OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1934






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Absence, leaves of (See Leaves of Absence)
Acting Presidents (See Presidents, Acting)
Acting Secretary of Board; 77, 111
Administrative Code to be compiled; 86
Administrative responsibilities, Deans-Directors; 16, 17
Adult Education, CWA, plans approved; 3
Adult Workers Education, program authorized; 38
Agricultural Chemistry, Expt. Station, gift, Nat'l Oil Co.; 86
Agricultural Experiment Station:

Appointments; 79
Budget additions; 58, 102
Budget transfers; 59, 119
Gift, Apple Growers Ass'n; 104
Gift funds carried over; 102
Leaves of absence; 61
Resignations; 79
Salary increases; 64

Agricultural Experiment Station, Hood River, budget addition; 58
Agricultural Research, president to approve budget transfers, restricted funds; 85
Alcohol reports, Fulton to sign; 81
Alumni Associations to receive part of graduation fee; 31, 32
Alumni, College, petition to grant degrees in Physical Education; 75
Alumni fee for Medical students, action deferred; 121
American Ass'n of Teachers Colleges to survey Normals; 5
American Institute of Architects:

Committee reappointed; 87
Gift to summer session; 3

American Institute of Mining, communication from; 58
American Municipal Ass'n, gift to League of Oregon Cities; 3
Annuity plan for staff, referred to Insurance committee; 50
Annuity policy, permission to purchase; 4
Application of Eastern Oregon Broadcasting Co. for KOAC time; 1
Appointment Bureau fees, University and College; 36
Appointments:

Board:

Committees; 1, 21
Memorial Union Board of Governors; 86
Representative in Zola White litigation; 5

Centralized activities; 7, 14, 81
College; 8, 9, 10, 39, 86, 89, 105, 122
Eastern Oregon Normal School; 63, 64, 123
Federal Cooperative Extension; 8, 9, 39, 62, 64, 78, 88
General Extension; 40
Medical School; 79, 89
Oregon Normal School; 83, 90
Presidents (Acting), University and College; 10, 45
Southern Oregon Normal School; 64, 89, 106
Summer Sessions; 64
University; 10, 45, 63, 79, 86, 106, 122

Architect's contract, EONS training school (See Bldg. Program)
Architect for portico, Art Museum; 60
Architecture, Am. Institute of, com. reappointed; 87
Architecture and Allied Arts:

Name substituted for Fine Arts; 45
Budget addition for instructor; 103

Art, Museum of (See Museum of Art)
Art Works by Oregon Artists, gift accepted; 78
Arts and Letters, budget addition for out-of-state travel; 5
Ashland property not for sale; 61
Associated Student fee:

Eliminated from requirements; 86
Hearing before Student Welfare Committee; 13
Referred to Student Welfare Committee; 1
Report of Student Welfare Committee; 14
Resolution on opinion of Attorney-General; 46

Association of Governing Boards, membership in; 104, 111
Attorney-General, opinion on:

Blumauer legacy to Doernbecher Hospital; 44, 58
County warrants, legality of Board buying; 7, 49
Dormitory maintenance from Board funds; 100
Gilbert bequest, accepting mortgage on land in Idaho; 76, 104
Normal Schools, designating as Junior Colleges; 118
Optional student fees; 46
Scholarships; 49

Attorney-General requested to prepare bill authorizing Board to see property; 61
Audit bill, budget addition to care for; 59
Auditors, fees; 31, 33
Authority of Chancellor in minor adjustments; 2
Authority of Presidents in minor adjustments; 85
Automotive Engineering, course authorized Extension Center; 104

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Basic Science Examining Committee; 6
Bequests (See Gifts)
Biennial budgets; 81, 82, 85
Biological Laboratory, Marine, established; 4
Blumauer legacy to Doernbecher Hospital; 44, 58
Board:

Acting Secretary changed to Secretary; 111
Attendance of Acting Presidents at meetings; 15
Authority in settling disagreements; 16
Committee appointments; 1, 21, 75, 120
Dean Dillehunt to represent; 61
Meeting dates changed; 55
Officers elected; 12, 77
Reply to Chancellor's statement on retirement; 53
Rules and By-Laws; 128

Bonds:

Government, sale and purchase of; 106, 119
Dormitory, payment of; 41, 54
Memorial Union, funds advanced; 42, 102
Security on revolving cash fund, ONS; 37
Theft of, ONS, resolution authorizing prosecution; 77

Bonneville Dam, cooperation of staff requested; 38, 118
Bonus, University football coach; 1, 14
Botany:

Annual; 43
Biennial; 81, 82, 85
Chancellor's reports, minor adjustments; 40, 58
Dean-Directors, responsibility of; 16, 17
Presidents (acting), responsibility of; 15

Budgets:

Centralized Activities:

Adult Education program, CWA; 3
Adult Workers Education; 38
Basic Science Examining Com., temporary advance; 6
Comptroller's office, addition for audit bill; 59
High School visitation, spring 1934; 26
Institute of Public Welfare Administration & Case Work; 74
Research balances carried forward; 60

College:

Bacteriology; 120
Botany; 8, 103, 120
English; 103, 120
Forestry; 103, 120
Farm Crops; 60
Horticulture; 59, 60
Mathematics; 103, 120
Physical Education; 39
Physical Plant; 3, 49, 59
Physics; 103, 120
Science; 103, 120
Secretarial Science; 103, 120
Smith-Hughes; 74
Zoology; 120

Medical School; 10
Normal Schools; 5
Summer Sessions:

Budget approved; 3
Geology; 75
Normal Schools, suspense account for promotion; 3
Physical Education for non-summer session students; 75

University:

Architecture and Allied Arts; 103
Art, Museum of; 19
Arts and Letters; 5
Business Administration; 49, 103
Chemistry; 103
Economics; 103
Education; 121
English; 103
Geography; 121
Herbarium; 120
Journalism; 121
Law; 103
Mathematics; 103, 120
Philosophy; 121
Physical Plant; 103, 121
Playground Recreation, special course; 74
Psychology; 120
Social Science; 7, 103

SERA and FERA projects, University and College; 124, 125

Building Committee:

Appointments; 21
Art Museum, report on alterations; 19
Gift of land at Florence to University, proposed; 86
La Grande Hotel as dormitory at EONS; 99, 112, 117
Oregon Normal School repairs, report on; 57
Property at University, report on purchase of; 56

Building fee for summer and graduate students disapproved; 31
Building, wrecking of, near ONS; 6
Building Program, Public Works Administration:

Eastern Oregon Normal Training School:

Application for Loan, revised; 47
Architect's contract and payment; 102, 111, 115, 118, 126
Clerk-of-the-works hired; 126
Loan and Grant Agreement; 85, 94, 95, 109, 110
Plans and specifications; 97, 100, 111, 118
Resolution on; 47, 95
Shades and equipment included in specifications; 127

Infirmary, UO, bill to be prepared interpreting act; 123
Report on PWA and CWA programs; 2, 40

Buildings:

College, Kidder Hall, remodeling; 124, 125
Eastern Oregon Normal School, training school (See above)
University:

Miner Building, modified trust agreement; 37
Museum of Art, alterations and improvements; 19

Business Administration:

Budget additions; 49, 103
Student to graduate in, OSC; 49

Business Office, Central, budget addition for audit bill; 59
By-Laws:

Amendments; 55, 99
Committee commended; 102
Committee report to be sent members; 76
Revision, action deferred; 86
Revision approved; 101
State Board of Higher Education, complete revision; 128

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California, University of, to cooperate Adult Education program; 38
Camera, retinal, gift to Medical School; 78
Candidates for degrees approved; 4, 61, 104
Carnegie Corporation gift for Institute of Law; 59
Carnegie Endowment, use of balance for Institute International relations; 38
Carnegie Foundation, gift to Summor Art, University; 3
Cash funds, revolving, security on; 41, 37, 77, 104
Catalogs, report of High School Contacts Com. on; 23
Central Business Office, budget addition for audit bill; 59
Central Library Control (See Library)
Certificate of Public Health Nurse, granted to students; 87
Chamber of Commerce, Portland, request staff cooperation; 118
Chancellor:

Authority, minor budget and personnel adjustments; 2
Authority, settling disagreements; 16
Petition for major school of science at UO referred to; 76
Report, Federal relief funds; 101
Report, High School Contacts program; 119
Statement regarding retirement; 50, 53
Selection of; 75, 90

Chemistry, University, budget addition; 103
Civil Engineering, Department head appointed; 45
Civil Works Administration:

Building program (See Building Program)
Funds for repair projects; 18
Adult Education, plans approved; 3

Class fee eliminated; 47
Clerical Exchange, personnel adjustment; 10
Coach, football, bonus for, University; 14
Code, Administrative, to be compiled; 86
College:

Appointments (See Appointments)
Budget addition to care for increased enrollment; 103, 120
Budgets (See Budgets)
Curricula (See Curricula)
Extension, Federal Cooperative (See Extension)
Gifts (See Gifts)
Leaves (See Leaves)
Loan of Sherwood geological collection; 64
Memorial Union, funds advanced to retire bonds; 102
Mining Engineering; 58
Petition of Alumni to grant degree in Physical Education; 75
Physical Education reorganized; 105
President (Acting) appointed; 10, 45
Resignations (See Resignations)
Tuition and fees; 30

Commandants appointed, University and College; 86
Committees, Board:

Appointments and adjustments; 1, 21, 75, 120
Basic Science Examining, appointed; 6
(For index on various committees, see name of committee:
Buildings, Grounds, and Capital Outlay; Chancellor, Selection of; Curricula; Executive; Faculty Welfare; Finance; High School Contracts; Insurance; Library; Radio; Rules and By-Laws; Student Welfare; Unified Administration.)

Comptroller, appointed; 14
Comptroller, Assistant, appointed; 81
Comptroller's Office, budget addition to Physical Plant for; 49
Compulsory military training, letters on; 101
Compulsory student activity fees (See Associated Students fee)
Condon, Thomas, Fellowship, retained at University; 4
Contracts:

Architect, Eastern Oregon Normal Training School; 115, 126
Medical School and Multnomah County Hospital; 121
Transportation of Oregon Normal School students; 104

Counseling and visiting service to be inaugurated; 25
County Agents:

Linn County, work reestablished; 9
Marion County, work reestablished; 39
Morrow County, salary increase; 62
Sherman County, work reestablished; 8

County Warrants:

Buying of; 1, 7
Legality of Board purchase; 7, 49
Negotiations to be handled by Mr. Callister; 18
Report postponed; 21

Course addition, Portland Extension Center; 4
Course changes, all institutions, 1934-35; 20
Crew House, College; 37, 106
Curator of Vertebrate Collections, University; 63
Curricula:

Responsibility of doan-directors; 16
Responsibility of acting president; 15

Curricula Committee:

Appointments; 21
Automotive Engineering course approved; 104
Course changes for academic year 1934-35; 20
Designation of Normal Schools as Jr. Colleges referred to; 111
Law courses approved; 60, 78
Petition for major school of Science at University; 76
Petition to grant degree in Phys. Education at College; 75

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Dean of Music named; 45
Doans-Directors, interinstitutional, duties defined; 14
Doans of Lower Division & Service Departments, University & College; 45
Degrees:

Candidates for, approved; 4, 61, 104
In Business Administration from College; 49
In Science from University; 60
Physical Education, petition for, at College; 75
Science, petition for, at University; 76

Depot, Oregon Electric, leased for crew house; 37
Dillehunt, R. B., to represent Board in east; 61
Diploma fee, Normal Schools; 32
Disbursing Officer, Auld to sign in absence of Smith; 81
Doernbecher Children's Hospital, Blumauer legacy; 44, 58
Dormitories:

Bond payments; 41, 54
Costs; 36
Eastern Oregon Normal Schools, La Grande Hotel offer (See La Grande Hotel)
Fraternity to live in, University; 81, 83, 84
Maintenance, opinion of Attorney-General on; 100

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Eastern Oregon Broadcasting Co., request for KOAC time; 1
Eastern Oregon Normal School:

Appointments (See Appointments)
La Grande Hotel as dormitory (See La Grande Hotel)
Resignations (See Resignations)
Summer Session to be six weeks; 3
Training School (See Building Program)

Economics and Sociology, out-of-state travel disapproved; 5
Economics:

Salary increase; 62
Budget addition for graduate assistant; 103

Editorial, Babson, "Future of Education"; 18
Education:

Adult, CWA program approved; 3
College, professor reinstated to full time; 61
Higher, proceedings of conference, appropriation; 60, 82
University, budget addition; 121

Educational and Research Foundations, Dillehunt to contact; 61
Election, Board officers; 12, 77
Employment, Student, FERA, report; 40
Engineering:

Automotive, course authorized; 104
Cooperation with Fed. Gov't in Bonneville Dam tests; 38
Departmental reorganization; 45

English:

College, budget additions; 103, 120
Portland Extension Center, course authorized; 4
University, budget addition; 103

Enrollment and Financial Reports; 2, 58
Entrance Information, publication of booklet; 24
Examination, fee for special; 31
Examining Committee, basic science, appointed; 6
Executive Committee:

Election of third member; 77
EONS Training School, negotiations with Federal Government; 85
Fraternity to live in dormitory, University; 81, 83, 84
Inheritance Tax on Zola White Trust referred to; 123
Out-of-state Travel requests referred to; 5

Extension Center, Portland (See Portland Extension Center)
Extension, Federal Cooperative:

Appointments; 39, 62, 64
President to approve restricted fund budget transfers; 85
Sabbatical Leave; 62
Salary adjustments; 39, 62

Extension, General:

Adult Education, CWA, approved; 3
Adult Workers' Education program approved; 38
Budget; 43, 54
Director's title changed to Dean and Director; 40
Radio KOAC (See Radio)

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Faculty:

Contacts with High Schools; 26
Ranking at Normal Schools, plan adopted; 87
Salaries, insurance co. denied permission to draw premiums direct from faculty; 121

Faculty Welfare Committee, appointments; 21
Farm Crops:

Appointments; 8, 9
Resignations; 8, 9

Federal Cooperative Extension (See Extension, Federal Coop)
Federal Relief Admin. Workers, industrial accident insurance; 119
Federal Relief funds, report on; 101
Fees:

Alumni, for Medical School graduates, action deferred; 121
Associated Students (See Associated Students fee)
Class, eliminated; 47
Graduate Assistants; 30, 49
Graduate Students; 30, 31, 33, 73, 121
Medical School; 32
Music; 34
Normal Schools; 32
Nursing Students; 33
Portland Extension Center; 86
Student Activity (See Associated Students)
Summer Session; 70
Summer Session Health Service at Normals, eliminated; 38
University and College; 30

Fees and Sales, Expt. Station, budget increase; 102
Fellows, tuition and fees; 30, 33
Fellowship, Thomas Condon, retained at University; 4
FERA and SERA projects approved; 124, 125
Finance Committee:

Appointments; 21
Bonus for Callison referred to; 1
Budget report; 43
County Warrants, report postponed; 21
Dormitory Bond payments; 41, 54
Investment in government bonds, referred to; 106
La Grande Hotel considered as dormitory (See La Grande Hotel)
McArthur Court indebtedness, report on; 100
Memorial Union bond payments; 42
Museum of Art, alterations; 19
Part-time help continued, State Treasurer's office; 1
Summer Session and Extension budgets referred back; 54

Finance and Enrollment reports; 2, 40, 58, 81
Fine Arts, School of, changed to Arch. and Allied Arts; 45
First Securities Co., lease of land for Union Expt. Station; 49
Foods and Nutrition, sabbatical leave, extension specialist; 62
Football coach, bonus for, University; 14
Forestry, budget additions; 103, 120
Fraternity, petition to live in University dormitory; 81, 83, 84
Funds, security on small revolving; 41, 77

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General Extension (See Extension, General)
Geography, budget addition; 121
Geological Collection loaned to College; 64
Geology Field course, budget for; 75
Gift fund balances, Expt. Station, carried over; 102
Gifts:

Apple Growers Association to Horticulture Department; 104
Carnegie Foundation to Summer Session in Art; 3
Carnegie Institute, studios in anthropology, Bonneville; 59
Gilbert, W.S., opinion of Attorney-General; 76, 104
Lots in Hood River by Onthank, A.W. & Elizabeth; 5
Land at Florence, proposed, referred to Bldg. Com.; 86
McDonald, Mrs. Mary J.L., to Library; 81
Miner property, modified trust agreement accepted; 37
National Oil Company; 37, 86
National Research Council; 4, 59
National Social Science Research Council; 59
Northwest Pear Growers; 37
Retinal Camera to Medical School; 78
Rockefeller Foundation to League of Oregon Cities; 3
The Dalles Cooperative Growers to Horticulture Dept.; 86
Warner, Mrs. Gertrude B., for student emergency relief; 37
Works of Art by Oregon artists; 78

Government bonds, investment in, referred to Finance Committee; 106
Graduate Assistants, tuition fees, study load; 30, 33, 49
Graduate School catalog, recommendation of; 23
Graduate students, fees; 30, 31, 33, 73, 121
Graduation fee; 31, 32, 33
Gymnasium Suit service fee, University; 31


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Harney County Expt. Station, budget addition; 58
Health Service:

Normal Schools, report on; 2, 38
Out-of-state travel; 105
Summer Session; 38

Herbarium, University, budget addition; 120
Herbarium, Memorial Union, SERA project; 125
High School Contracts:

Committee report; 2, 21, 22
Employment of one full-time man; 26
Faculties; 26
Program, report by Chancellor; 119

High School Counselor recommended; 26
High School Delegates visiting institutions; 26
High School Scholarships, opinion of Attorney-General; 49
High School Visitation, budget for spring 1934; 26
Higher Education, Conference on; 60, 82
Highway Engineering Department abolished; 45
Hood River Experiment Station, budget addition; 58
Hood River lots donated by A.W. and Elizabeth Onthank; 5
Horticulture, Experiment Station, gift from The Dalles Growers; 86
Hotel, La Grande, as EONS dormitory (See La Grande Hotel)
Hotel rates raised; 37
House rental reduced, L.H. Johnson; 4

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Improvement and Repair projects, FERA; 120
Industrial Accident Commission, Physical Plant; 3
Industrial Accident insurance, FERA workers; 119
Infirmary, University, interpretation of legislative act; 123
Inheritance Tax, Zola White Trust, referred Exec. Com.; 123
Institute of Law, appropriation; 103
Institute of Public Welfare Admin. & Case Work, budget; 74
Institute of World Affairs, 1934 Portland summer session; 38
Insurance Committee:

Annuity plan for staff members referred to; 50
Revolving fund security to be restudied; 37

Insurance companies request to draw premiums from salaries; 121
Insurance, industrial accident; 3, 119
Interinstitutional booklets, curricula, entrance info.; 24
Interinstitutional deans-directors, duties, functions; 14
International Relations Institute, use of balance for 1934 Portland Institute; 38
Investigation of W. L. Morse abandoned; 11
Investment in government bonds referred to Finance Com.; 106
Ion Lewis Scholarship, executive committee reappointed; 87

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Journalism, budget addition; 121
Junior College, changing name of Normal Schools; 111

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KGW request for KOAC to share wave lengths with KTAR of Arizona; 61, 76, 83, 109
Kidder Hall, remodeling of; 125
KTAR of Arizona (See KGW request)
KOAC (See Radio)


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Laboratory, Marine Biological, established; 4
La Grande Hotel as dormitory at EONS; 99, 111, 112, 117
Land at Florence, proposed gift, Bldg. Commission to investigate; 86
Land leased for Union Branch Experiment Station; 49
Land purchased by Oregon Normal Alumni to be returned; 4
Landscape Architecture, salary increase; 62
Law:

Budget addition; 103
Courses approved; 60, 78
Institute, appropriation; 103

League of Oregon Cities, gift from Rockefeller Foundation; 3
Leases:

Fraternity to live in University Dormitory; 83, 84
Oregon Electric depot for crew house; 37
Union Branch Experiment Station; 49
Wyatt Farm; 4

Leaves:

Of Absence:

Adjustment, Maris; 62
College; 59, 61, 88, 89, 105
Extension, Federal Cooperative; 39, 88, 105
General Extension; 7, 89
Medical School; 49
Normal Schools; 63, 64, 89, 90
University; 7, 62, 106, 122

Sabbatical:

College; 8, 10, 79, 87
Extension, Federal Cooperative; 62
Medical School; 81
Oregon Normal School; 40
University; 123

Vacation Leave, College; 40

Legacy to Doernbecher Children's Hospital, opinion on; 44, 58
Legislature, resolution on restoration of millage funds; 107
Library Committee:

Centralized Control, referred to; 46
Report postponed; 83
Reports; 82, 111
Minutes corrected on final report; 117

Livestock Branch Expt. Station, budget addition; 58
Loan, Sherwood Geological Collection to College; 64
Lots donated by A.W. and Elizabeth Onthank; 5
Lots near University, purchase of; 46, 56, 82, 85
Lower Division and Service Departments organized; 45

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Marine Biological Laboratory established; 4
Marion County Agent appointed; 39
Mathematics, College, budget additions; 103, 120
Mathematics, University, budget additions; 103, 120
Matriculation fee, Medical School; 32
McArthur Court, indebtedness, Board funds advanced for; 100
Mechanical Engineering Department:

Head appointed; 45
To offer course through Portland Extension Center; 104
Sabbatical Leave; 8

Mechanics and Materials Department abolished; 45
Medical School:

Alumni fee, action deferred; 121
Appointments; 79
Contract with Multnomah County Hospital; 121
Dean to contact eastern foundations; 61
Donnelly bequest; 104
Gift, retinal camera; 78
Leave of absence; 49
Litigation, Zola White Trust; 5
Personnel adjustments; 9, 80, 81, 89, 123
Resolutions, Haskins and Giesy; 5, 6
Sabbatical Leaves; 81
Tuition and fees; 32

Meeting of Board, dates changed; 55
Membership in Association of Governing Boards; 104, 111
Memorial Tablet, ONS Dormitory; 58
Memorial Union:

Board member appointed to Board of Governors; 86
Bond payments, funds advanced; 42, 102
Building fee disapproved for summer, graduate students; 31

Military Training, compulsory, letters on; 101
Millage funds, restoration of, resolution to be prepared; 107
Mining Engineering, restoration of; 58, 101
Miner property, gift, modified trust agreement; 37
Monmouth bank, withdrawl of security bond; 37
Morrow county agent, salary increase; 62
Motion picture sound film of State System, tabled; 38
Museum of Art:

Alterations and improvements; 18, 19
Architect employed for construction of portico; 60

Music fees, University and College; 34
Music:

Dean appointed; 45
Members of staff on indefinite tenure; 63

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National Oil Products Co., gifts; 37, 86
National Research Council, gifts; 4, 59
Non-resident Tuition, waiving of; 99
Normal Schools:

Faculty ranking adopted; 87
Health Services, report; 2, 38
Naming junior colleges, referred to Curricula Com.; 111
Physical Education credit changed; 117
Summer Sessions suspense account for promotion; 3
Survey by American Association of Teachers, Colleges, ordered; 5
Tuition and Fees; 32

Northwest Pear Growers, gift; 37
Nursing Education, certificates granted; 87
Nursing Education tuition and fees; 33


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Officers of Board elected; 12, 77
Opinions of Attorney-General (See Attorney-General)
Oregon Electric Depot leased for crew house; 37
Oregon Marine Biological Laboratory established; 4
Oregon Normal Schools:

Appointments (See Appointments)
Contract to transport students; 104
Dormitory, Memorial tablet on; 58
Land purchased by Alumni to be returned; 4
Leaves of absence (See Leaves)
Permission to wreck building near; 6
Resignations; 63
Resolution, authorizing prosecution for release, theft; 77
Summer Session to be 11 weeks; 3
Transportation of students, contract; 104
Wrecking of building, permission for; 6

Oregon Technical Council, resolution on mining; 58
Out-of-State Travel:

Medical School; 38
University; 5, 105

Out-of-State Tuition, decision on student cases; 117

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Paleontology, Thomas Condon Fellowship in, retained; 4
Part-time help continued, State Treasurer's office; 1
Part-time students, tuition and fees; 31, 33
Pear Research, gift for, Northwest Pear Growers; 37
Personnel Adjustments:

All institutions, approved for 1934-35; 54
Extension, Federal Cooperative; 62, 78
Medical School; 79, 80, 81, 89, 123
University; 63

Personnel and budget adjustments, minor:

Authority of presidents; 85
Reports on; 40, 58

Personnel, dean-director's responsibility for; 16, 17
Personnel, recommendations through presidents (acting); 15
Petitions:

College Alumni, for degree in Physical Education; 75
Fraternity to live in University dormitory; 81
Science, major school at University; 76

Pharmacy, salary increase; 61
Philosophy, budget addition; 121
Physical Education:

Budget, Finance Commission report on; 43
Budget, for non-summer session students; 75
Normal Schools, course hours changed; 117
Reorganization, College; 103
Rowing Instructor; 39
Out-of-state Travel request disapproved; 5
Petition to grant degree at College; 75

Physical Plant, budget additions; 3, 49, 103, 121
Physiology, leave of absence; 62
Physics, College, budget addition; 103, 120
Playground Recreation, special course, budget for; 74
Pleasant Hour Club given permission to wreck bldg.; 6
Policies:

Chancellor's authority to make minor adjustments; 2
Dean-director's responsibility; 15
Presidents (Acting), responsibility; 15

Portico, Art Museum, architect employed; 60
Portland Chamber of Commerce, request for staff to cooperate on Bonneville Dam; 38, 118
Portland Extension Center:

Automotive Engineering course authorized; 104
Budgets referred back to Chancellor and Finance Com.; 54
English course authorized; 4
Fees changed; 86

Portland Summer Session 1934, institute of world affairs; 38
Poultry Department, vacation leave; 40
Practice teaching in Science at University denied; 1
President, Board, elected; 12, 77
Presidents (Acting Presidents):

Created; 10
Function, duties, authority; 14, 85
Title changed from Acting President to President; 45

Proceedings of Higher Education Conference, printing of; 82
Psychology:

Budget addition; 120
Leave of absence; 62

Publications, High School Contacts Com. report; 22
Public Health Nursing certificate granted; 87
Public Welfare Administration & Case Work, Institute of; 74
Public Works Administration bldgs. (See Building Program)

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Radio:

Appointments; 7
Eastern Oregon Broadcasting Co. Request for KOAC time; 1
KGW request that KOAC share wave lengths with station KTAR of Arizona; 61, 76, 83, 89, 109
Leaves of Absence; 7, 89

Ranking of Faculty at Normal Schools, plan adopted; 87
Registration Fee:

Penalty for lateness; 31, 32, 33
Three-payment plan authorized; 37

Reinstatement fee; 31
Relief, student, additional funds requested; 90
Remedial English course, Portland Extension Center; 4
Rental reduced, L. H. Johnson house; 4
Reorganization of departments in School of Engineering; 45
Reorganization program outlined by Chancellor; 50
Repair and Improvement projects, CWA; 18, 120
Repairs, Oregon Normal School, Building Com. report; 57
Reply of Board to Chancellor's statement on retirement; 53
Reports:

Alcohol, Fulton to sign, College; 81
Associated Students, membership in (See Assoc. Students)
Biennial Budgets reduced; 83
Budgets; 43
Chancellor, on minor adjustments, finances, etc.; 2, 40, 56, 81
CWA projects and PWA building program; 2
Federal Relief funds; 101
Dormitory Bond payments; 41
Health Service at Normal Schools; 2
High School Contracts Committee; 2, 21
Institutional reports subject to review of President; 15
Library Committee; 111
Memorial Union Bond payments; 42
Property, purchase of, for University; 56
Radio Committee, on exchange of wave length; 76, 99, 109
Repairs, Oregon Normal School; 57
Rules and By-Laws to be sent to members; 76
Selection of Chancellor; 90

Research:

Budgets, Finance Committee report; 43
Budget balances carried forward; 60

Residence of students, cases passed on; 117
Resignations:

College; 8, 9, 10, 78, 88
Eastern Oregon Normal School; 63, 123
Experiment Station; 79
Oregon Normal School; 63
Southern Oregon Normal School; 106
University; 122

Resolutions:

Claim for release, bond stolen, ONS; 77
Investigation of W. L. Morse abandoned; 11
Liberty Bond, sale of; 119
Medical School; 5, 6
Mining at College, from Oregon Technical Council; 58
Physical Education degrees at College; 75
Presidents, acting, created; 10
Restoration of Millage; 107
Security on revolving funds; 41
Student Activity Fees; 46
Training School, EONS:

Application for PWA loan, supplementing original; 47
Loan and Grant Agreement, approved; 95
Modifications of loan and grant agreement; 109
Plans and specifications adopted; 97

Restricted Funds, budget additions; 56
Retinal Camera, gift to Medical School; 78
Retirement of Chancellor, statement on; 50
Revision of Rules and By-Laws; 76, 86
Revolving cash funds, security on; 37, 41, 77, 104
Rockefeller Foundation, gift to League of Oregon Cities; 3
Rowing Instructor, College; 39
Rowing Instructor, College; 39
Rowing, Oregon Electric Depot leased for crew house; 37
Rules and By-Laws Committee:

Appointments; 21
Suggested revisions to be sent to Board members; 76
Revisions adopted; 101

Rules and By-Laws, State Board of Higher Education; 128

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Sabbatical Leaves (See Leaves)
Salary Adjustments:

College; 39, 40, 61, 88, 122
Extension, Federal Cooperative; 9, 10, 39, 62, 64, 78, 105
Extension, General; 7
Medical School; 10, 106
University; 40, 62, 90

Sale of Ashland property; 61
Scholarships; 27, 49
Science, Basic, examining committee appointed; 6
Science:

Degrees in allowed, University; 60
Major school of, UO, petition referred to Curric. Com.; 76
Practice teaching of, UO, denied; 1
Oregon Marine Biological Laboratory; 4

Science Survey, budget addition; 120
Secretarial Science, budget addition; 103, 120
Secretary of Board:

Acting, continued; 77
Title changed from Acting Secretary; 111

Security on revolving cash funds; 37, 41, 77, 104
Security Savings & Trust Co., modified Miner trust; 37
Selection of Chancellor, committee report; 90
Shrubs, trees, removal around Museum of Art; 19
Smith-Hughes courses, budget; 74
Social Science:

Faculty adjustment; 7
Leave of absence; 7

Social Science Survey, budget addition; 7, 103
Soils Department:

Budget addition; 58
Vacation leave; 40

Sound motion picture film, tabled; 38
Southern Oregon Normal School:

Appointments (See Appointments)
Leaves of Absence (See Leaves)
Old site not for sale; 61
Summer session to be 6 weeks; 3

Special Students, fee; 33
Staff:

Annuity plan referred to Insurance Committee; 50
Adjustments, 1934-35, approved; 54
Adjustments, minor, reported by Chancellor; 40, 58

SERA and FERA projects approved; 124
Statements of Board and Chancellor re retirement; 50, 53
State Treasurer's office, part-time help continued; 1
Steam Tunnel project, report; 125
Student Activity Fees (See Associated Students)
Student class fee eliminated; 47
Students:

Additional funds for employment requested; 40, 70
Costs, committee report; 30
Emergency Relief, gift from Mrs. Warner; 37
Loan Fund, Oregon Normal, resolution re bond theft; 77
Residence of, cases decided; 117

Student Welfare Committee:

Appointments; 1, 21
Associated Students, optional membership in (See Assoc. Stud.)

Study Load and Fees, graduate assistants; 49
Summer Sessions:

Appointments; 64
Budgets; 3, 43, 54
Fees; 31, 70
Health Services; 38
Normal Schools, suspense account for promotion work; 3

Survey of Normal Schools authorized; 5

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Tablet Memorial, on ONS Dormitory; 58
Taxes, Inc. Brown Property; 58
Tenure, indefinite, music staff members; 63
Thomas Condon Fellowship retained at University; 4
Transcript fees; 31, 32, 33
Transportation of ONS students, contracts; 104
Travel, out-of-state; 5, 38, 105
Treasurer of Board elected; 77
Treasurer, State, part-time help continued; 1
Trees, shrubs, removal around Museum of Art; 19
Trust, Zola White; 5, 123
Trust, Miner property, modified trust agreement; 37
Tuition:

All institutions; 30, 32, 33
Non-resident, waving of; 99, 117

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Unified Administration Committee, appointments; 21
Union County Experiment Station, leases; 49
University:

Appointments (See Appointments)
Budget additions to care for increased enrollment; 103, 120
Budgets (See Budgets)
Bonus for football coach; 1, 14
Buildings (See Buildings)
Condon, Thomas, fellowship retained; 4
Curricula (See Curricula)
Degrees approved; 4, 61, 104
Gifts (See Gifts)
Leaves of absence (See Leaves)
Lots purchased; 46, 82
McArthur Court, funds advanced; 100
Personnel adjustments (See Personnel Adjustments)
President (Acting) Appointed; 10, 45
Salary Adjustments; 40, 62, 90
Science (See Science)
Summer Session budget (See Budgets)
Taxes on Inez E. Brown property; 58
Tuition and fees; 30

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Vacation leaves (See Leaves)
Veterinary Medicine, budget addition; 58
Vertebrate Collections, curator appointed; 63
Vice-Director, Federal Cooperative Extension, appointed; 64
Vice-President of Board elected; 12, 77
Visiting and Counseling Service, inaugurated; 25


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Warrants, County (See County Warrants)
Workers Education, Adult, program; 38
Wyatt Farm, renewal of lease; 4


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Yamhill County Agent, salary adjustment; 39

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Zoology:

Appointments; 63
Budget addition; 120


















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