OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1957






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Admission policies at U of O & OSC; 302
Aero Club of Oregon; 306
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 67, 97, 146
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSC)
Agricultural Extension Service & Experiment Stations Committee; 139
Agricultural Research Foundation; 21, 68, 97, 145, 197, 266, 306, 309, 344
Air Force Aid Society, Gen. Henry H. Arnold Educational Fund of; 262
Albany Elks Lodge #359; 147
Albany Teachers' Assoc. ; 269
Alcoa Foundation; 343
Allegany P.T.A. ; 306
Allstate Insurance Co. ; 143
Alpha Kappa Alpha; 348
Alpha Phi Sorority, Portland Alumnae; 148, 199
ALWAC 3-E Electronic Computer; 63
American Assoc. for Advancement of Science; 261
American Assoc. of University Professors; 39, 61
American Business Women's Assoc., Emerald Empire Chapter; 262
American Business Women's Assoc., Oswego; 310
American Can Co. . ; 264
American Cancer Society, Inc. ; 147, 263
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 148, 267, 310
American Chemical Paint Co. ; 97, 145, 308, 344
American College of Dentists; 149, 340
American Cyanamid Co. ; 148, 344
American Heart Assoc., Inc. ; 99, 263
American-Marietta Co. ; 262
American Medical Assoc. ; 148
American Medical Education Foundation; 68
American Philosophical Assoc. ; 194
American Potash & Chemical Corp. ; 304
American Pulp & Paper Mill Superintendents, Pacific Coast Division; 144
American Society for Metals; 144
American Trust Co. ; 96, 306
Ami Kai Sorority; 269
Annand, Boone & Lei, Architects; 170, 175
Anonymous Donors; 100
Applegate P.T.A. ; 304
Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation; 198
Ashland Beta Sigma Phi; 150
Ashland, City of; 328
Ashland Elks Lodge #944; 349
Ashland High School P.T.A. ; 150
Ashland Lions Club; 150
Ashland Lumber Co. ; 348
Ashland Realty Board; 150
Ashland Rotary Club; 150, 349
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 150, 349
Asia Foundation; 65, 304, 342
Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. ; 262
Association of Governing Boards meeting; 140, 191, 228
Astoria Plywood Corp. ; 143
Athena Chamber of Commerce; 306
Attorney's fees in condemnation suits; 53
Autzen Foundation, The; 306, 342

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Baker B.P.O.E. ; 100
Baker Soroptimist International; 150, 269
Baroid Division, National Lead Co. ; 144
Basic Science Examining Committee Appointment; 200
Beane, Walter H., Scholarship Fund; 20, 306
Beaverton Elks Lodge #1989; 146
Bechtel Bros. ; 222, 223
Bechtel Corp. ; 195
Bend Community College; 137
Bend Elks Lodge; 306, 342
Benson High School Student Body; 349
Benson, Simon, Scholarship Fund; 349
Benton County Home Extension Unit; 96
Bessonette & Graff; 172, 173
Bethlehem Pacific Coast Steel; 119
Biological Humanics Foundation; 69, 198, 311
Blanchard Construction Co. ; 120
Board Committee Appointments; 61, 258, 338
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 22, 1957; 1
March 12, 1957; 39
April 23, 1957; 79
July 23, 1957; 170
September 10, 1957; 247
October 22, 1957; 289
December 10, 1957; 323

Board Meetings (Special):

June 19, 1957; 110
August 13, 1957; 213

Board's Rehabilitation & Land Purchase Reserve, 1957; 58, P84, 113, 123
Board's Reserve for added teaching positions; 123
Board's Reserve for emergencies; 123, 125, P1
Board's Reserve for special purposes; P1, P84
Boeing Airplane Co. ; 150, 344
Bohemia Lumber Co. ; 199
Bond Resolution, $1,100,000 issue; 128
Bonds, Building, Series 1957A, $1,100,000 issue; 213
Bonneville Power Administration, easement to; 352
Borden Co. Foundation, Inc. ; 96, 195
Boston Insurance Co. Foundation; 306
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating of Oregon; 331
Britt Scholarship Memorial; 349
Brookings-Harbor Lions Club; 307
Brookings-Harbour P.T.A. ; 342
Brookings Rotary Club; 307
Buchanan Co. ; 171
Budget, 1957-58; P1, P82, 122
Building Bonds, $1,100,000 issue, sale of; 213
Building Committee; 1, 39, 79, 111, 170, 247, 289, 323
Building Program, Biennial, 1957-1959; 111
Building Program, preliminary planning; 93, 339
Bunker Hill P.T.A. ; 348
Burns, Bear, McNeil & Schneider, Architects; 45, 81, 120, 251, 252, 324, 350, 351
Burns Elks Lodge; 304

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California 4-H Club Scholarship Fund; 307
California Pacific Utilities Co. ; 23
Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Co. ; 68, 145
Cardiovascular Research, chair in; 52, 69
Carnegie Foundation; 340
Cascade Contractors; 331
Central Oregon Community College music fee; 5
Centralized Activities budget; P1, P12, P84, 123
Centralized Activities personnel adjustments; B59, P73, 162
Chancellor's Report; 15, 94, 140, 191, 259, 302, 339
Chekhov Publishing Co. ; 263, 305
Chi Omega, Portland Alumnae; 99
Climax Molybdenum Co. ; 345
Christian Youth Fellowship; 304
Church, Newberry, Roehr & Schuette; 40, 41, 177, 224, 253
Civil Service pay adjustments; 200
Clark Charitable Trust; 95
Coburg High School Student Body; 307, 342
Collins Pine Co. ; 101
Collins Radio Co. ; 343
Commencement Representatives; 94, 200
Commission on Rights, Liberties & Responsibilities of American Indian; 261
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 61, 258, 301, 338
Community Colleges, establishment of; 137
Community Television, Inc. ; 51
Comptroller's office budget; 353
Condemnation procedures; 337
Confederated Tribes, Umatilla Reservation; 307
Confederated Tribes, Warm Springs Reservation; 70, 96, 307, 348
Consolidated Freightways, Inc. ; 304, 312
Coos Bay Active Club; 343
Coos Bay Area Zonta Club; 70
Coos Bay Kiwanis Club; 150
Coos Bay Soroptimist Club; 349
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield; 66
Corvallis Chapter of Women of the Moose; 310
Corvallis Elks Lodge; 306
Cottage Grove Union High School; 304
Council on Economic & Cultural Affairs; 263
Creswell P.T.A. ; 307
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 194, 199, 263, 305, 312, 342, 348
Culture Club; 348
Curricular Adjustments, 1957-58; 14
Curricular Committee; 12, 51, 137

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Dairy Products Marketing Assoc. ; 263
Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War; 312
Davidson Industries, Inc. ; 343
Dayton, P.T.A. ; 343
Delta Delta Delta Sorority; 304
Delta Kappa Gamma, Pendleton; 150
Dental Advisory Council; 54

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Administrative relationship to U of O; 54
Alumni Assoc. ; 269
Alumni Dept. ; 73
Animal quarters improvement; 336
Biochemistry; 155
Budget; P1, P4, P19, P84, 122
Budget transfer to prevent overdrafts; 155, 202
Building, rental of; 7
Building, sale of; 102, 313, 336
Business office; 155
Campus & grounds; 73
Child Study clinic; 155, 202
Civil Service pay adjustments; 272, 274
Clinical Supervisor's office; 156
Commencement; 94
Crown & Bridge clinic; 156
Curricular adjustments; C69
Delivery service; 73
Dental Clinics; P2, P13, 123, 156
Dental Hygiene; 202
Dental Materials; 155
Equipment, reimbursement of state general fund for; 298, 336
Exodontia clinic; 156
General Education; 155
General fund, state, reimbursement for expenditures for equip. ; 298, 336
Gifts; 70, 149, 199, 269, 311
Gross Anatomy & Histology; 202
Ground floor, completion of for storage purposes; 336
Heat & gas; 73
House Bill 710--Relationship to U of O; 54
Illustrations; 155
Incidental fee; 5
Janitorial; 73, 202
Kits, student operative, fee for repair & replacement; 5
Lighting S.W. Campus Drive; 270
Master's Degree in basic sciences; C73, 14
Master's Degree in Pedodontics; C75
Operative Dental clinic; 156
Operative Dentistry; 155, 202
Oral Diagnosis; 155
Oral Pathology; 155
Orthodontia; 155
Pedodontia; 155
Periodontia; 155
Personnel Adjustments; B12, P32, 33, 161, 209, 284, 321
Pharmacology; 155
Postgraduate Instruction fee; 5
Principles of Medicine; 155
Prosthesis clinic; 156
Research; 202
Sale of old Dental School building; 298, 313, 336
Storage area, ground floor; 336
Telephone Exchange; 202
Tissue preparation laboratory; 155, 202
Water; 73
X-Ray Clinic; 56

Dimitre Electric; 50
Donner Foundation; 44, 94, 227
Dormitory rates increase; 190
Dow Chemical Co. ; 67, 195
Dunbar, Saidie Orr, nursing education fund; 310
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E.I. ; 195, 262
Dwyer Lumber Co. ; 150

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East Linn Teachers Assoc. ; 348

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Ackerman Training School, replacement of high voltage line; 179
Administration Building, replacement of vault & transformer; 113, 179
Aycock property purchase; 352
Baltegore property purchase; 86
Baltezore property purchase; 115
Blacker property purchase; 179, 181
Budget; P1, P9, P20, P84, 123
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 153
Building repair; 153
Campus & grounds budget; 153
Campus boundaries extended; 86
Central Heating Plant; 111, 113, 220
Central Heating Plant, final plans, Federal funds for; 3
Civil Service pay adjustments; 275
Commencement; 94
Curricular adjustments; C89
Dormitory & Cafeteria; 59, 80, 127, 214, 218, 220, 233
Dormitory bond resolution; 128
Enrollment; 17
Gifts; 23, 70, 100, 150, 199, 269, 312, 348
Institutional reserve; 153
Land acquisition account; 27
Library Building addition for boilers; 113
Moving houses; 115
Nelson property purchase; 86
Personnel adjustments; B51, P62, 161, 211, 285
Physical Education Building; 48, 111, 114, 220, 221
Project No. Ore. 35-CH-18 (DS) ; 229
Rehabilitation projects; 113, 179
Resolution from Union County Pomona Grange on courses in agriculture, lumbering & mining; 301
Resolution to Federal government for loan, Dormitory; 59
Stiles property purchase; 2
Student health service balances; 115
Summer session budget; 335
Vault & transformer replacement, Administration Building; 113
White property purchase; 329
Wilson property purchase; 295
Winn property purchase; 48

Eastern Star, Grand Chapter of Oregon; 195, 262, 269, 349
Eddy Bakeries; 150
Edison P.T.A. ; 312
Educational Television & Radio Center; 65, 93
Election of Officers; 193
Electric Steel Foundry; 150, 307
Electronic Service; 173, 333
Elgin P.T.A. ; 312
Elks National Foundation; 343
Elmira High School P.T.A. ; 304
Elmira Union High School; 65
Emerald Empire Roundup Assoc., Inc. ; 261
Englewood P.T.A. ; 348
Enrollment; 17, 303
Enterprise Lions Club; 312
Ethyl Corp. ; 345
Eugene City Council; 135, 352
Eugene City Panhellenic; 342
Eugene High School; 134
Eugene High School P.T.A. ; 304
Eugene-Lane County Assoc. of Insurance Agents; 19
Eugene Rotary International; 95, 305
Eugene School District 504-C; 134
Eugene Teachers' Assoc. ; 194
Eugene Water & Electric Board; 135, 352
Executive Committee; 102

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Fairburn Marine Educational Foundation; 143, 146, 348
Family Finance, National Committee for Education in; 65
Fanning Chevrolet Co. ; 349
Federal Communications Commission; 49, 103
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSC)
Federal government planning funds; 3, 48
Federal government, resolution to for Advance planning funds for Classroom Building &

Central Heating Plant, PSC; 174
Advance planning funds for General Arts Building, OCE; 176
Advance planning funds for Science Classroom Building, SOC; 84
Advance planning funds for Physics-Chemistry Building, OSC; 82
Resolution for loan, Dormitory, EOC; 59
Resolution for loan, Dormitory, SOC; 59

Federal Housing Administration; 58
Federal Scholarship; 260
Fee increase, summer session; 334
Finance Committee; 5, 53, 122, 188, 253, 298, 334
First National Bank of Portland; 150
First National City Bank of New York; 20
Fischer, C.H. & Associates; 103
Fish Commission of Oregon; 20
Ford Foundation; 93, 261, 306
Forest Protection & Conservation Committee; 146, 168
Fought & Co. ; 119
Foundation for American Resource Management; 197
Foundation for Charity; 100
Franklin High School Assoc. ; 65, 304, 312
Franklin High School Dads' Club; 304, 312
Franklin High School Associated Girl Students; 307
Fasch, Herman, Foundation; 66
Freeman, Hayslip, Tuft & Hewlett, Architects; 80, 114, 213, 221, 222, 223
Freightliner Corp. of Portland; 44
French, T.R., Co. ; 67
Friendly Rosenthal Foundation; 99, 347
Fulop, Adrienne S., estate of; 266
Fund for Advancement of Education; 102, 195

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Gardena Hay Growers Assoc. ; 145
Gardiner, Thora B, Jr. High School P.T.A. ; 307
Giegy Agricultural Chemicals; 264
General Electric Co. ; 94
General Electric Co. Engineering Alumni; 63
General Electric Educational & Charitable Fund; 96
General Electric Division:

Administration Building acceptance; 120
Alcohol Studies Dept. ; 286
Aviation Education Workshop; 150
Bend Community College courses to be reviewed by; 138
Budget; P1, P11, P84, 123
Budget transfer to avoid overdrafts; 152, 154
Building, completion second floor; 1, 39, 79
Building construction; 155
Building planning; 203
Conservation & Outdoor Education Workshop; 101
Contract payments, Building; 155
Curricular adjustments; C117
Dean's office; 155
Economics Education Workshop; 101, 150
Federal Social Security assessment; 155
Gifts; 101, 150, 199, 269
Great Decisions Program; 73
Institute of International Affairs; 152
Overrealized student fee income, use of for teaching costs; 90
Personnel Adjustments; B57, P71, 162, 212, 286, 322, 356
Physical Plant operation & Maintenance; 73
Portland Evening Classes enrollment; 90
Salary adjustments; 313
State Retirement assessment; 155
Visual instructions; 152, 155

General Foods Corp. ; 269
General Mills, Inc. ; 343
General Motor Corp. ; 342
General Obligation Bond Law, amendment to; 88, 299
General Obligation Bonds, sale of $1,100,000 issue; 213
General Obligation Bonds, sale of for men's dormitory, SOC; 41, 172, 177
General Petroleum Corp. ; 143
Georgia-Pacific Plywood Co. ; 150
Gift & Grant report; 259
Gilbert School Scholarship; 304, 349
Girls Polytechnic High School; 304
Glutamate Manufacturers Technical Committee; 345
Goldfarb Scholarship; 95
Governor, request approval for use of added student fee income OCE & GED; 90
Graff & James; 224, 334
Grande Ronde Grain Co. ; 150
Grande Ronde Symphony Assoc. ; 312
Grant High School Dads' Club; 65, 343
Grants Pass Gladiolas Show & Festival Commission; 307
Grants Pass High School Dads' Club; 307
Grants Pass Public Schools; 65
Gresham Community Theatre; 312
Gresham Elks Lodge; 349
Gresham Union High School; 304
Griffin, M F, estate of; 347

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Hall, M W Prince, Grad Lodge of Washington; 312
Hammond, Ross B., Co. ; 50
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Trust Fund; 312
Hardie, Waldo S & Son; 220
Harpham, Mr. & Mrs. Everett; 342
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. ; 304, 342
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd. ; 343
Hawley, Ida B., estate of; 142
Heaton Steel & Supply; 307
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 147, 304
Heppner Soroptimist International; 308
Hermiston High School Student Body; 23
Highway Right of Way study; 354
Home Economics in Education; 307
Hood River Traffic Assoc. ; 197
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 3, 42, 48, 58, 83, 85, 129, 175, 176, 181, 213, 214, 229, 254, 255, 325
Human Rights Day Proclamation; 338
Hume, R. D., Co. & Macleay Enterprises; 143

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Independence Women's Club; 149
Inland Radio, Inc. ; 100
Institute of International Education; 95, 142
Institutional Surplus Property Representatives; 24
Instructional costs, System; 53
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 5
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 5
Interinstitutional fee schedule, revised by 1957 Legislature; 92
International Cooperation Administration; 159, 305
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union--Pacific Maritime Assoc. Welfare Fund; 149
Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants; 143
Investments Report; 256
Ione-Plaza Apts., lease of for PSC; 56
Isaacson Iron Works; 119

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Jackson County; 197
Jackson County Young Farmers; 343
Jacobs, Ralph & Adolph, Foundation; 142, 144
Jewel House; 312
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Eugene; 305, 307, 312
John Day Elks Lodge #1824; 194
Johnson J.O., Co. ; 120
Johnson, Mead & Co. ; 21
Joint Means & Ways Committee, 1957 Legislature; 111, 123
Jones, Harold R., Inc. ; 343
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 262
Junction City P.T.A. ; 304
Junction City Teachers Assoc. ; 348
Junior Service League; 343

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Kappa Pi; 96
Kellogg, W. K., Foundation; 19
Kennell-Ellis Studios; 65, 304
Kerns Co. of Oregon, Ltd. ; 65, 343
Klamath County Chamber of Commerce; 346
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 343
Klamath Falls Elks Lodge; 98
Klamath Union High School Parents & Patrons Club; 144
KOAC, Institutional Announcements over; 93
Kuckenberg, Henry, Properties, Inc. ; 102

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Laazion Auxiliary Unit #17; 343
La Grande Beta Sigma Phi City Council; 70
La Grande Delta Kappa Gamma; 312
La Grande Elks Lodge; 312
La Grande Rotary Club; 100
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 199
Lake County Elementary Tuition Scholarship Fund; 100
Lakeview Logging Co. ; 349
Land purchase procedures; 337
Land purchases & plant rehabilitation fund; 178, 300
Lane County "B" League; 342
Lawerence, Tucker & Wallman, Architects; 44, 50, 119, 174, 225, 227
Lebanon Elks Lodge; 306
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 95
Lebanon Union High School; 195
Legislature--1957:

Appreciation for support of higher education; 139
House Bill 60--Appropriation of $7,000,000 for new buildings; 111
House Bill 451--Appropriation of $100,000 for books, etc., PSC; 54
House Bill 457--Expansion course offerings & degrees, PSC; 52
House Bill 505--Attorney's fees in condemnation suits; 53
House Bill 594--Community Colleges; 137
House Bill 710--Dental School; 54
Proposed request for appropriation for building planning; 93
Resolution to re millwork activities in System; 91
Resolution to supporting Board's building program; 87
Senate Bill 369--Employment of teaching staff over 65 years of age; 54
Special Session; 259

Lewis--Riffel, Inc. ; 119
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 69, 196
Liles, Floy N., estate of; 189
Lily-Tulip Cup Corp. ; 68
Lincoln School P.T.A. ; 150
Loan agreement with Housing & Home Finance Agency; 214, 230
Longview Fibre Co. ; 307
Lorane Public Schools; 195
Lord Bros., Contractors; 220, 223
Lord Electric Co. ; 225
Losli Sheet Metal Works; 224

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Malheur County Legume Seed Growers; 96
Malheur County Teachers Assoc. ; 96
Mapleton High School Alumni Assoc. ; 304
Mapleton Lions Club; 304, 307, 342, 343
Marine Biology--Summer training program for teachers of collegiate biology; 16
Marion-Polk County Medical Society, Women's Auxiliary; 147
Markle, John & Mary R., Foundation; 98
Marshfield Hi Y Club; 195
Marshfield Junior High School Band; 194
Mathews, David P., estate of; 66
Mathieson, Olin, Chemical Corp. ; 308
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc. ; 331
McDowell-Catt Foundation, Inc. ; 266
McGaw Scholarship, Grant High School; 342
McLaughlin Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 224
McMinnville Elks Lodge #1283; 146
McMinnville High School Associated Student Body; 194
McMinnville Junior High School; 194
McMinnville Lions Club; 96
Medford Altrusa International; 349
Medford Mail Tribune; 349
Medford Senior High School Student Assoc. ; 96
Medford Zonta Club; 349
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon, Inc. ; 21, 70, 266

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Addition to Hospital for X-Ray Therapy Unit; 44, 94
Administration Building alterations; 180
Alumni Assoc. ; 99, 148, 311
Animal Dept. ; 157
Bacteriology; 157, 202
Bellinger, Grover C., Clinical Fellowship; 148
Biochemistry; 157, 202
Biochemistry Dept., fume hood duct replacement; 113, 180
Budget; P1, P5, P19, P84, 122
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 152, 156, 157, 201
Business office; 152, 157, 202
Campus & grounds; 202
Campus boundaries extended; 294
Centralized accounting unit; 330
Chair in Cardiovascular research; 52, 69
Child Guidance program; P15
Children's Eye Clinic; 147
Civil Service pay adjustments; 273, 274
Clinic Operating Reserve; 270
Commencement; 94
Congenital Heart Research budget; 271
Crippled Children's Division; P2, P16, P83, P84, 123, 126, 201
Crippled Children's Division Building; 327
Curricular Adjustments; C67
Delivery Service; 157, 202
Doernbecher Hospital budget; 123
Fitzgibbon, Dr. John H., memorial fund; 310
Fume hood duct, Biochemistry Dept. ; 113, 180
Gifts; 21, 68, 98, 146, 198, 266, 310, 347
Heating plant; 157
Hill-Burton funds for X-Ray unit; 227
Hospital charges, revision of; 137
Institutional Operating Reserve; 154
Instructor in Dental & Oral medicine; 270
Jacobs, W.R., Memorial Fund in Ophthalmology; 68, 69, 98, 100
Library Building, completing room in for stack space; 180, 330
Light & power; 202
Lighting S.W. Campus Drive; 270
Medical & surgical fees, balances to be used for research equipment; 204
Medical illustration; 202
Medical Research Building; 45
Medical Science Building alterations; 180
Neurology; 202
Nurses Dormitory; 327
Obstetrics & Gynecology; 157, 202
Outpatient Clinic budget; P14
Outpatient Clinic Remodeling, acceptance; 120
Personnel Adjustments; B15, P35, 31, 77, 108, 161, 208, 283, 320, 356
Pharmacology Dept. ; 72, 157, 202
Physical Plant Building, extension of for tabulating equipment; 179, 327, 330
Pohl Memorial Scholarship Fund; 23
Publications; 202
Radiology; 202
Rehabilitation Projects, 1957-58; 113, 180
State T.B. Hospital; 327
Steam Distribution lines; 327
Sundry clinical instruction; 202
Superintendent's office; 157
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics; P2, P14, P83, P84, 123, 201
Telephone Exchange; 72
Urology; 202
Utility line extension; 111, 327
Van de Graaff X-Ray therapy unit; 44, 94, 227
X-Ray therapy unit, building for; 44, 94, 227

Menasha Sales Corp. ; 65, 304
Merck & Co., Inc. ; 309, 347
Midgley's 56
Midland National Life Insurance Co. ; 307
Millwork done by physical plant shops of System; 91
Milner Crest P.T.A. ; 348
Milton-Freewater Beta Sigma Phi; 312
Milton-Freewater PEO Sisterhood; 312
Milwaukie Union High School; 307
Milner, Frank, estate of; 148
Mink Farmers' Research Foundation; 266
Modern Plumbing & Sheet Metal Co. ; 173, 332, 334
Moderne Studio & Camera Shop; 65
Monmouth Chamber of Commerce; 348
Monmouth Civic Club; 149
Monmouth-Independence School District #1; 307
Monsanto Chemical Co. ; 67, 195
Montana State College; 191
Morris, L.H., Electric Co. ; 171
Morrow County School District #1; 307
Mt. Emily Lumber Co. ; 199
Mu Phi Epsilon Alumnae Chapter; 19, 142
Mu Phi Epsilon Patronesses Assoc. ; 19, 304
Multnomah County Medical Society Women's Auxiliary; 98
Musicians' Mutual Assoc. ; 194
Myrtle Creek Classroom Teachers' Assoc. ; 308
Myrtle Creek P.T.A. ; 307
Myrtle Point Union High School P.T.A. ; 262

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National Academy of Sciences; 195
National Assoc. of Secondary School Principals; 343
National Committee of Education in Family Finance; 65
National Council for Stream Improvement; 66, 68, 98, 265
National Council to Combat Blindness; 148
National Educational Television Radio Center; 191
National Fund for Medical Education; 68
National Merit Scholarship Corp. ; 342
National Multiple Sclerosis Society; 22
National Plant Food Institute; 262
National Research Council; 196
National Science Foundation; 16, 19, 20, 63, 65, 67, 100, 140, 144, 194, 196, 261, 265, 269,

305, 306, 343, 346

National Teen-age Road-e-o; 304
Neah-Kah-Nie Union High School; 342
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc. ; 198
Nicholai-Neppach; 56
Nonresident admission practices, U of O & OSC; 302
Nonresident students, admission of; 13
North Bayside Grange; 308
North Bend High School Associated Student Body; 304, 349
North Salem High School; 307
Northwest Association Accreditation; 71
Northwest Association of Secondary & Higher Schools; 138
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc. ; 307
Northwest Washington Fur Breeders Assoc. ; 346
Nu Delta Christian Club; 304
Nutrilite Foundation; 96, 307
Nutrition Foundation, Inc. ; 263, 310

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Oakland High School P.T.A. ; 195
Oakridge P.T.A. ; 342
Olsen , J. O., Mfg., Co. ; 56
Omark Industries, Inc. ; 313
Ontario Elks Lodge; 146
Oregon Association of Real Estate Boards; 194
Oregon Bulb, Florist & Nursery Council; 68
Oregon Chapter Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation; 21
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 146, 343
Oregon City P.T.A. ; 304

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Administration & Stores; 203
Administration Building Repairs; 179
Budget; P1, P7, P20, P84, 122
Budget transfer to prevent overdrafts; 105, 203
Campbell Hall repairs; 179
Civil Service pay adjustments; 274
Classroom TV Experiment budget; 271
Classrooms, construction of, Monmouth Elementary School; 45, 323
Commencement; 94, 203
Curricular adjustments; C79
Dad's Club; 100
Elementary Training School repairs; 179
Enrollment; 17
General Arts Building; 111, 175, 255, 291, 331
General Arts Building preliminary plans, Federal funds for; 3, 176
General instruction; 203
General student welfare; 203
Gifts; 70, 100, 149, 269, 312, 348
Heating Service; 105
Independence Training School; 4, 45, 323
In-Service Teacher Education; 105
Lofte property purchase; 255
Miscellaneous gifts; 269
Monmouth Elementary School; 46
Music instructor, additional; 90
Overrealized student fee income, use of for teaching costs; 90
Personnel adjustments; B45, P57, 33, 108, 210, 284, 321
Pooled Endowment Fund Loan; 255
Publications; 203
Rehabilitation projects, 1957-58; 179
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds for General Arts Building; 176
Sedivey property purchase; 255
Smith Apts., relocation; 255
Summer session, 1956, budget; 203
Summer session, 1958, budget; 335
Training Schools; 105, 203
Western Oregon Speech & Hearing Center; 203
Wiens property purchase; 227, 255

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers; 23, 65, 70, 142, 144, 149, 199, 262, 342, 343, 348
Oregon Dairy Products Commission; 197
Oregon Education Assoc., Lane Co. Division; 307
Oregon Essential Oil Growers' League; 96, 144, 264
Oregon Farm Bureau Federation; 96
Oregon Feed & Seed Dealers Assoc. ; 96
Oregon Filbert Commission; 98, 197
Oregon Forest Products Laboratory; 163
Oregon Forest Research Center; 319
Oregon Heart Association; 52, 69, 144, 147, 266, 310
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 308
Oregon Opthalmological Alumni Assoc. ; 68
Oregon Potato Commission; 196, 262
Oregon Pulp & Paper Co. ; 56
Oregon Saw Chain Corp. ; 150
Oregon Society for Crippled Children & Adults, Inc. ; 22

OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Acacia fraternity property purchase; 331
Agricultural & Biological Science Building; 350
Agricultural Chemistry; 72
Agricultural Chemistry, Experiment Station Dept. ; 71
Agricultural Economics; 72, 154
Agricultural Engineering; 153
Agricultural Experiment Station Botany & Plant Pathology; 72
Agricultural Experiment Station & Forest Experiment Station, coordination of administration; 139, 163
Agricultural Experiment Station budget; 72
Agricultural Experiment Station, purchase of lands for; 42
Agricultural Marketing Service; 103
Agricultural Research budget, P2, P17, 123, 201
Agricultural Research Service Building, funds; 270
Agriculture Hall remodeling; 113, 179
Agriculture School; 63
Air Force ROTC; 16
Animal Husbandry; 72
Application for Federal funds for Men's Dormitory #3; 255
Application for Federal funds for Women's Dormitory #1; 254
Bacteriology; 26, 72
Beaty property purchase; 294
Benton Hall remodeling; 180
Bonneville Power Administration easement; 352
Botany; 314
Botany & Plant Pathology; 26, 72, 153
Budget; P1, P6, P20, P84, 122
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 104, 152, 154
Business & Technology; C66, 314
Camp Adair Incinerator; 186
Cauthorn Hall; 351
Century Club; 143
Chemistry; 314
Civil Service pay adjustments; 273, 274
Class of 1957; 263
Clothing & Textiles; 152
Coliseum, remodeling room for TV studio; 113, 179
Commencement; 94
Cordley Hall; 253, 350
Corvallis School District proposal to purchase part of South Farm; 42
Counseling & Testing Center; 152
Counseling Residence Halls; 313
County extension work budgets; 154
Curricular adjustments; C28
Curriculum in Mechanical Technology in Agriculture; C66
Dairy & Animal Husbandry Dept. ; 126
Dean of Engineering; 104
Dean of Men; 152
Dean of Women; 71
Director's Reserve; 154
Douglas County Home Extension Service; 143
Eastern Oregon Branch Experiment Station budget; 71
Engineering; 314
Enrollment; 17, 314
Entomology; 72, 153
Family Life, Dept. of; 103
Farm Crops; 72, 152, 153
Farm lands purchase; 42
Federal Cooperative Extension Service budget; P2, P18, P83, P84, 123, 201, 353
Federal Marketing Research Funds; 26
Federal Social Security Assessments; 154
Field Laboratory & Storage Building; 226
Fish & Game Management; 71
Food Technology; 72, 103
Forest Experiment Station Consolidated with Agricultural Experiment Station; 139, 163, 165, 167
Forest Research Division of Agricultural Experiment Station; 139, 163, 167
Forestry; 26, 73, 314
Forestry research transferred to Agricultural Experiment Station; 126, 139
Foundation; 20, 21, 65, 96, 305, 307, 308, 342, 344, 348
Geology; 314
Gifts; 20, 65, 96, 143, 195, 262, 306, 343
Gorse research; 152
Greenhouse, controlled temperature tanks; 26
Home Economics research; 72
Horse Farm maintenance Dept. ; 271
Horticulture; 26, 72
Hyslop Agronomy farm; 226, 271
Incinerator; 186
Industrial Building remodeling; 180
Institutional reserve; 152
Kasestart University; 159
KOAC budget; 271
Kroll, W. J., Metallurgical Collection; 144
Laboratory, field & storage building; 226, 271
Library; 314
Lower Division; 314
Lower Willamette Valley Branch Experiment Station; 122
Mathematics Dept. ; 63, 71, 152, 314
Memorial Union Board of Governors; 61
Men's Dormitories, Acceptance; 350
Men's Dormitories, Inspection; 253
Men's Dormitory #3; 252, 255
Mid-Columbia Branch Station; 26
Mothers Club, Grants Pass; 96
Mothers Club, Klamath Falls; 195
Mothers Club, Portland; 144, 262
Mothers Club, Roseburg; 262
Oak Creek Bridge construction; 272
Organizational Pattern for Agricultural Experiment Station; 169
Pendleton Branch Experiment Station; 153
Personnel coordinator budget; 152
Physical Education for men; 314
Physical Education for women; 314
Physical Plant offices & stores; 180
Physics-Chemistry Building, 1st Unit; 111, 250
Physics-Chemistry Building, 2nd & 3rd Units; 81
Physics-Chemistry Building, USPHS grant for; 81, 250, 256
Physics Dept. ; 104
Poling Hall; 351
Political Sciences Dept. ; 304
Publications office; 72
Rehabilitation Projects, 1957-58; 113, 179
Research Service operations; 72
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning, Physics-Chemistry Building; 62
Resolution to Federal government for incinerator; 187
Salary increases, reserve for academic; 282
Scabbard & Blade; 65
Science Research Institute; 104, 251, 256
Seafoods Laboratory; 20
Soils; 72
South Farm; 42
South Farm Poultry House; 271
South Santiam Education & Research Project; 305, 308
Squaw Butte-Harney Branch Experiment Station; 105
Statistical Service; 72
Stegmuller, property purchase; 43
Summer session budget; 335
Swan property purchase; 295
Telephone exchange; 104
Television budget; 102
Television studio, room for in Coliseum; 113
Television tower; 103
Television tower to be located on Vineyard Hill; 49
Television transmitting & studio equipment; 103
30 Staters Club; 144
U.S. Air Force flight training program; 16
Utility Tunnel Extension; 111, 253, 325
Utility Tunnel System acceptance; 350
Waldo Hall Club; 143
West Lane County Branch Agricultural Extension service office; 270
Wheat Industry Conference; 154
Women's Dormitory #1; 251, 254, 324
Wool Laboratory; 271
Yates property purchase; 295

Oregon State Elks Assoc. ; 65, 95, 99, 100, 266, 305
Oregon State Employees Assoc. ; 39
Oregon State Fur Breeders Assoc. ; 20, 97
Oregon State Labor Council Resolution; 258
Oregon State Tax Commission; 264
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 148
Overrealized student fee income, release of for added teaching costs, OCE, General Extension Division; 90

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Pacific Gas & Electric Co. ; 68
Pacific Intermountain Express Co. ; 142
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 146, 266
Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 63, 66, 150
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph; 101
Patterson, M. F., Dental Supply Co. ; 70
Payne Fund, The; 307
Pendleton Assoc. of Teachers; 150
Pendleton Rotary Club; 312, 344
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Co. ; 145
Pennsylvania State University; 140
Petersen, A. V., Co. ; 188, 225
Pfizer, Charles & Co., Inc. ; 145
Phi Beta Patronesses; 19, 95, 305
Phillips Petroleum Co. ; 67
Physicians Optical Service; 147
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. ; 69
Plumbing & Heating Engineering, Co. ; 225
Port Orford P.T.A. ; 262, 305
Portland Academy of Medicine; 22
Portland Active International; 65
Portland Centralized Tabulating Service; 179
Portland Chapter Izaak Walton League; 199
Portland, City of; 58
Portland City Panhellenic; 342
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 147
Portland Gas & Coke Co., gift; 101
Portland General Electric Co. ; 101, 270
Portland PEO, Oregon State Chapter; 349
Portland Peridontic Study Club; 149
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 65, 142, 342

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Accreditation; 260
Administrative Offices, lease of space in Ione-Plaza; 57
Alumni Assoc. ; 349
Appropriation of $100,000 for books, etc. ; 54
Arts Dept. ; 314
Auditorium renovation, Old Main; 179
Bills property purchase; 352
Bookstore, Cooperative, in Student Center; 292
Boyle property purchase; 293
Bridge between Library & Classroom Building; 292
Budget; P1, P10, P84, 213
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 153
Building planning; 203
Business office; 154
Central Heating Plant; 111, 173
Chemistry; 314
Civil Service pay adjustments; 275
Classroom Building acceptance; 275
Classroom Building, 2nd Unit; 7, 48, 83, 111, 173
Clerical exchange; 154
Commencement; 94
Condemnation of property; 7
Curricular adjustments; C105
Easement to Park Apts. ; 188
Enrollment; 17, 314
Expansion of courses & degrees by Legislative action; 52
Foreign Languages; 314
General maintenance & equipment; 154
Gifts; 23, 100, 151, 269, 312, 349
Heat; 154
Heating Plant; 48, 83
House Bill 451--Appropriation of $100,000 for books, etc. ; 54
House Bill 457--Expansion of courses, degrees; 52
Information Dept. ; 154
Ione Plaza Apts., lease of for administrative offices; 57
Library; 154
Library Building; 83, 111, 174, 247, 292
Light & Power; 154
Mears property purchase; 293
Mothers' Club; 269
Music Practice room fee; 5
Outside rentals; 154
Park Apts., easement to; 188
Pedestrian bridge between Library & Classroom Building; 292
Personnel Adjustments; B53, P65, 33, 78, 162, 212, 285, 322
Physical Plant Shops; 58
Placement Service; 154
President's office; 154
Registrar's office; 154
Rehabilitation projects, 1957-58; 179
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds for Classroom Building & Central Heating

Plant; 174

Salary increases, reserve for academic; 286
Science Division; 154
Secondary Education program accredited; 260
Social Science Division; 154
Social Studies, upper division courses in; 14
State Hall; 50
State Hall, S.E. Unit; 225
State Hall, S.E. Unit, Structural Steel; 119
Student Body; 349
Student Center, bookstore in; 292
Student Center Building, easement to Park Apts. ; 188
Summer session budget; 335
Telephone exchange; 154
Vlahos property purchase; 328
Warehouse facilities; 58

Portland Women of Elks, Lodge; 99, 142, 147
Portland Women of Rotary; 99
Potlatch Forests Foundation, Inc. ; 307
President's Report; 15, 61, 94, 139, 191, 258, 300, 338
Prineville Chapter Izaak Walton League; 199
Prineville Elks Lodge #1814; 146
Professional Engineers of Oregon, Auxiliary to; 307
Property purchase procedures; 337
Public Relations Committee; 93
Puget Sound Sportswriters; 305

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Radio Corp. of America; 103
Ralston Purina Co. ; 262
Red Raider Booster Club; 349
Refrigeration Research Foundation, Inc. ; 307
Rehabilitation Projects, 1957-58; 112, 178
Republic Carloading & Distributing Co., Inc. ; 142
Research Corp. ; 95, 343
ROTC Physical Facilities denied funds by U.S. Congress; 260
Resident Students, admission of; 13
Resolution, condemnation property, SOC; 183, 185
Resolution from Oregon State Labor Council; 258
Resolution from Union County Pomona Grange on courses at EOC; 301
Resolution on resignation of Herman Oliver; 300
Resolution, $1,100,000 bond issue; 128
Resolution, Science-Classroom Building, SOC; 84
Resolution, State Bond Commission, temporary purchase of $1,100,000 bond issue; 215
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds for Classroom Building &

Central Heating Plant, PSC; 174

Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds for General Arts Building, OCE; 176
Resolution to Federal government for advance planning funds for Physics-Chemistry Building, OSC; 187
Resolution to Federal government for Incinerator, OSC; 187
Resolution to Federal government for loan, Dormitory, EOC; 59
Resolution to Federal government for loan, Dormitory, SOC; 59
Riddle P.T.A. ; 307
Roberts, Gale M., Co. ; 171
Rogue River Chapter, National Secretaries Assoc. ; 150, 349
Rogue River College Women's Club; 150
Roseburg Business & Professional Women; 348
Roseburg Elks Lodge; 304
Roseburg P.E.O. ; 348
Roseburg Rotary Ann Club; 348
Roseburg Rotary Club; 307
Roseburg Senior High School Assoc. Student Body; 304, 305, 307
Round-up, The; 20, 305
Runyon, Damon, Memorial Fund; 347
Ruson Laboratories, Inc. ; 347

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St. Helens Branch of American Assoc. of University Women; 65
St. Regis Paper Co. ; 308
Salary Increases; 61, 124
Salary ranges for academic staff; 124
Salem Bridge Club; 147
Salem Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 348
Salem Elks Lodge #336; 146
Sandy High Student Body; 349
Scappoose P.T.A. ; 348
Scappoose Union High School National Honor Society; 305, 349
Scherer, Caroline M., estate of; 266
Schiewe, E. Carl; 227
School District 13C, Polk County; 45, 323
Science Research Foundation; 63
Scientists of Tomorrow; 196
Scott Paper Co. ; 349
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 262, 307, 308
Selective Admissions Report; 12
Shady Cove-Trail Lady Lions Club; 150
Shell Oil Companies Foundation; 308
Sherwood High School Mom & Dad's Club; 100
Skagway Women's Club; 308
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation, Inc. ; 196, 266
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories; 69, 309, 310
Social Science Research Council; 261
Sohio Petroleum Co. ; 261
Soroptimists International, Coos Bay; 150, 305
South Salem High Girls' League; 344
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 348

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Alumni, Alpha Chapter; 349
Bowman property purchase; 116
Brewer-Lovaas property purchase; 180, 182, 297
Briggs-Thurston property purchase; 3
Britt estate; 6
Britt Student Center; 103, 121, 171
Budget; P1, P8, P20, P84, 122
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 104, 156
Business office; 104
Campus & grounds; 156
Campus boundaries extended; 85
Central Heating Plant; 111, 115, 289, 333
Childress property purchase; 180, 184, 297, 351
Churchill Hall repairs; 180
Civil Service pay adjustments; 275
College Union (see also Britt Student Center) ; 6, 103
Commencement & Convocation; 94, 156
Commons; 41, 177
Condemnation of property; 10
Cook property purchase; 329
Croslin property purchase; 181
Crowley property purchase; 85
Curricular adjustments; C99
Curriculum experiment on lower division level; 63
Dormitory & Commons; 41, 59, 127, 177, 214, 223, 233
Dormitory bond resolution; 128
Enrollment; 17
Federal advance planning funds for Science-Classroom Building; 84
General instruction; 104, 156
General Obligation Bonds, sale of for Men's Dormitory; 41
Gifts; 150, 199, 348
Heating; 156
Institutional operating reserve; 104
Janitorial; 156
Jones property purchase; 117
Kee property purchase; 117
Library Building; 180
Lighting system across Siskiyou Blvd. ; 113, 180
Lovass-Brewer property purchase; 182, 297, 351
Married housing facilities, relocation of; 89
Match fund research contract with Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 63
Melody Lane vacating; 328
Memorial Court (Gym) Building; 171
Men's Dormitory; 10
Operating reserve; 156
Pasero property purchase; 180, 182
Payne-Jordan property condemnation; 10

Purchase of; 42

Pedestrian & automotive crossing control lighting system on Siskiyou Blvd. ; 113, 180
Personnel Adjustments; B48, P60, 77, 211, 285, 321
Physical Education Building; 172
President's office; 156
Project No. Ore. 35-CH-18 (DS) ; 229
Rabjohn property purchase; 253
Rehabilitation projects, 1957-58; 113, 180
Renie property purchase; 329
Resolution, condemnation property Brewer property; 183

Childress property; 185

Resolution to Federal government for loan, Dormitory; 59
Science-Classroom Building; 3, 84, 111, 116, 290, 328, 332
Steam lines; 290
Student welfare; 104
Summer session budget; 335
Teacher In-Service Education; 156
Telephone Exchange; 156
Tooley property purchase; 2
Travis property purchase; 296
Visual Instruction Service; 156

Southern Oregon Historical Society; 6
Staff fee extended; 5
Standard Oil Co. of California; 93, 144, 150, 196, 349
State Alcohol Education Committee; 286
State Assoc. of U of O Women; 95
State Assoc. of University Women; 142
State Board of Education, joint meeting with State Board of Higher Education; 191
State Board of Forestry; 163
State Bond Commission; 88, 129, 214
State Board of Higher Education, joint meeting with State Board of Education; 191
State Civil Service Commission; 125, 200
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 24
State Emergency Board; 200, 272
State Fish Commission; 362
State Payroll Assessments; 204
State Retirement Board; 200
State Superintendent of Public Instruction; 138
State Treasurer; 129
State Universities Assoc. ; 140
State Water Resources Board; 196, 346'
Stauffer Foundation; 309
Steeck Electric Co. ; 172, 224
Stewart & Richardson, Architects; 2, 39, 121
Stuart Mechanical Co. ; 172
Sugar Research Foundation, Inc. ; 67, 264
Summer Session budgets, 1958; 334
Summer Session Workshops, 1957; P84, 123
Surplus property certificate; 34
Surplus representatives; 24
Sutherlin Lions Club; 308
Swede Basin Lumber Co. ; 308

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Teaching on research staff, employing over 65 years of age; 54
Tektronix, Inc. ; 70, 150
Television budget; P83, 102
Television Channel 7; 49
Television Channel 10; 51
Television, Classroom; 191
Television, Commercial, institutional announcements; 93
Temporary bonds issued by State Bond Commission; 215
Tennessee Valley Authority; 197
The Dalles Elks Lodge #303; 147
Tidewater Associated Oil Co. ; 93
Timber Structures, Inc. ; 173
Tobacco Industry Research Committee; 148
Tri City P.T.A. ; 269
Tucker, Max, Scholarship Fund; 19, 20, 95, 96, 304, 308, 310

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Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. ; 96
Union County Pomona Grange; 301
Union Junior Women's Club; 150
United Ancient Order of Druids of California; 263
United Pacific Insurance Co. ; 50
U.S. Army 146, 269
U.S. Army Ordnance Corps; 143
U.S. Army Signal Supply Agency; 96, 198
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; 66, 142, 143, 195, 196, 305, 344
U.S. Borax & Chemical Corp. ; 346
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 196, 198
U.S. Department of Agriculture Research Service Unit; 345
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 63, 187, 227, 256
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 197, 198
U.S. Dept. of Interior Fish & Wildlife Service; 98, 146
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; 21, 264
U.S. National Bank, Portland; 19, 20, 96, 101, 308
U.S. National Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization,

Chancellor appointed to; 258, 338

U.S. Navy Dept. ; 308, 345
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 97, 310
U.S. Office of Surgeon General; 21, 68, 144, 344
U.S. Public Health Service; 15, 19, 20, 22, 66, 69, 81, 95, 98, 99, 142, 144, 147, 149, 198, 100, 250, 256,

259, 261, 265, 267, 269, 306, 309, 310, 311, 316, 347

U.S. Quartermaster Corps; 66, 97, 263, 308
University of Illinois; 346

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Agreement with Eugene School District 504-C for practice teaching facilities; 134
Amazon area land, return of; 134
Application for Federal funds for Men's Dormitory #3; 253
Architecture & Allied Arts addition; 121, 170
Architecture Building, rehabilitation of heating system; 178
Athletic Activities; 26
Athletic Dept. ; 133
Biology Dept. ; 71
Biology offices; 112
Budget; P1, P3, P19, P84, 122
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 104, 153
Bureau of Municipal Research; 27
Chemistry; 26, 153
Civil Service pay adjustments; 273
Co-Ed Housing Alumnae; 305
Commencement; 94
Commonwealth Hall, rehabilitation room in; 112, 178
Cook property purchase; 119
Co-op Bookstore gift; 194
Co-operative Bookstore, lease; 336
Co-operative Bookstore, rental; 133
Cossmann, Douglas & Myrtle Memorial Loan & Scholarship Fund; 95
Counseling Center; 26
Curricular adjustments; C4
Dental School (See Dental School)
Dormitory controversy with woodworking plants re built-in furniture; 56
Dormitory (Third) ; 40, 253
East Meets West program; 16
Editor's office; 152, 204
Education workshop; 152
Educational research budget; 314
Enrollment; 17
Erb Memorial Union; 133
Eugene School District 504-C, agreement with; 134
Failing, Henry, Fund; 194
Festival of Fine Arts; 16
Foreign Languages Dept. ; 71
General research; 27
Gifts; 19, 65, 95, 142, 194, 261, 304, 342
Hamill property purchase; 252
Harris, Jennie Beatie, Scholarship; 19
Hayward Field; 133
Heating Plant addition; 111, 250, 326
Hunter, Maurice Harold, Leadership Scholarship; 143
Ingram property purchase; 118
Institute of Labor Economics, resolution from Oregon State Labor Council for establishment of; 258
Institutional Reserve; 27
Johnson Hall alterations; 178
Journalism School; 203
Land in Amazon area, return of; 134
Liberal Arts College; 104
Liberal Arts offices; 112
Library; 73, 103
Marine Biology; 16, 140, 152, 335
Mathematics; 104, 272
McArthur Court; 133
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Dormitory #2; 50, 326
Millrace agreement; 135, 352
Mothers, State Branch; 142
Moxley property purchase; 178
Museum of Art; 153
Nepal education program; 305
Personnel adjustments; B1, P21, 28, 74, 106, 158, 205, 276, 315, 354
Paving Fifteenth Street; 71
Physical Education Building, Men's, addition; 111, 112, 118
Physical education extension; 313
Physical Plant; 104, 140
Practice teaching facilities; 134
Press Building, rehabilitation for Biology & Liberal Arts offices; 112, 178
Quonset for ROTC; 112, 178
Quonset huts rehabilitation; 112, 178
Re-accrediting; 71
Rebec, George, Dormitory; 326
Rehabilitation projects, 1957-58; 112, 178
ROTC Building; 112, 178
Salary increases, reserve for academic; 278
Speech Dept. ; 353
Student Building fees; 134
Swimming Pool; 118
Summer Session budget; 152, 335
Telephone exchange expansion; 178
Television budget; 102
Television control room; 178
Villard Hall alterations; 178
Wooster property purchase; 296

Upjohn Co. ; 22, 264, 267, 347
Urban Plumbing & Heating; 50
Utter, Fred F., Foundation, Inc. ; 305

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Van Waters & Rogers, Inc. ; 95, 96
Vierani Family Fund; 22, 148
Vineyard Hill, television station on; 49
Vita Craft Pacific Sales, Inc. ; 344

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Wagner, Nan W., estate of; 347
Waldorf-Astor Fund; 308
Wall, Bartram & Sanford; 50
Wallowa P.T.A. ; 100
Washington High School Associated Students; 305, 342
Watco Electric Co. ; 220, 222
Ways & Means Committee, Higher Education Sub-Committee; 56
Weber Showcase & Fixture Co., Inc. ; 333
Wenner-Gren Foundation; 95
West Coast Electronic Manufacturers' Assoc. ; 144
Western Electric Co., Inc. ; 308
Western Filter Co. ; 198
Western Golf Assoc. ; 65, 95, 142, 342
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education; P1, P12, P84, 123, 340
Westinghouse Educational Foundation; 144
Westinghouse Manufacturing Co. ; 94
Weyerhaesuer Timber Co. ; 101, 262, 305, 308, 309
Wick & Hilgers, Architects; 118
Wilbur-Ellis Co. ; 305
Wiley Co. ; 332
Willamette Iron & Steel; 150
Willamina High School P.T.A. ; 349
Winston P.T.A. Groups; 308
Wolverton estate; 348
Women's Architectural League of Oregon; 194
Woodrow Wilson P.T.A. 312
World University Service; 305, 342

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Young, A. & Son, Iron Works; 119, 225

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Zehntbauer Foundation, Junior Achievement Scholarship; 349
Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation; 342
Zonta Club of Coos Bay Area; 100













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