OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1974






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ABC Electric Corporation; 251
AMAX Pacific Aluminum Corporation; 98
A & R Lumber Sales Inc. ; 113
Abajian Bldg. Wrecking Company; 372
Abbott Laboratories Fund; 251, 847
Acacia Lodge #118 A.F. & A.M., Ontario; 867
Academic Salaries, 1974-75; 237, 267, 453
Academic Salaries, 1975-1977; 808
Ad Hoc Advisory Committee on Historical Bldgs.; 334
Adams Foundation; 257
Administrative Rules:

Graduate teaching & Graduate research fellows registration for classwork; 192
Indirect Cost Charges of Endowment Accounts; 23
Invention & Patent Rights; 193
Investigation of Charges; 785
Quorum for Board business; 196
Residence Classification; 195, 784
Revision Part VI, Fiscal & Administrative Services; 22
Sabbatical leave, Section 41.200; 205, 265
Standing Committees, Board; 44, 204, 264
UO Health Sciences Center regulations re-governing of; 786

Admissions Requirements; 90, 677
Advisory Committee on Educational & Public Broadcasting; 58
Aerojet Nuclear Co. Scholarship Fund; 847
Affiliated Organizations, Annual Report; 572
Agri-Business Council of Oregon; 101
Agricultural Development Council, Inc.; 242
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 707
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Marketing Research Institute; 582
Agricultural Research Foundation; 101, 242, 394, 582, 707, 847
Aid Association for Lutherans; 841,847
Aid to Dependent Children Scholarship; 841
Albany International Industries, Inc. ; 251
Albany Parent-Teacher Association; 699
Albany Union High School; 115
Albina Page Fund; 115, 246, 254, 258
Albright Memorial Scholarship; 699
Alcoa Foundation; 111, 699, 721
Allstate Foundation; 109, 251
Allyn Foundation, Inc.; 105, 847
Aloha Park Parent-Teacher Association; 254, 721
Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship; 113, 841, 847
Alsea High School; 391
Alton, Mary, Memorial; 260
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons; 105
American Academy of Pediatrics, Oregon Chapter; 251
American Association of Dental Schools; 269
American Association of University Professors, Oregon Federation; 237
American Association of University Women; 103, 117, 495, 535, 847, 867
American Baptist Student Aid Program; 848
American Baptist Women of Oregon #156; 841
American Bar Association; 512, 514
American Business Womens Assoc.; 103, 115, 396, 709, 868
American Cancer Society, Inc.; 242, 396, 716
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division, Inc.; 98, 400, 716
American Chemical Society; 842
American college of Dentists; 269
American College of Surgeons; 251
American Cyanamid Company; 394
American Heritage Association; 597
American Hoechst Corporation: 582
American Home Economics Association; 701
American Institute of Architects; 848
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; 254
American Institute of Planning; 291
American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc.; 722
American Legion; 113
American Legion Auxiliary; 72, 103, 115, 117, 699, 841, 856, 862
American Metal Climax Found, Inc.; 396
American Pharmaceutical Association; 586, 710
American Professional Practice Assoc.; 592, 856
American Psychological Association, Inc.; 851
American Samoa, Government of; 726
American Society of Women Accountants; 862
American Steel, Inc.; 597
American Veterinary Medical Association; 318
Amity School District 4J; 601
Amoco Production Foundation; 97
Amundson Associates, The; 86, 370, 371, 564
Anchorage Borough Education Association; 241
Anchorage Borough School District; 256
Andersen, Arthur/Jr. Achievement Scholar; 709
Andersons Delicatessen; 726
Anderson Union High Scholarship; 868
Andrew, Aileen S., Foundation; 97, 241, 391, 841
Animal Welfare Act of 1970; 687
Anonymous Donors; 111, 862
Appaloosa Youth Foundation; 867
Appendix; 412, 877
Architects Etceteras; 272, 688, 824
Arizona Sawyers Scholarship Fund; 700
Ashland Community Hospital; 505
Ashland Community Hospital Auxiliary; 405
Ashland Elkettes; 115
Ashland Elks Lodge #944; 116
Ashland First Presbyterian Church; 406
Ashland Lions Club; 406
Ashland Senior High School; 97, 241
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 116, 258
Association of Governing Boards; 271
Association of Unity Churches; 254
Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.; 117, 258
Astoria Business & Professional Womens Club; 241
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 103
Astoria High School Associated Student Body; 113
Astoria Regatta Association; 103, 241
Atkinson Foundation; 254
Atkinson, Myrtle L., Foundation; 103, 848
Attorney Generals Opinion use Article XI-F(1) bonds for Dept. of Environmental Quality

space in PSU Sciences II; 654

Aurora Womens Club; 113
Autzen Foundation; 699, 721
Ayers, Nyles C., Scholarship Program; 242, 576

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Babb, Bert G., Scholarship; 699
Babcock Industries; 394
Baker County School District 30J; 396, 406
Baker Elks Lodge #338; 97, 117, 254
Baker Kiwanis Club; 117, 254
Baker Soroptimist Club; 406
Baker, William Lee, Memorial; 260
Bakery & Confectionery Workers Union of America; 103, 848
Balzhiser, Longwood, Smith, Paul & Anderson, Architects; 16, 272, 667, 686
BancNorthwest, First National Bank of Boston, & Associates; 126, 127
Bandon Community Scholarship Fund; 97, 260, 576, 603
Bandon Lions Club; 576
Bank of America N.T. & S.A., First Boston Corp. & Associates; 123, 127
Bank of California, N.A.; 726
Bank of California, N.A., Smith, Barney & Co., & Associates; 123, 127
Bankers Trust Co. of Chicago, the Fidelity Bank; 123, 126
Banks High School Mom & Dads Club; 97, 391, 403
Baptist Life Association; 113
Bartholomew, Kate L., Intern Award; 699
Bartholomew, Lyle P., Scholarship & Loan Fund Award; 848
Bartlett, C. J., Scholarship; 699
Baseball, Office of Commissioner; 103, 115, 258, 405
BASF Wyandotte Corporation; 582
Bate Plywood Scholarship; 848
Bates College; 254
Beam, Jim, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 103
Beane, Walter H. & Beatrice, Trust Fund; 97, 115, 848
Beaverton Educational Secretarial Association; 699
Beaverton Lodge #100, A.F. & A.M.; 97, 241, 576, 862
Beech, Agnes, Scholarship Fund; 699
Bekins Scholarship Foundation; 113
Bend Public Schools; 98
Beneficial Foundation, Inc.; 246, 848
Benson, Stanley J. Memorial Scholar. Fund; 117
Benton County Medical Society; 699
Berkeley Unified School District; 397, 586
Beta Sigma Phi; 103, 592
Bethel Education Association; 258
Bicycle regulations; 782, 830
Bjurman, George D., & Associates; 789
Blitz-Weinhard Foundation; 254, 862
Bloodworth, Hawes, Peterson & Associates, Architects; 47, 232
Blue Mountain Lanes; 117
Blum-Kovler Foundation; 246, 709
Board Committee on Academic Affairs; 238, 569
Board Committee on Finance, Administration, & Physical Plant; 828
Board Committee on Instruction, Research, & Public Service Programs; 836
Board meeting by conference telephone; 655
Board Meetings (Adjourned Session):

February 26, 1974; 123
April 24, 1974; 264
June 26, 1974; 440
August 28, 1974; 620

Board Meetings (Regular):

January 22, 1974; 1
March 26, 1974; 170
May 21, 1974; 268
July 23, 1974; 486
September 24, 1974; 657
November 26, 1974; 766

Board Standing Committees; 45, 440
Boards Emergency Reserve; 209
Boards Plant Rehabilitation Reserve; 94, 239, 389, 574
Boards Reserves; 342, 343, 448
Boards Unallocated & Plant Rehabilitation Reserves; 94, 239, 389, 574, 697, 839
Boeing Company; 841
Boeing Company, Boardman Development; 394
Boise Cascade Corporation; 103, 113, 115, 117, 254, 396, 600, 699, 848, 867, 868
Bonds, Article XI-F(1), use of for environmental quality facilities; 654
Bonds, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Facilities Series 1974C, XI-F(1), $2,000,000; 78, 126
Bonneville Power Administration; 597
Boswell, James G., Foundation; 117, 867
Bosworth, Ralph L., Scholarship; 251, 400
Boy Scouts of America; 254
Boys Tri-Ship Club; 103
Britt Memorial Scholarship; 103, 115, 841
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 97, 116, 841, 848
Brookings Emblem Club; 396
Brookings Rotary Club; 114, 856
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 601, 700
Broome, Selig & Orindulph & Partners; 233
Brown, E. C., Foundation; 113
Brown M., & Sons, Inc.; 582
Brownson, Ralph A., Memorial Fund; 118, 868
Budget, Annual, 1973-74, Functional Transfers; 64
Budget, Annual, 1974-75, budget preparation; 59
Budget, Annual, 1974-75, operating budget; 339, 443
Budget balances 6/30/74 to be carried forward; 226
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977, Base Budget; 344, 454, 621
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977, Guidelines; 65, 828
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977, Program Improvement requests; 357, 621, 797
Bufton, Stephen, Memorial Educational Fund; 600
Bumble Bee Seafoods; 841
Bunker Hill Parent-Teacher Association; 97
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 103, 241, 867
Business & Professional Womens Found.; 103, 586, 848

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California Labor Federation AFL-CIO Marine Cooks & Stewards Union; 97
California-Pacific Utilities Co.; 115, 117, 260, 867
Camp, Barbara & Jean, Scholarship Fund; 103
Canby Kiwanis Club; 117, 848
Canby School District #86; 601
Capital Construction requests 1973-1975; 51, 55, 544
Capital Construction requests 1975-1977; 370, 412, 539
Capital Construction requests 1977-1979 & 1979-1981; 553
Capital Consultants, Inc.; 787
Carlton Rose Nurseries; 394
Carlton-Yamhill Lions Club; 115
Carnation Company; 118, 407, 576
Carnegie-Mellon University; 851
Carroll, Clyde & Rose, Scholarship Fund; 848
Carpenter Foundation; 113,115, 117, 118, 246, 251, 258, 260, 391, 396, 400, 403, 405, 406, 407, 576, 600,

848, 856, 862, 868

Cascade Boosters Club; 848
Catholic Order of Foresters; 241
Centennial Lions Club; 114
Central Lincoln Peoples Utility District; 391, 841
Central Maui Hawaiian Civic Club; 841
Central Point Rotary Foundation; 603, 850
Central Point School District #6; 241, 391
Central Point School District #6 Associated Teachers; 241, 576
Central School District 13J; 261
Centralized Activities:

Budget, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Gifts; 408
Office Personnel Admin.; 239
Vice Chancellor for Personnel Administration; 73

Champoeg Lodge #27; 868
Chancellors Report; 2, 171, 269, 487, 658, 767
Chancellors residence & garage painting; 239
Chapman, Ralph, Memorial; 699
Charges, Investigation of; 785
Chase Company Mechanical Contractors; 85
Chevrolet Motor Division, General Motors Corp.; 103, 848
Chevron Chemical Company; 102, 583, 847
Chi Omega Alumnae; 717
Chi Omega Junior Alumnae; 252
Chi Psi Educational Trust; 246
Child Development Associate Consortium; 604
Cibis, Paul A. & Lisa M., Charitable Trust; 592
Cities Services Company;583
Civitan International Scholarship; 848
Clark Air Base Parent-Teacher Association; 97
Clark, Katherine, Scholarship Award; 722
Clatskanie High School; 103, 396
Clatskanie Peoples Utility District; 391
Clayton Fund; 841
Clemens Foundation; 241, 856
Cleveland High School; 254, 597
Cockerline memorial Trust Fund; 113, 241, 391, 396, 586, 592, 699, 716, 848, 867
Colburn & Sheldon, Architects; 825
Cole, Clark & Cunningham, Inc.; 841
Collective bargaining, Executive Committee to handle; 204, 264
College Entrance Examination Board; 246, 254, 396, 403, 407, 848
College Inns of America, Inc.; 768
College Womens Club of Rogue River Valley; 115
Collins Foundation; 105, 592, 722
Colonial Dames of America; 117
Colorado State University; 314, 319
Columbia County Administrative School District #13; 867
Columbia Power Cooperative Assoc.; 117, 259, 406
Columbia Research Institute; 89
Columbia University; 103, 246, 848
Colville Confederate Tribes; 254
Combustion Power Company, Inc.; 791
Commercial Solvents Corporation; 583
Commonwealth of Massachusetts; 103
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; 103
Community colleges, coordination with; 835
Computer Network Plan; 82
Computer Policy Council; 82
Computer Services; 358, 477, 621
Condon Elks Lodge #1869; 97, 113
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 118, 403
Confederate Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 113, 115, 117
Coniferous Forest Biome; 105
Connecticut State Scholarship Program; 396
Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society; 254
Consolidate Freightways, Inc.; 841
Consumer Product Safety Commission; 109, 400, 857
Consumers Power; 707
Continental Forest Products; 848
Contractors, Inc.; 234
Coos Bay-Bandon Community Scholarship Fund; 391
Coos Bay Education Association; 117
Coos Bay Zonta Club; 567
Coos County Commissioners; 394, 707
Copenhagen, Inc.; 567
Corbette Pharmacy; 699
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield/Hill; 46, 373, 441, 567, 791
Cornell University; 241, 391, 576
Corporation for Public Broadcasting; 408, 586, 604, 728, 795
Corvallis, City of , deed 3.6 acres South Farm, OSU, to; 666
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 241, 699
Corvallis High School Parent-Teacher Assoc.; 97, 113
Corvallis Panhellenic Association; 392, 842
Corvallis Parent-Teacher Assoc. Calendar Fund; 842
Corvallis Womens Club; 699
Cottage Grove High School Student Body; 103, 115, 241, 246, 867
Council for Tobacco Research USA, Inc.; 400
Council of Librarians; 358
Council on Economic Education; 358, 479
Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility, Inc.; 397
Council on Legal Education Opportunity; 848
Covert Scholarship; 699
Crahane, Joe M., Memorial Scholarship; 116
Crater High School; 258, 406, 576
Crater Lions Scholarship; 116
Credit Guadeloupeen Society Anonyme; 254
Creston School Parent-Teacher Association; 254
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 97, 115, 118, 699, 848
Crow-Applegate Parent-Teacher Association; 576
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 103, 113, 586, 841, 848
Cummins Engine Foundation Scholarship; 848, 862
Cummins Oregon Diesel, Inc.; 254, 869
Curricular Adjustments; 4, 173, 278, 288, 309, 488, 500, 797
Curry County; 394
Custodial workers, back wages to; 805

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DN&L Associates, Inc.; 116, 406
Dallas High School; 600
Damon Corporation; 109
Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mandenhall/Hilton, Architects; 568, 659
Darnell, Roy, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 113
Data processing network; 70
Daughters of American Revolution; 117, 251, 259, 400, 406, 700, 856
Davis, Dan, Fund; 111, 722, 863
Davis, Walter E. & Edith M., Fund; 841
Dawes, Marsha & Melissa, Scholarship; 699
Dawson, Mae, Scholarship; 116
Dayton School District #8; 601
Deacons Scholarship Fund; 396
Deafness Research Foundation; 109
Defense Civil Preparedness Agency; 119, 260
DeGree Construction Company; 367
Degree lists, institutional; 239, 332, 675, 811
Degree of Honor Protective Association; 97
Del Monte Corporation; 841
Del Norte Scholarship Foundation; 116, 258
Delta Gamma; 103
Delta Kappa Gamma; 103, 113, 116, 117, 259, 406, 600, 602
Demaray, Lulu M., Trust Scholarship; 699
Den-Tal-Eze Manufacturing Company; 686

DENTAL SCHOOL:

Academic Affairs, Associate Dean for; 479
Basement & ground floor alterations; 555
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-77; 627
Bldg., reroofing portion of; 389
Bldgs. Remodel; 52, 55, 544
Clinical Equipment Replacement & Alteration; 52, 55, 190, 198, 372, 440, 544, 685
Dental Clinics budget; 342, 343, 446, 448, 627, 638, 632
Dental Clinics fees, increase in; 812
Gifts; 109, 250, 399, 595, 715, 855
Graduate Endodontics; 358, 476
Ground floor & Basement alteration; 382, 417, 555
Library; 479
Oregon Foundation for Dental Research & Development; 573
Parking Changes, Regulations; 760
Periodontology staff; 479
Preclinical Technique Laboratories Alterations; 382, 416
Second floor alterations; 555
Sixth floor alteration; 555
Unsafe conditions correction; 53, 188, 198

Dermatology Foundation; 252
DeWuhs-Keckritz Educational Trust Fund; 117
Diablo Systems; 407
Diamond Shamrock Corporation; 583
Distributive Education Clubs of America, Inc.; 241, 254, 391, 403
Division of Continuing Education:

Budget; 342, 343, 446, 448, 627, 628, 632
Coordinating Agency for off-campus courses; 532
Degree courses in non-urban areas; 358,479
Gifts; 119, 260, 407, 604
Personnel Adjustments; 874
Policy decisions; 238
Role & function; 534

Dobie Childrens Fund; 699
Doernbecher Hospital Guild; 857
Domestic workers, back wages to; 805
Doty, Mabel, Scholarship; 867
Douglas, David, Public Schools; 403, 597
Douglas, Karl John, Scholarship Fund; 103, 396
Douglas Medical Foundation Education Scholar.; 699
Dow Chemical Company; 102, 394, 699, 707
Drain Plywood Company; 113, 600
Duke-Lab Foundation, Inc.; 109
Duke University; 701
du Pont, E. I., de Nemours & Co.; 394, 699, 851

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East Portland Rotary Club; 722

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Ackerman school safety corrections; 423
Administration Bldg. safety corrections; 423
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977; 460
Bldgs. Of Historic interests; 338
Classroom Bldg.; 230
Coliseum safety corrections; 423
Community Service (AS) degree in; 175
Curricular changes; 173
Eastern Oregon Regional Development Institute; 218, 646
Foundation; 117, 573
Foundation Memorial to Rhoda Davidson; 259
Gifts; 117, 259, 406, 602, 727, 867
In-service workshops; 208
Library addition; 553
Library Bldg. cooling system; 574, 839
Library safety corrections; 423
Music, BA/BS in ; 173, 238
Parking charges, regulations; 737
Personnel Adjustments; 873
Physical education, Certificate in; 508, 570
Physical Plant Bldg. & Related Relocations & Tennis Courts; 553
Presidential Salary Costs; 176, 239
Presidents house repair; 574
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 380, 412, 549
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 553
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 553
Science safety corrections; 423
Warehouse-shop safety corrections; 423

Eberhart, Fern, Scholarship; 98
Education Office Bldg., Salem; 55
Educational Coordinating Council; 105, 270, 397, 487, 559, 576, 598, 603, 688, 715, 717, 842
Educational Testing Services; 103, 246, 848
Election of Board Officers; 607
Electric Club of Oregon; 391
Electric Power Research Institute; 701
Elks National Foundation; 97, 104, 116, 255, 259, 406, 848
Elmira High School; 848
Employee Scholarship Fund; 841
Endowment & private fund raising; 834
Endowment Council, review of; 264
Energy Conservation Report; 2, 171, 220, 675
Engineering & Design Associates; 18, 565, 824
Englund, Eric, Memorial Trust; 699
Enrollment Ceilings; 22, 209
Enrollment projections; 209, 348, 450, 456
Enrollment trends; 209
Enterprise Elks Lodge #1829; 116, 117
Enterprise Lions Club; 97,867
Environmental Protection Agency; 98
Epsilon Sigma Alpha; 867
Equipment replace., all institutions; 827, 828
Estrem Foundation, The; 586
Eugene, City of ; 247, 851
Eugene Elks Lodge #357; 848
Eugene Public Schools; 108
Eugene Symphony Association; 104, 396, 586
Evans Products, Inc.; 255, 598, 841
Evans Scholars Foundation; 104, 246, 396, 586, 699, 709, 848
Executive Committee to handle collective bargaining, personnel matters; 204, 264
Executive Session of Board; 48, 220, 608, 654,
Exxon Nuclear Company; 701

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FMC Corporation; 707
FORE; 36, 50, 90, 484, 777, 827, 834
Faculty Childrens Scholarship; 709
Faculty Staffing Plans; 269, 691, 834
Fairbanks North Star Borough School District; 256
Fairfield Scholarship Fund; 104, 848
Federal Cooperative Extension (see OSU)
Federal Highway Administration; 863
Federal Republic of Germany; 405
Fee schedule, 1974-75; 23, 222, 226, 384
Feed Service, Inc.; 102
Field Burning Committee; 583
Field Seed Institute of North American; 583
Fine Arts Engravers; 862
First Baptist Church, Yakima; 109
First Federal Savings & Loan Association; 868
First Marine Division Association, Inc.; 104
First National Bank of Chicago, Lehman Brothers, Drexel Burrham & Company, Inc.; 124, 127
First National Bank of Oregon, Harris Trust & Savings Bank, Northern Trust Company & Associates; 125, 128
First National Bank of Oregon, Portland; 97, 598, 699, 787, 841
First National City Bank, Weeden & Company, Inc.; 124, 127
First Presbyterian Church, Ashland; 116
First Presbyterian Church's Deacons Fund, Portland; 104, 241, 246, 255, 576, 597
First Security Bank Of Idaho; 246
Fisher, Paula, Scholarship; 116, 246, 396, 856
Fleischman, Max C., Foundation; 97, 104, 241, 391, 396, 400, 848, 856
Fletcher Scholarship; 862
Florida State University System of; 307
Fongs Tea House; 259
Ford Foundation; 710, 851
Foreign Study Program Guidelines; 49, 89
Forest Grove High School; 699
Forest Grove Lions Club; 867
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 274
Forest Research Laboratory Advisory Committee; 805, 889
Forest Sherman High School; 246
Fort Dodge Laboratories; 583
Foundation for Oregon Research & Education; 36, 50, 90, 484, 777, 827, 834
Foundry Educational Foundation; 58, 232, 458, 700,
4B Farms, Inc.; 707
Franklin, Benjamin, Savings & Loan Assoc.; 260, 709,
Franklin College; 722
Franklin High School Association; 104
Fraternal Order of Eagle Memorial Found. Fund; 104
Fraternal Order of Eagle, Oregon State Aerie; 241
French Government; 105
Frontier, Inc.; 577
Fuitens Plumbing & Heating Company; 230, 686
Full-time equivalent students as budget base; 388
Fullman Mechanical Contractors; 689
Functional Transfers; 361
Future Farmers of America Scholarship; 576
Future Teachers of America; 116

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Galli-Curci Foundation, Amelita; 103, 849
Galton, Herbert B., Law Scholarship; 849
General Education Development Test; 677
General Electric Company; 98
General Foods Fund, Inc.; 700
General Motors Corporation; 97, 104
General Telephone Company; 255, 867
Gentry International, Inc.; 394, 583
Georgia-Pacific Foundation; 97, 113, 117, 246, 255, 391, 396, 403, 406, 600, 709, 849, 862, 867]
Gevurtz, Louis, Scholarship Fund; 722
Gifts & Grants; 97, 241, 391, 576, 699, 841
Gifts & Grants, Summary of; 96, 240 ,269, 390, 575, 698, 840
Gilchrist High School; 841
Gilroy Foods, Inc.; 583
Gladstone School District No. 115; 404
Glendale District No. 4 Womens Auxiliary; 400
Glide Education Association; 97
Glide Kiwanis Club; 97, 600
Glide Parent-Teacher Association; 241
Goldman, Sachs & Company; 123
Good Samaritan Hospital; 400, 709, 841
Governors Committee on Employment of the Handicapped; 709, 849
Graduate Schools as independent units ; 835
Grand Assembly Scholarship; 867
Grand Elks Lodge; 104
Grande Ronde Symphony Association; 259, 867
Grange Insurance Association; 116
Grants Pass Public Schools District #7; 391, 406
Great Falls School District; 863
Greater Anchorage Area Borough School District; 241, 391, 576
Green Valley Lumber Company; 709, 849
Greenough, Quentin, Inc.; 823
Gresham Union High School; 117
Grimshaw, Ray, Inc.; 841
Grolier Foundation, Inc.; 722
Guideposts; 255
Gulf Oil Foundation; 700, 847

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Haines Bills Club; 113
Haines-Chilkoot Business & Professional Womens Club; 600
Hamaker, Chet, Scholarship; 407
Hamilton, Marie H., Scholarship Trust; 97, 255
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Trust; 117, 867
Hansen Electric Company; 230
Harding, V. A. Construction Company; 371
Harney County Extension Women Scholarship; 241
Hartford, John A., Foundation, Inc.; 857
Haun, Jon, Scholarship; 867
Health Service fee; 28, 226, 384, 832
Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation; 104, 241, 849
Henley High School; 97, 115, 118
Henley Parents & Patrons; 118
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 117
Hercules, Inc., Scholarship Fund; 104
Hermiston Elks Lodge #1845; 117
Hess, Bart, Building Contractor; 232, 376
Hewlett, Jamison, Atkinson & Luey, Architects; 15, 230, 664
Highline Public Schools; 97, 241, 391
Hill, Harold N., Foundation; 841
Hill, Learning Center; 717
Hill, Louis W. & Maude, Family Foundation; 593
Hillsboro Union High School Boys League Scholarship; 115,841
Hillsboro Union High School Student Body; 97
Hofstra University; 246
Hokies Pizza House; 97, 241, 406
Hollands Scholarship; 700
Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention; 113
Hood River County Jaycees; 104, 241
Hood River Grower Shipper Association; 394
Hood River Valley High School; 117
Hood River Valley Scholarship Fund; 97, 104, 255, 849, 868
Hood Trust Fund; 116
Horn, Bud, Memorial Scholarship; 700
Horticulture Research Institute; 847
Howard Electric Company; 367
Hui-O-Hawaii Club; 407
Hutchinson, Peggyann, Scholarship; 116
Hutton, E. F., & Company; 586
Hyslop, George R., Agricultural Research Fund; 841

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Idaho, State of; 247
Illinois Valley Lions Club; 116
Incidental fees; 28, 226, 384, 772, 831
Indirect costs; 88, 833
Inflation report; 804, 830
Ingalls, Robert C., Scholarship; 700
Institute of Life Insurance; 242
Institute of Paralegal Training; 515
Institutional Degree Lists; 239, 332, 675, 811
Institutional Staff Career Support Program Plans; 795, 802
Inter-university commission on Marine Science; 15
Inter-institutional Fee Committee; 23, 384, 772
Interior Associates Scholarship Fund; 118
International Association for Dental Research; 250
International Business Machines Corporation; 586
International Longshoremens & Warehousemens Union; 841
International Order of Jobs Daughters, Grand Guardian Council of Oregon; 113, 255
International Order of The Kings Daughters & Sons, Inc.; 117
International Thespian Society; 862
Investigation of Charges; 785
Investment in Youth Scholarship; 849
Investment management counsel; 787

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Jackson, Andrew, Parent-Teacher Assoc. & Dads Club; 841
Jackson County Home Extension; 700
Jackson County Intermediate Education District; 119, 670
Jackson Foundation; 97, 116, 117, 841, 867
Jackson Foundation Scholarship Fund; 255, 849, 856, 868
Jackson, Maria C., Foundation; 114
Jackson-White Student Aid Fund; 849
Japan Foundation, The; 586
Jaycee War Memorial Trust Fund; 391
Jefferson High School; 255, 403, 597, 849
Jefferson Lions Club; 97
Jeffries, Howard, Memorial; 700
Jeld-Wen-Wenco, Inc.; 118
Jeppsen-Miller & Tobias, Architects; 661, 822
Jewish Welfare Federation of Portland; 863
John, Helen, Foundation; 104, 116
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 391
Johnson-Seelye Scholarship Fund; 114, 600
Joint Committee for the Humanities; 248, 257, 577, 598, 602, 604, 863
Jones, Dr. Raymond, Scholarship; 104
Josephine County; 583
Josephine County Education Fund; 114, 600
Josephine County Legal Secretaries Assoc.; 75, 116
Juhr & Sons, Oregon Ltd.; 85
Junction City Business & Professional Womens Club; 97, 114, 841
Junction City High School; 117
Junior Achievement-Columbia Empire, Inc.; 255
Juza-Tuttle Scholarship; 246

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KGW-TV-AM-gift of TV mobile unit; 73, 120, 260
KUMA Buckaroo Boosters Scholarship Fund; 114
Kader Distributing Company; 707
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals; 400
Kamehameha Schools; 258, 259, 406, 602, 867
Kamehameha Schools PTA/Alumni Association Scholarship Fund; 116, 117
Kauilani Home for Girls Scholarship; 849
Keck, Mike, Memorial; 700
Kiewit, Peter, Sons Company; 97
Kilworth, William, Scholarship Fund;
King Broadcasting Company; 73
King, Martin Luther Jr., Scholarship Fund; 114, 241, 700
King, William Allen, Scholarship Fund; 104
Kingston Lions Club; 709
Kirtley, Josephine, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 849
Kiwanis-Bennett Memorial Fund; 97
Klamath County; 583
Klamath County Cow Belles; 841
Klamath County Law Library; 514
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Womens Club; 115
Klamath Falls Elks Lodge #1247; 709, 848
Klamath Falls First Federal Savings & Loan Association; 241
Klamath Falls Insurance Women; 603
Klamath Falls Quota Club; 842, 869
Klamath Falls Soroptimist Club; 868
Klamath Falls Union High School GRA Club; 114
Klamath Falls Women of the Moose Scholarship; 869
Klamath Saddle Club; 118
Klock, C. E. & Sons, Construction Company; 230
Knaus, Ursula B., Scholarship; 700
Knights of Columbus; 116, 246, 396
Kodiak Borough Education Association; 97
Kraus, Ezra J., Scholarship; 700
Kress, Samuel H., Foundation; 104
Kroeker, J. Donald & Associates; 371
Kruchek, Keith, Consulting Engineers, Inc.; 88, 187, 197
Kuhn Loeb & Company; 124, 128

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LASPAU, Inc.; 700
L&H Lumber Company; 114
Laboratory Animal Welfare Act; 687
LaCanada Fine Arts Club Scholarship Fund; 849
Ladies Auxiliary to the V.F.W.; 717
LaGrande Elks Lodge #433; 103, 117
LaGrande Lodge #41, A.F. & A.M.; 117
LaGrande Rotary Club; 118
LaGrande Soroptimist Club; 118, 259, 406
Lake County Cow Belles, 241
Lakers Dads Club; 97
Lamb-Weston. Inc.; 394
Land purchases, various; 52, 55, 190, 544, 549, 551, 556
Landers Hall Scholarship Fund; 114
Lane Community College; 184
Lane Council of Governments; 710
Lane County; 247, 851
Lane County Bldg. & Sanitation Division; 394
Lane County Coordinated Child Care Council, Inc.; 851
Langmack Scholarship Award; 849
Lanham Foundation Scholarship; 868
Lease-purchase of facilities or equipment; 50, 93
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 113, 117
Lebanon Zenith Women=s Club; 119, 868
Legislature, 1973 Ways & Means Committee; 14, 51, 71, 188, 208
Legislature, 1974 Special Session; 53, 70
Legislature, 1974 Special Session budget requests; 70, 83
Legislature, 1975:

Bicycles, proposed rules governing use of on SBHE property;783
Forest Research Laboratory Advisory Committee Membership; 805, 889
Restoration fund, changes recommended in law; 827, 893
SOC name change to SOSC; 767

Leman, Wm., Inc.; 583
Leukemia Association of Oregon, Inc.; 109, 400, 716
Li, K. C., Sr., Scholarship; 114, 600
Library services, review of; 843
Lilly Research Laboratories; 601
Lincoln County Foundation; 117
Lincoln County School District; 726
Lincoln High School Scholarship Trust; 709
Lincoln Soil Conservation District; 577
Linfield College; 601
Linkville Kiwanis Club; 407
Linn-Benton Community College; 867
Linn-Benton Intermediate Education District; 863
Linnco Electric Company; 85
Litchman, Arthur P., Memorial Scholarship; 849
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust; 116, 258, 391, 406, 849
Littauer, Lucius N., Foundation; 104
Livermore, Lawrence, Laboratory; 869
Llewllyn Associates; 255
Lloyd Gymnastics; 849
Local Government Relations Division; 397
Longview Rotary Club; 869
Loomis & Kennedy, Inc.; 788
Louisiana Pacific Foundation; 246, 396, 849, 867
Lower Division, upper division & graduate student tuition differential; 24, 215
Loyal Order of Moose; 246
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 825

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MDT Instrument Company; 686
M. W. Prince Hall Grand Lodge F. & A. M. of Oregon, Inc.; 255
MacLaren School for Boys; 722
Madras Product Company; 841
Madras Senior High School; 97, 246, 841, 849, 867
Malheur County Intermediate Education District; 118
Mallinckrodt; 102
Mandatory fee guidelines; 773
Mapleton Lions Club; 114, 241
Marco Dental Products; 686
Mari-Linn Farms, Inc.; 583
Marine Officers Wives Club Scholarship Fund; 849
Marine Science, Inter-university commission on; 15, 54, 374
Marion County Intermediate Education District; 601
Marion-Polk County Medical Society Woman's Auxiliary; 856
Mark Guild for Retarded Children; 255, 597, 722, 849
Mark Morris Deca Scholarship; 246
Marquess & Marquess, Consulting Engineers; 84
Married Student Housing; 56, 158, 571
Marshall Family Charitable Trust; 104, 246, 586
Marshall Islands Legislature; 246
Marshfield Senior High School; 97, 117, 849
Massachusetts, Commonwealth of; 241, 586, 699
Massachusetts Company, Inc.; 391
Massachusetts Fund, The; 576, 700
Matanuska Electric Association, Inc.; 849
Maupin Lions Club; 867
Maxwell Air Force Base Scholarship; 114
McCall, Jim, Memorial; 700
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 400
McKay, K. E., of Coos Bay, Inc.; 97, 104, 116, 391, 396, 849
McKays Markets; 118, 849
McKenzie High School Scholarship Fund; 241
McLoughlin High School; 603
McMinnville Dads Club; 699
McMinnville Lions Club; 241
McMinnville Rotana Club; 97
McMinnville Rotary Club; 114
Mead Johnson; 252
Meadowdale Senior High School; 97
Medford Mail Tribune; 603
Medford Rotary Foundation Scholarship; 116, 119, 246, 260, 396, 407, 849, 850, 869
Medford School District 549C; 119
Medford Senior High School; 97, 116, 255, 406, 576
Medford Zonta Club Scholarship; 116
Medical research Foundation of Oregon; 116, 392, 855

MEDICAL SCHOOL:

Acupuncture Research; 646
Administration Bldg. named "David W. E. Baird Hall" ; 661
Administration Bldg. Remodel. ; 55, 381, 416, 555
Advancement Fund; 573, 861
Berntzen, Allen K., estate of; 252
Bitte, John, estate of; 857
Bitzer, Ann, estate of; 716
Bitzer, Katherine, bequest to; 660, 857
Brachett, Constance M., bequest to; 661, 857
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977; 627
Cancer Center Facilities & Related Alterations; 52, 55, 544
Child Development & Rehabilitation Center safety corrections; 429
Child Psychiatry Day Care Program; 70
Colvin, Nora A., estate of; 276, 717
Community psychiatry; 479
Crippled Childrens Division budget; 342, 343, 446, 448, 621, 627, 628, 632
ENT Library fund; 254
Electrical Systems improvements; 540
Family Practice Clinic; 47, 232
Fire Protection Systems; 53, 88, 188, 197
Friede, George, estate of; 403
Gifts; 109, 251, 400, 592, 716, 856
Hansen, Norvin D., estate of; 593
Heating Plant; 540
Hood, Helen Roy, estate of; 252
Hospital Budget; 627, 628, 631
Hospital fees increased; 276
Hospital safety corrections; 429
Hospital, twelfth floor alterations, Neonatal Intensive Care Center; 187
Indirect costs; 88
Jones, Emma, Hall alterations for Family Practice Clinic; 47, 232, 365, 474, 475
Kirk, Sylvia, bequest to; 811
Labby, Sonia, estate of; 252
Library fire suppression equipment; 429
Mackenzie Hall Remodel; 53, 55, 233, 381, 416, 555
Mackenzie Hall safety corrections; 429
Medical Research Bldg. alterations; 555
Medical Research Bldg. safety corrections; 429
Mulkey, Clara, bequest; 187
Multnomah County Hospital; 72, 201
Neonatal Intensive Care Center; 187
Ophthalmology Clinic Expansion; 52, 55, 365, 474, 475, 544, 568, 659
Outpatient Clinic budget; 628, 631
Outpatient Clinic safety corrections; 429
Parker, Trannie B., estate of; 110
Parking charges, regulations; 760
Parking Structure #2; 232
Personnel Adjustments; 122, 263, 410, 605, 606, 734, 872, 874
Physical Plant Bldg. electrical system adequacy; 429
Physiology Dept. Offices; 53
Renal Transplant; 628
Riggs estate land sale; 275, 442
Rural Medical Practices Act; 628
School of Nursing, continuing education; 528
Schwind, Hazel M., estate of; 593
Service Bridge between Medical Research Bldg. & Basic Science Bldg.; 555
Shelley, Francis B., estate of; 858
Stout, George W., bequest; 48
Student Center O & M Support; 474, 475
Stuessi, Berle C., estate of; 253
Teaching Hospital & Outpatient Clinic budget; 342, 343, 446, 448
Teaching Hospital fire sprinkling system; 55
Troedson, Carl W., bequest; 110
Tuberculosis Hospital fire sprinkling system; 55
University Hospital North alterations for Day Surgery Center; 555
University Hospital North alteration for Dialysis Transplant Center; 555
University Hospital North budget; 72, 342, 343, 446, 448, 627, 628, 632
University Hospital North Dietary Areas alterations; 381, 416, 554
University Hospital North Obstetrics Area alterations; 381, 416, 554
University Hospital North safety correction; 430
Unsafe conditions correction; 53, 188, 197, 198, 373
Utility improvements; 52, 55, 190, 365, 373, 381, 416, 440, 474, 475, 540, ,544, 566
Waller, Earl F., estate of; 661, 861
Water system improvements; 373, 441, 540
Wheeler, Della K., estate of; 403

Meier & Frank Company; 97, 255, 709, 722
Meier & Frank Employees Dependents Scholarship Fund; 104, 246
Meier, Richard E. Foundation, Inc.; 251
Mellinger, Edward Arthur, Educational Foundation, Inc.; 97, 391, 576, 841
Memphis Elks Scholarship; 246, 255
Merck, Sharp & Dohme; 110
Michigan State University; 319
Mid-Columbia Japanese American Citizens League; 255, 841, 849
Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments; 726
Milheim Foundation; 593
Millar, Jessie, Scholarship Fund; 98, 255, 722, 868
Miller, Jessie, Scholarship Fund; 849
Miller-Morton Company; 102, 394, 583, 707
Milne, John & Mary, Scholarship Fund; 391, 576
Milton-Freewater Bank of Commerce; 407
Milton-Freewater Elks Lodge #2146; 241, 600
Milwaukee Elks Lodge #2032; 255, 848
Mink Farmers Research Foundation, Inc.; 583
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Foundation, Inc.; 258, 841, 869
Miss America Pageant Headquarters; 116
Miss Douglas County Scholarship Pageant; 104
Miss Lincoln County Pageant; 114
Miss Portland Scholarship Pageant; 255
Miss Rough Valley Pageant Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; 406
Miss Roseburg Pageant Scholarship; 849
Mitchell Parent-Teacher Association; 118
Mobil Foundation, Inc.; 246
Modern Woodmen of America; 241, 841
Maffett, George M., Scholarship; 841
Molalla High School Parent-Teacher Association; 114
Molalla High School Teachers Association; 98
Monmouth, City of; 119
Monsanto Company; 369
Montgomery Ward & Company; 847
Mooseheart Alumni Association; 700
Morrison, Funatake & Associates, Inc.; 198, 368, 372, 563
Motor Vehicle Report; 172
Motor vehicle, Executive Dept. directive to reduce mileage; 171
Mott, Charles Steward, Foundation; 710
Mt. Scott Motorcycle Club; 857
Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church; 857
Mt. View Hospital Auxiliary; 114, 407
Mountlake Terrace Senior High School; 118
Mu Phi Epsilon; 246, 597, 709, 849
Muhlheims Clarke Electric, Inc.; 565
Multnomah County; 256
Multnomah County Intermediate Education District; 253
Multnomah Hot Rod Council; 869
Multnomah-Washington Manpower Consortium; 701
Myrtle Point High School Scholarship; 119, 869
Myrtle Point Public Schools; 116, 841, 849, 868

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NATIONAL:

Aeronautics & Space Administration; 105, 242, 710, 857
Association of School of Music; 173
Benevolent Association; 722
Cancer Institute; 112, 256
Collegiate Athletic Association; 576
Council of the Paper Industry for Aid & Stream Improvement; 242, 392, 707, 842
Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation; 400
Educational Scholarship Foundation; 255
Electrical Contractors Association; 255
Endowment for the Humanities; 119
Fellowship Fund; 709
Foundation Lane County Chapter March of Dimes; 253
Foundation March of Dimes; 110, 253, 593, 717, 856, 857
Honor Society Scholarship; 849, 868
Institute of Education; 247, 711
Institute of Environmental Health Science; 404
Institute of Health; 105, 687, 716
League for Nursing; 503, 506
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation; 104
Merit Scholarship Corporation; 98
Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration; 99, 107, 242, 701, 842, 851
Park Service; 106, 395
Science Foundation; 99, 105, 106, 242, 247, 256, 258, 392, 397, 401, 405, 577, 586, 593, 598, 601,

602, 702, 711, 722, 726, 843, 851, 858, 863

Science Teachers Association; 841
Secretaries Association; 406
Society Colonial Dames XVII Century; 856
Wheat Institute; 244

Native American Student Association; 700
Naurison, James Z., Scholarship Fund; 849
Neah-Kah-Nie High School Faculty Scholarship Fund; 114, 241, 391, 849
Neighbors of Woodcraft Scholarship Fund; 258
Nelson, Byron, Construction Company; 87
Nelson, Howard, Construction Company; 564
Nelson Research & Development Company; 858
Nero Industries, Inc.; 841
Nevada State Dept. of Education; 727
New Bldg. Operation & Maintenance; 364, 474
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 253, 401
New Jersey Highway Authority; 586
Newberry, Schuette & Associates; 811
Newell, Cart, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 114
Newport Elks Lodge #2105; 396
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 118, 255, 259, 602, 862
Noble, Konrad, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 849
Nonresident students; 787
North Clackamas School District; 255
North Dakota, State of; 588, 723
North Pacific Lumber Company; 598
Northern Wasco Peoples Utility District; 391
Northwest Food Processors Association; 842
Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board; 868
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory; 99
Norwich Pharmacal Company; 253, 858
Nurses; continuing education for; 358, 479, 527, 569

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Oasis Odd Fellow Lodge #41; 600
Oberlin College; 842
Off campus credit courses; 532, 569
Officers, Board, Election of; 607
Oliver, Warren, Company; 563
Omark Industries; 598
Operations Research, Inc.; 852
Ophir Parent-Teacher Organization; 98
Optimal fee guidelines; 774
Order of Eastern Star, Grand Chapter of Oregon; 113, 116, 118, 255, 841, 849, 856, 867
Oregon Advisory Nursery-Crown Gall Committee; 847
Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station; 102
Oregon Agricultural Research & Advisory Council; 674
Oregon Arts Commission; 106, 108, 118, 256, 406, 599, 723, 852
Oregon Association for Health, Physical Education & Recreation; 602
Oregon Association of Broadcasting; 849
Oregon Association of Colored Womens Club; 849
Oregon Association of Conservation Districts; 98
Oregon Badminton Association; 407
Oregon Bank, Chase Manhattan, Bank, N.A. & Associates; 124, 127
Oregon Bar Association; 512
Oregon Cancer Society; 110, 717, 858
Oregon Cattlemens Association; 98
Oregon Chapter N.S.I.D.; 586, 709, 850
Oregon Coastal Conservation & Development Commission; 651

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Auditorium & Related Fine Arts Facilities; 188, 198, 265, 365, 474, 475, 544, 568, 768, 820
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial 1975-1977; 460
Bldg. of historic interest; 337
Development Foundation; 573
Elementary School Gym (raze); 365, 474, 475
Campbell Hall safety corrections; 423
Campus boundaries revised; 308
Classroom, Lab. & Office Bldg. (fine arts); 53, 55
Curricular Adjustments; 299
Gifts; 113, 257, 405, 600, 726, 865
Interdisciplinary Studies, BA/BS degree in; 201, 238
Language Arts-speech & language arts-drama, combined norm programs in; 301, 379
Law Enforcement BA/BS degree disapproved; 301, 378
Library safety corrections; 423
Maaske Hall alterations; 553
Music Annex I Bldg. (raze); 365, 474, 475
Music Annex II Bldg. (raze); 365, 474, 475
Old P.E. Bldg. safety corrections; 423
Physical Plant Addition; 553
Retrenchment Report; 431
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 380, 412, 549
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 553
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 553
Student Center O & M Support; 365, 474, 475
Swindel Hall Bldg. (raze); 365, 474, 475
The Cottage, safety corrections; 423
Todd Hall safety corrections; 423
Unsafe Conditions correction; 53, 188, 198

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers; 116, 118, 241, 255, 259,391, 396, 406, 850, 868
Oregon Council for Womens Equality; 495
Oregon Council for the Blind; 109
Oregon Council on Economic Education; 599
Oregon Educational & Public Broadcasting Service:

Advisory Committee; 58
Application to HEW for color television equipment; 94
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977; 468
Campaign for Excellence; 794
Coastal TV Translators; 382, 418, 475m 550
Color Studio at UO; 556
Eastern Oregon Transmitter Network; 382, 550, 794
Gifts; 73, 260, 407, 604, 728
Instructional enrichment; 479
KGW-TV-AM, gift of TV mobile unit; 73
KTVB, Inc. proposed sale of KTVR channel 13; 794, 877
Relocation Instructional TV in Shattuck Hall, PSU; 53
Statewide FM Microwave Interconnection; 556
Television improvement; 52, 55, 544
TV Mobile Unit Color Modification & Capital TV Translator Network; 382, 418, 475, 549
TV Translator Network; 556

Oregon Educational Media Association; 114, 710, 722
Oregon Essential Oil Growers League; 395, 70
Oregon Extension Homemakers Council; 700
Oregon Federation of Womens Clubs; 98, 396, 842, 850, 862
Oregon Filbert Commission; 708
Oregon Fish Commission; 708
Oregon Grand Guardian Council Scholarship & Education Committee; 850
Oregon Health Facilities Cost Review Commission; 702
Oregon Heart Association; 110, 717, 858
Oregon Historical Society; 332, 600
Oregon Home Economics Association; 98
Oregon Idaho Conference of United Methodist Women; 396, 850

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977; 460, 627
Campus safety corrections; 430
Classroom, Lab. & Office Facilities & Water Chiller; 52, 55, 366, 544
Cornett, fume & dust collection; 430
Development Foundation; 573
Environment Technology, BT degree in; 176, 238
Faculty Wives Club; 221, 407, 603
Gifts; 118, 260 ,407, 603, 868
LaSalle, Suzanne C., estate of; 603
Legal Assistants, Applied Science degree not approved; 512, 571
Library Bldg.; 382, 417, 550
Library Bldg. Remodel.; 558
Owens, Semon, Cornett safety corrections; 430
Owens, Semon, Cornett Snell emergency lighting; 430
Owens, Semon, Snell, Physical Education, Cornett glass size & type; 430
Parking charges, regulations; 739
Parking improvement; 55, 544
Personnel Adjustments; 606, 874
Physical Education & Recreation Improvements (Tennis Courts); 555, 558
Physical Plant safety corrections; 430
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 382, 417, 549
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 555
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 555
Semon Hall Addition & Water Chiller; 365, 474, 475
Student Union Bldg. Remodel; 558
Tech-Mates Book Scholarship; 119
Utility Improvements (Hot Water Return System); 555, 558
Waggoner lots, proposed sale of; 178

Oregon Industrial Education Association; 700
Oregon Investment Council; 788
Oregon Junior Miss Scholarship, Inc.; 104, 114, 116
Oregon Lung Association; 400, 718
Oregon Mathematics Education Council; 110, 120, 248, 587, 599, 601, 602, 702, 711, 723, 728, 843, 852
Oregon Medical Association; 858
Oregon Mental Health Division; 106, 261, 588, 711
Oregon Museum of Science & Industry; 405, 863
Oregon Network board of Associated Special Education Instructional Materials Center; 601
Oregon Nurses Association; 109, 119, 400, 856
Oregon Pathologists Association; 718
Oregon Portland Cement Company; 584
Oregon Potato Commission; 395
Oregon Processed Prune & Plum Growers Comm.; 395
Oregon Safe Employment Act; 53
Oregon School Counseling & Guidance Association; 681
Oregon School Employees Association; 116
Oregon Seed Council; 708
Oregon Shakespearean Festival Association; 116, 406
Oregon Sports Writers & Sportscasters Association; 255
Oregon State Association of Emblem Clubs; 114, 600
Oregon State Board of Education; 99, 120, 244, 256, 259, 398, 487, 579, 587, 702, 711, 723, 726, 844, 864,

868, 869

Oregon State Board of Education, State Board of Higher Education, Educational Coordinating Council,

Joint Meeting; 654

Oregon State Board of Health; 298
Oregon State Board of Nursing; 530
Oregon State Bowling Proprietors Association; 602
Oregon State Commission on the Marine Sciences; 321
Oregon State Dept. of Agriculture; 392
Oregon State Dept. of Environmental Quality; 394
Oregon State Dept. of Geology & Mineral Industries; 100, 864
Oregon State Dept. of Human Resources; 703, 844
Oregon State Dept. of Human Resources, Children=s Services Division; 106
Oregon State Dept. of Human Resources, Corrections Division; 106
Oregon State Dept. of Human Resources, Oregon State Program On Aging; 112, 404, 852, 864
Oregon State Dept. of Transportation, Parks & Recreation Division; 11, 584, 844
Oregon State Economic Development Dept.; 520
Oregon State Elks Association; 104, 114, 116, 253, 255, 259, 842, 850, 862, 868
Oregon State Employees Assoc., Blue Mt. Chapter #94; 98
Oregon State Employees Assoc., Sweet Home Chapter #3; 98, 850
Oregon State Employees Assoc., Tongue Point; 875
Oregon State Employees Assoc., UO; 237
Oregon State Employees Assoc. Visual Aid Program; 858
Oregon State Employment Division; 99, 579, 844
Oregon State Executive Department;99, 723
Oregon State Federation of Garden Club; 700
Oregon State Field Burning committee; 394
Oregon State Game Commission (Oregon State Wildlife Commission); 102, 395, 580, 584, 620, 708, 847
Oregon State Grange; 114
Oregon State Highway Department; 711, 844
Oregon State Library; 723
Oregon State Marine Board; 579
Oregon State Mental Health Division; 852, 869
Oregon State Motor Association; 200
Oregon State of (Atlas of Oregon); 588
Oregon State Office of State Engineer; 844
Oregon State Scholarship commission; 106, 115, 248, 259, 396, 588, 597, 868
Oregon State School for the Deaf; 408, 728

OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Administrative Services safety corrections; 426
Aero-Jet Lab Addition; 365, 474, 475
Agricultural Engineering Research Found.; 573
Agricultural Experiment Stations budget; 342, 343, 446, 448, 621, 627, 628, 630
Agricultural Experiment Stations safety corrections; 424
Agricultural Research Foundation; 573
Agriculture Hall safety corrections; 424
Agriculture Science Bldg.; 553
Agriculture Utility safety corrections; 426
Animal Care Facilities; 16, 52, 55, 272, 544, 667, 686, 822
Animal Isolation Facility budget; 621
Apperson safety corrections; 425
Applied visual arts, BFA degree in; 181, 238
Averill Tract, lease of .076 acres to Oregon State Wildlife Commission; 620
Batchellor Hall Remodeling; 553
Batchellor safety corrections; 426
Benton safety corrections; 425
Bexell safety corrections; 425
Book Stores, Inc.; 98, 700
Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research; 52, 55, 545
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977; 460
Bldgs. of historic interest; 336
Buildings (28) safety corrections; 427
Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, application to for funds; 11
Campus, emergency lighting, fire equipment, etc.; 427
Chemical Engineering safety corrections; 425
Chemistry addition; 380, 412
Ching, John Lind, Memorial Fellowship; 701
Classified Information Resolution U. S. Dept. of Defense; 789
Computer Center material storage & holding; 426
Cooperative houses room rate increase; 274
Cordley safety corrections; 424
Covell safety corrections; 424
Curricular adjustments; 797
Dairy Center Feed Barn; 380, 413, 553
Dames; 700
Dean of Students Emergency Fund; 699
Dearborn Hall Remodel; 52, 55, 271, 544, 687, 823
Dearborn safety corrections; 424
Deeding 3.6 acres South Farm to City of Corvallis; 666
Division of Health & Physical Education; 490
Division of Health & Physical Education name change; 570
Dryden safety corrections; 424
Earth Sciences Bldg. named Wilkinson Hall; 183
Earth Sciences safety corrections; 426
Education safety corrections; 425
Electrical System revision; 18, 380, 412
Energy related research; 358, 479
Engineering Minority Students Program; 699
Enology Research; 674
Entomology M. S. safety corrections; 427
Extension safety corrections; 425
Faculty Womens Club; 700
Fairbanks safety corrections; 425
Farm Crops Bldg. Remodel.; 53, 55, 188, 198, 365, 380, 412, 474, 541, 553
Farm Crops safety corrections; 424
Farriers School safety corrections; 426
Federal Cooperative Extension Service budget; 342, 343, 446, 448, 627, 628, 630, 651
Federal Cooperative Extension Service, committee to study; 658
Federal Cooperative Extension Service Report; 652
Fine Arts Center; 553
Folk Club Scholarship Fund; 700
Forest Research Laboratory; 274
Forest Research Lab. budget; 342, 343, 446, 448, 467, 627, 628, 630, 805
Forestry Minority Scholarship; 699
Foundation; 102, 242, 251, 392, 395, 573, 579, 699
Gifts; 97, 241, 391, 576, 699, 841
Gilbert Hall Renovation; 380, 412, 541, 549
Gilbert Hall safety corrections; 423
Gill Coliseum safety corrections; 425
Gilmore safety corrections; 426
Golf course on Beach Farm; 10
Graf safety corrections; 425
Grape disease research; 674
Grape pest research; 674
Home Economics safety corrections; 424
Home Economics Student Aid; 700
Hotel & Restaurant Management, BS in; 179, 238
Howey property purchase; 822
Hyslop Farm safety corrections; 426
Industrial Laboratory Bldg. fire alarm system; 368
Industrial Laboratory safety corrections; 426
Intramural Recreation; 365, 474, 475
Kent Home Management fire alarm system; 368
Kidder Hall Remodel.; 380, 413, 553
Kidder safety corrections; 425
Langton Hall (Mens Gym) safety corrections; 425
Latin American Studies, BA degree in; 238
Latin American Studies, Certificate in; 488, 570
Lease of .076 acres to Oregon State Wildlife Commission, 620
Li House (Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center Apt. Housing); 664
Library safety corrections; 426
Long-range development; 832
Manufacturing Engineering Technology, baccalaureate degree program discontinued;797
McAlexander Fieldhouse safety corrections; 427
Memorial Union Bldg. Remodel; 557
Memorial Union fire alarm system; 368
Metallurgical Engineering baccalaureate degree program discontinued; 797
Mitchell Playhouse safety corrections; 426
Moreland safety corrections; 426
Mothers Club; 700, 842
Nash safety corrections; 425
Natural History safety corrections; 427
Naval Armory safety corrections; 427
Nuclear Energy Addition & Remodel.; 553
Oak Creek Field Lab. safety corrections; 426
Oceanography Addition; 380, 413, 550
Oceanography I safety corrections; 424
Oceanography II safety corrections; 427
Oregon State Wildlife Commission lease; 620
Parking charges, regulations; 747
Peavy safety corrections; 425
Personnel adjustments; 121, 262, 409, 605, 606, 729, 870
Pharmacy safety corrections; 424
Pharmacy scholarships; 700
Physical Plant safety corrections; 425
Port Orford Property Transferred to Federal Government; 9
Radiation Center safety corrections; 426
Rogers safety corrections; 426
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 380, 412, 549
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 553
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 553
School of Health & Physical Education; 490, 570
Sea Grant College; 346, 462
Seed Testing Laboratory budget; 467
Shepard safety corrections; 425
Smith property purchase; 84
Snell Hall rededicated from Student Housing to Student Union use; 542, 662, 822
Social Science safety corrections; 426
South Farm deeding 3.6 acres to City of Corvallis; 666
Spring Sports Complex (Phase I); 55
Steam Distribution System improvements; 380, 412
Steinmetz, Buena M., Fund; 701
Strickland Scholarships; 701
Student Union Facilities; 55, 380, 413, 551, 661, 822
Swift, Derald D., Scholarship; 701
Swimming Team Scholarship; 701
Synthetic Turf replacement; 369
Temperature controls, older bldgs.; 574
U.S. Dept. Defense Resolution re classified information; 789
UO Medical School subgrant; 706
UO subgrant to; 847
Unsafe conditions correction; 53, 188, 198
Utility improvements; 18, 52, 55, 190, 365, 368, 474, 475, 544, 549, 551, 563, 824
Utility improvements (Campus Fire Alarm System); 563
Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory budget; 621
Veterinary Diagnostic Lab. safety corrections; 427
Veterinary Hospital Clinic Bldg.; 542, 547
Veterinary Medical Education; 91, 272, 310, 378, 476
Visual Arts, BFA degree in; 238
Viticulture Research; 674
Vocational Shops safety corrections; 423
Waldo Hall safety corrections; 424
Weniger safety corrections; 424
Wiegand safety corrections; 424
Wilkinson Hall, Earth Science Bldg. named; 183
Winegrape Research; 674
Withycombe Hall Remodel; 33, 55, 188, 198, 365, 380, 412, 474, 475, 541, 549
Withycombe safety corrections; 424
Womens Bldg. safety corrections; 425
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center budget; 322, 475
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center Housing Unit II; 665
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Library & Lab. Bldg. Addition; 15, 53, 55, 380, 413, 541, 549
Young, D. Palmer, Scholarship; 701

Oregon State Wildlife Commission; 102, 395, 580, 584, 620, 708, 847
Oregon Strawberry Commission; 708
Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group; 708
Oregon Traffic Safety Commission; 407, 579
Oregon Turkey Improvement Association; 700
Oregon Vocational Rehabilitation Division; 405
Oregon Wheat Commission; 102, 847
Oregon Wildlife Cooperative Unit; 708
Owl Foundation; 586

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P.E.O. Sisterhood; 114, 116, 118, 119, 251, 255, 259, 400, 600, 601, 603, 700, 722, 842, 850, 856,

862, 868, 869

Pacific Bulb Growers; 395, 708
Pacific Egg & Poultry Association; 98
Pacific-8 Conference; 700
Pacific Gas Transmission Company; 603, 869
Pacific High School Student Body; 104, 114, 116, 407
Pacific Kenyon Corporation; 102, 395, 708
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company; 404, 853
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 599, 708, 864
Pacific Northwest Regional Commission; 703
Pacific Power & Light Company; 599, 824
Pacific Rim Studies Center; 325, 378
Pacific University; 255, 403, 597
Palau Legislature Scholarship; 601
Parking regulations; 683, 737
Parkrose Senior High School; 114, 850
Patents, Release Board=s interest J. Ronald Miner invention; 19
Patterson Plumbing Company, Inc.; 367
Payne-Settecase-Smith, Architects; 190, 265, 568, 820
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company; 98
Pendleton Elks Lodge #288; 133
Pendleton Rotary Club; 246
Pennsylvania, Commonwealth of; 586
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; 241, 576, 842
Pennwalt Foundation; 246, 850
Personnel; 121, 262, 409, 453, 605, 729, 870
Personnel matters, Executive Committee to handle; 204, 264
Phi Beta Patrons; 104
Phi Kappa Phi; 700
Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity; 98, 700
Philomath Elementary Parent-Teacher Assoc.; 114
Phoenix High Scholarship fund; 242, 255, 391
Phoenix Migrant Opportunity Program; 869
Polk County March of Dimes; 114
Pope & Talbot Inc.; 864
Port Orford Air Force Gap Filler, transfer to U.S. Government; 9
Port Orford Coast Guard Station transfer to U.S. Government; 9
Portland Academy of Medicine; 110
Portland Academy of Pediatrics; 253, 593
Portland, City of; 111, 256, 597, 722, 862
Portland City Panhellenic Association; 850, 862
Portland Development Commission; 200, 820
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 97, 848
Portland Federation of Women=s Organizations; 593
Portland Fire Marshal; 197
Portland General Electric Company; 373, 398, 440, 703
Portland Housing Authority; 691
Portland Public Schools; 112, 119, 255, 256, 404, 599
Portland Rose Festival Association; 246, 255, 396, 850, 862

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration of Justice Field; 91
Applied Science & Engineering La.; 541, 549
Article XI-F(1) bonding for Dept. of Environmental Quality lease Science II space; 298
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977; 460
Bldgs. of historic interest; 337
Campus safety corrections; 430
Center for Economic Education; 208
Corrections for handicapped; 382, 417, 555
Curricular adjustments; 278
Dance, Certificate program; 502, 570
Dept. of Environmental Quality space in Science II; 294, 541, 654
Education Center; 208
Electrical Service Revising small bldgs.; 574
Football, support for; 387
Foundation; 404, 573, 599, 722
Francis Manor fire escapes; 430
Gifts; 111, 254, 403, 597, 721, 862
Graduation requirement in English composition modified; 281, 378
Hershey, Virginia S., estate of; 812
Independent Association of Professors; 237
Land acquisition from Portland Development Commission; 820
Library West Addition; 555
Lincoln Hall Alterations; 377
Medical School Subgrant; 865
Neuberger Hall Alterations; 555
OEPBS Instructional TV relocated Shattuck Hall; 53, 382
Pacific Rim Studies Center; 207, 389
Parking Charges, regulations; 762
Personnel adjustments; 122, 263, 606, 735
Portland Summer Concerts; 257, 405, 726
President, appoint Joseph Blumel; 299
Presidents residence refurbishing; 697
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 382, 417, 549
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 555
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 555
Schroeder, Frieda C., estate of; 113
Science II fume & dust collection; 430
Science II, proposed lease of space in; 294, 541
Sewer revision at west central heating plant; 697
Shattuck Hall Alterations for relocation of OEPBS TV; 382, 417, 555
Smith Memorial Center Remodeling; 376, 607
Student Center O & M Support; 365, 474, 475
Street Lighting; 382, 417, 546, 549
Student Housing; 690, 830
Urban Renewal Project; 200, 820
Urban Studies Center; 208
Urban Studies (MUS) degree in; 281, 378
Utility system Improvements; 52, 53, 55, 188, 198, 365, 375, 474, 475, 544, 550, 551, 689
West Heating Plant Modify Construction; 430
WICHE grants; 257, 865
Womens Faculty Association; 255

Portland Student Services Housing; 691
Portland Summer Concerts Association; 864
Portland Warehouse & Sales Team, Reliance Electric Company; 401
Post-secondary Education in Southern Oregon; 270
Potash Institute of North America; 584
Power Valley High School Student Body; 118
Powers, Albert, Memorial; 700
Preregistration; 91
Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital; 260, 407, 603, 869
Presbytery of the Cascades; 259
Presidents Report; 112, 264, 411, 607, 654, 736, 819
Presser Foundation; 104, 246, 850
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 842
Prineville elks Lodge #1814; 117
Proctor & Gamble Company; 593, 858
Program Improvements; 476, 570, 833
Properties of Historical and/or Architectural Value, Ad Hoc committee; 332
Providence Hospital; 505
Prudential Insurance Company; 768
Public Broadcasting Services;
Public Employee Relations Board; 487, 875
Pudget sound National Bank Scholarship Trust Fund; 104, 700
Pullman, George M., Educational Foundation; 98, 842
Pythian Sisters, Herculen Temple; 260

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Rainbird sprinkler Company; 584
Rainbow Girls Grand Assembly Scholarship Fund; 104, 113, 116
Ralston Purina Company; 59, 842
Ramsay, Dale, Construction Company; 823
Rancho Bernardo Womens Club; 391, 842
Rand McNally; 844
Ruakin, Walsh, Ragen & Roberts, Bond Attorneys; 123, 126
Ravenswood High School; 116, 258
Readers Digest Foundation; 257
Redmond High School; 850
Redwood Scholarship Foundation; 710
Reedsport High Student Body; 576
Refund policy, tuition & fees; 30
Research Corporation; 19, 106, 703, 723
Research Corporation of U. of Hawaii; 244
Research to prevent blindness, Inc.; 718
Residence Classification, student; 195, 784
Residence Hall Operations, 1974-75; 38, 56, 221
Resolution Classified Information U. S. Dept. of Defense Contract, OSU; 789
Resolution Honoring Robert D. Holmes; 488
Resolution Honoring Gary W. Manlove; 818
Resolution Honoring Harry K. Newburn; 676
Resolution Honoring Jean Oglesby; 3
Resolution in Memory of Dr. D. W. E. Baird, Dean Emeritus Medical School; 653
Resolution in Memory of Cheryl S. MacNaughton; 2
Resolution in Memory of Dr. Ralph E. Purvine; 819
Resolution, Port Orford Coast Guard Station & Gap Filler Site, reversion to U. S. Govt. ; 10
Resolution, Sale Mae E. Riggs estate property; 442
Resolution, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Bldg. Bonds, Series 1974C, $2,000,000; 78, 129
Resolution, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Facilities Bonds, Series 1974B, $4,350,000; 74,

125

Restoration Fund; 541, 561, 827
Retail Employees Union College Scholarship Program; 850
Reynolds Memorial Fund; 114
Rhodia, Inc. ; 584, 708
Riddle Parent-Teacher Organization Scholarship Program; 850
Rinehart Foundation, Inc. ; 856
Ritchie Scholarship; 700
Riviera Motors, Inc. ; 599, 842, 858, 862
Rock Chuck Bullet Swage; 869
Rockefeller Foundation; 106, 244, 392, 844, 850
Rogue Community College; 670
Rogue River Lions; 116
Rogue Valley Hoo Hoo Club; 842
Rogue Valley Memorial Hospital; 505
Rogue Valley Physicians Service; 116, 119, 251, 258, 406, 407
Rohm & Haas Company; 700, 708, 842
Roosevelt High School Girls League; 246
Roosevelt High School Student Body; 255
Rose & Breedlove, Inc. ; 232
Rose City Park United Methodist Church Fund; 116
Roseburg Altrusa Club; 115
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 241
Roseburg Rotary Club; 850
Roseburg Senior High School Candy Striper Club; 700
Roseburg Senior High School Language Arts Scholarship Fund; 104
Roseburg Senior High School Liberal Arts Scholarship; 246
Roseburg, Wistar, Scholarship Fund; 842
Rosenthal, Samuel, Scholarship; 242
Ross, Ed & Eda, Scholarship; 116
Royal Esquire Club of Portland; 255
Runyon, Damon-Walter Winchell Cancer fund; 401

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S&H Foundation, Inc. ; 104, 106, 118, 405, 850
Sacramento Nursery Grower, Inc. ; 102
Safety Deficiency Correction Program; 419, 540
Sager Deficiency Correction Program; 419, 540, 549
St. Andrews Society of Oregon; 104, 396, 850
St. Elizabeth Hospital Auxiliary; 400
St. Helens Elks Lodge #1999; 113, 848
St. Helens Lions Club; 255
St. Paul's Episcopal Church; 701
Salaries, 1974-75 Academic; 237, 267, 453
Salaries, 1975-1977, Academic; 808, 830
Salary Comparisons, Faculty; 62
Salem Elks Lodge; 241
Salem Equipment Company; 251
Salem Hospital Auxiliary; 842, 850, 856
Salem Hospital Foundation; 114, 592
Salem Jaycee-ettes; 868
Salem Junior Miss Scholarship Program; 850
Salem Public Schools #24J; 114, 258, 602, 865
Salk Institute; 850
Sandoz-Wander, Inc. ; 584
Sandy, George H., Foundation; 255
Sandy Union High School #2; 98
Santiam Memorial Hospital; 710
Schering Corporation; 253, 401, 718
Schiewe, E. Carl, Contractor; 377
Scott, M. M., Scholarship Committee; 118, 246, 259, 850, 868
Scott Paper Company; 258, 403
Seattle Atlantic Street Center; 404
Seattle First Baptist Church Scholarship; 119
Seattle Model City Fund Scholarship; 246
Secondary School Principals Association; 681
Seneca Nation Education Foundation; 255
Settergren, Gene H., Contractor; 47
Settlemier, Frank W., Scholarship Fund; 700, 722
Shell Companies Foundation; 842
Sheridan High School; 98
Sherman County Scholarship Association; 114, 246, 586, 601
Sherman High School Student Body; 104, 868
Shogakukan; 399
Shropshire Scholarship Grant; 710
Sicular Foundation; 576
Sidney Elks Lodge #1782; 103
Sigma Chi Foundation; 242
Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation; 98, 576
Simmons, Joseph E., Scholarship; 576, 700
Sims Electric, Inc. ; 391
Skelly Oil Company; 700
Ski Education & Research Foundation, Inc. ; 850
Skidmore, Owings & Merril, Architects; 365
Skylane Farms Hatchery, Babcock Industries; 394
Skylane Foundation, Inc. ; 99
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 99
Small Business Administration; 112, 404
Smith Memorial Presbyterian Church; 98
Smith River Lumber Company; 114, 251, 576, 601
Snyder, Burt K., Educational Foundation; 251, 400
Society of Experimental Test Pilots; 255, 597
Society of Real Estate Appraisers; 260, 407
Sons of Italy Scholarship; 407
South Eugene High School; 396, 710, 850
South Salem High School; 114
South Santiam Educational & Research Foundation; 104, 114, 246, 601
Southard, Juliette A., Scholarship Committee; 260, 407
Southern Baptist Convention Home Mission Board; 114

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Associated Professors of SOC; 487
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977; 460
Bldgs. of historic interest; 338
California students, request admit, no out-of-state tuition; 221, 559
Campus fire alarm system, safety devices; 427
Central Hall safety corrections; 427
Central Heating Plants safety corrections; 427
Churchill Hall Remodel. ; 55
Churchill Hall safety corrections; 427
Collective Bargaining; 358, 477, 487
Criminology, BA/BS in; 309, 378
Curricular adjustments; 4, 309
Drama Laboratory; 380, 414
Equipment Safety Devices; 239
Foundation; 573
Foundation funds transferred to loans & scholarships; 83
Gifts; 115, 258, 405, 602, 866
Grandstand; 381, 414
Improvements to various bldgs. provisions for physically handicapped; 53
Library emergency lighting; 427
Music Bldg. emergency lighting; 427
Name change to SOSC; 767
Nursing, BA/BS in; 4, 91, 502, 569
Nursing, Continuing education; 528
Nursing program budget; 239, 358, 476
Nursing program funding deferred; 8, 59
Parking Charges, regulations; 744
Parking Improvement, including land; 55, 544
Physical Education Activity Areas; 381, 414, 554, 557
Physical Education safety corrections; 427
Physical Plant Bldg. ; 554
Physical Plant safety corrections; 427
Pine Hall (raze) ; 365, 474
Pine Hall Remodel. & Utility Line replacement; 839
Post-secondary Educational needs of the Southern Oregon Region; 270, 688
Recreational Facilities; 55, 84, 544
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 380, 413, 549
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 554
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 554
Science Bldg. safety corrections; 427
Security fencing recreational area; 793
Siskiyou Commons (use change) ; 365, 380, 414, 474, 554
Southwestern Oregon Regional Development Institute; 518, 646
Student Committee for Faculty Retention; 235, 452
Susanne Homes Hall (use change) ; 365, 380, 414, 474, 554
Taylor Hall safety corrections; 427
Theater Bldg. (Drama Lab.) ; 542
Unsafe Conditions corrections; 53, 188, 198
Utility Improvements; 52, 55, 380, 544
Utility Support (Oil Storage) ; 381, 414, 554, 557

Southern Oregon Educational Services; 270, 487, 559
Southern Oregon Plywood; 116, 246, 260, 396, 407, 869
Southern Oregon Postsecondary Education; 487, 559, 609, 646
Southwest Forest Industries; 850, 869
Southwestern Oregon Chapter AIA Scholarship Fund; 396
Southwestern Veterinary Medical Association; 584
Southworth, Mabel, Scholarship Fund; 722
Spencer, Clyde H., Memorial Fund; 391
Springfield, City of; 851
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 103
Staffing plans, all institutions; 691, 796
Standard Oil Co. of California; 257, 576, 842
Stanley Home Products, Inc. ; 868
State Dept. of Economic Development; 523
State Dept. of General Services; 51, 373, 685
State Emergency Board; 14, 52, 70, 188, 207, 265, 370, 371, 372, 440, 545, 563, 565, 567, 654,

667, 685, 768, 769, 792, 806, 820, 822, 823, 824

State Law Enforcement Planning Agency; 405, 407
State Restoration fund; 541, 561, 827, 893
State Technical Assistance & Training Office; 602
State-wide Coordinating & Planning Commission - "1202 Commission" ; 835
Stearns, Ralph W., Memorial Scholarship; 407
Steinbach Foundation Scholarship; 407
Steiner American Foundation, Inc. ; 255
Stevens, Harley & Mertie, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 119, 850, 868
Stevens, Thompson & Runyan, Inc. ; 232
Stout Motor Company; 48
Strauss, John, Memorial Scholarship; 98
Strauss, Levi, Foundation; 842
Stuchell, J.W., Scholarship Trust; 118
Student American Pharmaceutical Association; 398
Student Housing in Portland; 55, 89, 544
Student housing report; 56, 153, 690
Sue, Julius F. & Eleanor Y., Foundation; 251
Suit by U. S. Dept. Labor against SBHE; 805
Summer Session tuition & fees 1974; 29
Supplements to Board minutes; 130, 153, 412, 609, 737, 877
Supreme Emblem Club of the U. S. ; 114, 850
Sweet Home Community Scholarship Fund; 114, 242, 850
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 103
Swindles Foundations; 253
Swiss Benevolent Society of Chicago; 842
Syntex, Inc. ; 584

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Teacher Education Scholarship Fund; 246, 258
Teacher Standards & Practices Commission; 511
Teaching Research Division:

Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Gifts; 119, 261, 408, 604, 728, 869
Report on; 92

Tech Mates Book Scholarship; 869
Technical Education Consortium, Inc. ; 869
Teeples & Thatcher, Inc. ; 232
Tektronix Foundation; 112, 120, 718
Teledyne Wah Chang Albany; 709
Templeton, Herbert A., Foundation; 257
Tennessee, Office of Grand Commissioner of Education; 597
Tennessee Valley Authority Soils & Fertilizer Research Branch; 709, 847
Tenth Mountain Division Foundation, Inc. ; 98, 842
Tenure; 91
Texaco, Inc. ; 701
Texas A & M University; 244, 703
The Dalles Clinic; 104
The Dalles High School; 255
The Dalles Rotary Club; 98, 850
The Dalles Soroptimist Club; 104
Thompson, Mary L., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 98
Thurston High School Outstanding Musician Scholar. ; 850
Tigard Junior Women's Club; 842, 862
Tillamook County Community Resource Development, etc. ; 651
Tillamook Elks Lodge #1437; 97
Tillamook High School; 403
Tillamook People's Utility Districts; 391
Tillamook Rainbow Girls; 119
Timber, C. W., Associates, Inc. ; 375, 689
Tlingit-Haidu; 118
Todd, A. M. Company; 585
Todd Bldg. Company; 825
Toledo Elks Lodge#1664; 116, 117, 255, 841
Traffic & Parking Regulations; 683, 737
Transfer requirements; 90
Transition staff funding 1974-75; 220
Tri-County Chapter of March of Dimes; 116, 255
Tuberculosis Hospital, proposal closure; 71
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship; 242, 247, 391, 396, 842
Tuition differential by student level; 24, 215
Tuition for 1975-76; 828
Tuition schedule 1974-75; 23
Tulana Farms; 585
Turner Educational Trust; 97, 114, 116, 119, 868, 869
"1202 Commission" ; 835
Tywanna Saddle Club; 868

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Umpqua Kennel Club, Inc. ; 585
Underwood, Joe B., Scholarship Fund; 407
Union Carbide; 703
Union Pacific Railroad Co. Scholar. ; 247, 255, 850
Uniroyal Chemical Company; 709
Uniservice Corporation; 249, 712, 853
United California Bank, W. H. Morton & Co. Division of American Express Co., National Bank of Tulsa; 124, 127
United Farm Agency; 701
United Methodist Women Oregon-Idaho Conference; 247
United Nations Assoc. of Oregon, Inc. ; 113
United Paperworkers International Union Scholar. ; 850
U. S. Agency for International Development; 703
U. S. Air Force; 594, 601
U. S. Air Force Academy; 106
U. S. Air Force, Officer of Scientific Research; 247, 588
U. S. Army; 716, 719, 856, 858
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers; 102, 709, 864
U. S. Army Frankford Arsenal; 244, 703
U. S. Army, Portland District Corps of Engineers; 392
U. S. Army Procurement Agency, Europe; 588, 712
U. S. Army Research Office; 703, 724, 853
U. S. Atomic Energy Commission; 100, 110, 245, 393, 398, 580, 599, 704, 724, 845, 853, 858
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture; 244, 360, 393, 395, 580, 585, 704, 709, 845
U. S. Dept. of Ag., Ag. Research Service; 847
U. S. D. A. Northern Utilization Research & Develop. Division; 102, 585
U. S. Dept. of Army; 100, 580, 592
U. S. Dept. of Army, Army Research Office; 106
U. S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration; 107
U. S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 94, 107, 110, 112, 115, 118, 119, 120, 249, 257, 258, 260, 398,

401, 404, 407, 408, 588, 589, 594, 599, 603, 704, 712, 713, 716, 724, 735, 727, 728, 853, 859, 864, 865, 868, 869

U.S.H.E.W. Educational Broadcast Facilities Program; 795
U. S. Dept. of Interior; 100, 249, 589, 864
U. S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Fisheries & Wildlife; 101, 580, 585, 707
U. S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 114, 115, 117, 254, 255, 258, 259, 403, 405, 406, 597, 600,

602, 721, 722, 727, 862, 866, 867

U. S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; 713, 847
U. S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation; 11
U. S. Dept. of Interior, Geological Survey; 713, 853
U. S. Dept. of Interior, National Park Service; 705, 845
U. S. Dept. of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration; 245, 257, 258, 259, 600, 602, 705, 725,

727, 845, 866, 867

U. S. Dept. of Labor; 107, 249, 589, 705, 714, 853
U. S. Dept. of Labor, Manpower Administration; 865
U. S. Dept. of Labor suit against SBHE under Fair Labor Standards Act; 805
U. S. Dept. of Navy, Naval Air Facility; 98
U. S. Dept. of Navy, Naval Supply Center; 705
U. S. Dept. of Navy, Office of Naval Research; 100, 580, 589, 714
U. S. Dept. of Transportation; 714, 725
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency; 393, 580, 705, 845
U .S. Forest Service ; 100, 603
U. S. Marine Mammal Commission; 845
U. S. National Bank of Oregon ; 98, 114, 116, 118, 403, 406, 601, 602, 850, 868, 869
U. S. National Bank of Oregon, L. F. Rothschild & Co., & Associates; 124, 128
U. S. Public Health Service; 100, 109, 110, 245, 249, 250, 253, 393, 398, 399, 401, 581, 589, 592, 594, 600,

603, 705, 714, 716, 718, 719, 725, 727, 846, 854, 856, 859, 866

U. S. Treasury; 406
U. S. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; 14, 18, 866
U. S. Veteran's Administration; 112, 404
U. S. Water Resources Council; 582
University Corp. for Atmospheric Research; 706
University Management & Finance Study; 50
University of California; 706
University of California at Davis; 314, 319
University of Colorado; 861
University of Hawaii; 854
University of North Carolina; 111, 721

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administrative Services Bldg. ; 85, 659
Agate St. housing (raze) ; 365, 474
Architecture School Additions & Alterations; 381, 415, 554
Behavioral Sciences; 541
Bowers & Palton property purchase; 566
Budget, Annual, 1974-75; 61, 342, 343, 448
Budget, Biennial, 1975-1977; 460
Bldgs. of historic interest; 336
Buildings 125A, B & C fire alarm system; 429
Bureau of Governmental Research; 208
Business Administration, Ph.D. degree in offered holders of DBA degree; 491, 571
Cambell, Prince Lucien fire safety corrections; 429
Cambell, Susan, Hall safety corrections; 428
Chapman safety corrections; 428
Clinical Services, exitway & access characteristics; 428
College Inn proposed acquisition; 768
College of Education additions & alterations; 381, 415, 541, 549
Columbia St. housing (raze) ; 365, 474
Commonwealth Hall Remodeling; 550
Commonwealth safety corrections; 428
Computer Center fire alarm system; 428
Condon Hall Remodeling; 550
Condon Hall safety corrections; 428
Deady Hall safety corrections; 428
Development Fund; 573
Education safety corrections; 428
Energy related research; 358, 479
Enrollment ceiling; 20, 59, 91
Erb Memorial Union Bldg. Addition; 825
Fenton Hall Remodeling; 550
Fenton safety corrections; 428
Festival of Arts; 208
Friendly Hall Remodeling; 550
Friendly safety corrections; 428
General Social Science, BA/BS degree program discontinued; 497, 571
Gerlinger, Engineering & planning study; 428
Gerlinger Hall Remodeling; 550
Gifts; 103, 246, 396, 586, 709, 847, 870
Hayward Field West Grandstand; 371
Hendricks Hall Remodeling; 550
Hendricks safety corrections; 428
Home Economics Dept. discontinued; 184, 238
Indirect Costs; 88
Johnson safety corrections; 428
Law School Admission Acceptance Fee; 28
Law School Budget; 479, 569
Law School Report; 837
Lawerance safety Corrections; 429
Lettuce & Grape Boycott; 292
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Fund; 811
Library safety corrections; 429
Marine Biology Station Alterations; 52, 55, 381, 415, 498, 544, 554, 557
Marine Biology Station safety corrections; 429
McArthur Court safety corrections; 428
Medical School subgrant; 715
Men's P. E. Athletic Dept. safety corrections; 429
Men's P. E. Bldg. Remodeling; 550
Millrace Restaurant, roadway easement to; 45
Mothers Club; 710
Museum of Fine Arts safety corrections; 429
Music Bldg. Additions & Alterations; 53, 55, 381, 415, 549
Music safety corrections; 429
Office & Classroom Facilities Acquisitions & Rehabilitation, including land; 55
Oregon Hall (Administrative Services Bldg. named) ; 659
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology; 322
OSU, subgrant from; 248, 853
Parking charges, regulations; 753
Parking Improvements; 55, 544
Personnel Adjustments; 121, 262, 409, 729
Physical Plant safety corrections; 429
Pollution Control; 46, 475
PSU, subgrant from; 248, 853
President, Appointment of William B. Boyd; 655
Rossman, Loretta Showers, Trust; 710
Rubenstein, Morris, estate of; 246
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 381, 414, 549
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 554
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 554
Science Bldgs. Remodeling; 550
Science Complex safety corrections; 428
Science Main & East safety corrections; 428
Science II safety corrections; 428
SEARCH course program; 493
Smithe, Elizabeth C., estate of; 711
Sports & Recreational Improvements; 55, 544
Straub Hall Basement Remodel. for Automated Lab; 86
Straub Hall Remodeling; 52, 55, 365, 370, 474, 475, 544, 564
Street & Signaling Improvement; 574
Student Center O & M support; 365, 474, 475
Teaching Research subgrant; 712
Tongue Point Job Corps Center, academic employees, controversy re; 875
Unsafe conditions, corrections; 53, 188, 198
Utility Improvements; 45, 52, 55, 190, 381, 415, 544, 549, 551
Utility Improvements (Electrical Distribution System Modifications) ; 554, 557, 565
Utility Improvements (Heating System) ; 371
Utility Improvements (Pollution Control Portion) ; 791
Various Remodeling Projects; 53, 55, 188, 198, 381, 415, 549, 554
Viken property purchase; 88
Villard Hall Addition & Alterations (Broadcast Services) ; 554
Villard Hall Remodeling; 550
Villard safety corrections; 428
Women's Studies, Certificate in; 492, 571

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER:

Acupuncture Research; 646
Computer services plan; 832
Deans of Medical & Dental Schools Admin. Rule Changes; 786
Degrees, Admin. Rules change; 786
Dental Technique Lab. Alterations; 549
Gifts; 855
Hospital Fire Systems; 549
President appointed, Dr. Lewis W. Bluemle, Jr. ; 539
President to be Chancellor's Health Services Advisor; 787
President's residence, gift of by Mr. & Mrs. Harold A. Miller; 819, 855
Safety Deficiency Correction Program; 381, 416, 549, 554
Student Housing; 690
Utility Improvements (Electrical & Water & Steam Systems) ; 549, 551, 554, 558
Various Medical School Bldgs. Remodel. ; 550
Vice Presidents appointed; 767

University of Pittsburgh-Research Funds; 576
University of South Florida; 855
University of Texas at Austin; 394
University of Washington; 101, 245, 250, 582, 706
Upjohn Company; 401
Ute Indian Tribe; 259, 868

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VTN Engineers Architects Planner; 855
Valley Migrant League; 866
Vancouver Rotary Scholarship; 597
Vanden High School; 116
Vernonia High School; 114
Veterans of Foreign Wars; 118, 259
VFW Central Oregon Junior Rodeo; 403
Veterinary Medical Manpower Needs & Education in Oregon; 310
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 721
Volkswagen of America, Inc. ; 256
Von Der Ahe, Flora M., School Fund; 850, 868

W...W...W...W...W...

W. E. Group, P. C. ; 376, 377
Wade, R. M., Foundation; 701
Wahtonka Booster Club; 601
Wahtonka High School; 118
Wahtonka High School Letterman's Club; 104, 118
Wakefield, Leo A., Company; 258
Wallowa Alumni Association; 78, 118
Wallowa County Jaycees; 118
Wallowa Public Schools; 868
Ward, Edward L., Scholarship; 868
Wasco County Fruit & Produce League; 585
Washington Natural Gas Company; 256, 597, 862
Washington-Oregon Prune Marketing Committee; 395
Washington State Fruit Commission; 709
Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission; 709
Washington, State of, Social & Health Services; 120
Washington State University; 314
Washington University; 104; 597
Webster, Esther B., Scholarship Award; 247
West Albany High School; 701
West Tualatin View Parent-Teacher Group; 701
West Union Community Club; 98
Western Bank; 114
Western Conference of Teamsters Joint Council #37; 850, 856
Western Electric Fund; 842
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Grants to PSU; 257, 865
Western Kraft Corporation; 242, 701
Western Oregon Onion Growers Association; 585
Westwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ; 111
Weyerhauser Company; 103, 585, 706
Weyerhauser Foundation Company; 260
White Stag Manufacturing Company; 407
Whitehall Foundation, Inc. ; 861
Wilcox Memorial Scholarship; 576, 842
Willamette Industries, Inc. ; 842, 850
Willamette National Forest; 245
Williams, Clifford, Scholarship Fund; 104
Williamson, Oliver, Scholarship Fund; 104
Wilson, Mac, Memorial Scholarship; 97
Wilson, Woodrow, High School; 256, 597
Winegrower's Council of Oregon; 674
Winston Dillard Public Schools; 259
Winter Pear Control Committee; 585, 847
Wire Installation Contractors, Inc. ; 862
Wise, Charlotte, Memorial Fund; 119
Wolff/Zimmer/Gunsul/Frasca, Architects; 85
Woman's Auxiliary to Jackson County Medical Society; 406
Women of the Moose; 104, 116, 119, 251
Women's Architectural League; 104
Women's Auxiliary to Klamath Medical Society; 119
Women's Choral Society; 850
Woodburn School District 103C; 405
Woodland Elks Lodge #1299; 97
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute; 707
Wooley Logging Company; 251
Wrangell Women's Civic Club; 247
Wyckoff Chamber of Commerce Scholarship; 850
Wyoming State Department of Education; 715

X...X...X...X...X...

Xerox Corporation; 722, 842

Y...Y...Y...Y...Y...

Y Round Table; 701
Yakima-Dalles Dam Minors Trust Funds; 601
Yakima Indian Nation, Confederated Tribes & Bands; 403, 600, 722, 862
Yale University; 104, 850
Yamhill Lions Club Scholarship; 849
Yamhill Medical Auxiliary; 109
Youell, Thomas H., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 104, 247, 396, 850
Young, Arthur, Foundation; 842

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Zimmerman, Hans & Clara Davis, Foundation; 98, 391














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