OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1968






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Abbott Laboratories; 129, 442
Ace Electric Co.; 215, 625
Administration on Aging; 311
Administrative Code revised, Board meetings; 745
Administrative Code revised, salary payments to academic staff; 630
Administrative Code Revision Committee; 664
Admission policies; 188, 496, 519, 594, 633
Adrian Public Schools Parent Teacher Assoc.; 701
African-American Institute; 309, 443, 682, 778
Agnew, S.A., Memorial Scholarship; 893
Agricultural Engineering Research Found.; 199, 891
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Research Found.; 120, 199, 307, 442, 575, 680, 891
Ahrend und Brunzema; 64
Aid Assoc. for Lutherans; 772, 778, 902, 906
Air conditioning policies; 500
Air Force Aid Society; 772
Albany Parent Teacher Assoc. Coordinating Council; 194, 436, 455, 885, 902
Albany Union High School; 885, 893, 906
Albina Engine & Machine Works; 608
Alcoa Foundation; 571, 589
Allergy Foundation of America; 690
Allied Chemical Co.; 442
Allison Electric Co.; 159
Allstate Foundation; 899
Allstate Insurance Co.; 127
Alpha Delta Kappa, Lambda chapter; 905
Altrusa International, Inc.; 885
Amchem Products, Inc.; 442
AMCO Electric, Inc.; 57
American Assoc. of Colleges for Teacher Education; 683, 894
American Assoc. of School Libraries; 131
American Assoc. of University Professors; 902
American Assoc. of University Women; 209, 452, 772, 790, 902, 906
American Book Co.; 132
American Business Women's Assoc.; 209, 589, 790, 902
American Can Co. Foundation; 301, 674
American Cancer Society, Inc.; 322, 453, 690
American Cancer Society, Oregon Divisional 127, 206, 449, 888, 899
American Chemical Society; 322, 774, 780, 888, 894
American Dairy Assoc.; 777
American Dental Hygienists' Assoc.; 249
American Foreign Service Assoc.; 778
American Fund for Dental Education; 205, 898
American Heart Assoc., Inc.; 436, 585, 690
American legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon; 194, 210, 301, 326, 436, 443, 455, 682, 772, 785, 899, 906
American Legion Auxiliary #40, Springfield; 899
American Legion Auxiliary, Pendleton; 318, 457, 885, 893
American Legion, Indianapolis; 778
American Legion, Shasta Dam Post; 457
American Library Assoc.; 613
American Medical Assoc., Council on Medical Education; 3, 224
American Medical Assoc., Education & Research Foundation; 585
American Philosophical Society; 576
American Potash Institute, Inc.; 199
American Poultry & Hatchery Federation; 777
American Rose Foundation; 680
American Society for Metals; 437
American Society of Civil Engineers; 674
American Society of Landscape Architects; 613
American Society of Women Accountants; 701
American Steel, Inc.; 452
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.; 322
American Theater Co.; 455, 698
American Water Works Found.; 905
Amity Lions Club; 905
Ampex Corp.; 772
Annand, Boone, Drynan & Huffstutter, Architects; 362, 704
Anonymous Donors; 205, 437, 683, 905
Appendix to Board Minutes; 594
Architectural and/or engineering services, policies on; 500
Army Relief Society; 309, 778
Ashland, City of; 161, 807
Ashland Elks Lodge #944; 457, 907
Ashland 1st Presbyterian Church; 457
Ashland Senior High School; 118, 121, 133, 301, 444, 772, 778, 906
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 908
Associated Blue Lake Green Bean Canners, Inc.; 301
Associated General Contractors; 54
Association of Industrial Advertisers; 682
Association of Official Analytical Chemists; 194
Astor, John Jacob, Parent Teachers Assoc.; 452
Astoria Business & Professional Women's Club; 905
Atlantic Richfield Corp.; 35, 168
Audit Report 1963-64 & 1964-65; 184
Ausland Construction Co.; 200
Automotive Parking Policies; 420, 499
Autzen Foundation; 453, 682, 695, 906
Auxiliary Activities & Service Depts.; 290
Auxiliary Enterprise Projects Financing; 498
Ayerst Laboratories; 127, 449

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Back Acres Garden Club; 772
Baker Elks Lodge #338; 301, 325, 909
Baker Jaycees; 778
Baker Kiwanis Club; 325, 909
Ballot Measure 3, 5-28-68 Election; 190, 433, 523
Balsiger Motor Co. Employees; 206
Balzer-Trane Service Agency; 67, 217
Balzhiser & Colvin Engineering; 122
Balzhiser, Rhodes, Smith & Morgan, Architects; 219, 367, 720
Balzhiser, Seder & Rhodes, Architects; 149, 219
Bandon Community Scholarship Fund; 455, 457, 905, 907
Bandon Cranberry Festival; 910
Bandon Lions Club; 908
Bank of America, N.T. & S.A., & Associates; 81, 84
Bank of America, Santa Rosa; 885
Bank of Commerce; 309, 682
Bankers Trust Co. & Associates; 80, 83, 661
Banks High School Mom & Dads Club; 905
Baptist Life Assoc.; 209, 790, 905
Baseball, Office of Commissioner; 118, 301, 571, 885, 902
BASF Colors & Chemicals, Inc.; 199
Bate Plywood Co.; 194, 200, 436, 443
Battelle Development Corp.; 145
Beach, Agnes, Trust Fund; 118, 121
Bear, McNeil, Bloodworth & Hawes; 137, 260, 330, 610, 622
Beaverton Business Education Scholarship; 907
Beaverton Elks Lodge #1989; 207, 885
Beaverton Masonic Lodge #100; 194, 436, 902
Beaverton School District #48; 885
Bechtel Foundation; 571, 674
Bend Business & Professional Women's Club; 584
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 778, 902, 907
Bend-Portland Truck Service; 301
Beneficial Foundation, Inc.; 301
Benson Hotel; 321
Benson Polytechnic High School; 118, 134, 321, 885, 902, 903, 905
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 194, 885
Benton-lane Community College; 147
Benton Medical Assoc. Foundation; 301, 885
Berlin Laboratories, Inc.; 128
Beryllium Corp.; 120
Beta Sigma Phi; 309, 318, 443, 450, 906
Beth Eden Baptist Church; 906
Bettman, Frances J., Foundation Trust; 127, 317
Bid procedures; 500
Black & Co., Inc.; 322, 696
Blackfeet Indian Reservation; 457
Blevins, William; 596
Blitz-Weinhard Foundation; 695, 795
Block Drug Co., Inc.; 584
Blue Lake Packers, Inc.; 301
Board & Room charges, 1968-69; 108
Board Commencement Representatives; 292
Board Meetings (Regular)

January 23, 1968; 1
March 12, 1968; 135
April 23, 1968; 213
June 11, 1968; 327
July 23, 1968; 460
September 9-10, 1968; 596
October 22, 1968; 703
December 9, 1968; 796

Board meetings, schedule of; 664, 765
Board of Christian Education of United Presbyterian Church in USA; 885
Board policies, general; 496
Board policies relating to institutional governance with particular reference to student participation; 843
Board's contingency reserve for under-realized enrollment; 283
Board's reserve for new building operation; 283
Board's reserve for plant rehabilitation; 79, 176, 272, 283, 397, 521, 522, 631, 852
Board's special reserve; P3, P15, 88, 92, 176, 179, 277, 280, 283, 401, 402, 554, 752, 858
Board's unappropriated fund & special reserves; 70, 176, 272, 283, 397, 521, 522, 631, 757, 852
Bobbie Brooks National Scholarship Foundation; 118, 301
Bohm Electric Co.; 221
Boise Cascade Corp.; 210, 772, 790, 793, 894, 905, 909
Boise College; 683
Bolz Pelting Service; 307
Bonds, Community College & Education Center, Series 1968, $3,610,00; 83
Bonds, Higher Education Facilities, Series 1968A, $9,620,000; 523, 632, 661
Bonds, State Board of Higher Education Facilities, Series 1968, $7,080,000; 80
Bonneville Power Administration; 304
Bouggess-White Scholarship Foundation; 772
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 599
Bowling proprietors Assoc. of America, Inc.; 118
Boyd Coffee Co.; 902
Breakage deposit 1968 summer session, UO & OSU; 102
Bristol Laboratories; 128, 318
Britt Memorial Scholarship Fund; 772, 778, 794, 907
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 207, 907

Brookings Emblem Club #265; 207, 794
Brookings Harbor Parent Teacher Assoc.; 894
Brookings Rotary Club Scholarship; 780
Brookman, Zaik & Miller, Architects; 141, 465, 606
Brown, E.C., Trust Foundation; 683
Brownell Electric, Inc.; 713
Buck, Pearl, School, Eugene; 157
Buckeye Pipe Line Co.; 318
Budget addition for increased enrollments, 1968-69; 757
Budget, annual, 1967-68, partial restoration reductions library books & equipment; 529
Budget, annual, 1968-69; 187, 281
Budget, biennial, 1967-69, instruction & general services, reduction in; 93
Budget, biennial, 1969-71; 530, 633, 870
Budget transfers between functions, 1967-68; 86, 177, 273, 398, 402, 549
Budget transfers between functions, 1968-69; 750, 853
Buehler, Limited; 302
Buerge, Claude, Construction Co.; 57, 143
Bufton, Stephen, Memorial Educational Fund; 903
Building program 1967-69; 386
Building program 1969-75; 492
Building program, self-liquidating, 1969-71; 504
Building program, self-liquidating, 1971-73 & 1973-75; 511
Building program, state & federal funds, 1969-71; 501
Building program, state & federal funds, 1971-73 & 1973-75; 506
Building standards; 494
Bumble Bee Seafoods, Inc.; 301, 885
Bureau of Sport Fisheries & Wildlife; 576
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 207, 301
Burns Mothers Club; 778
Burnt River High School; 701
Burnt River Teachers Assoc.; 701
Burroughs Wellcome & Co.; 690
Burton & Miller, Distributors; 701
Butte Falls Scholarship Fund; 907

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Cake & Cake; 902
California Institute of Technology; 302
California-Pacific Utilities; 211
California State Dept. of Veterans Affairs; 457
California State Horsemen's Assoc.; 118
Callison, I.P., & Sons, Inc.; 680
Camas Parent Teachers Assoc.; 910
Campbell-Michael-Yost, Architects; 152, 156, 221, 473, 614, 804
Campbell Soup Co.; 680
Canby Kiwanis Club; 205, 584
Canteen Co. of Oregon; 902
Capital Construction Program, 1967-69; 386, 665, 798, 799
Capital Construction Program, 1969-75; 49
Capital Construction Program, Self-Liquidating, 1969-71; 504
Capital Construction Program, Self-Liquidating, 1971-73 & 1973-75; 511
Capital Construction Program, State & Federal Funds, 1969-71; 504, 831, 873
Capital Construction Program, State & Federal Funds, 1971-73 & 1973-75; 506
Capital outlay expenditures policies; 498
Carlton-Yamhill Lions Club; 906
Carnation Co. Scholarship Found.; 908
Carpenter Foundation; 121, 133, 200, 209, 326, 444, 452, 457, 778, 794, 907
Celanese Fibers Marketing Co.; 683
Center for Continuing Medical Education; 690
Central Intelligence Agency; 585
Central Lane YM-YWCA; 772
Central Lincoln People's Utility District; 674
Central Maui Hawaiian Civic Club; 905
Central Point School District #6; 194, 301, 436, 444, 772, 778, 794, 907
Centralized Activities:

Budget, 1968-69; P3, P14, P31, P82, 283
Budget adjustments; 88, 92, 179, 275, 400, 554, 564, 752, 857
Library books & equipment; 529
Personnel adjustments; 435, 673, 884

Chambers, R.A. & Associates, Inc.; 613
Champoeg Lodge #27, AF & AM; 885
Chancellor authorized approve recommendations reappropriation balances special projects; 405
Chancellor's Report; 114, 188, 290, 293, 429, 565, 664, 760, 869
Chase Company; 339
Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A., & Associates; 80, 83, 661
Cherry Park Parent Teachers Assoc.; 907
Chevron Chemical Co.; 442
Chewings Fescue & Creeping Red Fescue Commission; 680
Children's Bureau; 206
Children's Farm Home, Corvallis; 157
Children's Hospital School, Eugene; 157
China, Republic of, Embassy of; 118
Chintimini Kennel Club; 674
Christenson Electric, Inc.; 621
Chrysler-Plymouth Corp.; 910
Chubb Foundation; 309
Church, Bruce, Education Found.; 772
Citizen's Valley Bank of Albany; 681
Citizens Bank of Corvallis; 892
Civil disorders, report on; 191
Clackamas County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 589, 689, 778
Claggett, W.D., Mechanical Contractors, Inc.; 609, 713
Clark Charitable Trust; 778
Clark College; 695, 790, 902
Clarke Electric Co.; 339
Clarkson College of Technology; 194, 301, 674, 885
Clatsop County, reversion of land to, OSU; 611
Clatsop County School District #1; 132
Cole, Clark & Cunningham, Inc.; 571
Collins Foundation; 445, 904
Collins Medical Trust; 690
Colonial Dames of America; 301, 885
Colton High School Alumni Assoc.; 885
Colville Indian Agency; 905, 907
Columbia Power Cooperative Assoc.; 793
Columbian Bifocal Co., Inc.; 318
Commercial Bank; 777
Committee to Study Structure of Continuing Education in Oregon; 664
Commonwealth Fund; 128
Community Council; 131
Community Resources, Inc.; 905
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 885, 907, 909
Continental Illinois Nat'l Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates; 80, 83, 661
Contractor's, Inc.; 625
Cooke Scholarship Fund; 210, 455, 905, 909
Coos Bay Zonta Club; 210, 436
Cornell University Children's Tuition Scholarship; 209, 321, 790
Corning Glass Co.; 453
Corvallis Board of Realtors; 905
Corvallis Clinic Foundation; 326
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 885, 902, 905
Corvallis Soroptimist Club; 773, 785, 887
Corvek medical Equipment Co.; 322
Cottage Grove High School; 772, 885, 907
Cottage Grove High School Parent-Teacher Club; 905
Council on Dental Education of American Dental Assoc.; 250
Courtesy Chevrolet Co.; 794
Crater High School; 326, 907
Crater Lions Club; 457, 908
Crescent City Emblem Club #175; 194
Crescent City Rotary Club; 458, 908
Creswell High School; 194, 210, 455, 459
Creswell Public Schools; 436
Creswell Scholarship Committee; 885
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 894, 907
Crook County March of Dimes; 899
Crow Indian Agency; 905, 907
Crown Zellerbach Corp.; 195
Crown Zellerbach Found.; 301, 318, 674, 699, 778, 791, 892, 905
Cummins Engine Co., Inc.; 790
Curricular Requests, 1968-69; 5, 12, 16, 40, 44, 48, 60, 173, 229, 242, 245, 341, 348, 602
Curry County Court; 892

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Dairy & Food Industries Supply Assoc.; 892
Dallas Public Schools; 702
Daly, Bernard, Educational Fund; 211, 907, 910
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War; 909
Davis, George M., Orchards; 308
Degree of Honor Protective Assoc.; 790, 907
Degrees, all institutions; 149, 520, 749
Del Monte Corp.; 301, 885
Delta Gamma Fraternity; 894
Delta Kappa Gamma; 701, 773, 778, 905, 907
Delta Kappa Gamma Society; 194, 772, 907
Delta Sigma Delta; 317
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; 778
Delta Theta Tau International Society, Inc.; 885

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Air conditioning ground, 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors; 4
Alumni Assoc.; 319
Bettman, Frances J., Scholarship Fund; 584, 785
Billing & use of fees for oral health services at Medical School Hospitals; 347
Budget, 1968-69; P1, P2, P3, P17, P28, 283
Budget addition office equipment for 3 trailers; 843
Budget addition Physical Plant costs & telephone service for trailers; 843
Budget, biennial, 1967-69, reductions in; 93, 96
Building addition; 375, 502, 737
Building, remodeling main floor for periodontology; 386
Curricular requests, 1968-69; 229
Dental Clinics biennial budget, 1969-71; 542, 646, 870
Dental Clinics budget, 1968-69; P3, P22, 283
Dental Education Improvement Fund; 347
Fees for oral health services, policy re; 347
Gifts; 127, 205, 317, 449, 584, 689, 785, 898
Library books & equipment; 529
Periodontology, graduate certificate program in; 229
Personnel adjustments; 192, 670, 882
Physical Plant budget addition; 620
Services provided by staff at Medical School Hospital; 227

Diabetic Research Fund of Good Samaritan Hospital; 900
Diamond Alkali Co. Foundation; 436
Division of Continuing Education:

Budget, 1968-69; P3, P12, P31, P76, 283
Budget additions, increased enrollments; 368
Budget adjustments; 88, 92, 179, 183, 275, 280, 368, 400, 553, 564, 752, 756, 856, 865
Eugene Center; 368
Gifts; 134, 212, 326, 459, 592, 702, 795, 911
Increase in joint service charge from PSC; 233
Indirect cost credits, increase in; 266, 491
Jackson Count VHF Television Station; 510
Joint services with PSC, budget 1968-69; 283
KOAC-AM transmitter & tower replace; 510
KOAP-TV, removal storm-damage trees near by; 385
Library books & equipment; 529
North Central Regional Centers; 368
Office & Studio Bldg., 2nd Addition; 502
Personnel adjustments; 117, 771
Portland Center; 368
Portland Center, off campus programs; 368

Doctors Wives of Washoe County; 772
Doernbecher Hospital Guild; 786
Donahue & Fleskes, Corp.; 836
Dormitory living requirements; 147
Dormitory Occupancy; 761
Douglas County Home Extension; 674
Douglas County School District; 436
Douglas, David, High School; 321, 885
Douglas, David, High School, Dad's Club; 905
Douglas High School; 118, 122, 907
Douglas Medical Foundation; 301, 885
Dow Chemical Co.; 307, 442
Drain plywood Co.; 457, 894
Duke-Lab Foundation, Inc.; 450, 900
Dukehart & Kinne, Architects; 222, 342, 480, 623
Dunn, Jim, Surplus; 589
duPont, E.I., de Nemours & Co.; 200, 308, 576

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Eagle Point High School; 907
Easement by EOC to City of La Grande for sewer & water; 173
Easement by UO to City of Eugene for storm sewer; 839
Easement by UO to Jacksonville for waterline; 839
East Oregonian Publishing Co.; 577

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Accreditation visits, budget addition for; 44, 79
Biology, chemistry & physics, modifications in basic norm programs in; 40, 43
Biology, chemistry & physics, standard norm programs in, deferred; 40, 43
Budget, 1968-69; P3, P10, P30, P64, 283
Budget adjustments; 87, 92, 178, 274, 279, 399, 404, 552, 563, 751, 855, 864
Budget increase for water rate increase; 173
Central Heating Plant relocation & expansion; 501, 504, 517, 724, 873
Centralized Food Service; 504, 874
Curricular requests, 1968-69; 40, 242
Dorion Hall alterations; 505, 874
Easement to City of LaGrande for sewer & water; 173
Education Bldg.; 501, 809, 873
Engineering transfer program; 242
Foundation; 325
General studies, BA/BS degree in modified; 40, 44
Hunt Hall, Sections A & B, alterations to; 243, 504, 505, 727, 873, 874
Laboratory School; 506
Library books & equipment; 529
Library Bldg. addition; 395, 506
Married Student Housing; 505, 874
Men's Dormitory; 511
Personnel adjustments; 884
Physical Education Athletic Fields, relocation & improvements; 506, 511
Physical Education Field House; 511
Presentation by students of need for student union; 329
Science-Mathematics Bldg.; 395
Science-Mathematics Bldg., rehabilitation of water treatment system; 384
Seitz, Edna McCall, memorial; 325
Student Center (Phase I & II); 505, 810, 874
Student union, need for; 329
Tuition & fee charges; 102
U.S. Forest Service Bldg.; 173
Warehouse-Shop addition; 506
Water rate increase by City of La Grande; 173
Women's Dormitory; 511
Women's Physical Education Bldg. addition; 388, 396, 728, 799

Edson & Patterson, Architects; 463
Educators Manufacturing Co.; 713
Election of officers; 429, 568
Electric Club of Oregon; 194, 885
Electrical Women's Round Table, Inc.; 885
Electro-Scientific Industries; 322
Elgin Parent Teachers Assoc.; 325
Elks Nat'l Found.; 118, 121, 772, 778, 885
Elkton High School; 456
Elkton School District #34; 910
Emerick, Paul B., Co.; 215, 231, 621, 623
Enrollments; 114, 189, 281, 568, 664, 757, 761
Enrollments, budget addition for increased; 757
Enterprise Elks Lodge #1829; 885
Enterprise Public Schools; 321
Eoff Electric Co.; 122
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority; 309, 909
Equitable Savings & Loan Assoc.; 778, 795
Ernst & Ernst Report; 878
Erwin, Mike, Scholarship Fune; 910
ESCO Corp.; 772
Escondido Oratorio Assoc.; 121
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 315, 684
Eugene, City of, easement to by UO; 839
Eugene, City of, Police Dept.; 267
Eugene Junior Business Leader's Club; 780
Eugene Rotary Club Found.; 894
Eugene Water & Electric Board; 122, 310, 869
Evans, Ben, Loan Fund; 457
Evans Scholars Found.; 444, 683
Everett High School; 772
Executive Life Insurance; 894, 905
Executive Secretaries, Inc.; 902
Executive Women's Club of Portland; 321

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Failing, Henry, Fund; 684
Fairchild Semiconductor Co.; 195
Fairfield-Suisun Rotary Club; 444
Farnham-Peck-Associates, Architects; 816
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Federal Pacific Electric of Seattle; 122
Fee charges 1957-58 to 1968-69; 285
Fee charges, 1968-69; 102
Field Enterprises Educational Corp.; 907
Fillmore Union High School; 907
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., Klamath Falls; 194, 211
First Nat'l Bank of Chicago & Associates; 81, 84, 661
First Nat'l Bank of Chicago, Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York, & Associates; 661
First Nat'l Bank of Hawaii; 907

First Nat'l Bank of Oregon; 80, 83, 122, 127, 129, 133, 212, 309, 317, 457, 584, 661, 681, 772, 779, 785, 902, 903, 907
First Nat'l Bank of Oregon, Harris Trust & Savings Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A., & Associates; 661
First Nat'l City Bank, Bankers Trust Co., & Associates; 661
First Nat'l City Bank, New York City; 80, 83, 318, 661
Fiscal Management System; 878
Fish Commission of Oregon; 199
Fisons Corp.; 681
Flowerree Foundation; 323
Ford Foundation; 60, 684
Ford Motor Co.; 301, 886
Ford Motor Co. Fund; 194
Forster Construction Co., Inc.; 713
Fort Buckner Women's Club; 772
Fortin Foundation, Inc.; 309, 577
Fossil Lodge #89, AF & AM; 701
Foster Power Saw Co.; 894
Foundation for Legal Research & Education; 791
Foundations Fund for Research in Psychiatry; 785
Foundry Educational Found.; 886, 888
Frankfurt American Community Scholarship Assoc.; 772
Franklin High School Dads Club; 894, 905
Franklin High School Parent Teachers Assoc.; 894
Frasch, Herman, Foundation; 681, 892
Fraternities & sororities, discrimination policies, local autonomy; 115
Freightliner Corp.; 886
Fullerton Four Parent Teachers Assoc.; 772
Fullman Mechanical Contractors, Inc.; 159
Funds for Education, Inc.; 118, 301

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Gardiner Parent Teachers Assoc.; 794
Gardner, Dwight D., Scholarship Fund; 886
Geigy Chemical Corp.; 199, 442
General Foods Corp.; 571, 773
General Learning Corp.; 132
General Motors Corp.; 122, 886
General Telephone Co.; 674
Georgia Pacific Corp.; 302, 456
Georgia-Pacific Found.; 194, 200, 210, 301, 325, 444, 674, 773, 779, 794, 905, 907
Georgia, Regents of University System of; 773
Gervais High School Parents Club; 779, 905
Gifts & Grants; 118, 194, 301, 436, 571, 674, 772, 885
Gifts & Grants Report; 429, 639
Gilchrist High School Scholarship Fund; 779
Giusti, Al C., Wine Co.; 321
Glide Parent Teachers Assoc.; 122, 793
Golf Course Superintendents Assoc. of America; 436
Good Samaritan Hospital, Women's Auxiliary; 302
Gordon & Hinchliff, Architects; 624
Graduate Students, classification of; 628
Graff & James; 37, 365, 805, 807
Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; 773, 778, 779, 794, 905, 907
Grand Guardian Council of Oregon Job's Daughters; 909
Grand Ronde Parent Teachers Assoc.; 794, 905
Grant High School; 886
Grants Pass Business & Professional Women; 457
Grants Pass Elks Lodge #1584; 309
Grants Pass High School; 301
Grants Pass Public Schools; 194
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 200, 444, 795
Grasle, W.R., Co.; 231
Graybar Electric Co.; 122
Greater Oregon League; 701
Green Valley Lumber, Inc.; 309, 577, 779
Greener, Irene, Memorial Fund; 905
Greenough, Quentin, Inc.; 144, 263, 817
Gresham Elks Lodge; 134
Gresham Grade Teachers Assoc.; 674, 695
Gresham Union High School National Honor Society; 902

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Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; 80, 83, 661

Halsey, Stuart & Co., Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Smith, Barney & Co., Continental Illinois Nat'l Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago, &

associates; 661

Hamlin, Martin & Schultz, Architects; 257, 816
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Fund; 909
Hanna Ladies; 894
Harder Plumbing & heating, Inc.; 159, 231
Hardie, Waldo S. & Son; 836
Harding, V.A., Construction Co.; 339
Harris, Lester D., memorial Scholarships; 122, 444
Harris Trust & Savings Bank; 80, 83, 661
Hartford, John A., foundation, Inc.; 318, 343, 482, 585
Harvey Aluminum, Inc.; 681, 695, 701
Haskins & Sells Found., Inc.; 895
Haupert Tractor; 122, 444, 779
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.; 779
Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation; 124
Hedrick, E.H., Memorial; 122, 444
Heller, Walter E., & Co.; 683
Henley High School; 907
Henley Parents & Patrons Assoc.; 907
Henley Parent Teachers Assoc.; 909
Hercules, Inc.; 442
Hermiston Assoc. of Teachers; 909
Hermiston Elks Lodge #1845; 121, 207, 444, 885
Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 237, 599, 728, 809
Hickey, James S., Inc.; 15

Higer Education Facilities Act of 1963, Title I; 10, 16, 37, 58, 216, 231, 240, 331, 339, 380, 386, 389, 392, 465, 600, 610, 626, 665, 728, 801,

806, 808, 838

Higher Education Facilities Act of 1962, Title II; 216, 331, 380, 392, 610, 619, 665, 834
Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963, Title III; 392
Hill, Willis Archie & Hill, Willis A., Inc.; 611
Hillsboro Business & Professional Women's Club; 907
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 118
Hillsboro Lions Club; 436, 886
Hillsboro Union High School; 321, 886
Home Extension Units of Harney County; 211
Hood River Elks Lodge #1507; 121
Hood River Junior Chamber of Commerce; 458
Housing for single students; 876, 912
Housing policies; 147, 498
Hoyt, Byron, Sheet Music Service, Inc.; 598, 683
Humboldt Women's Bowling Assoc., Inc.; 779
Hunt Foods & Industries Foundation; 200, 444, 779
Hunter, Maurice Harold, Leadership Scholarship Fund; 309
Hyslop Foundation; 886

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

I.F.A. Scholarship Found.; Inc.; 902
Imperial Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 221
Incidental fee transfer of $2 per student to 1968 Summer Session; 102
Incline Women's Club of Lake Tahoe; 894
Independence Elks Lodge #1950; 207
Industrial Electric Service Co.; 773
Institute of International Education; Education; 195, 457, 909
Institutional Commencement Representatives; 292
Institutional Degree Lists; 149, 749
Interinstitutional Fee & Dormitory Committees; 102
Interinstitutional Student Committee on Higher Education; 2, 136, 149, 214, 293, 295
International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers; 194, 301, 886
International Business Machines Corp.; 571
International Christian Scholarship foundation; 309, 444
International Order of Job's Daughters; 210, 773, 779, 902, 905
Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants; 123, 310
Investment Report; 660

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

Jackson County Assoc. of Insurance Agents; 457
Jackson County Medical Society; 700
Jackson Foundation; 122, 133, 134, 902, 905, 908, 909, 910
Jacksonville, easement to by UO; 839
Jacobs Manufacturing Co.; 592
Jantzen, Inc.; 894
Jefferson Lions Club; 886
Jefferson Scholarship Foundation; 773
Jeppsen, Miller & Tobias, Architects; 337, 470, 611, 812
Johnson, Melvin S., General Contractor; 143
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 302, 571, 773
Johnson, S. S., Foundation; 579
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals; 4
Josephine County; 308
Josephine County Young Farmers; 773
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 886
Junction City Parent Teacher Assoc.; 886
Junction City School District #69; 589
Junior Achievement-Columbia Empire, Inc.; 773, 779
Junior Achievement of Eugene-Springfield, Inc.; 458, 908
Junior League of Portland; 324

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

KBND, Inc.; 902
K & D Texaco Scholarship; 894
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp.; 675
Kaiser Foundation Medical Care Program; 209
Kaltenborn Foundation; 200
Kansas State Dept. of Education; 577
Kappa Sigma; 122
Keeney, Robert J., Architect; 366, 367, 720
Ketchikan Lions Club; 683
Kiewit, Peter, Sons' Co.; 887
Kimble, Margaret, Scholarship; 122
King, Vashti, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 910
KISN Contemporary Communications Scholarship; 452
Kiwanis Club of Northeast Portland; 773
Klamath County Quota Club; 459
Klamath Falls Elks Lodge #1247; 207, 907
Klamath Falls Soroptimist Club; 908
Klamath Union High School; 326, 907, 908
Kneisel Travel; 131, 902
Knight, Richard C., Insurance Agency; 194, 773
Korman, Wesley V., Architect; 243, 727
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates; 5, 8, 37, 67, 161, 217, 366, 821
Kuge, Thomas, Memorial Scholarship; 894

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

Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars; 129
La Grande, City of, easement to by EOC; 173
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 909
La Grande Fraternal Order of Eagles; 701
La Grande Lodge #41, AF & AM; 910
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 325
Lake Oswego Dads Club; 122
Lakers Dad Club; 118, 194
Lamb-Weston, Inc.; 301
Land Acquisition, federal grant for; 270
Land Acquisition policies; 497
Land owned by Board but not used directly by institutions; 266, 405
Land purchases; 387, 388, 501, 502, 504, 506, 510, 511, 513, 873, 874
Landye, James T., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 122
Lane Community College; 252
Lane County Bank; 773, 779
Lane County Chapter March of Dimes; 899
Lasley Knitting Co.; 902
Lathrop High School; 122, 309
Latin-American Scholarship Program of American Universities, Inc.; 200, 301, 444, 683, 779
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 772, 905
Lebanon High School; 674, 905
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 886
Legislature, 1969:

Bond Bidder to furnish either certified or cashier's check; 748
Bond life to be extended; 667, 747
Bond limit auxiliary enterprises increased; 747
Contributions to annuity programs to be tax deferred; 666, 747
Pioneer Memorial Park Cemetery acquisition; 749
Rededication land & bldgs. for either educational or auxiliary enterprise purposes; 748
Stocks to be purchased from gift funds; 666, 747
Students under 21 legally liable; 748
Traffic & parking regulations; 748
Veterinary medicine students, admittance; 667, 749

Leukemia Society, Inc.; 205, 689
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 690
Lincoln County Foundation; 118, 301, 458, 886, 905
Lincoln County Legal Secretaries Assoc.; 886
Lincoln County Nurses Assoc.; 690
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust; 309, 444, 458, 779, 794, 908
Longview Fibre Co.; 773
Lord Bros. Contractors, Inc.; 4, 621
Los Molinos High School; 886
Luminator, Inc.; 122
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 615, 835
Lutheran Brotherhood; 902

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

Macalester College; 309
Mack, Gilbert, Foundation; 457
Madras High School; 773, 908
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc.; 199, 308
Mapleton Lions Club; 779, 886, 906, 908
Mapleton Parent Teachers Assoc.; 779
March of Dimes, Lane County Chapter of National Found.; 122, 577
Marion Electric; 599
Married Student Housing income; 412
Married Student Housing report; 876, 912
Marshfield Senior High School; 683, 886
Maryland, State of; 456
Massachusetts Life Fund; 436
Master campus planning policies; 496
Mathieson, Olin, Chemical Corp.; 120
May & Co., Inc.; 322, 791
May Dept. Stores; 437
Mays, Eddie, Inn, Staff at; 450
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 129
McKay, K.E., of Coos Bay, Inc.; 456, 571, 779, 886, 906, 908
McKenzie Community Scholarship; 902
McKenzie Education Assoc.; 886
McKittrick, Jerry, Memorial Scholarship; 894
McMinnville Lions Club; 118, 122, 210, 444, 456
McNeil Laboratories, Inc.; 319
McPheeters Electric Co.; 218, 683, 834
Medford Art Students League; 458
Medford Associated Teachers, District #6; 457
Medford Elks Lodge #1168; 121, 207
Medford Future Teachers; 458
Medford Jaycees; 779
Medford Junior Chamber of Commerce; 908
Medford Public Library; 908
Medford Rotary Club; 122, 133, 444, 458, 795, 908
Medford Senior High School; 121, 194, 302, 326, 444, 773, 778, 779, 794, 907, 908
Medord Thespian Troop #358; 458
Medord Zonta Club; 458
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon; 223, 224, 342, 690

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Administration Bldg. alterations; 480, 501, 509, 516, 873
Administration Bldg. alterations, Phase II; 509
Alumni Assoc.; 584
Barnett, Lois C., estate of; 899
Basis Science Bldg. Addition; 509, 516
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg.; 152, 155, 223, 388, 798, 841
Bergman, Samuel K., estate of; 128, 449
Bohren, John, estate of; 585
Brown, Amy Viola, estate of; 900
Brown, Amy Viola, estate of, property sale; 732, 842
Budget, 1968-69; P1, P2, P3, P16, P27, 283
Budget, biennial, 1967-69, reductions in; 93, 96
Cafeteria Addition; 388, 623
Campus sewer & water system expansion; 509
Central Heating Plant & Steam Distribution System Expansion; 509
Crippled Children's Division Biennial Budget, 1969-71; P3, P21, 538, 645, 734, 870
Crippled Children's Division Biennial Budget, 1967-69, reductions in; 93, 99
Crippled Children's Division Budget, 1968-69; 283
Crippled Children's Division Bldg. addition; 509
Davis, Bertha, estate of; 900
Dean (Charles N. Holman) appointed; 569
Dean search, budget increase for; 244
Dormitory bond debt service; 113
Electrical Distribution System Expansion & Extension; 502, 504, 873, 874
Facilities planning dept.; 481
Garbage & Refuse Disposal System; 509
Gifts; 127, 205, 318, 449, 584, 689, 785, 899
Health Research Facilities for Basic Science Bldg.; 155
Hospital Addition; 155, 22, 387, 516, 798, 841
Hospital charges for patients; 228, 735
Hospital, 2nd addition; 509
Hospital fees, policy re billing; 224, 347
Hughes, William, estate of; 206
Indirect cost credits increase; 158, 843
Infant death research, biennial budget 1967-69, reductions in; 93, 100
Jorg, Pearl B., estate of; 128
Karb, John, estate of; 206, 345, 411, 624
Library books & equipment; 529
Liles bequest; 267
Liles property; 409
Logus, Sadie, estate of; 206
Mason, Merta J., estate of; 900
McIntosh, Evangeline F., estate of; 900
McIntosh, Evangeline F., estate of, property sale; 731, 842
McKee, Paul B., memorial fund; 318
Medical Research Bldg. alterations, air conditioning; 509
Medical Science Bldg. alterations; 480, 501, 509, 516, 623, 873
Medical Science Bldg. alterations (Phase II); 509
Medical Science Bldg., 5th Floor alterations; 222, 342
Medical Science Bldg., reroofing west wing; 386
Mental Retardation Demonstration Center; 156, 220, 386, 665
Multnomah County Hospital, cooperative agreement with; 3
Outpatient Clinic Bldg. addition; 509, 621
Overrealization patient fee income; 736
Parking Lot Improvements; 504, 874
Parking Structure II; 512
Personnel adjustments; 116, 192, 300, 435, 569, 671, 769, 882
Physical Plant Bldg.; 481
Physical Plant Bldg. Remodeling; 521
Physical therapists program; 341
Pike, Frances, estate of; 692
Platt, Robert Treat, estate of; 129
Riggs, Mae E., estate of, property sale; 157, 267
Riggs, Mae E., property; 409
Sellings, Lawrence, Chair of Medicine Foundation; 130
Selling, Dr. Laurence, Fund; 584
Student bldg. fees, commingling; 113
Taylor, Millard B., estate of; 901
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics:

Budget, 1968-69; P3, P18, 283
Biennial Budget, 1969-71; 537, 644, 733, 870
Biennial Budget, 1967-69, reductions in; 93, 99
Budget deficiency, 1967-69; 484, 736

Telephone & campus communication system expansion; 509
Tuberculosis Hospital deficiency allocation; 735
Tuberculosis Hospitals Budget, 1968-69; P20
Tucker, John E., estate of; 786
Tyler, Gretchen K., estate of; 207
Women's Dormitory debt service; 113
Women's Residence Hall (completion of 7th Floor); 504, 874

Meier & Frank Co.; 696, 886, 902
Mellinger, Edward A., Educational Found. Inc.; 444, 778
Merck Sharp & Dohme Research Laboratories; 123
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc.; 81, 84, 661
Metals Research Foundation; 675
Metropolitan Study Commission; 696
Meyer, Fred, Inc.; 199, 321
Michigan State University; 675
Miller-Doerter Award; 458
Miller-Morton Co.; 892
Milton-Freewater Elks Lodge #2146; 211
Milton-Freewater Rainbow Advisory Board; 194
Milton-Freewater Teachers Scholarship; 910
Milwaukee High School; 908
Minden Construction, Inc.; 159
Mink Farmers' Research; 892
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 301
Miss America Pageant-National Found. Scholarship; 444
Miss Rogue Valley Pageant; 779, 908
Mobil Oil Co.; 29, 168
Montana High School Rodeo Corp.; 444
Montana State Dept. of Public Instruction; 579
Moore, Francis, Library Scholarship; 122
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 80, 83, 661
Morin & Longwood, Architects; 150, 340
Morris, L.H., Electric Co.; 122, 836
Morrison & Bailey; 779
Morrison, W. Bruce, & Associates, Inc.; 139, 240, 263, 598, 724, 817
Morro Bay Estero Kiwanis; 908
Morrow, Robert D., Inc.; 218, 599
Mt. Hood Community College; 252
Mu Phi Epsilon Patronesses; 200, 444
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 301
Multnomah County Board of Commissioners; 3
Multnomah County Hospital; 3
Multnomah County Medical Society; 194, 319
Multnomah County School District #1; 887
Multnomah Kennel Club; 321
Myasthenia Gravis Assoc.; 585

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NAHB Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; 773
Nampa Jaycees; 779
National:

Aeronautics & Space Administration; 123, 577, 675, 690
Assoc. of Animal Breeders; 120
Assoc. of Letter Carriers; 902
Assoc. of Secondary School Principals; 886
Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education; 21, 44
Council for Education in Family Finance; 310
Council for Stream Improvement; 437, 892
Council of Paper Industry for Air & Stream Improvement, Inc.; 888
Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation; 319, 450, 690
Dairy Council; 205
Defense Education Assoc. Student Loan Fund, Higher Education, transferred to Board; 282
Foundation; 691
Foundation of Fine Arts & Humanities; 211
4-H Club Found. of America, Inc.; 888
Hemophilia Found., Oregon Chapter; 129
Merit Scholarship Corp.; 683, 684
Research Council; 895
Scholarship Service & Fund for Negro Students; 908

Science Foundation; 118, 123, 133, 144, 195, 207-211, 310, 593, 603, 609, 699, 700, 702, 774, 780, 786, 791, 831,

838, 889, 895

Secretaries Assoc.; 321, 453
Society Daughters of American Revolution; 773
University Extension Assoc.; 702, 795

Navy Wives Clubs of America; 773
Neah-Kah-Nie High School; 773, 910
Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station; 442
Nelson, Byron, Construction Co.; 616
Nelson, Howard, Construction Co.; 614
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 319, 691
New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs; 683
New York Council Navy League Scholarship Fund; 773
Newell, Karl, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 894
Newport Business & Professional Women's Club; 210
Newport Elks Lodge #2105; 210, 85, 905
N.E.W.S. Realtors; 321
Newspaper Fund, Inc.; 123, 579, 781
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 211, 321
Niedermeyer-Martin Co.; 212
Nolte Electric Co.; 609
North American Benefit Assoc.; 779
North Bend Public Schools, Key Club; 209
North Eugene High School; 886
North Eugene High School Parent Teachers Assoc. Scholarship; 309, 908
North Lincoln Lions Club; 773
North Portland Rotary Club; 773
Northern Enterprises, Inc.; 453
Northwest Aluminum Co., Inc.; 775
Northwest Assoc. of Secondary & Higher Schools; 44, 161, 688, 711
Northwest Canners & freezers Assoc.; 576, 886
Northwest Natural Gas Co.; 318
Northwest Pulp & Paper Assoc.; 442, 438, 892
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory; 590
Norwich Pharmacal Co.; 129, 319, 451, 91, 901
Nuclear Data, Inc.; 454

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

Oceanlake Elks Lodge; 772
Officers, Board, election of; 429, 568
Olinger, J.E., & Sons; 909
O.N.C. Scholarship Foundation; 301, 779, 886
Opti-Craft, Inc.; 786
Orchard View Farms, Inc.; 308
Oredson, Vincent L., Architect; 716
Oregon Arthritis & Rheumatism Found., Inc.; 584, 691
Oregon Arts Commission; 578, 781
Oregon Assoc. of Broadcasters; 894
Oregon Assoc. of Chiefs of Police; 131, 907
Oregon assoc. of Future Homemakers of America; 571
Oregon Assoc. of Realtors; 309
Oregon Cattlemen's Assoc.; 199, 308, 443, 777
Oregon City Senior High School; 886, 903

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Accreditation; 161
Administration Bldg. remodeling; 362, 501, 704, 873
Arnold Arms; 236, 361
Barnum Hall; 712, 714
Budget, 1968-69; P3, P8, P29, P52, 283
Budget addition for accreditation visit; 161
Budget adjustments; 87, 91, 178, 183, 274, 278, 399, 551, 562, 751, 756, 854, 863
Butler Hall; 712
Campus Demonstration School; 506
Central Heating Plant Improvements; 387, 597
Classroom, Laboratory Office Bldg.; Fine Arts; 68, 69, 362, 501, 601, 873
Curricular requests, 1968-69; 12
Dormitory #7; 359, 388, 713
Dormitory #8; 234, 359, 504, 712, 715, 874
Dormitory #7 named Sophia E. Barnum Hall; 363
Dormitory #9; 511
Dormitory #10; 511
Electrical Services revision; 384
Food Service Bldg.; 359, 504, 712, 874
Gentle Hall; 712
Higgins, John C., Memorial Collection; 132
Humanities & Social Science Bldg.; 395
Humanities & Social Science Bldg. Addition; 506
Indirect cost credits increased; 364
Library Addition; 506
Library books & equipment; 529
Library Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 15, 395
Miscl. gifts for scholarships; 456
Music Education degree program disapproved; 12
Physical Education Bldg. (Phase I); 491, 501, 708, 873
Physical Education Bldg. (Phase II); 506, 511
Physical Plant Bldg. Addition; 506
Recreational Facilities; 504, 873
Science Bldg.; 237, 387, 396, 597, 599
Senior Cottage; 236
Stang-Hushbeck property; 712
Street construction project; 501, 873
Student Center Renovation & Addition; 511
Summer Session 1968 budget addition; 602
Tuition & fee charges; 102

Oregon Commission for the Blind; 124
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc.; 194, 209, 301, 309, 444, 453, 456, 458, 886, 903, 908
Oregon Council for Public Broadcasting; 212, 326
Oregon Council on Economic Education; 322, 702
Oregon Dairy Industries; 194, 436, 886
Oregon Education Assoc.; 886, 906
Oregon Educational Coordinating Council; 37, 188, 389, 465, 579, 696, 728, 801
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 681
Oregon Extension Homemakers Council; 674
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Club, Inc.; 194, 436
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 779, 790
Oregon Fish Commission; 120
Oregon Foundation for Dental Research; 689
Oregon Game Commission; 121
Oregon Golden Gloves, Inc.; 773, 894, 903
Oregon Heart Assoc.; 197, 207, 211, 451, 681, 691, 786
Oregon Home Economics Assoc.; 773
Oregon Industrial Education Assoc.; 886
Oregon Logging Conference; 886
Oregon Medical Assoc.; 226
Oregon Nursery Advisory Committee; 308
Oregon Nurses Assoc.; 584
Oregon Orchardgrass Seed Producers Commission; 308
Oregon Parks & Recreation Society; 201
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 309, 577
Oregon Processed Prune & Plum Growers Commission; 681, 892
Oregon Project Newgate; 903
Oregon Shakespearean Festival Assoc.; 446, 908
Oregon Society of Mayflower Descendants; 903
Oregon State Board of Dental Examiners; 898
Oregon State Board of Health; 702
Oregon State Dept. of Education; 911
Oregon State Elks Assoc.; 207, 319, 450, 692, 773, 779, 901, 903, 905, 908, 910
Oregon State Employees Assoc.; 194, 210, 309, 321, 436, 444, 453, 456, 458, 701
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.; 118, 454, 699, 887
Oregon State Game Commission; 576, 892
Oregon State Grange; 887, 906, 908, 910
Oregon State Highway Commission; 34, 775, 893
Oregon State Land Board; 121
Oregon State Library; 684
Oregon State Society, Daughters of American Revolution; 302

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration Bldg.; 501, 504, 873
Agricultural Experiment Stations Biennial Budget, 1969-71; 648
Agricultural Experiment Stations Biennial Budget, 1967-69, reductions in; 93, 100
Agricultural Experiment Stations Budget, 1968-69; P3, P24, 283
Agricultural Science & DCE Bldg.; 68, 71, 337, 502, 816
Agriculture Science Bldg. Add.; 506
Albin property purchase; 336
All West Breeders Assoc. property; 56
Andrews, Robert W., bequest; 892
Anthropology, BA in; 48, 55
Arnold Hall Cafeteria; 260, 504, 874
Art Center (Phase I); 506
Art Center (Phase II); 507
Athletic Fields relocation & improvements; 506, 511
Atmospheric Science Bldg.; 507
Batcheller & Corvell Halls remodel; 506
Benton Hall remodeling; 507
Berry property purchase; 336
Bexell Hall remodeling; 507
Bioscience Bldg.; 330, 387, 389, 393, 395, 609
Bioscience Bldg. Addition; 507
Blodgett forestry gift; 267
Blodgett Tract; 408
Bloss Hall; 137, 146, 260, 504, 874
Book Stores, Inc.; 775
Braly, J.C., Endowment Fund; 268
Braly, J.C., property; 409
Breakage deposit of $10, 1968 Summer Session; 102
Bryant property purchase; 335
Budget, 1968-69; P3, P6, P28, P40, 283
Budget adjustments; 86, 90, 177, 181, 273, 277, 398, 402, 549, 558, 750, 755, 853, 861
Budget, Biennial, 1969-71; 539, 540, 541, 870
Campus boundaries expanded; 332
Campus road improvements; 507
Carlin property purchase; 141
Cayuse, Research Vessel; 608
Central Cooling; 507, 511
Central Heating Plant Boiler; 502, 504, 507, 511, 873, 874
Church property purchase; 731
Civil Engineering Bldg.; 506
Clatsop County, Seafoods Laboratory site revert to; 611
Collins, J.H., Endowment Fund; 267
Collins, J.H., property; 408
Computer Center; 141, 290, 380, 388, 396, 464, 606
Computer Center Addition; 507
Construction engineering technology option in civil engineering technology; 48, 55
Cordley Hall 1st Addition; 395
Cordley Hall 2nd Addition; 507
Co-Signers; 571
Curricular requests, 1968-69; 48, 602
Dads Club; 194, 436, 887
Dairy Center Facilities; 58, 143, 256, 502
Dames Club; 886
Dearborn Hall Addition; 507
Dept. of Intercollegiate Athletics; 888
Earth Sciences Complex; 337, 502, 812, 873
Earth Sciences Complex Addition; 507
East Residence Hall Area, Unit I Complex B; 505, 874
East Residence Hall Area, Unit II Complex B; 505, 874
Education Bldg.; 507
Edward property purchase; 468
Electric Power Industry Chair of Nuclear Engineering; 869
Extreme learning problems, basic & standard norm programs in; 48, 55
Family Study Center; 506
Faulkner property purchase; 469
Federal Cooperative Extension Biennial Budget, 1969-71; 540, 647, 870
Federal Cooperative Extension, Biennial Budget, 1967-69, reductions in; 93, 99
Federal Cooperative Extension, Budget, 1968-69; P3, P23, 283
Feed Barn-Dairy Center; 502
Finley Hall; 137, 260
Folk Club; 194, 436, 887
Food Science Bldg. Addition; 506
Filer Hecker Apt.s purchase
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 144, 26
Forest Research Laboratory:

Biennial Budget, 1969-71; 541, 649, 870
Biennial Budget, 1967-69; reductions in; 93, 99
Budget, 1968-69; P3, P26, 283
Financial support for; 265

Forest Science Wing Addition to Forest Research Laboratory; 144
Forestry Bldg.; 190, 257, 380, 386, 388, 389, 396, 465, 798, 799
Forestry Bldg. named Peavy Hall; 56
Forestry Bldg., old, remodeling; 506
Foundation; 194, 302, 303, 436, 438, 444, 571, 780, 795, 887, 889, 906
Freed property purchase; 259
Gatch Hal (Residence Hall); 511
Gifts; 118, 194, 301, 436, 571, 674, 772, 885
Gilmore Hall remodeling; 506
Greenhouse facilities, lease U.S. Dept. Agriculture; 467
Groves tracts No. 1 & No. 2, purchase; 333, 334
Heckart Apts. purchase; 264
Holthouse property purchase; 260
Horse Center; 503
Humanities & Social Science office Bldg.; 68, 73, 502
Indirect cost credits increase; 472
Interfraternity Council; 888
International business option in Business Administration; 48, 55
Kidder Hall remodeling; 506
Kleinke property purchase; 468
Lee property purchase; 469
Library books & equipment; 529
Library Bldg. 1st Addition; 873
Library, old, alterations to; 395
Library, 2nd Addition; 506
Married Student Housing; 505, 874
McCall, Jim A., Memorial; 675
Mechanical Engineering Bldg.; 57, 395
Memorial Union Addition; 511
Men's Gymnasium remodeling; 507
Miller Hall (Residence Hall); 511
Mitchell property purchase; 260
Morris property purchase; 334
Mothers Club; 194, 436, 887
Nuclear Engineering, BA/BS, MA/MS, Ph.D. in; 48, 55
Nuclear Power Plant (Feasibility Study); 507
Ocean Engineering, Master of; 602
Oceanography Facilities; 388, 470, 611, 812
Olson property purchase; 730
Operations Research, MA/MS in; 48, 55
Peavy Hall; 56
Personnel adjustments; 116, 300, 434, 569, 668, 763, 881
Philosophy, BA/BS degree in; 48, 55
Physical Education Bldg.; 506
Physical Science Bldg.; 502
Presidents Residence Hall Complex; 260
Press & Publication Bldg.; 507, 511
Primrose property purchase; 730
Production Technology Bldg.; 506
Radiation Center Classroom Bldg.; 507
Religious Studies, Dept. of; 53
Research Vessel Cayuse; 608
Rogers Hall; 58
Sanitary Sewer Revision; 507
Schloeman property purchase; 337
Seafoods Research Laboratory; 611
Sea grant appropriation; 543, 603
Senior Class of 1968; 439
Smith-Erwin property purchase; 730
Snell Hall purchase & remodeling; 507
South Residence Hall Group; 137, 511
Spanish, BA in; 48, 55
Stewart property purchase; 469
Storage Bldg.; 507
Strickland Memorial Scholarship; 571
Summer Session budget increase; 472, 731
Thatcher, Netty M., estate of; 775
Tiffts, J.C. Palmer, loan fund; 266
Tiffts, J.C. Palmer, property; 408
Traver, Mr. & Mrs. L.N., estate of; 676
Trojan property purchase; 335
U.S. Dept. Agriculture, application for grant for Dairy Center; 256
U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Research Service Division, Greenhouse construction, lease of land for; 467
UO transfer funds for planning project; 198
Utility Tunnel Extension; 139, 262, 388, 798, 817
Veterinary Isolation Facility; 503, 816
Water main replacement, Campus Way; 384
Weatherford Hall remodeling (Phase III); 505, 874
Weatherford Hall remodeling (Phase IV); 511
Whetstone property purchase; 335
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center Improvements; 502, 505, 874

Oregon Strawberry Commission; 681
Oregon Strawberry Council; 443

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Application Engineering Technology; 245
Auto-Diesel Technology, B.T. degree in; 44
Budget, 1968-69; P3, P11, P30, P70, 283
Budget addition for pump replacement; 175
Budget adjustments; 87, 178, 275, 280, 400, 404552, 563, 751, 856, 865
Commons Addition; 504, 873
Graig Hall Dormitory; 607
Curricular requests, 1968-69; 44, 173, 245
Dental Hygiene Program (2 year); 247
Environmental health technology, degrees in; 173
Extension of Road B & D; 503
Faculty Wives & Women's Club; 134, 326, 592
Gifts; 134, 211, 326, 459, 592, 702, 794, 910
Isotopic Laboratory Facilities; 48
Laboratory Bldg. Addition & Water Chiller; 501, 873
Landscaping, Sidewalks, Stairs & Outside Lighting; 509
Lecture hall/Auditorium/Demonstration Facilities; 501, 873
Library books & equipment; 529
Library Bldg.; 509
Library-Commons Bldg. remodeling; 509, 512
Mechanical Engineering Technology; 245
Nonresident fee charge; 102
Parking Lot #4; 505, 874
Parking Lot #5; 512
Personnel adjustments; 193, 673, 771
Phase IV construction; 48
Physical Education Facilities; 509, 512
Physical Plant Bldg. Addition; 509, 512
Plant Engineering Technology; 245
Pump replacement; 175
Residence hall Addition; 48, 387
Semon Hall alterations; 385
Student Union Addition to Library Commons Bldg.; 512
Waggoner gift; 269
Waggoner property; 410
Wells 4 & 6 development with loop competition; 48, 388

Oregon Thoracic Society; 451
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 319, 438, 454, 571, 683, 780
Oregon Wholesale Novelty Co., Inc.; 321
Organization of American States; 908
Ortec, Inc.; 697
Orthopedic & Fracture Clinic; 453

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Pacesetters' Youth Activity Council; 122
Pacific Bulb Growers Research Committee; 199
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 681, 777, 893
Pacific Power & Light Co.; 589, 681, 869
Pacific Southwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 893
Pacific Supply Cooperative; 302
Pacific University Students & Faculty; 450
Packard Instrument Sales Corp.; 303
Page, Albina, Fund; 210
Paisley Parent Teachers Assoc.; 906
Palos Verdes High School; 683
Paper Industry Management Assoc.; 773
Parker, Leslie S., Memorial Scholarship; 779
Parking policies; 420
Parkrose Faculty Assoc.; 903
Parkrose Senior High School; 773, 779, 790, 906
Patent Rights assignment of, Medical School, Gunther Weiss; 345
Patent Rights assignment of, OSU, D.V. Beavers & C.H. Payne; 818
Patent Rights release, OSU interest in, Herbert A. Schroeder; 145
Patent Rights release, OSU interest in, J.L. Ricard & R.A. Currier; 145
Patent Rights release, UO interest in, O.H. Griffith & J.F.W. Keana; 341
Patterson, M.F., Dental Supply Co.; 205
Payne & Settecase, Architects; 145, 234, 359, 491, 601, 708, 712, 714, 715
Payne & Struble, Architects; 808
Payroll assessments increase; 762
Pearson & Prade, Inc.; 606
Pence, Dale, General Contractor; 256
Pendleton Altrusa Club; 134, 893
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 207
Pendleton Rotary Club; 887
Pennsalt Chemicals Foundation; 779
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; 887
P.E.O. Chapter BN, Ashland; 909
P.E.O International Peace Scholarship Fund; 577, 683, 903
P.E.O Sisterhood, Chapter AP; 325
P.E.O Sisterhood, Chapter B.I.; 200, 906
P.E.O Sisterhood, Medford; 458
P.E.O Sisterhood, Oregon State Chapter; 773, 779, 903, 906
P.E.O Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter, Des Moines; 122, 200, 445, 894
P.E.O Sisterhood, The Dalles; 894
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Medford; 458
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 453, 903
Permalab-Metalab Corp.; 807, 836
Personnel; 116, 192, 300, 434, 569, 668, 763, 881
Pfizer, Chas. & Co., Inc., 584, 697
Phelps-Stokes Fund; 131, 309, 321, 444, 453, 458, 577, 701
Phi Chi Theta; 321
Phillips Petroleum Co.; 777
Philomath Junior-Senior High School; 674
Phoenix High School; 194, 444, 773, 778, 779, 780, 794, 907, 908
Pi Tau Chapter of Phi Beta; 903
Pierce, R.H., Mfg. Co.; 122
Pine Valley Parent Teachers Assoc.; 701
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.; 682
Polk Assoc. for Retarded Children, Inc.; 906
Polk Miller Products Corp.; 682, 778
Portland Academy of Medicine; 585
Portland Board of Education; 885
Portland Chamber of Commerce; 323
Portland Chapter Chartered Life Underwriters; 903
Portland Community College; 252
Portland Council of Parents & Teachers; 903, 906
Portland Development Commission; 488, 803
Portland Federation of Women's Organization; 586
Portland Garden Club; 699
Portland General Electric; 869
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc.; 585
Portland Home Builders Auxiliary; 693
Portland Home Economics in Educ.; 887
Portland Kiwanis Club; 779, 908
Portland Panhellenic Assoc.; 780
Portland Public Schools; 323
Portland Rose Festival Assoc.; 194, 309, 321, 436, 444, 453, 696, 773, 780, 903
Portland Rotary Club; 319
Portland Sheraton Corp.; 321
Portland Spin Fishing Club, Inc.; 302

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

American Theater Co.; 323
Associated Women Students; 321
Budget, 1968-69; P3, P7, P29, P46, 283
Budget adjustments; 86, 91, 177, 181, 274, 278, 398, 403, 550, 560, 750, 755, 854, 862
Budget increase for presidential search; 11, 79
Circle K; 321
College Services Bldg.; 387, 396, 502, 798, 799, 800, 802
Cramer, John F., Hall; 8
Cramer, John F., Hall, N.E. & S.W. Units; 230
Curricular requests, 1968-69; 5, 348, 486
Deutsche Sommerschule; 352
Development Foundation; 209, 453, 454, 696, 903
Elevated pedestrian & utility link, S.W. Broadway; 801
Environmental Science & Resources, Ph.D. in; 348, 354
Extreme Learning Problems, basic norms in; 486
Geography, MA/MS in; 348, 350
Geology, MA/MS in; 348, 351
German, MA in; 348, 352
Gifts; 131, 209, 321, 452, 589, 695, 790, 902
Group for New Music; 904
Health & Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 509
Increase in joint service charges to DCE; 233
Joint services with DCE budget, 1968-69; 283
Library books & equipment; 529
Library-West; 159, 395
Library-West, 1st addition; 509
Music, MA in; 348, 353
Old Main rehabilitation; 395, 502, 624
Parking Structure II; 388, 488, 738, 798, 800
Parking Structure III; 505, 874
Personnel adjustments; 193, 570, 673, 770, 883
Retail store spaces in Parking Structure II; 488, 738, 802
Science Bldg.; 190, 395
Science Bldg. improvements; 385
Science II; 380, 386, 387, 389, 396, 465, 798, 799
Science III, including parking; 509, 512
Social Service certificate program; 5
Social Work School Bldg., alterations 3rd floor; 385
Sociology, M.S. degree in; 5
South Park Hall Addition; 395, 625
South Park Hall air conditioning; 8, 159, 358
South Park Hall, Pedestrian Traffic, Cooling & Improvements; 8, 159, 358
State Hall named John F. Cramer Hall; 8
State Hall N.E. Unit; 9, 230, 387, 396
State Hall S.W. Unit; 9, 230, 387, 396
Summer Session budget addition; 490, 628
Systems Science, Ph.D. in; 348, 357
Theater Arts, MA in; 348, 353
Urban Renewal Program; 803
Urban Studies, Ph.D. in; 348, 356
Women's Faculty Club; 453
Prairie City Parent Teacher Assoc.; 779

President's Report, 188, 292, 429, 565, 664, 760, 869
Presser Foundation; 309
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 577
Prineville Elks Lodge #1814; 207, 309
Professional consultants, appointment of; 500
Professional Engineers of Oregon, Auxiliary to; 674
Property owned by Board, retention or disposition of; 405
Property purchases, Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs authorized to approve; 746
Providence Hospital; 586
Public Employees Retirement System; 666

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Quill & Scroll Found.; 779
Quillayute Valley Scholarship Fund; 621

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Ralston Purina Co.; 773
Ratner, Milier, Shafran Found.; 903
Rayonier, Inc.; 674
Reader's Digest Found.; 781
Real property owned by Board but not used directly by institutions; 266, 405
Real property purchases, Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs authorized to approve; 746
Rehabilitation program; 384
Research & other special projects, reappropriation balances; 405
Research Corp.; 341, 345, 578, 589, 697, 791, 818
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc.; 693
Resolution accepting gift John A. Hartford Found., Inc. to Medical School; 343, 482
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning, Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg., Medical School; 154
Resolution approving contract for grant for financial assistance under Housing Act of 1965; 271
Resolution authorizing condemning Mobil Oil Co. lease, SOC; 29, 169
Resolution authorizing condemning Richfield Oil Corp. property, SOC; 32, 166
Resolution authorizing condemning Stuart property, UO; 62
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Agriculture & DCE Bldg., OSU; 71
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Classroom, Laboratory, Office Bldg., Fine Arts, OCE; 69
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Classroom, Office, Teaching Center, Behavioral Science; UO; 75
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Dental School Bldg. addition; 378
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Education Bldg., SOC; 376
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning 1st & 2nd phases Student Center, EOC; 810
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Humanities & Social Sciences Office Bldg., OSU; 73
Resolution authorizing filing application Higher Education Facilities Act, Computer Center, OSU; 381
Resolution authorizing filing application Higher Education Facilities Act, Forestry Bldg., OSU; 382, 383
Resolution authorizing filing application Higher Education Facilities Act, Science II, PSC; 380
Resolution honoring A.S. Flemming; 566
Resolution honoring Branford P. Millar; 567
Resolution honoring D.W.E. Baird; 760
Resolution, Sale of Community College & Education Center Bonds, Series 1968 ($3,610,000); 85
Resolution, Sale of State Board of Higher Education Facilities Bonds, Series 1968 ($7,080,000)' 82
Resolution, Sale of State Board of Higher Education Facilities Bonds, Series 1968A ($9,620,000); 524, 632, 662
Resolution supporting Ballot Measure #3; 190
Resources for the Future; 682
Rhodia, Inc., Chipman Division; 443, 682
Richfield Oil Corp.; 31
Ridgefield High School; 899
Riviera Motors, Inc.; 904
Roberts, Gale M., Co.; 122
Rockefeller Found.; 200, 444, 675, 682, 896
Rogue Equipment Sales Scholarship Fund; 794
Roosevelt High School:

Dad's Club; 790
Student Body; 131, 887

Rose Villa Chapter of United Nations; 903
Roseburg Chapter #361, Women of the Moose; 909
Roseburg Country Club; 309
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 886, 905
Roseburg Rotary Club; 887
Roseburg Senior High School; 122, 773
Roseburg Zonta Club; 122
Royal Arch Masons, Columbia Chapter #53; 122, 210
Rudy-Patrick Seed Division of W.R. Grace & Co.; 887
Runyon, Damon, memorial fund for Cancer Research, Inc.; 318

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S & H Foundation, Inc.; 781, 887, 894, 910
Sacred Heart Hospital; 446, 896
Safeway Scaffold Co.; 122
St. Helens Senior High School; 894
St. Paul's American Lutheran Church; 903
Salary averages for academic staff; 638
Salary payments, academic staff; 630
Salem Fraternal Order of Eagles; 444
Salem General Hospital Auxiliary; 780
Salem Zonta Club; 210, 456
Sandy Kiwanis Club; 886
Sandy Union High School "Pop" Rannow memorial scholarship; 459
Saudi Arabian Educational Mission; 457, 458, 908
Scappoose High Dads Club; 780
Scappoose Union High School; 194, 321, 436, 453
Schoene, Ferdinand & Minnie, Endowment Fund; 129
Schreiber-Hunter Leadership Scholarship Fund; 122
Schubert, John J., Naval Architect; 609
Scio Classroom Teachers Assoc.; 683, 906
Sears-Roebuck Found.; 773, 780, 887
Seattle 1st Nat'l Bank; 908
Seattle Urban League, Negro Scholarship Fund; 209
Second Marine Division Assoc.; 908
Secretary of State Audit Report; 184
Seibert, Hunter, Shute & Plumley, Architects; 37, 806
Selectra Club; 586
Selling, Laurence, Chair of Medicine Foundation; 690
Shaver poultry Breeding Farms, Ltd.; 121, 682
Shell Chemical Co.; 308, 443, 576, 682, 893
Shell Development Co.; 199
Shepard, Francis P., Foundation; 674
Sherman Chapter of National Found.; 785
Sherman Clay; 309
Sherman Co. Scholarship Assoc., Inc.; 194, 436, 456, 701, 887, 906
Shimer College; 209
Shirrod, Fred & Emma, Scholarship Trust; 894
Sicular X-Ray Co., Inc.; 459
Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference; 887
Sigma Alpha Sigma; 908
Siletz High School; 210, 906
Silverton Hospital Auxiliary; 584
Silverton Union High School; 195, 210, 436, 906
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 48, 160, 838
Sloan, Alfred P., Found; 445, 449, 577
Smith, Barney & Co., Inc. & Associates; 81, 84, 661
Smith, Miller & Patch, Inc.; 786
Smith River Lumber Co.; 210, 309, 456, 906
South Coos General Hospital Auxiliary; 910
South Eugene High School; 905
South Eugene High School Parent Teachers Assoc.; 908
South Lane School District #45J3; 302
South Riverside Kiwanis Club; 886
South Salem High School; 456, 458
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 122, 195, 210, 302, 444, 456, 780, 795, 887, 906
Southard, Juliette A., Scholarship Fund; 910

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Accreditation Report; 21
Art Bldg.; 507
Athletic Grandstand; 511
BA/BS degree programs in Geography, Physics, Psychology, Sociology; 18, 23, 28
Basic Standard Norms in Extreme Learning Problems, Speech Correction; Counseling, deferred; 22, 23
Biology, changes in degree program; 17, 23, 28
Brady property purchase; 461
Britt bequest; 268
Britt property; 410
Britt Student Center alterations; 367, 504, 720, 874
Budget, 1968-69; P3, P9, P30, P58, 283
Budget adjustments; 87, 178, 183, 274, 279, 399, 404, 551, 562, 751, 756, 855, 864
Business, BA degree in; 17, 23, 28
Campus boundaries expanded; 716
Campus development plan; 716
Campus landscaping; 507
Cascade hall Complex mechanical systems; 366
Churchill Hall Classroom conversion; 385
Churchill Hall remodeling; 507
Classroom Bldg. (Art); 507
Classroom Bldg. (Education); 502, 723, 804, 873
Classroom Bldg. (Music); 501, 873
Classroom Bldg. (Speech & Drama); 507
College Union Bldg.; 504, 720, 874
Curricular requests, 1968-69; 16
Education Bldg.; 375, 502
Education, changes in degree programs; 17, 23, 28
Faculty Wives Cookbook; 909
Fisher, Anne B., estate of; 700
Geography BA/BS in, not approved; 23, 28
Gifts; 133, 211, 325, 457, 591, 700, 793, 906
Greensprings Dormitory Complex, Units A & B; 38
Greensprings Dormitory Complex, Units C & D; 387
Greensprings Dormitory Complex, Units E & F & Food Service; 511
Greensprings Dormitory Complex, Units G & H; 511
Harkins property purchase; 809
Kanclier property purchase; 462
Library books & equipment; 529
Library Bldg.; 395
Library-Classroom Bldg. remodeling; 37, 387, 395, 805
Lithia Lumber Co. Tract #2; 172
Married Student Housing; 505, 511, 874
Miscellaneous Scholarship Donations; 458
Mobil Oil Co. lease acquisition; 29, 167
MS in General Studies--Conservation & Outdoor Education deferred; 23, 24, 28
Nursing Education Bldg.; 463, 503
Overpass across Siskiyou Blvd.; 34
Perozzi gift; 269
Perozzi property; 410
Personnel adjustments; 117, 193, 673, 771
Physical Education Bldg.; 507
Physical Plant Bldg; 507
Presidential search committee, budget addition; 749
Psychology BA/BS in, not authorized; 28
Radabaugh property purchase; 723
Richfield Oil Corp. property; 31, 164
Science Bldg. 2nd Unit; 395, 806, 808
Siskiyou Laudry acquisition; 804
South Campus Central Heating Plant Addition (Including Central Cooling); 161, 365, 387, 502, 504, 808, 873, 874
Speech & Drama Bldg.; 507
Student Union Bldg.; 367
Summer Session 1967 budget increase; 40, 241
Supervision, basic & standard norm programs in; 20, 23, 28
Swinney property purchase; 367
Thompson property purchase; 462
Tuition & fee charges; 102
University Dames; 909

Southern Oregon Plywood, Inc.; 200, 445, 773, 780, 795
Southern Oregon State Bank; 780
Southern Wasco County Parent Teachers Assoc.; 325
Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 131, 886
Space Utilization Objectives & Standards; 493, 497
Spear Beverage Co.; 696, 790
Spear Reality Corp.; 453
Special examinations increased from $3.00 to $5.00; 102
Spokane Bank for Cooperatives; 571
Sport Fishing Institute; 576
Sposito Insurance Agency; 696
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 886
Staff, classified, interim pay adjustments; 762
Standard Oil Co. of Calif.; 887, 910
Stanton, Boles, Marguire & Church; 217
Stanwood High School; 887
State Audit, budget addition for; 368
State Board of Education & State Board of Higher Education Joint Meeting; 188
State Board of Nursing; 17
State Board on Police Standards & Training; 907
State Civil Service Commission; 531
State Council Cabrillo Civic Clubs; 887
State Dept. of Agriculture; 121, 308, 681, 892
State Dept. of Education; 119, 210, 325, 456, 578, 590, 592, 697, 775
State Dept. of Finance; 303, 486, 665, 735, 762
State Dept. of Forestry; 267

State Emergency Board; 4, 8, 10, 39, 48, 59, 67, 93, 97, 101, 137, 239, 240, 256, 263, 287, 331, 342, 365, 476, 486, 530, 531, 598, 600, 606,

610, 613, 614, 616, 619, 626, 640, 728, 735, 762, 798, 802, 806

State of Oregon, Office of Governor; 781
State Public Welfare Commission; 592
State Restoration Fund; 143, 256, 390
State Scholarship Commission; 282
State Water Resources Board; 199
Stauffer Chemical Co.; 308, 443, 573
Stayton Canning Co. Cooperative; 773
Steeck Electric Co.; 38, 807
Steel Structures, Inc.; 122
Steinfeld's Products Co.; 576
Strasser, R.J., Drilling Co.; 4
Stuchell, J.W., Scholarship; 779
Student deposits; 102, 104
Student housing policies; 147, 498
Student participation, Board Policy; 848
Sulphur Institute; 676
Summer Sessions, 1969; 866
Summer Sessions Contingency Fund, 1968; 283
Sunset High School; 894
Sunset High School Dad's Club; 683

Sunset Valley Plumbing & Heating Co.; 57
Supreme Emblem Club of USA; 773, 780
Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias; 887
Surgical Sales, Inc.; 130
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 886
Sweet Home High School; 887

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Tachikawa Japan Officers Wives Club; 780
Talent Irrigation District; 161
TIAA & CREF, contributions to; 666, 747
Teaching Research Demonstration Facility; 506
Teaching Research Division:

Budget, 1968-69; P3, P13, P88, 283
Budget adjustments; 88, 179, 275, 400, 553, 564, 752, 857
Indirect Cost Credits increased; 364
Library books & equipment; 529

Tech-Craft, Inc.; 38
Tee & Jay Constructors; 143
Tektronix Bridge Club; 130
Tektronix Found.; 132, 586, 690, 697, 896
Tektronix, Inc.; 199, 454, 774, 775, 889
Temp-Control Corp.; 218, 834
Texaco, Inc.; 122, 309, 774
The Dalles Business & Professional Women's Club; 118
The Dalles Education Assoc.; 906
The Dalles Rotary Club; 887
The Dalles Senior High School; 118, 887
The Dalles Senior High School Parent Teachers Assoc.; 210
The Dalles Soroptimist Club; 887
Theta Sigma Phi; 683, 887
Tigard, City of; 123
Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437; 319
Tillamook Kiwanis Club; 886
Tillman & Booth, Inc.; 122
Timber Inn; 903
Timber Products Co.; 456, 458
Todd Bldg. Co.; 38, 221, 834
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 207, 319, 886
Tort liability insurance, cost of; 762
Tou Belle, Frank Trust Fund; 122, 133, 200, 444, 458, 779, 907
Treacy Co.; 780
Triangle Lake Parent Teachers Assoc.; 906
Tri-City Parent Teachers Assoc.; 909
Tri-County Community Council; 903
Trust Territory of Pacific Islands; 683
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 900
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 301, 886
Tulana Farms; 887
Turner, Howard, Educational Trust; 779, 906, 909
20 & 4 Honor Society of Women Legionnaires; 453

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Umatilla Country Chapter National Foundation; 309, 445
Umatilla Parent Teachers Assoc.; 909
Union & New Haven Trust Co.; 210
Union Junior Women's Club; 701
Union Oil Co.; 887
Union Usher Board of Portland; 903
United Scholarship Service, Inc.; 209, 453
United Scholarships, Inc.; 909
U.S. Agency for International Development; 133, 457, 888
U.S. Air Force; 676, 685
U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research; 201, 580, 685
U.S. Army; 197, 202, 446, 689, 787
U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Command; 320
U.S. Army Office of Civil Defense; 580, 911
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; 128, 304, 311, 439, 451, 573, 580, 609, 676, 775, 781, 787, 901
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs; 455
U.S. Bureau of Land Management; 120, 680
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture:

Agriculture Research Service; 893
Agricultural Research Service Division, Greenhouse lease, OSU; 467
Agricultural Research Service, New Crops Division; 121
Agricultural Research Service, Northern Administration Division; 121
Agricultural Research Service, Western Utilization & Development Division; 676
Farm Products Economics Division; 121, 200, 443, 682, 893
Soil Conservation Service; 121

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, 776

U.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

U.S. Office of Navel Research; 119, 198, 305, 440, 677, 787, 890, 899
U.S. Public Health Service; 61, 119, 125, 127, 130, 149, 152, 155, 156, 198, 203, 205, 208, 210, 218, 221, 223, 305, 313, 317, 320,

440, 447, 449, 451, 575, 583, 584, 586, 590, 665, 678, 687, 689, 693, 698, 776, 782, 788, 792, 841, 890, 897, 898, 901

U.S. Steel Foundation, Inc.; 580
U.S. Treasury Dept.; 909
U.S. Treasury Dept., Bureau of Accounts; 321
U.S. Treasury Dept., Bureau of Indian Affairs; 133
U.S. Treasury Dept., Denver Federal Center; 131
U.S. Veteran's Administration; 792
U.S. Weather Bureau, Western Region; 909
University of California at San Diego; 123
University of Colorado; 573
University of Illinois; 198, 445

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administrative Services Bldg. (& Utility Extension); 501, 819, 873
Architecture & Allied Arts, Classroom, Office & Teaching Center; 387, 396, 465, 472, 613, 798, 799
Art History, Ph.D. in; 60
Autzen Stadium, heating system, donors of; 122
Beall, Robert Vinton, bequest; 63
Beekman, Carrie C., Endowment Fund; 266, 268
Beekman, Carrie C., property; 410, 840
Biology & Physical Sciences Add.; 508
Biology & Physical Sciences, 2nd Addition; 508
Bio-social colony; 831
Breakage deposit of $10, 1968 Summer Session; 102
Budget, 1968-69; P3, P5, P27, P34, 283
Budget addition, radiation safety specialist; 151
Budget adjustments; 86, 90, 177, 181, 273, 277, 398, 402, 549, 556, 750, 754, 853, 860
Business Administration College Bldg.; 502
Campbell, Prince Lucien, Hall; 215, 393
Central Cooling System, Phase II; 67, 217, 504, 874
Central Cooling (Phase IV); 508, 512
Central Cooling (Phase V); 508, 512
Central Heating Plant Boiler; 508, 5112
Chapman Hall remodeling; 393
Classroom, Office Bldg.; 508
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center acceptance; 215, 395

Classroom, Office, Teaching Center Addition, S.W. Campus (Behavioral Sciences); 68, 75, 501, 508, 615, 835, 873
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center, N.W. Campus (Community Services, Institutes & Bureaus); 508
Clinical Service Bldg. for Mental Retardation; 61, 149, 218, 338, 386, 665
Co-Ed Housing, Inc. lease; 338
College of Business Administration Bldg. Addition; 508
College of Education Bldg. Addition; 508, 615
Computer Center Addition; 508, 832
Condon Hall; 215
Continuation Center; 508, 512
Creative & Performing Arts Center; 508
Curricular requests, 1968-69; 60
Dames Club; 683
Development Fund; 63, 122, 123, 203, 445, 565, 580, 683, 686, 780, 781, 897
Dormitory Administration & Recreation Center; 505, 829, 874
Dormitory: Living-Learning Residence Hall; 508, 512
Easement to City of Eugene for Storm Sewer, Westmoreland; 839
Easement to Jacksonville for waterline beekman property; 839
Education Bldg. & Central Cooling; 501, 835, 873
Erb Memorial Union Addition; 505, 512, 831, 874
Eugene Water & Electric Board, agreement with; 617
Eugene Sand & Gravel, Inc.; property acquisition; 478
Fine Arts Dept., facilities for; 472
Fuel Conveyor; 502, 504, 873, 874
Gerlinger Hall alterations; 151, 340
German Center for International Music Education; 220
Gifts; 121, 200, 309, 443, 577, 682, 778, 893
Healy property purchase; 618
Kerns, Maude I., estate of; 60, 267
Kerns, Maude I., property; 409
Landscape architecture accreditation; 613
Law Bldg. (classroom, office & library facilities); 190, 386, 388, 389, 393, 619, 833
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Fund; 819
Librarianship, School or, accreditation; 613
Library books & equipment; 529
Library, 1st addition; 395
Marine Biology Facilities; 368, 502, 504, 517, 833, 874
Marine Biology Facilities (Phase II); 508
Married Student Housing; 505, 512, 874
McArthur Court reroofing; 385
Men's Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 508, 512
Men's Physical Education Facilities; 508
Men's Physical Education Facilities, Tennis & Handball Courts; 508, 512
Millrace maintenance agreement with Eugene Water & Electric Board; 617
Margenroth, Francis B., estate of; 684
Museum of Art Addition; 508
Museum of Natural History; 508
Music Bldg. Addition; 502
Music Education Center; 508
North Sites Art Bldg.; 472, 613
Office, Teaching Addition, School of Education; 68, 77
OSU subgrant; 445
Organ, purchase of; 64
Painting exterior trim Science Bldg. & Commonwealth Hall; 385
Parking Structure; 512
Pennell Endowment Fund; 267
Pennell property; 409
Personnel adjustments; 116, 192, 434, 669, 763, 881
Physical & Biological Sciences Restoration & Completion; 502, 832
Physical Education Field House; 508, 512
Physical Plant Shop & Warehouse; 508, 512
Physical Plant Warehouse & Service Station; 508, 512
Pine Mountain Observatory; 508
Pioneer Memorial Park Cemetery acquisition; 749
Presidential Search Committee, budget addition; 522
Presidential Search Committee, student representation on; 293
Press Bldg.; 508
Radiation safety specialist, budget addition for; 151
Release of funds previously allocated to Medical School dormitory; 113

School of Community Service & Public Affairs named Lila Acheson Wallace School of Community Service & Public Affairs; 565
School of Librarianship; 508
School of Music, remodeling recital hall; 64
Science Annex B, alterations for Volcanology Dept.; 615
Science Bldg. alterations; 476. 614
Science Bldg. 2nd Addition; 395, 476, 832, 836
Science Bldg. 3rd Addition & Central Cooling; 387, 390, 395, 476, 665, 798, 799
Shelton property, Skinner's Butte; 267, 409
Sigma Alpha Mu property purchase; 214, 338
Speech, Drama & Broadcast Services Bldg.; 508
Stuart property condemnation, acquisition; 61, 840
Summer session budget increase; 480
Summer session 1968, budget addition for self-sustaining workshops; 522
Switzer property purchase; 618
Turbine generator; 508, 512
Undergraduate library; 508
Utility extension; 504, 873
Volcanology Dept., alterations to Science Annex B for; 615
Wallace, Lila, Acheson, School of Community Service & Public Affairs; 565
Women's Physical Education Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 150, 339, 387, 396
Zimmerman, L., Endowment Fund; 267
Zimmerman, L., property; 408

University of Portland School of Nursing; 212
University of Puget Sound; 887
University of Southern Calif.; 133, 324
Upjohn Co.; 130, 320
Urban Plumbing & Heating Co.; 625
Utility Services cost allocation; 498

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Vale Grange #696; 909
Valley Migrant League; 305
Van Duyn Chocolate Shops, Inc.; 321
Vancouver, City of; 455
Varian Assoc.; 777
Various Donors; 122, 440, 451, 455, 680
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
Wyoming, State of; 897

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Yakima Indian Nation, Confederated Tribes & Bands; 209, 894
Yale University; 309, 894
Yamhill-Carlton Parent Teachers Assoc.; 887
Yasui Memorial Fund; 906
Yoncalla Lions Club; 894
York Barbell Company; 441
Young Women's Christian Assoc.; 911

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Zaik & Miller, Architects; 58, 143, 256
Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation; 780














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