OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1970






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Abbott Laboratories; 270
Ad hoc Committee on Administrative Rules; 819
Ad hoc Committee on Student Housing; 96, 108, 128, 158
Administrative Code; 615, 722, 897, 956
Administrative Code Amended, Faculty Conduct, Section L-3, Section M; 607, 676
Administrative Code Amended, Formulation Institutional Policies, Student Conduct, Section G-1; 800
Administrative Code Amended, Graduate Students; 537
Administrative Code Amended, Nonresident fees; 609
Administrative Code Amended, Nonresident students; 543, 608, 610

Administrative Code Changed, Board Regular Meetings; 234
Administrative Code Changed, Collection of Accounts & Notes Receivable; 98
Administrative Code Changed, Resident Classification students; 234, 608
Administrative Code, Incidental fees; 542, 612, 889
Administrative Code, Lease of Retail Store Space in Institutional Bldgs. ; 536, 611
Administrative Code, Proposal to Amend Delegation Chancellor, Personnel Adjustments; 476
Administrative Code, Proposal Change in Reporting Gifts, Grants, Contracts; 96
Administrative Procedures Act; 385, 607, 615, 676, 899
Administrative Rules; 615, 885, 897, 956
Administrative Rules, Physical Plant Rehabilitation & Minor Capital Outlay, Chancellor Authority Allocate; 885
Adult Student Housing, Inc. ; 858
Advance Acquisition of Land Program; 696
Advanced registration deposit of $75; 101, 162
Aerospace Education & Cadet Programs; 825
African American Institute; 252, 345, 551
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Aid Association for Lutherans, All-College Scholarship; 262, 828, 934, 938
Air Force Aid Society; 933, 934
Alaska State Dept. of Education; 264, 830
Albany Altrusa Club; 262, 923
Albany Coordination Council of Parent-Teacher Assoc. ; 277, 463
Albany Rotary Club; 264
Albina Child Development Center; 840
Albright, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert P., Mortgage purchase; 431
Alcorn & Black, Inc. ; 124
Allstate Foundation; 930
Allstate Insurance Co. ; 360
Aloha Park Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 923
Alpha Beta Phi; 462
Alpha Delta Kappa; 934
Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity; 462
Alpha Omega Foundation, Inc. ; 923
Alpha Phi Alumnae Scholarship; 262
Amchem Products, Inc. ; 447, 560
America the Beautiful Fund; 729
America's Junior Miss Scholarship Foundation, Inc. ; 448
American Assoc. of University Professors; 677, 847, 891
American Assoc. of University Women; 262, 923, 935
American Baptist Foreign Mission Society; 279
American Baptist Student Aid Fund; 252
American Board of Oral Surgery; 204
American Business Women's Assoc. ; 123, 275, 362, 463, 576, 745, 933
American Cancer Society, Inc. ; 360, 568
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 119, 275, 460, 576, 836, 920, 930
American Chemical Society; 264, 450
American Civil Liberties Union; 677
American Cynamid Co. ; 259, 560
American Federation of Mineralogical Societies Scholarship Fund; 262
American Heart Association; 568
American Heritage Association; 275
American Hospital Association; 202
American Institute of Architects Found. ; 923
American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers; 194
American Legion Auxiliary, Coos Bay; 924
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Dundee; 262, 463, 551, 935
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon, Mulino; 280
American Legion Post #24, Milton-Freewater; 937
American Assoc., Education & Research Foundation; 460
American Philosophical Society; 363
American Plywood Association; 300
American Pocash & Chemical Corp. ; 923
American Rose Foundation; 827
American Society for Engineering Education; 289
American Society for Metals; 551
American Society of Women Accountants; 734, 840
American Lions Club; 464
Anaconda Co. ; 551
Analy High School; 828
Analy Scholarship Fund; 262
Anchorage Borough Education District; 365
Anderson, Elmer L. & Eleanor J., Found. ; 734
Annand, Boone, Drynan & Huffstutter, Architects; 27
Anonymous donor; 123, 252, 362
Appendix to Board Minutes; 584, 749, 940
Appleton-Century-Crofts; 747
Application for admission deadline Aug. 15; 101
Army Relief Society; 262, 448, 828
Ashland, City of, electrical rate; 57
Ashland Elks Lodge #944; 125, 365, 935
Ashland 1st Presbyterian Church; 935
Ashland Lions Club; 125
Ashland Public Schools; 279
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 279, 466, 936
Association for Systems Management; 576
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 551
Astoria High School; 123, 252
Astoria Regatta Assoc. ; 262
Atlantic Richfield Foundation; 116
Attorney services, state system; 722
Audit, internal; 288
Aurora Women's Club; 277
Automatic Data processing; 430, 816
Autzen Foundation; 463
Auxiliary Enterprises, Report on; 537
Auxiliary to Professional Engineers of Oregon ; 345

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Baker County School District 30J; 280
Baker Elks Lodge #338; 280
Baker Jaycees; 937
Baker Kiwanis Club; 126
Baker Police Protective League; 930
Baker Soroptimist Club; 365
Ball, Geo. J., Inc. ; 892, 896
Balsiger Motor Co. Employees; 931
Balzhiser, Rhodes, Smith & Morgan, Architects; 55, 291, 478
Bandon Lions Club; 365
Bankers Trust Co. Association; 931
Baptist Convention Foreign Mission Fund; 935
Baptist Life Association; 836
Baseball, Office of Commissioner; 252, 365, 465, 935
Bate Plywood Co., Inc. ; 252, 279, 465, 551, 924
Battelle Development Corp. ; 892
Battelle Northwest; 351
Beam, Jim, Memorial Scholarship; 924
Bear Creek Mining Co. ; 729
Bear, McNeil, Bloodworth & Hawes; 81, 306, 379, 505
Beaverton Elks Lodge #1989; 931
Betchel Corporation; 252
Bend Elks Lodge; 279, 365, 463
Bend Jaycees; 464
Bend Senior High School Letterman's Club; 924
Benson High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 576
Benton County Chapter March of Dimes; 568
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 252, 262, 734
Beta Sigma Phi; 279, 569
Bethel Education Association; 463
Bethlehem Copper Corp., Ltd. ; 729
Bethlehem Steel Corp. ; 264
Big Bend Electric Co-Operative; 561
Biological Humanics Foundation; 120
Blanchard Construction Co. ; 290
Blitz-Weinhard Foundation; 933
Blue Mt. Community College; 227, 766
Board & room & housing charges; 103
Board committee appointments; 909
Board Committee on Academic Affairs; 92, 233, 339, 409, 496, 533, 800
Board Committee on Finance & Business Affairs; 340, 430, 815
Board Meetings, 1971; 909
Board Meetings, Regular, Administrative Code revised; 234, 469
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 26, 1970; 1
March 10, 1970; 156
April 27, 1970; 286
June 9, 1970; 368
July 27, 1970; 469
September 8, 1970; 645
October 26, 1970; 760
December 8, 1970; 846

Board Meetings (Special):

March 10, 1970; 150
April 7, 1970; 282
August 18, 1970; 605

Board members not personally liable for damages; 815
Board's By-Laws; 897
Board's Reserve for Rehabilitation Projects; 96, 427, 889
Board's Special Reserves; 239
Board's Unappropriated Fund & Special Reserves; 96, 233, 340, 427, 535, 717, 814, 887, 889
Bohm Electric Co. ; 658
Boise Cascade Found., Inc. ; 123, 262, 828, 840, 842, 935, 937
Bombing campus bldgs., reward for information on; 806, 847
Bonds, State of Oregon, Community College & Education Center Bonds, Series 1970B, $6,770,000; 282
Bonneville Power Administration; 441
Bowen Bros. Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 400, 793
Brady-Hamilton Stevendore Co. ; 836
Britt Memorial Scholarship Committee; 252, 262, 365, 366, 828, 836, 935
Britt, Peter, Gardens, Music & Arts Festival Assoc. ; 218
Bronson, Ralph, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 924
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 843
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 279, 466
Broome, Selig & Oringdulph, Architects; 393, 512, 515, 564
Budget, Annual, 1970-71; 99
Budget balances, 1969-70, allocation of; 886
Budget, Biennial, 1971-1973; 237, 473, 584, 616, 717
Budget reductions, Executive order; 161
Buehler Co. ; 255
Bureau of Sport Fisheries; 115
Burke, John P., Scholarship Fund; 262
Burleigh, Carey & Gooding; 126
Burnett, William B., Architect; 506, 875
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 252, 448, 463, 924, 935
Burns Mother's Club; 937
Burpee, W. Atlee, Co. ; 345
Burton & Miller; 280
Burton, Stephen, Memorial Educational Fund; 277
Business Office Staffing; 887

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California-Pacific Utilities Co. ; 467, 745
California-Pacific Utility Co., easement to by EOC; 70
California State Assoc. of Letter Carriers; 254
Callison, I.P., & Sons, Inc. ; 447
Calvary Presbyterian Church; 345, 463
Campbell, Hector, Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 253
Campbell-Yost & Partners; 64, 370, 658, 850
Campus Disorders, Report on; 409
Canadian Medical Research Council; 116, 925
Capital Construction & Land Purchases, 1971-1973, Self-Liquidating Bond; 707
Capital Construction & Land Purchases, 1973-1975 & 1975-1977, Self-Liquidating Bond; 714
Capital Construction & Land Purchases, 1971-1973, State Funds, Federal Grants; 704, 881, 883
Capital Construction & Land Purchases, 1973-1975 & 1975-1977, State Funds, Federal Grants; 709
Capital Construction Program, 1969-1971, revised; 423, 425
Capital Construction Program, 1971-1977; 698
Carlton Rose Nurseries; 259
Carpenter Foundation Scholarship; 252, 262, 275, 278, 365, 448, 463, 465, 466, 829, 935, 936
Cascade Locks, Port of; 743
Center for Environmental Structure; 874
Central Linn Student Loan Fund, Inc. ; 815
Central Maui Hawaiian Civic Club; 463
Central Midwestern Regional Educational Laboratory, Inc. ; 734
Central Point School District #6; 252, 279, 365, 465, 935
Centralized Activities Budget, 1970-71; 239
Centralized Activities Gifts; 366
Champoeg Lodge #27, AF & AM; 580
Chancellor's Report; 2, 107, 158, 288, 433, 470, 647, 818, 847
Chancellor's Report on Campus Disorders; 409
Chase Co. ; 90
Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A., & Associates; 283
Chevron Chemical Co. ; 135, 447, 733, 827
Chewings Fescue & Creeping Red Fescue Commission; 115, 259
Chi Omega Sorority; 931
Chicago Mercantile Exchange; 742, 933
Chicano Affairs, Governor's Advisory Committee on; 369, 421
Child Welfare Scholarship; 262, 448
Children's Farm Home of Oregon, Women's Christian Temperance Union; 123
Chintimini Kennel Club; 255
Christenson Electric, Inc. ; 7, 849
Churchill High School; 924
Clackamas Co. Medical Education Foundation; 930
Clackamas Co. Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 930
Clackamas High School; 924
Claggett, W.D., Mechanical Contractors, Inc. ; 379, 504
Clark College; 933
Clarkson College of Technology; 252
Clatskanie High School Science Club Scholarship; 924
Clatsop Community College; 858
Clatsop County School District #1C; 124
Clatsop County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 568
Cleveland High School Girls League Scholarship; 252
Cloverdale Elks Lodge #1886; 448
Cockerline Memorial Trust Fund; 463
Coil & Resistor Production Group, Tektronix; 120
Colburn, Charles & Sheldon, George, Architects; 869
Coliseum Kiwanis Club; 253
Collection of accounts & notes receivable, Administrative Code changed; 98
Collective bargaining with OSEA; 430
College of Wooster; 934
College Women's Club of Rogue River Valley; 935
Colleges for Oregon's Future; 818
Collins Foundation; 124
Colonial Dames of America; 252, 467
Colorado State University; 345
Columbia County Community Action Team; 255, 920
Columbian Bifocal Co., Inc. ; 569
Colville Indian Agency; 448
Commencement Representatives; 342, 696
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 432
Community College & Education Center Bonds, Series 1970B, $6,770,000; 150
Confederated Tribes & Bands, Yakima Indian Nation; 275, 365, 463, 937
Confederated Tribes, Colville Reservation; 842
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 126, 252, 365, 924, 937
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 280, 935, 937
Consumer Research Institute, Inc. ; 450
Contractors, Inc. ; 489, 780, 849
Cook Foundation, Inc. ; 365, 935
Cooke, J.F. & R.W., Educational Fund; 463
Coors, Adolph, Co. ; 734
Coos Bay Zonta Club; 464
Coos County Chapter, National Foundation, March of Dimes; 460
Coos County Commissioners; 115
Coos County Economic Development & Coordinating Committee; 742
Cornell Children's Tuition Scholarship; 262, 275, 345, 448, 829
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield; 482, 513, 656, 661
Corporation for Public Broadcasting; 561, 582
Corvallis, City of; 384
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 252
Corvallis High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 551
Corvallis Public School System; 582, 747
Corvallis Woman's Club; 252
Cottage Grove High School; 924
Cottage Grove Rotary Club; 254
Council for Family Financial Education; 351
Council on Dental Education of Am. Dental Assoc. ; 199
Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility, Inc. ; 735
Crater High School; 123, 279, 462, 464, 935
Crater Lions Club; 365
Creswell High School; 252, 843
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 262, 829, 935
Croatian Fraternal Union Scholarship Foundation; 829
Crockerline Memorial Trust Fund; 576
Crook County Chapter, National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis; 449
Crow Grange #450; 463
Crow Tribal Scholarship; 262, 463
Crown Zellerbach Corp. ; 115
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 124, 262, 345, 576, 829, 840, 892, 896, 924, 933, 935
Cummins Engine Co., Inc. ; 252
Curricular Changes, 1970-71; 9, 18, 29, 59, 71, 166, 199, 224, 316, 331, 373, 385, 402, 489, 517, 529, 762
Curricular Changes, question re UO policies on; 544
Curry County; 115, 259

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D & B Foods, Inc. ; 733
Daily Democrat Scholarship; 448
Daly, Bernard, Educational Fund; 280, 366, 467, 938
Dasco, Inc. ; 931
Data Device Corp. ; 366
Daughters of Am. Revolution; 930
Degree Lists; 388, 696, 806
Degree of Honor Protective Assoc. ; 262, 829
Delta Kappa Gamma; 262, 279, 365, 463, 467, 581
Demary Scholarship Fund; 262, 829

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Budget, Annual, 1970-71; 238
Building Addition & Alterations; 393, 515, 705, 884
Building Addition, Phase II; 712
Building Addition, Phase III; 712
Curricular Changes; 199
Dental Clinics Budget; 239
Gifts; 119, 269, 360, 459, 739, 930
Hospital Dental Internship Certificate; 199, 233
Hospital-Dental Service; 712
Hospitalization Insurance; 661
Incidental fee raise for hospitalization insurance; 661
Land purchases; 705, 884
Oral Biology, MS & Ph.D. degrees in; 199, 233
Oral Surgery Certificate; 199, 233
Personnel Adjustments; 344, 725

Diablo Valley College; 924
Digital Equipment Corp. ; 345
Division of Continuing Education:

Budget, Annual, 1970-71; 239
Expenditure limitation increase; 231
Film service, expenditure limitation increase for; 288
Gifts; 127, 468, 582, 746, 844, 939
Joint police statement on continuing education; 233
KOAC-AM Transmitter replace; 713
KOAP-FM property, Healy Heights boundary settlement; 408
Office & Studio Bldg., 2nd Addition; 705, 884
OSU Office of International Education grant; 844
Personnel Adjustments; 440, 728, 918
Self-supporting workshops, increase for denied; 288
Television improvements; 201, 713

Division of Physician Manpower; 788
Doernbecher Hospital Guild; 270, 569
Dome Laboratories; 120
Dormitories, proposal to change from public to private ownership; 107
Dormitory operations, earnings from; 539
Douglas County Court; 827
Douglas County Home Extension; 825
Douglas Medical Foundation; 252
Dow Chemical Co. ; 923
Drain Plywood Co. ; 463, 924, 930
Drexel Harriman Ripley, Inc. ; 124
Duke-Lab Found., Inc. ; 271
Duke University; 442, 920
duPont, E.I., de Nemours & Co. ; 560, 827

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ESCO Corporation; 253
Earthquake Scholarship, Anchorage; 448
Easement to Calif.-Pacific Utility Co. for gas main EOC; 70
Easement to Evenson Enterprises by OSU; 309
Easement to Longview Fibre Co. by OSU; 309
Easement to Pacific N.W. Bell Telephone Co. for telephone lines, Camp Adair Area, OSU; 378
East Portland Rotary Club; 362, 840
East St. Louis Board of Education; 925

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Administration Bldg. Alterations; 797
Administration Bldg. Health Unit; 709, 714
Administration Bldg. (Old) to Fine Arts, Conversion; 709
Anthropology-Sociology, BA/BS in; 59
Athletic Fields & Physical Education Relocation; 709
Budget, Annual, 1970-71; 239
Central Heating Plant Relocation & Expansion; 425, 798
Chemistry, BA/BS in; 59
College Center (Phases I & II) ; 64, 369, 423, 426
Curricular Changes, 1970-71; 59
Deal properties purchase; 797
Dorion & Hunt Hall Alterations; 708
Education Bldg. ; 423, 426, 704, 882, 883
Elementary Education degree program, revision of MS in; 59
Gas main easement to Calif.-Pacific Utility Co. ; 70
Gifts; 126, 280, 365, 467, 581, 745, 842, 937
Graduate tuition & fees increased $4; 101
Health Unit & Administration Bldg. ; 709
History, BS degree in; 59
Hunt Hall & Dorion Alterations; 708
Hunt Hall Renovation; 70, 425
L Avenue Improvement; 709
LaGrande Cemetery Maintenance District, deeding land to; 223
Library Addition; 709
Married Student Housing; 707
Mathematics, BA/BS in; 59
McManus property, condemnation, acquisition; 220, 373
Men's Residence Hall; 714
Personnel Adjustments; 550, 824
Physical Education & Athletic Fields relocation; 709, 714
Resident undergraduate fee increase $4; 101
Warehouse-Shop; 709
Women's Physical Education Bldg. :

Addition; 486
Wood flooring; 674

Women's Residence Hall; 714

Eastman Kodak Co. ; 462
Edson & Patterson, Architects; 48
Edmundson, Kochendoerfer & Kennedy; 8
Educational Coordinating Council; 107, 265, 276, 278, 279, 281, 345, 352, 366, 442, 450, 464, 467, 468, 552,

561, 576, 579, 581, 742, 744, 763, 852

Educational Fiscal Management Service; 282
Election of officers; 546
Electrical Women's Round Table; 252
Electronic Memories; 553
Elgin Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 467
Elks Dept. of Education; 262
Elks National Foundation; 123, 252, 262, 935, 937
Elks Scholarship; 924
Emerick, Paul B., Co. ; 665
Englewood Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 463
Englund, Plummer & Associates; 850
Enrollment increase, expenditure increase; 818
Enrollment Report; 819
Enrollments, overrealized FTE funds for; 886
Enrollment projections; 162, 163, 238, 647
Enterprise Elks Lodge #1829; 937
Enterprise High School; 263
Enterprise Lions Club; 937
Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Delta Alpha Chapter; 278
Ernst & Ernst report; 288
Esso Research & Engineering Co. ; 447
Eugene Planning Commission; 311
Eugene Register-Guard 20-Year Club; 925
Eugene Rotary Foundation; 262, 829
Eugene Water & Electric Board; 393, 507, 562
Eurodollar Research Corp., Ltd. ; 363
Evans Scholars Found. ; 262, 449, 924
Executive Life Insurance Co . ; 125, 253
Executive Women's Club of Oregon ; 576

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Faculty Conduct, Administrative Code change; 688
Fair Labor Standards Act; 104
Family Health Found. of America; 739
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Fee Charges; 100, 235, 242, 661, 816
Financial Management System; 288, 341, 816
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc., Klamath Falls; 255, 450
First National Bank of Oregon ; 253, 283, 363, 931, 933
First Presbyterian Church, Ashland; 279, 465
First Presbyterian Church, Astoria; 123, 278
First United Methodist Church; 275, 362, 576
Fish Commission of Oregon ; 560, 777
Fisher, Joe, Mustang Club; 569
Fisher Pierce Bearcat, Inc. ; 553
Ford Foundation; 116, 561, 830, 925
Ford Motor Co. Fund; 253, 345, 580
Ford Motor Co., Tractor & Implement Div. ; 938
Foreign students protest increase in tuition; 432
Foreign students tuition; 235
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 534
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 303
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 534
Forester Construction Co., Inc. ; 793
Ft. Wayne Rubber & Plastics Group; 924
Frankfurt American Community Scholarship Assoc. ; 829
Franklin, Benjamin, Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. ; 253
Franklin High School; 924
Fraternal Order of Eagles; 120, 464, 745
Freeport Teachers Assoc. ; 263
Fuller Transmission Division, Eaton, Yale, Towne, Inc. ; 366
Funds for Education, Inc. ; 253
Future Farmers of America; 551

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Gavilan College Scholarship Fund; 829
Geigy Chemical Corp. ; 923
General Motors Corp. ; 253, 263
Georgia-Pacific Found. ; 123, 253, 263, 275, 278, 279, 362, 365, 449, 463, 553, 576, 581, 829, 843, 935
Gervais Union High School; 253
Gettings-Lynch Motor Co. ; 843
Gifts & Grants; 112, 252, 345, 441, 551, 729, 825, 920
Gifts & Grants Report; 433
Gifts, grants & contracts, proposed change in Administrative Code; 96
Gilco; 70
Good Samaritan Hospital & Medical Center; 551
Governor of Oregon, Office of; 939
Governor's Advisory Committee on Chicano Affairs; 369, 421
Grace, W.R. & Co. ; 253
Grandchapter, Order of Eastern Star of Oregon ; 263, 825, 830, 843
Grand Guardian Council of Job's Daughters; 829
Grand Ronde Parent-Teacher Organization; 449, 561
Grange Insurance Assoc. ; 745
Grants Pass Rotary Club; 264
Grants Pass School District #7; 253
Graphic Arts Technical Center; 253
Grasle, W.R., Co. ; 7, 665
Greater Anchorage Area Borough Scholarship; 449
GreenValley Lumber Co. Scholarship Fund; 263, 449
Greenough, Quentin, Inc. ; 188
Gresham Rotary Club; 464
Gresham Union High School; 935
Gribble, Virgil, Well Drilling; 125
Griswold, Ruth L., Trust Fund; 463
Grolier Foundation, Inc. ; 263
Guantanamo Bay Educational Fund; 365
Gym suit service transferred to general fund; 543

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Halton Tractor Co. ; 127
Hamlin, Martin & Schultz, Architects; 88, 780
Hamlin, Martin, Schultz & Oredson; 483, 671, 795
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Fund; 829
Harder J.M., Educational Found. ; 275, 462
Harder Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 665
Harding, V.A., Construction Co. ; 782
Harney County Home Extension Women; 280
Harris Trust & Savings Bank, 1st National Bank of Oregon, The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A., & Associates; 283
Harvey Aluminum, Inc. ; 551
Hawaiian Trust Co. ; 279, 935
Health Service Program, possible transfer to general fund; 473, 541, 613
Hearst, William Randolph, Found. ; 253
Henley Parents & Patrons; 935, 938
Heppner Elks Lodge; 252, 262
Hercules College Scholarship; 924
Hercules, Inc. ; 260, 263
Hermiston Rotary Club; 254
Hervin Co. ; 271, 931
Hewlett, Jamison & Atkinson, Architects; 401, 487
Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 86
Hewlett Packard Co. ; 255, 366, 580
High School Counselors, workshops for; 339
High School visitation program; 340
Higher Educational Facilities Act of 1963; 505, 653
Hilhi Parent Faculty Club; 449
Hill Family Found. ; 265
Hill, Willis A., Inc. ; 304, 379
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 252, 931
Hillsboro Jaycees; 253
Hillsboro Union High School; 253, 935
Hospital Patient Council; 360
Housing for Single Students; 94, 128
Housing policies; 816
Hui-O-Hawaii; 253
Hutchinson, Peggyann, Scholarship; 449, 829

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Idaho Nuclear Corp. ; 123
Idaho State Dept. of Education; 562, 844
Inc. Kaiulani Home for Girls; 843
Incidental Fees, Interinstitutional Committee on; 540, 612
Incidental fees, policies on; 540, 612, 889
Indirect costs credits 1970-71 budgets; 240
Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance; 579, 933
Institutional Degree Lists; 388
Interinstitutional Committee on Incidental Fees; 540
Interinstitutional Committee on Residence Classification; 608
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 100, 816
Interinstitutional Residence Classification Committee; 234
Interinstitutional Student Union; 243, 327, 816, 889
Interior Dept. Associate of the N.W. ; 460
International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite & Paper Mill Workers; 262
International Business Machines Corp. ; 125, 553
International Christian Scholarship Found. ; 362, 840
International Minerals & Chemical Corp. ; 560
International Order Rainbow for Girls; 937
International Research & Exchanges Board; 352, 450
International Women's Fishing Assoc. ; 263, 829
Investment Report; 720

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Jackson County, proposed sale of Britt property to; 218
Jackson County Young Farmers' Club; 935
Jackson Foundation; 126, 253, 263, 829, 935, 938
Jantzen, Inc. ; 263
Jaycee War Memorial Fund; 263
Jefferson High School; 253, 561
Jefferson Lions Club; 464
Jeppsen, Miller & Tobias, Architects; 85, 304, 381
Jewett, Barton, Leavy & Kern; 576
Job's Daughters Scholarship; 924
Johnson, Carl, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 829
Johnson, Earle & Minnie, Trust; 279
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 253, 345, 551
Johnson, S.S., Foundation; 253, 449, 464
Jones, Lowell N., Co. ; 745
Jones, Norman W., Construction Contractor; 294
Josephine County; 447
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 252
Junction City Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 253
Junior Achievement Columbia Empire, Inc. ; 829

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Kanne, Lee, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 924
Kansas State Advisory Council for Vocational Education; 468
Keeney, Robert J., Architect; 55, 291, 478
Keikhaefer Mercury; 554
Keller Lumber Co. ; 829
Ketchikan Lions Club; 449
King, Warren, Report; 3, 316, 470
Klamath County; 447
Klamath County Medical Society, Women's Auxiliary; 263
Klamath County Public Health Dept. ; 224
Klamath County Quota Club; 580
Klamath Falls Area Education District; 289
Klamath Falls Kiwanis Club; 467, 938
Klamath-Lake Teachers Federal Credit Union; 279
Klamath Union High School Girls Recreation Assoc. ; 938
Korman, Wesley V., Architect; 70
Kreizenbeck Memorial Scholarship; 263
Kress, Samuel H., Foundation; 924
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates, Engineers; 58, 293, 310, 648, 673, 786
Kuge, Thomas J., Scholarship; 924

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L.V. Computer System; 933
LaGrande Lodge #41, A.F. & A.M. ; 365, 937
LaGrande Rotary Club; 280
LaGrande Soroptimist Club; 581
LaGrande Telephone Co. ; 369
Lake Oswego Education Assoc. ; 123
Lakeview Hospital; 228
Land program, advance acquisition of; 696
Lane Community College; 924
Lane County; 393
Lane County Electric Cooperative, Inc. ; 580, 924
Lane I.E.D. ; 831
Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority; 347
Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities, Inc. ; 123, 263, 362, 449, 561, 829, 924, 933
Laxalt, Berry, Allison & LeBaron; 279
Leake, E.E., Publishing Co. ; 263
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 252, 843
Lebanon High School; 551, 576
LeBeck & Son; 15
Lee, John-Rick Bullis Memorial Fund; 449
Legal Counsel for Institutions; 815, 887
Legislative Fiscal Committee; 470
Legislative Interim Sub-committee; 107
Legislature, 1969m Joint Ways & Means Committee, Subcommittee #4; 288
Leukemia Society of Am., Inc. ; 269, 460, 739, 930
Library Services Curtailment, student protest re; 327
Life Investment for Future Environment Council; 746
Lilly, Eli, & Co. ; 127, 569
Lincoln County Foundation; 937
Linkville Kiwanis Club; 467
Linn-Benton Community College; 227
Linn-Benton I.E.D. ; 747, 831
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust; 365
Living-in Requirements, all institutions; 160
Lochner, Verne, Memorial Fund; 263
Long-range planning, state system; 2, 800, 911
Lord Bros. Contractors, Inc. ; 7, 798
Los Angeles Times Fund; 253
Luce, Charles-Nancy O., Trust; 280
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 311, 389, 668, 869
Lutheran Brotherhood; 123

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Madras Produce Co. ; 253
Mainwaring, Bernard, Memorial Scholarship; 924
Malheur Onion Grower's Assoc. ; 560
Mapleton High School M Club; 581
Mapleton Lions Club; 253
Mapleton Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 924
Marcola Get-Together Club; 253
Marion County; 739
Marion County School District #24J; 748
Marion Electric; 400, 793
Marion-Polk County Medical Society Women's Auxiliary; 568
Marquam Medical Center; 569
Married Student Housing Report; 94, 128
Marquess & Marquess, Engineers; 480, 483
Marshall, George C., Regional High School; 253
Marshall, John High School; 551
Marshfield Senior High School; 734
Massachusetts Life Fund; 551
May & Co., Inc. ; 579
McCloud River Railroad Co. ; 280
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 271
McKay, K.E., of Coos Bay; 253, 263, 278, 924, 935
McKenzie Education Assoc. ; 253
McKenzie-Willamette Hospital Women's Auxiliary; 924
McMinnville Lions Club; 253, 263, 449, 464, 551
McMinnville Rotana Club; 829
McNeil Laboratories, Inc. ; 739
McPheeters Electric Co. ; 784
Medford Rotary Educational Scholar; 263, 365
Medford Senior High School; 253, 263, 279, 449, 462, 936
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon ; 365, 836

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Adamson, Robert K., Estate of, property sale; 197
Administration Bldg. Alterations; 510, 653, 704, 788, 818, 882, 883
Alumni Association; 360
Animal Quarters Ventilation System in Medical Research Bldg., renovation & improvements; 712
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg. ; 6, 704
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Bldg. & Teaching Hospital Add., Furnishings & Equipment; 883
Brackett, Constance M., estate of; 270
Bridge-Pedestrian Construction on west property boundary; 712
Brock, Jessie F., Estate of, property sale & Bequest; 197, 460
Budget, annual, 1970-71; 239
Centrex equipment installation; 657
Child Development & Rehabilitation Center; 658
Clinical Laboratory Bldg. alterations; 712
Crippled Children's Division budget; 239
Electrical Distribution System expansion & extension; 712, 715
Erwin, Ralph M., Jr., estate of; 120
Frank, Aaron M., estate; 120
Gifts; 119, 269, 360, 460, 568, 739, 836, 930
Heating Plant & Steam Distribution System, expansion & extension; 712, 715
Heating Plant improvements; 198
Hospital charges for patients; 513
Hospitalization insurance; 661
Incidental fee raise for hospitalization insurance; 661
Jackson, Ilene M., bequest; 739
Mackenzie Hall (Medical Science Bldg.), remodeling; 510, 653, 704, 788, 818, 882, 883
Medical Research Bldg., Animal Quarters Ventilation System, renovation & improvements; 712
Medical Science & Administration Bldgs., alterations; 425, 510, 653, 704, 788
Medicine, revision in program in; 233
Mental Retardation Demonstration Center; 658
Nursing, facilities for; 511
Outpatient Clinic Add., 8, 9, & 10 floors; 712
Outpatient Clinic Budget; 238
Parking Lot Improvements; 426, 513, 656
Parking regulations; 790, 816
Parking Structure II; 660, 707
Patents; 894, 895, 896
Pedestrian Bridge construction on west property boundary; 712
Personnel Adjustments; 111, 344, 440, 549, 726, 822, 918
Pier, Alma R., estate of; 121
Road, Veterans Hospital, improvement; 712
Sam Jackson Park & Veterans Hospital Road, improvement; 712
Schauffler, Caroline, estate of; 273
Selling, Laurance, Fund; 741
Student American Medical Assoc. ; 571
Teaching Hospital Add. & Alterations; 6, 704
Teaching Hospital & Clinics Budget; 239
Utilities study; 661
Veterans Hospital Road & Sam Jackson improvements; 712
Wendel Memorial Fund; 836
Women's Residence Hall alterations; 787
Women's Residence Hall complex; 708
Work, A.M., Cancer Research account, reclassified; 720

Medico Bowling League; 570
Meier & Frank Co. ; 253, 829
Memorex Foundation; 366
Memphis Elks Scholarship; 449
Merck & Co., Inc. ; 253, 733
Mexican-Americans, opportunities for; 421
Michigan State University; 582, 845
Micromanipulator Co. ; 255
Mid-Columbia Regional Service Center; 747
Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. ; 464, 920
Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Govts. ; 939
Mid-Willamette Valley Air Pollution Authority; 554
Miller-Morton Co. ; 260, 733, 923
Milne's, John & Mary, Scholarship Fund; 464
Milton-Freewater Bank of Commerce; 467
Milton-Freewater Education Assoc. ; 734
Milton-Freewater Elks Lodge #2146; 480
Milwaukie Elks Lodge; 931
Mineral Ridge High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 253
Mink Farmer's Research Found. ; 447
Minneapolis Star & Tribune Co. ; 449
Miscellaneous donors; 365
Miss Rogue Valley Pageant; 936
Mitchel, Clinton, Scoutership; 125
Mobil Oil Co. ; 255
Modern Music Masters; 263
Modern Woodmen of America; 125
Molalla Union High School; 937
Monmouth, City of, deeding of OCE land to for street; 531
Monsato Co. ; 350, 447
Monson-Rowell Co. ; 460
Moody, John T. & Sons; 28
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York & Associates; 283
Morin & Longwood, Architects; 314
Morin-Longwood-Edlund, Architects; 88, 90, 196, 299, 314, 508, 510, 649, 877
Moro, City of, quitclaim deed from Sherman Branch Experiment Station; 187
Morrison, Carl E., Memorial Scholar; 263
Morrison, Funatake & Associates, Inc. ; 185, 188, 299, 307, 798
Morrow-Contractors, Inc. ; 669
Morrow, Robert D., Inc. ; 400, 489, 849
Mortgages, investment in; 430
Motorola Semiconductor Products, Inc. ; 256
Mott Foundation; 735
Moulton, C.H., Trust; 363
Mt. Hood Community College; 227, 858
Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church; 253, 924
Mt. View Hospital; 938
Mu Phi Epsilon Patronesses; 449
Mulcahy Foundation; 275, 462
Multnomah County School District #1; 253
Multnomah County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc. ; 577
Myrtle Creek Lions Club; 924

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NCO Wives Club, Loring Air Force Base; 936
N.E.C.A., Oregon-Columbia Chapter; 278
NDEA Student Loan Program; 239
NSPE Educational Foundation; 253
National Aeronautics & Space Administration; 112, 256, 352, 450, 729, 825, 831, 920, 925
National Assoc. of Accountants; 276
National Assoc. of Legal Secretaries; 936
National Assoc. of Purchasing Management, Inc. ; 734, 924
National Assoc. of Student Personnel Administrators; 840
National Bank of Washington; 279
National Collegiate Athletic Assoc. ; 551, 561, 930
National Council For Air & Stream Improvement, Inc. ; 115
National Council for Geographic Education; 278
National Council for Jewish Women; 936
National Council of the Paper Industry; 112, 442, 729, 920
National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation; 271, 361, 570
National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation, Oregon Chapter; 570
National Endowment for the Humanities; 554
National Foundation; 570
National Foundation, March of Dimes; 123, 837
National Honor Society Scholarship; 924
National Institute of Mental Health, Public Hospital Service; 832
National Lead Co., Baroid Division; 256
National League for Nursing; 226
National Merit Scholarship Commission; 279, 562
National Merit Scholarship Corp. ; 561
National Oceanographic Data Center; 112
National Quotation Bureau, Inc. ; 579
National Research Council; 740
National Scholarship Service & Fund for Negro Students; 365
National Scholarship Trust Fund; 253
National Science Foundation; 84, 112, 117, 126, 164, 196, 256, 265, 272, 276, 278, 280, 314, 347, 352, 363,

442, 451, 462, 464, 467, 506, 509, 554, 562, 580, 581, 703, 735, 744, 782, 825, 831, 861, 875, 921, 926, 934, 940

National Secretaries Assoc. ; 263
National Society Daughters of American Revolution; 254
National Society of Professional Engineers; 127
National Turkey Federation; 350
Natural Resources Planning Committee; 746
Navy Releif Society; 840, 936
Neah-Kah-Nie High School; 930
Neeley, Doris J., Memorial Fund; 254
Nelson, Howard, Construction Co. ; 878
Nevada State Fireman's Assoc. ; 924
New York Council Navy League Scholarship Fund; 829
New York University; 730
Newberg Rotary Club; 464
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 362, 829
Niagara Chemical Division of FMC Corp. ; 827
Nichols Ave. Public School; 926
Nolte Electric Co. ; 504
Nonresident fees, Administrative Code amended; 609
Nonresident Students, proposed change, Administrative Code; 536, 543, 610
Nonresident undergraduate tuition increased; 101
NOR-AM Agricultural Products; 828
Nortec, Inc., Consulting Engineers; 675
North American Benefit Assoc. ; 467
North American Rockwell; 925
North Dakota State Dept. of Public Instruction; 563
Northwest Food Processors Assoc. ; 828
Northwest Pulp & Paper Assoc. ; 734
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory; 125, 367
Norwich Pharmaceutical Co. & Eaton Laboratories Div. ; 121, 272, 361, 740, 932
Nutrition Foundation; 113

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ONC Scholarship Foundation; 254, 263, 829
Oakland Public Schools; 254
Officers, Board, Election of; 546
Officer's Wives' Club, M.A.F.B. ; 263
Oil Heat Institute of Oregon; 742
Ophir Parent Teachers Assoc. ; 925
Oredson, Vincent L., Architect; 53
Oregon Arts Commission; 127, 268, 451, 841
Oregon Assoc. of Broadcasters; 263, 830
Oregon Association of Club Women; 123
Oregon Association of Defense Counsel; 932
Oregon Automobile Association; 662
Oregon Barltlett Pear Commission; 350, 734
Oregon Beef Council; 254
Oregon Broiler Growers Assoc. ; 115
Oregon Bulb Farms; 828
Oregon Cancer Society; 570, 740
Oregon Cattlemen's Assoc. ; 254, 260, 351, 447
Oregon Chapter, Am. Society for Metals; 257
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 252
Oregon Junior & Senior High Schools Scholarship Fund; 830

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Administration Bldg. Renovation; 27, 425
Area chiller installation; 27
Budget, annual, 1970-71; 238
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg. (Fine Arts) ; 24, 27, 426, 667, 881, 883
College Center Addition; 668, 707
Curricular Changes, 1970-71; 18, 529
Dormitory #8; 216, 425, 532, 793
Dormitory #9; 708
Dormitory #10 & #11; 714
Education Bldg. Addition; 709
Food Service Bldg. ; 425, 532
General Studies Programs; 18
German, basic norm program in; 529
Gifts; 124, 277, 364, 463, 579, 744, 842, 934
Graduate tuition & fees increased $4; 101
Laboratory, Classroom & Office Bldg. ; 704, 883
Laboratory, Classroom & Office Bldg., Phase II; 709
Land Purchases; 707
Landers, J.S., Hall, Dorm. #8 named; 216
Library addition; 709
Lincoln Co. Alumni Assoc. ; 464
Media Publications Center; 709
Personnel Adjustments; 550
Physical Education Bldg. (Phase I) ; 21, 164, 426, 669
Physical Education Bldg., Phase II; 705, 707, 884
Physical Plant Bldg. ; 709
Resident undergraduate fee increased $4; 101
Science Bldg., Phase II; 709
Social Science-Geography; 18
Social Science-History; 18
Social Science-Psychology; 18
Street Construction; 424, 426, 881
Street improvements, deeding land to City of Monmouth for; 531

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc. ; 254, 279, 443, 462, 465, 830, 840, 936
Oregon Corrections Assoc. ; 746
Oregon Council of the Blind, Inc. ; 263
Oregon Council on Economic Education; 124, 126, 278, 363, 462, 577
Oregon Executive Dept. ; 127
Oregon Extension Homemakers Council; 551
Oregon Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs; 254, 551
Oregon Filbert Commission; 734
Oregon Fish & Game Commission; 260
Oregon Fish Commission; 115
Oregon Foundation for Dental Research & Development; 360
Oregon Fryer Commission; 254
Oregon Game Commission; 116
Oregon Golden Gloves, Inc. ; 263, 840
Oregon Graduate Center; 210
Oregon Health Manpower Council; 227
Oregon Heart Assoc. ; 257, 272, 570, 739, 740, 837
Oregon Highland Bentgrass Commission; 115
Oregon Home Economics Assoc. ; 254
Oregon Industrial Education Assoc. ; 254
Oregon Medical Assoc. ; 571
Oregon Medical Education Foundation; 740
Oregon, Miss, Scholarship Pageant; 924
Oregon Nursery Advisory Committee; 351
Oregon Nurses Assoc. ; 936
Oregon Orchardgrass Seed Producers Commission; 115
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers, Seaside; 126, 254, 263
Oregon Physicians' Service; 571
Oregon Portland Cement Co. ; 560
Oregon Potato Commission; 828
Oregon Processed Prune & Plum Growers Comm. ; 260
Oregon Ryegrass Growers Seed Commission; 260
Oregon Seed Council; 447, 734
Oregon Shakespearean Festival Assoc. ; 935
Oregon State Board of Dental Examiners; 843
Oregon State Dept. of Agriculture; 447, 828
Oregon State Dept. of Economic Development; 742
Oregon State Dept. of Education; 938
Oregon State Dept. of Environmental Control; 555
Oregon State Dept. of Environmental Quality; 113
Oregon State Dept. of Transportation; 742
Oregon State Elks Association; 263, 460, 581, 740, 830, 843, 925, 932, 936
Oregon State Employees Assoc. ; 677
Oregon State Employment Division; 353, 746, 926
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs; 577, 841
Oregon State Game Commission; 351
Oregon State Grange; 254
Oregon State Library; 462
Oregon State Program on Aging; 742

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration Bldg. ; 86, 425
Agricultural engineering technology; 71
Agricultural Experiment Station budget; 239
Agricultural Research budget; 238
Agricultural Science & DCE Bldg. ; 705, 884
Agricultural Science, Phase II; 709
Allen property purchase; 187
Arnold Hall Cafeteria; 81, 305, 378, 425, 486
Art, BS in; 71
Atmospheric Science Bldg. ; 710
Atmospheric Sciences Dept. ; 84
Bailey property purchase; 675
Batcheller & Covell remodeling; 709
Benton Hall remodeling; 710
Benton Hall fire sprinkler system; 298, 427
Bexell Hall remodeling; 710
Bioscience addition; 710
Bioscience Bldg. ; 504
Blodgett Tract easements; 308
Bloss Hall; 81, 305, 378, 425, 486
Boyer property purchase; 187
Budget, annual, 1970-71; 239
Burkhart property purchase; 860
Campus Road System, Phase I; 710
Central Chiller, Phase I; 710, 714
Central Heating Plant Boiler; 164, 185, 307, 425, 710, 714
Central Storage Bldg. ; 710
Chemistry Bldg.- Phase I; 704, 884
Chemistry Bldg.-- Phase II; 705, 884
Civil Engineering Bldg. ; 709
Clemens property purchase; 676
Collins, Gertrude F., estate, property sale; 384
Computer Center addition; 710
Computer purchase; 818
Cordley Hall, Second Addition; 709
Covell & Batcheller remodeling; 709
Curricular changes, 1970-71; 71, 166, 233, 489
Davis property purchase; 506
Dearborn Hall addition; 710
Dogs & other pets on campus, control of; 385
Earth Science addition; 710
Earth Science complex; 84, 164, 381, 426, 807, 881, 883
East Residence Complex, Unit II (Dormitory & Food Service) ; 708
East Residence Hall Complex, Unit I; 708
Education-Laboratory Bldg. ; 709
Electrical distribution system study; 675
Electrical system revisions; 705, 707, 884
Evenson Enterprises, easement to; 309
Faculty Wives & Women's Club; 938
Fairplay property, Fish Laboratory Bldg. on; 777
Family Study Center; 709
Federal Cooperative Extension Service budget; 239
Feed Barn-Dairy Center; 705, 884
Feikert property purchase; 308
Fine Arts Center; 709
Fine Arts Center, Phase II; 710
Fish Commission of Oregon, agreement with; 777
Folk Club; 254, 345
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 303
Forest Research Laboratory budget; 239
Forest Research Laboratory, financial support for; 303, 534
Forestry Bldg. remodeling; 710
Forestry minors in technical journalism; 71
Forestry Sciences Laboratory Service Bldg. ; 383, 779
Foundation; 113, 254, 260, 264, 828, 843
Gatch Hall; 714
Gifts; 112, 252, 345, 441, 551, 729, 825, 920
Gilmore Hall remodeling; 710
Graf Hall remodeling; 710
Hayden property purchase; 308
Health, mater's degree program in; 80, 233
Health & Physical Education Bldg. ; 709
Health, Physical Education & Recreation, degree programs in; 80, 166, 233
Henderson-Gross property purchase; 779
Horse Center; 88, 299, 426, 807, 881
Hoyt property purchase; 384
Humanities & Social Science; 709
Humanities & Social Science, Phase II; 710
Hygiene, Physical Education & Eng. Composition, changing requirement in; 489, 593
International agricultural development, graduate minor in; 71
Intramural/Recreation Bldg. ; 707
Jacob property purchase; 186
Kaiser property purchase; 187
Kidder Hall remodeling; 710
Laboratory Insectory & Greenhouse; 779
Liberal Studies, BA/BS in; 71
Library Bldg., 1st Add. ; 88, 164, 425, 780, 807
Library Science, Phase II;
Light property purchase; 85
Longview Fibre Co., easement to; 309
Management science; 71
Manufacturing engineering technology; 71
Marine Science Center improvements; 706, 884
Married Student Housing; 707, 856
Mechanical technology in agriculture changed to agricultural engineering technology; 71
Memorial Union alterations & add. ; 714
Men's Gym remodeling; 710
Miller Hall; 81, 714
Mother's Club; 254, 551
Nordyke property purchase; 86
North Laboratory Wing; 779
Nuclear Power Plant planning; 710
Nuclear technology, BS in; 71
Oceanography facilities; 303
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 383
Parker Stadium Improvements; 425
Parking regulations; 616, 635
Patents; 893, 896
Personnel adjustments; 110, 250, 343, 439, 547, 723, 820, 917
Physical Education Division; 185
Physical Education & Health Bldg. ; 709
Physical Plant Complex; 709
Port Orford Coast Guard Station, Acquisition of; 502
Press & Publication Bldg. ; 710, 714
Production Technology Bldg. ; 710
Production Technology changed to Manufacturing Engineering Technology; 71
Radiation Center Classroom Bldg. ; 709
Research Vessel Facilities; 706, 884
Resolution from faculty re faculty personnel matters; 432
Rickabaugh property purchase; 384
Sanitary sewer revision; 710
Sherman Branch Experiment Station, quit-claim deed to City of Moro; 187
Snell Hall purchase & remodeling; 710
Social Science & Humanities; 709
Social Science & Humanities, Phase II; 710
South Residence Hall area, Unit I, Complex B; 714
Student Health Center Addition; 707
Student presentation to Board; 243
Telephone line easement to Pacific N.W. Bell Telephone Co. ; 378
Thompson property purchase; 86
Umatilla Branch Experiment Station, return of land to federal govt. ; 377
Utility Tunnel Extension; 188, 710
Veterinary Isolation Facility; 704, 884
Waldo Hall fire sprinkling system; 298, 427
Warmington property purchase; 780
Weatherford Hall remodeling (East Wing) ; 707
Weatherford Hall remodeling (West Wing) ; 714
Western Forest Biology Laboratory; 383
Wiedenhorn, Mary, estate of; 350
Wilde property purchase; 676
Withycombe Hall remodeling; 709
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center Improvements; 426

Oregon Strawberry Commission; 560

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Administration Bldg. add. ; 713
Budget, annual, 1970-71; 238
Commons addition; 165, 295
Community College issued in Klamath County; 763
Cornett Hall remodeling; 713
Curricular changes 1970-71; 224, 233, 373, 762
Dental Hygiene Program; 198
Gifts; 126, 280, 366, 467, 580, 745, 843, 938
Laboratory Bldg. II & Water Chiller; 704, 853, 883
Landscaping, Sidewalks, Stairs & Outside Lighting; 712
Lecture Hall/Auditorium/Demonstration Facilities--Commons Addition; 165, 295, 424, 425, 489, 776
Library Bldg. ; 705, 884
Library--Commons remodeling; 712, 715
Matthews, Ada, bequest; 298, 341
Nursing, associate degree program in; 224, 233
Nursing program; 886
OTI in the 1970's; 762 852
Parking Regulations; 674, 753
Personnel adjustments; 251, 727, 918
Physical Education Facilities; 712, 715
Physical Education Facilities, Swimming Pool; 713, 715
Physical Plant Bldg. Add. ; 712
Plant Engineering Technology; 373, 409
Propulsion Laboratory; 713
Report on role of OTI; 762, 800
Roads B & D; 705, 884
Semon Hall remodeling for dental hygiene; 165, 198, 294
Student Union Addition; 712, 715
Transfer courses; 773
Well #7 & pumps; 712, 715

Oregon Tuberculosis & Respiratory Disease Assoc. ; 577
Oregon Turkey Improvement Assoc. ; 254
Otter Trawl Commission of Oregon; 560
Outboard Marine Corp. ; 556

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P.E.O. Sisterhood; 263, 264, 280, 365, 551, 825, 830, 843, 936
P.E.O. Sisterhood International Peace Scholarship Fund; 264, 449, 925
Pacific Bulb Growers Research Commission; 448
Pacific Gas Transmission Co. ; 280, 580
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co., Centrex, Medical School; 657
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co., telephone line easement, OSU; 378
Pacific Power & Light Co. ; 463
Pacific S.W. Forest & Range Experiment Station; 351
Pacific University; 858
Palm Springs Scoutership; 936
Pan American Petroleum Foundation, Inc. ; 117
Parent-Child Services, Inc. ; 277
Parker, Leslie S., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 825, 830, 936
Parson's Pine Products; 936
Patent Policy; 815, 892
Patterson Dental Co. ; 269
Patterson Plumbing Co., Inc. ; 260
Payne & Settecase, Architects; 21, 24, 669, 793, 856
Payne & Struble, Architects; 482
Peace Corps. ; 443
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell Foundation; 254
Pendleton Altrusa Club; 262, 923
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 252, 924
Pendleton High School Girls' League; 280
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 263, 924
Pendleton Rotary Club; 254, 937
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; 254, 345, 449
Pepsi Cola Bottling, Medford; 936
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Portland; 254, 275, 362
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., White City; 466, 745
Personnel; 110, 250, 343, 439, 547, 723, 719, 820, 917
Personnel adjustments, policy change; 476, 550, 824
Personnel adjustments, proposal to amend Administrative Code, Chancellor's authority; 476
Personnel division assessments; 288
Pfizer Laboratories Division; 739
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Assoc. Foundation, Inc. ; 459
Phi Beta; 576
Phi Beta Patrons; 925
Phi Beta Psi Sorority, Grand Chapter; 272, 461
Phi Chi Theta Scholarship; 449\
Phillips Petroleum; 448
Phoenix High School; 254, 279
Physical Plant Rehabilitation & Minor Capital Outlay, Chancellor Authority to Allocate; 885
Pilot Rock High School; 843
Plant Rehabilitation; 887
Pooled Endowment Fund book value; 720
Pooled Endowment Funds, investment in mortgages; 430
Port Orford Rotary Club; 126
Porter, Lloyd, International Business Scholarships; 576
Portland Academy of Medicine; 932
Portland Action Committees Together, Inc. ; 743
Portland Association of Legal Secretaries; 121
Portland Chamber of Commerce; 277
Portland, City of; 849
Portland Communication System-Executone of Oregon, Inc. ; 849
Portland Development Commission; 16, 17, 215, 216, 399, 474, 662
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 252, 931
Portland Federal Savings; 364
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations; 571
Portland Garden Club; 577
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc. ; 837
Portland Junior League; 569
Portland Metropolitan Steering Committee--EOA, (Inc.) ; 463
Portland Model Cities Agency; 743
Portland Panhellenic Association; 264
Portland, Port of; 743
Portland Professional Chapter of Theta Sigma Phi; 254, 925
Portland Rose Festival Assoc. ; 264, 275, 449
Portland School District #1; 367
Portland Society of Financial Analysts; 277
Portland Soroptimist Club; 746

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Area reduced for land, State Highway Dept. ; 17
Art, Master of Fine Arts degree; 517
Basketball Day Camp; 840
Black studies certificate; 316, 339
Budget allocation for WICHE project; 399
Budget, annual, 1970-71; 239
Campus boundaries revised; 662
College Services Bldg. ; 848
Commuter Center; 712, 715
Cramer Hall alterations; 198
Cramer Hall, N.E. & S.W. Units; 664
Curricular changes, 1970-71; 9, 517
Development Foundation; 123
Elevated walkway; 849
Faculty Women's Club; 840
German, MA in (Deutsche Sommerschule) ; 9
Gifts; 123, 275, 362, 462, 576, 741, 840, 933
Hecker, Margaret L., estate of; 840
Housing needs, report on; 474
Investment analysis center; 124, 579
"Jennings House", foundation for; 15
Land Acquisition from Portland Development Commission; 215, 399, 529
Land purchases; 704, 707, 883
Library West, 1st Add. ; 712
Miller, Kenneth, Estate of; 933
Music, Master of Arts degree; 517
Old Main rehabilitation; 705, 792, 884
Oregon State Highway Commission, exchange of property with; 663
Parking improvements; 216
Parking regulations; 17, 663, 749
Parking--Related with Science III; 712, 715
Parking Structure II; 848
Personnel adjustments; 111, 251, 344, 549, 726, 823, 918
Philosophy, Mater of Arts degree; 517
Physical Education, Phase II; 712
Portland Linebackers Scholarship; 561
PSU-PGE Marketing Conference; 841
Portland Student Services, Inc. ; 474
President's Residence, Gift of; 6
Professional Schools Center; 700

Phase I; 705, 809, 884
Parking; 707, 809
Phase II; 705, 884

Science III with Related Parking; 712
Services Bldg. completion; 704, 883
Smith Memorial Center Library; 715
Smith Memorial Center Remodel. ; 707
Student bldg. fees to be used for parking improvements; 216
Summer term programs; 101
Theater arts, MA in; 9
U of O subgrant; 841
University Scholar program leading to BA/BS degree; 331, 339
Urban Renewal Plan; 16
Utilities System Improvements; 712
WICHE grant; 744, 841
Zehntbauer, John & Elizabeth, home for president; 6

Potlatch Forests Foundation, Inc. ; 843
Powers High School; 936
Prairie City Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 843
Pre-registration deposit of $75, student protest re; 328
Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital; 224, 228
President's Report; 109, 242, 342, 438, 544, 722, 819, 909
Presser Foundation; 449, 830
Price-Waterhouse Foundation; 254, 364
Prineville Elks Lodge; 262
Professional Baseball College Scholarship Plan; 264, 830

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Quill & Scroll; 264

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RCA Records; 261
RMB, Inc. dba Marion Electric; 669
Raco, Inc., dba Valley Plumbing & Heating; 669
Rainier Union High School; 254, 449, 936
Raleigh Hills Foundation; 273
Ralston Purina Co. ; 825
Random House, Inc. ; 747
Random House School & Library Service, Inc. ; 281
Raymond, Leslie V. & Stella J., Foundation, Inc. ; 264
Redwood Lions Club; 279, 466
Ree, Art, & Son; 509
Reed Institute; 123
Rehabilitation program; 198
Research Corp. ; 364, 365, 564, 892, 893, 926
Research Council of Great City Schools; 939
Research Institute Investors Service, Inc. ; 463
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc. ; 740
Residence Classification Students, Administrative Code revised; 234, 608
Resolution applying for Port Orford Coast Guard Station; 502
Resolution approving contract for College Housing & Service Facilities under Title IV,

Housing Act 1950 OCE; 532

Resolution approving contract for College Housing & Service Facilities under Title IV,

Housing Act 1950 SOC; 485

Resolution approving preliminary planning report, Dental School Bldg. Add. ; 516
Resolution approving preliminary planning report, Student Center, EOC; 371
Resolution approving scheduled relocation payments, advance acquisition land program; 697
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Chemistry Bldg., OSU; 809
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Classroom Bldg. (Speech Theatre), SOC; 811
Resolution authorizing filing application advance planning Professional Schools Center, PSU; 812
Resolution authorizing filing for grant funds for Health Manpower Facilities; 789
Resolution authorizing filing application Nursing Education Facilities, Medical School; 511
Resolution authorizing filing for grant funds Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg. (Fine Arts), OCE; 667
Resolution authorizing filing for grant funds Nursing Education Facility, SOC; 52
Resolution, Community College & Education Center Bonds, Series 1970B, $6,770,000; 151
Resolution condemning McManus property, EOC; 220
Resolution condemning Potter-Lindstrom property, UO; 194
Resolution honoring Ancil Payne; 721
Resolution honoring Herman Oliver; 910
Resolution honoring Ray T. Yasui; 721
Resolution sale of $6,770,000 State of Oregon, Community College & Education Center Bonds,

Series 1970B; 284

Resources for the Future, Inc. ; 452
Restoration fund assessment; 288
Retail Employees Union Local 1092; 123
Retail Store space in state-owned bldgs., policy on; 428, 536, 610
Reynolds, Marjorie Thompson, Memorial Fund; 830
Rhodia, Inc., Chipman Division; 448
Ricketts Music Store; 264, 830
Riverman & Sons; 487
Rockefeller Foundation; 266, 347, 452
Rogue River Lions Auxiliary; 936
Rogue Valley Manor; 936
Rogue Valley Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; 936
Rogue Valley Physicians' Service Scholarship Loan Committee; 930, 936, 938
Rogue Valley Quaker Worship Group; 279, 466, 936
Rohm & Hass Co. ; 825
Ronjoin, Basil, Educational Trust; 264, 449
Roosevelt High School:

Dad's Club; 123
Student Body; 123, 275, 362

Rose & Breedlove, Inc. & Stevens, Thompson & Runyan, Inc. ; 660
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 262
Roseburg Intermediate Education District; 551
Roseburg Senior High School; 937
Ross Electric, Inc. ; 86, 379

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S & H Foundation, Inc. ; 254, 264, 266, 561, 925
St. Andrews Society of Oregon; 551
St. Helens Senior High School; 936
St. Mary's High School; 843, 936
St. Paul Public Schools; 254
Salem-Cockerline Memorial Trust Fund; 255
Salem Eagles; 448
Salem Elks Lodge #336; 252
Salem Public Schools; 579
Salem Zonta Club; 830
Salomon Brothers & Hutzler & Associates; 283
Sandwell International, Inc. ; 197, 647
Sandy Business & Professional Women's Club; 254
Sandy, George H., Foundation; 933
Sandy Kiwanis Scholarship; 924
Sandy Union High School; 254, 936
San Jose State College; 117
San Lorenzo High School; 936
Saudi Arabian Airlines Corp. ; 933
Saudi Arabian Education Mission; 362
Saxsomeier, Carl J., Jr., Scholarship Fund; 254
Scappoose High School Diamond S Honor Society; 935
Schering Laboratories; 121
Scholarship Endowment Fund, Order of Eastern Star; 830
Schubert, Sam S., Foundation, Inc. ; 449
Schultz, William Lightfoot, Foundation; 830
Scio Classroom Teachers Assoc. ; 254
Scott, M.M., Scholarship Grant; 449, 830
Scripps Institution of Oceanography; 117
Sears Roebuck Foundation; 254
Security Investments, Inc. ; 254
Security personnel, addition of; 722
Selectra Club; 571
Selenium-Tellurium Development Assoc. ; 260
Shell Chemical Co. ; 734
Shelton High School; 254
Sheridan Public Schools; 263
Sherman City Scholarship Assoc. ; 561
Sherman County Scholarship Assoc. ; 937
Shields, W.H., Construction Co. ; 86
Shuler, Rankin, Myers & Walsh, Bond Attorney's; 282
Siletz Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 843
Silva Seed Co. ; 734
Silverton Hospital Auxiliary; 739
Silverton Junior Women's Club; 938
Silverton Union High School; 254
Simon, Norton, Foundation; 264, 449, 830
Simpson Timber Co. ; 560
Sims Electric of Medford, Inc. ; 795
Sitka-Mt. Edgecombe Lions Club; 464
Skidmore, Owings & Merril, Architects; 196, 294, 295, 489, 651, 776, 853
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 564
Smith River Lumber Co. ; 464, 936
Social Action Research Center, Inc. ; 353
Society of Real Estate Appraisers; 582
Sons of Italy Western Foundation; 936
South Salem Parents Club; 449
South Santiam Educational & Research Project; 264, 278, 449, 464, 843, 925, 938

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Arts & Sciences, BA/BS degree in; 29
Art Education, standard norm in; 29
Biology Greenhouse; 710
Bowner, Angus, Scholarship Fund; 935
Britt, Amalia, property sale; 217, 817
Britt Student Center Remodeling; 487, 707
Budget, annual, 1970-71; 239
Business education, revision norms in; 29
Campus boundaries expanded; 481
Cascade Field Center at Fish Lake; 53
Churchill Hall remodeling; 704, 883
Classroom Bldg. (Art) ; 710
Classroom Bldg. (Business) ; 710
Classroom Bldg. (Education) ; 424, 699, 704, 883
Classroom Bldg. (Music) ; 424, 425, 483, 671, 795
Classroom Bldg. (Speech-Theatre) ; 705, 809, 884
College Union Bldg. ; 55, 164, 290, 425, 485
Cornwall property purchase; 796
Curricular changes, 1970-71; 29, 402
Decker property purchase; 673
Dickey, John Humbird, Memorial Fund; 935
Electrical rate increase by City of Ashland; 57
General Studies In Arts & Sciences, Interdisciplinary Program in; 29
Geography BA/BS degree program in; 29
Geology, BA/BS degree program in; 402, 409
Gifts; 125, 279, 365, 465, 579, 745, 842, 934
Graduate tuition & fees increased $4; 101
Greensprings Residence Hall Units E, F, Kitchen & Dining; 714
Health & Physical Education, standard norm in; 29
Health Center Addition; 714
Heating Plant Boiler; 164
Inget property purchase; 217
Jackson Co. proposed purchase Britt property; 817
Landscaping; 710
Library addition; 710
Library Science, standard norm in; 29
Married Student Housing; 707, 714
Media Center; 711
Music Bldg. ; 807
North Campus Heating & Cooling; 710
Nursing Education Bldg. ; 48, 164, 705, 882, 884
Parking lot; 708
Perimeter Road; 480, 704, 883
Personnel adjustments; 111, 726
Physical Education Bldg. ; 711, 714
Physical Education Bldg. ventilation system improvements; 482
Physical Plant Bldg. ; 710
Reading option, MA/MS education degree program; 29
Resident undergraduate fee increased $4; 101
Science I Remodeling; 705, 882, 884
Science III; 711
Seumnicht property purchase; 673
South Campus Central Heating Plant Boiler; 58, 292, 425
South Campus Utility Plant Improvements; 673, 704, 707, 883
South Mountain Ave., Siskiyou Blvd. ; 482
Stroup property purchase; 408
Taylor Hall addition; 711
Tennis Courts; 710
Tennis Courts, repair; 483
Utility Tunnel Extension; 164

Southern Oregon Plywood; 936
Southern Oregon State Bank; 264, 449, 936
Southwest Hills Kiwanis Club; 254
Southwest Optimist Club of Portland; 449
Southwestern Oregon A.I.A. ; 264
Sparks, Sweetman, Hallin & Page; 361
Spencer Aircraft Industries; 258
Sport Fishing Institute; 734
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 252, 935
Springfield Rotary Club Scholarship Committee; 830
Stadsvold & Read, Architects; 88
Stadvold, Cy, Architect; 299
Staff employment budget reductions; 161
Standard & Poors Corp. ; 277
Standard Insurance Co. ; 430
Standard Oil Co. of California; 254, 345, 561, 580
Stanford University; 254, 279, 466
State Board of Aeronautics; 735
State Board of Education; 107, 113, 127, 254, 255, 282, 289, 353, 364, 465, 468, 555,

563, 577, 746, 747, 763, 841, 842

State Board of Education, State Board of Higher Education, Educational Coordinating Council, meeting; 107
State Dept. General Services; 193
State Dept. Vocational Rehabilitation; 452
State Division Vocational Rehabilitation; 266, 563, 926
State Emergency Board; 28, 51, 56, 58, 84, 164, 185, 189, 198, 231, 288, 291, 301, 312, 315, 341,

371, 381, 389, 423, 425, 489, 509, 511, 648, 650, 652, 660, 669, 671, 776, 780, 782, 795, 788,
795, 807, 818, 875, 877, 879, 881

State Fire Marshal; 298, 300
State Forestry Dept. ; 308
State Highway Dept. ; 734
State Highway Dept., acquisition PSU land; 17, 663
State Judicial Council; 452
State Land Board; 116
State Mental Health Division; 939
State Mutual Savings & Loan Assoc. ; 255
State of Oregon Executive Dept. ; 746, 747
State-owned bldgs., retail store space in; 428, 536, 610
State Public Welfare Commission; 347
State Restoration Fund; 193, 650
State Tax Commission; 298
State Treasury Dept. ; 282
Stauffer Chemical Co. ; 448, 561
Steeck Electric Co. ; 290
Steers, Hugh, Memorial Scholarship; 264
Steinfeld's Products Co. ; 828
Stevens, Thompson & Runyan, Inc., & Rose & Breedlove, Inc. ; 660
Stocks, State System ownership of; 432
Stuchell, J.W., Memorial Scholarship; 925
Student Conduct Codes; 695, 722
Student Housing Policies; 158
Student political activity; 438
Sturm Elevator Co. ; 849
Suicide Prevention Service, Inc. ; 123, 275
Summer Session 1970, tuition & fees increased; 101
Sunset High School Associated Students; 255
Supplements; 128, 584, 749, 940
Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias; 123
Sweet Home Community Scholarship Fund; 925, 938
Swindells Foundation; 121
Syntex Corp. ; 116

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Teaching Research Division:

Budget, 1970-71; 239
Gifts; 281, 367, 468, 582, 747, 844, 939
Personnel adjustments; 251, 824

Teeples & Thatcher, Inc. ; 7, 849
Tektronix Bridge Club; 932
Tektronix Foundation; 576, 577
Tektronix, Inc. ; 258, 353
Temp-Control Corp. ; 86, 379, 784, 849
Templin, Bill, Jr., Memorial Fund; 830
Tenneco Chemicals, Inc. ; 828
Tennessee Valley Authority; 351
Texaco, Inc. ; 255, 556, 925
Texas Instruments Foundation; 258
The Dalles Education Assoc. ; 126
The Dalles Emblem Club #406; 278
The Dalles Soroptimist Club; 254
Thoratic Clinic; 461
Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437; 252
Tillamook High School; 255
Tillamook Rainbow Sisters; 925
Time, Inc. ; 933
Todd Bldg. Co. ; 7, 658, 784, 795
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 252, 938
Tou Velle Scholarship, Frank; 264, 275, 279, 365, 449, 466, 830, 925, 936
Transcript fee increased; 101
Travel, out-of-state, budget reductions; 161
Treacy Co. ; 275
Tri County Chapter, March of Dimes; 123
Tri County Community Council; 124
Tri-Met Transportation Co. ; 841
Trust Territory of Pacific Islands; 264, 449
Tsai Management & Research Corp. ; 277
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship; 449, 830
Tuition & fee charges; 100, 235
Turner, Howard, Educational Trust; 125, 278, 936

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Umatilla Public Schools; 937
Umpqua Community College; 227, 825, 936
Union Junior Women's Club; 843
United Service Organizations, Inc. ; 937
U.S. Agency for International Development; 347, 729
U.S. Air Force; 348
U.S. Air Force, Office of Scientific Research; 266, 452, 556, 736
U.S. Army Research Office; 354
U.S. Army Signal Corps; 348
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; 113, 117, 258, 266, 273, 348, 444, 556, 564, 826, 832, 921, 927, 932
U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries; 116, 261, 923
U.S. Department of Agriculture; 452, 730
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; 116, 261, 828
U.S. Dept. of Army; 126, 273, 443, 468, 730
U.S. Dept. of Army, Medical Research & Development Command; 269
U.S. Dept. of Defense; 937
U.S. Dept. Health, Education & Welfare; 121, 125, 127, 267, 277, 280, 281, 354, 364, 367, 444,

452, 463, 465, 466, 467, 468, 502, 511, 557, 564, 571, 578, 579, 580, 581, 583, 730, 736,
743, 744, 745, 746, 748, 826, 832, 833, 837, 841, 842, 844, 927, 934, 937, 938, 939

U.S. Dept. Housing & Urban Development; 56, 67, 84, 291, 306, 371, 474, 532, 696
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 114, 444, 466, 556, 731
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries; 349, 351
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 123, 126, 279, 281, 364, 464, 579, 830, 842, 934, 936, 937, 938
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; 261, 349, 377, 441, 920
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation; 351
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Federal Bureau of Outdoor Recreation; 177
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration; 349
U.S. Dept. of Justice; 266, 280, 364, 453, 465, 745, 841
U.S. Dept. of Labor; 114, 349, 557, 731, 736, 826, 833, 921, 927
U.S. Dept. of State; 277
U.S. Dept. of Transportation; 736
U.S. Forest Service; 53, 348, 444, 564, 779, 833
U.S. National Bank of Oregon; 255, 264, 279, 345, 365, 561, 581, 741, 840, 843, 925, 937
U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office; 731, 922
U.S. Naval Station, Sangley Point; 279
U.S. Navy Dept. ; 114
U.S. Navy Purchasing Office; 922
U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity; 266, 566, 736, 832, 927
U.S. Office of Education; 114, 399, 664, 780, 784, 807, 922
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 117, 258, 445, 557, 731, 921
U.S. Public Health Service; 8, 49, 114, 117, 119, 122, 258, 267, 269, 274, 349, 354, 360, 361, 364,

445, 453, 461, 510, 558, 566, 572, 654, 658, 703, 731, 737, 739, 741, 788, 818, 826, 833, 838,
922, 927, 930, 932

U.S. Steel Foundation; 835
U.S. Treasury Dept. ; 936
University of California; 114
University of Chicago; 124
University of Michigan; 355
University of Nebraska; 448

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administrative Services Bldg. ; 699, 704, 868, 883
Allen Hall Alteration & University Press; 711
Architecture & Allied Arts, Phase II; 711
Architecture Bldg. & equipment restoration; 705, 884
Art Museum Addition; 71
Associated Students suit, incidental fees; 540
Autzen Stadium improvements; 425
Autzen Stadium, pedestrian bridge across Willamette River to; 393, 507
Behavioral Science; 165, 389, 807
Behavioral Science Add. ; 711
Biological Sciences & Physical Sciences Add., Phase II; 711
Bio-Social Colony; 782, 860, 861, 940
Bio-Social Colony, curricular aspects; 860, 940
Bridge, pedestrian, to Autzen Stadium; 393, 507
Budget, annual, 1970-71; 239
Campbell, Prince Lucien, Hall, bombing; 806, 818
Campus boundaries expanded; 193
Campus planning consultants; 874
Campus Cooling Phase II; 786
Campus Cooling Phase III; 389
Campus Cooling Phase IV; 711, 715
Chapman Hall addition; 711
Classroom, Office, Teaching Center for Behavioral Sciences; 389, 425, 881, 883
Coca Cola (Foster) property; 866
College of Business Administration Bldg. ; 711
Computer Center Add. ; 196, 314, 509, 711
Computer Science, BA/BS, MA/MS degree; 385, 409
Continuation Center; 711
Curricular changes, 1970-71; 385, 496
Development Fund; 116, 450
Education, College of, Bldg. ; 389, 426, 881
Education Complex; 165, 807
Emerald Hall alterations; 388
English composition requirement reduced; 496, 593
Erb Memorial Union Addition; 869
Eugene Sand & Gravel Co. property; 866
Field House; 712, 715
Fitts property purchase; 508
Foreign students organization; 235
Fuel Conveyor; 425
Gifts; 116, 262, 351, 448, 561, 734, 828, 923
Handball & Tennis Courts; 189, 782, 878
Heating & Electrical Improvements:

Cooling, Phase V; 711, 715

Heating & Electrical Service Expansion; 711, 715
Johnson Hall bombing; 847
Jones property purchase; 388
Land use for educational, general use/auxiliary enterprise use; 867
Law & Legal Center; 784
Library gifts; 441
Living & Learning Center; 711, 715
Living-in policy; 160
Marine Biology Facilities; 705, 707, 882, 884
Marine Biology Housing, Phase II; 715
Marine Biology Laboratory Add. ; 711
Married Student Housing; 708, 715
Married student housing policy; 538
Men's Physical Education Add. ; 711
Men's Physical Education Bldg. restoration; 508, 649, 877
Millrace Restaurant easement & right-of-way; 876
Museum of Natural History; 711
OSU, subcontractor with; 736
Parking Facilities: North Campus; 708
Parking Facilities: North Campus, Phase II; 715
Parking Facilities: North Campus, Phase III; 715
Parking regulations; 616, 625
Patent rights assignment, Klemm, Johnson, White; 880
Patents; 895
Pedestrian overpass, Millrace & Franklin Blvd. ; 311
Personnel adjustments; 110, 251, 344, 440, 548, 724, 821, 917
Physical & Biological Science Add. ; 711
Physical & Biological Science Add., Phase II; 711
Physical & Biological Sciences: Restoration & Completion; 704, 705, 883
Physical & Biological Sciences: Science III Expansion; 884
Physical Education Bldg. fire damage; 193
Physical Education: Turf Fields & Tennis Courts; 711, 715
Physical Plant Boiler Improvements; 708, 884
Physical Plant Fuel Handling Improvements; 711, 715
Physical Plant Utility Improvements; 704, 707, 881, 883
Pine Mountain Observatory Add. ; 711
Portland State University subgrant; 832
Potter-Lindstrom property; 193, 508
Randle property purchase; 316
Recreational facilities; 189, 423, 426, 782, 878
Rededication of Foster-Silva & Eugene Sand & Gravel prop. ; 865, 867
Rehabilitation of Hendricks & Susan Campbell Halls; 711
School of Librarianship; 711
School of Music Bldg., Phase I; 711
School of Music, Phase II; 711
Science Bldg., 2nd Add., alterations for organic chemistry & molecular biology spaces; 875
Science Bldg., 3rd Add. ; 196, 651, 883
Science Library Add. ; 711
Science III Residual, expansion; 704, 705
Silva property; 865
Speech, Drama & Broadcast Service Bldg. ; 711
Speech & Drama, Phase II; 711
State Assoc. of UO Women trust agreement; 116
Sevenson Track of Hayward Field; 876
Student Union Annex; 715
Student Union Satellite; 707
Susan Campbell & Hendricks Halls, Rehabilitation; 711
Swimming pool add. ; 711, 715
Tennis & handball courts; 189, 782, 878
Tennis court replacement; 881
Undergraduate Library; 711
University Press & Allen Hall alterations; 711
Utility extensions; 310, 425, 881
Utility study; 197, 647
Utility Tunnel Extension; 311, 423, 648, 807, 883
Veterans' Dormitories, demolishing of; 874
Veterinarian Gordon C. York concern re pedestrian overpass near his property; 311
Wainer, Irving, appeal re termination of service; 621
Wengert property purchase; 389
Women's Physical Education Bldg. Add. & Alterations; 90

University of Southern California; 125
University of Washington; 446, 733, 842
Univis, Inc. ; 273
Unrest at State System Institutions-A Progress Report; 414
Unthank, Seder, Poticha, Architects; 189, 782
Upjohn Company; 461, 575
Urban League of Portland; 255
Utah State Board of Education; 835

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Vail, Ronald, Scholarship Fund; 362
Vancouver Plywood; 830, 925
Vassar College; 255
Velsicol Chemical Corp. ; 448
Ventura College Financial Aids; 937
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 121
Vik Construction Co. ; 489, 504, 776

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Wagner High School Scholarship Award; 561
Wah Chang Albany; 580
Waldorf-Astor Scholarship Fund; 278
Walker Scott Company; 551
Wallowa High School Alumni Assoc. ; 843
Ward Farms, Inc. ; 261
Ward, William B., Scholarship Fund; 275
Wasco, Hood River & Sherman Counties Legal Secretaries Assoc. ; 551
Washington Assoc. of Retarded Children, Inc. ; 576
Washington Certified Strawberry Plant Growers, Inc. ; 561
Washington-Ore. Prune Marketing Committee; 828
Washington State Fruit Commission; 261
Webb vs. State of Ore. ; 815
West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau; 923
West Tualatin View Teacher Group; 580
West Union Community Club; 255
Western Conference of Teamsters; 825, 830
Western Institute of Drug Problems; 582
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education:

Automatic data processing study; 399
Budget, 1970-71; 239
Grant; 744

Western Mechanical, Inc. ; 292, 795
Western Oregon Onion Growers; 351
Western Road & Reel Club, Inc. ; 345
Western Wood Products Assoc. ; 923
Westinghouse Broadcasting Co. ; 408
Westinghouse Electric Corp. ; 259
Weyerhaeuser Company; 579, 843
Willamette Air Pollution Authority; 559
Willamette Chemical Company; 576
Willamette Industries, Inc. ; 264, 830
Willamette Management Associates; 124
Willis-Cole Travel Agency, Inc. ; 197
Willis Mechanical Contractor, Inc. ; 786
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank; 784
Wolff-Zimmer-Gunsul-Frasca-Ritter, Architects; 664, 868
Women's Advertising Club of Portland; 364
Women's Society of Christian Service, Oregon Conference; 275, 576
Woodburn Jaycees; 264
Woodburn Kiwanis Club; 253
Woodburn Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 125
Woodburn School District #103C; 748, 845
Woodbury Endowment Memorial Scholarship Fund; 264
Woolley Logging Company; 264, 450, 464, 937
Wy'East Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 843
Wyoming State Dept. of Education; 567

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Xi Beta Sigma #2662; 464

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Yakima Tribal Scholarship; 123, 462
Yale-in-China Assoc., Inc. ; 264, 450
Yamhill-Carlton High School Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 255, 278, 464
Yamhill County Board of Commissioners; 744
Yoncalla Lions Club; 843
Yoncalla Parent Teacher Assoc. ; 843
Young, Arthur, Company; 255

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Zaik & Miller, Architects; 255, 782, 861
Zinda, A.J., Company; 307














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