OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1961






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Ace Electric Co. ; 69, 107, 298
Administrative Code, hospital charges; 137
Administrative Code, credit hour load for staff members; 374
Administrative Code, tuition-free education for faculty members' families; 52
Admission standards, raising of; 353
Advance planning funds from H.H.F.A. ; 268, 332, 360
African-American Institute; 81
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 118
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Research Foundation; 41, 209, 249, 311
Airefco; 162
Albany P.T.A. ; 32, 306
Alcan Pacific Co. ; 364
Alcoa Aluminum Co. of Am. ; 116
Alcoa Foundation; 39, 382
Allstate Foundation; 152
Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority; 120, 392
Alpha Mu; 392
Alpha Omega Alumni Chapter; 154
Alpha Phi Sorority; 35, 114
Amchem Products, Co. ; 210
American Assoc. of Engineering Education; 234
American Assoc. of University Women; 260, 307
American Cancer Society; 32, 255
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 36, 85, 14, 208, 214, 316
American Chemical Society; 116, 152, 382
American Cyanamid Co. ; 210, 250
American Dairy, Assoc. ; 312
American Dehydrators Assoc. ; 41
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education; 114
American Heart Assoc. ; 158
American Legion Auxiliary, Dundee; 81, 112, 163
American Marietta Co. ; 112, 116
American Medical Education Foundation; 155
American Medical Research Foundation; 255
American Optical Co. ; 212, 312
American Philosophical Society; 212
American Potash & Chemical Corp. ; 81
American Rose Foundation; 159
American Society for Metals; 307
American Society of Clinical Pathologists; 326
Anchorage Chapter #8, Eastern Star; 32
Anchorage High School P.T.A. ; 252
Anchorage Rotary Club; 314
Annand & Boone, Architects; 183, 184
Anonymous donor; 121, 156, 163, 316, 382
Appelgate P.T.A. ; 312
Arcadia Quarterback Club; 81
Argonne National Laboratory; 234
Arlington P.T.A. 320
Army Relief Society; 81, 312
Arnold, Gen. H. H., Educational Fund; 246, 252
Ashland Elks Lodge #944; 92
Ashland Rotary Club; 92, 121
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 92, 320
Asia Foundation; 312, 387
Asphalt Paving Co. ; 320
Associated Blue Lake Green Bean Canners, Inc. ; 306
Associated General Contractors of Am., Inc. ; 207, 393
Associated Oil Co. ; 228
Association Governing Boards; 193, 233
Association of Industrial Advertisers; 152
Association on Am. Indian Affairs, Inc. ; 87
Astoria Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 314
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 120, 287
Astoria High School; 312
Astra Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. ; 85
Atlas Sheet Metal Works; 367
Atomic Energy Commission; 36, 39, 156, 158, 207, 213, 217, 218, 234, 246, 316, 383, 387
Autzen Foundation; 120, 207, 212, 217
Auxiliary to Professional Engineers of Oregon; 157, 217
Avalon Foundation; 255

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Baier, L. S., & Associates; 109
Bainbridge Island Rotary Club; 246
Baker County "B" League; 392
Baker Elks Lodge #338; 122
Baker Soroptimist International; 392
Bakery & Confederacy Workers' International Union of Am. ; 81, 212
Balfour, L. G., Co. ; 382
Balzhiser, Seder & Rhodes, Architects; 365
Bandon Lions Club; 387
Bank of Commerce; 122
Bankers Trust Co. ; 99, 102
Banks High School Moms & Dads Club; 382, 393
Barnes & Hilgers, Architects; 45
Bear, McNeil, Schneider, Bloodworth & Hawes, Architects; 284, 362, 369
Beaverton Elks Lodge #1989; 155, 255
Beaverton Kiwanis Club; 318
Bechtel Bros. ; 106
Bechtel Corp. ; 207
Beekman property, lease of to Jackson County; 191
Bend Community College; 322
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 116
Bennett, Carl, Scholarship; 116
Benson High School Dad's Club; 282
Benson Polytechnic High School P.T.A. ; 392
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 306
Benton County Medical Society; 382
Beta Sigma Phi; 114, 260, 320, 392
Biennial Budget 1961-1963; 171
Biological Humanics Foundation; 214, 390
Birtchet, Myrtle, Memorial Scholarship; 320
Blair & Zaik, Architects; 182, 198, 295
Blue Lake Packers, Inc. ; 306
Blumenthal bequest; 231
Board Committee Assignments; 195
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 24, 1961; 1
March 14, 1961; 44
April 25, 1961; 94
June 13, 1961; 123
July 25, 1961; 181
September 12, 1961; 219
October 24, 1961; 261
December 12, 1961; 329

Board Meetings (Special):

June 26, 1961; 169

Board of Education American Baptist Convention; 312, 81
Board Procedures, Committee on; 139
Board's Land Purchase & Plant Rehabilitation Reserve; 171
Board's Land Purchase & Plant Rehabilitation Reserve, transfer to; 138
Boeing, Co. ; 306
Bonneville Power Administration; 87, 213, 250, 310, 311, 382, 385
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 185
Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research; 118
Bridge Teacher-Parent Organization; 319
Britt Memorial Scholarship; 81, 87, 121, 306, 312, 320
Broiler, The; 320
Brookings Harbor Lions Club; 157
Brookings Plywood Corp. ; 312
Brookings Rotary Club; 320
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 313
Budget, 1961-62; 169
Building Bonds Series 1961A, $2,300,000, Resolution re; 54, 99
Building Bonds Series 1961B, $5,000,000, Resolution re; 59, 101
Building Bonds Series 1962, $3,900,000; 358
Building Committee; 2, 45, 95, 124, 182, 220, 265, 330
Building, Grounds & Capital Outlay; 23, 68, 106, 142, 196, 237, 295, 360
Built-in Furniture contractor, default of Hilliard & Associates, Inc. ; 291
Burns, Bear, McNeil & Schneider, Architects; 10, 13, 71, 72, 74, 129
Burns Elks Lodge; 307
Burns P.T.A. ; 116
Burpee, W. Atlee, Co. ; 87
Business & Professional Women's Club of Portland; 162

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Cadillac Motor Car Division; 122, 163
Calbag Steel Warehouse Co. ; 108
California Chemical Co. ; 41, 160, 210, 250, 311
California Oregon Power Co. ; 81, 213
California State Employees Assoc. ; 207
Callison, I.P., & Sons, Inc. ; 90
Campbell Soup Co. ; 116, 207
Canby Kiwanis Club; 313
Canyonville Business & Professional Women; 260
Carnegie Corp. of New York; 81, 116, 252
Carpenter Foundation; 312, 319
Carpenter, A. S. V., Scholarship Grant; 312
Cascade Printing Co. ; 116
Central Oregon Community College; 262, 322
Central Valley P.T.A. ; 320
Centralized Activities:

Board's office; 111
Budget, P. ; P13, P92, 171
Personnel adjustments; B75, P81, 245, 305

Chancellor's Report; 20, 65, 104, 140, 234
Chapter B.L., P.E.O ; 120
Chemagro Corp. ; 210, 385
Chetco Rexall Drugs; 320
Chi Omega, Portland Alumnae; 256
Chipman Chemical Co., Inc. ; 311
Church, Newberry, Roehr & Schuette, Architects; 49, 70, 297
Civil Service Staff pay adjustments; 174, 180
Clackamas High School Pi Beta; 120
Clatskanie Baptist Church; 318, 392
Clatsop County Community College; 262, 322
Coastal Adult Indian Education Program; 81
Coburg High School Student Body; 319, 320
Coburg P.T.A. ; 92, 312
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. ; 163, 312
Co-Ed Housing Alumnae Assoc. ; 252
Co-Ed Housing, Inc. ; 212
Cole, Clark & Cunningham; 116
College Entrance Board examinations adopted; 20
Collins Radio Co. ; 246
Colton Union High School; 314
Columbia Lions Club; 318
Colyear Motor Sales Co. ; 36
Cominco Products, Inc. ; 90
Commencement Representatives; 104, 201
Commercial Solvents Corp. ; 118, 385
Committee for African Students; 387
Commonwealth Fund; 155
Communications, Petitions, Memorials; 63, 139, 193, 233, 294
Community College Committee; 262, 322
Community College Courses; 235, 262, 322, 375
Community College Program; 139
Comptroller's Investment Report; 228
Condemnation Garrett property, UO; 371
Condemnation Metz Estate property; 75
Confederated Tribes & Bands of Yakima Indian Nation; 158
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 314
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 120
Consolidated Supply Co. ; 36
Continental Can Co., Inc. ; 87
Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago; 99, 101
Contractors Incorporated; 367
Coos Bay American Legion Auxiliary; 92
Coos Bay Area Zonta Club; 91, 121, 260, 319
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield; 48, 373
Corvallis Century Club; 246
Corvallis City Council; 285, 292
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 306, 313, 319
Corvallis Rotary Club; 246
Corvallis Sand & Gravel Co. ; 186
Corvallis Soroptimist Club; 317
Cottage Grove Hospital Guild; 387
Cottage Grove Union High School Parent Teachers Club; 313
Council on Economic & Cultural Affairs, Inc. ; 307
Courtesy appointments; 30, 80, 241
Covert Scholarship Fund; 116
Crater Lake Machinery Co. ; 320
Credit hour load for staff members; 374
Crescent City Women's Club; 246
Creswell P.T.A. ; 312
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 116
Crocker, Betty, Search Scholarship; 307
Croisant Scholarship; 81, 312
Crook County High School Girls' League; 387
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 120, 152, 217, 306, 312, 319, 392
Cubberley Senior High School; 313
Cultures, Inc. ; 210
Curricular Changes, 1961-62; 18
Curriculum Committee; 18, 262
Curry County Court; 385

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Daily Idahoian; 252
Dallas Elementary P.T.A. ; 217
Danforth Foundation; 387
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War; 259
Degree of Honor Protective Assoc. ; 392
Del Norte County, California; 311
Delta Delta Delta; 217, 314
Delta Delta Delta Service Projects Fund; 207
Delta Kappa Gamma; 87, 122, 207, 211, 260, 306, 387
Dental School:

Air Conditioning; 223
Alumni Association; 316
Budget; P1, P5, P23, P92, 170
Business office; 25
Curricular changes; C66
Dental Clinics; P2, P18, P92, 171
Dental Materials, master of science degree program in; C66, 19
Dormitory facilities for women; 178
Eighth floor alterations; 145
Fees increased; 15
Gifts; 35, 84, 113, 154, 214, 254, 316, 389
Kuratli, John, Memorial Fund; 214, 389
Library books & bindings; 25
Operative Dental Clinic; 150
Oral Pathology; 25
Orthodontia, master of science degree program in; 19
Parking facilities; 46, 265
Personnel adjustments; B21, P47, 27, 111, 205, 242, 304
Registrar's office; 25
Research Laboratories & Seminar Rooms (8th Floor) ; 145
Swenson, M. G., Memorial Fund; 84
Various donors to travel account; 316

Devine, C. J., Co. ; 99, 101
Diamond Alkali Co. ; 160
District 3-B Principals & Coaches Assoc. ; 312
Doctors' Supply CO. ; 35
Doernbacher Children's Hospital Guild; 114, 214
Donald Farmers Cooperative; 211
Dormitory charges increased; 16
Dormitory Committee meeting; 15
Dormitory deposit increased; 16
Dormitory projects, square floor analysis; 7
Dormitory Space Standards; 142
Douglas County Home Extension; 207
Douglas Fir Plywood Assoc. ; 165, 202
Dow Chemical Co. ; 160, 207, 312
Drain Lions Club; 320
Dukehart & Kinne, Architects; 362
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E. I. ; 158

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Eagles, Fraternal Order of; 81, 92
Easement to City of Portland for sewer line, Fire Station, Medical School; 237
Easement to Pacific Power & Light Co. across Beekman property, Jacksonville; 374
East Linn Teachers' Assoc. ; 307, 319
East Portland Rotary Club Foundation; 91
East Side Electric; 122
East Side Rotary Women; 120

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Administrative Bldg., paving entrance drive; 133
Alumni Association; 122
Budget; P1, P10, P24, P92, 170, 358
Curricular changes; C154
Dorion Hall addition; 330, 359
Gifts; 92, 122, 163, 218, 260, 320, 392
Grand Ronde Symphony Association; 234
Hoke Hall addition; 24
Hunt Hall addition; 7, 9, 72, 106, 330
Married Student Housing; 47, 95, 197, 226
Personnel adjustments; B66, P74
Science Bldg. ; 269, 270, 360
Sidewalks & Curbs; 133, 240
Summer Session budget; 357
Thirteenth Street Closing; 47, 146

Eastern Star, Order of, Grand Chapter of Oregon; 252, 260
Eastern Star, Order of, Prince Hall Grand Chapter; 307
Eddy Bakeries, Inc. ; 392
Edison P.T.A. ; 252
Election of Board Officers; 124, 195
Electric Club of Oregon; 120, 392
Electric Corporation; 96, 297
Electrical Maintenance Engineer's Assoc. ; 120
Electrical Women's Round Table; 207
Electro Scientific Industries; 87, 207
Electrochemical Society, Inc. ; 157
Elgin P.T.A. ; 163
Elk Lumber Co. ; 255
Elks National Foundation; 32, 87, 152, 320, 382, 392
Elkton Lions Club; 320
Elmira P.T.A. ; 307, 313
Emergency Board; 128, 143, 224, 226
Emerick, Paul B., Co. ; 185
Enrollment Increase, funds for; 289, 301, 352, 358
Eugene Advertising Club; 314
Eugene City Council; 71, 110
Eugene, City of; 64
Eugene, City Panhellenic; 313
Eugene Education Association; 312
Eugene Planning Commission; 64
Eugene Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 364
Evans Products Co. ; 116, 158
Evans Scholarship Foundation; 81, 152, 382, 387
Eugene Rotary Foundation; 313

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Faculty members' families, tuition free education for; 52
Fairbanks High School Associated Students; 87
Federal Communications Commission; 293
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Fee Committee meeting; 15
Fees increased; 175, 354
Fees, nonresident, increase in; 150
Filbert Control Board; 160
Finance Committee; 15, 52, 99, 137, 191, 228, 289, 351
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. ; 81, 112, 252
First National Bank of Chicago; 99, 101
First National Bank of Oregon; 87, 99, 102, 207, 382
First National Bank, St. Paul, Minn. ; 121
First National City Bank of New York; 99, 102
Fisher, Joe, Agency; 321
Ford Foundation; 315
Forest Protection & Conservation Committee; 17
Forest Research Center; 17
Forster & Son, R. L. ; 23
Franklin High School:

Associated Girls; 312
Association; 120
Dads' Club; 318
Faculty; 318, 319

Fraternal Order of Eagles Memorial Foundation Fund; 152, 157
Fraternities & Sororities, racial discrimination; 22
Freightliner Corporation; 43, 382
Friendly-Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. ; 84
Fund for Advancement of Education; 153
Future Homemakers of America, Oregon Association; 207

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Gardiner, Thora B., Junior High Parent Teacher Student Association; 318
Geigy Chemical Corporation; 118, 250
General Electric Foundation; 314
General Extension Division:

Allen property condemnation; 301
Budget; P1, P12, P92, 170
Building addition; 143, 179, 285, 301
General Services Department; 77, 111
Gifts; 92, 122, 164, 218, 321, 393
Personnel adjustments; B72, P79, 244
PSC, joint services with; 170
Portland Summer Session budget; 357
State-Wide Evening Classes; 150

General Insurance Co. of America; 291
General Mills, Inc. ; 307, 387
General Motors Corp. ; 122, 163, 382, 387
General Obligation Bonds; 52, 185, 196, 267, 296, 297, 298, 359, 363, 365, 367
Georgia-Pacific Corp. ; 160
Georgia-Pacific Foundation; 81, 87, 112, 116, 246, 252, 312
Gerber Products Co. ; 311
German Consulate; 218
Gift & Grant Report; 65, 140
Gifts & Grants; 32, 81, 112, 152, 207, 246, 306, 382
Gulini Brothers, Inc. ; 250
Glenwood P.T.A. ; 313
Glide High School Girls' League; 320
Globe Furniture Co. ; 92
Gold Beach Rotary Club; 112
Grace, W.R., & Co. ; 211
Grant High School; 87, 392
Grants Pass High School National Honor Society; 307
Grants Pass High School Varsity Letter Club; 320
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 39
Greeley, Col. W.B., Scholarship; 158
Greenough, Quentin, Inc. ; 144
Gresham Elks Lodge #1805; 32
Gresham Grade Faculty; 319
Gresham Junior Chamber of Commerce; 120, 313
Gresham Union High School; 120, 306, 318
Grolier Foundation, Inc. ; 313, 319

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Hafter, Harry, Furniture Co. ; 39
Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc. ; 99, 101
Hamilton Electric; 363
Hamlin & Martin, Architects; 4, 6, 143
Hanna Ladies; 120
Harder Plumbing & Heating Inc. ; 96, 107, 363, 367
Hardie, Waldo S., & Son; 96, 297
Harris Trust & Savings Bank; 99, 102
Harry property purchase; 110
Hartford Machine Screw Co. ; 321
Harvard University; 152
Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu; 307
Hayslip, Tuft, Hewlett & Jamison; 24
Health Service Survey; 17, 142
Heaton Steel & Supply, Inc. ; 87
Helipont Division, Beckman, Instruments, Inc. ; 117
Helterline Mortgage; 228
Henley High School P.T.A. ; 319
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 85, 255, 306, 312
Heppner High School; 122, 382, 387
Heppner High School Band; 217
Heppner P.T.A. ; 116, 163
Heppner Soroptimist International; 392
Herman's Men's Store; 163
Hermiston Elks Lodge #1845; 116, 163, 307, 387
Hermiston Oregon Education Assoc. ; 218
Hertz, Fannie & John, Engineering Scholarship Foundation; 307
Hewlett, Jamison & Associates; 9, 72, 330, 360, 361
Hewlett-Packard Co. ; 88
Hilhi P.T.A. ; 120
Hill, Louis W. & Maud, Family Foundation; 41, 160, 385
Hilliard & Associates; 96, 107, 185, 291
Hills Chevrolet; 212
Hillsboro Union High School; 217, 318
Home Lumber & Supply Co. ; 320
Hood River Eagles Lodge #2150; 387
Hood River P.T.A. ; 319
House Education Committee; 139
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 32, 51, 53, 126, 268, 314, 331, 332, 360, 361, 362, 376, 394
Hufford, Len, Construction Co. ; 295
Hyatt, Walter, Scholarship Fund; 116

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Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Commission; 311
Illinois Valley High School; 319
Indianapolis Wire Bound Box Co. ; 311, 385
Industrial Forestry Assoc. ; 158, 167, 202
Inland Machinery Co. ; 92, 392
Institute of International Education; 81, 152, 212, 252
Institute of Life Insurance for Family Finance; 82
Insurance, Group Liability Reserve; P1, 171
Inter-University Case Program; 314
Interim Administrative Committee; 236
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 15
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 15
International Business Machines Corp. ; 163
International Cooperation's Admin. ; 152
International Footprint Assoc., Inc. ; 120
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union Federated Auxiliaries; 313
International Minerals & Chemical Corp. ; 160
Interstate Tractor & Equipment Co. ; 92, 321
Investment Report; 228
Irish & Swartz; 228
Iron Fireman Manufacturing Co. ; 120, 246, 392

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Jackson County Court; 191
Jackson County Young Farmers' Club; 306
Jackson Foundation; 37
Japanese Government; 83
Jefferson Lions Club; 306
Jeppsen & Miller, Architects; 23, 296
Job's Daughters, Bend; 252
Job's Daughters, Grand Guardian Council, Order of; 252, 320
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Nyssa; 319
Job's Daughters, International Order of, Portland; 246
Johnson, Mead, & Co. ; 85
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 207, 246, 382
Johnston & Meloy; 74, 199, 370
Joseph P.T.A. ; 122, 163
Junction City P.T.A. ; 259
Juneau Chapter #3, Order of Rainbow for Girls; 87
Junior Achievement of Portland, Inc. ; 120, 306
Junior Service League of Eugene; 389

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Kamehameha Schools Organizations; 387
Kappa Sigma Fraternity; 116
Kelly Foundation; 114
Kenya, Government of; 382
Kern County Land Co. ; 306
KEX-FM Radio Station; 293
Klamath County; 385, 41
Klamath County Retired Teachers Assoc., Unit 5; 91
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 217
Klamath Falls, City of; 137
Klamath Falls First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. ; 43
Klamath Gas Co. ; 320
Klamath Indian Educational Program; 92, 121
Klamath Theaters, Inc. ; 163, 393
Klamath Union High School; 320
Klenzade Products, Inc. ; 90, 250
Klotzbach property purchase; 110
Koolaupoka Lions Club; 246
Kroekerm J. Donald, & Associates; 223

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Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars; 37
La Grande, City of; 47
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 387, 392
La Grande Lions Club; 218
La Grande Masterminds; 163
La Grande Observer; 163
La Grande Rotary Club; 218
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 122
Lake, R. K., & Son; 154
Lakeview Elks Lodge #1536; 256
Lamb-Weston, Inc. ; 119, 306
Land purchase policy; 135
Land Purchases & Plant Rehabilitation, 1961-62; P1, P92, 131
Las Vegas School Bank; 81
Lawrence, Tucker & Wallmann, Architects; 49, 145, 366
Lebanon American Legion Auxiliary; 392
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 87, 252, 382
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 87, 314
Lebanon Union High School Future Teacher of America; 217
Lebanon Union High School Girls' Athletic Association; 207
Lebanon Union High School Girls' League; 207, 260
Lederle Laboratories; 155
Legislative Interim Committee on Small Business; 375, 398
Leman, Wm., Inc. ; 119
Liability, Group, Insurance, Reserve; 171
Lilly, Eli, & Co. ; 385
Linn-Pacific Mechanical Contractors, Inc. ; 108
Loeb property; 231
Longview Fibre Co. ; 246
Lord Bros. Contractors; 106
Lord Electric Co. ; 368
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 48, 95, 126, 267, 298, 365
Lyons, Frank, & Co., Oregon Ltd. ; 196

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Maccabees Unit #6; 214
Madison High School Dads' Club; 120, 246, 318
Madras Elks Lodge #2017; 312
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc. ; 91
Malheur County Oregon Education Assoc. ; 92
Malting Barley Improvement Assoc. ; 250
Manley Plumbing & Heating; 69, 298, 364
Mapleton Lions Club; 307, 313
Mapleton P.T.A. ; 306, 320
Marine Biology, Institute of; 220
Marshfield Junior High P.T.A. ; 319
Marshfield Senior High Future Teachers of America; 313
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc. ; 296
Mayflower Milk District; 211
McCloud River Lumber Co. ; 307
McCormack Construction Co. ; 227
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 112, 114
McKenzie High School Student Body; 387
McMinnville Lions Club; 387
McMinnville Rotana Club; 306
Medford Mail Tribune; 320
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon; 66, 82
Medical School:

Air Conditioning; 223
Alexander, Thelma S., Memorial Fund; 115
Alumni Association; 35, 114, 156, 390
Budget; P1, P4, P23, P92, 170
Cottage Grove Hospital; 233
Crippled Children's Division; P2, P17, P91, P92, 171
Crippled Children's Division Bldg. addition; 13, 129, 295
Crippled Children's Hospital; 65
Curricular changes; C72
Dillehunt, Richard B., request name Medical Research Bldg. ; 193
Dormitory facilities for women; 178, 269, 280, 360, 362
Fees increased; 15
Fire station; 45, 73, 197, 237
Gifts; 35, 84, 114, 155, 214, 255, 316, 390
Hospital charges; 137
Hospital Laboratory; 77
Hospital nurses quarters; 77
Hospital nursing; 77
Hospital occupational therapy; 77
Kahn, Milton E., estate of; 390
Land deeded by Multnomah County for access road; 74
Library Building addition; 269, 278, 360, 362
Medical Research Bldg. ; 368
Medical Science Bldg., remodeling office space; 134
Moody, Francis Ferry, Endowment for Crippled Children; 391
Neuberger, Richard L., Medical Education & Research Fund; 36, 115, 156, 391
Nurses dormitory rehabilitation; 178, 184
Orthopedic Surgery named Richard B. Dillehunt Surgery; 369
Ortschild estate property, sale of; 232, 290
Ortschild, John Francis, Memorial Fund; 232
Parking facilities; 46, 265
Personnel adjustments; B16, P42, 28, 80, 111, 151, 204, 242, 304, 380
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech, Inc., lease; 45
Retaining wall Sam Jackson Park Road; 134
Reznichek, H.S., Estate of; 156
Shaw, Sybil J., bequest; 36
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics; P2, P14, P91, P92, 171
Tucker mortgage; 240
University State Tuberculosis Hospital; P2, P16, P91, P92, 171
University State Tuberculosis Hospital, remodeling; 134
Viano, Catarina R., estate of; 215
Woodard bequest property, sale of; 215
Woodard, Ida S., estate of; 317
York, Sarah F., bequest to Doernbacher Hospital; 256

Medo-Bel Dairy; 320
Midland Superior Express Ltd. ; 250
Miles Laboratories, Inc. ; 41, 90
Mills, Victor, Memorial Award; 91
Milton-Freewater Elks Lodge; 256
Milton-Freewater Teachers Assoc. ; 218, 320
Milwaukie High School; 120
Milwaukie Lutheran Church; 120
Milwaukie Rod & Gun Club; 87, 382
Miss Lincoln County Pageant; 307
Modesto High School Girls' Athletic Assoc. ; 313
Molalla Area Teachers' Assoc. ; 319
Monmouth Cooperative Warehouse; 160
Monroe Union High School; 207
Monsanto Chemical Co. ; 90, 160
Montana State Elks Assoc. ; 314
Montgomery Electric Co. ; 367
Moore, Geo. A, & Associates, Inc. ;295
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York; 99, 101
Moro Women's Club; 313
Morris, L.H., Electric Co. ; 23, 108, 185, 364
Morrow County Division Oregon Education Association; 122
Morrow County Tuberculosis & Health Association; 317
Morrow, Robert D., Inc. ; 107
Mortar Board Scholarships; 116
Motorola Communications & Electronics; 393
Moty & Van Dyke; 320
Mouldingcraft, Inc. ; 320
Mt. Angel Farmers Union; 211
Mt. Emily Division, Boise Cascade Corp. ; 163
Mu Phi Epsilon Patroness Assoc. ; 81, 312, 313
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 87
Multnomah Bar Foundation; 211
Multnomah County land to Medical School; 74
Multnomah Medical Society; 85
Multnomah County Tuberculosis & Health Association; 114
Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc. ; 247
Musicians' Mutual Association; 211
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc. ; 256
Myrtle Creek P.T.A. ; 157
Myrtle Point P.T.A. ; 319

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National Association of Artificial Breeders; 385
National Association of Secondary School Principals; 157, 382
National Bank of Commerce, Seattle; 157
National Council for Stream Improvement; 117, 119, 208, 250
National Council to Combat Blindness; 155
National Defense Education Act; 104, 247
National Foundation, Inc., Multnomah County Chapter; 37, 390
National Fund for Medical Education; 156
National Institute of Mental Health; 153
National Institutes of Health; 224, 392
National Merit Scholarship Corp. ; 112, 116, 152, 217
National Park Service; 112, 212, 315
National Science Foundation; 13, 16, 32, 36, 40, 48, 82, 88, 91, 109, 112, 117, 152, 158, 162, 208, 212, 224,

225, 247, 252, 259, 308, 314, 350, 383, 388

National Turkey Federation; 119, 160
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc. ; 215
Newberry, Roehr & Schuette, Architects; 266, 364, 370
Newport P.T.A. ; 319
Newport Port Commission; 373
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 260
Nonresident fee, increase in; 150
North American Commercial Gladiolus Growers; 210
North Bayside Grange; 139
North Bend High School Band; 320
North Bend High School Girls' League; 313
North Bend Soroptimist Club; 318
North East Portland Kiwanis Club; 120
North Pacific Canners & Packers, Inc. ; 119
North Salem High School Girls; 313, 319
North Star Anchorage Kiwanis Club; 387
Northwest Canners & Freezers; 210, 306
Northwest Packing Co. ; 207
Noyes, Jessie Smith, Foundation, Inc. ; 81
Nutrilite Foundation; 306
Nutrition Foundation; 89
Nyssa Aerie #2134 F.O.E. ; 387

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Oakland Lions Club; 368, 382
Oakridge Lions Auxiliary; 313
Oakridge P.T.A. ; 42, 313, 319
Oberlin College; 116
Office of Institutional Research; 358
Officers, Board, Election of; 124
Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. ; 160
Olinger, J.E., & Sons; 313
Olsen, J.O., Mfg. Co. ; 196
ONC-SO. CAL Scholarship Foundation; 246, 260, 319
Ontario Elks Lodge; 256
Ordnance Materials Research Office; 248
Oregon Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation, Inc. ; 84
Oregon Association of Chiefs of Police; 64
Oregon Association of City Police Officers; 64
Oregon Association of Club Women; 252
Oregon Association of Future Farmers of America; 392
Oregon Bulb Florist & Nursery Council; 91
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 116, 120
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189, Women of; 391
Oregon City Senior High School; 120, 318
Oregon Coast Veneer; 92, 120, 307, 320

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Audio-Visual Aids; 26
Budget, P1, P8, P24, P92, 170, 358
Campbell Hall remodeling; 133, 183
Campus Laboratory School; 26
Campus Laboratory School gym remodeling; 133, 183
Classroom Television; 26
Cooperative speech; 26
Curricular changes; C130
Dad's Club; 121
Dormitory for 150 students; 10, 71
Education & Psychology; 26
Gifts; 42, 91, 121, 217, 259, 319, 392
Library & Library Books; 26
Library Bldg. addition; 269, 272, 360, 361
Music; 26
Personnel adjustments; B61, P69, 206
Physical Education Bldg. expansion, storage area in basement; 133, 183
Residence Hall; 7, 107, 291
Science; 26
Social Science; 26
Student-Center Commons, conversion unfinished area; 184
Summer Session budget; 357
Todd, Jessica, Hall, remodeling; 23
Vanderpool, Lois, Estate of; 42

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers; 81, 87, 91, 92, 116, 157, 163, 382, 392
Oregon Consumer Finance Association; 393
Oregon Dairy Industries; 87, 306
Oregon Dairy Products Commission; 250
Oregon Education Association; 217, 314
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 311
Oregon Farm Bureau Federation; 207
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 387
Oregon Feed & Seed Dealers Assoc. ; 117
Oregon Filbert Commission; 90, 116
Oregon Forest Research Laboratory; 17
Oregon Heart Assoc. ; 86, 155, 215, 248
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 246
Oregon Industrial Arts Assoc. ; 246
Oregon Joint Council of Marine Biology; 220, 300
Oregon Museum of Science & Industry; 387
Oregon, Nevada, California Fast Freight, Inc. ; 252
Oregon Nurses Association; 317
Oregon Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 152
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 32, 112, 120, 211, 313, 319
Oregon Potato Commission; 250
Oregon State Bar; 253
Oregon State Board of Dental Examiners; 155
Oregon State Employees Assoc. ; 81, 157, 313, 382
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. ; 306
Oregon State Game Commission, Division of Fisheries; 210, 386
Oregon State Grange; 87, 92, 314, 320, 382, 392
Oregon State Pharmaceutical Assoc., Women's Auxiliary; 384
Oregon State Sheriffs' Assoc. ; 64

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Acona; 65, 109, 220
Agricultural Research, Experiment Stations; P2, P19, P91, P92, 171
Animal Diagnostic Laboratory; 199
Associated Women Students; 307
Astor Branch Station; 176
Beach property location for TVOR; 144
Bexell, Dena S., estate of; 158
Braly estate property, purchase of; 291
Budget; P1, P6, P24, P92, 170, 358
Classified Dept. of Defense Material, resolution re; 239
Coe property purchase; 187, 225
College Playhouse; 145
Computer Research Center; 13, 16, 224, 366
Courtney property purchase; 187, 225
Crop dryer, Hyslop farm; 68
Curricular changes; C5
Dad's Club Dean's Emergency Fund; 87
Dad's Club Scholarships; 116
Dormitory #4; 7, 72, 108
Dormitory #6; 284, 359, 369
Durbin property purchase; 132, 147
Eastern Oregon Branch Station; 176
Educational Foundation; 306
Federal Aviation Agency-agreement to operate TVOR facility; 144
Federal Cooperative Extension Service; P2, P21, P91, P92, 25, 171, 376, 377
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 149, 167, 202
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 149, 165, 202
Forest Research Laboratory; P91, 17, 149, 165, 167, 171, 172
Foundation; 32, 116, 247, 313, 319
Fourteenth Street extension; 97
Gifts; 39, 87, 116, 157, 207, 246, 306, 382
Gilder property; 199
Greenhouse construction; 224
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship; 306
Hawks, property purchase; 187
Health Service Bldg. ; 23
Horticulture specialists; 377
Hyslop Agronomy Farm crop dryer; 68
Interfraternity council; 39
Jackson property purchase; 351
Jefferson Street dormitory facilities; 284, 369
Jefferson Way extension; 186
Johnson, Robert, Trust, Fellowships; 87
Kimlinger property purchase; 132, 148
Klamath Branch Experiment Station; 41
Leinonen, Larry, Memorial Scholarship; 306
Library Bldg. ; 4, 143, 179
Library Bldg. (old) rehabilitation; 269, 274, 360, 361
Lighting in classrooms, improvement; 133
Long-range planning; 292
Lusk property purchase; 132, 146
MANIAC III Computer; 16
Marine Science Laboratory; 48, 373
Market News Service; 377
Married Student Housing; 296
McDonald Fores & Adair tracts, forest rehabilitation; 230
McEldowney property purchase; 146
Memorial Union Board of Governors; 370
Memorial Union Bldg. Additions; 370
Memorial Union Bldg. Alterations; 370
Mitchell Playhouse; 145
Moreland & Cree property purchase; 200
Mothers' Club, Portland; 158
Mothers' Club, Salem; 246
Music Dept. ; 157
Nichols property purchase; 238
North Willamette Branch Experiment Station; 176, 182, 198, 295
Northwest Economic Atlas; 378
Oceanographic research ship; 65, 109, 220
Oceanographic research ship #2; 350
Oregon Forest Products Research Center; 17
Patt property purchase; 186
Personnel adjustments; B25, P48, 30, 80, 151, 241, 303
Pharmacy School; 18
Physics-Chemistry Bldg. addition; 351, 383
Presidential home, purchase of; 199
Radiation Center; 224
Range management specialists; 377
Resolution approving preliminary planning Library Bldg. ; 6
Rowley & Parker Tree Farm Service; 230
Rutledge property purchase; 350
Schoenfeld, W. A., estate of; 87
School of Science Honors Program; C10
Shell Service Station property; 237
Ship for Oceanographic research; 65, 109, 220
Ship for Oceanographic research, #2; 350
Simmons, Joseph E., Trust Fund; 306
Soil Fertility study; 211
Starks property purchase; 147
Summer Session budget; 357
Thirteenth Street closing; 285
TVOR facility operated by Federal Aviation Agency; 144
Umatilla Branch Station; 176
Utility Tunnel extension; 97, 136, 179, 366
Water line replacement; 133
West Hall; 7
Western Forest Biology Laboratory; 136, 144, 172, 186
Women's Interhall Council; 157
Women's Physical Education Bldg. remodeling for faculty offices; 133
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Research Laboratory; 48
Yoder property; 226

Oregon Strawberry Council; 160

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Annexation of campus to Klamath Falls; 137
Budget; P1, P11, P25, P92, 170
Classroom Bldg. ; 2, 222, 287
Construction program; 127, 130
Curricular adjustments; C164, 263, 325
Gifts; 43, 92, 122, 163, 218, 320, 393
Heat Exchanger Bldg. ; 2
Laboratory Bldg. ; 2, 287
Land purchase; 98
Master Plan; 221
Order of the "O" ; 163
"Owl Hoots" ; 218
Personnel adjustments; B69, P76, 381
Physical Education Bldg. ; 288
Salary scale for academic staff; 173
Site development; 179
Site grading; 196
Wells; 179

Oregon-Washington Lawmann's Assoc. ; 64
Orides Mothers; 112
Ortho-Pharmaceutical Co. ; 92

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Pacific High School; 320
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 165, 167, 202, 250
Pacific Power & Light Co., easement to for power line & pole across Beekman property Jacksonville; 374
Pacific Supply Cooperative; 386
Pacific Trailways; 320
Paint Research Institute; 248
Pape Bros. ; 321
Paper Industry Management Assoc. ; 246
Parke, Davis & Co. ; 37
Payless Drug Store; 320
Payne & Struble, Architects; 330
Pendleton Altrusa Club; 392
Pendleton Assoc. of Teachers; 392
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 87, 256, 307
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 307, 392
Pendleton Rotary Club; 313
Penisula Education Assoc. ; 207
P.E.O. International Peace School; 212
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter CC; 207
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Coos Bay; 306
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Roseburg; 307
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Portland; 306, 313
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter; 207
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. ; 318
Personnel; 27, 79, 111, 151, 204, 241, 303, 379
Pfizer, Chas., & Co., Inc. ; 86
Phi Beta Alumnae; 313
Phi Beta Patronesses; 313
Phillips Petroleum Co. ; 210
Pi Lambda Theta Alumnae Chapter; 211
Picker, James, Foundation; 155
Pilot Rock Lumber Co. ; 116
Pine Valley P.T.A. ; 218
Pioneer Flouring Mill Co. ; 163
Plant Rehabilitation & Minor Capital Outlay Projects; 133
Police Science, need for training in; 139
Polk County Farmers Cooperative; 211
Port Orford Rotary Club; 92
Portco Corp. ; 248
Portland Academy of Medicine; 37
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech, Inc. ; 45, 238
Portland, City of; 45, 73, 98, 189, 197, 237, 286
Portland District Dental Society, Women's Auxiliary; 84, 390
Portland Elks Lodge; 256
Portland Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. ; 231
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations; 156
Portland Fire Dept. ; 45
Portland General Electric Co. ; 153, 318
Portland Kiwanis Club; 217
Portland Panhellenic Assoc. ; 306
Portland Public Schools; 91, 217
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 32, 81, 120, 152, 158

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Budget; P1, P7, P25, P92, 170, 358
Bldg. remodeling, 1711 S.W. Broadway, 1724 & 1734 S.W. Park; 134
Bldg. repairs; 25
Business office; 25
Classroom Bldg. South; 12, 189, 299, 367
College Center; 189, 299, 366, 368
Conversion supply & duplicating space Science Division; 134
Cooperation Assoc. ; 120
Counseling & Student Affairs; 25
Crosswalks; 98
Curricular changes; C76
Dads' Club; 120
Earth sciences, degree program in; C95, 19
Education Division; 25
Foothills freeway; 188
Gifts; 42, 91, 120, 162, 217, 259, 318, 392
Humanities Division; 25
Library & Library Books; 25
Library Bldg. ; 189, 294
Library Bldg., 1st Addition; 269, 282, 360
Long-range planning for expansion; 188, 286
Mail Service; 25
Marshall property condemnation; 24
Master of Science & Master of Arts degrees in education, postponed; 20
Middle East Studies; C79, 19
Mothers' Club; 120
Old Main remodeling for physical education activities; 134
Old Main remodeling, storerooms, conference rooms, laboratories, education division; 134
Old Main remodeling, workshop, dressing rooms for Theatre Arts; 134
Personnel adjustments; B53, P62, 80, 206, 243, 305
Physical Education Bldg. ; 286
Science Bldg. ; 189, 286, 329
Science Division; 25
Shattuck School; 188
Social Science Division; 25
Social Work, graduate school of; P91, 105, 172, 235, 294
South Park Hall; 367
State Hall; 189
Student Center; 189, 299
Telephone Exchange; 25
Urban Studies; C80, 19

President's Report; 20, 63, 103, 138, 193, 233, 292, 359
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 32, 387
Primate Center; 66, 235
Property offered for sale; 268
Prudential Bldg. Assoc. ; 157
Pulp & Paper Industry; 202
Puyalup Education Assoc. ; 313

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Quill & Scroll Foundation; 252

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Radio Station KEX-FM; 293
Ralston Purina Co.; 246
Rayonier, Inc. ; 246
RCBS, Inc. ; 321
Reader's Digest Foundation; 313, 315
Red Raider Booster Club; 91
Reed Institute; 387
Reeder's, Dick, Store for Men; 320
Research funds, importance of; 66
Research programs, organization of; 66
Research to Prevent Blindness; 215
Resolution approving preliminary planning OSU Library Bldg. ; 6
Resolution authorizing advance planning, EOC Science Bldg. ; 270
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds Medical School Dormitory for Women Students; 280
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds Medical School Library Bldg. addition; 278
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds OCE Library Bldg. addition; 272
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds OSU Old Library Bldg. ; 274
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds PSC Library Bldg. addition; 282
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds SOC Physical Education Bldg. addition; 276
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Administration Bldg. ; 348
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Central Heating Plant addition; 340
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Humanities, Chapman & Condon Halls additions; 338
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Library Bldg. addition; 334
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Marine Biology Station; 344
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Music Bldg. addition; 342
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Science Bldg. 2nd addition; 336
Resolution authorizing advance planning funds UO Womens' Physical Education Bldg. addition; 346
Resolution condemning Allen property, GED; 301
Resolution condemning Garrett property, UO; 371
Resolution condemning Metz estate property, UO; 75
Resolution honoring Cabell, Henry F. ; 139
Resolution honoring Jones, W.C. ; 194
Resolution honoring Strand, A. L. ; 193
Resolution, Humanities Bldg., UO, approving preliminary planning; 125
Resolution on elimination of racial discrimination in fraternities & sororities; 22
Resolution re classified Dept. of Defense material, OSU; 239
Resolution re $2,300,000 Building Bonds, Series 1961A; 54, 100
Resolution re $5,000,000 Building Bonds, Series 1961B; 59, 102
Resolution re School of Social Work; 105
Resources for the Future, Inc. ; 33
Reynolds Metal Co. Scholarships; 318
Riddle P.T.A. ; 313
Ritter Co., Inc. ; 113
Rockefeller Foundation; 248, 256
Rogue River Valley College Women's Club; 313
Rohm & Hass; 161
Roosevelt High School Dads' Club; 120, 318
Roosevelt High School Student Body; 120
Roseburg Business & Professional Women's Club; 307
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326l 307
Roseburg Rotary Ann Club; 306
Roseburg Rotary Club; 307
Roseburg High School Girls' League; 307
Roseburg High School National Honor Society; 307
Roseburg High School Nebo Scholarship; 307, 312
Roseway Lions Club; 120
Ross Bros. Construction Co. ; 136, 366
Roswell Area Council P.T.A. ; 120
Royal Esquire Club; 120
Ruson Laboratories, Inc. ; 256

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Sacajewea Hotel; 218
St. Helens Junior High School P.T.A. ; 319
St. Regis Paper Co. ; 307
Salary Scale for Academic Staff; 173
Salem Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 392
San Francisco Ordnance District; 209
Scappoose Union High School National Honor Society; 157
Scholarship program; 104
Schrader Construction Co., Inc. ; 24
Scott Paper Co. ; 91
Scott Plumbing CO. ; 23, 296
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 246, 252, 307
Seattle Junior Chamber of Commerce; 392
Self liquidating projects, financial program for; 52
Shakespearean Festival; 234
Shell Companies Foundation; 246
Shell Development Co. ; 42
Shemanski Trust Fund; 37
Sheridan Grain Co. ; 211
Sherman County Historical Society; 313
Sherman High School Booster Club; 387
Sherwood High School Girls' League; 42
Sherwood High School Mom & Dad's Club; 120
Shields, W. H., Co. ; 69, 298
Silverton Union High School; 307, 318, 319
Simplot, J.R., Co. ; 119
Skidmore, Owings & Merril, Architects; 2, 46, 127, 130, 188, 190, 196, 221, 222, 265, 286, 288
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 212, 252
Smith, Barney & Co. ; 99, 101
Smith, Ralph L., Lumber Co. ; 307
Society for Preservation & Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America; 163
Socony Mobil Oil Co. ; 246
Soil Conservation Service; 42, 119
South Bend F.O.E. ; 387, 393
South Bend High School Girls' League Scholarship; 313
South Eugene High School Junior Business Leaders; 260
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 32, 42, 112, 116, 121, 313, 319

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Ashland General Hospital; 223
Brace property purchase; 132, 148
Budget; P1, P9, P24, P92, 170
Carpenter Foundation; 294
Cascade Hall addition; 7, 8, 196, 359, 362
Caton property purchase; 147
Churchill Hall rewiring; 133
Curricular changes; C140
Dads' Club; 92
Gifts; 91, 121, 260, 319
Haines property purchase; 148
Health Service Bldg. ; 223, 359
Klein property purchase; 148
Miscl. gifts; 320
Monroe property purchase; 200
Mothers' Club; 121
Newton, Margery, Loan Fund; 121
Personnel adjustments; B63, P72, 31, 244, 305
Physical Education Bldg. addition; 269, 276, 330, 360
Summer Session budget; 357
Tennis Courts; 11
Track facilities; 11

Southern Oregon Conservation & Tree Farm Assoc. ; 165, 167, 202, 203
Southern Oregon State Bank; 319
Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 120
Southwestern Oregon Community College; 235, 241, 262, 322, 323, 375
Specialized Service Co. ; 320
Spencer Chemical Co. ; 161
Sperry & Hutchinson Co. ; 313
Stadium High School Activity Fund; 307
Staff members. credit hour load for; 292
Standard Insurance Co. of Oregon; 228
Standard Oil Co. of California; 158, 207
Stanfield P.T.A. ; 313
Stanton, Boles, Maguire & Church, Architects; 50, 124
State Board of Forestry; 17, 202
State Census Board; 192
State Constitutional Revision Committee; 259
State Dept. of Agriculture; 91
State Dept. of Education; 253
State Dept. of Employment; 213
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 129, 295
State Dept. of Planning & Development; 192
State Emergency Board; 128, 143, 175, 179, 187, 196, 224, 226, 286, 287, 288, 290, 350, 351, 352, 354, 366
State Emergency Board, $150,000 appropriation for increased enrollments; 357
State Forestry Dept. ; 167
State Game Commission; 48
State Scholarship Commission; 104
Stateman-Journal Employees Assoc. Fund; 313
Stauffer Chemical Co. ; 157, 161, 251
Stayton Canning Co. ; 157
Steeck Electric Co. ; 196
Stewart & Richardson, Architects; 12, 143, 285, 367
Straus, John, Testamentary Trust; 319
Stuart Mechanical, Inc. ; 196
Summer Session board charge increased; 16
Summer Session budget, 1962; 356
Summer Session Contingency Reserve, 1961; P1, P92, 171
Summer Session Contingency Reserve, 1962; 357
Summer Session fees raised; 15
Summer Session Workshops, 1961; P1, P92, 171
Sunset High School; 318, 392
Superior Troy Laundry & Dry Cleaners; 163
Surgical Sales, Inc. ; 35

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Tech-Craft, Inc. ; 108, 297
Tektronix Foundation; 33, 84, 153, 254
Tektronix, Inc. ; 209, 260
Tennessee Valley Authority; 42, 90, 119, 210
Texaco, Inc. ; 158, 246
The Dalles High School Girls' League; 387
The Dalles High School National Honor Society; 313
Tice Electric Co. ; 106
Tillamook County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 313, 319, 390
Tillamook Kiwanis Club; 42, 121
Timber Structures, Inc. ; 386
Tobacco Industry Research Committee; 215
Todd, A.M., Co. ; 90, 385
Todd Bldg. Co. ; 108, 196
Transicold Corp. ; 90
Triangle Lake P.T.A. ; 121, 319
Tri-Co. "B" League of Coaches' & Principals' Assoc. ; 307
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 317
Tucker, Max, Scholarships; 81, 87, 112, 116, 313
Tuition-free education for faculty members families; 52

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Umatilla Indian Reservation; 393
Underwood Corp. ; 43
Union Junior Women's Club; 163
United Fruit Co. ; 251
U.S. Air Force; 82, 309, 315
U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research; 153
U.S. Air Force Research & Development Command; 89
U.S. Army Chemical Center Procurement Agency; 383
U.S. Army Dept. ; 89
U.S. Army Office of Surgeon General; 113, 257, 309, 384
U.S. Army Ordnance Corps; 33
U.S. Army, San Francisco Ordnance District; 309
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 225
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; 89, 162, 251, 386
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Animal Husbandry Research Division; 42, 162, 251, 386
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Biological Science Branch; 90, 161, 251, 386
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Bureau of Reclamation; 90, 161
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service; 172, 186
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Marketing Service; 90, 161
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service; 211, 386
U.S. Dept. of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads; 309
U.S. Dept. of Defense; 239
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 33, 42, 83, 92, 122, 162, 164, 213, 217, 218, 315, 321, 388
U.S. Dept. of Interior Fish & Wildlife Service; 117

National Park Service; 112, 212, 315

U.S. Forest Service; 161, 251, 386

Pacific Northwest Forest Range Experiment Station; 90

U.S. National Bank of Portland; 81, 87, 112, 116, 120, 207, 217, 232, 306, 313, 314, 319
U.S. Navy Dept. ; 89, 118, 384
U.S. Office of Civil & Defense Mobilization; 89
U.S. Office of Education; 153
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 35, 39, 83, 109, 253, 317, 388
U.S. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation; 33, 253, 315, 317
U.S. Public Health Service; 33, 35, 37, 40, 45, 83, 86, 89, 112, 113, 115, 118, 145, 154, 155, 156, 159, 209,

213, 214, 215, 225, 235, 248, 253, 254, 257, 310, 316, 317, 318, 384, 388, 390, 391

U.S. Quartermaster Corps. ; 117, 158
U.S. Steel Corp. ; 211
University of California; 113
University of Nebraska; 233

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administration Bldg. ; 332, 348
Alley, vacation of between Columbia & Moss Streets; 110
Beall, Robert V., estate of; 351
Beekman, Carrie C., bequest; 191
Bennett property purchase; 15
Budget; P1, P3, P23, P92, 170, 358
Bureau of Business Research; 192
Bureau of Municipal Research; 32, 192, 376
Business Administration, School of; 192
Business Office; 26
Campbell, Prince Lucien, Hall; 193
Carpenter Scholarship; 312
Cemetery bill; 146
Central Heating Plant addition; 332, 340
Columbia Street closing; 71
Counseling work disapproved; C54, 19
Curricular changes; C39
Delivery Service; 25
Dental Hygienists Alumnae Assoc. ; 154
Dental School (See Dental School)
Development Fund; 81, 152, 154, 351
Dormitory #4; 7, 227, 297
Dormitory #5; 7, 70, 96, 291
Dormitory #6; 143, 182, 359, 371
Dormitory #7; 7, 71, 130, 182, 185, 291
Edmiston property purchase; 14
Education Bldg. attic, faculty offices; 11, 69, 237
Erb Memorial Student Union addition; 49, 96, 144, 266, 363
Faculty Center remodeling; 331
Failing-Beekman Prize Fund modification; 77
Failing, Henry, Fund; 212
Friendly Hall attic for faculty offices; 11, 69, 237
Friends of the museum; 389
Garrett property condemnation; 371
Gifts; 32, 81, 112, 152, 211, 252, 312, 387
Hawley property purchase; 14
Health & Physical Education School, D.Ed. Degree; C55
Honors College program; C41, 18
Humanities Bldg. ; 50, 124, 125, 179, 193
Humanities, Chapman & Condon Hall additions; 332, 338
Johnston property purchase; 76
Library Bldg., 1st addition; 332, 334
Maddaugh property purchase; 373
Marine Biology, Institute of; 48, 332, 344
Married Student Housing; 68, 95, 126, 227, 267, 298, 359, 364
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Physical Education Bldg. addition; 133, 365
Mercer property purchase; 200
Metz estate property condemning; 75
Mothers; 211
Music Bldg. addition; 332, 342
Personnel adjustments; 27, 79, 111, 204, 241, 304, 379, B1, P26
Personnel Officer II; 26
Phi Gamma Delta property; 198
Physics Dept. remodeling; 25
Pioneer Memorial Park Cemetery; 146
Planning Committee; 65
Primate & Rodent Laboratory; 227
Psychology Animal Research Laboratory; 48, 109, 298
Psychology Dept. ; 48
R.O.T.C. training; C56, 19
School District #4, Lane County, agreement with; 229
Science Bldg. ; 227
Science Bldg., 2nd addition; 332, 336
Starr, Joseph K., estate of; 112
State Economic & Planning Survey; 192
Stout, William W., estate of; 212
Student Health Service; 377
Summer Session budget; 357
Television, Inter-Institutional Classroom; 304
Urban Planning Projects No. Ore. P-19, Ore. P-20, Ore. P-22; 376
Westmoreland Village; 68, 95, 126, 227, 267, 298, 359, 364
Women's Physical Education Bldg. addition; 332, 346

University of Richmond; 387
Upjohn Co. ; 39
Urban Plumbing & Heating; 368

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Vancouver Avenue 1st Baptist Church; 42
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 39, 215
Vik Construction Co. ; 70, 237, 363

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Wade, R. M., Foundation; 87
Ward, Edward L., Jr., Memorial Scholarship; 314
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for War Orphans, Inc. ; 255
Wasco County Weed Committee; 119, 161, 251, 312
Washington County Oregon Education Assoc. ; 121
Washington High School Associated Students; 120
Wayman, O.R., General Contractor; 368
Ways & Means Committee; 174
West Coast Beet Seed Co. ; 311
West Coast Lumberman's Assoc. ; 165, 203
Western Electric Co. ; 307
Western Electronic Manufacturers Assoc. ; 116
Western Engineers, Inc. ; 162
Western Farmers Assoc. ; 161, 211, 312
Western Forest Industries Assoc. ; 165, 167, 202, 203
Western Golf Assoc. ; 246
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education; P1, P91, 171
Western Pine Assoc. ; 165, 167, 202, 203
Western Rod & Reel Club; 246
Western Wood Preserving Operators Assoc. ; 203
Westinghouse Broadcasting Co., Inc. ; 293
Weyerhaeuser, Charles A., Memorial Foundation; 121
Weyerhaeuser Co. Foundation; 87, 246, 252, 307, 314
Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. ; 83, 251, 386
White City Associated Teaches; 92
Whitehall Foundation, Inc. ; 314
Whitney, Helen Hay, Foundation; 390
Willamette Valley Lumberman's Assoc. ; 165, 167, 202, 203
Willamina Union High School P.T.A. ; 157
Willis Plumbing & Heating; 297
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank, Architects; 11, 13, 71, 130, 143, 182, 331
Wilson, Woodrow, Junior High P.T.A. ; 314
Wilson, Woodrow, National Fellowship Foundation; 32
Wolff & Zimmer, Architects; 361
Women of St. Elizabeth Parish; 257
Women's Advertising Club; 121
Women's Architectural League of Oregon; 112, 113
Women's Auxiliary Good Samaritan Hospital; 307
Women's Auxiliary to Jackson County Medical Society; 390
Women's Benefit Association; 122
Women's Society for Christian Service; 120, 313
Wood, Johnson & Rose, Inc. ; 296
Woodstock National Bank; 307
Wy'East High School Boys' League; 320
Wy'East High School Future Teachers of America; 319
Wy'East High School, Yasui Memorial Scholarship Fund; 392
Wy'East P.T.A. ; 122, 387, 392

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Xi Alpha Lambda; 392

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Yakima Indian Nation; 392
Yoncalla Lions Club; 307, 313
Youel, W.E. Construction Co. ; 70, 237, 365

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