OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1959






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Administrative Code amendments, Investments; 319, 321
Administrative Code amendments, Newspaper advertising; 322
African-American Institute; 371
Agnew, S.A., Scholarship; 366, 371
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 126, 370
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Extension Service & Experiment Stations Committee; 99, 281
Agricultural Research Foundation; 23, 74, 127, 209, 210, 255, 306, 369, 409
Agricultural Research Service; 74, 127, 209, 305
Albany City Council P.T.A. ; 367
Albany Teachers Assoc. ; 77
Allstate Foundation; 203
Alpha Phi Omega; 75
Alpha Phi Sorority; 413
American Assoc. of University Women; 371
American Cancer Society; 25, 126, 251, 253, 374, 406, 412
American Chemical Society; 71
American Cyanamid Co. ; 257, 306
American Dairy Assoc. ; 370
American Dental Assoc. ; 7
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education; 374
American Heart Assoc., Inc. ; 205
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon; 207
American-Marietta Co. ; 120, 124
American Medical Assoc. ; 207
American Medical Education Foundation; 72
American Meteorological Society, Oregon Branch; 230
American Rose Foundation; 307
American Society for Metals; 253, 376
American Trust Co. ; 367
Ampex Videotape Recorder; 340, 414
Ananconda Co. ; 128
Annand, Boone & Lei, Architects; 60, 81, 168, 313
Anonymous donor; 304
Applegate P.T.A. ; 371
Arlington P.T.A. ; 366
Arnold, General H. H. Educational Fund; 304, 307
Ashland Elks Lodge #944; 414
Ashland High School Girls League; 414
Ashland Lions Club; 77
Ashland Rotary Club; 414
Asia Foundation; 371
Asia Society; 203
Assistance League of Ventura; 249
Associated General Contractors; 365
Association of Governing Boards meeting; 229, 275
Astoria Plywood Corp. ; 124
Athletes, grants-in-aid for; 57
Atlas Sheet Metal Works; 169, 331
Atomic Energy Commission; 22, 96, 101, 125, 177, 207, 250, 254, 374, 406, 410
Autzen Foundation; 406, 410

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Baker Elks Lodge #338; 129, 377, 413
Baker Junior Chamber of Commerce; 372, 377
Baker, Martha, Award; 367
Baker Soroptimist Club; 376
Bakery & Confectionery Workers' International Union of America; 371
Bangor-Sunset P.T.A. ; 366
Baroid Division National Lead Co. ; 126
Basic Science Examining Committee appointments; 185
Bay Co. & Bumstead-Woolford Co. ; 164
Beaver Plumbing & Heating; 331
Bechtel Corp. ; 207
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 207, 413
"B" League District #3; 203
Benson Tech Student Body; 366, 372
Blevins, Dr. W. J., Memorial Scholarship; 370
Blickenstaff Construction Co. ; 182, 395
Blossom Gulch School P.T.A. ; 376
Board Committee appointments; 98
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 27, 1959; 1
March 10, 1959; 41
April 28, 1959; 79
June 16, 1959; 153
July 28, 1959; 212
September 15, 1959; 266
October 27, 1959; 314
December 8, 1959; 382

Board Meetings (Special):

May 26, 1959; 130
June 2, 1959; 146
November 23, 1959; 378

Board of Education & Publication of American Baptist Convention; 371
Board of Home Missions of Congregational & Christian Churches; 370
Board's Land Purchase & Plant Rehabilitation Reserve; P1, P84, 172, 271, 322
Board's Reserve for Emergencies; P1, 172
Board's Unappropriated Fund; 322
Boeing Airplane Co. ; 74, 126, 211, 365
Boise Cascade Corp. Foundation; 306
Bond sale authority for construction non-revenue producing state buildings; 275
Bonding program for self-liquidating projects; 90
Bonds, Building, Series 1957A, $1,100,000 issue; 187
Bonds, Building, Series 1959A, $9,055,000 issue; 90, 92, 130, 136, 140, 146
Bonneville Power Administration; 368
Brandenburg, Rose, Scholarship Fund; 366
Britt Memorial Scholarship Fund; 365, 371, 376
Brookings-Harbor High School & 1959 Senior Class; 366, 414
Brookings-Harbor P.T.A. ; 376
Budget, 1959-60; 171
Building Bonds Series 1957A, $1,100,000 issue; 187
Building Bonds Series 1959A. $9,055,000 issue; 90, 92, 130, 136, 140, 146
Building Committee; 1, 42, 79, 99, 154, 212, 268, 314, 383
Building Program, 1959-1961; 6
Building Program, Self-Liquidating projects; 90
Buildings, Grounds & Capital Outlay; 58, 102, 181, 232, 278, 331, 395
Bumstead-Woolford Co. & the Bay Co. ; 164
Burns, Bear, McNeil & Schneider, Architects; 1, 43, 44, 133, 144, 157, 169, 216, 279, 280, 331, 332
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 371
Burpee, W. Atlee Co. ; 124

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Calbag Steel Warehouse Co. ; 169
California Pacific Utilities Co. ; 27
California Spray-Chemical Co. ; 74, 210
Campbell High School P.T.A. ; 376
Canby Kiwanis Club; 367
Canby Union High School Girls' League; 376
Carter, Fred W., Co., Inc. ; 166, 167
Central Lane County Planning Commission; 308
Central Lane Y.M.C.A. ; 249
Central Oregon College; 15, 222
Central Oregon Potato Growers' Assoc. ; 31
Centralized Activities:

Board's Office; 106
Budget, P1, P12, P84, 172, 237, 283
Budget Office; 105
Central Library budget; 241
Central Library Office; 106
Comptroller's Office; 106
Division of Information; 105
Gifts; 259
Personnel Adjustments; B65, P72

Chancellor's Office to approve final plans for buildings; 220
Chancellor's Report; 55, 100, 179, 231, 276, 393
Chemagro Corp. ; 209
Chenowith P.T.A. ; 366
Chetco Drugs; 304
Chi Omega, Portland Alumnae; 123
Chi Psi Educational Trust; 374
Church, Newberry, Roehr & Schuette, Architects; 2, 154, 268, 315, 333
Civil Service pay adjustments; 239
Clackamas County Medical Society Auxiliary; 19
Clark Charitable Trust; 71
Clarke Electric Co. ; 396
Clatsop County--deed of land to J.J. Astor Experiment Station; 224
Clatsop County Medical Society Auxiliary; 374
Cleveland High School Dad's Club; 124
Coastal Adult Indian Education; 203
Coburg High School Student Body; 406
Colleges for Oregon's Future, Public relations campaign; 393
Colleges of Education fee increase; 131
Collins Radio Co. ; 365
Collins, Vern, Plumbing & Heating; 213
Columbia County Fair Board; 31
Columbia 4H Leaders' Assoc. ; 31
Cominco Products, Inc. ; 74
Commencement Representatives; 99, 179, 236
Commercial Solvents Corp. ; 306
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 17, 230
Community Television, Inc. ; 53, 393
Comptroller's Investment Report; 274
Condemnation Bellman property, PSC; 386
Condemnation Geiger-Moser property, PSC; 336
Condemnation Goldstein property, PSC; 50
Condemnation Marshall property, PSC; 388
Condemnation Miller property, PSC; 184
Condemnation Park Apts., PSC; 134
Condemnation Richards property, PSC; 334
Condenser Service & Engineering Co. ; 396
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 253, 366, 376
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon; 19, 371, 394, 407
Constitutional Amendment to increase bond borrowing to $50,000,000; 275
Constitutional authority to purchase stocks; 320
Contractors Inc. ; 338
Cooley Scholarship; 371
Coos Bay Active Club; 406
Coos Bay American Legion Auxiliary; 376
Coos Bay Kiwanis Club; 73, 124
Coos Bay Soroptimist Club; 366, 371
Corbett High School P.T.A. ; 26
Cordova, Alaska, American Legion Auxiliary; 73
Corvallis Chapter Zonta International; 74
Corvallis Elks Lodge; 367
Corvallis Soda Works; 366
Council on Economic & Cultural Affairs, Inc. ; 305
Counseling & testing services, fee for; 7
Cox-Jones Insurance Agency; 19
Credit Bureau of Whatcom County; 251
Crites-Moscow Growers, Inc. ; 211
Crocker, Betty, Search Scholarship; 366, 410
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 70, 74, 129, 206, 253, 307, 312, 313, 365, 371, 376, 406
Curricular Changes, 1959-60; 13
Curricular Committee; 13, 99, 177, 221, 323, 391

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Dairy Products Commission; 257
Dakin Gun Co. ; 208
Daughters of Union Veterans; 414
Davidson Industries, Inc. ; 124, 406
Dearborn Foundation; 410
Delta Delta Delta, Chicago; 370
Delta Delta Delta, Portland Alumnae Chapter; 365
Delta Kappa Gamma, Ashland; 77, 376
Delta Kappa Gamma, Delta Chapter; 365
Delta Kappa Gamma, Grants Pass; 376
Delta Kappa Gamma, Omicron Chapter; 203
Delta Kappa Gamma Society, Alpha Rho State; 365, 406
Delta Kappa Gamma, Zeta Chapter, La Grande; 27
Delta Theta Tau; 252
Doernbecher Children's Hospital Guild; 205
Dental School:

Alumni Assoc. ; 412
Animal quarters alterations; 83, 183
Budget; P1, P4, P20, P84, 172
Business Office; 198
Child Study; 198
Commencement & Convocations; 198
Crown & Bridge Technic; 198
Curricular Adjustments; C42
Dean's Office; 198
Dental Clinics budget; P2, P13, P84, 173
Dental Hygiene; 198
Dental Materials; 198
Dental Orientation; 198
Diplomas & Certificates; 198
Eighth Floor alterations; 83, 215, 278
Equipment Repairs; 198
Fee increase; 131
General Education; 198
Gifts; 72, 122, 251, 309, 412
Gross Anatomy & Histology; 198
Illustration; 194
Laboratory & Course fee; 7
Laboratory kit maintenance; 7
Operating Reserve; 194, 197
Operative Dentistry; 194, 198
Oral Diagnosis; 194, 198
Oral Pathology; 198, 284
Oral Roentgenology; 194
Oral Surgery; 194, 198
Parking & Traffic Regulations; 158
Parking area additions; 106, 157, 232
Pedodontics; 194
Periondontology; 198
Personnel Adjustments; B14, P32, 36, 113, 200, 299, 360, 403
Pharmacology; 198
Prosthetic Dentistry; 198
Research appropriation; 286, 342
Research Laboratories & Seminar rooms; 278, 309
Sinking fund increase for bond issue; 131
Student Activities Bldg. ; 43, 144
Student Bldg. fee; 91
Student loan funds from Federal Govt. ; 8
Telephone Exchange; 198
Tissue preparation laboratory; 198
Tuition & fees for undergraduate students; 7

Devine, C.J. & Co. & Associates; 136
Doctors' Supply Co. ; 21
Doernbacher Children's Hospital Guild; 310
Dohrmann Hotel Supply; 167
Dormitory Committee meeting; 6
Dormitory Construction; 273
Douglas County Home Extension Club; 304
Dow Chemical Co. ; 253
Dross Insurance Agency; 251
Duke Laboratories, Inc. ; 374
du Pont de Nemours, E. I., & Co. ; 253

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Eagles, Fraternal Order of; 410
Eagles Memorial Foundation; 26
Easement to Eugene Water & Electric Board; 384
East Oregonian Publishing Co. ; 120

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Ackerman wiring rehabilitation; 218
Administration Bldg. lighting; 218
Agriculture courses; 230
Budget; P1, P9, P20, P84, 172
Building repair; 196
Business Office; 107
Campus & Grounds budget; 105, 196
Clock system rehabilitation, campus wide; 218
Curricular adjustments; C134
Dormitory & Cafeteria; 187
Fee increase; 131
General Instruction; 30, 107, 397
Gifts; 27, 129, 211, 258, 313, 376, 414
Gymnasium, old, reroofing; 218
Hoke Hall addition; 278
Laboratory School reimbursement reserve; 60
La Grande School District, reimbursement from; 397, 398
Library budget; 107
Organization & administration of Physical Education; 15
Personnel Adjustments; B55, P60, 69, 119, 248
Posey property; 339
Publications; 107
Registrar's Office; 107
Rehabilitation Projects, 1959-60; 218
Research appropriation; 286
Special Reserve for Supplies & Equipment; 30
Street improvement; 270
Student loan funds from Federal Govt. ; 8
Summer Session budget, 1960; 390
Thomas property purchase; 386
Water meter & sprinkling system; 105

Eastern Star, Grand Chapter, Order of; 304, 307, 313, 414
Echo Music Club; 23
Eddy Bakeries, Inc. ; 27, 211
Edison P.T.A. ; 249
Ehrlich-Harrison Co. ; 21
Election of Officers; 41, 231
Electric Club of Oregon; 406
Electric Corp. ; 167
Electrical Maintenance Engineers' Assoc. ; 258
Electronics Service; 29
Elgin P.T.A. ; 376
Elk Lumber Co. ; 309
Elks National Foundation; 366, 410, 414
Elmira Union High School P.T.A. ; 371
Emerald Empire Roundup Assoc., Inc. ; 372
Emerick, Paul B., Co. ; 145, 331, 332
Empire, City of; 58, 84
Endowment Funds Bond Holdings; 319
Enrollment Analysis; 419
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 19, 373
Eugene, City of; 85, 163
Eugene Lane County Assoc. of Insurance Agents; 372
Eugene Mu Phi Epsilon Patronesses; 19
Eugene Phi Beta Patronesses; 19, 120, 371
Eugene Quota Club; 410
Eugene Rotary Foundation; 372
Eugene Teachers Assoc. ; 372
Eugene Water & Electric Board; 85, 384
Evans Scholars Foundation; 410
Executive Committee; 79, 99
Ex-Newsboys Assoc. ; 376

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Falk, Maurice & Laura Foundation; 308
Federal Communications Commission; 393
Fee Committee meeting; 6
Fee increase; 131, 175
Filbert Control Board; 147, 195, 210
Finance; 30, 59, 104, 187, 237, 283, 340, 397
Finance Committee; 6, 53, 89, 99, 171, 221, 273, 319, 390
Finlandia Foundation; 52
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., Klamath Falls; 23
First National Bank of Chicago & Associates; 136
First National Bank of Oregon; 9, 74, 136, 137, 140, 147
First National City Bank of New York & Associates; 136
Fish Commission of Oregon; 372
Florists' Telegraph Delivery Assoc. Foundation; 366
Ford Foundation; 19, 21, 204, 240, 259, 285, 307, 414
Forest Protection & Conservation Committee; 127, 210, 256
Fossil P.T.A. ; 124
Foundation for American Resource Management; 257
Foundation for Research on Human Behavior; 205
Franklin High School, Affiliated Men of; 365
Franklin High School Associated Girls students; 370, 375
Franklin High School Class of 1959; 375
Franklin High Dads' Club; 365, 375
Franklin High School Faculty; 365
Franklin High School, Lilli Schmidli Fund; 365
Franklin High School Pentathlon Club; 375
Friendly Rosenthal Foundation; 412
Fruit Growers League of Jackson County; 127
Fund for Adult Education; 313
Fund for Advancement of Education; 240, 259
Fund for Dental Education, Inc. ; 251
Future Business Leaders of America; 253
Future Teachers of America; 313, 367

G...G...G...G...G...

Geigy Chemical Corp. ; 209, 370
General Electric Co. ; 126, 208, 304, 396
Georgia-Pacific Corp. ; 129, 203, 370
General Extension Division:

Ampex Videotape Recorder; 340, 414
Budget; P1, P11, P84, 172
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 195
Building; 30
Clerical & Mail Exchange; 196
Curricular Adjustments; C146
Dentistry, new concepts in, offered in cooperation Dental School; 100
Dept. of Educational Radio & Television; 54, 104, 340
Gifts; 27, 78, 129, 211, 258, 313, 414
KOAC Radio & Television budget; 397
KOAC-TV; 393
Mail boxes for staff in Southeast Unit State Hall; 52
Memo. of understanding with Community Television Inc. ; 53
Personnel Adjustments; B63, P70, 69, 303, 364, 405
Pharmacy course offered in cooperation with OSC; 101
Portland Extension Center; 196
Portland Summer Session budget, 1959; 397
Radioisotopic Seminar; 101
State-Wide Evening Classes; 32, 196
Visual Instruction Dept. ; 196

General Obligation Bonds; 89
General Petroleum Corp. ; 304
Gift & Grant Report; 231, 276
Gifts & Grants; 19, 70, 120, 203, 249, 304, 365, 406
Gilbert School Scholarship Committee; 258
Gilliam County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 374
Girls' League, Lebanon Public Schools; 253
Goldizen Memorial Committee; 21
Good Samaritan Hospital; 9
Governor's Committee on Science & Technology; 229
Grant High School Dad's Club; 124
Grants-in-aid for athletes; 57
Great Western Malting Co., Inc. ; 209
Green Giant Co. ; 211
Gresham Elks Lodge #1805; 77
Grolier Foundation, Inc. ; 365
Guidance Institutes, Summer, 1959; 55
Gullion, Anna W., Estate of; 58

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Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., & Associates; 136
Hamilton Electric Co. ; 334
Hand Ford Sales; 129
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Fund; 371
Hardie, Waldo S. & Son; 232, 334
Harrington, Larry, Co., Inc. ; 124
Harris Trust & Savings Bank & Associates; 136, 137, 147
Harvard Medical School; 310
Hawaiin Pineapple Co. ; 70
Heaton Steel & Supply; 73, 124, 366
Henley P.T.A. ; 207, 414
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 365
Heppner P.T.A. ; 124
Heppner Pine Mills; 23
Hermiston Local O.E.A. ; 376
Hertz, Fannie & John, Engineering Scholarship Foundation; 365
High School-College Relations Committee; 283
Hill, Louis W. & Maud, Family Foundation; 24, 256
Hilliard, Roy A., & Associates, Inc. ; 169, 331, 332
Hitchcock Clinic; 340
Hoffman-LaRoche Pharmaceutical Co. ; 406
Honolulu Community Chest; 77
Hood River P.T.A. ; 375
Huntington High School Student Body; 414
Hyslop Agricultural Research Foundation; 365

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Idaho, Eastern Oregon Onion Committee; 306
Industrial Forestry Assoc. ; 366
Industrial Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 145
Inland Radio, Inc. ; 258
Institute of Life Insurance for Family Finance; 120
Insurance Committee; 96, 99
Insurance, Group Public Liability, Reserve for; 172
Interested Citizen's Scholarships; 249
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 6
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 6
International Business Machines Corp. ; 411
International Footprint Assoc. ; 371
International Harvester Co. ; 258
International Minerals & Chemical Corp. ; 126
Interstate Committee on High School College Relations; 59
Investment Policies; 319
Investment Report; 274
Iron Fireman Manufacturing Co. ; 207, 258

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Jackson County Court; 127
Jacobs, Ralph & Adolph, Foundation; 307
James & Yost, Inc., suit by; 283
Jefferson County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 307
Job's Daughters, Grand Guardian Council of California; 304
Job's Daughters, Grand Guardian Council of Oregon; 304, 307, 367
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Portland; 376
John Day Elks Lodge; 413
Johnson, Mead, & Co. ; 123
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 74, 367
Joint Ways & Means Sub-Committee on Education, 1959 Legislature; 329
Junior Achievement of Portland, Inc. ; 366, 371
Junior High Bank Scholarship Fund; 249
Junior Women's Club; 211

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Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp. ; 367
Kelso High School Student Body; 365
Kennel-Ellis Studios; 410
Kern County Land Co. ; 304
Klamath Adult Indian Education Program; 414
Klamath County Court; 209
Klamath Templar Eye Foundation, Inc. ; 374
Krebaum & Krebaum Real Estate; 308
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates; 395

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Labor-Management Conference Fund; 249
La Grande, City of; 271
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 377
La Grande First Methodist Church; 258
La Grande F.O.E. Aerie #259; 27
La Grand Fruit Co. ; 129
La Grande Rotary Club; 129
La Grande School District; 60
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 129, 258
Lake Oswego High School Lakers Dads; 365, 375
Lakeside P.T.A. ; 249
Lakeview Elks Lodge; 413
Lamb-Weston, Inc. ; 211
Land Purchases & Plant Rehabilitation, 1959-60; 218
Lane County; 85
Lane County "B" League Principals & Coaches Assoc. ; 372
Lane County "B" League Scholarships; 372
Lane County Principals & Coaches Assoc. ; 128
Lane County Registered Pharmacists Assoc. ; 101
Lawrence, Tucker & Wallman, Architects; 5, 48, 52, 82, 83, 156, 184, 214, 215
Lebanon Elks Lodge; 304, 307
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 367
Lederle Laboratories, American Cyanamid Co. ; 205
Legislature 1959:

Bill authorizing cities to prohibit interment; 11
Bill for condemnation of cemeteries; 11
Bill for condemnation or vacation of cemeteries; 11
Bill for vacation of cemeteries; 11
Bill to control automotive traffic; 12
Bill to increase bond borrowing ceiling under General Obligation bond law; 12
Bill to permit property sales by Colleges of Education; 11
Bill to transfer seasonal farm laborers to unclassified service; 12
Constitutional amendment to change debt limitation; 12

Leslie Salt Co. ; 256
Library Committee; 98, 99
Library of Parliament; 251
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 305
Lily-Tulip Cup Corp. ; 124
Lincoln County Juvenile Dept. ; 72
Lincoln County Superintendent of Schools; 72
Longview Fiber Co. Scholarship; 367
Lord Electric Co. ; 53
Lord, P.S., Mechanical Contractors; 164
Losli Sheet Metal Works; 213
Lundgren Sales Corp. ; 70, 203
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 4, 155, 214, 383

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Madras Elks Lodge; 413
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc. ; 209, 409
Malheur County Teachers Assoc. ; 129
Malheur Potato Growers' Assoc. ; 31
Malting Barley Improvement Assoc. ; 256
Mapleton High School Alumni Assoc. ; 365
Mapleton Lions Club; 367, 410
Mapleton P.T.A. ; 376
Mapping Your Education; 59
Marion Electric Co. ; 166
Marion-Polk Medical Auxiliary; 122
Markham, Edwin, P.T.A. ; 376
Married Student Housing Report; 383, 416
Marshfield Hi-Y Club; 366
Marshfield Junior High P.T.A. ; 366
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 325
Master's Degree in Secondary Education at Colleges of Education; 14
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc. ; 169, 331, 332
McCloud River Lumber Co. ; 304
McDermott Foundation; 252
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 410, 412
McKenzie River Schools; 376
McLaughlin Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 168, 332
McMinnville Rotana Club; 366
Medford Public Schools; 341
Medical Education Committee; 99, 330
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon, Inc. ; 123, 374
Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc. ; 208
Medical School:

Administration Bldg., alterations to Pathology student laboratory; 219
Alumni Assoc. ; 21, 73, 123, 206
Animal Quarters, Outpatient Clinic; 108
Animal testing program; 105
Bacteriology; 238, 285
Bergquist, Marie, bequest; 309
Biochemistry Dept. ; 105
Biochemistry Research Testing Fees; 238
Budget; P1, P5, P20, P84, 172
Business Office; 33, 238
Clark, Nellie J., Bequest; 23
Class of 1939; 207
Clinical Pathology; 238
Conor, Katherine M., Bequest; 72
Crippled Children's Division budget; P2, P16, P83, P84; 173
Crippled Children's Division Delivery Service; 238
Crippled Children's Division Foster Home Care; 238
Crippled Children's Division Light & Power; 238
Crippled Children's Division Maintenance & Repair; 238
Crippled Children's Division Nursing Care; 238
Curricular Adjustments; C44
Dean's Office; 33
Dermatology; 33, 340
Devers bequest; 9, 192, 231
Exfoliative Cytology, fee for; 7
Experimental Medicine; 238
Fee increase; 131
Gifts; 21, 72, 122, 205, 252, 309, 374, 412
Gilbert, A. J., Bequest; 23
Griffin, James P., Scholarship Fund; 124
Griffin, Jane R., estate of; 124
Hospital & Surgical fees; 30
Library; 33, 238
Maintenance & Repairs, Physical Plant; 238
Medical & Surgical fees, balances to be used for research; 104
Medical Illustration; 238
Medical Research Bldg. ; 6, 89, 278, 312
Medical Science Bldg. alterations for new gross anatomy laboratory; 219
Medicine Dept. ; 105
Moore, Lori, Memorial; 73
Neurology; 33, 238
Neurosurgery; 33
Nurses' Dormitory; 107, 109
Nursing Education; 238
Obstetrics & Gynecology; 33, 238
Ophthalmology; 238
Otolaryngology; 238
Out-of-state travel; 30
Outpatient Clinic Bldg., alterations for Depts. Obstetrics & Gynecology; 280, 310, 338
Outpatient Clinic Bldg., animal facilities, completion of; 108
Outpatient Clinic, transformer replacement; 108
Parking & Traffic Regulations; 158
Parking area additions; 106, 157, 232
Pediatrics; 238, 239
Pediatrics Dept. ; 33, 104
Personnel Adjustments; B17, P33, 37, 63, 113, 201, 244, 30, 360, 403
Physical Plant Bldg., space in for Comptroller's Office I.B.M. Accounting Unit; 59
Physical Plant Service Bldg. ; 157, 278, 279, 280, 338
Physiology; 238
Psychiatry; 33, 238
Public Affairs; 33
Public Health; 238
Public Health Nursing; 284
Radiology; 33, 238
Registrar's Office; 33, 238
Rehabilitation projects, 1959-60; 219
Reid, Melville C., Memorial; 73
Research appropriation; 286, 341
Reznichek, H.S., Bequest; 72
Rutherford, Logan, Memorial; 73
Settlemier, Frank W., estate of; 412
Sinking fund increase for bond issue; 131
Special Reserve for Supplies & Equipment; 33
Stiedl, John, Bequest; 206
Student Activities Bldg. ; 43, 144
Student Building Fee; 91
Student loan funds from Federal Govt. ; 8
Sundry Clinical Instruction; 238
Surgery Dept. ; 285
Teaching Hospital; 107
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics budget; P2, P14, P83, P84, 173
Telephone Exchange; 238
University State Tuberculosis Hospital budget; P2, P17, P83, P84, 173
Water main easement to City of Portland; 233
Weldon estate bequest; 221

Meier & Frank Co. ; 332, 333
Memorial to Leif S. Finseth; 235
Menasha Sales Corp. ; 19, 374
Meyer, Fred, Corp. ; 249
Mills, Victor, Scholarship Award; 78
Milton-Freewater Rotary Club; 19, 410
Milwaukie High School Girls' League; 124
Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. ; 414
Miscellaneous; 185
Modern Plumbing & Sheet Metal Co. ; 29
Moderne Studio & Camera Shop; 410
Monmouth Civic Club; 211
Monmouth School District; 106
Monsanto Chemical Co. ; 24, 128
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 137
Morris, L.H., Electric Co. ; 213
Morrison Bros. Seed Co. ; 211
Morrow County Schools Scholarship Fund; 366
Morrow County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 374
Mt. Emily Lumber Co. ; 129, 258
Multnomah County; 12
Multnomah County Medical Society; 376
Musicians Mutual Assoc. ; 249
Mutual Citrus Products Co. ; 306
Mytrle Creek P.T.A. ; 376

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National Academy of Design; 411
National Academy of Sciences; 251, 305
National Association of Broadcasters; 204
National Association of Social Workers; 17
National Conference of Christians & Jews; 203
National Council for Stream Improvement; 75, 257
National Council to Combat Blindness; 72
National Defense Education Act of 1958; 7, 55, 372
National Education Assoc. ; 179
National Education Television & Radio Center; 340, 414
National Fund for Medical Education; 123
National Institute of Mental Health; 373
National Merit Scholarship Corp. ; 129
National Park Service; 205
National Plant Food Institute; 24, 307
National Science Foundation; 20, 22, 24, 26, 56, 70, 75, 121, 123, 125, 208, 249, 254, 307, 367, 373, 376,

407, 411

Navy Wives Clubs of America; 367
Neu, Hugo, Corp. ; 412
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc. ; 252
Newspaper advertising; 322
"No Golden Gimmicks" ; 230, 260
North Bend High School Associated Student Body; 370
Northwest Cherry Briners Assoc. ; 306
Nuclear Reactor Insurance; 96
Nutrilite Foundation; 367
Nutrition Foundation, Inc. ; 73, 305
Nyssa Fraternal Order of Eagles; 366

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Oakland Lions Club; 307
Oakland P.T.A. ; 249
Oberlin College; 73, 124
Oklahoma State University; 229
Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. ; 210
Olinger, J.E., & Sons; 365, 371
Olsen, J.O., Mfg. Co. ; 334
Ontario Elks Lodge; 413
Oregon Assoc. of Broadcasters; 394
Oregon Assoc. of Club Women; 376
Oregon Assoc. Future Homemakers of America; 253
Oregon Assoc. of Real Estate Boards; 19
Oregon Bulb, Florist & Nursery Council; 24, 75
Oregon Centennial; 18
Oregon Chapter Electrical Women's Round Table; 253
Oregon City Senior High P.T.A. ; 376
Oregon College of Education:

Alumni Records; 197
Art; 106
Audio Visual Aids; 32, 106, 197
Budget; P1, P7, P21, P84, 172
Campus Boundaries extended; 170
Campus Development plan; 60
Campus Laboratory School budget; 106
Campus Laboratory School Building alterations; 218
Campus Laboratory School, repairing & waterproofing; 218
Central Heating Plant & Service Building; 6, 79, 80, 165, 278
Clarke property purchase; 218, 234
Commencement & Convocations; 106, 197
Curricular adjustments; C100
Dads Club; 211
Dodge property purchase; 279
Education & Psychology; 106, 197, 238
Elementary School Principals' work conference; 197
Fee increase; 131
Gifts; 77, 211, 313
Hassler property purchase; 170
Humanities; 32
Instructional materials production budget; 59
Land purchase; 32, 106, 197
Library; 32, 106
Migrant workers' children, summer school for; 284
Music Dept. ; 32, 106, 197, 238
National Commission of Teacher Education & Professional Standards; 179
Off-Campus student teaching; 32, 106, 238
Organization & administration of Physical Education; 15
Parking Lot surfacing; 195
Personnel Adjustments; B50, P55, 39, 202, 248, 363, 405
Physical Education Building acoustical treatment; 218
President's Office; 32, 106
Publications; 32, 106
Rambo property purchase; 183
Rehabilitation projects, 1959-60; 218
Research appropriation; 286
Resolution approving final planning Central heating plant & service building; 80
Science & Mathematics; 106, 197
Sidewalks, repairs & replacements; 218
Social Science; 106, 197
Student Building fee; 91
Student Center-Commons Building; 81, 167, 217, 314
Student loan funds from Federal Govt. ; 8
Summer Session budget, 1960; 390
Teacher Placement; 197
Telephone Exchange; 106
Television budget; 195, 285
Thornbrue property purchase; 183
Todd, Jessica, Hall; 168, 217, 314
U.S. Office of Education grant for study of audio-visual education teaching materials; 179
Western cooperative speech & hearing clinic; 197
Young property purchase; 49

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers; 26, 70, 74, 77, 129, 203, 207, 211, 258, 410
Oregon Dept. of Agriculture; 258
Oregon Division of American Cancer Society; 72, 122
Oregon Education Assoc., Lane County Division; 371
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 370
Oregon Farm Bureau Federation; 124
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 313
Oregon Feed & Seed Dealers Assoc. ; 125
Oregon Filbert Commission; 306
Oregon Granite Co. ; 251
Oregon Heart Assoc. ; 72, 123, 252, 254, 309, 412
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 365
Oregon Nurses Assoc. ; 27, 374
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 26, 70, 77, 253, 371, 410
Oregon State Chapter, P.E.O., La Grande; 307
Oregon State Elks Assoc. ; 123, 207
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs; 207
Oregon Strawberry Council; 210

OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Agricultural Chemistry; 285, 342
Agricultural Economics; 194, 342
Agricultural Economics--Information Service; 31
Agricultural Engineering; 342
Agricultural Experiment Station; P84, 12, 197, 341, 342, 397
Agricultural Extension Service; 31
Agricultural research budget; P2, P18, P83, 173
Alumni Records; 104
Animal Diagnostic Laboratory; 216
Animal Farm Maintenance; 197, 342
Architecture; 194
Army R.O.T.C Flight Instruction; 368
Art; 104
Associated Independent Students; 207
Associated Women Studies; 253
Astor, J. J., Branch Experiment Station; 60, 197, 234
Azalea House student aid fund; 126
Beef feeding barn; 61
Blodgett Timber; 337
Botany Dept. ; 104
Budget; P1, P6, P21, P84, 172
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 106
Burrell estate property sale; 221
Business & Technology School; 104
Buxton Hall; 102
Camp Adair land, sale of 4.55 acres to State Highway Commission; 385
Cauthorn Hall; 102
Centennial year celebration; 34
Central Hall, razing of; 102
Central Heating Plant addition; 6, 132, 133, 164, 278
Century Club; 207
Chemistry Bldg., old, alterations; 218
Chemistry Dept. ; 104, 194
College Folk Club; 124, 207
Columbia County Extension Work; 31
Convocations & Commencements; 238
Co-op Bookstore; 154
Corvallis Consolidated School District No. 509 C. J. ; 271
Courtesy appointments; 66, 293, 344
Covell; 102
Crew House & Barn; 343
Curricular adjustments; C48
Cyclotron & Nuclear Reactor safety measures; 97, 177
Dairy & Animal Husbandry; 342
Dairy Products Laboratory; 197
Dean of Women; 104, 196
Dearborn Hall; 42
Dormitory #4; 1
Dormitory #5 & Cafeteria; 44, 102, 133, 168
Dormitory Service Building; 216
Eastern Oregon Branch Experiment Station budget; 197
Education School; 104
Educational Foundation; 253
Electrical Engineering Laboratory adjustments & renovations; 59
Emigh property purchase; 87
English Dept. ; 238
Engineering Laboratory; 42
Entomology; 197, 398
Farm Crops Dept. ; 341, 398
Farm Maintenance; 197
Federal Cooperative Extension Service budget; P2, P19, P83, P84, 173, 340
Fee increase; 131
Forestry Building. remodeling classroom; 397
Forestry School; 217, 337
Foundation; 23, 24, 124, 366
Fox, Nelson, property purchase; 87
Francis, Dorothea, estate of; 254
Gibson, H. H, Memorial Scholarship; 253
Gifts; 23, 73, 124, 207, 253, 304, 365, 406
Hawley Hall; 102, 272, 332
Hawley Hall room charges; 7
Heckart Foundation Scholarships; 23, 124, 366
Hildebrand property purchase; 88
Hill, Merlin, property purchase; 86
History Dept. ; 238
Horner Museum; 194
Horse Farm maintenance; 197
Horticulture; 194
Horticulture Dept. of Agricultural Experiment Station; 105
Humanities & Social Sciences, request for school of; 177, 225, 323, 325, 391
Hunt property purchase; 317
Hyslop Farm Field Laboratory crop dehydrator; 398
Irrigation water forecasting; 197
Jackson County pear industry; 105
Journalism; 194
Kasetsart program; 401
Kidder Hall rehabilitation south wall; 218
Koberstine property purchase; 171, 271
Laslett property purchase; 317
Liberal Arts, Lower division, name changed to school of Humanities & Social Sciences; 325
Liberal Arts program; 325, 391
Library Budget; 105
Malheur Branch Station; 197
Marchel property purchase; 181
Married Student Housing; 318
McWhorter property purchase; 86
Mechanical Engineering Building; 42, 43
Memorial Union Board of Governors; 92 154
Memorial Union Building additions; 2, 154, 213
Men's Dormitory; 3, 272, 332
Men's Gym ventilating system; 193
Mid-Columbia Branch Experiment Station; 197
Military Science & Tactics; 196
Morris, Henrietta, estate of; 407
Mothers Club, Lebanon; 207
Mothers Club, Portland; 207
Music Dept.; 104, 194
Naval Armory Relocation; 168, 169
Northern Willamette Valley Branch Experiment Station; 197
Northwest Pea Breeding Project; 211, 370
Nuclear Reactor & Cyclotron safety measures; 97, 177
Oak Creek Fish Laboratory; 341
Oak Creek Road surfacing; 218
Oceanography Dept. established; 14, 15
Oceanography Research Ship; 269, 276, 304
Personnel Adjustments; B23, P37, 38, 64, 115, 201, 246, 287, 344, 399
Personnel Coordinator; 194, 284
Pharmacy Building Addition; 384
Pharmacy School; 104
Philomath Road Relocation; 49, 271
Philosophy & Religion; 194
Physical Education for Men; 104
Physical Plant; 104, 106, 343
Physics Building; 102
Physics Building, old, alterations; 218
Physics--Chemistry Building; 102, 182, 278, 318, 389
Physics Dept. ; 194
Pole--frame building construction; 199
Poling Hall; 102
Political Science; 194
Post Office substation; 154
Poultry Husbandry; 342
Poultry-Veterinary Research Building; 398
President's Office; 104, 238
Publications; 104, 107, 342
Radiation Safety Committee; 177
Registrar's Office; 104
Rehabilitation projects, 1959-60; 218
Research appropriation; 286, 342
Research Building-construction, Central Station; 341
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning Mechanical Engineering Bldg. ; 43
Resolution approving final planning Central Heating Plant; 133
Science School honors program; C21
Sea Foods Laboratory; 234
Seasonal farm laborers; 12
Seed Laboratory Bldg. ; 341
Sinking fund increase for bond issue; 131
Snell Hall; 272, 331
Snell Hall room charges; 7
Sociology; 194
Soils; 194, 342
Southern Oregon Branch Station; 197
Statistical Service; 197, 398
Student Building fee; 91
Student Health Service addition; 4, 83
Student loan funds from Federal Govt. ; 8
Summer Session budget, 1960; 390
Swine barn remodeling; 199
Swine Research Bldg. ; 61
Telephone service; 106
Television budget; 30, 195, 240, 285
Timber management contract with State Board of Forestry; 337
Trindle, Eleanor, Memorial; 74, 126, 253
Umatilla County--Milton Station; 31
Vegetable Farm Storage Bldg. ; 341
Veterinary Medicine; 194, 342
Waldo Hall; 331
Wasner, Marion C., estate of; 304
Western Forest Science Laboratory; 217
Women's Dormitory & Cafeteria; 272, 331
Women's Interhall Council; 365

Oregon State Committee on Natural Resources; 307
Oregon State Dental Assoc. ; 251
Oregon State Dental Assoc. Auxiliary; 122
Oregon State Elks Assoc. ; 367, 412, 414
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs; 365
Oregon State Grange, Home Economics Clubs; 365
Oregon State Grange, Spence Memorial Scholarship Fund; 366, 371
Oregon State Medical Society; 330
Oregon State Pharmaceutical Assoc. ; 406
Oregon State Plant Clinic; 31
Oregon State Tax Commission; 257
Oregon Technical Institute; 173, 180, 220, 277, 329, 384

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Pacific Coast Conference; 57
Pacific Intermountain Express; 203, 304
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 77
Pacific Northwest Forest Service; 128, 408
Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 27, 258
Paletteers Club; 313
Palo Alto Elks Lodge #1471; 365
Paper Industry Management Assoc. ; 304
Patterson, M. F., Dental Supply Co. ; 72
Payne Fund, The; 23, 124, 253
Pendleton Rotary Club; 366, 377
Pendleton Roundup Assoc. ; 366
Perkins-Elmer Corp. ; 72
Personnel; 35, 63, 110, 200, 242, 287, 344, 399
Petersburg P.T.A. ; 377
Petersen, A.V. Co. ; 53, 164, 168, 213
Pfizer, Charles & Co., Inc. ; 25
Pi Lambda Theta; 249
Pilot Rock Lumber Co. ; 73, 410
Pilot Rock P.T.A. ; 377
Pioneer Flouring Hill Co. ; 129
Plumbing & Heating Engineering Co. ; 53, 166, 167
Pooled Endowment Funds; 274
Portland Academy of Medicine; 21
Portland, City of, water main easement, Medical School campus; 233
Portland City Panhellenic Assoc. ; 207
Portland Garden Club; 258
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc. ; 207
Portland High School Curriculum Study; 68
Portland Home Economics in Education; 365
Portland Outdoor Store; 123
Portland P.E.O. Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter; 371
Portland P.T.A. Congress; 128
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 70, 406
Portland School District; 379

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Alumni Assoc. ; 26
Bellman property condemnation; 386
Biological & Physiological Science classrooms remodeling; 193
Budget; P1, P10, P21, P84, 172
Budget transfer to prevent overdrafts; 193
Building Repair; 61
Business Office; 61, 193
Campus development; 378
Class of 1958; 26
Classroom Bldg. South; 3, 270, 278, 316, 378, 380, 386
College Center addition; 82
Counseling & Student Affairs; 193
Curricular Adjustments; C71
Education Division; 61, 62
Fee increase; 131
Geiger-Moser property condemnation; 336
Gifts; 26, 77, 128, 258, 312, 375
Goldstein property condemnation; 50
Hornstein, Rubin, property purchase; 88
Humanities Division; 31, 61, 62
Library budget; 61, 193
Library Building; 6, 103, 396
Light & Power; 61
Mail & Processing; 193, 238
Marshall property condemnation; 388
Miller property condemnation; 184
Old Main alterations of cafeteria for Physics; 219
Old Main, conversion of classroom 212 for physical science survey instruction; 219
Outside rentals; 193
Park Apts. condemnation; 134
Personnel Adjustments; B58, P62, 39, 69, 117, 247, 301, 361, 405
Physics-Electrical Laboratory; 284
Placement Service; 61
President's Inauguration; 239
Public Services; 61
Registrar's Office; 61
Rehabilitation Projects, 1959-60; 219
Research appropriation; 286
Resolution condemnation Bellman property; 386
Resolution condemnation Goldstein property; 50
Resolution condemnation Marshall property; 388
Resolution condemnation Geiger-Moser property; 336
Resolution condemnation Miller property; 184
Resolution condemnation Park Apts. ; 134
Richards property condemnation; 334
Science Division; 31, 61, 284
Sinking fund increase for bond issue; 131
Social Science; 61, 62, 193
State Hall S.E. Unit; 52
Student Building fee; 91
Student loan funds from Federal Govt. ; 8
Summer session budget, 1960; 390
Telephone Exchange; 61, 193
Television budget; 240
Tower erection; 270, 378, 379
Water; 193
Yee property purchase; 89

President's Report; 16, 54, 98, 179, 229, 275, 330, 393
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 120, 372
Prineville Elks Lodge; 413
Professional Engineers of Oregon, Auxiliary to; 23, 365
Public Relations Committee; 99, 275, 322
Punahou School; 120
Pure Line Seeds, Inc. ; 211

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Ralston Purina Co. ; 304
Ranger, Henry W., Fund; 411
Rapid City Independent School District; 410
Rayonier Foundation; 365
Readers' Digest Foundation; 249
Red Raider Booster Club; 77, 129, 376
Refrigeration's Research Foundation; 76
Rehabilitation Projects, 1959-60; 218
Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. ; 258
Republic Carloading & Distributing Co. ; 203
Research appropriation by 1959 legislature; 285
Research Corp. ; 19, 25, 254
Research, directed, reserve for exploratory phase of; P1, P84, 172
Research, General, reserve for; P1, P84, 172, 184
Resolution approving final planning Central Heating Plant, OSC; 133
Resolution Building Bonds Series 1957A, $1,100,000; 187
Resolution Building Bonds Series 1957A, $9,055,000; 92, 139, 140
Resolution Central Heating Plant & Service Bldg., OCE; 80
Resolution condemnation Bellman property, PSC; 386
Resolution condemnation Geiger-Moser property, PSC; 336
Resolution condemnation Goldstein property, PSC; 50
Resolution condemnation Marshall property, PSC; 388
Resolution condemnation Miller property, PSC; 184
Resolution condemnation Park Apts., PSC; 134
Resolution condemnation Richards property, PSC, 334
Resolution in memory of Leif S. Finseth; 101, 235
Resolution, Mechanical Engineering Bldg., OSC; 43
Resolution, Oregon Branch, American Meteorological Society; 230
Resolution H. A. Bork's 25 years service; 55
Resolution, Social Science Classroom Bldg., SOC; 46
Resolution Union County Pomona Grange; 230
Resources for the Future, Inc. ; 20
Reynolds, Marjorie Thompson, Memorial; 371
Reynolds Metal Co. ; 366
Rockefeller Foundation; 305
Rogers Canning Co. ; 211
Rogue River Valley Women's College Club; 371
Roosevelt Junior High School P.T.A. ; 371
Roseburg Business & Professional Women's Club; 371
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 371
Roseburg Rotary Club; 366
Roseburg Senior High School Associated Student Body; 23, 366, 370, 371
Roswell Area Council of P.T.A. ; 366
Ruson Laboratories, Inc. ; 21

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Sacajawea Hotel; 129
St. Helens Senior High School Boys League; 366
St. Regis Undergraduate Scholarship; 367
Salary Scale for Academic Staff; 174
Salem Federated Music Clubs; 70
Salem Soroptimist Club; 77
Salter & Klein; 183, 395
Scappoose P.T.A. ; 376
Scappoose Union High School National Honor Society; 376
Schering Corp. ; 310
Scientific Research Growth State System; 56
Scott Paper Co. ; 78, 203
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 304, 307, 365, 366
Shakespearean Festival; 16
Shell Companies Foundation, Inc. ; 365
Sherwood High School Girls League; 19
Sherwood High School Mom & Dad's Club; 77
Shields, W. H., Construction Co. ; 181
Simplot, J. R., Co. ; 127
Simpson Timber Co. ; 76
Sirianni Electric Co. ; 145
Skagway Women's Club; 371
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; 385
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation, Inc. ; 126, 203, 205
Small Business Administration; 308
Smith, Barney & Co. & Associates; 136
Smith Canning & Freezing Co. ; 211
Smith, Homer H., Insurance Agency; 251
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories; 123, 406
Social Work Education, Committee on; 227
Social Work School in Portland; 17, 227, 326
Soil Conservation Service; 76, 210, 305
Sottile Banking Group; 251
South Eugene High Axmen's Council; 371
South Eugene High School P.T.A. ; 249
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 19, 23, 124, 129, 366, 372, 374
Southern Ohio National Bank; 70

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Backes property purchase; 233
Boiler & Insurance; 199
Britt Student Center; 47, 182, 395
Budget; P1, P8, P21, P84, 172
Churchill Hall outside entrances; 219
Commencement & Convocations; 199
Curricular Adjustments; C114
Dormitory & Cafeteria; 187
Dormitory Counseling; 343
Fee Increase; 131
General Instruction; 32, 199
Gifts; 77, 129, 313, 376, 414
Growth Studies research project; 341
Hersh property purchase; 279
Janitorial; 199
Library; 199
Light & Power; 199
McDonough property; 339
Organizational & Administration of Physical Education; 15
Personnel Adjustments; B52, P57, 40, 69, 118, 303, 364, 405
Peterson-Hazelrigg property purchase; 219, 233
Physical Education Building paving & curbing; 219
Publications; 199
Rehabilitation projects, 1959-60; 219
Research appropriation; 286
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning Social Science Classroom Building; 46
Roberts property purchase; 219
Science-Classroom Building; 28
Sinking fund increase for bond issue; 131
Social Science Classroom Building; 45, 46
Student Building fee; 91
Student loan funds from Federal Govt. ; 8
Summer Session budget, 1960; 390
Susanne Homes Hall Dormitory alterations; 5, 47, 182, 395
Teacher Placement; 199
Texaco Station purchase; 272
Visual Instruction Service; 199
Women's Dormitory Project; 45, 155, 232

Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 258
Special examination fee; 7
Squibb Institute for Medical Research; 124
Staff, Academic, Reserve for salary adjustments; 172
Staff, Academic, Salary scale; 174
Standard Insurance Co. ; 274
Standard Oil Co. of California; 19, 77, 253, 304, 365
State Assoc. of U of O Women; 120, 410
State Board of Aeronautics; 78
State Board of Education meeting with Board of Higher Education; 229, 275
State Board of Forestry, Timber Management contract with OSC; 337
State Bond Commission; 90, 137, 140, 146, 147, 187
State Civil Service Commission; 12, 175, 239
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 229, 277
State Emergency Board; 175, 239
State Forest Research Center; 217
State Highway Commission; 49, 85, 271, 308, 385
State Scholarship Commission; 229, 283
State Unemployment Compensation Commission; 229, 283
Status of Planning & Construction of new Building Projects Financed from funds appropriated

by 1959 Legislature; 278

Stauffer Chemical Co. ; 126, 127, 207
Stein, Hall & Co., Inc. ; 25
Stewart & Richardson, Architects; 3, 380
Stokely-Van Camp, Inc. ; 211
Summer Session budgets, 1960; 390
Summer Session Contingency Reserve, 1959; P1, P84, 172
Summer Session Contingency Reserve, 1960; 390
Surgical Sales, Inc. ; 2
Sutherlin P.T.A. ; 414
Swede Basin Lumber Co. ; 74
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 366

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Teaching positions, reserve for added; 172
Tektronix Foundation; 122, 408
Television Channel 10; P1, P83, 53, 176, 393
Television, Interinstitutional Classroom Experiment; 240, 259
Tennessee Valley Authority; 25, 76, 128, 210, 257, 306, 409
Texaco Scholarships; 367
Texas Co. ; 207
The Dalles Elks Lodge #303; 371
The Dalles P.T.A. ; 366
The Dalles Senior High School National Honor Society; 372
Thrift Shop; 207
Tillamook Kiwanis Club; 211
Title Guaranty Co. ; 122
Tobacco Industry Research Committee; 205
Tri-City P.T.A. ; 366, 406
Triangle Lake P.T.A. ; 258, 371
Tri-County "B" League; 366
Tucker, Max D., Estate; 19, 120
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 23, 124, 365

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Umatilla Canning Co. ; 211
Umatilla County Cattlemen's Assoc. ; 31
Union County Pomona Grange; 230
United Daughters of the Confederacy; 70, 371
United Fruit Co. ; 257
United Lumber Co., Inc. ; 74
U.S. Air Force; 124, 250, 408, 411
U.S. Air Force, Cambridge Research Center; 367
U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology; 120
U.S. Army; 251, 255, 368
U.S. Army, Office of Surgeon General; 125, 208, 367
U.S. Army Ordnance; 71, 204
U.S. Army Quartermaster Research; 25, 76
U.S. Army Signal Supply Agency; 209, 276
U.S. Borax & Chemical Corp. ; 76
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs; 203
U.S. Bureau of Land Management; 210, 306, 408
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; 251
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 76, 128, 209, 258, 409
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Biological Science Branch; 305, 409
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service; 306
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 211, 305, 313, 372
U.S. Dept. of the Interior; 76, 128, 205, 257, 409
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; 25, 77, 210, 306
U.S. Forest Service; 77, 217, 397, 408
U.S. Housing & Home Finance Agency; 43, 46, 49, 71, 81, 120, 187, 308, 372
U.S. National Bank, Portland; 23, 124, 253, 371
U.S. National Defense Education Act of 1958; 7
U.S. Navy; 26, 125, 208, 269, 368, 408
U.S. Navy, Office of Naval Research; 71, 250, 276, 304, 374
U.S. Office of Education; 179, 276, 313
U.S. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation; 373
U.S. Plywood Corp. ; 366
U.S. Post Office; 122
U.S. Public Health Service; 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 48, 71, 73, 75, 83, 121, 122, 123, 125, 182, 184, 204, 206, 208,

214, 215, 250, 252, 276, 280, 308, 309, 310, 368, 373, 375, 408, 411, 412, 413

U.S. Quartermaster Corps; 126
U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee; 204
U.S. Steel Corp. ; 307
University of Idaho; 211

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Accounting & Business Statistics Dept. ; 28
Anthropology; 31
Anthropology & Museum of Natural History Steel Building; 218
Architecture & Allied Arts; 31, 33
Biology Dept. ; 33, 196, 237, 340
Brundage, Bruce B. & Emma, Bequest; 204
Budget; P1, P3, P20, P84, 172
Budget transfers to prevent overdrafts; 195
Bureau of Business Research; 31
Bureau of Municipal Research & Service; 31
Business Administration, degree of doctor of; C31
Business Administration School; 28, 31, 194, 342
Business Education & Secretarial Science Dept. ; 28
Campus Boundaries, extension of; 84
Chemistry; 340, 342
Christensen property purchase; 170
Coed Housing Alumnae Assoc. ; 307
Co-op Mothers; 203
Curricular Adjustments; C5
Dental School (See Dental School)
Development Fund; 70, 372
Development Program; 30
Donation Fund; 304
Dormitory #4; 268, 315
Easement to City of Empire for water line easement across Marine Biology, Biology Station; 58
Easement to Eugene Water & Electric Board; 384
Economics; 31
Editor's Office; 196
Education Building, finishing attic for faculty offices; 218
Education School; 31, 107
Emerald Hall additions for administrative offices; 219
English Dept. ; 194, 340
Erb Memorial Union addition; 5, 268
Eugene, City of, agreement for development of streets & services for married student housing; 163
Failing, Henry, Fund; 204
Fee increase; 131
Finance & Business Economics Dept. ; 28
Foreign Languages Dept. ; 31, 196, 340
Forest Industries Management Center; 28
Geography; 31
Gifts; 19, 70, 120, 203, 249, 307, 370, 410
Gullion property purchase; 58
Harmon, Elizabeth H., Bequest; 70
Health and Physical Education School; 31, 62, 284
Health, Education & Welfare Resistance Study; 244
Heating Plant Addition; 272, 395
Hershiser property purchase; 279
History Dept. ; 31, 340
Institute of International Studies; 105
Institute of Molecular Biology; 61, 155
Journalism School; 31
Kirkpatrick property; 84, 218
Korean Survey Project; 36
Law School; 31
Liberal Arts; 237, 340
Library budget; 105, 397
Library Science, Graduate Program in; C31
Management, Production & Marketing Dept. ; 28
Marine Biology Station, easement to City of Empire for water line; 58
Marine Biology Station, sea water system; 84
Marine Biology Station, water from City of Empire; 84
Married Housing Project; 4, 164, 214, 383
Mathematics; 340
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Dormitory #2; 272
Men's Dormitory #3; 333
Men's Physical Education Building Addition; 89, 103, 181
Metropolitan Park program; 85, 384
Millrace Restoration; 70, 194
Miner Chair in Real Estate; 193
Mothers Club, Roseburg; 203
Museum of Art; 237, 284, 398
Museum of Natural History; 31
Museum of Natural History steel building; 218
Music School; 31
News Bureau; 30, 59, 237, 285
Office of Public Services; 30
Office of Scientific & Scholarly Research; 241
Operating Reserve; 237
Oregon Foreign Trade Interests Study; 341
Personnel Adjustments; B1, P22, 35, 63, 110, 200, 242, 296, 353, 402
Physical Education extension; 196
Physical Plant Operation, Water; 237
Physics; 340
Psychology; 196
Registrar's Office; 237
Rehabilitation Projects, 1959-60; 218
Research appropriation; 286, 341
Salary Savings Reserve; 196, 198
Science Building; 89, 156, 214, 278, 308
Science Building Annex; 155, 232
Science Building site study; 48
Sinking fund increase for bond issue; 131
Social Work program; 17, 227
Sociology; 31, 340
Special Reserve for Supplies & Equipment; 30
Speech Dept. ; 31, 340, 341
Stadium, relocation of north of Willamette River; 85, 384
Starr, Joseph K., estate of; 120
Steen property purchase; 338
Straub Hall room changes; 7
Student Affairs; 196
Student Building fee; 91
Student group to tour orient under auspices U.S.O. ; 276
Student Health Service; 343
Student loan funds from Federal Govt. ; 8
Students; 70
Summer Session budget, 1959; 239, 59
Summer Session budget, 1960; 390
Swangard, W. M., sale of property to; 87
Swimming pool, men's; 89, 181
Swimming pool, old, sale of; 103
Telephone Exchange; 194, 195
Television budget; 240
Traveling Science Demonstration Lecture Program; 56
Villard Hall construction suit; 283
Walton Hall; 272, 333
Waring, Fred, Music Workshop; 59
Westmoreland Housing Project; 383
World Affairs Week; 105

University of Virginia; 410
University State Tuberculosis Hospital; 173
Urban Plumbing & Heating; 181, 334, 395

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Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 207

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Wade, R. M., Foundation; 124
Walla Walla Canning Co. ; 211
Ward, E. L., Jr., Memorial; 410
Warrants, authorization for assistant comptroller or chief accountant to execute bond in case of loss; 390
Washburn-Wilson Seed Co. ; 211
Washington Cooperative Farmers' Assoc. ; 209
Washington High School Associated Students; 371
Ways & Means Committee 1959 Legislature; 89, 174
Weber Showcase & Fixture Co. ; 29
Wellcome Historical Medical Museum; 205
West Coast Beet Seed Co. ; 370
Western Electric Co. ; 366
Western Electronic Manufacturers Assoc. ; 207
Western Golf Assoc. ; 406
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education budget; P1, P12, P84, 172
Western Phosphates, Inc. ; 77
Western Rod & Reel Club; 367
Western Valley Seed Co. ; 211
Westinghouse Education Foundation; 253
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. ; 129, 304, 367, 406, 410
Wheaton College, Scholastic Honor Society; 371
Whitney, Helen Hay Foundation; 309
Wiley Co. ; 29
Wilmsen & Endicott, Architects; 42, 43, 384
Wilson High School P.T.A. ; 26
Wilson, Woodrow, National Fellowship; 19, 203
Winston Public Schools; 406
Wise, Samuel H., Fellowship Fund; 22
Woman's Society of Christian Service; 124
Women's Architectural League of Oregon; 249
Women's Auxiliary, Multnomah Co. Medical Society; 252
Women's Auxiliary, Oregon State Pharmaceutical Assoc. ; 304
Women's Auxiliary, Portland District Dental Society; 122
Women's Auxiliary to Los Angeles County Medical Assoc. ; 410
Woodrow Wilson High School; 367
World University Service; 77
Wrangell P.T.A. ; 371
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; 120
Wy'east High School Boys' League; 371

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Yakima Indian Nation; 371
Young, A., & Son, Iron Works; 53

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Zehntbauer Foundation; 376
Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation; 371














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