OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1971






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ABC Electric Corp. ; 233
Abbott Laboratories; 233
Academic personnel; 382
Academic tenure, study of; 250, 697
Acme Hardwood Floor Co. ; 44, 786
ACTION; 948
Adair Air Force Base, Use of; 822
Administrative Data Processing; 836
Administrative Procedure in Contested Cases; 330
Administrative Rules:

Board meetings; 794, 795
Conflict of interest (employ. family members) ; 508
Deans of UO Medical & Dental Schools; 509
Discrimination based on race, color. religion, national origin or sex; 508
Discrimination, charter of fraternity or sorority; 507
Easements, authority to execute; 820
Easements, delegation of authority; 694
Employment more than one member of a household--conflict of interest to be avoided; 508
Executive Committee & Board Officers; 655, 671
Nonresident students; 509
Personal records; 672
Proposed amendments, Board committee public service activities; 301
Proposed amendment, Incidental Fees; 86
Securities & Investments; 532
Standing Committees; 509

Administrative systems development, 5-year plan for; 298
Administrative Systems Task Force; 382
Admission Policies; 670, 900
Adult Student Housing, Inc. ; 465
Advance acquisition of land program; 835
Affirmative Action; 382
Agnew Timber Products; 946
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 580
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Experimental Stations, closure of; 667
Agricultural Research Found. ; 99, 227, 303, 393, 581, 703, 844, 944
Aid Association for Lutherans; 110, 845, 859, 953
Air Force Aid Society; 953
Alaska State Dept. of Education; 855
Albany Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 219, 388, 574
Albany Union High School; 219, 946
Alcoa Foundation; 594
Allis-Chalmers Co. ; 860
Alpha Beta Phi Nat'l Fraternity; 110
Alpha Delta Kappa; 112, 957
Alpha Omega Foundation, Inc. ; 845
Alsea High School; 219
America's Junior Miss Scholarship Foundation, Inc. ; 101, 946
American Assoc. of University Women, Coos Bat Branch; 219, 723, 841
American Baptist Board of Education & Publication; 219, 388
American Baptist Foreign Mission Society; 957
American Bar Assoc. Fund for Public Education; 394
American Business & Professional Women's Assoc. ; 110
American Business Women's Assoc. ; 101, 407, 583, 859, 946
American Cancer Society, Inc. ; 583, 590
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 107, 388, 400, 403, 713, 719, 951
American Chemical Society; 222, 595
American Council of Learned Societies; 395
American Friends of the Middle East, Inc. ; 405, 719
American Hardboard Assoc. ; 96
American Heart Assoc. ; 401, 713
American Indian Scholarships, Inc. ; 946
American Institute of Architects; 583
American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers; 228, 594
American Legion Auxiliary, Brookings Harbor Unit #195; 859
American Legion Auxiliary, Coos Bay; 946
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Dundee; 242, 407, 699
American Legion Auxiliary, Hillsboro; 845, 853, 953
American Legion Auxiliary, Lebanon; 219, 241
American Legion Auxiliary, Okinawa Unit, #28; 407
American Legion Auxiliary, Sitka Unit; 407
American Legion, Portland; 110
American Medical Assoc., Education & Research Found. ; 713
American Personnel & Guidance Assoc. ; 184
American Plywood Assoc. ; 222
American Professional Practice Assoc. ; 712
American Rose Foundation; 827, 944
American Water Works Found. ; 407, 953
Amoco Production Foundation, Inc. Special; 841
Annand, Boone, Drynan & Huffstutter, Architects; 10
Annuities, review of; 382
Anonymous Donor; 112, 405, 713, 957
Ansul Company; 940
Appendix to Board Minutes; 600, 726
Artic Institute of North America; 96
Arizona Republic & Gazette Scholarship; 228, 705
Army Relief Society; 305
Ashland Elks Lodge; 315, 410, 857
Ashland 1st Presbyterian Church; 315, 410, 958
Ashland Lions Club; 958
Ashland Public Schools; 315
Ashland Senior High School; 228, 305, 316, 410, 574, 957
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 410, 958
Associated General Contractors; 313, 316
Association of Pacific Coast Geographers; 113
Association of Unity Churches; 953
Astoria Business & Professional Women's Club; 407
Astoria High School; 407
Astoria Regata Assoc. ; 219
Atkinson, Myrtle L., Foundation; 953
Audit of Claims, delegation of to institutions; 58
Autzen Foundation; 719

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Baker Elks Lodge #338; 220, 394, 946, 953, 959
Baker Jaycees; 953
Baker Kiwanis Club; 242
Baker Soroptimist Club; 959
Balzhiser, Rhodes, Smith & Morgan, Architects; 145, 336
Balzhiser, Rhodes, Smith & Morgan & Robert J. Keeney, Associated Architects; 191
Bandon High School Community Scholarship Fund; 115, 242, 316, 958
Bankers Trust Co. & Associates; 921, 925
Banks High School Mom's & Dad's Club; 241, 315, 388
Baptist Life Assoc. ; 386, 853
Bardsley & Haslacher, Inc. ; 213, 836
Baroid Division of Nat'l Lead Co. ; 222
Barton, E. A. & Associates; 42
Baseball College Scholarship Plan; 228
Baseball, Office of the Commissioner; 305, 315, 405
Basic Science Examining Committee; 931
Bate Plywood Co. ; 219, 228, 388, 394, 574, 957
Battelle Development Corp. ; 476
Batterman Construction, Inc. ; 179
Beam, Jim, Memorial Scholarship; 228, 583
Beaverton Elks Club #1989; 408, 957
Beaverton High School; 219, 228, 946
Beaverton Lodge #100, A.F. & A.M. ; 219, 388, 574
Beaverton School District #48; 314, 412, 596, 598
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 220, 315, 410, 574, 946
Bend Senior High School Lettermen's Club; 846
Benson Polytechnic High School; 219, 953
Benson, Simon, Fund, Inc. ; 953
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 853
Beta Sigma Phi, Corvallis City Council of; 234
Beta Theta Fraternity; 946
Bethel Education Assoc. ; 407
Bid procedures, policy on; 821
Biological Humanics Found. ; 106
Birthday Scholarship Fund. ; 106
Blitz-Weinhard Foundation; 317, 953
Bloomington High School; 723
Blue Mountain Economic Development Council; 389
Board & room & housing charges; 663
Board Building Committee; 931
Board Committee on Academic Affairs; 50, 202, 250, 291, 369, 505, 794, 900
Board Finance Committee; 836
Board meetings on campuses; 666, 795
Board Meetings (Regular) :

January 25, 1971; 1
March 9, 1971; 143
April 30, 1971; 249
June 9, 1971; 319
July 26, 1971; 455
September 7, 1971; 653
October 25, 1971; 765
December 14, 1971; 874

Board Meetings (Special) ;

April 6, 1971; 245

Board's Special Reserves; 547
Board's Unappropriated Fund & Special Reserves; 57, 212, 294, 371, 520, 696, 822, 904
Boise Cascade Corp. ; 112, 241, 845, 857, 858, 859, 953, 959
Bonds, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Building, Series 1971A, $2,500,000; 59, 215, 245
Bonds, Article XI-F (1), Debt Service for; 904
Bonds, State of Oregon, Community College & Education Center Bonds, Series 1972 $5,500,000; 829, 925
Bonds, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Bldg., $3,000,000, 1972A; 823, 921
Bonneville Power Administration; 96, 222, 389, 702, 940
Boston Co., The; 933
Bowling Proprietors' Assoc. of America; 219, 388, 845
Brand S Corp. ; 699
Britt Memorial Scholarship Fund; 853, 957
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 220
Brookings Rotary Club; 221, 859
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 409, 841, 860
Buckbee-Mears Co. ; 845
Budget, annual, 1971-72; 297, 372, 544
Budget, annual, 1971-72, reductions, under realized enrollments; 914
Budget, annual, 1972-73; 916
Budget, Biennial, 1971-73; 549
Bufton, Stephen, Memorial Education Fund; 305
Building fee; 88
Bureau of Indian Affairs; 405, 409, 410, 411, 594, 597, 858, 953, 957, 958, 959, 960
Bureau of Sport Fisheries & Wildlife; 304, 581, 944
Burnett, William B., Architect; 150, 275, 894
Burns Elks Scholarship; 228
Burns Mother's Club; 858
Burpee, W. Atlee, Co. ; 574
Butte Falls Scholarship Fund; 315

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Calif.-Hawaii Elks Assoc. ; 113
Calif.-Pacific Utilities Co. ; 113, 411, 857, 860
Calif. State Assoc. of Letter Carriers; 219
Calif. State Employees Assoc. ; 723
Callison, I.P., & Sons, Inc. ; 581
Camas Valley Community Service Group; 408
Campbell, Hector, Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 407
Campbell Soup Co. ; 582
Campbell, Yost & Partners, Architects; 158, 198, 264, 490, 496, 683, 879
Campe, Ed Lee & Jean, Found., Inc. ; 406
Campus visits by Board members; 666
Canby Education Assoc. ; 407
Canby Union High School Student Body; 574, 699
"Capitol & Campus" ; 250
Capital Construction & Land Purchases for Education & General Plant, 1971-1973; 206, 325
Capital Construction & Land Purchases from Self-Liquidating & Bond Borrowings for Auxiliary Enterprises, 1971-1973; 208
Capital Consultants, Inc. ; 933
Capital Improvement, Inc. ; 401
Capital Outlay Program, 1971-1973; 202
Carlton Rose Nurseries; 227
Carlton-Yamhill Lions Club; 859
Carnation Co. ; 953
Carnegie Commission on Higher Education; 250
Carpenter Foundation; 110, 112, 219, 228, 239, 305, 315, 316, 405, 406, 407, 410, 574, 845, 853, 953, 957
Carrol Club; 946
Carsten's Furniture Co. ; 723
Cascade Corp. ; 955
Catholic Order of Foresters; 953
Centennial Lions Club; 958
Center for Environmental Structure; 772, 863
Central Midwestern Regional Educational Laboratory, Inc. ; 102, 306, 395, 847
Central Point School District #6; 219, 228, 305, 313, 315, 316, 405, 406, 407, 410, 574, 845, 853, 858, 953, 957
Central Point Teachers Assoc. ; 410, 957
Centralized Activities budget, 1971-72; 379, 547, 626
Centralized Activities, Personnel Adjustments; 652
Champoeg Lodge #27, A.F. & A.M. ; 219
Chancellor's Report; 145, 250, 320, 458, 659, 766, 875
Chase Company; 264, 490
Chemagro Corp. ; 704
Chemawa Indian School; 961
Chemekta Lodge, I.O.O.F. ; 408
Cherokee Boys Club; 584
Chevrolet Motor Division; 946
Chevron Chemical Co. ; 99, 304, 582, 944
Chicago Board of Education; 395
Children's TV Workshop; 116
Chrisman, Bill, Memorial Fund; 407
Church, Bruce, Educational Found. ; 219
Churchill High School; 219
Citizens' Scholarship Found. of Middleborough; 845
Civil Rights, Office of, of U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 382
Clackamas County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 110, 712, 853, 946
Claggett, W.D., Mechanical Contractors, Inc. ; 179
Clark College; 405
Classified/non-academic employees; 382
Clatskanie High School Honor Society; 946
Clatsop County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 712
Clayton Fund; 857
Cleveland High School:

American Legion Baseball; 953
Business Scholarships; 953
Student Body; 315, 705, 845

Cockerline Memorial Trust Fund; 219, 305, 315, 394, 408, 410
Colburn, Charles & Sheldon, George, Architects; 492
Cole, Clark & Cunningham, Inc. ; 953
College du Leman, International School of Versoix; 946
College Entrance Examination Board; 946, 953
College of Wooster; 855
College Women's Club of Rogue River Valley; 958
Collegiate Veteran's Assoc. ; 115
Colonial Dames of America; 219, 388, 845
Colonist Knights Scholarship; 846
Colorado State University; 575, 841
Columbia County Community Action Team; 223
Columbia Power Coop. Assoc. ; 241, 315
Columbia-Willamette Air Pollution Authority; 223
Colville Indian Agency; 858
Cominco Ltd. of Canada; 223
Commencement Representatives; 300
Commercial Insurance for loss of money & securities discontinued; 214
Commercial Solvents Corp. ; 100, 704
Commonwealth of Massachusetts; 946
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 91, 697, 839, 934
Condon Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 112
Confederated Tribes & Bands, Yakima Indian Nation; 408, 723, 859
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 241, 859
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 242, 719, 859, 959
Consolidated Charities; 110, 953
Consumers Power, Inc., easement by OSU for electric line; 38, 341
Contested Cases, administrative procedure; 329
Continental Illinois Nat'l Bank Chicago; 246, 921, 925
Continental Insurance Co. ; 595
Cook Foundation, Inc. ; 846
Cooke, J.F. & R.W., Educational Fund; 408
Coos Bay Zonta Club; 410
Coos County; 304, 844
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield; 100, 314, 582, 944
Corneil University; 110, 313, 405, 953
Corporation for Public Broadcasting; 115, 243, 395, 412, 598
Corvallis, City of, Easement to from OSU; 341, 474, 690
Corvallis, High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 946
Corvallis School District #509J; 861
Corvallis Soroptimist Club; 712
Cottage Grove High School; 219, 946
Council of American Women's Club; 946
Council on Legal Education Opportunity; 228, 846
Crater High School; 315, 410
Crater Lions Club; 410
Cresap, McCormick & Paget; 298
Creswell High School; 219
Criswell Scholarship Awards; 220, 958
Crocker, Betty, Scholarship; 102
Crook County High School; 574
Crow-Appelgate Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 408
Crown Zellerbach Found. ; 112, 846, 857, 946, 953, 955
Cummins Engine Found. ; 857
Curricular Changes, 1971-72; 2, 13, 15, 27, 33, 50, 156, 181, 259, 273, 281, 459, 470, 476, 494
Curry County Court; 100, 845

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Daly, Bernard, Educational Fund; 242, 411
Daughters of Penelope; 946
Daughters of the American Revolution; 853
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War; 858
Dayton Board of Education; 306, 848
Degree Lists; 202, 794, 904
Degree of Honor Protective Assoc. ; 220
Dekanter & Holgate, Architects; 465
Delphi Hellenic University Club, Inc. ; 595
Delta Gamma Alumnae; 846
Delta Gamma Foundation; 946
Delta Kappa Gamma Society; 112, 315, 408, 410, 597, 857, 859
Demary, Lulu M., Scholarship Fund; 228, 306, 846

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Budget, Annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 624
Building addition & alterations; 326
Dental Clinics budget; 547, 550, 631
Elevator revisions; 386
Gifts; 105, 233, 311, 400, 589, 712
Incidental Fee; 436
Oral diagnosis patient examination area alterations; 56
Parking regulations; 658
Personnel adjustments; 649
Rooms 415 & 416 alterations for Physiology, Biochemistry & Pharmacology Depts. ; 56

Disadvantaged Students, programs for; 374
Discrimination, Administrative Rules amended; 507
Division of Continuing Education:

Budget, Annual, 1971-72; 547, 549, 627
Concurrent enrollment procedures; 504
Gifts; 115, 243, 317, 412, 598, 725, 860, 961
Guidelines for the 1970's; 522, 608
Office & Studio Bldg., 2nd Add. ; 327
OSU Office of International Education; 860
Personnel Adjustments; 95, 652
Relationship to PSU; 613
Self-sustaining status; 374

Doernbecher Hospital Guild; 106, 714
Dome Laboratories Division of Miles Laboratories; 234
Dormitory Capacities & Occupancies; 52, 117
Dormitory Debt Service; 296, 522
Dormitory Market Survey; 92, 213
Dormitory operations, earnings from; 295
Douglas County Court; 699
Douglas County School District #19; 861
Douglas, Davis, High School; 408, 953
Doulgas High School; 220, 388
Douglas, Karl John, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 306
Douglas Medical Foundation; 388
Dow Chemical Co. ; 227, 304, 704, 944
Drain Plywood Co. ; 112, 220, 228, 388, 408, 574, 583, 846, 853
Dry Dock Boat Builders; 405
Duke-Lab Found., Inc. ; 234, 714
Duke University; 940
du Pont, E. I., de Nemours & Co. ; 582, 944

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Eagle Point High School; 114
Easement to City of Corvallis by OSU for water main; 341
Easement to City of Eugene for Storm Sewer; 485
Easement to Consumers' Power, Inc., Construct electric line across McDonald Forest; 38
Easement to Consumers' Power, Inc., for lines across Adair Ranch, OSU; 341
Easement to Eugene Water & Electric Board, UO; 353, 484
East School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 574

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Ackerman Laboratory School, resurface outdoor gym area; 55
Baccalaureate degree requirements; 18
BA/BS degree in business & economics; 24
BA/BS degree in chemistry; 23
BA/BS degree in Elementary Education, revision of; 17
BA/BS degree in general studies; 19
BA/BS degree in physics; 21
BA/BS degree program in art; 259
Biology Laboratory Water Filtering System; 386
Budget, annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 621, 637,
Classroom Bldg. ; 685
College Center Bldg. ; 59, 197, 264
College Center named Home College Center; 26
Curricular Requests, 1971-72; 15, 50, 259
Dorion & Hunt Hall Alterations; 328
Education Bldg. ; 203, 326, 685
Foundation; 242
Gifts; 114, 241, 316, 411, 597, 723, 858, 959
Griffin property purchase; 335
Hoke College Center; 264
Hoke Hall Annex; 26
Hunt Hall & Dorion Alterations; 210, 328
Incidental Fee; 424
Johnston property purchase; 686
Library Bldg., photographic darkroom, instructional material center; 386
Married Student Housing; 209, 328
Master's degree program for secondary teachers; 15
Parking regulations; 657, 737
Personnel adjustments; 649
Saint Joseph Hospital property condemnation; 194
Science Bldg. lecture hall seating; 55
Telephone exchange relocation; 519

Eastern Oregon Community Development Council; 960
Edgewood School; 584
Education Council of Graphic Arts Industry, Inc. ; 221
Educational Broadcasting Budget; 547
Educational Coordinating Council; 50, 80, 242, 302, 306, 363, 389, 395, 409, 458, 584, 589, 861
Educational Projects, Inc. ; 598
Eggertsen, S.B., Foundation; 405
Election of Officers; 573
Electric Club of Oregon; 220, 242, 953
Electric Corp. ; 343
Elgin Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 597
Elks Dept. of Education; 947
Elks Nat'l Found. ; 102, 110, 112, 947, 958, 959
Elmira High School; 220
Emery Educational Found., Inc. ; 846
Endowment Fund Moneys, Investment; 72, 299
Endowment Funds Investment; 933
Engineering & Design Associates; 265
Enrollment; 373, 670, 836
Enterprise Elks Lodge #1829; 959
Enterprise Lions Club; 947, 959
Environmental Protection Agency; 226, 302, 392, 699, 841
Epilepsy Found. of America; 589
Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Gamma Nu 2378; 846
Ernst & Ernst report; 298
ESSO Production Research Co. ; 700
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 950
Eugene, City of, Easement for storm sewer, UO; 485
Eugene, City of, UO street closures; 42
Eugene Educational Assoc. ; 857
Eugene Register-Guard 20-year Club; 947
Eugene Rotary Found. ; 228, 583, 947
Eugene Water & Electric Board agreement & easement, UO; 353, 484, 701
Evans Scholars Found. ; 220, 306, 394, 846
Ex-Newsboy's Assoc. ; 954
Executive Women's Club of Oregon ; 594

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Faculty Records, proposed rules; 900
Fairview Hospital & Training Center; 861
Fairview Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 220
Family Members, employment of; 508
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Federal Republic of Germany; 595, 722, 955,
Fee Schedule, 1971-72; 80, 335, 346, 373, 419, 561, 659
Financial Exigency exists; 920
Financial Management System; 298
1st Christian Church Scholarship Fund; 947
1st Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., Klamath Falls; 411, 699
1st Nat'l Bank of Oregon ; 574, 699, 719
1st Nat'l City Bank, Bankers Trust Co., Kuhn, Loeb & Co., Weeden & Co., Inc., Harris Trust & Savings Bank, 1st Nat'l Bank of Oregon, The Chase

Manhattan Bank, N.A., Bank of America, N.T. & S.A., The 1st Boston Corp., Joint Manages; 921, 925

Fish Commission of Oregon ; 304, 485
Fisher, Joe, Mustang Club; 401
Fisher, Paula, Memorial Scholar. ; 958
Flint Community Schools; 306
Ford Foundation; 74, 395, 406, 583, 842
Ford Motor Co. ; 242, 411
Foreign Mission Board; 958
Forest Grove Business & Professional Women's Club; 220
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 51, 473
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 272
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 51, 473
Forest Research Laboratory Advisory Committee; 473
Fossil Lodge #110, Independent Order of Odd Fellows; 859
Foster Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 220
4C Council; 940, 955
Franklin, Benjamin, Savings & Loan Assoc. ; 954
Franklin High School; 954
Frasch, Herman, Found. ; 227, 393, 944
Fry Farms, Inc. ; 304
Fullerton IV Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 408
Future Business Leaders of America; 388

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General Motors Corp. ; 102, 947
General Services Administration Employees Assoc. ; 846
General Telephone Co. ; 954
Georgia Pacific Found. ; 110, 112, 114, 228, 306, 315, 316, 394, 405, 408, 410, 846, 857, 859, 954, 957
Gerlach Empire Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 860
German Consul of Federal Republic of Germany; 111
Gettings-Lynch Motor Co. ; 316
Gibis, Paul A., & Lisa M., Charitable Trust; 402
Gifts & Grants; 96, 219, 302, 388, 574, 699, 841, 940
Gifts & Grants Report; 321, 840, 937
Gladstone High School Grange Scholar. ; 110
Glide Garden Club; 220, 705
Glide High School; 220, 408
Glide Kiwanis Club; 220, 947
Good Samaritan Hospital; 221
Gough, Helen, Scholarship Found. ; 112, 408
Government of America Samoa; 953
Grading policies state system schools; 481
Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; 112, 846, 847, 853, 857, 859
Grand Prairie School District #14; 116, 861
Grande Ronde Parent-Teacher Organization; 705
Grange Insurance Assoc. ; 954
Grants Pass Elks Lodge #1584; 114, 410
Grants Pass Public School District #7; 220, 388, 574
Greenwich Board of Realtors, Inc. ; 220
Gresham Community Hospital Medical Staff; 714
Gresham J.C.'s; 110
Gresham, Orient Grade School; 221
Gresham Rotary Club; 242, 574
Gresham Union High School; 110, 220, 954
Grolier Foundation, Inc. ; 315
Guidelines for the 1970's, Institutional; 794, 900

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Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc. ; Merril Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. ; Smith, Barney & Co., Inc. ; Continental Illinois Nat'l Bank &

Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates; 246, 921, 925

Hamlin, Martin & Schultz, Architects; 343
Hammond, Ross B.., Co., Inc. ; 264
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Fund; 112, 846, 859
Hanna Ladies; 859
Harder Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 878
Hardie, Waldo S. & Son; 674
Harney Co. Home Extension Women; 388
Harper, William Rainey, College; 116
Harris Trust & Savings Bank, 1st Nat'l Bank of Oregon, The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. & Associates; 921, 925
Haskins & Sells; 298
Hawaiian Trust Co. Ltd. ; 242, 954
Health education requirements; 511
Health Service Fee; 88
Henley High School; 114, 947, 958
Henley Parents & Patrons; 960
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 220, 959
Heppner Soroptimist Club; 388
Hercules Inc. ; 228, 846
Hermiston Kiwanis Club; 947
Hervin Co. ; 235, 402, 714
Hewlett, Jamison & Atkinson, Architects; 239, 685, 885
Higgins, Lorene Sails, Charitable Trust; 240
Higher Education bills, proposed; 767
Higher Educational Facilities Act of 1963; 676
Hill, Willis A., Inc. ; 693
Hillsboro Business & Professional Women's Club; 574
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 220
Hillsboro Lions Club; 102, 947
Hillsboro Senior High School; 220, 954, 958
Hirsch Educational Endowment Fund; 846
Hoerner Waldorf Corp. Charitable Found. ; 846
Hoffman Construction Co. ; 878
Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc. ; 306, 395
Hokie's Pizza House; 110
Holz, William & Gretta, Found. ; 954
Hood River County J.C.'s; 110, 220
Hood River High School; 112, 220, 859, 954
Hood River Lodge #105, A.F. & A.M. ; 110
Hood River Rotary Club; 242
Hood River Valley Scholarship; 947
Hult, Paul B., Lumber Co. ; 947
Hutchinson, Peggyann, Scholarship; 228, 306

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ICI America, Inc. ; 304
Idaho Fish & Game Commission; 704
Immunization for smallpox deleted from physical exam; 506
Inc. Kaiulani Home for Girls; 958
Incidental fee; 83, 384, 424
Indefinite Tenure policies, study of; 369
Informational Display Products Dept. ; 235
Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance; 719
Institute of International Education; 719
Institutional Degree Lists; 202, 371, 794, 904
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 80
Interinstitutional Union of Students; 936
Interior, Secretary of, to authorize mining research institute; 770
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; 220, 574
International Christian Scholarship Found. ; 110, 313, 406, 594
International Order of King's Daughters & Sons; 846
International Order of Rainbow for Girls; 408, 958
International Women's Fishing Assoc. ; 846
Investment Counsel, Selection of; 543, 836
Investment Guidelines; 216
Investment policies, proposed changes in Administrative Rules; 371
Investment procedures; 532
Investment Report; 69
Iowa State University of Science & Technology; 582
Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Found. ; 705

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JDR 3rd Fund, Inc. ; 705
Jackson County Intermediate Education District; 317, 862
Jackson Foundation; 110, 220, 394, 714, 846, 859, 860, 954, 958
Jackson, Maria C., Foundation; 112
Jagger-Sroufe Co. ; 878
Jeppsen, Miller & Tobias; 693
Job's Daughters, International Order of; 220, 846, 857, 954
Johns Hopkins University; 592
Johnson Foundation; 590, 858, 960
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 220, 574, 841
Joint Committee for the Humanities in Oregon; 848
Jospehine County; 393
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 219, 845
Junction City Education Assoc. ; 112, 846
Junction City High School; 112, 841
Junior Achievement Columbia Empire, Inc. ; 954

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KBND Lava Bear Boosters Club of Bend; 846
Kadena Officers' Wives' Club; 947
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals; 110, 590, 699, 714
Kaiulani Home for Girls; 859
Kemper, Karl, Memorial Fund; 594
Kidney Assoc. of Oregon Inc. ; 714
King, Martin Luther, Jr., Scholarship of Oregon ; 947
Kinuza Corp. ; 408
Klamath County; 393, 704
Klamath County Medical Society, Women's Auxiliary; 960
Klamath County School District; 961
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 220
Klamath Falls Kiwanis Club; 242, 411
Klamath Falls Quota Club; 411
Klamath Falls Soroptimist Club; 242, 315
Klamath Saddle Club; 115
Klamath Union High School; 408, 958
Kroeker, J. Donald & Associates; 45, 367, 676

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

L & H Co. ; 408
Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars; 107
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 114, 220, 411, 959
La Grande Lions Club Scholarship; 114, 242
La Grande Lodge #41, A.F. & A.M. ; 859
La Grande Rotary Club; 114, 959
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 316, 859
Lake County Cow Belles; 112
Lake County Elementary Tuition Scholarship Fund; 408
Lamont Featherland Farms; 223
Land Purchases; 204, 206, 209, 326, 328
Lane Community College; 229
Lane County Community Coordinated Child Care Council, Inc. ; 307, 848
Lane County Community Mental Health Center; 584
Lane Intermediate Education District; 307
Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority; 389
Lantz, C. A., Construction Co. ; 343, 881
La Pine P.T.C. ; 574
Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities, Inc. ; 102, 110, 313, 394, 406, 594, 705, 719, 954
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 112, 841, 846, 957
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 408
Lebanon Union High School; 112, 841, 846, 957
Legislature, 1971:

Board of Higher Education, students on Board (S.B. 728) ; 321
Call for special Board meetings; 79
Chancellor, statutory authority (S.B. 709) ; 251
Definition of "Structures" ; 79
Educational Coordinating Council; 320
Educational objectives (S.B. 287; S.B. 590) ; 251, 321
Investing funds of SBHE; 78
Oregon Educational Broadcasting transfer from SBHE (S.B. 287; S.B. 590) ; 251, 321
Oregon Graduate Center, proposed transfer to SBHE; 251
Radio Licensing; 79
Review of bills; 251, 320
Student Records (S.B. 73) ; 320

Leman, Wm., Inc. ; 304
Lents Lodge #156, A.F. & A.M. 595
Leukemia Assoc. of Oregon, Inc. ; 712, 714, 853
Leukemia Society of America, Inc. ; 233, 714
Lincoln City Elks Lodge #1886; 408
Lincoln County Foundation; 110, 220, 408
Lincoln County School District; 841
Linn-Benton I.E.D. ; 317, 724, 848
Linnco Electric Co. ; 674
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust; 315, 410, 958
Loma Linda Alumni Assoc. of School of Medicine; 313
Loomis & Kennedy, Inc. ; 933
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 7, 256, 487, 492, 497, 779, 881
Lutheran Brotherhood College Aide Award; 110

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

M.W. St. Joseph Grand Lodge of A.F. & A.M. ; 221
Madras Senior High School; 408, 860
Malheur Environment Field Station Consortium; 822
Malheur Onion Growers' Assoc. ; 227
Managing Educational Endowments (Ford Found.) ; 74
Mapleton Lions Club; 408, 574, 958
Mapleton Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 221, 408
Maranatha Church of God; 410
Margaret Scholarship Fund; 315
Marine Science Coordination; 794, 812
Marion County; 945
Marion County Circuit Court of Appeals, Papadopoulos case; 145
Marion County Health Dept. ; 853
Marion County Intermediate Education District; 116, 862, 961
Marion Electric; 179
Marion-Polk County Medical Society Women's Auxiliary; 712
Mark Guild for Retarded Children; 594, 954
Married Student Housing Charges; 663
Married Student Housing Report; 51, 117
Marshall Islands Legislature; 705
Marshfield Senior High School; 220, 846
Martin Marietta Corp. ; 719, 955
Massachusetts Life Fund; 699
Mattson, L.D., General Contractor; 790
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 235
McKay, K.E., of Coos Bay; 408, 947, 954
McKenzie Education Assoc. ; 242, 411
McKenzie High School; 958
McKenzie School District #68 Memorial Scholarship Fund; 947
McKenzie-Willamette Hospital Women's Auxiliary; 948
McMinnville Lions Club; 114, 315, 408, 574, 597
McMinnville Rotana Club; 113, 846
McNeil Laboratories, Inc. ; 235
McPheeters Electric Co. ; 490
Mead Johnson Co. ; 235
Measurement of productivity in higher education; 698
Medford Elks Lodge #1168; 220, 958
Medford Jaycees; 958, 960
Medford Rotary Club; 411, 846, 947
Medford Rotary Educational Scholarship; 316, 410
Medford Senior High School; 219, 220, 228, 239, 305, 306, 315, 316, 388, 406, 408, 410, 574, 845, 953, 958
Medford Research Foundation of Oregon; 223, 406, 597, 714, 788

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Administration Bldg. Remodeling; 204, 206, 326, 327
Administration Bldg. Reroofing; 386
Advancement Fund; 384, 716
Alumni Association; 712, 716
Animal Farm, sale of 0.12 acre; 788
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg. ; 203, 206, 326
Budget, Annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 623
Carson, Fred, estate of; 401
Channel, Albertina M., estate of; 713
Chapman, Margaret M., estate of; 915
Class of 1940; 234
Clinical Laboratory Bldg., fire escape; 519
Crippled Children's Division budget; 547, 549, 629
Day, Ella A., estate of; 156
Donally, Helen, estate of; 401
Furnishings & equipment; 327
Gerlinger, Beatrice Lee, gift of stock; 155, 312
Gifts; 106, 233, 312, 400, 590, 712, 853, 951
"Goal '72 for Equipment Needs" ; 109, 239, 718
Hennigh, Helen, Family of; 233
Hoyt, Charles H., estate of; 712
Honeyman, Ann, estate of; 402
Hospital charges for patients; 356
Hydrocephalous research; 931
Incidental Fee; 440
Jacobs, Frances, estate of; 106
La Bonte, Elaine, Memorial Fund; 234
Land transfers with U.S. Veterans Administration; 280
Library Bldg. reroofing; 386
Library Bldg. transfer slab to roadway viaduct west of; 56
MacKenzie Hall electric panel expansion; 56
MacKenzie Hall remodeling; 204, 206, 326, 327
Murray, Dorothy M., estate of; 590
Neilson, Ronald P., Memorial Loan Fund; 402
Noren, Myrtle W., estate, property sale; 155, 355
Parking Structure II; 151, 209, 327, 678, 899
Patent income sharing agreement Stanley W. Jacob; 495
Patent release E.A. Meyer; 354
Parking regulations; 658
Personnel adjustments; 94, 414, 650
Purdy, Ruby Fay, Estate of; 951
Reed, Olea E., Estate of; 403
Renal transplantation; 549
Robb, Alex, estate of; 789
Rowley, George W., estate of; 952
Selling, Lawrence, Fund, gift for; 106, 107
Stout, George W., Bequest; 938
Teaching Hospital Add. & Alterations; 203, 206, 326
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics budget; 547, 549, 628
Vreeland, Karl E., Memorial Fund; 714
Wallace, Naomi R., estate of; 953
Wesely, Agnes, Estate of; 109
Women's Residence Hall Completion; 210, 328

Meier & Frank Co. ; 110, 313, 860, 947, 954
Memphis Elks Scholarship; 228
Merck & Co., Inc. ; 221
Merck Co. Foundation; 705
Merck, Sharp & Dohme; 100, 582
Merrell, William S., Co. ; 107
Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. ; 246, 921, 925
Metolius Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 408
Metropolitan Area Community Coordinated Child Care Council; 389, 406, 700
Meyer, Fred, Foundation; 931
Michigan State University; 582, 845, 862
Mid-Willamette Valley Air Pollution Authority; 96
Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. ; 389
Mid-Willamette Valley Community Coordinated Child Care Center; 862
Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments; 961
Middleboro Kiwanis Club; 846
Miller-Morton Co. ; 945
Milton-Freewater Bank of Commerce; 315, 410
Milton-Freewater Education Assoc. ; 408, 859
Milton-Freewater Elks Lodge #2146; 574
Milwaukee Rod & Gun Club; 221
Mink Farmer's Research Found. ; 393
Minnesota State Dept. of Education; 583
Miss America Pageant; 313
Miss Eugene Executive Committee; 228
Miss Lincoln County Pageant, Inc. ; 719
Miss Linn County Scholarship Fund; 408
Miss Oregon Pageant of Seaside; 221, 408, 574, 846
Mist O
2 gen Equipment Co. ; 316
Model City Fund; 102
Monmouth City of, deeding of OCE land to for street; 252
Monroe-The Calculator Co. ; 243
Moody, John T., & Sons, Construction Co. ; 11, 44, 786
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 922, 926
Morin-Longwood-Edlund, Architects; 39, 44, 270, 488, 688, 786
Morris Animal Foundation; 590
Morrison, Funatake & Associates, Engineers; 11, 342
Morrow-Contractors, Inc. ; 791
Morrow, Robert D., Col; 490
Moss, Adams & Co. ; 228, 394, 846
Most Worshipful St. Joseph Grand Lodge; 954
Mothers for Children; 91, 935
Mott Foundation; 584, 848
Mt. Edgecumbe-Sitka Lions Club; 408
Mt. Hood Community College; 860
Mt. Olive Grand Chapter of Order of Eastern Star of Oregon; 221
Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church; 110, 954
Mu Phi Alumnae; 102
Mu Phi Epsilon Alumnae; 228, 846
Mu Phi Epsilon Memorial Foundation; 306
Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarship; 394, 594
Multnomah County Community Action Agency; 700
Multnomah County Hospital; 356
Multnomah Women's Club, Inc. ; 954
Myasthenia Gravis Found., Inc., Oregon Chapter; 590
Myrtle Point High School; 408, 947

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NCO Wives Club. Dyess AFB; 847
NDEA & Health Professions Student Loans; 550
Nat'l Aeronautics & Space Administration; 223, 229, 307, 575, 584, 700, 706, 842, 940
Nat'l Association Secondary School Principals; 408, 846
Nat'l Collegiate Athletic Assoc. ; 221
Nat'l Council for Geographic Education; 241
Nat'l Council for Stream Improvement; 582, 704
Nat'l Council of Paper Industry for Air & Stream Improvement; 223, 390, 700, 941
Nat'l Cystic Fibrosis Research Found., Oregon Chapter; 236, 402
Nat'l Education Assoc. ; 184
Nat'l Electric Contractors Assoc. ; 102, 947
Nat'l Endowment for the Arts; 596
Nat'l Endowment for the Humanities; 412.
Nat'l Fund for Medical Education; 312
Nat'l Institutes of Health; 278, 592
Nat'l Marine Fisheries Service; 945
Nat'l Merit Scholarship Commission; 583
Nat'l Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration; 575, 812
Nat'l Park Service; 102, 231
Nat'l Scholarship Service & Fund for Negro Students; 102, 111, 306
Nat'l Scholarship Trust Fund; 221
Nat'l Science Foundation; 96, 102, 113, 114, 150, 224, 229, 239, 241, 302, 307, 314, 390, 396, 402, 406, 409, 488, 575, 584,

673, 701, 706, 720, 766, 842, 848, 884, 893, 941, 948, 951, 956, 813

Nat'l Society Daughters of American Revolution; 221, 846
Nat'l Society for the Prevention of Blindness; 108
Nat'l Turkey Federation; 304
Naval Undersea Research & Development Center; 706
Navy Relief Society; 859
Neah-Kah-Nie High School; 233
Neeley, Doris J., Memorial Fund; 947
Neilson, Elizabeth A., Award; 102
Nelson, Bryon, Construction Co. ; 150, 893
Nelson, Howard, Construction Co. ; 891
Nepotism; 508
Network for Continuing Medical Education, Inc. ; 403
Nevada State Fireman's Assoc. ; 394
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc. ; 107
New York City Board of Education; 395
Newberg Rotary Club; 409, 574
Newport Elks Lodge #2105; 220
Newspaper Fund, Inc. ; 947
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 102, 111, 228, 306, 313, 394, 859, 959
Nicols Avenue Public School; 308
North American Rockwell Scholarship; 228, 306, 947
North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce; 839
North Dakota State Dept. of Public Instruction; 583, 948
North Douglas Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 408, 847
Northwest Christian College; 954
Northwest Food Processors Assoc. ; 582
Northwest Pulp & Paper Assoc. ; 97, 304
Norton-Simon, Inc. ; 394
Norwich Pharmacal Co. & Eaton Laboratories Division; 403

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O.N.A. District #5, Eugene; 712
O.N.A. District #7, Pendleton; 712
O.N.C. Scholarship Foundation; 409
OSPIRG; 837, 934
Oakdale Soroptimist Club; 699
Oakdale High School; 408, 583
Oakland Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 221
Officers, Board, election of; 573
Oldtimer's Athletic Assoc. ; 221
Oredson, Vincent L., Architects; 363
Oregon Arts Commission; 225, 230, 396, 411, 595, 596, 720, 843, 849, 960
Oregon Assoc. of Broadcaster; 847
Oregon Assoc. of Nurserymen; 394
Oregon Assoc. of Realtors; 102, 306, 947
Oregon Automobile Assoc. ; 954
Oregon Bulbs; 704
Oregon Cattlemen's Assoc. ; 227
Oregon City Senior High School; 111, 847

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Administrative Bldg. renovation; 10
Budget, annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 619, 635
Campus development plan, long range; 497
Campus Elementary School alterations; 55
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg. (Fine Arts) ; 203, 326
College Center Add. & Alterations; 7, 209, 256, 327, 328, 881
Curricular Requests, 1971-72; 2, 50
Food Service Bldg. ; 179
General Studies, BA/BS; 4
Gifts; 112, 240, 315, 407, 596, 722, 856, 957
Incidental Fee; 441
Laboratory, Classroom & Office Bldg. ; 326
Master of Science in Education, Option in early Childhood Education; 3
Parking regulations; 658
Personnel adjustment; 648
Physical Education Bldg. Phase I; 791
Physical Education Bldg. Phase II; 327
Street Construction Project; 203, 326
Todd, Jessica, Hall, conversion; 204, 254, 682, 790, 821

Oregon Commission of Interstate Cooperation; 115
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc. ; 221, 306, 315, 316, 388, 395, 406, 410, 574, 859, 947, 954
Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit; 945
Oregon Corrections Division; 412
Oregon Council for Public Broadcasting; 725
Oregon Council of the Blind, Inc. ; 114, 954
Oregon Council on Economic Education; 242, 243, 412, 720
Oregon Economic Development Division, Office of Governor; 861
Oregon Education Assoc. ; 406
Oregon Educational & Public Broadcasting Service; 929
Oregon Educational Broadcasting; 251, 522
Oregon Electric Construction, Inc. ; 264
Oregon Essential Oil Grower's League; 304
Oregon Extension Homemakers Council; 699
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs; 221, 388, 957
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 111, 112, 221, 847
Oregon Feedstuffs Transportation Committee; 945
Oregon Filbert Commission; 582
Oregon Fish Commission; 100
Oregon Game Commission; 100
Oregon Golden Gloves, Inc. ; 409, 847, 954
Oregon Heart Assoc. ; 225, 236, 592, 715
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 221
Oregon-Idaho Conference of Women's Society of Christian Service, United Methodist Church, Salem; 594
Oregon Investment Council; 71
Oregon Law Enforcement Council; 115
Oregon Medical Assoc. ; 107
Oregon Mental Health Division; 412, 951
Oregon Museum of Science & Industry; 849
Oregon Nursery Advisory Committee; 304
Oregon Nurses Assoc. ; 106, 233, 400, 860, 958
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Fund, Seaside; 313
Oregon Portland Cement Co. ; 394
Oregon Public Welfare Division; 706, 956
Oregon Seed Council; 304, 582, 945
Oregon Shakespearean Festival Assoc. ; 958
Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants; 583
Oregon Society of Radio Technologist; 412
Oregon Sports Writers & Sportscasters Assoc. ; 313, 406, 409
Oregon State Adult Corrections Division; 961
Oregon State Assoc. of Emblem Clubs; 410
Oregon State Board of Health; 942
Oregon State Comprehensive Health Planning; 725
Oregon State Dental Assoc. ; 712
Oregon State Elks Assoc. ; 111, 112, 403, 594, 847, 859, 947, 954, 957, 959
Oregon State Elks Assoc. Visual Aid Program; 107, 715
Oregon State Employees Assoc. ; 112
Oregon State Employment Division; 598, 843, 960
Oregon State Fish Commission; 945
Oregon State Game Commission; 227, 304, 582, 704, 845, 945
Oregon State Grange; 221, 409, 954, 957, 959
Oregon State Library; 111
Oregon State Program on Aging; 407, 855

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration Bldg. ; 266, 885
Adult education option to Med. degree; 37
Agriculture Experiment Stations budget; 547, 550, 630
Agriculture Science & DCE Bldg. ; 326
Animal Disease Research Isolation Facility; 328, 888
Anthropology, BS degree in; 33
Bicycle path, campus walks improvement; 55
BA/BS degree program in Biochemistry & Biophysics; 37
Bloss & Arnold Halls; 266, 296
Book Store, Inc. ; 225
Budget, annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 617, 633
Campus fire alarm system; 55
Central Heating Plant Boiler; 266, 342
Chemistry Bldg. -Phase I; 326
Chemistry Bldg. -Phase II; 326
Classroom lighting improvement; 386
Computer Center Bldg. named Milne Computer Center; 271
Co-Resident Women, Inc., application for loan; 267, 465
Curricular Requests, 1971-72; 33, 50, 794
Earth Science Complex; 203, 326, 692
Easement to City of Corvallis for Water Main, Sewer; 341, 474, 690
Easement to Consumers Power, Inc., electric line; 38
Easement to Consumers Power, Inc. for power lines across Adair Ranch; 341
Electric Power Industry Chair of Nuclear Engineering; 458
Electrical distribution system study; 266
Electrical system revisions; 326
Eng. composition changes in graduation requirements; 794, 797
Federal Cooperative Extension Service Budget; 547, 549, 630
Feed Barn-Dairy Center; 327
Forestry Bldg. (old) remodeling; 55, 204, 339, 475, 682, 771, 888
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 272
Forest Research Laboratory, financial support for; 272, 547, 550, 630
Forestry Bldg. ; 266
Foundation; 100, 113, 114, 228, 313, 394, 395, 406, 411, 699, 847, 947
Fuel costs, increased, Physical Plant budget addition for; 41
Gifts & Grants; 96, 219, 302, 388, 574, 699, 841, 940
Gilbert Hall fire sprinklers; 55
Heather Rae House; 267
Horse Center Arena Bldg. ; 39, 269, 688
Incidental Fee; 433
Intramural/Recreation Bldg. ; 145, 209, 328
Kidder Hall, air distribution system improvements; 386
Koons property purchase; 688
Lemke property purchase; 688
Library addition; 266
Marine Research Station, Port Orford; 814
Marine Science Center Improvements; 327, 814
Married Student Housing; 209, 328
McKenzie Field House (old Armory Bldg.), fire sprinklers offices; 55
Mitchell Playhouse electrical system; 519
Moro Agricultural Experiment Station, proposed closure; 559, 668
Mother's Club; 221, 388, 574
Music teachers, basic norm revised; 35
Netarts Bay Aquaculture; 814
Oceanography Facilities Research Service; 205, 206, 327, 884
Offices, residence hall space converted to; 687
Parking regulations; 656, 658, 726
Patent release to W. Curtis Johnson; 476
Peavy Hall; 339, 343
Personnel adjustments; 94, 458, 643
Redmond Agricultural Experiment Station, proposed closure; 559, 668
Research Vessel & Facilities; 205, 206, 327
Richter property purchase; 474
Rudisill property purchase; 341
Sea Grant College; 814
Seafoods Laboratory; 814
Snell Hall, reduced rates for graduate students; 346
South Farm sewer system; 474, 690
Speech teachers, basic norm revised; 35
State Mining Research Institute; 770, 794
State Racing Commission receipts for Horse Center; 41
Street light improvements; 386
Technical journalism, BA/BS degree in; 34
Veterinary Isolation Facility; 326, 888
Weatherford Hall Remodeling (East Wing) ; 209, 328

Oregon Student Public Information Research Group; 837, 934

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Budget, annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 622, 638
College transfer program; 27, 50
College transfer programs, Associate of Arts degree in; 470, 472
Community College services; 27
Curricular Changes, 1971-72; 470
Dental Hygiene Clinic fees; 335
Dynamometers, relocation of; 56
Emergency generator; 205
Faculty Wives & Women's Club; 242, 411, 960,
Gifts; 115, 242, 316, 411, 724, 859, 960
Hot water well #6, rehabilitation; 56
Incidental Fee; 437
Laboratory Bldg. #2 & Water Chiller; 199, 205, 326
Lecture Hall/Auditorium/Demonstration Facilities--Commons Addition; 767
Lecture Hall partitions; 205, 883
Library Bldg. ; 327
Nursing program, associate in science degree in; 470
Parking Lot; 210, 328
Parking regulations; 658, 753
Personnel adjustments; 95, 649
Residence Hall space converted to offices; 687
Roads B & D; 327

Oregon Strawberry Commission; 582
Oregon-Student Public Interest Group (OSPIRG) ; 160, 292, 385
Oregon Track Club; 585
Oregon Tri-City Chamber of Commerce, Communication from; 934
Oregon Tuberculosis & Respiratory Disease Assoc. ; 592, 705, 720
Oregonian Publishing Co. ; 956
Orient Grade School; 221
Orofino Kiwanis Club; 315
Otter Trawl Commission of Oregon ; 305, 394, 845

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Pacific Bulb Growers Assoc. ; 100
Pacific Fisheries Biologists; 704
Pacific Gas Transmission Co. ; 411
Pacific High School; 221
Pacific Northwest Bell; 239
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 394, 945
Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 265, 701
Pacific Southwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 101
Papadopoulos, Michael, appeal of non-renewal of teaching contract; 145, 329, 690
Parke, Davis & Co. ; 715
Parker, Leslie S., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 112, 847, 853
Parking Regulations; 655, 726
Patch Memorial Scholarship Fund; 847
Patent release to W. Curtis Johnson; 476
Payne-Settecase-Smith, Architects; 180, 255, 790, 791
Peace Corps; 97
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 220, 953, 959
Pendleton High Student Body; 221
Pendleton Rotary Club; 221
Pendleton School District 16R; 962
Penick, S.B. & Co. ; 845
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; 221, 388, 574
Pennwalt Corp. ; 704
PEO International Peace Scholarship; 395
PEO Sisterhood; 221, 228, 388, 409, 410, 574, 705, 723, 841, 857, 859, 860, 948, 954, 957
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Corvallis; 221
Pepsi Cola Bottling, Medford; 315
Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 111
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., White City; 241, 410, 723
Personal Health Requirements At State System Schools; 510, 900, 902
Personal Records, Oregon law re; 672
Personnel; 94, 318, 414
Pfizer, Chas., Co. ; 101
Pfizer Laboratories Division; 739, 715
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Assoc. Foundation, Inc. ; 592, 712
Phi Beta Patrons; 847
Phi Beta Psi Sorority Grand Chapter; 715
Phillips Petroleum Co. ; 101
Philomath Junior-Senior High School; 221
Phoenix High School; 221, 228, 306, 315, 405, 406, 410, 574, 845, 953, 957, 958
Physical Plant Rehabilitation & Minor Capital Outlay; 821, 883
Physical recreation activities, question re fee for; 296
Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Found. ; 705
Pilot Rock High School; 859
Pilot Rock Jaycees; 958
Pioneer Trust Co. ; 942
Planning Executive Institute; 313
Polk County Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. ; 221
Porter, Lloyd, International Business Scholarships; 406
Portland Academy of Pediatrics; 236
Portland Chamber of Commerce; 240
Portland Chartered Life Underwriters; 110
Portland, City of; 595, 596, 855
Portland, City of, Street Vacation; 357, 415
Portland City Ordinance #132640 for PSU street vacation; 415
Portland City Panhellenic Assoc. ; 110, 221, 847
Portland Development Commission; 158, 289, 358, 359, 496
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 220, 946, 953
Portland Emblem Club #133, BPOE; 401
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations; 715
Portland General Electric Co. ; 701
Portland Home Economist in Education; 221
Portland Legal Secretaries Assoc. ; 715
Portland Metropolitan Steering Committee - EOA, (Inc.) ; 240, 243
Portland Public Schools; 240, 598, 855, 954
Portland Realtors; 947
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 102, 111, 221, 313, 388, 574, 595, 719, 847, 954
Portland Rotary Foundation; 592
Portland School District #1; 862

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Albina Education Center; 239
Budget, annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 618, 620
Clarke, Margaret, estate of; 406
Cramer Hall, oil storage tank for boilers; 680
Cramer Hall reroofing; 56
Cramer Hall stair tread replacement; 56
Curricular changes, 1971-72; 156, 281
Foundation; 595, 956
Gifts; 110, 239, 313, 405, 594, 719, 855, 953
Goose Hollow Apt. Project; 289
Incidental fee; 445
"Jennings House", demolition of; 358
King George Apts. ; 121
Lease with State Highway Commission for land under Marquam Bridge; 680
Librarianship, Standard Norm in; 281
Martha Washington residence hall & 8 apt. bldgs. leased to Portland Student Services, Inc. ; 289
Natural gas shortage; 178
Old Main alterations; 204, 327
Operation Plus Program; 121
Parking regulations; 657
Personnel adjustments; 95, 458, 646
Personnel, scholarships from; 239
Physical plant costs, budget increases; 178
Portland General Electric Service increase; 178
Portland Student Services, Inc. ; 47, 121, 289, 465
Professional Schools Center, Phase I; 326
Professional Schools Center, Phase II; 327
Re-keying Bldg. completion; 326
Relationship to DCE; 613
School of Social Work; 596
Science II; 878
Services Bldg. completion; 326
Sewer charges increased by City of Portland; 178
Shattuck School furnishings; 205, 327
Shattuck School re-keying; 793
Smith Memorial Center Remodeling; 159, 209, 285, 328
South Park Blocks Mall Development; 158, 496
South Park Hall, door units replace. ; 387
Street vacation by City of Portland; 357, 415
Student housing project; 48
South Park & Cramer Halls, stair treads replacement; 56
State Highway Commission lease; 680
Steel Bldg. from PCC; 680
Teaching English as 2nd language; 156
U of O subgrant; 720
Women's Faculty Club Assoc. ; 954

Post High School Education in Oregon ; 50
Potlach Forests Foundation, Inc. ; 859
Powell, Milton L., & Son, Const. ; 271, 688
Prairie City Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 859
President's Report; 92, 218, 300, 387, 572, 696, 839, 934
Press Club of San Francisco; 947
Presser Foundation; 228, 847
Prineville Aerie #2555 Fraternal Order of Eagles; 220
Professional Baseball College Scholarship Plan; 102, 395, 583, 947
Prospect Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 947
Providence Guild of Providence Hospital; 221
Providence School Dept. ; 948
Public Service Activities, Board Committee, Administrative Rules Change suggested; 301
Public Service Careers Program; 585
Public Services Committee; 929

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Quill & Scroll Foundation; 847

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RMB, Inc. dba Marion Electric; 791
Racine County Unified School District; 397
Radio Cab Co. ; 236
Raco, Inc. dba Valley Plumbing & Heating; 791
Rainier Union High School; 112
Range of the White Buffaloes; 847
Readers' Digest Foundation; 849
Recreational Activities, fee for declined; 297
Ree, Art, & Son; 488
Reedsport High Student Body; 574
Rehabilitation program; 55, 206, 212, 327, 386, 519, 680
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc. ; 715
Residence Halls, report on; 383
Residence Halls used for other purposes; 521
Resolution:

Adult Housing, Inc. application funds married student housing; 465
Approving amended contract financial assistance under Housing Act of 1965; 835
Authorizing condemnation Saint Joseph Hospital Property, EOC; 105
Commending R.E. Lieuallen; 877
Co-Resident Women, Inc., Board approval loan application, OSU; 268
Honoring Charles R. Holloway, Jr. ; 457
Honoring John C. F. Merrifield; 876
Memory Marie Holmes; 697
Oregon Board of Education supports OTI Community College Program; 27
Portland Student Services Inc. approved for College Housing Act Loan; 48
State Board of Higher Education nor SOC have obligation to Adult Student Housing, Inc. ; 469
State of Oregon Community College & Education Center Bonds, Series 1972, $5,500,000; 830, 926
State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Bldg. Bonds Series 1971A, $2,500,000; 63, 247
State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Bldg. Bonds Series 1972A, $3,000,000; 824, 923

Resources for the Future, Inc. ; 396
Retail Employees Union Local 1092; 111
Reynold High School; 953
Rhodia, Inc. Chipman Division; 394
Richardson Elementary Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 958
Ricketts Music Store; 847
Riddle Parent-Teacher Organization; 221
Rockefeller Found. ; 230, 586, 705
Rogue River Lions Club; 958
Rogue Valley Manor; 723
Rogue Valley Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; 858
Rogue Valley Physicians Service; 114, 315, 316, 400, 853, 958, 960
Rohm & Haas Co. ; 394
Roosevelt High School Student Body; 111, 221, 954
Rose & Breedlove, Inc., & Stevens, Thompson & Runyan, Inc. ; 151, 678
Rose City Park United Methodist Church; 847
Rosebud Sioux Tribe; 849
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 220, 306
Roseburg High School, Jim Aiken Memorial Scholarship Fund; 958
Roseburg Rotary Club; 306, 574, 947
Roseway Lions Club; 111
Ross Electric, Inc. ; 693, 886
Rowe, Harry W., Fund; 954
Royal Norwegian Embassy; 943
Runyon, Damon, Memorial Fund; 236, 716

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S & H Foundation; 102, 106, 222, 228, 230, 306, 947, 958
SMCP Scholarship Committee; 847
St. Andrews Society of Oregon ; 953
St. Helens Elks Lodge #1999; 846, 953
St. Mary's High School; 705, 723, 841
Salem Elks Lodge #336; 102
Salem Fraternal Order of Eagles, Oregon State Aerie; 228
Salem Rotana Club; 113
Salem School District #24J:

Career Opportunities Program; 315, 409, 722
Head Start; 113
Reading Institute; 597

Salem Zonta Club; 228
Sandwell International, Inc. ; 348
Sandy Business & Professional Women's Club; 723
Sandy, George H., Foundation; 954
Sandy Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 409
Sandy Union High School; 114
Santiam Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; 712, 724
Scappoose High School; 221, 409, 947, 954, 958
Schubert, Sam S., Found., Inc. ; 397
Schultz, William Lightfoot, Found. ; 847
Scio Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 113
Scott, F. G., Construction Co. ; 688
Scott, M. M., Scholarship Grant; 228, 705, 847
Scott Paper Co. Student Aid Plan; 242
Scripps-Howard Foundation; 705
Sears Roebuck Foundation; 222
Seaside Elks Lodge #1748; 841
Seaside Woman's Club; 222
Seattle 1st Nat'l Bank; 222
Seattle Pacific College; 841
Securities & Investments; 532
Selenium-Tellurium Development Assoc. ; 701
Seoul American Schools Activity Fund; 947
Shaver Poultry Breeding Farms, Lts. ; 101
Sheldon High School Student Body; 403
Shell Chemical Co. ; 945
Shell Development Co. ; 305, 704
Sherman County Scholarship Assoc. ; 242, 411, 954
Sherwood Kiwanis Club; 306
Sherwood Robin Hood Elkettes; 108
Shields, W. H., Construction Co. ; 886
Shuler, Rankin, Myers, Walsh & Ragen, Bond Attorneys; 245, 921, 925
Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference, Inc. ; 860
Siletz Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 947
Silverton Hospital Auxiliary; 853
Silverton Union High School; 113, 222, 574, 955,
Sitka Soroptimist Club; 409
Sitkum, Dora, Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 958
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 200, 278, 347, 354, 675, 768
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 397
Smallpox vaccination deleted from entering physical exam. ; 505
Smith, Barney & Co., Inc. ; 246, 921, 925
Smith Memorial Presbyterian Church; 860
Smith River Lumber Co. ; 113, 222, 315, 388, 409, 699
Snyder, Burt K., Educational Found. ; 403, 847, 853
Social Action Research Center, Inc. ; 230
Society of Real Estate Appraisers; 243, 413
South Eugene High School; 222
South Lake Tahoe Rotary Club; 221
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 102, 111, 113, 114, 228, 406, 409, 411, 847
South Umpqua Public Schools; 962
Southern Coos General Hospital Auxiliary; 222

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Adult Student Housing, Inc. ; 465
Britt, Amalia & peter, Student Loan Fund; 193
Britt property, purchase offer by Jackson County; 193
Britt Student Center Remodel. ; 209, 327
Budget, annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 620, 636
Campus boundaries expanded; 363
Campus lighting improvements; 55
Certificate of Fine Arts in Theater; 13
Churchill Hall Remodel. ; 204, 326, 682, 821
Classroom Bldg. & Perimeter Road; 326, 683
College Union Bldg. ; 191
Colonial Motel (Rosehill) property purchase; 14
Counseling, Basic & Standard Norm programs in; 181
Curricular Requests 1971-72; 12, 181, 459
Faculty Wives; 723
General Education requirements extended to secondary education; 459
Gifts; 113, 241, 315, 410, 597, 723, 857, 957
Gillette property purchase; 14
Ice Skating Rink, College Union Bldg. ; 192, 259
Ide property purchase; 883
Incidental fee; 426
Irrigation water filter; 55, 386
Jarvis property purchase; 366, 367
Married student housing; 210, 328, 465
McB Incorporated property purchase; 365, 367
Parking lot land; 210, 328
Parking regulations; 658, 744
Personnel adjustments; 648
Physical plant offices, remodel. store bldg. for; 386
Science Bldg. Room 359A temperature controls; 55
Science I remodeling; 327
Silverwood property purchase; 470
Snider, M.M., Scholarship Fund; 241, 723
South Campus Utility Improvements; 209, 326, 327
Spanish, French & German, BA degrees in; 900
Speech correction, Basic Norm Program in; 900
Squire property purchase; 793
Swedenburg House; 361, 464, 600
Wolfe property purchase; 469

Southern Oregon Plywood; 315, 410, 860, 958
Southern Oregon State Bank; 315, 410, 958
Southern Oregon Timber Industries Assoc. ; 51
Spear Beverage Co. ; 595
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 220, 306, 946
Springfield Fire Fighters Assoc. ; 947
Springfield Rotary Club Scholarship Committee; 847
Springfield School District #19; 962
Standard Oil Co. ; 583, 860
Stanford Research Institute; 103, 586
State Accident Insurance Fund; 295
State Board of Education; 80, 97, 115, 116, 225, 230, 244, 308, 317, 577, 585, 596, 597, 598, 701, 720,

856, 861, 862, 948, 960, 961

State Board of Education, State Board of Higher Education, Educational Coordinating Council, meeting; 301
State Dept. of Environmental Quality; 899
State Dept. of Forestry; 391
State Emergency Board; 45, 59, 150, 191, 197, 203, 328, 475, 489, 492, 545, 673, 674, 821, 881, 897
State Highway Commission, lease with PSU land Marquam Bridge; 680
State Law Enforcement Planning Agency; 861
State of Oregon, Dept. of State; 706
State Public Welfare Commission; 103, 843
State Restoration Fund; 294
State Tax Commission; 272
State Textbook Commission; 862
State Treasurer; 71
State vehicles, use of; 384
Stauffer Chemical Co. ; 305, 394, 845
Steers, Hugh, Memorial Scholarship; 959
Steiner American Found., Inc. ; 859
Stevens, Thompson & Runyan, Inc. & Rose & Breedlove, Inc. ; 151, 678
Stout Motor Co. ; 938
Straub, Gertrude, Trust; 859
Student Body Officers, qualifications of; 93
Student Bldg. fees; 907
Student fee for OSPIRG; 160
Student housing market survey; 92, 213
Student housing, parking facilities debt service; 906
Student Newspapers; 91
Student Records, Board rules governing; 794, 806
Students for an Informed Republic; 837
Suicide & Personal Crisis Service, Inc. ; 313
Summer Session 1971; 84
Summer Session 1972, tuition & fees; 913
Sunset High School Associated Students; 222, 388, 841, 955
Supplementary Training Associates; 115, 413, 855, 861
Supplements; 117, 415, 863
Sweet Home Community Scholarship Fund; 222, 409
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 102, 220
Swindells Foundation, Inc. ; 237
Syntex Research; 582

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Teacher Inservice Programs & Services; 230
Teaching Research Division Budget 1971-72; 379, 547, 625
Teaching Research Division, Gifts; 116, 244, 317, 412, 598, 724, 861, 961
Teaching Research Division, Personnel Adjustments; 651
Technical Education Consortium; 115
Tee & Jay Constructors; 475, 771
Tektronix Circuit Board Group #37; 239
Tektronix Employees; 237
Tektronix Employee's Coil Dept., Plant 86; 108
Tektronix Foundation; 111, 313, 719, 955
Tektronix, Inc. ; 22, 237, 240, 847
Telecommunications Center at Ohio State University; 145
Teledyne Wah Chang Albany; 583
Temp-Control Corp. ; 674, 693, 886
Tennessee Valley Authority; 583
Tenth Mountain Division Foundation, Inc. ; 955
Tenure, Academic, Study of; 250
Tenure policies; 250, 370, 697, 794
Texas AFL-CIO; 847
The Dalles Emblem Club #406; 408, 959
The Dalles High School; 220
Theta Delta Phi; 409
Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co. ; 101
Tillamook County Intermediate Education District; 412
Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437; 220
Tillamook Kiwanis Club; 957
Tiller-Drew P.T.O. ; 859
Todd County Independent School District; 308
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 110
Tou Velle, Frank L., Trust Fund; 228, 306, 315, 410
Tozer Foundation, Inc. ; 847
Traffic Control; 655
Tri-County Chapter, March of Dimes; 947
Tri-County Community Council; 314
Triangle Lake High School; 222
Triangle Lake Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 409
Trust Territory of Pacific Islands; 113, 222, 409, 583, 857, 957, 958
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 222
Tuition & Fee charges; 80, 419, 561, 659
Tupelo Public Schools; 103, 850
Turner, Howard, Educational Trust Scholarship; 222, 847, 958
Tuttle Memorial Fund; 858

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Umatilla Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 947
Umatilla Tribal Scholar. Committee; 955, 959
Union Junior Women's Club; 242, 859
Union-Wallowa County Legal Secretaries Assoc. ; 859
U.S. Agency for International Development; 99, 111, 225, 699, 841
U.S. Air Force; 577
U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research; 103, 707
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 940
U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Command; 707
U.S. Army Research Office; 948
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; 98, 108, 225, 230, 237, 302, 391, 397, 577, 701, 850, 942, 949, 952
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs; 110, 114, 239, 242, 305, 314, 315, 316
U.S. Bureau of Land Management; 303, 391
U.S. Central Intelligence Agency; 108
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 391, 577, 583, 945
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; 101, 305, 945
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service; 305, 705
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service; 945
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences Research Service; 704
U.S. Dept. of Army; 97, 577, 952
U.S. Dept. of Army, Medical Research & Development Command; 105, 108, 400
U.S. Dept. of Army, Office of Civil Defense; 243, 961
U.S. Dept. of Commerce; 391, 575, 702
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 95, 103, 108, 112, 231, 240, 241, 243, 308, 314, 316, 397, 403, 407, 410, 411,

578, 586, 596, 597, 599, 702, 708, 716, 720, 722, 723, 724, 725, 843, 850, 855, 857, 858, 860, 949, 952, 956, 959, 962

U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare, Office of Civil Rights; 382, 853
U.S. Dept. Housing & Urban Development; 264, 267, 465, 835, 857
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 98, 702

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries; 305, 393
Bureau of Land Management; 707, 940

U.S. Dept. of Interior, Environmental Protection Agency; 578
U.S. Dept. of Justice; 231, 240, 241, 707, 843, 850, 857, 858, 957, 959
U.S. Dept. of Labor; 103, 302, 309, 392, 397, 702, 842, 851, 942, 949
U.S. Dept. of State; 99, 111
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; 722
U.S. Forest Service; 226, 227, 392, 578, 946
U.S. Geological Survey; 701
U.S. Nat'l Bank of Oregon ; 111, 114, 240, 305, 314, 388, 410, 575, 595, 596, 857, 859, 938, 948, 955
U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity; 707, 949
U.S. Office of Education; 724, 962
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 98, 226, 231, 303, 392, 942
U.S. Public Health Service; 98, 104, 105, 108, 204, 226, 231, 233, 237, 241, 303, 309, 311, 312, 392, 397, 400, 403, 407,

578, 587, 589, 591, 598, 676, 702, 709, 717, 844, 851, 853, 943, 949, 952

University of California; 588
University of Chicago; 720
University of Massachusetts; 228, 583

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

A & R Lumber Sales, Inc., Land Sale contract with; 894
Administrative Services Bldg. ; 146, 201, 204, 206, 326
Agreement with & easement to Eugene Water & Electric Board; 353
Architecture & Allied Arts Add. ; 490
Architecture Bldg. & equipment restoration; 327
Baxter, Iva Jewell, Memorial Collection; 950
Bio-Social Research Facility; 205, 206, 276, 327, 484, 673
Budget, annual, 1971-72; 379, 547, 616, 632
Campus planning consultants; 772
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center: S. W. Campus (Behavioral Sciences) ; 203, 326
College of Education Bldg. (& Central Cooling) ; 203, 326
Computing Center Addition & Alterations; 488
Curricular requests 1971-72; 273, 476, 794
Day, Ella A., estate of; 156
Doctor of Jurisprudence degree, awarding of; 476
Dormitory housing survey; 836
Easement to City of Eugene for storm sewer; 485
Easement to Eugene Water & Electric Board; 353, 484
Emerald Hall electrical service improvement; 56
English composition changes in graduation requirements; 794, 797
Erb Memorial Union Bldg. addition & alterations; 209, 328, 492
Fuel costs, increase in, Unappropriated fund to cover; 279
Gifts; 101, 228, 305, 394, 583, 705, 845, 946
Grading system report; 480
Hogged Fuel Conveyor Systems; 45
Incidentals fee; 451
Johnson & Emerald halls electrical service improvements; 56
Johnson Hall alterations, basement; 212, 275
Larson property purchase; 47
Lee, John--Rick Bullis Memorial Fund; 395
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Managing Committee; 932
Long-Range Planning; 772, 863, 931
Marine Biology Facilities; 209, 327, 814
Marine Biology Institute, lease of land to Fish Commission of Oregon; 485
Married Student Housing; 210, 328
Married Student Housing Policy; 141
Master plan; 772, 863
McArthur Court heaters replacement; 519
Men's Physical Education Bldg. restoration; 44, 785
Mothers' Club; 948
Music Bldg. fire sprinkler system; 56
Office of Civil Rights of Dept. of Health Education & Welfare, discrimination; 382
OSU, Subcontract with; 849
Parking Facilities: North Campus; 210, 328
Parking Regulations; 656
Pennell, Ellen M., estate of, sale of property; 894
Personnel adjustments; 94, 318, 414, 458
Physical & Biological Sciences: Restoration & Completion; 326
Physical Plant Boiler Improvements; 327
Portland State University, subgrant; 706
Psychology Clinic Alterations; 487
Recreational Facilities; 892
Religious Studies, BA/BS degree program in; 273
Science Bldg., 2nd Add., alterations for organic chemistry & molecular biology spaces; 150, 893
Science Bldg., 2nd Add., mechanical system modifications; 347
Science Bldg., 3rd Add. ; 278, 326, 354, 674
Science complex, electrical service revisions; 212
Straub, John, Hall, financing; 895
Straub, John, Hall remodeling; 204, 487, 682, 778
Street Closures, agreement with City of Eugene for; 42
Utility Extensions; 203, 206, 209, 326, 377, 676
Water service replacement S.W. campus; 56

University of Redlands; 222
University of South Florida; 962
University of Washington; 99, 104, 306, 580, 724
Unthank, Seder, Poticha, Architects; 891
Upjohn Co. ; 403, 716
Urban Renewal Administration; 361
Uvalde Independent School District; 852

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Valley Inland Pacific Constructors, Inc. ; 676
Valsetz Community Scholarship Fund; 409
Vancouver Elks Lodge #823; 220
Vancouver Methodist Foundation; 111, 314
Vancouver Rotary Club Scholarship; 111
Vancouver Slow-Pitch Assoc. ; 718
Varian Associates; 243, 961
Vassar College; 575
Velsicol Chemical Corp. ; 583
Vice Presidents, appointments of at various state system schools; 458
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 109
Vik Construction; 768

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Wade, R.M., Foundation; 388
Wagner High School Scholarship Fund; 705
Wahtonka Scholarship Fund; 409, 948
Wallowa High School Alumni Assoc. ; 959
Ward, Edward L, Jr., Memorial Fund; 409, 955
Ward Farms, Inc. ; 227
Warm Springs Indian Agency; 316, 858
Wasco County Fruit & Produce League; 305, 946
Washington Assoc. of Retarded Children, Inc. ; 111, 595
Washington High School; 219, 222
Washington-Oregon Prune Marketing Committee; 946
Washington, State of; 583
Washington Tree Fruit Research Committee; 394
Washington University; 955
West Coast Beet Seed Co. ; 305
West Hills Federated Women's Club; 718
West Iron County School District; 398, 710
West Park School Staff; 109
Western Cannery Council of Western Conference of Teamsters;113
Western Conference of Teamsters; 847
Western Forest Industries Assoc. ; 51
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education:

Budget, 1971-72; 547, 1971-72; 547, 721
Report on; 875

Western Mechanical, Inc. ; 343, 368
Western Onion Growers; 305
Western Oregon Livestock Assoc. ; 845
Westwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ; 109
Weyerhaeuser Co. Foundation; 960
Wilcox, Chester M., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 388
Willamette Hi-Grade Concrete Co. ; 406
Willamette High School; 113, 847
Willamette Valley Potato Growers' Assoc. ; 583
Williamsburg County Schools; 852
Wilmsen, Endicott, Berhard, Greene & Associates, Architects; 159, 285
Wilson, S.F., Construction Co. ; 673
Wilson, Woodrow, High School; 948
Wimberly, Ann, Scholarship; 948
Wolff-Zimmer-Gunsul-Frasca-Ritter, Architects; 147
Women's Society of Christian Service of United Methodist Church; 222, 948
Woodburn Kiwanis Club; 408
Woodburn School District #103C; 303
Woodbury, Raloh Prescott, Memorial; 111
Woodland Rotary Club; 242
Woolley Logging Co. ; 113, 316, 409, 410, 847, 960

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Yakima Tribal Scholarship; 114, 957, 959
Yamhill-Carlton High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 113, 409
Yamhill County; 705
Yang, Edith, Architect; 267
Yokahama Armed Forces Officers Wives Club; 948
Yoncalla Area Scholarship Fund; 847
Yoncalla Lions Club; 958
Young Americans for Freedom; 160

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Zaik/Miller Architects; 276, 673
Zinda, A.J., Co. ; 342
















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