OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1967






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

Abbott Laboratories; 232, 309
Accounting, budgeting & data processing, report on; 43, 207
Ace Electric Co.; 507
Ad hoc Committee on DCE; 219
Administrative Code Amended, Board Committees; 545
Administrative Code Amended, Board Meetings; 544
Administrative Code Amended; Board Meetings, order of business; 546
Administrative Code Amended; Capital Construction Projects, Inspection & Acceptance of; 121
Administrative Code Amended; Hospital Fees, 517
Administrative Code Amended; Personnel Policies to be Determined by Institutional Executives, 377
Admission Policies, 1968-69; 420
African-American Institute; 53, 167, 234, 311, 396, 478, 565, 670
Agnew, S. A., Memorial Scholarship; 579
Agnew Timber Products; 565, 662
Agpo, Inc.; 513
Agricultural Development Council, Inc.; 470
Agricultural Engineering Research Found.; 165
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Research Found.; 48, 52, 165, 232, 394, 668
Aid Assoc. for Lutherans; 662
Air Force Aid Society; 662
Alaska Dept. of Education; 480
Albany Altrusa Club; 662
Albany High School Girls' League; 560
Albany Parent Teacher Assoc. Coordinating Council; 156, 229, 662
Albany Timber Carnival; 664
Albina Engine & Machine Works; 341
Alcoa Foundation; 48, 304, 320
Allergan Pharmaceuticals; 404
Allergy Foundation of America; 573
Allied Chemical Corp.; 409
Allstate Foundation; 479, 677
Almax-Stroum Electronics; 175
Alpha Lodge #52, A.F. & A.M.; 234
Amchem Products, Inc.; 233, 394
America the Beautiful Fund; 479
American Assoc. of Colleges of Teacher Education; 148, 687
American Assoc. of School Librarians; 321
American Assoc. of State Colleges & Universities; 462
American Assoc. of University Women; 241, 413, 577
American Business Assoc.; 48
American Business Women's Assoc.; 320, 577, 681, 683
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 56, 238, 318, 492
American Ceramic Society, Inc.; 320
American Chemical Society; 158, 321, 470, 479
American Council on Education; 463, 471, 492, 567
American Cyanamid Co.; 477, 669
American Dairy Assoc.; 699
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education; 470
American Fund for Dental Education; 676
American Hardboard Assoc.; 158
American Heart Assoc., Inc.; 405, 471
American Heritage Assoc.; 304
American Iron & Steel Institute; 389
American Laryngological Assoc.; 316
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Dundee; 156, 167, 229, 304, 565, 662, 681
American Legion Auxiliary, Pendleton; 177, 683
American Legion, Calvin Funk Post #32; 662
American Medical Assoc.; 13, 316
American Plywood Assoc.; 380
American Poultry & hatchery Federation; 564
American Rose Foundation; 165, 477
American Society for Engineering Education; 560
American Society of Civil Engineers; 662
American Steel, Inc.; 320
American Water Works Assoc.; 683
American Wod Preservers Institute; 389
Anaheim High School Student Body; 565
Anderson Brothers; 62
Ann Arbor Rotary Found.; 565
Anonymous Donors; 56, 229, 323, 565
Ansul Company; 230
Appendix A & B; 416, 420
Architectural & Engineering Planning, 1969-71; 108, 110, 111, 200, 269
Army Relief Society; 167
Arnold, Gen. H. H., High School; 560
Arnold, Gen. Henry H., Educational Fund; 662, 683
Arthritis Foundation, Oregon Chapter; 173

Business & Professional Women, Ashland; 413

Ashland Community Hospital; 14
Ashland Daily Tidings; 414
Ashland Elks Lodge #944; 178, 685
Ashland 1st Presbyterian Church; 178, 242
Ashland Senior High School; 53, 156, 178, 229, 234, 242, 579, 662
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 413
Asia Foundation; 167, 234, 311, 478
Associated General Contractors, Oregon Columbia Chapter; 304, 533
Association of Executive Officers of State Wide Boards; 462
Association of Governing Boards; 224, 462, 463
Astor, John Jacob, Parent Teacher Assoc.; 60, 177, 320, 577
Astoria Education Assoc., Astoria Junior High School; 565
Astoria 1st Presbyterian Church; 684
Ausland Construction Co.; 565
Automotive Products, Inc.; 48
Autzen Foundation; 178, 388, 396, 409, 491

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Baker "B" League Athletic Assoc.; 325
Baker Elks Lodge #338; 180, 686
Baker Jaycees; 670
Baker Kiwanis Club; 180
Baker Soroptimist Club; 61, 686
Balsiger Motor Co. Employees; 173
Balzer-Trane Service Agency; 449
Balzhiser, Seder & Rhodes; 22, 259, 443
Bandon Community Scholarship Fund; 323
Bandon Cranberry Festival Assoc.; 581
Bandon Lions Club; 580
Bank of America, N.T. & S.A. & Associates; 328
Bank of America, Santa Rosa; 662
Bank of Commerce; 325
Bankers Trust Co. & Associates; 328
Banks High School Moms' & Dads' Scholarship; 671
Baptist Life Association; 565, 683
Barnes Scholarship Fund; 579
Baroid Division of Nat'l Lead Co.; 230
Baseball, Office of Commissioner; 53, 167, 178, 324, 577
BASF Colors & Chemicals, Inc.; 165
Bate Plywood Co., Inc.; 156, 304,
Beach Memorial Scholarship Fund; 565
Bear, McNeil, Schneider, Bloodworth & Hawes, Architects; 186, 507, 613
Beaverton Employee Activities Assoc., General Telephone Co. of the Northwest; 388, 409, 478
Beaverton Masonic Lodge #100; 167, 311, 662
Bechtel Brothers; 334, 389
Belles of Beaverton Elks Lodge; 57, 58
Bellview School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 580
Bend Senior High School Bible Club; 565
Beneficial Foundation, Inc.; 178, 242, 560
Benson Polytechnic High School; 59, 662, 681
Bentham Lions Club; 176
Benton County, easement to; 256
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 304, 560
Benton School District; 684
Berg, Charles F., Inc.; 491
Beta Sigma phi; 317, 405, 644
Bethel Education Assoc.; 168
Bid procedures revised; 532
Biden Logging Co.; 579, 662
Black & Co., Inc.; 492
Blackfeet Tribal Grant; 324, 685
Blitz-Weinhard Foundation; 491
Blue Lake Packers, Inc.; 229
Blue River Veneer Scholarship; 685
Board & Room charges; 105
Board Bylaws amended, Board Committees; 545
Board Bylaws amended, Board Meetings, Order of business; 546
Board Bylaws amended, Executive Committee; 382
Board Bylaws amended, regular meetings; 544
Board commencement representatives; 221
Board committee meetings; 543, 544
Board Committee on Academic Affairs; 3, 201, 376, 596, 604, 616
Board Committee on Finance & Business Affairs; 207
Board Committees, Administrative Code & Bylaws amended; 545
Board Meetings, Administrative Code & Bylaws amended; 543, 546
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 23-24, 1967; 1
March 13014, 1967; 113
April 24-25; 1967; 181
June 13-14, 1967; 245
July 24-25, 1967; 331
September 11-12, 1967; 423
October 23-24, 1967; 499
December 12, 1967; 584

Board Meetings (Special):

February 4, 1967; 74
July 18, 1967; 327

Board of Schools of Medical Technology; 13
Board of World Missions, Lutheran Church; 168, 235
Board Officers, election of; 381
Board Organization & Committee Appointments; 459, 550, 542
Board's 1967 Summer Session Contingency Fund; P1, P124, 357
Board's Reserve for New Building Operation; P1, P124, 357
Board's Reserve for Plant Rehabilitation, 1967-68; P1, P124, 357, 547, 623
Board's Special Reserves; 453, 536, 547, 639
Board's Unappropriated Fund; P1, P124, 357, 547, 623
Bobbie Brooks National Scholarship Found. 156, 662
Boeing Company; 396, 662
Bohemia Lumber Company; 48
Boise Cascade Corp.; 59, 304, 560, 684
Boise Cascade Foundation; 581
Boise Cascade Papers, Salem; 565, 581, 662
Bolz Pelting Service; 233
Bonds, Building, Series 1967, $6,100,000; 290, 296, 327
Bonds, Community College & Education Center, Series 1968, $3,610,000; 630
Bonds, State Board of Higher Education Facilities, Series 1968, $7,080,000; 624
Bonneville Power Administration; 48, 158, 230, 389
Bowmer, Angus, Drama Award; 579
Bowling Proprietors' Assoc. of America, Inc.; 61, 168
Boy Scouts of America; 670
Boyd Coffee Company; 491
Breakage deposit summer sessions; 100, 278
Bridge Parent Teacher Assoc.; 684
Bristol Laboratories; 173, 239, 405
Britt Memorial Scholarship; 178, 565, 579, 662
Brookings Elks Lodge#1934; 560, 565
Brookings Emblem Club #265; 662
Brookman, Zaik & Miller, Architects; 509
Brown, E.C., Trust Foundation; 568, 578
Brownell Electric, Inc.; 449
Brownells, Inc.; 325
Budget adjustments, 1966-67; 354
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; 355, 549, 552
Budget, Annual, 1967-69; instruction & general services, reduction in; 647
Budgeted expenditures, reduction of allotment, 1967-68; 369
Bumble Bee Seafoods, Inc.; 229
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 61
Burns Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; 52
Burton & Miller Distributors; 494
Butler, G.S., Memorial Fund; 178, 242
Butte Valley Federated Women's Club; 670
Byron, Company; 409

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California Institute of Technology; 158
California-Pacific utilities Co.; 180, 413
California Packing Corp.; 229, 669
California, State of; 673
Callison, I.P., Company; 309
Calouste Gulhenkian Found.; 61
Camden Rockport High School; 156
Campbell-Michael-Yost; 20, 25, 39, 120, 124, 126, 184, 199, 257, 260, 263, 335, 427, 430, 432, 437, 440, 456, 518
Canby Kiwanis Club; 686
Canby Union High School; 662
Canteen Company of Oregon; 577
Capital Outlay Budget, 1967-69; 107, 121, 267
Capital Outlay Projects, Auxiliary Enterprises, 1967-69; 283
Capital Outlay Projects, Inspection & Acceptance of; 120
Carlton Rose Nurseries; 165
Calton-Yamhill Lions Club; 560
Carnation Co. Scholarship Found.; 59, 579, 670
Carnegie Commission Report on Public Television; 221
Carnegie Found.; 223
Carpenter Found.; 53, 156, 176, 178, 229, 234, 242, 311, 320, 321, 413, 565, 579, 581, 670, 681
Centennial Union High School Girls' League; 684
Center for Continuing Medical Education; 317
Central Lane YM-YWCA; 581
Central Lincoln People's Utility District; 560
Central Point School District #6; 53, 60, 156, 176, 178, 229, 234, 320, 565, 579, 581, 662, 681
Central Point Teachers Assoc.; 580
Centralized Accounting System for State of Oregon; 215
Centralized Activities Budget Adjustments; 536, 639
Centralized Activities:

Budget, Annual, 1967-68, P1, P15, P29, P124, 357
Comptroller's Office Budget Adjustments, 1966-67; 355
State Audit budget addition; 277, 354, 453

Champoeg Lodge #27, A.F. & A.M.; 681
Chancellor's Report, 45, 147, 221, 298, 384, 462, 551, 658
Chartered Life Underwriters, Portland Chapter; 321
Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. & Associates; 328
Chemagro Corporation; 669
Chemeketa Lodge #1, IOOF; 485
Chenowith Parent Teachers Assoc.; 681
Chevron Chemical Co.; 165, 309, 477
Chevy Chase Estates Garden Club; 156, 229
Chewings Fescue & Red Creeping Fescue Commission; 309
Chi Alpha Omega; 672
Chi Omega, Portland Alumnae Chapter; 678
China Lake Education Assoc.; 229
Chipman Chemical Co.; 309
Chrysler Corporation; 49
Chubb Foundation; 565
CIBA Agrochemical Co.; 309
CIBA Corporation; 394
CIBA Pharmaceutical Co.; 52, 158, 564, 676
Civitan International; 48
Clackamas County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 241, 573, 577
Claggett Mechanical Contractors, Inc.; 449, 507
Clark College; 577, 681
Clarkson College of Technology; 560
Clatsop County School District #30; 320
Clayton Manufacturing; 495
Cole, Clark & Cunningham, Inc.; 388
Collins Foundation; 665
Collins-MacDonald Trust Fund; 582
Collins, Vern, Plumbing & Heating; 611
Colonial Dames of America; 662
Colton Parent Teacher Assoc.; 682
Columbia Power Co-op Assoc.; 581
Columbia University Scholarship Program for Officer's Children; 59, 565
Commendation to Mr. Holloway; 386
Committee on the College & World Affairs; 416
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 145, 462, 551, 652
Completion dates of buildings to be reported; 460
Concurrent enrollments authorized with DCE; 100
Condon Elks Lodge #1869; 156, 663, 686
Condon Parent Teacher Association; 684
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 59, 176, 581, 582, 662, 681, 684
Constitutional Revision Commission; 460
Constitutionality of Education Boards; 460
Continental Coffee Co.; 176, 577
Continental Illinois Nat'l Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates; 328
Contractors, Inc.; 116, 429, 430
Cooke, J.F. & R.W., Educational Fund; 684
Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines; 567
Coordinating Council on Higher Education; 673
Coos Bay Education Assoc.; 684
Coos Bay Zonta Club; 230
Cordy Award; 178, 413
Cornell Children's Tuition Scholarship; 681
Corvallis, City of, easement to; 256
Corvallis, City of, Urban renewal agency; 606
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 560
Corvallis Jaycees; 662
Co-signers, The; 388
Cottage Grove High School:

Girls Service Club; 684
Student Body; 565, 684

Cottage Grove Rotary Club; 685
Council for Tobacco Research; 404
Council on Medical Education; 13
Counseling & testing service fee increased; 100
Courtesy Chevrolet Co.; 582
Cove High School; 494
Crater High School; 242, 560, 687
Crater Lions Club; 178, 242, 579
Crescent City Emblem Club #175; 560
Crescent City Rotary Club; 580
Creswell High School Scholarship Fund; 582, 662, 684
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 565
Croation Fraternal Union Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; 59
Crow Grange #450; 662
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 60, 176, 320, 478, 491, 560, 565, 670, 677, 681
Cummins Engine Foundation; 60, 565, 577
Curry County; 564, 669
Curtis Junior-Senior High School; 662

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Daly, Bernard, Fund; 243, 581
Danforth Foundation; 311
Daughters of American Revolution; 684
Deere, John, Foundation; 582
Degree of Honor Protective Assoc.; 670
Degrees; 114, 297, 457, 515
Del Monte Scholarship Found.; 579
Delta Kappa Gamma; 168, 388, 413, 494, 579, 663, 681, 684
Dental School:

Bettman, Frances J., bequest; 56, 238, 316, 486, 572
Budget adjustments; 357, 361, 365, 549
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P6, P27, P124, 355
Budget, Biennial, 1967-69, reductions in; 647
Dental Clinics budget 1967-68; P3, P20, P124, 357
Dental hygienist fee; 97
Elevators, modifications to; 195
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68; 255, 549
Gifts; 56, 172, 238, 316, 404, 486, 572, 676
Junior Auxiliary; 676
Parking Structure; 430
Personnel adjustments; 47
Salary adjustments; 83

Depoe Bay Water District, easement to by UO; 515
Diamond Alkali Company; 388
Dickey, John Humbird, Memorial Fund; 178
Dillard Parent Teacher Assoc.; 684
Division of Continuing Education:

Activities of DCE & Extension; 464
Administration on Aging; 672
Budget adjustments; 357, 361, 452, 536, 639
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P13, P29, P124, 357
Concurrent enrollments with state system institutions; 100
Gifts; 62, 172, 238, 316, 404, 486, 572, 676
Junior Auxiliary; 676
Parking Structure; 430
Personnel adjustments; 83
Salary adjustments; 83

Depoe Bay Water District, easement to by UO; 515
Diamond Alkali Company; 388
Dickey, John Humbird, Memorial Fund; 178
Dillard Parent Teacher Assoc.; 684
Division of Continuing Education:

Activities of DCE & Extension; 464
Administration on Aging; 672
Budget adjustments; 357, 361, 452, 536, 639
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P13, P29, P124, 357
Concurrent enrollments with state system institutions; 100
Gifts; 62, 180, 243, 325, 415, 495, 687
Grant to OSU for research; 665
Income, decrease in; 219
Joint services with PSC; P1, P124
King Broadcasting Co., agreement to use KOAC-TV Bldg.; 220
KOAC-TV; 254
KOAP-TV; 254
Office space in Eugene; 623
Pastoral Counseling & Leadership Institute; 495
Personnel adjustments; 303
Television broadcasting equipment replacement & improvement; 254

Doctors Wives of Washoe County; 560
Doernbecher Hospital Guild; 677
Dormitory occupancy; 552
Douglas County Home Extension; 388
Douglas High School; 168, 662
Douglas Medical Found.; 663
Dow Chemical Co.; 49, 158, 309, 388, 394
Drain Plywood Company; 579
Duke-Lab Foundation, Inc.; 573
Duke Laboratories, Inc.; 677
Dukehart & Kinne, Architects; 184, 336, 433, 444, 516
duPont, E.I., de Nemours & Co.; 309, 470, 663

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Eagle Point Education Assoc. Scholarship Fund; 579
Easement by EOC to City of La Grande for sewer; 272
Easement by OSU to Benton Co. & City of Corvallis for Walnut Blvd. extension; 256
Easement by OSU to Depoe Bay Water District; 515

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Ackerman Laboratory School rehabilitation; 273
Administration Bldg. auditorium rehabilitation; 38
Admissions policies; 420
Budget adjustments; 357, 361, 365, 452, 535, 549, 638, 642
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P11, P29, P124, 355
Clark, David, Memorial Fund; 686
Confirmation institutional degree list; 457
Curricular requests 1967-68; 3, 9
Day property purchase; 197
De Lashmutt property purchase; 600
Easement to City of La Grande for sewer; 272
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68; 355, 549
German, basic norm in; 9
Gifts; 61, 180, 325, 494, 581, 686
Health & physical education, basic norm in; 9
Library Bldg. addition & alteration; 333
McLaughlin property purchase; 123
Physical plant budget increase; 277
Simmons property purchase; 123
Water rate increase by City of La Grande; 277
Women's Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 110, 246, 253, 271, 283

Eastwood Baptist Church; 178
Edison School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 671
Education Commission of the States; 299
Education Funds, Inc.; 48, 229, 663
Educational Coordinating Council; 42, 148, 299, 384, 434, 441, 577
Educational Television Service; 62, 582
Educators manufacturing Co.; 49, 599
Edwards Laboratories, Inc.; 487
Electric Club of Oregon; 663
Elks National Foundation; 53, 178, 478, 663, 671
Emerick, Paul B., Co.; 516
Englewood Parent Teacher Assoc.; 684
Enrollments; 45, 70, 221, 463, 548, 551, 554, 703
Enterprise Elks Lodge #1829; 663
Enterprise Public Schools; 681
Entrance deposit eliminated; 99
Equitable Savings & Loan Assoc.; 60, 560, 619
Ernst & Ernst report; 43, 207, 359, 649
ESCO Corporation; 560
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 485
Eugene Education Assoc.; 684
Eugene Laundry & Dry Cleaners Co.; 672
Eugene Rotary Club; 567
Eugene Water & Dry Cleaners Co.; 672
Evans Scholar's Found.; 168, 311, 577, 671
Everett Junior College; 682
Ex-Newsbby's Assoc.; 663
Executive Committee, Administrative Code amended; 38, 383
Executives' Secretaries, Inc.; 577

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Failing Estate; 479
Fairbanks Emblem Club #109; 671
FairField-Suisun Rotary Club; 567
Farmers Forage Research Cooperative; 165, 309
Farmhouse Foundation; 48
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Fee charges; 95
Fee increases, student body representatives at Board meeting; 101
Fees, comparison of, 1953-1968; 365
Fellow, Harold E., Memorial Scholarship; 565
Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co.; 241
Field Emission Corp.; 49, 62, 683
Field Enterprises Educational Corp.; 479
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., Klamath Falls; 157
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., The Dalles; 684
First Nat'l Bank of Chicago; 328
First Nat'l Bank of Memphis; 686
First Nat'l Bank of Oregon; 60, 178, 242, 243, 328, 491, 492, 573, 663, 681, 684
Fisons Corporation; 395
Florence Rotary Club; 684
FMC Corp., Niagara Chemical Division; 310
Food & Drug Clerks Union Local 1092; 579
Ford Foundation; 223, 396, 479, 492, 687
Ford Motor Co. Fund; 156, 159, 304, 414, 477, 560, 665, 687
Foreign Study Programs in the OSSHE, Guidelines for; 376, 416
Forest Management Advisory Committee; 376, 379
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 376, 379
Forster Construction Co., Inc.; 449
Fortin Foundation, Inc.; 53, 234, 565
Foundation of the Litton Industries; 663
Franklin High School; 60, 663, 681
Franklin High School Dad's Club; 681
Frasch, Herman, Foundation; 477
Fraser, Carlyle, Employees Benefit Fund; 681
Fraternal Order of Eagles; 177, 681
Fraternities & Sororities, discrimination policies, local autonomy; 150, 652, 688
Freightliner Corp.; 663
Friendly-Rosenthal Foundation; 173
Fullbright Commission; 579
Fullerton Beverage Co.; 177
Fullerton IV, Parent Teacher Assoc.; 396
Functions & Organization of Office of Academic Affairs; 376, 381
Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian; 671
Funds for Education, Inc.; 48, 156, 229, 663
Future Farmers of America, Oregon Assoc.; 470

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Gardiner Junior High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 567
Gardiner Parent Teacher Assoc.; 178, 582
Geigy Chemical Corp.; 471, 477
General Dynamics Corp.; 185
General Electric Co.; 254, 311
General Foods Fund, Inc.; 388, 560
General Motors Corp.; 49
General Motors, Diesel Equipment Division; 62
Georgia Pacific Found.; 53, 156, 177, 229, 234, 320, 323, 494, 565, 663, 684
German Consulate; 491, 577
Gervais Union High School District Parents' Club; 566
Gifts & Grants, Report of; 299, 470
Gilchrist High School, Grizzlette Scholarship Fund; 671
Girard Trust Bank; 156
Giusti, Al C., Wine Co.; 320
Glenwood Parent Teacher Assoc.; 470
Glide High School; 663, 671
Glide Kiwanis Club; 53, 663
Glide Parent Teacher Assoc.; 177
Good Samaritan Hospital & Medical Center; 681
Grace, W. R., & Co.; 470
Graff & James; 35
Grand Guardian Council, Job's Daughters of Oregon; 317, 566, 577, 579, 582, 663, 684
Grande Ronde PTO; 684
Grant High School:

Boys' League; 229
Student Body "G" Note Scholarship; 60, 681
Dads Club; 168, 177, 681
Parent Teacher Assoc.; 177

Grants Pass Business & Professional Women; 579
Grants Pass Elks Lodge #1584; 671
Grants Pass High School; 156, 179, 671
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 567, 582
Graphic Arts Center; 681
Grasle, W. R., Co.; 116
Gray Line Co.; 566
Gray, Verna M., Scholarship Fund; 580
Greater Anchorage Area; 168, 311
Greater Ephrata, Inc.; 671
Green Giant Foundation; 560
Green Valley Lumber Co., Inc.; 311, 671
Greenough, Quentin, Inc.; 182
Gresham Junior Chamber of Commerce; 320, 681
Gresham Union High School; 663
Grolier Foundation; 577
Guttman Foundation; 239

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Hahn Electric Company; 426
Hall, M.W. Prince, Grand Lodge, A.M. & F.M., Seattle; 663
Hall, M.W. Prince, Grand Lodge of Oregon; 60, 168
Hallmark Cards, Inc.; 168, 311
Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; 328
Hamilton Manufacturing Co.; 238
Hamilton, Montana, Elks Lodge #1651; 229
Hamlin, Martin & Oredson, Architects; 18, 128, 193, 531
Hanna Ladies, Riddle; 566
Harris, Lester D., Memorial Scholarships; 179, 566
Harris Trust & Savings Bank; 328
Hartford Foundation, Inc.; 487
Harvard University; 389
Harvey Aluminum, Inc.; 53, 388, 395, 494
Haskins & Sells Foundation, Inc.; 53, 671
Haupert Tractor Co.; 53, 234, 566
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.; 478
Hazen Foundation; 416
Health Careers Scholarship Organization; 566
Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation; 55
Hector Campbell Parent Teacher Assoc.; 566
Hegler, Roland, Memorial Fund; 179
Henley High School, Senior Class of 1966; 580
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 560, 565
Heppner High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 180
Hermiston Assoc. of Teachers; 686
Hermiston Elks Lodge #1845; 671
Hermiston Rotary Club; 686
Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 30, 501
Hewlett Packard Co.; 49
Higher Education Act of 1965, Title VI-B; 463

Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963, Title I; 35, 39, 41, 109, 121, 223, 246, 264, 268, 271, 334, 433, 441, 442, 502, 504, 510, 530, 612
Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963, Title II; 17, 255
Hill Family Foundation; 396
Hill, Harold Newton, Foundation Trust; 686
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 156
Hillsboro Jaycees; 663
Hillsboro Kiwanis Club; 686
Hillsboro Union High School; 60, 681
Homestead High School Associated Student Body; 167
Hood River County Jaycees; 579
Hood River Elks Lodge #1507; 671
Hood River High School Service Club; 177
Housing for single students; 32, 63, 658, 711
Hoyt's, Byron, Sheet Music Service, Inc.; 396, 409
Hunt Foods & Industries, Foundation; 566
Hyslop Agricultural Research Memorial Trust Fund; 663
Hyster Company; 409, 471

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IBM Corporation; 389, 396
ICOA Life Insurance Co.; 61, 156, 243, 663, 686
Idaho Dept. of Education; 397
I.F.A. Scholarship Found., Inc.; 681
Illinois, State of; 413
Illinois Valley High School; 242, 579, 686
Improvement of Undergraduate Instruction; 463
Incidental fees increased; 97, 100
Industrial Electric Service Co.; 566
Ingram, Louella, Scholarships; 684
Inspection & acceptance of capital outlay projects; 120
Institute of International Education; 179, 320, 580
Institute of Life Insurance; 54
Institutional Degree Lists; 144, 381
Insurance Company of America; 177
Interinstitutional Fee & Dormitory Committees; 99
Interinstitutional Student Committee of Higher Education; 458, 497
International Assoc. of Machinists; 560
International Assoc. of Machinists & Aerospace Works; 156, 229
International Assoc. of Y's Men's Club; 580
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; 663
International Christian Scholarship Found.; 671
International Union of Operating Engineers; 396
Investment Report; 542
Iowa, State of; 398
Ireco Division of American Portable Irrigation Co.; 395
Irrigation Accessories Co.; 395
Izaak Walton League of America; 409, 681

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Jackson County Assoc. of Insurance Agents; 179, 243, 580
Jackson County Retail Credit Assoc.; 566
Jackson County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 57
Jackson County Young Farmers Club; 580, 663
Jackson Foundation; 60, 61, 664, 671, 677, 681, 684, 686
Jacqueline's Fashion Shop; 60
James, Theron, Scholarship Fund; 179, 324
Jantzen, Inc.; 168, 396, 566
Jefferson Parent Teachers Assoc.; 663
Jeppsen & Miller, Architects; 183, 339, 504, 609
Jeppsen, Miller & Tobias, Architects; 505
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 157, 230, 388, 560
Johnson, S.C., & Son, Inc.; 310
Josephine County; 310
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 560
Junction City Education Assoc.; 581, 684
Junction City Parent Teacher Assoc.; 684
Junior Achievement, Columbia Empire, Inc.; 681
Junior Achievement of Eugene-Springfield, Inc.; 478
Junior League of Portland, Oregon, Inc.; 317, 321

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K & D Texaco; 684
Kade, Max, Foundation, Inc.; 478
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp.; 560
Kearns, J.W., Company; 395
Kelley, Grant & Associates; 37
Kerns, Le Roy F., Scholarship; 234
Ketchikan Lions Club; 663
Ketchikan Soroptimist Club; 672
KGW, Channel 8; 220
Kindley Air Force Base Parent Teacher Assoc.; 560
King Broadcasting Company; 220
Kingsford Co., agreement to purchase fly ash from UO; 137, 186, 621
Kinzua Corporation; 663
Kiwanis Club of Northeast Portland; 470
Klamath County; 564
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 579
Klamath Falls Kiwanis Found.; 687
Klamath Falls Lions Club; 414
Klamath Falls Quota Club; 414
Klamath Union High School Pep Pepper Club; 580
Knight, Richard C., Insurance Agency; 663
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates; 27, 41, 117, 124, 191, 338, 428, 432, 448, 621
KXL-AM/FM; 673

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L & H Lumber Company; 413
Laboratory Furniture Co., Inc.; 116
Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars; 174
La Grande, City of, easement to by EOC; 272
La Grande jaycees; 686
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 581
Lake Oswego Elks Lodge #2263; 58
Lake Oswego High School; 60
Lakers Dads' Club; 177, 179, 320, 671, 682
Land purchases 1967-69; 108, 110, 111, 270, 283
Lane County Bank; 560, 684
Lasley Knitting Company; 491
Lathrop High School; 663, 670
Latin-American Scholarship Program of American Universities, Inc.; 168, 478, 566
Lawson, Markee, Saul & Stewart; 325
Leagjeld Construction Company; 38
Lebanon Business & Professional Women's Club; 495
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 560, 565
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 582
Lebanon Union High School; 470, 684
Le Beck, Einard, Inc.; 587
Lederle Laboratories; 404
Lee Built Construction Co.; 255
Lee Foundation; 156
Legislature, 1967:

HB 1197, Special meetings of Board, name change to State Board of Regents; 149
HB 1248, Employes to direct salaries be deposited with bank (one check payroll plan); 149
HB 1295, Move State Board of Higher Education to Salem; 149
HB 1346, Tuition changes approved by legislature; 149
HB 1400, 1401, 1469, Research projects OSU; 149
HB 1694, Horse facilities, OSU; 149
HB 1712, State Oceanography Commission created; 149
HB 2037, Budget; 149
HB 2096, Capital Construction; 149, 267, 269
HJR 4, Speakers; 150
HJR 11, Human Research Bldg., UO; 112, 118
HJR 25, Bond borrowing law; 149
Joint Ways & Means Committee; 112, 118, 267
SB 31, PSC doctoral program; 140, 201, 203, 226
Special Session; 647

Lehigh University Scholarship; 53
Leman, Wm., Inc.; 233
Lents Lodge #156, AF/AM.; 177
Leukemia Society, Inc.; 404, 487
Liberia, Embassy of the Republic of; 672
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 471
Lilly, Eli, & Company; 173, 477
Lilly, Eli, Research Laboratories; 677
Lincoln County Foundation; 156, 177, 663, 671, 684
Lipman Wolfe & Company; 321, 682
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust; 179, 243, 566, 580
Long Creek Parent Teacher Assoc.; 686
Longview Fibre Company; 560
Lookingglass Parent Teacher Assoc.; 168
Lord Bros. Contractors, Inc.; 116
Loyalty oath; 45
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 447, 528
Lutheran Brotherhood; 682
Lutheran Church in America, Board of World Missions; 478

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Macalester College; 671
Mack, Gilbert, Fund; 579, 582
Mack Trucks, Inc.; 414
Macluce Foundation, Inc.; 317
Madras High School Student Affairs; 566, 663, 686
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc.; 165
Malheur County, reconvey land at Ontario Experiment Station to; 608
Mapleton High School Assoc. Students; 396
Mapleton Lions Club; 478, 671
Mapleton Parent Teacher Assoc.; 567, 684
March of Dimes, Nat'l Found., Whatcom County Chapter; 566
Marin General Hospital; 566
Marine Construction & Design Co.; 341
Marion-Polk Co. Medical Auxiliary; 317
Married Student Housing Report; 32, 63, 658, 694
Marshall High School; 60
Marshfield Senior High School:

Boys League; 670
Girls Athletic Assoc.; 671
Latin Club; 566

Martinolich Shipbuilding Corp.; 341
Massachusetts Life Fund; 304
Matanuska Electric Assoc.; 566
Mathieson, Olin, Chemical Corp.; 52, 310
Mathis, Jack, General Contractor, Inc.; 428
Maupin Lions Club; 686
Mazamas; 235
McDowell-Catt Found.; 168
McKay's Markets; 229, 684
McKenzie Community Scholarship; 686
McKenzie-Willamette Hospital; 566
McMinnville Lions Club; 168, 304, 311, 323, 684
McMinnville Rotana Club; 566, 684
Medford Elks Lodge; 57
Medford High School, Harris, Lester D., Memorial; 243
Medford High School, Hedrick, E.H., Memorial Loan Fund; 671
Medford Mail Tribune; 663
Medford Public Schools; 53, 178, 179, 234, 311
Medford Rotary; 580, 582
Medford High School, Future Teachers of America; 243
Medford Jaycees; 580
Medford Public Schools, Future Teachers of America; 178
Medford Rotary Club; 168, 179, 243
Medford Senior High School; 156, 179, 230, 242, 565, 582, 579, 663
Medical Research Foundation; 336, 573, 678
Medical School:

Administration Bldg. alterations; 108, 111, 199, 200, 267, 430
Alumni Association; 173
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg.; 108, 111, 184, 199, 200, 254, 257, 267, 271
Birth Defects Research Center; 405
Block Estate; 487
Budget adjustments; 357, 259, 361, 365, 549
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P5, P26, P124, 355
Crippled Children's Division Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P3, P18, P123, P124, 357
Budget, Biennial, 1967-69, reductions in; 647
Cafeteria; 110, 283, 433, 516
Cafeteria & business office remodeling; 110, 270
Clinical Laboratory Classroom alterations; 548
C.M & E. Co. dissolution; 277
Crippled Children's Division Biennial Budget, 1967-69, reductions in; 647
Devers Endowment Fund, transfer from; 353
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68; 355, 549
Doernbecher Memorial Hospital for Children; 406
Gifts; 56, 173, 239, 316, 404, 487, 573, 677
Guttman, Charles & Stella, Institute for Clinical Vascular Research; 239, 336
Hospital fees; 139, 517
Infant death research Biennial Budget, 1967-69, reductions in; 647
Jackson, Carrie C.; 173, 317
Library Bldg. addition; 184
Medical Science & Administration Bldg., alterations; 108, 111, 444
Medical Science Bldg. alterations; 195, 199, 200, 267
Mental Retardation Demonstration Center; 20, 260
Painting presented to by Squibb Co.; 45
Parking Structure; 430
Personnel adjustments; 47, 154, 228, 303, 387, 468, 557, 661
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech, Inc. lease modifications; 218, 435
Swanson, Oscar, estate of; 573
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P3, P16, P123, P124, 357
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics Biennial Budget, 1967-69, reductions in; 647
Tuberculosis Hospitals Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P3, P19, P124, 357
Tyler, Gretchen K., estate of; 175
Underground gas regulator; 337
Warner, Minnie, estate of; 406
Weeks Institute for advancement of Ophthalmology; 406
Wendel Memorial; 577
Wolford, Mettie M., estate of; 59
Work, A.M., estate of; 406

Medical Technology Education in Oregon; 3
Meier & Frank Company; 491, 577
Mellinger, Edward Arthur, Educational Foundation, Inc.; 168, 565
MEMOREX Corporation; 159, 180
Merck & Company, Inc.; 663, 665
Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc.; 328
Metolius Elementary School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 177
Metropolitan Study Commission; 492
Michigan Avenue School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 671
Mid-Willamette Community Action Council; 471
Mills, Victor, Award; 243
Milton-Freewater Rotary Club; 671
Milton-Freewater Teachers Assoc.; 686
Milwaukie High School; 682
Milwaukie Jaycees; 682
Milwaukie Rod & Gun Club; 304
Mink Farmers Research Found.; 477
Minneapolis Star & Tribune Co.; 234
Minnesota Dept. of Education; 397
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 156
Miscellaneous Donors; 179, 323, 324, 414, 580, 686
Mobil Oil Corporation; 477, 479
Moderne Studio; 179
Moderne Studios & Camera Shop; 179
Molalla Area Teachers Assoc.; 60, 671
Molalla Union High School; 60, 671, 682
Montana State Dept. of Public Instruction; 481
Moore, Frances, Scholarship; 168
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 328
Morrin & Longwood, Architects; 333, 441
Morris, L.H., Electric Co.; 37
Morrison, Carl E., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 684
Morrison, W. Bruce, & Associates, Inc.; 28, 29, 130
Morrow, Robert D., Inc.; 426
Morton Chemical Company; 166
Motors Investment Company; 435
Moulton Investment Trust; 322
Mu Phi Epsilon Alumnae Chapter; 566
Mu Phi Epsilon Patronesses; 53, 234, 671
Mulcahy Foundation; 682
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 156
Multnomah Co. Intermediate Education District; 685
Multnomah County Medical Society; 174
Multnomah County School District #1; 663
Multnomah Kennel Club; 241
Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc.; 159
Music lesson fees; 98, 100
Myrtle Creek Lions Club; 179, 566, 663
Myrtle Point Lodge #150, I.O.O.F.; 582
Myrtle Point Parent Teachers Assoc.; 664, 672, 687

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NAHB Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; 663
National:

Aeronautics & Space Administration; 162, 392, 399, 480, 561
Association of Animal Breeders; 233
Association of Letter Carriers; 682
Association of Secondary School Principals; 179
Bank of Washington; 177
Collegiate Athletic Assoc.; 404
Conference of Christians & Jews; 148
Council for Education in Family Finance; 568
Council for Stream Improvement; 395
Cystic Fibrosis Research Found.; 239
Dairy Council; 172, 480
Defense Education Act, Student Loan Fund; 356, 482
Distillers Distributors Found.; 396
Electrical Contractors Assoc.; 682
Foundation; 179, 405, 682, 574
Foundation, Multnomah Co. Chapter; 574
4-H Club Found. of America, Inc.; 471
Fund for Medical Education, Inc.; 239
Institute for Advanced Study in Teaching Disadvantaged Youth; 568
Institutes of Health; 612
Merit Scholarship Corp.; 304, 311
Park Service; 235, 399, 480
Science Foundation; 49, 54, 57, 61, 118, 159, 169, 177, 183, 185, 196, 231, 235, 241, 271, 305, 312, 318, 322, 323, 324, 333, 340, 341, 342, 389, 396, 459, 472, 480, 492, 494, 505, 562, 568, 574, 612, 620, 665, 673, 678, 686, 687
Turkey Federation; 166, 669
Navy Relief Society Educational Fund; 664

Nebraska, State of, North Central Technical Comm.; 167
Negro Scholarship Fund; 682
Network for Continuing Medical Education; 678
New Building Operation Reserve; P1, P124, 357
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 487
Newport Elks Lodge #2105; 229, 671
Newport Parent Teacher Assoc.; 672
Newspaper Fund, Inc.; 397
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 577
Nominating Committee, Board; 383
North American Baptist General Missionary Society; 168
North American Baptists, Inc.; 234
North American Benefit Assoc.; 479
North Central Kenai Peninsula Pageant; 671
North Dakota, State of; 412
North Eugene High School:

Associated Student Body; 235, 566, 684
Girls League; 168
Parent Teacher Assoc.; 168

Northern Burlington County Parent Teacher Assoc.; 671
Northern Enterprises, Inc.; 241
Northwest Bluegrass Growers Assoc.; 310
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc.; 233, 560
Northwest Natural Gas Co.; 337
Northwest Nazarene College; 677
Northwest Packing Co.; 229
Northwest Pulp & Paper Assoc.; 52, 166, 231, 478
Northwest Regional Educational Research Laboratory; 178, 410
Norwich Pharmacal Co.; 240, 318, 487
Nursing Education in Oregon; 3

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Oakridge-Westfir Community Scholarship; 671
Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.; 310
Olin Chemicals; 310
Olinger, J.E. & Sons; 560
Omark Industries; 493
O.N.C. Scholarship Found.; 229, 580, 566
Ontario Elks Lodge #1690; 58
Ophir Parent Teacher Assoc.; 664
Order of Eastern Star, Cedar Chapter #14; 662
Order of Eastern Star, Cedar Chapter of Minnesota; 671
Order of Eastern Star, Mt. Olive Grand Chapter; 671
Order of Eastern Star of Oregon; 560, 566, 573, 577, 579, 684
Order of Job's Daughters; 671
Order of Kamehameha; 580
Order of Rainbow for Girls; 686
Oregon Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation, Inc.; 487
Oregon Assoc. of Broadcasters; 566
Oregon Assoc. of Future Farmers of America; 664
Oregon Assoc. of Future Homemakers of America; 388
Oregon Athletic Equipment Co., Inc.; 320
Oregon Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.; 664
Oregon Cattlemen's Assoc.; 166, 395, 478
Oregon Chapter Electrical Women's Clubs, Inc.; 664
Oregon City Senior High School; 60, 491, 560

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Andrews property purchase; 256
Art education program, degree after 4 years; 9
Award by American Assoc. of Colleges of Teacher Education; 148
Budget adjustments; 357, 361, 365, 451, 535, 549, 638, 642
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P9, P28, P124, 355
Campus boundaries extended; 528
Cook property purchase; 588
Counseling, basic norm in; 14
Counseling, standard norm program in; 3
Curricular requests 1967-68; 3, 9
Dormitory #7; 110, 271, 283, 449
Dormitory #8 & Food Service Facilities; 591
Equipment, budget addition for; 207
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68; 355, 549
Expansion of campus boundaries; 447
French, basic teaching norm; 10
General Studies, BA/BS degree in revised; 10
General Studies, MA/MS degree in; 11
Gentle Hall (Dorm. #6); 450
Gifts; 177, 242, 323, 412, 494, 683
Heating plant burners, replacement; 548
Heating plant improvements; 28, 110, 120, 270, 283
Indirect costs budgeted; 278
Journalism, basic teaching norm; 10
Medical Technology program deferred; 13
Monmouth Cooperative Warehouse property purchase; 529
Moy property purchase; 587
Personnel adjustments; 468
Physical Education Bldg. alterations; 194
Science Bldg.; 110, 121, 246, 270
Social-Science Corrections, general studies major; 10
Spanish, basic teaching norm; 10
Supervision, programs in; 10
Teaching Research Division, budget adjustments; 278, 357, 452, 463, 536, 639
Teaching Research Division, budget, annual, 1967-68; P1, P14, P124, 357
Terry property purchase; 588
Watson property purchase; 588

Oregon Commission for the Blind; 54, 484
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, inc.; 53, 60, 157, 178, 179, 229, 234, 243, 320, 414, 470, 566, 580, 664, 682
Oregon Council on Economic Education; 62, 180, 325, 687
Oregon Dairy Industries; 229, 560
Oregon Education Assoc.; 61, 179, 320, 566
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 669
Oregon Extension Homemakers Council; 388
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.; 157, 229, 388
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 561
Oregon Federation of Women's Organizations; 318
Oregon Feed, Seed & Suppliers Assoc.; 138
Oregon Filbert Commission; 310, 669
Oregon Fish Commission; 52, 166, 233, 478, 669
Oregon Fryer Commission; 664
Oregon Heart Assoc.; 174, 487, 574
Oregon Home Economics Assoc.; 664
Oregon Industrial Education Assoc.; 664
Oregon Museum of Science & Industry; 233
Oregon Nursery Advisory Committee; 233
Oregon-Pacific Forest Products Corp.; 174
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 157, 234, 320, 682
Oregon Restaurant & Beverage Assoc.; 320
Oregon Seed Growers League; 166
Oregon Society of Mayflower Descendants; 682
Oregon Sportwriters & Sportcasters Assoc.; 60
Oregon State Aerie, Fraternal Order of Eagles; 180
Oregon State Board of Dental Examiners; 486, 600
Oregon State Board of Health; 313
Oregon State Bowling Proprietors Assoc.; 60, 682
Oregon State Dept. of Agriculture; 564, 669
Oregon State Dept. of Agriculture, Tri-State Grain Survey; 310, 670
Oregon State Dept. of Education; 12, 177, 235, 243, 325, 410, 473, 398, 412, 666, 673
Oregon State Dept. of Commerce; 236
Oregon State Dept. of Vocational Education; 685
Oregon State Elks Assoc.; 56, 58, 60, 174, 179, 318, 488, 566, 580, 581, 664, 678, 682, 684, 686
Oregon State Employees Assoc.; 157, 168, 177, 178, 304, 311, 320, 323, 325, 566, 580, 664, 682, 684
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.; 320, 409
Oregon State Game Commission; 478, 609
Oregon State Grange; 664, 671, 682, 684
Oregon State Grange Home Economics Scholarship Fund; 179, 311
Oregon State Highway Dept. Employees; 488
Oregon State Land Board; 166
Oregon State Library Board of Trustees; 398
Oregon State Poetry Assoc.; 493
Oregon State Program on Aging; 486
Oregon State Public Welfare Commission; 388

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration Bldg.; 30, 110, 246, 249, 269, 501
Admissions policies; 420
Agricultural Experiment Stations budget, annual, 1967-68; P3, P23, P123, P124, 357
Agricultural Experiment Stations budget, biennial, 1967-69, reductions in; 647
Bequest to, litigation re; 613
Berger, Marie harbeck, estate of; 304
Bioscience Bldg.; 110, 200, 270
Book Stores, Inc.; 470, 561
Breakage deposit summer sessions canceled; 278
Budget adjustments; 357, 359, 361, 365, 451, 534, 549, 637, 640
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P7, P27, P124, 355
Burt, Uriel S., Memorial Student Loan Fund; 157
Business & Technology School, MS in Management Science; 7
Cafeteria (Arnold Hall); 111, 269
Campus lighting improvements; 194
Carver property purchase; 508
Cayuse, vessel bids; 341
Computer Center; 110, 246, 252, 270, 508
Co-Resident Women, Inc., property purchase; 122
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield, exchange of property; 343
Curricular Requests 1967-68; 3, 6
Dads Club; 157, 561
Dairy Barn Facilities; 434, 512
Earth Sciences Bldg.; 110, 183, 269, 339, 345, 504
Easement to Benton County & City of Corvallis to extend Walnut Blvd.; 256
Easement to Depoe Bay Water District; 515
Engineering School, BS in Engineering (Computer Science); 7
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68; 355, 549
Federal Cooperative Extension budget, biennial, 1967-69, reductions in; 647
Federal Cooperative Extension budget, annual, 1967-68; P3, P21, P123, P124, 357
Feed Processing Facilities; 137
Finley Hall; 506
Folk Club; 664
Forest products harvest tax; P3, 138, 183
Forest Research Laboratory; 138, 357
Forest Research Laboratory budget, annual, 1967-68; P3, P25, P123, P124, 357
Forest Research Laboratory budget, biennial, 1967-69, reductions in; 647
Forest Science Laboratory; 129
Forest Science Wing addition to Forest Research Laboratory; 182
Forestry Alumni Assoc.; 145
Forestry Bldg.; 110, 128, 271
Foundation; 53, 119, 157, 160, 178, 229, 231, 234, 304, 323, 388, 390, 561, 566, 685
Foundation property purchase; 272
Geography, doctoral programs in; 201
Gifts; 48, 156, 229, 304, 388, 470, 560, 662
Greenhouses, lease of land to USDA to construct; 218
Hamer property purchase; 345
Heating plant boiler; 111, 269
Heating plant improvements; 29
Horning, Gary, Memorial Gund; 477
Humanities & Social Sciences School, 5 new undergraduate departmental majors; 6
Intercollegiate Athletics Dept.; 119
Kane property purchase; 122
Kidder Hall; 509
Lease of land to U.S. Forest Service; 129
Lindseth property purchase; 122
Meats Laboratory; 609
Memorial Union & Student Activities; 663
Mothers Club; 157, 304, 664
Nuclear Reactor Add. to Radiation Center; 185, 207
Oak Creek land sale; 219
Oceanography Bldg.; 183, 271, 339, 345, 504
Oceanography Facilities; 504
Ontario Experiment Station, reconvey land to Malheur Co.; 608
Parker Stadium Addition; 34, 119, 610
Personnel adjustments; 46, 153, 228, 303, 387, 466, 556, 661
Pitts property purchase; 122
Remedial reading option in Master of Education degree; 7
Residence Hall (Bloss Hall); 111, 269, 337
Richards, Frank S., estate of; 157
Rondeau property purchase; 32
Rounds property purchase; 337
Sigma Chi discrimination; 150
South Residence Hall Group, Unit 1 of Complex A; 506
TRIGA MARK II; 185
Tyson property purchase; 345
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture grant for Feed Processing Facilities; 137
U.S. Forest Service, lease of land to; 129
Urban renewal disposition agreement; 606
Utility Tunnel Extension; 110, 130, 271
Winston House (Co-Resident Women), purchase; 122
Withycombe Hall Addition; 122
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center lease; 276

Oregon Strawberry Council; 395

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Budget adjustments; 357, 452, 535, 549, 638, 642
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P12, P29, P124, 355
Commons Addition; 110, 194
Curricular Requests, 1967-68; 3, 8
Dental Hygiene program; 600
Equipment repair, budget addition for; 606
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68; 355, 549
Gifts; 61, 180, 243, 325, 414, 495, 581, 687
Isotopic Laboratory Facilities; 425
Lecture Hall/Auditorium/Demonstration Facilities; 110, 265, 269
Library-commons Bldg. Addition; 265
Medical Technology, associate degree in discontinued; 8
Personnel adjustments; 155, 228, 469, 559
Physical Science Technology, associate degree program; 602
Portland State College gift of radioactive materials; 414
Private residential facilities using OTI name; 554
Radioactive Isotopes Laboratory Bldg.; 194
Radiologic Electronics Technology associate degree program; 602
Residence Hall Add.; 110, 194, 270, 283, 335, 353, 425
Technology, Bachelor of; 8
Wells 4 & 6 development; 110, 266, 270, 283, 425

Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 38, 404, 409, 488, 491, 494, 687
Orides Mothers; 234
Overfelt, William C., High School; 565

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Pacific Bulb Growers; 52, 395
Pacific Dairy & Poultry Assoc.; 230
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co.; 60, 682
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 53, 166, 380, 669
Pacific Northwest Ski Areas Assoc.; 562
Pacific Power & Light Co.; 174, 409, 568, 678
Pacific Supply Cooperative; 670
Pacific Tower Co.; 254
Pan American Petroleum Found., Inc.; 157
Paper Industry Management Assoc., Pacific Coast Division; 388, 390
Parke, Davis & Co.; 240
Parker, Charles T., Construction Co.; 119, 610
Parking policy; 465
Parkrose Business & Professional Women's Club; 682
Parkrose Senior High School:

Entre Nous Club; 565
Faculty Assoc.; 682
Parent Teacher Assoc.; 567
Student Body; 567, 664, 682, 684

Patent rights assignment, Stout, Oldfield & Adair, OSU; 276
Patent rights release of OSU interest in to Brian D. Cleary; 614
Patterson Plumbing Co.; 426
Paul & Backer Co.; 118
Payne & Settecase, Architects; 183, 450, 591
Payne & Struble, Architects; 36
Pendleton East Oregonian; 234
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 57, 663, 671
Pendleton Grain Growers, Inc.; 166
Pendleton High School:

Girls League; 179
Student Body; 672

Pendleton Jaycees; 686
Pendleton Rotary Club; 664
P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Fund; 672
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter:

AC; 324, 414
AP; 180
BJ; 561
BN; 414
BU; 580
BZ; 323
CZ; 157, 230
Oregon State Chapter; 561, 566, 577

P.E.O. Sisterhood, Roseburg; 672
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter, Des Moines; 567
Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 241
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Fullerton Beverage; 664
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 60, 491, 664, 682
Permalab-Metalab Equipment Corp.; 35
Personnel; 46, 153, 228, 303, 385, 387, 466, 556, 661
Pfizer Laboratories; 404, 477
Phelps-Stokes Fund; 234, 243, 311, 320, 325, 409, 479, 580, 672, 682
Phi Beta Patronesses; 168
Phi Beta Patrons; 312
Phi Delta Kappa; 160
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfolia Fraternity, Omicron Sigma Chapter; 491
Phillips Petroleum Co.; 670
Philomath High School Honor Society; 470
Philomath Junior-Senior High Parent Teacher Assoc.; 470
Phoenix High School; 53, 156, 168, 178, 582, 579, 664, 670
Pilot Rock High School; 686
Pine Valley Parent Teacher Assoc.; 495
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co.; 310
Plant Rehabilitation & Minor Capital Outlay; 194
Plant Rehabilitation Reserve; P1, P124, 357, 547, 623
Polk County Assoc. for Retarded Children, Inc.; 684
Port Orford Business & Professional Women's Club; 670
Port Orford Masonic Scholarship; 671
Portland Academy of Medicine; 678
Portland Academy of Pediatrics; 58
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech, Inc., lease modification; 218
Portland Chamber of Commerce; 322
Portland City Club; 206
Portland, City of; 187
Portland Development Commission; 257, 435, 455
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 58, 156
Portland Garden Club; 409
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc.; 240
Portland Hockey Club; 491
Portland Legal Secretaries Assoc.; 567
Portland Panhellenic Assoc.; 60, 672
Portland Rose Festival Assoc.; 157, 168, 173, 177, 312, 470, 561, 567, 577, 682
Portland School District #1; 48

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Admissions policies; 420
Alumni Assoc.; 682, 683
Annus property purchase; 346
Boggs memorial fund; 493
Boiler, additional; 519
Bottoms property purchase; 257
Breakage deposit summer sessions canceled; 278
Budget adjustments; 357, 359, 361, 365, 451, 534, 549, 637, 641
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P8, P28, P124, 355
Central Heating & Cooling Plant; 124
College Services Bldg.; 110, 125, 187, 200, 246, 248, 270, 283, 346, 431
Cooperative Assoc.; 61
Counselors, supervisors, principals, graduate offerings for; 5
Curricular Requests, 1967-68; 3, 4
Development Found.; 60, 346, 407, 682
Doctoral degree program (SB31); 140, 201, 226
Elevated walkways; 120, 126, 335, 427
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68, 355, 549
Gifts; 59, 176, 241, 320, 409, 491, 577, 681
Hoover garage remodeling; 195
International Business Studies, certificate program in; 4
International Student Center; 586
Italian Studies Program budget; 528
Jennings House relocation; 525, 586
Lukas property purchase; 346
Masters property purchase; 346
Mobile office units; 435
Name change to PSU (SB31); 140, 203
Old Main Basement Lecture Room; 39
Old Main fire alarm system; 548
Parking Structure II; 111, 125, 187, 271, 283, 427, 429, 431
Pedestrian traffic, cooling & improvements; 283
Personnel adjustments; 47, 155, 559
Reisacher property, acquisition of; 348, 528
Science Bldg.; 115
Science II; 110, 120, 124, 200, 246, 251, 270, 518
Science II Paring; 283, 437, 522
Science III; 125
South Park Hall addition; 586
South Park Hall, Pedestrian Traffic, Cooling & Improvements; 110, 120, 270
State Hall N.E. Unit; 110, 121, 270
State Hall S.W. Unit; 110, 121, 270
Student Art Sale; 491
Student donation; 492
Summer Session 1967 budget increase, 587
Urban renewal disposition agreement; 455
Utility tunnel; 115
Wirtschafter collection; 683
Women's Faculty Club; 321
Zagreb Institute budget; 528

Post High School Education in Oregon; 148
Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Co.; 49
President's Report; 45, 145, 221, 381, 458, 550, 651
Presser Foundation; 53, 672
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 53
Princeton University; 168
Prineville Elks Lodge #1814
Private residential facilities, resolution re; 555
Procter & Gamble Co.; 574
Professional Baseball College Scholarship Plan; 580
Professional Engineers of Oregon, Auxiliary to; 388
Prospective Teacher Fellowship Program; 482
Providence Hospital; 13, 14
Providence Medical Hospital; 60
Provo School Scholarship Fund; 494
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Ralph, Frank C. & Son; 39
Ralston Purina Co.; 561
Ravenswood High School Student Body; 579
Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc.; 478
Rayonier Foundation; 304, 390, 470
Rayonier, Inc.; 561
Reader's Digest Foundation; 672
Reynolds, Marjorie Thompson, Scholarship; 672
Rebekah Assembly of California; 580
Red Raider Booster Fund; 179, 324
Redden, Denise, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 323
Redmond High School Future Teachers of America & Pep Club; 579
Reed College Student Body, Inc.; 323
Reid-Strutt Co., Inc.; 138
Research Corporation; 61, 405, 410, 581, 613
Research-Cottrell, Inc.; 410
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc.; 406
Resolution authorizing filing application for funds:

Administration Bldg., OSU; 249
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center, Architecture & Allied Arts, UO; 250
College Services Bldg., PSC; 248
Computer Center, OSU; 252
Old Library-Classroom Bldg. Remodeling, SOC; 42
Science II, PSC; 251
Science Bldg. 3rd Add. & Central Cooling, UO; 247
Women's Physical Education Bldg., EOC; 253

Resolution authorizing filing application Dept. Housing & Urban Development, UO; 274
Resolution condemning:

Eugene Sand & Gravel Co. property, UO; 132, 279
Lukas property, PSC; 347
Reisacher property, PSC; 349
Siskiyou Laundry, SOC; 351
Terry & Cook properties, OCE; 589

Resolution from Forestry Alumni Assoc., School of Forestry, OSU; 145
Resolution Sale of State Board of Higher Education Facilities Bonds, Series 1968; 625
Resources for the Future, Inc.; 478
Restoration Fund Reserve; P1, P124
Reynolds High School Dads Club; 577, 664
Reynolds High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 684
Reynolds Metal Co.; 479
Reynolds Teachers Assoc.; 682
Richfield Methodist Church; 567
Riggs Estate; 406
Riverside Speedway; 664
Riviera Motors, Inc.; 322
Roberts, Gale M., Co.; 36, 618
Rockefeller Found.; 242, 561, 672, 683
Rogue Equipment Co.; 179, 243
Rogue Valley Memorial Hospital; 13, 14
Room & Board charges; 105
Roosevelt High School; 672, 682
Roosevelt High School Dads Club; 409
Roseburg Elks Lodge; 579, 663, 684
Roseburg Rotary Club; 664
Roseburg Senior High School; 157, 235, 565, 672
Roseburg Zonta Club; 682
Ross, Ed & Eda, Scholarship Fund; 323, 684
Ross Electric, Inc.; 611
Rotary Academic, Medford; 567
Royal Esquire Club of Portland; 60
Runyon, Damon, Memorial Fund; 57

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S & H Foundation, Inc.; 561, 664, 666, 582, 672
Sacred Heart General Hospital; 169
St. Helens Business & Professional Women's Club; 53
St. Helens Elks Lodge #1999; 156
St. Helens Girls League; 664
St. Mary's High School; 179
St. Regis Paper Co.; 664
Salary adjustments, academic staff; 83
Salary scale, academic staff; 363
Salem General Hospital; 13
Salem Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; 388
Salem Zonta Club; 685
Sandy Kiwanis Community Service Fund; 671
Sandy National Honor Society; 582
Sandy Parent Teacher Assoc.; 580
Sandy Union High School; 581, 582
Santiam School Parent-Teacher Assoc.; 388
Saudi Arbian Educational Mission; 179, 414, 580
Scappoose Public Schools; 60
Scappoose Union High School Dads Club; 479
Scio Classroom Teachers Assoc.; 685
Sears Rosbuck Found.; 325, 561, 567, 672
Second Marine Division Assoc.; 580
Second National Conference on Long-Range Financing of Educational Television Stations; 221
Secondary Commission of Northwest Assoc.; 568
Seibert, Hunter, Shute & Plumley, Architects; 433
Selenium-Tellurium Development Assoc.; 564
Seventeen; 312
Sex Information & Education Council of U.S.; 169, 397
Sheehan, Joe, Memorial Fund; 672
Sheldon High School; 685
Shell Chemical Co.; 233
Shell Companies Found; 391, 396, 666
Shell Development Co.; 166
Sheraton Motor Hotel; 241
Sherman County Scholarship Assoc.; 157, 234, 304, 494, 664
Sherwood Kiwanis Club; 156
Sherwood Moms & Dads Club; 168
Sherwood Union High School; 157
Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference; 664
Sigma Chi, Discrimination, OSU; 150
Siletz Parent Teacher Assoc.; 685
Silverton Union High School; 664, 685
Sincular X-Ray Co.; 666
Single Student housing in temporary facilities; 32, 63
Skagit Equipment Co., Inc.; 180
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 36, 117, 190, 194, 265, 267, 335, 427, 619
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 312, 318
Small Business Administration; 473
Smith & Nelson, Contractors; 185
Smith, Barney & Co., Inc.; 328
Smith-Farrens Co.; 427
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories; 52
Smith River Lumber Co.; 178, 323, 567, 685
Snyder, Burt K., Educational Found.; 178, 242
Society of Sigma Xi; 242, 324
Sons of Italy in the Northwest; 682
Soroptimist Federation of Americas, Northwestern Region; 566
South Eugene High School:

Girls League; 561
Junior Business Leaders Club; 671
Student Body; 567, 685

South Lane Education Assoc.; 664
South Lane School District 45J3; 580
South Riverside Kiwanis Club; 470
South Salem High School Girls League; 323
South Salem High School Student Body; 685
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 53, 157, 178, 229, 234, 323, 583, 685

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Admissions policies; 420
Budget adjustments; 357, 359, 361, 365, 452, 535, 549, 638, 642
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P10, P28, P124, 355
Business degree revised; 11
Carson property purchase; 436
Cascade Complex, central cooling; 283
Case-Davis property purchase; 532
Central Cooling; 27, 432
Churchhill Hall Auditorium, 194
Criswell Scholarship; 579
Curricular requests, 1967-68; 3, 11
Don's Radio, T.V. & Appliance, Inc., property purchase; 198
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68; 355, 549
Faculty Wives; 179, 413
Fine Arts Complex; 18, 111, 193, 269
Gifts; 61, 178, 242, 324, 413, 579, 685
Gillmore property purchase; 436
Greensprings Dormitory Complex, Units C & D; 454, 598
Creensprings Dormitory Complex, Units C, D & E Food Service Facilities; 40, 110, 127, 270, 283, 350, 428, 445
Heating Plant Add., South Campus; 27, 110, 121, 270, 283, 432
Kidwell property purchase; 531
Law enforcement degree approved, BA/BS; 592
Lequieu property purchase; 198
Library basement remodeling; 548
Library Bldg.; 530
Library-Classroom Bldg. remodeling; 41, 110, 121, 246, 270, 433
Medical Technology program deferred; 13
Music Bldg.; 18, 111, 193
Newton property purchase; 448
North Campus Central Heating Plant Add.; 428
Nursing, associate degree program in; 14, 539
Oakley property purchase; 43
Personnel adjustments; 155, 559, 661
Rogers Apts. (Lequieu) purchase; 198
Science 116 ventilation; 548
Science Bldg., 2nd Unit; 35, 432
Siskiyou Laundry, acquisition of; 350
Social Service program; 12
Speech & Theater Bldg.; 18
Speech pathology program deferred; 12
Stephensen property purchase; 436
Urban Studies Program not approved; 13
Visual Arts Bldg.; 18
Wagner property purchase; 436
Williams, Jack, property purchase; 197
Workman property purchase; 43

Southern Oregon Peace Officers Assoc.; 179, 580, 664
Southern Oregon Plywood, Inc.; 567
Southern Oregon Timber Industries Assoc.; 380
Southern Pacific Co.; 166
Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 663
Special examinations charge; 100
Spencer, S. D. & Son; 36, 618
Sperry & Hutchinson Found., Inc.; 561, 582, 664, 666
Sposito Insurance Agency; 577
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 58, 663, 671
Squibb Company; 45
Squibb, E.R., & Sons; 174, 240
Staff, academic, salary adjustments; 83
Staff for federal or foreign contractors; 378
Standard Oil Company; 157, 304, 325, 388
Standard Screw Company; 243
State Advisory Board on Police Standards & Training; 592
State Audit Bureau; 277
State Board of Education & State Board of Higher Education joint meeting; 298, 551, 651
State Board of Education, resolution re meetings; 551
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 78, 148, 217, 267, 369, 553
State Dept. of Forestry; 380
State Dept. of General Services; 538
State Emergency Board; 35, 36, 116, 183, 184, 255, 260, 263, 335, 336, 367, 425, 427, 431, 434, 444, 445, 516, 598
State Highway Commission; 160, 353
State Land Board, lease to OSU; 276
State Restoration Fund; 118, 357
State Scholarship Commission; 356, 598
State Supreme Court; 45
State Tax Commission; 139
State Technical Services; 473
State Water Resources Board; 52, 310
State Welfare Commission; 415, 533
Stauffer Chemical Company; 311, 391
Sterns, Mention & Morris, Architects; 187, 196, 620
Steeck Electric Co.; 35
Steel Structures, Inc.; 137
Steinfield's; 395
Stevens & Sons Jewelers; 491
Stewart Home Economics Scholarship Trust; 157
Storch, Werner S., & Assoc.; 138
Student fee rates; 95
Summer session budget, 1967; P1, P124, 644
Summer session budget, 1968; 644
Sunset High School Dads club; 470, 492
Supplements; 63, 497, 688
Surgical Sales, Inc.; 56
Sweet Home High School Community Scholarship Fund; 157, 178, 230
Sweet Home High School Honor Society; 470
Swindells Foundation; 58
Syntex Corporation; 167, 670

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Taft Union High School & College Parent Teacher Assoc.; 567
Temp-Control.; 116
Texaco, Inc.; 234, 664
The Dalles Education Assoc.; 686
The Dalles Elks Lodge #303; 663
The Dalles High School Class of 1967; 670
The Dalles High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 662
The Dalles Rotary Club; 662
The Dalles Soroptimist Club; 682
Theta Sigma Phi, Portland Professional Chapter; 561
Thomson Metal Fab; 61
Thurston High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 580
Tigard, City of; 683
Tillamook Bay, Port of; 564
Tillamook High School Future Teachers; 177
Tillamook High School Nat'l Honor Society; 177
Tillamook People's Utility District; 580
Timber Bowl, Inc.; 672
Todd, A.M., Company; 165
Todd Building Co.; 506, 530, 599, 611
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 663
Torrejon Air Force Base Officers Wives Club; 664
Tri-City School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 414
Trowbridge Electric Co.; 530, 599
Tucker, Max & Rose, Found.; 678
Tucker, Max D., Trust; 156, 168, 230, 234, 561, 566
Tulana Farms; 167
Turner, Howard, Educational Trust; 180, 567, 581, 664, 685
20/4 Echelon #4, Dept. of Oregon; 681
20-Year Club of Eugene Register-Guard; 567

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Umatilla County Nat'l Found.; march of dimes; 672
Umpqua Community College; 60, 241, 320
Union & New Haven Trust Co.; 685
Union High School; 565
Union Junior Women's Club; 494
Union Parent Teacher Assoc.; 157
Uniroyal, Inc.; 395
United-Buckingham Freight Lines; 48
United Presbyterian Church, USA; 53, 312, 664
United Scholarship Service, Inc.; 60, 409, 577
U.S. Air Force; 161, 391, 473, 673
U.S. Army; 161, 170, 236, 473, 486
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs; 579, 685
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; 50, 54, 161, 175, 185, 231, 306, 391, 398, 473, 568, 666, 674, 679
U.S. Department of Agriculture; 167, 311, 481
U.S. Department of Agriculture:

Agricultural Research Service; 52, 234, 391, 670
Bureau of Land Management; 52, 167, 306, 391
Economic Research Service; 311
Farm Production Economics Division; 167
Pesticides Regulation Division, Green House for OSU; 218
Plant Soil & Nutrition Lab.; 53
Soil Conservation Service; 311, 564


U.S. Dept. of Education; 119

U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 132, 133, 209, 210, 211, 304, 311, 312, 323, 324, 325, 454, 456, 458, 459, 582, 590, 591, 592,

676, 685, 700, 775, 782, 785, 787, 791, 793, 794, 889, 896, 904, 910

U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development; 68, 124, 153, 202, 270, 310, 337, 362, 375, 446, 582, 723, 737, 805, 810, 816
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 121, 124, 197, 440, 456, 890
U.S. Dept. of Interior:

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries; 677, 682
Bureau of Indian Affairs; 458, 793, 910
Federal Water Pollution Control Administration; 573, 677
National Park Service; 776, 895
Office of Water Resources Research; 308
Water Pollution Control Administration; 304

U.S. Dept. of Justice; 325, 795
U.S. Dept. of Labor; 439, 676, 776, 890
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; 200
U.S. Food & Drug Administration; 304
U.S. Forest Service; 202, 443, 896
U.S. Geological Survey; 573, 685

U.S. National Bank of Oregon; 128, 130, 133, 134, 195, 200, 302, 309, 326, 444, 445, 458, 584, 674, 683, 774, 780, 792, 794, 887,

908, 909, 910

U.S. National Park Services; 202, 677, 684
U.S. Navy; 198, 776U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity; 125, 203, 311, 459, 574, 580, 593, 685, 686, 702, 781, 795, 896, 903, 911
U.S. Office of Education; 10, 37, 125, 132, 133, 134, 150, 202, 207, 231, 239, 240, 258, 312, 331, 324, 339, 366, 380, 386, 389, 392, 439,

446, 457, 486, 574, 581, 590, 592, 599, 610, 619, 626, 676, 678, 686, 687, 697, 699, 728, 834


UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administrative Services Bldg.; 111, 269
Admissions policies; 420
Architecture & Allied Arts Complex; 25, 110, 246. 250. 440
Autzen Stadium, Phase I & II; 36, 618
Bartron property purchase; 197
Beautification projects financed by Dept. of Housing & Urban Develop.; 274
Beekman, Carrie C., Estate of; Sale of portion; 455
Breakage deposit summer sessions canceled; 278
Budget adjustments; 357, 361, 365, 451, 534, 549, 637, 640
Budget, Annual, 1967-68; P1, P2, P4, P26, P124, 355
Bureau of Governmental Research & Service; 457
Bureau of Municipal Research & Service; 457
Bureau of Municipal Research; 17, 457
Campus boundaries; 131
Central cooling system, Phase II; 41, 191, 338, 448
Chapman Hall alterations; 255
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center:

Architecture & Allied Arts; 25, 110, 246, 250, 263, 270

Clinical Service Bldg. for Mental Retardation; 22, 443
Co-Ed Coop Housing, Inc.; 168
Committee for Fraternity Affairs; 652, 688
Community Service & Public Affairs, School of; 17, 398, 614
Computer Center Bldg.; 333
Cooperative Living Dorm.; 110, 269
Curricular requests, 1967-68; 3, 4
Dames Club; 479
Dorm. Administration & Rec. Center; 40
Dorm. & Kitchen; 40
Electrical system revision; 37
Estimated enrollments for 1967-68; 355, 549
Eugene Sand & Gravel Co. property acquisition; 131, 279
Fine Arts, Bachelor of; 4
Fly Ash, agreement to purchase by Kingsford Co.; 137, 186
Fraternities & Sororities, local autonomy; 652, 688
Gerlinger Hall alterations; 442
Gerontology, Graduate Center for Studies in; 399
Gifts; 53, 167, 234, 311, 396, 478, 565, 670
Graduate Student Council, resolution on tuition increase; 146
Graham property purchase; 257, 272
Gubrud property purchase; 618
Human Research Bldg.; 112, 118
Johnson Hall, finishing Room 18A; 547
Kerns, Maude I., estate of; 168, 353
Kingsford Co., agreement to purchase fly ash; 137, 186
Law School Complex; 16, 110, 192, 271
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Fund; 297
Library Bldg., 1st Addition & Alterations; 658
McKeern property purchase; 123
Medical School (See Medical School)
Mental Retardation Center; 22, 259
Observatory, Pine Mt.; 187, 195, 196, 340, 398, 458, 538, 620
Oregon Brotherhood Award to Pres. A.S. Flemming; 148
Personnel adjustments; 4, 6, 153, 228, 303, 556, 661, 467
Peterson, Ira M., Estate of; 572
Primary electrical system revisions; 37
Raybourn-King property purchase; 515
Science Bldg., 2nd Addition & Alterations; 434
Summer session budget increase; 621
Tennis Courts, fence replacement; 195
Theater, MFA degree in; 614
Turbyfill property purchase; 337
U.S. Forest Service, permit from Observatory; 195, 3411
University Theater, Villard Hall, flooring in loft; 195
Walton, pauline E., Estate of; 313
Williams Bakery property purchase; 256
Women's Physical Education Teaching Facilities; 110, 121, 270, 441
YMCA; 672

University of Southern Calif.; 412
Upjohn Company; 233, 240, 488
Urban League, Seattle; 53

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Van Eaton Chevrolet Company; 686
Vancouver Soroptimist Club; 60, 177, 682
Various Donors; 160, 230
Varsity Book Exchange Co.; 490
Velsicol Chemical Corp.; 443, 778, 893
Vero Beach Laboratories, Inc.; 778
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 130, 586
Vik Construction Co.; 609
Vocational Rehabilitation Administration; 204, 210, 313

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Wade, R.M., Foundation; 119, 302, 682, 774
Wallace-Murray Corp.; 122
Wallowa County Chorus; 325
Wallowa High School Alumni Assoc.; 910
Walnut Kiwanis Club; 910
Wasco County Fruit & Produce League; 308
Wasco County Parent Teachers Assoc.; 910
Washington Assoc. for Retarded Children; 683
Washington High School; 118, 121
Washington-Oregon Prune Marketing Committee; 121, 893
Washington, State of; 579
Watson, Thomas J., Memorial Scholar.; 683
Watumull Foundation; 683
Webb, J. Wesley, Foundation; 910
Weed, Donald, Memorial Scholar. Fund; 909
Western Bank, Bandon; 701
Western Conference of Teamsters; 780, 903, 909
Western Electronic Education Fund; 436
Western Golf Assoc.; 887
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education:

Budget, 1968-69; P3, P14, 283
Student Exchange Program; 88, 667

Western Kraft Corp.; 195, 302, 887
Western Mechanical, Inc.; 38, 365, 807
Western Rain Bird; 308
Western Rod & Reel Club, Inc.; 302
Westwood Pharmaceuticals; 320
Weyerhaeuser Co.; 200, 323, 455, 887, 911
Whitney, Helen Hay, Foundation; 204
Wilcox, Chester M., Memorial Scholarship; 774
Wildlife Society; 200
Willamette Cherry Growers, Inc.; 309, 443

Willamette Industries, Inc.; 774
Willamette Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 674
Willamette Valley Hoo Hoo Club; 887
Williams, Lew, Chevrolet; 773, 779
Willis Mechanical Contractor; 215, 597
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank Architects; 39, 58, 619, 829, 834
Wilson Parent Teacher Assoc.; 122
Wilson, Robert C., General Contractor; 143
Winston-Dillard Public Schools; 887
Witt, Englund & Plummer, Architects; 488, 800
Wolff/Zimmer/Gunsul/Frasca, Architects; 9, 15
Wolff-Zimmer-Gunsul-Frasca-Ritter, Architects; 232, 627, 819
Wolverton, Sarah Ross, Scholarship Fund; 134
Woman's Society of Christian Service; 903
Women's Advertising Club of Portland; 323
Women's Association of Multnomah County Bar; 683
Women's Auxiliary, Good Samaritan Hospital; 785
Women's Auxiliary to Marion-Polk Co. Medical Society; 584
Women's Society of Christian Service of Methodist Church, Oregon Conference; 209
Woodburn Jaycees; 887
Woodbury, Ralph Prescott, Endowment Memorial Scholarship; 903
Woodmere School Scholarship Committee; 321
Woolley Logging Co.; 302, 309, 436, 445, 456, 458, 887, 906
Wooster, Earl, Senior High School; 772
Wy'east High School; 887, 902, 903, 906
Wy'east Parent Teachers Assoc.; 774, 780
Wyman Youth Trust; 53, 168, 235

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Yakima Indian Nation, Confederated Tribes & Bands; 321, 681
Yale University; 168, 479, 567
Yamhill-Carlton High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 178, 664
Yoncalla Parent Teacher Assoc.; 685

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Zaik & Miller, Architects; 434, 512
Zeta Tau Alpha Found.; 567












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