OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1966



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Abel, Richard, & Co. Inc.; 446
Academic Affairs Committee; 68, 226, 301, 412, 589
Ace Electric Co.; 216, 257, 459, 496
Active 20-30 Club; 330
Ad Hoc Committee on Revision to Administrative Code; 669
Ad Hoc Committee on Student Housing Policies; 149, 623
Administrative Code Revised:

Executors of estates authorized exchange, sell stocks, etc. before transfer to Board; 568
Legal service & contractors; 46
Naming buildings; 288

Admissions policies; 355, 382
African-American Institute; 56, 161, 244, 330, 433, 527, 606, 687
Aging, Interagency Committee on; 479, 592
Agricultural Development Council, Inc. ; 232
Agricultural Engineering Research Found. ; 466
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Research Foundation; 63, 235, 466, 587, 826, 920
Aid Association for Lutherans; 922
Air Force Aid Society; 72, 484
Air Force R.O.T.C. Scholarship Fund; 601
Alaska Loggers Association; 915
Alaska State Dept. of Health & Social Services; 600
Albany Altrusa Club; 57, 915
Albany Elementary Schools; 78
Albany Rotary Club; 65, 829, 916
Albany Union High School; 457, 601
Albina Page Fund; 238, 244, 249, 253, 469, 487, 598, 601
Albright Memorial Scholarship; 457
Alcoa Foundation; 838
Allegheny Foundation; 927
Allis & Evans, Inc. ; 577
Allstate Foundation; 70
Allyn Foundation, Inc. ; 66
Alpha Delta kappa Scholarship; 457
Alpha Gamma Delta; 484
Alpha Kappa Psi; 838
Alsea High School; 78
America's Junior Miss Scholarship Foundation, Inc. ; 64, 238, 469, 589
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons; 829
American Association of University Women, Ashland; 841
American Association of University Women, Communication from; 221
American Association of University Women, Coos Bay; 57
American Association of University Women, Klamath Falls; 238, 922
American Association of University Women, West Linn; 57, 915
American Bank & Trust Co. ; 232
American Baptist Board of Education & Publication; 57, 457
American Baptist Women of Oregon ; 915
American Business Women's Assoc. ; 64, 72, 75, 469, 594, 598, 601, 915, 922
American Cancer Society; 589
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division, Inc. ; 71, 244, 480, 581, 594, 833
American Chemical Society; 60, 239, 838, 917
American Cyanamid Co. ; 920
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education; 823
American Heart Assoc., Oregon Division; 927
American Hoechst Corp. ; 587
American Institute of Architects; 922
American Kennel Club; 594
American Legion Auxiliary, Salem; 580, 922
American Legion Auxiliary Unit #17, Coos Bay; 922
American Legion, Cottage Grove; 580, 922
American Legion Auxiliary, Chicago; 72
American Legion Auxiliary, Portland; 238
American Legion Auxiliary Post 51, Lebanon; 238
American National Red Cross; 915
American Professional Practice Assoc. ; 594
American Rose Foundation; 920
American Samoa, Government of; 484, 840
American Society for Mentals; 917
American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters; 484
American Society of Civil Engineers, Oregon Section; 815, 915
American Steel & Supply; 66
American University of Cairo; 71
American Water Works Association; 915
Amoco Production Foundation; 457
Amundson Associates, Architects/Planners; 693, 799, 899, 943
Andersen, Elmer L. & Eleanor J., Found. ; 239
Anonymous Donors; 580, 599, 838, 915
Antelope Valley High School; 64
Appendix; 86, 607, 661
Applied Theory Associates, Inc. ; 232
Architects Etceteras; 819
Arizona Sawyers Scholarship Fund; 457
Arms Academy; 457, 459
Army Officers Wives Club; 915
Army Relief Society; 238
Ashland, City of, road development, SOC campus; 54
Ashland Community Hospital Auxiliary; 487
Ashland Elkettes; 75
Ashland High School; 823
Ashland Lions Club; 488, 603
Ashland Public Schools; 57, 457
Ashland Senior High School; 65, 75, 253, 457, 469, 487, 922
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 76, 488
Association of American Indian Affairs, Inc. ; 77
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture; 238, 589
Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology; 482
Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc. ; 604
Atlantic Richfield Co. ; 917
Astoria Business & Professional Women's Club; 601
Astoria Regatta Association; 57
Astoria Senior High School; 64, 251
Atkinson Foundation; 484
Automotive Parking financing; 35
Auxiliary Enterprise financing, debt service; 32
Auxiliary of Mission Community Hospital; 915
Auxiliary to Professional Engineers of Oregon; 915
Ayers, Nyles C., Scholarship Program; 916
Ayerst Laboratories; 62, 336

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Babcock & Wilcox Co., The; 3
Babson, Sidney, Scholarship Fund; 690
Baker Elks Lodge #388; 172
Baker Kiwanis Club; 66, 254
Baker Soroptimist Club; 66
Ballot Measure II, State Bonds for Education Facilities; 311
Balsiger Motor Co. Employees; 167
Balzhiser, Seder & Rhodes; 94, 264
Bandon Community Scholarship Fund; 56, 680, 702
Bandon Lions Club; 680
Bank of America N.T. & S.A. & Assoc.; 193, 547
Bank of California N.A. & Assoc.; 193
Bank of Commerce; 154, 253
Bank of Calif., N.A., Marine Midland Municipals Co., Foster & Marshall, Inc., Merril Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. ; 940
Bankers Trust Co. & Associates; 83, 502
Banks High School Mom & Dad's Club; 457
Baroid Sales Division, National Lead Co. ; 460
Baseball, Office of Commissioner of; 249, 598, 603, 841
Basic Science Examining Committee; 31
Bate Plywood Co. ; 57, 64, 469, 823, 922
Battelle Development Corp. ; 23, 877
Beane, Walter H. & Beatrice, Trust Fund; 922
Beaverton Educational Secretarial Assoc. ; 57
Beaverton Lodge #100, A.F. & A.M. ; 72, 601
Beaverton School District #48; 604
Bekins Scholarship Found. ; 64, 922
Bend Business & Professional Women's Club; 833
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 457
Bend High School; 57, 64
Bend Public Schools; 57, 932
Beneficial Foundation, Inc. ; 922
Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. ; 57
Benson Polytechnic High School; 249, 484, 915, 922
Benson, Simon, Fund, Inc. ; 915
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 915
Beta Sigma Phi; 594, 922
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church; 249
Blackfoot Indian Reservation; 484
Blue Mountain Lanes; 77
Blue Mountain TV Cable Co. ; 78
Blum-Kovler Foundation 238, 469
Blyth Eastman Dillon & Co., Inc. ; 81, 940
Board Committee on Public Services; 912
Board Committee Appointments; 198
Board Committee on Housing; 149, 623
Board Committee on Procedures; 184
Board Meetings (Regular)

January 24-25; 1
March 7-8; 91
April 25-26; 196
June 14-15; 255
July 25-26; 343
September 13-14; 452
October 24-25; 550
December 12-13; 622

Board Meetings (Special):

April 20; 184
April 21; 192
October 5; 545

Board members appointed; 197
Board of World Missions; 688
Boeing Co.; 680
Bohemia Lumber Co.; 324; 601
Boise Cascade Corp., Mt. Emily Division; 450
Boise Cascade, Fine Paper Division; 620
Bonds, Series 1966A, Sale of $6,000,000; 490, 510, 544, 545, 546
Bonneville Power Administration; 55, 160, 241, 328, 430, 504, 520, 601
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 95
Boyd Coffee Co.; 616
Bridge Parent Teacher Assoc.; 702
Bristol Laboratories; 63, 336, 442, 697
Bristow, Ray, Co., Inc.; 65
Britt Memorial Scholarship Fund; 607, 618, 680
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 56, 619, 680
Brookings Rotary Club; 680
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 341, 701
Brownell Electric, Inc.; 556
Brooks, Bobbie, National Scholarship Found.; 600
Brunn, Lorentz, Co.; 199, 556
Budget, Annual 1966-67; 122, 579
Budget, Biennial, 1967-69; 290, 382, 477, 566, 664
Budget, Biennial, 1965-67; 578
Budgeting, review of procedures; 47
Buerge, Claude, Construction Co.; 565
Building Bonds Series 1966, $3,220,000; 133, 187, 192
Building projects financed by Series 1966 Bonds; 130
Bullitt Foundation, Inc.; 338
Bumble Bee Seafoods, Inc.; 328
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 161, 680
Burns Mothers Club; 680
Burroughs Welcome Co.; 612
Byard, Susan, Scholarship; 330
Bylaws, State Board of Higher Education, amended; 184

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Cabrillo Civic Clubs, Inc.; 607
California Foundation for Medical Research; 688
California-Pacific Utilities Co.; 66, 618, 705
California Packing Corp.; 238
Calvary Presbyterian Church; 251
Camas Valley Parent Teacher Assoc.; 619
Cambridge Trust Co.; 688
Campbell, Michael, Yost; 460, 461, 475, 567
Campbell, Miller, Michael, Yost, Architects; 102, 202, 263, 285, 460
Campbell Soup Co.; 328
Canby High School Student Body; 688
Canby Kiwanis Club; 619
Canteen Co. of Oregon; 65, 701
Canyon Scholarship Fund; 702
Capital Construction, Land Purchases, Architectural/Engineering Planning, 1967-69, 1969-71, 1971-73; 361, 635
Capital Construction Program, 1965-67; 509
Capital Construction Program, 1967-69, preliminary planning; 221, 566, 635
Capital Construction Program, 1967-73; 355; 509
Capital Outlay Expenditures, Categories of; 356
Carnation Co. Scholarship Foundation; 56, 154, 238, 244, 607, 703
Carpenter Foundation; 51, 56, 66, 171, 172, 238, 244, 251, 253, 330, 338, 340, 448, 618, 621, 680, 688
Castro Valley Soroptimist Club; 608
Center for Continuing Medical Education; 697
Center for Graduate Study; 602, 683
Central Lane County Jaycees; 56, 66
Central Lane Planning Council; 271
Central Lane YM & YWCA; 600, 607
Central Point School District #6; 51, 238, 253, 330, 608
Centralized Activities:

Budget; P1, P15, P28, P96, 126, 583
Comptroller's Office Budget; 582
Gifts; 173
Indirect cost credits; 409
Office of Institutional Research budget; 582
Personnel Adjustments; 153, 323, 679

Champoeg Lodge #27, A.F. & A.M.; 423, 600
Chancellor's Report; 88, 149, 233, 307, 417, 506, 591
Channel 8, Medford; 584
Chase Manhattan Bank N.A. & Associates; 193, 547
Chemagro Corp.; 431
Chevron Chemical Co.; 241, 328, 431
Chevy Chase Estates Garden Club; 324, 680
Chewings Fescue & Red Creeping Fescue Commission; 241
Chi Omega Junior Alumnae; 442
Chi Omega Sorority; 336
Childs, Jane Coffin, Memorial Fund; 527
Chin Up Club, Portland Chapter #6; 446
Christenson Electric, Inc.; 458
Christian House; 433
Chugiak Ladies Club; 600
Churchhill Tours, Inc.; 65, 702
Ciba Corp.; 167
Civitan International; 56
Clackamas County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 696
Claggett, W. D., Mechanical Contractors; 199, 216
Clark Charitable Trust; 56
Clarke Electric Co.; 93
Clatsop Community College Library; 334
Clatsop County School District #30; 701
C.M. & E. Co., Sale of; 496
Coachella Valley Business & Professional Women's Club; 154
Coast Guard Welfare Fund; 680
Coca Cola Bottling Co., purchase roadway from; 287
Cole, Clark & Cunningham, Inc.; 423
College Women's Club of Rogue River Valley; 619
Colleges for Oregon's Future Committee; 509
Collins Radio Co.; 602
Collins, Robert, Scholarship Fund; 173
Collins, Vern, Plumbing & Heating; 454
Colorado State Dept. of Education; 529
Columbia County, exchange of land; 139
Columbia Hospital Auxiliary of Astoria; 607
Columbia Power Cooperative Assoc.; 620, 680
Columbia University; 619
Commercial Solvents Corp.; 55
Commonwealth Fund; 248
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 232, 306, 505
Condon Elks Lodge #1869; 56, 704
Condon Parent Teacher Assoc.; 519
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 680, 703
Consolidated Supply Co.; 63
Consolidated Vacuum Corp.; 254
Consumers Power, Inc.; 519
Continental Coffee Co.; 171, 539
Continental Construction Co., Inc.; 4
Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Assoc.; 193, 546
Contractors, Inc.; 215, 345, 476
Cook, Inc., patent agreement, Medical School; 659
Cooperative Student Housing; 104, 573, 631
Coos Bay Area Soroptimist Club; 154, 238
Coos Bay Education Assoc.; 56, 340, 680
Coos Bay Girls Athletic Assoc.; 423
Coos Bay Pirates; 56, 688
Copenhagen, Inc.; 3
Corvallis, City of, Urban Renewal Agency; 140
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 56, 607, 680, 688
Corvallis Soroptimist Club; 612
Cottage Grove Rotary Club; 519
Cottage Grove Senior High School; 680, 703, 704
Council for Tobacco Research; 441
Courtesy Chevrolet; 621
Crater High School; 618
Crater Lions; 619
Creswell High School; 56, 154, 600
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 680
Crook County Chapter National Foundation March of Dimes; 56
Crow Grange #450; 688
Crown Zellerbach Corp.; 55, 242
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 248, 324, 338, 600, 605, 607, 612, 617, 680, 688, 701
Culture Club, The; 56
Cummins Engine Found.; 600
Curricular Requests 1966-67; 68, 88, 148
Curry County Court; 606

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Dallas High School; 600
Daly, Bernard, Fund; 342, 621
Danforth Found.; 56, 244
Data processing procedures, review of; 48
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Dept. of Oregon; 543
Dawson, James R., Memorial Fund; 172
DeArmond, Sherman & Barber, Law Offices; 330
Degree of Honor Protective Assoc.; 701
Degrees; 146, 301, 411, 589
Delta Delta Delta Bldg. Assoc.; 688
Delta Kappa Gamma; 253, 342, 541, 619, 703
Delta Sigma Theta, Alaska Alumnae Chapter; 606
De Luxe Check Printers Found.; 336
Dental School:

Alumni Assoc.; 533
Bettman, Frances, bequest; 166, 440, 533
Budget, 1966-67; P1, P2, P6, P26, P96, 125, 580
Central Water Chilling, ground 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors; 643
Dental Clinics Biennial Budget; 394, 405
Dental Clinics Budget; P3, P20, P96, 126
Dental hygienist fee; 664
Dental Hygienists Alumnae Assoc.; 441
Dental School Bldg. Addition; 371
Enrollments; 122
Evaluation fee; 40
Fifth floor alterations; 282
First clinic wing (enclose & finish roof area); 371
Gifts; 62, 166, 247, 334, 440, 533, 611, 695
Graduating Class of 1956; 533
Heating & Electrical Requirements, survey of; 557
Junior Auxiliary; 695
Liability insurance for clinic dentists, hygienists, registered nurses; 408
Parking Structure; 45, 215
Personnel Adjustments; 49, 513, 597, 677
Rich, Georgia B., bequest; 166
Screening windows main floor; 647
Women's Residence Hall charges; 41

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschidienst; 690
Diamond Alkali Co. Foundation; 324, 328, 431
Dickey, John Humbird, Memorial Fund; 66
Dierick, Bob, Memorial Scholarship; 688
Diocese of Oregon, Donation of St. Aidan's Episcopal Church; 56
Division of Continuing Education:

Architectural & Engineering Planning; 638
Budget 1966-67; P1, P2, P13, P28, P96, 125
Counseling fees; 40
Easement to Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co.; 224
Educational Radio & Television Programming; 288
Educational Television (interstate microwave connection); 373
Gifts; 342, 451, 544, 621, 705
Independent Study; 288
Indirect cost credits, increase; 505
Klamath Falls UHF Television Station; 373
BOAC-TV, agreement with Pacific Teletronics, Inc., 290
Land purchases; 638
Monmouth Center & Service Bldg.; 373
Northwestern Incorporated, Motion Pictures & Recording lease; 225
Office & Educational Media Center Bldg. Corvallis Continuation Center; 362, 638
Office & Studio Bldg., 2nd Addition; 373
Office, Studio & Conference Center Bldg., 3rd Addition; 373
Pacific Teletronics, Inc., agreement to carry KOAC-TV programs; 290
Personnel Adjustments; 518, 679
Portland Center; 288
Service fee income increase; 288
Student union operations charge; 40
Television broadcasting equipment replacement & improvement; 33

Deornbecher Children's Hospital Guide; 63, 442, 697
Dog House Restaurant easement; 31
Donaho, Kim, Memorial; 689
Donahue & Fleskes Corp.; 212
Dormitories, Economy living; 112
Dormitory charges; 41
Dormitory housing tax exemptions; 89
Douglas County Home Extension; 423
Douglas, David, High School; 701, 702
Douglas High School; 703
Douglas High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 58
Dow Chemical Co.; 328, 423, 431
Drain Plywood Co.; 161, 619
Drake, Donald M., Co.; 339
Dreyfus Found. Inc.; 601
Duke Laboratories, Inc.; 167
Dukehart & Kinney, Architects; 260, 282, 648
duPont de Nemours & Co., E.I.; 239, 424, 431

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Eagles Memorial Foundation Fund; 423
Easement from Southern Pacific Co. to OSU for underground steam line; 380
Easement to City of Ashland by SOC for street, sidewalk & utilities; 474
Easement to City of Portland for water main, Medical School; 474
Easement to Coca Cola Bottling Co. for road access, UO; 287
Easement to Dog House Restaurant by UO; 31
Easement to Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co. by DCE; 224
East Side Rotary Club of Portland; 66, 339

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Administration Bldg., alterations; 646
Administration Bldg., auditorium rehabilitation; 202, 260
Budget addition for equipment; 655
Business in General Studies Program; 76
Curricular requests 1966-67; 75, 148
Degree requirement, restatement of; 76
Education Bldg.; 362, 638
Enrollments; 123
Fees for resident students increased; 662
Field House; 368
Gifts; 66, 172, 254, 342, 450, 543, 620, 704
Graduate student fee; 40
Heating plant relocation & expansion; 263, 362, 634, 638
Lease for Range & Wildlife Habitat Laboratory; 488
Library Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 34, 261
Library Bldg. Addition, mezzanine floor; 368
Married Student Housing; 364, 639
Men's Dorm. Complex, 1st Unit; 368
Personnel Adjustments; 237, 422
Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 264
Range & Wildlife Habitat Laboratory; 488
Science-Mathematics Bldg.; 97
Speech correction, basic norm in; 412, 415
Summer Session budget addition; 505
Vacation of streets; 634
Warehouse-Shop Bldg. Addition; 368
Women's Dormitory Complex, 1st Unit; 368
Women's Physical Education Bldg. Addition; 362, 637, 642

Outscore Kiwanis Club; 244
Economy Living Dormitories; 104, 112
Education Funds, Inc.; 154, 238, 600, 680
Educational Coordinating Council; 34, 540, 560, 702
Educators Manufacturing Co.; 94, 555
E.J.D. Enterprises, Inc.; 340
Election of officers; 417
Electric Club of Oregon; 680
Electrical Women's Round Table; 324
Elks National Foundation; 56, 66, 161, 681, 688
Elmira High School Parent Teacher Club; 66
Emerick, Paul B., Co.; 456, 458, 459, 650
Engineers Council for Professional Development; 80, 590
Englewood School Retired Teachers Scholarship; 617
Enrollment Report; 89, 122, 418, 549, 579, 591, 666
Epilepsy Foundation; 63
Episcopal Church, Honolulu; 519
Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Gamma Nu Chapter; 607
ESCO Corp.; 680
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 532
Eugene Panhellenic; 688
Eugene Rotary Foundation; 433, 688
Evans Products Co. Foundation; 338
Evans Scholarship Foundation; 57, 161, 330, 688
Ex-Newsboys Assoc.; 681
Executive Women's Club; 171

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Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Fee Charges; 39, 661
Field Emission Corp.; 602
Financial procedures, review of; 48
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., Klamath Falls; 67, 155
First Methodist Church; 238
First National Bank of Chicago & Associates; 193, 547
First National Bank of Chicago, Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 547
First National Bank of Oregon; 59, 193, 338, 340, 448, 547, 681, 688, 701
First National Bank of Oregon, Harris Trust & Savings Bank, The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A., & Associates; 547
First National City Bank & Associates; 193, 546
Fish Commission of Oregon; 431
Fison's Pest Control, Ltd.; 55
Florence Rotary Club; 703
FMC Corp., Niagara Chemical Division; 328, 526
Ford Foundation; 245, 330, 433
Ford Motor Co. Fund; 161, 330, 543, 600
Forest Glen Lumber Co.; 619
Forest Grove High School Letterman Club; 688
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 146, 410
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 410
Fortin Foundation, Inc.; 161, 244, 607
Fossil Parent Teacher Assoc.; 342
Franklin High School:

Student Body, Hi Ki Ki; 57
Parent Teacher Assoc. & National Honor Society; 607, 617
Dads Club; 681

Fraternal Order of Eagles; 154, 450
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ladies Auxiliary; 535
Fraternities & Sororities; 633
Freightliner Corp.; 681
Friendly-Rosenthal Found., Inc.; 168
Friends of the Museum; 62
Fullman Mechanical Contractors; 262
Fulton Provision Co.; 616
Funds for Education, Inc.; 600
Future Teachers of America Scholarship; 340, 619

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Gamble, Ted, Inc.; 701
Garbarino, Arighi, Marracci & Co.; 701
Geigy Chemical Corp.; 432, 606
General Brotherhood Board, Church of the Brethren, Inc.; 57
General Electric Co.; 33
General Foods Corp.; 606
General Foods Fund, Inc.; 423, 600
General Motors Corp.; 57, 688
Georgia-Pacific Corp.; 171
Georgia-Pacific Found.; 51, 57, 238, 244, 254, 338, 340, 433, 446, 600, 607, 703
German & Central European Affairs Conference; 479
Gevurtz Furniture Co.; 171
Gifts & Grants; 51, 154, 238, 324, 423, 519, 600, 680
Gifts & Grants, Report of; 309, 506
Gillette Co.; 51
Glenwood Parent Teacher Assoc.; 619
Glide High School:

Parent Teacher Assoc.; 57
Student Body; 57, 688, 703

Governor's Award for Employment of the Handicapped; 703
Graduate students, out-of-state, nonresident fee; 298, 408
Grande Rone Parent Teacher Assoc.; 703
Grange Insurance Assoc.; 423
Grant High School; 65, 688
Grant High School Dads Club; 56, 324, 448
Grants Pass High School; 600, 619
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 621
Greater Anchorage Area; 688
Greater Sacramento Area Alumni Assoc.; 681
Green Valley Lumber Co., Inc.; 607
Gresham General Hospital Scholarship; 57
Greshman Grade School Teachers Assoc.; 607
Gresham Junior Chamber of Commerce; 57, 539
Gresham Rotary Club; 58
Gresham Union High School; 600, 617
Gresham Union High School Teachers Assoc.; 607
Grolier Foundation, Inc.; 330
Grove, M. O., Memorial Scholarship; 619

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Haines-Tatarian & Associates; 154
Hall, M.W. Prince, Grand Lodge of Oregon; 57
Hallmark Cards, Inc.; 57, 161, 330, 688
Hallock-Zarones Co.; 248
Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; 193, 546

Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., Smith, Barney & Co., Inc., Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc., Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago, & Associates; 546, 547

Hamlin, Martin & Oredson, Architects; 100, 214, 265, 454, 457, 557
Hammond, Sarch Reid, Book Fund; 172
Hanna Ladies; 705
Hensen, C.J., Co.; 98
Hardie, Waldo S., & Son; 212, 257
Harding Grange #122; 165
Harney Co. Junior Chamber of Commerce; 688
Harris, Lester D., Memorial Scholarships; 253, 619
Harris Trust & Savings Bank; 193, 547
Hartford, John A., Found., Inc.; 535
Haskins & Sells Found., Inc.; 161
Haupert Tractor Scholarship; 57, 244
Hearst, William Randolph, Found.; 244, 246, 438
Henley High School; 621, 681
Henley High School Parents & Patron's Club; 704
Heppner Band Parents Club; 154, 172
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 56, 688
Heppner High School; 681
Hercules Powder Co.; 432
Hermiston Elks Lodge #1845; 56, 161, 342, 688
Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 98, 120, 200, 208, 264, 642
Hewlett Packard Co.; 683
Hickey, James S., Inc.; 260, 554
Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963, Title I; 34, 100, 202, 207, 211, 213, 214, 221, 263, 347, 348, 456, 459, 462, 473, 476, 496, 509, 554, 560, 565
Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963, Title II; 348, 459, 563, 652, 653
Hill, Harold Newlin, Found.; 154, 681
Hill, Louis & Maud, Found.; 55, 160, 242, 329, 432
Hill, Willis A., General Contractor; 562
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 688
Hillsboro Lions Club, Inc.; 681, 701
Hillsboro Union High School; 539, 681
Hillsboro Union High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 705
Home Extension Units of Harney County; 161
Homestead High School Associated Student Body; 688
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 22, 59, 120, 162, 221
Housing & Urban Development Act of 1965; 467
Housing & Urban Development, Dept. of; 208, 219, 221, 222, 246, 351
Housing for single students; 114, 174
Housing, student, 104
Hoyt's, Byron, Sheet Music Service, Inc.; 433, 446
Hufford, Len, Construction Co.; 345
Humble Oil & Refining Co.; 432
Humble Oil Education Foundation; 683
Hunter Scholarship Trust Fund; 688

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ICOA Life Insurance Co.; 688, 705
Idaho Agricultural Extension Service; 687
Idaho Grand Chapter Order of Eastern Star; 57
Illinois Valley High School; 621, 681
Incidental fees increased; 662
Inc. Kaiulani Home for Girls; 171
Industrial Electric Service Co.; 681
Industrial Forestry Assoc.; 252, 410, 702
Inland Machinery Co.; 620
Institute of International Education; 251, 528, 681, 701
Institute of Life Insurance; 245
Institutional degree list; 146, 301, 411, 589
Interagency Commission on Aging; 479, 592
Interagency Committee on Mental Retardation; 71
Inter-Club Council Scholarship; 619
Interim Tax Study Committee; 89
Interinstitutional Committee on Residence Classification; 232, 306
Interinstitutional Fee & Dormitory Committees; 39
International Assoc. of Machinists & Aerospace Workers; 600
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; 600
IBM Corporation; 239
International College of Dentists; 533
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union; 600
International Order of Job's Daughters:

Gladstone; 619
Portland; 66

International Order of Rainbow Girls, Tillamook; 57
Investment Report; 496

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Jackson County Assoc. of Insurance Agents; 66
Jackson County, Beekman property, sale to; 143, 283
Jackson County Community Action Council, Inc.; 683
Jackson County Insurance Agents; 619
Jackson County Young Farmers Club; 681
Jackson Foundation Scholarship; 57, 65, 681, 688, 696, 704
Jackson, Maria C., Foundation; 703
Jackson, Phillip Ludwell, Charitable Trust; 338
James, Theron, Scholarship Fund; 58, 161, 172, 330, 620, 690
Jantzen Inc.; 57, 688
Jaycee War Memorial Fund; 688
Jefferson Plywood Co.; 616
Jeppsen & Miller, Architects; 4, 209, 562
Job's Daughters; 600, 701
Johnson, C.O., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 703
Johnson, Collis, Family Found.; 248
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 51, 240, 423, 601
Josephine County; 242
Juckeland Motors; 543
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 681
Junction City Education Assoc.; 600
Junction City Parent Teacher Assoc.; 340, 703
Junior Achievement-Columbia Empire, Inc.; 600, 617
Junior Achievement of Eugene-Springfield; 600
Junior Achievement of Greater Seattle, Inc.; 681
Junior Achievement of Tacoma, Inc.; 57

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Kach Machine Works, Inc.; 249
Kailulani Home for Girls Trust, Inc., 620
Kamehamha, Order of; 619
Kamehameha Schools; 154, 324
Kardon, Samual, Foundation; 608
Kelley, Grant & Associates; 203
Kenai School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 703
Ketchikan International Lions Club; 57, 681, 689
Kingsford Co., agreement to purchase fly ash from UO; 477
Kingsley Lumber Co.; 701
Klamath Board of Realtors; 689
Klamath County; 606
Klamath County Medical Auxiliary; 441
Klamath County Museum; 527
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 607
Klamath Falls Kiwanis Club; 172, 705
Klamath Falls Soroptimist Club; 451
Klamath Falls Quota Club; 342
Knight Insurance Agency, Inc.; 51, 154, 238
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates; 3, 98, 114, 206, 217, 258, 259, 352, 553, 557, 643
KTVA, Anchorage; 689

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La Grande Eagles Lodge, Aerie #259; 253
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 705
La Grande Fruit Co.; 254
La Grande Rotary Club; 254
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 254
Lakenheath American High School Scholarship Fund; 433
Lakers Dads Club; 681, 689, 705
Lamb-Weston, Inc.; 160, 238, 423, 681
Land acquisition policies; 356
Land purchases 1967-69; 635
Lane County Bank; 703
Langmack Scholarship Fund; 56
Lasley Knitting Co.; 701
League of Oregon Cities; 144
Lear, Marie, Scholarship Fund; 617
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 57, 423, 527
Lebanon High School; 527
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 681
Lebanon Public Schools; 528
Lederle Laboratories; 441
Lee Built Construction Co.; 651
Lee Foundation; 324
Legal Service & Contracts, Administrative Code revised; 46
Legislature 1965, House Joint Resolution 61 (Constitutional Amend.); 311
Legislature 1967:

Basic Science law; 674
Bond Borrowing law; 670
Constitutional amendment permit investment stocks; 672
Creation & composition State Board higher Education & State Dept. Higher Ed.; 672
Employees to direct salaries be deposited with bank (one check payroll play); 671
Gift annuities; 674
Group Insurance program for academic staff; 670
Higher Ed. revolving fund increase; 671
Legislation to be sought or supported; 670
Moving costs of persons displaced by acquisition of property, Board to pay; 670
Prequalification of prospective bidders; 673
Revenue bond authorization; 672
Urban Renewal Projects; 673

Lehigh University; 607
Leman, Wm., Inc.; 243
Leukemia Society, Inc., Oregon Chapter; 62
Lewis & Clark College; 57
Liability insurance Dental School Staff; 408
Life Insurance Medical Research Fund; 535
Lilly, Eli, & Co.; 63, 442
Lincoln County Foundation; 66, 340, 681, 703
Lincoln County Nurses Assoc.; 442
Linn County Oregon Education Assoc.; 57
Lipman Wolfe & Co.; 324
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust; 161, 172, 244, 253, 619
Litton Industries, The, Foundation of; 681
Livorno American High School; 689
Longview Fibre Co.; 681
Longview Plumbing & Heating Co.; 97, 258
Lord Bros. Contractors, Inc.; 458, 650
Lord, William T., Scholarship Fund; 703
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 645
Lutheran Brotherhood; 701

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MacAlester College; 689
Mack Trucks, Inc.; 342
Macy, Josiah, Jr., Foundation; 535
Madras High School Student Body; 620, 703
Malheur County Onion Growers Assoc.; 329
Mapleton Lions Club; 57, 681, 689
Mapleton Parent Teacher Assoc.; 607
Marathon Oil Co.; 683
March of Dimes, Juneau; 244
Marcola School District #79; 58
Marin General Hospital Volunteers; 607, 689
Marion County School District #24J; 424
Markham, Edwin, Parent Teacher Assoc.; 701
Married Student Housing report; 114, 174, 629
Marshall, John, High School:

Dads Club; 681, 688
Girls League: 57

Marshfield High School:

Hi-Y Club; 600
National Honor Society Club; 681

Master campus planning policy; 355
Matanuska Electric Assoc., Inc., 600
Mathis, Jack, General Contractor, Inc.; 553
Maupin Lions Club, Lions Auxiliary & Parent Teacher Assoc.; 154
Mayfield, Leonard B, Memorial Scholarship; 57, 244
Mayflower Farms employees; 168
McCloud River Railroad Co.; 621
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 433, 443
McKays Markets, Coos Bay; 57, 340, 619, 681, 689
McKays Market, Myrtle Point; 689
McKays Pay N' Save; 703
McKenzie Education Assoc.; 57, 681, 689, 703
McKenzie, Gary, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 51
McLoughlin Union High School; 704
McLoughlin Union High School Pep Club; 57, 324
McMinnville Lions Club; 161, 330, 423, 681, 689
Meadows Pontiac Co.; 65
Medford Elks Lodge #1168; 324, 681, 688
Medford Jaycees; 619
Medford Mail Tribune; 619
Medford Printing Co.; 57
Medford Public Schools; 244, 251, 253, 618
Medford Rotary Club; 619, 689
Medford Rotary Educational Grant; 253, 254, 619
Medford Senior High School; 51, 238, 601, 608, 619
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon; 64
Medical School:

Alumni Assoc.; 337
Ansley, Jessie A., estate of; 534
Auditorium (Conversion to Library Stack facilities); 372
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg.; 222, 372
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg.; 222, 372
Bettman, Adaalbert G., estate of; 248, 567
Block, Iver, estate of; 697
Boiler, heating plant; 3
Budget 1966-67; P1, P2, P5, P25, P99, 125, 580
Cafeteria facilities; 361, 637
Campus boundaries extended; 463
Central Heating Plant boiler; 3
Central Heating Plant (Relocation & Expansion); 372
Central Incinerator Plant; 363, 638
Chapman, Eva S., Estate of; 534
C.M. & E. Co., sale of; 496
Crippled Children's Division Biennial Budget; 394, 396, 405, 480
Crippled Children's Division Budget; P3, P18, P95, P96, 126, 223, 396
Easement to City of Portland for water main; 474
Electrical distribution system (Expansion & extension); 372
Enrollments; 122
Entrance deposit; 40
Evaluation fee; 40
Fey, Elizabeth T., estate of; 697
Gifts; 62, 167, 248, 335, 441, 534, 612, 696
Health service overdraft; 40
Heating & Electrical requirements, survey of; 557
Herbert, Ethel M., estate of; 248
Hospital fees; 487
Hospital, Second Addition; 372
Hospitals & clinics budget; 578
Incidental fee; 40
Laboratory & course fee; 40
Library Bldg. addition; 260, 566
Medical Science & Administration Bldgs. (Alterations); 372
Medical Science Bldg., 5th Floor remodeling; 259, 363, 639
Medical Science Bldg., illumination 3rd floor corridors; 647
Medical Technology instruction budget; 581
Mental Retardation Center; 263, 363, 638
Nelson, Fred E., estate of; 249
Noren, Myrtle W., estate of; 697
Nursing School accreditation program; 479, 483
Nursing, School of, salary improvement; 578, 581
Nursing School Student Body; 442
Outpatient Clinic Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 378, 458
Parking structure; 45, 215
Parking structure No. 2; 372
Parking structure No. 3; 372
Patent agreement with Cook, Inc.; 659
Patent rights assignment, Dotter, Bilbao; 659
Patent rights assignment, Underwood, Gowing, Johnston; 225
Personnel adjustments; 50, 153, 322, 420, 514, 598, 678
Physical Plant Bldg. alterations; 564
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech, Inc., lease modification; 297
Riggs estate property sale; 298
Riggs, Mae, bequest; 169
Schifferer, William C., estate of; 613
Selling, Dr. Laurence, Fund; 441
State Tuberculosis Hospitals budget; P3, P19, P95, P96, 126
Teaching Hospital addition; 361, 637
Teaching Hospital & Clinic budget; P3, P16, P95, P96, 126
Teaching Hospital, 11th floor alterations; 648
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics biennial budget; 394, 396, 405, 480
Teaching Hospitals & Clinics, deficiency appropriation; 486
Weeks Trust Fund; 567
Wetle property purchase; 463
Women's Residence Hall charges; 41
Women's Residence Hall, ground & 7th floor completion; 363, 639
Work, A.M., Estate of; 251, 658

Meier & Frank Co.; 701
Mellinger, Edward Arthur, Educational Foundation, Inc.; 244, 607
Mercer Women's Civic Club; 57
Merion Bluegrass Assoc.; 606
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. & Associates; 193, 546
Michigan Avenue Parent Teacher Assoc.; 519
Milheim Foundation; 535
Milton-Freewater Teachers; 705
Milwaukie High School Student Fund; 254
Milwaukie Rod & Gun Club; 154
Minden Construction Co.; 262
Mink Farmers Research Foundation; 242, 526
Minneapolis Star & Tribune Co.; 244
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; 238
Miscellaneous donors; 619, 704
Miss America Pageant; 681
Miss Umatilla County Fund; 342
Mobil Oil Co.; 52, 690
Moderne Studio; 619
Molalla Area Teachers Assoc.; 681
Monmouth, City of, street assessments for OCE; 374
Monsanto Co.; 329
Montana State Dept. of Public Instruction; 529
Moore, C. C., & Co.; 3
Moore, Frances E., Library Scholarship; 703
Moore-Rana Mfg. Co.; 606
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 547
Morn & Longwood, Architects; 99, 282, 346
Morris, L. H., Electric Co.; 212, 456
Moron, Bill, Co., Inc.; 539
Morrison, W. Bruce, & Associates, Inc., Consulting Engineers; 263, 285, 286, 287, 349, 634
Morrow County Schools Scholarship; 689
Morrow, Robert D., Inc.; 95
Moses, George, Memorial; 704
Mosser Plan for Teaching Awards; 594
Mu Phi Epsilon; 57, 689
Mu Phi Epsilon Patroness; 57, 330
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 154
Multnomah County Medical Society; 168
Multnomah County School District #1; 682
Multnomah Kennel Club; 338
Music Educators National Conference; 245
Music lesson fees; 407, 482, 663
Musicians Mutual Association; 57
Myrtle Creek International Lions Club; 689, 704
Myrtle Point Parent Teacher Assoc.; 549, 619
Myrtle Point Parent Teacher Student Organization; 619


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NAHB Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; 423
Naming buildings, Administrative Code revised; 288
National Aeronautics & Space Administration; 52, 250, 523, 602
National Assoc. of Artificial Breeders; 242
National Assoc. of Letter Carriers; 701
National Assoc. of Retail Grocers; 619
National Assoc. of Secondary School Principals; 57, 689
National Assoc. of State Universities & Land Grant Colleges; 669
National Bank of Washington; 701
National Council for Accreditation of Teaching Education; 582, 660
National Council for Stream Improvement; 325, 520, 526
National Council of Churches; 669
National Cystic Fibrosis Research Found.; 336, 535
National Dairy Council; 247
National Defense Education Act; 54, 172, 602
National Education Assoc.; 239
National Foundation; 442, 534, 619, 696
National Foundation March of Dimes; 168
National Foundation on the Arts & Humanities; 528
National Fund for Medical Education, Inc.; 336
National Honor Society; 689
National Institute for Advanced Study in Teaching Disadvantaged Youth; 608
National Institutes of Health; 560
National Merit Scholarship Corp.; 325, 331, 338, 433
National Park Service; 60, 245
National Restaurant Foundation; 600
National Scholarship Foundation of Miss America Pageant; 330

National Science Foundation; 52, 59, 66, 155, 161, 171, 172, 213, 239, 245, 282, 325, 331, 339, 341, 424, 433, 447, 448, 449, 520, 528, 535, 540, 543, 560, 603, 609, 612, 616, 618, 644, 645, 652, 683, 690, 697

National Secretaries Association; 251
National Selective Service Board; 90
Navy Relief Society Educational Fund; 600, 607
Neah-Kah-Nie Parent Teacher Council; 689
Nenana Parent Teacher Assoc.; 682
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 337
Newport Business & Professional Club; 681
Newport Elks Lodge #2105; 681, 688
N.E.W.S. Real Estate; 171
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 161, 607
Nissen Motor Corp.; 451
Noble, Konrad, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 681
Nonresident fee for out-of-state graduate students; 298, 408, 663
North American Baptist General Missionary Society; 607
North American Benefit Assoc.; 342, 619
North Eugene High School; 689
North Eugene High School Parent-Teacher Scholarship; 58, 161
Northern Enterprises, Inc.; 446
Northwest Assoc. of Secondary & Higher Schools; 582, 691
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc.; 55, 601
Northwest Nazarene College; 612
Northwest Packing Co.; 238
Northwest Pulp & Paper Assoc.; 55
Northwest Regional Educational Research Laboratory; 245, 301
Northwestern Incorporated, Motion Pictures & Recording lease to DCE; 225
Nudleman, Eugene R.; 701

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Office of Economic Opportunity; 61, 162
Officers, election of; 417
Older Americans Act, Title III; 592
O.N.C. Scholarship Foundation; 601, 607
Ontario Emblem Club; 681
Ophir Parent Teacher Assoc.; 704
Order of Ahepa; 689
Order of Eastern Star, Grand Chapter of Oregon; 612
Order of Eastern Star, Madras; 617
Order of Eastern Star of Oregon, Portland; 619
Oregon Arthritis & Rheumatism Found., Inc.; 168, 535
Oregon Assoc. of Broadcasters; 57, 607
Oregon Assoc. of Future Homemakers of America; 519
Oregon Assoc. of Retirement Services; 611
Oregon Athletic Equipment; 251
Oregon Chapter, The Arthritis Found.; 168
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 65, 681
Oregon City Lions Club; 607
Oregon City Senior High School; 601, 608
Oregon City Women of the Elks; 612
Oregon Collectors Assoc.; 58, 689, 703

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

BA/BS Degree in General Studies, Law program accepted; 412, 415
Budget 1966-67; P1, P2, P9, P27, P96, 125, 580
Budget addition for accreditation survey; 660
Butler Hall; 463
Campus Demonstration School; 368
Campus planning; 507
Campus planning, architectural & engineering; 361, 637
Counseling program disapproved; 73
Curricular Requests 1966-67; 72, 148
Dining Hall & Kitchen; 368
Dormitory #6; 462, 556
Dormitory #7; 205, 362, 638
Dormitory #8; 363, 639
Dormitory #9; 368
Dormitory #10; 368
Enrollments; 123
Fees for resident students increased; 662
Fine Arts Bldg.; 368
Gentle Hall; 462, 556
Gifts; 171, 252, 340, 448, 541, 617, 702
Graduate student fee; 40
Heating plant improvements; 287, 361, 637
Indirect cost credits; 289
Law credits accepted toward degree; 415
Library Bldg. addition; 21, 201, 368, 462, 554
Medical Technology program deferred; 73
Mental retardation, standard norm program in; 72
Music Bldg. addition; 368
Personnel adjustments; 237, 422, 516
Physical Education Facilities (Phase I); 368
Physical Education Facilities (Phase II); 368
Physical Education, teaching major in; 73
Physical Plant Service Bldg. add.; 646
Science Bldg.; 120, 361, 497, 503, 637
Science-Math Bldg., Phase I & II; 208
Science-Math Bldg., Phase II; 368
Street assessments, City of Monmouth; 374
Street construction project; 363, 639
Student Center Renovation & Addition Teaching Research Demonstration Facility; 368
Teaching equipment, budget add. for; 583

Oregon Conference of United Church of Christ; 703
Oregon Conference of United Church of Christ Trust Fund; 340
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc.; 58, 154, 161, 172, 251, 253, 324, 330, 338, 450, 539, 541, 619, 682, 689, 703
Oregon Council for Curriculum & Instruction; 252
Oregon Dairy Industries; 324
Oregon Education Assoc.:

Deschutes Co.; 703
Lane County Division; 154, 171, 324, 449
Portland; 703

Oregon Educational Coordinating Council; 100, 213, 214
Oregon Extension Homemakers Council; 423
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.; 51, 238, 519, 682
Oregon Federation of Junior Women's Clubs; 448
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 607
Oregon Feed, Seed & Suppliers Assoc.; 101, 526
Oregon Filbert Commission; 55
Oregon Fish Commission; 56, 242, 325, 526, 687
Oregon Fryer Commission; 601
Oregon Golden Gloves, Inc.; 251, 541
Oregon Graduate Center for Study & Research; 416
Oregon Heart Assoc.; 64, 168, 249, 335, 443, 521, 536, 697
Oregon Higher Education-Board of Control Council on Coope Research; 87
Oregon Horseman's Assoc.; 467
Oregon Holly Growers Assoc.; 242, 526
Oregon Home Economics Assoc.; 601
Oregon Horticultural Society; 519
Oregon Industrial Education Assoc.; 682
Oregon Nurses Assoc.; 612
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 58, 161, 330, 689
Oregon Pilot's Assoc.; 338
Oregon School Employees; 704
Oregon Seed Growers League; 526
Oregon Seed League, Research & Information Committee; 527
Oregon Social Welfare Assoc.; 338
Oregon Society for Crippled Children & Adults, Inc.; 339, 342
Oregon Society of Mayflower Descendants; 701
Oregon Sportwriters & Broadcasters Assoc.; 58
Oregon State Bowling Proprietors Assoc.; 154, 689
Oregon State Elks Assoc.; 58, 63, 167, 249, 433, 612, 613, 619, 620, 682, 689, 703
Oregon State Employees Assoc.; 58, 154, 172, 253, 324, 682, 689, 701, 703
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs; 338, 446
Oregon State Game Commission; 526, 687
Oregon State Grange; 682, 689
Oregon State Grange Home Economics Clubs; 58, 682
Oregon State Highway Dept.; 606
Oregon State Land Board; 160, 687
Oregon State Sheriff's Assoc.; 66

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Adair tract, sale of.75 acre to A. S. Hawks; 354
Administration Bldg.; 141, 361, 637
Admissions office budget; 505
Agricultural Engineering Bldg. named Gilmore Hall; 116
Agricultural Engineering remodeling; 369
Agricultural Experiment Stations Budget; P3, P23, P95, P96, 126
Agricultural Research funds cut; 150
Agricultural Sciences Bldg.; 362, 638
Agricultural Science Bldg. II; 368
Allen property purchase; 464
Architectural & Engineering Planning; 362, 638
Arnold Hall; 267, 362, 638
Art Center I; 369
Art Center II, Visual Arts; 369
Art, departmental major; 78
Avery & Dixon Lodges; 454
Basketball championship; 151
Batcheller Hall remodeling; 363, 639
Benton Hall remodeling; 369, 646
Bioscience Bldg.; 361, 497, 501, 559, 637
Blodgett tract, exchange land Columbia County; 139
Bloss Hall; 267, 362, 638
Boiler; 369
Book Stores, Inc.; 238, 601, 603
Budget 1966-67; P1, P2, P7, P26, P96, 125, 580
Business Administration major change in science-technology minor requirements; 79
Cafeteria; 362, 369, 638
Cayuse, Research Vessel; 652
Central Chilling Unit; 369
Chemistry equipment replacement; 368
Civil Engineering Bldg.; 368
Civil Engineering Dept., engineering surveying degree; 79
Civil Engineering Technology; 80
Coliseum named Gill Coliseum; 205
Columbia County property exchange, Blodgett tract; 139
Commerce Hall named Bexell Hall; 116
Commerce Hall remodeling; 369
Computer Center; 368
Cooperative extension funds cut; 150
Cooperative Houses rentals; 41
Cooperative Housing Units; 369
Cordley Hall, 1st & 2nd Addition; 559
Co-Signers, The; 324
Crew House named Edward H. Stevens Crew House; 116
Curricular Requests 1966; 76, 148
Dads Club; 51, 238, 601
Dean, School of Business & Technology, appointment of; 507
Dearborn Hall extension; 369
Dormitory # 9; 369
Dormitory # 10; 369
Dormitory # 11; 369
Dormitory # 12; 369
Downing property; 8, 654
Earth Sciences Bldg.; 22, 362, 369, 638
Easement from Southern Pacific Co. for underground steam line; 380
Economics, departmental major; 78
Education Bldg.; 369
Educational Foundation; 238
Einerson property purchase; 379
Electric Power Technology; 80
Engineering Laboratory Bldg.; 654
Engineering Laboratory remodeling; 368
Engineering Surveying, Master of Science degree in; 79
Engineering Technology programs; 80
Enrollments; 122
Entrance deposit; 40
Equitation Recreation Center; 344, 466
Family Study Center; 369
Farmer property; 8, 653
Federal Cooperative Extension Service Budget; P3, P21, P95, P96, 126
Feed Processing Facilities; 101
Finley Hall; 267
Folk Club; 423
Food Science Addition; 369
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 138
Forest Research Laboratory; 138
Forest Research Laboratory Add.; 644
Forest Research Laboratory Biennial Budget; 394, 395, 402, 405
Forestry Bldg.; 362, 557, 638
Forestry Bldg. remodeling; 368
Foundation; 51, 53, 58, 238, 239, 240, 244, 324, 326, 424, 426, 521, 543, 601, 603, 608, 617
Gatch Hall; 267
Geography Dept.; 77
Gifts; 51, 154, 238, 324, 423, 519, 600, 680
Graf Engineering Laboratory; 654
Greenhouses, lease of land to U.S.D.A. to construct; 375
Groshong property purchase; 218
Guss property; 8, 266
Hayner property; 8, 103
Heating Plant Boiler; 362, 638
Heating Plant improvements; 285, 349
History, departmental major; 78
Home Economics Bldg. alterations for History Dept. offices; 374
Humanities & Social Sciences Office Bldg.; 368, 369
Indirect cost credits; 289
Intercollegiate Athletics Dept.; 345
Jacob property purchase; 7
Kidder Hall; 369
Land purchases; 361, 637
Librarianship, basic norm program in; 147
Library Bldg. 1st addition; 362, 638
Library Bldg. 2nd addition; 369
Library, old, alterations; 199
Liewellyn property; 8, 103
Married Student Housing; 362, 638
McGuire, Hugh B., estate of; 602, 683
Meats Laboratory; 209, 562, 652
Mechanical Engineering Bldg.; 34, 286, 496, 565
Mechanical Engineering Bldg. named Rogers Hall; 116
Mechanical Technology; 80
Men's Physical Education Addition; 369
Miller Hall; 267, 363, 639
Morrill-Nelson funds cut; 150
Mothers Club; 154, 324, 682
Naming buildings; 116, 267
Nash, Wallis, Memorial Loan fund; 521
Natural Resources Dept. name change; 77
Osipovich, A. A., Loan Fund; 602
Oxford Estate; 53
Parker Stadium Addition; 100, 268, 345
Parker Stadium Sideline Seating; 471
Parking Structure; 369
Patapoff property; 103
Patent rights assignment, Ricard, Bollen; 504
Parent rights assignment, Ricard, Graham, Mothershead; 504
Pendleton Experiment Station lease; 218
Personnel adjustments; 49, 152, 235, 315, 419, 511, 596, 676
Pharmacy Bldg. Addition & Alterations; 94
Physical Plant Complex; 363, 638
Physical Science Bldg.; 368
Physics-Chemistry Bldg. named Weniger Hall; 116
Political Science, departmental major; 78
Poultry-Veterinary Bldg. named Dryden Hall; 116
Production Technology Facilities; 363, 639
Publication & Press Bldg.; 369
Rath property purchase; 465
Research Vessel Cayuse; 652
Residence Hall; 362, 363, 638, 639
Residence Hall Quadrangle remodel.; 363, 639
Rogers Hall; 116, 565
Russian Studies; 78
Science Wing, Kidder Hall, remodel.; 369
Seafoods Laboratory lease; 659
Shepard Hall remodeling; 646
South Residence Hall group; 7, 101, 131, 216, 267
Southwest Campus Development Plan; 141
Speech, departmental major; 78
Storage Bldg.; 369
Student Health Service Expansion; 363, 639
Swine facilities; 4
Thompson property purchase; 204
Urban renewal agreement City of Corvallis; 140
Utility tunnel extension; 286, 362, 638
Veterinary Security Facility; 369
Westbold, Inc. property purchase; 354
Widness property; 8, 654
Williams, Richard H., estate of; 686
Women's Physical Education Addition; 369
X-Ray Science & Engineering program; 89
Yaquina Bay Marine Sciences Laboratory Dormitory; 362, 638

Oregon Strawberry Council; 432

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Architectural & Engineering planning; 362
Auto-diesel & metals, baccalaureate degree program deferred; 86
Bachelor of Technology degree programs in engineering technologies; 589
Budget 1966-67; P1, P12, P28, P96, 125, 580
Civil engineering, baccalaureate degree program; 85
Commons Addition; 361, 637
Cornett Hall; 470
Curricular Requests 1966-67; 80, 149
Electrical engineering, baccalaureate degree program; 85
Enrollments; 123
Faculty Wives & Women's Club; 705
Fee for nonresident students increased; 662
Gifts; 67, 172, 254, 342, 451, 543, 620, 705
Gunsmithing class; 451
Isotopic Laboratory Facilities; 470
Laboratory Bldg. Addition; 22, 362, 557, 636
Land purchases; 362
Landscaping, sidewalks, stairs & outside lighting; 363, 639
Lecture Hall/Auditorium/Demonstration Facilities; 361, 637
Library Bldg.; 373
Library (Conversion to Campus Store); 373
Lower-division courses in humanities, social science & science deferred; 86
Mechanical Engineering, baccalaureate degree program; 85
Medical Laboratory Technology, Bachelor of Technology degree; 85
Nonresident fee increase; 407
Parking Lot 4 & Extension of Roads B & D; 363, 639
Parking Lot Paving; 457
Paving work, earthwork & drainage; 200
Personnel adjustments; 323, 422, 599, 679
Physical Education Facilities; 363, 373, 639
Physical Plant Addition; 373
Radioactive Isotopes Laboratory Bldg.; 201, 470
Residence Hall Addition; 361, 373, 637
Student Union Addition to Library-Commons Bldg.; 373
Technology, Bachelor of; 81, 84
Technology, Bachelor of Science in; 81
Wells 4 & 6 development; 361, 637

Oregon Thoracic Society; 442
Oregon Transfer Co.; 58, 244, 330
Oregon Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 249, 423, 446, 536
Oregon Veterinary Medical Assoc.; 308
Oregon Wheat Commission; 687
Oregon Wholesale Novelty Co., Inc.; 251
Oregonian, letter to; 102
Orides Mothers; 244
Out-of-state graduate students nonresident fee; 298

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Pacific Bulb Growers Research Committee; 242
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co.; 705
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 243, 410, 527
Pacific Power & Light Co.; 601, 620, 702
Pacific Resins & Chemicals, Inc.; 238
Pacific Southwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 242, 432
Pacific Supply; 601
Pacific Teletronics, Inc.; 290
Pacific Tower Co.; 33
Palo Alto Unified School District; 607
Paper Industry Management Assoc.; 324
Parke, Davis & Co.; 249, 443, 613
Parkrose Senior High School; 601, 682

French Club; 57
Lettermen's Club; 607
Parent Teacher Assoc.; 539, 608, 689

Patent Rights Assignment, Charles T. Dotter, Marcia K. Bilbao, Medical School; 659
Patent Rights Assignment, Jacques L. Ricard, Walter B. Bollen, OSU; 504
Patent Rights Assignment, Rex J. Underwood, David Gowing, George I. Johnston, Medical School; 225
Patrons of Palomar; 689
Paul & Backer Co.; 454
Payne & Settecase, Architects; 205, 556, 560, 644
Payne & Struble, Architects; 455, 472
Peace Corps; 252
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 607
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; 423
P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship fund; 450, 689
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter AP, Milton-Freewater; 161
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter B1; 154, 340
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter CE; 705
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter CZ; 154, 324, 682
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Oregon State Chapter; 543, 619, 701
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 446, 701
Permalab-Metalab Equipment Corp.; 212
Personnel; 49, 152, 235, 315, 419, 511, 596, 676
Pfizer, Charles, & Co., Inc.; 605
Pfizer Laboratories; 442
Phelps-Stokes Fund; 58, 65, 161, 172, 244, 251, 446, 608, 689, 701
Phi Beta, Alpha Rho Chapter; 701
Phi Beta Alumnae; 434
Phi Beta Patronesses; 58, 244
Phi Beta Psi Sorority; 443
Philomath Junior-Senior High School; 65
Phoenix High School; 601, 618
Phoenix School District; 51
Physical Plant Rehabilitation, Minor Projects 1966-67; 646
Pi Lambda Theta, Eugene Alumnae; 330
Pilot Rock Parent Teacher Assoc.; 324, 705
Pine Valley Parent Teacher Assoc.; 342
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co.; 329
Plant Rehabilitation Reserve; P1, P96, 126, 646
Pleasant Hill High School Student Assoc.; 58
Political Activity of Staff Members; 313, 417
Polk Miller Products Corp.; 527, 606
Population Council; 64
Port Orford-Gold Beach Bridge Club; 704
Port Orford Lodge #170 AF & AM; 58, 689
Portland Academy of Medicine; 443
Portland Business & Professional Women's Club; 447
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech, Inc., lease modification; 297
Portland, City of, easement to from Medical School for water main; 474
Portland, City of, Park Dept.; 649
Portland City Planning Commission; 461
Portland Commission of Public Docks; 527
Portland Development Commission; 475
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 154, 324, 613, 681, 688
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations, 337
Portland Garden Club; 446
Portland Hilton Hotel; 251
Portland Meadows, Inc.; 446
Portland Panhellenic Assoc.; 608
Portland Rose Festival Assoc.; 58, 161, 338
Portland Sheraton Corp.; 339
Portland Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 701

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE:

Administration & Faculty Office Complex; 372
Admissions office budget; 505
Area Studies & Urban Studies Complex (1st Phase); 372
Associated Women Students; 251
Baum property; 284
Budget 1966-67; P1, P2, P8, P27, P96, 125, 580
Budget addition for equipment; 655
Campus boundaries; 279
Classroom & Faculty Office Bldg.; 372
College Center expansion; 363, 639
College Service Addition; 372
College Services Bldg.; 361, 571, 637
Cooperative Assoc.; 701
Curricular Requests 1966-67; 71, 148
Dads Club; 339, 446
Development Foundation; 701
Duniway Park, outdoor athletic facilities; 649
Enrollments; 122
Entrance deposit; 40
Fine Arts Complex (1st Phase); 372
Gann property purchase; 4
General Development Plan; 460, 475, 567
Gifts; 65, 171, 251, 338, 446, 539, 616, 701
Health Education, Physical Education & Health & Physical Education, B.A. & B.S. degree in; 71
Italian Studies Program; 409
Land acquisition, bond borrowing for; 491
Land purchases; 361, 637
Lecture Center & Food Service; 372
Librarianship, basic norm program in; 147
Library-West; 210, 262, 372
Long-range planning; 278
Master's degree programs in business administration, economics, English history, biology, German, psychology, sociology, speech; 412
McGuire, Hugh B., estate of; 616
Mental retardation, standard norm program in; 71
Nixon Apt. Bldg.; 654
Old Main, additional power panel; 203
Old Main Bldg., remodeling basement; 102, 201, 497, 499
Old Main conversion Room 310 from biology laboratory to chemistry laboratory; 647
Old Main remodel of laboratories to classrooms; 372
Outdoor athletic facilities; 649
Parking & site development; 372, 374
Parking Structure II; 361, 572, 638
Pedestrian bridge; 122, 131, 281, 461, 637
Personnel adjustments; 153, 237, 323, 422, 515, 599, 678
Physical Education addition & relocation of Health Service; 372
Physical Education Bldg.; 649
Physical Plant Services Bldg.; 571
Population Research & Census; P95
School of Social Work; 372
Science Bldg. 1st addition; 22, 361
Science facilities, additional; 285
Science II; 637
Science III; 362, 636
Science IV; 372
South Park Hall addition; 34, 347, 476
South Park Hall improvements; 361, 637
Southwest Heating/Cooling Plant addition; 372
State Hall Northeast Unit; 350, 361, 497, 500, 637
State Hall Southwest Unit; 264, 350, 361, 497, 500, 637
Summer Session fee income increase; 409
Urban renewal project; 278, 475, 489
V & D Investment Co. property purchase; 465
Vedanta Society property; 103
Women's Faculty Club; 339

Portland Women of Elks; 613
Post High School education; 509
President's Report; 88, 149, 231, 306, 416, 505, 591, 669
Princeton, University; 608
Princeville Medical Clinic; 58, 244
Privately owned residence halls; 632
Professional consultants, appointment policy; 358
Providence Medical Bldg. Pharmacy; 171
Peugeot Sound National Bank; 682
Pulp & Paper Industry; 410
Putman, Rex, High School Kingsmen Dads Club; 705

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Quillayute Valley Scholarship Fund; 621

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Radio Corp. of America; 33
Rainier Union High School; 682
Ralph, Frank C. & Sen.; 202
Ralsten Purina Co.; 519
Range & Wildlife Habitat Laboratory, EOC; 488
Rayenier, Inc.; 519
Reader's Digest; 411, 609
Reed Institute; 705
Reedsport Union High School; 682
Regional Assoc. of Retarded Persons; 592
Research, Corp.; 331, 504
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc.; 443
Residence classification, appeal by Stephen Hitchcock; 232, 303
Resolution approving preliminary planning report Science & Math. Bldg., OCE; 208
Resolution approving preliminary planning report State Hall, N.E. Unit, PSC; 351
Resolution authorizing advance planning Basic Science Classroom & Lab. Bldg., UO; 222
Resolution authorizing application Dept. Housing & Urban Development, UO; 469
Resolution authorizing application for advance planning Law School & Legal Center; UO; 219
Resolution authorizing application for land acquisition grant under P.L. 89-117; 300
Resolution authorizing filing for funds under Higher Education Facilities Act:

Bioscience Bldg., OSU; 501
Library Bldg., SOC; 498
N.E. & S.W. Units State Hall, PSC; 500
Old Main Bldg. Rehabilitation, PSC; 499
Science Bldg., OCE; 503
Science Bldg. 2nd Add., UO; 497
Women's Physical Education Teaching Facilities, UO; 502

Resolution authorizing sale of $6,000,000 Higher Education Bonds, Series 1966A; 491, 548
Resolution, Building Bonds Series 1966, $3,220,000; 113, 188, 194
Resolution condemning Downing property, OSU; 15
Resolution condemning Farmer property, OSU; 16
Resolution condemning Guss property, OSU; 16
Resolution condemning Hayner property, OSU; 12
Resolution condemning Lequieu property, SOC; 5
Resolution condemning Lithia Lumber Co. property, SOC; 376
Resolution condemning Llewellyn property, OSU; 9
Resolution condemning Swedenburg property, SOC; 32
Resolution condemning Widness property, OSU; 10
Resolution for advance planning:

Classroom, Office, Teaching Center, UO; 25
Earth Sciences Bldg., OSU; 23
Laboratory Bldg. Add., OTI; 29
Science Bldg., 1st Add., PSC; 27

Resolution for grant funds:

Library Bldg. Add. & Alterations EOC; 35
Mechanical Engineering Bldg., OSU; 38
Science Bldg. 2nd Unit, SOC; 37
South Park Hall Add., PSC; 36

Resolution honoring John Merrifield; 197
Reynolds High School; 340, 616
Reynolds High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 617
Reynolds Metal Co.; 701
Rhodes Scholarship; 689
Rhythm Band, Inc.; 341
Ricketts Music Store, Inc.; 58, 689
Riddle Parent Teacher Assoc.; 619
Roberts, Gale M., Co.; 93
Rockefeller Foundation; 604
Rogue Equipment Co.; 619
Rogue River Paving Co., Inc.; 200, 457
Roosevelt High School Dads Club; 539, 701
Rosboro Lumber Co.; 62, 446
Roseburg Business & Professional Women's Club; 608
Roseburg Chapter #361, Women of the Moose; 612
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 681, 688
Roseburg Rotary Club; 608
Roseburg Senior High School; 682:

Associated Student Body; 330
National Honor Society Scholarship; 57
Nu Delta Club; 703

Roseburg Woman's Club; 423
Ross, Ed & Eda, Scholarship Fund; 703
Ross Electric Inc.; 94, 95
Rotary International; 621
Royal Arch Masons Columbia Chapter #53; 689, 701
Royal Esquire Club; 58
Rugged Road Scouts; 342

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S & H Foundation, Inc.; 58, 528, 604, 608, 682, 684, 689, 691
St. Helens Elks Lodge #1999; 681
St. Helens Senior High School Parent Body; 690, 703
St. Mary's High School; 172
St. Paul High School; 703
Salem Elks Lodge #336; 244, 681
Salem Rotana Club; 705
Salem Zonta Club; 59, 244
Sandy Business & Professional Women's Club; 682
Sandy Kiwanis Club; 681
Sandy Union High School Associated Student Body; 688, 703
San Joaquin Delta College Student Body; 688, 703
Santiam Parent Teacher Assoc.; 433
Saudi Arabian Education Mission; 66, 172, 253, 619
Scappoose High School; 324, 601, 621
Scio Classroom Teacher's Assoc.; 619
Sears Roebuck Foundation; 601, 608
Seaside Union High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 682
Seattle First National Bank; 703
Seibert, Hunter, Shute & Plumley, Architects; 265, 640
Selenium-Tellurium Development Assoc.; 242
Shell Chemical Co.; 329
Shell Companies Foundation, Inc.; 426, 600
Shell Development Co.; 160, 243
Sherman Chapter National Foundation March of Dimes; 690
Sherman County Scholarship Assoc. Inc.; 154, 324, 342, 682, 690
Sherman County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 249, 608
Sherman Education Assoc.; 601
Sherman High Booster Club; 254
Sherwood Kiwanis Club; 172
Shields, W.H., Co.; 455
Silverton Union High School Girls League; 57
Simmons, Joseph E., Trust Fund; 324
Single Student Housing in Residence Halls; 628
Single Student Housing in temporary facilities; 115
Sitka Soroptimist Club; 58
Sixth Avenue Cleaners; 65
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 151, 201, 205, 210, 211, 263, 269, 278, 379, 457, 461, 471, 557, 641
Smith, Barney & Co., Inc.; 193, 546
Smith River Lumber Co.; 341, 608, 617
Snyder, Burt K., Educational Found.; 618
Society of Exploration Geophysicists; 58
South Eugene High School:

Axemen's Council; 680
Girls League; 57, 608, 682
Parent Teacher Assoc.; 58, 617
Thespian Club; 449

South Lane Education Assoc.; 703
South Riverside Kiwanis Club; 324
South Salem High School Student Body; 703, 705
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 51, 58, 238, 244, 543, 608, 617
Southern Oregon Bank; 51

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Accreditation budget; 582
Akins property purchase; 464
Ashland School District #5; 582
Athletic Stadium; 370
Auditorium; 370
Beswick property; 114
Birkland property purchase; 204
Breakage deposit; 40
Britt Student Center Addition; 362, 636, 638
Budget 1966-67; P1, P2, P10, P27, P96, 125, 580
Campus boundaries revised; 117
Campus landscaping; 363, 639
Cascade Dormitories named Aspen, Baker, Cedar, Diamond, Emerald, Forest, Glacier, Hawthorn & Ivy Halls; 349
Cascade Hall Dormitory Units H & I; 554
Central cooling; 361, 637
Chisholm property; 284
Churchill Hall remodeling; 370, 646
Classroom Bldg. (Business); 370
Curricular Requests 1966-67; 74, 148
Dormitory; 370
Drew Lamb-Lithia-Magnolia Co. property; 284
Easement to City of Ashland for roadway; 224
Easement to City of Ashland for street, sidewalk & utilities; 474
Education Bldg.; 362, 639
Elliott property purchase; 31
Enrollments; 123
Faculty Wives; 619
Fees for resident students increased; 662
Fine Arts Complex; 265, 361, 370, 636, 638
Gifts; 66, 171, 253, 449, 542, 618, 704
Graduate student fee; 40
Greensprings Dormitory Complex; 114, 117, 118, 131, 352, 552
Greensprings Dormitory Complex, Units C, D & E & Food Service Facilities; 361, 637
Greensprings Dormitory Complex, Units F, G & H; 362, 638
Heating Plant Addition; 370
Heating Plant Boiler Addition & Steam Line Renovation; 98
Heating Plant Improvements; 114, 131, 206, 217, 352
Heating Plant, North Campus, Expansion; 552
Heating Plant, South Campus Addition; 361, 637
Humanities Bldg. Addition; 370
Laboratory School; 370
Lequieu property purchase; 5
Library Bldg.; 99, 190, 214, 370, 497, 498, 653
Library-Classroom Bldg. Remodeling; 265, 361, 637, 640
Lithia Lumber Co. property condemn; 376
Married student housing; 362, 370, 638
Master campus plan; 117
Medical Technology program deferred; 73, 75
Music Bldg.; 265
Myrtlewood hall alterations; 646
Parking Structure; 370
Personnel adjustments; 516, 599, 679
Physical Education Bldg. Add.; 370, 455, 583
Physical Education, teaching major in; 75
Physical Plant Laundry Bldg.; 370
Pierce property purchase; 647
Rettman property purchase; 204
Rodgers property purchase; 204
Schilling property; 103
Science Bldg. 2nd Unit; 34, 472, 496, 560
Science Bldg., III; 370
Summer session budget addition; 505
Supervised teaching program budget; 582
Swedenburg property condemn.; 31
Swedenburg property purchase; 266
Thompson property purchase; 203
Winburn Hall alterations; 646

Southern Oregon Plywood Co.; 51, 58
Southern Oregon Timber Industries Association; 410
Southern Pacific Co., easement to OSU for underground steam line; 380
Space use objectives & building planning standards; 356
Sparks Northwest Inc.; 701
Spencer, S. D. & Son; 379
Spokane Tribe; 617
Sport Fishing Institute; 432
Sposisto Insurance Agency; 616
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 324, 619, 688
Stadsvold & Read, Architects; 344, 466
Staff members, political activity of; 313, 417
Staff salary scale; 386
Standard Oil Co. of California; 324, 423, 434, 519, 604
Stanton, Boles, Maguire & Church; 348, 460
State Bonds for Education Facilities; 311
State Civil Service Commission; 483, 578
State Dept. of Education; 52, 53, 240, 326, 382, 416, 450, 451, 529, 541, 621, 689, 703
State Dept. of Employment; 434
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 129, 290, 382, 477, 483, 484, 486, 582, 635
State Dept. of Forestry; 139
State Dept. of Planning & Development; 432
State Emergency Board; 22, 42, 45, 99, 100, 101, 102, 119, 122, 123, 128, 144, 190, 201, 213, 215, 268, 283, 286, 346, 347, 348, 352, 459, 462, 471, 473, 484, 486, 509, 510, 544, 552, 554, 555, 560, 562, 563, 566, 574, 575, 578, 581, 583, 594, 636, 651, 652, 653
State Fire Marshal; 97, 107
State Highway Commission, purchase property from for PSC; 465
State of Oregon Advisory Council on Federal Assistance to Higher Ed.; 34
State Public Welfare Commission; 342
State Racing Commission; 344, 466
State Tax Commission; 138
State Water Resources Board; 243, 329, 687
Stauffer Chemical Co.; 329, 426, 432, 606
Steeck Electric Co.; 199, 455, 553, 555
Steen, Dennis, Memorial Fund; 704
Stevens & Son; 339
Stewart Home Economics Scholarship Trust; 682
Straus Trust Fund; 682
Stuchell, J. W., Scholarship Trust; 705
Student Conservation Assoc.; 432
Student fee rates; 661
Student housing, cooperative; 104
Student housing report; 592, 623
Summer session budgets 1966; 656
Summer session budgets 1967; 656
Semmer Session Contingency Reserve 1966; P1, P96, 126
Summer Session Workshops; P1, P96, 126
Sunset High School; 539
Sunset High School Dads Club; 601, 608
Sunset Valley Plumbing & Heating Co.; 565
Supplements; 174
Surgical Sales, Inc.; 62
Sweet Home Community Scholarship Fund; 330, 617, 680
Sweet Home Union High School Scholarship Fund Board; 58, 154, 161
Sweet Home Union High School Modern Music Masters Club; 541
Swindells Foundation; 64

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Tacoma Elks Lodge #174; 56
Tax exemptions dormitory housing; 89
Tax Study Committee, Interim; 89
Teaching Awards; P1, P96, 126, 594
Teaching Research Division budget; P1, P14, P96, 126
Tech-Craft, Inc.; 553, 556
Tektronix Foundation; 63, 171, 447, 536, 542, 613, 616
Tektronix, Inc.; 63, 620, 621
Teller Construction Co.; 173
Temp-Control Corp.; 456
Tenneco Chemicals, Inc.; 243
Texaco, Inc.; 519, 527
The Dallas Business & Professional Women's Club; 251
The Dallas Education Assoc.; 680
The Dallas Parent Teacher Assoc.; 682
The Dallas Rotary Club; 689
The Dallas Senior High School:

Girls League; 681
Guidance Center; 57
Senior Class; 704

Thespian Troop #358; 58, 244
Theta Sigma Phi, Portland Professional Chapter; 608
Thrift Shop of Folk Club; 423
Thuron Industries, Inc.; 687
Tice Electric Co.; 97
Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437; 154, 613, 688
Tillamook High School Future Teachers Club; 161, 172
Tillamook People's Utility District; 620, 702
Todd, A.M., Co.; 156
Todd Building Co.; 214, 216, 553
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 703
Tongue Point Job Corps Center; 505
Tou Velle, Frank L., Trust; 57, 244, 253, 620
Town Club, The; 251, 446, 702
Triangle Lake Parent Teacher Assoc.; 58, 617, 682
Trinity Methodist Church; 690
Trowbridge Electric Co.; 214
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 613
Tucker, Max D., Estate; 608
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 154, 161, 238, 244, 681
Tuition & fee charges; 39, 126, 594
Tulana Farms; 243
Turner Educational Trust; 58, 617, 620, 621, 682

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Umatilla County Board of Realtors; 682
Umatilla County lease to federal govt.; 218
Umatilla Dalles Dam Minors Trust; 58
Umatilla Reservation, Confederated Tribes of; 450
Umpqua Community College; 171, 251
Union Carbide Co.; 432
Union Junior Women's Club; 620
Union Usher Board; 58
United Nations; 339, 447
United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.; 682, 690
United Scholarship Service, Inc.; 58, 65, 155, 244, 324, 339, 341, 690
U.S. Agency for International Development; 506, 521
U.S. Air Force; 156, 536
U.S. Air Force, Office of Scientific Research; 60, 326, 691
U.S. Army; 156, 536
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 250
U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Command; 169, 536, 691, 698
U.S. Army Research Office; 240, 332
U.S. Coast Guard, exchange of property with Marine Biology Station, UO; 648
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 102, 604, 652
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service; 329, 426, 606, 687
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Economic Research Service; 160
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Farmer Cooperative Service; 243, 329
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Forest Service; 434
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Pesticides Regulation Division, Greenhouses for, OSU; 375
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; Soil Conservation Service; 56
U.S. Dept. of the Army; 53, 60, 522
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economic Development Administration; 659
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 53, 66, 67, 172, 173, 252, 253, 327, 340, 341, 427, 435, 447, 448,

449, 450, 451, 540, 541, 543, 544, 583, 593, 604, 617, 618, 620, 684, 702, 704, 705

U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development; 265, 300, 435, 608
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 327, 426, 685:

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries; 329, 522, 604
Bureau of Land Management; 55, 160, 241, 410, 431, 601
Federal Water Pollution Control Admin.; 523

U.S. Dept. of Justice; 540
U.S. Dept. of Labor; 435, 523, 529, 604
U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs; 447
U.S. Food & Drug Administration; 602
U.S. Forest Service; 604
U.S. Marine Corps Air Station; 601
U.S. National Bank of Oregon; 51, 58, 238, 253, 423, 446, 601, 680, 690, 696, 702, 703, 704, 705
U.S. Navy Dept.; 54, 60, 240
U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity; 252, 333, 427, 435, 506, 530, 609, 692
U.S. Office of Education; 34, 61, 100, 157, 162, 169, 211, 213, 214, 240, 246, 253, 261, 263, 332, 341, 522,

530, 543, 560, 610, 618, 685, 692, 705

U.S. Office of Naval Research; 157, 169, 327, 426, 523, 531, 537, 610, 695, 698
U.S. Public Health Service; 54, 61, 62, 65, 89, 95, 157, 162, 166, 170, 241, 247, 250, 252, 327, 333, 334, 337,

341, 428, 437, 440, 444, 448, 524, 531, 533, 537, 544, 605, 610, 612, 613, 645, 685, 693, 695, 699

U.S. Steel Foundation; 434
U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II; 601
U.S. Vocational Rehabilitation Administration; 163, 169, 247, 252, 333, 435
University of Nevada; 329

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Accelerator Bldg.; 371
Access road to economy living dormitories; 287
Administrative Services Bldg.; 362, 638
Admissions office budget; 505
Animal Laboratory Addition; 363, 639
Architecture & Allied Arts Bldg. Add.; 361, 371, 460, 637
Athletic Dept. funds, use of; 584
Autzen Stadium; 288, 379, 583
Autzen Stadium gift agreement; 586
Beekman Professorship of Northwest & Pacific History; 143
Beekman property sale to Jackson County; 143, 283
Behavioral Sciences, Classroom Office Addition; 370, 639
Bettman, Adalbert G., estate of; 59
Biological & Physical Sciences Add.; 363, 370, 371, 639
Budget 1966-67; P1, P2, P4, P25, P96, 125, 580
Bureau of Municipal Research, federal aid information & liaison service; 144
Campbell, Prince Lucien, Hall, Add.; 348
Campus boundaries; 380, 467
Central Cooling System, Phase I; 258, 361, 370, 637
Chapman Addition Classroom, Office Bldg.; 371
Chapman Hall alterations for Graduate School facilities; 207, 563, 651
Christensen property; 267
Classroom, Office, Library Facilities: Law & General Purpose Educational; 362, 380, 638
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center; 22, 348, 361, 363, 459, 637
Coca Cola Bottling Co. roadway purchase; 287
Co-Ed Housing, Inc.; 105, 576
Co-Ed Housing, Inc., lease portions Hendricks Hall; 113
Commonwealth Hall: Classroom, Office Addition; 370
Communications Center; 370
Community Service & Public Affairs, School of; 226, 411
Comparative Literature, M.A. & Ph.D. Degrees in; 69
Computer Center Bldg.,; 99, 282, 346
Condon Hall Addition; 348
Continuation Center; 370
Controlled Growth & Environment Chambers; 371
Co-op Bookstore; 563
Cooperative Living Dormitories; 574, 636, 638, 653
Creative & Performing Arts Center; 371
Crosswalks, Agate & 15th Streets; 217
Culberstone, Leon A, estate of; 59
Curricular Requests 1966-67; 68, 148
Dads; 61
Dames Club; 330
Davenport, Timothy, Family Papers; 440
Development Fund; 59, 151, 244, 246, 275, 288, 330, 334, 438, 527, 529, 584, 608, 611, 690
Dog House Restaurant easement; 31
Dophin Alumni Scholarship Fund; 330
Dormitory; 370
Dormitory Administration & Recreation Center; 363, 639
Dormitory & Kitchen; 363, 639
Dormitory Services Bldg.; 371
Earth Sciences, Volcanology; 371
Easement to Coca Cola Bottling Co. for access road; 287
Easement to Dog House Restaurant; 31
Economy living dormitories; 108, 131, 287, 346
Education School Office, Teaching Addition; 363, 639
Emerald St. between 13th & 15th Ave., conversion to pedestrian walkway; 468
Enrollments; 122
Entrance deposit; 40
Failling, Henry F., estate of; 433
Fenton Hall remodeling; 370
Field House; 371
Fly Ash, agreement to purchase by Kingsford Co.; 477
Forest Industries Management Center; 439
Gifts; 56, 161, 244, 330, 433, 527, 606, 687
Greenhouses; 371
Grounds improvements, application to Federal Govt. for funds for; 467
Heating Plant Addition; 257, 371
Heating Plant Tunnel; 131
Human Performance Laboratory; 371
Human Research Bldg.; 645
Indirect cost credits; 289
Kindsford Co. agreement to purchase fly ash; 477
Law School & Legal Center; 219, 362, 380, 638
Librarianship, master of, degree; 70
Librarianship, School of; 70
Library Addition; 371, 456
Marine Biology Station Dormitory; 362, 638
Marine Biology Station, exchange of property with Coast Guard; 648
Marine Biology Station Laboratory Bldg.; 362, 638
Married student housing; 370, 371
McQuin property; 266
Median strip, Agate St.; 217
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Physical Education Add., Swimming Pool; 370
Men's Physical Education Bldg., heating system, shower title; 647
Men's Physical Education Facilities; 371, 638
Mental Retardation Center; 264, 363, 638
Museum of Art Addition; 371
Museum of Natural History; 370
Music Bldg. Addition; 363, 639
Music Education Center; 371
Musical Arts; Doctor of, degree; 69
Newsome properties purchase; 558
Paine property purchase; 464
Parking improvements; 636, 639
Parking Structure; 364, 371, 636
Personnel adjustments; 49, 152, 236, 317, 420, 512, 597, 676
Physical Plant alterations for offices; 647
Physical Plant, Warehouse & Service Bldg.; 363, 371, 638
Porter property purchase; 203
Public Service Bureaus (Center); 371
Pursley property; 266
School of Education, Classroom Add.; 371
Science Bldg., 2nd Add.; 190, 211, 497
Science Bldg., 3rd Add.; 361, 461, 637, 641
Stadium; 151, 205, 269, 288, 379
Starr, Joseph K., estate of; 244
Student Health Service Bldg.; 93
Student housing study; 18, 107
Student Union Satellite: Westside; 370
Summer session budget 1966; 579
Tennis & handball courts; 362, 638
Undergraduate Library; 370
Urban renewal program; 217
Villard hall alterations; 5
Women's Physical Education Teaching Facilities; 361, 497, 502, 637
YMCA; 529
YWCA; 529

University of Portland School of Nursing; 621
University of Southern California; 618
University of Washington; 159, 163
Upjohn Co.; 329, 432, 521, 687
Urban Plumbing & Heating Co.; 94, 476
Urban Renewal Agency of City of Eugene; 217
Utility Services, cost allocation of; 357

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Vancouver Soroptimist Club; 154, 238
Van Duyn Chocolate Shops, Inc.; 339
Various donors; 521, 533, 601
Velsicol Chemical Corp.; 606
Vernonia High School; 448
Veterans Administration; 448
Vice Chancellor for business affairs authorized enter into agreement executors estates, Administrative Code revised; 658
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 65, 441
Vik Construction Co.; 347
Vocational Rehabilitation Administration; 532, 611, 616

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Wade, R.M., Foundation; 423, 686
Waldorf Astor Scholarship Fund; 703
Wallowa County Chorus; 705
Ward, Edward L., Memorial Scholarship; 56
Warm Springs Reservation, Confederated Tribes of; 450
Washington High School; 682, 690, 702
Washington, State of; 434, 609
West Coat Telephone Co. Activities Assoc.; 519, 539
West Union Community Club; 601
Western Conf. of Teamsters; 58, 608, 702
Western Electric Fund; 682
Western Electronic Education Fund; 324
Western Forest Industries Assoc.; 410
Western Golf Assoc.; 601, 688
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education budget; P1, P15, P96, 126
Western Kraft Corp.; 539, 682
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Student Exchange Program; 306, 479
Western Mechanical, Inc.; 214, 455, 553, 555
Western Wood Products Assoc.; 252, 702
Westinghouse Broadcasting Co.; 224
Weyerhaeuser Co.; 54, 243, 251, 329, 446
Weyerhaeuser Co. Foundation; 519, 611, 612
White, S. S. Dental manufacturing Co.; 335
Whittier Elks Foundation; 621
Wilcox, Chester M., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 324
Willamette Iron & Steel; 539
Willamette Valley Lumber Co.; 601, 608
Willamette Valley Lumbermen's Assoc.; 410
Williams, Lew, Foundation; 600, 617
Willis Mechanical Contractor; 93, 459
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank, Architects; 95, 118, 286, 353, 380, 552, 565
Wilson, Robert C., General Contractor; 94
Wilson, Woodrow, Foundation; 159
Witt, Englund & Plummer, Architects; 571
Wolff & Zimmer, Architects; 21
Wolff/Zimmer/Associates; 96
Wolff-Zimmer-Gunsul-Frasca, Architects; 122, 201, 215, 261, 264, 281, 345, 347, 350, 462, 476, 554, 651
Woman's Club of Indio; 155
Woman's Society of Christian Service of Methodist Church; 171, 702
Women in Construction of Portland; 621
Woman's Society of Christian Service of Methodist Church, Oregon Conference; 339
Women's Auxiliary Good Samaritan Hospital; 608
Women's Auxiliary of the Oregon State Dental Assoc.; 441
Women's Auxiliary to Marion-Polk County Medical Society; 442
Women's Benefit Association; 58
Woodburn Junior Chamber of Commerce; 341
Woodburn Parent Teacher Assoc.; 58, 340, 682, 703
Woodbury, Ralph Prescott, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 682
Woodruff, Clara, Scholarship; 703
Woolley Logging Co.; 155, 238, 601, 617, 620
Wooster, Earl, Senior High School Scholarship Account; 607
World Championship Timer Carnival; 703
Wyatt & Kipper Engineers, Inc.; 257
Wy'East High School Boys' League; 601
Wy'East High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 58, 682, 690, 704
Wyman Youth Trust; 59, 161, 330, 690

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Yakima Indian Nation, Confederated Tribes & Bands of; 161, 251, 330, 339
Yale University Scholarship Grant; 161, 690
Yamhill-Carlton High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 59, 704
Yamhill County Medical Auxiliary; 442
Yamhill County School District #40; 430
Yankton College; 59
Yoncalla Lions International Club; 57, 619

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Zaik & Miller, Architects; 574
Zehntbauer Foundation; 539
Zel Chemical Distributing Co.; 521











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