OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1958






A...A...A...A...A...

Abbott Laboratories; 193
Academic Staff Salary Scale; 182
Administrative Code, change in reporting administrative orders; 334
Administrative orders approved by Chancellor, change in reporting; 333
Admission policies at U of O & OSC; 106, 155
Affiliated Franklin Men; 296
Agreement for public works plan preparation; 217
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 23, 194
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSC)
Agricultural Extension Committee; 17, 287
Agricultural Research Foundation; 23, 70, 111, 148, 196, 253, 299, 349
Agricultural Research Service; 112, 146, 252, 301, 349
Albany City Council P.T.A.; 296
Alcoa Foundation; 344, 348, 352
Allegany P.T.A.; 296
Allen, Ina Pearl, Estate of; 141
Allstate Foundation; 191
Alpha Phi Omega; 145
Amendatory loan agreement 1957 $1,100,00 bond issue, EOC & SOC dormitories; 200
American Assoc. of Land-Grant Colleges & State Universities; 342
American Assoc. of University Professors; 333
American Assoc. of University Women; 19
American Cancer Society, Ore. Division; 68, 246, 250, 294, 346
American Chemical Paint Co.; 194
American Chemical Society; 21
American College of Dentists; 342
American Council on Education; 17, 290
American Cyanamid Co.; 192
American Dermatological Assoc., Inc.; 294
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon; 291
American-Marietta Co.; 194, 244
American Medical Assoc.; 246
American Medical Education Foundation; 116
American Philosophical Society; 114
American Potash & Chemical Corp.; 66, 291
American Pulp & Paper Mill Superintendents, Pacific Coast Division; 250
American Rhododendron Society; 9
American Society for Metals; 145
American Urological Assoc.; 192
Ami Kai Sorority; 302
Anaconda Co.; 112
Anonymous Donor; 296, 302
Annand, Boone & Lei, Architects; 46, 72, 222, 277, 304
Arlington P.T.A.; 296
Arnett's, Albany; 151
Arnold, Gen. Henry H., Educational Fund; 297
Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation; 192, 294
Ashland Elks Lodge; 303
Ashland Rotary Club; 303
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 303
Asia Foundation; 66, 292
Associated General Contractors of Am., Inc.; 250
Associated Pot & Kettle Clubs of Am.; 148
Association of Governing Boards Meeting; 138, 189, 240
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 344, 348
Atlas Sheet Metal Works; 93
Audit Report, State; 339
Automotive traffic, bill to control; 335
Autzen Foundation, The; 291, 296

B...B...B...B...B...

Baker Elks Lodge #338; 71
Baker Soroptimist International; 254
Baroid Division, Nat'l Lead Co.; 145
Basic Science Examining Committee appointment; 152
Beane, Walter H., Scholarship Fund; 21, 111
Beaver Plumbing & Heating; 92
Beaverton Kiwanis Club; 302
Bechtel Bros.; 354, 355
Bechtel Corp.; 144
Beebe Construction Co.; 324
Benson, Simon, Scholarship Fund; 298
Best, Merle V., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 303
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority; 143
Biennial Report for 1957-58; 341
Bird Oxygen Breathing Equipment, Inc.; 247
Board Committee Appointments; 106, 240
Board meetings procedures, discussion of; 63
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 28; 1
March 11; 37
April 22; 79
June 17; 128
July 22; 171
September 9; 221
October 28; 273
December 16; 323

Board meetings, resolution on open; 189
Board meetings appointed, resigned; 63, 64
Board's Reserve for Added Teaching Positions; P1, P87, 97
Board's Reserve for Emergencies; P1, 97
Board's Reserve for Land Purchases & Plant Rehabilitation; P87, 332
Board's Reserves for Special Purposes; P1, P87
Board's Unappropriated Fund; 332
Boeing Airplane Co.; 112, 149
Bond borrowing ceiling, constitutional amendment to raise; 336
Bond Buyer; 282
Bond Resolution, $3,226,000 issue; 105
Bond Resolution, 2 dormitories & cafeteria, OSC, 1 dormitory, U O; 56
Bond program for self-liquidating projects; 281
Bonds, Building Sale of $3,226,000 General Obligation; 103
Bonds, Building, Series 1957A, $1,100,000 issue, amendment; 200, 282
Bonds, Building, Series 1957B, $1,100,000 issue, refunding; 236
Bonneville Power Administration; 301
Bothell High School P.T.A.; 302
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating of Oregon; 304
Brewers Institute of Oregon, Inc.; 347
Bridge School Teachers-Parent Organization; 292
Britt, Amalia, Estate of; 149
Britt Memorial Scholarship Fund; 114, 291, 296, 303
Brookings Elks Lodge; 296
Brookings-Harbor Lions Club; 291
Brookings-Harbor P.T.A.; 303
Brookings Rotary Club; 296
Brown, E.C., Trust; 66
Brownsville High School; 191
Budget, 1958-59; 96
Budget, Biennial, 1959-1961; 230, 338
Budget, all institutions, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 284
Building Committee; 4, 37, 79, 128, 171, 221, 273, 323
Building Program, 1959-1961; 135, 171, 174
Building Program, 1961-1963 & 1963-1965; 175
Bunker Hill P.T.A.; 149
Bureau of Business Research; 344
Bureau of Indian Affairs of U.S. Dept. of Interior; 136
Bureau of Land Management; 195, 298
Bureau of Reclamation; 350
Burlingham, E.F., & Sons; 69
Burns, Bear, McNeil & Schneider, Architects; 7, 11, 38, 47, 80, 92, 128, 150, 275, 279, 325, 326, 327
Burns Elks Lodge; 292

C...C...C...C...C...

California-Oregon Power Co.; 114
California Pacific Utilities Co.; 27
Camp Adair land leased to Federal Govt.; 307
Canby Kiwanis Club; 302
Canby Union High School Girls League; 297
Cascade Contractors; 304
Cemetery vacation, legislative authority for; 337
Centennial of the Arts; 152
Central Lane County Planning Commission; 21
Central Oregon College; 3, 136
Centralized Activities Budget; P1, P12, P87, 97
Centralized Activities Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Centralized Activities, Personnel Adjustments; P76, 36, 170
Chancellor authorized to approve minor personnel & budget adjustments; 335
Chancellor's Report; 17, 64, 107, 139, 189, 242, 290, 341
Chi Omega, Portland Alumnae; 116
Chipman Chemical Co., Inc.; 145
Church, Newberry, Roehr & Schuette, Architects; 6, 89, 118, 304
Civil Aeronautics Administration; 125
Clackamas County; 108
Clarke Electric Co.; 308
Climax Molybdenum Co.; 298
Coburg P.T.A.; 348
Coca Cola Bottling Co.; 244
Colleges of Education, permissive legislation for property sales; 335
Collins Radio Co.; 296
Cominco Products, Inc.;112
Commencement Representatives; 107, 199
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 64, 139, 288, 340
Comptroller's Investment Report; 235, 280
Comptroller's Report; 286
Condenser Service & Engineering Co., Inc.; 5
Confederated Tribes, Umatilla Indian Reservation; 21, 68, 136, 292, 296, 301, 303, 344
Consolidated Freightways, Inc.; 254, 291
Contractor's Inc.; 134
Coos Bay Active Club; 296
Coos Bay American Legion Auxiliary; 303
Coos Bay Kiwanis Club; 194
Coos Bay National Honor Society; 297
Coos Bay Soroptimist Club; 292, 303
Coquille Rotary Club; 348
Cordova, Alaska American Legion Auxiliary; 250
Corvallis Chapter Zonta International; 21, 250
Corvallis Elks Lodge; 194, 296
Cottage Grove Union High School Parent-Teacher Club; 254
Credit Bureau of Cowlitz County; 142
Creswell High School P.T.A.; 244
Crocker, Betty, Search Scholarship; 298
Crow High School "B" League; 292
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 22, 27, 111, 141, 149, 198, 250, 254, 291, 296, 298, 302, 344, 348
Curricular Changes, 1958-59; 1
Curriculum Committee; 1, 106, 136, 184
Curry County Court; 250

D...D...D...D...D...

Dagwell, Benjamin D., Foundation; 352
Daily Journal of Commerce; 282
Dairy Industries Supply Assoc., Inc.; 348
Dairy Products Commission; 147
Dallas Elementary School P.T.A.; 66, 302
Davidson Industries, Inc.; 22, 144, 296
Delta Delta Delta Sorority; 291
Delta Kappa Gamma, Omicron Chapter; 144
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 292, 352
Delta Theta Tau Sorority; 193, 348
Dement, Floyd, Charitable Fund; 193

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Accreditation by Council on Dental Education of Am. Dental Assoc.; 340
Alumni Assoc.; 115
American Dental Assoc., Council on Dental Education; 340
Animal Quarters; 311, 347
Bacteriology; 204
Biochemistry; 73, 204
Budget; P1, P4, P19, P87, 96
Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 119, 204
Building fee increase; 12
Child study; 73, 205
Clinic equipment reserve; 261
Commencement & convocations; 204
Crown & Bridge Technic; 311
Curricular adjustments; C33
Dean's office; 204
Dental Clinics; P2, P13, P87, 234, 97
Dental Materials; 73, 204
Dental orientation; 204
Eighth floor alterations for research facilities; 46, 173, 174, 176, 347
Equipment repairs; 205
Fee schedule for graduate clinical program in Pedodontics; 259
General pathology; 73
Gifts; 26, 67, 115, 142, 192, 245, 293, 346
Graduate Dept. of Dental Education & Research; 173, 176
Gross anatomy & histology; 73
Illustrations; 154, 204
Library; 204
Nutrition; 73, 204
Operating reserve; 119
Oral diagnosis; 73
Oral pathology; 73, 204
Parking problem; 335
Pedodontia; 205
Pedodontics; 311
Pedodontics, graduate clinical program, fee schedule; 259
Personnel adjustments; B4, B34, 35, 265, 367
Pharmacology; 73, 205
Physiology; 73, 205
Postgraduate Instruction; 204
Principles of Medicine; 73, 311
Prosthetic Dentistry; 205
Publications; 204
Registrar's office; 119
Research facilities; 8th floor; 46, 173, 174, 176
Student Activity Bldg.; 47, 79
Tissue preparation laboratory; 204

Devine, C. J. & Co. & Associates; 103
Doernbecher Hospital Guild; 193, 247, 294
Douglas High School; 298, 344
Dow Chemical Co.; 112, 144
Drain Lions Club; 244
Drain P.T.A.; 352
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E.I.; 194, 251


E...E...E...E...E...

East Linn Teachers' Assoc.; 292
Eastern Oregon Advancement Assoc.; 240

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Ackerman Hall; 131
Administration Bldg.; 131
Administration Bldg., replacement vault & transformer; 118
Board meeting at; 221
Brown property purchase; 353
Budget; P1, P9, P20, P87, 96
Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Building fee increase; 12
Building repair; 203
Campus boundaries extended; 278
Central Heating Plant; 65, 131, 139, 223, 355
Curricular adjustments; C120
Curtis property purchase; 353
Dorion Hall, Women's Dorm.; 12, 222
Dorion Hall, Women's Dorm., addition; 274, 281, 328
Dormitories, naming of; 12
Dormitory; 65, 139, 182, 200, 222
Eocene Court; 132
Federal government, resolution to for dormitory loan; 202, 282
General equipment; 203
General instruction; 31, 203
Gifts; 27, 71, 117, 149, 254, 303, 352
Hoke Hall addition; 45, 131, 172, 174, 326
Hunt Hall, Men's dorm.; 12
Library Bldg. addition; 175
Master's degree in secondary education; 2
Microscopes damaged by fire; 31
Personnel adjustments; B12, B68, 272
Physical Education Bldg.; 65, 131, 139, 223, 284, 354
Physical Education Bldg. addition; 175
Purchase of land from City of La Grande & Union County; 132
Registrar's office; 203
Resolution to Federal government for dormitory loan; 202, 282
Science-Classroom Bldg.; 175
Student Center; 326
Summer session budget, 1959; 338
Training School, transformer & panel replacement; 118
Vault & transformer replacement, Administration Bldg.; 118

Eastern Star, Grand Chapter, Order of, Portland; 191, 250, 254, 297
Edison P.T.A.; 141
Election of Officers; 190
Electric Club of Oregon; 27, 298
Elgin P.T.A.; 303
Elk Lumber Co.; 250
Elks National Foundation; 291, 303, 348
Elkton Lions Club; 296
Elmira High School P.T.A.; 292
Emerald Empire Roundup Assoc., Inc.; 291
Emerick, Paul B., Co.; 134
Encyclopedia Britannica; 109, 156
Englewood P.T.A.; 302
Enterprise Lions Club; 297, 303
Enterprise School Student Body; 296
Enumclaw High School; 352
Essential Oil Growers League; 112
Esses Tree Seed Co.; 196
Eugene Business & Professional Women's Club; 141
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 292
Eugene, City of; 152
Eugene City Panhellenic; 291
Eugene-Lane County Assoc. of Insurance Agents; 66
Eugene Mineral Club; 141
Eugene Mu Phi Epsilon; 20
Eugene Phi Beta Alumnae; 344
Eugene Phi Beta Patronesses; 20, 291
Eugene Quota Club; 116, 141
Eugene Rotary International; 292
Eugene Teachers Assoc.; 198, 291
Evans Scholars Foundation; 348
Ex-NewsBoys Assoc.; 66, 297

F...F...F...F...F...

Failing, Mary Forbush, estate of; 191
Federal government lease of Camp Adair land; 307
Federal government, resolution to for:

Advance for final plans, Central Heating Plant addition, OSC; 255
Advance for final plans, Central Heating Plant & Service Bldg., OCE; 257
Advance planning funds, Classroom Bldg. PSC; 82
Advance planning funds, Mechanical Engineering Bldg., OSC; 42
Advance planning funds, Science Bldg., U of O; 40
Advance planning funds, Social Science Classroom Bldg., SOC; 43
Loan, Dormitory, EOC; 202
Loan, Dormitory, SOC; 202

Federal support of higher education; 17
Ferndale Union High School P.T.A.; 351
Filbert Control Board; 147, 195
Finance Committee; 12, 54, 96, 135, 182, 228, 280, 332
Financing 1 U of O dormitory & 2 OSC dormitories & cafeteria; 54
First National Bank of Chicago & Associates; 104
First National Bank of Portland; 142
First National Bank of Portland & Associates; 104
First National City Bank of New York & Associates; 103
First Presbyterian Church, Astoria; 111
Ford Foundation; 242, 244
Forest Protection & Conservation Committee; 147, 251, 301, 350
Foundation for American Resource Management; 251
Franklin High School; 302, 351
Franklin High School Associated Girl Students; 291, 296
Franklin High School Dad's Club; 291, 297
Franklin High School Senior Class of 1958; 297
Freightliner Corporation; 348
Friendly Rosenthal Foundation; 144
Fullerton School P.T.A.; 194
Fund for Advancement of Education; 109, 260
Fund for Dental Education; 293
Future Teachers of America Club; 116

G...G...G...G...G...

Gardiner, Thora B., Junior High School P.T.A.; 302
Geigy Agricultural Chemicals; 253
General Electric Co.; 5, 112, 301, 350
General Extension Division:

Air & Space Education Workshop; 117, 149
Budget; P1, P11, P87, 96, 156
Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Conservation & Outdoor Education Workshop; 117, 149
Contract payments, G.E.D. Bldg.; 28
Correspondence Study; 119
Curricular adjustments; C137
Dean's office; 155
Egress for building; 53
Gifts; 117, 149, 198, 254
Institute of International Affairs; 155
Personnel adjustments; B14, B74, 36, 169
Physical plant operation & maintenance; 155
Portland Extension Center; 155, 156
Portland Summer Session; 155, 358
Salary Savings Reserve; 31
Statewide Classes; 119, 155
Torgerson property purchase; 53
Visual Instruction Dept.; 108, 155, 156

General liability & property damage insurance; 183
General Motors Corp.; 344
General Obligation bonds, $3,226,000, Series 1958; 103
General Petroleum Corp.; 344
Gift & grant report; 189
Gilliam County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 297, 352
Girls Polytechnic School; 352
Goss, M.J., Motor Co.; 303
Graff & James; 305, 306
Graham Manufacturing Co.; 5
Grande Ronde Symphony Assoc.; 254
Grant High School Dad's Club; 68
Grants Pass, City of; 141
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 291
Great Western Malting Co., Inc.; 350
Gresham Community Theatre; 250
Gresham Elks Lodge #1805; 68
Gresham High School Faculty; 297
Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 104

H...H...H...H...H...

Hall, M. W. Prince, Grande Lodge of Washington; 250
Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc. & Associates; 103
Hamilton Electric Co.; 90
Hanley, Clara, Estate of; 291
Hardie, Waldo S. & Son; 90, 222
Harrington, Larry, Co., Inc.; 144
Harris Trust & Savings Bank & Associates; 103
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.; 66, 291, 344
Hayslip, Tuft, Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 45, 131, 222, 223, 328, 354, 355
Heaton Steel & Supply; 22, 111, 349
Heckart Foundation Scholarships; 297
Hennen-Vos Plumbing & Heating; 94
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 68, 291, 296, 303
Heppner Pine Mills; 297
Heppner School District No.1; 22
Heppner Soroptimist Club; 349
Hermiston Methodist Church; 352
Hertz, Fannie & John, Engineering Scholarships; 298
High School-College Relations Committee; 170
Higher Education & National Affairs; 17
Hilhi P.T.A.; 302
Hill, Louis W. & Maud, Family Foundation; 195
Hilliard, Roy A. & Associates, Inc.; 93
Hillsboro Lions Club; 348
Honolulu Community Chest; 303
Hood River P.T.A.; 292
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 21, 53, 66, 82, 83, 141, 199, 217, 222, 236, 255, 280, 282, 304, 306
Humphreys Engineering Co.; 23
Hyslop Memorial Fund; 348

I...I...I...I...I...

Industrial Forestry Assoc.; 22, 348
Inland Machinery Co.; 254
Inland Radio, Inc.; 149
Institute of International Education; 141, 244, 344
Institute of Life Insurance for Family Finance; 115
Insurance Committee; 183
Insurance, General Liability & Property Damage; 183
Insurance, Malpractice; 183
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 12
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 12
International Business Machines Corp.; 66
International Cooperation Administration; 293
International Footprint Assoc., Inc.; 291
Investment Report; 235, 280
Iron Fireman Mfg. Co.; 144, 197


J...J...J...J...J...

Jackson County; 112, 195
Jackson County Young Farmers Club; 297
Jacobs, Ralph & Adolph, Foundation; 114, 144
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Beaverton; 143
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Estacada; 302
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Grand Guardian Council of Oregon, Independence; 291, 297, 302
Johnson, Mead, & Co.; 67
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 111
Josephine County; 195
Journal Publishing Co.; 10
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 291
Junction City P.T.A.; 297
Junction City Teachers Assoc.; 352
Junior Medical Auxiliary; 295
Junior Women's Club; 149

K...K...K...K...K...

Kappa Pi; 297
Kellogg, W.K., Foundation; 245
Kern County Land Co.; 297
Kerns Co., The; 144
Knights Templar Eye Foundation, Inc.; 25, 347
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates; 4, 306, 308
Kuhn, Loeb & Co. & Associates; 104

L...L...L...L...L...

La Grande, City of; 132
La Grande Elks Lodge; 254
La Grande First Methodist Church; 117
La Grande F.O.E. Aerie #259; 117
La Grande Fruit Co.; 117
Lake Oswego Dads Club; 297
Lakers Dads; 292, 344
Land Purchases & Plant Rehabilitation Fund; P1, 97, 260, 261
Land Purchases & Plant Rehabilitation Reserve, transfer of $125,000; 61
Lane County "B" League Coaches & Principals Assoc.; 71, 297, 348
Lane County Principal-Coaches Assoc.; 302
Lawrence, Tucker & Wallmann, Architects; 46, 48, 81, 83, 133, 150, 327
Lebanon Elks Lodge; 298, 302
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 297
Lebanon Union High School Girls League; 191
Lederle Laboratories, Am. Cyanamid Co.; 192
Legislative Interim Education Study Committee; 353, 370, 371
Legislature-1959

Bill for vacation of cemeteries; 337
Bill to control automotive traffic; 335
Bill to increase bond borrowing ceiling; 336
Bill to permit property sales by Colleges of Education; 335
Constitutional amendment to change debt limitation; 337

Lehman Brothers & Associates; 104
Lewis, Guy E., estate of; 24
Liability insurance; 183
Liberty Investment Co.; 102
Library of Congress; 158
Library of Parliament, Ottowa; 66
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 68
Lincoln County Assoc. for Childhood Education; 198
Loan agreement with Housing & Home Finance Agency; 200
Longview Fibre Co.; 297
Lord Bros., Contractors; 222, 355
Losli Sheet Metal Works; 305


M...M...M...M...M...

Madras Union High School Faculty; 303
Malheur County League Seed Growers; 145, 253
Malheur County Teachers Assoc.; 117
Malheur Onion Growers Assoc.; 23, 145
Malpractice insurance; 183
Malting Barley Improvement Assoc.; 195
Manning Seed Co.; 251
Mapleton High School Alumni Assoc.; 291
Mapleton Lions Club; 292, 303
Mapleton P.T.A.; 352
Marine Biology, Institute of, policy governing operation; 3
Marine Biology, Institute of, rehabilitation; 72
Marion-Polk Medical Auxiliary; 116
Marshfield Junior High School Band; 191
Marshfield Junior High Hi-Y; 352
Master's Degree in Secondary Education at Colleges of Education; 2
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc.; 93, 304
McCloud River Lumber Co.; 297
McDermott Foundations; 143
McDowell-Catt Foundation, Inc.; 191, 193, 345, 347
McLaughlin Plumbing & Heating Co.; 92, 305
McMinnville Junior High School Band; 191
McMinnville Senior High School Band; 191
Medford Mail Tribune; 297
Medford Senior High School Girls League; 66
Medford Water Commission; 345
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon, Inc.; 67, 294, 346

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Alumni Assoc.; 67, 116, 144, 193
Anatomy Dept., tables for; 28, 62
Anesthesiology; 358
Animal Dept.; 153
Biochemistry; 74
Budget; P1, P5, P19, P87, 96
Budget, restoration in reductions of supplies & equipment; 285
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 73, 205
Building fee increase; 12
Business office; 153
Campus boundaries extended; 10
Campus development; 79
Cerebral palsy grant from U.S. Public Health Service; 243
Clinic business office; 206
Clinic drugs; 206
Clinic EEG Laboratory; 206
Clinic Laboratory; 206
Clinic Laundry; 206
Clinic Maintenance & Repair; 206
Clinic Medical & Nursing; 206
Clinic Medical Records; 206
Clinic Restoration fund; 206
Clinic Telephone; 206
Clinic X-Ray; 206
Congenital Heart Research budget; 157
Crippled Children's Division budget; P2, P16, P86, P87, 97, 157, 234
Crippled Children's Division Bldg.; 14
Crippled Children's Division, addition; 176
Curricular adjustments; C36, 137
Dermatology; 74
Easement to City of Portland for storm sewer; 354
Easement to Norris for utility lines across Rhododendron Tract; 118
Gifts; 24, 67, 115, 142, 192, 294, 246, 347
Greenhouses; 80
Greenhouses; 80
Hospital administration; 205
Hospital admitting; 205
Hospital business office; 205
Hospital charges, revision of; 235
Hospital drugs; 205
Hospital EEG; 205
Hospital EKG; 205
Hospital equipment; 205
Hospital occupational therapy; 205
Hospital records; 205
Hospital social service; 205
Hospital telephone; 205
Hospital water; 205
Incidental fee for undergraduate nursing students, elimination of; 13
Library Bldg. addition; 176
Medical & Surgical fees, balances to be used for research equipment; 28, 74
Medical Examiners fee for Library; 30
Medical Research Bldg.; 11, 80, 128, 173, 174
Multnomah County Hospital, agreement with; 152
Nurses Dormitory; 14, 80
Nursing Education Dept.; 73, 153
Nursing field experience; 203
Obstetrics & Gynecology; 153
Oncology; 203
Out-of-state travel; 28
Outpatient Clinic budget; 29
Outpatient Clinic Bldg.; 129
Outpatient Clinic Bldg. addition; 176
Outpatient Clinic Bldg. remodeling; 176, 279, 324
Parking area near Library Bldg.; 176
Parking problem; 335
Pediatrics & Obstetrics & Gynecology Depts., remodeling Outpatient Clinic for; 279, 324
Permit for utility lines across Rhododendron Tract; 118
Personnel Adjustments; B5, P37, 34, 76, 122, 162, 209, 265, 314
Physical Plant Shops Bldg.; 14, 80, 173, 174
Postgraduate Medical Education; 203
Psychiatry; 74
Publications; 153
Registrar's office; 153
Rhododendron Tract gift; 9, 118
Sale of Court St. property, Salem; 102
Service Dept. established for research instrument design & repair; 120
Stainless steel dissection tables; 28, 62
Steam distribution system, extension; 14
Storm sewer easement to City of Portland; 354
Student Activity Bldg.; 47, 79, 273
Sundry Clinical Instruction; 153
Surgery; 358
Teaching Hospital; 14, 80
Teaching Hospital & Clinics budget; P2, P14, P86, P87, 29, 97, 234
Telephone exchange; 153
University State T.B. Hospital; 14, 234

Menasha Sales Corp.; 291
Meyer, Fred, Foundation; 244
Miller's for Men; 71
Milner Crest P.T.A.; 71, 149, 352
Milton-Freewater P.E.O.; 291
Milwaukie Kiwanis Club; 352
Mink Farmers Research Foundation; 251
Minor personnel & budget adjustments approved by Chancellor; 333
Modern Plumbing & Sheet Metal Co.; 306
Monmouth, City of; 50
Monmouth Civic Club; 149
Monmouth School District 130; 72, 221, 335
Monsanto Chemical Co.; 112, 145, 195
Morgan, J.P. & Co., Inc., & Associates; 104
Morris, L.H., Electric Co.; 151
Mote-Bartels Foundation, Inc.; 244
Mt. Emily Lumber Co.; 117
Mountain Fir Lumber Co.; 352
Mu Phi Epsilon Alumnae; 344
Multnomah County; 10, 335, 336
Multnomah County Medical Society; 295
Musicians Mutual Protective Assoc.; 141, 291
Myrtle Creek P.T.A.; 291


N...N...N...N...N....

National Academy of Sciences; 146, 191
National Council for Stream Improvement; 70, 145, 251
National Council to Combat Blindness; 192
National Fund for Medical Education; 67, 203
National Guild of Piano Teachers; 116
National Institute of Health; 11, 128
National Multiple Sclerosis Society; 25
National Park Service; 67, 141
National Plant Food Institute; 145, 253
National Science Foundation; 18, 20, 23, 67, 113, 146, 191, 196, 244, 247, 251, 293, 345
Neahkahnie Parent-Teacher Club; 349, 352
Nebergall, D. E., Estate of; 297
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 193
Newberg Union High School Associated Student Body; 191
North Bend Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary; 297
North Bend High School Band; 297
North Salem Girls League; 297
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc.; 250
Northwest Natural Gas Co.; 345
Nu Delta Club; 303
Nurnberg Women's Club; 344
Nutrilite Foundation; 297
Nutrition Foundation, Inc.; 252


O...O...O...O...O...

Oakland Lions Club; 191
Oakland P.T.A.; 303
Oakridge P.T.A.; 297, 302
Oberlin College; 297
Odd Fellows Cemetery; 1335, 337
Olinger, J. E. & Sons; 303
Olsen, J. O., Mfg. Co.; 90
Olympic State Bank; 142
Operation & Maintenance of New Bldgs., budget additions for; 283
Oregon Agricultural Research & Advisory Council; 228
Oregon Assoc. for Retarded Children; 139
Oregon Assoc. of Club Women; 292
Oregon Assoc. of Insurance Agents; 20
Oregon Bulb, Florist & Nursery Council; 113
Oregon Centennial; 153
Oregon Chapter of the American Foundation for Allergic Diseases; 22
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 302
Oregon City Senior High School Student Body; 302
Oregon City Women of Elks; 198

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Alumni Assoc.; 302
Alumni of Lincoln County; 198
Audio Visual Aids; 74, 157
Budget; P1, P7, P20, P87, 96
Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 74, 121, 157
Building fee increase; 12
Building repairs; 157
Campus boundaries extended; 180, 277
Campus Laboratory School; 121, 157
Central Heating Plant & Service Bldg.; 48, 130, 172, 174, 255
Child Guidance Services; 155
Church Street widening; 50
Classroom Bldg.; 175
Classroom TV Experiment budget; 74
Classrooms, construction of, Monmouth Elementary School; 72, 221
Commencement & convocations; 121
Counseling, residence halls; 157
Curricular adjustments; C89
Dads Club; 71
Deeding of land for street; 50
Education & psychology; 121
Elementary School Principals work conference; 119
Federal government, resolution to for advance for final plans, Central Heating Plant & Service Bldg.; 257
General Arts Bldg.; 182, 227, 284, 304, 360
Gifts; 26, 71, 116, 149, 198, 254
Heating Plant & Service Bldg.; 48, 130, 172, 174, 180, 306
Independence Training School; 72, 221, 335
Land purchase; 157
Landscaping; 360
Library Bldg. addition; 172, 175
Master's degree in secondary education; 2
Music Hall dedication; 343
Music Hall, old, razing of; 279
Music Dept.; 30, 157
Off-campus student teaching; 121, 157
Operating reserve; 121
Personnel adjustments; B9, P62, 36, 124, 167, 271, 321
Physical Education Bldg. addition; 175
Physical Plant Service Bldg.; 130
Placement service; 121
Publications; 157
Reid property purchase; 28
Resolution to Federal government for advance for final plans, Central Heating Plant & Service Bldg.; 257
Salary savings reserve; 121
Science & mathematics; 121
Student Center-Commons Bldg.; 46, 323, 326
Summer session budget, 1959; 338
Television budget; 260
Western Oregon Speech & Hearing Center; 74, 157

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers; 27, 66, 68, 71, 116, 141, 144, 149, 194, 197, 254, 303, 344, 348, 352
Oregon Council of Churches; 292
Oregon Education Assoc., Lane County Division; 298
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 252
Oregon Farm Bureau Federation; 111
Oregon Filbert Commission; 147, 195
Oregon Forest Products Laboratory; 255
Oregon Forest Products Research Center; 146
Oregon Heart Assoc., Inc.; 68, 114, 143, 146, 294
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 292, 344
Oregon Potato Commission; 23
Oregon Society to Crippled Children & Adults, Inc.; 24
Oregon State Aeronautics Commission; 254
Oregon State Board of Dental Examiners; 346

OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Administration Bldg.; 175
Administration Bldg. remodeling for Comptroller's office; 278
Agricultural Economics Marketing Specialist; 260
Agricultural Engineering Bldg.; 175
Agricultural Experiment Station; P87, 19
Agricultural Extension Service; 19
Agricultural Research & Extension Contingent reserve; P1
Agricultural Research Budget; P2, P17, P86, 97, 99, 234
Agricultural Research, Experiment Stations; 228
Agriculture Hall remodeling; 178
Agriculture School; 99
Alumni Assoc.; 144
Appraisal Short Course; 29
Assembly of God Church property purchase; 88
Bertsch property purchase; 51
Board meeting at; 37
Boiler; 30
Bonneville Power Administration; 225
Braly estate; 14
Budget; P1, P6, P20, P87, 96
Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 74, 121, 158
Building fee increase; 12
Building repairs; 158
Business administration; 120
Business & Technology School; 178
Buxton Hall; 225
Camp Adair land leased to Federal government; 307
Campus boundaries extended; 85
Campus maintenance; 158
Cauthorn Hall; 7, 225, 275
Century Club; 144
Chemical Engineering Dept.; 16
Chemistry Dept.; 16
Chi Phi Fraternity property purchase; 329
Classroom & Office Bldg.; 175
Commerce Bldg. remodeling; 178, 284
Comptroller's office, remodeling of Administration Bldg. for; 278
Condemnation of Seal property; 178
Cordley Hall; 148
Cordley Hall addition; 172, 174, 175
Courtesy appointments; 34, 77, 268, 320, 364
Curricular adjustments; C42
Dads Club; 297
Dairy & Animal Husbandry Dept.; 119, 154
Director's Reserve; 260
Dormitory for 314 students & Cafeteria; 274, 281, 326
Douglas County Home Extension Unit; 144
Easement to Oregon Forest Products Laboratory; 255
Easement to Portland Gas & Coke Co.; 200
Eastern Oregon Branch Experiment Station budget; 230
Education; 120
Educational Foundation; 194
Electricity generating study; 15, 225
English Dept.; 30
Experiment Stations, visit to; 287
Extension Hall; 51
Family Life, Dept. of; 120
Farm Shop Bldg.; 172
Federal Cooperative Extension Service budget; P2, P18, P86, P87, 97, 99, 234, 310
Federal government, resolution to for advance planning funds for mechanical Engineering Bldg.; 42
Fish & Game Management Dept.; 73
Folk Club; 144
Food & Dairy Technology Dept.; 309
Football, Board to be informed of decisions re conference alignment; 241
Forest Engineer degree discontinued; C72
Forest Management, Ph. D. degree in; C72
Forestry; 120
Foundation; 22, 111, 204, 297
Generating electricity, study of; 15, 225
Gifts; 21, 68, 111, 144, 194, 250, 296, 348
Hawley Hall, 3rd Men's Dorm.; 225
Health Service addition; 326
Heating; 158
Heating Plant addition; 15, 129, 172, 174, 175, 225, 255, 306
Home Economics School; 120
Home furnishings specialist; 260
Home Management House; 172, 174
Hydraulics Laboratory; 175
Industrial Engineering Bldg.; 175
La Hodney property purchase; 72
Late application fee; 12
Lease of Camp Adair land to Federal government; 307
Liberal Arts; 187
Library budget; 359
Library Building; 175
Lift Slab failure, Physics-Chemistry Building; 325
Marion County Extension Work; 309
Mechanical Engineering Building; 41, 84, 85, 172, 174, 199
Mechanical Engineering Dept.; 16
Memorial Union Bldg. Additions; 326
Men's Dormitory #3; 7, 38, 54, 92, 225
Men's Dormitory #4; 274, 275, 281, 327
Mice control appropriation; 19, 73, 308
Mid-Columbia Branch Experiment Station; 30
Milton-Freewater Experimental Area; 30
Mothers Club, Klamath Falls; 194
Mothers Club, Lebanon; 194
Mothers Club, Portland; 144
Mouse infestation investigation; 19, 73, 308
Music Dept.; 359
Northern Willamette Valley Branch Experiment Station; 100, 107, 230
Nuclear Laboratory equipment, gift from Atomic Energy Commission to acquire; 16
Nursery School Building; 172, 174
Pendleton Branch Experiment Station; 30
Personnel adjustments; B6, B40, 33, 77, 123, 163, 210, 267, 317, 362
Pharmacy Building addition; 175
Pharmacy School; 74, 120
Physical Education for men; 120
Physical Education Recreation for women; 204
Physical Plant Building; 175
Physical Plant Heating & Gas; 30
Physical Plant service space; 284
Physics-Chemistry Bldg., 1st Unit; 80, 150, 172, 174, 228, 325
Physics Dept.; 16, 120
Poling hall; 7, 225, 275
President's office; 158
Publications office; 158
Rabbit control project; 308
Registrar's office; 121
Research Service buildings; 29
Resolution to Federal government, advance planning funds for Mechanical Engineering Building; 42
Resolution to Federal government, advance for final plans, Central Heating Plant addition; 255
Salary Savings Reserve; 29, 120
Sale of Braly estate property, Depoe Bay; 102
Seal property condemnation; 178
Secretarial Science; 120
Senior Class, 1958; 252
Smith-Lever funds; 260
Snell Hall, Margaret; 51
Soils-Agronomy Laboratory; 29
South Santiam Education & Research Project; 71
Steam Distribution System; 39, 94
Strand, President-Statement re Liberal Arts major; 187
Student Health Service addition; 326
Summer Institute for College Biology Teachers; 146
Summer Institute for High School Math. & Science Teachers; 146
Summer Session budget, 1959; 338
Swine Research building; 29
Television budget; 203, 260
30 Staters Club; 194
Utility Tunnel Construction; 39, 94, 172, 174
Utility Tunnel Extension; 175
Utility Tunnels, electrical installation in; 175, 177
Waldo Hall; 38, 93
Warm Springs Indians, agreement with; 136
Weatherford Hall; 225, 275
Women of Sackett Hall; 144
Women's Residence & Dining Hall; 38, 51, 54, 92
Written communications, training program in; 260
Yocum property purchase; 88
Zoology; 260

Oregon State Dental Assoc. Auxiliary; 346
Oregon State Elks Assoc.; 66, 68, 141, 291, 294, 297
Oregon State Grange; 303, 349
Oregon State Highway Commission; 194
Oregon State Medical Society; 343
Oregon State Nurses Assoc., District #13; 27
Oregon State Tax Commission; 194
Oregon State Unemployment Compensation Commission; 244
Oregon Strawberry Council; 146
Oregon Technical Institute; 370, 372, 375
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 116
Oregon-Washington Pythian Home; 102
Oregon Wheat Commission; 298
Oregonian, The; 187


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Pacific Coast Conference; 240
Pacific Intermountain Express Co.; 297
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 299
Pacific Power & Light Co.; 117
Pacific Supplies Corp.; 194
Part-time students enrolled in non-credit courses, charges for; 13
Patterson, M. F., Dental Supply Co.; 67
Payne Fund, The; 22, 297
Pendleton Assoc. of Teachers; 66, 254
Pendleton P.E.O. Chapter BJ; 291
Pendleton Rotary Club; 297
Pendleton Round-Up Assoc.; 149, 197, 349
P.E.O. Chapter CG, Medford; 303
P.E.O., Kellogg, Idaho; 111
P.E.O., Phoenix; 250
Peterson, A.V., Co.; 118
Peterson, Possi & Lent, Attorneys at Law; 247
Pfizer, Charles, & Co., Inc.; 24, 193
Phillips Petroleum Co.; 351
Phoenix Lions Club; 303
Pi Lambda Theta; 198
Pilot Rock Lumber Co.; 349
Pilot Rock P.T.A.; 291
Pioneer Flouring Mill Co.; 117
Pioneer Memorial Park Assoc.; 135
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.; 294
Portland Academy of Medicine; 24
Portland, City of; 9, 95, 147, 335, 354
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 143
Portland Garden Club; 198
Portland Gas & Coke Co.; 200
Portland General Electric Co.; 297
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc.; 143
Portland Home Economics in Education; 297
Portland Junior Chamber of Commerce; 254
Portland Milk & Ice Cream Distributors; 68
Portland Outdoor Store; 193, 295
Portland Panhellenic Assoc.; 292
Portland Rose Festival Assoc.; 27, 66, 141, 344

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Administrative Committee; 140
Applied Science major; 185
Arts & Science majors; 185
Bachelor of Arts degree; C75, C86, 2
Bookstore, Cooperative, in Student Center; 101
Bridge between Library & Classroom Buildings; 8, 95
Budget; P1, P10, P19, P87, 96
Budget addition for 2 new positions; 361
Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Building fee increase; 12
Business Administration major; 186
Calbreath property condemnation; 86
Chemistry Dept.; 49
Class of 1957; 71, 197
Classroom Building; 284
Classroom Building South; 82, 85, 173, 174, 199, 276
Condemnation of Calbreath property; 86
Condemnation of Safeway Bldg. property; 330
Coop Assoc.; 197
Cramer, John F., portrait of; 242
Curricular adjustments; C74, 184
Education; 156
Enrollment increase, budget additions for; 285
Federal government, resolution to for advance planning funds for Classroom Building; 82
Gartner property purchase; 53
General Maintenance & Equipment; 156
General Studies major; 186
Gifts; 27, 71, 116, 148, 197, 254, 302, 351
Heat & Gas; 156
Humanities; 156
Library; 152, 153
Library Building; 8, 81, 95, 133, 172, 174
Library Building addition; 177
Light & Power; 156
Mail & processing; 156
Master's degree in Teacher Education; 186
Mothers Club; 148
Music & Art major; 185
Old Main alterations; 49
Old Main rehabilitation; 177
Ordinance for construction bridge between Library & Classroom Bldgs.; 95
Parking facilities; 173
Pedestrian bridge between Library & Classroom Bldg.; 8
Personnel adjustments; B13, P70, 36, 124, 166, 215, 270, 321, 369
Physical Education facilities; 177
Physical Plant Service Building; 173, 176
Physics Dept.; 49
Placement Service; 156
Public Services; 156
Resolution to condemn Calbreath property; 86
Resolution to condemn Safeway property; 330
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds, Classroom Bldg.; 82
Safeway Building condemnation; 330
Science Building; 173, 174
Secretarial Science Dept.; 49
Shattuck School; 173, 176
Social Science Division; 156
State Hall, N.E. Unit; 176
State Hall, S.W. Unit; 177
Student Center, bookstore in; 101
Student Center budget addition; 61
Student Center Building; 95, 150
Student Center Addition; 326, 327
Student Center Bldg., agreement with A.V. Petersen Co. to remove piling; 118
Student Union fee; 12
Summer session budget, 1959; 338
Teaching Education, Master's degree in; 186
Water; 156

Portland Women of Elks; 143
Portland Women's Club; 143
Potlatch Forests Foundation, Inc.; 291
President's Report; 17, 63, 106, 138, 188, 240, 288, 342
Professional Engineers of Oregon, Auxiliary to; 194, 197
Provincial Library, Victoria B.C.; 20
Public Works plan preparation, agreement for; 217
Purdue University; 189

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Ralston Purina Co.; 250
Reader's Digest Foundation; 192
Red Raider Booster Club; 303
Regenstein, Joseph & Helen, Foundation; 299
Research Corporation; 25, 148
Research Facilities Branch of Nat'l Institute of Health; 128
Resolution for $3,226,000 Bond Issue; 56, 105
Resolution naming additional surplus property representatives; 356
Resolution on John F. Cramer; 65
Resolution on Leif S. Finseth; 64
Resolution on new conference alignment in intercollegiate football by OSC & U of O; 241
Resolution re Building Bonds, Series 1957 B ($1,100,00 issue); 236
Resolution re open Board meetings; 189
Resolution to condemn Safeway property, P.S.C.; 331
Resolution to condemn Seal property, O.S.C.; 179
Resolution to Federal government for advance for final plans, Central Heating Plant addition, O.S.C.; 255
Resolution to Federal government for advance for finals plans, Central Heating Plant & Service Bldg., OCE; 257
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds for Classroom Bldg., PSC; 82
Resolution to Federal government for planning funds for Mechanical Engineering Bldg., OSC; 42
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds for Science Bldg., U of O; 40
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds for Social Science Classroom Bldg., SOC; 43
Resolution to Federal government on amendatory loan agreement for 1957 $1,100,000 bond issue for EOC & SOC dormitories; 202
Riverside P.T.A.; 303
Robinson, Claude & Elizabeth, Foundation; 21
Rockefeller Foundation; 351
Rogue River Chapter, National Secretaries Assoc.; 303
Roseburg Business & Professional Women's Club; 303
Roseburg Elks Lodge; 292, 303
Roseburg High School Associated Student Body; 292, 296
Roseburg Rotary Club; 302
Rushlight, A.G. 7 Co.; 134
Ruson Laboratories, Inc.; 25, 68


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Sacajawea Hotel; 117, 149
St. Regis Paper Co.; 298
Salary adjustments for academic staff; 333
Salary ranges for academic staff; 182
San Ramon Valley Union High School P.T.A.; 292
Scappoose P.T.A.; 352
Schering Foundation, Inc.; 195
School District 13C, Polk County; 72, 221, 335
Scientific Research; 17
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 292, 297
Shell Companies Foundation, Inc.; 297
Shell Development Co.; 113
Shelton Realty, Inc.; 142
Sherman High School Booster Club; 352
Sherwood High School Mom & Dad's Club; 22
Shields, W.H., Construction Co.; 91
Sigma Xi; 253
Silverton Union High School P.T.A.; 352
Simplot, J.R., Co.; 113
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation, Inc.; 143, 146, 159, 192
Sly Report; 341
Smith, Barney & Co., & Associates; 104
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories; 25, 191
Social Science Research Council; 293
Social work school in Portland; 341
Soil Conservation Service; 196, 252
South Bend, Washington, High School; 71
South Eugene High School P.T.A.; 292
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 20, 292, 298, 302
South West Oregon Schoolmasters; 194

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Accrediting by American Assoc. of University Women; 19
Berry property purchase; 52
Britt Student Center; 276, 326
Budget; P1, P8, P20, P87, 96
Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Building fee increase; 12
Burgess property purchase; 52
Business office; 158, 359
Campus & grounds; 158
Campus boundaries extended; 52, 181
Catholic-Sallee property purchase; 132
Central Heating Plant; 65, 181, 284, 305
Classroom Building; 176
Commencement & Convocation; 158
Commons; 65, 181, 304
Curricular adjustments; C107
Dormitory for 152 students; 275, 281
Enrollment increase, budget additions for; 285
Federal government, resolution to for advance planning funds for Social Science Classroom Building; 43
Federal government, resolution to for dormitory loan; 202, 282
General instructions; 158, 359
Gifts; 149, 303
Growth studies research project; 309
Heating; 158
Humanities Classroom Bldg.; 176, 181
Hurst property purchase; 227
Janitorial; 359
Jones property purchase; 330
Library; 158
Light & power; 158
Master's degree in Secondary Education; C116, 2
Men's Dormitory; 65, 181, 200, 304
Nosler property purchase; 226
Peabody property purchase; 307
Personnel adjustments; B10, P65, 78, 168, 216, 272, 322
Peters property purchase; 329
Phillips property purchase; 72
Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 173, 176
Physical Plant Service Bldg.; 173, 176
President's office; 158
Publications; 158
Registrar's office; 158, 359
Resolution to Federal government, advance planning funds for Social Science Classroom Building; 43
Resolution to Federal government for dormitory loan; 202, 282
Roberts property purchase; 227
Science Building; 65, 181, 284
Science-Mathematics Hall; 176
Social Science Classroom Building; 43, 45, 85, 173, 174, 181, 199
Speech Arts Classroom Building; 176
Student Center; 276, 326
Summer session budget, 1959; 338
Susanne Homes Hall Dormitory alterations; 275, 281
Teacher Education Hall; 176
Visual Instruction Service; 158
Women's Dormitory; 328
Standard Oil Co. of Calif.; 26, 66, 67, 144

State Assoc. of U of O Women; 141
State Board of Education; 139, 182, 353, 370, 371, 372, 375
State Board of Education, Joint meeting with State Board of Higher Education; 139, 188
State Board of Health; 155
State Board of Higher Education, Joint meeting with State Board of Education; 139, 188
State Board of Medical Examiners; 30
State Bond Commission; 103, 236, 283
State Civil Service Commission; 98, 242
State Dept. of Agriculture; 113
State Dept. of Education; 69, 109
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 19, 230, 289, 339, 356
State Dept. of Planning & Development; 158
State Emergency Board; 19, 73, 308
State Highway Commission; 50
State Water Resource Board; 196
Stauffer Chemical Co.; 69
Steeck Electric Co.; 305
Stewart & Richardson, Architects; 276
Straus, John, estate of; 254
Strowbridge, Beatrice May, estate of; 68
Students, part-time, enrolled in non-credit courses, charges for; 13
Summer session board & room charges; 13
Summer session budgets, 1959; 338
Summer session contingency reserve, 1959; 338
Summer session workshops, 1958; P1, P87, 97
Supplies & equipment, all institutions, restoration of budget reductions in; 284, 359, 360
Surgical Sales, Inc.; 24
Surplus property representatives; 356
Sutherlin Lions Club; 191
Swede Basin Lumber Co.; 68, 298
Sweet Home Elks Lodge; 352


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Tax structure of state; 341
Teaching positions, reserve for added; 97
Tektronix Foundation; 245, 302, 352
Television, Classroom; 139, P86
Tennessee Valley Authority; 22
The Dalles City Junior Chamber of Commerce; 291
The Dalles Senior High School "D" Club; 298
The Dalles Senior High P.T.A.; 302
Tillamook Kiwanis Club; 26, 116
Tobacco Industry Research Committee; 192
Tradewinds Trollers, Inc.; 102
Tri City P.T.A.; 194
Triangle Lake P.T.A.; 349, 352
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 295
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 68, 111, 114, 298
Tucker, Max, Estate; 20, 292

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Union Carbide Chemicals Co.; 69
Union County; 132
United Ancient Order of Druids of California & Nevada; 298
United Daughters of the Confederacy; 292
United Fruit Co.; 113
U.S. Air Force; 142, 293, 345, 351
U.S. Army; 142, 147, 192, 299
U.S. Army Ordnance Corps; 20
U.S. Army Signal Supply Agency; 113
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; 16, 25, 112, 116, 142, 144, 197, 245, 345, 349
U.S. Borax Research Corp.; 351
U.S. Bureau of Land Management; 195, 298
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; 350
U.S. Children's Bureau; 157
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Marketing Service; 351
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Research Service; 22, 24, 69
U.S. Dept. of Air Force; 23
U.S. Dept. of Army; 23, 67
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 115, 125
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 136, 195, 252
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; 22, 113,
U.S. Forest Service; 113
U.S. National Bank of Portland; 22, 111, 193, 194, 250
U.S. National Bank of Portland & Associates; 103
U.S. National Commission for the United National Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization; 36, 37, 65, 110, 288
U.S. Navy Dept.; 147, 197, 301
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 25, 294, 347
U.S. Plywood Corp.; 349
U.S. Potash Co.; 22
U.S. Public Health Service; 21, 23, 26, 68, 70, 80, 115, 116, 142, 147, 151, 160, 191, 192, 193, 228, 242, 243, 244, 246, 247, 293,

295, 300, 324, 345, 346, 347, 351

U.S. Quartermaster Corps.; 69, 113
U.S. Soil Conservation Service; 69, 253
U.S. Steel Corp.; 253
University of Illinois; 301

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

Administration Bldg.; 176
Admission requirements for out-of-state students; 106
Aircraft transfer to by Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 125
Alumni Records; 360
Anthropology; 360
Architecture & Allied Arts; 259, 360
Architecture & Allied Arts Building addition; 176
Ashby property purchase; 226
Biology Dept.; 119, 260, 310, 360
Budget; P1, P3, P19, P87, 96
Budget, restoration of reductions in supplies & equipment; 285
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 119, 259
Building fee increase; 12
Bureau of Business Research; 344
Bureau of Educational Research; 360
Bureau of Municipal Research; 21, 66, 141, 308, 360
Business Administration; 259, 308, 360
Business office; 358
Cemetery property purchase; 135, 337
Central Heating Plant addition; 4, 224
Chapman Hall addition; 176
Chemistry; 360
Co-Ed Housing Alumnae; 244
Condensing equipment; 5
Condon Lectures; 308
Cooperative Store; 192
Counseling Center; 155, 360
Courtesy appointments; 367
Curricular adjustments; C4
Dental School (See Dental School)
Dormitory (Third); 6
Easement to City of Eugene; 152
Editor's office; 73, 203, 358, 360
Education; 360
Erb Memorial Union; 326
Faculty Office-Classroom Bldg.; 49, 173
Failing, Henry, Fund; 191
Federal government, resolution to for advance planning funds for Science Building; 40
Football, Board to be informed of decisions re conference alignment; 241
Ford Foundation study grant for civil service employees; 242
Foreign Languages Dept.; 28
Foreign Trade interests in Oregon; 158
Forest Products Management Center; 308
Geography; 360
Geology; 360
Gifts; 20, 66, 114, 141, 191, 244, 291, 344
Graduate Placement Service; 309
Graduate School; 154, 360
Growth studies research project; 309
Health & Physical Education School; 358, 359, 360
Heating & Power Plant addition; 176, 224, 307
Highway Right-of-Way study; 75
History Dept.; 308, 360
Horning property purchase; 151
Institute of International Studies; 310
Institute of International Studies; 310
Institute of Molecular Biology; 309
Inter-Fraternity Council; 114
International Studies, Institute of; 310
Journalism School; 360
Knowlton property purchase; 88
Late application fee; 12
Law Library; 360
Law School; 359
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Committee; 357
Liberal Arts College; 359
Library; 259, 358, 360
Library Building addition; 173, 174
Library, Gertrude Bass Warner Memorial; 358
Marine Biology Station; 176, 338
Married housing units; 88, 275, 281
Mathematics; 309, 360
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Dormitory #2; 37, 118
Men's Dormitory #2 named Joshua J. Walton Hall; 50
Men's Dormitory #3; 54, 89
Military & Air Science; 259
Military Classroom, Office Bldg.; 176
Molecular Biology, Institute of; 309
Mothers; 141
Museum of Art; 259, 360
Museum of Natural History; 360
Music Building addition; 176
Music School; 206, 360
News Bureau; 119, 259, 358, 360
Odd Fellows Cemetery; 135, 337
Operating Reserve; 154
Personnel adjustments; B1, P21, 32, 75, 122, 159, 207, 262, 312, 366
Physical Education Building, Men's addition; 39, 90
Physical Education Building, Women's; 176
Physical Education extension; 203
Physical Plant; 222, 305
Placement Service; 309, 360
Planning assistance to local governments; P86
Political Science Dept.; 308
President's office; 360
Ramey property purchase; 7
Registrar's office; 259
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds, Science Bldg.; 40
R.O.T.C. Armory; 176
Salary Savings Reserve; 29, 154, 359, 360
Science Bldg.; 40, 50, 84, 85, 199
Science Bldg., 2nd addition; 173, 174
Science Bldg. site study; 84
Sociology; 360
Speech Dept.; 155
Steen property purchase; 88
Storer property purchase; 28
Summer session budget, 1958; 259
Summer session budget, 1959; 338
Swimming pool, men's; 39, 284
Teacher Placement Service; 309
Telephone Exchange; 259
Television budget; 260
Transfer of aircraft to by Federal government; 125
Turbine generator; 5
Walton Hall, Joshua J.; 50, 118
Warner, Gertrude Bass, Library, Museum of Art; 259
Women's Physical Education Bldg.; 176

Upjohn Co.; 348
Urban Plumbing & Heating; 90, 91, 308
Utter, Fred B., Foundation, Inc.; 292

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Van Petten Lumber Co.; 117
Van Waters & Rogers, Inc.; 144
Vierani Family Fund; 24, 144, 348
Visual Aids Report; 108
Vocational-Technical Education Report; 353, 370, 371, 372


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Wade, R.M., Foundation; 68
Waddle's Restaurant; 117
Wagner, Nan M., estate of, sale of Court St. property; 102
Wallowa P.T.A.; 117, 303
Ward, Edward L., Jr., Memorial Fund; 292
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for War Orphans, Inc.; 68
Washington High School Associated Students; 292, 302, 348
Washington High School Girls League; 348
Washington-Oregon Alfalfa Seed Growers; 114
Washington State Elks Assoc.; 352
Watco Electric Co.; 222, 354
Ways & Means Committee, 1957 Legislature; 97, 183
W.B.A. Review #27; 71, 352
Wellesley Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; 292
West Coast Electronic Manufactures Assoc.; 144
Western Electric Co., Inc.; 298
Western Golf Assoc.; 66, 141
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education budget; P1, P12, P87, 97
Western Phosphates, Inc.; 69
Westinghouse Educational Foundation; 111
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co.; 117, 252, 292, 298, 349
Wick & Hilgers, Architects; 39, 91
Widmer Plumbing & Heating Co.; 14
Willamette River Days, Inc.; 292
Willamette University; 139
Williams-Waterman Fund; 253
Wilmsen & Endicott, Architects; 84
Women's Architectural League, Monterey Bay Area Chapter, Inc.; 292
Women's Auxiliary, Portland District Dental Society; 115
Woodrow Wilson P.T.A.; 302
Woodseed, Inc.; 253
World University Service; 292

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Yakima Nation Tribal Scholarship; 298
Young, John E., estate of; 24



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Zehntbauer Foundation; 298





















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