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Intercollegiate Athletics Records, 1908-2013

By Finding aid prepared by Chris Petersen and Megan Guerre.

Collection Overview

Title: Intercollegiate Athletics Records, 1908-2013

Predominant Dates: 1934-2001

ID: RG 007

Primary Creator: Oregon State University. Office of Intercollegiate Athletics

Extent: 16.7 cubic feet. More info below.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged into fifteen series, which are themselves organized either chronologically or alphabetically, as appropriate. The collection's series are: 1. Intercollegiate Athletic Board Records, 1936-1985; 2. Athletic Advisory Committee Records, 1985-2001; 3. Department and Conference Meeting Minutes, 1985-1998; 4. Funding and Budgets, 1947-1992; 5. Facilities, 1952-1997; 6. Reports and Lists, 1941-2001; 7. Legal Issues, 1980-1987; 8. NCAA Certification, 1992-2000; 9. Title IX Compliance, 1975-2000; 10. Game and Event Programs, Scorecards, 1908-2013; 11. Press Releases, 1941-2001; 12. Publications, 1922-2013; 13. Subject Files, 1934-2013; 14. Scrapbooks, 1937-1962; 15. Audio-Visual and Ephemera, circa 1980s-2009.

Languages of Materials: English [eng]


The Intercollegiate Athletics Records document the operation, marketing and performance of the Oregon State University athletic department, as well as the pursuits of thousands of student athletes whose endeavors have been administered by the department. The collection, which is eclectic in its material types and sprawling in its topical strengths, provides particular insight into the unit's work in the 1930s-1950s and the 1970s-1990s. Multiple decades worth of meeting minutes and several hundred game and event programs stand out as highlights of this record group.

Access to legal files in Series 7 and the Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit materials in Series 9 is restricted due to the presence of confidential information. All requests for access to this material should be directed to the University Archivist.

Items from this collection have been digitized and are available in Oregon Digital. The contents of Box-folder 4.4, 4.5, 6.7, and 17.1 have been digitized and are available upon request.

Scope and Content Notes

The Intercollegiate Athletics Records provide detailed documentation of periods of activity and of specific events within the Oregon State University athletic department. The collection is particularly strong for the decades of the 1930s-1950s and the 1970s-1990s. It also provides granular insight into particular chapters in department history, including the implementation and unfolding of women's sports programs in the early 1970s following the passage of Title IX; a lawsuit filed against the department in the early 1990s by former softball coach Vickie Dugan; and various facilities remodeling and expansion projects, including efforts to improve the university's football complex in the 1980s and 1990s.

The records likewise include a large volume of game and event programs dating from 1908 to present day. These programs provide both a wealth of data concerning coaches, players and outcomes of various competitions, as well as a glimpse into artistic expression from past eras, as original artwork was often commissioned for a given game program.

A large volume of meeting minutes are held in the collection, including very thorough sets documenting decades of activity by the school's Intercollegiate Athletic Board - an important group that effectively ran the athletic department for much of its early history - as well as the Athletic Advisory Committee that succeeded the board in 1985. Minutes of meetings compiled by the Pacific-10 Conference also provide a glimpse into conference-level activities in the 1980s and 1990s.

Other topical strengths of the collection include the department's funding and chronic budget woes; the process by which OSU renewed its certification as a NCAA Division 1 athletic program in the mid-1990s; and the OSU football team's appearance in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl on New Years Day, 2001.

Additional material types held in the collection include lengthy runs of press releases, an array of publications, five scrapbooks and a handful of audio-visual formats, including reel-to-reel audio, audio cassette, VHS and CD-ROM.

Items from this collection have been digitized and are available in Oregon Digital. The contents of box-folders 4.4 - 4.5, 6.7, and 17.1 have been digitized and are available upon request.

Biographical / Historical Notes

Oregon State athletics has experienced numerous successes in more than a century of competition. University teams won NCAA national championships in cross country (1961) and baseball (2006, 2007 and 2018), and individuals have claimed national titles in crew, gymnastics, golf, track and field, and wrestling. All-American honors likewise have been awarded to individuals in baseball, men's and women's basketball, football, gymnastics, men's swimming and wrestling. The highest individual awards granted in football and gymnastics, the Heisman trophy (Terry Baker, 1962) and American Award (Mary Ayotte, 1982) respectively, also have been received by OSU athletes.

Intercollegiate athletics began at Oregon Agricultural College in 1893 under the administration of President John Bloss. The first team sport, football, played its inaugural game against Albany College in November of that year. Since then, OSU's football team has participated in seventeen bowl games, including three Rose Bowls (1942, 1957, and 1965) and the 2001 Fiesta Bowl, and has also been the source of a number of notable upsets. In 1915, OAC traveled away from the West Coast for the first time to take on the top-ranked Michigan Aggies (now Michigan State), leaving East Lansing with a 20-0 win. In 1933, eleven OSC men playing both offense and defense for the entire game held defending national champion USC to a scoreless tie. They are now referred to as the OSC "Iron Men." The 1967 team again stunned the West Coast with two wins and a tie against three previously undefeated teams (USC, Purdue, and UCLA), earning the nickname, the "Giant Killers."

OSU quarterback and Heisman trophy recipient, Terry Baker, led the 1962 football team to a Liberty Bowl win. He was also a member of the 1963 men's basketball team, which made the second Final Four appearance in school history - the first was in 1949 - at the NCAA championship that year. Other men's sports teams, including tennis, swimming, polo, crew, and golf, were established during the 1920s. The first men's soccer team was fielded in 1988.

Prior to the start of the 20th century, OAC track and field, baseball, and women's basketball were formed, though women's basketball was not instituted as a formal varsity sport until 1976. With the implementation of Title IX legislation in 1973, women's varsity athletics expanded greatly, providing a significant increase in opportunities for female athletes. Women's crew, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming, and volleyball were all formed between 1967 and 1988. Pat Ingram (1973-1975) served as the first Director of what was then known as the Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Department.

The school's athletic directors have included James Arbuthnot (1906-1910) who also coached the wrestling team (first fielded in 1909), Edward J. Stewart (1912-ca. 1915), Richard B. Rutherford (1920-1924), William A. Kerns (1924-1928), Paul J. Schissler (ca. 1929-1933), Carl Lodell (1933-1937), Percy Locey (1937-1947), Roy S. "Spec" Keene (1947-1964), Amory T. "Slats" Gill (1964-1966), James Barratt (1966-1976), Dee Andros (1976-1985), Sylvia Moore (interim, 1985), Lynn Snyder (1985-1990), Dutch Baughman (1990-1997), Lee Schroeder (interim, 1997-1998), Mitch Barnhart (1998-2002), and Bob De Carolis (2002-present). From 1936 to 1985, the university's athletic director was a member of the executive committee of the Intercollegiate Athletics Board. Created by OSC President George Peavy to oversee Intercollegiate Athletics, the Board effectively ran the athletic department for several decades. It was disbanded in 1985 and replaced by an Athletic Advisory Committee. The Committee functions to advise the athletic director of department policy and is meant to represent the views of students, faculty, and alumni.

The Aggies/Beavers were members of the Northwest Intercollegiate Association from 1902-1914, and competed in the Pacific Coast Conference from 1915 to its disbanding in 1959. From 1959 to 1964, Oregon State had no conference affiliation. In 1964 OSU joined the Pacific-8 Conference which expanded to the Pacific-10 in 1978 and, in 2011, to the Pacific-12.

Administrative Information

Accruals: Additions to the collection are expected.

More Extent Information: 3 sound recordings, 1 video cassette and 1 CD-ROM; 25 boxes, including 6 oversize boxes, and 2 map folders; 1 microfilm reel

Statement on Access: Access to legal files in Series 7 and the Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit materials in Series 9 is restricted due to the presence of confidential information. All requests for access to this material should be directed to the University Archivist. All other materials in this collection are open for research.

Acquisition Note: The records held in this collection were transferred to the University Archives and the Special Collections & Archives Research Center through dozens of accessions over multiple decades. Two publications, Fighting Aggies (formerly PUB 10-22x) and Athletics Brochures (formerly PUB 53), were removed from the Publications Groups and transferred to RG 007 in 2014.

Related Materials:

OSU's Department of Intercollegiate Athletics maintains its own archive consisting of approximately 200 cubic feet of paper materials, photographs, film reels, videotapes and ephemera. A general inventory of these materials is available upon request of the Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC), but access to the contents is by permission only of the OSU Department of Athletic Communications.

Numerous collections within SCARC document Oregon State's athletic enterprise over the course of school history. Collections of interest include the Sports Media Guides (PUB 054), the Intercollegiate Athletics Photographic Collection (P 031), and the Intercollegiate Athletics Moving Images (FV 031), and the Athletic Union of Oregon Agricultural College Records (RG 041). Dozens of photograph collections depict OSU's past sporting exploits, including the Baseball Photographs (P 007), Basketball Photographs (P 006), Rowing (Crew) Photograph Collection (P 015), Football Photograph Collection (P 004), Track and Field Photograph Collection (P 010) and Women's Athletics Photograph Collection (P 009).

SCARC also houses a multitude of scrapbook collections devoted to athletics, including two focusing on OSC's participation in the 1942 Rose Bowl (the RoseBowl Football Game Scrapbooks (MSS RoseBowl) and the Rose Bowl Game Scrapbook (MSS RoseBowlPanagis)), the Oregon State College - New York University Football Game Scrapbook (MSS OSCNYUFootball), the Dale Story Scrapbook (MSS Story), the Berny Wagner Scrapbook (MSS Wagner) and the Oregon State University Women's Basketball and Field Hockey Scrapbooks (MSS WomenBBHockey).

The OSU Memorabilia Collection (MSS MC) contains additional information about notable sports teams, individuals and events. Additional moving images collections containing substantive content related to OSU athletics include the Alumni Association Motion Picture Films and Videotapes (FV 017) and the News and Communication Services Motion Picture Films and Videotapes (FV 057). Photo collections not specifically devoted to athletics but containing a large number of relevant images include Harriet's Photograph Collection (P HC), Alumni Relations Photographs (P 017), News and Communication Services Photograph Collection (P 057) and the Oregon Stater Photograph Collection (P 195).

See also: Oregon State Baseball: 100 Years to a National Championship, the story of OSU baseball, beginning with its first win in 1907 through its back-to-back national championships one hundred years later.

Preferred Citation: Intercollegiate Athletics Records (RG 007), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.

Processing Information:

We acknowledge that materials in SCARC collections and the language that describes them may be harmful. We are actively working to address our descriptive practices; for more information please see our SCARC Anti-Racist Actions Statement online.

The archivist-prepared description of this collection uses the phrase “Civil War” to refer to the long-standing athletic rivalry between Oregon State University and the University of Oregon. A history of this athletic rivalry, and use of the phrase “Civil War” to describe it, is available online in The Origins of the "Civil War" Football Game blog post.

In June 2020, Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray announced that the term  “Civil War” will no longer be used by either university because it “represents a connection to a war fought to perpetuate slavery.”

We acknowledge the racism represented by the use of this phrase and the harm it may cause our users. In order to provide historical context and to enable standardized searching and access across our collections, we have retained the use of this phrase in the collection description.

[Date of acknowledgement: November 2021]


Oregon State University. Office of Intercollegiate Athletics
Oregon State College. Athletic Department
Oregon State University. Athletics.

People, Places, and Topics

Baker, Terry, 1941-
Baughman, Dutch
College students--Oregon--Corvallis.
Dugan, Vickie
National Collegiate Athletic Association
Oregon State College--Baseball.
Oregon State College--Basketball.
Oregon State College--Football.
Oregon State College--Track and field.
Oregon State University--Baseball.
Oregon State University--Basketball.
Oregon State University--Football.
Oregon State University--Sports.
Oregon State University--Track and field.
Oregon State University. Office of Intercollegiate Athletics
Pacific-10 Conference
Rose Bowl (Football game) (1942 : Durham, N.C.)
Rose Bowl (Football game) (1957 : Pasadena, Calif.)
Track and field athletes--Oregon--Corvallis.
United States. Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX
University History

Forms of Material

Born digital.
Compact discs.
Printed ephemera.
Programs (documents).
Tape reels.
Video recordings (physical artifacts)

Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: Intercollegiate Athletic Board Records, 1936-1985

The Intercollegiate Athletic Board was formed by OSC President George Peavy in 1936 in connection with the administrative separation of intercollegiate athletics from other extracurricular activities on campus. The board's executive committee included the college athletic director as well as student, faculty and alumni representatives. This group effectively ran the school's athletic department, holding sway over administration of the department's budget, personnel, expenditures, merchandise sales and many other activities, up to and including ticket pricing and the awarding of varsity letters. The board typically met once or twice per academic quarter with special meetings called as warranted. Over time the board evolved away from a decision-making entity and more toward an advisory council to the university president. It was eliminated by OSU President John Byrne in 1985.

The records of the Intercollegiate Athletic Board are a major resource for research on department activities in the 1930s-1950s and the 1970s-1980s. The minutes held in this series include supporting materials such as budget itemizations, transcripts of letters and internal reports meant to be reviewed by the board in their deliberations.

Extent: 18 folders

Box-Folder 1.1: Meeting Minutes, 1936-1937
Box-Folder 1.2: Meeting Minutes, 1937-1939
Box-Folder 1.3: Meeting Minutes, 1939-1942
Box-Folder 1.4: Meeting Minutes, 1942-1945
Box-Folder 1.5: Meeting Minutes, 1945-1948
Box-Folder 1.6: Meeting Minutes, 1948-1952
Box-Folder 1.7: Meeting Minutes, 1952-1956
Box-Folder 1.8: Meeting Minutes, 1957-1959
Box-Folder 1.9: Meeting Minutes, 1970
Box-Folder 1.10: Meeting Minutes, 1976-1978
Box-Folder 1.11: Meeting Minutes, 1978-1979
Box-Folder 1.12: Meeting Minutes, 1980
Box-Folder 1.13: Meeting Minutes, 1981
Box-Folder 1.14: Meeting Minutes, 1982-1983
Box-Folder 2.1: Meeting Minutes, 1983-1984
Box-Folder 2.2: Meeting Minutes, 1984-1985
Box-Folder 2.3: Correspondence, 1975-1979
Box-Folder 2.4: Correspondence, 1981-1985
Series 2: Athletic Advisory Committee Records, 1985-2001

The Athletic Advisory Committee was created in late 1985 by OSU President John Byrne as a replacement for the disbanded Intercollegiate Athletic Board. Still in existence, the committee meets as needed and is charged with advising the OSU athletic director on issues of department policy. In this, the committee is empowered to review program and budget objectives, the academic performance of student athletes, and department compliance with regulations issued by the Pacific-12 Conference and the NCAA. The committee is also meant to express the viewpoints of students, faculty, alumni and supporters of OSU athletics. As such, the group is represented on search committees charged with the hiring of athletic directors and head coaches.

The Athletic Advisory Committee meeting minutes held in this series often include supporting materials such as budget itemizations, correspondence, press releases and internal publications meant to be reviewed by the committee in their deliberations. The series' Athletic Department Structure and Activities Binders were given to committee members to provide background information on department affairs. With some variation, they were generally arranged into the following sections: Organization; Academics; Compliance; Development; Marketing/Sports/Events; Facilities; Tickets; Finance; and Personnel.

Extent: 9 folders

Box-Folder 2.5: Meeting Minutes, 1985-1987
Box-Folder 2.6: Meeting Minutes, 1987-1988
Box-Folder 2.7: Meeting Minutes, 1988-1989
Box-Folder 2.8: Meeting Minutes, 1990
Box-Folder 2.9: Meeting Minutes, 1991-1993
Box-Folder 2.10: Meeting Minutes, 1993-1996
Box-Folder 2.11: Meeting Minutes; Athletic Department Structure and Activities Binder, 1998
Box-Folder 2.12: Meeting Minutes; Athletic Department Structure and Activities Binder, 1998-1999
Box-Folder 2.13: Meeting Minutes; Athletic Department Structure and Activities Binder, 2000-2001
Series 3: Department and Conference Meeting Minutes, 1985-1998

The Administrative Support Staff of the OSU athletic department typically met every two weeks to provide updates on recent work, discuss day-to-day activities within the department, refine policies, and plan for upcoming events, including facilities work and meetings with donors. These records are detailed and provide valuable insight into the culture and daily affairs of the department in the late 1980s and 1990s.

The 1998 Senior Staff meetings were held weekly and included Athletic Director Mitch Barnhart, Associate Athletic Directors Bob De Carolis and Marianne Vydra, and other managers within the athletic department. These meetings were used to provide updates on activities within the department and to chart action plans for upcoming events as well as longer term objectives, including facilities improvements and changes in personnel.

"Administrative Advance" was the title given to athletic department retreats, generally held in the late Spring and lasting two to three days. The retreats were devoted to skill-building exercises, strategic planning of larger initiatives, and specific planning and assignment of particular tasks to individual staff members for the coming year.

Pacific-10 Conference meeting minutes were compiled and distributed by the conference. They reflect discussion of agenda items at monthly meetings attended in person or over the phone by representatives of each member institution. Chief Executive Officer and Pac-10 Council meetings are included in this series, as are meetings of the conference's Men's Administrative Committee and Women's Administrative Committee. Discussion at several meetings required use of extensive Agenda Supplements, which are included as identified. These supplements often include the minutes of previous meetings of conference working groups.

Extent: 18 folders

Box-Folder 3.1: Athletic Department Administrative Support Staff - Meeting Minutes, 1987-1992
Box-Folder 3.2: Athletic Department Administrative Support Staff - Meeting Minutes, 1992-1994
Box-Folder 3.3: Athletic Department Administrative Support Staff - Meeting Minutes, 1994-1995
Box-Folder 3.4: Athletic Department Administrative Support Staff - Meeting Minutes, 1995-1997
Box-Folder 3.5: Athletic Department Senior Staff - Meeting Minutes, March - December, 1998
Box-Folder 3.6: "Administrative Advance" - Athletic Department Retreat Minutes, 1991-1993
Box-Folder 3.7: "Administrative Advance" - Athletic Department Retreat Minutes, 1994
Box-Folder 3.8: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Minutes, 1985
Box-Folder 3.9: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Minutes, January - June 1986
Box-Folder 3.10: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Minutes and Agenda Supplements, November 5-6, 1986
Box-Folder 3.11: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Minutes, December 4-7, 1986
Box-Folder 3.12: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Agenda Supplements, December 4-7, 1986
Box-Folder 3.13: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Agenda Supplements, June 28-29, 1987
Box-Folder 3.14: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Minutes, December 2-6, 1987
Box-Folder 3.15: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Agenda Supplements, December 2-6, 1987
Box-Folder 3.16: Pacific-10 Conference - Women's Administrative Committee Meeting Agenda Supplements, May 3-4, 1988
Box-Folder 3.17: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Agenda Supplements, June 22-26, 1988
Box-Folder 3.18: Pacific-10 Conference - Meeting Agenda Supplements, June 22-26, 1988
Series 4: Funding and Budgets, 1947-1992

The materials in this series document the finances of OSU's Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, with particular focus paid to the difficult financial conditions faced by the department in the 1970s and 1980s. Hamstrung by poor performance on the football field and the dip in revenues that ensued, the department regularly operated at a deficit throughout the 1970s and 1980s. In 1988 the OSU men's and women's track and field programs were eliminated in a budget-cutting move. The situation was worsened by the passage in Oregon of Ballot Measure 5, a property tax limitation initiative that deeply impacted budgets university-wide.

Materials related to the department budget for 1946-1947 are available in the microfilmed department records, described in Series XIII - Subject Files. The contents of box-folders 4.4 and 4.5 have been digitized and are available upon request.

Extent: 19 folders

Box-Folder 4.1: Audit - Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, June 30, 1947
Box-Folder 4.2: Audit - Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, Western Regional #2, National Collegiate Basketball Tournament, March 11-12, 1955
Box-Folder 4.3: Financial Report of National Collegiate Basketball Championship, Western Regionals, Corvallis, Oregon, March 16-17, 1956
Box-Folder 4.4: Salary Authorizations and Budget Adjustments, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1957-1966
The contents of this folder have been digitized and are available upon request.
Box-Folder 4.5: Financial Statements - Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1968-1972
The contents of this folder have been digitized and are available upon request.
Box-Folder 4.6: Financial Statements - Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1973-1974
Box-Folder 4.7: Financial Statements - Men's Intercollegiate Athletic Program and Women’s Intercollegiate Athletic Program, 1980-1981
Box-Folder 4.8: Pacific-8 Conference Revenue Distribution, 1976-1980
Box-Folder 4.9: Tax Information, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1978-1986
Box-Folder 4.10: Television Agreements and Revenue, 1979-1983
Box-Folder 4.11: Television Agreements and Revenue, 1984-1988
Box-Folder 4.12: Internal Documents - Revenue and Budgeting, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1981-1984
Box-Folder 4.13: Internal Documents - Revenue and Budgeting, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1985
Box-Folder 4.14: Cost Savings Analysis Questionnaire, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1987
Box-Folder 4.15: Review of Sports Offerings at Oregon State University, 1987-1988
Box-Folder 4.16: "One Cent for Sports" - proposed beer and cigarette tax to supplement Oregon university athletic programs, 1987-1989
Box-Folder 4.17: "Save Oregon State Sports" (SOS-2) campaign, 1988
Box-Folder 4.18: Oregon Lottery Intercollegiate Athletic Fund, 1989-1991
Box-Folder 4.19: Special Task Force on Athletic Funding, Oregon State University, 1992
Series 5: Facilities, 1952-1997

The construction and renovation of OSU athletics facilities are the primary focus of the materials held in this series. Beaver baseball has been played at Coleman Field since 1907, making it the oldest college baseball facility still in use. Parker Stadium, renamed Reser Stadium in 1999, has been home to OSU football since its dedication on October 24, 1953. The football complex has been renovated and upgraded numerous times, with major expansions including the building of the Valley Football Center in 1990 (later enlarged in 1996) and the construction of a new east grandstand in 2007. Oregon State basketball has been played at Gill Coliseum since 1949 and Wayne Valley Field served the needs of the university's track and field program from 1974-1988.

Detailed documentation of the first modern renovation and expansion of Parker Stadium is held in this series. Completed in two phases, this chapter of the stadium's improvement schedule included the creation of a new VIP section and installation of aluminum seating to replace existing wooden bleachers (1987), and later the addition of a new press box, twelve skybox suites, a roof to cover much of the west grandstand and various infrastructure upgrades (1991).

Home to OSU football operations, the Valley Football Center was expanded from its original footprint of 12,000 square feet to over 59,500 square feet in 1996. Once enlarged, the Valley Center absorbed the football program's locker room, equipment area and training facilities.

Extent: 30 folders

Box-Folder 4.20: Coleman Field - Renovation Project Interview Materials, Arbuckle Costic Architects, May 15, 1997
Box-Folder 4.21: Gill Coliseum - Expansion and Remodeling, 1983-1986
Box-Folder 23.1: Gill Coliseum - Marquee, 1974
Multiple design proposals including pictorial representations of Benny the Beaver playing various sports.
Map-Folder 25: OSC Football Stadium - Construction Promotional Banners, ca. 1952
One banner shows the proposed placement of the stadium on campus and declares that there will be "potential parking facilities for 8,000 cars." In the second banner, the structure is drawn from the perspective of the viewer looking down into the stadium bowl from the air. This rendering includes many architectural features that were never realized in the finished construction.
Box-Folder 4.22: OSC Football Stadium - Statement of Pledges, January 31, 1954
Box-Folder 4.23: Parker Stadium - Scoreboard, 1968-1986
Box-Folder 4.24: Parker Stadium - Synthetic Turf Playing Surface, 1975-1988
Box-Folder 4.25: Parker Stadium - General, 1976-1981
Box-Folder 5.1: Parker Stadium - Renovation, 1985
Box-Folder 5.2: Parker Stadium - Renovation, 1986
Box-Folder 5.3: Parker Stadium - Renovation, 1987
Box-Folder 5.4: Parker Stadium - Renovation, 1988
Box-Folder 5.5: Parker Stadium - Renovation, 1989-1990
Box-Folder 5.6: Parker Stadium - Renovation Project Tracking Binder, 1987-1991
Disbound binder. Includes sections labeled: Pernsteiner; Time Schedule; Budget; Fund Raising; Press Box; Lig Dom; Lynn Scope of Work; Lynn Budget; Parking Lot; and Expenditure Summary.
Box-Folder 5.7: Parker Stadium - Renovation Project Meeting Minutes, 1990-1991
Disbound binder with sections generally divided by date, but also noting the following: Kickoff Meeting; Design Meetings; Architect Agreement; Seat Bid; Bid for Stadium Clean-Up; Washer and Dryer Bid Info.
Box-Folder 5.8: Parker Stadium - Sky Box Project, 1990-1991
Box-Folder 5.9: Parker Stadium - Sky Box Project, 1991-1995
Box-Folder 5.10: Physical Plant, 1983-1994
Box-Folder 5.11: Sign Ordinance (City of Corvallis), 1987-1988
Box-Folder 5.12: T-2000 Fund Raising Drive, 1991-1994
The T-2000 initiative sought to raise private funds to make many improvements to OSU's athletics facilities, including expansion of the Valley Football Center; upgrades to the playing surface, lighting, seating, concourses and parking at Parker Stadium; creation of a "Valley Field" complex which would serve as home to OSU soccer, track, softball and baseball; and endowed athletics scholarships.
Box-Folder 5.13: Valley Football Center Expansion - Correspondence, 1995
Box-Folder 5.14: Valley Football Center Expansion - Correspondence, 1996
Box-Folder 5.15: Valley Football Center Expansion - Correspondence, 1996
Box-Folder 5.16: Valley Football Center Expansion - Correspondence, 1997
Box-Folder 6.1: Valley Football Center Expansion - Project Binder, 1996-1997
Disbound binder containing sections labeled: Naming Opportunities; Procurement; EDT Meetings; EDT Assignments.
Box-Folder 6.2: Valley Football Center Expansion - Project Binder, 1996-1997
Disbound binder containing sections labeled: Chronology; Fund Raising; Lockers; Dimensions; Video; Finance; Cash Flow; VFC EDT; Home Visits; Procurement; Ground Breaking; Wildish Ltrs; Add Back; Grand Opening; Internal; Calendar.
Box-Folder 6.3: Valley Football Center Expansion - Project Binder, 1996-1997
Disbound binder containing sections labeled: Donors; Budget; RFQ; RFP; Weekly Meetings; Wildish; Fund Raising Letters.
Box-Folder 6.4: Valley Football Center Expansion - Project Binder, 1996-1997
Disbound binder containing sections labeled: EDT Meetings; EDT Assignments; Chronology; Fund Raising; Procurement; Ground Breaking; Grand Opening; Internal; Calendar.
Box-Folder 6.5: Valley Football Center Expansion - One Percent for Art, 1997
Box-Folder 6.6: Wayne Valley Field, 1975-1988
Series 6: Reports and Lists, 1941-2001
A disparate collection of reports comprises the bulk of this series. Included are annual reports, strategic planning proposals, budget reviews, a self-study, an early compilation of sports statistics and a scholarly publication on patterns of drug use among student athletes. The lists held in this series provide a useful compendium of varsity letter recipients from 1950-1983 and also include a roster of department staff in 1973-1974.
Extent: 17 folders

Box-Folder 6.7: Statistical reports on "minor sports", 1906-1942
Includes records and results, spanning the years 1906-1942, for track and field, tennis, baseball, boxing, fencing, wrestling, swimming, polo and golf. The contents of this folder have been digitized and are available upon request.
Box-Folder 6.8: Statistical reports on "minor sports", 1920-1935
Includes records and results, spanning the years 1920-1935, for track and field, swimming, and baseball.
Box-Folder 6.9: "A Report on the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics of Oregon State University", by James G. Barratt, November 1, 1972
Annual report issued by Athletic Director Barratt.
Box-Folder 6.10: "Oregon State University Looks at the Incidental Fees Structure: A Student Opinion Survey", Bardsley & Haslacher, Inc., March 1973
Results of a survey of student attitudes toward incidental fees with respect to expenditures on educational activities, Memorial Union programs, recreation and intercollegiate athletics.
Box-Folder 6.11: "Report to Intercollegiate Athletic Board from the Budget Committee" (second revision), by Lois McGill, Frank Ramsey and John Davis, March 1973
A review of income and expenditures with suggestions on possible program changes and avenues for increasing income.
Box-Folder 6.12: "Preparing for the Future - The Strategic Plan for Oregon State University," prepared by the Long-Range Planning Commission (Pete Fullerton, Kinsey Green, Warren Hovland, Steve Lawton, Bud Weiser), 1986-1987
University-wide strategic planning document finalized on January 26, 1987. File contains background materials related to athletics-related components of this specific strategic planning process.
Box-Folder 6.13: "Administrative Review, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, Oregon State University" Pacific Research Associates, November 1989
Independent on-site review of department administration, business operations, external operations, student athlete services, and facilities.
Box-Folder 6.14: "A Plan for a Positive Tomorrow, Just a Beginning..." by Dutch Baughman, December 20, 1989
Operational plan proposal issued by Baughman, at the time a Senior Associate Director of Athletics.
Box-Folder 6.15: "Drug Education and the Collegiate Athlete: A Decision Making Model," report issued by Ray Tricker, OSU Department of Public Health, to the Committee for the Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sport, Drug Education Subcommittee, National Collegiate Athletic Association, 1993
Report on attitudes toward and use of various drugs by athletes surveyed at Oregon State University, Washington State University and the University of Kansas.
Box-Folder 6.16: "Drug Education and the Collegiate Athlete: A Decision Making Model," report issued by Ray Tricker, OSU Department of Public Health, to the Committee for the Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sport, Drug Education Subcommittee, National Collegiate Athletic Association, 1994
Report on attitudes toward and use of various drugs by athletes surveyed at Oregon State University, Washington State University and the University of Kansas.
Box-Folder 6.17: "Oregon State Department of Athletics Annual Report", 2000-2001
Box-Folder 7.1: Compiled lists of Varsity Letter Recipients, 1951-1964
Includes letter winners for baseball, basketball, boxing, fencing, football, and golf.
Box-Folder 7.2: Compiled lists of Varsity Letter Recipients, 1951-1964
Includes letter winners for skiing, swimming, tennis, track, and wrestling.
Box-Folder 7.3: Compiled lists of Varsity Letter Recipients, 1950-1983
Includes letter winners for baseball, basketball, and crew.
Box-Folder 7.4: Compiled lists of Varsity Letter Recipients, 1950-1983
Includes letter winners for football, golf, swimming, tennis, and track and field.
Box-Folder 7.5: Compiled lists of Varsity Letter Recipients, 1950-1983
Includes letter winners for wrestling, rifle, team managers and recipients of "Varsity O" award blankets.
Box-Folder 7.6: Compiled lists of Varsity Letter Recipients, 1969-1977
Includes letter winners for baseball, basketball, crew, golf, football, swimming, tennis, track and field, and wrestling.
Box-Folder 7.7: List of Academic and Classified Staff, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 1973-1974
Series 7: Legal Issues, 1980-1987

The majority of this series is made up of materials documenting a lawsuit filed against Oregon State University by former softball coach Vickie Dugan, alleging hiring and wage equity discrimination. The series also includes records of an ACLU complaint filed on behalf of a group of female student athletes, both current and former, (Petersen, et al.) claiming sex discrimination within the athletic department. Law, et al. vs NCAA was a class action antitrust lawsuit arguing against NCAA rules that, at the time, restricted the range of salaries that could be offered to assistant coaches working at the collegiate level.

Access to legal files in Series 7 is restricted due to the presence of confidential information. All requests for access to this material should be directed to the University Archivist.

Extent: 15 folders

Box-Folder 7.8: Petersen, et al. vs. Oregon State University, 1980-1988
Sex equity complaint.
Box-Folder 7.9-8.5: Dugan vs. Oregon State University, 1990-1997
Hiring and wage equity complaint.
Box-Folder 8.6-8.7: Norman Law, et al. vs. National Collegiate Athletic Association, 1996
Antitrust class action complaint.
Box-Folder 8.8: Assorted Legal Issues, 1984-1987
Box-Folder 26.1: RESTRICTED: Assorted Legal Issues
Series 8: NCAA Certification, 1992-2000
The materials in this series primarily consist of documentation compiled by the athletic department for use by the NCAA in determining OSU's continued fitness for membership as a Division I athletic program. The series likewise includes items related to peer review of the University of Madison-Wisconsin athletic department, also for purposes of NCAA certification.
Extent: 6 folders

Box-Folder 8.9: NCAA Certification Process Binder, 1992-1996
Disbound binder. Includes sections for the athletic department organizational chart; certification plan; peer review; correspondence with the NCAA; internal correspondence; meeting minutes; peer review visit; governance; academic integrity; fiscal integrity; and equity
Box-Folder 8.10: NCAA Certification - Self-Study documents, 1994-1995
Box-Folder 8.11: NCAA Certification - Peer Review of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996
Box-Folder 8.12: NCAA Certification - Peer Review of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996
Box-Folder 8.13-8.14: "NCAA Athletics Certification Self-Study Report," Oregon State University, December 2000
Includes sections titled Introduction to Self-Study Report; Governance and Commitment to Rules Compliance; Academic Integrity; Fiscal Integrity; Equity, Welfare and Sportsmanship.
Series 9: Title IX Compliance, 1975-2000

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, enacted by the 92nd United States Congress, stated that "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance." The impact of this legislation on high school and collegiate athletics programs was profound, as the act typically required a significant increase in expenditures supporting women's athletics to achieve parity with existing men's programs. In many cases, this shift meant creating new women's athletics programs, a situation that came to bear at OSU. Prior to Title IX, only crew (1967) existed as a women's intercollegiate sport within the Oregon State athletic department. Following passage of the legislation, women's golf, gymnastics and swimming were immediately established (1972), followed by softball (1975), women's basketball and volleyball (1976) and, later, women's soccer (1988).

Most of the content held in this series documents a U.S. Department of Education - Office of Civil Rights audit of compliance with Title IX regulations by the OSU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.

Access to some Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit materials in Series 9 is restricted due to the presence of confidential information.

Extent: 19 folders

Box-Folder 8.15: "Oregon State University - Title IX. Intercollegiate Athletics Self-Evaluation Report," by Pearl S. Gray, November 1976
Box-Folder 8.16: Title IX Implementation and Compliance at OSU - Assorted Materials, 1975-1997
Box-Folder 9.1-9.2: Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit - OSU Response Packet, 1991
Consists of materials generated and compiled by the athletic department in specific response to the requests outlined by the Office of Civil Rights in its preliminary audit of the department’s compliance with Title IX.
Box-Folder 9.3-9.7: Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit - OSU Work Files, 1991-1995
Consist of working materials generated by the athletic department as it coordinated and cooperated with the Office of Civil Rights Title IX compliance audit. Materials were formerly collected into binders and were organized into groups including meeting minutes, site review notes and budget reports, as well as information on program support, including scheduling, per diems, recruiting, space, publicity and other topics.
Box-Folder 9.8: Settlement Agreement, Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit, September 1994
Box-Folder 9.9: Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit - Memoranda, Correspondence and Background Materials, 1994
Box-Folder 9.10: Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit - Memoranda, Correspondence and Background Materials, 1995
Box-Folder 9.11: Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit - Memoranda, Correspondence and Background Materials, 1996-2000
Box-Folder 26.2-26.7: RESTRICTED: Office of Civil Rights Title IX Compliance Audit
As part of its response to the Office of Civil Rights audit, OSU compiled a large quantity of data relating to scholarships and other financial aid for its student athletes.
Series 10: Game and Event Programs, Scorecards, 1908-2013

Consisting mainly of souvenir programs for sporting events held at Oregon State University, this series also includes season ticket order forms and schedules, scorecards, and programs produced by other universities and organizations for away games and post-season contests. Programs collected from the Benny Awards, an annual ceremony celebrating all OSU student athletes, are also a part of this series. In most cases, the series includes programs for multiple games within the listed years. However, certain years may correspond to only one item.

Programs are held in Series X for the following sports and corresponding years: Baseball, 2006, 2010, 2013. Men's Basketball, 1927, 1930, 1936, 1941, 1949, 1950-1987, 1995-1998, 2011-2013. Women's Basketball, 2011-2013. Benny Awards, 2001-2002, 2004-2005. Crew, 2013. Football, 1908-1909, 1912, 1914-1915, 1919-1922, 1924, 1925-1930, 1932-1941, 1945-1946, 1949-1955, 1957-1975, 1977, 1979, 1986-1987, 1991, 1993, 1996-2001, 2007-2008, 2011-2012. Gymnastics, 1982, 1984, 1988-1990, 1993-1996, 1999, 2002, 2013. Men's Soccer, 2012. Women's Soccer, 2012. Softball, 2013. Track and Field, 1929. Wrestling, 1960-1961, 1964, 1969-1971, 1973-1981, 1983-1984, 1991-1992, 2012-2013.

Extent: 69 folders

Box-Folder 10.1: Baseball - NCAA College World Series Guide, 2006
Box-Folder 10.2: Baseball, 2010-2013
Box-Folder 10.3: Basketball (Men's), 1927-1949
Includes background information on 1941 OSC men's basketball team.
Box-Folder 10.4: Basketball (Men's), 1950-1953
Includes 1953-54 game ticket order forms.
Box-Folder 10.5: Basketball (Men's), 1954-1955
Box-Folder 10.6: Basketball (Men's), 1956-1957
Box-Folder 10.7: Basketball (Men's), 1958-1962
Includes 1961-62 season schedule.
Box-Folder 10.8: Basketball (Men's), 1963-1964
Includes 1963-64 season schedule as well as 1964-65 game ticket order forms.
Box-Folder 10.9: Basketball (Men's), 1965-1966
Box-Folder 10.10: Basketball (Men's), 1967
Box-Folder 10.11: Basketball (Men's), 1968-1969
Box-Folder 10.12: Basketball (Men's), 1970-1972
Box-Folder 10.13: Basketball (Men's), 1973-1974
Box-Folder 10.14: Basketball (Men's), 1975-1982
Includes newspaper clipping titled "NCAA Champs Invade OSU." Also includes season schedules for 1977-78, 1978-79, 1981-82 and 1982-83.
Box-Folder 10.15: Basketball (Men's), 1983-1986
Includes 1983-84 season schedule.
Box-Folder 10.16: Basketball (Men's), 1986-1987, 1997
Box-Folder 16.6: Basketball (Men's), 1995-1998
Box-Folder 10.17: Basketball (Men's), 2011-2012
Box-Folder 10.18: Basketball (Men's), 2012-2013
Box-Folder 10.19: Basketball (Men's) - Annual Banquet, 1972, 1983
Box-Folder 11.1: Basketball (Women's), 1994-2011
Box-Folder 11.2: Basketball (Women's), 2011-2013
Box-Folder 11.3: Benny Awards, 2001-2002, 2004-2005
First held in 1998, the Benny Awards are an annual year-end event recognizing outstanding performance by student athletes and athletic department staff.
Box-Folder 11.4: Crew (Rowing), 2013
Box-Folder 11.5: Football, 1908-1924
1919 game program is a photocopy.
Box-Folder 16.4: Football, 1924
Box-Folder 11.6: Football, 1925-1926
Box-Folder 11.7: Football, 1926-1929
Box-Folder 11.8: Football, 1930-1938
Box-Folder 11.9: Football, 1938
Box-Folder 11.10: Football, 1939-1941
Box-Folder 11.11: Football, 1945-1946, 1949
Box-Folder 11.12: Football, 1950-1954
Box-Folder 11.13: Football, 1954-1959
Includes 1957 Rose Bowl programs.
Box-Folder 16.5: Football, 1959
Box-Folder 11.14: Football, 1960-1961
Box-Folder 11.15: Football, 1962-1963
Box-Folder 11.16: Football, 1963-1965
Box-Folder 11.17: Football, 1965-1967
Box-Folder 12.1: Football, 1967-1968
Box-Folder 12.2: Football, 1969
Box-Folder 12.3: Football, 1970
Box-Folder 12.4: Football, 1970
Box-Folder 12.5: Football, 1971-1972
Box-Folder 12.6: Football, 1972-1975, 1977
Box-Folder 12.7: Football, 1979-1987
Box-Folder 12.8: Football, 1987
Box-Folder 12.9: Football, 1991
Box-Folder 12.10: Football, 1993-1997
Box-Folder 12.11: Football, 1997
Box-Folder 12.12: Football, 1998
Box-Folder 12.13: Football, 1999
Box-Folder 12.14: Football, 2000
Box-Folder 12.15: Football, 2000
Box-Folder 22.2: Football - Roster Sheets, 2000
Box-Folder 12.16: Football - Fiesta Bowl vs. the University of Notre Dame, January 1, 2001
Box-Folder 13.1: Football, 2001
Box-Folder 13.2: Football, 2007-2008, 2011
Box-Folder 13.3: Football, 2011
Box-Folder 13.4: Football, 2011
Box-Folder 13.5: Football, 2012
Box-Folder 13.6: Football, 2012
Box-Folder 13.7: Football, 2012
Box-Folder 13.8: Football, 2012-2013
Box-Folder 13.9: Football, 2014
Box-Folder 13.10: Football - Recruit Guides, 2006-2013
Distributed to guests attending the annual football recruiting dinner held on National Letter of Intent Day.
Box-Folder 13.11: Gymnastics, 1982, 1984, 1988-1990, 1993
Box-Folder 13.12: Gymnastics, 1994-1996, 1999, 2002, 2013
Box-Folder 16.3: Gymnastics, 1996-2001
Box-Folder 13.13: Soccer (Men's), 2012
Box-Folder 13.14: Soccer (Women's), 2012
Box-Folder 13.15: Softball, 2013
Box-Folder 13.16: Track and Field, 1929
Box-Folder 13.17: Volleyball, 2012
Box-Folder 13.18: Wrestling, 1960-1992
Box-Folder 21.2: Wrestling - Scorecards, 1960-1976
Box-Folder 13.19: Wrestling, 2012-2013
Series 11: Press Releases, 1941-2001
This series consists of press releases produced almost entirely by the Sports Information Office (previously known as Athletics Media Relations). Press releases were distributed weekly and might typically include a list of home and away sporting events, radio and television coverage of games, probable starters, team statistics, player features, notes and commentary. Information describing the 1941-42 OSC basketball team, champion of its division, can also be found in this series.
Extent: 22 folders

Box-Folder 14.1: OSC Men's Basketball Press Releases, 1941-1942
Box-Folder 14.2: Press Releases, April 8 - December 5, 1992
Box-Folder 14.3: Press Releases, May 17 - November 5, 1993
Box-Folder 14.4: Press Releases, November 6 - December 30, 1993
Box-Folder 14.5: Press Releases, January 6 - March 17, 1994
Box-Folder 14.6: Press Releases, March 18 - May 23, 1994
Box-Folder 14.7: Press Releases, September 1 - October 23, 1994
Box-Folder 14.8: Press Releases, October 26 - December 30, 1994
Box-Folder 14.9: Press Releases, January 5 - March 5, 1995
Box-Folder 14.10: Press Releases, March 6 - May 15, 1995
Box-Folder 14.11: Press Releases, September 1 - October 15, 1995
Box-Folder 14.12: Press Releases, October 16 - December 31, 1995
Box-Folder 14.13: Press Releases, January 3 - June 1, 1996
Box-Folder 14.14: Press Releases, September 2 - November 3, 1996
Box-Folder 14.15: Press Releases, November 8 - December 29, 1996
Box-Folder 14.16: Press Releases, January 2 - February 25, 1997
Box-Folder 14.17: Press Releases, February 27 - May 31, 1997
Box-Folder 14.18: Press Releases, September 5 - November 10, 1997
Box-Folder 14.19: Press Releases, November 11 - December 31, 1997
Box-Folder 14.20: Press Releases, January 5 - February 25, 1998
Box-Folder 14.21: Press Releases, February 27 - April 29, 1998
Box-Folder 14.22: Fiesta Bowl (OSU vs. Notre Dame) Press Releases, 2001
Series 12: Publications, 1922-2013
This series is comprised of various publications including sports newsletters, intercollegiate athletic recruitment brochures, team yearbooks, an OSU basketball history, the Pacific Coast Conference Records Book, and a guide to those visiting the sports facilities on campus. The series' newsletters include Beaver Line, produced by the Corvallis Gazette-Times; Beaver Game Day; The Gnaw; and Beaver Sports, a publication of the OSU athletic department.
Extent: 16 folders

Box-Folder 15.1: Athletics Brochures, 1966-1980
Recruitment brochures published by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Includes years 1966, 1968-1973, and 1979-1980.
Box-Folder 21.3: "Beaver Basketball", 1974-1975
Newsprint publication previewing each game of the 1974-1975 basketball season. Each issue included a scorecard for fan use during games.
Box-Folder 16.1: "Beaver Game Day", 1995, 1998
Box-Folder 16.2: "Beaver Line" newsletter, 1996-1999
Box-Folder 16.7: "Beaver Sports" newsletter, 1984-1987
Box-Folder 15.2: "Beaver Sports" newsletter, 1988-1990, 1992-1993, 1995-1998
Box-Folder 16.8: "Beaver Sports" newsletter, 1999-2001
Box-Folder 15.3: "Fighting Aggies" vol. 1, no. 1, 1922
Produced by the Varsity "O" Association and concerning the O.A.C. football team.
Box-Folder 15.4: "The Gnaw" newsletter, 2012-2013
Box-Folder 15.5: Guest Guide, 2005
Box-Folder 15.6: "The History of Oregon State College Basketball, 1901-02 to 1952-53", 1953
Box-Folder 15.7: "Pacific Coast Conference Records Book, 1916-1959", 1959
Produced upon the dissolution of the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 1959. Includes scores, record holders by school, coaches, standout athletes (such as Olympians), and winners of championships for football, basketball, track and field, baseball, crew, swimming and diving, tennis, golf, and cross-country. Also includes a brief history of the conference and lists of conference presidents and faculty athletic representatives from each school in the conference.
Box-Folder 21.4: Photocopied newspaper clippings - 1942 Rose Bowl
Photocopies of newspaper clippings documenting the prelude to the 1942 Rose Bowl, pitting OSC versus Duke University, as well as the game itself and the celebration that ensued in Corvallis following the Beavers' victory and return home.
Box-Folder 15.8: "The Road Through Omaha," commemorative publication celebrating the 2006 NCAA Baseball Championship, 2006
Box-Folder 15.9: Yearbooks - Men's and Women's Basketball, 1998-2002
Box-Folder 15.10: Yearbook - Football, 1995
Series 13: Subject Files, 1934-2013

The Subject Files series consists largely of materials assembled by athletic department staff documenting specific projects, issues or themes existing within the purview of the department. The bulk of these materials date to the late 1970s and 1980s. Two noteworthy sets of materials that do not fall within this general description are the series' six oversize publicity and technical drawings created for the OSU crew team, and the microfilmed records detailing department activities conducted in the 1940s.

The contents of box-folder 17.1 have been digitized and are available upon request.

Extent: 43 folders; 1 microfilm reel

Box-Folder 17.1: Amateur Athletic Association - Constitution and Bylaws, 1966-1978
The contents of this folder have been digitized and are available upon request.
Box-Folder 17.2: Award System for Varsity and Junior Varsity Athletics, 1973
Box-Folder 17.3: Bands (Marching and Pep), 1971-1979
Primary topics documented in the two OSU Bands folders include funding, band member scholarships and space for practice.
Box-Folder 17.4: Bands (Marching and Pep), 1980-1989
Box-Folder 17.5: Baseball - General, 1975-1988
Box-Folder 17.6: Basketball - Course Outline for Class Taught by Amory T. "Slats" Gill, undated
Box-Folder 17.7: Basketball - Far West Classic, 1987-1988
Box-Folder 17.8: Basketball - General, 1976-1988
Box-Folder 17.9: Basketball, Women's - General, 1988
Box-Folder 17.10: Brand Identity Launch, 2013
Box-Folder 17.11: Contracts - Pac10LAN Computer Hardware and Software Maintenance Systems, 1985-1988
Box-Folder 17.12: Contracts - Print Media Materials, 1987-1989
Box-Folder 17.13: Contracts - Sports Camps Offered by OSU, 1977-1980
Box-Folder 17.14: Crew (Rowing) - General, 1980-1988
Map-Folder 24: Crew (Rowing) - Publicity and Technical Drawings, 1934-1976
Contents include three posters publicizing the OSU crew team and three technical drawings documenting details for a coxswain's seat/rowlock and a shell designed as a training barge.
Box-Folder 17.15: Equal Opportunity Program, 1987-1988
Box-Folder 17.16: Football - Coaching Staff Terminations, 1976-1985
Box-Folder 17.17: Football - Mirage Bowl (Tokyo, Japan), 1979-1983
Box-Folder 17.18: Football - Student Attendance Figures, 1984-1985
Box-Folder 17.19: Golf - General, 1977-1987
Box-Folder 17.20: Gymnastics - General, 1981-1988
Box-Folder 17.21: Laundry, 1979-1983
Box-Folder 17.22: Medical Services, 1979-1987
Reel 1: Microfilmed Department Records, 1940-1949
Reel is divided into four series: I. Correspondence, 1940, 1946-1947; II. Minutes [of the Institutional Athletic Board], 1946-1949; III. Budget, 1946-1947; IV. Audit Report [of the department budget, by F.L. Robinson], 1946. Additional paper materials related to athletic department budgets and finances are held in RG 007, Series IV. Components of the Correspondence series focus on the difficulty of seating fans at football games.
Box-Folder 17.23: Oregon State Board of Higher Education, 1983-1992
Box-Folder 17.24: OSU Bookstores, Inc., 1975-1987
Box-Folder 17.25: Personnel - Health and Physical Education Department Instruction, 1986-1987
Box-Folder 17.26: Personnel - Organizational Chart and Department Reorganization Proposals, 1982-1989
Box-Folder 17.27: Personnel - Strike Plan, 1976-1981
Box-Folder 17.28: Policies - Scheduling and Student Tickets, 1985-1987
Box-Folder 17.29: Purchasing and Disposal, 1974-1987
Box-Folder 17.30: Restoration Fund Claims (Damaged or Lost Property), 1977-1986
Box-Folder 17.31: Scholarships - 1942 Rose Bowl Fund, 1976-1977
Box-Folder 17.32: Scholarships - Mike Keck Memorial Fund, 1971-1985
Box-Folder 17.33: Scholarships - Patrick Wayne Valley Memorial Fund, 1975-1976
Box-Folder 17.34: Softball - General, 1980-1995
Box-Folder 17.35: Soccer - World Cup USA, 1990
Box-Folder 17.36: Telecommunications System, 1982
Box-Folder 17.37: Track and Field - General, 1976-1985
Box-Folder 17.38: Track and Field - Pac-10 Championships, 1987
Box-Folder 17.39: Travel Regulations, 1979-1985
Box-Folder 17.40: Volleyball - General, 1987
Box-Folder 17.41: Wrestling - General, 1976-1986
Box-Folder 17.42: Wrestling - Pac-10 Championship Meets, 1981-1987
Box-Folder 17.43: Wrestling - USA vs. USSR Match, 1985-1986
Series 14: Scrapbooks, 1937-1962
This series consists of five scrapbooks documenting Oregon State athletics endeavors in 1937 and 1956-1962. Comprised primarily of newspaper clippings, the scrapbooks focus mostly on football, basketball and rally, and also reflect the historical rivalry between Oregon State and the University of Oregon. The 1937 scrapbook is in fragile condition and should be accessed primarily through a digital surrogate that has been created for researcher use and that is available upon request.
Extent: 5 items

Box-Item 19.1: Untitled Scrapbook, 1937

This scrapbook contains newspaper articles primarily concerning football and basketball game schedules, predictions, and outcomes; pranks between rival schools; player histories; announcements of rallies; and conference and national rankings updates. Other sports mentioned include track and field and tennis. A number of the articles refer to Amory "Slats" Gill, OSU basketball coach from 1928 to 1964, and Joe Gray ("The Gray Ghost") an OSC halfback who received All-American honorable mention accolades in 1937. In addition to images of Gray, the scrapbook also contains newspaper photographs depicting basketball and football players and game play. The name of alumnus Beth Russell is written on one of the pages within the scrapbook.

This item is embrittled and should be handled with extreme care. A digital surrogate has been created and should be the primary point of access for researcher use. It is available on request.

Box-Item 18.1: "Athletics" "Athletics", 1956-1957, , 1957-1958
This scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings describing football games played during the regular season (Fall 1957), team members, and national college football team rankings. Images found in the scrapbook include newspaper photographs of football team members, the rally squad and homecoming court, and game play - specifically of the Oregon State vs Oregon Civil War football game.
Box-Item 22.4: "Athletics", 1959-1962
This scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings - both game reports and commentary - documenting football, basketball and rally from 1959-1962. Of particular note are clippings related to Terry Baker's achievements in both football and basketball. Also included are stories relaying traditions and bets between Oregon State and University of Oregon students concerning the Civil War football game.
Box-Folder 22.1: Loose Items from "Athletics", 1959-1962
This folder contains several loose clippings and a full-color schedule poster for the 1959 football season have been arranged into a folder adjacent to the scrapbook. These loose items also include a letter from Dean of Men Dan Poling, admonishing the rally squad for a reported prank performed during a freshman basketball game.
Box-Item 22.3: "Athletics", 1960-1961
This scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings primarily documenting football, and to a lesser extent basketball and rally, from 1960-1961. The scrapbook includes media attention paid to Terry Baker on the occasion of his first starts for the OSC football team.
Series 15: Audio-Visual and Ephemera, circa 1980s-2009
This series consists of multiple audiovisual formats as well as print materials related to various aspects of OSU athletics. A primary focus of the series is the 2001 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, in which OSU defeated the University of Notre Dame by a score of 41-9.
Extent: 6 folders

Box-Folder 20.1: "Beaver Football; Aune - OSU, KEX 1190." Otherwise unidentified, circa 1980s
Darrell Aune was the radio voice of Beaver athletics from 1970-1999. This recording may be of a football game or an interview show, broadcast on KEX 1190 AM - Portland.
Box-Folder 20.2: Audio Cassettes - 2000 OSU-UO football radio post-game; 2001 Fiesta Bowl week interviews; 2001 Fiesta Bowl post-game, 2000-2001
Box-Folder 20.3: Media Guides - 2001 Fiesta Bowl, 2001
File includes an OSU media guide, Notre Dame media guide and game media guide.
Box-Folder 20.4: Visitors Guide for Tempe, Arizona, 2001
Distributed in connection with the 2001 Fiesta Bowl.
Box-Item 21.1: Multimedia Promotional Kit - "Raising Reser: Expanding Beaver Nation", 2002
Kit contains a brochure, CD-ROM and VHS video cassette promoting the idea of drastically expanding the east side of Reser Stadium.
Box-Folder 20.5: Academic Planner, 2009
Distributed to OSU student athletes.

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