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Letter from Vincent Gates to Robert Hope, November 17, 1960
Correspondence regarding Cal Poly 1960 Plane Crash Memorial Benefit Show
[Newspaper clipping and letter from Robert A. Mott to Roy Easley] - restricted
Newspaper headline reads: 'Cal Poly Survivors Root for Both Sides', UA-RoyCEasley-08
[Newspaper clippings, game ticket, and ribbon from Mercy Bowl] - restricted
Newspaper headlines read: '$150,000 Realized on Game'; 'How Bulldogs Did It', UA-RoyCEasley-07
[Two newspaper clippings covering the Mercy Bowl] - restricted
Headlines read: 'Mercy Bowl Contest More Than Mere Game'; and 'Mercy Bowl Fans Aid 4 Little Girls', UA-RoyCEasley-04
[Two newspaper clippings covering the Mercy Bowl] - restricted
Headline reads: 'Mercy Bowl Tickets Move Fast, Members Give Pay'; and 'LASC Strikes Up Band as Bowling Green Arrives for Mercy Bowl Tilt', UA-RoyCEasley-06
[Collection of newspaper clippings covering the Mercy Bowl] - restricted
Headlines read: 'Help! Help Mercy Bowl'; 'Football Teams on 'Errand or Mercy''; 'President Roy Easley Tackles Ticket Sales Lag for Mercy Bowl Classic'; and 'Mercy Bowl Support Catching On', UA-RoyCEasley-03
Relationships with the Chancellor and How They Affect Cal Poly, 1962
Documentation of the Cal Poly president, Julian McPhee, discussing the relationship between colleges in the California State Colleges (CSC) system and the CSC Chancellor, during a time of transition (1962) within the CSC administration. 1962 marked the year Glenn Dumke succeeded Buell Gallagher as CSC Chancellor, a position he would keep until 1982. 00:00:22 Introductory speaker (Phil?) presents Dr. McPhee 00:01:17 Applause, McPhee thanks staff 00:01:46 McPhee explains why he enjoys speaking to the staff in an informal session 00:03:25 McPhee discusses items he will speak about, including relationships with Chancellor Dumke, '63-64 budget, long-range planning 00:04:22 Difficulty in appointing a chancellor 00:05:00 Chancellor encountering problems upon starting 00:06:28 Communists on the campus 00:07:12 Various conflicting political leanings in the state college system 00:08:11 Pressure on the trustees by various interest groups 00:09:45 Predictions for enrollment growth in state college system 00:11:31 McPhee talks about studies made to determine the cost of schooling compared to admission numbers 00:13:15 Studies requested by the legislature 00:16:30 McPhee talks about the problems with writing a budget without specifically paying attention to individual schools 00:18:39 Chancellor says that half of the trustees are opposed to residence halls 00:19:15 Private colleges are opposed to state colleges having residence halls 00:22:25 McPhee remembers various Board of Education members from the 1930s 00:24:53 McPhee will meet with state college representatives and trustees in the coming months 00:25:57 Cal Poly Long-Range planning 00:27:07 McPhee talks about meeting with department heads and progress toward long-term goals 00:28:19 McPhee stresses the importance of the Long-Range planning program 00:31:04 Most important thing during '61-62 year was providing the best education possible 00:32:00 Auxiliary services like buses, cafeterias, etc 00:34:00 McPhee continues reading a speech about self-reflection on the part of the teachers and analysis to create a good learning experience 00:37:28 Cal Poly's effectiveness comes from good courses and good teachers 00:38:51 McPhee thanked; end of recording
Campus Cues, California State Polytechnic College, San Luis Obispo, California
Campus Cues, a 1963 booklet outlining campus residence hall rules and regulations for attire at various campus events - cover is seen in Centennial Book Photographs Pg. 86, 1963-64CampusCues
Student Protest October 1963
Students protest in front of the Mott gymnasium. In October 1963, students protested the suspension of women who had visited a fraternity house.

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