OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1964






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Abbott Foundation; 499, 558
Academic Affairs Committee; 173, 265, 267, 377, 612
Academic Staff employment, Administrative Code amendment; 36
Ace Electric Co. ; 22, 91
Administrative Code Amended:

Academic Staff employment; 36
Charges hospital patients, Medical School; 545
Delinquent student loans; 457
Educational radio & television; 508
Employment professional consultants; 117
Non-resident students; 45
Sabbatical leave; 46
Salaries, payment of, academic staff; 403
Traffic regulations; 403
Use student building fees & other income, bond service; 170

Admission policies; 459
Admission requirements; 351, 575
Advisory Committee for Graduate Engineering on Portland; 196
Afghanistan Contract Program; 630
African-American Institute; 64, 67, 125, 181, 271, 277, 387, 393, 558, 564, 623, 630
Agency for International Development; 67, 181, 277, 489
Agnew, S.A., Scholarship; 623
Agricultural Engineering Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Research Foundation; 67, 123, 178, 275, 391, 424, 499, 502, 569, 635
AID/Indonesian Programs; 630
Air conditioning buildings; 352
Air Force Aid Society; 564, 566
Air Force Central Welfare Fund; 566
Albany Altrusa Club; 630
Albany City Council Parent Teacher Association; 564
Albina Engine & Machine Works; 100, 217, 456, 531
Alcoa Foundation; 64, 271, 387
Allied Chemical Corp. ; 178, 635
Allison Electric Corp. ; 601
Allstate Foundation; 129, 627
Alpha Epsilon Iota Alumna, XI Chapter; 129
Alsea Lumber Co. ; 638
American Assoc. of University Women; 284, 630
American Business Women's Assoc. ; 175
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 71, 129, 398, 493, 628
American Chemical Society; 489, 571
American College of Radiology; 507
American College of Trial Lawyers; 394
American Cyanamid Co. ; 569
American Dairy Assoc. ; 569
American Dental Assoc. ; 493, 507
American Fund for Dental Education; 70, 397
American Hardboard Assoc. ; 178
American Heart Assoc. ; 398, 494
American Institute of Architects; 350
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Dundee; 119, 124, 132, 187, 271, 283, 402, 627
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, La Grande; 403
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Portland; 67
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Springfield; 558, 561, 570
American Legion Baseball Commission; 119
American Legion, Calvin Fund Post #32; 558
American Legion, Dept. of Oregon, Portland; 181
American Medical Assoc. ; 507
American Medical Assoc., Education & Research Foundation; 280
American Personnel & Guidance Assoc. ; 640
American Plywood Assoc. ; 480
American Poultry & Hatchery Federation; 570
American Rose Foundation; 569
American Rose Society; 124
American Society for Metals; 175
American Society of Civil Engineers, Oregon Section; 271
Annand & Boone, Architects; 30, 99, 322, 538
Annandale Kiwanis Club; 631
Anonymous Donor; 64, 74, 489, 571, 572, 623, 638
Ansul Co. ; 636
Applegate Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 571, 638
Architects, policy regarding employment; 350
Arlington Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 638
Army Relief Society; 124
Arnold, Gen. H. H., Educational Fund; 564, 566
Ashland Elks Lodge; 639
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 284, 572
Asia Foundation; 124, 393
Associated Oregon Industries; 499
Association of Governing Boards; 285
Association of Industrial Advertisers; 393
Astor, John Jacob, Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 124, 180, 637
Astoria Business & Professional Women's Club; 74
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 630, 638
Atlas Sheet Metal Co. ; 23
Atomic Energy Commission; 66, 75, 121, 172, 176, 184, 272, 279, 322, 395, 490, 501, 562, 594, 625, 628, 633
Audit Report; 412, 423
Ausland Construction Co. ; 432
Australian Cattle & Beef Research Committee; 630
Autzen Foundation; 175, 387, 393, 570

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

B Electric; 29
Bainbridge Scholarship Fund Found. ; 632
Baker Elks Lodge #338; 284
Baker Junior Chamber of Commerce; 67
Baker's Landscape Nursery; 455
Ballot Measure #1, $30,000,000 bond issue; 202, 246
Balsiger Motor Co. ; 71
Balzhiser, Seder & Rhodes, Architects; 365
Bandon Lions Club; 630
Bank of America N.T. & S.A. & Associates; 311, 314
Bank of Commerce; 623
Bankers Trust Co., 1st National City Bank, Joint Managers & Associates; 312, 315
Barnes & Hilgers, Architects; 595
Baroid Division, National Lead Co. ; 271
Barton, E.A., & Associates; 334
Baseball, Office of Commissioner, New York City; 124, 489
Basic Science Act; 405
Bate Plywood Co., Inc. ; 119, 271, 564
Bauer, Jim, Memorial Fund; 636
Beach, Agnes, Trust Fund; 558, 564
Bear Creek Orchards; 178
Bear, McNeil, Schneider, Bloodworth & Hawes; 10, 24, 111, 145, 155, 159, 218, 231, 322, 440, 528, 530
Beaverton County High School; 636
Beaverton High School; 623, 638
Beaverton Lodge #100, AF & AM; 571
Betchel Bros. ; 29, 347
Betchel Corp. ; 499
Belles of Beaverton Elks Lodge #1989; 185
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 387
Bennett College; 499
Benson Dad's Club; 630
Benson Polytechnic High School; 623, 636
Benson County Medical Auxiliary; 564, 636
Benton County Medical Society; 175, 387
Benton County Pomona Grange; 137
Benton County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 388
Beta Sigma Phi; 284, 494, 558
Bethel Education Assoc. ; 277
Biological Humanics Foundation; 562
Blecha Plumbing & Heating; 90
Blitz-Weinhard Foundation; 504
Blue Mountain College; 201, 515
Blue Mountain Lanes; 188
Blyth & Co., Inc. ; 499
Board By-Laws; 481
Board Committees; 60, 135
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 27-28, 1964; 1
March 9-10, 1964; 88
April 27-28, 1964, 140
June 9-10, 1964; 214
July 27-28, 1964; 318
September 14-15, 1964; 430
October 26-27, 1964; 526
December 7-8, 1964; 579

Board Meetings (Special):

February 19, 1964; 85
June 22, 1964; 306
July 8, 1964; 311
December 15, 1964; 647

Board of Education of the American Baptist Convention; 124
Board policies; 404
Board Procedures Committee; 60
Boeing Co. ; 499
Bohm Electric Co. ; 321
Boise Cascade Corp. ; 284, 499
Bond servicing, use of student building fees for; 170
Bonds for Higher Education Buildings ($30,000,000) ; 202
Bonds, Series 1964, $1,390,000 Community College & Education Center; 251, 314
Bonds, Series 1964, $12,180,000 Higher Education Facilities; 246, 311
Bonneville Power Administration; 64, 67, 124, 176, 178, 275, 391, 502, 566, 569, 635
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 30, 435
Bowling Proprietors' Assoc. of America, Inc. ; 630
Bridge Teachers Parents Organization; 387
Britt Memorial Scholarship; 558, 564, 572, 639
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 401, 636
Brookings Emblem Club #265; 639
Brookings-Harbor Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 636
Brookings Plywood Corp. ; 623
Brookings Rotary Club; 631
Brown, M. & Sons; 178
Bruun, Lorentz, Co. ; 529
Budget, Annual, 1964-65; 163, 366
Budget, 1963-64, reductions; 58
Budget, 1964-65, reductions; 58
Budget, Biennial, 1963-1965; 58
Budget, Biennial, 1965-1967; 459, 541, 647
Budget restorations; 215, 366
Building program, 1965-1971; 351, 597
Building program, 1965-1967, self liquidating; 358, 597, 598
Building program, 1967-69, 1969-71, self liquidating; 362, 597, 599, 600
Building program, 1965-1967, state funds; 355
Building program, 1967-1969, 1969-1971, state funds; 359
Bullitt Foundation, Inc. ; 606
Bumble Bee Seafoods, Inc. ; 175
Bunker Hill Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 401
Bureau of Advertising of American Newspaper Publishers Assoc., Inc. ; 126
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Nevada Indian Agency; 387, 564
Bureau of International Education; 277
Bureau of Land Management; 179, 392, 480, 635
Burleigh, Carey & Gooding; 285
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 271, 561, 630
Burpee, W. Attlee, Co. ; 119
Burton & Miller Vending; 284
By-Laws, Board; 481
Byron Co. ; 387

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C & B Livestock Co. ; 236
California Chemical Co. ; 392, 502
California Institute of Technology; 120
California-Pacific Utilities Co. ; 75, 221, 236, 572
Callison, I.P., & Sons, Inc. ; 123
Campbell Soup Co. ; 272, 503
Canby Kiwanis Club; 637
Capital Construction & Land Purchases, Self-Liquidating, 1965-1967; 358, 597, 598
Capital Construction & Land Purchases, State Funds, 1965-1967; 356
Capital Construction, Self-Liquidating, 1967-1969, 1969-1971; 362, 597, 599, 600
Capitol Junior Women's Club; 402, 639
Capitol Record Co. ; 566
Capitol Records Distributing Corp. ; 505
Carpenter Foundation; 67, 71, 74, 119, 124, 180, 181, 184, 187, 284, 402, 558, 564, 571, 572, 639
Carrick, John, & Son; 30, 454
Central Linn High School; 403
Central Oregon College; 201, 517
Centralized Activities:

Budget; P1, P13, P25, P86, 165
Division of Publications; 163
Personnel Adjustments; 557
Teaching Research Division; 467

Century Club of Women; 74
Century Club of Portland; 636
Chancellor's Report; 137, 202, 286, 406, 641
Chase Manhattan Bank; 312, 315
Chemagro Corp. ; 275, 392, 503
Chemeketa Lodge #1, I.O.O.F. ; 564
Chewings Fescue & Red Creeping Fescue; 179
Chuck Wagon Restaurant; 572
Churchill Tours, Inc. ; 74
Claggett, W.D., Mechanical Contractors; 99, 439, 529
Clark Equipment Co. ; 188
Clarke Electric Co. ; 365, 437
Clatsop College; 201, 518
Cleveland High School; 175
Coast Sash & Door Co. ; 101
Cohn, Jacob, Scholarship; 636
College Women's Club of Rogue River Valley; 639
Colleges for Oregon's Future; 76
Collins-McDonald Trust Fund; 387
Collins Radio Co. ; 567
Colton Alumni Assoc. ; 564
Columbia Hospital Women's Auxiliary; 570
Cominco Products, Inc. ; 569
Commencement Representatives; 117, 202
Committee on Technician Training of American College of Radiology; 507
Committees, Board; 60, 135
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 137, 286, 405, 641
Community College Committee; 201, 375, 481
Community College Courses; 515
Community Television, Inc. ; 606
Concrete industry, presentation to Board; 457
Condon Elks Lodge #1869; 185, 630
Confederated Tribes & Bands of Yakima Indian Nation; 624
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 630, 638
Consulate of State of Kuwait; 564
Continental Can Co., Inc. ; 120
Continental Coffee Co. ; 636
Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates; 321, 314
Contractors, Inc. ; 433
Cooley Scholarship; 124
Coordinating Council, Board of Higher Education & Board of Education; 202, 369
Coordinating Council for Graduate Study; 50, 200
Coos Bay Education Assoc. ; 638
Coos Bay Pirates; 565
Coos County; 571
Copenhagen, Inc. ; 456
Coquille Lions Club; 187, 284, 572, 623
Corbett Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 572
Cornell, Howland, Hayes, & Merryfield; 588
Corvallis Chamber of Commerce; 565
Corvallis, City of; 97
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 558, 565, 630
Corvallis Rotary Club; 176
Corvallis Soroptimist Club; 129, 561
Corvallis Women's Club; 119, 565
Cottage Grove High School; 565, 572
Cottage Grove High School Parent Teachers Club; 558, 565, 572
Council for Tobacco Research, U.S.A. ; 281
Council of Social Work Education, Commission on Accreditation; 412
Council on Dental Education of American Dental Assoc. ; 507
Council on Medical Education of American Medical Assoc. ; 507
Crater High School Girls League; 572
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 119, 175, 630
Crow Indian Agency; 387
Crown Zellerbach Cop. ; 129, 179, 401, 412
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 175, 181, 189, 398, 489, 499, 505, 506, 570, 623
Culture Club; 623
Culver Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 630
Curricula Committee; 43
Curricular Allocations & Institutional Guidelines; 173, 268
Curry County Court; 179

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Danforth Foundation; 277
Data processing equipment; 467
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War; 402
David Douglas High School Associated Student Body; 570
Dayton Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 638
Decisional Controls Associates; 638
Degree of Honor Protective Assoc. ; 489
Degrees; 117, 265, 376, 481
Delta Gamma 50th Anniversary Fund; 68
Delta Gamma Foundation; 558
Delta Kappa Gamma; 75, 119, 393, 401, 124, 284, 623, 630, 638

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Air Conditioning basement, ground, 1st, 2nd, 3rd floors; 357
Budget, P1, P5, P86; 165
Budget adjustments for enrollment; 548
Building Addition; 361
Building, 5th floor renovation; 357, 358
Building remodeling main floor for oral pathology; 233
Dental Clinics budget, P2, P18, P86; 166, 470, 476
Dental Clinics salary adjustment; 544, 545
Dormitory for Women Students; 529
Fitz Patrick, Louis J., Hall, Dormitory named; 28
Geridontics; 467
Gifts; 70, 129, 184, 280, 397, 561, 627
Personnel adjustments; 63, 118, 383, 483, 556, 621
Psi Omega Fraternity Building; 28
Student loans; 116

De Vlieg Machine Co. ; 499
Diamond Alkali Co. ; 179, 275, 392
Dickey, John, Art Award; 402
District 3-B Principals & Coaches Assoc. ; 571
Division of Continuing Education:

Audio-Visual Services Dept. Budget; 265
Budget, P1, P12, P25, P86; 59, 165, 375, 465
Capital Television Studio Equipment, Salem; 361
Continuation Center, Eugene; 361
Gifts; 75, 133, 189, 285, 403, 493, 506, 640
Northwest Natural Gas Co., easement near KOAP-TV; 605
Office & Educational Media Center Bldg., Corvallis Continuation Center; 356
Office & Studio Bldg., 2nd Add. ; 357
Personnel Adjustments; 622
Portland Continuation Center; 375
State Wide Services; 375
Student loans; 116
Summer Sessions budget; 368, 607

Doernbacher Hospital Guild; 281, 628
Dohrmann Hotel Supply Co. ; 23
Dormitory Charges 1965-66; 609
Dormitory Committee; 16, 609
Douglas County Home Extension; 387
Douglas Fir Plywood Assoc. ; 480
Douglas High School; 630
Dow Chemical Co. ; 124, 387, 503
Drain Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 630, 639
Duke Laboratories, Inc. ; 494
Duke University; 119, 387, 630
Dukehart & Kinne, Architects; 9, 154, 215, 586
Dunlee Corp. ; 121
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E.I. ; 276, 388, 392

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

Easement to California-Pacific Utilities Co., OTI; 221, 236
Easement to City of Corvallis for sewer, OSU; 97
Easement to City of Eugene for sidewalks, U of O; 334
Easement to G.R. Murphy for water pipe line, OSU; 235
Easement to Northwest Natural Gas Co. for land, DCE; 605
Easement to Pacific Power & Light Co., OSU; 98
Easement to Pacific Power & Light Co., OTI; 221, 236
East Side Rotary Women; 283

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Administration Bldg. Rehabilitation; 348, 356, 584
Alumni Assoc. ; 403
Athletic facilities; 362, 599
Budget, P1, P10, P25, P86; 165
Budget adjustments for enrollment; 548
Campus boundaries extended; 234
Campus plan, long-range; 234
Central Heating Plant Boiler; 359, 362, 599
Dorion Hall Addition; 28
Dormitory for men students; 362
Dormitory for women students; 362, 599
Easley property purchase; 242
Education Building; 359
Gifts; 75, 132, 188, 284, 402, 506, 572, 639
Graduating Class of 1963; 506
Hunt Hall 2nd Addition; 359, 600
Library Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 356, 591, 585
Master of Arts & Master of Science in Teaching; 617
Personnel Adjustments; 270, 386
Physical Education Bldg., Add. ; 359
Presidential Search; 264
Science-Mathematics Bldg. ; 346
Science-Mathematics Bldg. Air conditioning, Laboratory fixtures, paving parking area; 603
Student loans; 116
Summer Sessions budget; 607
Swimming pool; 362

Eastern Oregon Television, Inc. ; 285
Edmundson, Kochendoerfer & Kennedy; 441
Education Funds, Inc. ; 565
Education in Family Finance; 181
Educational broadcasting & television, administrative code amended; 508
Educational Coordinating Council; 116, 286
Educational Television budget; 467
Educational Television Subcommittee of Governor's Coordinating Council; 349
Educators Furniture & Supply Co., Inc. ; 157
Educators Manufacturing Co. ; 90, 320, 530, 593, 602
Election of Officers; 85, 404
Electric Club of Oregon; 630, 636
Electric Corp. ; 90, 99, 436
Electrical Women's Round Table; 387
Elgin Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 284
Elk Lumber Co. ; 494
Elks National Foundation; 623, 630, 639
Elmira High School Parent Teacher Club; 558, 632
Elmira High School Teachers' Assoc. ; 558
Embassy of Republic of Iraq; 565
Emerick, Paul B., Co. ; 99, 540, 601
Enloe Electric, Inc. ; 219
Enrollment estimates; 163
Enrollment report; 574
Enrollment, undergraduate; 203
Enrollments, budget adjustments; 547
Enterprise Lions Club; 639
ESCO Corp. ; 565, 640
Estarl Awards Committee of Grand Chapter of Oregon, O.E.S. ; 493
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 626
Eugene, City of; 334, 537
Eugene Education Assoc. ; 393
Eugene Panhellenic; 558
Eugene Register-Guard Twenty-Year Club; 67
Eugene Rotary Foundation; 558
Eugene Water & Electric Board; 437
Eugene Zonta Club; 559
Evans Scholars Foundation; 125, 277, 630
Ex-Newsboys' Assoc. ; 558
Executive Women's Club; 74

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Falk, Maurice & Laura, Foundation; 624
Falk's I.D. Store; 285
Family Counseling Service; 636
Federal Assistance to Higher Education; 369
Federal Communications Commission; 508
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Fee charges, 1965-66; 609
Fee charges revised 1964-65; 256, 366
Fee Committee; 16, 18, 609
Fee increase; 17, 166
Fernhoppers Endowment Fund; 175
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. ; 125, 277
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., Klamath Falls; 132, 388
First National Bank of Chicago & Associates; 312, 314
First National Bank of Oregon, Portland, Harris Trust & Saving Bank,

The Chase Manhattan Bank & Associates; 312, 315

First National Bank of Oregon, Tillamook; 631
First National Bank, Portland; 119, 130, 499
First National City Bank, Bankers Trust Co. -- Joint Managers & Associates; 312, 315
Fish Commission of Oregon; 276, 504
Flightcraft, Inc. ; 403
Flo Line, Incorporated; 86
Florence Rotary Club; 639
FMC Corp., Niagara Chemical Division; 276
Food & Drug Administration; 176
Ford Foundation; 181, 395, 490, 565
Ford Motor Co. Fund; 623
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 480
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 480
Fort Buckner Women's Club; 558
Fortin Foundation, Inc. ; 558
Frankfurt American Community Scholarship Assoc. ; 565
Franklin Dad's Club; 636
Franklin High School; 566, 636
Franklin High School Faculty; 638
Franks & Norman, Architects; 321
Fraternal Order of Eagles, La Grande; 188
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Memorial Foundation Fund; 119
Fraternal Order of Eagles, South Bend; 387, 631
Fraternities & Sororities, Discriminatory Clauses in Charters; 135
Freightliner Corp. ; 631
Friendly-Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. ; 129
Friends of the Museum; 559, 626
Fullerton IV Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 499
Fund for Advancement of Education; 395
Futterman, Harry, Fund, Inc. ; 69, 125

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Gamma Alpha Chi, Zeta Chapter; 68
Geigy Agricultural Chemicals; 276
Geigy Chemical Corp. ; 392, 569
General Electric Co. ; 47
General Electric Foundation; 559
General Foods Fund, Inc. ; 271, 631
General Motors Corp. ; 64, 67
General Services Administration; 235
General Services Co. ; 272
Georgia-Pacific Foundation; 119, 125, 175, 187, 189, 277, 558, 565, 571
Gerber Baby Foods; 632
Gerber Products Co. ; 635
Gift & Grant Report; 406
Gifts & Grants; 64, 119, 175, 271, 387, 489, 558, 623
Gifts & Grants, administrative policies; 51
Gillette Co. ; 632
Gilliam County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 132
Gilroy Rotary Club; 68
Glide High School; 67, 631, 639
Glide Kiwanis Anns; 631
Globe Furniture Co. ; 188
Goulding, W.P. ; 632
Governor's Coordinating Council; 202, 349
Graduate Education in Portland area; 46, 190
Graduate Engineering in Portland, Advisory Committee for; 196
Graduate students, resident & nonresident; 646
Graduate Study & Research in Portland, State System Center for; 198
Grand Chapter, Eastern Star, Portland; 402
Grand Chapter of Oregon, Order of Eastern Star; 506
Grand Guardian Council of Oregon, International Order of Job's Daughters; 489, 499
Grande Ronde Grain Co. ; 284
Grand Ronde Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 638
Grant County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 403
Grant High School; 636
Grant High School Dad's Club; 119, 401, 623, 636
Grants Pass High School; 572, 623
Grants Pass Public Schools; 124, 565
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 119
Grasle, W.R., Co. ; 23, 433
Greenough, Quentin, Inc. ; 218, 340, 528
Gresham Elks Lodge #1805; 119
Gresham Grade School Teachers Fund; 565
Gresham Junior Chamber of Commerce; 623
Gresham Rotary Club; 636, 637
Gresham Union High School; 387, 565, 636
Grinnel Co. of Oregon; 341
Guidelines; 44, 173, 266, 267, 377
Gyro Club of Wallace; 175, 271

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

Hal's Plumbing & Heating; 29
Hall, Don, Pharmaceutical Laboratories; 505
Hallmark Cards Inc. ; 623
Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates; 312, 315
Halvorson, Elling, Co. ; 22
Halvorson, H., Inc. ; 23
Hamilton Engine Sales, Inc. ; 132, 188
Hamlin & Martin, Architects; 6, 227, 323, 350, 450, 540, 596
HANNA Ladies; 572
Hansen, C.J., Co. ; 218, 341, 528
Harder Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 23
Hardie, Waldo S., & Son; 91, 594
Harris Trust & Savings Bank; 312, 315
Harvey Aluminum, Inc. ; 189
Haskins & Sells Foundation, Inc. ; 558
Haupert Tractor Co. ; 558
Hawaiian Mission Children's Society; 183
Hay, John, Fellows Program; 67
Health Professions Educational Assistance Act of 1963; 373
Health Services Report; 376, 414
Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation; 67, 393
Heating & Utility Costs, policy regarding; 350
Henley P.P.A. ; 572
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 572, 623
Heppner Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 75
Hermiston Elks Lodge; 565, 623
Hermiston Kiwanis Club; 623
Herrin, William F. & Alice , Trusts; 387
Hertz, Fannie & John, Engineering Scholarship Foundation; 119, 631
Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 22, 29, 234, 341, 347, 529
Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963; 50
Higher Education facilities, funds for; 369
Hill, Louis W. & Maud, Family Foundation; 276, 392, 503, 636
Hillsboro Aviation; 506
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 638
Hillsboro Union High School; 401, 636
Hood River Elks Lodge #1507; 185
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 12, 15, 20, 22, 59, 68, 94, 95, 111, 113, 125, 145, 152, 154, 161, 162, 181,

242, 323, 332, 357, 369, 395, 442, 452, 453, 471, 490, 507, 511, 532, 541, 560, 589, 592, 625

Housing for Single Students, Report; 156, 204, 206
Hoyt's, Byron, Sheet Music Service, Inc. ; 394, 636
Humble Oil & Refining Co. ; 276, 624
Hyster Co. ; 64

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

Idaho State Department of Education; 623
Illinois Valley High School; 572, 623
Incidental fee; 17
Industrial Forestry Assoc. ; 480
Inland Machinery Co. ; 572
Institute of Food Technologists; 175
Institute of International Education; 119, 181, 402, 489, 500, 623, 631
Insurance program, academic staff; 468
Insurance program, public liability; 260
Interinstitutional Fee & Dormitory Committee; 609
Interinstitutional Health Services Committee; 376
Interinstitutional Residence Classification Committee; 573
International Atomic Energy Agency; 565
International Business Machines Corp. ; 394
International College of Dentists U.S.A., Section; 493
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, Auxiliary #1; 572
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, Local 21; 565
International Office, University of Texas; 120
International Order of Job's Daughters; 505, 570, 572
Investment Report; 479
Iranium Embassy; 631
Iranium Students, Office of Minister in Charge of Cultural Affairs; 393

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Jackson County Education Assoc. ; 402
Jackson County Young Farmers Club; 631
Jackson Foundation; 75, 132, 393, 561, 623, 631, 637, 638, 639
Jacob, Philip & Gertrude M. ; 541
Jaycee War Memorial Fund; 565
Jefferson Lions Club; 638
Jeppsen & Miller, Architects; 30, 158, 450
John, B.P., Furniture Corp. ; 29
John's Greenhouse Supplies; 160
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 175, 499, 565
Joint Campus Program; 553
Jones Office Supply Co. ; 75
Joseph Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 188
Josephine County; 179
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 630
Junction City Education Assoc. ; 571
Junction City High School Girls League Assoc. ; 505
Junction City Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 402, 558
Junior Achievement of Portland, Inc. ; 637
Junior Achievement of San Francisco, Inc. ; 623
Junior Women of Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 402

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

Kamehameha Foundation; 558, 631
Kamehameha Schools; 119, 271
Kelley, Grant, & Associates; 24, 28, 91, 339
Ketchikan High School; 119
Kimberly Clark Corp. ; 64
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 387
Klamath Falls Soroptimist Club; 489
Klamath Rivers Compact Commission; 503
Knight, Richard C., Insurance Agency; 565, 631
KOAC-TV; 13
KOAP-TV & KOAP-FM; 605
KOTI-TV; 237
Kraus, Ezra R., Memorial Scholarship; 175
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates; 25, 91, 322, 338, 433, 450, 455, 604

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Laboratory Furniture Co., Inc. ; 433
La Grande Chapter, A.A.U.W. ' 403
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 402, 630
La Grande Fruit Co. ; 284
La Grande Junior Chamber of Commerce; 572
La Grande Kiwanis Club; 506
La Grande, Lions Club; 284
La Grande Observer; 284
La Grande Publishing Co. ; 403
La Grande Rotary Club; 284
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 402
Lake Washington High School; 565
Lamb Weston, Inc. ; 176, 271
Land purchases; 356, 358, 361, 363, 364, 598, 599, 600
Lane County Bank; 387
Lane County Chapter of March of Dimes; 181
Lane County Circuit Court ruling on A.G. Homann bid; 22
Las Cruces Schools; 499
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 489, 565
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 64, 558
Lebanon Union High School; 387, 393
Lederle Laboratories; 281
Legislature, 1963:

Legislative Interim Committee on Technological Employment; 48
Senate Joint Resolution 8 (Graduate Education on Portland Area) ; 46, 190, 509
Ways & Means Committee; 95

Legislature, 1965:

Annuity program academic staff; 372
Board members covered under Workman's Compensation; 372
Bond borrowing ceiling increase; 373
Deposit payroll checks with banks; 478
Group insurance academic staff; 372
Payroll deductions for parking space rental, campuses; 372
Student loan fund; 373

Lehnert Printing Co. ; 402
Lents Lodge #156, A.F. & A.M. ; 187
Lewis & Clark; 47
Libraria, Republic of; Embassy; 632
Library book loss charge increased; 18
Licensed Beverage Industries, Inc. ; 625
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 185
Liggett & Myers Co. ; 74
Lilly, Eli, & Co. ; 179, 503
Lincoln County; 33
Lincoln County Foundation; 631, 638
Lincoln School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 284
Link Foundation; 120
Lockhead MSC Management Assoc. ; 387
Longview Fibre Co. ; 499
Longview Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 22, 347
Lord Bros. Contractors, Inc. ; 433, 530, 601
Lord Electric Co., Inc. ; 530
Lower Umpqua Federation of Teachers; 402
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 25, 92, 221, 225, 438, 454, 533, 580

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MacLaren School for Boys; 645
Madison High School Dad's Club; 64, 132, 636
Madras Elks Lodge #2017; 623
Madras High School; 623
Malheur County Home Economics Extension Unit; 565
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc. ; 503
Malpractice liability insurance for fellows & research associates; 260
Mapleton Lions Club; 631
Mapleton Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 558, 565
Mapping Your Education; 163
Markham, Edwin, Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 637
Markle, John & Mary R., Foundation; 399
Marquess & Marquess; 323
Married Student Housing Report; 156, 204
Marshall, John, High School; 631, 636
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc. ; 30, 218, 429
McCune Foundation, Inc. ; 561
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 278, 281
McKenzie High School Student Body; 638
McKittrick Scholarship Fund; 387
McLaughlin Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 219
McMinnville Lions Club; 175, 631
McMinnville Rotana Club; 565
Mead Johnson Laboratories; 399
Medford High School; 64, 119, 271, 566
Medford Mail Tribune; 572
Medford Public Schools; 124, 559
Medford Rotary Club; 402, 558
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon, Inc. ; 146, 215, 427, 550, 586

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Allen, William F., Trust Fund; 71
Alumni Assoc. ; 563
Animal Farm donated by Medical Research Foundation; 146
Animal Farm improvements; 215, 586
Bookstore lease, Medical Science Bldg. ; 551
Budget, P1, P4, P23, P86; 165
Budget adjustments for enrollment; 548
Cafeteria facilities; 9
Central Heating Plant Add. Electrical Revisions; 603
Central Heating Plant Boiler; 455
Central Incinerator Plant; 357
Charges for hospital patients, administrative code amended; 549
Crippled Children's Division budget, P2, P16, P85; 166, 215, 366, 470, 472, 476
Crippled Children's Division salary adjustments; 544, 545
Devers Bequest; 371
Dormitory for Women, 7th floor completion; 364, 600
Dormitory for Women Students; 529
Ellis, Robert H., Estate of; 185
Friendly, Sadie A., Estate of; 562
Gifts; 71, 129, 184, 280, 398, 493, 561, 627
Goat breeding bldgs. ; 586
Graham, Jean E., Estate of; 129
Hallberg, Carl R., Estate of; 562
Hill, Helen H., Estate of; 185
Hospital fee schedule; 478
Indirect costs; 263
Lease with Multnomah Co. Hospital for parking area; 234
Library Bldg. Addition; 154, 356
Malpractice liability insurance for fellows & research associates; 260
Mathena, Charles C., estate of; 71
McGraw, Ruth Hayes, estate of; 399
Medical Science Bldg., 5th floor alterations; 357
Medical Science Bldg.,, ventilation improvements; 233
Multnomah Co. Hospital lease for parking area; 234
Outpatient Clinic Bldg. Add. ; 10, 356, 650
Parking Structure; 359, 596, 598
Personnel Adjustments; 63, 118, 174, 270, 383, 483, 557, 621
Physical Plant Bldg. dust collector; 233
Quarantine Bldg. ; 586
Rosenfeld, Abraham, estate of; 130
Rosenfeld, W.J., estate of; 562
Shackleford, Elizabeth J., bequest; 628
Shearer property sale; 458
State Tuberculosis Hospital; 97
State Tuberculosis Hospitals budget, P2, P17, P85, P86; 166, 470, 476
Student Health Service; 10
Student Loans; 116
Teaching Hospital Add. ; 95, 357, 441, 645
Teaching Hospital, 11th floor alterations; 159
Teaching Hospitals & Clinic budget, P2, P14, P85; 166, 215, 366, 471, 645
Teaching Hospitals & Clinic salary adjustments; 544, 545
Wasmer, Rudolph, estate of; 186
York, Sarah F., estate of; 458

Mellinger, Edward Arthur, Educational Foundation, Inc. ; 125, 558
Metals Research Foundation, Inc. ; 632
Metolius Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 637
Mills, Victor, Award; 284
Milton-Freewater Area Teachers; 572
Milton-Freewater Education Assoc. ; 181, 402, 623
Milton-Freewater Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 623
Milton-Freewater Rotary Club; 559
Milwaukie High School; 387
Milwaukie Rod & Gun Club; 64
Minden Construction, Inc. ; 321
Mink Farmers' Research Foundation; 503
Miss Corvallis Pageant; 565
Mitchell & McArthur, Landscape Architects; 595
Mobil Chemical Co. ; 276
Mockford & Rudd, Architects; 24
Molalla Union High School Student Body Assoc. ; 570
Monroe Union High School; 631
Monsato Chemical Co. ; 179
Montana State Dept. of Public Instruction; 623
Moore, C.C. & Co., Engineers; 456
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 312
Morris, L.H., Electric Co. ; 540
Morrison, Carl E., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 571
Morrow, Robert D., Inc. ; 90, 435
Mortgage, investment of pooled endowment funds in; 117
Mountain Copper Co., Ltd. ; 179
Mu Phi Epsilon, Beaverton; 570
Mu Phi Epsilon, Eugene Alumnae Chapter; 623
Mu Phi Epsilon Patroness; 125, 181, 558
Mu Phi Epsilon, Portland Alumni Chapter; 74
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 119
Multnomah County Commissioner; 234
Multnomah County Hospital; 234
Multnomah County Medical Society; 129
Musicians' Mutual Assoc. ; 489
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc. ; 131
Myrtle Creek Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 565
Myrtle Point High School Senior Class; 572
Myrtle Point Parent-Teacher-Student Organization; 565

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National Aeronautics & Space Administration; 494, 567
National Assoc. of Artificial Breeders; 179
National Assoc. of Home Builders Scholarship Foundation, Inc. ; 271
National Assoc. of Manufacturers; 641
National Assoc. Secondary School Principals; 623, 631
National Board of Medical Examiners; 405
National Council for Stream Improvement; 179
National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation; 185, 494
National Defense Education Act; 115, 373
National Foundation; 67, 181, 185, 398, 627
National Fund for Medical Educational; 399
National Honor Society, Diamond S Chapter; 187
National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases; 388
National Institute of General Medical Sciences; 388
National Institutes of Health; 152, 218, 586, 631
National Merit Scholarship Corp. ; 271, 277, 394
National Park Service; 127, 278
National Restaurant Foundation; 565
National Science Foundation; 55, 65, 68, 100, 111, 120, 126, 130, 145, 152, 160, 176, 182, 187,

217, 218, 272, 278, 281, 283, 284, 368, 388, 394, 401, 427, 492, 501, 561, 567, 626, 634, 637

Navy Wives Clubs of America; 565, 572
Nelson, Howard, Construction Co. ; 332
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc. ; 186, 398
New York World's Fair, Medical School Exhibit; 286
Newberg Rotary Club; 74
Newport Business & Professional Women's Club; 638
Newport Dock Co. ; 33
Newport, Port of; 33
Newspaper Fund, Inc. ; 395
Nickum, W.C. & Sons, Naval Architects; 217, 531
Non-resident students, Administrative Code amended; 45
North American Aviation, Inc. ; 125, 277, 489
North Eugene High School Associated Student Body; 277
North Eugene High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 67, 558
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc. ; 276, 503, 631
Northwest Natural Gas Co. ; 605
Northwest Nazarene College; 572
Northwest Packing Co. ; 175
Northwest Public Power Assoc. ; 503
Northwest Pulp & Paper Assoc. ; 504
Northwestern College of Law; 645
Northwestern Unit of Olympic Fur Breeders Assoc. ; 569

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Officers, Election of; 85, 404
Officers' Wives Club, Fort Ruckner; 565
Olin Manufacturing Co., Inc. ; 392
Olinger, J.E., & Sons; 565
OMARK Industries, Inc. ; 64, 175
Omicron Kappa Upsilon, Delta Chapter; 397
ONC Scholarship Foundation; 558, 565
Ontario Elks Lodge #1507; 185
Order of Eastern Star of Oregon, Mt. Olive Chapter; 75
Order of Eastern Star of Oregon, Portland; 558
Order of Rainbow for Girls, Verna M. Gray Memorial Scholarship; 572
Order of Sons of Italy in America; 570
Oregon Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation, Inc. ; 282
Oregon Association of Broadcasters; 626
Oregon Assoc. of Club Women; 504
Oregon Assoc. of Future Farmers of America; 631
Oregon Assoc. of Future Homemakers of America; 387
Oregon Cattlemen's Assoc. ; 172, 276
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 187
Oregon City Senior High School; 565
Oregon City Women of Elks, #1189; 185
Oregon Coast Veneer; 572, 623
Oregon Collectors Assoc. ; 623

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science & Bachelor of Arts in Education, Art Education & Music Education majors; 613
Budget, P1, P8, P25, P86; 165
Budget addition for videotape recorder; 162
Budget adjustments for enrollment; 548
Campbell Hall replacement; 30, 99, 581
Campbell Hall replacement, air conditioning; 603
Campus elementary school floor repair; 232
Campus elementary school fire alarm system; 539
Campus plan, long-range; 91, 533, 580
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg. ; 19, 366, 435
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg., air conditioning; 603
Dad's Club; 283
Dining Hall & Kitchen; 364, 600
Dormitory; 598
Dormitory #5; 89, 437
Dormitory #7; 362
Dormitory #8; 364, 600
Fine Arts Bldg. ; 360
Five-year baccalaureate program in Art Education for preparation of teachers; 613
Gifts; 74, 187, 283, 401, 505, 571, 638
Humanities & Social Science Bldg. ; 30, 98
Library Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 356, 589
Long-range campus plan; 91
Maple Hall; 581
Master of Arts in Teaching; 617
Medical technology program; 615
Personnel Adjustments; 488
Physical Education Bldg. ; 360
Physical Education Bldg. gym floor replacement; 232, 322, 538
Science & Mathematics Bldg. ; 323
Science & Mathematics Bldg. Add. ; 360
Science Laboratories & Offices; 323, 357
Scientific equipment, purchase of; 368
Senior Cottage; 581
Student Health Service Bldg. ; 30
Student loans; 116
Summer Sessions budget; 607
Todd, Jessica, Hall; 581
Utility Survey; 588
Veterans' Village; 581
Videotape recorder; 162

Oregon combined law enforcement council; 641
Oregon Conference of United Church of Christ; 187
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc. ; 67, 74, 175, 271, 277, 283, 401, 489, 499, 565, 570, 631
Oregon Council for Education on Politics; 284
Oregon Council of Architects, American Institute of Architects; 268, 555
Oregon Council of Churches; 308
Oregon Dairy Industries; 175, 631
Oregon Dairy Products Commission; 504
Oregon Education Assoc., Hermiston; 570, 572
Oregon Education Assoc., Lane County Division; 565
Oregon Education Assoc., Linn County Division; 565
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 179, 570
Oregon Farm Bureau Federation; 631
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. ; 119, 271, 631
Oregon Federation of Garden Clubs; 285
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 387, 637
Oregon Feed, Seed & Suppliers Assoc. ; 388, 584
Oregon Filbert Commission; 124, 392
Oregon Fish Commission; 273, 392
Oregon Graduate Center for Study & Research; 47
Oregon Heart Assoc. ; 130, 281, 495, 562
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 499
Oregon Horticultural Society; 388
Oregon Industrial Arts Assoc. ; 631
Oregon League for Nursing; 561
Oregon Liquor Control Commission; 569
Oregon Medical Assoc. ; 405
Oregon Nurses Association; 398, 561
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 125, 570, 623, 631, 639
Oregon Potato Commission; 504
Oregon Program; 120, 467, 556
Oregon Seed Growers League; 137
Oregon Sportswriters & Sportscasters Assoc. ; 565, 631
Oregon State Board of Health; 496, 624
Oregon State Elks Assoc. ; 130, 181, 185, 271, 562, 572, 624, 631, 638, 639
Oregon State Employees Assoc. ; 119, 187, 271, 285, 402, 624, 631, 638
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs; 499, 506
Oregon State Game Commission; 180, 276, 570
Oregon State Grange; 631, 639
Oregon State Grange Home Economics Clubs; 75
Oregon State Grange resolution re A.S. Flemming; 306
Oregon State Home Economics Extension Council; 387
Oregon State Society of American Metal Technologists; 132

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration Bldg. ; 356
Administrative Service; 260
Agricultural Chemistry; 259, 302, 552
Agricultural Economics Dept. ; 369
Agricultural Engineering; 552
Agricultural Engineering Bldg. Remodeling; 360
Agricultural Experiment Stations; 303, 370, 649
Agricultural Experiment Stations salary adjustments; 544, 545
Agricultural Research, Experiment Stations budget, P2, P21, P85, P86; 166, 259, 302, 368,

470, 474, 476, 552

Agricultural Sciences Bldg. ; 360
Agriculture Hall; 113, 215, 231, 341, 360, 366, 528
Alumni Assoc. ; 176
Alumni Science; 259, 303, 552
Animal viruses, research program on; 172, 367
Associated Women Students; 387
Auditorium & Playhouse; 360
Averill Farm lease; 146
Avery House; 333
Batcheller Hall; 333
Beach, Nellie J., Farm; 5, 25, 454
Board of Forestry, lease of land from; 339
Book Stores, Inc. ; 175, 388, 632
Botany & Plant Pathology; 259, 303, 552
Budget, P1, P6, P24, P86; 59, 165
Budget adjustments for enrollment; 548
Business Administration, Master's degree program in; 614
Calf virus; 215
Camp Adair Forest income invested Pooled Endowment Funds; 371
Campus development plan; 2, 79
Central Heating Plant Boiler; 598, 599
Chemistry Bldg. equipment replacement; 360
Cherry disease; 215, 367
Collins, Gertrude F., estate property, street vacation; 458
Community & Public Affairs; 260
Computer Bldg. ; 434, 603
Cooperative housing, low-cost student; 5, 227
Cooperative residences; 333, 358, 598, 599
Cordley Hall, 1st Add. ; 111, 145, 332, 356
Cordley Hall, 2nd Add. ; 356
Co-Signers, The; 387
County Extension Work; 260
Crew House facilities; 216
Dad's Club; 175, 565
Dearborn Hall Add. ; 360
Dixon House; 333
Dormitory & Cafeteria; 598, 599, 600
Dormitory facilities planning; 156
Dormitory #7; 439
Dormitory #8; 439
Dormitory #9; 155, 358
Dormitory #10 & Cafeteria; 359
Dormitory #11; 363
Dormitory #12 & Cafeteria; 364
Dunn Forest income invested Pooled Endowment Funds; 371
Eagy-Wells-Williams property purchase; 444
Earth Sciences Bldg. ; 360, 361
Easement to City of Corvallis for sewer; 97
Easement to G.R. Murphy for water pipe line; 235
Easement to Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 98
Eastern Oregon Branch Station; 259, 303
Educational Foundation; 176
Engineering Laboratory Remodeling; 360
Engineering, Master's Degree Program; 468
Entomology; 303, 552
Extension Agriculture; 260
Extension Information; 260
Extension Marketing; 260
Fairbanks Hall; 333
Family Study Center; 31, 356
Farm Crops; 259, 303, 552
Farm Crops Bldg., stair modification for sprinkling system; 232
Federal Cooperative Extension Service budget, P2, P19, P85, P86; 166, 259, 302, 470, 473, 476, 649
Federal Cooperative Extension Service salary adjustment; 544, 545
Feed Manufacturing Center; 584
$50 deposit new nonresident students discontinued; 17
Fish & Game Management Dept. ; 404, 552
Fisheries & Wildlife Dept. ; 404
Folk Club; 631
Food Science & Technology; 552
Food Science Bldg. Addition; 360, 361
Football team to Rose Bowl; 646
Forest Products Harvest tax; 114
Forest Research Laboratory; 114, 166, 259, 302, 552
Forest Soils Research; 302
Forestry Building; 360
Forestry Bldg. Remodeling; 360
Forest Experiment Station; 302
Forestry Science Research; 552
Foundation; 64, 68, 74, 119, 175, 176, 181, 187, 274, 276, 387, 499, 559, 565, 566, 571
Four-H Club Work; 260, 305
Genetics Institute; 189
Gifts; 64, 119, 175, 271, 387, 499, 564, 630
Glennie property purchase; 443
Golden, Esther L., estate of; 387
Greenhouse construction; 259, 303
Greenhouse construction, lease of land to U.S. Forest Service for; 587
Hathaway, Alice Simmons, trust; 374
Heating Plant Boiler; 356, 358, 360, 363
Home Economics; 260, 552
Horticulture; 259, 303, 552
Hydrology of Water Yield Prediction; 467
Indirect costs; 261
Infirmary; 333
Institute of Nuclear Science & Engineering; 189
Jacob property purchase; 541
Jefferson County Indian Work; 260
Johnson, Martin, Memorial Fund; 388
Jordan property purchase; 31
Kidder Hall; 333, 528
Kidder Hall air conditioning; 604
Lease from Board of Forestry for land; 339
Lease to U.S. Forest Service for Greenhouse construction; 587
Library Building; 434
Library Bldg., 1st Addition; 323, 357, 540
Library Bldg., 2nd Addition; 360
Library, old; 333, 341, 528
Long-Range Development Plan; 2, 79, 444
Low-cost student cooperative housing; 5
Lusk, Minnie C., estate of; 503
Marine Science Laboratory, Yaquina Bay; 22, 33, 202, 231
Married Student Housing; 598
McDonald Forest Income invested Pooled Endowment Funds; 371
McIntyre-Stennis funds; 259, 302
McKinney, Harding, Memorial Fund; 388
Microbiology; 552
Mines Building; 333
Mines Bldg. Remodeling; 360
Mitchell Playhouse; 341
Mitchell property purchase; 443
Mortar Board; 175, 387
Mothers Club, Klamath Falls; 631
Mothers Club, Lebanon; 565
Mothers Club, Portland; 271
Murphy, G.R., easement to for water pipe line; 235
Naming of Buildings; 333
Nordyke property purchases; 448
North Willamette Branch Station; 303
Nuclear Reactor Addition to Radiation Center; 357, 358
Nutrition Research Institute; 189
Oceanography Building; 157
Office & Educational Media Center Bldg., Corvallis Continuation Center; 350, 356
Ogle property purchase; 597
Oregon Forest Nursery; 339
Personnel Adjustments; 62, 174, 380, 485
Pharmacy Building; 338, 452, 602
Physical Education facilities; 25
Physical Plant Complex; 323, 360
Physical Science Building; 360
Plageman, Erna, Infirmary; 333
President's residence (old), sale of; 448, 533
Production Technology Building; 360
Production Technology Bldg., stairwell enclosure, fire alarm system; 232
Pyle property purchase; 538
Radiation Center budget; 467
Radiation Center Building; 64, 217
Radiation Center Bldg. Greenhouse; 219
Radiation Center Bldg., Nuclear Reactor Addition; 357, 358
Research vessel; 100, 202, 217, 531
Reserve base for forest research; 114
Right-of-way easement to Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 98
Road to Marine Science Laboratory; 33
Rosenfeld, W.J., estate of; 567
Rowing Crew facilities; 454
Russell property purchase; 147
Salary & wage Savings; 260
Scholl property purchase; 442
Senior Class 1964; 388
Sewer easement to Corvallis; 97
Simmons, Joseph E., trust; 374
Smith-Lever funds; 259, 304
Smith property purchase; 230
Soils Dept. ; 552
Southern Oregon Branch Station; 303
Squaw Butte-Harney Experiment Station; 259, 303
Statistics; 552
Stephenson property purchase; 31
Student Cooperative Housing Report; 229
Student loans; 116
Summer Sessions budget; 607
Swimming pool filter system replacement, Women's Bldg. ; 340
Swine barn replacement; 450
Taylor property purchase; 160
Umatilla Branch Station sales; 303
Umatilla County Reclamation; 260, 304
Utility Tunnel Electrification; 339, 436
Utility Tunnel Extensions; 340, 357, 359, 598
Varsity "O" Assoc. ; 532
Walters property purchase; 538
Water Resources Research Institute; 467
Whybark property purchase; 443
Wilt properties purchase; 532
Women's Bldg. swimming pool filter system replacement; 340
Women's Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 360
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Lab. ; 22, 33
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Lab. Dormitory; 359, 598
Yaquina, Research Vessel; 100, 202, 217, 531

Oregon Strawberry Council; 393

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Accreditation; 507
Advisory Council; 137
Auditorium; 535
Budget, P1, P11, P25, P86; 165
Budget adjustments for enrollment; 548
Built-In Furniture for Residence Hall; 101
Cornett Hall; 440
Dormitory Addition; 598
Easement to California-Pacific Utilities Co. ; 221, 236
Easement to Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 221, 236
Gifts; 75, 132, 188, 285, 403, 640
Instructional equipment; 357
Instructional Shops Bldg. ; 440
Laboratory Bldg. ; 440
Landscaping; 357, 455
Library Addition (Auditorium) ; 357
Library-Commons Bldg. ; 101, 535
Naming Buildings; 440
Old campus, release of title to; 235
Paving, planting & utilities supplement; 356
Radioactive Isotopes Laboratory; 346, 455
Residence for president; 230
Residence Hall; 101
Residence Hall Addition; 359
Semon Hall; 440
Site work; 346
Snell Hall; 440
Student Loans; 116

Oregon Transfer Co. ; 624
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 399, 403
Oregon United Nations Assoc., North Clackamas Chapter Student Fund; 561
Oregon, Washington, California Pear Bureau; 124
Oregon Water Resources Board; 113
Oregon Wheat Commission; 180, 504
Organization of American States, Pan American Union; 631
Orides Mothers; 180
Oxford Laboratories; 285

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Pacific Adhesive Co., Inc. ; 180
Pacific High School; 624
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 480, 570, 636
Pacific Northwest Range & Experiment Station; 393, 504
Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 98, 221, 236, 506, 570
Pacific Resins & Chemicals, Inc. ; 175
Paper Industry Management Assoc. ; 387
Parkrose Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 637
Patent Rights assign., P.R. Elliker & W.E. Sandine; 115
Patent Rights assign., Henry C. Fixott & Fran G. Everett; 479
Patent Rights assign., Michael Newton; 171
Patent Rights assign., A.L. Stone; 371
Patterson Plumbing Co. ; 432
Payne & Struble, Architects; 220, 592
Peace Corps. 395, 401, 491, 500
Pendleton East Oregonian; 394
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 185
Pendleton High School; 624
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 623
Pendleton Rotary Club; 572, 559
Pennsalt Chemicals Corp. ; 277, 504
PEO Chapter BN, Ashland; 284
PEO International Peace Scholarship Fund; 176
PEO Sisterhood, Chapter AD, Prineville; 571
PEO Sisterhood, Chapter BF, The Dalles; 565
PEO Sisterhood, Chapter CE, Newport; 638
PEO Sisterhood, Chapter CV, Umatilla; 624
PEO Sisterhood, Milton-Freewater; 119
PEO Sisterhood, Oregon State Chapter, Phoenix; 558, 561, 565, 572
PEO Sisterhood, Roseburg; 119
Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Corvallis; 631
Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Medford; 558
Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 132, 176, 624, 637
Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Salem; 187, 283
Pepsi Cola Scholarship Fund, Eugene; 624
Pequannock Township High School; 499
Personnel; 62, 118, 174, 270, 380, 482, 556, 620
Petersen, A.V., Co. ; 439, 530
Petroleum Research Fund; 490
Pfizer, Chas., & Co., Inc. ; 399
Pfizer Laboratories; 398
Phelps-Stokes Fund; 74, 125, 283, 284, 393, 624, 631, 637, 639
Phi Beta Patronesses; 125, 624
Phi Kappa Sigma; 393
Philomath Education Assoc. ; 387
Philomath High School; 393
Philomath Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 504
Phoenix Schools; 119, 124
Phoenix Senior High School; 393
Pi Lamda Theta; 393
Pickard, Ann R., Memorial Fund; 133
Pigott, Paul, Scholarship Foundation, Inc. ; 624
Pine Valley High School; 565
Pine Valley Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 403
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. ; 635
Pleasant Hill Student Assoc. ; 132
Police Science & Administration , resolution for courses in; 641
Pooled Endowment Funds, investment in; 371
Port of Coos Bay Commission; 637
Port Orford Rotary Club; 119
Portland Academy of Medicine; 399
Portland Cement Assoc. ; 457
Portland Chi Omega Alumnae; 282
Portland City Club; 192, 631
Portland, City of; 345, 359, 539
Portland Community College; 201, 519
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations; 281
Portland General Electric Co. ; 570
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc. ; 186
Portland Graduate Study & Research; 137, 378, 468, 509, 641, 650
Portland Home Economist in Education; 566
Portland Panhellenic Scholarship; 566, 624
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 68, 181, 187, 277, 398, 504, 561, 566, 637

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Accreditation Social Work School; 412
Air Conditioning College Center & Library; 25
Alumni Assoc. ; 637
Athletic Facilities, Outdoor; 359, 598
Bitar property purchase; 21
Boller property purchase; 449
Boundaries; 92
Buchwach property; 109, 345
Budget, P1, P7, P24, P86; 59, 165
Budget adjustments for enrollment; 548
Business Administration, Humanities & Social Sciences; 468
Business Office; 264
Cannon, Arthur, estate of; 571
Carney property purchase; 21
College Center Bldg. air conditioning; 25, 604
College Center Bldg. 2nd Addition; 23
Cooperative Bookstore Assoc. ; 227, 289, 401, 550
Couture property purchase; 34
Eberhart property purchase; 241
Electrical distribution system study; 28
Exchange of land with State Highway Dept. ; 586
$50 deposit new nonresident students discontinued; 17
Frances Manor Apts., lease of; 478
Gifts; 74, 132, 187, 283, 401, 504, 570, 636
Goldenberg property purchase; 242
Gustafsson property purchase; 34
Hallinan property purchase; 101
Houston property condemnation & purchase; 239, 333
Hummelfarb property purchase; 105, 161
Jaggar property alterations; 233, 321
Karafotias property purchase; 237, 333
Koumarelos property purchase; 538
Lambert, Robert G., estate of; 74
Library Bldg. Addition; 94
Library Bldg. air conditioning; 25, 604
Library West; 93, 356, 604
Library West Addition; 361
Marple property purchase; 21
Master of Arts in German; 613
MAT & MST programs; 468
McCann property purchase; 148, 449
Montegomery-Steinberg property condemn. & purchase; 103, 344
Mothers' Club; 187
Mulkey property purchase; 150, 532
National Electrical Contractors Assoc. property purchase; 34
Northwest Unit State Hall; 242
Old Main, fire alarm system; 233
Old Main Bldg. rehabilitation; 356
Old Main 219 conversion to Chemistry Laboratory; 233
Parking structure; 101, 216, 321
Parking structure addition; 363, 364, 599, 600
Parkview Hotel, fire sprinkler system & remodeling; 233, 321
Personnel adjustments; 270, 488
Physical Education Bldg. ; 345, 539, 586, 601
Physical Education Bldg. Add. ; 361
Physical Plant Service Bldg. ; 356
Physical Plant Service Bldg. Add. ; 361
Physical science areas, Master's program; 468
Registrar's Office; 264
Science Bldg. ; 49, 432, 604
Science Bldg. Addition; 361
Social Work School accredited; 412
Social Work School progress report; 643
South Park Hall Addition; 323, 356
State Hall, N.E. Unit; 356
State Hall, S.W. Unit; 361
Street vacation by City of Portland; 345
Student Health Service; 358, 598
Student loans; 116
Summer Sessions budget; 368, 607
United Presbyterian Church property condemnation; 107
Urban Renewal program; 447
Utility tunnel; 432
V & D Investment Co. property purchase; 345
Voertman property purchase; 86, 92
Windle property purchase; 34, 161
Zusman property purchase; 101, 161

Portland Summer Session, divided between PSC & DCE; 169
Portland Wholesale Lumberman's Assoc. ; 271
President's Report; 76, 135, 202, 285, 404, 509, 573, 640
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 68
Prinveville Elks Lodge #1814; 623
Prineville Medical Clinic; 624
Professional consultants, Administrative Code amended; 117
Professional Engineers of Oregon, Auxiliary of; 564, 570
Public Employees Retirement System; 373
Public Liability Insurance; 260
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard; 631
Pulp & Paper Industry; 480

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Rainier Union High School Girls' League; 571
Ralston Purina Co. ; 499
Ramsey-Waite Co. ; 437
Rannow, "Pop", Memorial Scholarship Fund; 636
Rayonier, Inc. ; 631
Readers Digest Foundation; 68, 625
Reed College; 47
Reed Institute; 572
Reedsport Union High School; 638
Rehabilitation projects; 1964; 232
Reid-Strutt Co., Inc. ; 580, 584
Republic Carloading & Distributing Co., Inc. ; 180
Research Contracts, Indirect Costs; 261, 649
Research Corp. ; 115, 371, 401, 479
Research gifts & grants, administrative policies; 51
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc. ; 399
Residence classification Joseph Lucas; 549, 573
Resident & non-resident students, committee; 646
Resolution approving completed final planning report Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg., OCE; 20
Resolution approving completed final planning report Library Bldg. Addition, Medical School; 154
Resolution approving completed final planning report Library Bldg., 1st Addition, UO; 451
Resolution approving completed final planning report Pharmacy Bldg., OSU; 453
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report Library Bldg. Addition, PSC; 94
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report Outpatient Clinic Bldg. Addition, Medical School; 12
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report Science Bldg. Addition, UO; 16
Resolution authorizing application advance for final plans, Cordley Hall 1st Addition, OSU; 112
Resolution authorizing application advance for final plans, Library Bldg. Addition & Alterations, EOC; 591
Resolution authorizing application advance for final plans, Library Bldg. Addition & Alterations, OCE; 589
Resolution authorizing application advance for final plans, Science Bldg. 2nd Addition, UO; 143
Resolution authorizing application advance preliminary plans, Library Bldg. 1st Addition, OSU; 330
Resolution authorizing application advance preliminary plans, Library, SOC; 243
Resolution authorizing application advance preliminary plans, Psychology Center &

Human Research Bldg., UO; 152

Resolution authorizing application advance preliminary plans, Science & Mathematics Bldg., OCE; 328
Resolution authorizing application advance preliminary plans, Science Bldg., 2nd Unit, SOC; 324
Resolution authorizing application advance preliminary plans South Park Hall Addition, PSC; 326
Resolution authorizing application advance preliminary plans State Hall, N.E. Unit, PSC; 244
Resolution authorizing application advance preliminary plans, Teaching Hospital Addition, Medical School; 95
Resolution, Bonds, Series 1964, $1,390,000 Community College & Education Center; 251, 316
Resolution, Bonds, Series 1964, $12,180,000, Higher Education Facilities; 246, 313
Resolution commending Allan Hart; 136
Resolution commending Wm. E. Walsh; 136
Resolution condemning Buchwach property, PSC; 109
Resolution condemning Drew Lamb-Lithia Lumber Co. property, SOC; 257
Resolution condemning Houston property, PSC; 109
Resolution condemning Hummelfarb property, PSC; 105
Resolution condemning Karafotias property, PSC; 237
Resolution condemning McCann property, PSC; 148
Resolution condemning Montgomery Steinberg property, PSC; 104
Resolution condemning Mulkey property, PSC; 150
Resolution condemning United Presbyterian Church property, PSC; 107
Resolution condemning Voertman property, PSC; 86
Resolution condemning Windle property, PSC; 35
Resolution condemning Wright-Johnson property, SOC; 133
Resolution condemning Zusman property, PSC; 102
Resolution requesting State Dept. Planning & Development provide planning assistance

Willamette River Basin; 369

Resources for the Future, Inc. ; 278
Reynolds Dad's Club; 636
Reynolds High School Teachers Assoc. ; 283, 638
Reynolds Metal Co. ; 64
Richards, Theodore, Scholarship; 284
Richland Junior Women's Club; 639
Ricketts Music Store, Inc. ; 624
Roberts, Gale M., Co. ; 365
Rockefeller Foundation; 68, 124, 181, 277, 500
Rogue Equipment Co. ; 68, 180, 572
Rohm & Haas Co. ; 277
Roosevelt High School Dad's Club; 637
Roosevelt High School Student Funds; 74
Roseburg Business Women's Club; 558
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 623, 630
Roseburg High School; 624, 639
Roseburg High School Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America; 566
Roseburg Rotary Ann Club; 631
Roseburg Rotary Club; 631
Roseway, Lions Club; 624
Ross Electric, Inc. ; 435, 602
Royal Arch Masons, Columbia Chapter #53; 639
Royal Esquire Club; 624
Royal Neighbor, The; 566
Royal Thai Embassy; 566

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Sabbatical leave, administrative code amended; 46
Sacajawea Hotel; 402
St. Helens Business & Professional Women's Club; 638
St. Louis Union Trust Co. ; 271
St. Regis Paper Co. ; 632
Salaries, academic staff, payment of; 403
Salary adjustments, academic staff, biennial budget; 541, 648
Salary adjustments, classified staff; 546
Salem Elks Lodge #336; 632
Salem General Hospital; 615
Salem Zonta Club; 175
San Jaoquin Delta College Student Assoc. ; 68
Sandy Business & Professional Women's Club; 401
Sandy Union High School Student Body; 639
Santa Ana Division, ITT Cannon Electric Inc. ; 499
Saudi Arabian Educational Mission; 277, 559, 632
Scappoose Union High School; 271, 566
School District #6, Central Point; 119, 124, 175, 181, 187, 402
Schur's Campus Bookstore; 227, 289
Scio Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 187
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 489, 566, 632, 637
Selenium-Tellurium Development Assoc., Inc. ; 180
Shannon & Wilson, Inc. ; 11
Shattuck School; 92
Shell Chemical Co. ; 635
Shell Companies Found., Inc. ; 271
Shell Development Co. ; 67
Shell Fellowship Committee; 566
Sherman Co. Scholarship Assoc., Inc. ; 74, 175, 187, 570
Sherwood Union High School; 132
Shields, W.H., Co. ; 602
Siletz High School Student Body; 489, 566
Silverton Union High School; 624, 632, 639
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 13, 93, 101, 141, 346, 433, 455, 535
Skyline Foundation, Inc. ; 639
Smith, Barney & Co., Inc. ; 312, 315
Society of Woman Geographers Trust; 499
Soroptimist Club of Coos Bay Area; 566
Soroptimist Club of Sitka; 624
South Eugene High School; 393, 624
South Eugene High School Axemen's Council; 630
South Eugene High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 624
South Lane Education Assoc. ; 64, 639
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 68, 176, 181, 187, 559, 566, 571
South Western Oregon College; 201, 521
Southern Oregon Broadcasting Co. ; 237

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Air conditioning Cascade Hall Dormitory Complex; 26
Arant property purchase; 342
Athletic Stadium; 363, 599
Bowman property purchase; 597
Britt Student Center Add. ; 359, 449, 598
Budget, P1, P9, P25, P86; 165
Budget adjustment for enrollment; 548
Campus plan, long-range; 6
Cascade Hall Dormitory Complex; 583
Cascade Hall Dormitory Complex, air conditioning; 26
Cascade Hall Unit E & Central Kitchen Dining Facilities; 593
Cascade Hall Unit F. ; 26, 159, 320
Cascade Hall Unit G. ; 26, 159, 320
Cascade Hall Unit H. ; 343, 358, 583, 598
Cascade Hall Unit I. ; 343, 358, 583, 598
Churchill Hall restroom remodeling; 233
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg. ; 342, 431
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg., air conditioning, site acquisition; 603
College Court Apts. ; 344
Curtis property purchase; 588
Dormitory; 359, 363, 598, 599, 600
Dormitory & Kitchen & Dining Facilities; 364
Drew Lamb-Lithia Lumber Co. property condemnation; 257
Gifts; 284, 402, 572, 639
Health Center Addition; 364, 600
Heating Plant Boiler & Steam Line renovation; 322, 356, 358
Heating Plant Bldg. Addition & Boiler; 360, 364, 598, 600
Heitkamp property purchase; 110
Library Building; 242, 356, 532, 596
Library Classroom Bldg. Remodel; 360
Library remodel. for language lab. ; 233
Lutheran Church property purchase; 588
Married Student Housing; 344, 359, 363, 364, 596, 598, 599, 600
Master of Arts & Master of Science in General Studies; 617
McCoy property purchase; 9
Music Building; 360
Paving roadway, Science Bldg. to Library; 233
Personnel adjustments; 557, 621
Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 356
Physical Plant Building; 360
Pine Hall remodeling; 233
Powers property purchase; 160
Rath property purchase; 231
Science Bldg., 2nd Unit; 323, 356, 592
Sidewalk construction; 233
Student Health Service Bldg. ; 219
Student loans; 116
Stults property purchase; 91
Summer Sessions budget; 607
Theater Bldg. ; 360
Threichler property purchase; 588
Wright-Johnson property purchase; 133, 230

Southern Oregon Conservation & Tree Farm Assoc. ; 480, 481
Southern Wasco County Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 119, 271
Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 636
Space use objectives; 351
Speech Pathology & Audiology, Joint Campus Program in; 553
Sperry & Hutchinson Co. ; 559
Spokane Bank for Cooperatives; 635
Standard Insurance, Inc. ; 479
Standard Oil Co. of California; 387
State Audit Bureau; 650
State Board of Census; 606
State Board of Control; 182, 403
State Board of Education; 120
State Board of Forestry; 339
State Civil Service Commission; 546
State Dept. of Agriculture; 180
State Dept. of Education; 201, 459, 572, 624
State Dept. of Employment; 279, 490
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 58, 544, 647
State Dept. if Planning & Development; 369
State Emergency Board; 99, 137, 172, 215, 218, 237, 256, 286, 320, 340, 343, 349, 366, 373, 434,

436, 461, 528, 604

State Fire Marshall; 113, 232
State Game Commission; 146, 442
State Highway Dept. ; 25, 98, 120, 161, 345, 442, 454, 500, 586
State Restoration Fund; 99, 152
State Retirement Law amendment; 468
State Tax Commission; 114
Stauffer Chemical Co. ; 271, 275, 277
Steeck Electric Co. ; 157, 320, 432, 529, 593
Stockton Advertising Club Scholarship; 68
Student building fees, use of for bond servicing; 171
Student loan funds; 115
Student loans, delinquent, Administrative Code amended; 457
Students, charges to; 575
Summer Session Contingency Reserve, 1964 P1, P86; 165
Summer Session fees reduced; 373
Summer Session Workshops, 1964, P1, P86; 165
Summer Sessions budget, 1965; 606
Summer Sessions, 4th Term; 467
Sunset High School; 132, 271, 394, 566, 624
Sunset High School Dad's Club; 559, 566, 570
Supplements; 79, 204, 289, 414, 511
Surgical Sales, Inc. ; 71
Sutherlin Jaycees; 64
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 623
Sweet Home High School; 624, 639
Sweet Home Rock & Mineral Society; 401
Sweet Home Union High School #2; 559

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Teacher Education proposals under new certification regulations; 612
Tech-Craft, Inc. ; 439
Tektronix Foundation; 74, 130, 490, 571
Tektronix, Inc. ; 72, 74, 403, 505
Television Channel 7, application for federal funds; 349
Television Channel 10, application for federal funds; 349
Temp-Control Corp. ; 433, 540
Texaco, Inc. ; 387
The Dalles Senior High School; 630
The Dalles Senior High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 632
Thurston Senior High School; 632
Tice Electric Co. ; 347
Tigard Chamber of Commerce; 137
Tile Council of America; 393
Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437; 185
Tillamook Rainbow Girls; 624, 638
Todd, A.M., Co. ; 124, 178, 393
Todd Building Co. ; 320, 437, 593
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 630
Tooele Chapter National Foundation; 624
Tou Velle Trust Fund; 559
Traffic regulations; 403
Treasure Valley Community College; 201, 523
Tri-County Athletic Assoc. ; 639
Tri Zeta; 284
Triangle Lake High School; 624
Triangle Lake Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 571
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 562
Tucker, Max D., Estate; 125, 181, 624
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 119, 176, 632
Tuition & Fee Charges, 1965-66; 610
Tuition & Fee Charges, revised, 1964-65; 256
Tuition & Fee increase; 17, 137, 215, 286
Tuition Plan of New Hampshire, Inc. ; 566
Turkish Embassy; 566
Turner Educational Trust; 75, 271, 285, 566, 572, 639

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Umpqua College; 524
Underwood Corp. ; 75
Unemployment Assessments Reserve, P1, P86; 165
Union Floor Co., Inc. ; 538
Union Junior Women's Club; 402
Union Usher Board; 559
United Arab Republic; 566
United Buckingham Freight Lines; 277
United Daughters of the Confederacy; 119, 566
United Fruit Co. ; 65
United Pacific Foundation; 125
United Presbyterian Church in U.S.A. ; 632
United Scholarship Service, Inc. ; 74, 187, 271, 283, 571
U.S. Air Force; 65, 127, 219, 389, 500, 633
U.S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; 68, 177, 181, 277
U.S. Army; 65, 123, 274, 399, 507, 632
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 500
U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Command; 628
U.S. Army Research Office; 69, 490, 633
U.S. Army Signal Corps; 123
U.S. Bureau of Budget Circular A-21; 56
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 274, 500, 570
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service; 504
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Animal Disease Parasite Division; 636
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry Research Division; 636
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Crops Research Division; 504
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service; 24, 67, 124, 180, 393
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmer Cooperative Service; 393
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Crops Research Division; 277
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service; 67
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 13, 68, 69, 74, 130, 180, 188, 235, 277, 284, 349, 402, 403, 427,

505, 507, 571, 640

U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare, Division of Water Supply & Pollution Control; 389
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare, Food & Drug Administration; 176
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare, Vocational Rehabilitation Administration; 127
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 500, 505, 567
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; 123, 236
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Indian Field Service; 636
U.S. Dept. of Labor; 560
U.S. Dept. of State; 505
U.S. Fish & Wild Life Service Employees; 494
U.S. Forest Service; 160, 393, 504, 587
U.S. National Bank, Portland; 64, 75, 119, 125, 132, 175, 176, 285, 387, 393, 397, 566, 623, 624
U.S. Navy Dept. ; 65, 274, 389, 400, 633
U.S. Office of Civil Defense; 189
U.S. Office of Education; 68, 127, 133, 181, 182, 220, 369, 395, 491, 560
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 65, 77, 278, 389, 628
U.S. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation; 182, 402, 625
U.S. Public Health Service; 66, 70, 72, 75, 111, 121, 128, 129, 131, 145, 177, 183, 184, 186, 274, 278, 280,

282, 283, 284, 390, 395, 398, 400, 433, 491, 493, 496, 502, 554, 559, 561, 563, 567, 627, 629, 633, 638

U.S. Sixth Army; 560
U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II; 566
U.S. Steel Foundation, Inc. ; 559
U.S. Treasury Dept. ; 632
U.S. Vocational Rehabilitation Administration; 491, 562
United Student Aid Funds, Inc. ; 115

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Accelerator in Infirmary; 172, 322, 337, 594
Administration Bldg. ; 357
Air conditioning report; 338, 604
Alumni Holding Co. ; 230
Animal Laboratory Addition; 360, 361
Architecture & Allied Arts Bldg. Addition; 360
Architecture School Alterations; 233
Beall, Robert V., bequest to; 115
Bean, Robert Sharp, Hall; 222
Behavioral Science Bldg. ; 360, 361, 363, 599
Budget, P1, P3, P23, P86; 59, 165
Budget adjustments for enrollment; 548
Bureau of Municipal Research & Service; 162, 181, 490, 507, 625
Business Administration, Master's degree program; 468
Business Administration, overseas program in; 614
Central Air Cooling Facilities; 450, 598
Central Cooling System, Phase I; 605
Classroom & Office Bldg. ; 360
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center; 356
Co-Ed Housing Alumnae Assoc. ; 559
Co-Ed Housing, Inc., Lease of Hendricks Hall Dormitory; 220
Continuation Center; 360, 363, 599
Cooperative Store, lease of Chapman Hall; 551
Culbertson bequest; 117
Dad's Club; 182
Dental School (See Dental School)
Development Fund; 68, 115, 310, 394, 424, 624
Dormitory; 359, 598
Dormitory Administration & Student Center Bldg. ; 363, 599
Dormitory Central Service Bldg. ; 364, 600
Dormitory #8; 223, 363, 599
Dormitory #9; 223, 363, 599
Dormitory #10 & Kitchen; 364, 600
Dormitory #11; 364, 600
Dormitory Service Bldg. ; 225
Easement to City of Eugene for sidewalks; 334
East campus urban renewal project; 537
Education Bldg. Addition; 360
Electrical distribution study; 24
Erb Memorial Student Union Bldg., 2nd Addition; 605
Failing, Henry, Estate of; 394
Field property purchase; 32
$50 deposit new nonresident students discontinued; 17
Flemming, A.S. Allegations against; 306
4 MeV Van de Graaff accelerator; 172, 322, 337, 594
Gifts; 67, 124, 180, 277, 393, 489, 558, 623
Handball & Tennis Courts; 359, 595, 598
Hansen, Camilla, estate of; 490
Health Service Bldg. remodeling; 172
Heating Plant Addition; 24, 90
Hendricks Hall Dormitory, Lease to Co-Ed Housing, Inc. ; 220
Huey property purchase; 533
Indirect costs; 262
Infirmary, accelerator in; 172, 322, 337, 594
Law School in Portland; 645
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Fund; 268, 555
Library Bldg., 1st Add. ; 450, 539, 605
Low costs housing study; 221
Marine Biology Laboratory Bldg. ; 356, 357
Marine Biology Laboratory Dormitory; 363, 599
Married Student Housing; 363, 364, 599, 600
Master of Urban Planning; C57
McArthur Court fire sprinkling system & remodeling; 233, 323
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Physical Education Bldg. ; 595
Museum of Natural History; 360, 361
Music Bldg., 1st Addition; 360
N.E. campus (Science Complex) ; 363, 599
Northwest Review; 306
Parking & Traffic Study; 334
Parking Structure; 363, 364, 598, 600
Personnel adjustments; 62, 174, 381, 482, 556, 620
Petterson property purchase; 32
Phi Gamma Delta property; 230
Physical Education Field House; 360
Psychology Center; 27
Psychology Clinic & Human Research Building; 152
Recreational Facilities; 359
ROTC Bldg. fire; 152
Rollwagen property purchase; 160
Science Bldg. Annex Alterations; 332
Science Bldg. 2nd Addition; 15, 141, 356, 357, 441, 605
Science Bldg. 2nd & 3rd Additions; 13, 356, 357
Science Bldg. 4th Addition; 360, 361
Science Bldg. 5th Addition; 360, 361
Silva property purchase; 111
Stadium; 645
Starr, Joseph K., estate of; 182
Stout, William W., estate of; 181
Straus, John, estate of; 624
Student Conduct Code; 308
Student Health Service Bldg. ; 241, 334, 338, 365, 605
Student loans; 116
Student Union Facilities; 363, 364, 599, 600
Summer Sessions budget; 607
Swimming Pool; 595, 598
Tau Kappa Epsilon House; 152
Tennis Courts; 359, 595, 598
Traffic & Parking Study; 334
University House remodeling; 27
Urban Planning assistance procedures; 162
Urban planning project, Eugene-Springfield area; 161
Urban planning project No. Ore. P-41; 59
Urban planning project No. Ore. P-43; 114
Urban renewal property, purchase of; 241, 448
van de Graaff 4MeV Accelerator; 172, 322, 337
Watson, Thomas J., Memorial Scholarship; 394
Westmoreland Village, Stage 5; 437
Women's Physical Education Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 356

University of Peshawar Contract; 632
University of Portland; 47
University of Puget Sound; 125
Upjohn Co. ; 180, 274, 276
Urban Planning Project in Hood River, Lincoln Co., Gresham; 113
Urban Plumbing & Heating; 157, 321, 340, 602
Urban Renewal Administration; 370
Urban Renewal Agency of City of Eugene; 241, 365, 449, 537

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Valley Land & Warehouse Co., Inc. ; 282
Veterans' Loan Program; 116
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 72, 399

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Wade, R.M., Foundation; 119
Wakefield, B.S., Scholarship Fund; 132
Wallowa Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 572
Walton, William S., Charitable Trust; 183
Ward, William B., Scholarship Fund; 637
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for War Options, Inc. ; 559
Washington Congress of Parents & Teachers; 283
Washington High School Associated Students; 559, 566, 624, 637
Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction; 624
Washington State University; 632
West Coast Beet Seed Co. ; 180
West Coast Lumberman's Assoc. ; 489
West Coast Telephone Co. ; 403
West Union Community Club; 570
Western Data Processing Center; 129, 632
Western Electric Fund; 632
Western Electronic Manufacturers'; 175
Western Forest Industries Assoc. ; 480
Western Golf Assoc. ; 64
West. Interstate Comm. Higher Education P1, P86; 165, 465, 611
Western Management Science Institute; 389
Western Mechanical, Inc. ; 320
West. Ore. Onion Growers Assoc. ; 277, 393
Western Pine Assoc. ; 481
Western Rod & Reel Club, Inc. ; 64
Weyerhaeuser Co. ; 189, 398, 489, 561, 566, 624
Whitcomb, Helen, Fund; 632
White Laboratories, Inc. ; 399
Wilcox, C.M., Memorial Scholar; 64, 499
Willamette River Planning Project; 369
Willamette Valley Lumberman's Assoc. ; 480
Wiliams, Lew, Foundation, Inc. ; 559
Willis Mechanical Contractor; 365, 437
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank; 223
Wilson, Robert C., General Contractor; 602
Wimmer, Nancy C., Award; 597, 640
Winston-Dillard Kiwanis Club; 119, 631
Wolff & Zimmer, Architects; 19, 216, 321, 366, 435, 539, 596, 601
Women's Auxil. Jackson Co. Medical Soc. ; 493
Women's Architectural League; 480, 498
Women's Auxil. State Dental Assoc. ; 129, 184
Women's Benefit Assoc. ; 64, 176, 489, 566, 639
Women's Society of Christian Service; 637
Woodburn Rotary Club; 271
Woodbury Endowment Fund; 632
Woodland High School Parent Teacher; 176
Wyatt & Kipper Engineers, Inc. ; 91
Wy'east Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 64, 624, 632

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Yoder Brothers of California; 570
Yoncalla Area Scholarship Fund; 624
Yoncalla Lions Club; 639
YWCA, International Division; 132

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Zellerbach, William J., Foundation; 498














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