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Dick Fosbury with the Oregon Dairy Princess
Fosbury, Dick; Dairy products; Track and field; Athletics
University Relations Committee, February 1962. Barbara Peck is seated, second from left.
Committees; Alumni & alumnae
Barbara Peck graduated from Oregon State College in 1932 with a degree in Home Economics. While at college, she married Norton Peck, the son of Landscape Architecture Professor Arthur Peck. After graduation,...
Aerial photo of campus
Aerial views; Campus buildings
Aerial photo of the campus and surrounding area taken in the summer of 1964. Note Education Hall was black at the time.
Tim Vollmer throws the discus
Vollmer, Tim; Track and field; Athletics; Discus throwing; Tollefson, Don
Don Tollefson is standing back as Tim Vollmer throws the discus. Tim Vollmer, from Portland's Benson High School, placed 2nd in the NCAA championships in 1969 and 1970 and was All American both years....
Choirs (Music); Music education; Group portraits; Singers; Music ensembles
The 1967-1968 OSU Choralaires were under the direction of long-time music professor Robert Walls.
Dick Fosbury doing the "Fosbury Flop"
Fosbury, Dick; Jumping; Track and field; Athletics
Dick Fosbury invented the "Fosbury Flop" and using this method he won the Pac 8 Championship at the University of Oregon with a high jump of 6'9".
Image found in the Flyfisher, Winter 1968. Caption reads: ""How to ruin an estuary is clearly shown in this aerial shot. A summer housing development has changed the ecology of this coastal marsh in order to accommodate a few people who wanted a summer place on the water with a view of the ocean.""
Bell Field crowd watching the hurdles
Hurdle racing; Sports spectators; Athletics; Track and field
The crowd was watching a track meet with the University of Oregon.
Ralph Berry, July 1969.
Born in Gering, Nebraska in 1940, Ralph Berry came to OSU in 1968 to assume the post of Assistant Professor of Entomology. Specializing in the study of the biology and management of soil arthropods and...
Dick Fosbury in Coach Wagner's living room
Fosbury, Dick; Track and field athletes; Athletics
Bicycles & tricycles
OSU Marching Band salute to Dick Fosbury
Marching bands; Stadiums; Sports spectators
At a fall football game the OSU Marching Band saluted Dick Fosbury for being an Olympic Champion in Mexico City in October 1968.
Student walking near bicycles
Students; Bicycles & tricycles
Naval ROTC Building Being Moved
Military; Weatherford Hall;
Naval ROTC Building, Qounset Hut, Being Moved
Dedication of Wilson Hall
Brandon, Vera; Jensen, James H.; Wilson Hall; Campus buildings; Building dedications; Faculty
President Jensen and Dean Vera Brandon at left in photo. James H. Jensen served as President of Oregon State University from 1961-1969. Within these eight years, Jensen expanded OSU faculty and facilities...
Berny Wagner on left at U of O Hayward Field
Wagner, Berny; Track coaches; Hayward Field; Track and field
1969 Soils Club members
Soils Club; Students; Group portraits; Student organizations
Soil Club: Garry L. Peterson, Dr M.D. Dawson (advisor), Michael Ryan; Stanley L. Hilton, Richard J. Kienzle, Ed Hansen, Jim Boyd.
Terry Thompson wins the 880
Thompson, Terry; Track and field; Athletics
Terry Thompson wins the 880 at the Northern Division meet.
Olympic scoreboard showing high jump results
Olympics; Stadiums; Athletics; Track and field
The high jump results are shown on the scoreboard at the 1968 Olympics held in Mexico at the Stadio Olympico. First place was won by Dick Fosbury from Medford, Oregon (Oregon State University alumni) with...
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