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Standing outside Oglebay Hall.
Three unidentified students observe the U.S.S. West Virginia mast.
With assistance from members of Alpha Phi Omega, a service fraternity, Joe Gluck helps unpack the bell of battle cruiser West Virginia:  Doug Ritchey (left); John Liston (right); Dan Blosser (third from left).
West Virginia University President James G. Harlow (left) and Naval Reserve Captain Marlyn E. Lugar are shown at dedication ceremonies for the bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia. In the background is Woodburn Hall and Chitwood Hall.
WVU President James G. Harlow speaks at dedication ceremony of the bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia. Oglebay Hall is pictured in the background.
'Dec. 7, 1967 ceremony dedicating the mast of armored cruiser 'U.S.S. West Virginia.'
'Rev. Joe Gluck speaks at Dec. 7, 1967 dedication ceremonies for the bell from the armored cruiser 'U.S.S. West Virginia.'  Two other main speakers are shown seated in the first row: WVU President James B. Harlow (second from left) and Naval Reserve Captain Marlyn E. Lugar (third from left).
The bell from the armored cruiser and battleship U.S.S. West Virginia, which was dedicated in a ceremony.
Lugar and Harlow stand behind a podium as they address the crowd at the dedication ceremony.
A group of men and women are gathered on the plaza during the dedication celebration.
A man places a wreath beside the mast of the U.S.S. West Virginia.
Shown here are two wreaths placed at the bottom of Mast in Memorial Plaza.  One wreath has 'A Tribute to President Kennedy from Foreign Students WVU'.