Donald Robinson, Hazen Sandwick, Keith Chamberlain, Wilbur Travis, Ivan Weikel, Arnold Ebert, Henry Scott and Irwin Krenke returned to campus to celebrate a 50th anniversary of their 5,500 mile trip to Chicago for the World's Fair. They were Agricultural Engineering students when they made the trip.
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