Lowell Stockman (1901-1962) was a wheat farmer and 1922 graduate of OAC who represented Oregon's 2nd district in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1943-1953. Claude F. Palmer, also a graduate with the Class of 1922, was a past president of both the OSC Alumni Association and the OSC Foundation. Phil Small was an alumnus who owned and operated a local men's clothing store.
Helen Margaret Gilkey received her Master's degree in Botany from Oregon Agricultural College in 1911. She served as the Curator of the Herbarium for 33 years, introducing about 50,000 new plant specimen.
The 1959 Wrestling Court was created as a promotional stunt by then OSC Wrestling coach Dale Thomas. The court members posed for a series of publicity photographs taken by Hise Studio in Corvallis. Some of the photos, such as this one, were picked up by national news organizations including the Associated Press. Another of the photographs appeared in Life magazine.
Scabbard and Blade is a national collegiate military honor society founded in 1904. The OAC chapter was established on April 17, 1920, and has included members from the Army and Navy ROTC detachments. For many years OSU’s Scabbard and Blade society hosted an annual Military Ball. Arnold Air Society, the Air Force ROTC honor society, was formed at OSC in 1951.