Henry "Hank" Hartley started four years in football and basketball and was all-Northwest Conference in both sports as a senior- the year the Conference was started. He made the first basked in WU's old gym as a freshman during the 1923-24 season and scored 35 points one game verus Linfield. Hartley also held the schoolís high jump record of 5-10 1/2 for 25 years. After college, Hartley coached for nine years- seven in Coquille. He later became superintendent and principal at Bandon and Nyssa high school before winding up his career as North Bend superintendent for 16 years- retiring in 1970. He won national attention while at Nyssa for developing a combination baseball diamond, football field and track and field athletic complex.