Messenger - Vol. 1, No. 2, Page 14 Winter 1992 Still full of spirit Muncy Keith, Delaware '22, perhaps the University's oldest former cheerleader, is still full of spirit at the age of 91. "From 1918-1922, I was the University's only cheerleader," he said. "I couldn't play football because I was too tiny, but I did like leading the crowd. And, I showed up at all the games." Keith, who went on to attend Harvard Law School and still practices law three days a week in Wilmington, is among the University's 30 oldest alumni. He is shown here with co-captains of the current cheerleading team, Frank D'Amico, Delaware '93, and Kim Bleam, Delaware '92. For the record-keepers among us, the following are alumni statistics recently compiled by the Office of Institutional Research and Planning. * Of the approximately 73,000 living alumni, 82 percent were graduated in the last 20 years. The signature of President Emeritus E. Arthur Trabant, therefore, appears on the diplomas of nearly seven of 10 alumni. * Although alumni can be found in 75 foreign countries, 71 percent of University alumni live in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey or Maryland. And, in the First State alone, there are more than 25,000 alumni. * The first graduating class with more than 1,000 students was in 1967. And, the largest-ever graduating class was in 1991, with 3,865 receiving degrees in four ceremonies-August and December 1990 and January and June 1991.