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A DMINISTRATIVE Faces in the Club

Terry Shanley is one of two recent additions to the club’s Wall of Fame. Shanley was the Canadian national open championships in Greco Roman wrestling in the 90 kilogram (198 pounds) weight class in Vancouver, B.C., in March 1975. During a brain- storming session between Carol Robertson, member of the Athletic Committee and chair of the awards and recognition subcommittee, and Assistant Athletic Director Pete Greer, Shanley’s name was raised as a possible candidate for recognition in the Gallery of Champions. When the two looked into Shanley’s competition history, they realized his success earned him a spot on the prestigious Wall of Fame. Although athletes who qualify for the wall are typically nominated by a sport committee, Shanley’s name had fallen through the cracks in the absence of a wrestling-related subcommittee.

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David Harding was recently added to the Gallery of Champions for his running accom- plishments at the United States Track and Field national masters track meet in 2001. Now 50 years old, Harding competed in the recent MAC Mile and ran a 5:18.6 mile. His athletic interests expand to numerous other sports. He is currently training with the MAC triathlon group in preparation for his second triathlon, and is on a MAC senior mixed doubles tennis team. He also competes in speedgolf tourna- ments, in which a golfer takes a few clubs and runs the course; the person’s 18-hole score and time determines the overall performance.

Handball player Jay Maxwell is also a recent addition to the club’s Gallery of Champions. Maxwell placed first in the diamond masters B (70-plus) division at the USHA national four-wall championships in June 2009. He has devoted more than 50 years to playing the sport, and played an important role in welcoming the World Handball Championships to the club in October 2009. Maxwell’s career as a certified public accoun- tant has spanned more than five decades as well, most recently at Maxwell Hesse Group, where he continues to provide accounting services for select business.

Peter Richter is the 2010 recipient of the Federal Bar Association Annual Judge James Burns Award, which is given to a member lawyer who has contributed to the advancement of the Oregon Federal District Court. The award was given primarily for Richter’s advocacy teaching during the past 28 years to members of the state and federal bar, and for his role as co-founder of the Oregon State Bar Trial Advocacy College, which is held for the 11th year in the Mark O. Hatfield District Courthouse. Richter’s 23 years of teaching trial advocacy at Lewis and Clark Law School also contributed to his selection.

Dylan Reid has won first-place medals at numerous USA Racquetball junior nationals, thus earning him a spot in the club’s Gallery of Champions. Recently, Reid placed third in boys 18 at the national champion- ships in Minneapolis. Although he was in the down year of the two-year age division, he pulled big upsets by beating a hometown favorite in the quar- terfinals, and winning the third-place match in straight games over a tough contender from New York. Reid hopes to continue playing racquetball at Washington University in St. Louis, where he plans to major in biomedical engineering.

Billy Wainwright has been added to the Gallery of Champions in honor of his racquetball victories at the USAR high school nationals in 2008. Wainwright is currently attending Linfield College, seeking an undergraduate degree in international business. His success in school led him to a summer finance intern posi- tion at Oregon Mutual Insurance Co. Although Wainwright took off time from racquetball to focus on his studies, he has been involved in a variety of intramural sports. He recently picked up the racket again and hopes his junior year brings more time to get back into tournament shape.

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