OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1956







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Administrative Code; 13, 150, 151
Aero Club of Oregon; 158
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 47, 286
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSC)
Agricultural Extension Service & Experiment Stations Committee; 203
Agricultural Marketing Service; 261
Agricultural Research Foundation; 16, 47, 80, 114, 158, 207, 254, 284
Air Force Aid Society, Gen. Henry H., Arnold Educational Fund of; 206
Albany Altrusa Club; 252
Alcoa Foundation; 251
Allegany P.T.A. ; 252
Alpha Phi Alumni; 48
Aluminum Co. of America; 80
American Academy of Arts & Sciences; 160
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons; 48
American Assoc. for Advancement of Science; 111
American Assoc. of Dental Colleges; 12
American Assoc. University Professors Federation Salaries Committee; 98
American Assoc. of University Women; 251
American Baptist Foreign Mission Society; 110
American Can Co. ; 81
American Cancer Society, Inc. ; 49, 56
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 115
American Chemical Paint Co. ; 113
American Chemical Society, Petroleum Research Fund; 110
American College of Dentists; 258
American Council on Education; 240, 248, 281
American Cyanamid Co. ; 116, 207
American Foundation for Allergic Diseases, Oregon Chapter of; 257
American Heart Assoc., Inc. ; 82
American Medical Society; 159
American Pulp & Paper Mill Superintendents, Pacific Coast Division; 46
American Society for Metals; 113
American Society for Dentistry for Children, Oregon Unit; 258
Ami Kai Club; 211
Anaconda Co. ; 286
Annand, Boone & Lei, Architects; 28, 232, 234
Anonymous gift; 114, 116, 158
Applegate P.T.A. ; 15, 251
Arkansas Experiment in Teacher Ed. ; 79
Arlington P.T.A. ; 252
Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation; 209
Ashland B.P.O.E. #944; 288
Ashland Rotary Club; 18
Asia Foundation; 205, 250
Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. ; 284
Association of Governing Boards meeting; 155
Astoria B.P.O.E. #180; 80, 83, 259
Athena Chamber of Commerce; 259
Atlas of the Pacific Northwest; 289
Atomic Energy Commission; 15, 17, 48, 79, 157, 159, 209, 283, 286, 287
Auditors, fee for; 9
Ausland Construction Co. ; 141
Autzen Foundation; 205, 206

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Baker B.P.O.E. ; 83
Bank of California; 75
Bankers' Trust Co. ; 75, 178
Beane Education Fund; 46
Beane, Walter H., Scholarship Fund; 252
Bechtel Corp. ; 112
Benicia High School; 251
Benson, Simon, Scholarship Fund; 158
Bessonette & Graff; 141, 145, 181
Beta Sigma Phi, Alpha Mu Chapter; 259
Beta Sigma Phi, Beta Eta Chapter; 253
Beta Sigma Phi City Council, Redding; 205
Biological Humanics Foundation; 159
Blanchard Construction Co. ; 224
Blyth & Co. ; 178
Board Committee Appointments; 107, 203
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 24, 1956; 1
March 13, 1956; 25
April 24, 1956; 58
June 12, 1956; 89
July 24, 1956; 139
September 11, 1956; 184
October 23, 1956; 223
December 11, 1956; 274

Board Meetings (Special):

August 7, 1956; 177

Board members appointed; 42, 77
Board's Rehabilitation & Land Purchase Reserve for 1956-57; P64, 64, 194, 234, 237
Board's Reserve for Emergencies; P1, P64, 69, 212
Board's Reserve for State Payroll Assessments; 290
Boeing Airplane Co. ; 16, 117, 286
Bonneville Power Administration; 286
Bradford, J.C. & Co. ; 178
Britt Memorial Fund; 288
Brookings-Harbor Lions Club; 250
Brookmead Dairy, Inc. ; 253
Buchanan Co. ; 65, 90
Budget, 1956-57; 68
Budget, Biennial, 1957-1959; 197
Building Bonds ($1,900,000) Issue; 75
Building Bonds (42,400,000) Issue; 155, 177
Building Committee; 2, 25, 58, 89, 140, 185, 203, 223, 274
Building Program, Biennial, 1957-1959; 148, 185, 188
Building Program, Biennial, 1959-1961, 1961-1963; 185
Building Program, funds for; 107
Bunker Hill T.P.O. ; 259
Bureau of Municipal Research & Service; 79
Burlingham-Meeker Co. ; 83
Burns, Bear, McNeil & Schneider, Architects; 3, 26, 27, 193, 240, 275
Burns B.P.O.E. ; 250
Burroughs Welcome & Co. ; 287
Butcher, L. H., Co. ; 18

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California Klamath River Commission; 285
California Pacific Utilities Co. ; 18
Canby Kiwanis Club; 251
Carbide Union High School Girls League; 284
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; 43
Catalogs of all Institutions, courses offered through extension & summer session; C97
Central Oregon Community College budget; 164
Centralized Activities:

Budget; P12, P64, 69
Civil Service pay adjustments; 290
Gift; 288
Personnel Adjustments; B27, P54, 138, 176, 273, 295
Surplus equip. acquisitions; 43

Chancellor's Report; 12, 43, 77, 107, 155, 204, 248, 282
Charleston Home Extension Unit; 111
Chi Omega Alumae Assoc. ; 115
Chipman Chemical Co., Inc. ; 81
Church, Newberry & Roehr, Architects; 91, 97, 276
Circuit Court of Multnomah Co. ; 64
Climax Molybdenum Co. ; 81
Coburg High Sc. Student Body; 251
Colleges of Education:

Auditors fee; 9
Board rate increase; 10
Building fee; 9
Dormitory room charges; 10
Summer session fee; 9

Collins Pine Co. ; 117
Collins View Sc. P.T.A. ; 258
Commencement Representatives; 74, 161
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 42, 77
Compensation plan for academic staff; 151
Comptroller's Investments Report; 197
Comptroller's Office budget; 50
Confederated Tribes, Umatilla Indian Reservation; 253, 259
Confederated Tribes, Warm Springs Reservation; 15, 49, 252
Consolidated Freightways, Inc. ; 250, 252
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. ; 286
Coos Bay Active Club; 252
Coos Bay Area Zonta Club; 83, 259
Coos Bay Business & Professional Women's Club; 18
Coos Bay Kiwanis Club; 18
Corvallis B.P.O.E. #1413; 158, 252
Corvallis School District, Proposal to purchase part of South Farm, OSC; 8, 29
Crater High Sc. Girls League; 288
Creswell High Sc. P.T.A. ; 252
Crow High Sc. ; 250
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 117, 206, 211, 250, 252, 259, 282, 288
Culley, A. T., Scholarship Fund; 260
Curriculum changes; 10
Curriculum Committee; 10, 41, 240

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Dairy Products Manufacturers Assoc. ; 261
Dairy Products Marketing Assoc., Inc. ; 286
Dallas Elementary Schools P.T.A. ; 259
Davenport, Iowa, portrait of Col. Davenport donated to by SOCE; 155
Dehen Knitting Co. ; 260
Delco Products; 81
Delta Delta Delta Sorority; 251
Delta Kappa Gamma, Central Oregon; 251
Delta Kappa Gamma Society, Alpha Rho State; 158
Delta Kappa Gamma, Zeta Chapter; 259
Densco, Inc. ; 258
Dental Advisory Council; 109
Dental-Medical Schools, Amalgamation of business functions; 13, 52

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Alumni Assoc. ; 160
Biochemistry; 11, 124
Biochemistry, M.S. degree in; C63
Budget; P1, P4, P18, P64, 69
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 124
Building Inspection & Acceptance; 97, 107, 140
Building, Sale of; 73
Child Study Clinic; 124
Civil Service pay adjustments; 290
Commencement & Convocations; 124
Crown & Bridge Technic; 124, 213
Curricular changes; C60
Dean's office; 124
Dedication; 204, 213
Dental Clinics; P2, P13, P64, 69, 200
Dental History; C61
Dental Hygiene; 124, 213
Dental Materials; 124, 213
Fire & Boiler Insurance; 124
General Pathology; 124
Gifts; 49, 83, 116, 160, 211, 258
Gross anatomy; 124
Health Service fee; 9
Heat & Gas; 124
Hill-Burton funds request; 77, 97, 109
Illustrations; 124
Institutional Operating Reserve; 124
Kits, student operative, fee for repair & replacement; 9
Operative Dentistry; 124
Oral Diagnosis; 124, 213
Oral Pathology; 124
Oral Roentgenology; 124
Orthodontia; 213
Periodontia; 124, 213
Personnel Adjustments; B7, P29, 24, 57, 88, 173, 220, 270, 295
Physiology; 11
Physiology, M.S. degree in; C63
Postgraduate Instruction budget; 165
Principles of Medicine; 124
Prosthetic Dentistry; 124, 213
Saturday classes; 106
State Civil Service Assessment; 124
Student operative kits, fee for repair & replacement; 9
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 43
Unification of administrative procedures; 99
Water; 124

Deschutes Co. of Oregon Education Assoc. ; 251, 283
Deschutes Co. School District No. 1; 164
Doernbacher Hospital Guild; 47
Dormitory changes; 9
Dow Chemical Co. ; 114
Drake, Donald M., Co. ; 2
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E. I. ;158, 206

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Eagles, Fraternal Order of, Ladies' Auxiliary, North Bend; 158
Eagles, Fraternal Order of, Nyssa; 259
East Linn Teachers' Assoc. ; 252

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Arts, the; C73
Auditors fee; 9
Board rate increase; 10
Briggs property purchase; 95
Budget; P1, P9, P19, P64, 69
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 121
Building fee; 9
Building program, biennial; 148, 186
Building repair; 121
Campus & Grounds, budget; 121
Central Heating plant; 61, 148, 186, 187, 225
Curricular changes; C72
Dormitory; 225, 280
Dormitory room charges; C72
Education & Psychology; C74
Federal advance planning funds for Central Heating plant; 226
Federal advance planning funds for Physical Ed. building; 228
General Equipment; 121
General Instruction; 121
Gifts; 18, 49, 83, 116, 160, 259, 288
Hall property purchase; 95
Heating Plant; 61, 148
Heating Survey; 121, 143
Humanities; C74
Laboratory Sc. ; 121
Library Bldg. addition; 143
Light & Power; 121
Name change to Eastern Oregon College; 108, 161
Personnel Adjustments; B22, P50, 134, 174
Physical Ed. Bldg. ; 143, 148, 186, 187, 225
Physical Ed. Bldg. addition; 188
President's Office; 121
Publications; 121
Registrar's Office; 121
Science & Math; C76
Science-Classroom Bldg. ; 188
Secretarial Science; C75
Social Science; C75
Summer Session budget; 281
Summer Session fee; 9
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 44
Water; 121
Winn property purchase; 274

Eastern Star, Grand Chapter of Oregon; 205
Educational Television, application for Channel 7; 240
Election of Officers; 156
Electric Club of Oregon; 252
Electric Corp. ; 67
Electronic Service; 141, 145
Elgin 1st State Bank; 116
Elgin P.T.A. ; 83
Elks' National Foundation; 251
Elmira High School P.T.A. ; 253, 287
Emerald Empire Roundup Assoc., Inc. ; 250
Empire P.T.A. ; 259
Enrollment forecast; 248
Enrollment increase, over-realized student fee income released to cover costs of; 12
Enterprise High Sc. Scholarship fund; 259
Enterprise Lions Club; 116
Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Beta chapter; 251
Eugene, City of; 51
Eugene City Panhellenic; 250
Eugene Quota Club; 251
Eugene School District No. 4; 50, 261
Eugene-Springfield Community Orchestra Assoc. ; 110
Eugene Teachers' Assoc. ; 110
Executive Committee; 1, 139, 184, 203

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Family Financial Security, Oregon Summer Workshop on Education for; 79
Federal Communications Commission; 241
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSC)
Federal Govt. disaster relief program; 31, 108, 118
Federal Government:

Resolution to for advance planning funds for Central Heating Plant, EOC; 226
Resolution to for advance planning funds for General Arts Bldg., OCE; 232
Resolution to for advance planning funds for Library, Classroom Bldgs., Heating facilities, PSC; 191, 230
Resolution to for advance planning funds for Library-Classroom Bldg., PSC; 5
Resolution to for advance planning funds for Physical Ed. Bldg., EOC; 228
Resolution to for advance planning funds for Science-Classroom Bldg., SOC; 238

Federated Garden Clubs of Oregon; 46
Fee changes; 9
Fee income, student, increase in; 39
Field Chevrolet Co. ; 260
Filbert Control Commission; 81
Finance Committee; 9, 33, 68, 98, 150, 197, 203, 204, 280
Finlandia Foundation; 61
First National Bank of Chicago; 75, 178
First National Bank of Portland; 75, 117, 158, 178
First National City Bank of New York; 75, 178
Fleming, Catherine Campbell, estate of; 111, 116
Ford Foundation; 12
Forest Products Laboratory; 194
Forest Protection & Conservation Committee; 113, 285
Fortnight; 14
Foundation for American Resource Management; 112
Franklin High Sc. P.T.A. ; 250
Freeman, Hayslip, Tuft & Hewlett, Architects; 225, 228
Freightliner Corp. of Portland; 46
Friendly-Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. ; 17, 159
Fund for Advancement of Education; 78, 116, 157, 288

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Gardiner, Thora B., Jr. High Sc. ; 252
General Electric Educational & Charitable Fund; 47, 112, 208, 253, 256
General Extension Division:

Administration Bldg. ; 95, 142, 192
Budget; P1, P11, P18, P64, 69
Budget transfers to avoid overdrafts; 125
Building for in Portland; 95, 142, 223
Civil Service pay adjustments; 290
Conservation & Outdoor Ed. Workshop; C94
Curricular changes; C92
Dean's Office; 125
Dean's Reserve; 125
Evening Classes, increase in student fee; 39
Gifts; 117
Home Horticulture; C93
Increase in fee income; 39
KOAC; 125
Miscl. gifts for Economic Ed. Workshop; 117
OSC Student Loan funds, purchase of lot from in Portland for bldg. ; 96
Personnel Adjustments; B24, P54, 138, 176, 295
Portland Extension Center; 125
Social Welfare Resources & Organization; C93
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 43

General Motors Corp. ; 283
General Obligation Bond issue of $2,400,000; 92, 101, 107
General Obligation Bond issues of $1,900,000 for OSC men' s dormitories; 33
General Petroleum Corp. ; 79
George, Geraldine E., estate of; 252
Gilbert Sc. ; 260
Glendale P.T.A. ; 288
Glidden Co. ; 16
Glide P.T.A. ; 18
Goldfarb Scholarship; 251
Governor, request approval $3,000 additional Smith-Hughes funds for OSC; 119
Governor, request approval use of additional income from unrestricted funds; P62, 40
Grant High Sc. ; 284
Grants Pass Dads Club; 252
Grants Pass Gladiolus Show & Festival Commission; 252
Grants Pass Petroleum Dealers; 15
Gregory & Sons; 178
Gresham Union High Sc. ; 252
Grimstead Memorial Fund; 252
Grotefend, George, Scholarship Board; 288
Guaranty Trust Co. ; 75
Gumm, John, P.T.A. ; 260

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Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc. ; 75, 178
Hammond, Ross B., Co. ; 65, 67
Hampton, Otis, Scholarship Award; 253
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Trust Fund; 253
Hannon Bros. Co. ; 118
Harris Trust & Savings Bank; 75, 178
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd. ; 252
Heppner P.T.A. ; 80
Hicks, W. W., estate of; 206
High-School College Relations; 19, 51
Higher Education Subcommittee of Ways & Means Committee; 40
Hill-Burton funds, Chancellor authorized to file for; 84
Hillsboro Coffee Club; 49
Hillsboro Lions Club; 253
Hillsboro P.T.A. ; 211
Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc. ; 257
Hood River Traffic Assoc. ; 113
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 79, 86, 98, 193, 240, 280
Hoyt's, Byron, Sheet Music Service; 251
Hyslop Agricultural Research Memorial Trust Funds; 253

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Increase in estimated income for service fees; 39
Increase in student fee income; 39
Independence Women's Club; 116
Industrial Forestry Assoc. ; 206
Inland Radio, Inc. ; 116
Institute of Food Technologists; 206
Institute of International Ed. ; 110
Institute of Life Insurance; 79
Institutional Executives, Meeting of; 140
Institutions, visitation of by Board; 13
Insurance Committee; 203
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 9
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 9
Interinstitutional Television Committee; 240
International Christian Scholarship Foundation; 250
International Cooperation Administration; 251, 293
International Educational Exchange Service; 77
International Minerals & Chemical Corp. ; 257
International Woodworkers of America; 117
Investments Report; 197

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Jefferson Co. Production & Marketing Administration Committee; 51
Jobs Daughters, International Order of; 205, 206
Jobs Daughters of Oregon; 258
Johnson, J.O., Co. ; 224
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 158, 284
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 251
Junction City P.T.A. ; 253
Junction City Teachers Assoc. ; 18, 253
Juneau Assembly No. 3, Order of Rainbow for Girls; 15
Junior Achievement of Portland, Inc. ; 211

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Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp. ; 16, 253
Kerns Co. of Oregon, Ltd. ; 46, 83, 284
Ketchikan Lions Club; 284
Klamath Co. ; 16
Klamath Co. Chamber of Commerce; 207
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 253
Klamath Union High School Girls' Athletic Assoc. ; 157
Kuhn, Loeb & Co. ; 75, 177
KVAL-TV; 283

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La Grande American Legion Post #43; 116
La Grande Eagles, Aerie #259; 160
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 160
La Grande Evening Observer; 116
La Grande Fruit Co. ; 49
La Grande Lions Club; 116
La Grande Rotary Club; 116
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 83
Lake Co. Elementary Tuition Scholarship Fund; 83
Lake Oswego High School Dads Club; 284
Land Purchases & Plant Rehabilitation Fund; P1, 69
Land purchases, use of balances in Veterans Administration claims for; 99
Lane Co. B. League Coaches & Principals Assoc. ; 252, 284
Lawrence, Tucker & Wallman; 2, 5, 97, 140, 190, 191, 231
Lebanon B.P.O.E. Lodge #1663; 250, 252, 253
Lebanon Union High School; 158
Legislature, 1957; 62
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 48
Longview Fibre Co. ; 252
Lord Bros. ; 67
Lord Electric Co. ; 182
Losli Sheet Metal Works; 67
Lundgren Sales Corp. ; 110

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Malheur Co. Onion Growers; 113, 123
Malheur Co. Teachers Assoc. ; 46
Mallinckrodt Chemical Works; 115
Mapleton Lions Club; 250, 252, 259
Marine Biology Institute; 111
Marion-Polk Co. Medical Auxiliary; 47
Marshfield Jr. High School P.T.A. ; 259
Marshfield Senior High School Hi Y Club; 160
McClintock, L.A., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 80
McDowell-Catt Foundation, Inc. ; 257, 284
McMinnville City Council P.T.A. ; 288
McMinnville Jr. High School; 157
Medford Fuel Co. ; 157
Medford Mail Tribune; 288
Medical-Dental Schools, Amalgamation of business functions; 13, 52
Medical Education Committee; 74, 107, 204, 241

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Alumni Assoc. ; 47, 82, 115, 210, 257
Animal Dept. ; 120, 126, 162
Anonymous gift; 114
Budget; P1, P5, P18, P64, 69
Budget Transfers to prevent overdrafts; 119, 162
Building program, biennial; 149, 186
Business Office; 120, 162
Central heating plant; 202
Civil Service pay adjustments; 290
Crippled Children's Division biennial budget; 201, 202
Curricular changes; C59
Dermatology; 120, 126, 162
Doernbecher Hospital budget; P64, 120
Doernbecher Hospital, Public Welfare patients in; 40
Doernbecher Hospital remodeling; 59, 94, 107, 184
Doernbecher Hospital, Sutton gift; 38
Earth retaining structure near Library Bldg. ; 31, 108, 118
Easement to Portland Gas & Coke Co. ; 84
Erosion & slide control study; 234
Experimental Medicine; 162
Gifts; 16, 47, 82, 114, 133, 159, 208, 256, 287
Health Service fee; 9
Hill-Burton funds, request; 77, 94, 109, 185
Hospital accepted; 2
Hospital Admission Policies; 245
Hospital formal opening; 12, 19
Joyce, Thomas M. Memorial Fund; 48
Laundry; 120, 126
Library; 162
Library Bldg., slide near; 31
Medical Examiners fees; 120
Medical Sciences Bldg. addition; 189
Medical Science Bldg., alterations; 1
Medicine; 126
Morgue alterations; 1
Neurology; 120, 126, 162
Nursing Education; 162
Obstetrics & Gynecology; 162
Ophthalmology; 162
Orthopedic Surgery; 120, 126
Parking areas near Library Bldg., slide endangering; 31
Pediatrics; 126, 162
Personnel Adjustments; B5, P30, 23, 56, 88, 172, 220, 269, 295
Pharmacology; 120, 126, 162
Physical Plant Dept. ; 52
Physical Plant Shops Bldg. addition; 149, 186, 187, 275
Physiology; 126
Policies; 203, 242
Portland Gas & Coke Co., easement to; 84
Public Welfare Commission patients; 40
Publications 162
Radiology; 162
Registrar's Office; 120
Room charges; 10
Selling, Dr. Laurence, Fund; 107, 114
Sewer line easement to City of Portland; 30
Slide; 31, 108, 118, 234
Sundry Clinical Instruction; 120, 126
Surgery; 126
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 43
Teaching Hospital Policies; 242
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics budgets; P2, P14, P63, P64, 69, 200
Tuberculosis Hospital biennial budget; 201, 202
Unification of administrative procedures; 99
Urology; 120, 126
Utility Tunnel; 149, 186, 187
Weeks Trust Fund for Doernbecher Remodeling; 185

Medo - Land Creamery Co. ; 110
Menasha Sales Corp. ; 250
Millage Income, Overrealized, to be used for salary increases; 153, 204, 212
Milner Crest P.T.A. ; 83, 259
Milner Crest School; 259
Milwaukie Union High School Dads Club; 288
Milwaukie Union High School Student Body; 80
Mink Farmers' Research Foundation; 208, 261
Modern Plumbing & Sheet Metal Co. ; 141, 145
Modesto Branch American Assoc. of University Women; 283
Modesto Junior College Assoc. Students; 251
Mohawk High School; 251
Monmouth Central Jr. Chamber of Commerce; 259
Monmouth Central Lions Club; 116
Monmouth Chamber of Commerce; 287
Monmouth Civic Club; 116
Monsanto Chemical Co. ; 16, 81, 207, 285
Monteith, Jerry N., estate of; 287
Montgomery Ward & Co. ; 117
Morris, L.H., Electric Co. ; 90, 180
Mu Phi Epsilon Alumnae Chapter; 110
Mu Phi Epsilon Patronesses Assoc. ; 250
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 80
Multnomah Co. Medical Society Women's Auxiliary; 47
Multnomah Co., Sale of boiler to; 118
Musicians' Mutual Assoc. ; 110
Mutual Citris Products Co., Inc. ; 285
Myrtle Creek Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 259
Myrtle Creek P.T.A. ; 259

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National Advisory Cancer Council Committee on Chemotherapy; 209
National Appliance Co. ; 208
National Assoc. Secondary School Principals; 253
National Chinchilla Breeders of America; 113
National Committee for Ed. in Family Finance; 79
National Conference of Christians & Jews; 157
National Council for Stream Improvement; 16, 47, 206
National Council to Combat Blindness; 160
National Honor Society; 253
National Lead Co. ; 81
National Park Service; 205
National Research Council; 110
National Science Foundation; 15, 45, 46, 110, 113, 115, 157, 208, 256, 257, 282, 286
National Turkey Federation; 16
Nebergall, D.E., Meat Co. ; 252
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc. ; 82, 257
North Bayside Grange; 205
North Bend High School Assoc. Student Body; 250
North Bend High School P.T.A. ; 250
North Bend Kiwanis Club; 253
North Salem High School Girls' League; 253
Northwest Assoc. Secondary & Higher School Commission on Higher Schools of; 108
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc. ; 253
Northwest Washington Fur Breeders Assoc. ; 285
Nutrilite Foundation; 252
Nutrition Foundation, Inc. ; 207

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Oakridge P.T.A. ; 253
Ochoco Lumber Co. ; 48
Orange Round Table; 80
Order of Eastern Star, Golden Poppy Grand Chapter; 250
Order of Eastern Star, Grand Chapter of Oregon; 83, 157, 158
Oregon Assoc. of Colored Women's Clubs; 259
Oregon Business Education Assoc. ; 284
Oregon Cattlemen's Assoc. ; 46
Oregon City Senior High School P.T.A. ; 252
Oregon City Senior High School Student Body; 252
Oregon Civil Defense Agency; 115

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Alumni Assoc. ; 259
Auditors fee; 9
Board rate increase; 10
Budget; P1, P7, P19, P64, 69
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 125, 162
Building fee; 9
Building program, biennial; 148, 186
Building repairs; 125
Business office; 84
Central Heating Plant; 188
Commencements & Convocations; 162
Curricular changes; C64
Dads Club; 83
Dean's Emergency Fund; 83
Dormitory room charges; 10
Education & Psychology; C65
Federal advance planning funds for General Arts Bldg. ; 232
General Arts Bldg. ; 148, 186, 188, 232
General Arts Bldg. addition; 188
General Instruction; 84, 125, 162
General Student Welfare; 84
Gifts; 18, 83, 116, 160, 258, 287
Humanities; C66
Inauguration; 50
Institutional Operating Reserve; 32, 125
Landers Loan Fund; 83
Landscaping & parking facilities; 32
Library Bldg. addition; 188
Maaske, Roben J., Memorial Hall; 30
Maaske, Roben J., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 83
Maple Hall; 234
Men's Dormitory; 7, 25, 30
Mothers Club Loan Fund; 83
Parking facilities & landscaping; 32, 85
Personnel Adjustments; B19, P47, 24, 124, 173, 221
President's office; 162
Publications; 84, 125, 162
Science-Math. ; C67
Social Science; C67
Student Center; 234
Student Welfare; 162
Summer Session budget; 281
Summer Session fee; 9
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 44
Training School rental account; 32
Warehouse Shop; 188
Women's Dormitory; 188

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc. ; 18, 45, 46, 83, 110, 112, 116, 158, 283, 284, 287
Oregon Dairy Industries; 158
Oregon Dairy Products Commission; 254
Oregon Ex-Newsboys Assoc. ; 211
Oregon Federation of Garden Clubs; 112
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 45
Oregon Filbert Commission; 113
Oregon Forest Products Laboratory; 158
Oregon Heart Assoc., Inc. ; 17, 48, 82, 112, 159, 287
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 252
Oregon Klamath River Commission; 207
Oregon Potato Commission; 207
Oregon Society for Crippled Children & Adults, Inc. ; 48
Oregon State Board of Health; 288

OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Adair Tract timber sale; 8
Administration Bldg. ; 188
Agricultural Chemistry; 123, 163, 164
Agricultural Economics; 163
Agricultural Engineering Bldg. ; 188
Agricultural Engineering, remodel utility bldg. for coop. seed harvesting; 123
Agricultural Experiment Station unallocated gift balances; 123
Agricultural Research & Federal Coop. Extension, increased funds for; 163
Agricultural Research, Experiment Stations, budget; P2, P16, P63, P64, 69
Agricultural Research gift funds; 85
Agricultural Research Service Bldg. ; 4, 26, 27, 64, 89
Agriculture & Biological Science Bldg., addition; 188, 189
Agriculture School; C38
Animal Husbandry; 123, 163
Appraisal Short Course; 289
Armory Bldg. remodeling; 96
Art; 123
Atlas of the Pacific Northwest, printing of; 289
Auditors fee; 9
Bacteriology; 163
Beach Farm; 278
Board rate increase; 10
Bond resolution for Men's Dormitories; 34
Botany & Plant Pathology; 163
Budget; P1, P6, P19, P64, 69
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 19, 161
Building program, biennial; 148, 186
Business & Technology School; C40
Buxton Hall; 279
Cafeteria; 27, 33, 66
Cauthorn Hall; 279
Civil Service pay adjustments; 290
Coliseum; 33
Columbia Co. Unit Approach; 51
Convocations & Commencement; 161
Cooperative houses room charges; 10
Cordley Hall; 278
Corvallis School district proposal to purchase part of South Farm; 8
Courtesy appointments; 20, 171
Crew House; 278
Curricular changes; C30
Dairying; 123, 163
Dean of Home Economics; 51
Dean of Women; 51
Deschutes Co. Unit Approach; 51
Director's office; 123
Director's reserve; 213
Dormitories, two; 148, 186, 188
Dormitory; 188, 189
Dormitory room charges; 10
Douglas Co. agent; 213
Eastern Oregon Branch Experiment Station, purchase of land for; 84
Education School; C41
Engineering School; C41
Entomology; 123, 163
Entomology, shelving & wiring in service bldg. ; 123
Extension Methods, Dept. of; C58
Farm & Home Development; 51
Farm Crops; 163
Federal Coop. Extension Budget; P2, P17, P63, P64, 50, 51, 69, 200
Federal Coop. Extension Director's reserve; 50, 51
Food Technology; 163
Forest Entomology Research Laboratory; 8, 123
Foundation; 15, 18, 46, 83, 250, 252
Foundation, South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 15, 253
General Obligation bond issue of $1,900,000 for men's dormitories & cafeteria; 33
General Science; 19
Gifts; 15, 46, 80, 112, 158, 206, 251, 284
Greenhouse, reglazing; 123
Hatch Funds, increase in; 163
Hawley Hall; 279
Heating Plant Generator; 189
Home & Farm Development funds; 51, 53
Home Economics; 163
Home Economics School; C43
Home Management House; 188
Home Management Project; 51
Horticulture; 161, 163
Hydraulic Laboratory; 189
Industrial Engineering Bldg. ; 189
Institutional Operating Reserve; 19, 51, 52, 123, 161
Jefferson Co. Extension budget; 51
Kasetsart program; 293
Land appraisal study agree, with State Tax Commission; 156
Library addition; 189
Library equipment; 122
Library (1st unit) ; 188
Linn Co. agent; 213
Lower Division; C32
Lower Willamette Valley Branch Experiment Station; 200
Malheur Branch Experiment Station budget; 123
Marion Co. Suburban Extension Work; 50
Mechanical Engineering Bldg. ; 188
Men's Dormitories; 27, 33, 64, 66, 279
Men's Dormitories bond resolution; 34
Men's Dormitories bond sale; 75
Men's Dormitory, second; 3
Modern Languages; 123
Mothers Club, Grants Pass; 15
Mothers Club, Klamath Falls; 158
Mothers Club, Portland; 80, 112, 158
Mothers Club, Roseburg; 206
Nuclear Chemical Engineering; C47, 11
Part-time farming pilot programs; 213
Personnel Adjustments; B8, P32, 20, 53, 87, 130, 167, 215, 264, 292
Personnel Coordinator budget; 289
Physical Ed. Division; C44
Physical Ed. for Men; 51
Physics-Chemistry Bldg., 1st unit; 148, 186, 187, 193
Physics-Chemistry Bldg., 2nd unit; 62, 188, 240
Physics-Chemistry Bldg., 3rd unit; 188
Physics Dept. ; 19
Pilot program, problems small farmers; 50
Poling Hall; 279
Polk Co. unit approach; 51
President's office; 161
Publications office; 289
Railroad right of way purchase; 278
Regional research funds, increase in; 163
Registrar's office; 161
Resolution for Federal Govt. on 2nd unit Physics-Chemistry Bldg. ; 62
Ruzek property purchase; 193
Sackett Hall; 33
Sale of land to State Board of Forestry; 194
Science School; C35
Seafoods Laboratory; 213
Sedimentary petrology; 11
Smith-Lever funds, increase in; 213
Soils; 163
South Farm; 8, 29
Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railroad right of way purchase; 278
State Bond Commission, approves dormitory bond issue; 44
State Tax Commission, agree. with for land appraisal study; 156
Statistics Dept., establishment of; C58, 11
Student Loan Funds lot, sale of; 95
Summer Institute of Chemistry College Teachers; 46
Summer Session budget; 281
Summer Session fee; 9
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 43
Theoretical genetics; 11
Utility Tunnel; 4, 26, 64, 89, 148, 186, 187, 188
Veterinary Bldg. ; 189
Veterinary Medicine; 163
Waldo Hall; 112
Wasco Co. unit approach; 51
Washington Co. Suburban Extension work; 50
Weatherford Hall; 279
Wheeler Co. Extension budget; 51
Yamhill Co. agent; 213

Oregon State Dental Assoc. ; 109
Oregon State Dental Society; 77
Oregon State Educational Foundation, Inc. ; 158
Oregon State Elks Assoc. ; 48, 208, 251
Oregon State Medical Society; 74, 109, 203, 241
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 115, 159
Orides Mothers; 79
Overrealized student fee income released for increased enrollment; 12, 77

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Pacific Coast Committee of Am. Council on Ed., Chancellor Richards named Chairman of; 281
Pacific Intermountain Express Co. ; 110, 206
Pacific Northwest Personnel Management Assoc. ; 284
Pacific Northwest Plant Food Assoc., Inc. ; 252
Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 117
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph; 117
P & C Hand Forged Tool Co. ; 117
Pendleton Assoc. of Teachers; 250
Pendleton Beta Sigma Phi Chapters; 160
Pendleton Rotary Club; 253
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Prineville; 206
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter; 205
Petersen, A.V., Co. ; 182
Phi Beta Patronesses; 45, 79, 250
Phoenix Lions Club; 18, 288
Physical Ed. Alumnae Assoc. ; 251
Pioneer Flouring Mill Co. ; 116
Pooled Endowment Funds; 197
Pope, Ida M., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 252
Population Council, Inc. ; 115
Port Orford P.T.A. ; 253, 288
Portland Assoc. of Bldg. Owners & Managers; 18
Portland, City of; 30
Portland City Planning Commission; 190
Portland, Educational Facilities in; 13
Portland Gas & Coke Co., Easement to by Medical School; 84
Portland General Electric Co. ; 117
Portland Home Economics in Ed. ; 252
Portland Outdoor Store; 208
Portland Realty Board; 28
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 112, 283

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Accreditation; 108
Adams property purchase; 147
Administrative Annex remodeling; 19, 126
Advance planning funds for Library Classroom Bldg., resolution to Federal Govt. ; 5
Aldrich property purchase; 28
Art; C88
Bachelor's Degree, work at Medical & Dental Schools used in fulfillment of credits for; 43
Baldwin property purchase; 234
Biology; C89
Bookstore, cooperative; 4
Budget; P1, P10, P18, P64, 69
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 126
Building program, biennial; 148, 186
Building rehabilitation; 126
Campus expansion plan; 236
Castonguay property purchase; 277
Central Heating Plant; 148, 186, 187, 190
Civil Service pay adjustments; 290
Classroom Bldg. ; P62, 148, 186, 187, 190
Classroom Bldg. addition; 189
Clerical exchange; 126
Commencement & Convocations; 126
Cooperative Bookstore Corp. ; 4
Curriculum study; 41
Curriculum changes; C87
Dads' Club; 83
Economics; C89
Education; C88
Elementary & Secondary Teacher Training Programs approved by State Board of Education; 155
English; C89
Federal Advance Planning funds for Library-Classroom Bldg., Heating Plant; 98, 230
Finlandia Room; 61
Fund for the Advancement of Education; 41
General Maintenance Equipment; 126
General Science; C90
General Studies; 11
Geography; C89
Geology; C89
Gifts; 18, 49, 83, 116, 211, 259, 288
Glantz property purchase; 109
Heat & Gas; 126
Heating; 5
Humanities; C90, 11, 19
Information Dept. ; 126
Killam property condemnation; 31
Laboratory & Workshop Areas; 189
Library; 126
Library Bldg. ; 148, 186, 188, 190
Library-Classroom Bldg. ; 5, 142
Light & Power; 126
Luckey property purchase; 235
Mathematics; C90
Maxwell property condemnation; 106, 142
Mothers' Club; 211
Nationality Room; 30, 60
Parking problem; 190
Parking site & improvements; 149, 187, 188, 189
Personnel Adjustments; B24, P51, 57, 88, 135, 175, 222, 271
Philosophy; C90
Placement Service; 126
Portland Extension Center; 126
Portland Summer Session; 281
Property purchase; 64
Psychology; C90
Registrar's office; 126
Resolution for Federal Govt. for advance planning funds for Library, Classroom Bldgs., Heating facilities; 191
Resolution to Federal Govt. for advance planning funds for Library-Classroom Bldg. ; 5
Science-Mathematics; 11
Secondary education; 11
Sewer facilities; 61
Shattuck School acquisition; 189
Social Science; C91, 11
Sociology; C90
Speech; C91
Student Center; 4, 31, 59, 61, 92, 100, 107, 142, 154, 182, 190
Student Center bond resolution; 101
Summer Session fee; 9
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 43
Teacher Training programs approved by State Board of Education; 155
Telephone exchange; 126
Water; 126

Portland Women of Rotary; 47
Potlatch Forests Foundation, Inc. ; 252
President's Report; 12, 42, 74, 106, 154, 203, 248, 281
Progressive Business Women's Club; 17
Proposition No. 2 (Stock Referendum) ; 260
Public Relations Committee; 106, 203
Public Welfare Commission; 40

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Ralston Purina Co. ; 206
Red Raider Booster Club; 18, 288
Reedsport Union High School; 46
Republic Carloading & Distributing Co., Inc. ; 110
Research Corp. ; 16
Resolution, Central Heating Plant, EOC; 227
Resolution, Library, Classroom Bldgs., Heating facilities, PSC; 191, 230
Resolution, Physical Ed. Bldg., EOC; 228
Resolution, Physics-Chemistry Bldg., 2nd Unit, OSC; 62
Resolution, Sale of Building Bonds ($1,900,000 Issue) ; 76
Resolution, Sale of Building Bonds ($2,400,000 Issue) ; 179
Resolution, Science-Classroom Bldg., SOC; 238
Resolution supporting stock referendum; 260
Roberts, Gale M., Co. ; 90
Roosevelt High School Girls' League; 259
Roosevelt P.T.A. ; 83
Rosboro Lumber Co. ; 157, 283
Rose Laboratories; 115
Roseburg Art Assoc. ; 251
Roseburg Band Parents; 157
Rosenfeld, Rose, estate of; 257
Roseburg Rotary Ann Club; 251
Roseburg Senior High School Assoc. Student Body; 251, 253
Runyon, Damon, Memorial Fund; 256
Rushlight, A. G., & Co. ; 182

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Sacajawea Hotel; 116
St. Helens Branch of America Assoc. of University Women; 46
Salary Increases; 139, 153, 212
Salary ranges for academic staff; 152
Salem Soroptimist Club; 83
Scappoose High School Student Body; 260
Scappoose P.T.A. ; 259
Schaecher-Kux Lumber Co. ; 157, 283
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 112, 205, 252
Service fees, increase in estimated income; 39
Seventh Day Adventists, protests Sat. classes; 106
Shakespearean Festival, Ashland; 74, 107
Shell Fellowship Committee; 252
Shell Oil Co. ; 31, 117
Signal Corps Supply Agency; 284
Simplot, J.R., Co. ; 284
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation, Inc. ; 253
Smith, Barney, & Co. ; 76, 178
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories; 159
Society for the Preservation & Encouragement of Barber Shop Qaurtet Singing; 205
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 15, 253

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Art; C82
Arts Bldg. ; 189
Auditors fee; 9
Board rate increase; 10
Britt Estate; 155, 181
Budget; P1, P8, P19, P64, 69
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 119
Building fee; 9
Building program, biennial; 148, 186
Business office; 119
Byrd property purchase; 237
Campus & Grounds; 119
Campus boundaries extended; 8
Campus plan, long-range; 144, 195
Central Heating Plant; 148, 186, 187
Classroom Bldg. ; 189
College Union; 92, 93, 100, 107, 154, 181
Crosslin property purchase; 196
Curricular changes; C81
Dormitory; 189, 195
Dormitory, Men's; 97, 149, 187, 188, 280
Dormitory room charges; 10
Dunlap property purchase; 196
Education; C82
Edwards property purchase; 236
Experimental School Bldg. ; 189
Family housing; 195
Federal advance planning funds for Science-Classroom Bldg. ; 238
General Instruction; 119
Gifts; 18, 49, 288
Humanities; C82
Institutional Reserve; 119
Janitorial; 119
Library; 119
Misenhimer property purchase; 236
Name change to Southern Oregon College; 108, 161
Personnel adjustments; B20, P49, 24, 134, 174, 221, 270
Physical Ed. & Health Areas; 195
Physical Ed. Bldg. ; 3, 32, 59, 93, 107, 114
Registrar's office; 119
Science & Math; C84
Science-Classroom Bldg. ; 148, 186, 188, 195, 238, 279
Shakespearean Festival, Invitation to; 106
Social Science; C84
Student Union bond resolution; 101
Summer Session budget; 281
Summer Session fee; 9
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 44
Swink property purchase; 237
Teacher Placement; 119
Veterans Village Rental Reserve; 196
Visual Instruction Service; 119
Wilcox property purchase; 8
Wilcox property purchase; 144

Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railroad; 278
Staff fee waived; 9
Standard Oil Co. of Calif. ; 18, 117, 206
State assessments; P1, 69
State Assoc. of U of O Women; 110
State Board for Vocational Ed. ; 118
State Board of Ed., Joint meeting with State Board of Higher Ed. ; 155
State Board of Forestry, sale of land to by OSC; 194
State Bond Commission; 44, 75
State Civil Service Commission; 199
State Dept. of Agriculture; 80
State Dept. of Education; 108, 155
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 40, 77, 197, 199
State Dept. of Health; 109
State Emergency Board; P62, 65, 89, 139, 142, 153, 199, 212, 289
Stauffer Chemical Co. ; 286
Steeck Electric Co. ; 181
Stewart & Richardson, Architects; 96, 142, 192
Stock Referendum, resolution re; 260
Storer Broadcasting Co. ; 283
Stuart Mechanical Co. ; 181
Sugar Research Foundation, Inc. ; 47, 112, 285
Summer Session budget, 1957; 280
Summer Session contingency reserve, 1956; P1, P64, 69, 212
Summer Session contingency reserve, 1957; 281
Summer Session fee increase; 9
Summer Session Workshops, 1956; P1, 69
Sunshine Dairy; 260
Surplus property acquisitions by system; 43
Swede Basin Lumber Co. ; 45
Sweet Home B.P.O.E. #1972; 253

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Tektronix Foundation; 18, 49, 115, 117
Television Channel; 7, 241, 283
Texas Co. ; 18
The Dalles Alumni Assoc. ; 110
The Dalles Senior High School Girls' Athletic Assoc. ; 283
The Dalles Senior High School P.T.A. ; 259
Tobacco Industry Research Committee; 115
Triangle Lake P.T.A. ; 284
Tri-City P.T.A. ; 250
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 257
Tucker, Max, Scholarship Fund; 15, 79, 80, 250, 251

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Unification of administrative procedures of Medical & Dental Schools; 99
Union of Carbide & Carbon Corp. ; 114
Union Co. Division Oregon Education Assoc. ; 49
Union Junior Women's Club; 116
U.S. Aero Medical Research & Development Command; 82
U.S. Air Force; 287
U.S. Army Ordnance Corps; 158, 283
U.S. Army Signal Supply Agency; 256
U.S. Borax & Chemical Corp. ; 256
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 46
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 79, 109, 205
U.S. Dept. of Interior Fish & Wildlife Service; 213
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; 286
U.S. International Cooperation Administration; 251
U.S. Junior Old Timers Club #24; 160
U.S. National Bank of Portland; 15, 46, 76, 80, 117, 159, 253, 288
U.S. National Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization, Chancellor appointed to; 109

Chancellor elected chairman of; 248

U.S. Office of Education; 251
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 254, 257
U.S. Office of Surgeon General; 254, 256
U.S. Plywood Corp. ; 206
U.S. Public Health Service; 15, 17, 45, 82, 83, 112, 114, 160, 205, 209, 211, 255, 258, 284, 287
U.S. Quartermaster Corps; 254, 286
U.S. Rubber Co. ; 81
University of Massachusetts; 155

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administration & stores; 161
Anthropology; C6
Architectural design; 11
Architecture & Allied Arts Bldg. ; 28, 68, 88, 89
Architecture & Allied Arts School; C11, 122, 261, 290
Armory; 7, 224
Athletic Dept. ; 7
Athletic funds; 7
Auditors fee; 9
Biology; C7, 122
Board rate increases; 10
Budget; P1, P3, P18, P64, 69
Budget transfers to avoid overdrafts; 122, 161
Building program, biennial; 149, 186
Bureau of Municipal Research; 283
Business Administration; C13, 19
Cameron property purchase; 196
Catalog, courses offered thru extension & in summer session; C99
Chapman & Condon addition; 189
Chemistry; 122
Civil Service pay adjustments; 290
College of Liberal Arts, separated from Graduate School; 249
Commencement budget; 122
Condon & Chapman addition; 189
Co-op Store; 283
Curricular changes; C4
Davis property purchase; 63
Dental School (See Dental School)
Dormitory bond resolution; 101
Dormitory for men; 91, 92, 100, 107, 149, 154, 180, 187, 188
Dormitory room charges; 10
Dormitory (3rd) ; 189, 276
Economics; C7
Education Sc. ; C14
English Dept., study financed by Fund for Advancement of Education; 78
Failing, Henry, Fund; 111
Festival of Fine Arts; 261, 283
Fleming, Catherine Campbell, Student Loan Fund; 111
Foreign Languages; C8
General equipment; 161
Geography & Geology; C9
Gifts; 15, 45, 79, 110, 157, 205, 250, 283
Graduate School separated from College of Liberal Arts; 249
Health & Physical Ed. Sc. ; C14
Heat, Light, Power & Gas; 161, 163
Heating Plant addition; 146, 149, 186, 187
High Education Conference; 42
Institutional Operating Reserve; 19, 50, 84, 122
Johnson Hall addition; 149, 186, 187
Liberal Arts College; 6
Library addition; 189
Life Sciences Bldg. ; 189
Mathematics; C9
McFadgen property purchase; 276
McVay property purchase; 276
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Physical Ed. Bldg. Addition; 7, 186, 187, 189, 224
Military Bldg. ; 224
Morgensen property purchase; 29
Mothers Club; 110
Moxley property purchase; 277
Museum of Art; 261
Music Sc. ; C15
Personnel Adjustments; B1, P20, 20, 52, 86, 127, 166, 214, 262, 291
Philosophy; C10
Physical Ed. Bldg., Men's addition; 7, 149
Physical Ed. Extension; 50
Physical Ed. Sc. ; 122
Physical Plant; 51, 163
Physics; C10, 11
Political Science; 122
Psychology; C10, 10
Registrar's office; 50
Rifle Range; 224
R.O.T.C. Bldg. ; 7
Sidewalks & pavement along 18th St. ; 51
Smith property purchase; 147
Summer Session budget; 281
Summer Session fee; 9
Surplus equipment acquisitions; 43
Telephone budget; 84
Tennis Courts relocation; 147
Training Sc. salary budget; 261
Women's Physical Ed. Bldg., remodeling & addition; 189

Upjohn Co. ; 48, 159
Urban Renewal Administration; 79, 86, 283

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Van Petten Lumber Co. ; 116
Van Waters & Rogers, Inc. ; 110, 112
Veterans Administration, claims, final settlement of; 99, 204
Vierani Family Fund; 17, 159
Visitation of institutions by Board; 13

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Wade, R. M., Foundation; 46
Waldorf Astor Scholarship Fund; 252
Wall, Bartram & Sanford; 180
Warren Petroleum Co. ; 16
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for War Orphans, Inc. ; 15, 252
Washington Co. Realty Board; 15
Washington High Sc. Assoc. Students; 250, 252, 260
Watco Electric Co. ; 65
Ways & Means Committee of the 1955 Legislature; P62, 39, 40
Weber Showcase & Fixture Co. ; 65
Wenner-Gren Foundation; 283
West Coast Electronic Manufacturers' Assoc. ; 158
Western Electric Co. ; 158
Western Golf Assoc. ; 250
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education; P2, P17, P63, P64, 69, 108
Western Phosphates, Inc. ; 286
Westinghouse Educational Foundation; 80, 286
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. ; 117, 206, 251, 253, 285
Wheeler Co. Production & Marketing Administration Committee; 51
Wilbur-Ellis Co. ; 250
Willamette Iron & Steel; 117
Willis Plumbing & Heating; 180
Women's Architectural League of Oregon; 45, 205
Woodard, W. A., Foundation; 45
Wright Air Development Center; 254

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Yakima Indian Agency; 83, 116, 259
Yale University; 79

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