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Ebe' School of Ullebicine
The Medical llepartment of the University oil? Oregon is located at the
corner of Twenty-third and Lovejoy Streets. l'ortland. convenient to the Good
Samaritan and St. 'Vincent Hospitals. This coincidence serves ns a distinct
advantage since all Oregon llledics are allowed to assist in operations and are
given certain precedeuee when the graduate iuternes are appointed at eaeh
Clinics are also conducted regularly at the Multnomah County llospital
where a diversity of eases is met with.
The Out Patient Clinic, now removed to the business district. has been ol'
great value to the department. During the year, over 3000 medical and surgi-
cal cases have been given free treatment by students under direet 'lfaeulty
The Oregon Medical School is now rated as "Class AH in the American.
Association of Medical Colleges and by nse of the recent legislative appropri-
ation a still 'Further improvement in the faculty and laboratory equipment is
eontemplated. Two professors have already been added.-aone in the Depart-
ment of Anatomy and another in the llepartment ol? Pllysiology.
The Merlie Student Body now numbers less than one hundred. due to 1he
recent increase made in the entrance requirements.
.Plans are being formulated for the organization ol' an Alumni Assoeialioii
which. it is believed, will materially extend the inflnenee of the insiilnfion.
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Ifllebic Stubent Officers
President, Albert Mount 'l'l'C8Slll'0l', L. XV. Brooke
Secretary, Miss M. Leona .Iac-oh
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'forensics f-TA Eribute emo Ytesume
Within the short space of two years, no man has ever done more for
debate and oratory, at Oregon, than our present debating coach,--Instructor
Gustave W. Buehen. Fresh from his laurels achieved in debate and student
affairs at the University of VViseonsin, Mr. Buchen came to Oregon University
when forensics were at their lowest ebb. The year prior to his arrival we lost
every contest in debate and oratory. But the Badger man did not lose heart.
He immediately "got busy" and he has been working steadily and faithfully
ever since. His unique courses in extempore and public speech and in parlia-
mentary law have been among the most practical in the entire University cur-
riculum. And it was there that our prize orators and debaters gained their
powers of analysis and their winning stage presence.
When a. coach can outline both sides of a question and drill his men to
Win consistently on negative and affirnlative alike, the value of debate instruc-
tion is elearly demonstrated.
In arguing the Federal Charter question last year, our affirmative team
won from the University of Washington and our negative team outpointed
both Utah and Idaho. Orator Rounds lost the State Oratorieal contest by a
fraction of a point and our first co-ed. team, supporting the negative of the
l7ostal Savings Bank issue, dropped a 2 to l decision to Washington.
Thus far this year Oregon's representatives have been winners in every
CO1ll.CSt,'-SlDCIICOI' won the State Oratoricalg and our affirmative and negative
teams out-talked Washington and Stanford, respectively, in arguing the Ship
Subsidy question. We have yet to meet Utah in inter-collegiate debate. Wash-
ington in co-ed debate, and Robison has yet to orate in the inter-state contest.
From this brief resume it may be seen that Oregon's standing in forensics
is higher than it has been since the days of Coach Brindley, when, 119071,
Veatch and Galloway won the championship of the eight western states.
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