Pat Berry played from 1975-1978. Namealso spelled "Barry". On the last day of the 1975 conference season, Barry won both ends of a double header in relief against the U of O, which allowed the Beavers to tie for the conference championship. Photo was used in the June 1975 Oregon Stater, v.9 no.4, page 17.
When Jeff Doyle was 26 years old he played his first game in the big leagues on September 13, 1983, with the St. Louis Cardinals. He went in the 6th Round (136th) in the 1977 baseball draft. He played from 1975-1977.
Dave Brundage was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the fourth round in 1986 following his career at Oregon State University. He earned All-American honors as an outfielder in 1986 at Oregon State. He also played quarterback and punter for the Beavers football team.He is currently the manager of the Pacific Coast League Tacoma Rainiers, the Seattle Mariners top farm club.
From his second story window of a Second Street hotel, Bernard Malamud, former OSU English Dept. faculty member and writer, had a good view of downtown Corvallis including the shop of Jim the Fixer. The name gave Malamud the title for his 1967 Pulitzer Prize winning novel and later a motion picture, "The Fixer." Photo was used in the December 1976 Oregon Stater
Class of 1957 Pi Beta Phi's at reunion in motor home of Dr. Robert Loomis just prior to the homecoming game. Clarice Warren, Myrna Matson, Dorothy Bick, Barbara Loomis, Dr. Loomis, Pam Loomis, Claudia Garrett, and Barbie Sims. Photo was used in the Oregon Stater, vol. 11 no.7.
Sackett Hall, was built as a women's dormitory, was finished in 1948. It was dedicated to Beatrice Walton Sackett, a member of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education and alumni, in the spring of 1950.
Barney Watson testing wine in a Food Science & Technology lab. Barney Watson was an instructor and Enology Extension Specialist for Oregon State University for 28 years. Watson taught winemaking courses and managed the campus winery.