OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1969






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Abbott Laboratories; 242
Academy for Educational Development; 457, 855
Administrative Code addition, student exchange between states & foreign countries;301

Administrative Code amended, contracts & legal documents; 816
Administrative Code amended, Executive Committee of Board; 648
Administrative Code amended, graduate students, 652
Administrative Code amended, nonresident students, 649
Administrative Code amended, Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs changed to Vice Chancellor for Administration; 647

Administrative Code amended, use of facilities by outside organizations; 270
Administrative Procedures Act; 227, 711
Administrative Rules, gifts, grants & contracts, policy re; 213
African American Institute; 136, 335
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 588
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Research Foundation; 134, 235, 334, 460, 588, 686, 951, 955
Aid Association for Lutherans; 128, 837, 964, 969
Aiken, Jim, Memorial Scholarships Fund, 967
Air Force Aid Society; 837, 964, 969
Albany Parent-Teacher Association Coordinating Committee; 231, 245, 456, 474
Albany Timber Carnival; 951
Albina Child Care Services; 351
Alcoa Foundation; 456, 474
Alicel Community Center; 478
Allergy Foundation of America, Oregon Chapter; 346
Allstate Foundation; 961
Alpha Beta Phi; 604, 964
Alpha Delta Kappa; 967
Alpha Gamma Delta; 245
Alpha Gamma EGA Chapter #1761; 475
Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity; 351
Alpha Omega Foundation; 251, 478
Amchem Products, Inc.; 460
American Academy of Pediatrics, Oregon Chapter; 346
American Angus Association; 686
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education; 138, 844, 957
American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business; 646
American Association of University Professors; 964

American Association of University Women: Bend, 964; Coos Bay, 969; Klamath Falls, 249, 476
American Baptist Student Aid Fund; 837
American Baptist Women of Oregon; 964
American Business Women's Association; 702, 964, 967
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 346, 599, 696, 951, 961
American Chemical Society; 129, 250, 330, 463, 839, 844, 854
American Council of Learned Societies; 463
American Cyanamid Company; 236, 955
American Dental Assistants Assoc.; 857
American Express Investment Management Company; 966
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education; 678
American Fund for Dental Education; 142, 241, 961
American Heart Association; 696
American Institute of Architects, Southwest Oregon Chapter; 138
American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers; 351
American Institute of Timber Construction; 237
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Mulino; 837
American Legion Auxiliary, Dundee; 247, 249, 347, 456, 463, 475, 476, 850, 961, 964
American Legion Auxiliary, Pendleton; 356
American Legion Auxiliary, Sitka Unit; 967
American Legion Auxiliary #40, Springfield; 850
American Legion Dept. of Oregon, resolution on James H. Jensen; 116
American Legion, Indianapolis; 688
American Medical Assoc., Education & Research Foundation; 470
American Plywood Association; 544
American Potash & Chemical Corp., 955
American Potash Institute, Inc.; 135
American Poultry & Hatchery Federation; 686
American Rose Foundation, 686
American Securities, Inc.; 475
American Timber & Trading Co.; 150
American Universities, Inc.; 688
American Water Works Found.; 967
Amity Lions Club; 968
Ampex Foundation; 330
Anaconda Company; 136
Anchorage Borough Education Assoc.; 969
Anchorage Independent School District; 590
Annand, Boone, Dryan & Huffstutter, Architects; 186, 798, 869
Anonymous Donors; 136, 231, 242, 468, 837, 961, 967
Ansul Company; 237, 951
Appendix to Board Minutes; 252, 713, 993, 995, 1001, 1006
Applied Magnetics Corp.; 604
Architectural and/or engineering services, policies on; 83, 545
Army Relief Society; 335
Arnold, Gen. H.H. Educational Fund; 969
Arthritis Foundation; 851
Ashland, City of; 477, 929
Ashland Elks Lodge #944; 477
Ashland Senior High School; 231, 329, 335, 356, 476, 837, 969
Assistant Secretary State Board of Higher Education, responsibilities, bond issue; 862
Associated General Contractors; 79, 580, 678
Association of American Universities, UO elected to; 945
Astoria Business & Professional Women's Club; 329
Astoria Education Association; 128
Audit Report, 7-1-65 to 6-30-67; 654
Ausland Construction Company; 237
Automotive Parking policies; 218, 662, 711, 713
Automotive Products; 478
Autzen Foundation; 688, 964

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Baker Elks Lodge #338; 137
Baker Jaycees; 971
Baker Soroptimist Club; 355
Balsiger Motor Co. Employees; 242
Balzhiser, Rhodes, Smith & Morgan, Architects; 40, 910
Bank of America, N.T. & S.A., & Associates; 452
Bank of America, Santa Rose District Trust Office; 128, 456, 837
Bank of California; 702, 966
Barbers Point All Officer's Wives' Club; 837
Barold Division of National Lead Co.; 330
Barry Research; 457
Baseball, Office of Commissioner; 128, 231, 329, 477
BASF Corporation; 334
Basic Science Examining Committee; 652
Bate Plywood Co., Inc.; 951, 969
Batterman Construction, Inc.; 800
Baumholder American Community; 136
Bear, McNeil, Bloodworth & Hawes; 160
Beaverton Education Association; 329
Beaverton Elks Lodge #1989; 137
Beaverton Employee Activities Assoc., General Telephone Co. of Northwest, Inc.; 951, 964
Beaverton Lodge #100, A.F. & A.M.; 245, 474
Beaverton School District #48; 249
Bechtel Corporation; 580, 837
Bellview School Parent Teachers Assoc.; 707, 971
Bend Business & Professional Women's Club; 850
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 336, 351, 590, 604, 967, 970
Bend Jaycees; 967
Bend Senior High School Letterman's Club; 951
Benson, Simon, Fund, Inc.; 688
Benson Tech High School; 136, 145, 964
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 231, 329
Beta Sigma Phi; 600
Bingham Pump Company; 604
Biological Humanics Foundation; 142
Blitz-Weinhard Foundation; 609, 702, 964
Block Drug Company, Inc.; 598
B.N. Mobile Homes; 128, 136, 456
Board & room & housing charges; 213, 257, 408
Board Committee on Extension & Continuing Education; 324, 422
Board Meetings (Regular):

February 18, 1969; 1
March 10, 1969; 148
April 21, 1969; 258
June 10-11, 1969; 357
July 21, 1969; 480
September 8, 1969; 610, 711
October 27, 1969; 758
December 9, 1969; 859

Board Meetings (Special):

December 9, 1969; 859
December 29, 1969; 983

Board's Executive Committee, Administrative Code amended; 648
Board's Reserve for Rehabilitation Projects; 931
Board's Special Reserves; 566, 931
Board's Unappropriated Fund & Special Reserves; 87, 202, 313, 397, 550, 653, 814, 931
Boeing Scientific Research Laboratories; 580
Boise Cascade Corp. Foundation; 136, 591, 967, 971
Boise State College; 591
Bonds, Building, Series 1969A, $7,290,000; 305, 421, 451
Bonds, State Board of Higher Education Building, Series 1970, $12,000,000; 821, 859, 860
Bonds, State Board of Higher Education Building, Series 1970A, $4,000,000; 821, 864
Bonneville Power Administration; 237, 332, 459, 479, 839, 952
Bork, H.A., retirement; 114
Bosch, Robert, Corp.; 356
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 539
Bowling proprietors Assoc.; 136
Britt Memorial Fund; 463, 971
Broncheau, Isaac, Memorial Fund.; 604
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 857, 967
Brookings Emblem Club #265; 247, 349
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 971
Brookman, Zaik & Miller; 893
Broome, Selig & Oringdulph, Architects; 912
Brown, E.C., Trust Fund.; 139, 337, 463
Brown, M., & Sons, Inc.; 686
Broyhill Company; 135
Budget Additions, Enrollment income increase; 943
Budget, Annual, 1968-69:

Additions; 408
Corrections in requisitions; 942
Overrealized fee income & budget balances carried forward; 817
Transfers between functions; 90, 203, 314, 411, 551

Budget, Annual, 1969-70; 446, 565
Budget, Biennial, 1969-71; 117, 120
Budget Preparation; 932
Building Planning Standards & Space Use Objectives; 926
Bunker Hill Parent Teacher Association; 837
Burns Cooperative Extension Service; 249
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 128, 970
Butte Falls Scholarship Fund; 476

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California Institute of Technology; 129, 330, 580
California-Pacific Utilities Co.; 147, 355, 857, 969
Callison, I.P., & Sons.; 334
Campbell, Esther, Scholarship Fund; 857
Campbell, Hector, Parent Teacher Assoc.; 247
Campbell-Michael-Yost, Architects; 192
Camp-Yost & Partners; 178, 192, 278, 298, 384, 391, 396, 501, 526, 528, 635, 637, 872, 908
Canby Kiwanis Club; 838
Capital Construction, Governor's request for deferral of; 812
Capital Construction Program & Land Purchases, Self-Liquidating, 1969-1971; 255
Capital Construction Program & Land Purchases, State Funds, Federal Grants, 1969-1971, 252
Carlton Rose Nurseries; 236
Carpenter Foundation; 145, 231, 237, 249, 335, 336, 356, 463, 475, 476, 590, 857, 964, 969
Catholic Order of Foresters; 964
Central Lane YM-YWCA;136
Central Maui Hawaiian Civic Club; 475, 967
Central Point Associated Teachers; 231, 329
Central Point School District #6; 231, 249, 329, 456, 463, 475, 476, 580, 837, 967, 970
Central Washington State College; 354
Centralized Activities:

Budget, 1969-70; B5, B28
Office of Business Affairs Budget Add., 302
Personal Adjustments; 328, 676

Chambers, R.A. & Associates, Inc.; 383
Champoeg Lodge #27 AF & AM; 967,969
Chancellor's Office reorganization; 448
Chancellor's Office reorganization; 448
Chancellor's Report; 114, 225, 324, 447, 577, 667, 833, 945
Chartered Life Underwriters; 352
Chase Company; 635
Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. & Associates; 451
Chevron Oil Field Research Laboratory; 330
Chewings Fescue & Creeping Red Fescue Commission; 589
Chi Omega Peninsula Alumnae; 136
Chi Omega Portland Alumnae; 697
Chintimini Kennel Club; 129
Christen-Monson Scholarship; 336
Christenson Electric, Inc.; 529, 641, 906
Chrysler Corp., Dodge Division; 972
Church, Bruce, Educational Found., 951
Churchill High School Parent Teachers Association; 136, 951
Clackamas County:

Department of Welfare; 457
Medical Education Found., 470, 851
Tuberculosis & Health Assoc., 851, 964

Clackamas High School; 837
Claggett, W.D., Mechanical Contractors, Inc.; 800
Claremont Colleges; 138
Clark Charitable Trust; 688
Clark College; 245, 474, 964
Clarkson College of Technology; 231, 837
Classroom Teachers of Warrenton School District #30, 136
Clemens Foundation; 697
Cleveland High School; 136, 475
Coast Guard Welfare, Board of Control; 970
Cockerline Memorial Trust Fund; 967
Colburn, Charles & Sheldon, George, Architects; 634
College Housing Loan Program; 212
College of Wooster; 854
College Women's Club of Rogue River Valley; 951
Collins Foundation; 145
Colonial Dames of America; 231, 837
Columbia Region Association of Governments; 245, 604
Columbia University-The American Assembly; 457, 839
Columbia-Willamette Air Pollution Authority; 678
Colville Indian Agency; 967
Committee on Data Analysis, Inc.; 703
Commonwealth Fund; 128, 471
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 576
Community Action Team, Inc., Columbia County; 840
Community Resources, Inc.; 967
Comptroller, responsibilities, bond issue; 862
Computer facilities; 820
Condon Elks Lodge #1869; 349, 972
Condon School District; 967
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 604
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 145, 477, 837, 971
Connecticut State Board of Education; 607
Construction cost analysis per square foot; 79
Consultant in office of Vice Chancellor for Administration, 815
Consulting Engineers Council of Oregon; 84
Continental Can Co., Inc.; 580
Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates, 452
Contractor's Inc.; 529
Contracts & legal documents authorized signature, Administrative Code amended; 816
Control Data Corporation; 678
Cook Foundation, Inc.; 970
Cook, Ward, Inc.; 702
Cooke, J.F. & R.W., Educational Fund; 247, 475, 967
Coos Bay Education Association, 972
Coos Bay, Inc.; 964
Coos Bay Zonta Club; 476
Cornell University Children's Tuition Scholarship, 136, 145, 245, 351, 688, 964
Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 356, 709
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 967
Corvallis Sand & Gravel Co.; 373, 769
Corvallis School District, 271
Corvallis Senior High School; 951, 967, 972
Council for Tabacco Research; 599
Counseling for dormitory students; 408
Coupeville Parent Teachers Assoc.; 971
Coy, Paul, Scholarship; 137
Crater High School; 249, 329, 475, 477, 971
Crater Lions Club; 970
Crescent City Rotary Club; 250, 971
Creswell High School; 336,837
Creswell Scholarship Committee; 137
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 951
Crow Indian Agency; 475, 477, 967, 969
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 137, 475, 678, 844, 964, 967, 970
Cummins Engine Co., Inc.; 964
Cummins Oregon Diesel, Inc.; 329 471
Curricular Requests, 1969-70; 3, 12, 49, 68, 163, 187, 374, 397, 877, 917

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Dallas High School Forensics Club; 137
Daly, Bernard, Educational Fund; 478
Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War; 972
Deafness Research Foundation; 242
Degree Lists; 163, 647, 926
de Kanter & Holgate, Architects; 358
Delta Kappa Gamma; 137, 147, 248, 336, 351, 590, 837, 967, 970, 972
Delta Tau Delta, Mu Zeta Chapter; 837
Demary, Lulu M., Trust Fund; 137

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Alumni Association; 241
Bettman, Frances J., Scholarship Fund; 142, 850
Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B12, B29, B66
Building Addition; 253, 912
Cooling Addition; 645
Crown & Bridge Clinic Operatory renovation; 409
Curricular review; 811
Dental Clinics Biennial Budget, 1969-71; B2, 120
Dental Clinics Budget, 1969-70; B34, 567
Gifts; 142, 241, 346, 469, 598, 695, 850, 961
Hygienists Alumni Association; 346
Junior Dental Auxiliary; 598
Medical School Hospital dental service; 762
Parking regulations; 751
Pedodontic Clinic Fee Schedule; 913
Personnel Adjustments; 229, 675, 948
Prosthetics Clinic Area improvements; 930
Report from Dean Terkla; 762
Sixth Floor Offices alterations; 929
Undergraduate Student X-Ray Station; 409

Dillon read Municipals, Inc.; 452
Disadvantaged Students, programs for; 917
Division of Continuing Education:

Authorized organize programs college credit, fees waived; 400
Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B26, B42, 566,
Fee income increase; 446
Gifts; 356, 479, 6009, 709, 858, 973
Office 7 Studio Bldg., 2nd Add; 253
Personnel Adjustments; 127, 230, 835, 950
Portland Office Bldg., plumbing modifications; 813
Portland Office

Doernbecher Hospital Guild; 142, 697
Dormitory Counseling; 408
Douglas County; 589
Douglas County; 589
Douglas County Home Extension; 678
Douglas County Tuberculosis & Health Association; 702
Douglas, David, High School; 145
Douglas High School; 137
Douglas Medical Foundation; 231, 4566, 951
Dow Chemical Co.; 336, 590, 837, 969
Duke-Lab Foundation; 231, 456, 951
Drain Plywood Co.; 336, 590, 837, 969
Dunbar, Saidie Orr, Nursing Education Fund; 709
du Pont, E.I., de Nemours & Co.; 338, 461
Dynatech Corporation; 457

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Eagle Point High School Parent-Teacher Association; 970
Eagle point Senior Parents-Class of '69; 678
Easement to OSU by Southern Pacific Railroad Company; 630
Easement to OSU from Mr. & Mrs. Lahm; 769
East School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 128

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Ackerman Hall roof repairs; 75
Ackerman Laboratory School Bldg., modifications to heating; 928
Administration Bldg., rest room renovation; 928
Administration Bldg., roof repairs; 75
Administration Bldg., sidewalks & stairs; 410
Bennett, Ed, Memorial Fund; 857
Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B22, B41, 566
Campus boundaries extended; 806
Central Heating Plant relocation & expansion; 252, 255, 359, 809
Centralized Food Service; 255, 298
Dorion Hall alterations; 256
Education Building; 252, 299, 624
EOCENE Court; 197
Foundation; 972
Gifts; 147, 250, 355, 478, 608, 708, 856, 971
Hunt Hall renovation; 255, 256, 361
Hunt Hall Sections A & B, renovation; 198
Indian students, special program for; 759
Library Bldg. sidewalks & stairs; 410
Living-in policy; 435
Married student housing; 197
Married student housing street improve.; 310
Master campus plan; 806
Masterton property purchase; 876
McClain, Mabel E., Estate of; 708, 760
Parking regulations; 755
Personnel Adjustments; 676, 835
Physical Education Bldg. roof repair, 928
Report from President Rempel; 759
Science Bldg. roof repairs; 75
Science Bldg. small animal room; 410
Science Bldg. windbreak; 410
Student Center Phase I; 255, 298, 491
Student Center Phase II; 256, 298, 491
Women's Physical Education Bldg. Add.; 43

Edmundson, Kochendoerfer & Kennedy, architects; 280, 637, 907
Educational Coordinating Council; 79, 81, 337, 464, 604
Educational Projects, Inc.; 605
Educators Manufacturing Co.; 41
Edwards Laboratories; 242
Election of Officers; 482
Electric Club of Oregon; 145
Electric Corporation; 628
Electro-Scientific Industries, Inc.; 703
Elgin Parent Teacher Assoc.; 856
Elks national Foundation; 137, 972
Elkton School District #34; 837
Emeric, Paul B., Co.; 358, 390, 526, 637, 641, 800
Encore Restaurant; 703
Engineers Council of Oregon; 545
Englund, Plummer & Associates; 528
Enrollment estimates revised, biennial budget requests changed; 117
Enrollment Report; 326, 833
Enterprise Lions Club; 972
Equitable Savings & Loan Assoc.; 703, 837
ESCO Corporation; 129
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 848
Eugene Planning Commission; 506
Eugene School District No. 4J; 272
Eugene Symphony; 590
Eugene Water & Electric Board; 821, 957
Eureka Elks Lodge #652; 951
Evans products Co. Foundation; 703
Evans Scholars Foundation; 137
Ex-Newsboy's Association; 970
Executive Life Insurance Co.; 137
Executive Women's Club of Oregon; 604
Extension & Continuing Education, Board policies on; 422

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Facilities, use of by outside organizations, Administrative Code amended to permit; 270
Fair Labor Standards Act; 214
Fairchild Agency; 972
Fairchild Semiconductor R & D
Laboratory; 840
Fanning Chevrolet Company; 145
Farnham-Peck-Associates, Architects
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Fee Charges, 1969-70; 88, 213, 398, 564, 571
Fee Charges, "no refund" on application fees, exceptions to; 564
Fee Charges, waiver of for special programs (Application Fee, Bldg. fee, Incidental fee, Tuition, Laboratory & Course fee); 88
Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach; 146, 477
Filbert Control Board; 843
Fillmore Union High School; 249
Financial Management System; 655
First Christian Church; 145
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., Klamath Falls; 231, 251
First Nat'l Bank, Eugene; 688, 850
First Nat'l Bank of Chicago & Associates; 452
First Nat'l Bank of Oregon; 137, 138, 142, 336, 337, 346, 451, 598, 850, 951, 964
First Nat'l City Bank, Bankers Trust Co. & Associates; 451
First Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund; 967
First Security Bank of Idaho; 337
Fish Commission of Oregon; 843

Fisons Corporation; 686
Flightcraft, Inc.; 352
Florence Rotary Club; 456
Ford Foundation; 338, 590
Ford Motor Company; 129, 456, 478, 580, 609, 686
Foreign Study Programs, fees for; 89
Foreign Study Programs, guidelines for; 397
Forest Clinic Foundation; 329, 456
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 149, 543
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 149, 543
Forster Construction Company, Inc.; 539
Foundry Educational Foundation; 128, 456
Franklin High School; 839, 964
Frasch, Herman, Found.; 236, 334, 461, 686, 955
Fraser, Carlyle, Employee's Benefit Fund; 145
Fraternal Order of Eagles; 697, 856
Fred's Saw Shop; 840
Freightliner Corporation; 232
Freightliner Sales & Service; 356
French Government & French Cultural Services; 464
Fruit & Flower Nursery; 181
Fullerton IV Parent Teacher Association; 844
Funds for Education, Inc.; 128, 456
Future Homemakers of America; 580
Future Teachers of America; 590

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Gardner, Dwight D., Scholarship Fund; 231, 456
Geigy Chemical Corporation; 581, 589
General Electric Association, Inc.; 477
General Foods Corporation; 581
General Motors Corporation; 137
Georgia Pacific Corporation; 232, 471, 581
Georgia Pacific Foundation; 146, 231, 237, 247, 329, 336, 476, 477, 590, 837, 856, 967, 970
Gifts & Grants; 128, 231, 329, 456, 580, 678, 837, 951
Gifts & Grants Report; 669
Gifts, Grants & Contracts, policy revision; 213
Gilchrist High School; 837
Gilco; 361
Giusti, Al C., Wine Company; 474, 703
Glide High School; 970
Glide Kiwanis Club; 147
Good Samaritan Hospital & Medical Center; 145
Graff & James; 621
Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; 837, 851, 857, 968, 970
Grand Guardian Council of Job's Daughters; 970
Grand Ronde Parent-Teacher Organization; 968, 972
Grange Insurance Association; 857
Grant High School "G" Note Club; 145
Grants Pass High School Pep Club; 146, 837
Grants Pass Public Schools; 231, 456, 837
Grasle, W.R., Company; 641, 906
Green Valley Lumber Scholarship; 336, 590
Greenough, Quentin, Inc.; 368
Greenwich Board of Realtors, Inc.; 837
Gresham Elks Club; 967
Gresham Union High School Faculty; 145, 837, 970
Griswold, Ruth L., Trust Fund; 968
Gym Suit Service Fee; 819
Gym Suit Service Fee transferred from Auxiliary Activities to Instruction; 937

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Hahn Electric Company 362
Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; 452
Hamlin, Martin & Schultz, Architects; 282, 492, 629
Hamlin, Martin, Schultz & Oredson, Architects; 36, 765, 802
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Fund; 972
Hanover Rotary Club; 138
Harder Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 390, 526, 703, 964
Harris Trust & Savings Bank; 451
Harris Trust & Savings Bank, First Nat'l Bank of Oregon, The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. & Associates; 860, 865
Harvey Aluminum, Inc.; 580
Haupert Tractor; 237, 336
Hawaiian Trust Company; 970
Health Service Fee; 819
Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation; 137, 329, 338
Heller, George, Memorial Found. Inc.; 964
Heller, Walter E., & Company; 688
Henley High School; 951
Henley Parents & Patrons; 972
Heppner Elks Lodge #1845; 128, 349
Hermiston Rotary Club; 128
Hervin Company; 962
Hewlett & Jamison , Architects; 43, 299, 624, 806, 892, 894
Hewlett Packard Company; 338, 475
High School Equivalency Program; 917
Higher Education Bldg. Costs, Legislative Fiscal Committee Report; 545
Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963; 179, 494, 528, 530, 630, 777, 896
Hill Family Foundation; 330
Hill, Harold Newlin, Foundation; 146, 477
Hillsboro Elks Lodge; 137, 349, 590
Hillsboro Lions Club; 838
Hillsboro Union High School; 591, 964
Hinkle, E. F. & Co., Inc. ; 605
Hise Studios; 840
Hoffman Construction Co. ; 358, 392, 526
Holly Society of America, Inc. ; 461
Honolulu Elks Lodge #616; 137
Hood River Elks Lodge #1507; 145
Hood River High School; 248
Hood River Rotary Club; 858
Housing for single students; 77
Humble Oil Education Foundation; 129
Hunt Foods & Industries Foundation; 237
Hyslop Agricultural Research Memorial; 840

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Incidental Fees, Inter institutional Committee on; 666, 818, 933
Incidental Fees, recommended policies; 938
Independence Elks Lodge #1950; 349
Independent Order of Oddfellows, Stockton Lodge; 972
Indirect cost allowances; 656
Indirect cost credits, 1969-70 budgets; 568
Industrial Electric Service Co.; 838
Industrial Forestry Association; 150
Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance; 352
Institute of International Education; 249
Interinstitutional Committee on Incidental Fees; 666, 818, 933
Institutional degree lists; 163, 379, 647
Interinstitutional Fee & Dormitory Committees; 213, 398
International Association of Fire Chiefs, Inc.; 145
International Assoc. of Machinists; 456
International Assoc. of Official Human Rights Agencies; 703
International Business Machines Corp.; 248, 581, 609
International Christian Scholarship Foundation; 965
International Order of Job's Daughters; 678, 838, 857, 965, 970
International Order of Machinists; 128
International Order of Rainbow for Girls; 968
International Resistance Co., Division of TRW, Inc.; 840
International Union of Operating Engineers; 591
Investment Report; 660
Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 491

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Jackson County IED; 969
Jackson County Young Farmer's Club; 838
Jackson Foundation; 137, 143, 961, 964, 968, 970, 972
Jaggar-Sroufe Company; 390, 526
Jantzen, Inc.; 336
Jafferson County Livestock Assoc.; 956
Jeppsen, Miller & Tobias, Architects; 286
Johnson, D.R., Lumber Company; 857
Johnson, E.F., Company; 969
Johnson, Earle & Minnie, Trust; 970
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 128, 329, 678
Johnson, S.S., Foundation; 851, 968
Joseph Lions Club; 972
Josephine County; 461
Junction City Education Assoc.; 329
Junior Achievement, Columbia Empire, Inc.; 965
Junior League of Portland, Inc.; 145

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Kadena Officer's Wives Club; 590
Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp.; 580, 581
Kaiser Foundation Health Services Research Unit; 696, 854
Kaiser Foundation Hospital; 231
Kanto Benevolent Association; 838
Kappa Sigma;245
Keeney, Robert J., Architect; 40, 622
Keller Lumber Company; 838
Kelley-Clarke Company; 703
Kent-Meridian Senior High School; 336
Ketchikan Lions Club; 128, 590
Kingsbury, Mr. & Mrs. H.B., Scholarship Fund; 146
Kistler Instrument Corporation; 232
Klamath Board of Realtors; 137
Klamath County; 135
Klamath County Library; 858
Klamath County Medical Society, Women's Auxiliary; 599
Klamath Falls City Library; 858
Klamath Falls Soroptimist Club; 971
Klamath Kiwanis Club; 972
Klamath Union High School; 137, 477, 838
KMED Radio & TV; 479
KOEN, Roseburg; 972
KOIN-AM FM TV; 679
Korman, Wesley V., Architect; 198, 361
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates, Engineers; 36, 38, 40, 175, 197, 259, 489 498, 502, 504, 622, 645, 779, 899, 904
Kuhn, Loeb & Co. & Associates; 451
Kunze-Case, Inc.; 478
Kuwait Embassy; 688

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Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars; 471
La Grande Eagles Lodge; 147
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 972
La Grande Fruit Company; 355
La Grande Industrial Development Corp.; 807
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 857
Lake County Intermediate Education District; 477, 706
Lake Oswego Elks Lodge #2263; 349
Lamb-Weston, Inc.; 231
Land, Advance Acquisition Program; 653
Land Purchases; 252, 253, 255
Lane Community College; 139
Lane County; 957
Lane County Chapter March of Dimes; 470
Lane County School District 4J; 508
Lantz, C.A., Construction Company; 628
Latin America Scholarship Program of American Universities, Inc.; 137, 336, 965
Lebanon High School; 678
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 968
Lee Foundation; 329
Legislature, 1969:

HB 1813, Stadium Improvements; 272
Legislative Fiscal Committee Report; 83, 545
SCR2, Commendation Pres. James H. Jensen, OSU; 115
Ways & Means Committee; 182, 225, 271, 294, 382, 396, 398, 408, 932

Leman, Wm., Inc.; 236
Lents Lodge #156, A.F. & A.M.; 352
Leukemia Society of America, Inc.; 143, 470, 697
Leukemia Society of America, Inc.; Oregon Chapter; 347, 697, 961
Lewis & Clark College; 145
Lilly, Eli, & Company; 962
Lincoln City Lions Club; 968
Lincoln County Foundation; 231
Ling Electronics; 232
Linkville Kiwanis Club; 251
Linn County Public Welfare Commission; 583
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust; 249, 336, 463, 477, 857, 970
Living-in Requirements, all institutions; 435
Longview Fibre Company; 838
Lord Bros. Contractors, Inc.; 641, 645, 809, 906
Luce, Charles-Nancy O., Trust; 972
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 70, 73, 394, 496, 497, 505, 619, 634

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"M" Club, Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund, 590
Macalester College; 137, 336
Madras Elks Lodge #2107; 349, 972
Madras High School; 972
Malheur Onion Growers Assoc.; 589, 956
Mallorie Dairy; 461
Mallory Ave. Christian Church; 245, 474, 965
Manning Social Club; 471
Mapleton Education Association; 838
Mapleton Lions Club; 968
Marion County Intermediate Education District; 708
Marion Electric; 539, 800
Married Student Housing Charges increased; 216
Married Student Housing Report; 77
Marshfield Senior High School; 970
Massachusetts Life Fund; 456
Maxwell Air Force Base Civil Air Patrol; 837
McCall Rotary Club; 128
McCloud River Railroad Company; 478
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 338, 472
McKay, K.E., of Coos Bay, Inc.; 128, 137, 231, 248, 968, 970
McKenzie Education Association; 128
McKenzie River High School; 231, 970, 972
McKenzie River Schools; 128
McLoughlin Union High School; 456, 970
McMinnville Lions Club; 456, 463
McMinnville Rotana Club; 838
McPheeters Electric Co.; 635, 901
Medford A & W Drive-in; 249
Medford Altrusa Club; 969
Medford Junior Chamber of Commerce; 970
Medford Senior High School; 128, 138, 231, 237, 238, 249, 250, 336, 337, 476, 477, 839, 857, 964, 965, 969, 971
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon; 477

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Adamson, Robert K., Estate of, property sale; 911
Administration Bldg. alterations; 252, 639
Administration Bldg. remodeling for telephone service; 76, 409
Alumni Association; 470
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg.; 278, 636, 905
Brock, Jessie F., Estate of, property sale; 910
Budget addition, increased enroll.; 2
Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B9, B39, 566
Clarke, Marguerite R., Estate of; 851
C.M. & E. Co., distribution assets; 509
Crippled Children's Division Biennial Budget, 1969-70; B5, B33, 567
Des Rochers, Ernest, Estate of; 961
Electrical Distribution System Expansion & Extension; 253, 255
Funeral Directors, fees to for bodies; 386
Gevurtz, louis, Estate of; 242
Gifts; 142, 242, 346, 470,696, 850, 961
Henke, Emma, Estate of; 243
Hospital charges for patients; 511
Indirect cost credits increase; 387
Mackenzie hall, incinerator unit in; 930
Mackenzie Hall (Medical Science Bldg.); 386
Master's degree program in School of Nursing; 763
Medical Science & Administration Bldg., alterations; 252, 639
Medical Science Bldg. named Mackenzie Hall; 386
Noren, Myrtle W., estate property sale; 281
Parking Lot improvements; 255
Parking Regulations; 751
Personal adjustments; 126, 229, 455, 676, 835, 948
Pier, Alma R., Estate of; 851
Report from Dean Holman; 763
Scholarships; 599
Shine, Lucille N., Estate of; 349
Sisson, Mrs. A. O., Estate of; 143
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics, Biennial Budget, 1969-71, B2, 120
Teaching Hospitals 7 Clinics, Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B30, 567
Telephone equipment alterations; 76, 409
Vogan, Grace Dawson, Estate of; 244, 603
Wendel Memorial Fund; 603, 851
Women's Residence Hall (completion 7th Floor); 255
Work Estate mortgage, Seaside Stock Farm, Inc.; 508

Medical technology programs; 397
Meier & Frank Company; 965
Mellinger, Edward A., Educational Foundation, Inc.; 336
Merck & Company, Inc.; 686
Merck Company Foundation; 697
Merck, Sharp & Dohme; 262
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc.; 451
Metropolitan Study Commission; 245
Milheim Foundation for Cancer Research; 697
MillBrae Education Association; 968
Miller-Morton Company; 686, 956
Milton-Freewater Bank of Commerce; 231
Milton-Freewater Education Assoc.; 972
Milwaukie Elks Lodge #2032 & Elkettes; 349
Milwaukie High School; 145
Mink Farmer's Research; 589
Minneapolis Star Tribune; 336
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 329
Miss Umatilla County Pageant; 590
Modesto High School Faculty Members; 137
Moffatt, Nichol & Bonney, Inc., Engineers; 277, 770, 781
Mogul Corporation; 965
Molalla Jayceettes; 965
Molalla Union High School MATA; 968
Monmouth, City of, deeding of OCE land to for street; 798
Monmouth, City of, road construction; 394, 619, 797, 798
Monsanto Co.; 373, 507, 769, 780
Montana State Dept. of Public Instruction; 844
Monterey Peninsula College; 838
Morabito-Forty Niner Memorial Fund; 128
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 451
Morris, L.H., Electric Co.; 373, 507, 769, 780
Morrison, Funatake & Associates, Inc.; 871
Morrison, W. Bruce, & Associates; 153, 186, 359, 368, 537, 799, 809
Morrow, Robert D., Inc.; 362, 529,, 635, 901
Moulton, C.H., Trust; 352
Mt. Edgecumbe-Sitka Business & Professional Women's Club; 968
Mt. Morah Lodge #95; 247
Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church; 965
Mountain View High School; 336
Mu Phi Epsilon Alumnae; 137
Mu Phi Epsilon Patronesses; 137, 336
Mulcahy Foundation; 145, 604
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 329
Multnomah County Hospital; 657
Multnomah County Intermediate Education District; 354, 855
Multnomah County School District #1; 389, 532
Multnomah Kennel Club; 474
Mutual of New York; 352
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc., Oregon Chapter; 347, 697

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NCO Wives Club, Kindley Air Force Base; 838
Naming of State System Institutions, Board policy on; 225
Nat'l Aeronautics & Space Administration; 129, 238, 581, 679, 688, 952, 957
Nat'l Aeronautics & Space Administration; Manned Spacecraft Center; 688
Nat'l Association of Accountants; 475
Nat'l Assoc. of Animal Breeders; 461
Nat'l Assoc. of Schools of Music; 795
Nat'l Assoc. of Secondary School Principals; 137
Nat'l Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education; 75
Nat'l Council for Air & Stream Improvement, Inc.; 236, 686, 843
Nat'l Council for Stream Improvement; 956
Nat'l Council of paper industry for Air & Stream Improvements, Inc.; 232, 581, 679, 952
Nat'l Council on the Aging; 688
Nat'l Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation; 697, 851
Nat'l Defense Education Act Student Loan Program; 657
Nat'l Foundation, March of Dimes; 145, 245, 599, 698, 968
Nat'l Four-H Club Foundation; 952
Nat'l Merit Scholarship Corp.; 590, 591
Nat'l Park Service; 688
Nat'l Quotation Bureau, Inc.; 703
Nat'l Scholarship Service & Fund for Negro Students; 970
Nat'l Science Foundation; 130, 139, 146, 232, 238, 246, 248, 250, 288, 295, 331, 338, 353, 355, 457, 464, 476, 478, 582, 591, 600, 605, 679,

689, 840, 844, 854, 896, 952, 957, 962, 966

Nat'l Secretaries Association; 351, 474
Nat'l Society Daughters of Am. Revolution; 128, 456
Navy Relief Society; 838, 970
Neah-Kah-Nie High School; 838
Nevada State Employees Assoc.; 970
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 347, 472
New York Council Navy League Scholarship Fund; 838
New York University Medical Center; 956
Newport, Port of, lease land OSU; 491
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 604, 965
Nonresident Students, Administrative Code Amended, 649
North Eugene High School; 231, 249, 838, 951
Northern Lights Civic & Social Club; 137
Northwest Assoc. of Secondary & Higher Schools; 67, 592
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc.; 135
Northwest Food Processors Assoc.; 686
Northwest Pulp & Paper Assoc.; 461, 583, 956
Norwich Pharmacy Company; 348, 698
Nutrition Foundation, Inc.; 131, 233

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Oakland High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; Student Body; 137, 951
Ober, Harold, Associates, Inc.; 344
Office of the Grand Commissioner of Education, Memphis; 336
Officers, Board, Election of ; 482
Omark Industries, Inc.; 698
Ontario Emblem Club; 137
Oredson, Vincent L., Architect; 194
Oregon Arts Commission; 246, 704, 960
Oregon Assoc. School Librarians; 844
Oregon Bulb Farms; 687
Oregon Cattlemen's Assoc.; 135, 334, 461, 687
Oregon City Senior High School; 838, 965, 970

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Administration Bldg. renovation; 80, 186, 252, 798, 869
Bachelor of Arts in General Studies degree; 3
Budget, annual, 1969-70; B5, B18, B41, 566
Campbell Hall basement alterations; 928
Campbell Hall reroofing; 410
Campus boundaries; 184, 618
Campus Elementary School, modifications to steam service, electricity; 928
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg., (Fine Arts); 183, 252, 536
Cook property purchase; 395
Curricular Requests 1969-70; 3
Dormitory #8; 255, 529
Education media specialists M/S in Education degree; 3
Electrical revisions, Campus Elementary School gym; 75
Food Service Bldg.; 255, 800
Gifts; 146, 247, 354, 475, 606, 706, 855, 967
Heating Plant improvements; 871
Lauerman property purchase; 620
Living-in policy; 435
Misc. donations; 476
Multiple handicapped, teachers for; 788, 811
Music Education, Master of; 792, 811
Personnel Adjustments; 835
Physical Education Bldg. (Phase I); 10, 252
Recreational Facilities; 255
Regional planning, BA/BS in general studies-social sciences; 3
Report from President Rice; 760
Street construction project; 252, 394, 619, 797
Teacher education program; 760
Teachers of multiple handicapped, MS in Education degree; 788, 811
Teaching equipment grant, matching funds for; 395
Terry property purchase; 395
Training School electrical transformer service modernization; 410

Oregon Conference, Women's Society of Christian Service; 604
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers; 231, 245, 334, 456, 474, 476, 477, 703, 838, 965, 971
Oregon Constitution, amendment; 669
Oregon Council of Architects; 84, 546
Oregon Council of the Blind, Inc.; 971
Oregon Council on Economic Education; 356, 477, 704
Oregon Division of State Lands; 330
Oregon Education Association; 951, 968, 971
Oregon Essential Oil Grower's League; 135
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.; 231, 456, 678
Oregon Federation of Women's Club; 838, 965
Oregon Feedstuff's Transportation Committee; 461
Oregon Filbert Commission; 236, 687
Oregon Foundation for Dental Research & Development; 695, 850
Oregon Fryer Commission; 128
Oregon Golden Gloves, Inc.; 971
Oregon Heart Assoc.; 233, 348, 457, 696, 698
Oregon Holly Growers Assoc.; 589
Oregon Horsemen's Assoc.; 289
Ore-Ida Foods, Inc.; 338
Oregon Medical Assoc.; 698
Oregon Museum of Science & Industry; 838
Oregon Nursery Advisory Committee; 335
Oregon Nurses Assoc.; 349, 851, 961
Oregon Orchardgrass Seed Producers Comm.; 461
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 245, 355
Oregon Potato Commission; 335
Oregon Processed Prune & Plum Growers Comm.; 236
Oregon Seed Council; 458
Oregon Shakespearean Festival Assoc.; 971
Oregon State Aerie Fraternal Order of Eagles; 336, 474
Oregon State Dept. of Agriculture; 236, 335, 462, 687
Oregon State Dept. of Commerce; 353, 584
Oregon State Dept. of Education; 607, 704, 706, 708, 709, 857, 958
Oregon State Education Assoc.; 250
Oregon State Elks Assoc.; 243, 336, 349, 472, 678, 698, 965, 971, 972
Oregon State Employees Assoc.; 149, 358, 942
Oregon State Employment Division; 958
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs; 605, 704
Oregon State Fish & Game Commission; 135, 462, 631, 687, 956
Oregon State Grange; 147, 248, 968, 971
Oregon State Highway Dept.; 929
Oregon State Land Board; 131
Oregon State Program on Aging; 696, 704

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Accreditation visit by N.W. Assoc. Secondary & Higher Schools; 67
Administration Bldg.; 252, 255, 894
Aft property purchase; 630
Agricultural Experiment Station Biennial Budget, 1969-71; B2, 120
Agricultural Experiment Stations Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B35, 567
Agriculture Science & SCE Bldg.; 253, 282, 765
American Studies, BA/BS in; 49
Apperson Hall electrical services; 76
Arnold Hall Cafeteria; 160, 162, 255, 294, 864
Athletics, Intercollegiate, Dept. of, Financial Data; 267
Atmospheric Remote Sensing Observatory; 288, 296
Atmospheric Science, MA/MS & Ph.D. in; 49
Bates property purchase; 631
Bequest to, anonymous, litigation re; 632
Bell property purchase; 156
Binns property purchases; 492
Bloss Hall; 151, 162, 255, 864
Book Stores, Inc.; 231
Budget addition for accreditation visit; 67
Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B14, B39, 566
Camp Adair easements for roadway; 891
Campion property purchase; 370
Central Heating Plant Boiler; 253, 255
Clayton property purchase; 370
Computer Center; 892
Computer Center Addition; 295
Cooperatives, charges increased; 215
Corvallis School District to use Stadium facilities; 271
Courtney, William, estate property purchase; 65
Curricular Requests, 1969-70; 49, 877
Dads Club; 329
Dairy Center Facilities; 66
Dames Club; 838
Earth Sciences Complex; 286
Earth Sciences Complex Addition; 253
Easement from Mr. Mrs. Lahm; 769
Easement to Southern Pacific Co. for sewer line; 630
East Residence Hall Area, Unit I, Complex B; 151, 256
East Residence Hall Area, Unit II, Complex B; 151
Educational Activities Dept., Financial Data; 267
Electric Power Industry Chair of Nuclear Engineering; 458
Entomology, undergraduate option in; 49
Federal Cooperative Extension Biennial Budget, 1969-71; B2, 120
Federal Cooperative Extension Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B35, 567
Feed Barn-Dairy Center; 253
Field Burning Research; 820
Folk Club; 231, 456, 838
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 296
Forest Research Laboratory Biennial Budget, 1969-71; B2, 120
Forest Research Laboratory Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B36
Forest Research Laboratory, financial support for; 296
Forestry Bldg.; 492, 628
Foundation; 135, 138, 231, 232, 248, 329, 331, 337, 456, 458, 476, 580, 681, 838, 841, 968
Gifts; 128, 231, 329, 456, 580, 678, 837, 951
Harney County, lease of land from; 293
Hilton, Mary Snellstrom, Estate of; 329
History of Science, Ph.D. program in; 877, 917
Home Economics Bldg. Auditorium alterations; 928
Horse Center; 254, 289, 296
Humanities & Social Sciences Office Bldg.; 253
Indirect cost credits increase; 369
Industrial Bldg. rehabilitation; 928
Industrial Bldg. remodeling for Photo Art Laboratory; 409
Irrigation project, use of heated industrial water for; 823
Industrial Bldg. remodeling for Photo Art Laboratory; 409
Irrigation project, use of heated industrial water for; 823
Jacob property condemnation; 366
Jensen, J.H., resignation as president; 115
Koberstein property purchase; 492
Library Bldg. 1st Addition; 80, 252
Living-in policy; 435
Married Student Housing; 151, 256, 295
Memorial Union Financial Data; 267, 657
Men's Gym. alterations for faculty offices; 928
Metallurgical Engineering, BS, MS & Ph.D. in; 49
Minority student program; 760
Modern Languages (Russian), BA in; 49
Mother's Club; 231, 456, 951
Neudeck property purchase; 370
Parker Stadium Improvements (synthetic turf, lighting, etc.); 157, 160, 256, 271, 277, 373, 507, 769
Parking regulations; 713
Personnel Adjustments; 125, 229, 327, 454, 579, 674, 834, 947
Physical Science Bldg.; 253
Presidential Search Committee expenses; 370, 896
President's Residence Hall Complex; 160, 294
Religious Studies, BA in; 49
Report from President Young; 760
School of Humanities & Social Sciences, revision in require; 49
Sidewalk expansion & repairs; 928
Snow removal, budget addition for; 409
Soils Building; 765
Squaw Butte Experiment Station lease, Harney County; 293
Technical Journalism, BA/BS in; 49
Telephone cables for Centrex; 928
Trent property purchase; 65
Utility Tunnel Extension; 152, 368
Varker property; 769
Veterinary Isolation Facility; 153, 254, 296
Waldo Hall, office space in; 630
Water lines replacement; 928
Water Resources Research Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, 567
Water Resources Research Institute Biennial Budget, 1969-71; B2
Weatherford Hall remodeling (Phase III); 151, 256
Wood Industry Management & Wood Science, undergraduate options in; 49
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center:

Fish Commission Building; 631
Housing; 892
Lease of land from Newport; 491

Oregon State Dept. of Education; 591
Oregon Strawberry Commission; 462

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Accreditation Survey, budget addition for; 627
Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B24, B42, 566
Campus entrance lighting; 410
Classroom & Laboratory Bldgs., access ramps to; 930
Cornet Hall Radioisotopes Laboratory alarm system for sump pump; 930
Dental Hygiene Clinic; 626, 764, 815
Extension of Roads B & D; 254
Faculty Wives & Women's Club; 858
Gifts; 147, 251, 356, 478, 608, 709, 857, 972
Hot Water Wells & Pumps, repair of; 877
Hot Well Pumps equipment; 410
Laboratory Bldg. Addition & Water Chillier; 45, 252
Lecture Hall/Auditorium/Demonstration Facilities-Commons Addition; 199, 252
Living-in policy; 435
Oregon Polytechnic State College, proposed name change; 225
Parking Lot #4; 256
Parking Regulations; 736
Personnel Adjustments; 328, 677
Phase IV construction; 362
President W.D. Purvine awarded James H. McGraw award; 577
Radioactive Isotopic Laboratory Facilities; 362
Semon Hall alterations; 45, 626, 764, 815, 927
Snow removal budget addition; 409
Undergraduate instruction improvement; 761
Wells 4 & 6 Development with Loop Completion; 362

Oregon Thoracic Society; 600
Oregon Traffic Safety Committee; 592
Oregon Tuberculosis & Respiratory Disease Assoc.; 857
Oregon Wholesale Novelty., Inc.; 474
Oregonian Publishing Company; 965
Osbeck's, Mel, Restaurant & Lounge; 703
Oxnard High School; 971

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Pac Mac Services, Inc.; 703
Pacific Bulb Growers Research Committee; 335
Pacific First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc.; 838
Pacific Gas Transmissions; 251
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Exp. Station; 135, 150, 237, 544, 690, 956
Pacific Power & Light Co.; 605, 842
Pacific Southwest Forest & Range Exp. Station; 135, 236, 335, 589, 843, 956
Paisley Parent-Teacher Club; 971
Pamplin Foundation; 145
Paragon Club; 703
Parent-Child Services, Inc.; 246
Parke, Davis & Co.; 331
Parking Policies; 218, 662, 711, 713
Parkrose High School Honor Society; 137
Parkrose High School Parent-Faculty Association; 145, 476
Patent Rights Assignment, L.H. Klemn & D.R. McCoy, UO; 277
Patent Rights Assignment, L.H. Klemn, Joseph Shabtai, & D.R. McCoy, UO; 278
Patent Rights Release by Medical School to W.J. Iglewski; 781
Patterson Plumbing Co., Inc.; 362
Paulson, O.I. Memorial Scholarship Fund; 858
Payne & Settecase, Architects; 10, 183, 295, 536, 539, 801
Payne & Struble, Architects; 620
Peace Corps; 681
Pearson & Prade, Inc.; 893
Pence, Dale, General Contractor; 66
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 128, 970, 972
Pendleton High School Girls League; 137
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 137, 968
Pennsalt Scholarship; 336
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; 329
P. E. O. International Peace Scholarship Fund; 237, 336, 351, 604
P. E. O. Chapter AC; 608
P. E. O. Sisterhood, Chapter AD, Prineville; 968
P. E. O. Sisterhood, Chapter AP; 355
P. E. O. Sisterhood, The Dalles, Chapter BF; 838
P. E. O. Sisterhood, Chapter BI, Roseburg; 248
P. E. O. Sisterhood Chapter CZ, Coos Bay; 477
P. E. O. Sisterhood, Oregon State Chapter; 477, 838, 968, 971
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Corvallis; 231
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Eugene; 138
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 138, 145
Permalab-Metalab Equipment Corp.; 620
Personnel; 125, 229, 327, 674, 834, 947
Pfizer, Charles, Co.; 599
Phelps-Tokes Fund; 138, 336, 965
Phi Beta Patrons; 138, 336
Phi Chi Theta; 604
Philippine Lumber Producer's Assoc., Inc., 698
Philomath Junior-Senior High School; 968
Philomath Parent-Teacher Assoc.; 968
Phoenix High School; 231, 238, 249, 329, 838, 857, 336, 337, 476, 477, 857, 969, 971
Physical Facilities Inventory & Classroom Occupancy Report; 30
Pioneer Federal Savings & Loan; 329
Pioneer Trust Company; 839
Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory; 704
Plant Rehabilitation & Minor Capital Outlay; 75, 813, 927
Population Estimates of Counties & Cities of Oregon; 996
Port Orford Lodge #170, AF & AM; 969
Portland Academy of Medicine; 600
Portland Academy of Pediatrics; 349
Portland Business & Professional Women's Club; 352
Portland Census Estimates; 945, 984, 1001
Portland Community College; 532
Portland Council of Parent-Teacher Assoc.; 965, 968
Portland Development Commission; 177, 179, 246, 353, 389, 513, 667
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 137, 964
Portland Federation of Women's Clubs; 699
Portland Garden Club; 704
Portland General Electric Survey; 989, 1002
Portland Home Economists in Education; 838
Portland Kiwanis Club; 688
Portland Metropolitan Steering Committee EOA, Inc.; 966
Portland Panhellenic Assoc.; 838
Portland Public Schools; 608
Portland Rose Festival Assoc.; 232, 245, 336, 456, 474, 590, 965

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Accreditation Survey, Budget Addition; 646
Adeline Court; 786
Annus property; 177
Birmingham Apts.; 786
Blackstone Apts.; 786
B.O.O.S.T Projects; 855
Budget, annual, 1969-70; B5, B16, B40, 566
Center for Population Research & Census; 945, 984, 995, 1001
College Center named Michael J. Smith Memorial Center; 116
College Services Bldg.; 528, 534
College Services Building completion; 253
COOP Assoc.; 145
Creamer Hall, additional oil storage in heating plant; 930
Cramer hall boiler; 177
Cramer Hall, natural gas to heating plant; 930
Development Foundation; 351, 353, 604
Elevated walkway; 178, 528
Equipment purchase, transfer H 200 Computer Comptroller's Office; 409
Essex Apts., title clearance; 177
Food Service Facilities, financing; 535
Gevurtz, Louis, Estate of; 352
Gifts; 145, 245, 351, 474, 604, 702, 854, 964
Group for New Music; 145, 353
Housing needs; 439
King Albert Apts.; 786
King George Apts.; 782
Land acquisition from Portland Development Commission; 177, 513
Law enforcement program; 811
Library-East, ground floor alterations; 930
Martha Washington Apts.; 782
Maryanne Apts.; 786
Minority groups, programs for; 761
Old Library Bldg., floor covering replacement; 409
Old Main rehabilitation; 253
Parking facilities policies; 534
Parking regulations; 748
Parking Structure II; 528, 534
Parking Structure III; 256, 297
Parkway Manor Apts.; 7786
Pedestrian bridge; 178
Personnel Adjustments; 230, 328, 676, 835, 949
Physical Education Bldg., roof deck refinishing; 930
Physical Education Bldg., spring floor in dance studio; 930
Physical Education Bldg., swimming pool improvements; 76
Portland Development Commission, convey Essex Apts.; 177, 782
Portland State University, name change; 225
Portland Student Services, Inc.; 520, 783
President's Residence; 535, 669
Project TEACH Program; 439, 514
Report from President Wolfe; 761
St. Helen's Court; 786
Science II; 177, 389, 526, 534, 535
Science Bldg. alterations; 76
Science, undergraduate instruction in, improvement of; 541
Shattuck School property; 387, 532, 782
Stratford Apts.; 786
Student Housing; 513, 667, 782
Young's Gown Shop; 179

Poticha, Otto, Architect; 170
Potlatch Forests Foundation, Inc.; 851
Powell Valley-Gresham Grade Teachers Assoc.; 580
President's Report; 112, 225, 324, 447, 576, 666
Presser Foundation; 138, 336
Professional Baseball College Scholarship Plan; 138, 838, 971
Project BOOST, 917
Puget Sound Governmental Conference; 690
Public Issues, Board policy on; 112
Pulp & Paper Industry; 150
Prairie City P. T. A.; 972

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Qouta Club; 608

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Rainbow for Girls, Advisory Board of; 856
Raleigh Hills Foundation; 601
Ralston Purina Company; 678
Ratner, Miller, Shafran Foundation; 474
Red Raider Booster Scholarships; 250, 477
Redwood Lions Club; 971
Reed College Student Body, Inc.; 145
Reed Institute; 336
Rehabilitation Program; 75, 409, 815, 927
Rehabilitation Services Administration; 466
Research Corporation; 131, 146, 338, 464, 583, 592, 608, 952
Research grants, payment by Federal Govt.; 654
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc.; 602
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report Agriculture Science & DCE Bldg.; 767
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report Classroom Bldg. (Education), SOC; 874
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report Fine Arts Bldg., OCE; 537
Resolution authorizing filing application grant funds Higher Ed. Facilities Act, Administration Bldg. Renovation, OCE; 80
Resolution authorizing filing application grant funds Higher Ed. Facilities Act, Classroom Bldg. (Music), SOC; 82
Resolution authorizing filing application grant funds Higher Ed. Facilities Act, Library 1st Add., OSU; 81
Resolution, City of Portland, reconsideration city population estimate; 993
Resolution commemorating Dean Emeritus Harold J. Noyes, Dental School; 326
Resolution commending J. W. Forester, Jr.; 449
Resolution commending James H. Jensen, OSU; 324
Resolution commending Ralph E. Purvine; 577
Resolution commending J. W. Sherburne; 447
Resolution commending Elmo N. Stevenson, SOC, 325
Resolution condemning Barksdale property, SOC; 483
Resolution condemning Bonnett property, UO; 168
Resolution condemning 1st Methodist Church property, SOC; 487
Resolution condemning Jacob property, OSU; 367
Resolution condemning Rosehill property, SOC; 485
Resolution, death of Pres. Charles E. Johnson, UO; 576
Resolution memorializing Vernon Jackson; 944
Resolution, Parking Regulations; 711
Resolution preparation bond material 1970 bond series; 862
Resolution, Sale of State Board of Higher Education Bldg. Bonds, Series 1969A, $7,290,000; 307, 421, 453
Resolution, Sale of State Board of Higher Education Bldg. Bonds, Series 1970A, $4,000,000; 827, 863, 865, 866
Resolution, Sale of State Board of Higher Education Facilities Bond, Series 1970, $12,000,000; 822, 860, 861
Retail Employees Union Local 1092; 968
Reynolds Education Association; 965
Reynolds Teacher Association; 138
Rhodia, Inc.; 462, 589
Richardson Parent Teacher Assoc.; 858
Ricketts Music Store; 138
Ridgefield High School; 696
Rinehart Foundation; 968
River Road Kiwanis Club; 137
Riverman & Sons; 43
Riverside Foundation; 590
Riviera Motors, Inc.; 145, 356
Rockefeller Foundation; 115, 138, 237, 336, 590
Rogue Valley Memorial Hospital; 146, 707
Rogue Valley Quaker Worship Group; 971
Rohm & Gaas Company; 335, 462
Roosevelt High School Student Body; 138, 971
Roosevelt Parent Teacher Assoc.; 971
Roseburg Country Club; 138
Roseburg Rotary Club; 965
Roseburg Senior High School; 951
Roseburg Zonta Club; 250
Roseway Lions Club; 232
Royal Arch Masons, Columbia Chapter #53; 476

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S & H Foundation, Inc.; 138, 140, 707, 858
Sacramento Postal Scholarship Fund; 678
Sacramento River Baptist Women's Mission Assoc.; 336
St. Andrews Society of Oregon; 248, 678
St. Elizabeth Hospital Auxiliary; 470
St. Helens Business & Professional Women's Club; 136, 590
St. Helen Elks Lodge #1999; 349
St. Helens Senior High School; 838
St. Mary's High School; 477, 971
St. Paul Public Schools; 838
Salary adjustments; 122, 569
Salary Scale, 1970-71 for academic staff; 939
Salem General Hospital Auxiliary; 838
Salem Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; 968
Sandoz Pharmaceutical Co.; 851
Sandy, George H., Foundation; 965
Sandy High School Alumni Assoc.; 128
Sandy Parent Teacher Assoc.; 138
Sandy Union High School "Pop" Rannow memorial Scholarship; 351
San Francisco Foundation; 128
Scappoose High School; 248, 336, 838
Schering Corporation; 699
Science Research Assoc.; 704
Scio Classroom Teachers Assoc.; 968
Scott, M.M., Scholarship Grant; 337
Scott Paper Company; 336
Scripps College Scholarship; 138
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 138, 147, 463
Sears Scholarship; 250
Seaside Elks Lodge #1748; 678
Seattle 1st Nat'l Bank; 456
Secretary State Board of Higher Education, responsibilities bond issue; 862
Security Pacific Nat'l Bank, Riverside; 590
Selectra Club; 601
Shell Chemical Company; 589
Sheraton Motor Inn; 474
Sherman County Scholarship Assoc.; 456, 476, 857
Sherwood Kiwanis Club; 248
Shirrod, Fred & Emma, Scholarship Trust; 337
Shubert, Sam S., Foundation; 844
Shuler, Rankin, Myers & Walsh, Bond Attorneys; 860, 864
Sicular, Henry & Geraldyn, Found.; 965
Siletz Parent Teacher Assoc.; 968
Silverton District 7-J; 971
Silverton High School; 335, 838, 967
Silverton Hospital Auxiliary; 961
Simon, Norton, Foundation; 336
Simpson Timber Company; 237, 476
Sitka Soroptimist Club; 968
Siuslaw High School; 968
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 45, 199, 362, 626, 639, 764, 777, 903
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 472, 839
Smith, Britton W., Music Scholarship Fund; 965
Smith, Chet, Motors; 857
Smith, J. Warren, Scholarship Fund; 703
Smith, Kline & French Foundation; 699
Smith, Miller & Patch, Inc.; 962
Smith River Lumber Company; 248, 969
Snider Family Fund; 856
Snyder, Burt K., Educational Found.; 851
South lane Education Assoc.; 968
South Salem High School; 1145, 248, 456, 476
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 138, 232, 248, 329, 337, 476, 968

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Atlantic-Richfield property purchase; 621
Baccalaureate degree programs in Eng. & Education, revision degree requirements for; 12
Badger Estate; 476
Barksdale property condemnation, purchase; 483, 876
Budget addition for teaching equipment; 197
Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, B20, B41, 566
Campus boundaries expanded; 35, 805
Campus lighting; 813
Cascade Field Center; 189
Churchill Hall roof replacement; 76, 298
Churchill Hall Room 130 remodeling; 410, 813
Classroom Bldg. (Education); 36, 192, 253, 396, 872
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg.; 36
College Union Bldg.; 36, 40, 255
Curricular Request, 1969-70; 12,187
Discontinuance Bachelor of Science degree in English; 12
Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Speech-Theater, BA/BS degree in; 12
Extreme Learning Problems, Basic Norm program in; 12
Fine Arts Complex; 36
1st Methodist Church property condemn.; 487
Gifts; 146, 249, 355, 476, 707, 856, 969
Greensprings Dormitory Complex, Units C & D; 41
Homes property purchases; 623
Joy Estate; 707
Law enforcement program; 811
Lighting Campus Churchill Hall to Indiana Street; 76
Living-in policy; 435
Married Student Housing; 256
Mills, Victor, Trust Fund; 476
Mobil Oil Co. leasehold rights, purchase of; 876
Mountain Avenue widening; 929
Nursing, associate degree in; 811
Nursing Education Bldg.; 36, 254
Outdoor Education program leading to Master's in General Studies degree; 187
Parking Regulations; 742
Perozzi Acres; 189
Personnel Adjustments; 676, 949
Physical Education bldg. ventilation system improvements; 929
President's house rehabilitation; 410, 813
President's office renovation; 410, 813
Presidential Search Committee budget addition; 298
Redford property purchases; 36
Report from President Sours; 762
Rosehill property condemnation; 485
Schilling property purchase; 805
Science Bldg., 2nd Unit; 620
Shelton property purchase; 395
Social Science Bldg. renamed Arthur S. Taylor Hall; 806
South Campus Central Heating & Cooling Plant; 36, 38, 621
South Campus Central Heating Plant Boiler; 38, 197, 253, 255, 489
Standard Norm Programs in Art Education, Health & Physical Education, Music Education, Physics; 12
Stop light Mountain Ave. & Siskiyou Blvd.; 929
Swedenburg House; 194
Taylor, Arthur S., Hall; 806
Taylor Hall ventilation system improvements; 929
Tooley property purchase; 489
U.S. Dept. Agriculture lands available for outdoor education; 190
U.S. Dept. Interior lands available for outdoor education; 190
Utility extension; 255
Wilshire, Kenny G., Estate of; 250

Southern Oregon Office management Assoc.; 477
Southern Oregon Plywood; 237, 590, 971
Southern Oregon State Bank; 238, 590
Southern Oregon Timber Industries Association; 151, 544
Southern Pacific Railroad Co., easement to OSU; 630
Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 128
Southwest Optimist Club of Portland; 329, 456
Space Use Objectives & Building Planning Standards; 926, 974
Space utilization Report; 305
Spear Beverage Company; 965
Sport Fishing Institute; 135, 687
Springfield American Business Women's Association; 136
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 137
Stadsvold & Read Architects; 290
Standard Oil Co. (4-H), Pocatello; 590
Standard Oil Co. of Calf; 590, 608
Standards & Planning Guidelines; 974
State Board of Aeronautics; 845
State Board of Census; 985
State Board of Health; 985
State Corrections Division; 709
State Dept. of Education; 128, 227, 339, 476, 680
State Dept. of Forestry; 237, 544
State Dept. of Veterans Affairs; 821
State Emergency Board; 182, 363, 393, 402, 522, 626, 637, 667, 764, 770, 783, 809, 812, 820, 894, 896, 905, 927
State Employment Division; 845
State Fire Marshal; 186
State Land Board; 491, 840
State Public Welfare Commission; 131, 331, 681
State Tax Commission; 296
Stauffer Chemical Co.; 332, 462, 589
Stearns, Art, Tires, Inc.; 703
Stein, Roe & Farnham; 605
Steiner American Found., Inc.; 838
Sterling Savings 7 Loan employee Scholarship; 138
Stone's Volkswagen; 356
Strasser, R.J., Drilling Co.; 645
Stuckart Lumber Company; 968
Student Exchange Program, Administrative Code addition; 301
Student fees, law re; 937
Student Housing Financial Policies; 99
Student participation, Board policy; 124, 578, 612
Students, graduate nonresident; 649, 650, 652
Suicide Prevention Service, Inc.; 245
Summer Session 1969 board & room rates; 216
Supplements; 974
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972, 967
Sweet Home High School; 137, 232, 838
Sweet Home Scholarship Committee; 838, 968
Swindells Foundation; 143
Systems & Procedures Assoc.; 353

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Teacher, elementary, programs, improvement of; 542
Teaching Research Division:

Budget, annual, 1969-7; B5, B29, 566
Oklahoma Christian College, study of learning center at; 855

Teeples & Thatcher, Inc.; 905
Tektronix Bridge Club; 144
Tektronix Foundation; 145, 247, 844
Tektronix, Inc.; 147, 353, 681, 705, 844, 965
Teleprompter of Oregon; 465
Temp-Control Corp.; 529, 901
Templeton, Herbert A., Found.; 145, 353
Tennessee Valley Authority; 335
Texas Instruments Foundation; 332
The Dalles Elks Lodge #303; 349
The Dalles Senior High School; 250, 964, 972
Thompson-Hayward Chemical Company; 843
Thompson Metal Fab.; 703
Three percent admissions program; 917
Three Village Garden Club, The; 838
Thunderbird Motel; 703
Tigard, City of; 247
Tillamook Couny General Hospital; 696
Tillamook High School; 232
Tood Bldg. Co.; 41, 641, 905
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 237, 967
Tou Velle, Frank, Trust Fund; 138, 238, 337, 971
Tou Velle Scholarship; 138, 249, 250
Trowbridge Electric Co.; 41
Trust Territory of Pacific Islands; 138, 337
Tuition & Fee Charges; 88, 400
Turner, Howard, Educational Trust; 968
Twenty & Four, Echelon #4, Dept. of Oregon; 965, 968

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Ukiah Parent Teacher Assoc.; 355
Umatilla Parent Teacher Assoc.; 972
Union Junior Women's Club; 877
United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia; 337
United Nations Assoc.; 351
United Scholarships, Inc.; 250
United Shoe Machinery Corp., Harmonic Drive Division; 956
U.S. Agency for International Development; 232, 337
U.S. Air Force; 699, 838
U.S. Air Force office of Scientific Research; 140, 238, 340, 458, 465, 583, 690, 958
U.S. Army; 131, 233, 609, 690, 952
U.S. Army medical Research & Development Command; 142, 472, 696, 852
U.S. Army, Office of Civil Defense; 238, 710
U.S. Army Research Office; 690
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; 132, 140, 234, 244, 332, 458, 465, 472, 583, 681, 690, 842, 845, 852, 952, 958
U.S. Bureau of Census; 989
U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries; 335, 687
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Colville Indian Agency; 851
U.S. Camber of Commerce; 918
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 233, 463, 584, 687
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; 236, 845
U.S. Dept. of Army, Office of Civil Defense; 858
U.S. Dept. of Commerce; 682
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 147, 234, 238, 247, 248, 250, 251, 339, 353, 355, 465, 475, 478, 592, 598, 601, 605, 607, 608,

682, 691, 699, 705, 707, 708, 709, 710, 842, 845, 850, 852, 854, 855, 856, 953, 958, 969, 973

U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development; 212, 491, 515, 653, 693, 864, 958
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 132, 234, 459, 584, 590, 594, 683, 842
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land management; 136, 150, 237, 687, 954
U.S. Dept. of Interior, fish & Wildlife Service; 953
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Water pollution control Administration; 953
U.S. Dept. of justice; 239, 249, 354, 690, 846, 856, 857
U.S. Dept. of Labor; 132, 332, 684, 842
U.S. Dept. of State; 954
U.S. Dept. of Transportation; 684
U.S. Forest & Range Experiment Station; 463
U.S. Forest Service; 953
U.S. Geological Survey; 459
U.S. Nat'l Bank of Oregon; 128, 127, 138, 232, 238, 250, 329, 336, 337, 477, 606, 678, 688, 707, 838, 839, 857, 951, 961, 964, 965, 967,968,

970,971,972

U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory; 133
U.S. Navy; 133, 332, 954
U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity; 466, 586, 592, 846, 858
U.S. Office of Education; 43, 133, 140, 146, 179, 332, 592, 846, 858
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 133, 234, 288, 332. 339. 354. 391, 458, 526, 586, 777, 905
U.S. Public Health Service; 134, 141, 144, 235, 239, 242, 244, 263, 279, 280, 333, 340, 346, 349, 460, 466, 470, 473, 586, 596, 599, 601,

637, 684, 693, 696, 699, 777, 843, 846, 850, 852, 896, 906, 954, 959, 962, 966

USS Chemicals; 589
U.S. Treasury Dept. Bureau of Indian Affairs; 250
U.S. Underseas Cable Corp.; 843
U.S. World Figure Skating Team Memorial Fund; 965
University of Nebraska; 236, 463

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administrative Services Bldg.; 175, 252, 379
Alumni School Fund; 688
Architecture & Allied Arts Add.; 385, 500, 635
Association of American Universities, election to; 945
Athletic Dept. Financial Data; 268, 508
Autzen Stadium Improvements (Synthetic Turf, Lighting, etc.); 157, 176, 272, 277, 507, 508, 780
Basketball courts; 170
Bonnett property condemnation; 167, 385
Budget addition for accreditation; 75
Business Administration College Bldg.; 253
Central Cooling System, Phase II; 904
Central Cooling System, Phase III; 255, 498, 502
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center for Behavioral Sciences; 70, 252, 494, 897
Clinical Service Bldg. for Mental Retardation; 900
College of Education accreditation visit; 75
College of Education Bldg. (& Central Cooling); 70, 73, 175, 252, 496
Condon Hall lighting; 409
Cressman, L.S., Loan Fund; 340
Curricular requests, 1969-70; 68, 163, 374, 397
Dames Club; 590
Dance, MA/MS degree in; 163
Degree lists; 163, 379, 926
Development Fund; 138, 141, 272, 339, 508, 590, 595, 598, 657, 694, 848
Dormitory Administration & Recreation Center; 170
Dormitory & Kitchen; 256
Edmunson, Ella Travis & Mercy Travis Davis Memorial Scholarship Endowment; 237
Educational Activities, Financial Data; 268
Electrical Power System repairs; 929
English, Doctor of Arts Degree in; 374, 397
Erb Memorial Union Add.; 170, 256, 634
Eugene School District #4J to use Stadium Facilities; 272
Fenton Hall office space rehabilitation; 409
Fine Arts Complex; 385
Fuel Conveyor; 253, 255, 259, 899
Gerlinger Hall lighting; 409
Gifts; 136, 237, 335, 463, 688, 844, 957
Grapes, controversy re serving of; 112
Handball & Tennis Courts; 170, 770
Heater, standby fuel oil; 409
Heating plant fire box brickwork boilers 1, 2, 3,; 929
Heating plant, installation automatic ash removal system, repair boiler #4; 929
Heating plant, turbine generator #2, repair of; 929
Hendricks Hall heating system; 76
Hollingsworth property purchase; 261
Incidental fees allocation, appeal by students; 571
Johnson, Charles E., death of, 6-17-69; 576
Jones property purchase; 898
Kerns, Maude I., Memorial Collection; 469
Lawrence Hall addition; 385, 500
Library; 598
Lighting & audio-visual improvements, older building; 409
Living-in Policy; 264, 423
Linguistics, MA/MS degree in; 899
Lunar exhibit; 762
Marine Biology Facilities; 253, 255
Married Student Housing; 173, 256
Men's Physical Education Bldg. Room 63, rehabilitation; 76
Merck, Sharp & Dohme, agreement with; 262
Museum of Arts; 598
Music Bldg. Addition; 253
Nichols, Raymond Allen, Bequest; 844
North Sites Arts Bldg.; 383
Parking Regulations; 726
Pennell, Ellen M., Estate of, sale of property; 903
Personnel adjustments; 126, 229, 327, 454, 675, 834
Physical & Biological Sciences, restoration & completion; 253
Physical Plant administrative offices alterations; 76
President's House rehabilitation; 409
Recreational facilities; 170, 256, 770
Report from President Clark; 762
Residence rehabilitation, 1761 & 1791 Alder for ROTC; 929
School of Community Service & Public Affairs; 68
Science Bldg. alterations; 261
Science Bldg. 3rd Add. & Central Cooling 639, 777, 903
Site planning & development S.W. Campus; 70
Snow removal budget addition; 409
State Assoc. of UO Women; 590
Student Union Financial Data; 268
Teaching assistants in Dept. of English; 397
Tennis & Handball Courts; 170, 770
Utility Extension & Central Cooling, Phase III; 175, 255, 504
Veterinarian Gordon C. York concern re pedestrian overpass near his property; 506
Woodruff, Janet G., Alumnae Scholarship; 688
Wullschleger property purchase; 780

University of Portland; 145
University of Southern California; 354, 607
Unthank, Seder, Potica, Architects; 770
Upjohn Company; 463, 589
Upward Bound Program; 917

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Vail, Ronald, Scholarship Fund; 474
Vanden High School; 844
Van Duyn's Chocolate Shops; 604
Varian Associates; 479
Various Donors; 329, 839, 850
Velsicol Chemical Corp.; 687
Vernonia High School; 858
Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary; 962
Vice Chancellor for Administration, Administrative Code amended; 647, 815
Vice Chancellor for Administration, responsibilities bond issue; 862
Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs, Administrative Code amended; 647
Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning; 659
Victoreen Instrument Co.; 131
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 144, 603

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Wade, R.M., Foundation; 232, 842, 843
Waddles Drive In Coffee Shop; 703
Wah Chang Corp.; 839
Wallace-Murray Education & Welfare Fund; 138
Wallowa High School Alumni Assoc.; 972
Ward, William B., Scholarship Fund; 965
Washington Assoc. for Retarded Children, Inc.; 590, 703
Washington High School; 145, 839
Washington, State of; 136, 596, 705
West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau; 151
Western Conference of Teamsters; 839, 965, 969
Western Electric Company; 685
Western Forest Industries Assoc.; 150, 544
Western Golf Association; 137, 951
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Budget, Annual, 1969-70; B5, 566
Western Kraft Corp.; 456
Western Mechanical, Inc.; 41, 621, 628
Western Oregon Onion Growers; 335, 687, 956
Western Rod & Reel Club, Inc.; 329
Western Wood Preservers Institute; 237, 544
Western Wood Products Assoc.; 150, 151, 544
Westinghouse Electric Corp.; 332
Westwood Pharmaceuticals; 349, 963
Weyerhaeuser Company; 142, 596, 606, 632, 848, 959, 972
Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation; 138, 337, 590
Wilbur-Ellis Company; 956
Wilcox, Chester M., Trust Fund; 839
Wildish Construction Company; 507, 780
Willamette Industries, Inc.; 965
Willamette Tuberculosis & Health Assoc., Inc.; 580
Willamette University; 474, 851
Williams Bakery; 136
Willis Mechanical Contractor, Inc.; 871, 904
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank, Architects; 42, 170
Winston-Dillard Public Schools; 971
Wolff/Zimmer/Gunsul/Frasca/Ritter, Architects; 379
Women's Advertising Club of Portland; 606
Women's Auxiliary, Good Samaritan Hospital; 839
Women's Auxiliary, Nat'l Assoc. of Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractors; 839
Women's Auxiliary of Student American Medical Assoc.; 349
Women's Auxiliary to Marion-Polk County Medical Society; 470
Women's Society Christian Service, Oregon Conference; 245, 965
Woodburn Parent Teacher Assoc.; 971
Woolley Logging Company; 248, 456, 476, 590, 969
Wy'east High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 965
Wyoming State Dept. of Education; 965

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Yakima Tribal Scholarship; 337
Yale-in-China Assoc. Inc.; 138, 337, 590, 844
Yamhill-Carlton High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 839, 969
Yoncalla Lions Club; 968
Yoncalla Parent Teacher Assoc.; 969
Yoncalla United Methodist Church; 857
Youth for Kennedy Memorial Fund; 969

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Zaik & Miller, Architects; 66
















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