OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1965






A...A...A...A...A...

Abbott Laboratories; 117
Academic Affairs Committee; 31, 486, 574
Ace Electric Co.; 89, 208, 210
Administrative Code Amended:

Alumni Association; 415
High School-College Relations Committee; 416
Information, Publications; 99
Non-resident students; 19
Patent policy; 376
Sabbatical leave; 99
Student discipline; 99
Tenure, promotion & timely notice; 101

Admissions policies; 418
Advance planning funds; 156
A.F. & A.M., Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of; 570
African-American Institute; 47, 106, 112, 172, 176, 261, 330, 399, 474
Agnew Timber Products; 468, 484, 561, 570
Agricultural Engineering Research Found.; 117, 271, 398
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Research Found.; 59, 117, 181, 271, 342, 344, 397, 473, 558
Agricultural Research Service; 398
Ainsworth Masonic Lodge #201; 61
AIREA, Oregon Chapter #14; 346
Air Force Aid Society; 468, 555
Air Force Educational Assistance Loan; 470
Alaska State Dept. of Education; 333, 476
Albany City Council Parent Teacher Association; 112, 468
Albany Parent Teacher Association; 268
Albany Timber Carnival Assoc.; 562
Albina Engine & Machine Works, Inc.; 317
Alcan Pacific Co.; 569
Alcoa Foundation; 112, 268, 39, 553
Allied Chemical Corp.; 272
Allstate Foundation; 565
Alpha Phi Sorority; 110
Alumni Associations, Administrative Code Amended; 415
AMCO Electric; 439
American Academy of Pediatrics; 406, 566
American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business; 127
American Association of School Librarians; 412
American Business Women's Association; 569
American Cancer Society, Inc.; 110, 334, 555
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 52, 174, 266, 334, 406, 479, 566
American Chemical Society; 107, 274, 394, 470, 475, 555
American Council on Education; 399
American Cyanamid Co.; 345
American Dairy Association; 559
American Dental Association; 333
American Fund for Dental Education; 109, 333
American Heart Association, Inc.; 335, 406
American Heritage Association; 122, 124, 134
American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics; 339
American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers; 399
American Legion Auxiliary:

Dundee; 60, 62, 106, 112, 186, 479, 483
Portland; 569
Springfield; 405, 561

American Legion Baseball Commission; 172
American Legion, Dept. of Oregon; 112, 119
American Legion Post #32, Cottage Grove; 468
American Legion Post #43, La Grande; 276
American Medical Association Education & Research Found.; 265
American Plywood Association; 419
American Poultry & Hatchery Federation; 473
American Samoa, Government of; 486
American Sheep Producers Council, Inc.; 345
American Society for Metals, Oregon Chapter; 269, 555
American Society of Civil Engineering; 268
American Society of Women Accountants; 349
Anderson-Westfall Co., Inc., 208
Annand, Boone, Drynan & Huffstutter, Architects; 6, 323
Annandale Kiwanis Club; 113, 177
Anonymous donors; 53, 60, 119, 121, 174, 274, 347, 412
Army Relief Society; 561
A.S.V. Carpenter Scholarship Fund; 468, 561
Ashland Elks Lodge; 348
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 414
Asia Foundation; 106, 399
Asphalt Paving Co.; 208
Associated Blue Lake Green Bean Canners, Inc.; 176
Association of Governing Boards; 494, 583
Astor, John Jacob, Parent Teacher Association; 184, 274, 483
Astoria Classroom Teachers' Association; 553
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 106
Astoria High School Girls' League; 553
Atkinson, Myrtle F., Foundation; 119
Atlas Sheet Metal Co.; 325
Atomic Energy Commission; 57, 73, 111, 114, 178, 192, 253, 269, 330, 340, 399, 438, 476, 562, 566
Audits Division of Secretary of State's Office; 420
Aurora Women's Club; 553
Ausland Construction Co., 374, 505
Australian Cattle & Beef Research Committee; 55, 176
Autzen Foundation; 339, 346, 399, 483
Auxiliary enterprises income for capital outlay; 297, 456, 457
Auxiliary of Professional Engineers of Oregon; 112, 268, 410, 468

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Bainbridge Scholarships Fund Foundation; 56, 470
Baker Elks Lodge #338; 276
Baker Rotary Club; 121
Baker Soroptimist Club; 61
Baker's Landscape Nursery; 208, 506
Ball, George J., Inc., 380
Balsiger Motor Co. Employees; 53
Balzhiser, Seder & Rhodes, Architects; 3
Bandon Community Scholarship Fund; 112, 553
Bank of Commerce; 106, 112, 261, 268
Banks High School Mom's & Dad's Club; 571
Baptist Life Association; 60, 570
Barnes & Hilgers, Architects; 85, 194
Baseball Commission, American Legion; 119
Baseball, Office of Commissioner; 106
Bate Plywood Co., Inc.; 112, 268
Battelle Development Corp.; 24, 279, 327, 383
Beach, Agnes, Trust Fund; 468, 561
Bear, McNeil, Schneider, Bloodworth & Hawes; 73, 74, 314, 374, 438, 440, 510, 536
Beaverhead County High School; 119
Beaverton Business & Professional Women's Club; 120
Beaverton Elks Lodge #1989; 553
Beaverton Lodge #100, AF & AM; 119, 184
Bechtel Foundation; 342
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.; 114
Beltone Institute for Hearing Research; 61
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 268
Bend-Portland Truck Service; 394
Beneficial Foundation, Inc.; 561
Benson Dads Club; 553, 561
Benson Polytechnic High School; 553, 569
Benson Polytechnic High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 554
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 119, 334, 468
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 119, 334, 468
Benton County Medical Society; 394
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority; 110, 266, 348, 414
Bethel Education Association; 106
Biological Humanics Foundation; 479
Blair & Zaik, Architects; 79, 199
Blecha Plumbing & Heating; 190, 321
Blitz-Weinhard Foundation; 410, 483
Blue Lake Packers, Inc.; 176
Blue Mountain Community College; 428
Blue Mountain Mastermind Football Athletic Club; 572
Blyth & Company; 347
Board Meetings (Regular)

January 25-26, 1965; 1
March 8-9, 1965; 71
April 26-27, 1965; 158
June 21-22, 1965; 226
July 26-27; 1965; 304
September 13-14, 1965; 355
October 25-26; 1965; 434
December 13-14, 1965; 496

Board members appointed; 138
Boeing Company; 468
Bohemia Lumber Company; 277
Bohm Electric Company; 228
Bond borrowing authority, State Board of Higher Education; 297
Bonds, Article XI-G, use of auxiliary enterprises income & student building fees for debt service; 456
Bonneville Power Administration; 57, 59, 117, 182, 272, 345, 398, 473, 559
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 87
Britt Memorial Scholarship Fund; 468, 474, 479, 484
Brookings Emblem Club; 553
Brookings Rotary Club; 468
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 571
Brown, E.C., Trust; 405
Brown, M. & Sons; 117
Brownell Electric, Inc.; 321
Budget, annual, 1965-66; 285
Budget, annual, 1966-67; 545
Budget, biennial, 1963-1965; 96
Budget, biennial, 1965-1967; 27, 285
Budget, 1964-65, increase for classified staff; 96
Budget increases for enrollment increases; 453, 545
Buffington, Collier & Jane; 348
Building program, 1965-1967, Self Liquidating; 16, 138
Building program, 1965-1967, State Funds; 138, 236, 297
Bumble Bee Seafoods, Inc.; 176
Burleigh, Carey & Gooding,; 485
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 554
Burns Mothers Club; 572
Burns Parent Teacher Assoc.; 112
Burpee, W. Atlee, Co.; 178
Burton & Miller Vending; 186
Business & Professional Women's Club of Portland; 410
Business Equipment Center, Inc.; 394
Business Women's Class, First Christian Church; 261

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Cabana Style Shop; 569
California Chemical Co.; 118, 345
California-Pacific utilities Co.; 61, 484
California Packing Corp.; 176
California Polytechnic College; 131
Callison, I.P., & Sons, Inc.; 272
Calvary Presbyterian Church; 483
Camas Valley Business Men; 486
Campbell, Miller, Michael, Architects; 79, 233, 512
Campbell Soup Co.; 272, 345
Capital construction funds from federal government; 224
Capital outlays, use of auxiliary enterprises income & student building fees for; 456
Carnation Co. Scholarship Found. Trust; 553
Carnegie Corp.; 48
Carpenter Foundation; 47, 55, 60, 61, 62, 106, 112, 176, 185, 261, 274, 276, 348, 468, 474, 483, 484, 570
Carrick, John, & Son; 234
Carver, David J., Jr., Memorial Fund; 55
Cascade M/D Products, Inc.; 62
Centennial Union High School; 553
Central Oregon Community College; 428
Central Point School District #6; 106, 112, 120, 185, 483
Centralized Activities:

Administration; 256
Budget; P1, P14, P26, 287
Indirect costs; 164, 256
Institutional services; 256
Personnel adjustments; 171, 393

Chambers, R.A., & Associates; 437
Champoeg Lodge #27; AF & AM; 468
Chancellor's report; 65, 138, 224, 299, 352, 419, 492, 585
Chemagro Corp.; 182, 272, 345, 473, 559
Cherry-Burrell Corp.; 118
Chevy Chase Estates Garden Club; 553
Chewings Fescue & Red Creeping Fescue Commission; 119
Chi Sigma Rho; 266
Chipman Chemical Co., Inc.; 559
Ciba Pharmaceutical Co.; 266
Civil Air Patrol, U.S.A.F. Auxiliary; 561
Clackamas County Tuberculosis & Health Association; 565
Claggett, W.D., Mechanical Contractors; 5
Clark Charitable Trust; 47
Classified employees, educational assistance for; 461, 487
Classified employees, increase in compensation; 96
Clatsop Community College; 429
Coast & Geodetic Survey; 112, 268
Coast Sash & Door Co.; 210
Cohn, Jacob, Scholarship; 119
Cole, Clark & Cunningham, Inc.; 339
Collins Radio Co.; 468
Collins, Vern, Plumbing & Heating; 439, 535
Colton Alumni Assoc.; 571
Columbia Chapter #53 Royal Arch Masons; 553
Columbian Bifocal Co. Inc.; 174
Commencement representatives; 138, 224, 584
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 64, 584
Community College Courses; 135, 417, 425
Compact for higher education proposed at Association of Governing Boards meeting; 495
Compensation plan for classified staff, increased funds for; 96
Condemnation resolution; 194
Condon Elks Lodge #1869; 553
Confederated Tribes & Bands of Yakima Indian Nation; 106, 119, 262, 274
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 112, 468, 571
Consolidated Freightways; 468
Consumers Power, Inc., easement; 382
Continental Coffee Co.; 119, 483
Continental Construction Co., Inc.; 229
Cooley, Charles R., Scholarship; 561
Coos Bay Area Soroptimist Club; 117, 554
Coos Bay Education Assoc.; 571
Coos Bay Hi-Y Club; 553
Coos Bay, Port of, transfer U of O Marine Biology Station property to; 223
Coos Bay Public Schools; 347
Coquille Lions Club; 106, 348
Corbett Parent Teacher Assoc.; 569
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield; 90, 499
Corvallis Chamber of Commerce; 112
Corvallis, City of, easement to, OSU; 539
Corvallis, City of, lease of land to, OSU; 371, 499
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 468
Corvallis, School District 509-J, exchange land, OSU; 530
Corvallis Soroptimist Club; 56, 479
Cottage Grove High School; 62, 468, 474
Cottage Grove Parent-Teacher Club; 484, 571
Council for Tobacco Research, U.S.A.; 334
Covert, Lloyd & Leona; 112
Creswell High School; 553
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 55, 176, 468
Crocker-Citizens National Bank of Oakland; 539
Crow Grange #450; 484
Crow High School Athletic Booster Club; 572
Crown Zellerbach Corp.; 118
Crown Zellerbach Found.; 112, 176, 182, 261, 334, 339, 394, 399, 410, 468, 483
Cummins Engine Found.; 483
Curricular changes; 1965-66; 31, 122, 491
Curry County Court; 118, 398
Curtis Junior-Senior High School; 112

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Dallas High School; 474
Daly, Bernard, Fund; 486
Dargavel, John W., Found.; 394
Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War; 414
Degress; 166, 328, 465
Delta Kappa Gamma:

Epsilon Chapter; 414
Iota Chapter; 186
Lambda Chapter; 485
Pi Chapter; 572
Tau Chapter; 572
Zeta Chapter; 276

Dental School:

Administration; 163
Air conditioning ground, 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors; 156, 229
Budget; P1, P2, P6, P25, 286
Central water chilling equipment; 240
Deans & department heads; 163
Dental Clinics budget; P3, P19, 287
Dental Hygiene Alumnae Association; 265
Equipment replacements; 163
Fifth floor renovation; 156, 157, 230
Gifts; 52, 109, 265, 333, 405, 478, 565
Indirect cost; 163
Institutional services; 163
Library; 163
Noyes, J. J., Search Committee for successor; 586
Oral pathology clinical laboratory; 230
Personnel adjustments; 104, 167, 259, 329, 391, 466
Physical plant; 163
Rehabilitation projects; 230

Dermilk Pharmacal Co.; 479
DIALIGHT Corporation; 394
Diamond Alkali Co.; 272, 345, 473
Diehl, Patsy, Memorial Fund; 573
Dillard Parent Teacher Assoc.; 261
Division of Continuing Education:

Air conditioning; 247
Audio-visual services; 259
Basement area remodeling; 247
Budget; P1, P2, P13, P26, 94, 286
Educational radio & television programming; 258
Gifts; 62, 186, 277, 349, 414
Main floor, partition installation; 247
Office & Educational Media Center Bldg. Corvallis Continuation Center; 155
Office & Studio Bldg. 2nd Addition; 156
Personnel adjustments; 393, 552
Service fee income increase; 258
Television broadcasting equipment replacement & improvement; 238, 531

Doernbecher Children's Hospital Guild; 266
Dog House Restaurants easement; 7
Dohrmann Hotel Supply Co.; 325
Dormitory occupancy; 493
Douglas County Home Extension; 339
Douglas, David, Dads Club; 553
Douglas High School; 553
Douglas Medical Found.; 261
Dow Chemical Co.; 339, 345
Drain Plywood Co.; 561
Duke University; 112, 268
Dukehart & Kinne, Architects; 4, 14, 84, 194, 202, 312
du Pont de Nemours & Co., E. I.; 272, 468

E...E...E....E...E...

Eagles, Fraternal Order of, Bradenton; 555
Eagles Memorial Foundation; 112, 268
Easement from O'Connor Livestock Co. to OTI; 248
Easement to Oregon Water Corp., OTI; 314
Easement to Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, OTI; 23
Ease Anchorage High School; 47
East Side Rotary Women; 274
East-West Center; 112

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Administration Bldg., installation incinerator; 205
Administration Bldg. rehabilitation; 154, 238
Biology, departmental degree; C393, 43
Budget; P1, P2, P11, P26, 286
Burgess property purchase; 367
Campus plan, long-range; 234, 362
English, departmental degree; C397, 43
Fine Arts Bldg.; 363
Foreign language teacher education programs; 577
General Studies, Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science in; 577
Gifts; 61, 121, 186, 276, 349, 414, 485, 572
Green, R. J., estate; 61
History, departmental degree; C402, 43
Hoke Hall alterations; 205
Humanities, Social Sciences & Sciences majors; C50, 34, 43
Laboratory School; 363
Liberal Arts major; C57, 32, 43
Library Bldg. addition & alterations; 154, 230, 239, 448, 547, 589, 590
Personnel adjustments; 467
Physical Education Bldg. addition; 515, 516
Science-Mathematics Bldg.; 224
Steam line repairs; 18
Student Union Bldg.; 363
Teacher Education programs; C406
Teaching awards funds; 580

Economic Opportunity Act; 65, 70, 184
Edmundson, Kochendoerher & Kennedy; 13, 319
Education Funds, Inc.; 55, 112, 177, 469
Education in Family Finance; 48
Education Loan Plan agreement; 555
Educational assistance for classified staff; 461
Educational Coordinating Council; 546
Educational Television Facilities Act; 66
Educators Manufacturing Co.; 190, 374, 503
Election of officers; 354
Electric Club of Oregon; 553
Electric Corp.; 5, 190, 502, 535
Electrical Women's Round Table; 339
Electro Scientific Industries; 573
Elgin Parent Teacher Assoc.; 276
Elk Lumber Co.; 409
Elks National Found.; 47, 62, 486, 553, 573
Elmira High School Parent Teacher Club; 330
Emerick, Paul B., Co.; 5
Engineering Council for Professional Development; 130
Enrollment estimates; 27, 419
Enrollment increase, budget addition for; 453
Enrollment increases, costs for, to Emergency Board; 542
Enrollment Report; 352, 492
Epilepsy Foundation; 175
ESCO Corp.; 553
Esso Research & Engineering Co.; 346
Estacada Educational Association; 60, 553
Estonian Society; 275
Eugene City Alumnae of Panhellenic; 561
Eugene, City of, agreement U of O Stadium; 253
Eugene Quota Club; 475
Eugene Rotary Foundation; 561
Eugene Water & Electric Board; 451
Eugene Zonta Club; 106, 262
Evans Products Co. Foundation; 113
Evans Scholars Foundation; 47, 106, 261, 469
Executive Secretaries, Inc.; 60, 483, 570
Executive Women's Club; 60

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Fairchild Semiconductor; 573
Family Foundation; 570, 571
Farmers Forage Research Co-op; 346
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Federated Women's Club; 348
Fernhoppers Endowment Fund; 113
First Christian Church, Portland; 274
First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Klamath Falls; 56, 186
First National Bank of Oregon; 255, 382, 571
First Presbyterian Church; 348
Florence Rotary Club; 555
FMC Corp., Niagara Chemical Division; 182
Food & Agriculture Organization of United Nations; 113, 177
Ford Foundation; 57
Ford Motors Co.; 22, 172, 261, 561
Forest Glen Lumber; 484
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 418, 574
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 25, 418
Fortin Foundation, Inc.; 47, 106, 172, 261, 561
Fourth Term; 139
Fox, George, Calder Center; 590
Frankfurt American Community Scholarship Assoc.; 113
Franklin High School; 483
Franklin High School Dads Club; 469
Franklin High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 571
Freightliner Corp.; 469
Friendly-Rosenthal Found., Inc.; 110, 334
Frito-Lay, Inc.; 346
Full-time equivalent enrollments; 27
Fullerton IV Parent Teacher Assoc.; 414
Furgatch Foundation; 106
Future Farmers of America; 572
Future Medical Career Club, Sandpoint Senior High School; 561
Future Teachers of America; 555, 561

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Gardiner Parent Teacher Assoc.; 572
Gardiner-Reedsport Lions Club; 571
Geigy Agricultural Chemicals Co.; 346
Geigy Chemical Corp.; 272, 346, 473
General Dynamics Corp., General Atomic Division; 375, 438
General Electric Co.; 63, 410, 451
General Foods Corp., Birds Eye Division; 375, 438
General Foods Fund, Inc.; 339, 553
General Motors Corp., Birds Eye Division; 398
General Refineries Inc.; 565
Georgia-Pacific Foundation; 61, 106, 113, 177, 185, 261, 350, 469, 561, 571
Gerber Baby Foods; 555
Gerber Products Co.; 560
Gift & Grant Report; 300, 415
Gifts & Grants; 47, 106, 172, 261, 330, 394, 468, 553
Girard Trust Bank; 553
Glide High School; 348
Glide Parent Teacher Assoc.; 47
Gold Beach Soroptimist Club; 562
Good, Gaile, Memorial Fund; 561
Governors Education Coordinating Council; 133, 303
Graduate Study & Research Center; 67
Grand Chapter of Oregon, Order of Eastern Star, Medford; 405
Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Beaverton; 571
Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Portland; 469
Grand Guardian Council of Oregon, International Order Job's Daughters; 468, 474, 484
Grande Ronde, Parent Teacher Assoc.; 571
Grande Ronde Symphony Assoc.; 276, 414
Grange Insurance Assoc.; 483
Grant High School; 60, 483, 570
Grant High School Dads Club; 106, 172, 274, 553, 571
Grant High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 172
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 56, 486
Grasle, W. R., Co.; 4
Great Western National Bank; 413
Greater Sacramento Valley Area OSU Alumni Assoc.; 469
Gresham Elks Lodge #1805; 47
Gresham Grade School Teachers Assoc.; 570
Gresham Rotary Club; 119, 469
Gresham Union High School; 469, 483

H...H...H...H...H...

Hallmark Cards, Inc.; 106, 261
Halvorson, Elling, Co.; 89
Halvorson, H., Inc.; 23, 208, 210, 325
Hamilton, Moore, Memorial Fund; 485
Hamlin & Martin, Architects; 75, 81, 305, 310, 360, 370, 438
Hanna Ladies; 553
Hansen, C. J., Co.; 324
Harder Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 313, 325
Hardie, Waldo S., & Son; 252
Hartford, John A., Foundation, Inc.; 175, 202, 312
Harvey Aluminum, Inc.; 339, 349, 559
Haskins & Sells Foundation, Inc.; 261
Haupert Tractor Co.; 47, 261, 474
Hay, John, Fellows Program; 474
Hearst, William Randolph, Found.; 261, 330, 333
Henley School Parents & Patrons Assoc.; 484
Heppner Band Parents Club; 121
Heppner Elks Lodge; 485
Heppner High School; 47, 469
Heppner Parent Teacher Assoc.; 186
Heppner Soroptimist Club; 572
Hermiston Elks Lodge; 173, 553
Hermiston Kiwanis Club; 553
Hertz, Fannie & John, Engineering Scholarship Foundation; 113
Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 90, 93, 234, 362
Hewlett-Packard Co., Harrison Laboratory Division; 394
High School-College Relations Committee; 416
High School-College Relations Council; 416
Higher Education Act of 1965; 421
Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963; 23, 94, 224, 236, 245, 395, 423, 449, 498, 510, 535, 546, 588, 590
Higher Education Student Loan Fund; 286
Hill, Edith Knight, award to Dean Baird; 224
Hill, Harold Newlin, Foundation; 553
Hill, Louis & Maud, Family Found.; 182, 399, 560
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 553, 571
Hillsboro Lions Club; 553
Hillsboro Union High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 474, 484
Hilo High School; 469
Hoerner Foundation; 261
Hood River County Jaycees; 553
Hood River High School; 570
Hood River Traffic Assoc.; 375, 398
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 2, 48, 74, 88, 93, 107, 156, 193, 230, 242, 306, 318, 320, 360, 400, 436,

445, 447, 448, 475, 498, 515, 563

Housing for students; 353
Hoyt's, Byron, Sheet Music Service, Inc.; 172, 330, 346

I...I...I...I...I...

IBM Corporation; 113, 268
IBM Thomas J. Watson Memorial Scholarship Program; 330
Idaho State Dept. of Education; 476
I.L.W.U. Auxiliary #1; 484
Illinois Valley High School; 553
Inc Kaiulani Home for Girls; 414
Independent Affiliated Organizations; 28, 415
Indiana, State of; 113
Indiana, State of, Vocational Rehabilitation Division; 56
Indirect cost allowances, use of for buildings; 236
Information, publications & advertising, Administrative Code amended; 99
Inland Machinery Co.; 485
Institute of International Education; 56, 106, 113, 330, 349, 399, 469
Insurance, group, all staff; 28
Insured Tuition Payment Plan; 469
Interinstitutional Patent Policy Committee; 376
International College of Dentists, USA Section; 405
International Harvester Co.; 62
International Order for Rainbow Girls; 486, 572
Investment Report; 382
Iranian Embassy; 113
Iraq Embassy; 56, 177

J...J...J...J...J...

Jackson County Association of Insurance Agents; 485
Jackson County Young Farmer's Club; 394
Jackson Foundation; 61, 62, 106, 114, 349, 479, 553, 571, 572, 573
James, Theron, Scholarship Fund; 555
Jefferson Lions Club; 62, 553
Jeppsen & Miller , Architects; 79, 86, 229
Jet Propulsion Laboratory; 178, 470
Job's Daughters; 483, 570
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 56, 339
Joint Campus Doctoral Program in Speech pathology & Audiology; 579
Joseph Parent Teacher Assoc.; 261, 276
Josephine County; 182
Journalism Education in State System; 486, 487
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 486
Junction City Education Assoc.; 469
Junior Achievement-Columbia Empire, Inc.; 483

K...K...K...K...K...

Kaiser Foundation; 274
Kamehameha Foundation; 106, 261, 268
Kamehameha Schools; 113
Kappa Phi Delta; 266
Kelley, Grant, & Associates; 193, 253, 503
Kellogg, W. K., Foundation; 56, 272
Kelly Foundation; 480
Kennedy, Joseph P., Jr., Foundation; 107, 400
Kentucky Research Foundation; 113
Klamath County Board of Commissioners; 249
Klamath County Chapter March of Dimes; 394
Klamath County Home Extension; 277
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 268
Klamath Falls Chamber of Commerce; 186
Klamath Falls Classroom Teachers Assoc.; 484
Klamath Union High School; 349
Knight, Richard C., Insurance Agency; 56, 177, 469
Knighten, Wiley, College Scholarship Fund; 470, 485
Kroeker, J. Donald & Associates; 8, 81, 229, 313, 322, 324, 451
Kuwait Embassy; 56, 268\

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La Grande Eagles Lodge, Aerie #259; 276
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 485, 554
La Grande Fruit Co.; 276
La Grande Kiwanis Club; 485
La Grande Publishing Co.; 414
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 414
Lake Oswego High School, Laker Dads Club; 469
Lakers Dad's Club; 570, 571
Land purchases; 16, 138, 154, 155, 156, 241, 298
Land purchases, Board policy on; 587
Lane Community College; 429
Lane County, agreement with U of O for Stadium; 253
Lane County Bank; 330, 339
Lane County, exchange land, U of O; 212
Langmack Scholarship Fund; 261
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 469
Lebanon Public Schools, Associated Students; 399
Lebanon Union High School; 339
Lederle Laboratories; 334
Legislature 1965; 66, 187:

Forest research advisory committee, name change; 25
Graduate Education & Research in Portland; 66
Group Insurance, all staff; 28
House Joint Resolution 61 (Constitutional Amendment); 297
Ways & Means Committee; 66, 89, 138, 187, 236, 297, 352, 419, 589

Leman, Wm., Inc.; 118
Lemons, J. C., Inc.; 323
Lerch, Charles W., & Associates; 319
Lewis & Clark College; 174
Liberia, Republic of, Embassy; 113, 177
Library report; 159
Licensed Beverage Industries, Inc.; 400
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 394, 406
Lilly, Eli, & Co.; 272, 559
Lincoln County Foundation; 56, 554
Linfield Science addition; 590
Link Foundation; 177
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust; 485, 562
Longview Fibre Co.; 469
Longview Plumbing & Heating Co.; 89, 322
Lorentz Bruun Co.; 321
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 192, 193, 234, 356, 446

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Madison High School Dads Club; 47
Madras High School; 469, 485, 571
Maguire, Shields, Morrison, Bailey & Kester; 399
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc.; 474
Mapleton Lions Club; 554
Mapleton M Club; 554
Mapleton Parent Teacher Assoc.; 469
Markham, Edwin, Parent Teacher Assoc.; 569
Married Student Housing Report; 76, 145
Marshall High School; 554, 570
Marshall, John, High School, Dads Club; 113
Marshfield High School; 347, 561
Marylhurst College; 590
Maupin Lions Club, Lions Auxiliary & Parent Teacher Assoc.; 554
Mayfield, Leonard B., Memorial; 474
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 107, 111
McKay's, K. E., of Port Orford, Inc.; 554
McKays Market, Coos Bay; 571
McKenzie River Schools; 554
McKittrick, Jerry, Scholarship Fund; 469
McLoughlin Union High School; 555
McMinnville Lions Club; 113, 268
McMinnville Rotana Club; 562
Mead Johnson Co.; 335
Medford Peace Officers; 414
Medford Public Schools; 47, 276, 474, 475
Medford Rotary Club; 47, 261, 485
Medford Senior High School; 56, 470
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon; 255, 420, 421
Medical School:

Administration; 257
Alumni Association; 174
Animal Farm improvements; 4
Bettman, Adalbert G, estate of; 254, 566
Budget; P1, P2, P5, P24, 286
Cafeteria facilities; 14, 15, 155
Calbreath, Effa, estate of; 55
Cardiovascular Laboratory; 63
Central Incinerator Plant; 156
Clinical Laboratory Bldg. alterations 3rd floor; 206
Clinical Laboratory Bldg. elevator replacement; 206
Crippled Children's Division, space need; 579
Deans & department heads; 257
Dickens, Elizabeth V., estate of; 110
Dormitory charges for women; 256
Eldridge, H. L., estate of; 266
Equipment replacements; 257
Gifts; 53, 110, 174, 156, 334, 405, 479, 565
Goat breeding bldgs.; 4
Hospital fees; 455
Hunter, Frederick M., estate of; 410
Indirect cost increase; 95, 257
Institutional services; 257
Kaegie, Anna Marie, estate of; 479
Keith, Hillery J., estate of; 410
Knowles, Josephine K., estate of; 539, 567
Library budget; 257
Library Bldg. addition; 154, 239
Living-in program for women students; 26
Medical Science Bldg., 3rd, 4th, & 5th floors, alterations; 194, 312
Medical Science Bldg., 5th floor alterations; 84, 156, 202
Medical Science Bldg., incinerator; 206
Outpatient Clinic Bldg. addition; 154, 239
Parking Structure; 12, 16, 154, 230, 239, 278, 298, 311, 366, 534
Personnel adjustments; 30, 104, 168, 259, 329, 392, 466, 551
Physical Plant budget; 257
Quarantine Bldg.; 4
Rich, Georgia, estate of; 479
Rosenfeld, W. J., estate of; 175
Speech & Hearing Clinic; 579
Taylor, Mae B, estate of; 55
Teaching Hospital addition; 13, 156, 319
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics budget; P3,P15, 287
Tuberculosis Hospitals budget; P3, P18, P287
Women students living-in program; 26
Work, A.M., estate of; 409, 415

Meier & Frank Foundation; 60
Mellinger, Edward Arthur, Educational Found., Inc.; 106, 474
Merck & Co.; 560
Mercy High School; 394
Merit award program for teaching excellence; 487, 490
Micro-Card Reader Corp.; 185
Milheim Foundation for Cancer Research; 406
Miller-Freeman Publications; 60
Mills, Victor, Award; 349
Milton-Freewater Education Assoc.; 399, 572
Milton-Freewater Rotary Club; 554
Milwaukie Rod & Gun Club; 56
Minden Construction, Inc.; 228
Mink Farmers Research Found.; 398
Mitchell & McArthur, Landscape Architects; 88, 200, 437, 508
Mockford & Rudd, Architects; 326
Moderne Studio & Camera Shop; 485
Molalla Area Teachers Assoc.; 483
Monsanto Co.; 272
Morin & Longwood, Architects; 364, 372
Morris, L. H., Electric Co; 253
Morrison, Carl E., Memorial Scholarship; 474
Morrow, Robert D., Inc.; 190
Moses, Glen, Memorial Fund; 484
Mountain Copper Co., Ltd.; 182
Mu Phi Epsilon Patroness; 47, 172
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 113
Multnomah County Hospital; 279
Multnomah County Medical Society; 47, 110
Multnomah County School District #1; 554
Muscular Dystrophy Association; 57
Myrtle Creek Parent Teacher Assoc.; 349

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NAHB Scholarship Found., Inc.; 268
National Academy of Sciences; 225
National Aeronautics & Space Administration; 266, 471
National Appliance Co.; 266
National Association of Animal Breeders; 118
National Assoc. of Letter Carriers; 570
National Assoc. of Retail Grocers of the U.S.; 399
National Cancer Institute; 406
National Committee for Education in Family Finance; 48
National Council for Stream Improvement; 179, 182, 395, 399
National Council to Combat Blindness, Inc.; 334
National Cystic Fibrosis Research Found.; 175, 407
National Defense Education Act; 143, 540
National Foundation; 110, 407
National Foundation March of Dimes; 47, 330
National Fund for Medical Education; 335
National Institutes of Health; 63, 347, 535
National Merit Scholarship Corp.; 274, 330, 339
National Multiple Sclerosis Society; 175
National Park Service; 50, 107, 330
National Science Foundation; 44, 48, 57, 60, 61, 73, 107, 114, 120, 121, 172, 178, 185, 193,

245, 258, 262, 269, 274, 276, 331, 340, 347, 349, 394, 400, 410, 415, 438, 444, 471,
474, 498, 500, 535, 540, 556, 562, 570

National Society for Prevention of Blindness, Inc.; 407
Neah-Kah-Nie High School; 571
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 175, 407
New York Cancer Research Institute, Inc.; 567
Newport Elkettes; 486
N.E.W.S. Real Estate; 184
Newspaper Fund, Inc.; 562
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 562
Non-resident students, Administrative Code amended; 19
North Bank Development Board; 253
North Bend High School Associated Student Body; 172
North Bend Public Schools Key Club; 106
North Clackamas Chapter of United Nations; 53
North Dakota Dept. of Public Instruction; 476
North Eugene High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 261
Northeast Portland Kiwanis Club; 554
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc.; 469
Northwest Natural Gas Co, easement to OSU; 326
Northwest Packing Co.; 177
Northwest Pulp & Paper Assoc.; 118, 269, 474
Nutrition Foundation, Inc.; 118

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O'Connor Livestock Co., easement & agreement; 248
Office of Economic Opportunity; 22, 66, 107
Officers, election of; 354
Omark Industries, Inc.; 413
Omicron Kappa Upsilon; 265
O.N.C. Scholarship Foundation; 469, 475, 485
Order of Kamehameha; 485
Oregon Association of Future Farmers of America; 56
Oregon Assoc. of Future Homemakers of America; 268
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 184, 554, 570
Oregon City Senior High School; 469, 483
Oregon Collectors Assoc.; 554, 572

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Administration; 257
Alumni Assoc.; 185
Art Education & Music Education majors; C285
Budget; P1, P2, P9, P26, 286
Butler, J. B. V., Hall; 80, 190
Campus boundaries expanded; 17
Campus border expedition; 345
Carr property purchase; 439
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg., Air Conditioning, Landscaping; 87
Cooling classroom wing Humanities & Social Science Bldg.; 323
Deans & department heads; 257
Decker property purchase; 121
Dormitory; 16, 155
Dormitory #5; 10, 80, 189
Dormitory #6; 10, 198, 321
Dormitory #7; 507
Dormitory complex; 11
Equipment replacements; 257
Equipment, scientific, purchase of; 258
Gifts; 61, 120, 185, 275, 347, 413, 484, 570
Heating plant burners replacement; 248
Humanities-Social Science Bldg.; 5, 26, 224, 323
Indirect cost credits; 257
Institutional Services; 257
Library budget; 257
Library Bldg. addition & alterations; 154, 239, 590
Marr property purchase; 213
Mentally retarded , teachers for; 45
Miscellaneous gifts; 275
Physical Education Bldg. alterations; 205
Physical Plant budget; 26, 257
ROTC training; 39
Science & mathematics Bldg.; 93
Science Laboratories & Offices; 155
Teacher education programs; C282
Willamette Empire, Inc., property purchase; 232

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers; 113, 119, 177, 184, 275, 349, 410, 469, 485, 554, 570
Oregon Council on Economic Education; 277
Oregon Dairy Industries; 113, 177
Oregon Department of Commerce; 273
Oregon Education Assoc.:

Deschutes County Unit; 553
Hermiston Local; 572
Jackson County Division; 349
Lane County Division; 261, 469, 485
Linn County; 571

Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 560
Oregon Extension Homemakers Council; 179
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.; 113, 268, 339, 554
Oregon Filbert Commission; 272
Oregon Fish Commission; 118, 273, 346, 399, 559
Oregon Golden Gloves, Inc.; 394, 475
Oregon Heart Assoc.; 111, 407, 567
Oregon Historical Society; 184
Oregon Home Economics Assoc.; 468
Oregon Home Economics Extension Council; 339
Oregon Horticultural Society; 470, 584
Oregon Industrial Education Assoc.; 554
Oregon Nursery Council Committee; 182
Oregon Nurses Assoc.; 479
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 61, 469, 483
Oregon Primate Center; 84, 420, 421
Oregon Program; 57
Oregon Racing Commission; 237, 240
Oregon Rural Electric Cooperative Assoc.; 108
Oregon Seed Growers League; 64
Oregon State Board of Health; 173
Oregon State Bowling Proprietors Assoc.; 554
Oregon State Department of Commerce; 475
Oregon State Elks Assoc.; 47, 106, 112, 175, 335, 349, 469, 485, 562, 567, 571
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs; 554
Oregon State Grange; 113
Oregon State Grange Home Economics Clubs; 554
Oregon State Nursery Advisory Committee; 380

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration; 164
Administration Bldg.; 155
Agricultural Chemistry; 163
Agricultural Economics Dept.; 256
Agricultural Engineering; 256
Agricultural Experiment Stations budget; 163, 255, 287, P3, P22
Agriculture; 164
Apperson, J. T., Endowment Fund, modification of; 283, 452
Aquatic Entomology Facility; 256
Animal Science; 163, 256
Astor, J. J., Experiment Station; 256
Avery House; 76, 310, 439
Barometer; 92
Bareinger property purchase; 223
Beach, Nellie J., Farm; 234
Biometry & Operations Research; C83, 123
Book Stores, Inc.; 177, 380, 396
Botany & Plant Pathology; 163, 256
Breithaupt property purchase; 222
Brown, Lewis, Horticultural Farm, exchange of land from; 530
Budget; P1, P2, P7, P25, 286
Business Administration, Master of; C94, 491
Butner property purchase; 369
Central Oregon Experiment Station; 256
Chapman property purchase; 91
Cold Storage Bldg., Mid-Columbia Branch Experiment Station; 375
Computer Center; 73
Cooperative Housing, student; 75
Copson, June S., estate of; 178
Cordley Hall, 1st Addition; 74, 154, 157, 237, 238, 535, 590
Cordley Hall, 2nd Addition; 155
Co-Signers, The; 339
Dads Club; 113, 177, 469, 555
Dairy Products Laboratory equip.; 328
Deans, department heads; 164
Director's office; 164
Director's reserve; 165
Dixon House; 76, 310, 439
Dormitories; 440
Dormitory & Cafeteria; 16, 155
Easement to City of Corvallis for storm sewer; 539
Easement to Consumers Power, Inc.; 382
Educational Foundation; 177
Electrical & Electronics Engineering Dept.; C83, 123
Engineering, B.S. degrees in; C84, 123
Engineering Laboratory Bldg. remodeling; 205
English, departmental major; 42
Entomology; 163
Equestrian recreation center; 237, 240, 298
Equipment replacement; 164
Exchange of land with Corvallis School District 509-J; 530
Extension agricultural production management & natural resources development; 165
Family Life & Home Management Dept.; C84, 123
Farm Corps; 163, 256
Federal Cooperative Extension Service Budget; P3, P20, 165, 287, 296
Fisheries & Wildlife Dept.; 163, 256
Food Science & Technology; 163, 256
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 94
Forest Products Research Laboratory addition; 240, 443
Forest recreation major; C84, 123
Forest Research Laboratory; 8, 94
Forestry Bldg.; 515, 518
Forestry Science Research; 163
Foundation; 61, 113, 114, 177, 185, 261, 268, 339, 469, 470, 473, 562, 571
Gifts; 55, 112, 176, 268, 339, 394, 468, 553
Greenhouse construction; 256
Greenhouse operation; 164
Hatch Act funds increased; 163
Heating Plant boiler; 7, 16, 154, 197
Heating Plant, conversion to natural gas; 197
Heating Plant improvements; 239, 298, 317
Hill hiatt property purchase; 9
Home Economics research; 163
Horticulture; 163, 256
Horticulture Farm House; 256
Humanities & Social Science majors; C49, C105, 33, 40
Hunter, Elmer D., Estate of; 183
Indirect costs; 164
Institutional service; 164
Invention development agreement with Battelle Development Corp.; 24
Kidder hall; 73
Klamath Experiment Station; 164, 256
Lease with OSU Bookstores, Inc.; 380
Liberal Arts major; C57, 32, 40
Library; 164
Library Bldg., 1st addition; 3, 156, 360
Library, old, alterations; 224
Malone property purchase; 233
Married student housing; 16, 155
Meats Laboratory; 240
Mechanical Engineering Bldg.; 154, 201, 239, 547, 588, 590
Memorial Union Board of Governors; 380
Memorial Union transferred; 280
Microbiology; 163, 256
Mid Columbia Experiment Station; 163, 375
Mortar Board; 268
Mothers Club, Lebanon; 554
Mothers Club, Pendleton; 268
Mothers Club, Portland; 268
Naval Science, discontinuing B.A. & B.S. degrees in; C84, 123
North Willamette Branch Station; 164, 256
Northwest Natural Gas Co., easement; 326
Nuclear Reactor addition to Radiation Center; 73, 238, 374, 437
Oceanography Bldg. addition; 79
Parker Stadium addition; 514, 534
Payroll assessments; 164
Pendleton Experiment Station; 164
Personnel adjustments; 30, 105, 169, 260, 329, 384, 466, 549
Physical Plant; 164
Physical Plant Office Bldg., alterations; 314
Poultry Science; 163
Radiation Center Bldg., Nuclear Reactor addition; 73, 238, 374, 437
Research service operations; 256
Rosenfeld, W. J., estate of; 179
Rowing crew facilities; 234
Science, History of; C83, 123
Service Bldg., Yaquina Bay; 90
Sherman Experiment Station; 164
Smith-Lever funds; 165
Sociology & Anthropology Dept.; C83, 123
Soils Dept.; 163
Soils Pesticide Laboratory; 256
South Residence Hall group; 440, 510
Southern Oregon Branch Station; 164
Squaw Butte-Harney Experiment Station; 256
Starker, Margaret O., estate of; 470
Statistics; 164
Statistics, Ph.D. program in; C83, 123
Summer session budget addition; 460
Swan property purchase; 222
Swine barn complex; 86, 229
Teacher education programs; C113
Teaching awards fund; 580
Triga Mark II reactor; 73, 375
Tuckpointing various bldgs.; 248
Umatilla Experiment Station; 164
Utility Tunnel electrification; 502
Utility Tunnel extensions; 16, 156, 502
Vegetable Farm bldg.; 256
Veterinary Medicine; 163
Veterinary Medicine remodeling; 256
Water Research Demonstration Laboratory; 371, 499
White, Eugene C., estate of; 397
Women's Physical Education Alumnae Assoc.; 469
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Laboratory; 23, 89
Yaquina Bay marine Science Laboratory Dormitory; 16, 155
Yoder property purchase; 91

Oregon Strawberry Council; 346

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Administration Bldg.; 207, 210
Auditorium; 156
Bachelor of Science in Technology; C88, 128
Bachelor of Technology; C88, 128
Budget; P1, P12, P26, 286
Capital construction cost revision; 92
Computer Training Program; 424
Cornett Hall; 207
Dormitory addition; 16, 155, 193
Easement to Oregon Water Corp.; 314
Easement to Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital; 23
Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology Curriculum; 487, 489
Engineering, associate in; 487
Faculty Wives & Women's Club; 186, 573
Gifts; 62, 186, 276, 349, 486, 573
Instructional equipment; 156
Instructional Shops Bldg.; 207, 210
Laboratories; 155, 239
Landscaping; 92, 156, 506
Library-Commons Bldg.; 156, 207, 211
Medical X-Ray Technology, Associate degree in; C88, 132
Nursing curriculum deferred; C88, 133
O'Connor Livestock Co., easement & agreement; 248
Paving parking areas & roads; 92, 315, 366
Paving, planting & utilities supplement; 155, 239
Personnel adjustments; 467, 551
Phase II inspection; 207
Phase II-B inspection; 207
Physical Education Bldg.; 207, 210
Physical Plant Bldg.; 207, 210
Physical Science Technology degree deferred; C88, 133
Professor rank awarded; C88, 132
Radioactive Isotopes Laboratory; 92, 208, 211
Residence Hall; 207
Residence hall addition; 441
Sidewalks 7 stairs; 92
Site work; 92
Summer sessions offered; C88, 132

Oregon Transfer Co.; 106, 261
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 266, 408
Oregon United Nations Assoc., North Clackamas Chapter Student Fund; 174
Oregon-Washington-California Pear Bureau; 59
Oregon Water Corp. easement; 314
Oregon Wheat Commission; 118, 474
Oregon Wildlife Federation; 113
Organization of American States, Pan American Union; 56
Orides Mothers; 261

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Pacific Bulb Growers Research Committee; 118, 474
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co.; 62
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 418, 561
Pacific Power & Light Co.; 186, 331
Pacific Resins & Chemicals, Inc.; 177
Pacific Southwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 560
Pacific Supply; 468
Pacific Supply Cooperative; 119
Pan American Union; 56
Parking policy; 492
Parkrose Parent Teacher Assoc.; 483, 570
Parkrose Shaver School; 469
Patent policy, Administrative Code revised; 376
Patent rights assignment, P.R. Elliker, A.W. Anderson, D.A. Corlett, K.L. Krabbenhoft; 327
Patent rights assignment, L.C. Jensen, OSU; 383
Patent rights assignment, Michael Newton, OSU; 24, 98
Patent rights assignment, William L. Pierce, OSU; 279
Patenting & marketing agreement with George J. Ball, Inc. & OSU; 380
Patterson, M. F., Foundation; 109
Patterson Plumbing Co., Inc.; 505
Paul & Backer Co.; 439
Payne & Settecase, Architects; 8, 11, 190, 198, 322, 443, 507
Payne & Struble, Architects; 358, 373, 444
Payroll assessments; 287
Peace Corps; 120, 275, 411
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 561
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 47, 572
Pendleton Rotary Club; 475
P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Fund; 339
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter AD, Prineville; 570
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter BF, The Dalles; 485
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter B1, Roseburg; 571
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter BM, Reedsport; 60, 184, 469
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter CE, Salem; 553
P.E.O. Sisterhood:

Chapter CV, Umatilla; 172
CZ Chapter, Coos Bay; 47
Oregon State Chapter; La Grande; 414, 484, 485, 562
Oregon State Chapter, Reedsport; 53
Oregon State Chapter, Salem; 479

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 106, 570
Personnel; 29, 103, 167, 259, 329, 384, 466, 549
Pfizer, Charles, & Co.; 559, 560
Pfizer Laboratories; 405, 567
Phelps-Stokes Fund; 60, 61, 119, 172, 184, 186, 346, 349, 572
Phi Beta, Alpha Rho Chapter; 569
Phi Beta Alumnae; 49
Phi Beta patronesses; 106, 261
Phi Beta Psi Sorority; 335
Philco Corp.; 22
Philomath Education Assoc.; 555
Phoenix Schools; 60, 106, 112
Physicians & Surgeons Hospital; 255
Pi Lambda Theta; 261
Pine Valley Parent Teacher Assoc.; 276
Pioneer Flouring Mill; 276
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.; 182
Plant Rehabilitation; P1, 287
Polk Miller Products Corp.; 560
Port Orford Rotary Club; 554
Portland Chi Omega Alumnae; 175
Portland, City of; 88, 164, 196, 500, 530
Portland, City of, Bureau of Parks & Public Recreation; 184
Portland Community College; 430
Portland Development Commission; 88
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 554
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations; 266
Portland Garden Club; 349
Portland General Electric Co.; 191
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc.; 175
Portland Graduate Study & Research; 67, 92, 93, 142, 189
Portland Panhellenic Assoc.; 562
Portland Rose Festival Assoc.; 113, 184, 268, 274, 469, 483

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Accreditation Survey budget addition; 460
Administration; 97
Air conditioning College Center & Library & South Park Hall; 313
Alumni Assoc.; 60
Athletic facilities, outdoor; 16, 155, 196, 239, 298, 375, 500
Budget; P1, P2, P8, P25, 286
Business office; 278
Campus expansion; 536
Central European studies certificate program; C247, 39, 45
College Bowl victory; 87
College Center Bldg., 2nd Addition; 325
Cooperative Assoc.; 347
Courand property purchase; 218, 231
Dads Club; 347
Deans & department heads; 97
Development Foundation; 184, 413
Duniway Park, agreement for use of; 164
Duniway Park improvements; 196
Equipment replacement; 97
Faculty office space need; 316, 492, 536
Frances Manor Apts. purchase; 250, 316
Gann property condemnation; 213
German, Master of Arts degree in; C234, 491
Gifts; 60, 119, 184, 274, 346, 410, 483, 569
Hadley property purchase; 93
Hardt property purchase; 222
Hoover property purchase; 196
Indirect cost increase; 97, 278
Institutional Services; 97
Instructional Services; 97
Journalism courses deferred; C92, 133
Land purchases; 241
Latin American Studies certificate program; 39, 45
Master of Arts in German; C234
Master's Degree programs; C87, 127, 351
Mentally retarded, teachers for; 350
Minnemast program; 410
Nixon Apts., condemnation; 536
Mothers Club; 483
Office of Facilities Planning & Operations; 26
Old Main, added power panel; 207
Old Main Bldg. Rehabilitation; 155, 233, 239, 512, 590
Old Main Room 314 remodeling; 207, 231
Outdoor athletic facilities; 16, 155, 196, 239, 298, 375, 500
Parking Structure; 228
Parking Structure addition; 507, 511
Personnel adjustments; 31, 170, 260, 467
Physical Education Bldg.; 530
Physical Plant operation & maintenance; 97, 278
Physical Plant Service Bldg.; 155
Portland General Electric Co., agreement to use utility tunnel conduit; 191
Registrar's Office budget addition; 99
South Park Hall addition; 3, 17, 154, 238, 298, 359, 436, 547, 588, 590
Speech correction program; C86, 126
State Hall N.E. Unit; 3, 17, 155
State Hall S.E. Unit, additional electrical capacity; 207
State Hall Prince Campbell hall; 419
State Hall S.W. Unit; 515, 528
Storm sewer replacement; 206
Student Health Service; 16
Teaching education programs; C251
Teaching awards funds; 580
Transcripts, fines & fees; 278
United Investment Co. property purchase; 195
United Presbyterian Church property purchase; 9
Urban Renewal program; 88, 162, 316
Utility tunnel Library-West; 8
Vedanta Society property condemnation; 215
Visually handicapped, teachers for; 350

Portland Urban Renewal Agency; 187
Post-High School Study; C92, 133, 161, 303
Pozzi, Levin & Wilson, Attorneys at Law; 119
Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, easement; 23
President's report; 63, 138, 224, 299, 351, 419, 492, 584
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 47
Princeville Quarterback club; 572
Progressive Music Teachers; 346
Publications & Advertising, Administrative Code amended; 99
Public Utilities Commission; 191

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Ralston Purina Co.; 394
Rayonier Inc.; 554
Reader's Digest; 353, 476
Reed Institute; 572
Reed Science Center; 590
Reedsport Union High School; 120, 275
Registry of Medical Technologists; 129
Rehabilitation program 1965; 205, 247
Reichhold Chemical Co.; 119
Research Corp.; 98, 109, 184
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc.; 266
Resolution approving completed final planning report:

Science Bldg. 2nd Addition, UO; 498

Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report:

Library Bldg. addition & alterations, EOC; 450
Library Bldg., SOC; 306
Library Bldg. 1st Addition, OSU; 361
Psychology Center & Human Research Bldg., U of O; 447
Science Bldg. 2nd Unit, SOC; 445
South Park Hall Addition, PSC; 436
Teaching Hospital Addition, Medical School; 320

Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning:

Architecture & Allied Arts Bldg. Addition, U of O; 526
Fine Arts Bldg., SOC; 522
Forestry Bldg., OSU; 518
Physical Education Bldg., EOC; 516
Library-Classroom Bldg. remodeling, SOC; 520
Science facilities, U of O; 524
State Hall S.W. Unit, PSC; 528

Resolution, classified Dept. of Defense material; 459
Resolution commending College Bowl team, PSC; 87
Resolution, condemnation; 194
Resolution condemning Courand property, PSC; 218
Resolution condemning Frances Manor Apts., PSC; 250
Resolution condemning Gann property, PSC; 213
Resolution condemning Maroutsos property, PSC; 221
Resolution condemning Nixon Apts., PSC; 537
Resolution condemning Pursley property, U of O; 532
Resolution condemning Vedanta Society property, PSC; 216
Resolution, final planning, Cordley Hall, 1st Addition, OSU; 75
Resolution from Oregon Seed Growers League; 64
Resolution of sympathy to Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Collins; 584
Resolution Oregon Horticultural Society commending F.E. Price; 584
Resolution requesting termination agreement advance preliminary planning Administration Wing, U of O; 318
Resources for the Future, Inc.; 109
Restoration Fund; P1, 287
Reynolds Dads Club; 261, 554
Reynolds High School; 60, 571
Reynolds Metal Co. Scholarship; 562
Riker Laboratories; 401
Riviera Motors, Inc.; 62
Rockefeller Foundation; 56, 177, 471, 475, 560
Rogue Equipment Co.; 349
Rohm & Haas Co.; 183, 398, 474
Roosevelt High School; 60, 483, 554
Roosevelt High School Dads Club; 483
Roseburg Business & Professional Women's Club; 562
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 112, 554, 569
Roseburg Kiwanis Club; 187
Roseburg Rotary Ann Club; 562
Roseburg Senior High School:

Associated Student Body; 554, 561
Girls League; 484, 571
National Honor Society; 485
Nebo Scholarship; 106
New Delta Club; 562

Roseburg Woman's Club; 397
Ross Electric Co. ; 535
Royal Esquire Club; 60, 570
Royal Neighbor; 468
Royal Thai Embassy; 56

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S & H Foundation, Inc. ; 473, 554, 562
Sabbatical leave, Administrative Code amended; 99
St. Louis Union Trust Co. ; 113, 268
St. Mary's High School; 186, 485
Salary adjustments academic staff; 188
Salary awards; 352
Salem Junior Chamber of Commerce; 347
Salem Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; 554
Salem Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. ; 554
Salem Rotana Club; 62, 486
Salem Zonta Club; 475
Sanborn, Sidney Nance, Memorial Grant; 480
Sandy Union High School; 554
Santa Cruz Elks Lodge #824; 555
Sartell Parent Teacher Association; 555
Saudi Arabian Education Mission; 268, 570
Scappoose Union High School; 113, 268, 469
Schetky Equipment Corp. ; 566
Scholarship programs; 142
Searle & Co. ; 273
Sears-Roebuck Foundation; 399, 469, 554
Seibert & Hunter, Architects; 7
Selenium-Tellurium Development Assoc., Inc. ; 183
Selling Research Fund; 55, 176
Seneca Lumber Co. ; 414
Shakespearean Festival; 353
Sheldon Protectioneering Report; 146
Shell Chemical Co. ; 183
Shell Companies Foundation, Inc. ; 339, 470
Shell Development Co. ;119, 183
Sherman County Scholarship Assoc. ; 274, 276, 554
Sherwood Kiwanis Club; 113
Shields, W.H., Co. ; 208, 373
Silver Spurs 4-H Riding Club; 569
Silverton Union High School; 571
Simmons, Joseph E., Trust Fund; 268
Single Student housing in temporary facilities; 77, 145
Siuslaw Parent Teacher Association; 120
Skelly, Gertrude, Trust; 483
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 193, 245, 246, 308, 315, 366, 441, 498, 507
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 399
Smith & Nelson, Contractors & Engineers; 438
Smith-Hughes funds; 540
Smith River Lumber Co. ; 571
Society of Mayflower Descendants in Oregon; 410
Soroptimist Club of Coos Bay Area; 113
Southern Oregon Bank; 56, 468
South Eugene High School Parent Teachers Association; 399
South Lane Education Association; 399
South Riverside Kiwanis Club; 469
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 47, 61, 113, 177, 261, 268, 470, 486, 562, 571

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Applied Design, Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science in; 575
Art education; 46
Athletic Stadium; 7
Bartlett property purchase; 250
Bewley property purchase; 417
Biology, departmental degree; 44
Bowman property purchase; 368, 502
Britt Student Center addition; 16, 156, 307
Buck property purchase; 367
Budget, P1, P2, P10, P26; 286
Campus boundaries revised; 367
Cascade Hall Units F & G; 503
Cascade Hall Units H & I; 16, 324, 373
Central campus signal system; 206
Chemistry, departmental degree; 44
Churchill Hall Auditorium flooring; 206
Churchill Hall entrance resurfacing; 206
Churchill Hall restroom remodeling; 206
Classical Theatre, Bachelor of Fine Arts; C328, 39, 45
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg. ; 504
Cummings property purchase; 250
Dormitory; 16, 154, 155, 238, 241, 298
Eddington property purchase; 501
Education, Bachelor of Science & Bachelor of Arts; 46
English, departmental degree; 44
Faculty Wives; 348
Fine Arts Bldg. ; 515, 522
General Studies degree program; C349, 39, 45
Gifts; 61, 121, 348, 414, 484
Green Springs Dormitory Complex; 506
Hazen property purchase; 232
Heating Plant boiler addition & steam line renovation; 16, 81, 154, 238, 298, 324
History, departmental degree; 44
Humanities, Social Sciences & Sciences majors; C50, C317, 34
Hurt property purchase; 501
Institute of Renaissance Studies; C347
Kroeger property purchase; 368
Law enforcement, certificate program in; 486, 488
Liberal arts major; C57, C313, 32, 44
Library Bldg. ; 81, 154, 238, 305, 590
Library-Classroom Bldg. remodeling; 515, 520
Lindsay property purchase; 315
Lusted property purchase; 315
Mackay property purchase; 368
Married student housing; 9, 16, 155
Married student housing project; 77
Mathematics, Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science in; 575
Millward property purchase; 213
Miscellaneous donors for scholarships; 485
Music, Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science degrees in; 574
Overseas programs in German; C84, 124, 134
Personnel adjustments; 171, 467
Physical Education Bldg. addition; 3, 154, 238, 372
Psychology, Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science in; 576
Schmaltz property purchase; 367
Science Bldg. 2nd Unit; 3, 154, 239, 241, 358, 444, 547, 588, 590
Science Hall doors, replacement; 206
Speech correction, basic norm program in; 576
Student Wives; 349
Summer session budget addition; 383
Teacher education programs; C351
Teaching awards funds; 580
Theatre, Bachelor of Science in; 45
Turner property purchase; 450
Urie property purchase; 501
Webster property purchase; 502
White property purchase; 368
Wright property purchase; 369

Southern Oregon Peace Officers Association; 339
Southern Oregon Plywood Co. ; 468, 485
Southern Oregon Timber Industries Assoc. ; 418
Southwestern Oregon Community College; 431
Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 483, 570
Sperry & Hutchinson Co. ; 63
Spokane Tribe (Colville Indian Agency) ; 571
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 554
Squibb Institute; 273
Staff retirement annuities; 188
Staff salary scale; 290
Standard Oil Co. of California; 268, 339, 394, 555
Stanton, Boles, Mcguire & Church; 82, 309, 510
State Advisory Council on Federal Assistance to Higher Education; 240
State Association of U of O Women; 330
State Audit; 257
State Board of Education; 57, 173, 179, 269, 348, 350, 413, 474, 540
State Civil Science Commission; 28, 461
State Dept. of Agriculture; 182
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 96, 197, 201, 236, 311
State Dept. of Forestry; 574
State Dept. of Planning & Development; 67, 413, 560
State Dept. of Vocational Education; 344, 310, 311, 314, 317, 324, 325, 359, 366, 373, 374, 440, 443, 445,

447, 449, 500, 510, 534, 537, 542, 580

State Game Commission; 346, 398, 560
State Highway Commission; 212
State Land Board; 223, 452
State Restoration Fund; 451
State Scholarship Commission; 142, 277, 286, 585
State Tax Commission; 95
State Water Resources Board; 59, 179
Stauffer Chemical Co. ; 273, 470
Steeck Electric Co. ; 373, 374, 503, 505
Storm damage, Christmas week floods, 1964; 23
Straus, John, Trust; 554
Student Building Fees Income; 456, 457
Student Building Fees, Policies for; 458
Student discipline, Administrative Code amended; 99
Student housing; 353
Students, charges to; 293
Student unrest discussed at Association of Governing Boards meeting; 495
Summer session contingency fund, 1965; P1, 287
Summer sessions, 1965; 540
Summer sessions budget, 1966; 539
Summer sessions fees, 1966; 540
Summer sessions, 4th term; 139, 541
Summer sessions workshops, 1965; P1, 287
Sunset High School; 106
Sunset High School Dad's Club; 394, 400, 486
Sunset High School Teachers Assoc. ; 339
Supervisors of Moses Lake Soil Conservation District; 554
Supplements; 145, 154, 425, 588
Surgical Sales, Inc. ; 53
Sweet Home Community Scholarship Fund; 555
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 339
Sweet Home High School Community Scholarship Fund; 106, 120, 261, 268, 275
Sweet Home High School Tri M Honor Society; 400
Swindells Foundation; 55

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Teacher certification courses; C26, 134
Teaching awards; P1, 287, 487, 490, 580
Teaching Research Division budget; P1, P14, 287
Tech-Craft, Inc. ; 321
Tee & Jay Constructors; 314
Tektronix Foundation; 120, 176, 184, 347, 555
Tektronix, Inc. ; 180, 275, 558
Tektronix Industrial Park; 412
Television, Educational, financing; 133, 135
Television, National Educational; 135
Temp-Control Corp. ; 208
Tenure, Promotion & Timely Notice, Administrative Code amended; 101
Texaco, Inc. ; 339
The Dalles Elks Lodge #303; 106
The Dalles Senior High School; 47, 572
The Dalles Senior High School Parent Teacher Association; 60, 485
Thespian Troop #358; 475
Theta Sigma Phi; 224
Thompson, David E., Landscape Architect; 500
3-G Lumber Co. ; 25
Thrift Shop of Folk Club; 268
Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437; 339, 555
Tillamook High School; 555
Tillamook High School Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 349
Tillamook People's Utility District; 485
Tillamook Teachers Association; 120
Todd, A.M., Co. ; 119, 183, 273
Todd Building Co; 503, 535
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 571
Touche, Ross, Bailey & Smart; 483
Tou Velle Trust Fund; 47, 262, 561
Transicold Corp. ; 394
Treasure Valley Community College; 432
Triple R Ranch; 398
Troutdale Parent Teacher Association & Lions Club Scholarship Fund; 483
Trowbridge Electric Co. ; 505
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 567
Tucker, Max D., Estate; 106, 172
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 113, 177, 469, 562
Tuition Plan of New Hampshire, Inc. ; 56, 177
Tulana Farms; 59
Turkish Embassy; 56
Turner Educational Trust; 62, 268, 470, 485, 571

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Umatilla Parent Teacher Association; 572
Umatilla Reservation, Confederated Tribes; 486
Umpqua Community College; 432, 483
Union Junior Woman Club; 414
Union Parent Teacher Association; 62
Unites Arab Republic; 56, 113, 177
United-Buckingham Freight Lines; 468
United California Bank Trust Office; 555
United Daughters of the Confederacy; 113
United Health Foundation, Inc. ; 267
United Presbyterian Church, Board of Christian Education; 486, 554
United Scholarship Service, Inc. ; 61, 119, 185, 562, 570, 571
U.S. Agency for International Development; 414
U.S. Air Force; 468
U.S. Air Force, Office of Scientific Research; 331
U.S. Army Electronics Command; 180
U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Command; 265, 567
U.S. Army Research Office; 331, 478
U.S. Borax & Chemical Corp. ; 183
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 56, 399
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service; 117, 274, 560
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service; 59, 118
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service; 60
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Transportation & Facilities Research Division; 183
U.S. Dept. of Defense, Resolution re classified information; 459
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 49, 57, 61, 67, 69, 113, 121, 180, 184, 263, 276, 277, 331, 341,

347, 348, 349, 396, 402, 408, 411, 413, 420, 484, 531, 556, 563, 571, 572

U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare, Vocational Rehabilitation Administration; 332, 335, 404, 482
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 50, 107, 114, 342, 396, 558
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 185, 402
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; 59, 117, 273, 402, 559
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation; 183, 273
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Fish & Wildlife Service; 180
U.S. Dept. of Labor; 173, 396, 405, 411, 477
U.S. Dept. of State; 275
U.S. National Bank of Oregon:

Portland; 56, 106, 113, 177, 268, 339, 470
Klamath Falls; 485

U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office; 114
U.S. Navy Dept. ; 56
U.S. Navy Regional Finance Center; 177
U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity; 263, 349, 402, 563, 572
U.S. Office of Education; 108, 120, 173, 240, 478, 589
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 50, 58, 109, 111, 114, 225, 342, 396, 478, 479, 569
U.S. Office of Scientific Research; 405
U.S. Plywood Co. ; 330
U.S. Public Health Service; 50, 52, 53, 58, 108, 109, 111, 115, 173, 176, 180, 202, 225, 263, 265, 267,

270, 275, 312, 332, 334, 335, 342, 347, 350, 371, 397, 403, 405, 408, 412, 414, 472,
476, 478, 480, 499, 557, 564, 565, 568, 570, 579

U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II; 470
U.S. World Figure Skating Team, 1961, Memorial Fund; 60
University of Hawaii; 268
University of Kentucky; 268
University of Minnesota; 410

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Accelerator addition to Infirmary; 192, 252
Administration; 97, 278
Administration Bldg. ; 155, 318
Andersen property purchase; 376
Anderson property purchase; 196
Architecture & Allied Arts Bldg. addition; 515, 526
Beekman estate property sale; 327
Behavioral Science Complex; 193, 356
Buchman, Rose E., estate of; 262
Budget; P1, P2, P4, P24, 286
Business Administration, Overseas program in; C191, 579
Campbell Hall addition; 82, 309, 510
Campus boundaries contracted; 211, 231
Campus boundaries extended; 6
Central Cooling System, Phase I; 16, 154, 238, 298, 322
Chapman Hall addition; 82
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center; 82, 154, 239, 309, 510, 590
Coca-Cola property purchase; 232
Co-Ed Housing, Inc., lease portions Hendricks Hall; 381
Cole property purchase; 222
Computer Center; 364, 372
Condon Hall addition; 82, 309, 510
Deans & department heads; 97, 278
De Less property; 501
Dental School (See Dental School)
Development Fund; 47, 172, 262, 399, 478, 562, 564
Diehl, Patsy, Memorial Scholarship; 47
Dormitory; 16, 79, 155, 199
Easement to City of Eugene; 317
Easement to Dog House Restaurant; 7
East campus urban renewal project; 200, 437
Education School, remodel room 127; 248
Equipment replacement; 97, 278
Eugene, City of, conveyance of land to; 98
Exchange land Lane County; 212
Failing, Henry F., Estate of; 400
Gifts; 47, 106, 172, 261, 330, 399, 474, 561
Graduate School facilities; 372
Granzer property purchase; 7
Handball courts; 16, 88, 155, 508
Heating plant damage to turbine; 451
Heating plant, primary electrical service; 192
Hendricks Hall, lease portions of to Co-Ed Housing, Inc. ; 381
Historical Museum; 254
Humanities Complex; 82
Human Research Laboratory Bldg. ; 356, 446
Hunter, Maurice Harold, estate of; 47
Hunter property purchase; 233
Indirect cost increase; 96, 278
Infirmary, accelerator addition to; 192, 252
Institute of Industrial & Labor Relations; C85, 125
Institutional Services; 97, 278
Instructional Services; 97, 278
Intercollegiate Athletics Dept. ; 3
Job Corps Training Center; 21
Lamb property purchase; 440
Lane County exchange land with; 212
Library addition; 224, 365
Library budget; 97, 278
Lunas property purchase; 439
Marine Biology Station Laboratory; 155, 157
Marine Biology Station property transfer to Port of Coos Bay; 223
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Physical Education Bldg., Swimming Pool addition; 85
Music Bldg. basement renovation; 206
Overseas program in Business Administration; C191, 579
Parking Structure; 16, 79, 156
Personnel adjustments; 29, 103, 167, 259, 385, 550
Physical Plant; 97, 278
Physiotherapy Unit in Student Health Service Bldg. ; 3
Primary Electrical Service; 192, 253
Psychology & General Classroom Bldg. ; 356
Psychology Center & Human Research Bldg. ; 193, 225, 356, 447
Psychology Dept. ; 446
Pursley property condemnation; 532
Recreational facilities; 16, 155
Science Bldg., 2nd addition; 154, 157, 238, 245, 298, 308, 498, 590
Speech & Hearing Clinic; 579
Stadium; 253, 507
Starr, Joseph K., estate of; 261
Stein property purchase; 196
Student Health Service Bldg. ; 3, 98
Student Nurse Association; 334
Swimming Pool; 16, 85, 155
Taylor property purchase; 369
Teacher education programs; C192
Teaching awards program, statement on; 591
Tennis courts; 16, 88, 155, 508
Tongue Point Job Corps Training Center; 21, 29, 107
Urban planning projects; 48, 200, 437
Valentin property purchase; 91
Van de Graaff Accelerator; 192, 253
Villard Hall 3rd floor alterations; 206
Waning property purchase; 90
Watts property purchase; 376
Women's Physical Education Bldg. addition & alterations; 155
University of Portland Office & Classroom Bldg. ; 590

University of Washington Center for Graduate Study; 177
University of Wisconsin; 406
University of Wyoming; 56, 177
Upjohn Co. ; 273, 346, 559
Urban Plumbing & Heating Co. ; 210, 228, 502
Urban Renewal Agency of City of Eugene; 437

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Vail, Ronald, Scholarship; 274
Valsetz High School; 177, 571
Vancouver Soroptimist Club; 554
Van Waters & Rogers, Inc. ; 277
Various donors; 177
Velsicol Chemical Corp. ; 399
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Ladies Auxiliary to Over the Top Post #81; 110
Victorville Kiwanis Club; 555
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 55, 335

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Wade, R.M., Foundation; 268, 269
Wallace Laboratories; 480
Walton, Izaak, League of America; 414
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for War Orphans, Inc. ; 474
Wasco County Union High School; 572
Washington County Chapter March of Dimes; 60
Washington State Dept. of Education; 333
Washington State Elks Assoc. ; 555
Washington, State of; 476
Washington State University; 56, 177
West Anchorage High School Parent Teacher Association; 470
West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau; 25
West Coast Lumberman's Association; 419
Western Conference of Teamsters; 485
Western Electric Fund; 555
Western Electronic Education Fund; 268
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, budget; P1, P14, 287
Western Forest Industries Association; 419
Western Kraft Corp. ; 468
Western Mechanical, Inc. ; 373, 374, 503
Western Oregon Onion Growers Association; 60, 346
Western Rod & Reel Club; 56, 555
Western Wood Preservers Institute; 419
Western Wood Products Association; 418
Western X-Ray; 277
Westwood Pharmaceuticals; 55, 567
Weyerhaueser Co. Foundation; 47, 399
Whittell, George, High School; 113, 268
Wilcox, Chester M., Memorial Scholarship; 339
Willamette Cherry Growers, Inc. ; 474
Willamette University; 39
Willamette University Library; 590
Willamette Valley Lumber Co. ; 394, 483
Williams, Lew, Foundation, Inc. ; 561
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank, Architects; 93, 201, 506
Wilson, Woodrow, Foundation; 47
Wilson, Woodrow, High School; 570
Wilson, Woodrow, High School Parent Teacher Association; 470, 555, 570
Wolff/Zimmer/Associates; 12, 17, 87, 229, 230, 311, 359, 366, 436, 448, 507, 511, 534
Woman's Club of Indio; 555
Women in Construction in Portland; 276
Women of the Moose; 479
Women's Advertising Club; 412
Women's Architecture League; 562
Women's Auxiliary of the Oregon State Dental Association; 265
Women's Benefit Association; 470, 485
Women's Society of Christian Service of Methodist Church; 119, 483
Woodburn Junior Chamber of Commerce; 106
Woodburn Rotary Club; 330
Woodbury, Ralph Prescott, Endowment Memorial Scholarship Fund; 469
Woolley Logging Co. ; 470, 562
Wooster, Earl, Senior High School; 400
World Championship Timber Carnival; 470
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; 47, 262
Wy'east High School; 570
Wy'east Parent Teacher Association; 555

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Yakima Indian Nation of Confederated Tribes & Bands; 483
Yale University; 562
Yokohama Officers' Wives Club; 485
Yoncalla Parent Teacher Association; 554

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