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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1929)
ril* Physical Education
Alumni on Stall’s of
Schools Along Coast
Prink Callison Outstanding
Among* IVIcnIors of Slate
Til fill f'llt'f />!’ 1 In* 1 II i Vt'l'si I y of
Oregon st* 1 tool of pitysit';t I oiluc.'iI inn
js if*n<‘cft»d otu vomitf .‘IIlil(*los hy
aiuuini now loaoh
fiig or conchinjr in
Schools ; 111«|
polloges in widely
Separated |»:i rI s of
the country. W hile
a few of 1 hose
wore nol majors
in physical edu
cation, they all
lm vo o 1) f. a i nod
norms at Oregon.
Most of this prog
ross li as I) o e n
made in llio Iasi; f^ven years, as the
f i i s t. tim i! to graduate in this school
were in the Hass vf 1H22.
One of the outstaViding graduates
was Henry \f. "Paste*, ’2t. After a
colorful track career jjI Oregon, he
graduated and then obtained his
master’s degree ;it Columbia, uni
versity. He is now at I Hie Univer
sity of Washington \vhe»V tie has
]»een liead of tin* physical educa
lion department, for three 'years.
Oberteuffer at Columbia
Another Oregon graduate who
was known as a track star is Jhd
bert Oberteuffer, ’22. lie is a man
lier of the faculty and is at present
on leave of absence studying at Col
1 nin)>i;i university. Among the other'
alumni on tin* faculty are Karl i
“Spike” Leslie, coach of frosli foot-i
ball, basketball and baseball, and I
lli 11 Reinhart, varsity mentor in
basketball and baseball. Reinhart;
is repuled to be one of the best
basketball coaches on the coast.
Another Oregon graduate is Hilbert
Jlermance, who won his fame in
Iraek. Resides teaching here he is
studying summers at Columbia uni-|
versity, where he will get a master’s ,
degree in two more years.
One of the players on Hugo He/- |
dek \s famous football learns was
James (’osmiumn. He is now coach
ing football and is director of physi
cal education in Woodland, Cali
Will in in A. nm-Niiy uas giwn "U
baseball, in which lie was a three
year letterman, ami is I (‘aching
physical «m1 iu*a 1 ion in Los Angelas.
Cr.amlet in Michigan
In ono of tho most up-to-date high
schools in tho country, situated in t
.7 ron wood, M ichigan, Tort Cramlot is
in charge of all gymnasium work.
Ono of tho well known majors
■was Howard Hobson, baseball and
basketball lelterman. lie is now
studying at. Columbia university.
Down at lb S. (there is Llovd
Webster who is in charge of all
gymnasium work. Webster was
graduated from Oregon in ’2i*. The
southern colleges claimed another
man when Don Parke, b'b, was
made instructor of physical educa
tion in P. (L. A. Perry Davis,
who was a lot I orman in both wrest
ling and swimming, is physical edu
cation instructor in Columbia col
lege, a branch of Columbia univer
Louie Anderson at Salem
The teams of Salem high school,
which rate high in the state, are
the product of an Oregon graduate.
Louis Anderson, Tb, is in charge of
track, basketball, and football. The
athletics of Lakeview, Oregon, are
directed b\ Poland P.elshaw, gradu
ated in T'b. Homer Dixon, football
letterinan, is at Independence teach
iug the young men what he learned
in McMinnville (leorge Allison is
in charge* of athletics and physical
education. Another town in this
THEY ALL SAY IT S
A GREAT PICTURE
1 sfnt e Umt claims an Oregon gradu
: nlo. as its coach is Butte Balls.
; Hern Kiigene Kichmoml directs atli
DWight French coaches athletics
land teaches physical education in
the RAvn nf Klamath Falls. Bale
I [ekes and Carl Rice are coaches re
I sportively in Clntsknnie and I.cb
anon. " _ A
Prink Callison Has Winners
Medford’s learrSs, which have won
many state titles,'.are the product of
Prink Callison, Oregon, graduate.
Callison played on the fumoiiH foot
ball teams of Shy Ifunlington and
is now reputed to lie one of the
lies! high school coaches in the
stale. Another famous Welifoot,
i is Bill Steers. After he obtains his
master’s degree, for which lie is
now working, lie will probably re
turn In coaching.
Clarence Toole is in charge of
physical education in Porterville,
California and Claude Crumb holds
a like position in Marshall college,
Huntington, West Virginia.
Some other towns in the state
j which have Webfoot eoaeJies are
Astoria, .Tolln Warren; Seaside, Carl
Knudson; J’rineville, Slicrm Smith;
Ashland, .Tack Bliss; Cottage Grove,
Bert Kerns; Klamath Falls, Albert.
Sinclair; Wallowa, Charles' Dawson;
Silvcrton, .Terry Gunther; and JT11
gene, lek Reynolds.
Library Adds Many
Hooks by European
A at inns to Kent Shelf
Many 1 rnnslatinns from Thirtopean
nuf liars fii'c numbered among Hip
7 1 volumes llml lmvo Iippii adde*l to
flip library renl. shelf s'iiipp the First
of January. Among Hipso fire tra.ns
llalions from Herman, “The Mini!
j I’rol'essor,” by Hermann Rudcx
I maim, and the “Case of Sergeant
Hrischa,” by Arnold Zweig.
Other nfw books are “Hood Morn
ing America,” containing Carl Sand
burg's latest, jniems, Robinson Jef
fers’ “Cawdor,” “The Unintentional
f.'harm of Men,” by Francis L.
\V,artier, and a Scandinavian trans
lation, “The Women at the Pump,”
by .Knot Hamsun.
As soon as a book pays for itself
it is placed in the main library for
public use. On most of the rent
books a charge of five cents a day
is made, but some of them rent for
25 cents for two weeks.
The policy, as explained by Mrs.
McClain, is to make the popular
light fiction books pay for the
mine expensive sctnilarly and tech
nical ones. A rrirent addition,
'■ Abraham Lincoln,” i\ii two volumes,
bv Albert .1. Beveridge, cost $12.50.
Roy ( ) kerb erg Leads
In Basketball on Bay
Bov Okerberg, star center on the
Oregon basketball teams of 1925,
’2(1, and ’27, is a member of the
Rossi and company basketball team
in (lie independent league at San
Francisco. Okerberg is one of the
leading scorers in the Bay. region,
and recently led his team to a vic
tory over the ylympic clutb of San
Francisco. Okerberg twice won all
coast selection while playing for the
Swim Meet With
Set for Tuesday |
Official O. K. Allows Trial
Al World Medley Relay
Mark in Oregon Pool
When Northwestern university,
of Evenston, ill., swims against '
1 lie varsity mormon here next Tues-1
report! may )»o
broken. Tlio med
ley relay looms
of North western
nod tlio Overran
frosli lia ve re
o e i v o (1 official
sanction for tin
at tempi; at il,o
.‘too yard modloy
record /in 1 he
moot horn. The [
result will not j
count, in the score
of Hip meet since Hip 1 rosn cannot;
compete with the varsity but this j
event should prove one of the best
of the affair.
The three Oregon freshmen who
will compete in the relay event are
Tommy Blankenburg. McGowan
Miller, and’ Frank Walton. Oppos
ing them will be Eddie Lennox,
Dick Hindi, and Al Schwartz,
Northwestern slurs. Blankenburg
and Lennox will swim breast
stroke, Hindi and Walton, back
stroke, and Miller and Sehwarlz
will compete in the free style third
of Ihe race.
National Diver Coming
Besides the three luminaries men
tioned, coach Tom Robinson, of j
Northwestern, is bringing five more
men of unusual ability. Foremost
among thorn is Wally C'olbath, na-1
tioml intercollegiate diving chain-1
pion and member of the 1928 Olym- !
pie team. Others are Doa Peter-j
son, Mark Wicks, and Bill Codovo,
free style swimmers, and Omar j
The eight men mentioned also ;
make np what is supposed to be i
ode of the strongest water polo
teams in the country. They have
not been defeated in throe years of j
collegiate competitions and tied last]
year with Stanford university for
the intercollegiate national eliam-1
Frosh and Varsity Chosen
In order to make np a team cap
aide of competing wit.li the North
western water polo players, Coach
Edward Abercrombie will combine
the best talent of his freshman
Snap up your appearance ■
at the 1|
“The Shop of an
Oregon Dad” i
Next to Oregana <i|
. ■» a - «■ !
The Oregon Service' Station is a service for Oregon
students. Conveniently located close to tlie campus
on the corner of 11th and llilyard.
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EASTERN AND WESTERN OILS
OREGON SERVICE STATION
Corner of lltli and Hilyard
Rent a Car
Coupe or Sedan
We have a number of differ
ent make coupes and sedans
for your comfort and con
venience during this cold win
try weather. Our rates are
very reasonable and warrant
Day or Night
Taylor’s Auto Rental
iml varsity squads. Probable mem
l<f:rs of the Oregon team will lie
l-’rank Walton, McGowan Millar,
and Hal Edwards, freshmen, and
lotinny Anderson, Chuck Silverman,
Wig Fletcher, Harold Hatton, and
1 'llr-t Floyd, varsity.
All of Dm members of tlm varsity
on Die polo team will compete in
Die swimming events. Ollier mem
bers of Die probable lineup against
Northwestern will be Johnny
Creech, •140-yard free style; Bill
flillette, backstroke; Bob MeAIpin,
backstroke; Jim Sharp, breast
droke anil free style; John Allen,
Second only in importance eon- !
mining swimming wilhin the next;
week is the Oregon Stale meet this !
“Saturday afternoon at .'I o’clock.
The Oregon team is a probable win
ner but some close competition is
■expected in several events.
Reserved seat tickets for the
Northwestern meet will be on sale!
until (i o’clock Tuesday evening.
The pasteboards are at Die Co-op,
tie A. S. [1. O. office and at Obak’s.
Ba eli el onion announces the plodg
ng of Lincoln Constance of Eugene.
Stands at Ton Souls
The roll fall at the infirmary
boasts of only five of its vaunted
colds today. However, its three
tnnsilitis eases, ils infection, and its
flu manage to keep the census at
Ij. Benito, Eleanor Welcome,
Weldon Hyatt, and Dorothy Kirk
are still nursing their colds and:
waiting for release. Harry Schenk, j
freshman in journalism, swells the I
list of colds to five. The two old 1
cases of tonsilitis are Lnrna Raney I
and Harold Norton, and the new I
one is that, of Harper Barnard, !
.junior in business administration. !
.Aarno T’ompel is still confined with I
the flu, and Margaret Frey has an
Coach Josl Enrolling
In Flying School Soon
Hilaries dost, assistant coach of
the University of Oregon basket
ball team, leaves Kugene March 1
to enroll as a United States flving
cadet at March Field, Riverside,
California. .Tost, will be with the
b " 1
j Fit for a King or
j An Oregon Student
I and pies
that we make ourselves
1 Good—and how!
Pastries Which Melt
In Your Mouth—
Delicious cronm rolls, bolter horns, cream puffs
and palm leaves are specialties of ours. And if
you’ve never tried a palm leaf you certainly have
missed a treat.
As far as any other kind of bakery goods is
concerned, we make it. •Doughnuts, macaroons,
cinnamon rolls, buns, lady fingers, nut wafers,
cookies, are all turned out in our ovens.
Your special bakery order to fulfill any motif
can be easily obtained here. We’ll help you plan
your refreshments if you are in doubt.
WE MAKE PUNCH
Complete Grocery Line
112 E. Broadway
New Spring Suits
Snappy models | I
ated shoulders and
narrow hips. New
tan and gray ||
shades, peak o r
suits or Norfolk
almost daily. Drop
in and get the ‘low
down’ on new Bi
spring wearing ap
Suits with Knickers to match
and two-trouser suits as low as
Oregon team until after llie final
conference game of the season here
against Washington, February 22.
.lost is a former Oregon hoop star,
playing guard on the team 'which
won the northwest title in 1921).
Seven Cadets to Wear
Shining New Sabers
Seven more sabers and 1" more
saber chains will be obtained soon
for the military department, ac
cording to Major J<\ E. Barker, of
Id 8th Ave. W.
DR. L. L. BAKER
1209 Pearl Street
Try a carton of our
Only pure creamery butter
Groceries and Luncheon
790 East lltli Ave.
You will find a large assort
ment of colors and materials
for decorating. Just what yoij
will need for that dance.
i PAINTS ART GOODS I
I ARTIST SUPPLIES 1
| 55 W. Broadway Phone 749 ■
the K. O. T. C. unit. TIic sabers
an(J chains will be used to complete
the equipment, of the senior officers,
and will be worn during Lhe. entire
spring form while the itipti ni'<* in
the field. About 2"> men will wear
LAST TIMES TODAY
Town's b_ .
TONIGHT AT 0:15
A GREAT NEW
GO NOW! TODAY!
No. I 57X and 154X
Always before $1.95
On sale now at
The famous Kayser Hose
with the slipper heel and
also the half heel. New