OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1963






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Ace Electric Co. ; 202, 357, 517
Administrative Code amended, attorney general's opinions; 534
Administrative Code amended, Patent Policy; 452
Administrative Code amended, staff members terms of service; 534
Administrative Code amended, uncollectable accounts; 451
Administrative Code amended, Vice Chancellor of Business Affairs & Comptroller; 459
Admission requirements; 375
Admission standards for out-of-state students; 93
Advance planning for buildings; 212, 521
African-American Institute; 542, 547
Aero Club of Oregon; 423
Agency for International Development; 272, 549
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 123
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Extension Service & Experiment Stations Committee; 165, 396
Agricultural Research Foundation; 59, 123, 337, 478, 545
Air Conditioning Buildings; 212
Air Reduction Co. ; 196, 342
Albany Altrusa Club; 473
Albany Parent Teachers Assoc. City Council; 63, 490
Alcoa Foundation; 191
Allied Chemical Corp. ; 279
Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority; 126, 491
Alpha Gamma Delta; 187, 548, 554
Alpha Mu; 556
Alpha Phi Cardiac Aid; 117
Alpha Phi, Portland Alumnae; 190
American Assoc. of Colleges for Teacher Education; 560
American Assoc. of University Women; 473
American Business Women's Assoc. ; 551
American Can Co. ; 59
American Cancer Society; 52, 406, 417, 485, 549
American Cancer Society, Ore. Division, Inc. ; 56, 343, 485, 551
American Chemical Society; 62, 115, 406
American College of Musicians; 479
American Cyanamid Co. ; 61, 410
American Dairy Assoc. ; 478
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education; 275, 485
American Heart Association, Inc. ; 192, 277, 417
American Hereford Assoc. ; 123
American Heritage Assoc. ; 163
American Institute of Timber Construction; 61
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon; 488
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Ashland; 114, 282
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Dundee; 59, 125, 339, 473, 490, 547
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Portland; 551
American Legion Baseball Commission; 119
American Legion, Dept. of Oregon, Portland; 126
American Medical Assoc. Education & Research Foundation; 275, 485
American Metal Climax, Inc. ; 123
American Personnel & Guidance Assoc., Nancy C. Wimmer Award; 166
American Petroleum Institute; 406
American Pipe & Construction Co. ; 56
American Poultry & hatchery Federation; 478
American Society for Metals; 334
American Society of Civil Engineers, Oregon Section; 277
American Society of Women Accountants; 421
American Thoracic Society; 256
Ames Co., Inc. ; 342
Andersen-Westfall Co., Inc. ; 202
Annand & Boone, Architects; 38, 217, 286
Anonymous Donor; 125, 126, 195, 340, 555
Arcade Chapel Choir; 491
Area Redevelopment Administration; 9, 10, 19
Arnold, Gen. Henry H., Educational Fund of Air Force Aid Society; 473, 476, 479, 480
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 491
Asia Foundation; 52, 547
Associated Blue Lake Green Bean Canners, Inc. ; 473
Association of Industrial Advertisers; 547
Astor, John Jacob, Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 114, 187, 548
Astoria Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 553
Atlas Sheet Metal Co. ; 512
Atomic Energy Commission; 52, 56, 120, 192, 272, 278, 406, 483, 544, 552
Attorney Generals opinion on PSC Parking Structure; 359
Attorney General's opinions, Administrative Code amended; 534
Attwell, Inc. ; 123
Audit reports of Educational Activities; 249
Auditing staff, employment of; 458
Aurora Women's Club; 554
Ausland Construction Co. ; 388
Autzen Foundation; 281, 338, 412
Auxiliary to Professional Engineers of Oregon; 59, 421

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Baker Elks Lodge #338; 195, 556
Baker Kiwanis Club; 282
Baker Rotary Club; 542
Baker Soroptimist International; 556
Balsiger Logging Co. ; 553
Balsiger Motor Co. ; 57
Balzhiser, Seder & Rhodes, Architects; 38, 139, 220, 351
Bandon Community Scholarship Fund; 553
Bank of America, N.T. & S.A. ; 344
Bank of America, N.T. & S.A., The First Boston Corp., Mellon National Bank & Trust Co. ; 159
Bankers Trust Co., First National City Bank, Joint Managers & Associates; 159
Banks High School Moms & Dads Club; 490
Barnes & Hilgers, Architects; 3, 71, 175, 240
Baroid Division, National Lead Co. ; 192
Basche-Sage Hardware Co. ; 195
Baseball, New York City; 114, 479
Bate Lumber Co. ; 126, 282
Bate Plywood Co., Inc. ; 473
Bay Motors; 126
Bear, McNeil, Schneider, Bloodworth & Hawes; 40, 101, 155, 178, 180, 221, 267, 288,

289, 350, 352, 353, 511, 513, 526

Beaverton High School Student Body; 63
Beaverton Lodge #110, A.F. & A.M. ; 62, 194
Betchel Corp. ; 333
Bellevue High School Associated Student Body; 63, 542, 554
Belport Co., Inc. ; 415
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 282
Benson High School Dad's Club; 62
Benson Polytechnic High School Student Body; 63, 542, 554
Benton Co. Medical Auxiliary; 473
Benton Co. Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 544
Beta Sigma Phi; 275, 479, 556
Biennial Budget, 1963-1965, Transfer from "A" to "B" Budget for increased enrollments; 23
Biological Humanics Foundation; 56, 552
Blanchard Construction Co. ; 289
Blue Lake Packers, Inc. ; 473
Blue Mountain Beef Feeding Assoc. ; 279, 410
Blue Mountain College; 429
Blue Mountain Lanes; 126
Board Committee appointments; 165
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 22, 1963; 1
March 12, 1963; 65
April 23, 1963; 138
June 11, 1963; 214
July 9, 1963; 284
September 10, 1963; 349
October 28, 29, 1963; 433
December 9, 10, 1963; 509

Board Meetings (Special):

May 6, 1963; 201
August 1, 1963; 344
November 1, 1963; 493

Board of Education of the American Baptist Convention; 114, 547
Board Procedures Committee; 165, 376
Board's Unallocated Reserve; 293
Boeing Co. ; 405
Boise Soroptimist Club; 405
Boise Zonta Club; 119
Bonds, Buildings, Series 1963A, $10,500,000; 83, 159, 167, 305
Bonds, Buildings, Series 1963B, $10,000,000; 253
Bonds, Buildings, Series 1963B, $9,600,000; 308, 313, 322, 344, 434
Bonneville Power Administration; 61, 123, 194, 279, 337, 394, 410, 478, 545
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 36, 178
Britt Memorial Scholarship Fund; 194, 473, 479, 490, 491
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 547, 553
Brookings Emblem Club; 547
Brookings-Harbor High School; 490
Brookings-Harbor Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 490
Brookings Plywood Corp. ; 473, 547
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 57, 277, 555
Brunswick Corp. ; 38
Budget adjustments & reductions; 466, 493
Budget, annual, 1963-64; 173, 292, 449
Budget, Biennial, 1963-1965; 299, 466, 493
Building Bonds Series 1963A, $10,500,000; 83, 159, 167, 305
Building Bonds Series 1963B, $10,000,000; 253
Building Committee; 2, 66, 139, 165, 215, 285, 350
Building Program 1961-1963; 501
Building Program 1963-1965, Financing; 203, 215, 501
Building Program 1963-1965, Self-Liquidating Projects, financing; 21, 82, 209, 305
Building Program 1963-65, Self-Liquidating, Revision of; 88
Building Program 1965-1967, Self-Liquidating, Revision of; 88
Building Program 1963-1965, Tax Refunds; 210, 527
Buildings, Grounds & Capital Outlay; 36, 98, 175, 265, 326, 384
Bunker Hill Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 422
Bureau of Advertising of American Newspaper Publishers Assoc., Inc. ; 273
Bureau of Census; 274
Bureau of International Education; 187
Burlingame Recreation Center; 473
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 58, 282, 542
Burpee, W. Attlee, Co. ; 120
Burton & Miller; 126
Byoir, Carl, & Associates, Inc. ; 330

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California Chemical Co. ; 194, 280, 337
California Packing Corp. ; 473
California Packing Corp., Athletic Assoc. ; 473
Callison, I.P., & Sons, Inc. ; 125
Campbell Soup Co. ; 277, 333, 478
C & B Livestock Co., exchange of land, OSU; 392
Cannon Electric Co. ; 405
Carnegie Corp. of New York; 481
Carpenter Foundation; 52, 55, 58, 63, 114, 126, 187, 190, 191, 192, 195, 272, 282, 333,

473, 479, 485, 490, 491, 547

Carrick, John, & Son; 178
Carver, David J., Jr., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 187
Central Lane YM-YWCA; 405, 479
Central Oregon College; 424
Centralized Activities, Personnel Adjustments; 51
Century Club for Women, Inc. ; 339
Chancellor's Report; 32, 93, 166, 258, 323, 379, 466, 535
Chase Co. ; 517
Chase Manhattan Bank; 160
Chemagro Corp. ; 61, 124, 410, 545
Church of Latter Day Saints of Jesus Christ; 554
Claggett, W.D., Mechanical Contractors; 177
Clark Charitable Trust; 115
Clarke Electric Co. ; 179
Clarke Mortgage purchase; 46
Clatsop College; 426
Cleveland High School Dad's Club; 125, 195, 281
Clover Park High School Art Club; 114
Coburg High School; 543
Coburg Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 63, 547
Cole, Clark & Cunningham; 277
College Women's Club of Rogue River Valley; 126, 491
Collins, Foundation; 339
Collins Medical Trust; 417
Collins Radio Co. ; 475
Colton High Alumni Assoc. ; 491
Columbia Hospital Auxiliary; 479
Columbia Lions Club; 194
Commencement Representatives; 166, 328, 460
Commercial fire insurance for self-liquidating buildings; 321
Committees, Board; 165
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 32, 256
Community College Committee; 537, 540, 578
Community College Courses; 401, 424
Comptroller, Administrative Code amended; 459
Condon Lectures; 323
Confederated Tribes & Bands of Yakima Indian Nation; 194, 277, 281, 282
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 52, 283, 543
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 283, 548
Consumers' Power; 394, 478
Continental Can Co., Inc. ; 59
Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates; 160
Cooley Scholarship; 126
Coordinating Council, Board of Higher Education & Board of Education; 35, 364
Coordinating Council for Graduate Study Guidelines; 316
Coos Bay Area Soroptimist Club; 115, 187, 192
Coos Bay Zonta Club; 282
Coos County Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club; 479
Coquille Lions Club; 63, 491
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield; 9, 146, 384
Corrigan Communications, Inc. ; 340
Corvallis Chamber of Commerce; 422
Corvallis, City of; 436
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 473, 479, 490
Corvallis Junior Chamber of Commerce; 543
Corvallis School District; 15, 108
Corvallis Women's Club; 473
Cottage Grove High School; 473, 479, 490
Cottage Grove High School Parent Teacher Club; 422, 479
Council on Economic & Cultural Affairs, Inc. ; 120, 193
Cove Cooperative Cherry Growers Assoc. ; 545
Covert, Lloyd & Leona, Scholarship; 191
Crater High School; 126
Creswell Education Assoc. ; 491
Creswell Parent-Teacher-Student Federation; 473
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 191, 473
Croisant Scholarship; 126
Crook County High School; 277
Crown Zellerbach Corp. ; 280, 337, 540
Crown Zellerbach Found. ; 187, 191, 195, 277, 405, 422, 423, 479, 488, 552
Culture Club of Portland; 479
Cultures Incorporated; 410
Curricular Changes 1963-64, 24
Curriculum Committee; 24, 163, 165, 316, 371, 401, 465
Curry County Court; 124

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Danforth Foundation; 52, 114, 272, 406
Data Processing equipment; 458
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War; 423
Davenport Engineers; 253
Del Norte County, Calif. ; 338, 478
Delinquent accounts, administrative code amended; 451
Delta Kappa Gamma; 63, 126, 342, 412, 490, 547, 555
Delta Sigma Theta; 547

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Air conditioning basement, ground, 1st & 2nd floors; 212
Budget 1963-64, P1, P5, P24, P121; 293, 450
Dental Clinics, P2, P18, P121; 293
Dormitory for 170 Women Students; 83, 209, 266, 287
Fraternity property gift; 4
Gifts; 55, 117, 189, 275, 331, 415, 484, 551
Holding area for waste disposal; 291
Incidental fee increase; 47
Kuralti, John, Memorial Fund; 55
Male student housing; 4, 510, 288
Personnel adjustments; 49, 111, 471
Psi Omega Dental Fraternity; 4, 288, 510
Student Building Fee; 47
Student Health Service fee; 47
Summer Session clinic fee; 47
Vacation portion S.W. Grover St. ; 520

Devine, C.J. & Co., Joint Managers & Associates; 161
Diamond Alkali Co. ; 280, 338
Dillard Kiwanis Club; 282
Dillard Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 542
Division of Continuing Education:

Audio-Visual Services Dept. budget; 184
Budget, P1, P12, P25, P121; 293
Change of program fee; 47
GED name changed to DCE; 301
Gifts; 64, 127, 196, 283, 343, 423, 492, 556
Office & Studio Bldg., 2nd Addition; 212
Office Bldg. addition; 289
Overseas study program; 163
Portland sessions summer budget; 531
Programs offered through; 465

Doernbecher Hospital Guild; 56
Dole Corporation; 478
Dormitory Committee meeting; 47
Douglas County Home Extension; 333
Douglas, David, High School; 421
Douglas Fir Plywood Assoc. ; 395
Dover Air Force Base School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 473
Dow Chemical Co. ; 61, 280, 333
Drain Lions Club; 547
Dukehart & Kinne, Architects; 79, 387, 521, 526
Duke-Lab Foundation, Inc. ; 190
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E.I. ; 405

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Eagle's Memorial Foundation; 555
East Anchorage High School; 405

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Baccalaureate programs; 25
Budget 1963-64, P1, P10, P25, P121; 293, 450
Campus Plan, long-range; 98
Dormitory for 104 students; 210, 305
Eocene Court Apts. ; 210
Gifts; 63, 126, 195, 282, 342, 423, 492, 556
Hunt Hall 2nd Addition; 305
Letterman's Club; 283
Library Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 212
Oesterling, Robert G., Memorial Student Loan Fund; 196
Otten, Fred, Emergency Loan Fund; 196
Science-Mathematics Bldg. ; 177, 211, 215, 216, 223, 270, 385, 502, 527
Teaching majors in music, art & business; 25

Eastern Ore. Television, Inc. ; 126
Economics Laboratory, Inc. ; 124
Edison Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 330
Educational Coordinating Committee; 213
Educational Facilities Laboratories, Inc. ; 340
Educational Television & Radio; 467, 495, 498, 500
Educators Furniture & Supply Co., Inc. ; 39
Educators Manufacturing Co. ; 287, 356, 512, 517
Election of Officers; 325
Electric Club of Ore. ; 542
Electric Corporation; 518
Electrical Women's Round Table; 542
Elks National Foundation; 119, 126
Elmira High School; 547
Elmira High School Parent-Teacher Club; 547
El Paso Natural Gas Co. ; 330
Ely, Nevada Elks Lodge #1469; 119
Emerick, Paul B., Co. ; 36
Engineering Council for Professional Development; 564
Enloe Electric, Inc. ; 266
Enrollment, out-of-state; 32, 169
Enrollments, budget adjustments for; 449
Entrance requirements raised; 495
Erb Memorial Union Bldg., 1st Add. ; 37
Eugene Business & Professional Women's Club; 189, 547
Eugene City Council; 157, 197
Eugene, City of; 327, 393
Eugene City Panhellenic; 479
Eugene Coca Cola Co. ; 105
Eugene Education Assoc. ; 479, 490
Eugene Register-Guard Twenty-Year Club; 52
Eugene Rotary Club; 412
Eugene Zonta Club; 187
Evangelical United Brethren Church; 114
Evans Scholarship Foundation; 114, 272, 547
Executive Committee; 165
Ex-Newboys' Assoc. ; 422

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Falk, Maurice & Laura, Foundation; 481
Family Counseling Service; 488
Farmers Insurance Group; 190, 486
Federal Communications Commission; 364
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Federal Republic of Germany; 281
Fee Committee meeting; 47
Fee Schedule, nonresident; 32, 169
Field Emission Corp. ; 476
Filbert Control Board; 338
Finance; 46, 110, 184, 397
Finance Committee; 18, 80, 157, 165, 249, 292, 369
Fire Insurance, commercial , for self-liquidating bldgs. ; 321
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. ; 114, 272, 547
First Boston Corporation; 159
First Christian Church, Portland; 554
First National Bank of Chicago & Associates; 160, 344
First National Bank of Oregon, Portland, Harris Trust & Savings Bank,

The Chase Manhattan Bank & Associates; 345

First National Bank, Portland; 119, 160
First National City Bank, Bankers Trust Co.--Joint Managers & Associates; 159, 345
First Presbyterian Church, Astoria; 547
First Presbyterian Church, Medford; 491
Fisher, Joe, Motors; 556
Florence Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 125
Ford Foundation; 187, 282, 330, 413
Ford Foundation, Fund for Advancement of Education; 549
Ford Motor Co. Fund; 280
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 395
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 395
Foundation for Instrumentation Education & Research, Inc. ; 405
Fountain Wholesale Co. ; 126
Frankfurt American Community Scholarship Assoc. ; 119
Franklin High School; 554
Franklin High School Dads' Club; 473
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Auxiliary #259, La Grande; 282
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Klamath Falls; 473, 556
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Memorial Foundation Fund; 114, 272, 542, 547
Fraternities & Sororities, Discriminatory Clauses in Charters; 28
Freightliner Corp. ; 473
Friendly-Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. ; 117, 416
Fritsch & Kozlovski, Consultants; 89, 253
Fullerton IV Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 114, 187, 473, 547
Fund for Advancement of Education; 187
Fund for Dental Education, Inc. ; 189
Future Business Leaders of America; 491
Future Farmers of America, Oregon Assoc. ; 58

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Gardiner Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 491
Gardiner-Reedsport Lions Club; 473
Gardiner, Thora B., Junior High School; 479
Geigy Agricultural Chemicals; 124, 410
General Construction Co. ; 265
General Electric Foundation; 549
General Extension Division (See DCE)
General Foods Fund, Inc. ; 334, 542
General Motors Corp. ; 547
General Services Administration; 239
Georgia-Pacific Foundation; 59, 114, 187, 191, 195, 196, 412, 473, 479, 490
Gerber Baby Foods; 475
Gerber Products Co. ; 478
German Government; 339
Gift & Grant Report; 258
Gifts & Grants; 52, 114, 187, 272, 330, 405, 473, 542
Gifts & Grants, policies & fiscal controls; 453, 456, 533
Gillette Co. ; 475
Gilroy Rotary Club; 52
Glass Drug Co. ; 126
Glide High School Girls' League; 52, 542, 555
Glide Kiwanis Club; 63, 542, 555
Glide Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 479
Gold Beach Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 114
Governor's Committee on Employment of Physically Handicapped; 412
Grace, W.R., & Co. ; 124
Graduate professional education programs; 371, 461
Grand Chapter of Oregon, Order of Eastern Star; 473
Grand Chapter Order of Eastern Star, Columbus; 479
Grand Guardian Council of Oregon, International Order of Job's Daughters; 405, 413, 422, 488
Grand Lodge Vasa Order of America; 479
Grande Ronde Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 490
Grant High School Dads' Club; 62, 125, 281, 554
Grant High School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 554
Grants Pass Public Schools; 126
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 474
Greenough, Quentin, Inc. ; 40
Gresham Junior Chamber of Commerce; 554
Gresham Rotary Club; 490
Gresham Union High School; 422, 489, 554
Grolier Foundation, Inc. ; 114, 187
Group Liability Insurance; 293
Guidelines; 316
Gunderson Bros. Engineering Corp. ; 278
Gyro Club; 542

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Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates; 160, 346
Halvorson, H., Inc. ; 357
Hamilton Electric; 37
Hamilton Watch Co. ; 334
Hamlin & Martin, Architects; 78, 514, 521
Hansen, C.J., Co. ; 40, 102, 512, 515
Harder Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 37
Hardie, Waldo S., & Son; 517
Harding, V.A., Construction Co. ; 38
Harris Trust & Savings Bank, The First National Bank of Oregon, Portland, Chase Manhattan Bank; 160
Harstad Associates; 448
Harvey Aluminum, Inc. ; 423
Haupert Tractor Co. ; 192
Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation; 115
Hegler, Rollin, Fund; 282
Helena Public Library; 422
Hemet Hospital Auxiliary; 547
Henley Parents & Patrons; 126, 555
Heppner Band Parents Club; 547
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 547
Heppner High School Student Body; 547, 556
Heppner Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 114, 195, 342
Heppner Soroptimist Club; 548
Hercules Powder Co. ; 124
Hermiston Elks Lodge #1845; 126, 556
Hermiston Kiwanis Foundation; 191
Hermiston Senior High School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 334
Hertz, Fannie & John, Engineering Scholarship; 475
Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 9, 10, 98, 146, 218, 270, 385
Hewlett Packard Co. ; 120
Higher Education Bond Sinking Funds; 454
Hill, Louis W. & Maud, Family Foundation; 61, 280, 338, 545
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 63, 114, 490
Hillsboro Kiwanis Club; 554
Hillsboro Lions Club, Inc. ; 474
Hillsboro Union High School; 405, 422
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 9, 10, 19, 72, 88, 99, 115, 122, 143, 146, 157, 175, 177, 197, 212,

219, 223, 253, 265, 329, 397, 399, 448, 449, 480, 521, 549

Housing for single students, report; 77, 128
Houston Endowment Inc. ; 479
Hunt Foundation; 476
Hyatt, Walter, Scholarship Fund; 547
Hyslop Agricultural Research Memorial Foundation; 119, 543
Hyster Co. ; 475

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IGA Store, Sweet Home, mortgage on; 529
Illinois Valley High School; 547
Illinois Valley High School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 282
Industrial Forestry Assoc. ; 556
Inland Machinery Co. ; 492
Institute of International Education; 52, 119, 126, 282, 330, 491
Institute of Life Insurance for Family Finance; 188
Insurance Committee; 165, 321
Insurance Committee Report; 89, 255
Insurance, Group Public Liability; P1, P121
Interinstitutional Committee on Professional Education; 558
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 47
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 47
International Business Machine Corp. ; 272
International College of Dentists; 484
International Longhoremen's & Warehousemen's Union; 492, 542
Investment Report; 370
Irving Trust Co. ; 191

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Jackson County Young Farmers Club; 492
Jackson Foundation; 63, 339, 475, 488, 490, 548
Jackson Foundation Scholarship Fund; 555
Jefferson County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 556
Jefferson Lions Club; 474
Jefferson Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 548
Jefferson Scholarship Foundation; 59, 114, 334, 474
Jeppsen & Miller, Architects; 40, 41, 102, 360, 515
Jewel Ice Cream Co. ; 277, 542
John, B.P., Furniture Corp. ; 36
Johnson, Mead, & Co. ; 118
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 119, 334, 474
Johnston & Meloy; 180, 511
Joint-Campus graduate program at OSU & UO; 319, 464
Joseph Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 195
Josephine County; 125
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 473
Junction City Education Assoc. ; 490
Junction City Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 491
Junior Achievement of Portland, Inc. ; 62, 474
Junior Colleges, Coordinating Council for; 35
Junior League of Portland; 554
Junior Post Departmental Chapeau 8 & 40, Veterans of Foreign Wars; 552

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Kamehameha Schools; 542
KATR Radio Station; 52
Keleket X-Ray Corp. of Oregon; 64
Kelley, Grant, & Associates; 394
Kendall Heating Co. ; 289
Kennecott Copper Corp. ; 114
Ketchikan High School; 119, 474
Kimberly Clark Corp. ; 492, 548
Kinzua Pine Mills; 542
Kiwanis Club of Southwest Hills; 62
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 334
Klenzade Products; 124
KMED Radio Station; 192
Kodiak Business & Professional Women's Club; 547
Kodiak Emblem Club; 547
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates, Engineers; 7, 141, 387, 389, 434, 525
KSHA Radio Station; 126
KTVA Northern Television, Inc. ; 479
Kuhn, Loeb & Co. & Associates; 160, 345

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La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 283
La Grande Lions Club; 283
La Grande Observer; 282
La Grande Rotary Club; 283
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 126, 342
Land purchases; 83, 209, 210, 211, 215, 223, 306, 527
Land purchases & plant rehabilitation; P1, P121, 293, 501
Lane County, exchange land with UO; 76
Lane County Oregon Education Assoc. ; 548
Lane County Title Co. ; 361
Lane, Joseph, Junior High Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 474
Lathrop, Austin E., High School; 548
Lebanon Education Assoc. ; 474
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 473, 547
Lebanon High School; 405, 412
Lederle Laboratories; 485
Lincoln County OCE Alumni Assoc. ; 491
Legislature, 1963; 97, 167, 261
Legislature, 1963, Ways & Means Committee; 144, 145, 167, 203, 210, 252, 263, 301, 364, 494
Legislature, 1965; 458
Lehman, William, Co. ; 280
Lew Chevrolet Co. ; 405
Lewis & Clark College; 423, 550
Liberty Elementary School Staff; 412
Library Committee; 165
Licensed Beverage Industries, Inc. ; 480
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 406, 417
Lilly, Eli, & Co. ; 118, 410, 417
Linn-Pacific Mechanical Contractors, Inc. ; 513
Lone Pine Scholarship Fund; 334
Longview Fibre Co. ; 474
Lord Bros. Contractors, Inc. ; 287, 518
Lord Electric Co., Inc. ; 287
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 101, 240

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Madison High School Dads' Club; 195, 338, 542, 548, 554
Madras Elks Lodge #2017; 556
Madras High School Faculty; 556
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc. ; 280
M & R Dietetic Laboratories, Inc. ; 118
Mapleton Lions Club; 543
Mapleton Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 474
Married Student Housing Report; 77, 128
Marshall High School; 542, 554
Marshall High School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 554
Marshfield Senior High School; 491
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc. ; 40, 177, 178, 512
McClure & Adkison; 116
McDowell-Catt Foundation., Inc. ; 273, 275
Mckenzie River High School Boys' League; 542
McKenzie-Willamette Hospital Auxiliary; 332
McKettrick Scholarship Fund; 489
McLaughlin Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 266
McLoughlin Union High School; 191
McNeil Laboratories, Inc. ; 486
Medford Elks Lodge #1168; 52
Medford Junior Women's Club; 491
Medford Mail Tribune; 492
Medford Public Schools; 52, 187, 192
Medford Senior High School; 190, 473, 475, 491
Medford Zonta Club; 492
Medical Education Committee; 165
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon; 190, 456, 457

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Alumni Assoc. ; 276, 418
Beltz, Hannah Catherine, estate of; 275
Budget, 1963-64; P1, P4, P23, P121, 293, 450
Cafeteria facilities; 526
Cardiovascular research project; 78
Clark, Jennie W.M., estate of; 118
Class of 1938; 276
Cooperative doctoral program in speech pathology & audiology; 379, 431
Crippled Children's Division; P2, P16, P120, P121, 293, 467, 495, 498, 500, 506, 508
Dormitory for 170 women students; 83, 209, 266, 287
Field experience fee; 47
Gifts; 55, 117, 190, 275, 332, 416, 485, 551
Harrison property foreclosure; 369
Heating Plant (Boiler) ; 211, 223, 501, 527
Incidental fee increase; 47
Kinsell, Alma, estate of; 417
Knox, Lillie, estate of; 252
Library Bldg. addition & Alterations; 211, 224, 502, 521, 527
McDowell, Robert H., estate of; 57
Medical Science Bldg. alterations for anatomy & nursing; 3, 240
Medical Science Bldg., 3rd floor remodeling; 3, 240
Medical Science Bldg., 5th floor alterations; 212
Neuberger, Richard L., Medical Education Research Fund; 57
Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospital; P2, P17, P120, P121, 293
Outpatient Clinic budget; P14
Outpatient Clinic Bldg. Add. ; 350, 526
Outpatient Clinic Bldg., alterations 3rd & 4th floors; 212
Personnel adjustment; 50, 111, 185, 271, 329, 403, 471, 541
Physical Plant Stores inventory; 400
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech; 431
Quitclaim deed on Lillie Knox property; 252
School of Nursing; 400
Sears, Louise J., estate of; 421
Shearer property foreclosure; 370
Speech & Hearing Clinic; 431
State Tuberculosis Hospital Hospital, Salem, assigned to; 257
State Tuberculosis Hospitals; 467, 495, 498, 500, 506, 508
Student Health Service fee; 47
Student Nurses' Assoc. of UO School of Nursing; 332
Teaching Hospital, 11th floor alterations; 78, 181, 387
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics; P2, P14, P120, P121, 293, 467, 495, 498, 500, 505, 508
University State Tuberculosis Hospital; P2, P17, P120, P121, 293
University State Tuberculosis Hospital patients transferred; 256
Vacation Lowell St. ; 440
Wasmer, Rudolph, estate of; 486
York bequest property foreclosure; 369, 370

Meier & Frank Foundation; 339
Mellinger, Edward Arthur Educational Foundation; 114, 479
Mellon National Bank & Trust Co. ; 159
Memorial Scholarship Fund; 126
Mental Health Assoc. of Oregon; 413
Miller's Department Store; 342
Milliam & Robertson, Consulting Actuaries; 90
Mills, Victor, Award; 282
Milton-Freewater Educators Assoc. ; 342
Milton-Freewater Teachers; 543
Milwaukie High School; 195, 554
Milwaukie High School Girls' League Scholarship; 191
Milwaukie High School Physical Education Dept. ; 192
Milwaukie High School Student Activities Fund; 125
Mink Farmers Research Foundation; 338
Mobil Oil Co. ; 486
Mockford & Rudd, Architects; 73, 435, 524
Molalla Area Teachers Assoc. ; 474
Monsato Chemical Co. ; 281
Montgomery Electrical Co. ; 518
Moore Hamilton Memorial; 491
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 161, 345
Morris, L. H., Electrical Co. ; 36, 102, 513, 515, 516
Morrison, Carl E., Memorial Scholarship; 479
Morrow County National Foundation; 491
Mortgage, investment of pooled endowment funds in; 529
Mt. Hood Excavation Co. ; 38
Mountain Copper Co., Ltd. ; 410
Mu Phi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Chapter; 281
Mu Phi Epsilon, Eugene Alumnae Chapter; 479
Mu Phi Epsilon Patroness; 114, 187
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 119
Multnomah Bar Foundation; 52
Multnomah County Medical Society; 118
Murphy, Bill, Athletic Award; 548
Murray, Ada, Loan Fund Committee; 340
Musicians Mutual Assoc., Local; 689, 479
Musicians Mutual Protective Assoc. ; 413
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc. ; 190
Myrtle Creek Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 405
Myrtle Point High School; 492

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National Aeronautics & Space Administration; 334, 486
National Assoc. for Advancement of Colored People, Portland Branch; 29
National Assoc. of Home Builders Scholarship Foundation, Inc. ; 119, 277
National Assoc. of Secondary-School Principals Scholarship Board; 542, 548, 555
National Assoc. of Social Workers, Oregon Chapter; 554
National Bank of Commerce, Seattle; 192
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education; 539, 559
National Council for Stream Improvement; 193, 407, 410
National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation; 190, 485
National Educational Television & Radio Center; 64
National Electrical Contractors Assoc. ; 405, 422
National Foundation, Inc., Multnomah County Chapter; 57, 190, 417
National Fund for Medical Education; 275
National Honor Society, Diamond S. Chapter; 277
National Honor Society, Washington D.C. ; 548
National Institutes of Health; 8, 20, 40, 195, 336, 422
National Lead Co., Baroid Division; 192
National Merit Scholarship Corp. ; 192, 272
National Park Service; 53, 188
National Restaurant Foundation; 474
National Science Foundation; 38, 39, 40, 53, 59, 115, 120, 195, 196, 239, 273, 278, 281, 335, 359,

407, 414, 422, 439, 476, 481, 489, 543, 549

National Society of Daughters of Am. Revolution; 489
National Turkey Federation; 410
Naugatuck Chemical Division of U.S. Rubber Co. ; 410
Neah-Kah-Nie Parent Teacher Club; 556
Nebo Scholarship Fund; 474
Nelson, Howard, Construction Co. ; 525
New buildings, operation & maintenance of; 293
Newberry, Roehr & Schuette, Architects; 38
Newspaper Fund, Inc. ; 330
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 282
Nickum, W.C., & Sons, Naval Architects; 239, 439, 529
Nonresident students; 32, 169
North Eugene High School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 479
North Salem High School; 474, 490
Northgate Kiwanis Club; 548
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc. ; 338, 410
Northwest Natural Gas Co. ; 389, 440
Northwest Public Power Assoc. ; 411
Nutrition Foundation, Inc. ; 121

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Oakland Lions Club; 114
Officers, election of; 325
Omark Industries, Inc. ; 542
O.N.C. -So. Cal. Scholarship Foundation; 126, 474, 479
Order of Rainbow Girls; 492
Oregon AFL-CIO, opposed to tuition increases; 32
Oregon Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation, Inc. ; 332
Oregon Assoc. for Health, Physical Education & Recreation; 474, 548
Oregon Association of Broadcasters; 479
Oregon Association of Club Women; 554
Oregon Association of Future Farmers of America; 277, 543
Oregon Association of Homemakers of America; 474
Oregon Beauticians' Assoc. ; 190, 276
Oregon Bulb Florist & Nursery Council; 125
Oregon City High School Pioneer Dads Club; 474
Oregon City Lions Club; 554
Oregon Coast Veneer; 548, 555
Oregon Collectors Assoc. ; 548

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Alumni Association; 341
Budget, 1963-64; P1, P8, P25, P121, 293, 450
Campbell Hall; 38, 167, 211, 215, 217, 223, 286, 290, 469, 497, 501, 527
Class of 1962; 341
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg. ; 177, 211, 215, 223, 502, 527
Demonstration Training Center; 315
Dormitory deposit; 48
Dormitory #5; 67, 209, 222, 305, 435, 526
Dormitory #6; 210, 305, 355
Gifts; 63, 126, 195, 282, 339, 422, 490, 553
Humanities & Social Science Bldg. ; 217, 286
Library Bldg. addition & alterations; 211, 224, 502, 527
Mothers' Club; 341
Personnel adjustments; 186, 271, 404, 472
Student Counseling & Testing Services budget; 110
Student Health Service Bldg. ; 41, 178
Summer Sessions budget; 531
Swindel property condemnation; 328
Teaching majors in Physical Education, Music & Education; 25

Oregon conference of United Church of Christ; 491
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc. ; 52, 58, 63, 114, 119, 126, 187, 195, 272, 277, 338,

339, 342, 405, 412, 489, 542, 554

Oregon Dairy Industries; 192
Oregon Dairy Products Commission; 124, 411
Oregon Education Assoc. ; 492
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 194
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. ; 192, 333, 542
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 282, 548
Oregon Filbert Commission; 194, 338
Oregon Heart Assoc. ; 57, 118, 121, 193, 418, 486
Oregon Holly Growers Assoc. ; 411
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 405
Oregon Horticultural Society; 338
Oregon Industrial Arts Assoc. ; 405
Oregon Journal; 555
Oregon Nurses' Assoc., District #11, Roseburg; 55, 190, 275
Oregon Nurses Assoc., Springfield; 548
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 282, 542, 554, 556
Oregon Program; 173, 263, 339, 549, 555
Oregon Public Employees Retirement System; 89
Oregon Sportswriters & Sportscasters Assoc. ; 542
Oregon State Elks Assoc. ; 52, 58, 114, 118, 119, 126, 486, 542, 548, 553, 555
Oregon State Employees Assoc. ; 114, 126, 272, 277, 474, 491
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. ; 196, 334
Oregon State Fish Commission; 478
Oregon State Game Commission; 62
Oregon State Grange; 125, 474, 491, 554, 556

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Acona, ocean research vessel; 166, 239
Administration Bldg. ; 98, 212
Agricultural Experiment Stations; P2, P21, P120, P121, 293, 467, 495, 498, 500, 507, 508
Agriculture Hall remodeling; 353
Agriculture Hall reroofing; 314
Apperson Hall; 221, 289, 439
Averill farm purchase; 79
Beach farm development; 240
Budget 1963-64; P1, P6, P24, P121, 293, 450
Business Administration, Master of, degree program; 25
Callahan, Ida Burnett, Hall (Dorm. #8) ; 441
Campus boundaries expanded; 147
Coliseum reroofing; 324
Computer Bldg. ; 501, 514, 527
Cooperative Bookstore Assoc. ; 454
Cordley Hall, 1st Addition; 211, 224, 502, 527
Corvallis Laundry condemnation; 105, 181, 327
Crew house replacement; 240
Dads' Club; 58, 121, 192
Dept. of Educational Activities Audit; 249
Dept. of Intercollegiate Athletics Audit; 249
Dock & Approach at Yaquina Bay; 218, 265
Dormitory #6 & Cafeteria; 104, 178, 512
Dormitory #7; 83, 101, 177, 209, 440
Dormitory #8; 83, 101, 177, 209, 441
Dormitory #9; 155, 210
Dormitory #10; 155, 210
Driver property; 13, 438
Easement to Bureau of Reclamation across Mid-Columbia Branch Station; 269
Easement to Corvallis for sewers; 436
Easement to Northwest Natural Gas Co. for gas pipeline; 440
Educational Foundation; 192
Electrical Service Study; 394
Family Housing; 210
Family Study Center; 212
Federal Cooperative Extension Budget; P2, P19, P120, P121, 184, 293, 467, 495, 498, 500, 507, 508
Fish Hepatoma Research Bldg. ; 155, 284
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 110
Forest Research Laboratory; 110
Forestry Alumni Assoc. ; 277
Foundation; 52, 58, 63, 187, 192, 195, 277, 334, 480, 491, 556
Geophysical Oceanography, option in; 25
Gifts; 58, 119, 191, 277, 333, 405, 473, 542
Greenhouse construction for US Forest Service; 241
Hanson property purchase; 45
Heating plant, fuel study; 139
Hill-Hiatt property condemnation; 148
Hogged fuel for heating plant; 139
Joint-campus program for graduate students; 319
Kerr, William Jasper, Library; 513
Land for future dormitories; 88, 209, 210
Land purchases; 305
Language Laboratory & Classroom Facilities; 216, 223, 501, 527
Lease of land for greenhouse for U.S. Forest Service Laboratory; 241
Library; 513
Library Bldg., old, alterations; 211, 527
Marine Science Laboratory; 9, 19, 122, 146, 218, 265, 269
Married Student Housing; 102, 515
Master of Material Science, Master of Engineering, Master of Bioengineering; 26
Master's Degree in Elementary Education; 464
Mathematics Dept., space for; 216, 223, 501, 527
McNary Hall; 104
Mechanical Engineering Bldg. 212
Memorial Union audit; 249
Memorial Union Bldg. ; 454
Memorial Union, Inc. ; 454, 456
Mid-Columbia Branch Experiment Station, access easement; 269
Mothers' Club, Jasper; 334
Mothers' Club, Klamath Falls; 542
Mothers' Club, Portland; 277
Natural gas, conversion to for heating plant; 139
North Willamette Branch Experiment Station; 396
Oceanography Bldg. ; 39, 359
Onsdorff property; 15, 107
Orchard Court Apts. ; 515
Personnel adjustments; 50, 113, 271, 402, 471, 472
Pharmacy Bldg. addition & alterations; 211, 224, 502, 521, 527
Quitclaim deed to State Highway Dept. for land in Sherman County; 104
Radiation Biology, major option; 25
Radiation Center; 40
Regional Rural Civil Defense Information Program; 113
Reroofing Bldgs. ; 314
Research vessel; 166, 239
Sale of land to State Highway Commission; 437
Sewer construction; 291, 436
Sidor, E.N., Loan fund; 544
Smith-Lever funds; 184
Solariums between dormitories, conversion to student rooms; 180, 511
South Farm; 15
Summer session budget; 531
Thompson property purchase; 365, 529
Trout Hepatoma Research Bldg. ; 384
Umatilla Branch Experiment Station, exchange of land with C & B Livestock Co. ; 392
U.S. Forest Service Laboratory, lease for greenhouse; 241
Utility Tunnel Extensions; 211, 216, 223, 501, 527
Waldo Hall, automatic fire sprinkling system; 352
Water pollution project, revised deed; 180
Willcox property purchase; 17
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Laboratory; 9, 19, 146, 218, 265, 269
Yaquina, ocean research vessel; 166, 239, 439, 529
Accreditation; 466
Administration Bldg. ; 73, 144, 202
Budget, 1963-64; P1, P11, P25, P121, 293, 450
Building program; 167, 211, 501, 527
Campus development; 527
Classroom bldg. ; 518
Commons; 209, 306
Dormitory supplement; 145
Educational & general plant completion; 223
Equipment, paving & landscaping; 527
Gifts; 64, 196, 342, 556
Heat Exchanger Bldg. ; 518
Instructional Shops Bldg. ; 73, 144, 202
Laboratory Bldg. ; 518
Landscaping & paving; 73, 144, 202, 216
Library Addition (Auditorium) ; 212
Library-Commons Bldg. ; 73, 144, 202, 358
Mechanical & Electrical Equipment Bldg. ; 518
Outside utilities; 518
Phase I-B construction; 518
Phase II construction; 144, 201
Physical Education Bldg. ; 73, 144, 202
Physical Plant Service Bldg. ; 73, 144, 202
Radioactive Isotopes Laboratory Bldg. ; 72, 144, 202, 357
Residence Hall; 357
Roads, paving & landscaping supplement; 212, 469, 497, 501
Site utilities; 73, 144, 202
Waggoner property gift; 105

Oregon-Thoracic Society; 256
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 256, 423
Orides Mothers; 187
Out-of-state enrollment; 32, 169
Out-of-state students, admission standards for; 93
Overseas programs; 27, 163

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Pacific High School Student Body; 63
Pacific Northwest Bell; 342
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 395
Pacific Northwest Range Experiment Station; 124, 411, 478, 546
Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 196, 277, 338, 476, 546
Pacific Resins & Chemicals, Inc. ; 192, 272
Packard Bell; 335
Packard Instrument Co., Inc. ; 60
Paper Industry Management Assoc. ; 405
Patent agreement with Crown Zellerbach Corp. ; 540
Patent agreements with Walter Meyer & R. S. Olsen; 314
Patent Policy, Administrative Code amended; 452
Patterson, M.F., Dental Supply Co. ; 117
Patterson Plumbing Co. ; 388
Payne & Struble, Architects; 147, 265
Peace Corps; 273, 422
Pease & Sons, Inc. ; 518
Pendleton Altrusa Club; 473
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 52, 59, 547, 556
Pendleton Grain Growers; 546
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 474, 492
Pendleton Rotary Club; 542, 548
Pendleton Senior High School; 548
Pennsalt Chemicals Corp. ; 124, 546
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Hermiston; 474
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Newport; 474
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Oregon State Chapter; 492, 548
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Prineville; 474
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Roseburg; 125
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter; 334
P.E.O. Sisterhood, The Dalles; 474
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Umatilla; 548
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Corvallis; 192, 474
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 548, 554
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Troutdale; 62
Personnel; 49, 111, 185, 271, 329, 402, 471, 541
Petersen, A.V., Co. ; 177, 287
Pfizer, Chas. & Co., Inc. ; 332
Phelps-Stokes Fund; 52, 492, 548
Phi Beta Alumnae; 114, 187
Phi Beta Fraternity; 339
Phi Beta Patronesses; 114, 187, 548
Philomath Education Assoc. ; 474
Philomath Junior-Senior High School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 334
Phoenix High School Student Body; 330
Phoenix Schools; 127, 192, 272, 333, 473, 479
Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Foundation; 114
Pi Lambda Theta Alumnae Chapter; 272
Pilot Rock High School Associated Students; 63
Pioneer Dads Club; 479
Poitiers American High School; 548
Polk County; 341
Polk Miller Products; 411
Portland Academy of Medicine; 57, 118
Portland Alumnae Chi Omega; 118
Portland Assoc. for Retarded Children; 343
Portland Bentham Lions Club; 489
Portland, City of; 10, 210, 523
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 281, 547, 554
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations; 276
Portland Garden Club; 423
Portland General Electric Co. ; 411, 476
Portland Home Economists in Education; 474
Portland Iron Works; 57
Portland Junior Chamber of Commerce; 554
Portland Memorial Coliseum; 55
Portland Motor Pool; 254, 307
Portland Panhellenic Assoc. ; 474
Portland Public Schools District #1; 542
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 52, 115, 192, 272, 281, 422, 554
Portland Spin Fishing Club; 405

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Alumni Assoc. ; 338
Athletic facilities; 209, 210, 305
Boller property condemn. ; 443
Budget 1963-64; P1, P7, P24, P121, 293, 450
Closed Circuit Television; 173
College Center Bldg. ; 454
College Center Bldg. Addition; 73, 210, 305, 435, 524
Cooperative Bookstore Assoc. ; 454
Gifts; 62, 125, 194, 281, 338, 421, 488, 554
Goldenberg property condemn. ; 446
Heating Plant; 7, 141
Heating Survey; 7
Jaggar property purchase; 12
Kellogg, Nina Mae, Loan Fund for Girls; 555
Koumarelos property condemn. ; 443
Labby property purchase; 438
Lam, Goldie Chan, estate of; 488
Land acquisition program; 11
Library Bldg. 2nd Unit (West) ; 69, 211, 224, 502, 527
Master's degree program; 173
Matthew property purchase; 367
McMonies property purchase; 437
Mothers' Club; 339
Nye post-doctoral fellowship; 339
Old Main Bldg. rehabilitation; 212, 291
Overseas programs; 27
Parking Structure; 98, 210, 254, 305, 359, 523
Personnel adjustments; 51, 472
Physical Education Bldg. ; 7, 10, 69, 141, 211, 216, 223, 438, 501, 527
Physical Plant Service Bldg. ; 6, 100, 212
Rugroden property purchase; 366
Sanzenbacher property purchase; 448
Science Bldg. addition; 212
Science Bldg. , 1st Unit; 8, 20, 387, 469, 497, 501, 527
Speech & Theater Arts, Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science Major; 26
Stacey property purchase; 367
Stratford, Inc. property purchase; 447
Summer sessions budget; 532
Tobin property purchase; 438
United Investment Co. property condemn. ; 441
Student Health Service facilities; 210
Swimming Pool; 305
Utility tunnel; 8

President's Report; 27, 91, 164, 256, 322, 378, 466, 535
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 52
Prineville Elks Lodge #1814; 63, 547
Professional education programs; 371, 461
Public Relations Committee; 165
Publisher's Paper Co. ; 338
Pumpkin Ridge Co-op Cherry Growers Assoc. ; 411
Purvis Construction Co. ; 516

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Raleigh Hills School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 125
Ralston Purina Co. ; 405
Ramey Air Force Base Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 479
Rannow, "Pop", Memorial Scholarship Fund; 474
Rayonier Inc. ; 474
Raytheon Co. ; 278
Reader's Digest Foundation; 52, 54
Reedsport High School Parent-Teachers-Student Assoc. ; 543
Reese & Blachy, Architects; 4, 288, 351, 511
Rehabilitation projects 1963-64; 290
Republic Carloading & Distributing Co., Inc. ; 272
Research Corp. ; 314
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc. ; 332
Resolution accepting funds from Area Redevelopment Administration for Marine Sciences Laboratory, OSU; 20
Resolution approving completed final planning report EOC Science-Math. Bldg. ; 386
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report OSU Administration Bldg. ; 143
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report PSC Physical Education Bldg. ; 143
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report UO Music Bldg. Addition; 176
Resolution authorizing application for advance for final plans Medical School Library Bldg.

Addition & Alterations; 235

Resolution authorizing application for advance for final OCE Library Addition & Alterations; 233
Resolution authorizing application for advance for final plans OSU Cordley Hall, 1st Addition; 231
Resolution authorizing application for advance for final plans OSU Pharmacy Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 227
Resolution authorizing application for advance for final plans PSC Library 2nd Unit & Alterations; 237
Resolution authorizing application for advance for final plans UO Library Bldg., 1st Addition & Alterations; 225
Resolution authorizing application for advance for final plans UO Science Bldg. 2nd Addition; 229
Resolution authorizing Bureau of Municipal Research, UO, to Administer planning assistance programs; 398
Resolution, Building Bonds, Series 1963A, $10,500,000; 83, 162
Resolution, Building Bonds, Series 1963B, $9,600,000; 309, 313, 346
Resolution condemning Boller property, PSC; 443
Resolution condemning Coca Cola Bottling Co. property, UO; 153
Resolution condemning Colombo property, UO; 41
Resolution condemning Corvallis Laundry, OSU; 106, 181
Resolution condemning Driver property, OSU; 13
Resolution condemning Flynn property, UO; 43
Resolution condemning Goldenberg property, PSC; 446
Resolution condemning Hill-Hiatt property, OSU; 149
Resolution condemning Koumarelos property, PSC; 443
Resolution condemning Monroe-Heitkamp property, SOC; 243
Resolution condemning Onsdorff property, OSU; 16
Resolution condemning Phi Gamma Delta property, UO; 361
Resolution condemning Rath property, SOC; 247
Resolution condemning Silva property, UO; 150
Resolution condemning Smith property, SOC; 245
Resolution condemning Trager property, UO; 390
Resolution condemning United Investment Co. property, PSC; 441
Resolution honoring Douglas McKean; 28
Resolution honoring Earl M. Pallett; 93
Resources for the Future, Inc. ; 479
Retirement benefits; 91
Reversion to State General Fund; 18, 80
Reynolds Metal Co. ; 62
Ricketts Music Store, Inc. ; 548
Riverside Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 492
Rockefeller Foundation; 52, 115, 338, 408, 411, 414, 479
Rogue Equipment Co. ; 192, 479
Rohm & Haas Co. ; 411
Roosevelt High School; 547, 554
Roosevelt High School Dads' Club; 489
Rosboro Lumber Co. ; 196
Roseburg Business & Professional Women's Club; 547
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 542, 547
Roseburg Rotary Club; 474
Roseburg Senior High School; 474, 548
Roseburg Woman's Club; 412
Roseway Lions Club; 479, 543
Ross Laboratories; 118
Royal Esquire Club of Portland, Inc. ; 548
Royal Neighbor; 405
Ruson Laboratories, Inc. ; 332

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Sabre Steel Building Co. ; 385
Sacajawea Hotel; 342
St. Elizabeth Church; 342
St. Helens Elks Lodge; 542
St. Helens Senior High School; 119
St. Regis Paper Co. ; 543
Sandy Business & Professional Women's Club; 422
Saudi Arabian Training Project; 548
Schieve, E. Carl; 240, 288, 387, 510, 519
Scholarship fee remissions; 503
School District No. 1, Bend; 343
School District No. 2, Dallas; 341
School District No. 3, Portland; 423
School District No. 5, Milwaukie; 343
School District No. 6, Central Point; 58, 63, 187, 191, 195, 473, 490, 492, 547
School District No. 7J, Silverton; 126
School District No. 8, Albany; 423
School District No. 9, Coos Bay; 343, 423, 492
School District No. 13J, Independence Monmouth; 341
School District No. 24CJ, Salem; 423
School District No. 28J, Veneta; 492
School District No. 29, Newberg; 423
School District No. 40, McMinnville; 423
School District No. 48, Beaverton; 343, 423
School District No. 97-J, Florence; 343
School District No. 549C, Medford; 423
School Planning Laboratory of Stanford University; 315
Schroeder, Henry A., & Sons; 492
Schuck, E.F., Co. ; 388
Scio Booster Club; 548
Scio Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 192
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 405, 474, 480
Secretary of State; 455, 457, 458
Sexton, Charles W. Co. ; 413
Shasta Film Society; 548
Shell Companies Foundation, Inc. ; 277, 543
Shell Development Co. ; 62, 411
Sherman County, deed to State Highway Commission; 104
Sherman County Scholarship Assoc., Inc. ; 126, 491, 548
Sherman High School Booster Club; 543
Sherwood Union High School Student Body; 195
Shields, W. H., Co. ; 513
Shields, W. H., Co. & Andersen-Westfall Co., Inc. ; 202
Siletz High School Student Body; 553
Silverton Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 63
Silverton Teachers Assoc. ; 63
Silverton Union High School; 474, 548
Simmons, Joseph E., Trust Fund; 543
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 8, 11, 55, 70, 72, 144, 202, 357, 387, 483, 519
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 116, 275, 413
Smith, Barney & Co., C.J. Devine & Co., Joint Managers & Associates; 161, 345
Social Science Research Council; 480
Society of American Foresters; 543
Society of Exploration Geophysicists Foundation; 474
Society of Woman Geographers; 474
Soderham Machine Manufacturing Co. ; 62
South District Lions' Club; 412
South Eugene High School Girls' League; 548
South Eugene Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 405
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 52, 58, 63, 187, 192, 195, 480, 491, 556
Southwest Kiwanis club; 125, 554
South Western Oregon College; 427

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Athletic Facilities; 210, 305
Baccalaureate programs; 25
Budget 1963-64; P1, P9, P25, P121, 293, 450
Business, Bachelor of Science Degree in; 26
Campus boundaries extended; 13
Campus plan, long-range; 74
Cascade Complex Kitchen & Dining facilities; 2, 83, 209, 285, 356
Cascade Hall, Unit D; 2, 388
Cascade Hall, Unit E & Kitchen & Dining Facilities; 2, 83, 209, 285, 356
Cascade Hall, Unit F, Dining Hall; 210, 305, 355, 522
Cascade Hall, Unit G; 355, 522
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg. ; 211, 215, 216, 223, 501, 527
Dunning property purchase; 366
Gifts; 126, 282, 491, 555
Kitchen & Dining facilities, Cascade Complex; 2, 83
Mobil Oil Station purchase; 13
Monroe-Heitkamp property condemn. ; 242
Myrtlewood Hall remodeling; 290
Personnel adjustments; 51
Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 211, 224, 502, 527
Rath, Roger, property condemn. ; 246
Science Bldg. lecture room ventilation; 290
Smith, Hill H., property; 244, 392
Student Health Service Bldg. ; 147, 265, 384
Summer Session budget; 531
Swimming Pool; 210, 305
Teaching majors in Physical Education, Music, Art, Business Administration; 25

Southern Oregon Conservation & Tree Farm Assoc. ; 395
Southern Wasco County Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 192, 474
Sperry & Hutchinson Co. ; 483
Squibb Division Olin Mathieson Chemical Co. ; 281
Staff, Academic, retirement benefits; 89
Staff, Academic, salary adjustments; 296
Staff fee privileges extended; 47
Staff members terms of service, administrative code amended; 534
Standard Insurance Co. of Oregon; 46, 529
Standard Oil Co. of California; 334, 405, 543
Stanford University, School Planning Laboratory of; 315
Stanton, Boles, Maguire & Church; 517
State Board of Aeronautics; 343
State Board of Control; 413
State Board of Education; 339, 422, 555, 560, 580
State Civil Service Commission; 298
State Dept. of Education; 187, 213, 282, 341, 364, 413, 538, 549, 550, 558
State Dept. of Employment; 114, 414
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 18, 80, 254, 302, 307, 358, 359, 379, 385, 494, 523, 527
State Dept. of Forestry; 395
State Dept. of Planning & Development; 338, 411, 412, 482
State Emergency Board; 8, 40, 81, 218, 286, 298, 385, 387, 437, 438, 501, 522, 527
State Fire Marshal; 217, 221, 265, 289, 290, 352, 353, 354, 439
State Highway Commission; 76, 104, 108, 193
State Highway Commission, sale of land to by OSU; 437
State of Oregon Scholarship Committee; 341
State Public Employees Retirement Board; 536
State Restoration Fund; 211, 217, 255
State Scholarship Commission; 300
State School for the Deaf; 341
State Tax Commission; 110
State Treasurer; 454
Stauffer Chemical Co. ; 281, 412
Steeck Electric Co. ; 39, 356, 388
Stewart, Richardson, Allen & McMath; 116, 290
Straus, John, Trust Fund; 543
Stuart Mechanical, Inc. ; 356
Student Building Fees; 207
Student Fees; 32, 169, 252, 300, 496, 503
Subcommittee on Engineering & Technology of Education & Accreditation Committee,

Engineer's Council for Professional Development; 466

Summer session budget 1963; 531
Summer session budget 1964; 173, 530
Summer session contingency fund 1963; P1, P121, 293
Summer session fees; 48, 531
Summer session workshops 1963; P1, P121, 293
Summer session, 4th term; 533
Sunset High School; 405, 412, 554
Supplements; 128, 197, 424, 498, 558
Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias; 548
Surgical Sales, Inc. ; 55
Sutherlin High School; 474, 492, 548
Sutherlin Parent-Teacher-Student Assoc. ; 115
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 479
Sweet Home Union High School; 548
Swift & Co. ; 408

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Tacoma Elks Lodge #174; 547
Tax program, state, referral; 322, 379
Tax sheltered annuities; 89
Teacher education programs; 537, 558
Tech-Craft, Inc. ; 177
Tedrow, Marjorie, Chapter, Marshfield Senior High School Future Teachers of America; 474
Tektronix Foundation; 115, 117, 190, 339, 341, 408, 414, 421, 480, 486, 552
Television Channel 7, application for federal funds; 364
Television Channel 10, application for federal funds; 364
Temp-Control Corp. ; 202
Texaco, Inc. ; 405, 474
The Dalles Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 553
The Dalles Rotary Club; 543
The Dalles Soroptimist Club; 556
Thespian Troup #358; 491
Thurston Senior High School; 548
Tillamook County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 55, 190
Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437; 553
Tillamook Future Teacher Assoc. ; 126
Timber Carnival Assoc. ; 405
Tobacco Industry Research Committee; 416
Todd, A.M., Co. ; 124, 412
Todd Building Co. ; 179, 356, 512, 518
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 490, 542, 547
Treasure Valley Community College; 425
Triangle Lake Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 548
Tri-City Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 405
Tri-County "B" League; 474, 543
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 486
Tucker, Max D., Estate; 115, 187, 480
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 59, 334, 474
Tuition raise of $10 eliminated; 48
Turner, Howard, Educational Trust; 491, 492, 548
Twenty-Nine Palms High School; 491

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Umatilla Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 474, 492
Uncollectible accounts, Administrative Code amended; 451
Union Junior Women's Club; 283
Union Usher Board; 548
United Arab Republic; 35
United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners of America; 119
United Daughters of the Confederacy; 119
United Fruit Co. ; 412
United Presbyterian Church in the United States; 63
United Scholarship Service for American Indian Students; 281, 334, 480, 401, 554
U.S. Air Force; 278, 544, 551
U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology; 52, 115, 479
U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research; 121, 193, 414
U.S. Army Biological Laboratory; 121
U.S. Army Material Command; 408
U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Command; 118, 421
U.S. Army Office of Surgeon General; 416
U.S. Army Research Office; 192, 483
U.S. Coast Guard; 439
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 241, 408

Agricultural Research Service; 62, 412, 546
Animal Disease & Parasite Division; 546
Animal Husbandry Research Division; 546
Farm Economics Division, Economic Research Service; 546
Farmer Cooperative Service; 125
Soil Conservation Service; 125

U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Area Redevelopment Administration; 9, 10, 19, 122
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Weather Bureau; 121
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 20, 52, 63, 125, 127, 180, 187, 188, 196, 281, 283, 330,

340, 364, 422, 423, 475, 480, 490, 551, 555

U.S. Dept. of Interior; 408
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; 61, 123, 194, 478
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation; 269
U.S. Forest Service; 62, 194, 241, 546
U.S. Maritime Administration; 439
U.S. National Bank, Portland; 59, 115, 191, 192, 334, 339, 473, 474, 475, 480, 488, 490, 491, 492, 543, 548
U.S. Navy Bureau of Ships; 439
U.S. Navy Dept. 60, 117, 334
U.S. Office of Education; 343, 492, 553
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 60, 193, 275, 278, 414, 482, 484, 544, 550
U.S. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation; 53, 116, 481, 486, 553
U.S. Plywood Corp. ; 475
U.S. Public Health Service; 8, 20, 54, 55, 58, 60, 116, 117, 119, 122, 155, 188, 191, 194, 274, 275,

276, 279, 330, 331, 333, 336, 384, 409, 415, 416, 418, 477, 483, 484, 487, 544, 550, 552, 555

U.S. Quartermaster Research & Engineering Command; 408
U.S. 6th Army; 52, 60, 115
U.S. State Dept. ; 35
United Steel Workers of America, Local #4856; 492
United Student Aid Funds, Inc. ; 121
University of California; 189, 274, 414
University of Michigan; 330
University of Portland; 400
University of Puget Sound; 548

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Acker property purchase; 268
Administration Bldg. ; 212
Alumni Holding Co. ; 360
Athletic Dept. audit; 249
Bean, Robert Sharp, Hall; 518
Bennison property purchase; 109
Brownhill property purchase; 521
Budget 1963-64; P1, P3, P23, P121, 293, 450
Bureau of Municipal Research; 88, 329, 397, 399, 448, 480, 549
Campbell, Chapman & Condon Halls Addition; 212
Campbell Hall, Prince Lucien; 516
Campbell,
Susan, Hall, converted to faculty office space; 368
Campus boundaries revised; 105
Central Food Service; 210, 305
Chambers, Edith Kerns, Estate of; 273
Chesbro property purchase; 268
Child Psychology Clinic; 256
Clark property purchase; 327
Coca Cola Bottling Co, property condemnation; 152
Co-ed Housing Alumnae Assoc. ; 480
Co-ed Housing, Inc., Lease of Hendricks Hall Dormitory; 249
Colombo property; 41, 108
Cooperative doctoral program in speech pathology & audiology; 379, 431
Courteau, Frances P., Estate of; 187
Dental School (See Dental School)
Development Fund; 115, 274, 360, 412, 456, 480
Dormitory Administration Bldg. ; 210
Dormitory at Charleston; 210
Dormitory #6; 36, 517
Dormitory #7; 36
Dormitory #8; 83, 156, 209
Dormitory #9; 83, 156, 209
Dormitory #10; 78, 210
Dormitory #11; 78, 210
Easement to City of Eugene for storm sewer Westmoreland Housing; 393
East Campus Urban Renewal Program; 157, 197
Exchange of 2.78 acres between Lane County & UO; 76
Faculty Center Addition; 103
Failing, Henry, Estate of; 413
Field property purchase; 268
Flynn property, condemn., purchase; 43, 107
Frederiksen property purchase; 108
Friends of the Museum; 273, 551
Fuels, alternate, heating plant; 389
Gifts; 52, 114, 187, 272, 330, 412, 479, 547
Grantz property purchase; 520
Granzer property purchase; 269
Gunderson, Lucille, Memorial Student Loan Fund; 274
Hall property purchase; 267
Hammond, James G., Estate of; 188
Heating Plant Addition; 209, 210, 305, 389, 434, 525
Hendricks Hall Dormitory, Lease to Co-Ed Housing, Inc. ; 249
Humanities Building; 516
Humanities Complex, 1st Addition; 212
Humanities Complex, 2nd Addition; 212
Inman property purchase; 520
Joint-Campus program for graduate students; 319
Kuhmhenn property purchase; 269
Land for future student housing; 209, 210
Land purchases; 305
Lawrence property purchase; 326
Lease of Hendricks Hall Dormitory to Co-Ed Housing, Inc. ; 249
Library Bldg., 1st Addition & Alterations; 211, 224, 502, 521, 527
Marine Biology Laboratory Bldg. ; 212
Married student housing; 83, 101, 179, 209
McArthur Court door replacement; 290, 353
Medical School (See Medical School)
Mexico, summer study tour in; 535
Miller property purchase; 392
Mothers Club, Astoria; 413
Music Bldg. Addition; 71, 175, 212
Newman property purchase; 326
Overseas programs; 27
Paleocology Laboratory Bldg. ; 38
Pearson property purchase; 268
Personnel adjustments; 49, 111, 185, 402
Phi Gamma Delta property condemn. ; 360
Post Office Bldg., branch; 103
Potterf property purchase; 327
Pratt-Calkins property purchase; 45
Ramsdell property purchase; 392
Recreational unit; 210
Registrar's office budget; 184
ROTC Bldg. fire; 255
School Psychological Services; 431
Science Bldg. Annex Alterations; 352, 525
Science Bldg. 2nd Addition; 70, 211, 224, 502, 527
Science Bldg. 3rd Addition; 70, 212
Silva property condemnation; 150
Skaggs property purchase; 392
Speech Dept. ; 431
Spicer property purchase; 521
Stadium site; 76
Starr, Joseph K., estate of; 187
Storm sewer, Westmoreland Housing; 393
Stout, William W., estate of; 549
Structures Inc. property purchase; 267
Student Health Service Bldg. ; 139, 210, 220, 305, 351
Student Union & Educational Activities audit; 249
Summer commencement; 322
Summer session budget; 531
Summer study tour in Mexico; 535
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity fire; 256
Tennis courts; 210
Tingle property purchase; 326
Trager property condemn., purchase; 389, 438
Tromp, Lenore C., estate of; 116, 274
Urban Planning Assistance; 448
Urban Planning Project in Linn County; 399
Urban Planning Project No. Ore. P-35; 88, 253
Urban Planning Project No. Ore. P-36; 329, 448
Urban Planning Project No. Ore. P-37; 399
Urban Planning Project No. Ore. P-38; 399
Urban Planning Project No. Ore. P-39; 449
Urban Planning Project No. Ore. P-40; 449
Urban Renewal Program, East Campus; 157
Warnath property purchase; 326
Westmoreland Housing storm sewer; 393
Westmoreland Village, Stage 5; 101, 179
Westmoreland Village, 202 Units; 83, 209
Women's Physical Education Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 212
YMCA protest, out-of-state tuition raise; 257

University of Richmond; 187
Urban Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 39, 357, 516
Urban Renewal Agency of City of Eugene; 157, 197

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Vacation portion S.W. Grover St., Portland; 520
Vancouver Avenue Baptist Church; 554
Various donors; 475, 476
Velsicol Chemical Co. ; 62
Verdun American High School; 192
Vice Chancellor of Business Affairs, Administrative Code amended; 459
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 58, 421
Vik Construction Co. ; 37

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Wakefield, B.S., Scholarship Fund; 554
Walla Walla College; 400
Ward, Edward L., Junior Memorial Scholarship Fund; 543
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for Wat Orphans, Inc. ; 117, 480, 485
Washington High School; 475, 548, 554
Wells Fargo Bank; 549
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research; 115
West Anchorage High School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 480
West Coast Lumberman's Assoc. ; 62, 395, 557
West Linn Papa Lions; 490
Westbrook Consts., Inc. ; 102, 515
Western Canada Whaling Co., Ltd. ; 484
Western Data Processing Center; 550
Western Electric Co., Inc. ; 543
Western Electric Fund; 122
Western Electronic Manufacturers' Assoc. ; 193
Western Farmers Assoc. ; 412
Western Forest Industries Assoc. ; 395
Western Golf Assoc. ; 114, 547
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education budget 1963-64; P1, P13, P121, 293
Western Oregon Onion Growers Assoc., Inc. ; 412, 546
Western Pine Assoc. ; 125, 395, 412, 557
Western States Cedar Lumber Co. ; 59
Western Wood Preserving Operations Assoc. ; 395
Western Wood Products; 339
Westwood Pharmaceuticals; 552
Weyerhaeuser Co. ; 127, 338
Weyerhaeuser Co. Foundation; 405, 413, 475, 480, 485
Weyerhaeuser Employees Golden Rule Club; 552
Whitehall Foundation, Inc. ; 272
Wilcox, Chester M., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 58, 405
Willamette Valley Lumber Co. ; 423
Williams, Lew, Foundation, Inc. ; 479
Willis Mechanical Contractor; 179
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank, Architects; 37, 66, 103, 156, 483, 518
Wilson Construction Co. ; 103
Windsor Lions Club; 475
Winston-Dillard Fire Dept. Auxiliary; 542
Witt & England, Architects; 6, 100
Wolf & Zimmer, Architects; 98, 142, 523
Women's Architectural League of Oregon; 480
Women's Auxiliary, Good Samaritan Hospital; 475
Women's Auxiliary to Washington County Medical Society; 332
Women's Auxiliary to Yamhill County Medical Society; 332
Women's Benefit Assoc. ; 405, 475, 492, 551
Wood Fibreboard Co. ; 546
Woodburn Junior Chamber of Commerce; 491
Woodburn Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 63, 491
Woodbury, Ralph Prescott, Endowment Memorial Scholarship fund; 554
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; 52, 115
Wy'east Boys' League; 475
Wy'east Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 475, 549

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Xi Alpha Lambda; 556

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Yasui Memorial Fund; 475
Yoncalla Lions Club; 543, 549
Yoncalla Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 543

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