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In the picture is James Mullendore, Student Body President.
Congressman Arch Moore and Governor Hulett Smith and WVU President Harry Heflin on the end in the picture.
'Elvis Stahr, President of Indiana University, prior to his appearance at the WVU Birthday Dinner.'
'Dr. William C. Steere, director of New York's Botanical Garden, and speaker at the May 11, 1967 Author's Banquet, chats with Dr. Earl Core, one of WVU's honored authors.'
'WVU graduate and Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Earl E. Anderson shakes hands with Harry Goldsmith at WVU Birthday Dinner on Feb. 13, 1967.'
'From left ro tight: unidentified, former WVU governor Okey Patterson, And former WVU President Irvin Stewart.'
'Ambassador William Leonhart, U.S. Ambassador to Tanganyika and the first Ambassador to Tanzania, chats with WVU co-ed Debbie Anderson.  Leonhart appeared on the Alumni Headliner Series on April 6, 1967, returning to his Alma Mater to speak with students.'
'Feb. 13, 1967 WVU Birthday Dinner, from left to right: Ray Wilkins; Joe Gluck, WVU Director of Student Affairs; Congressman Arch Moore; Marine Corps Brig. Gen. and WVU alumnus General Earl E. Anderson.  Woman with back turned is unidentified.'
'Donald Hall, appeared here on March 1, 1967, on the Open Door Series following the previous evening's performance of his creation, An Evening's Frost.'
'Harvard University historian Oscar Handlin speaks at Feb. 23, 1967 lecture as part of the Lessons of History symposium, as planning committee chairman John Caruso listens in the background.'