Terry Baker, football player from Portland, Oregon, shown in his sophomore uniform number 47. Baker was 6'3" and 188 pounds and was a quarterback for the team. He is Oregon State's only Heisman trophy winner in 1962. He was also the first Heisman Trophy winner to play in the NCAA basketball tournament as he excelled in both football and basketball.
Oregon State College "Ironman" Bill Tomsheck. As a left guard on the legendary OSC "Ironmen" football team of 1933, Bill Tomsheck inspired the kind of fear in his opponents that helped the team to defeat top-ranked USC in 1933.
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. He was team co-captain in 1969; most improved athlete in 1968 and most inspirational athlete in 1969. Vollmer's best throw was 204'2" in 1968 and 1969. He went on after graduation to the U.S. National Championships and was on the 1972 Olympic Team.