OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1955






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Active International; 223
Admissions, Selective, Study of; 196
Advance Planning of buildings; 38, 125
Aero Club of Oregon; 42, 224
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSC)
Agricultural Research Foundation; 20, 42, 76, 112, 142, 172, 200, 201, 225
Albany Altrusa Club; 197
Alcoa Foundation; 75, 224
Alley Lumber Co. ; 199
Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority; 197
American Baptist Foreign Mission; 197
American Can Co. ; 112, 170
American Cancer Society, Inc. ; 78, 141, 143
American Cancer Society, Montana Division; 143
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 44, 113, 226, 227
American Chemical Paint Co. ; 172
American Chemical Society, Petroleum Research Fund; 110
American Cyanamid Co. ; 113, 172
American Institute of Architects; 107
American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers; 24
American Potash Co. ; 43
Ami Kai; 175
Anderson Report; 196
Annand, Boone & Lei, Architects; 161
Anonymous Donor; 42, 75, 113, 141
Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. ; 200
Ashland Beta Sigma Phi; 202
Ashland Elks Lodge; 202
Ashland Rotary Club; 202
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 202
Asia Foundation, The; 269
Associated General Contractors of American, Inc. ; 198
Astoria Elks Lodge No. 180; 199, 227
Atlas of the Pacific Northwest; 147
Atomic Energy Commission; 19, 42, 110, 112, 113, 142, 143, 171, 198

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Baker B.P.O.E. ; 44
Baker Soroptimist Club; 175
Bank of California; 199
Barrington Salary Survey; 34
Beane Education Fund; 199
Beaver Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Shop; 58
Bechtel Brothers; 2
Bechtel Corp. ; 75
Bend American Assoc. of University Women; 199
Bend Bulletin; 17
Bend Garage Co., Inc. ; 169
Benson Polytechnic High School; 223, 228
Benton Co. Medical Auxiliary; 199
Biennial Budget, 1955-57; 9
Biennial Bldg. Program, 1955-57; 4, 5
Blue Mountain Masterminds; 114
Blyth & Co. & Ladd & Bush; 56
Board Committee Meetings; 137
Board Hospital Committee; 15
Board Meeting in Salem, March 9; 49
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 25, 1955; 1
March 8, 1955; 28
April 26, 1955; 62
June 14, 1955; 86
July 26, 1955; 124
September 20, 1955
October 25, 1955; 187
December 13, 1955; 211

Board Meetings (Special):

April 11, 1955; 55

Board Members Appointed; 35
Board's Rehabilitation Reserve, Return of Funds to by OCE; 80
Board's Reserve for Emergencies; P1, 94
Board's Reserves for Special Purposes; P1
Board's Unappropriated Fund; 145
Boeing Airplane Co. ; 200
Bonds, financial standards in connection with sale of; 194
Bonneville Power Admin. ; 20, 111, 170
Borden Co. ; 75
Brookings-Harbor P.T.A. ; 202
Budget, 1955-56; 93
Building Committee; 1, 28, 62, 86, 124, 155, 187, 211
Building Program, 1957-1959; 219
Burns, Bear, McNeil & Schneider; 5, 29, 126, 213, 214
Burroughs, Wellcome & Co. ; 114

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Capital Outlay funds for buildings, request of Emergency Board for release of; 89
Cargill Incorporated; 172
Carl, H.G., Construction Co. ; 28
Cascades Plywood Corp. ; 171
Central Oregon Community College; 17, 138, 146
Central Oregon Potato Growers Assoc. ; 43
Centralized Activities Budget; P1, P12, 94
Centralized Activities Personnel Adjustments; B39, P69
Chancellor's Report; 16, 36, 73, 108, 137, 167, 196, 219
Chi Omega Alumni Club, Portland; 114
Church, Newberry & Roehr, Architects; 159, 191
Citizens of Drain; 21
Civil Service Assessments--Additional Funds for; 68
Civil Service Commission; 96
Civil Service Transfers to cover revised pay scale; 230
Clark Charitable Trust; 42, 110
Cleveland High School Dads' Club; 228
Cleveland High School P.T.A. ; 228
Coburg High School Student Body; 197, 199
Coed Housing Alumnae Assoc. ; 197
Colleges of Ed., Fee Adjustments; 115
Collins, Vern, Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 63
Colorado A. & H. Veterinary School; 37
Colton Union High School; 199
Columbia-Hudson Lumber Co. ; 199
Commencement Representatives; 73, 144
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 35, 106
Community College Programs; 17
Community Colleges, fee adjustments; 115
Comptroller to execute applications for federal aid; 133
Comptroller's Investments Report; 165
Confederated Tribes, Umatilla Reservation; 199
Confederated Tribes, Warm Springs Reservation; 198, 202
Consolidated Freightways, Inc. ; 198
Continental Grain Co. ; 172
Contractual Arrangements between Institutions & Industrial concerns for Research; 8
Conway, Carle C., Scholarship Fund; 170
Coos Bay American Legion Auxiliary, Unit #17; 170, 175
Coos Bay Hi Y; 202
Coos Bay Kiwanis Club; 202
Coos Bay T.P.O. ; 175
Coos Bay Zonta Club; 175
Cornell, Hayes, Howland & Merryfield, purchase of land from OSC; 65
Corvallis City Council; 138
Corvallis Zonta Club; 199
Council on Economics & Cultural Affairs; 113
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 20, 170, 175, 199
Curriculum Changes; 12
Curriculum Committee; 12, 104, 134

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Dallas Elementary School P.T.A. ; 201
Dant & Russell, Inc. ; 199
Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War; 227
Delta Delta Delta Sorority; 197, 223, 228
Delta Kappa Gamma; 202

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Advisory council; 13, 108
Bookstore Operations expanded to include purchasing & issuing instruments & other equip. ; 189
Budget; P1, P4, P18, 94
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 121
Cabinets & Dental Units; 89
Cafeteria alternate reinstated; 161
Curricular Changes; C64
Dental Clinics; P2, P13, 95
Dental Units & Cabinets; 89, 126
Emergency Bd. requested to release equip. funds; 190
Equipment; 30, 59, 89, 189, 222
Fee Adjustments; 115
Gifts; 44, 78, 114, 144, 175, 227
Graduate Fee for Health Service; 7
Health Service; 7
Incidental Fee; 7
Junior Am. Dental Assoc. Membership; 7
Personnel Adjustments; B8, P34, 27, 48, 84, 152, 185, 209, 236
Sale of old building; 90, 103, 134
Saturday classes; 222
Seventh Day Adventists protest Sat. classes; 222

Deschutes Co. School District No. 1; 146
Diamond Lumber Co. ; 199
Dimitre Electronic; 157
Dollar, Robert, Co. ; 224
Dormitory Subsidies; 168
Douglas Co. Home Extension Units; 170
Dow Chemical Co. ; 170
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E.I. ; 111, 170
Dunn Bill; 17

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Eagles, Fraternal Order of, Aerie No. 259; 114
Eagles, Fraternal Order of, Memorial Foundation; 20, 75

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Budget; P1, P9, P19, 94
Budget additions for increased enrollment; 193
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 118
Building repairs; 118
Campus & Grounds budget; 22, 118
Campus boundaries extended; 187
Central Heating Plant; 159
Classroom Building; 221
Curricular Changes; C69
Dorion Hall; 1
Dormitory, Building Program; 221
Dormitory, Selection of Architect for; 188
Eocene Court Apt. Rental Account; 69
Fencing around P.E. fields; 22
Gifts; 21, 44, 78, 114, 144, 175, 202
Heating Plant; 221
Heating Survey; 131, 159
Hooper Property purchase; 188
Light & Power; 118
McPherson Property purchase; 79
Men's Dormitory accepted; 1
Men's Physical Ed. Bldg., Preliminary Plans; 3
Monroe, Elma & Otis S., Student Loan Fund; 21
Personnel Adjustments; B32, P62, 84, 153, 185
Physical Ed. Bldg. ; 3, 32, 38, 221
Rehabilitation Projects; 128
Roadway repairs, vicinity Ackerman & Hoke Halls; 128
Schaures Property purchase; 188
Summer Session budget; 218
Telephone system improvement; 128
Thornburg Property purchase; 69
Turner Property purchase; 69

Eastman Kodak Co. ; 141
Eddy Bakeries, Inc. ; 114
Election of Officers; 139
Electric Club of Oregon; 228
Elementary Teacher Training Scholarships; 115
Elgin 1st State Bank; 175
Elgin P.T.A. ; 227
Emergency Board; 88, 96, 125, 137, 138, 167, 222
Enrollment Increases; 168, 192
Enterprise Lions Club; 175
Eugene Elks Lodge #357; 140
Eugene Junior Symphony Assoc. ; 140
Eugene Panhellenic Club; 197
Eugene Quota Club; 197
Eugene Rotary International; 197
Eugene Zonta Club International; 197
Executive Committee; 115, 155
Executive Officers of State Systems of Higher Education; 138
Exposition Committee of Portland; 93

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Failing, Mary Forbush, Estate of; 110
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSC)
Federal Govt., Proposal to make loans for dormitories & other bldgs. ; 193
Federal Govt., Resolution on Physics-Chemistry Bldg., OSC; 213
Federal Govt. to retain title to surface public land Wyoming & Western States; 217
Federal Social Security Law, additional funds for; 68
Fee Changes; 6, 115
Fee Income, Approval of Governor for use of; 218
Fee Income, Student, Increase in; 192
Field Chevrolet Co. ; 228
Filbert Control Board; 112
Finance Committee; 6, 31, 68, 93, 130, 163, 192, 217
Fir Milling & Planning Co. ; 224
Foregger Co., Inc. ; 173
Forest Products Laboratory; 92
Forest Protection & Conservation Committee; 76, 112, 171, 172, 201
Forestry Research Foundation; 171
Fortnight; 167
Franklin High School Assoc. ; 79, 197, 228
Freeman, Hayslip, Tuft & Hewlett; 3, 32, 188
Freightliner Corp. of Portland; 42
Friendly-Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. ; 21, 143
Futterman, Harry, Fund, Inc. ; 223

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Gardiner, Thorn, Jr. High School P.T.A. ; 199
General Electric Educational & Charitable Fund; 171
General Extension Division:

Budget; P1, P11, P18, 94
Budget transfers to avoid overdrafts; 22
Correspondence Study; 22
Dean's Office; 22
Fee Adjustments; 115
Gifts; 228
Library; 22
Lower-division collegiate-grade classes conducted by; 17
Personnel Adjustments; B37, P68, 154, 186, 210
Physical Plant; 22
Portland Summer Session budget; 218
Secretarial Pool; 22
Supply & Duplicating Dept. ; 22

General Foods Corp. ; 199
General Motors Corp. ; 223
General Obligation Bond Law; 4, 9, 32
General Obligation Bonds; 31, 49, 194
General Saw Corp. ; 19
Georgia-Pacific Plywood Co. ; 199
Gilbert Grade Sc. ; 175
Gilchrist Timber Co. ; 199
Giustina Veneer Co. ; 224
Glass Drug Co. ; 114
Goldsmith, Zida Alice, Estate of; 44
Grabenhorst Brothers; 223
Graduate Assistants, adjustments in stipends; 229
Graduate Fellows, adjustment in stipends; 229
Grand Lodge, Vasa Order of Am. ; 202
Grange Coop. Supply Assoc. ; 113
Grants Pass Business & Professional Women's Club; 197
Grants Pass Lady Lions; 202
Grants Pass Petroleum Dealers; 199
Grasshopper Control Program; 138, 167, 203
Great Western Malting Co., Inc. ; 172
Greulich & Jones Theatres; 175
Gumm, John, P.T.A. ; 201

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Hamilton Mfg. Co. ; 127
Hammond, Ross B., Co. ; 157
Hampton, Otis, Scholarship; 223
Harris, Jennie Beattie, Student Loan Fund; 42
Harris, Tillie, Estate of; 43
Hart, Floyd, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 171, 199, 224
Hart, Philip, Hospital Funds; 20
Heppner Elks Lodge No. 358; 199
High-School College Relations; 139, 186
Higher Ed. Sub-Committee of Legislative Ways & Means Committee; 16
Hill-Burton Act; 138
Hilliard, Roy A., & Associates; 58
Hillsboro Lions Club; 197
Holbrook-Walstrom, Property Counselors; 223
Homelite Corp. ; 19
Hood River Traffic Assoc. ; 43
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 91, 126, 193, 213
Huggins Insurance Co. ; 169
Humphreys Investment Corp. ; 141

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Independence Women's Club; 114
Industrial Organizations, Policies on Contractual arrangements with for Research; 8, 70
Inland Radio, Inc. ; 79
Institutional Executives; 196
Insurance Committee; 195
Interest on Pooled Endowment Funds; 165
Interim Committee, Legislative, on Salaries & Retirement; 34
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 7
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 6
International Minerals & Chemical Corp. ; 77, 142
Inventions & Patent Rights; 8, 70
Investments Report; 165
Irvington Women's Club; 173

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Jackson Co. Young Farmers; 77
Jaggar-Sroufe Co. ; 158
James & Yost suit; 130
Jefferson Co. ; 231
Job's Daughters, International Order of; 170
Josephine Growers Coop. Assoc. ; 113
Judd, Albert F., Scholarship Fund; 224
Junction City P.T.A. ; 201
Junior Achievement of Portland, Inc. ; 197
Junior College Bill; 17
Junior College Bill, Board Policy Statement on; 60
Junior League of Portland; 77

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Kern's Co. of Oregon Ltd. ; 42, 79, 224, 228
Ketchikan Chapter Am. Assoc. of University Women; 197
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 198
Klamath Falls Treasurer; 112
Klamath Lumber & Box Co. ; 199
Kogap Lumber Industries; 224
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates; 3, 92

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Ladd & Bush & Blyth & Co. ; 56
La Grande American Legion Post No. 43; 114
La Grande Elks Club; 227
La Grande Evening Observer; 78, 114
La Grande Fruit Co. ; 44
La Grande Lions Club; 78
La Grande P.E.O. Chapter; 21, 114
La Grande Rotary Club; 78, 125
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 79
Lake Co. Elementary Tuition Scholarship Committee; 79
Lakeside Laboratories, Inc. ; 173
Land Purchases; P1, 94, 127
Lane Co. Arthritis & Rheumatism Committee; 141
Lane Co. B. League Coaches & Principals Assoc. ; 197
Lane Co. B. League Principals Assoc. ; 223
Lane Co. High School Principals Assoc. ; 197, 198
Lane Co. Medical Auxiliary; 197
Lane Co. School District No. 4, Practice Teaching Agreement with U of O; 135
Lawrence, Tucker & Wallmann; 2, 29, 63, 125, 198
Lebanon Elks Lodge No. 1663; 199
Lebanon High School Assoc. Students; 140
Lebanon Union High School Girls' League; 141
Libraries, State System, Report on; 138
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 44
Lobby Tavern; 227
Lumber Mills Corp. ; 199
Lundgren Sales Corp. ; 140

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Mapping Your Education; 203
Marion-Polk Co. Medical Auxiliary; 77
Marshfield Senior High School; 141
Martin, Quay W., Estate of; 21, 227
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc. ; 58
McDaniel, Leora F. Brunk, Scholarship Fund; 199
McMinnville City Council P.T.A. ; 227
McMinnville Public Schools; 140
Medford Mail Tribune; 198
Medical Advisory Council; 13
Medical Education Committee; 218
Medical Research Foundation; 20, 201

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Alumnae Anonymous; 227
Alumni Assoc. ; 77, 114
Budget; P1, P5, P18, 94
Budget Transfers to prevent overdrafts; 119, 145, 146
Child Guidance Extension; P15
Curricular Changes; C58
Dean's Office; 45
Doernbecher Hospital; P14, 118, 138
Doernbecher Hospital Biennial Budget; 10
Doernbecher Hospital Remodeling; 5, 29, 191
Easement for Sam Jackson Park Road; 191
Equipment; 230
Fee Adjustments; 115
Field Experience Fee, School of Nursing; 117
Gallus, Jakob, Bequest of; 114
Gift fund for balance to be used for equip. for hospital; 191
Gifts; 20, 43, 77, 113, 142, 173, 201, 225
Harris, Tillie, Estate of; 226
Hill-Burton funds request; 138
Hospital; P14
Hospital Biennial Budget; 10, 34
Indigent patients; 14, 35
Jackson, Sam, Park Road, easement; 191
Kerr, Andrew, Estate of; 227
King, Mabel G., Bequest of; 21, 227
Medical Science Bldg., alterations; 128
Nursing Education Curriculum; C60, 12
Outpatient Clinic, additional space for; 5
Outpatient Clinic Biennial Budget; 10
Outpatient Clinic budget; P15, 118, 138
Outpatient Clinic Remodeling; 29
Overhead on research contracts to Doernbecher remodeling; 191
Personnel Adjustments; B9, P35, 26, 47, 122, 151, 185, 209
Phasing-In Program; 219
Policies, Statement on; 14
Rehabilitation Projects; 128
Steam Distribution System, Extension of; 221
Stephenson Bequest Property, sale of; 103
Teaching Hospital Bldg. ; 10, 137, 195, 216
Teaching Hospital & Clinics budgets; P2, P14, 95

Mado-Land Creamery Co. ; 169
Milk Marketing Admin. ; 43
Milton-Freewater P.E.O. Sisterhood; 169, 170
Milwaukie Union High School Dad's Club; 175
Milwaukie Union High School, Student Body; 79
Minerals, Mineral rights, royalties to be transferred to states for benefit of education; 217
Mink Farmers' Research Foundation, Inc. ; 173
Monmouth Chamber of Commerce; 114
Monmouht Civic Club; 114
Monroe, Elma & Otis S., Estate of; 21
Monsanto Chemical Co. ; 76, 200
Moses, Horace A., Fund; 228
Mt. Pitt Co. ; 224
Mountain View Union High School Girls' League; 170
Mu Phi Epsilon; 140, 223
Multnomah Co. ; 191
Multnomah Hospital Administrator; 218
Multnomah Kennel Club; 228
Mutual Citrus Products Co. ; 172

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National Chinchilla Breeders of America; 200
National Council for Stream Improvement; 76, 142, 172, 206
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis; 77
National Lead Co. ; 43
National Science Foundation; 42, 110, 140, 141, 169
Nebo Scholarship; 197
Nepal, Kingdom of; 224
North Bend American Legion Auxiliary; 201
North Bend High School; 198
North Bend I.L.V.A. Auxiliary No. 1; 198
North Bend Kiwanis Club; 223
North Bend Lions Club; 75
North Lincoln Kiwanis Club; 170
North Salem High School; 197
Nutrilite Foundation; 20, 42, 111, 170, 200
Nutrilite Foundation, Inc. ; 142

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Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Physics; 226
Oakridge P.T.A. ; 227
Office of Surgeon General, U.S. Dept. of Army; 21
Order of Eastern Star, Grand Chapter of Oregon; 79, 140, 141
Oregon Assoc. of Colored Women's Clubs; 228
Oregon Assoc. of Future Homemakers of America; 141
Oregon City Senior High School; 228

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION;

Alumni Assoc. ; 227
Alumni Records; 80
Auditorium, acoustical ceiling, sand & finish floors, paint; 23
Barnum, Sophia, Memorial Loan Fund; 227
Board's Rehabilitation Reserve, return of funds to; 80
Budget; P1, P7, P19, 94
Budget additions for increased enrollment; 193
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 122
Building Repairs; 23
Business Office; 80
Campbell Hall basement, floors replaced in; 128
Campus & Grounds; 23
Curricular Changes; C66
Education; C67
Fuel Shed & Conveyor Cover; 23
General Arts Bldg. ; 221
General Student Welfare; 80
Gifts; 44, 78, 114, 175, 201, 227
Heating Plant, brick work repair; 88, 128
Heating Plant Improvements; 221
Heating Plant, Independence; 80
Heating Plant, replacement of power line; 128
Heating Plant Survey; 215
Humanities; C67
Jackson St. opening; 67
Men's Dormitory, Bond Bids; 55
Men's Dormitory, Bond Resolution; 49
Men's Dormitory, Construction Bids; 57
Men's Dormitory, Equipment Bids rejected; 66
Men's Dormitory, Final Plans; 4
Men's Dormitory, Financing; 31, 49, 55
Monmouth Elementary School reroofing; 88, 128
Personnel Adjustments; B27, P58, 48, 84, 152, 237
Presidency, Nominees for; 37
President, selection of; 73
President's Residence alterations; 163
Registrar's Office; 80
Rehabilitation Projects; 128
Special Education Courses; 12, 13
Summer Session budget; 218
Teacher Placement Service; 80
Telephone Exchange; 23
Wolverton Memorial Pool accepted; 62

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc. ; 42, 110, 114, 223, 224
Oregon Dairy Industries; 141
Oregon Dairy Products Commission; 77
Oregon Division, American Cancer Society; 44
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 44, 201
Oregon Filbert Commission; 142
Oregon Fish Commission; 225
Oregon Game Commission; 42
Oregon Heart Assoc. ; 77, 111, 173, 226
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 199
Oregon Real Estate Board; 24, 223
Oregon Real Estate Dept. ; 24
Oregon Saw Chain Co. ; 19

OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Adair Tract timber sale; 166, 196
Agricultural & Biological Science Bldg., 1st Unit; 80, 89, 137, 220
Agricultural Engineering Bldg. ; 220
Agricultural Marketing Service; 46
Agricultural Research, Experiment Stations, budget; P2, P6, P19, 94
Budget additions for increased enrollment; 193
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 120
Bureau of Indian Addairs; 231
Central Library office; 79
Charter Day; 167, 195
Chemical Engineering Bldg. ; 108, 124
Chemistry Bldg. ; 176
Classified information, Resolution on required by U.S. Dept. of Defense; 136
Cornell, Hayes, Howland & Merryfield, sales of land to; 65
County Assessors, Short Course for; 103
County funds available for extension work; 202
Curricular changes; C29
Dad's Club; 141
Dairy Husbandry Dept., change of name to Dairying Dept. ; C51
Dairying Dept. new name of Dept. of Dairy Husbandry; C51
Dormitories, Utility Tunnel to; 220
Dormitory, Men's; 159, 220
Dormitory, Men's, Second; 213
Education Hall remodeling; 230
Education School; C36
Engineering Experiment Station; 23
Engineering Instruction plan established with Pacific Lutheran College; 13
Engineering School; C38
Federal Coop. Extension Service, Administration; 238
Federal Coop. Extension Service budget; P2, P17, 95, 202, 231
Federal Coop. Extension Service, personnel, group life insurance for; 105
Fee Adjustments; 115
Fire protection by City of Corvallis; 138
Foundation; 201, 202
Foundation on behalf of South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 199, 223
Gambee Property purchase; 163
General Science; C52
Gifts; 19, 42, 75, 111, 141, 170, 198, 224
Grasshopper Control; 138, 167, 203
Greenhouses & Service Bldg. ; 45, 129
Heating Station, enlargement fuel storage area; 128
Home Economics School; C39
Home Management; 220
Industrial Engineering & Industrial Arts; C56
Insurance, group life, for Federal Coop. Extension Service personnel; 195
Johnson, Robert, Bequest of; 111
Kasetsart University, Contract with; 113
Klamath Experimental Area; 112
Lower Division; C31
Malheur Experimental Area, transferred from county to state; 79
Mater, M.H., Sale of surplus land to; 30
Mathematics Dept. ; 230
Mechanical Engineering Bldg. ; 220
Memorial Union Bd. of Gov. ; 8, 108
Memorial Union Enlargement; 8, 191
Men's Dormitory; 159
Men's Dormitory, Second; 213
Men's Gym. alterations; 128
Mid-Columbia Br. Experiment Station, Construction 8 laborers cabins, wash house; 130
Mothers Club; 75, 141
Natural Resources Dept. ; 147
Pacific Coast Conference Basketball championship; 38
Pacific Power & Light Co., Right of Way easement; 44
Pendleton Experiment Station; 42
Personnel Adjustments; B12
Physics-Chemistry Bldg. ; 38, 125, 212, 220
Publications office; 203
Rehabilitation projects; 128
Research overhead, use of for renovating & equipping Chemistry Bldg. ; 176
Resolution for Federal Govt. on Physics-Chemistry Bldg. ; 213
Resolution on classified info. required by U.S. Dept. of Defense; 136
Right of Way Easement to Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 44
Sale of land to State Board of Forestry; 92
Sale of surplus land to M.H. Mater; 30
Sanitary Bacteriology, major in; C41
Science Research Institute; 176
Seafoods Laboratory; 225
Smith-Lever Act; 238
South Farm; 30
Student Apartments; 214
Summer Session budget; 218
Timber Sale, Adair Tract; 166
Turkey Brooder fire; 138
U.S. Dept. of Ag., Revised Memo of Understanding with; 229, 238
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 231
Utility Tunnel to new dorms. ; 220
Utility Tunnels, 2nd unit; 89, 137, 220

Oregon State Elks Assoc. ; 77, 173, 197, 223
Oregon State Medical Society; 13, 34
Oregon State Nurses Assoc. ; 79, 202
Oregon State Pharmaceutical Assoc., Women's Auxiliary of; 113
Oregon Wheat Commission; 42, 200
Owen Lumber Co. ; 110

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Pacific Coast Borax Co. ; 42, 206
Pacific Intermountain Express Co. ; 224
Pacific Lutheran College; 13
Pacific N.W. Forest & Range Experiment Station; 171
Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 44
Pacific Title Insurance Co., common stock, sale of; 70
Patent Rights; 8
Pendleton Altrusa Club; 197
Pendleton East Oregonian; 19
Pendleton Rotary Club; 170
Pendleton Round Up Assoc. ; 114, 140
Phi Beta Associates & Alumnae; 75
Phi Beta Patronesses; 197
Pitman-Moore Co. ; 173, 226
Planning Assistance for Municipalities, Counties & Planning Agencies to be provided by S.B.H.E. ; 133
Plant Rehabilitation; 94
Pohl Memorial Fund; 43
Policies re Contractual Arrangement between Institutions & Industrial Firms for research; 8, 70
Pooled Endowment Funds, interest rate on; 165
Pope, Ida M., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 170, 198
Portland City Council; 93
Portland, City of; 2, 191
Portland General Electric Co. ; 198
Portland Home Economics in Education; 199
Portland Quota Club; 77
Portland Realty Board; 103
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 42, 110
Portland Sorosis Club; 173

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Art Dept. ; 22
Auditorium remodeling; 86
Budget; P1, P10, P18, 94
Budget additions for increased enrollment; 193
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 121
Building Fee; 7
Building Plan, projected; 2
Cafeteria alterations; 69, 87, 163
Chemistry Laboratory; 86
Classroom & Laboratory Bldg., 1st Unit; 2, 63, 88, 125, 137, 155
Classroom Bldg. ; 221
Construction plan; 2
Curriculum Schedule & Graduation Requirements; 104
Dedication; 167, 203
Degree-granting institution; 104
Degree in General Studies to be granted 1956; 135
Degree in Secondary Ed. to be granted 1956; 135
Elementary Education, Bachelor of Science Degree in; C34
Fee Adjustments; 115
Fire Marshal's report;86
General Studies, Bachelor of Science Degree in; Cs8
Gifts; 22, 79, 175, 228
Graduation Requirements; Cs4, 104
Heating Bldg. ; 221
Houses (2), Improvements & Alterations to for Administrative Offices; 68
Inauguration of President Cramer; 167, 203
Information Dept. ; 203
Killam Property Condemnation; 99
Laboratory Bldg. ; 221
Library; 29, 221
Long-time construction plan; 2
Maxwell Property condemnation; 64, 101
N.A.I.A. District 2 Basketball Title; 38
Parking problem; 93
Personnel Adjustments; B35, P64, 27, 48, 153, 237
Physical Plant Operating Costs, addition to; 145
Physics Laboratories; 22
Property acquisitions; 129, 162
Property purchase; 6
Registrar's & Business Offices, remodeling for Chemistry; 86
Secondary Ed., Bachelor of Science Degree in; Cs5
Steam lines in Cafeteria; 164
Student Body; 176
Student Center Bldg. ; 6, 29, 99, 101, 164, 211
Student Loan Fund; 22, 176

Portland Summer Session, budget additions for increased enrollment; 193
Portland Voiture No. 25, 40 et 8; 143
President's Report; 16, 35, 73, 108, 136, 166, 195, 219
Public Relations Committee; 13, 66

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Ralston Purina Co. ; 170
Red Raider Boosters; 202
Rehabilitation Program, 1955-56; 127
Republic Carloading & Distributing Co., Inc. ; 19, 110
Research Corp. ; 19
Research Projects, policies on; 8, 70
Ritter Co., Inc. ; 127
Rogue River Chapter National Secretaries Assoc. ; 202
Rogue River Valley College Women's Club; 198
Roosevelt High School National Honor Society; 228
Roosevelt P.T.A. ; 223
Rosboro Lumber Co. ; 224
Roseburg Senior High School Assoc. Student Body; 169, 197, 198
Runyon, Damon, Memorial Fund; 143

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Sacajawea Hotel; 144
St. Helens Branch of American Assoc. of University Women; 224
St. Regis Paper Co. ; 199
Salary Adjustment Fund; 95
Salary Adjustment Request to 1955 Legislature; 34
Salem Board of Realtors; 223
Sandoz Chemical Works, Inc. ; 113
Scappoose P.T.A. ; 228
Scappoose Union High School; 199
Schaecher-Kux Lumber Co. ; 224
Schlitz, Joseph, Brewing Co. ; 200
Scholarships, Foreign; 108, 116
Scholarships, non-resident students; 115
Searle, G.D. & Co. ; 143
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 141, 170
Selective Admissions, study of; 196
Seventh Day Adventists, protest Saturday classes; 222
Shakespearean Festival, Ashland; 73, 154
Shaver, James & Delmer, Loan Fund; 200
Shell Fellowship Committee; 170
Shenker, William, Co. ; 79, 176
Sherman Cooperative Grain Growers of Wasco, Oregon; 19
Shields, W.H., Construction Co. ; 158
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories; 77
Smith, Ralph, Lumber Co. ; 223
Smith, Richard Shore, Memorial Scholarship; 19, 198
Shellstrom, John R., Forestry Award; 20
Society for Preservation & Encourage. Barbershop Quartet Singing in America; 197
Soroptimist Club; 228
South Salem High School; 168

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Britt Estate, Comptroller represent Board in Settling of; 166
Budget; P1, P8, P19, 94
Budget additions for increased enrollment; 193
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 120
Campus layout study; 129, 132
Central Heating Plant; 92
Commons or dining area; 214
Curricular Changes; C72
Dining Area or Commons; 214
Dormitory; 221
Dormitory, Men's; 214
Gifts; 44, 79, 202
Heating Plant; 221
Library ventilation & cooling; 128
Lighting of Physical Ed. Field; 91
Men's Dormitory; 214
Mills P.T.A. Loan Fund; 202
Personnel Adjustments; B29, P60, 185, 210, 237
Physical Education Bldg. ; 88, 89, 137
Physical Education Field Lighting; 91
Physical Education Field, Seats for; 162
Rehabilitation Projects; 128
Science Bldg. ; 221
Shakespearean Festival, Invitation to; 73, 154
Sprinkling improvements & well; 128
Student Union; 90
Summer Session Budget; 218

Stacey, J.W., Inc. ; 143
Staff Members, additional pay for service to other institutions; 229
Standard Insurance Co. ; 165
Standard Oil Co. of California; 21, 170, 199
Starr, H.A., Concrete Co. ; 63
State Assoc. of U of O Women; 42
State Board of Education, Cooperative Agreement with U of O for speech & hearing rehabilitation center; 144
State Board of Education, Joint Meeting with S.B.H.E. ; 137, 186
State Board of Forestry; 92
State Board of Higher Education, Joint Meeting with State Board of Education; 137, 186
State Dept. of Agriculture; 112
State Dept. of Education; 17
State Dept. of Finance & Admin. ; 230
State Emergency Board; 88, 96, 125, 137, 138, 156, 190
State Emergency Fund; 230
State Forest Research & Experimental Fund; 19
State Highway Commission; 76
State Industrial Accident Insurance, additional funds for; 68
State Retirement Program, additional funds for; 68
State Tax Commission; 103
Sugar Research Foundation, Inc. ; 20, 43, 112, 172
Summer Session Contingency, 1955; P1, 94
Summer Sessions Budgets, 1956; 217
Summer Sessions Contingency Reserve, 1956; 218
Summer Sessions Enrollment, 1955; 135
Swede Basin Lumber Co. ; 169
Swift & Co. ; 171

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Teacher Education Advisory Council; 12
Teacher Education Enrollment Increase; 196
Tektronix Foundation; 76, 140, 144
Television, educational, in Oregon; 168
Television Film of Institutional Executives; 17
The Dalles High School; 75, 224
Timber Products Co. ; 224
Timberlane Lumber Co. ; 224
Trail Creek Lumber Co., Inc. ; 224
Triangle Lake P.T.A. ; 197
Trustees of the Oregon Memorial; 169
Trustees of the Simon Benson Scholarship Fund; 199
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 201
Tucker, Max D., Estate; 19, 20, 75, 197
Tucker, Max, Scholarship Fund; 199

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Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. ; 172
Union Junior Women's Club; 114
Union Pacific Junior Old Timers Club; 114
U.S. Air Force; 113, 225
U.S. Army Ordnance Corps; 200, 224
U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps; 111, 142
U.S. Army Signal Corps; 170, 198
U.S. Bureau of Land Management; 225
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 43, 171, 195, 229, 238
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service; 46
U.S. Dept. of Army, Office of Surgeon General; 21, 111, 173
U.S. Dept. of Defense, Resolution on classified information; 136
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 144
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 231
U.S. International Cooperation Administration; 224
U.S. National Bank of Portland; 20, 56, 75, 141, 175, 199
U.S. National Bank of The Dalles; 42
U.S. Navy; 76, 110, 170, 173
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 20, 228
U.S. Office of Surgeon General; 225
U.S. Public Health Service; 18, 77, 78, 144, 169, 173, 175, 197, 200, 224, 225, 232
U.S. Senate Bill No. 680; 217

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administration Bldg. Addition; 38, 40, 90, 160, 220
Anthropology; 45
Architecture & Allied Arts; C9, 23, 45, 115
Architecture & Art Bldg., funds for; 137
Architecture & Art Bldg., naming of; 107, 216
Architecture & Art Bldg., Preliminary Plans; 161
Architecture & Art Bldg., remodeling; 89
Armory; 38, 220
Biology; 23
Budget; P1, P3, P18, 94
Budget additions for increased enrollment; 193
Budget transfers to avoid overdrafts; 45, 119, 146
Building Repairs; 119
Bureau of Municipal Research & Service; 133
Business Administration; C10, 23, 24
Butler-type bldg., construction of for Psychology Dept. ; 230
Cemetery acquisition plan; 11, 32
Chapman & Condon Halls addition; 220
Charter Day; 45, 167
Chemistry; 45
Chemistry equip. ; 23
College of Liberal Arts; C6
Commencement & Convocations; 119
Community Recreation Curriculum; C16, 12, 13
Condon & Chapman Halls additions; 220
Cooperative Speech & Hearing Rehabilitation Center; 144
Curricular Changes; C4
Dental School (See Dental School)
Development Fund; 19
Dormitory for Men or Women; 159, 220
Earl, Virgil D., Hall, Acceptance; 158
Earl, Virgil D., Hall, Charges in; 7
Eastwood Property purchase; 192
Economics; 45
Editor's Office; 45, 119, 231
Education School; C10, 45
Elementary practice teaching agreement with Lane Co. School District No. 4; 135
English; 45
Equipment Purchases; 23
Failing, Henry, Fund; 110
Fee Adjustments; 115
Festival of Arts; 22, 223
Foreign Languages; 45
Foreign Scholarships, Faculty, resolution on; 108
General Library; 23
Geography & Geology; 23, 45
Gifts; 18, 41, 75, 110, 140, 169, 197, 223
Golf Fee; 6
Graduate School; 45
Health & P.E. School; C12, 45, 119
Health Service elevator; 202
Health Service Equipment; 176
Heating Plant; 220
History; 45
James & Yost suit; 130
Journalism School; 45
Lawrence, Ellis F., Hall; 216
Library; 79, 199
Mathematics Dept. ; 23, 45, 230
McArthur Court; 28
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Dormitory, Inspection; 127, 158
Military & Air Science & Tactics; C13
Miner Bldg., Sale, information
Mothers Club; 140
Museum of Natural History; 45, 119
Music Bldg. Final Plans; 87
Music Bldg. Preliminary Plans; 5
Music Bldg., remodeling of stage & addition to Bldg. ; 128
Music School; 45
News Bureau; 203
Odd Fellows Cemetery; 11, 32
Office of Student Affairs; 119
Personnel Adjustments; B1, P20, 24, 45, 80, 122, 148, 177, 203, 232
Physical Ed. Bldg. addition; 220
Physical Ed. for Men, remodeling of basement; 128
Physical Ed. School; 12
Political Science; 45
Practice Teaching Agreement with Lane Co. School District No. 4; 135
President's Office; 45
Press budget, addition for offset press; 176
Psychology; 23 ,45, 230
Real Estate Education Program; 24
Recreation Curriculum; C16, 12, 13
Registrar's Office; 119
Rehabilitation Projects, 1955-56; 128
Religion; 23
Republic Carloading & Distributing Co., Inc., Scholarship in Traffic Management & Transportation; 19
Sociology; 45
Speech; 23, 45
Speech & Hearing Rehabilitation Center; 144
Summer Session budget; 218
Teacher Placement Service; 45
Training School; 119
Villard Hall; 130

Upjohn Co. ; 226, 21
Urban Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 157, 158

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Van Petten Lumber Co. ; 114
Vaughan, Sara Rehnborg, Scholarships; 200
Vermiculite-Northwest, Inc. ; 19, 44
Veterinary Medicine Students; 37
Vierani Family Fund; 21, 143

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Waldorf Astor Scholarship Fund, Astoria 1st Presbyterian Church; 42, 44
Wallowa P.T.A. ; 202
Ward, Edward L., Jr., Memorial Scholarship; 42, 199
Warm Springs Reservation; 231
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for War Orphans, Inc. ; 198
Wasco Co. ; 231
Washington High School Assoc. Students; 197, 228
Washington High School Boys' League; 228
Washington State College; 37
Watumull Foundation; 20
Ways & Means Committee, 1955 Legislature; 34, 87, 97, 115, 193
Weber Dental Mfg. Co. ; 127
West Coast Electronic Manufacturers Assoc. ; 141
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education; P2, P17, 37, 95
Western Regional Sales Co. ; 142
Westinghouse Educational Foundation; 75
Weyerhaeuser Timber Foundation; 141, 171, 197, 199
Whitney, Helen Hay, Foundation; 143
Wick & Hilgers; 5, 88
Willamette Valley Lumber Co. ; 171
Women's Auxiliary, Multnomah Co. Medical Society; 44
Women's Society for Christian Service; 79
Wood, Anna Vincent, Estate of; 173
Wright Air Development Center; 225

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Yakima Indian Agency; 201

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