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Illustration depicting Wilma Wolf, the female version of our mascot wearing a sleeveless dress and a necklace.
Lamron2, June 4, 1971, page 4

Illustration of Wolf head with explanation of how to submit a question to the Dear wolfie section of Western Star 1996. Text, "Have a question that you need to have answered by an expert? Consult Wolfie, Western's mascot and miscellaneous…

Headshot of Waldo between a male and female student. The male student has his arm over Waldo's head.
WOSC Alumni News, Summer 1997, page 9.

A yearbook photo of Waldo Wolf from the back in partial profile, showing the length of his tail, while standing on the track.
The Grove, 1988, page 14.

Waldo Wolf wearing a number 00 jersey behind rope in front of a line of football players and holding large posters, face down. Two small boys in front of the rope, one smiling to the camera, the other looks at Waldo.
The Grove, 1987, page 3.

Up-close portrait image of the stuffed wolf mascot with teeth bearing.
Lamron2, October 18, 1973, page 5.

Up-close portrait of Wolf, live malamute mix mascot, sitting while looking at the camera.
Western Star, February 21, 1991, page 8.

Up-close portrait of Waldo, WOSC wolf mascot, waving to the camera while wearing a number 00 Jersey with football team in background.
Caption, "Top left: The Rally and Waldo in action. Above: Waldo at his best."
The Grove, 1987, page 27.

Wolf, the live mascot, poses with security guard, Jim Neifert as they make their rounds.
Caption, "Western's Best Friend. New Western Mascot, Wolf, a malamute wolf crossbreed, poses with security guard, Jim Neifert. Wolf was acquired over the…

Photograph of student Sandra Lorenzen next to the stuffed wolf mascot.
The Grove, 1972, page 143.

A 1968 Homecoming lawn decorations in front of the Maaske Hall with a large sign depicting a bank called 'Maaskeville Bank Inc' and in front are cutouts of cowboys and a small sign that reads 'Shoot Cal Western.'
The Grove, 1969, page 31.

Student Sue Butcher, Executive Council Secretary straddles the stuffed wolf mascot on the cart and rides it to her weekly meeting.
The Grove, 1971, page 147.

Group photo of the Eastern Washington State College Track Team with the Stuffed Wolf.
The Invoice for the Stuffed Wolf after the Eastern Washington track team kidnapped the stuffed wolf from the College Center.
OCE Lamron, June 4, 1971, page 1.

"Name Our Team" Poem written by Le Moine Murray. Poem Reads: "Sing a song of nicknames. Which one will you choose? There's Normans, Wolves and Owls, One can win, the rest must lose. Or if you know a better, Just send it in to us; Our football team…

A front facing photo of the stuffed wolf mascot.
OCE Lamron, January 21, 1971, page 5.

Portrait Image of Coach Larry Wolfe with a quote from him underneath. "I believe we can look with a great deal of confidence to the future of athletics in The Oregon Normal School. A splendid spirit of cooperation and sportsmanship has been shown by…

Coach Larry Wolfe's portrait taken from the Lamron reading, "Larry Wolfe, head coach and athletic director of Oregon normal school, who is in his seventh year as mentor of the teams whose title of 'Wolves' have come from his name. Under his…

A black, white and red wood block of a wolf. This was the first time that a wolf as the school mascot appears in a school publication.
The Norm, 1929, page 134b.

Five of the Mascots strike a pose by a line of pompoms in front of Ackerman Hall in 2016.
Photo courtesy of Denise Visuiaño from Public Relations.

Wolfie poses on one knee between a student and a little girl while wearing a red WOU jersey, taken during the 2011 during Premiere Night activities.
Photo courtesy ofStudent Engagement off the Orgsync website.

Waldo Wolfie wearing a grey shirt that says 'Wolves', a white sweat band, and red shorts as he raises both his arms. Waldo is at an event in the lower level of the Werner University Center (WUC) during Premiere Night in 2006.
Photo courtesy of…
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