Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 24, 1924, Page 4, Image 4

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    The Sunday
Eight o’Clock
By Bruce J. Qiffen
University Pastor
Text: “Behold your God.” Isaiah
40:9. The prophet was a seer: his
was the vision and faculty divine;
he w’as as well a preacher to his own
day. And the soul of his message
was that he was a herald of God.
The character of God was his only
stronghold. “Say, to the cities of
Judah, behold your God!”
Ts not this the complete and all
sufficient word for each generation?
Goodness is godliness. The root fact
of moral character is, that we think
of God and seek to please him and
grieve over what displeases him.
What is to come to a generation
that “has not God in all its
thoughts?” Must He not be to us
a God above us, as well as a God
within and around us? It is not
enough to feel the mystic presence
that broods in the lonely places of
the world, or to find in flower and
earthworm an exquisite and un
fathomable mystery, or even in the
purposes and progress of humanity
to find “the God of things as they
are.” This is a subtle and capti
vating doctrine. But it is not
enough. If we completely identify
the Almighty with his world, are
we not in danger of being traitors
to tomorrow? We shall cease to
have a God who is a person, one to
whom his children can speak. In
the deepest experiences of life,
one’s “soul thirsteth for the living
God.” Says George Morrison, “You
-I 'm to bring God within my very
ri'iisp, if yeu say His life is in the
violet, and His presence interfused
with the light of sotting suns, but
if that be alll, things, whatever
their essence, can never enter
through the portals of the heart.”
You can admire the wonders of cre
ation, but you cannot cry to it,
“Father, I have sinned.” Slip the
anchor of a personal God, sovereign
and transcendant, and you slip the
anchor df accountability.
Yon may reply, I have conscience
left. But conscience is not simple.
It needs to be trained. Nurtured
through ages in the belief in a God
above, it may respond for a time to
the calling of a faith that is now
disowned. But the day will $omo
when conscience will fail, if it is
not fed. And, instead of heeding
the imperatives of right and duty,
we shall be mouthing such phrases
as, “The vanquished party always
deserves to be vanquished.”
“Behold your God. lie sits above
1 circle of the earth, and tho in
habitants thereof aro as grasshop
pers. He measures the ocoans in
the hollow of his hand, and
stretches out the heavens as a cur
tain. He gathers the lambs in his
arms.”
Renee Chemet and
Rare Old Violin
—— •
(Continued from page one)
low tone, rich and powerful. Only
the finest wood' was used; and the
■varnish was a rich dark red of high
est quality.
la those days, secrets of varnish
making and formulas were most
jealously guarded, and extreme care
was taken in its preparation. If
is for that reason that, in the set
tling of the years, these violins
have become more and 'more rich
and mellow. And Maud Cowell’s
Guadngnini was made in those olden
times, when violin making was an
;.rt and not commercialism; when
violins were made with loving care
to last through centuries.
Thus the Chemet concert will be
of interest not only because of the
artist and the woman, but also be
cause of the precious violin, and
the wealth of romance it calls to
mind.
Idaho Hoopers Are
Victors Over Varsity
(Continued from page one)
The locals did not play their hard
est, as they were under instructions
to save themselves as much as pos
sible for the big game against the
Vandals,
Oregon took the lead early in the
game and from that time on it was
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F-12-15
only a question of the score. The
locals ran up a score of 25 to 9 in
the first half and allowed their op
ponents only three field baskets.
The team showed greatly the effect
j of the loss of Shafer, who had been
an ever consistent aid both on the
offense and defense. Rockhey filled
in at guard and tried hard, but
could not work into the teamwork
as well as reliable “Jake.” King
substituted for Hobson and played
good ball while he was in. He will
probably be needed a great deal
from now on as Oregon has a very
strenuous schedule ahead.
The lineup and scores were:
Oregon 41 Whitman 15
Gowans 6 .F. 7 York
Hobson 8 ..F. 0 Fry
Latham 24 .C. 4 Yenney
j Gdlleriwaters 1 .G. 2 Kent
Hpijihey 2 .G. 0 Douglas
Substitutions: Oregon: King for
Hobson, .Tost for Rockhey; Whit
j man, Garret, 2, for Douglas.
Referee: Coleman, O. A. C.
Wilson Coaches
Football Team
Woodrow Wilson at one stage of
his career was a football coach.
While he was professor of history
and political economy at Wesleyan
university, ho served as football men
tor, and in the years from 1888 to
1890 turned out two of the most
successful teams the college has ever
had.
He invented a now system of of
fensive plays which revolutionized
coaching methods of the time. These
were subsequently adopted by every
tedm in the country.
One of the most interesting stories
told of Wilson was tho one about his
saving his team from defeat by Le
high in 1899. The Wesleyan defense
was battered to pieces; disastrous de
feat was threatened. Suddenly Wil
son appeared in the grandstand and
exhorted tho despondent rooters to
give a real cheer. The team respond
ed,- and tied the score as the last
whistle blew.
INTER-FRATERNITY
ATHLETICS ABOLISHED
Inter-fraternity athletics have
been abolished at tho University
of Montana. All cups and trophies
have been scrapped. It is hoped
that this will abolish soino of the
bitter feelings which exist among
the fraternities.
RAINIER COAL CO.
for High Grade
Coal and Briquets
15 East 7th Avenue '
Phone 412
Kanshi Ram Is
Indian Mystic
Ex-University Student;
Is in Tennessee
LOOK! WHO IS HERE?
The Great KANSHI RAM
HINDU MAGICIAN AND
MIND READER
Not here, but in Lebanon, Tennes
see. The above are the first few lines
of a bill announcing an entertain
ment by a former Oregon student who
is now attending Cumberland univer
sity in that city. Mr. Ram, who
comes from India, was a student here
last year, majoring in the school of
journalism.
Tn a letter recently received on
the campus he explains the entertain
ments this way: “Since I came from
“the Land of Mystery and Charm I:
did not know if there is anything in j
me that would sustain and uphold j
the reputation of my Motherland. |
Only recently I thought of getting a |
few magical articles and trying here [
in the South. On the first of Feb
ruary I gave a magical performance
and mind reading act before the uni
versity and city folks.
“I don’t know what words to use
but I do say that the show was a
great success. My performance was
the talk of the city people, students
and the country people; the local pa
pers wrote long articles on what a
'wonderful performance I gave.
“The theatre managers have* en
couraged me to go on a magic circuit
during the summer vacations. The
southern states are asking me to come
down south while the New England
states have asked me to come up
north. The chances are that I might
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Means much to us and
to you. Try our deli
cious bread at your
evening meal and we’ll
be sure of having won
another patron.
,NN\vl\mas'
ButterKrustl
EXPERT
SHOE SHINING
For a number of years we have
been the students’ headquarters
for shoe shining. We clean, dye
and shing any color shoes. Or
ders for repairing taken.
REX SHOE SHINING PARLOR
(Next Rex Theatre)
go to the New England states be
cause these states are thickly populat
ed and secondly there are lots of sum
mer resorts up there.
“Sometime in the future I may
plan to come to Oregon on a magic
circuit as I am longing for Oregon
and my Oregon friends.
“I wish I had known I could play
magic so dexterously while I was in
Oregon and thus entertained my
friends, but there perhaps the stim
ulus was lacking and the object of
the hidden force was not set in mo
tion.”
COLORADO FOOTBALL MEN
FORFEIT LETTERS
Colorado State Agricultural College
—At the Colorado State Agricultural I
college it was disclosed that all but
three of the men awarded football
letters had broken training during
the season. The men admitted the
charges, and apologized, but their let
ters were forfeited, nevertheless.
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