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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1920)
G. M., Former W. S. C. Star,
New Gym Instructor.
FULL OF OREGON SPIRIT
Will Aid “Shy” In Coaching
Bohler, Washington vs. Itchier, Ore
gon, it will be this year when Oregon
meets W. S. O. in basketball, for F. M.
Bohler-, Oregon’s new assistant instruet
or in the school of physical education I
who is ito assist Shy in rounding the var- j
sity basket tossers into shape when the
training season starts next December, is
a younger brother of “Doe” j. F. Boh
ler. head trainer at W. S. C.
-Mr. Bohler arrived on the campus
last week from the east and comes here
filled with enthusiasm over Oregon’s
prospects for a successful year in ath
letics. His expression of this confidence
in the strength of Oregon’s teams to-be
chrystalizes in his statement that he
considers Oregon “the most desirable
college on the coast” in which to follow
his line of work.
Prominent As Athlete.
If you glance through the files of this
paper for the years 1012 to 1014 yotr
may find that Bohler was prominent dur
ing those years as a cougar athlete not
only in basketball, in which be starred
at guard through three seasons, but also
in football and baseball. lie graduated
from his alma mater in 1014 and since
that time has had experience in the east
as a coach and physical director.
During the recent wiair he held a first
lieutenant’s commission in the regular
•army and after two and a half years
foreign service secured his discharge
last December He was in. the Army of
Occupation and after doing his part of
“Die Wacht Am Rhein” was Iransforred
to Antwerp, the scene of the recent
Olympiad, as Assistant Provost Mar
Has Oregon Spirit.
His enthusiasm over the Lemon-Yel
low’s prospects for the coming year may
be taken as proof that lie lias already
felt the touch of “Oregon Spirit” an
is prophetic for his suecess ' among the
faculty and students at Oregon.
His work for the coming term will in
clude the handling of the men’s gym
classes beside instruction in swimming
POWERS AT INSTITUTE
Assistant Extension Director On East
Alfred Powers, assistant director of
the extension department, is attending
teachers’ institute in I’ralrie City, in
Grant county, Jlurns in Harney county,
end Lakeview in Lake county. As there
are no trains in this part of the state he
will have travel 400 miles by stage.
Mr. Powers expects to return to Eu
gene October 2.
PLANS FOR DEBATING
TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
Intercollegiate and Intramured Forensics
To 3e Encouraged, Professor
Prof. William M. Michael of the de
partment of public speaking, who is the
successor of Prof. Tt. W. Prescott,
states that complete plans for intercol
legiate debate will soon be announced.
The large enrollment in his classes is sin
excellent indication of the interest in de
bate at Oregon, says Prof. Michael. He
expressed the view that interest should
be centered in intercollegiate debate. In
rr.mural debate will be encouraged but,
in his opinion, the quality of work done
in such debates does not as a rule, justify
the giving of University credit.
Professor Michael is a graduate of
the University of .Illinois. He did his
major work in the department Of English
mil took an native part in intercollegiate
debate. He was also active in university
OREGON CLUB GATHERS.
Upperclassmen Appointed as Guides for
“Open House” Groups.
A special meeting of the Oregon Chit
was hold in the Y. M. hut Thursday
evening. It was decided to extend a
cordial invitation to all University mei:
not living in campus organizations t<:
meet with the Oregon Club members
.Saturday evening at 7 :”0 o’clock in tin
Y. SI. hut for the purpose of forminp
groups to visit the various houses whiel
hold open house. Upperclassmen were
appointed to guide the group.
RHODE ISLAND GIRL HERE.
Coming all the way from her home in
Rhode Island to get some of the spirit
for which Oregon is pated, Miss Esther
Wilson, sister of airs. Sun Bass War
ner .has enrolled ns a freshman in the
School of .Music. Miss Warner is study
ing music under Madame Rose Mcfirew.
She is a graduate of Bradford academy,
a preparatory school for girls near Bos
CLASS '24 FOBS
JOIN THE “CO-OP”
PATRONIZE THE “CO-OP”
BOOST THE “CO-OP”
W H Y ?
• It is your store. You profit by it. The “CO-OP”
yus organized and incorporated l>v the students It
is managed under student direction. Students work
tionery—Sporting- Goods—Candy—Used Books.
—Save Your Purchase Slip—
13th and Kincaid Opposite Law School
CLASS '24 FOBS
St. Marys Catholic
11th and Lincoln Sts.
Sunday evening “Uni
versity Sermons” by Fa
ther 0 ’Kara.
Sunday evening, ’Got.
3, 7:30 P. M„ “The Chris
tian Idea of a Universi
ty.” All welcome.
Be Sure to Look in at
Before Arranging for your enter
On the Millrace
to the PUBLIC
, We beg to announce that our bakery department will
soon be installed with the finest electric oven and modern
machinery for the manufacture of the Highest Ck\ss Bak
ery Products. Mr. A. H. Mills, who has 30 years experience
and was late manager for two years of the Meier & Frank
Bakery of Portland, and was the man w ho made their bak
ery products famous throughout the entire coast.
We consider ourselves extremely lucky in securing the ser
vices of Mr. Mills. We are now ready to take orders and
cater to you in the best and most courteous manner possi
ble. If you wish the best bakery products and service, buy
our bakery goods at the Rainbow.
Thanking you for your past patronage, we remain,
Extends a cordial invitation to the faculty and stud
ents of'the U. of 0. to share the privileges of its ser
vices of worship, study and fellowship.
The Church School meets at 10 o’clock. Mrs. Case’s
class for University girls will meet at the manse. Mr.
(Jilfen meets with the University boys in the church
'h# Mi M
Worship at 11 led by the pastor, Mr. Case.
^ espers at o o’clock with an organ program Prof.
Wheeler. Mr. Gil fen will speak on “The Social Pro
gram of the Lord’s Praver.”
1 he C. L. meets at 6 o’clock with a social hour and
luncheon following. \ * a
10th and Pearl Streets