From left to right: Lon Stiner, Jim Dixon, Harold Moe and William McKalip. Alonzo "Lon" Stiner served as head football coach at Oregon State from 1933-1948, following a four-year stint as assistant coach. He compiled an overall record of 74-49-17 and was undefeated in three bowl game appearances. Jim Dixon, an alum with the Class of 1926, later served as assistant football coach and head wrestling coach for his alma mater. Dixon Recreation Center is named in his honor.
The three are posing with a trophy, presented by the City of Portland, that marks Oregon State's 25-13 victory over New York University. Paul J. Schissler (1893-1968) was head football coach at Oregon State from 1924 to 1932, compiling a career record of 48-30-2. He later coached professionally with the Chicago Cardinals and Brooklyn Dodgers football teams. Corvallis native Howard Maple played quarterback for Oregon State from 1927 to 1929, and went on to play professional football for the Chicago Cardinals and professional baseball for the Washington Senators. George Baker served as mayor of Portland from 1917 to 1933.