OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1931






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Absence, Leaves of (See Leaves of Absence)
Accreditation of normal schools; 69, 87
Ackerman Student Loan Fund, ONS, transfer of $1,000 to, from dormitory fund, denied; 178
Activity, free, building, erection of at SONS; 1
Administration Building, UO, budget addition for remodeling; 139
Administration of ONS:

Communication from Governor re; 223, 224, 225
Report of Board Committee on; 111, 112, 113, 114, 115

Administration, Unified (See Unification Program)
Admission, out-of-state students, recommendations re adopted; 63
Admission requirements, Medical School, published; 35
Advertising and publicity:

General:

All institutions; 4, 107, 108, 211
Criticisms re printing of cigarette ads; 95
Recommendations re policy adopted; 64

College:

Catalog; 4
Bankers' Agricultural Course; 148
Child Development and Parent Education Conference; 148
Canners' School; 140
Entrance information; 164
Farm Science Short Course; 143
Grange Lecturers' School; 148
Loan Fund; 164
Rural Electric Service Men's School; 140
State Fair bulletin, publicity in denied; 170
Summer Sessions; 33, 34, 35, 108, 127, 143, 148, 150, 164
Welding Conference; 143

Correspondence Courses; 127
Eastern Oregon Normal School, summer session; 170
General Extension; 214, 222
Medical School, admission requirements published; 35
Normal Schools, general; 167
Oregon Normal School:

Catalog; 35
Educational Conference; 167

Reading Circle, Oregon State Teachers; 107, 147, 222
Southern Oregon Normal School, summer session; 167
University:

General; 4, 211, 222
High School Commencement List; 166
High School Debaters' League handbook; 231
Mothers' Day; 34
Summer Sessions; 5, 6, 34, 147, 148, 150, 154, 165, 166
Summer Session cruises; 5, 6, 147

Agreement with Oregon Alumni Holding Company re salary of B. B. Barker; 31, 94, 116
Agreements, custodial, between Board and parents of certain infants, College; 3
Agricultural Experiment Station (See Experiment Station)
Agricultural organizations, communications from; 7, 36, 81, 134
Agricultural short course for bankers, publicity; 148
Agriculture:

Dean of appointed; 105
Retirement of Dean Cordley; 198
State Board of, proposed establishment; 7

Alcohol, tax-free, use of at College; 225
Alumni:

Activities subsidization; 72, 97, 118, 119
Agreement with Oregon Holding Company, re salary of B.B. Barker; 31, 94, 116
Secretary, UO, reappointment denied; 194

American Ass'n of University Professors, UO, offer of advice; 133
Appointments:

Board Committee; 79, 135, 136, 155
College; 2, 20, 105, 106, 121, 122, 124, 125, 146, 149, 150, 163, 194, 195, 220
Eastern Oregon Normal School; 106, 169, 177, 207, 220, 221
Experiment Station, College; 214
Extension, College; 163
Medical School; 125, 126, 214
Oregon Normal School; 21, 22, 23, 24, 106, 126, 137, 177, 205, 206, 207, 220
Oregon Normal School, trustee for building fund; 164
Southern Oregon Normal School; 24, 25, 210, 229
University of Oregon; 73, 76, 101-104, 123, 138, 169, 183, 184, 186-193, 216-219
University High School; 163, 185

Appropriation:

For higher education, resolution re referendum on; 36
Special legislative, requested for property improvements; 143
University, request to legislature for additional, denied by Board; 6

Architect:

Appointment of to draw EONS training schools plans, action deferred; 32
UO Art Museum, payment for extra services; 145

Architecture, Ion Lewis Fellowship in:

Award of; 212
Election of Managing Committee; 36

Art Appreciation Survey, UO, appointment; 21
Art Museum (See Museum)
Art School, at University; 71
Arts, Industrial, at College; 71
Assets of Elizabeth H. Harmon Estate, pledging of as security, disapproved; 4
Ass'n of Governing Boards, dues paid to; 100
Associated Students Fee, addition to:

Eastern Oregon Normal School; 164
Southern Oregon Normal School; 164

Attorney-General:

Opinion re:

Lease of Experiment Station lands; 170
Out-of-state travel on non-state funds; 77, 85
Sale of Old State Normal Grounds at Ashland; 3

Representative for Board re property rights; 123

Audit, annual, to be made by office of Secretary of State; 142
Award:

Ion Lewis Fellowship in Architecture, UO; 212
Oregon Normal School, to best woman student; 175

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Band contests, referred to high school contacts committee; 134
Bankers' Agricultural Course, College, publicity on; 148
Barn, removal of, College Experiment Station property; 215
Berry growers, gift to College for study of mites; 169
Biology, consolidation of Animal and Plant departments, UO; 211
Board:

Claims approved; 1, 20, 97, 124, 127, 141, 145, 154, 162, 168, 172, 176, 179, 191, 216, 228
Committee appointments:

Special committees; 59, 69, 84, 135
Standing committees; 79, 135, 155

Committee appointees, traveling expenses of; 136
Expense, budget transfer from UO funds; 31, 139
Officers, elected; 97
Offices:

Additional space at Salem; 178
Business office, single, to be established; 79
Redecorating, claims submitted by Secretary of State; 1
Transfer of Mr. Comrie to; 56

Policies:

Admissions, publications and related subjects; 61
Course adjustments to be fair to all institutions; 68
Library system, single, formulation of requested; 73
Organization of single, unified system, resolution re; 70, 71
Out-of-state travel, uniform; 73, 127-132
Sabbatical leaves, uniform; 77, 107, 215
Speaking activities of faculty members; 107

Reply to Governor's message re unification program; 54, 55
Report of Committees (See Reports)
Resolutions:

Appreciation of Aubrey R. Watzek; 18
Course adjustments at UO and OSC to be fair to both, for press; 68
Death of W. C. Bryant; 38
Message from Governor re unification and retrenchment; 17
Post mortem salary payments to estate of M.J. Mueller; 212
Referendum on appropriation for higher education; 36
Retirement of J.A. Bexell; 200, 201
Retirement of A.B. Cordley; 198, 199
Retirement of J.T. Jardine; 202, 203
Retirement of Dr. Sweetser; 80
Unified administration of institutions; 70, 71

Statement to press re House Bill No. 408; 156-160

Board of Agriculture, State proposed establishment; 7
Board of Control, rejection of claims; 170
Bond, blanket, to cover all employees handling funds; 4
Bonding of assessments, UO property; 173
Bonds, Eastern Oregon Normal Training School:

Issuance of; 111
Sale of; 227

Bonds, surety, to be furnished by banks in which Board funds are deposited; 119
Briefs by presidents re unification program and reorganization:

College and University; 37, 50, 56, 58
Normal schools; 37, 49, 50, 56

Budget, State System:

Adjustments within classifications authorized; 122
Current fiscal year approved; 100
Governor's message re retrenchment; 8-17, 29, 39
Reallocation of unexpended balances; 95
Reductions:

All institutions, report on requested; 78
Allocation of, Finance Committee report; 88-90

Budgets:

Board expenses:

Condition of, report of Finance Committee; 117
Transfer from UO funds; 36, 139

Branch Experiment Stations; 3
College:

Forestry, School of, transfer; 121
Soils Department, transfer; 122
Transfers to meet unpaid requisitions; 122

Extension, Federal Cooperative; 92, 174, 178
Medical School:

Out-Patient Clinic and Free Dispensary, reduction contemplated; 98
Transfers; 121

Portland Public library, addition from UO unappropriated balance; 139
Self-sustaining projects, recommendations re adopted; 67
Southern Oregon Normal School, transfers; 121, 122
University:

Administration Building addition for remodeling; 139
Committee on College Teaching, addition; 139
Crime Survey, transfer; 121
Geology Department, addition; 121
Library, transfers; 121
Out-of-state travel, from unappropriated fund balance; 28
Personnel Administration, addition denied; 3
Physical Education, School of, addition; 139
Summer Sessions, approved; 123
Women's Gymnasium, addition for remodeling; 140

Building Committee report; 110, 111
Building fund, ONS, appointment of trustee; 164
Business Administration, School of, at University; 72, 74
Business Office of Board:

Claim of Mr. Comrie for moving household goods; 222
Transfer of Mr. Comrie to; 56
Single, to be established; 79

Butter and Ice Cream Makers Ass'n, Oregon, communication from; 36

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Campus Preservation and Expansion Committee of Oregon Dads, report; 6
Capital Outlay items, UO campus, plans and estimates for; 7
Carnegie Corporation gift:

Course additions in appreciation of music at UO; 33
Teaching artistic appreciation; 147

Carnegie Foundation, UO formally associated with; 139
Catalog copy, to be submitted to Board; 4
Certification of teachers for small high schools; 72, 99
Chemistry Engineering Laboratory, College, improvement of; 138
Child Development and Parent Education Conference, College, Publicity for; 148
Child Guidance Clinic, Medical School, funds for received from Vestal Fund of School Board of Portland; 125
Cigarette ads, criticisms re; 95
Claims approved:

Board's Office; 20, 97, 124, 137, 141, 145, 154, 162, 168, 172, 176, 179, 181, 216, 228
Eastern Oregon Normal School; 20, 137, 141, 145, 149, 154, 162, 168, 172, 176, 179
Oregon Normal School; 20, 137, 141, 145, 149, 154, 162, 168, 172, 176, 179
Southern Oregon Normal School; 20, 137, 145, 149, 154, 162, 168, 172, 176, 179
Survey Commission; 145, 168

Claim of Mr. Comrie for moving household goods; 222
Claim of Dean Rebec; 229
Claim of Secretary of State for redecoration Board's offices; 1
Claim of I.K. Tuerck for $700.00; 226
Claims, rejection of by Board of Control; 170
Class memorial, 1931 and 1932, College, construction of; 174
Clinic Building, Medical School, additions authorized; 110
Code of rules, Secretary to formulate; 97
College, advertising and publicity (See advertising)
College, appointments (See appointments)
College:

Brief by presidents OSC and UO re unification program; 50, 56
Budget (See Budgets)
Candidates for degrees approved; 174
Changes in status, personnel; 220
Committee to consider military training at; 33
Construction of memorial, classes of 1931 and 1932; 174
Custodial agreements between Board and parents of infants; 3
Deposits, securities for; 174
Experiment Station, removal of barn; 215
Faculty members, visits to legislature; 144
Farm Science Short Course, expenditure for speaker; 142
Fellowship, F. E. Booth, for poultry nutrition study; 228
Gift:

From berry growers for study of mites; 169
Lee Estate bequest of $1,00; 174
From Mary L. McDonald, "The McDonald Forest" ; 133

Greenhouse units approved; 2
Honorary degrees; 73
Industrial Arts; 71
Industrial Journalism Department; 71
Lease of land in Jackson County for experimental work in pears; 212
Leaves of Absence; (See leaves of absence)
Maintenance estimate by American Building Maintenance Co. ; 67
News Service, abolishment of; 73
Out-of-State travel (See out-of-state travel)
Personnel exchange; 137
Physical plant:

Emergency expenditures; 180
Equipment additions and replacements; 100, 138, 174, 180

Promotions (See promotions)
Releases (See releases)
Resignations (See resignations)
Resolutions by Board (See Board Resolutions)
Retirements (See retirements)
Sabbatical leaves (See sabbatical leaves)
School of Commerce; 72, 74
School of Home Economics; 72
Student fees, uniform schedule adopted for OSC and UO; 59-61
Student health service equipment purchased from Laboratory fee fund; 31
Student Hospital, $1,800 building fee funds for; 122
Student Loan funds, fees to accrue to; 122
Tax-free alcohol, use of; 225
Visiting professor; 152
Welding Conference, expenditures; 142, 143

Columbia Valley Association, gift to UO from; 170
Commencement:

Addresses, ONS; 175
Invitations, UO; 174
Speakers, SONS, $100 for authorized; 33
Travel for speaker to EONS; 214

Commerce, School of:

College, to be at; 72, 74
Dean appointed; 105
Retirement of Dean Bexell; 200

Commercial courses at ONS discontinued; 68, 225
Commercial equipment at ONS allocated to other departments; 68
Committee appointments, Board:

Special Committees:

Course elimination at institutions; 84
Dormitory living conditions; 59
Instruction at ONS, improvement of; 69
Unified administration of institutions; 135

Standing Committees; 79, 135, 155

Committee appointments, Non-Board:

Certification of teachers for small high schools; 136
High school contacts; 135
Radio at state institutions; 80

Committee on College Teaching, UO, budget addition; 139
Compensation, workmen's, to cover Extension and Experimental workers; 99
Conferences, high school, at UO; 109, 215
Consolidation of departments of Animal and Plant Biology, UO; 211
Contacts, high school:

Committee to formulate plans; 98, 136
Policy re adopted; 62

Contracts:

For custody of Home Management House babies, College; 232
For drilling of deep wells; 99
For salary of B. B. Barker, with Alumni Holding Company; 31, 94, 116
For transportation of students and teachers to training schools, ONS; 95, 221
For training of student teachers, with school districts ONS; 32, 96

Correspondence courses, advertising and publicity; 127
County Agent:

Appointment, Deschutes County; 231
Appointment, Lincoln County; 230
Appointment, Umatilla County; 150
Continuance, communication re from Dairy Cooperative Ass'n; 134
Resignation, Lane County; 2
Transfer of assistant agent from Umatilla to Klamath county; 150
Transfer of assistant agent Klamath to Lane as club agent; 1

County Extension Budgets, College; 174
Courses (See curricula)
Crime Survey, UO, budget transfer; 121
Cruises, summer session, UO; 3, 5, 6, 123, 147
Curricula:

Adjustments at UO and OSC to be fair, resolution for press; 68
Allocations to institutions; 71, 72, 74, 75
Commercial courses discontinued at ONS; 68, 225
Course additions, UO, in connection with Carnegie gift for study in appreciation of music; 33
Course elimination's, committee to investigate; 84
Home Economics, ONS, discontinued; 69
Request for third year work for graduates, ONS, denied; 213
Restrictions requested; 72
Uniform preparatory course for elementary teachers, normal schools; 69, 85, 86, 87

Custodial agreements between Board and parents of certain infants, College; 3

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Dairy Cooperative Ass'n, communication from re continuance of County Agents; 134
Death of W.C. Bryant, resolution re; 38
Deep well drilling, contracts authorized; 99
Degrees:

College:

Candidates approves; 174
Honorary; 73

Eastern Oregon Normal School, annulment of diploma; 153
University:

Additional graduate, granting of; 95
Candidates approved; 109, 148
Honorary; 76
Presentation of; 178

Dental Clinic, Medical School:

Establishment of; 153
Pledge to; 153

Deposits:

Board funds; 32, 119
College, securities for; 174

Deschutes County Agricultural Agent, appointment of; 231
Diploma, EONS, annulment of; 153
Diplomas, non-valid, granting of to students of Sacred Heart Academy; 1
Director of Summer Sessions, UO administration to appoint; 123
Ditto machine, purchase of; 1
Dormitories, Board committee to consider living conditions; 59
Dormitory:

Fees, uniform; 69
Fund, ONS, transfer of $1,000 to Ackerman Student Loan fund, denied; 178
Oregon Normal School:

Named Jessica Todd Hall; 67
Plaque, memorial, for Jessica Todd Hall; 116
Rates; 213
Repairs to roof; 111

Drilling of deep wells, contracts authorized; 99

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Easement:

Jackson, Sam, Park property; 173
Permitting sewer to cross Medical School property; 178

Education by Radio, advice from National Committee on; 169
Educational conference, ONS, advertising and publicity; 167
Education:

Course allocated to College and University; 71, 72
Graduate degrees in, granting of, University; 95

Election of officers of Board; 97
Employees:

All handling funds to be covered by blanket bond; 4
All institutions, state industrial accident coverage for; 99

Endowment funds:

Condon fellowship, investment of; 98
UO, investment of referred to Finance Committee; 3, 123

Entrance information, College, advertising and publicity; 164
Eastern Oregon Normal School:

Adjournment April 8, 9, 10, 1931, approved; 35
Annulment of diploma; 153
Appointments (See appointments)
Associated Students fee additional charge; 164
City of La Grande street assessment; 32, 70, 81, 100, 124
Claims approved (See Claims)
Commencement, travel for speaker to; 214
Degrees, annulment of diploma; 153
Faculty contribution to Unemployment Relief; 126
Leaves of absence (See Leaves)
Out-of-State travel (See out-of-state travel)
Personnel transfers; 209
Physical Plant equipment; 138, 221
Reappointments (See reappointments)
Resignations (See resignations)
Summer Session:

Advertising and publicity; 170
Expenses of Palmer instructor; 213
Training teacher appointment; 169

Tennis court approved from student funds; 67
Training School:

Appointment of architect to draw plans, deferred; 32
Bond issue; 111
Sale of bonds; 227

Equipment (See physical plant)
Expansion of activities, normal schools, deferred; 72
Experiment Farm near Granger, 0.65 acres leased to Bureau of Plant Industry; 2
Experiment Station, Agricultural:

Appointment; 105, 214
Budgets Approved; 3
Director appointed; 105
Employees to be covered by workmen's compensation; 99
Employees, use of College cars for out-of-state travel; 180
Removal of barn from property; 215
Resignation of Director Jardine; 202

Experiment Station, Branch:

Lease of land in Jackson County for pear experimentation; 32, 215
Leave of absence; 150

Experiment station lands, lease of, opinion by Attorney-General; 170
Extension, Federal Cooperative:

Appointments; 163
Budgets; 92, 178
Out-of-state travel (See out-of-state travel)
Resignations (See resignations)
Workers to be covered by workmen's compensation; 99

Extension, General:

Advertising and publicity; 214, 222
Course fees, communication re; 109

Estate of Elizabeth H. Harmon, pledging of assets as security, disapproved; 4
Estate of Ben Selling, gifts to UO; 170

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Faculty contribution to Unemployment Relief, EONS; 144
Faculty group insurance; 31
Faculty members:

College, visits of faculty to legislature; 144
Inter-institutional services; 134
Speaking activities of, policy re; 107

Farm science short course, OSC, advertising and publicity; 142, 143
Fees, Associated Students, additions:

Eastern Oregon Normal School; 164
Southern Oregon Normal School; 164

Fees:

Dormitory; 69
Extension courses, communications re; 109
Health Service, ONS, increase; 2
Request of students for portion of $6.00 tuition, ONS; 2
Student, uniform schedule for UO and OSC adopted; 59-61

Fellowships:

F.E. Booth, for poultry nutrition study at College; 228
Condon, investment of endowment fund; 98
Ion Lewis, award of; 212
Recommendations re adopted; 67

Finances, Board:

Effect of referendum, statement on; 156
Program of drastic retrenchment requested by Governor; 8-17

Finances Committee Reports (See reports)
Fine arts, UO, gift to from Carnegie Corporation; 133
Fire escape installation, UO, authorized; 140
Foods laboratories, College, equipment; 174
Forestry, School of, College:

Budget transfer; 121
Purchase of truck authorized; 138

Four-H Club Work:

Resolution re from Board of Education of Portland; 91
Resolution re from Portland Parent-Teachers Ass'n; 88

Fuel to be used in ONS heating plant; 110
Funds, Board:

All employees handling to be covered be blanket bond; 4
Banks to furnish surety bonds for deposits of; 119
Handling and depositing of, method; 7
Securities for deposits; 32

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General Extension, advertising and publicity; 214, 222
Geology Department, UO, budget addition; 121
Gifts:

College:

Berry growers for study of mites; 169
Lee Estate bequest of $1,000; 174
Mary L. McDonald, "The McDonald Forest"

Medical School, pledge for dental clinic; 153
Oregon Normal School, loan fund and student awards, Julia M. Smith; 175
University of Oregon:

Alumni Holding Company for library books; 147
Carnegie Corporation for teaching artistic appreciation; 147
Carnegie Corporation re fine arts at; 133
Carnegie Institute re Paleobotany; 133
Carnegie Foundation, to improve instruction in laboratory courses; 133
Columbia Valley Association; 170
Condon Fellowship in Paleontology; 147
Estate of Ben Selling; 170

Governor:

Authorizations for out-of-state travel to be requested from; 210
Messages to Board:

Re administration of Oregon Normal School; 223-225
Re House Bill No. 408; 8
Re necessity for program of retrenchment; 14-16, 29-31, 39-44, 52-54

Replied by Board:

Re House Bill No. 408; 10-11
Re necessity for program of retrenchment; 17, 54, 55

Graduate degrees, additional, UO, granting of; 95
Graduates, ONS, request for third year work for, denied; 213
Grange:

Communications from; 7, 81
Lecturers School, College, advertising and publicity; 148

Greenhouse units, College, approved; 2
Group insurance, faculty; 31
Gym, Women's, UO, budget addition for remodeling; 140

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Health Service:

College, equipment purchased from Laboratory Fee fund; 31
Oregon Normal School, fee increase; 2
Recommendations re adopted; 66

Hearing, Radio Station KOAC, Judge Kendall to represent Board; 221
Hearing, Radio Station KOAC, transcript of; 153
Heating plant, Oregon Normal School:

Fuel to be used; 110
Study of expenses; 228
High Schools:

Activities at UO; 215
Commencement list, advertising and publicity; 166
Conferences at UO; 109
Contacts, policy re adopted; 62
Contacts, committee on:

Communication re band contests; 134
Formulation of plans for; 98

Debaters' League handbook; 231
Small schools, certification of teachers for; 72, 99

Hog-fuel burning plant, ONS, communication to Willamette Valley Lumbermen; 226
Home Economics:

Courses at ONS discontinued; 69
School of to be at College; 72

Home Management House babies, contracts for custody of, College; 232
Honorary degrees:

College; 73
University; 76

Hospital, College:

Appointment; 163
Student building fee funds, $1,800 for; 122

House Bill No. 408; 8-11, 155, 157-160

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Income, State, to Board, referendum on reduction of; 75, 77, 156
Industrial Arts, at College; 71
Industrial Journalism Department, at College; 71
Infants, custodial agreements between Board and parents, College; 3
Instruction, ONS, committee to consider improvement in; 69
Insurance:

Comprehensive program of on physical properties; 6
Faculty group; 31
Legislation, physical properties, recommended; 143

Inter-institutional services of faculty members; 134
Investment of endowment funds:

Condon Fellowship; 98
UO, referred to Finance Committee; 3, 123

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Jackson County, land in for experiments with pears:

Funds advanced to purchase; 32
Lease of, College; 212, 215

"Joint Statement to State Board of Higher Education, "by presidents of OSC and UO, re unified administration; 58
Journalism, Industrial, Department at College; 71
Journalism loan fund, UO; 155
Journalism, School of to be at University; 71

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Klamath County Club Agent:

Transfer of Assistant agent from Umatilla County; 150
Transfer of Assistant agent to Lane County as Club Agent; 1

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La Grande, City of, Street assessment against EONS property; 32, 70, 81, 100
Laboratory fee fund, College, student health service equipment purchased from; 31
Labor, other than student, recommendations re adopted; 65
Labor, student, recommendations re adopted; 64
Land:

In Jackson County for pear experimentation:

Funds advanced to purchase; 32
Lease of, College; 212, 215

Lease for experiment station, opinion by Attorney-General; 170
Lease of 0.65 acres at Experiment Farm near Granger to Bureau of Plant Industry; 2
Sale of Old State Normal grounds at Ashland, opinion by Attorney-General; 3

Landscape architecture, communication re relationship to curriculum; 109
Landscaping for public parks and highways, request for College to furnish; 36, 96
Lane County Club Agent, Assistant agent transferred from Klamath County; 1
Law School, UO, Dean of appointed; 73
Lease:

Experiment Farm near Granger, 0.65 acres, leased to Bureau of Plant Industry; 2
Land in Jackson County for pear experimentation; 212, 215

Leaves of absence:

Branch Experiment Station; 150
College; 21, 106, 163, 169, 194, 195
Eastern Oregon Normal School; 209
Medical School; 146
Oregon Normal School; 23, 113, 205, 206, 207
Southern Oregon Normal School; 24, 25
University; 21, 91, 104, 138, 152, 182, 183, 187-191

Leaves, sabbatical (See sabbatical leaves)
Legal counsel for KOAC; 152, 221
Legislative:

Action on insurance for physical properties recommended; 143
Appropriation, special, requested for property improvements; 143
Provisions re accident to instructor, EONS; 144
University request for additional appropriation, denied by Board; 6

Legislature, visits to by College faculty members; 144
Libraries to be supplied with copies of Advance Sheets on Survey Report; 36
Library:

Portland public, budget addition from UO unappropriated balance; 139
Single System, policy formulation requested; 73
UO, gift from Alumni Holding Company; 147

Lincoln County Agricultural Agent, appointment of; 230
Living conditions, student, report of Board Committee on; 109
Loan fund:

College:

Advertising and publicity; 164
Fees to accrue to; 122

Oregon Normal School, student, addition to; 175
University, Journalism; 155

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Maintenance estimate, UO, OSC, ONS, by American Building Maintenance Company; 67
Managing Committee of Ion Lewis Scholarship in Architecture; 36
Marking System, uniform, recommendations re adopted; 64
"McDonald Forest," gift to College from Mary L. McDonald; 133
Medical School:

Advertising and publicity, admission requirements; 35
Appointments (See appointments)
Budget transfers; 121
Child Guidance Clinic, funds received from Portland School Board; 125
Clinic Building, additions authorized; 110
Dental Clinic established; 153
Department of Pediatrics, $1,400 approved for changes; 147
Leaves of absence; 146
Note held by Security Savings & Trust to be extended; 123
Out-Patient clinic, budget reduction; 98
Out-of-state travel (See out-of-state travel)
Promotions (See promotions)
Property:

Easement permitting sewer to cross; 178
Road through; 134

Salary adjustments; 141

Medical Society, Oregon State, communication from; 36
Memorial by classes of 1931 and 1932, construction of; 174
Military Training at University and College:

Committee to consider; 33
Communications re; 33, 213
Resolutions re; 82
Request from ROTC Ass'n of U.S. for UO contribution; 98

Mothers' Day, UO, advertising and publicity; 34
Municipal Research and Service, Bureau of, establishment; resolution re from League of Oregon Cities; 83
Museum, Art, UO:

Additional expense; 110, 139
Final payment for doors; 122
Payment of architect for extra services; 145

Music, appreciation of, Course additions, UO, in connection with gift from Carnegie Corporation; 33
Music, School of at University; 71

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News Service at College and University, abolishment; 73
Non-resident student, term defined; 96
Normal Schools:

Accreditation; 69, 87
Activities, expansion deferred; 72
Advertising and publicity; 167
Grounds, old, at Ashland, sale of, opinion by Attorney-General; 3
Reorganization, brief by presidents; 49, 50, 56
Uniform preparatory course for elementary teachers; 69, 85, 86, 87

Note held by Security Savings and Trust to be extended; 123

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Officers of Board elected; 97
Oregon Normal School:

Administration of:

Communication from Governor re; 223, 224, 225
Report of Board Committee on; 111, 112, 113, 114, 115

Advertising and publicity; 35
Appointments (See appointments)
Award to best woman student; 175
Baccalaureate and Commencement addresses; 175
Building fund, appointment of trustee; 164
Claims approved (See claims)
Commercial courses discontinued; 68, 225
Commercial equipment allocated to other departments; 68
Committee to consider improvement of instruction; 69
Contracts:

For training of student teachers, action deferred; 32
For transportation of students and teachers, training schools; 95

Dormitory:

Naming of; 67
Rates; 213
Repairs to roof; 111

Educational Conference, advertising and publicity; 167
Health Service fee increase; 2
Heating plant:

Fuel to be used; 110, 226
Study of expenses; 228
Use of hog-fuel, communications to Willamette Valley Lumbermen; 226

Home Economics courses discontinued; 69
Leaves of absence (See leaves)
Maintenance estimate by American Building Maintenance Co. ; 67
Out-of-state travel (See out-of-state travel)
Physical Plant:

Equipment for training schools, purchase of, action deferred; 18
Equipment, request for denied; 95
Equipment, request referred to Building Committee; 175
Repairs; 58

Plaque for Jessica Todd Hall; 116
Reappointments (See reappointments)
Releases (See releases)
Renting of additional space, request denied; 19, 95
Request of students for portion of $6.00 tuition fee; 2
Resignations (See resignations)
Retrenchment items on personnel approved; 69
Salary adjustments; 229, 230
Scholarship for children of World War Veterans; 180
Student loan fund addition; 175
Student teacher training, contracts for renewed; 96
Third year work for graduates, request denied; 213
Training Schools:

Contract for student transportation; 221
Critic teacher; 221
Equipment additions requested; 147
Salary reduction for critic teachers, Independence and Rickreall; 207

Transfer $1,000 from Dormitory fund to Ackerman Student Loan Fund, denied; 178
Transfers in personnel; 206, 207

Opinions by Attorney-General (See Attorney-General)
Oregon Alumni Holding Company, agreement re salary of B.B. Barker; 31, 94, 116
Oregon Dads, Report of Campus Preservations and Expansion Committee of; 6
Oregon State Medical Society, communication from; 36
Orphans, War, scholarships for; 97
Out-Patient Clinic and Free Dispensary, Medical School, contemplated budget reduction; 98
Out-of-state students, admission of, recommendations re adopted; 63
Out-of-state travel:

Authorizations to be requested from Governor; 210
College; 29, 95, 142, 211, 231
Experiment Station and Extension workers, use of College cars; 180
Federal Cooperative Extension; 177, 180
Medical School; 25, 108, 173, 221
On non-state funds, opinion of Attorney-General; 77, 85
Oregon Normal School; 2
Policy, Uniform; 25, 73, 127-132
Requests withdrawn, EONS, ONS, OSC and UO; 26-28
University; 28, 127, 142, 152, 155, 163, 231
University, budget transfer from unappropriated funds balance, to; 28

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Paleobotany, UO, gifts from Carnegie Institute; 133
Paleontology, UO, Condon fellowship in; 147
Palmer instructor, EONS summer session, expenses of; 213
Park, Sam Jackson, property, easement; 173
Pediatrics Department, Medical School, $1,400 approved for changes; 147
Personnel Administration, UO, budget increase denied; 3
Personnel:

Branch experiment station, leave of absence; 150
Changes:

Appointments (See appointments)
Leaves of absence (See leaves)
Promotions (See promotions)
Reappointments (see reappointments)
Releases (See releases)
Resignations (See resignations)
Retirements (See retirements)
Sabbatical leaves (See sabbatical leaves)

College:

Appointment in Public Speaking department deferred; 149
Changes in status; 220
Departmental transfer; 137
Visiting professor; 152

Medical School, salary adjustment; 141
Oregon Normal School:

Changes in connection with retrenchment; 69
Salary adjustments; 229, 230
Transfers in departments; 206, 207

University:

Alumni secretary, reappointment denied; 194
Changes in status; 182, 184
Changes in tenure; 188, 189
Changes in title; 230
Salary corrections; 219
Salary increases; 76, 184
Salary transfer; 193

Personnel services, recommendations re adopted; 65
Physical Education, School of, UO:

Allocation of major work to University; 74
Budget addition; 139

Physical Plant:

College:

Chemical Engineering Laboratory; 138
Emergency expenditures, water, plumbing, steam fitting, and clerical exchange; 180
Foods laboratories equipment; 174
Greenhouse units approved; 2
Secretarial Science department, typewriters; 100
Student health service equipment, purchased from Laboratory fee fund; 31
Water main and fire hydrant repairs; 138

Eastern Oregon Normal School:

Property improvements; 138
Request for power lawn mower, denied; 221

Medical School:

Clinic Building additions authorized; 110
Easement permitting sewer to cross property; 178

Oregon Normal School:

Commercial equipment allocated to other departments; 68
Dormitory roof repairs; 111
Heating plant fuel; 110
Heating plant repairs; 58, 175
Renting of additional space, request denied; 95
Training schools, additional equipment, request denied; 95, 147

University of Oregon:

Additions -- cars and trucks; 98, 174
Administration Building, budget addition for remodeling; 139
Fire escape installation; 140
Fire protection additional expenditure; 139
Museum, Art, additional plumbing and heating; 139
Villard Hall, entrance ways repaired; 58
Women's Gymnasium, budget addition for remodeling; 140

Physical properties insurance:

Comprehensive program on; 6
Legislation recommended; 143

Plaque for Jessica Todd Hall, ONS; 116
Policies of Board (See Board Policies)
Portland School Board contribution to Child Guidance Clinic of Medical School; 125
Poultry nutrition study, OSC, F.E. Booth fellowship for; 228
Preparatory course, uniform, at normal schools, for elementary teachers; 85, 86, 87
Printing costs at various plants, report by presidents of UO and OSC; 56
Printing Departments, recommendations re adopted; 66
Projects, self-sustaining, budgeting of, recommendations re; 67
Promotions (personnel):

College; 146
Medical School; 141
University of Oregon; 101, 162, 188, 189, 191

Property:

A.C. and Mary E. Bouck, purchase of; 139
Improvements, special legislative appropriation requested for; 143
Park, Sam Jackson, easement; 173
Physical Plant (See Physical Plant)

Property rights, Attorney-General to represent Board; 123
Property, UO, bonding of assessments; 173
Publicity and advertising (See advertising)
Publications, admissions, related subjects, policy re adopted; 61
Public speaking, appointment in at College, deferred; 149

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Radio at state institutions, committee to investigate; 80
Radio, National Committee on Education by, advice from; 169
Radio Station KOAC:

Attorney's services; 99, 152, 221
Commercialization of; 99
Communication re from Eastern Oregon Wheat League; 134
Hearing at Washington, D.C. :

Judge Kendall to represent Board; 221
Transcript of; 153

Legal Services; 99, 152, 221
Report re increased utilization; 67

Reading Circle, advertising and publicity; 107, 147, 222
Real estate purchase, property of A.C. and Mary E. Bouck; 139
Reappointments:

Eastern Oregon Normal School; 207, 208, 209
Oregon Normal School; 1, 203, 204, 205, 220, 229, 230
Southern Oregon Normal School; 209, 210
University of Oregon; 102, 104, 182, 183, 184, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193,

216, 217, 218, 219

UO, alumni secretary, denied; 194
UO High School; 184, 185

Redecorating Board's Offices, claims submitted; 1
Referendum on:

Appropriation for higher education, resolution re; 36
Reduction of state funds to Board; 75, 77

Releases:

College; 194, 195, 196
Oregon Normal School; 206, 207

Reorganization of College and University, brief's by presidents; 50, 56
Reorganization of Normal Schools, briefs by presidents; 49, 50, 56
Reply to Governor's message re Survey Report, etc. ; 54, 55
Reports of Committees:

Building Committee; 110, 111
Campus Preservation and Expansion Committee of Oregon Dads; 6
Committee on Oregon Normal School administration; 111-115
Committee on Student Living Conditions; 109
Finance Committee:

Re allocation of budget reduction; 88-90
Re financial status; 117-120

Rules and By-Laws; 111

Report re increased utilization of KOAC radio station; 67
Report re printing costs at various plants; 56
Report of Survey Commission; 36
Research work, UO, communication re from Carnegie Foundation; 109
Resolution by Board (See Board Resolutions)
Resolutions re:

Compulsory military training; 82
Establishment of Bureau of Municipal Research and Service, from League of Oregon Cities; 83
Four-H Club work:

From Portland Board of Education; 91
From Portland Parent-Teacher Ass'n; 88

Unification program, from state grange; 81

Resignations:

College; 105, 106, 137, 141, 150, 194, 195, 196, 197, 202, 220
County Club Agent, Lane; 2
Eastern Oregon Normal School; 106, 209, 220
Federal Cooperative Extension; 152, 173
Oregon Normal School; 23, 67, 106, 113, 173
University of Oregon; 100, 101, 177, 183, 184, 186, 190, 192, 193, 230
University High School; 146

Retirements:

College; 198, 200
University of Oregon; 188

Retrenchment and unification program, necessity for:

Board's reply to Governor's message; 17
Governor's message to Board; 14-16, 29-31, 29-4, 52-54
Statement, joint, by presidents of UO and OSC; 58

Retrenchment in curricula requested; 72
Retrenchment items of personnel, ONS, approved; 69
Road through Medical School property; 134
ROTC Ass'n of U.S., request to UO for contribution to military training publication; 98
Rules, code of, secretary to formulate; 97
Rural electric service men's school, College, advertising; 140

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Sabbatical leaves:

College; 76, 77, 197
Uniform policy on; 77, 107, 215

Salary adjustments:

Medical School; 141
Oregon Normal School; 229, 230
University of Oregon; 76, 184, 193, 219

Salary of B. B. Barker, agreement with Oregon Alumni Holding Company re; 31
Salaries of state university employees, federal tax on; 225
Salary payments, post mortem, to estate of M.J. Mueller, resolution re; 212
Salary reduction for critic teachers, ONS training schools, Independence and Rickreall; 207
Scholarships:

Architecture, Ion Lewis, Managing Committee election; 36
Children of World War Veterans; 180
Recommendation re adopted; 64
War Orphans; 97

Sciences, pure, to remain at University; 68, 74
Secretarial Science, OSC, replacement of equipment; 100
Secretarial of State's office to make annual audit; 142
Security:

For Board's deposits; 32
For College deposits; 174
Pledging of assets of Elizabeth H. Harmon estate, disapproved; 4

Security Savings and Trust, note held by, for Doernbecher Hospital, to be extended; 123
Self-Sustaining Projects, budgeting of, recommendations re adopted; 67
Sewer to cross Medical School property, easement permitting; 178
Smallpox vaccination, institutional representatives to confer with State Board of Health re; 133
Soils Department, College, budget transfer; 122
Southern Oregon Normal School:

Advertising and publicity, summer session; 167
Appointments (See appointments)
Associated Students fee, addition to; 164
Budget transfers; 121, 122
Claims approved (See claims)
Free activity building, erection of; 1
Leaves of absence (See leaves)
Reappointments; 209, 210
Sale of Old State Normal grounds at Ashland, opinion of Attorney-General; 3
Speakers, baccalaureate and commencement, $100 authorized for; 33

Speaking activities of faculty members, policy re; 107
State Fair bulletin, advertising in, College, denied; 170
State funds to Board, referendum on reeducation in; 75, 77
State Grange, resolution from, re unification program; 81
State Industrial Accident coverage of employees; 99
Statement re:

Appreciation of A.R. Sweetser; 76
House Bill No. 408, to press for publication; 156-160
Oregon Normal School administration, by J.S. Landers; 111, 112
Retrenchment and unification, joint, by presidents of UO and OSC; 58

Street assessment, City of La Grande against EONS; 32, 70, 81, 100, 124
Street through Medical School property; 134
Student Hospital College, $1,800 student building fee funds for; 122
Student labor, recommendations re adopted; 64
Student loan funds:

College:

Advertising and publicity; 164
Fees to accrue to; 122

Oregon Normal School, addition; 175
University of Oregon, Journalism; 155

Student Living Conditions, report of Board committee on; 109
Student, non-resident, definition of; 96
Students, ONS, request for portion of $6.00 tuition fee; 2
Students, out-of-state, admission of, recommendations re adopted; 63
Students, recruiting of, trip of Coach Spears; 108
Student teacher training, Oregon Normal School:

Action deferred on renewal of contracts with school districts; 32
Contracts with school districts renewed; 96

Student withdrawals, recommendations re adopted; 64
Subsidization of alumni activities; 72, 97, 118, 119
Summer Sessions:

College:

Advertising and publicity (See advertising)
Appointments; 2, 122, 124, 125, 146

Eastern Oregon Normal School:

Advertising and publicity; 170
Appointments; 169, 177
Expenses of Palmer instructor; 213

Oregon Normal School, appointments; 21, 22, 23, 24
Southern Oregon Normal School:

Advertising and publicity; 167
Appointments; 24

University of Oregon:

Advertising and publicity (See advertising)
Appointments; 76, 123
Budgets approved; 123
Cruises; 3, 123, 147
Director, UO administration to appoint; 123
Staff, UO administration to appoint; 123

Surety bonds to be furnished by banks in which Board funds are deposited; 119
Survey Commission:

Claims approved; 145, 168
Report re reorganization of state system:

Communication from Dr. A.J. Klein re; 45-49
Governor's message re; 39-44, 52-54
Libraries to be supplied with copies of Advance Sheets; 36
Presentation of; 36
Reply of Board to Governor's message; 54, 55

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Tax, federal, on salaries of state university employees; 225
Tax-free alcohol, College, use of; 225
Teachers:

Certification of for small high schools; 72-99
Critic, Oregon Normal training schools:

Appointment denied; 221
Salary reduction; 207

Elementary, uniform preparatory course for at normal schools; 69, 85, 86, 87
Training, ONS, contracts with school districts renewed; 96

Tennis court, EONS, approved from student funds; 67
Tenure of staff members, changes on, UO; 188, 189, 230
Title, change in, of staff member UO; 230
Tour of state, Hall, Barker, Powes and party; 108
Training school:

Eastern Oregon Normal School:

Bond issue; 111
Sale of bonds; 227

Oregon Normal School:

Additional equipment requested; 147
Contract for student transportation; 221
Critic teacher, appointment denied; 221
Salary reduction for critic teachers, Independence and Rickerall; 207
Valsetz center discontinued; 69

Transcript of hearing, Radio station KOAC; 153
Transportation of students and teachers, ONS:

Contract approved; 95
Renewal of contract deferred; 221

Travel, out-of-state (See out-of-state travel)
Traveling expenses of Board committee appointees; 136
Trustee, ONS building fund, appointment of; 164

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Umatilla County Club Agent:

Appointment; 150
Transfer of Assistant Agent to Klamath County; 150

Unemployment Relief, faculty contribution to, EONS; 126
Unification program for administration of state system:

Board policy to organize, resolution re; 70, 71
Board's reply to Governor's message re retrenchment; 54, 55
Briefs by presidents of institutions; 37, 49, 50, 56
Business office, single, to be established; 79
Code of rules, secretary to formulate; 97
Committee to study; 135
Communication from Dr. A. J. Klein re Survey Report; 45-49
Curricula adjustments; 68, 71, 72, 74, 75, 84, 85-87, 225
Dormitory fees, uniform; 79
Fellowships, policy on awarding; 67
Finance Committee report re budget reduction reallocation; 88-90
Governor's message re necessity for retrenchment; 39-44, 52, 53, 54
Grange resolution re; 81
High School contacts, policy; 62, 98, 136
"Joint Statement" by presidents of UO and OSC; 58
Labor, recommendations re adopted; 64-65
Library system, single, formulation of requested; 73
Marking system, uniform; 64
Out-of-state travel, uniform policy; 25, 73, 127-132
Personnel services, recommendations re adopted; 65
Publications, admissions, related subjects, recommendations; 61
Sabbatical leaves, policy on; 77, 107, 215
Scholarships, recommendations re adopted; 64
Survey Commission report presented; 36

University of Oregon:

Administration to appoint summer sessions director; 123
Advertising and publicity (See advertising)
Agreement with Alumni Holding Company re salary of B.B. Barker; 31, 94, 116
American Ass'n of University Professors, offer of advice; 133
Appointments (See appointments)
Art, School of; 71
Biology departments, Plant and Animal, consolidation of; 211
Brief by presidents UO and OSC re unification program; 50, 56
Budget:

Addition:

Administration Building, remodeling; 139
Committee on College Teaching; 139
Geology Department; 121
Personnel Administration, denied; 3
Physical Education, School of; 139
Portland Public Library, from unappropriated UO balance to; 139
Women's gymnasium, remodeling; 140

Reduction of 4/10 required; 90
Summer Sessions, approved; 140
Transfer:

Board's account, $7,275 from unappropriated fund balance; 31
Crime Survey; 121
Library; 121
Out-of-state travel; 28

Business Administration, School of; 72, 74
Carnegie Foundation, formally associated with; 139
Commencement invitations; 174
Committee to consider military training; 33
Degrees:

Candidates for approved; 109, 148
Graduate, granting of additional; 95
Honorary; 76
Presentation of; 178

Endowment funds, investment of referred to Finance Committee; 3, 123
Federal tax on salaries of state university employees; 225
Gifts:

Alumni Holding Company, to UO library for books; 147
Carnegie Corporation, re fine arts; 133
Carnegie Foundation, to improve instruction in laboratory courses; 133
Carnegie Institute, re Paleobotany; 133
Columbia Valley Association; 170
Condon Fellowship in Paleontology; 147
Estate of Ben Selling; 170

High School activities; 109, 215
Journalism, School of, located at; 71
Leaves of absence (See leaves)
Loan fund, Journalism; 155
Music, School of; 71
News Service, abolishment of; 73
Out-of-state travel (See out-of-state travel)
Physical Education, School of; 74
Physical Plant:

Administration Building, budget addition for remodeling; 139
Capital Outlay Items, plans and estimates for; 7
Equipment Addition, cars and trucks; 98, 174
Fire protection facilities; 139, 140
Heating plant, fuel; 110
Heating plant, repairs; 58, 175
Maintenance Estimate by American Building Maintenance Company; 67
Museum:

Additional plumbing and heating; 139
Art, additional expense; 110
Final payment for doors; 122

Villard Hall, entrance ways repaired; 58
Women's Gymnasium; 140

Post Mortem Salary Payments to Estate of M.J. Mueller; 212
Promotions; 101, 188, 189, 191
Property, bonding of assessments; 173
Purchase of property of A.C. and Mary E. Bouck; 139
Reappointments (See reappointments)

Alumni Secretary, denied; 194

Request from ROTC Association of U.S. for contribution to Military Training Publication; 98
Request to Legislature for Additional Appropriation, denied by Board; 6
Research Work, communication from Carnegie Foundation re; 109
Resignations (See Resignations)
Retirements; 188
Salary:

Corrections; 219
Increase; 76, 184
Transfer; 193

Science, pure; 68, 74
Status of Personnel, changes in; 182, 184
Student Fees, uniform schedule with College adopted; 59, 60, 61
Student Recruiting Trip of Coach Spears, reason for; 108
Summer Session (See Summer Session)
Tenure, changes in; 188, 189
Title, changes in; 230
Tour of State by Officials; 108
Vice President, employment of (See Vice President)

University High School:

Appointments; 163, 185
Resignation; 146
Reappointments; 184, 185

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Vaccination, for smallpox, conference with Board of Health; 133
Valsetz Training Center, discontinued; 69
Vice President, University of Oregon, employment of; 31, 94, 116

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War Orphans, scholarships for; 97, 180
War, World, Veterans, scholarships for children of; 180
Welding Conference, College, expenditure; 142
Well Drilling, deep, contracts authorized; 99
Withdrawals, student, recommendations re adopted; 64
Workmen's Compensation Law, to cover Extension and Experiment workers; 99

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