 

Accounts payable supervisor 



DEVELOPMENT 






Linda A. Dolby 

Director of Development 



Joseph P. Ferry 

Director of Public Information 



ACADEMIC ArEAIQS 








John C. Mertz 

Dean of Academic Affairs 



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Oskar H. Lar&son 

Registrar 




Anne Bair 



Assistant Director of Public 
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Lynn Pewak 

Registrar's Office 



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Pichard A. Lazarus 

Director of Computer Services 



Gerald Handler 

Chairman of Continuing Education 



STUDENT SERVICES 




H. William Craver 

Old - Director of Placement: NEW 
Dean of Students 





Therese A. Somerville 

Assistant Director of Residence Life 



Edward E. Duchnowski 

Assistant Director of Residence Life 





Joseph E. Eulcoly Jr. 



Director of Student Counseling 
Services 



Steve Davis 

Director of Act 101 Program 




HEALTH SERVICES 



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Joanne Eischer 



Mildred Waddin 



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Robert M. Saiier 

Director of Student Financial Aid 




OFFICE AND SECRETARIAL (STAFF 




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Mrs. Erma Martin 

Receptionist of DVC 





Anne Ackerman 

Switchboard & Sec. to Liberal Arts 



Marianne Schumacher 

Steno & Sec. to Physical Edi 




Mrs. Mileen Altier 



Sec. to Dairy & Animal Husbandry 
Departments 




Mrs. Donna Lazarus 

Sec. to Ornamental Hort. Department 




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Esther Naddeo 

Sec. to Athletic Department 




Mrs. Noonan 

Sec. to Chemistry, Biology & Food 
Industry 




Mrs. Reiter 

Sec. to the Placement director 




Mrs. Stanley 




Mrs. Doreen Maxwell 



LIBRARY 




Mrs. Ponder 

Assistant Librarian 





Mrs. Price 

Secretary to the Library 





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Judith Hohman 

Librarian, Reference & Cateloging 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Bruce Hanson 

Librarian & Reference 






Frank Wolfgang: Director of Athletics, Di- 
rector of Intramurals & Head Baseball 
Coach 



Sandv Havward: Assistant Athletic Train- 



Vinnie Hudson: Head Athletic Trainer 




THE 
COACHES 



Gary Pento 





Head Coach of Women's Basketball 



Bill Werkheiser 

Head Coach of Men's Basketball & 
Golf 





Pamela cSpotts 

Head Coach of Softball 





Dr. Robert Berthold 

Head Coach of Cross Country 



E. Qobert Marshall 



Head coach of Wrestling & Assistant 
Coach of Soccer 



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Steve Kline. Manager Of 
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AGRIBUSINESS 





Dept. Chairman Dr. John Avery 





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Jan Lusar 




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Dr. John Mertz 



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BUSINE&S ADMINISTRATION 







Dept. Chairman. Dr. Dominic A. Montileone 





Eugene J. McKeever 




Edward J. McCool 




Gerald Handler 






Elmer G. Reiter 



George F. West 



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Dr. Diehard A. Lazarus 



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Joann N. Roberts 




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Special Events 69 



HOMECOMING '87 




PEP DALLY 



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(SEVENTH 

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PADADE AND FOOTBALL 
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Homecoming 71 





CAREEQ DAY 




72 Special Events 





A JOB FOR EVERYONE 




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Founders Day 79 



THE 1988 

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ACTIVITIES DAY - DVC 




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APRIL 23 & 24 1988 




A -Day 85 




86 School Life 





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School Life 87 



Brenda Pringle. Jamie 
Rothenberger, Kate 
Dalton, Christina Druck 
Amy Cupples, Beckie 
Schatschreider, Joell 
Pursel, Lorraine 
Jantz, Katie Butler, 
Angie Cronin, Joanne 
Staats, Diana Costa, 
Ann Bastian. 




FLOOR: April DeGeorge, Jan Egner, Lisa Wilkoski, Jennifer Jesiolowski. SITTING Kim Casson, Kelley Cunningham, Donna Forte. Barbara 
Schwarz, Chris Schatt, Patty Rupell. STANDING Chris Zoch, Pam Frey, Michele Hensel, Cheryl Warren, Stephan Stephanie Hughes, Donna 
Bradley, Trina Sweigart, Mary Ann Baily, Jackie Leoncavallo, Laura Harmer, Allison Angle, Ann Kline, Maryann Bogt 



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Sitting: Vikki Reese, Kelli Carpenter, Renee Kazokas, Stephanie Nowell, Kia Ireland. On couch: Christine Borowsky, 
Holly Eckloff, Kate Umbarger, Holly Warner, Jill Wolfe, Dee Pisauro. Standing: Dina DiCarlo, Danielle Schlick, Beth 
Karr, Michele Fulmer, Kim Timler, Beth McCarthy, Dina Vidmar, Rachel Knight, Michele Morgan, Angie Thigpen. 




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Kneeling: Annette Canalichio, Annemarie Whitesell, Kathy Stasney,Lisa Brous, Lisa Dougherty, Jacqueline Shorten, 
Trish Mooritz. 2nd Row: Sheila Smith, Darlene Kozlawski, Joan Comly, Dawnmarie Richards, Erin Troutman, Helen 
Taylor, Tracy Ebbert, Jill Brubaker, Carole Gwynne, Tracey Lippy. 3rd Row: Margaret Baummer, Beth "Buffy" 
Bevins, Chris Farst, Kate Feron, Angie Williams 



Berkowitz 89 



COOKE 




ON FLOOR (L to R) Stacey Hoover, Randi Kunkel, Constantina Hajioannou, Jennifer DelGatto, Michele Moro. ON COUCH: Honor Brush, Donna 
Miloszar, Lisa Dietrich, Rynda Ross, Laura Chudkowski, Maliha Savoy, Deitra Ivary, Tricia Gimon. 




1ST ROW (L to R) Angie Mazaika, Lori Barr, Kim Hunsicker, Denise Evans. 2ND ROW (L to R) Christina King, Kirsten Dresser, Cindy Booney, 
Heat her Brown, Margaret Schultz. 3RD ROW (L to R) Rebecca Crouch, M J Lange, Loraine Chudkowski, Kerry DeBonis. LAST ROW (L to R) Jody 
Lex, Ann Luno. 



EL&ON 




Tony Cooper, Nick Shir- 
dirk. Niel Bittner, Rob Hof- 
stetter, Wayne Chabot, Greg 
Christianson. Alex McCrack- 
en, Tom Akam, Bill Lamack, 
Brian Hahn, Eric Vanden- 
Berghe, Jerry Fritsz, Doug 
Linde, Frank Gunson, Kel- 
vin Hatch, Sean McAfee. 



WOLFSON 




Not in order: Darell Garner, Jim Williams, Tim Tolen, Jeb Blain, Tom Kellett, Scott Jones, Tim Hayden, Tad Kuntz, 
Art Ruediger, Walter Biancha, Sean Schwartz, John Allen, Al Schiavo, Eric Kunz, Ed Reiff, Harry Liekaclzk, Nick 
Giorgianni, Doug Caldwell, John Gerhardt, David Hershey, Tom Burbage, Scott Schrei, Tom Smith, Andy Kanaskie, 
Chris Hanson, Sal Assante, Chris Nash, Mark Asvrian, Doug Walkan, Sean Harkins, Pete Williams, James Matro, Tim 
Harrington, Chris Beaulieu, Ty Hensohel, Jim Welker, Joe Cascarelli, Brad Sennett, Marc Krasner, Tom Hoynowski, 
Joseph Diamond. David Ebright. 



Dorms 91 



DODM LIFE AT DVC 




SAMUEL 




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ON FLOOR - L to R: Greg Bair, Sean Miller, John Nicholson, Jon Schantz ON CHAIRS - L to R: Hardy Rueb, Mike Morris, Tracy Snyder, Randy E 
Worrell, Greg Strait, Andy Ernst, Tim Donnelly, Kevin Milz. 




6ECOND 



1st ROW - L to R: Brad Bittner, Jim Bodai, Chris 
Britton, 2nd ROW - L to R: Brendon Cawood 
Chuck Mc Grath, Ben Vandevort, Mark Ambrose 
STANDING - L to R: Robert Day, Steven Botto, 
Rom Schoffstall, Frank Pershpalaj, Bill Kopaski 



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ULMAN 




FIRST 



On Couch: L to R- Brett Greenland, 
Rob Hopszer, Zack Baxter, John 
Karycki. Standing L to R- Stephen 
Dolphin, Don Griffing, Kevin Drad- 
ley, David Anthony, Jorge Paz. 



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Foster Kennedy, John Baranka, Joe 
Paelutta, Bob Stamin, Sean Santen, 
Rob Mitros, Matt Laino, Billy 
Turner, Rich Nazameta, Rob Ben- 
ner, Gordon W. Smith, John A Ack- 
ley, Lou W Revy, Ed Swap, Frank W 
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ULMAN THIDD 




TABOR 




On Floor: Scott Manning. Travis 
Sherman On Couch: Brian Clair. 
Rob Lopes, Hank Kasprzak. Damon 
Baltimore, Lenny Burkeace, Gary 
Kampmeyer, Chris Turner, Antho- 
ny Colazzo First Row Standing: Ken 
Bacotti, John Kraemer, Matt La- 
Cava, Randy Kostiuk, John Con- 
wors, Patrick Flynn Second Row- 
Standing: Billy Ray Valentine. Matt 
Reasoner, Steve Lighty On Bed: 
Tucker Shive. Bill Brosky 



Chris Mucci, David Bachinsky, Eddie Moran, Midnight The Cat, Scott Aharoniall, Chris Fournier, Clarence Smith. 
Tom Birkner. Ed Ashton, John Gerdes, Scott Kimball, Jeff "Toolman" Graham, Joe Ryan 



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First Row: Tom Sweeney, John DeFeo, Rob Mehlma, Scott Cooper. Jim Zimmerman. Todd Guliek Second Row: Brian Bayda, Walter Preiss, Larry 
High. Neil Clover, Mona. Rob Martucci. Ed Sandshaw, Scott Ahrens, Mark Yarrish. Dennis Brown, Kevin Goldin 



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On The Floor Tom Higgins, Jed Seitzinger, John Davis, Kristian Garver, Bob Sergent, Mark Brinsky, Ash McDonnel, Ed Hahola, Steve Rosenthal, 
Dave Hirtle, Joe Galczynski, Santa (Ched Baker), Gary Wertman, John Thomas Standing: Peter Milicia, Steve Metzgar, Jim Enoch, Todd Anderson, 
Ke\ in Lyons, Bob Thomas, Jeff Guest, Craig Pearce, Marti Hoffner, Shawn Huzar, Dave Hannichek (Chief), Brian Manley, Frank Phillips, Bubba 
iLoren Bache), Ed Keiser, Bob Solly, David Boniface, John Finocchiaro, Kevin Dickmyer. 



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Cheerleaders 103 



FOOTBALL 




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FIELD HOCKEY 




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The 1987 field hockey team had a success- 
ful season. Finishing with a record of - , they 
started out winning, experienced a losing 
streak mid season and then won the last four 
games. Injuries accounted for the slump. The 
team will lose four seniors: Beth Karr, Lisa 
Long, Deb Masculi, & Lynn Shumack, all 
who were co-captains. However, there are 
many underclassman who are strong players 
and will be able to overcome the loss. This 
years MVP was Deb Masculi. Both Deb & 
Lisa Long were elected to the MAC all Star 
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DVC '87 record: 5 wins 

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Best record in 4 years 

Outstanding Defensive Play 

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Outstanding Offensive Play 
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MVP: Troy Eutermoser 




112 Soccer 





Kneeling: Rich Berger, Alex Simpson, L to R: Matt Reasoner, Coach Marshall, Marc Jensen, Lamin 
Sagnia, Steve Lighty, Corey Cluck, Tom Lewis, Jeff Neary, Ray Shilling, Annette Canalichio, Troy 
Eutermoser, Jason Minoff, Joe DeStefano, Sean Doyle, Ken Brown, Coach Simpson, Doug Caldwell. 



Soccer 113 




Outstanding defensive player: Tom Lewis 




114 Soccer 





The 1987 Soccer teams record was the 
best one in the past four years. After a 
slow start in the first half of the season, 
the team really started to work togeth- 
er, winning five of the last ten games. 
They lost three of those games by one 
goal & two of them after playing double 
overtime. 

The nucleus of the team should re- 
turn in '88 as we are losing only 4 se- 
niors: Alex Simpson, Rich Berger, Steve 
Lighty & Jeff Neary. However, these 
seniors will be missed. We have high 
expectations for the next year with 
Troy Eutermoser & Tom Lewis contrib- 
uting their strength in the backfield. 
Along with Marc Jensen & Sean Doyle 
controlling the ball at midfield, Corey 
Cluck & Doug Caldwell will contribute 
on the front line. 

Coach Simpson 




Soccer 115 



CDOcM. COUNTRY 



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First Row Left to Right: Kim Finer, Hardy Reub, Anthony Donofrio, Greg Christiansen, Matt Johnson, Brendon 
Caywood, Don Griffing, Dawn Reckner Second Row: Sue Barnhurst, Deanna Smith, Rob Benner, Art Reudinger, 
Gary Kampmeyer, Donovan Leidelmeyer, Cassandra Chrismer, Melissa Bravo Third Row: Kathy Lunova, Ann 
Kline. Coach Dr. Robert Berthold, Coach Laura DiDonato, Coach Ken McDaid, Chris Druck, Trish Moritz 





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The DVC women's cross country had 
a successful season compiling an over 
all winning record of 6 and 3. The team 
got off to a slow start due to a large 
number of new ladies out for the team. 
One highlight of the 1987 season was 
the quadrangular meet with Moravian, 
Widener, and Cedar Crest Colleges. Al- 
though Moravian easily won the meet, 
the outcome of the other two competi- 
tions hung in doubt until the last half 
mile uphill finish where the Aggie la- 
dies dominated. Another highlight was 
the team's third place finish in the 
Drew Invitational Meet. A couple of 
key injuries detracted from the team's 
performance in the Conference Cham- 
pionship Meet at the end of the season. 

Team leadership again fell to senior 
Trish Mooritz who returned as captain 
for the second year. For her perfor- 
mance and inspiration, the team voted 
her the most valuable award for the sec- 
ond year in a row. Also finishing out 
their varsity careers were seniors Kim 
Finer who for her dedication and per- 
servance was presented with the 
Coachs' award by Coach Berthold and 
Assistant Coach Laura DiDonato; and 
Kathy Lunova. The top scorer award 
went to freshman Sandy Chrismer, an- 
other top scorer was another freshman 
Dawn Reckner. Other varsity members 
were Sophomore Deanna Smith and Ju- 
nior Susan Barnhurst. Other lady run- 
ners who saw action during the year 
were Chris Druck, Ann Kline, and Field 
Hockey Team member Deb Masciulli 
who helped out in the MAC Champion- 
ship Meet. 



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From a strictly win loss standpoint, 
the thin clad's fall season was quite dis- 
appointing finishing out the dual meet 
season with a 3 and 6 record. However, 
a total of only five points figured into 
three of the losses, and in each of these 
meets one key varsity runner was not 
able to compete. The team redeemed 
itself in the MAC Championship meet 
handily beating the two conference 
teams that had beaten them during the 
dual meet season. Other highlights for 
the season were the team's second place 
in the Ursinus Invitational and its third 
place finish in the Drew Invitational. 

Seniors dominated the 1987 team. 
Gary Kampmeyer who has been associ- 
ated with the team longer than anyone 
but Coach Berthold, returned as Cap- 
tain. Leading the team in scoring this 
year was Rob Benner who returned to 
the team after taking his Junior year 
off. A much improved Anthony Dono- 
frio was voted by the team as Most 
Valuable Harrier for his performance 
and leadership contributions to the 
team. Greg Christiansen was given the 
"Guts Award" by Coach Berthold and 
Assistant Coach McDaid for his dedica- 
tion, consistency, and marked improve- 
ment. Another varsity runner was Al- 
fred College transfer Don Griffing who 
was sidelined part way through the sea- 
son with an injury. The sixth varsity 
runner was freshman Donovan 
Leidelmeyer. 

Others who were active throughout 
the season and who were involved in 
scoring were Freshman, Art Ruediger, 
and Brendon Cawood. Junior Hardy 
Rueb also saw limited action until side- 
lined by a chronic injury. 





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VOLLEYBALL 







L to R: Kelley Cunningham, Diana Cost, Debbie Stackhouse, Karen Vincent, Trish Dollarton, Constantina 
Hajioannou, Donna Bradley, Sheri Hughes 




Connie Hajioannou - Captain 




I would like to thank everybody 
on the team for finishing the sea- 
son. A special thanks to: Kim, 
Lisa, Pam & Patricia for being line 
judges. Good Luck next year! Get 
up Del Val! 

Take Care, 
Constantina 
"the Greek" 



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ONE MODE LOOK AT DEL 




W& FALL ATHLETES 




Sports 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 









After the 1986-87 season in which the Ag- 
gies of D.V.C. experienced the hest season 
ever (15-10). The coaching staff expected big 
things for the 1987-88 season. Even a possi- 
ble berth in the M.A.C. PLAYOFFS. With 
everyone returning from the 1986-87 season 
and some highly touted recruits, the season 
started off with a bang. The Aggies won the 
Allentown College Tip Off Tournament by 
beating Wilmington College & Allentown. 
They started the M.A.C. schedule off with a 
big win over the defending Division Champi- 
ons, King's College. At semester break the 
Aggies were 7-2 overall & 4-0 in the M.A.C. 

When returning from semester break to 
resume practice, they were struck with severe 
eligibility problems. Losing 3 key varsity 
players & a host of JV players, which made it 
necessary to cancel all our JV games. Under 
extreme adversity the Aggies hung tough in 
all their remaining games, finishing up with 
a 12-13 record. 

Highlights of the season were Dwight Wel- 
don, Junior Co-Captain reaching 1,000 pt. 
plateau. Joe Butts also Junior Co-Captain 
making the college All M.A.C. team & All 
ECAC team. Joe Butts was also declared 
leading scorer & MVP for the season. 
Charled DeShield was declared most Im- 
proved Player. Gene Bloemaker received the 
Coaches Award & Brian Manely was the Cal- 
vin Kidder Award for the 2nd straight yr. Joe 
Butts was also elected to the small college All 
Philadelphia Team. 




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1987-88 

DECODD 

14-11 



THE 1988 WOMENS BASKETBALL TEAM 



Delaware Valley College Women's Basket- 
ball program is "right on track". The Lady 
Aggies finished with a 14-11 overall record 
and a 9-2 in the MAC's. 

We were in the thick of the conference race 
all the way, and we beat a lot of good teams, 
including Scranton. 

The players worked hard and were dedi- 
cated. Everyone on this team contributed to 
our success, and the thing that is exciting is 
that this was a very young team and most 
everyone will be back. 

The Lady Aggies actually tied for the regu- 
lar season title in the MAC with Scranton at 
9-1, but they lost a very tough 67-59 decision 
to Scranton in the playoffs. They subse- 
quently lost to Elizabethtown, 85-58, in the 
MAC Tournament, and then to Frostburg 
State, 69-63, in the ECAC playoffs. 

Del Val was led all season by MAC All 
Conference selections Michelle Shirk and 
Laura Rotz. Shirk led the team in scoring 
(17.2 ppg), rebounding (12 per game), field 
goal percentage (50.3), and foul shooting 
(76.3). She was also chosen on the first team 
All MAC Conference, was MAC Player of the 
Week two times and was on the ECAC All 
Star First team, front court. 

Rotz, a sophomore, led the team in assists 
(105), and 3 pt. goals (52), and she was cho- 
sen on the first team all MAC Conference 
team, was picked ECAC Player of the Week, 
and made ECAC all Star second team, back 
court. — But don't forget other players, like 
Rhonda Hill, Lisa Long. Lynn Gleisner, 
Stacy Yoder, Trish Dollarton, Carla Mari- 
netti, and Karen Cumminskey, "As I said 
before this was a real team effort." — Coach 
Pento 



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Womens Basketball 131 



The wrestling team had another 
great season with a 16 - 1 dual meet 
season and a second place finish in a 
Conference of 20 schools. They had 6 
finalists: Mike Zarbatery 118, Bob 
Mokrynchuk 134, Jim Bodai 142, Mark 
Ambrose, Randy Worrell 167 and Garth 
Lakitsky 177. M.A.C. Champions were 
Bob Mokrynchuk 126, Mark Ambrose 




158, and Garth Lakitsky 177. Mark Am- 
brose finished second in his weight class 
in the National Tournament and 
earned Ail-American. Garth Lakitskky 
placed 6th and also earned Ail-Ameri- 
can. The team finished tenth at the Na- 
tionals. This was Coach Marshall's 14th 
year with a record of 177 wins and 31 
loses. 



WQESTLING 








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BASEBALL 








Front Row (L to R) Dana Kalins, Sean Kelly, Dave Mraz, Michael Curcio, Bill Boyle, Paul Leinbach , Chris Stuhl, Tony Sandone. 2nd Row: Bob Ko- 
purna, Bill Turner, Robert Lopes, Matthew Lacava, Neil Bitner, Seott Seidel, Brad Bitner, Ken Hager. 3rd Row: Coach Frank Wolfgang, Scott Shrie, 
Ron Gorniak, Dan Law, Mark Zengel, John Conway, Lyle Cunningham, Coach Robert Simpson. 







WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 



The 1987-88 Softball season was 
one filled with ups and downs, and 
unlike the 86-87 season, which ended 
on an up note, the past season ended 
a little flat. Bad weather was a prob- 
lem throughout the season. The mix 
of upper classmen and freshman was 
definitely a positive aspect and wil 
give much encouragement for return- 
ing next next year and trying to re- 
capture the Northeast Title. 

The captains were Beth and 
Tammy Petraskie. 

MVP - Beth Karr 

All Conference - Beth Karr and 
Margaret Baummer. 





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1st Row L to R: Kevin Dickmeyer, Jim Enoch, Mark Brinsky, Arthur Ruediger, Dietrich Lewis, James Wilson, Scott Jones, William Howard. 
2nd Row: Jeffrey Jones, Kevin Czapor, John Allen Jr., Shaun Huzar, Dante Austin, Phil Sperry, Steven Liller, Keith Alderfer, Mark Reason. 
3rd Row: Ass. Coach Garvin, Manager Sue Doan, Patrick Glozzer, Rodney Kwiatkowski, Robert Benner, Gerhard Rueb, Thomas Allen, 
Thomas Makowski, Joseph Nigro, Christopher Sharp. Charles DeShield, Frank Gilbert, Ted McElwee, Ass. Coach Ken McDaid, Manager 
Jane, Head Coach Richard Acker 




Team Record - DVC - 9 wins 1 loss, Outstanding 
Track Award - Marc Reason, Outstanding Field 
Award - Ted McElwee, Coaches' Award - Rob 
Benner 

The 1988 season was one of the greatest in the 
history of DVC track and field with a nine win one 
loss season. Upsets were frequent as DVC men 
downed previously unbeaten Moravian, Ursinus, 
and Haverford losing only to the 1988 MAC 
champs, Susquehanna. Max Reason was the 
standout on the track qualifying for the NCAA 
championship and anchoring great relay victories 
in the 4 X 100 and 4 X 400 team. The team of 
Dietrich Lewis, Joe Nigro, Kevin Dickmeyer, and 
Marc Reason captured the MAC Championship. 
The 4 X 400 team of Rueb, Enoch, Benner, and 
Reason came within .4 seconds of qualifying for 
the NCAA. Rob Benner on the track, and Jefi 
Jones, Ted McElwee, John Allen, Charles De- 
Shield in the field were top scorers to lead DVC tc 
great wins. 

MAC's — Shot Put- Jeff Jones 2nd, Steve Lillei 
4th; Discus - Ted McElwee 2nd; Long Jump 
Charles DeShield 4th; 400 - Marc Reason 2nc 
(NCAA Qualifier - 48.43), Jim Enoch 6th; 800 
Rob Benner 2nd, Dante Austin 4th; 1500 - Rot: 
Benner 4th. 

MAC Championship in Western Maryland 4tr 
Place, 4 X 100 Relay - 1st place MAC Champ; 
(Lewis, Nigro, Dickmeyer, Reason), 4 X 400 Rela_\ 
3rd place (Rueb, Enoch, Austin, Reason), Marl 
Reason named Ail-American in 400 at NCAi 4 
Championships. 




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WOMEN'S TDACK 





Front Row L to R: Sharon Chapman, Deb- 
orah Mascuilli, Dawn Reckner, Suzanne 
Nussbaum, Head Coach • Richard Acker. 
Standing: Manager Sue Doon, Assistant 
Coach Garver, Constantina Hajioannou, 
Deborah Stackhouse, Randi Kunkel, Lisa 
Dietrich, Kia Ireland, Assistant Coach Ken 
McDaid, Manager Jane 





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The 1988 season was one of the most successful 
ones in many yeare at D.V.C. The team ended up 
with a 20-4 record and a tie for 6th place with Muh- 
lenberg College in the Middle Atlantic Conference 
Championships held at Shawnee on the Delaware. 

Freshmen Doug Linde and Brad Broff led the 
team with records of 10-3. Senior Paul Thievon had a 
9-4 record followed by Junior John Nicholson with a 
7-6 record and Senior Mike King with a 5-6-2 record. 

Mike King and Brad Groff ended up tied for 13th 
place in the individual scores in the M.A.C. 
Championships. 

Also adding to the success of the Aggies during the 
course of the season were Freshmen John Thomas 
and Corey Cluck and Juniors John Burkhardt and 
Brian Maschmeyer. 



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Rd. #1 Box 248 
Abbottstown, PA 17301 

APICS (Vice President), NAM A, 
Food Industry Club, Lab Animal 
Club, Intermurals 

Brush Monkey /Rob it's been su- 
per. Harvey the skate rat-thanks 
for being a mellow kat. Laura, Buff, 
Toastet-thanks. The two Gomers, 
Spankey, Redman, Deron, Vberg/ 
poker/Mexicans/D.L.'s kitchen. 

ROBERT MARTUCCI 

BOX 411 Cole Rd. 
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jHey Maaan! You losers in Work 
Hall better try to do something 
with your lives. FINO-MAN, don't 
chip trails anymore. Dave, Kev, 
Joey, Italian, Bubba, Thanks for 
some memorible times. RE- 
PLACEMENTS are #1 to 
SKIZZY, HAB and best of luck to 
you. TAKIN A RIDE. If only you 
were lonley 87- Thank You Mom 
&Dad for your support and pa- 
tience. SCHOOL & Buck hill to 
everyone. 

LISA ANN SCHWEITZER 

RD. #2 BOX 81-C 
Spartansburg, PA 16434 

Agribusiness Club, Chorale, Inter- 
mural Voleyball 



I want to thank my parents for 
financing my education and always 
being there when I need you. I 
want to thank my friends especial- 
ly my roommate Jackie. You made 
my life bearable. And now to you 
Jack-thank you for loving me and 
helping me through the last years. I 
love you! We are "one" on July 30, 

TRACY SNYDER 

BOX 106 
Pitman, PA 17964 

Wrestling 1, 2, Captain 3, 4, Intra- 
mural Football & Volleyball, 
Softball 

Thanks Mom & Dad for all you 
have done. Thanks to Reds, Randy, 
the wrestling team, and Coach 
Bob- for all the goodtimes. I espe- 
cially want to thank Michele for 
her help. 

ERIC J. VANDEN BERGHE 

Deleware Dr. 
Sergeantsville, NJ 08557 

Apiary Society, Intramurals: Vol- 
leyball, Basketball, softball, Cho- 
rale, Landscape Nursery Club, 
RAEC, Screw Crew, Class 
President. 

To all my roomates, you guys are 
the greatest. Thomas E. and the 
Pyrotechnician (3 days), Daniel 
Lee's Kitchen, Buddy and Captain 
Morgan, Jerry and his seizures, and 
Hibby's next (My Mom just bought 



me a tripod). To Rob & Greg, what 
can I say "Take the skirts off! CC 
II, Thanks for being such a great 
friend! Carole, you made senior 
year the best! Thanks Mom & Dad 
for everything!! I Love You! What a 
long strange trip it's been, some- 
times the lights are shinin' on me, 
other times I can barely see- JG. 
Sue Bee- Remember'87! Good Luck 
to the class of '88! Big T. Carry on 
the legacy. Amor Conquista Todo- 
DM - DVC - Thanks for the 
memories! 

ELIZABETH A. WHETSTONE 

6041 Michael Dr. 
Bensalem, PA 19020 

NAMA, Yearbook, Equine Club, 
Inramural Volleyball& Hockey, 
Equestrian Team English and 
Western. 

I'll never forget you F Troop. 
Ted you're back again! Don't leave! 
This is my school! Appaloosa- 
Thoroughbreds Rule A-Day 1987 
(Knight & Baron). Cousin IT! The 
Nun and the Truck Driver, unfor- 
gettable roomates. Sherah, Ten lets 
go Greek. Here's to you Mom & 
Dad. 

AGRONOMY 

DAVID ANTHONY 
BACHINSKY 

Tuckahoe Rd. 
Milmay, NJ 08340 

Agronomy Club Pres., Vice-Pres., 



FFA-Treasure, Christmas Dance 
Co-Chairman, A-Day participa- 
tion, Intramural Football- Volley- 
ball- Floor Hockey- Basketball- 
Softball. 

All the crazy and special times 
spent with the Farm House Boys - 
Steve D., Chris M., Denny H., Jeff 
G., & Ed A., especially the Christ- 
mas Dances- life at the infamous 
Farm House and the years after. 
Thanks Mom and Dad for all your 
help and support and a special 
thanks to Jacqueline. 

WILLIAM C. BROSKY 

670 Sugar Camp Rd. 
Finleyville, PA 18901 

Apiary Society, Soil Judging, Cross 
Country, Christian Fellowship. 

Best of luck to everyone in the 
Christian Fellowship, Especially 
M.B., D.H., M.L.Z. and A.S. Gala- 
tions 5:22-24. Thanks Mom and 
Dad, I couldn't have made it with- 
out you. 

STEVEN FEHEL 

475 Georegetown Rd. 
Nazareth, PA 18064 

Band (1, 2, 3, 4), A-Day Rep. (1) 
Pres. (2, 3), Block and Bridle (1), 
Outstanding Freshman Award, 
Agronomy Club (3), Intramural 
Volleyball (2, 3). 

I would like to thank my Mom & 
Dad for their support and guidance 



through these past four years. I 
would like to thank my wife 
Dianna for her love and support. 
Good luck to all my friends. 

NICHOLAS PAUL SHVIDRIK 

159 Kent PL Blvd. 



Summit, NJ 07901 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Equestrian Team 1, 
2, 3, 4; Chorale 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 
1, 3, 4; Inter Club Counsel Rep. 2, 3, 
4. 

Thanks for the memories in El- 
son with the water fights, and Ul- 
man 3rd freshman year. To my 
friends Amy, Speedy, Bri, Steve, 
The Wave, Pam, Chris, Amba- 
Thanks for the memories through- 
out the years. To Mom & Dad, 
thanks. Freeport, here we come. 

PHIL SNADER 

Snader Farms 

1301 New Windsor Rd. 

New Windsor, MD 21776 

Intramural Sports, A-Day Co- 
Chairperson, Agronomy Club. 

Remember those Segal Hall par- 
ties. Gomer, Rich, Reds, Larry, 
Hoker, Bunnybuns, Scott, Thanks 
for everything. Did we drink that 
much? Spang did we really have 60 
people in our room? Edie Ann 143 
Always!! 

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 



MICHELE LISA BANKERT 
"MITCHEL" 

RD #3 Box 253 
Red Lion, PA 17356 

Livestock Judging Team, Christian 
Fellowship, FFA, A-Day, Intramu- 
ral Volleyball 

PRAISE THE LORD! What a 
Muckenfess! Past Work 1st Com- 
rads. Debbie-dumpster search, Tig- 
ger & Trans, MHF dairy goat and 
UConn bound, "Never say never", 
Oh dear! Livestock Judging Crash- 
n-Burn. Eric, Rob, Dan-my bud- 
dies! Chey-my best roommate! 
(DBKM no more! CTRB, EGDH- 
SEMM?, ? God knows!) What a 
flappin Sr. year! God Bless! Luv ya! 
Mitchel 



ROBIN M. BRILEY 

704 Meredith St. 
Kennett Square, PA 19348 

Treasurer of Lab- Animal Club* 

Eric remember John A up at 6:30 
for the morning news. Dan are you 
ready quarters and no ING words. 
Don't worry about it Dan. Hey 
"Chey" missed any more Friday 
morning classes? No changes for 
me! I'm out of here! 

PENNY COREN 

20 Mead Ave. 
Middlesex, NJ 08846 

Equine Club- 1 year, Lab Animal 




I never would have made it 
through without my family and 
friends. RC, CK, GW, LS: CEO of 
SPIW, do bears bear, duets, jingles, 
how do I know? -the darn thing has 



REBECCA E. CROUCH 

11707 Sugarland Road 
Herndon, Virginia 22070 

Resident Assistant- 2 yrs, Block 
And Bridle- 3 yrs., Dairy Society- 3 
yrs., AG Team Member, Social 
Board Member- 1 yr., RAEC- 2 
yrs., A-Day Livestock Exhibitor, 
Dairy Clipping, ICC Member- 1 yr. 

To Mom, Dad, Rachel, I finally 
made it, thanks for your support! 
To CK, PC, GW - We've made it! 
Remember: hushpuppies, cross- 
word puzzles, Tuesday knights, 
fish, spiw, swayze crazy, G'Day 
mates! How we will miss those ex- 
citing classes like: Nutrition, Mi- 
crobiology, Feeds, Techniques and 
the various instructors. To J.D. and 
J.Z. - let's not forget "lucky dog", 
those long days in the hay fields, 
and the various road trips. To my 
fellow RA's - good luck and keep up 
the good work! To all the faculty, 
thanks for putting up with this ole 
Southern Gal!! goodbye and good- 
luck Del Val - for now anyway! 

JAMES E. DECOURCEY 

3319 North Furnace Road 
Jarrettsville, MD 21084 

Block & Bridle- 4 yrs., president; 



Ag Team- 2Vfe yrs.; Lacrosse-4 yrs.; 
Showing A-Day Beef- 4 yrs.; 
NESA; B&B Banquet; Farm Show 
85 & 38; Mr. APHA, B&B Annual; 
Show Team 

Meeting Barb & getting engaged, 
playing lacrosse, winning champi- 
on beef fitter, having a blast with 
all my friends, I'm from Maryland 
& that's south . . . For every nick- 
name given to me, I have two for 
you! Anat. & Phys. fun, fun, fun! 
Thanks for your help Dr. Hofsaess, 
Dr. Hill, Dr. Brubaker, Mr. Morris, 
and Mr. Gilbert ... I have actually 
learned something. I remember 
when Segal was something besides 
a Study Zone, Hooding in 86, 
"Homecoming 87", Thanks Mom & 
Dad . . . 

JULIE ANN DIETER 

434 S. Robinson St. 
Balto, MD 21224 

Block & Bridle 1-2, Equestrian 
Team 1-4, Equine Club 1-3, Lab 
Animal Club 4, Intramural Coed 
Volleyball 3-4, A-Day 3-4, Inter 
Hall Council 4, 1988 Calender 4 

P.J., Donna, & Kim I can't Be- 
lieve it's really over. How about 
Ceasars, Shower Partys, Gibbons, 
Volleyball, NBI, Mattchew, Gotta 
Dollar, Pink Elephants, Christmas 
Trees, T-top time, Tabitha, The 
Rodeo Song, The Farmhouse Boys, 
and all the other B.S.! I'll never 
forget Reading Day 86', 4-Wheel- 
ing, Catacombs 87' or ED! Thanks 
MOM, Hey Laura, I made it. So 
Long Everyone 



DERIN S. FOOR 

185 Mountain View Drive 
York, PA 17404 

Block and Bridle Club 1-4, Nation- 
al Block and Bridle Club, Soccer 1- 
2, Intramural Floor Hockey and 
Volleyball, A-Day '86 Pork Bar-B- 
Q Chairman 

going to milk at 3:00 a.m., raising 
hell on Ulman 1st, playing Mexi- 
cans in 104, Pit Parties, Farmhouse 
and Dairy registereds - Mom & 
Dad, thanks for everything - Kitty, 
thanks for the endless love and 
support. - We finally made it 
through! Unbelievable! Success! 
Managing and Operating one of the 
largest SHEEP Farms in eastern 
PA. 

ERIC MATTHEW GARVER 
R.D. #3, Coopersburg, PA 18036 



1988. Played lacrosse freshman 
year. Hunt, fish, ski, camp and 
spend as much time as possible en- 
joying the outdoors! 

I like to thank both Dan and 
Robin for being the best of room- 
mates, and for being there when I 
really needed you guys! I like to 
thank all of my teachers for their 
support and understanding during 
my college career. I like to give 
Doc. Brubaker a special thanks for 
all his support and help along my 
way through college, and for being 
a good friend! The Brushmonkey 



would like to say thanks and the 
best of luck to - Mitchel, Bear, 
Buff, and all his hunting buddies! 

PIERRE JACQUELINE (P.J.) 
GUYRE 

43 Shelly Dr. 
Somerset, NJ 08873 

Equestrian Team 1-4, Dairy Sociey 

1, Block and Bridle 1, Equine Club 

2, Intramural Hockey 1, Homecom- 
ing Decorating Committee 3-4, In- 
terhall Council President 4 

Well Jul we've made it four 
years. How's about it? Christmas 
trees, canoe parties, it's Matchew, 
Tabitha, fresh attack, super bowl 
Sunday and streaking. Those 
damned dresses, BALTimore, 
nighttime talks, who'll ever forget, 
its Madonna . . . again. Donna, how 
about that walk about, I wanna be 
sedated, partyworks, your birthday 
& chug-a-lug and of course where's 
Kim? Kim my transfer friend, 
study who wants to study, Barne- 
gat road trip, chug-a-lug, where'd 
Kathy have to go and Hogan. All 
the thing I'll never forget Tabor 
guys and T.I., I don't believe, 4 
wheeling in the snow, Christmas 
party junior year, uking on Cooke 
2nd, Tom, your a , my dried up 
fish, How long have you to known 
each other, Brian & Sam, Do I 
know you? Gotta dollar? Cooke 
dorm, Rynda & Kathy, Larry, Phil, 
Andy, Lori and everyone else I'll 
miss you. To my parents who sacri- 
ficed so much for me to have these 
memories, I love you! And to Sam, 
my love forever and always 



CAROLE A. GWYNNE 

RD1, Box 1362 
Columbia, NJ 07832 

Softball 85, 87; Lab Animal Club 
87, 88; Peer Coounselor 87-88; Vol- 
leyball 85, 85; Floral Society 87 

Thanks Mom, Dad & family for 
invaluable support, faith & love. 
Thanks Dr. Brubaker for teaching 
me what character building is all 
about. Parakeet, Teddy Bears, 
Hide Out Gang, softball, Alan, ac- 
countability, Homecoming '87, I 
Love You Mike. 

DENNIS E. HINES 

Webster Hill 
Cresson, PA 16630 

Block and Bridle Club & Show 
Team, Western Equestrian Team, 
Christmas Dance Co-chairman, A- 
Day Participation, Farm #3 Stu- 
dent Herdsman 

Life at the Farm House, and all 
the memories we've made together, 
matress riding and late night foot- 
ball games on the practice field. 
Thanks Kim for your love and sup- 
port, you will always be close to my 
heart. 

CHRISTINA M. KING 

14920 Chestnut Ridge Court 
Gaithersburg, MD 20878 

Intercollegiate Livestock Judging 
Team, Intercollegiate Equestrian 
Team (English & Western - Co- 
captain '84-'85) 4 yrs., Equine Club 



(secretary '84-'85 & treasurer '87- 
'88) 4 yrs., Block and Bridle 4 yrs., 
4-H 1 yr., FFA 1 yr., Lab Animal 1 
yr., A-Day 4 yrs., Greenhouse 
Crew, A I Course 

Miller Hall - Beach Party, Zam- 
buca, my ruminants. Judging Trips 
- Crash & Burn! Red car, football 
with U. Conn, black-out, & Mr. 
Giblets. Hayrides, manure collect- 
ing, hush puppies, Sydney, re- 
meber the brook, purple prevents 
the syndrome, fishtank, female 
problems, swing low, KA twins, 
g'day mate, 'moeba and crew, 
Grace - my H20 jug is empty! stu- 
pid chicken. Penny's talents - Rm 
222 answering service, bug swat- 
ting, and consultant for wheel of 
fortune. Rebecca - you missed one 
soap, radar detector, pennied in, 
bucket flood, trash can, 70 mph 
homeward boung, pre-post-during, 
Tue. night moons light. Much luv 
and thanx to Mom and Dad. 

DARLENE KOZLOWSKI 

4530 N. 16th St. 
Phila, PA 19140 

DVC Judging Team, 2 yrs. Dairy 
Society Member 

Carolyn - my best Roomie, Anne 
a great friend and confidont. Mr. 
Meyers - thanks, Dr. Brubaker - I ■„.. 
really appreciate all your help. To 
a great bunch of girls Nancy, Re- 
becca, Carole, Ann, Christina, 
Carolyn, Claudia, Missy M. An end 
to one life and a beginning to yet 
another. 

DEBORAH ANN MASCIULLI 



723 Helena Avenue 
Somerdale, NJ 08083 

Field Hockey 1-4 (MVP, all MAC), 
Floor Hockey 1-4 (Champs 1985), 
Track 1, Equestrian Team 1-2, 
Equine Club 1, Cross Country Sr. 

Genesee, Jr. Ripper, Sambucca, 
Mudslides, A-Day morning-after- 
syndrome, Pepsi?- thanks Jerry!, 
Speed Shop Clambake, Smurfette's 
1, 2, 3; Lee - moldy little kitten, and 
she's liking it! shotguns. Lisa - 
"shots" on goal, Kim - congrads, 
I'll miss ya. Thanks Mom & Dad!! 

PAULA ROBERTSON 

155 Marvin Rd, 
Middleton, NJ 07748 

Horseback riding, four wheeling, 
Softball, rock & country music, in- 
tramural floor hockey, photogra- 
phy, Kenny Rogers. 



The terror of toes. Being a DJ on 
Saturday nights. Wok vegetables 

rt *-. r\ +V-./-Y llMA rt-K T\AAV\IA of VWTT "OOl* 



see them. Having my room named 
lucky star. 

JONATHAN D. SCHANTZ 

3 Mayfair Ct. 
Little Silver, NJ 

RA, Lab Animal 



Sam. 1st, Jim, Doug - roommates 
- Good Luck in all you do. Jim - I'll 
still get even. Nancy, Terry, Gwen, 
Kirsten - your blue eyes, Kum- 
Quat, OUIJA, Julie, Margy, Beth, 
Dar, Deb, Chris, Ann, Paula, Kris, 
Dawn, Trish, Sue, Barb, Lisa's, Jill, 
Tracey, Kelly, Kris, Sean - remem- 
ber Def Leppard lives, Hardy - 
Computer man, All of you on Sam 
lst-Fall '87- Thanks, The Country 
Club, Eric, Robin, Dan - Good 
Luck - IFI, Not forgotten - Carole- 
your the best friend- BPE, I'll 
track you down, you deserve the 
best, Dr. B-Thank You, The Girls 
above are the best, I Love You All. 

LEE ANNE SEMMEL 

RD#1, Box 251 
Benton, PA 17814 

Apiary Society - Freshman, Floor 
Hockey 

Mold Roomies Deb & Kim, and 
she's liking it, he's pulling your 
)lacenta, Penny and senior citzen 
drivers, Peoro, red camaro, A.I. 
shortcourse practice cons, The 
Wright Farm, sitters for critters, 
little white kitten, river rats, 
^"hanks Mom & Dad for your sup- 
)ort and Chet for your financial 
lelp. Roger - Well, what can I say? 

KATHRYNE VOHS "KITTY" 

1025 W. Bristol Road 
Warminster, PA 18974 

Block and Bridle Club, Intramural 
Co-ed Volleyball, A-Day Co-chair- 
man Pork Bar-B-Q, showed Dorset 



lambs, Shepards Symposium, 
Shearing sheep in the dead of 
winter! 

3 yrs. I'm out of here, Mexicans 
summer school is rough, A-Day - 
"WILD ANGUS", on the truck. 
Harold's dairy & Schmidt's hay. 
Dairy Registers, Dinner Dances, 
and the X-mas semi-formals. A.W. 
don't forget Oct. 1. (FAG) Mom 
and Pop, thanks for helping me 
through school, I love you both. 
Derin remember 21st Southern 
Comfort. Thanks for your suopport 
and the best 3 yrs. of my life. Here's 
to our future together - We deserve 
it! Oct. 1, 1988 I love you. Success! 
Managing and operating one of the 
largest SHEEP farms in eastern 
PA. 

MARK T. YARISH 

RD #1 Box 367 

Clarks Summit, PA 18411 

Ag Team 3 yrs., Block and Bridle 2 
yrs., Football 1 yr., Vol. Fireman, 
PA & Nat. Grange Mem. 

Still can't forget Doc. Harner at 
the dairy . . . Farm 3 . . . ohhh Farm 
3 . . . Bend over!!!; But what else is 
new! Thanks Farm Bureau! Now 
that we got through the BS, Let's 
PhD it; money that is!! With an Aj, 
degree, who's kidding who, let's 
just enjoy it. To all my friends, 
thanks and good luck; we did it to- 
gether, and now we can laugh! Bye!! 



BIOLOGY 



JOANNE CLEMENS 



558 W. Bridge St. 
Morrisville, PA 19067 

Biology Club, 4 yrs., Apiary Soci- 
ety, 4 yrs., Band, 4yrs., ICC, A-Day 
Committee, lyr., APO, lyr., Intra- 
mural Volleyball, 3 yrs. 

Mom and Dad Thanks for all 
your love & support these last 4 
years, it meant everything to me. 
Jen, thanks for always putting up 
with my mess- I'll deFinitely miss 
you and our "neat" room. Chris, 
Kathy, Jimmy, Brian, Jill, & 
Steve-you guys are like Family. I 
never would've survived without 
all you weirdos! Mark you will al- 
ways be my best freind, I love you 
Forever! Hey Jimmy, you and Din- 
ky Keep Smiling! 

JIM N. CRISTEA 

419 Evergreen Avenue 
Hatboro, PA 19040 

Senior Class Commuter Rep., Biol- 
ogy Club, Band, Photography 
Club, Apiary Society, IM 
Volleyball. 

Thanks to everyone who has 
helped me, especially to Chris, Jo, 
Jen, Kathy, Kim, Jill, Rich, 
Wayne, Steve & Brian. I hope you 
all remember me everytime you 
smile. Smiles are very important! 
Right Doc? 

KIM L. FINER 

1495 Perkins Ln 
Edgewater Park, NJ 08010 

Field Hockey 1, 2; X-Country 3, 4, 



Co-Captain Sr; Student Counsel- 
ing, Apiary Club, LAM, Interna- 
tional Club, Lacrosse Club, IM 

We made it! Thanks Mom, 
Grandmom & Grandpop for all 
your support & help. Lee I Love 
You! Please no Bananas. Would 
have never made it without friends 
like Dawn, Sue, Lori & Lexi or 
mold roommates like Deb & 
Leeann. 

DONNA LYNNE HA YAK 

2 Brooklyn Avenue 
Lavallette, NJ 08735 

Cheerleading, 4yrs., Captain, 2 yrs., 
A Day Committe, 4 yrs., Secretary, 
2 yrs., Newman Club, 3 yrs., Presi- 
dent, 1 yr., APO, 2 yrs., Secretary, 
lyr., Apiary Society, 2 yrs., Biology 
Club, 1 yr., Lab Animal Club, 1 yr., 
Business Club, 1 yr., Intramural 
Volleyball, lyr. 

Dad Thanks for all your love and 
support. ZX Thanks for all the 
good times. I'll never forget you 
guys! Deb, Joanne, Lisa, Barb- you 
guys are the best. Keep on cheer- 
ing! Football player ... ah! ! Rich 
you will always have a special place 
in my heart. Bahamas- here we 



MICHELE HENSEL 

RD #4 Box 87 
Cranbury, NJ 08512 

Christain Fellowship: 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Equestrian team: 1. 



Moeba, BZZZT! Deb are you 
"toyred"? Oh SSSS-T-O-P! M & M 
dating service (sorry John) "Oh 
My" Mary Lou. When Moeba quit 
school, Anne's T-shirts Ted and 
Ann in Physiology Lab: Shock-a- 
toad! 12/1/84: When I found my 
best friend and future husband 
(1/1/88) Thanks Greg for the Best 
memories, all my love forever. To 
everyone else: Adios Amoebas! 

KATHLEEN LUNOVA 

175 Windsor Dr. 
Churchville, PA 18966 

Biology Club, 4 yrs., Cross Country 
Jr & Sr yr., Intramural Volleyball, 
4 yrs., Student Gov't Commuter 
Rep., Soph, yr., Intramural Floor- 
hockey, Soph, yr, 

JC, MV, JM, AH, CS, JH, JC, 
BH, SF, I Luv ya! Pat Don't Rub! 
BHf Chainsaw Beetles might still 
get you! Jo, watch for the GREEN 
HOUSES. Jen, Ravi Lives. MV & 
SF : I Love that Name !!! So tell me, 
BSB ? Mark: Who sing That song 
??, Guess what (forever). 

JEN MEASE 

RD 2 Box 436 A 
Hellertown, pA 18055 

Band 4 yrs, Bio. Club 4 yrs, Chorus 
2 yrs., Drama Club 1 yr., Apiary 
Society 4 yrs., A-Day Committee 3 
yrs., Intramural Volleyball 1 yr. 

Hey boogie-man are you hungry? 
Jo, you will forever have a special 
place with me; all those long talks 
& singing at the top of our lungs! 




CS, SF, BH, JC, JH, I love you all! 
Tom, I want your first album! Mom 
& Dad thanks for the opportunity 
to do all of this, I Love You! 

DAWNMARIE RICHARD 

109 Duer St 

North Plaindield, NJ 07060 

Chorale- lyr., Biology Club-1 yr., 
4-h Club-4 yrs. (treasurer, VP, 
Pres.), Photography Club- 4yrs., 
(secretary-2 yrs.), Interhall Coun- 
cil- lyr., Yearbook Staff- 1 yr. 

Darren 9/21/84- I love you, Al- 
ways! Beckster- Miss ya, ying ying, 
Lisa- the best roommate. Happy 
Holly, Jerry's Kids. Free Leis, . . . 
Age, Click Click Freeze, 9 in a bed, 
Spaghetti Pot, Dinosaur Noises, 
Strawberries, No thanks-Pll tale a 
Zero. BK, Magnum, Bon Jovi- 
Never Say Goodbye! Sue- my best 
friend, you're Great! Homecoming 
'87, A-Day weekends, registered 
parties, pub nights, Dinner dances. 
Thanks to my family and support 
group: Danny, Sharon, Donny, 
Kim, Adrian, Debby, Donald, Mi- 
cheal, and Jessica, Thanks Mom & 
Dad for giving me a dream come 
true. 4 down, 4 to Go VET 
SCHOOL BOUND. 

CHRISTINE SCHULTZ 

2096 Bristol Rd. 
Warrington, PA 18976 

Biology Club; Apiary Society; 
APO; Softball; IM Volleyball 

Mom and Pop: THANKS! I 



couldn't have done it without you. 
Jo and Jen: thanks for letting me 
crash in your room. Kathy: Orgy 
Chem. was a blast (literally) Jim- 
my - keep smiling. Jill, Kim, Rich 
and Wayne: I'll always remember 
our "commuter" days. Take care 
and best of luck to you all! 

THEODORE R. ZAJAC III 

853 Jason Dr. 
Bensalem, PA 19020 

Equestrian Team (2, 3, 4) Equine 
Club (2, 3, Pres. 4) Biology Club (2, 
3, 4 VP) 

Beth W- It's still greek to me and 
Cuzin it, Ann P - are frogs really 
sexy? Ann B and Michelle P - I'll 
never forget the torture in Phys. 
Lab - it was a shocking experience. 

BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 

SUSAN M. BITTELL 

20 Juniper Dr. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

AMA, A-Day Rep., Business Club, 
Chorale, Cheerleading. 

STEVEN: My Heart's yours! 
Thanks for the laughter. ILY. 
MOM & DAD: I love you! CHRIS- 
TINE: Very best friend. (10 yrs.) 
LISA: Long distance advice! 
Thanks! JIM/CHRISSY/PHIL/ 
EDIE/RICH/SCOTTI/DAN: 
Thanks for the support and laughs! 



DONNA: Talks and laughs! I found 
a friend in you! SHARON: New 
room-mate! ERIC: You're special! 
DVC: What great potential for the 
changes ahead! 

AMY B. CLAYTON 

219 W. Ridge Rd. 
Tylersport, PA 18971 

Lanscape nursery Club- secretary, 
Business Club, Student Govern- 
ment — SAC rep, Equestrian team. 

Beat Parties, Crayons, Alabama 
Slammers, Popcorns, NBI, Lisa C. 
and Sharon F. all our fun through 
the 4 yrs. here. Michele - our ski 
adventures in Vermont Lisa - No 
more Pussie Faces!! Our own home- 
comming '87. King "Eric". Surviv- 
ing Accounting night classes with 
Wonder Women & Superman. Jer- 
ry, my very own ornamental horti- 
culturist — I LOVE YOU!! Thank 
you for making my college years 
complete and the best!. Always re- 
member the Pine Tree Parties and 
the Euoynoumous? 

GREGORY D. CURRIE 

PO Box 617 

Old Wick, NJ 08858 

Football 1-5 

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE: 
GEN. WILLIAM CIMOHOWSKI. 
Special thanks to Mom, Dad, Bird 
and especially Dr. Mont. "Life's 
battles don't always go to the 
stronger or the faster man, but 
sooner of later the man who wins, 



is the man who thinks he can." 

STEVEN EARL DUCKWORTH 

174 Pickford Ave. 
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865 

Volleyball 3yrs, Lacrosse 4 yrs, 
Business Club 3 yrs, Agronomy 
Club 3 yrs, Semi Formal Christmas 
Dinner Dance 3 yrs. 

Hail to the "Farm House" and to 
the Farm House Boys for all the 
good times we've shared together, 
throwing everything out the win- 
dow, mattress rides through cam- 
pus, furniture set up in the library 
gardens, cake fight, paint battle, 
rode trips in the "family mobile" 
Long Beach Island, the "ham box" 
the "Corn Master" provolone ham- 
burger and many more, Thanks 
Mom and Dad for all your support. 

SHARON ANN FELLMAN 

Helen Lane 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (SEC -2, 3), 
(PRES - 4), Class '88 Sec. - 4, AM A 
- VP of communications, Home- 
coming Nominee, 4. 

Lisa, Amy & Steve, Thanks for 
all those special memories. Re- 
member those 4 hr. breaks between 
classes? We should have been 
studying BUT where were we? At 
the Mall of course. Steve Remem- 
ber Kutztown? Do you like my 
hairdo Amy Did you do your Ac- 
counting H.W.? Pat thanks for 
helping me through some tough 



CONST ANTINA HAJIOANNOU 
"CONNIE" 

1377 Provident Rd. 
Southampton, PA 18966 

RA, RA Rep., RA Executive Com- 
mittee, Business Club, (Tres.) 
AMA, Inter Club Council (tres), 
Varsity Volleyball (Capt), Track/ 
Winter & Spring (Capt 2 yrs), In- 
tramural Floor Hockey, Super- 
stars, Ram Pages. 

All my love to Mom, Dad, Grand- 
mother, Pantele, Stamie - Marie 
and Sophia. Thank you for all the 
support! Special friends: Rynda 
(remember the cafeteria jokes) 
Sharon Fellman, Lisa Capteri and 
Bruce D. Aewsome year Cooke 1st, 
thanks! Love Ya Cookie & Joe. 

BETH ANN KARR 

SUNNYCREST DR, 
Bricktown, NJ 08724 

Field Hockey (4yrs), Co Capt.; 
Softball (4yrs), Capt; Intramurals - 
Co-Ed Volleyball (champs) Floor 
Hockey (champs), Student Gov- 
ernment (sac), AMA Business 
Club, RA, Who's Who in Americas 
Colleges & Universities. 

Homecoming, A-Day, Away 
games Bus Trips, Pit & Dungeon 
Parties, Lisa Bring stick ups, don't 
go in, Lynn Myrtle glasses, Flyers 
Miester Brau, Hickeys, Jill - The 
beach, Bologne & cheese, grain you 
scare me! Softball MC conference 



champs! Kim don't play w/ han 
overs! Deb ya know what? Mom _ 
Dad Thanks for everything you're 
wonderful. Brooke, thanks for 
making my life very special Love 
ya! I'll miss you all Thanks for the 
GREAT Memories, GOOD LUCK! 

MICHAEL BENJAMIN 
KILKER 

Box 1084 
Windsor, NY 13865 

VP of events for AMA, JV - Varsity 
Football, JV - Varsity Track 

The Pit, I don't think there's a 
better place to escape to on cam- 
pus, right Chris T.? Chris you are 
one hell of a buddy. To Kim, Sue, 
Debbie, I don't think I could ever 
express enough, how much your 
freindships have meant to me. 
Good luck. 

LISA A. LONG 

3419 Fieldstone Dr. 
Doylestwn, PA 18901 

Field Hockey 4 yrs., Basketball 4 
yrs., Intramural Floor Hockey 2 
yrs. 

Thanks to all my friend for a 
good 4 yrs. Etta, Lisa, Deb, Laura 
B, Michelle, Laura E, Stacy, 
Rhonda, Tammy, Carla, Karen and 
Lynn. A special thanks to Mom 
and Dad for helping me get 
through college. Good times on 
Cooke 2nd never to be forgotten, 
Jung Lee, Michell, Laura, Lynn, 
Keep the tradition of Cooke 2nd. 



ii«i*& 



SHARON ANN MARKO 

49 Sellersville Rd. 
Chalfont, PA 18914 

^Business Club 1, 2, 3 yrs. 4 VP 

Thanks Mom & Dad, I made it! 
1988 future "CPA's" remember al 
the great studying we did preparing 
for the "Big Bucks" Thanks for 
many great friendships & a terriffic 
four years, Good Luck to everyone. 

DEBBIE NOONAN 

33 Sauerman Rd. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

VP 3 yrs.- Social House Rep, Busi- 
ness Club, Photo Club, AMA, In- 
tramural Volley ball and Floor 
Hockey. 

Thanks Mom & Dad for your 
Love, Support and help these last 4 
yrs. I couldn't have done it'without 
you. To my friends thanx for all 
the good times Esp. Lisa L, Lisa V, 
Laura E, Michelle, Laura R, Etta, 
Rhonda, Stacy, Steph, Carla, and 
Karen. Thurs. nights at NBI, mid- 
night phone calls, Road trips, ski- 
" ig at shawnee, KKPW, Rockin' 

Lhonda. Thanks to all the guys in 
Goldman 1st for a great Sr. year 
Esp. Bobby K. and Ben. 

SUZANNE L. RICCI 

24 Sharon AVe 
Somerville, NJ 08876 



Thanks Mom & Dad for every- 
thing, I couldn't have done it with- 
out you. Lenny 4/16/87 - I LOVE 
YOU!! Thanks for the joy you have 
given me Remember its been great 
& will only get better. To my 
friends - I'll miss you all. We have 
had some really good times. Dawn 
& Margaret you both have a special 
place in my heart, yeah!! yeah!! 

STEVEN LANCE ROSENTHAL 
("ROSEY") 

14120 Bauer Drive 
Rockville, Maryland 20853 

Football 1, 2; Business club 1; La- 
crosse club 1; IM Football 4; Traf- 
fic court Committee 2, 3; Judge 4; 
Treasurer-Junior Class; American 
Marketing Association-Vice Presi- 
dent; Work Hall R.A. 

Thank You Mom + Dad for all 
your Love + Support. I could'nt 
have made it without you! Lee, 
thanks for all your help. I won't 
forget. Joanne, I love you and will 
never forget the times we've 
shared. I wish you the best during 
your senior year. Capt. Fio- 
Where's my car?, Spider Man pose 
in MTY's room, Sue who?, and our 
last pit party, and a dented Pinto. 
MTY, Carol, Kim, and many DVC 
friends, faculty, administrators, 
and staff, thanks for the past 4 



ETTA CARLESIA SMITH 



Intramural Floor hockey, Intramu- 318 Kerrigan Blvd. 
ral Volleyball newark, NJ 07106 



Softball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; IM 
Field hockey 2, 4, Volleyball 4. 
Sophmore VB-Ball Most Improved 
Player, Junior B-Ball Best Defen- 
sive Player. Senior year B-Ball Co- 
Captain. 

Thanks MOM FOR ALL YOUR 
SUPPORT, and love couldn't have 
done it without you. It's been a 
good FOUR years and I wish the 
best of luck to all my friends Shar- 
on Chapman, Rhonda Hill, Laura 
Rotz, Lisa Vernalis (Vern), Mi- 
chelle Shirk, Stacey, Debbie, Laura 
Etz, Carla, Karen, and Tracey 
Murray. Also best wishes to John 
B., Brandt N., Jimmy W. and La- 
mont R. LUV YA ALL. 

MARK SPOTTS 

112 Avenue B 
Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 

Basketball 4 years. (Captain Soph- 
omore year) Intramural Football 
and Softball College Republicans 2 



Thanks to Mom and Dad, broth- 
ers (Jeff, Joel, Jon). Also thanks to 
my boys Chief, Ray, Burls, Marty, 
Wild Bill, Chun, Zab, Karen, Carol, 
Beth, Sheri, Laurie and Laura. 
Without all of you I would hav~ 
never made it. 

JANIS C. WOZAR 

11 Hellberg Avenue 
Chalfont, Pa 18914 

Being a full-time day student 
only one year has not been enough 




for many memories. I did meet a lot 
of nice, friendly people and inter- 
ested, caring teachers. To all I wish 
the Best. 

CHEMISTRY 

DONNN LEE FORTE 

1629 Martin Rd. 
Neptune, NJ 07753 

Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramu- 
ral Volleyball 3, 4; Volleyball-3, 4 
A-Day Rep-3, Floor Hockey-1 
Equestrian Team-2, 3, 4 

Mom and Dad - Thanks for the 
love and support. Kevin- I love 
you. Toolman- Thanks for being 
there when I need you. Chris-Keep 
that Granada running. P.J., Julie, 
Kim- I wanna be sedated, oh well, 
life's tough, you're young you'll ad- 
just, Aerobe, Champagne in show- 
er, Christmas parties, Tabor guys, 
volleyball, rood trips, McDonalds, 
Inner Harbor hurricanes, riding, 
four wheeling, dinner dances, the 
stripper, NBI, Does Julie know?, 
bull sessions, and many more 
memories 

BRIAN D. OVERKOTT 

1215 Clymer Rd. 
Hatfield, PA 

Thanks Mom and Dad 

WENDY L. UNGER 

R.D. 2 Box 686 
Annville, Pa. 17003 



Ram Pages 2, 3, 4 co -editor, adver- 
tising editor; A-Day Committeel, 
12, 3, 4, Drama club-1 sec; choralel, 
2 Inter Collegiate chorus; Band3; 
Floral Societyl, 2; Chem clubl, 4, 
ICC3, 4, Biology Club2, 3, Phon- 
athan 2, 3, 4; Apiary Society2; 
Math Tudor2, 3 Peer Counselor3; 
Who's Who Among America Col- 
leges and Universtities, 1987 Un- 
dergraduate Award in Analytical 
chemistry, Rohm and Hass Co-Op. 

Class of 86, the Reins, Lynn, 
chem profs-thanks! Couldn'thave 
done it without you. I would like to 
express my sincere gratitude to the 
staff and faculty of DVC for going 
out of their way to help me make 
my progression at Del Val go as 
smoothly as possible, Who else 
would bend all the rules? Slammer 
and Bri, Woodwards Rules, Schro- 
dinger equation, traying, sock par- 
ty, pennies and powder, the Carib- 
bean 86-87. Those were the days. 
Now its onward and upward. 

DAIDY HUSBANDRY 

SEAN MCAFEE 

RD 5 Box 216 
Danville, Pa. 17821 

A-Day, Christian Fellowship, 
Dairy Society, FFA. 1986 Student 
Affiliate, Intramural Volleyball 

It's over and I'm gone! Out into 
the world and a Real Job. Working 
at the dairy 2:30 am. J.A., Rob, Mi- 
chelle, Doc, Kevin, and all the old 
dairy gang. Old roommates, Reds, 



Greg M., Greg C, and Bill, Good 
luck guys. I'm off to Boston with 
the USDA. 

JIM ZIMMERMAN 

R.D. 2 box 92 Red Rock Rd. 
Benton, Pa. 17814 

D.V.C. Ag Team, D.V.C. n™ 
ciety, D.V.C. Block anu 
D.V.C. Agronomy Club, Delta Al- 
pha Tau Honor Society 

1987 homecoming, Building 
Agronomy Club Float, Dairy Soci- 
ety Parties, Exploring Wilkes 
Barre at the Holstein Convention. 
Men's Intermural Volleyball. 

Favorite Sayings: Geeorge; Hey 
baby, You look marvelous . . Worst 
memory: Being stuck on the Pa, 
Turnpike and watching the base- 
ball team lose. 

REBECCA S. RICE 

R.D 1 Box 175 
Blairstown, N.J. 07825 

Dairy Society (4 yrs. Vice Presi- 
dentr; lyr. ICC, Rep. 1 yr.), Udder 
Moments (co- chair 1 yr.) Block 
and Bridle (2 yrs), FFA (1 yr.), A- 
Day (3yrs) (showing dairy and 
beef) Intramural floor hockey and 
volleyball (3 yrs.) Dairy judging 
team. 

Thanks Mom and Dad I love 
you. Diane, Berk 231, what room- 
mate? the dairy boys, Samuel 1 st, 
clipping, dairy trip to Cananda, 



'M 



Homecomings A-Day all nighters 
with Missy, working at the dairy 
and bossman, farmshow with Gary, 
Jim, Barb, Pete, Dina, judging 
team and Mr. Myers tape on 
adivce, fishing in the dark and 
boathouses, mischief night fresh- 
man yr., Christmas semi formals 
and banquets, hooding, the farm 
house guys, Fred the cat, and lastly 
Gary, to all the special times and 
many more in the future, you've 
made college worth it, I love you! 
Good luck to all. 

ANNMARIE RUTH 
WHITESELL 

57 Woodbine Rd. 
Levittown, Pa 19057 

Food Industry Club-2, 3, 4 & Sec- 
3, 4; Peer counseling, Ram pages 3, 
4; Cycling Club' 2, 3; Outdoors 
Club-4. 

Darlene, what's that gleam in 
youreye for? No I don't bike all the 
time, just for a living. — Oh Sheila! 
(oh, oh, oh, oh) The Fizz, and Em- 
temann's Chocolate Chip Cookies. 
Carolynne, Erin Claudia what a 
whacky bunch of girls Let's do it 
again sometime. 11-25-87 George, 
simply awesome. Mom & Dad 
thanks for everything The blue car 
& white car served there duty. 
THANK YOU. "I'm out of here", 
and "Hire a college suudent while 
we still know it all." 

JOHN D. EBERT 

638 Springdale Rd. 
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 



Ram Pages Editor-in-Chief, 1, 2, 3, 
4: English Tutor 1, 2. 

Freshman- The dog is under the 
table. That's the complaint. Rent a 
date call for an apointment. Soph- 
more- Nice Cheese sauce Katie, the 
hair is a nice touch. Junior- Forma- 
tion one . . . Ready and ... 32 shots 
later. Senior-Samuel 118 Pool Par- 
ty, Right Gum? 

DAVID D. HARVEY 



1032 Springview Dr. 
Southampton, PA 18966 

Hort. Society- 3. 4; Orchard Crew- 
4; A-day 2V 2 , 3, 4. 

Commuting for 6 yrs; I think I've 
had enough, but it wasn't as bad as 
it may seem. Thanks to the library 
for providing a quiet place to sleep! 
To the F.G.C.C. Thanks for keep- 
ing me up to date on that fabulous 
soap: TY and TR . . George you 
really missed a great final yr. Erica, 
can I borrow your notes?! Thanks 
to all those teachers who kept my 
interest in this field. Well, I think 
its time to find a "real" job! 

KIA L. IRELAND 

5929 Pine St. 
Philadelphia, Pa 19143 

Track, Peer Counselor, Aerobics. 

I would like to say thank you to 
my family who stuck beside me 
through thick and thin, I would es- 
pecially like to thank my mother 
and father for without either of 



them, none of this would have been 
possible. 

DAVID V. SAMKAVITZ 

4989 Valley Park Rd. 
Doylestown, pa 18901 

ANITA MARIE SCAMACK 
CMOEBA/BUZZ) 

433 Plainview Rd. 
Gettysburg, PA 17325 



Christian Fellowship (4 yrs.; Exec. 
Committee & I.C.C. Rep.-lyr); Ap- 
ple Judging (2yrs.); Horticulture 
Society (3 yrs, Sec. & A-Day Rep. 
lyr.); Floral Society (lyr.); D.T.A. 
(2 yrs) 

Love is an enzymatic reaction, 
Deb the Mighty Wire, and her big 
Eagle, ("The Best thing that ever 
happened to Me"); so din' I; all- 
night-last-minute-term papers; 
Laurie's balloons; E.P.C.O.T.P.W. 
Kisly & the x-1; BWOW!! Comrade 
Power; Optimus Pete-Prime; M&M 
dating service (sorry Michele) Love 
y'all and mom & Dad. Jesus: the 
reason for all seasons of the Heart!!! 

CARLLE ANN BRYAN 

box 430 J RR 42 
Hellertown, PA 18055 

Intermural Floor Hockye, Horti- 
culture Society, Floral Society, In- 
termural Volleyball, A-Day Flower 
Show, Homecoming Queen Ni- 
minee, Annual Harvest, FTD Flo- 
ral Competition, Philadelphia 
Flower Show, Gleaner. 



Thanks Mom & Dad for your 
love & encouragement, Kate, Bet- 
sy, Vickie & Bon Bonna Donna: the 
best memories were with you. But 
seriously Margaret, "Well guys I'm 
going back to the room now," 
Chuck: "We can make it, Baby!" 
D.J.: Thanks for all those special 
times. Scott: Don't forget the Buck- 
stop. Eric: David Mease & the 
Grateful Dead, What a SWELL 
combination, Love ya stick in the 
Mud. Mick: thanks for listening 
and a shoulder to cry on. Mr. Alex- 
ander: Thanks for the good times 
in the greenhouse, good luck with 
Margaret. Beth: Oldies never Die! 
See ya! 

DANA KAKINS 

739 N Croskey St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19130 

A little bit of everything 

5 to 1, got to love that, heres to 
onion dip, back massages, late 
night talks, out of my brain, that 
was a joke, get it? can someone 
tickle my face? Thur. night what to 
do? who is that in your bed? tonsil 
hockey or any BA, Meg thanks for 
letting me stay in your room, whats 
the DOTW? M + K whos up for a 
drive wings anyone! Sam 2nd you 
guys are truly pals darts, pits and 
I,M's YEA, YEA, YEA, let's cuddle 
real soon! Berk 1st #1 always Pam 
be good. P.S. Mums the Word. 



MICHAEL B. HIBBARD 



Anything for a laugh, you know 



what I mean. To those I can't name 
for lack of space forgive me, Who 
the hell's Benna? Oh you've seen 
this one before, Zubba, Jay-my 
wonder twin, Maryann, Jackie, 
Carole, Eric, Ched, Thanks for ev- 
erything, Have you hugged a nerd 
today? I love you Lynne, Teddy & 
Tigger, to be continued 

SCOTT H. MOORE 

35 Locker St. 
Rayville, N.J. 08721 

Intramural football & softball '84- 
'88, Pi Alpha Xi (sec) '86-'88, A- 
Day rep. '87-'88, Floal Society '85- 
'86, Hort Club '86. 

Thanks Mom & Dad & my whole 
family for all your love & support, 
Rich, you're the best roomie & 
friend anyone could ask for & I 
wish you and Viv the very best. 
Phil, Steve, Mark, Eric and Tom 
always remember our great times 
on Ulman III and I'll see ya at Kel- 
ly's, Barb & Chuck, don't forget 
all of the fun we had & good luck in 
all you do. Carole, thanks for all 
your support & for helping me get 
through this place. Thank you, Del 
Val for giving me the greatest expe- 
rience of my life. Class of '88 we're 
destined to be great. 

STEPHANIE A. NOWELL 

2341 Montrose St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19146 



Jr. yr. Floral Society, A-Day De- 
sign show & plant sale.: Sr. yr. Flo- 



ral society (VP), A-Day Desig 
show & Plant Sale, FTD Design 
show, Homecoming '87. 

Thanks Mom & Dad I couldn't 
have done it without you or the rest 
of the family for support & encour- 
agement. To Michele, Vikki & 
Kathy: Thanks for being such won- 
derful friends. I wish all of you the 
best of luck at Del Val & in the 
future!!! Love Steph. 

JOSEPH R. RUTKOWSKI 

1957 Meadow Dr. 
Palmyra, NY 14522 

Tres. of Floral Society, Philadel- 
phia Flower Show Committee, 
Horticulture Club, A-Day Floral 
Display Committee 

"Life takes some crazy directions 
sometimes causing changes beyond 
our control, we can only accept 
them and try to move forward. We 
may lean on someone elses shoul- 
der for a while but that's what 
friends are for." 

JAMES SCARANTINO 

RD 3 

Moscow, PA 18444 

Intramural: Basketball, football 
and floor hockey. 

West Campus, keg parties in Ju- 
nior house, CC Country Skiing off 
the roof of junior house, C. Merrill 
loosing it in our dorm room. 

CHRISTINE ANNE ZOCH 



483 Main Ave. 
Woodrigde, NJ 

Floral Society, Horticulture Club. 

To all my friends: good luck, 
good love, good happiness, good- 
bye. Pam Stay sweet. A.C. & J.K. 
will you ever by promoted to 4th 
grade?! To all my family: thanks 
for the sacrifices, support and love. 
XOXO. 

MARY LOU ZUCK 

325 East Bainbridge St. 
Elizabethtown, VA 17022 

Philadelphia Flower Show- Publi- 
cations Committee (2yrs.), Land- 
scape club (1 yr.). 

Thanks Mom & Dad for all your 
love and support. Thanks to fellow 
students who were helpful and sup- 
portive. The library - my second 
home. Dr. Martin thanks for all 
your help. 

KIM MARIE CASSON 

84 Fairway Dr. 
Pawling, NY 12564 

Photography Club 4, Intramural 
Volleyball 3, 4, Equestrian Team 3, 
4, Block and Bridle 4, Landscape 
Club 2. 

Mom & Dad, Thank you for all 
your Support, I Love you! - Nuffer, 
"You're Special" - Mexican Slam- 
mers- KK & J - . . . Vodka Hang- 
overs, No Contest PJ, Farm House 
Christmas Dance '86, S & S Spas, 



Super Bowl '87, Hogan, Colorado get out of here, hang in there Tony/ 
'87, Kathy, Jul, Peej, Don, Chris, I Julies. It's been real, 
wish for you many beautiful sun- 
rises and sunsets- Cheers to our fu- JERRY L. FRITZ JR. 
ture, Den, To all my friens old and 
new, Happy Trails. Hopewell, NJ 



VINCENT W. COVIELLO 

10 Wolfe Dr. 
Somerville, NJ 08876 

Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; 
President 3; IM Floor Hockey 1, 2, 
3, 4 Lacrosse Club Homecoming 
Nominee 3, 4. 

Thanks Mom & Dad for making 
it all possible, Lax is Back, doing 
wheelies on Goldman 2nd, your 
still in bed, Cap'n Crunch gives you 
Crunch Power! West is Best, "So 
what's new Nick?", Old Milwaukee 
it doesn't get any better than this! I 
can't, I have to work, What! anoth- 
er ticket! Denny's Wednesday 
Night, Thanks Lax Club, West, 
Rippers, Ray, Bill, Dan and Baby 
Boy Bert its been great, I think? 

ANTHONY J. DONOFRIO 

554 East Butler Ave. 
Doylestown, PA 18901 

Cross Country, Winter/ Spring 
Track, Student Government Sec, 
and SAC officer, Floral Society, A- 
Day Committee. 

All the fun times with Tony, Ju- 
lies and best roommate to date. Joe 
- remember getting stuck on the 
thruway - where were we? Glad to 



Hopewell, NJ 

Landscape Nursery Club (presi- 
dent), Student Gov't Sac Rep., OH 
Advisory Board, Floral Society, Pi 
Alpha Xi (VP), Philly Flower 
Show, Phone-a-thon, Intramural 
tennis, Campus clean ups. 

"Good Morning" Darren! Tabor 
Parties and Brooklyn Road trip. 
The US Vanden-Berghe, Polara. 
Your a great pal Eric. Thanks for 
everything. Thanks Dad for all 
you've done! Mr. Ray and all his 
support and advice. Chief Pence 
(lath house), and Big Ed. "you'll 
just have to Bare with me!" Plant 
Sales with Amy. 6 or half a dozen 
another. Well Amy what can I say! 
I'm glad I transferred! Thanks for 
everything, I don't know what I 
would do without you. I love you! 
Hey, Dont forget Pine tree parties, 
beat parties, euyonomous, pop- 
corns, NBI. Well DVC thanks for 
all the great times. When I get rich, 
I won't forget good 'ole Del Val. 
BYE BYE. 

CHARLES EDWARD HESS JR. 

456 Lyceum Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 

Pi Alpha Xi National honors Soci- 
ety President and VP- 2yrs. Land- 
scape Club V P- lyr. Floral Society 
Treasurer- 3yrs. Soil Judging 
Team- lyr. Apiary Society- 2 yrs. 




Philadelphia Flower Show com- 
mittee- 4yrs. 

Barb remember when the door 
knob fell off. Mr. Cowhig let's do 
dinner sometime. Thanks Barb for 
carrying me though troubled times, 
I love you! Thanks for being a 
friend Dr. Ziemer. Mom I wish you 
were here to see me now - I'm on 
top of the world!! 

RICHARD MARTELL 

319 Washington Blvd. 
Pittsburgh, PA 15237 

A-Day Chairmen, Band, Intramu- 
ral Hockey, Football, Softball, Vol- 
leyball and Basketball. 

Will remember the guys- Scott, 
Phil, Spang, Eric, Mark, Tom- Ul- 
man 3rd, Scotts Posters, Phils 
"This is the one Guys", Kellys 
NBI, Georgie wear, Erics Bomb, 
Toms abscence at Del Val, Thanks 
to Viv for sticking with me through 
the hard times up here, Thanks to 
Mom & Bob for enabling me to do 
this & for continued support. I love 
you both, Scott your still Lazy, 
Phil, good luck with whoever, we're 
outta here guys!!!!! 

JEFF NEARY 

115 Lewis Brook Td. 
Pennington, NJ 08534 

4 yrs. soccer, 2 yrs. Zeta Chi, Tres., 
lyr. Landscape Nursery Club, 
Superstars. 



your love & support, you're every- 
thing a son could ask for, I love you 
both. Thanks Debbie Brown for all 
the Happiness and special TIMES 
you have brought into my live, 
This is only the begining, I love 
you. (The Miester) .... Spudman, 
Barney Wubbles, Breakfeast Beers, 
Tavern, pit, no dikes, Phantom 
pooper, Hurricane Gloria, Zeta Chi 
Brothers, sunrisers, top survey, 
"Hey Crotch!", Chicken G., 3 Bald- 
men. Good Luck Miller girls, CJ, 
SH, KV, SL, LM BR, LH, MD 
Thanks Dave Z. We couldn't have 
done it any Better, Good Luck! .... 
LATER DEL VAL MUCH. 

BARBARA SCHWARZ 

456 Lyceum Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 19128 

Pi Alpha Xi, '86-'88;; Floral Soci- 
ety- VP, '85/'86; Philadelphia 
Flower Show, '84-'88; A-Day Floral 
Design Show. 

Thanks Mom & Dad for seeing 
me through my college career. I 
Love You! I'll miss all the friends 
on Barness 2nd, Chuck, thanks for 
getting me through all the times I 
thought I couldn't study a minute 
longer, I Love You, remember al- 
ways MTV Room. We're done 
Chinch! 

DWIGHT RAY WALLACE III 

4402 Ashville Rd. 
Quarryville, PA 17566 



Club-3, 4; Christian Fellowship-] 
2, 3, 4; Mid Altantic Landscape 
Field Day-'87, '88; Flower Show, 



To my friends, thanks for being 
there; to those in Elson, we know 
how it really was, late night draw- 
ing, late night movies, water bat- 
tles & pizza nights, etc. Bri, Dirt- 
ball, Antny, Kathy, Suz, Sandie, 
Mark, Kelvin, Pam, Chris, Nick & 
Mrs. Waddington I'll miss you all. 
5/22/88/ Here I come! 

DAVID D. ZUMBRUM 

Forrest Hill Rd 
Titusville, NJ 08560 

Where's TLC, Psycho and 
Chicken?; "Yo Maher, you Poser!"; 
Benner, use you own judgement; 
Rick, Sean, Hooter, Foster - 
Thanks; Crotch - I think our good 
times speak for themselves, bad 
times? Miller Dikes - you look aw- 
ful in the morning - Good Luck; 
Zeta Chi - to all the things we di<~ 
and for all the things the school 
still can't pin on us - Guy's keep the 
ball rolling; Michelle, you'll alvays 
be special; Thanks Mom and Dad. 
The Birdman. 



Thank you Mom & Dad for all Band-1, 2, 3, 4; Landscape Nursery 



BAHAMA BOUND (SENIORS 





230 Senior Trip 




Senior Trip 231 



GRADUATION 




232 Graduation 




Guest Speaker: Peter H. Kostmayer United 
States House of Representatives 




CONGRATULATIONS CLAM OF '88 




WATCH 



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WODLD 



Friends & Fellow Classmates 

I would like to start with a poem entitled "Thinking" 

If you think you are beaten, you are 

If you think you dare not, you don't. 
If you'd like to win but you think you can't 

It's almost a cinch you won't. 

If you think you'll lose, you're lost, 

For out in the world we find 
Success begins with a fellow's will — 

It's all in the state of mind. 

If you think you're outclassed, you are; 

You've got to think high to rise; 
You've got to be sure of yourself before 

You can ever win a prize. 

Life's battles don't always go 

To the stronger or the faster man; 
But sooner or later the man who wins, 

Is the one who thinks he can. 



Don't fall prey to the feelings of sadness that saying goodbye brings. Be happy & when 
it comes time for vou & vour friends to part, reach deep within you & bring back that first 
hello. 

Remember the positive things, all of the good times we had, the great achievements of 
our classmates & teams that they were on. 
Things such as: 

-an all time leading rushing record 
-a Rhodes Scholar nominee 
•a nationally ranked wrestling team 
-Work Hall parties at A-Day 

-members of our Equestrian team going to compete nationally 
-MAC playoffs 

-numerous awards at the Philadelphia Flower Show 
-and the installation of a new president 
Continue the trend of success that we've all grown to know so well. One transition I see 
beyond the obvious on our graduation day is that we are no longer the oxygen that the 
College breathes, but now the life blood of the institution. 

A very good friend of mine, made the comment that next yr. Del Val 
College will be like visiting the shore in winter; it's the same place, but 
nobody will be there." We will be here, maybe not physically, but we will be 
here in spirit because this is our Alma Mater. 
What a long strange trip it's been!! 
Good Luck, Congratulations & May God bless you all 

Eric J. Vanden Berghe 









HEQE 



THEY 



COME!! 



235 



IN MEMORY OF . 





. . THE COQN 
GODDEM 

WHOM WAS BRUTALLY BEHEADED IN 1987 





Dear Administration, Faculty, Staff, Fellow Students, and 1988 Graduates, 

I would like to apologize for the fact that this years Cornucopia was published so late, but we ran into some 
problems throughout the process of putting the book together. Our largest problem was one of being 
understaffed. Frankly this problem worries me because due to this problem the 1987-88 Cornucopia may be 
the last one published. 

A yearbook is the only permanent record of "the best years of your life" and only you the heart and soul of 
Delaware Valley College can help keep this record alive. 

How can you help keep the Cornucopia going?, you may ask, by getting involved. I'm not asking that you 
give up all your spare time, like I had to do to get this years book completed and will not do again. All I'm ask- 
ing is that you give up a couple of hours. 

If you're involved in a sport, a club, or an event of some kind volunteer to do the layout for that sport, club, 
or event. Not only will this help make the editors job easier but it will also help bring a more personal quality 
to the Cornucopia. I feel if the person doing the layout is involved in the subject of the layout than they can 
represent any inside jokes or unique occurrences that took place during the season or the year. This as I 
already mentioned makes the layout more personal than if an outsider takes nine or ten pictures and throws 
them on a page with a heading. 

As you can see I don't want the 1987-88 Cornucopia to be the last Del Val yearbook and I would like to up- 
grade the quality of the book but I cannot do this alone. I need your help so if you think you can help in any- 
way and are sincere about it I urge you to get involved. 

One thing I forgot to mention before that I'd like to mention now is that for your time you receive one se- 
mester credit, probably the easiest credit you'll ever earn! 

In Conclusion I would like to thank the few people who helped this past year in completing the yearbook. 

Thank you for your time and enjoy the 1987-88 Cornucopia. 

Sincerely, /j 
^K&JthG~ QUJWLAs 
Beth A. Bevins