OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1960






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Abbott Laboratories; 86
Administrative Code:

Modification, Chancellor's authority; 327
Modification nonresident classification; 398, 453
Physical examination compulsory; 462
Revision of section on compulsory vaccination; 462

Admissions Report; 18, 330, 457, 488
Advance planning funds OSC Library; 4
Advance planning funds PSC Physical Education Building; 336
Advance planning funds PSC Science Building; 270
Advance planning funds UO Humanities Building; 272, 318
Affidavit of disbelief required by national Defense Education Act of 1958; 121
African-American Institute; 84
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 82, 478
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSC)
Agricultural Extension Services & Experiment Stations Committee; 202
Agricultural Research Foundation; 44, 82, 143, 233, 307, 371, 478
Air Force Aid Society; 420
Albany Altrusa Club; 426
Albina Engine & Machine Works, Inc.; 194
Alcoa Foundation; 80, 84, 88, 232, 479
All-Canada Insurance Federation; 471
Allegany P.T.A.; 304
Allstate Foundation; 237, 308
Alpha Gamma of Omega Nu Award; 362
Alpha Kappa Alpha; 373
Amalgamated Sugar; 308
Amchem Products, Inc.; 82, 424
American Assoc. of Collegiate Registrar's & Admissions Officers; 255
American Cancer Society; 86, 238, 239, 365, 472
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 239, 311, 368, 473
American Chemical Society; 416
American College of Musicians; 414
American Cyanamid Co.; 44, 234, 371, 424
American Dairy Assoc.; 425
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education; 239
American Heart Assoc., Inc.; 80, 369
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon; 149
American Legion Auxiliary, Dundee; 141, 416
American Marietta Co.; 232, 309
American Medical Assoc., Committee on Research; 311
American Medical Education Foundation; 132, 239
American Physiological Society; 237
American Potash & Chemical Corp.; 84, 414
American Society for Metals; 421
American Society of Medical Technologists; 86
American Trust Co.; 422
Anaconda Co.; 82
Anchorage High School Key Club; 471
Anchorage High School P.T.A.; 414
Annand, Boone & Lei, Architects; 390
Ansul Chemical Co.; 233
Applegate P.T.A.; 414
Arcadia Quarterback Club; 414
Army Relief Society; 471
Arnett's, Inc.; 68
Arnold, Gen. Henry H., Educational Fund; 420
Ashland High School Girls League; 242, 427
Asia Foundation; 84, 309, 415
Asphalt Paving Co.; 481
Associated General Contractors of America, Inc.; 368
Association of Governing Boards of State Universities; 399
Association of Oregon Countries, Inc.; 304
Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.; 80, 420
Astor, John Jacob, Branch Experiment Station; 71
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 80, 476
Astoria Marine Construction Co.; 194
Astoria Plywood Corp.; 232
Atlas Sheet Metal Works; 56, 402
Atomic Energy Commission; 48, 141, 232, 237, 311, 342, 369, 419, 472, 476
Ausland Construction Co.; 336
Autzen Foundation; 86, 415, 476

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Baier, L.S., & Associates; 194
Baker County "B" League; 53, 314
Baker Elks Lodge #338; 89
Baker Soroptimist International; 427
Balfour, L. G., Co.; 141, 476
Bandon Lions Club; 420
Bank of America; 421
Baroid Division, National Lead Co.; 80
Beane Scholarship Fund; 426
Bechtel Corp.; 304
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 141, 421
Benson Polytechnic High School; 420
Bertha Water District; 180
BestWay Building Center; 304
Beta Sigma Phi; 48, 239, 426, 480
Biennial Budget 1961-1963; 322, 393, 395
Biennial budget--Board by-laws changed to present in Sept.; 69
Biennial Building program 1961-1963; 256, 384
Biennial Building Program 1963-1965; 261
Biennial Building Program 1965-1967; 261
Birtchet, Myrtle, Memorial Scholarship; 426
Bloodworth & Hawes, Architects; 316, 318; 339, 445
Board Comptroller or Secretary authorized to inspect & accept buildings; 335
Board Meetings (Regular)

January 26, 1960; 1
March 8, 1960; 54
April 26, 1960; 162
July 26, 1960; 247
September 13, 1960; 315
October 25, 1960; 379
December 13, 1960; 444

Board Meetings (Special)

November 22, 1960; 439

Board of Education, American Baptist Convention; 84, 414
Board of Home Missions of Congregational & Christian Churches; 236
Board's By-Laws, amendment changing biennial budget presentation to Sept.; 69
Board's Land Purchase & Plant Rehabilitation Reserve; 13, 449
Board's Reserve for Emergencies; P1, P80, 92
Board's Reserve for Exploratory Phase of Directed Research; 342
Boise Lions Club; 476
Boeing Airplane Co.; 232, 243, 420
Bond Borrowing for self-liquidating building projects; 450
Bonds for higher education facilities (ballot measure #6); 184
Bond measure for state building program (ballot measure #8); 184
Bonneville Power Administration; 3, 477
Bradish, Norman C., Foundation; 45
Bridge Grade School Scholarship Fund; 421
Britt Memorial Scholarship; 414, 426, 471, 481
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 471
Brookings-Harbor High School & 1959 Senior Class; 52
Brookings-Harbor Lions Club; 88, 476
Brookings Plywood Corp.; 420
Brookings Rotary Club; 426
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.; 403
Budget 1960-61; P1, P78, 91, 391
Budget savings reserve due to decreased enrollments; 96
Building Committee; 1, 54, 105, 163, 247, 316, 380, 445
Buildings, Grounds & Capital Outlay; 23, 67, 126, 193, 269, 333, 402, 459
Bullitt Foundation, Inc.; 177, 314
Burgham, Don H., Co.; 53
Burns, Bear, McNeil & Schneider Architects; 54, 68, 107, 196, 249, 269, 316, 318, 320, 335, 339, 402, 445
Burns P.T.A.; 232
Burpee, W. Atlee, Co.; 80
By-Laws of Board, Amendment changing biennial budget presentation to Sept.; 69

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Cadillac Motor Car Division; 481
Calbag Steel Warehouse Co.; 402
California Oregon Power Co.; 363
California Pacific Utilities Co.; 53, 480
California Spray-Chemical Corp.; 143, 234, 425
Campbell Soup Co.; 141, 232, 368
Canby Kiwanis Club; 470
Carpenter Foundation; 242
Carter, Fred W., Co., Inc.; 69, 390, 405
Centralized Activities:

Board's Office; 211
Budget; P1, P13, P80, 92, 392
Personnel Adjustments; B50, 470
State Fair booth; 279

Central Oregon College, curricular changes 1960-61; C273, 17
Central Point Elementary P.T.A.; 426
Century Club; 141
Chancellor's authority broadened to approve personnel & budget adjustments; 327
Chancellor's Report; 21, 124, 190, 268, 331, 400, 458
Channel 7 Television; 338
Channel 10 Television; P79, 176, 338, 397
Chapman, R. H., & Co.; 7, 103, 404
Cheatham, Foundation, Julian N.; 51
Chemagro Corp.; 308
Chetco Rexall Drugs; 420
Chi Omega, Portland Alumnae; 146
Chrysler Corp.; 481
Church, Newberry, Roehr & Schuette, Architects; 127, 128, 194, 248, 403
Classroom Television Experiment; 280
Classroom utilization; 255
Clatskanie Union High School; 420
Cleveland High School Student Body; 45, 84
Climax Holybdenum Co.; 82
Coastal Adult Indian Education programs; 236
Coburg High School Student Body; 476
College Women's Club of the Rogue River Valley; 426
Collins Radio Co.; 368
Collins, Vern, Plumbing & Heating; 196, 403
Colyear Motor Sales Co.; 49
Cominco Products, Inc.; 143
Commencement Representatives; 121, 275
Commission of Public Docks; 311
Committee on Procedures; 18
Commonwealth Fund; 146
Communications, Petitions & memorials; 66, 124, 188, 331, 400
Community Television, Inc.; 176, 314, 338
Comptroller's Investment Report; 327
Condemnation Chellis property, OSC; 114
Condemnation Downing property, UO; 25
Condemnation Halvorsen property, UO; 405
Condemnation Hostetter property, OSC; 174
Condemnation Irvin property, UO; 115
Condemnation Marshall property, UO; 115
Condemnation Policies Committee; 131
Condemnation Shell Service Station property, OSC; 111
Condemnation Starkweather property, UO; 27
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 421, 427
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 420
Consolidated Freightways; 308
Consumers Power, Inc.; 4
Continental Can Co., Inc.; 43
Contractors Inc.; 55, 56, 335
Cooley Scholarship; 84
Cooperative Oil & Sully Co.; 234, 306
Cooperators-Milton-Freewater Beef Feeding Experiment; 82
Coos Bay Area Soroptimist Club; 415, 421
Coos Bay Area Zonta Club; 427
Coos Bay Kiwanis Club; 141
Coos Bay P.E.O. Sisterhood; 421
Coos County School Masters; 88
Coquille Teachers Assoc.; 313, 426
Corbett P.T.A.; 304
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 421
Cottage Grove Union High School; 415, 420
Counseling & Guidance Training Institutes Program; 21
Courtesy appointments; 136, 217, 284, 288, 352, 358, 412
Crater Lake Machinery Co.; 481
Creswell P.T.A.; 426, 427
Crocker, Betty, Search Scholarship; 421
Crown Zellerbach Corp.; 52
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 51, 86, 141, 150, 313, 362, 414, 422, 426, 471
Curricular Changes, 1960; 15
Curriculum Committee; 13, 31, 118, 185, 328, 457
Curry County Court; 143, 425

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Dairy Products Commission; 371
Dallas Elementary P.T.A.; 52, 426
Dallas High School; 420
Dallas Smileroo; 52
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War; 427
Davidson Industries, Inc.; 43, 232
Delta Kappa Gamma; 45, 89, 149, 242, 368, 415, 426, 471, 476
Delta Sigma Delta; 311
Dental School:

Administration & Stores; 214
Bacteriology; 214
Biostatistics; 343
Budget; P4, P21, P80, 92
Budget increases for increased enrollments; 392
Building repairs; 214
Business office; 214, 277
Clinical supervisor's office; 208
Commencement & Convocations; 277
Crown & Bridge Clinic; 277
Curricular Changes; C84
Dean's office; 277
Dental Clinics; P2, P14, P80, 92, 325
Dental Hygiene; 343
Eighth Floor alterations; 29, 55, 126
Exodontia Clinic; 208, 277
Gifts; 47, 86, 238, 311, 364, 418, 472
Illustration; 214, 277
Instructor of Dental Hygiene, establishment of position; 343
Janitorial; 214
Operative dentistry; 277
Oral diagnosis; 214
Oral diagnosis clinic; 208, 277
Oral pathology; 277
Oral pathology clinical laboratory; 131
Oral surgery; 278
Pedodontic Clinic; 208, 277
Periodontology Clinic; 208
Personnel Adjustments; P10, P36, 39, 76, 223, 295, 348, 467
Prosthetic Clinic; 277
Research laboratories & seminar rooms (8th floor); 29, 55, 126, 195
Salary savings reserve; 214
Staff liability insurance; 277
Student Activities Bldg.; 11, 64, 129, 196
Telephone exchange; 70
X-Ray Clinic; 277
Diamond Alkali Co.; 234
Directed Research, Exploratory Phase of; P1, P80
Disclaimer clause in Nat'l Defense Ed. Act of 1958, Resolution opposing; 188, 31
Division of International Education; 45
Doctor's Supply Co.; 48
Doernbecher Children's Hospital Guild; 87, 240
Dohrmann Hotel Supply; 390
Dormitory charges increased; 12, 341
Dormitory Committee meeting; 11
Dormitory construction, resolution authorizing application for $5,000,000 from U.S.A.; 452
Douglas County Home Extension; 232
Dow Chemical Co.; 304, 477, 478
Downtown Opti-Mrs. Club; 311
Drain Civic Club; 414
Drain Lions Club; 471
Drain P.T.A.; 149, 416
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E. I.; 368

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Eagles, Fraternal Order of; 84, 236, 471
Easement to Calif.-Pacific Utilities Co. for power poles on EOC campus; 339
Easement to City of Eugene for power lines, UO Stadium; 200
Easement to Eastern Ore. Natural Gas Co. across Umatilla Branch Station property; 30
Easement to Eugene Water & Electric Board, UO; 200
Easement to Harney Electric Coop. for lines across Squaw Butte-Harney Experiment Station; 201
Easement to Pacific Power & Light Co. across marine Biology land; 269
Easement to Portland General Electric Co. for pipe anchor guy, PSC; 200
East Linn Teachers Assoc.; 149, 426
East Side Rotary Club; 88

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Agriculture courses; 21
Alumni Records; 133, 209
Biology laboratory; 131
Budget; P1, P9, P22, P80, 92
Budget increases for increased enrollments; 392
Building repair; 133
Business office; 133
Calif.-Pacific Utilities Co., easement for power poles; 339
Campus & grounds budget; 133
Curricular changes; C139
Display cabinets construction; 209
Dormitory addition for 100 men; 260
Easement to Calif-Pacific Utilities Co. for power poles; 339
General instruction; 209
Gifts; 53, 89, 149, 243, 313, 427, 480
Hoke Hall addition; 28, 67, 131
Hunt Hall; 163, 385, 451
Library Bldg. addition; 262
Married Student Housing; 260, 385, 446
Men's Dormitory; 163
Personnel Adjustments; B40, P57, 229
Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 262
Pierce, Cornelia Marvin, Estate of; 480
Publications; 133
Registrar's office; 133
Science Bldg.; 262
Science-Mathematics Bldg.; 257
Street improvements; 110
Summer Session; 450
Wyatt property purchases; 321

Eastern Oregon Natural Gas Co.; 30
Eastern Star, Order of, Grand Chapter of Oregon.; 373
Eddy Bakeries, Inc.; 149
Edison P.T.A.; 309
Election of Board Officers; 268
Electric Club of Oregon; 476
Electric Corp.; 193, 390
Electrical Women's Round Table; 421
Electro Scientific Industries; 420
Electrochemical Society, Inc.; 232
Elgin P.T.A.; 243
Elk Lumber Co.; 365
Elks Nat'l foundation; 427, 471, 480
Emerick, Paul B., Co.; 197
Emory & Bohm Electric Co.; 23
Englewood School P.T.A.; 420
Eugene Branch of League of Women Voters; 124
Eugene Branch of Oregon Mothers; 414
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 46, 85
Eugene, City of; 7, 198, 200, 363, 383, 442, 443, 448
Eugene City of Panhellenic; 415
Eugene Lane Co. Association of Insurance Agents; 471
Eugene Mu Phi Epsilon Patronesses, Alumnae; 84, 415, 471
Eugene Phi Beta Patronesses; 84, 144, 471
Eugene Rotary Foundation; 414
Eugene Teachers Assoc.; 308
Eugene Television, Inc.; 144
Evans Scholars Foundation; 84, 236, 471
Everest & Jennings Manufacturing Co.; 474
Exploratory Phase of Directed Research; P1, P80

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Far West Conference in Intercollegiate Athletics; 190
Federal Communications Commission; 178, 338
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSC)
Federal Way Public Schools; 415
Fee Committee Meeting; 11
Fees increased; 11
Filbert Control Board; 371
Finance; 34, 69, 131, 205, 341, 409, 464
Finance Committee; 11, 63, 91, 176, 265, 322, 391, 449
Fine Arts Sterling Silver Co.; 304
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.; 362
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc.; 43
First Nat'l Bank of Oregon; 476
First Nat'l Bank of Oregon, counseling contract with for stock investments; 103
First Women's Christian Temperance Union; 309
Florists' Telegraph Delivery Assoc. Foundation; 421
Ford Foundation; 144, 280, 363
Forestry Fellowship Fund; 414
Fort Peck Indian Reservation; 476
Foundation for American Resource Management; 368, 371
Foundation for Instrumentation & Research, Inc.; 370
Foundation for Research on Human Behavior; 309
Franklin High School Dad's Club; 420
Fraternities & Sororities, racial discrimination; 19, 151
Freightliner, Corp.; 43
Friendly Rosenthal Foundation; 86, 147, 365
Fullerton P.T.A.; 141
Fund for Adult Education; 280
Fund for Advancement of Education; 309
Fund for Dental Education, Inc.; 47
Future Business Leaders of America; 304
Future Homemakers of America; 368

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Gardiner P.T.A.; 52
Geigy Chemical Corp.; 83, 371
General Extension Division:

Artist service; 278
Associate Dean & Director of Dept. of Audio-Visual Education Media, appointment of; 190
Budget; P1, P12, P80, 92
Clerical Exchange; 213
Correspondence Study; 213
Dean's office; 213
Duplicating services; 213
Gifts; 53, 89, 150, 243, 314, 374, 427
Illustrator; 70
Mail service; 132
Office & studio Bldg.; 258, 259
Personnel Adjustments; B47, B69, 42, 79, 140, 230, 302, 360, 469
Portland Extension Center; 213
Portland Public School District #1, special summer session institutes for teachers; 211
Portland Summer Session; 450
State-Wide Classes; 213, 280, 343
TV Instruction, Office of; 70
Visual Instruction Dept.; 34, 343

General German Aid Society; 242
General Motors Corp.; 45, 471, 481
General Obligation Bonds; 451
General Research; P1, P80
Georgia-Pacific Foundation; 314, 414
German Republic; 88, 314
Gift & Grant Report; 191
Gifts & Grants; 43, 80, 141, 232, 304, 362, 414, 470
Gilliam County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 146
Gilroy Rotary Club; 471
Glide Kiwanis Club; 414, 476
Gold Beach Rotary Club; 415
Grace, W.R., & Co.; 308
Grant High School Dads Club; 144, 232
Grant High School P.T.A.; 232
Gresham Union High School Associated Student Body; 309
Grolier Foundation, Inc.; 80
Grotefend, George, Scholarship Board; 476
Group Public Liability Insurance; P1, P80
Gunderson Bros. Engineering Corp.; 194

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Hamlin & Martin, Architects; 163, 381, 459
Hammond, Ross B., Co.; 320
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship; 414
Harder Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 56
Hardie, Waldo, & Son; 193
Harney Electric Coop., Inc.; 201
Haskins & Sells Foundation; 472
Healy Heights site for Television; 177
Heaton Steel & Supply, Inc.; 304
Henley High School P.T.A.; 88
Hennen & Vos Plumbing & Heating; 24
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 420, 427
Heppner School District #R-1; 427
Hertz, Fannie & John, Engineering Scholarship Foundation; 420
Hewlett, Jamison & Associates; 163
Hewlett-Packard Co.; 43
Hill-Burton funds; 464
Hill, Louis W. & Maud, Family Foundation; 44, 307
Hilliard, Roy A., & Associates; 402
Hills Chevrolet; 420
Hillsboro Elks Lodge; 480
Hillsboro High School P.T.A.; 88
Hillsboro Lions Club, Inc.; 43
Hillsboro P.T.A.; 414
Hillsboro Union High School; 420
Hillsboro Union High School Boys & Girls League Scholarship; 414
Holly Sugar; 308
Home Lumber & Supply Co.; 481
Hood River Eagles Lodge #2150; 422
Hood River P.T.A.; 427
Hope Chest Co., Inc.; 51
Hotel & Restaurant Employees & Bartenders International Union; 147
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 145, 163, 197, 318, 336, 362, 375, 389, 409, 428, 442, 450, 456, 460
Hyslop Agricultural Research Memorial; 476

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Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee; 425
Industrial Plumbing & Heating Co.; 64, 197
Inland Machinery Co.; 89
Inland Radio, Inc.; 314
Inspection & Acceptance of Buildings, Comptroller or Secretary of Board authorized to; 335
Institute des Parcs Nationaux du Conge Belge; 371
Institute of International Education; 45
Institute of Life Insurance for Family Finance; 85
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 11
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 11
Interinstitutional Selective Admissions Committee; 457, 488
International Minerals & Chemical Corp.; 234
I.C.A. Korean project; 71
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union Auxiliary #1; 414
Investment Report; 327
Iron Fireman Manufacturing Co.; 420

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Jackson County Bar Assoc.; 427
Jackson County, buildings transferred to; 252
Jackson County Court, deeding land to; 118
Jackson County O.E.A.; 88, 242
Jackson County Young Farmer Club; 420
Jacobs, Ralph & Adolph, Foundation; 141, 144
Jefferson County Division O.E.A.; 427
Jefferson Lions Club; 420
Jeppsen & Miller, Architects; 247, 318
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Medford; 426, 427
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Portland; 52, 368
Johnson, Mead, & Co.; 87
Johnston & Meloy; 269, 465
Joint Ways & Means Sub-Committee on Education, 1959 Legislature; 17
Josephine Growers Cooperative Assoc.; 143
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 414
Junction City P.T.A.; 362
Junction City Teachers Assoc.; 414
Junior Achievement of Portland, Inc.; 420
Junior colleges; 330

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Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp.; 232
Kaiser Foundation Northern Hospitals; 49
Kappa Pi; 232
Kelley, Grant, & Associates; 3
Kern County Land Co.; 420
Ketchikan Business & Professional Women's Club; 420
Klamath Billiards & Chuck Wagon Cafe; 481
Klamath County; 171, 380
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 304
Klamath Falls, City of; 380
Klamath Falls Kiwanis Club; 374
Klamath-Trinity Unified School District; 481
Klenzade Products, Inc.; 371

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La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 427, 471, 480
La Grande First Methodist Church; 314
La Grande F.O.E. Aerie #259; 89
La Grande Fruit Co.; 149
La Grande Observer; 243
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 313
Lakeside P.T.A.; 313
Land Purchases & Plant Rehabilitation Fund, 1960-61; P1, P80, 92
Land Purchases & Plant Rehabilitation Fund, 1959-1961; 110
Land requirement survey; 130, 165
Lane County; 363
Lane County Fair Board; 415, 420
Lane Co. "B" League Principals' & Coaches' Assoc.; 414
La Lomas High School; 420
Lawrence, Tucker & Wallmann, Architects; 23, 29, 55, 57, 108, 126, 195
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 368, 414
Lebanon Union High School Associated Students; 362
Lebanon Union High School Girls League; 52
Lederle Laboratories; 365
Legislative Fiscal Committee; 400
Legislature, 1961; 98, 455:

Amend. to change name of EOC & SOC; 99, 455
Amend. to change name of OSC; 99, 455
Amend. to exclude unemployment compensation coverage for employees in self-supporting high education activities; 100, 456
Amend. to exclude unemployment compensation coverage for students employed by public higher education; 100, 456
Amend. to law to contract without competitive bidding in connection with forestry research work; 99, 455
Amend. to permit payroll deductions for rental of parking spaces for vehicles; 101, 456
Amend. to raise bond borrowing ceiling; 99, 455
Amend. to repeal salary range of OTI director; 100, 456
Cemetery acquisition; 100
Repeal authorization Board to reorganize work to eliminate unnecessary duplication; 103
Repeal authorization to deed part UO campus to Eugene for auditorium; 101
Repeal law authorizing payment 1957 higher education appropriation to nonprofit education television corp.; 103
Repeal law establishing normal school fund; 103
Repeal law normal schools not to expend in excess of appropriations; 102
Repeal law providing segregation UO receipts; 102
Repeal law re disposal proceeds sale old Dental School; 101
Repeal law re payment of funds of OSC; 102
Repeal law re payment vouchers, Dental School; 101
Repeal law requiring segregation UO donations; 102
Repeal requirement # persons visit normal schools & report to governor; 102
Repeal requiring annual report to governor by UO & OSC; 101
Statutory changes; 99, 455

Longview Fibre Co.; 368
Lookingglass P.T.A.; 471
Lord Electric Co.; 167, 320
Losli Sheet Metal Works; 403
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 404, 440

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Madison High Dads Club; 51, 304
Madras Union High School; 420
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc.; 143, 425
Malheur County O.E.A.; 243
Malting Barley Improvement Assoc.; 372
Mannan Building Supplies; 49
Mapleton Lions Club; 415, 426, 476
Mapleton P.T.A.; 52, 426
Marcola Get Together Club; 471
Marion Electric Co.; 405
Marion-Polk County Medical Auxiliary; 147
Markle, John & Mary R., Foundation; 147
Married Student Housing Report; 446, 482
Marshfield Future Teachers of America; 304, 414, 420
Marshfield High P.T.A.; 422
Martinac, J. M., Shipbuilding Corp.; 194
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc.; 319, 402
McCloud River Lumber Co.; 476
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 145, 147
McKenzie High School Student Body; 471
McLaughlin Plumbing & Heating Co.; 402
McMinnville Rotana Club; 426
Medford Quota Club; 481
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon, Inc.; 191, 193, 240, 244
Medical School:

Administration Bldg., conversion for mail room & offices; 111
Alumni Assoc.; 49, 86, 146, 419
American Medical Education Foundation; 132
Anatomy; 278
Anesthesiology; 210
Bacteriology; 210
Budget; P1, P5, P21, P80, 92
Budget increases for increased enrollments; 392
Class of 1934; 49
Clinical Pathology; 278
Crippled Children's Division; P2, P17, P79, P80, 92, 266, 325, 396
Crippled Children's Division Bldg. Addition; 258, 263
Crohn, Frannie, Bequest; 86
Curricular Changes; C87
Dermatology; 210
Duncan, Malcolm M., Bequest; 473
Erkenbeck, Jimmie, Memorial; 474
Gifts; 48, 86, 146, 239, 311, 365, 419, 473
Hospital dietary budget; 343
Library budget; 278
Library Bldg. Addition; 258, 263
McKittrick Memorial fund; 147
Medical Examiners fees; 132
Medical illustration; 210
Medical Research Bldg.; 7, 249, 320, 400
Medicine; 278
Neuberger Memorial fund; 147, 240, 312, 365
Nurses quarters; 263
Nursing program; 15
Nursing students, undergraduate fee increase; 207
Ortschild, John Francis, Memorial fund; 87
Outpatient Clinic Bldg. addition; 263
Passmore, Elsie J., Memorial; 474
Pathological Service; 277
Pediatrics Laboratory; 210
Personnel Adjustments; B12, B37, 40, 76, 138, 223, 296, 350, 410, 467
Pharmacology; 210
Physical Plant Service Bldg.; 129, 274, 335
Physiology; 210
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech, Inc., lease; 266, 464
Public Affairs & Publications; 210, 278, 343
Registrar's office; 210
Student Activities Bldg.; 11, 64, 129, 196
Student Nurses Dormitory, room charges modified; 341
Teaching Hospital & Clinics; P2, P15, P79, P80, 92, 323, 325, 396
Telephone exchange; 210, 278
University State Tuberculosis Hospital; P2, P18, P79, P80, 92, 325, 396
Weldon estate bequest; 87
York residence sale; 131, 206, 207, 276
York, Sarch F., bequest to Doernbecher Hospital; 63, 131, 206, 276

Medo-Bel Creamery; 481
Medo-Land Creamery; 481
Meier & Frank Co.; 402
Memorial by UO Faculty re disbelief affidavit of Nat'l Defense Education Act of 1958; 121
Merck & Co., Inc.; 83, 419
Meyer, Fred, Foundation; 308
Milton-Freewater Beef Feeding Trial; 234
Mink Farmers Research Foundation; 372
Mobil Oil Co.; 471
Molalla Area Teachers Assoc.; 426
Monmouth Coop. Warehouse; 234
Monroe Union High School; 374
Monsanto Chemical Go.; 83, 143
Montgomery Electric Co.; 56
Moro Women's Club; 420
Morris, L. H., Electric Co.; 24, 58, 68, 108, 196, 403
Morrow County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 473
Mortgage on Travelodge of Oregon Motel; 176
Mortgages, Investment of funds in; 104
Motorola Communications & Electronics, Inc.; 338
Moty & Van Dyke; 481
Mt. Emily Division, Boise Cascade Corp.; 243
Mt. Hood Radio & Television Broadcasting Corp.; 314
Multnomah County Board of Commissioners; 480
Multnomah County Medical Society; 87, 415
Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc.; 369
Musicians' Mutual Assoc.; 362
Myrtle Point P.T.A.; 52

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

National Academy of Sciences; 239
National Association of Secondary School Principals; 416
National Assoc. of Social Workers, Oregon Chapter; 90, 124
National Council for Stream Improvement; 142, 143, 332, 369, 372
National Council to Combat Blindness; 240
National Defense Education Act; 21, 121, 188, 313, 331, 345, 480
National Federation of Post Office Clerks; 312
National Fund for Medical Education; 240, 475
National Institute of Mental Health; 309
National Institutes of Health; 121, 191, 193, 244, 311
National Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, Inc.; 419
National Merit Scholarship Corp.; 141, 236
National Park Service; 85
National Science Foundation; 43, 46, 80, 85, 88, 142, 144, 147, 214, 233, 237, 305, 309, 313, 362, 369, 373, 409, 416, 422, 425, 458, 477
National Turkey Federation; 307
Neah-kah-nie P.T.C.; 426
Neuberger, Richard L., Medical Education & Research Fund; 147, 240, 312
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 312
Newport P.T.A.; 52
Nolte Electric; 7, 404
Nonresident classification, modification of Administrative Code; 398, 453
North Bayside Grange; 88, 242
North Bend High School; 304
North Bend Junior High School P.T.A.; 471
North Bend High School Band; 420
North Salem High School; 422
North Salem High School Girls League; 414, 426
North Star Anchorage Kiwanis Club; 471
Northwest Association of Secondary & Higher Schools; 458
Northwest Canned Oyster Stew Committee; 45
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc.; 372, 421
Northwest Packers & Growers, Inc.; 479
Nutrilite Foundation; 421

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

Oakland Lions Club; 368
Oakland P.T.A.; 304
Oakridge High School Student Body; 422
Oberlin College; 304
Office of Institutional Research; 400
Officers, Board, Election of; 268
Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp.; 235
Olinger, J. E., & Sons; 420
Olsen, J. O., Manufacturing Co.; 336
ONC-SO CAL Scholarship Foundation; 421
Oregon Bulb Florist & Nursery Council; 83
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 52
Oregon City Senior High School; 421
Oregon Coast Veneer; 476

OREGON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS:

Alumni Assoc.; 313, 480
Alumni Records; 212
Audio-Visual Aids; 134, 342, 343
Budget; P1, P7, P22, P80, 92
Budget increases for increased enrollments; 392
Building repairs; 134, 212
Business office; 134
Campbell Hall, conversion space offices & classroom; 110
Center for Research on Teaching; 331, 332, 342
Central Heating Plant & Service Bldg.; 69, 129, 404
Classroom Bldg.; 262
Commencement & convocations; 212
Curricular changes; C112
Dads Club; 313
Dormitory for 150 students; 260, 317, 385, 445, 451
Duplicating Services; 212
Education & Psychology Bldg.; 134, 164, 212, 257, 262
Equipment replacements; 277
General equipment; 134
General student welfare; 212
Gifts; 52, 149, 313, 374, 426, 480
Land purchase; 212
Library Bldg. addition; 10, 164, 257, 262
Lincoln County Chapter Alumni Assoc.; 149
Migrant workers children, summer school for; 134, 207
Mothers club; 149
Music; 212
Northwest History Tour; 207
Off-campus student teaching; 134
Personnel Adjustments; B36, B54, 42, 140, 227, 299, 359, 413
Physical Education Bldg. addition; 257, 262
Prime property purchases; 388
Publications & Information; 134
Research Studies; 134
Student Center-Commons Bldg.; 69, 334, 390
Student Health Service Bldg.; 260, 385
Student welfare; 134
Summer Session; 450
Teacher In-Service Education; 134
Teacher placement service; 212
Teaching interns; 413
Todd, Jessica, Hall, remodeling; 128
Western Oregon Cooperative Speech & Hearing Clinic; 134
Winegar property purchase; 25

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc.; 43, 52, 84, 88, 141, 236, 242, 304, 313, 314, 471, 480
Oregon Council of Churches; 415, 471
Oregon Dairy Industries; 304
Oregon Education Assoc.; 247, 415
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 83, 307
Oregon Filbert Commission; 143, 307, 425
Oregon Fryer Commission; 372
Oregon Heart Assoc.; 87, 240, 474
Oregon Home Economics Assoc.; 421
Oregon Juvenile Court Judges Assoc.; 363
Oregon Legislative Interim Education Committee; 46
Oregon Nurses Assoc.; 89
Oregon Order of Rainbow for Girls; 421
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 415, 471
Oregon Pharmaceutical Assoc.; 124
Oregon Primate Research Center; 191, 193, 244
Oregon State Board of Dental Examiners; 364
Oregon State Board of Education; 363

OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Academic positions, elimination of; 20, 93
Accredited by Northwest Assoc. of Secondary & Higher Schools; 458
Acona, research vessel named; 195
Administration Bldg.; 262
Administrative Service; 279
Agency equipment; 208
Agricultural Economics-Information; 208
Agricultural Economics-Marketing; 279
Agricultural Engineering; 279
Agricultural Engineering Bldg.; 262
Agricultural Research & Extension; 323, 325, 396
Agricultural Research, Experiment Stations; P2, P20, P79, P80, 92
Alsea Basin Study; 35
ALWAC III Computer; 209
Anderson property purchase; 269
Animal Diagnostic Laboratory; 465
Animal Farm Maintenance; 208
Animal Husbandry; 279
Arpke property purchase; 254
Benton Hall rehabilitation; 110
Bicycle parking areas & racks; 169
Bonneville Power Administration--cost of obtaining power from; 3
Botany & Plant Pathology; 279
Brown property purchase; 407
Budget; P1, P6, P22, P80, 92
Business & Technology; 278
Business office; 133, 214
Buxton Hall; 334, 408
Campus boundaries; 59
Carlson, Julia P., estate of; 422
Central Heating Plant addition; 262
Computer Service; 209
Computing Center; 258
Condemnation Chellis property; 114
Condemnation Hostetter property; 174
Condemnation Shell Service Station property; 111
Cooperative Book Store; 403
Cordley Hall, 1st addition; 59, 257, 262
Cordley Hall, 2nd addition; 262
County agent-at-large; 279
County extension agent positions established in Columbia, Jackson, Lane, Tillamook, Washington & Yamhill countries; 342
Covert scholarships; 43
Curricular Changes; C25
Cutting property purchase; 321
Dads Club; 43, 141, 304
Dairy Farm maintenance; 208
Dairy Products Laboratory; 133
Dairying; 279
Director's Reserve; 279
Dormitory facilities planning; 316
Dormitory #4; 260, 385, 408, 451
Dormitory #5; 172, 334, 402, 408
Dormitory Service Bldg.; 54, 269
Dormitory sites approved; 171
Easement across Umatilla Branch Station property to Eastern Oregon Natural Gas Co.; 30
Easement to Harney Electric Coop. for lines across Squaw Butte-Harney Experiment Station; 201
Educational Activities Board; 422
Entomology; 279
Ewing property purchase; 198
Extension hall roof repairs; 169
Fair judging; 279
Family Life; 279
Farm Corps Dept.; 208
Farm Corps Experiment Station; 133
Farm Management; 279
Federal Coop. Extension Service; P2, P19, P79, P80, 92, 325, 396, 465
Finster property purchase; 333
Food & Dairy Technology; 208
Foundation; 43, 141, 149, 368
4-H Club Work; 279
Fruit & Vegetable processing; 279
Gifts; 43, 80, 141, 232, 304, 368, 420, 476
Greenhouses Service Bldg. rest room; 169
Heckart Scholarships; 43
Hill property purchase; 386
Home Economics School; 399
Home Management; 279
Home Management Duplex; 257, 262
Horse Farm maintenance; 133
Horticulture; 279
Hostetter property condemnation; 174
Huber property purchase; 333
Humanities & Social Sciences School; C7, 13, 18, 31
Industrial Engineering Bldg.; 262
Information; 279
Intercollegiate Athletic Board; 420
Jackson County pear decline research; 342
Jefferson Indian Extension work; 208
Jessup property purchase; 199
Jewell property purchase; 407
Landforce property purchase; 169
Library Bldg.; 4, 163, 197, 257, 259, 381, 459
Library Bldg. (old), rehabilitation; 262
Loe property purchase; 174
Malheur Branch Station; 133
Malheur potato project; 279
Married Student Housing; 105, 247, 318
Marrs property purchase; 333, 407
Mathematics; 209
McDonald fund; 326
Mechanical Engineering Bldg.; 59, 257, 262
Medford Branch Experiment Station, gift of buildings to; 252
Memorial Union Bldg. additions; 334, 403, 460
Milking Laboratory construction; 67, 339
Mills property purchase; 166, 254
Mines Bldg. roof repairs; 169
Morrow County extension work; 208
Mothers Club, Portland; 232
Mothers Club, Salem; 368
Nat'l Defense Education Act loans; 331
Naval Armory, moving of; 402
Northwest Economics Atlas; 34
Nuclear Center; 258
Nursery School Bldg.; 59, 257, 262
Oak Creek property, sale of; 253
Oceanographic Bldg.; 258
Oceanographic research ship; 1, 194
Operating reserve; 34, 214
Orhard Street paving; 169
Parking area; 169
Paving South 17th Street; 71
Pear decline research; 342
Pernot property purchase; 270
Personnel Adjustments; B16, B39, 36, 72, 135, 216, 281, 350, 411, 469
Pharmacy Bldg. addition; 124, 257, 262, 459
Pharmacy School; 70
Physical Education for Women Recreation budget; 71
Physical Plant Bldg.; 262
Physics-Chemistry Bldg.; 68
Physics-Chemistry Bldg. addition; 107, 195
Plan Service; 279
Political Science; 16
Poultry; 279
Poultry Marketing; 279
Poultry-Veterinary Bldg. remodeling; 208
Practice Houses; 59
Presidential Search Committee; 458
President's Office; 214, 278
Quonset Huts removal; 169
Radiation Safety Committee; 342
Rapraeger property purchase; 408
Recreation; 279
Rehabilitation projects; 169
Reiter property purchase; 270
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds, Library; 4
Resolution condemning Hostetter property; 174
Salary savings reserve; 212
Scabbard & Blade; 304
Senior Class of 1960; 233
Shell Service Station property condemnation; 111, 171
Sherman Branch Experiment Station; 214
Ship for Oceanographic research; 1, 194
Sidewalk installation north side Campus Way; 169
Skelton property purchase; 270
Smith-Lever funds, additional; 342
Soils; 208
Southern Oregon Branch Experiment Station; 117
Squaw Butte-Harney Experiment Station, Laboratory Bldg., Budget; 71
Staff liability; 279
S.I.A.C. Assessment; 279
State Unemployment assessment; 278
Student Health Service Bldg. addition; 2, 58
Summer Session budget; 450
Tillamook County Extension Work; 208
Transportation Research Institute; 331, 332, 340
Tunnels, Electrical Installation; 257, 262
Umatilla Branch Station, easement across to Eastern Oregon Natural Gas Co.; 30
Unclassified; 279
Unemployment assessment; 279
U.S. Forest Science Laboratory, lease for; 266, 326, 383, 455
Utility Tunnel System extension; 24, 257, 259, 262, 383
Visual Instruction; 279
Wallace property purchase; 270
Water Resource Institute; 331, 332, 341
West Hall; 172
West, Oswald, Hall; 334, 408
Western Forest Biology Laboratory; 266, 326, 383, 445
Wheeler County extension work; 208
Young property purchase; 408

Oregon State Elks Assoc.; 147, 365, 416, 473
Oregon State Employees Assoc.; 88, 415
Oregon State Grange; 480
Oregon State Medical Society; 147
Oregon Strawberry Council; 235, 307

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Administration Bldg.; 264
Alameda site; 170
Biennial Bldg. program, 1961-1967; 264
Budget; P1, P11, P23, P79, P80, 91, 92, 96
Buses; 380
Campus Roads, Walks & Parking Areas; 264
Classroom Bldg.; 264, 380
Curricula, 1960-61; C152, 16, 64, 118
Electronics Laboratory Bldg.; 264
Fees; 12
Gifts; 374, 481
Heat Exchanger Bldg. & boiler house; 380
Instructional Shops Bldg.; 265
Klamath County donation of land; 171, 250
Laboratory Bldg. & Offices; 380
Library Bldg.; 264, 380
Master development plan; 250, 264, 380
Nuclear Reactor Bldg.; 265
O'Connor site; 170, 250
Personnel Adjustments; B48, P64, 303, 361
Physical Education Facilities; 264, 265
Physical Plant Service Bldg.; 265
Salary scale for academic staff; 206
Science & other instructional laboratories bldg.; 264
Sewer connection to municipal utility; 264
Site selection; 170, 250
Symbiot resolution on agriculture courses; 188
Water distribution system; 264
Water reservoir; 264
Wells; 380

Oregon Trail Broadcasting, Inc.; 42, 427
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 416
Oregon Wheat Commission; 83, 425
Organization of American States; 421
Oswego City Panhellenic Assoc.; 414

P...P...P...P...P...

Pacific Cooperatives; 235
Pacific Intermountain Express; 476
Pacific Lions Club; 476
Pacific Power & Light Co.; 3, 24, 314
Pacific Power & Light Co., easement to across Marine Biology land; 269
Pacific Telephone Northwest; 147
Pacific Trailways; 481
Palm Springs High School; 476
Palo Alto Senior High School; 476
Paper Industry Management Assoc.; 368
Parke, Davis & Co.; 48
Payless Drug Store; 481
Pendleton Assoc. of Teachers; 427
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 427
Pendleton Grain Growers; 30
Pendleton Junior Chamber of Commerce; 415
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 89
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter BM; 426
P.E.O. Sisterhood, State Chapter; 427
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter; 421
Personnel; 36, 72, 135, 216, 281, 344, 410, 467
Petersen, A. V., Co.; 196, 402, 403
Phi Beta Patronesses; 415
Phillips Petroleum Co.; 45, 307
Phoenix Community Club; 427
Physical Examination for students; 462
Physical plant rehabilitation projects; 110
Physical plant use; 330
Pi Lambda Theta Alumnae Chapter; 415
Picker, James, Foundation; 240
Pierce, Cornelia Marvin; 480
Pilot Rock Lumber Co.; 84
Pioneer District #13 Garden Club; 141
Pioneer Flouring Mill Co.; 243
Pittsburg, Calif. Rotary Club; 45
Placement fees; 12
Plumbing & Heating Engineering Co., Inc.; 390, 405
Pooled Endowment Funds; 104, 327
Portland Academy of Medicine; 49
Portland Casting Club; 81
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech, Inc.; 266
Portland City Club of Alpha Gamma Delta; 415
Portland, City of; 168
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations; 241
Portland Garden Club; 89
Portland General Electric Co.; 200, 421
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc.; 312
Portland High School Curriculum Study School-College Advisory Committee; 18
Portland Home Economists in Education; 421
Portland P.E.O. Sisterhood, Oregon State Chapter; 415, 421
Portland P.E.O. Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter; 304
Portland Public Schools; 18
Portland Rose Festival Assoc.; 304

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Alumni Assoc.; 479
Bachelor's degree in applied science, etc.; 16
Boiler insurance; 215
Bridge & tunnel; 168
Budget; P1, P10, P23, P80, 92
Budget increases for increased enrollments; 392
Building repairs; 215
Business office; 134, 215
Campus boundaries; 251, 316
Classroom Bldg. South; 106, 167
Classroom Bldg. South, 1st addition; 263
College Center addition; 29, 56
Commencements & Convocations; 35, 215
Cooperative Assoc.; 373
Counseling & student affairs; 215
Curricular changes; C92
Dean of Faculty, Office of; 134
Easement to Portland General Electric Co. for pipe anchor guy; 2000
Education Division; 215
Faculty, Dean of; 280
Gifts; 51, 88, 148, 242, 313, 373, 425, 479
Gold property purchase; 388
Harder property purchase; 387
Insurance, public liability for bridge & tunnel; 168
Journalism; 70
Karafotias property purchase; 321
Library books; 215
Library Bldg.; 23
Library Bldg., 1st addition; 258, 263
Light & Power; 215
Mail service; 132, 215
Marshall property condemnation; 389
Mothers Club; 51
Old Main, additional electrical circuits; 111
Old Main, conversion library into classrooms; 111
Old Main, office space; 111
Operating reserve; 132
Parking facilities; 258, 263
Personnel Adjustments; B43, B59, 41, 77, 139, 225, 297, 359, 412, 469
Physical education; 16
Physical Education Bldg.; 258, 259, 263, 336, 460
Physical Plant Service Bldg.; 263
President's office; 35, 215
Public Services; 215
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds for Physical Education Bldg.; 337
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds for Science Bldg.; 271
Resolution on Stadium Freeway Route; 61
Restoration Fund assessment; 35
Salary Savings Reserve; 132
Science Bldg.; 251, 258, 259, 270, 316, 338
Science Bldg. addition; 263
Science Division; 133, 215
Social Science Division; 215
Social work, graduate school of; 328
Stadium Freeway Route; 60
State Hall addition; 263
Telephone exchange; 215
Tunnel & bridge; 168
Water; 215

Portland Women of Elks; 147
President's Report; 18, 66, 121, 187, 267, 331, 398, 458
Procedures Committee; 18
Professional Engineers of Oregon, Auxiliary to; 51, 242
Property purchase requirements; 130

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Radio Corp. of America; 338
Ralston Purina Co.; 368, 421
Ramsey-Waite Co.; 404
Rayonier Inc.; 476
Reader's Digest Foundation; 415, 416
Red Raider Booster Club; 88
Reeder's, Dick, Store for Men; 481
Reedsport Union High School Girls League; 427
Reedsport Union High School P.T.A.; 304
Research Corp.; 148, 417
Research, Directed, Reserve for Exploratory Phase of; 69
Research to Prevent Blindness; 312
Reserve for Exploratory Phase of Directed Research; 69
Reserve for General & Exploratory Research; 92
Reserve for Public Liability Insurance; 92
Reserve for Teaching Positions & Instructional Costs; 92
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds OSC Library; 4
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds PSC Physical Education Bldg.; 337
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds PSC Science Bldg.; 271
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Humanities Bldg.; 273
Resolution authorizing application for $5,000,000 loan for dormitory construction from U.S.A.; 452
Resolution condemning Chellis property, OSC; 114
Resolution condemning Downing property, UO; 25
Resolution condemning Halvorsen property, UO; 405
Resolution condemning Irvin property, OSC; 174
Resolution condemning Shell Service Station property, OSC; 111
Resolution condemning Starkweather property, UO; 27
Resolution memorializing Mrs. George T. Gerlinger; 189
Resolution #1 Channel 10 Television; 177
Resolution #2 Channel 10 Television; 181
Resolution on racial discrimination in sororities & fraternities; 20
Resolution on Stadium Freeway Route; 61
Resolution opposing disclaimer clause in Nat'l Defense Education Act of 1958; 188
Riddle P.T.A.; 427
Rinerson, L. E., Memorial Scholarship; 427
Ritter Co., Inc.; 86
Rockefeller Foundation; 368
Roseburg Business & Professional Women's Club; 421
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 414
Roseburg Rotary Ann Club; 476
Roseburg Rotary Club; 421
Roseburg Senior High School Associated Student Body; 415, 421
Roseburg Senior High School Girls League; 427
Roseburg Senior High School Nebo Scholarship; 471
Rushlight, A. G., & Co.; 23
Ruson Laboratories, Inc.; 241

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Sacajawea Hotel; 313
St. Helens Junior Chamber of Commerce; 84
St. Helens Order of Eastern Star; 368
Salary adjustments for academic staff; 395
Salary scale for academic staff; 205
Salem Classroom Teachers Assoc.; 415
Salem Soroptimist Club; 149
San Francisco Ordnance District; 306
San Mateo Associated Girl Students Scholarship; 45
Schrader Construction Co., Inc.; 67
Schroeder, Henry A., & Sons; 420
Schuss Wholesale Grocery Co.; 481
Scott Paper Co.; 149
Scott Plumbing Co.; 58, 319
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 362, 421, 471
Selective Admissions Report; 18, 330, 457, 488
Self-Liquidating Bldg. projects, bond borrowing for; 450
Senate Foreign Relations Project; 74
Shaw Stationery Co.; 481
Shell Companies Foundation; 421
Shell Development Co.; 45
Shell Oil Co.; 111, 171
Sherman Co. Historical Society; 141
Sherman High School Booster Club; 471
Sherwood High School Mom & Dad's Club; 144
Shields, W. H., Construction Co.; 108
Sigma Xi; 370
Silverton P.T.A.; 52, 426
Silverton P.T.A.; 52, 426
Simplot, J. R., Co.; 83
Sirianni Electric Co.; 197
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; 170, 246, 250, 317, 380
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 145, 308, 368
Small Business Administration Risk Management Research; 71
Smith, Ralph L., Lumber Co.; 421
Social Work School in Portland; 124, 185, 328, 400
Sons of Italy, Grand Lodge of Calif.; 476
Soroptimist Club, Huntington Park; 427
South Douglas Business & Professional Women's Club; 88
South Eugene High School; 303, 421
South Lane County Classroom Teachers; 52
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 43, 45, 141, 144, 149, 313, 415, 426, 481

SOUTH OREGON COLLEGE:

Athletic facilities; 385
Budget; P1, P8, P22, P80, 92
Building repairs; 211
Cady property purchase; 333
Campus boundaries expanded; 167
Cascade hall addition; 385, 386
Central Heating Plant, 1st addition; 257
Churchill Hall; 111
Conley property purchase; 166
Curricular Changes; C127
Desavedo property purchase; 11
Dormitory for 72 students; 385, 386
Gearin property purchase; 167
General Instruction; 211
Gifts; 88, 242, 426
Grandstand development; 385
Grubb property purchase; 408
Light & power; 211
Monroe property purchase; 108
Personnel Adjustments; B37, P55, 42, 79, 229, 300, 360
Physical Education Bldg. addition; 257, 262
Roberts property purchase; 255
Social Science Classroom Bldg.; 257
Tennis courts; 385
Training School; 211
Visual instruction; 211
Women's Dormitory; 274, 336

Southern Oregon State Bank; 232
Southern Wasco Soil Conservation District; 372
Southern Oregon Schoolmasters Assoc.; 415
Specialized Service Co.; 481
Sperry & Hutchinson Co.; 415
Spreckels Sugar; 308
Springfield, City of; 363
Stadium Freeway Route; 60
Standard Oil Co. of Calif.; 232, 304
Stanton, Boles, Maguire & Church, Architects; 389
State Assoc. UO Women; 308
State Board of Aeronautics; 314
State Civil Service Commission; 94
State Dept. of Education; 207, 416
State Dept. of Employment; 310
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 22, 95, 96, 322, 340
State Dept. of Planning & Development; 71, 238, 477
State Highway Commission; 60, 117, 129, 199, 333, 334, 363, 380, 407
State Highway Dept.; 60, 199
State of Oregon, Indian Education Program; 45
State of Oregon research gift; 235
State Public Welfare Commission; 90, 124
State Veterans Home Loan Bonds; 450
State's General Fund, reserve to revert; 391
Stauffer Chemical Co.; 83, 144, 235, 304
Steeck Electric Co.; 336
Stevens & Thompson, Engineers; 170
Stewart & Richardson, Architects; 106, 168
Stock Investments; 103
Stuart Mechanical, Inc.; 336
Summer Session budgets, 1961; 449
Summer Session Contingency Reserve, 1960; P1, P80, 92
Summer Session Contingency Reserve, 1961; 450
Summer Session fees raised; 11
Summer Session Workshops, 1960; 92
Surgical Sales, Inc.; 48
Surplus Property Representatives to be approved by Board Secretary & Chancellor; 340
Sutherlin High School Student Body; 421
Sutherlin Lions Club; 304, 415
Sutherlin P.T.A.; 88
Swede Basin Lumber Co.; 414
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 414
Sweet Home Union High School; 426

T...T...T...T...T...

Teaching laboratories utilization; 255
Teaching positions & other instructional costs; P1, P80
Tech-Craft, Inc.; 193
Tektronix Foundation; 50, 363, 373, 426
Television Channel 10; 176, 314
Tennessee Valley Authority; 45, 83, 144, 235, 307, 372, 479
Texaco, Inc.; 304, 421
The Dalles Business & Professional Women's Club; 420
The Dalles "D" Club Lettermen's Scholarship; 415
Tillamook Kiwanis Club; 149
Tillamook Teachers Assoc.; 52
Tobacco Industry Research Committee; 365
Todd, A. M., Co.; 143
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 474
Transicold Corp.; 144
Travelodge of Oregon Motel, Mortgage on; 104, 176
Tri City P.T.A.; 421
Triangle Lake P.T.A.; 45, 481
Trico "B: League of Coaches & Principals Assoc.; 362, 421, 426, 476
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 419
Tucker, Max D., Estate; 144
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 43, 84, 141, 415, 420

U...U...U...U...U...

Union Junior Women's Club; 243
United Daughters of the Confederacy; 84, 415
United Fruit Co.; 308
United Lumber Co., Inc.; 51
United Pacific Insurance Co.; 64, 69, 197, 390, 405
U.S. Air Force; 81, 310, 417, 477
U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research; 238, 310, 417
U.S. Air Force Wright Air Development Division; 241
U.S. Army Chemical Center Procurement Agency; 417
U.S. Army Chemical Research & Development Laboratory; 423
U.S. Army Engineers; 81, 477
U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Division; 241
U.S. Army Office of Surgeon General; 423
U.S. Army Ordnance Corps; 46, 238, 306, 370
U.S. Army Signal Corps; 306
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 252
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture--Agriculture Research Service; 83, 235, 372, 479
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry Research Division; 372
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Biological Sciences Branch; 84, 236, 373, 479
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service; 236, 425
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 80, 148, 313, 363, 373, 374, 422, 427, 458, 480
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 84
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; 84, 236, 308, 478
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Fish & Wildlife Service; 371
U.S. Dept. of State; 145
U.S. Forest Service; 82, 236, 266, 307, 479
U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest Range Experiment Station; 479
U.S. Nat'l Bank of Portland; 141, 184, 304
U.S. Office of Education; 85, 480
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 1, 46, 47, 49, 145, 194, 238, 309, 370, 417, 419, 423
U.S. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation; 145, 149, 362
U.S. Public Health Service; 9, 29, 44, 47, 50, 55, 58, 68, 81, 109, 126, 142, 146, 148, 149, 191, 195, 238, 239, 241, 306, 312, 320, 364, 365, 371, 373, 417, 418, 419, 423, 464, 472, 473, 475, 477
U.S. Quartermaster Corps; 142
U.S. Steel Corp.; 362, 372
United Truck Lines, Inc.; 425
University of Alaska Emblem Club Scholarship; 471
University of Alaska 4-H Club Scholarship; 471

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Able & Gifted Workshop; 211
Academic positions, elimination of 10; 98
Administration Bldg.; 263
Admissions office; 209, 277
Alexander property purchase; 63
Architecture & Allied Arts Bldg. addition; 263
Associated Students; 124
Beekman, Carrie C., bequest; 184
Biology Dept.; 131, 209, 210, 277
Bookstore, Cooperative, rental income from; 104, 109
Budget; P1, P3, P21, P80, 92
Budget increases for increased enrollments; 392
Bureau of Municipal Research & Service; 34, 132, 145, 362, 363, 409, 456
Business Administration School; 15, 209, 210
Central Heating & Power Plant addition; 257, 263
Chapman Hall addition; 263
Charter Day; 209
Chellis property condemnation, purchase; 114, 276
Chemistry; 34, 277
Clark, Roy Watson, estate of; 309
Co-Ed-Coops; 308
Commencement budget; 34
Condemnation Downing property; 25
Condemnation Halvorsen property; 405
Condemnation Irvin property; 115
Condemnation Starkweather property; 27
Condon Hall addition; 263
Counseling Center; 71, 278, 466
Curricular Changes; C55
Dean's office, Liberal Arts; 34
Densmore lot, sale of; 253
Dental School (See Dental School)
Development Fund; 84, 238, 310, 471, 472,
Dimm property purchase; 24
Disbelief, affidavit required by Nat'l Defense Education Act of 1958; 121
Dormitory #4; 127, 164, 193
Dormitory #5; 128, 164, 248, 260, 385, 451
Dormitory #6; 164, 260, 383, 385, 440, 448
Dormitory #7; 164, 260, 382, 385, 440, 448, 451
Downing property condemnation, purchase; 25, 276
Easement to Eugene Water & Electric Board for lines for power on stadium site; 200
Easement to Pacific Power & Light Co. across Marine Biology land; 269
Economics; 210
Editor's office; 209
Education Bldg. attic, faculty offices; 6, 134
Emerald Hall remodeling; 134
Employment Counselors Service Workshop; 211
English Dept.; 70
Erb Memorial Student Union addition; 260, 385
Failing-Beekman Prize Fund modification; 265
Failing, Henry, Fund; 308
Festival of Arts; 209
Foreign languages; 34, 70
Friendly Hall attic for faculty offices; 110
General library; 210, 277
General research; 210
Geography; 34
Geology; 34
Gifts; 45, 84, 144, 236, 308, 362, 414, 471
Graduate Research Laboratories; 214
Group dynamics for school supervisors workshop; 211
Halvorsen property condemnation; 405
Health & Physical Education School; 207
Health Service Bldg.; 260, 385
Humanities Bldg.; 257, 259, 272, 318, 389
Institute of International Studies & Overseas Administration; 69, 210
Institute of Molecular Biology; 210
Institute of Theoretical Science; 69, 210
Irvin property condemnation; 115
Journalism School; 277
Judkins property purchase; 129
Juvenile Court Workshop; 211
Lamb property purchase; 461
Leighton, Ralph Waldo, Pool; 30, 207
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Fund Committee; 463
Liberal Arts College; 34
Library budget; 34, 466
Library Bldg., 1st addition; 257, 263
Library Bldg., 2nd addition; 263
Married Student Housing project; 6, 334, 404, 440, 448, 260, 385
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Physical Education Bldg. addition; 263
Mental Retardation Workshop; 211
Metropolitan Park program; 199
Mothers, Coos Bay; 236
Museum of Natural History & Anthropology Quonset huts for; 276
Music Bldg. addition; 263
Music School; 210, 466
Office of Scientific & Scholarly Research; 409
Oregon Foreign Trade Interests Study; 71
Overgard property purchase; 67
Personnel Adjustments; B1, B24, 38, 73, 137, 217, 289, 344, 410, 467
Political Science Dept.; 131
President's Office; 209
Psychology; 34
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds Humanities Bldg.; 273
Resolution condemning Downing property; 25
Resolution condemning Halvorsen property; 405
Resolution condemning Starkweather property; 27
Salary Savings Reserve; 71, 131, 209
Science Bldg. addition; 57, 108, 193, 409
Science Bldg., 2nd addition; 257, 263
Science Bldg., 3rd addition; 263
Sociology; 34, 70
Stadium site; 199
Starkweather property condemnation; 27
Starr, Joseph K., estate of; 144
Statistical Laboratory & Computing Center; 347, 362
Stock property purchase; 460
Stout, William W., estate of; 21, 45
Student housing; 187
Summer Session budget; 450
Summer session registration fee for townspeople; 11
Swimming pool, men's; 30
Teacher Training; 209
Telephone exchange; 277
Television workshop; 211
Tillotson property purchase; 198
University-Eugene Symphony Orchestra Assoc.; 45
Urban Renewal planning projects; 409, 428, 442, 456
Ward, Flora, gift; 109, 409
Warfield property purchase; 387
Westmoreland Village; 6, 260, 385, 334, 404, 440, 448
Widmer, Margaret, gift; 109, 409
Women's Physical Education Bldg. addition; 263

Upjohn Co.; 49
Urban Plumbing & Heating; 167, 320
Utah-Idaho Sugar; 308

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V-M Corporation; 53
Valley Construction Co.; 338
Valley Farmers Coop.; 236
Valsetz Community Scholarship Committee; 421
Van Petten Lumber Co.; 313
Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church; 426
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 49, 312
Vik Construction Co.; 108, 193

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Wade, R. M., Foundation; 232
Wallowa P.T.A.; 243
Walterville-Leaburg P.T.A.; 415
Ward, Edward L., Jr., Memorial Scholarship; 471
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for War Orphans, Inc.; 415
Washington Wheat Commission; 236
Wayman, O. R., General Contractor; 167
W.B.A. Review #24; 427
West Coast Beet Seed Co.; 479
Western Boat Bldg. Corp.; 194
Western Electric Co.; 421
Western Electronic Manufactures Assoc.; 232
Western Farmers Assoc.; 307
Western Golf Assoc.; 84, 236, 421
Western Institute of Epilepsy; 312
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education budget; P1, P13, P80, 92
Western Phosphates, Inc.; 84, 479
Western Rod & Reel Club; 421
Westinghouse Educational Foundation; 141
Weyerhaeuser Co. Foundation; 141
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co.; 150
Weyerhaeuser Timber Foundation; 232, 415, 421
Whitehall Foundation, Inc.; 415
Willamina Union High School P.T.A.; 313
Willis Plumbing & Heating; 193
Wilmsen & Endicott, Architects; 6, 164, 382
Wilson High School; 52, 421
Wilson, Woodrow, National Fellowship; 45, 144
Wolff & Zimmer, Architects; 10, 164
Woman's Society of Christian Service, Oregon Conference of Methodist Church; 141, 149, 415
Woman's Architectural League of Oregon; 236, 362
Women's Auxiliary of McKenzie Willamette Memorial Hospital; 365
Women's Auxiliary of Multnomah County Medical Society; 420
Wood, Johnson & Rose; 319
Wy'east High School, Future Teachers of America; 426
Wy'east P.T.A.; 141

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Yakima Indian Agency; 144
Yakima Indian Nation; 84, 236, 308
Yoncalla Area Scholarship; 471
Yoncalla Lions Club; 420
Youel & Huffman; 7, 404

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Zonta Club; 313


















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