OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1976






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ARW Foundation, The;1021
Academic Press, Inc. ; 925
Academy of Natural Science of Philadelphia; 912
Acoustical & Board Products Assoc. ; 912
Action; 316, 589, 1037
Ad Hoc Committee on competencies in English composition; 734
Adams, Abby. Memorial Scholarship Fund; 1034
Administrative Procedure Act; 58, 62, 391, 429, 673
Administrative Rules:

Discrimination, changes in rules re; 56, 69, 428
Faculty evaluation; 690, 808
Fee-setting authority, delegation to president; 673
Prequalifications for Public Improvements; 90, 385
Procedural Rule for changes & additions to Administrative Rules; 263
Residence Classification; 47
Selection & appointment of architects, engineers & related consultants; 840, 949
UOHSC organization; 674

Administrators, evaluation of; 456
Admissions Requirements; 2, 853
Affiliated Organizations, Report of; 1012
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 921
Agricultural Experiment Station (See OSU)
Agricultural Marketing Research Institute; 1031
Agricultural Research Foundation; 116, 314, 584, 747, 921, 1031
Aiken Memorial Fund; 597
Alam Electric; 999
Alaska Department of Education; 582
Albany Altrusa Club; 125
Albany Rotary Club; 331, 597
Albina Page Fund; 315
ALERT; 60, 432
All-American Collegiate Golf Foundation; 588
Allen Dale School PTA; 599
Alpha Delta Kappa; 125, 759
Alpha Lambda Scholarship; 740
Alsea High School; 761
Am. Chem. Products, Inc. ; 117
American Accounting Association; 328
American Association of Universities; 15
American Association of University Professors; 393, 396, 691
American Association of University Women; 331, 597, 1050
American Board of Electroencephalography; 831
American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic Technologist; 831
American Business Women's Association; 118, 326, 330, 332, 597, 938, 1034
American Cancer Society, Inc. ; 122, 309, 931, 1042
American Chemical Society; 596, 757, 925, 1037
American Civil Liberties Union; 993
American College Testing program; 856
American Council of Life Insurance; 1021
American Council on Education; 408
American Cyanamid Company; 1031
American Dental Hygienists Association; 326
American Educational Services; 1034
American Foreign Service Association Scholarship Fund; 1034
American Fund for Dental Health; 335
American Hoechst Corporation; 584
American Indian Scholarship, Inc. ; 315, 1034
American Institute of Architects; 315, 1034
American Institute of Architecture; 308
American Institute of Timber Construction; 912
American Laryngological Association; 320
American Legion Auxiliary; 125, 326, 330, 331, 740, 938, 1034
American Medical Association Education & Research Foundation; 122, 593
American Nurses Foundation; 320
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission; 316, 741, 925, 1049
American Rose Foundation; 117
American Samoa, Government of; 328
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning, Inc. ; 912
American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education; 651
Amity Lions Club; 111
Amity School District #4J; 127
Anchorage Borough School District; 111
Andrew, Aileen, Foundation; 308, 740
Anonymous Donors; 124, 1046
Anukam, Chris, Memorial Scholarship; 740
Appendices to Board Minutes; 958, 960, 1055
Archaeological Institute of America; 589
Architects, Engineers & Related Consultants, Administrative Rules changed regarding selection & appointment; 840, 949
Arctic Education Fund; 127
Argonne National Laboratories; 1021
Armpriest Sheet Metal; 565
Arthritis Foundation; 593, 1042
Ashland, City of; 192
Ashland Elkettes; 332
Ashland First Presbyterian Church; 332
Ashland Lions Club; 332
Ashland Senior High School; 308, 315, 332, 588, 740, 759, 945, 1034, 1046, 1051
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 332, 760
Associated Oregon Industries; 702
Associated Oregon Student Lobby; 690
Association for Retarded Children; 759
Association of American Indian Affairs, Inc. ; 333
Association of Governing Board; 286
Association of Physical Plant Administrators; 408
Association on American Indian Affairs; 599
Astoria Business & Professional Women's Club; 326
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 308
Astoria, Port of; 114
Astoria Regatta Association; 308
Atari, Inc. ; 321
Atherton, Juliette M., Trust; 1021
Athletics, Intercollegiate, Board role in; 2, 287, 397, 608
Atlantic Richfield Company; 1046
Atlantic Richfield Foundation; 111
Attorney Genera's opinion on publications board at PSU; 410
Auditor's fee; 242
"Automatic" Sprinkler Corporation of American; 895
Autzen Foundation; 1021
Auxiliary Activities Budget 1976-77; 226
Ayerst Laboratories; 754

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B & C Contractors; 721
Baker County School District 30J; 599
Baker Kiwanis Club; 127
Bakery & Confectionery Workers International Union of America; 1034
Balsiger Motor Company Employees; 322
Balzhiser & Colvin, Engineering, Inc. ; 93, 567, 571
Balzhiser, Longwood, Smith, Paul & Anderson, Architects; 95, 101, 103, 567, 571
Bank of Oregon, Woodburn; 315
Bankus, Elmer, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 308, 315, 335, 588, 761, 1050, 1051
Bartholomew Family Scholarship & Loan Fund; 1035
Bartholomew, Lyle P., Scholarship & Loan Fund; 1035
Battelle Memorial Institute; 112
Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories; 1021
Baxter, J. H., & Company; 1022
Beach, Agnes, Scholarship; 326
Beaver Plumbing & Heating Company; 288, 719
Beaverton Elks Lodge #1989; 327
Beaverton High School; 1035
Beaverton High School Dad's Club; 327
Beaverton School District #48; 939
Bekins Scholarship Foundation; 125, 332
Belknap, Inez J., Memorial Scholarship; 740
Bend Research, Inc. ; 112
Bend Senior High School; 332, 1035
Beneficial Foundation, Inc. ; 315, 925, 1035
Benson Tech High School PTA; 327
Benton Linn Community Service Agency; 580
Berg Manufacturing Company; 129
Berge Brothers Enterprises, Inc. ; 898
Best Foods Division of CPC International; 1042
Beta Sigma Phi; 332
Bethany Missionary Baptist Church; 740
Biddle Sawyer Corporation; 747
Bingham Willamette Co., Employees of; 1043
Bishop, B. P., Estate; 740, 1051
Bixby Scholarship; 740
Blackfoot Tribe of Blackfoot Indian Reservation; 759
Blackstone College Alumnae Association; 327
Blue Mountain Lanes; 127, 333, 599
Blue Mountain Potato Growers Association; 747
Blum-Kolver Foundation; 118
Board Executive Session; 235
Board Meeting (Conference telephone connection) June 25, 1976; 605A
Board Meetings (Adjourned):

April 29, 1976; 380
August 24, 1976; 808
October 22, 1976; 948

Board Meetings (Regular):

January 20, 1976; 1
March 23, 1976; 404
May 25, 1976; 404
July 20, 1976; 606
September 28, 1976; 823
November 19, 1976; 963

Board's Reserves Budget 1976-77; 223
Board's Special & Plant Rehabilitation Reserves; 106, 305, 578, 738, 909, 1019
Boeing Company; 111, 740, 1021
Bohemia Foundation, Inc. ; 128, 332, 1031, 1035
Boise Cascade Corporation; 111, 125, 127, 128, 327, 332, 333, 925, 945, 1035, 1050
Boise Cascade Safety Scholarship; 1035, 1051
Boise Lions Club 1975 Miss Idaho Pageant; 119
Bonds, State Board of Higher Education Building, Series 1976A, $1,250,000; 268, 382
Bonds, State Board of Higher Education Facilities, Series 1976B, $1,600,000; 264
Bonneville Power Administration; 309
Boots Company, Ltd. ; 1031
Boron Chamber of Commerce; 332
Boulder River School & Hospital; 600
Bouquet, Arthur, Endowment; 308
Brandt Finance Company; 321
Bright Wood Corporation; 125
Britt Memorial Scholarship; 759
Bronson Travel, Inc. ; 328
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 1021, 1035
Brookings Emblem Club; 315, 588, 740
Brookings, Port of; 582
Brookings Rotary Club; 119, 315, 316, 588, 750, 1036
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 1036
Broome, Oringdulph, O'Toole, Rudolf & Associates; 163, 417, 419, 729, 731, 903, 998, 1006
Broome, Selig & Oringdulph; 174
Brown, Cecil, Trust Charity Fund; 315
Brown, M., & Sons, Inc. ; 585
Buchanan & Cellars Company; 1031
Budget Adjustments for enrollment change; 13
Budget, Annual 1976-77; 214, 506
Budget, Biennial 1977-1979; 485, 725, 812
Budget, Biennial 1977-1979 Guidelines; 255
Budget, Resource Acquisition/Allocation Model; 14, 24
Buell Chapel; 316
Bufton, Stephen, Memorial Educational Fund; 597
Building Repair & Equipment Replacement Reserves; 685, 687
Bunker Ramo Amphenol; 912
Burlingame Baptist Church; 327
Burns Elks Lodge #1680; 128, 740
Burroughs Construction Company; 902
Burrows, H. J., Construction Company; 293, 901
Butte Falls Scholarship Fund; 128, 1035
Bynam, Peter, Fund; 925

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CH2M Hill; 297, 309, 912, 1022
CORA; 14, 408
CORA/A; 19, 24, 40
Caddie, Francis Ouimet, Scholarship Fund; 119, 588
California Institute of Technology; 750
Callison, I. P. & Sons, Inc. ; 585
Cambell-Yost-Grube & Partners; 299
Canada, Dominion of; 1049
Canby Union High School; 125
Capital Construction Requests 1977-1979; 456
Capital Construction Requests 1979-1981; 623
Capital Construction Requests 1981-1983; 623
Career Information System; 487, 490
Carlton Rose Nurseries; 314
Carnation Company; 740
Carpenter Foundation Scholarship; 315, 327, 330, 332, 335, 588, 599, 759, 938, 1035, 1051
Carroll, Clyde & Rose, Scholarship Fund; 938
Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce; 740
Carter, Ella W. & D. L., Estates Scholarship; 316
Cascade Fire Protection Company; 895
Casey Family Program; 327
Castro, Otto, Company; 321
Centennial Lions Club; 126
Centers & Institutes in SSHE; 83, 616, 869, 972
Central Council of the Tlingit & Haida Indians of Alaska; 128, 334, 598, 599, 761
Central Library Service; 1019
Central Lincoln People's Utility District; 580
Central Point School District #6; 315, 327, 332, 588, 740, 759, 1035, 1051
Centralized Activities:

Budget 1976-77; 222, 531
Budget 1977-1979; 727, 816

Chambers, R. A. & Associates; 296
Champoeg Lodge #27, A.F. & A.M. ; 1035
Chancellor's Report; 2, 151, 380, 405, 456, 608, 808, 824, 964
Chancellor's Residence Repairs & Painting; 910
Charleston Teacher Parent Organization; 332
Chemagro Agricultural Division; 1031
Chemical Engineers of Oregon; 1021
Chevron Chemical Company; 585, 747, 922
Chi Psi Educational Trust; 119
Children's Services Division; 850
Childs, Jane Coffin, Memorial Fund for Medical Research; 750
Ching, John Lind, Memorial Scholarship; 308
Chiquito Brands, Inc. ; 945
Christenson Electric, Inc. ; 289
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; 122
Church of Scientology; 330
Churchill High School Student Body; 119
Cibis, Paul A. & Lisa M., Charitable Trust; 754
Citizens Advisory Committee on Labor & Education; 55
Civil Engineering Technology Club; 335
Clackamas County Office of Financial Administration; 938
Clatskanie High School; 308
Clatskanie People's Utility District; 580
Clatsop County Scholarship Fund; 119
Cleveland High School; 331, 1046
Coachella Valley Alumnae Panhellenic; 1021
Coast Vending Machine Company; 321
Cockerline Memorial Trust Fund; 126, 128, 316, 327, 330, 335, 588, 597, 599, 740, 759
Coe, H. W., Foundation; 931
Coeur d'Alene Tribal Scholarship Fund; 1035
Coin Millwork Award; 1035
Cole, Clark & Cunningham, Inc. ; 740
College & University Personnel Association; 507
College Entrance Examination Board; 316, 327, 335, 589, 600, 855
College/University Differential in fees; 240
College Women's Club of Rogue River Valley; 128
Collins, Mary L., Graduate Scholarship; 126
Colonial Dames of America; 126, 330, 740, 1050
Colorado State University; 653
Columbia County Commissioners; 309
Columbia Power Co-op Association; 332
Columbia Regional Association of Governments; 328
Columbian Research Institute; 837
Colville Confederated Tribes; 334
Commark Group; 330
Committee on Resource Acquisition & Allocation; 14
Commonwealth of Massachusetts; 740
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 286, 396
Community College require fees per term; 356
Compliance Officer appointment; 824
Computer System Development; 305
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation; 117, 128, 314, 334, 747, 760, 938, 1031
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation; 128, 334, 599, 1050
Confederated Tribes & Bands of Yakima Indian Nation; 126, 599, 1050
Confederation of Oregon School Administrators; 861
Connecticut State Scholarship Program; 119
Consortium for International Development; 912
Consulting Engineers Council of Oregon; 844
Consumers Power, Inc. ; 912
Contract Review Board; 388
Convoy Company; 316
Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines; 596
Coos Bay Educator's Association; 589
Coos Bay Kiwanis Club; 327
Copenhagen, Inc. ; 297
Cornell University; 710
Corporation for Public Broadcasting; 120, 130, 317, 335, 926, 946
Corvallis, City of, improvements S. W. 15th St. ; 615
Corvallis Clinic Foundation, Inc. ; 1021
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 308
Cottage Grove High School; 330, 740, 1021, 1035, 1051
Council for Tobacco Research-USA, Inc. ; 321
Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility, Inc. ; 589
Council on Legal Education Opportunity; 317
Council on Library Resources; 913
Crater High School; 333, 759
Crater Lions Club; 332, 760
Crescent Valley Associated Students; 1035
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 111, 119, 128, 332, 1035
Crook County High School; 740
Crow Grange #450; 1035
Crown Zellerbach Corporation; 913
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 119, 740, 1035, 1051
Cummins Oregon Diesel, Inc. ; 129
Curricular Adjustments; 151, 166, 177, 192, 547, 653, 829, 844, 865, 906, 969
Curry County Treasurer; 587
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; 321, 931

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Daily Journal of Commerce; 840
Dakin, R. & Company; 754
Damaray Trust; 925
Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall/Hilton, Architects; 572
Danner, Helen E., Scholarship; 1035
Darnielle, Roy, Memorial Scholarship; 1035
Data Terminals & Communications; 129
Day Care for Children of Students; 680, 849
Dayton, Jonathan, High School; 111
Deafness Research Foundation; 322
Defense Civil Preparedness Agency; 129
Degree Construction Company; 718
Degree Lists; 214, 426, 878, 997
Delft Hydraulics Laboratory; 741
Delta Delta Delta Alumnae; 931
Delta Kappa Gamma; 126, 308, 332, 598, 599, 760, 1051
De Wuhs-Keckritz Educational Trust; 111, 598, 1035
Dhillon Engineers; 574
Diamond Jubilee Foundation; 740
Diamond Roping Fund; 111
Dictaphone Scholarship Award; 925
Dillard School District #116; 333
Discrimination, Changes in Administrative Rules re; 56, 69, 132, 428
Division of Continuing Education:

Budget 1976-1977; 226, 510, 538, 546
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 815, 816, 820
Gifts; 129, 335, 1052

Doernbecher Guild; 932, 1042
Dos Palos High School Associated Student Body; 740
Douglas County Home Extension; 585
Dougals, David, High School; 1035
Dow Chemical Company; 117, 913
Dreier, Dolly, Memorial Scholarship; 330
Duke-Lab Foundation, Inc. ; 122
Duke University; 1022
du Pont, E. I., de Nemours & Co. ; 585, 1022, 1031

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EMK Contractors, Inc. ; 891
Eagle Point High School; 308, 740

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Ackerman Hall Reroofing; 305
Administration Building Remodel; 635
Agri-business, BS degree in; 206
Budget 1976-77; 221, 526
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 727, 816
Building Modifications-Meet concerns physically handicapped (LPW act) ; 886
Building ventilation & electrical systems (LPW act) ; 886
CORA/A Summary & Functions; 40
Campus boundaries modified; 303
Campus Improvements (Landscaping, including Bicentennial Gardens) ; 635
Creative & Performing Arts Center; 635
Curricular changes; 192
Early Childhood Education, AS degree in; 198, 408
Enrollment, nonresident students; 5
Foundation; 128, 760, 1013, 1015
Gifts; 127, 333, 599, 760, 944, 1050
Guidelines; 555
Health Service Relocation; 641
Incidental Fees Committee; 804
Library Addition; 635
Mid-Willamette Valley Alumni; 760
Physical Education Activity Area Improvements, Street Extension; 635, 641
Physical Plant Services Building; 461, 465, 470, 626, 631, 633, 645
Policy Changes; 4, 213, 555
Psychology, BA/BS degree in; 192
Quinn Coliseum Reroofing; 305
Report on Curricular programs; 213
Road Extension & Relocation of Physical Ed. Athletic Fields & Tennis Courts; 465
Road Removal, raze portion Plant Services Building; 465
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase II; 461, 465, 70, 630
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase III; 635
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Ackerman Hall & Administration Bldg. Fire Alarm Systems); 999
Safety Deficiency Corrections Program, Phase I (Ackerman Hall Fire Protection Improvements) ; 629, 998
Science Greenhouse; 635
Tuition differential; 451
Vacation of property (street right-of-way) ; 303

Eastman Kodak Company; 112, 1036
Eastwood Baptist Church; 925
Eaton Laboratories; 122, 754, 1043
Economic Development Administration; 880
Economic Development Commission; 558
Education Office Building Salem; 469
Educational Coordinating Commission; 558
Educational Testing Service; 119, 589, 750
Egypt, Embassy of Arab Republic of; 926
Election of Board Officers; 761
Electric Corporation; 732
Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. ; 913
Elks National Foundation; 111, 126, 327, 330, 332, 1035
Elkton Lions Club; 1035
Elmer's Pancake House; 122
Energy Management in Oregon State System of Higher Education; 405
Engineering & Design Associates; 289, 292
English Composition, Ad Hoc Committee on Competencies in; 734
Englund, Eric, Memorial Trust; 111, 740
Enrollment adjustments; 11, 13, 255
Enrollment projections; 509
Enrollment reports; 4, 363
Enterprise Elks Lodge #1829; 334, 740, 1035
Enterprise Lions Club; 128, 332, 1035
Epilepsy Center of Oregon; 939
Epilepsy Foundation of America Research & Training Institute; 322
Epsilon Sigma Alpha; 128, 598
Equal Employment Opportunity Committee; 390
Equipment replacement, all institutions; 487, 492, 813, 814
Estacada High School National Honor Society; 111
Estrem Foundation; 316
Eugene, City of, Grant to KWAX-FM; 119
Eugene, City of, Grant to UO Art Museum; 926
Eugene, City of, Grant to UO Drug Information Center; 1037
Eugene, City of, Grant to UO Music Festival; 589
Eugene, City of, Scholarship grant UO; 1035
Eugene, City of, UO deed of Amazon Channel to; 7
Eugene Hospital & Clinic; 1043
Eugene Police Department; 991
Eugene Rotary Foundation; 119, 316, 750
Eugene Symphony Association; 750
Eugene Television, Inc. ; 600, 761
Evaluation of Chief Administrators; 456
Evans Products Company Foundation; 316, 327, 589, 925, 1021
Evans Scholars Foundation; 316, 589, 925, 1035
Evergreen Education Association Scholarship; 327
Excalibur Foundation; 316, 750
Exxon Nuclear Company; 913

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FASOM; 685
FMC Corporation; 314
FORE; 193, 213, 259, 492, 812, 983
Faculty Evaluation, Administrative Rules changed; 690, 808
Faculty salary costs by student level; 669
Farm Foundation; 742
Federal Communications Commission; 268, 673
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Fee Schedule 1976-77; 227, 352, 601, 680, 1007
Fee-setting authority, Administrative Rules changed; 673
Feed, B. W. Company Inc. ; 585
Field Seed Institute of North America; 585
Financial Administration Standard Operating Manual; 685
Fire & extended coverage, commercial insurance on buildings financed by XI-F(1) G/O bonds discontinued; 577
First Baptist Church-Vanguard Educational Fund; 1035
First Marine Division Association, Inc. ; 119
First National Bank of Oregon, Portland; 111, 925, 1021
First Presbyterian Church Deacons Fund; 316, 589
Fleischmann Foundation, Max C. ; 308, 740
Fletcher Scholarship; 1035
Florence Boosters Club; 599
Florence V. F. W. Post #3232; 925
Florence Women of the Moose; 598
Fong, Miho & Robinson; 740
Ford Foundation; 596
Forest Grove High School; 925
Forest Grove Lions Club; 1051
Fort Dodge Laboratories; 585
Fossil Lodge 89 A.F. & A.M.; 598
Foundation for Oregon Research & Education; 193, 213, 259, 492, 812, 983
Foundry Educational Foundation; 308, 740
Franklin, Benjamin, Savings & Loan Association Scholarship; 126
Fraternal Order of Eagles; 122, 740
Freeport Minerals Company Scholarship Program; 1035
Freres, Harold, Memorial Fund; 740
Friend, Joel R., Scholarship; 308
Fullman Mechanical Contractors, Inc. ; 97

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G.A.M. & Company; 322
Galli-Curci Foundation, Amelita; 315
Galton, Herbert B., Labor Law Scholarship; 1035
Gannett, Frank, Newspaper Carrier Scholarship, Inc. ; 1021
Garfield Grange; 111
Gemco Scholarship Program; 1035
General Motors Corporation; 308
General Motors Corp. Committee for Educational Grants & Scholarship; 316
General Telephone Company; 308
General Telephone Company of NW, Inc. ; 760
General Telephone Employee Scholarship Fund; 328
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory; 966
Georgia-Pacific Foundation; 119, 126, 128, 308, 328, 331, 335, 589, 598, 599, 600, 740, 925, 939, 1035, 1051
Gerber Advertising Agency; 330
Gifts & Grants; 111, 307, 580, 740, 912, 1021
Gifts & Grants Summary; 110, 307, 411, 579, 739, 911, 1020
Gill, William Harrison, Educational Fund; 308
Gilmore Steel Scholarship; 600, 761
Gilstrap, Eugene, Architect; 404, 561, 898
Gladstone High School; 331
Glatt Scholarship Fund; 600
Glide Kiwanis Club; 308
Goddard Institute for Space Studies; 966
Good Samaritan Hospital; 754, 939, 1043
Good Samaritan Hospital Auxiliary; 740
Gordon & Associates; 102, 288, 891, 895, 896, 1000
Governor's Commission on Status of Women; 63
Graduate credit for post-baccalaureate students; 662
Graduate Low-Degree Conferral Programs in SSHE; 653, 865
Graduate tuition for non-residents; 601
Grand Chapter Order of Eastern Star; 126, 932, 1021, 1035, 1051
Grand Guardian Council of Oregon, International Order of Job's Daughters; 126, 332, 925, 1021
Grande Ronde Symphony Association; 128, 334, 599
Grange Insurance Association; 1051
Grant High School; 598, 1035
Grants Pass Emblem Club #444; 1035
Grants Pass High School; 308
Grants Pass School District #7; 1021
Great Lakes Mink Association; 585
Grimshaw, Ray, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 126
Grinnell Fire Protection Systems Co., Inc. ; 301
Grolier Foundation, Inc. ; 740
Guidelines, Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission; 281
Gulf Interstate Engineering Company; 913
Gulf Oil Corporation; 1031

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H.L.R. Sciences, Inc. ; 585
Hamaker, Chet, Scholarship; 1051
Hamilton Electric Company; 566, 1005
Hanley, Clara, Scholarship Fund; 331
Hanna Ladies Scholarship; 1035
Hanna Mining Company; 589
Hansen, C.T. & Esther & knights of Columbus; 1035
Harney County Extension Service; 331
Harris Trust & Savings Bank; First National Bank of Oregon; The Northern Trust Co. ; 382, 384
Hawaii, State of; 1038
Hawaiian Civic Club of Waimanalo; 1021
Health & Incidental Fees; 242
Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation; 925, 1035
Heart, Alberta, Foundation; 931
Hee, Sallie, Memorial Scholarship; 128
Heller, Walter E., & Company; 925
Hellwig Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ; 322
Henley High School; 308, 331, 332
Heppner Lodge 69 of A.F. & A.M. ; 740
Heppner Odd Fellows Scholarship; 128
Hermiston Elks Lodge #1845; 119
Hess, Bart, Building Contractor; 572, 730
Hesston Equipment; 335
Hewlett, Jamison, Atkinson & Luey, Architects; 99, 415, 734, 952
Heyden Memorial Scholarship; 332
Higgins, Lorene Sails, Charitable Trust; 598
Hill, Harold N., Foundation; 741
Hill, Louis W. & Maud, Foundation; 932
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 119
Hillsboro Lions Club; 328
Hillsboro Senior High School; 111, 129, 328
Hinds, M.B., Company; 1003
Hofstra University; 119
Hood, Dellmann O. & Elizabeth V., Trust; 332
Hood River High School; 598
Hood River Hospital Women's Auxiliary; 741
Hood River Scholarship Fund; 328, 332
Howard Electric Company; 718
Hudson Bay Fence Company; 576
Huffman Memorial Foundation; 332
Hui-O-Hawaii Club; 111
Hunter-Schreiber Scholarship Trust; 925
Hutchinson, Peggyman, Scholarship Fund; 126
Hutton, E.F., & Company, Inc. ; 130, 947

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ICI United States, Inc. ; 932
ITT Rayonier Foundation; 308
Idaho Alfalfa Seed Commission; 585
Idaho, University of; 118, 588
Incidental Fees; 685, 735, 777
Indemnity provisions public employees, proposed legislation; 957, 961
Independence Elks Lodge #1950; 740
Independence School District 13J; 331, 946
Independent Colleges, undergraduate required fees; 357
Institute of International Education; 742
Institute of Mathematical Statistics; 589
Institutional Degree lists; 214, 426, 878, 997
Insurance (Fire & extended coverage commercial) discontinued on self-supporting buildings; 577
Intercollegiate Athletics, board role in; 2, 287, 397, 608
Interim Committee on State Governmental Operations; 615
Interinstitutional Faculty Senate; 691
Interinstitutional Library Council; 487, 492
Interior Associates Scholarship Fund; 598
International Brotherhood of Teamsters; 702
International Business Machines Corporation; 575
International Nickel Company, Inc. ; 112
International Order of Job's Daughters; 1035
International Order of Rainbow for Girls; 1051
International Research & Exchanges Board; 758
International Rice Research Institute; 1022
International Woodworkers of America; 702
International Youth Association of Japan; 926
Investment in Youth; 925

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Jackson County Independent Agents; 332
Jackson County post-secondary educational services; 272
Jackson Foundation Scholarship; 328, 332, 741, 932, 1035, 1051
Jackson/Josephine Job Council; 112, 913
Jackson, Maria C., Foundation; 126
Jackson-White Scholarship; 328, 332, 1035
Japanese-American Citizens League, Mid-Columbia Chapter; 333
Jefferson High School Honor Society; 328
Jeld-Wen Wenco Foundation; 335
Jeppsen, Miller & Tobias, Architects; 563, 722
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; 590
Jewish Chatauqua Society; 597
John Day, City of; 1037
Johnson & Johnson; 320
Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc. ; 580, 913
Joseph Public Schools; 128
Josephine County; 585
Josephine County Legal Secretary Scholarship; 589
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 598
Junior Achievement Scholarship; 328
Junior League of Portland; 939

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KAGI, Inc. ; 308
KCMX; 580, 760
KGAL Radio; 1051
KPRB Radio; 331
KTVB, Inc. ; 1053
Kaiserslautern Am. High School Combined Scholarship; 119
Kaiulani Home for Girls Scholarship Grant; 316, 332, 760, 1035
Kanehameha Schools A.T.P. Scholarship Fund #315; 1035
Keller Lumber Company; 1035
Kelsey, Edwin J., Charitable Foundation; 741
Ketchikan Soroptimist International; 309
Kilworth, William, Scholarship; 1051
King, Martin Luther, Jr., Scholarship; 760
King-Snohomish Manpower Consortium; 742
Kings Park Fire Department; 760
Klamath County; 278, 748, 922
Klamath County Board of Commissioners; 742
Klamath Falls First Federal Savings & Loan Association; 308
Klamath Falls Kiwanis Club; 316, 335, 600, 760
Klamath Falls Quota Club; 1052
Klamath Falls Soroptimist Club; 1052
Klamath Falls Women of the Moose; 1052
Klamath Falls Women's Guild Scholarship; 600
Klamath Saddle Club; 945
Klamath Union High School GRA Club Scholarship Fund; 126
Klock, C.E. & Son, Construction Company, Inc. ; 299
Knighton Scholarship; 128
Knights of Columbus; 1035
Knoerzer, Leo P., Foundation; 1035
Kohnen, Larson & Company; 1043
Kopp Memorial Fund; 760
Kraus, Ezra J., Memorial Scholarship; 111
Kuskokwin Community College; 1050

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Labor & Education, Citizens Advisory Committee on; 55, 702
Labor Education & Research Center; 715
Laboratory Animal Welfare Act; 104
Ladies Auxiliary to the V.F.W. ; 1043
La Grande, City of; 303
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 111, 119
La Grande Lodge #41, A.F. & A.M. ; 128, 1051
La Grande School District; 334
La Grande Soroptimist Club; 599
Lake County Cowbelles; 1051
Lake Oswego High School; 1036
Lake Oswego Welcome Wagon Club; 761
Lakers Dads Club; 1036
Land purchases; 477, 629, 631, 633, 640, 643
Landry & Bogan; 998
Lane County Board of Commissioners; 926
Lane County Division of Social Services & Community Services; 750
Lane County, grant to UO for Drug Information Center; 1037
Lane County Legal Aid; 751
Lane County Mental Health Division; 926
Lane Electric Cooperative; 1036
Langford & Stewart, City & Regional Planners; 98, 190, 890
Langmack Scholarship Fund; 761
Lantz, C.A., Construction Company; 732
La Pine Parent Teacher Club; 308
Lassen County Cow Belles; 128
Law Study Resource fee; 243
Lebanon Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary; 1052
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 111
Legislative Counsel Committee; 132, 444
Legislature, 1975:

Bills appropriating funds for buildings, land purchases; 629
Ways & Means Committee; 21, 427, 849, 858

Legislature, 1977:

Administrative Procedure Act, proposed changes in; 993, 1061
Expansion of UOHSC School of Medicine Family Practice residency training program program, bill for; 968
Indemnity provisions public employees, proposed bill; 957, 961
Institute for Policy Studies, proposed legislation for; 426
Labor Education & Research Center, funds requested for; 715
Measure summaries; 958, 960
OIT laws on easements & leases to be repealed; 952, 959
Peace Officers at all institutions, bill for; 990, 1055

Leman, Wm., Inc. ; 748
Lepper, Dale, Memorial Scholarship; 925
Lewis & Clark College; 74
Li, K. C., Sr., Scholarship; 126, 331, 598
Liability of public officials proposed legislation; 957, 961
Library Association of Portland; 597
Library Systems Development, systemwide; 814, 910
Lieberman-Okkinow Foundation; 755
Lilly, Eli, & Company; 117, 748, 1031
Lincoln City Elks Lodge #1886; 111, 335, 598
Lincoln County School District; 1036
Lincoln Development Co. ; 105, 892
Lincoln High School Scholarship Fund; 1036
Linn County Medical Society ; 331
Linnco Electric Company; 720
Litster, Mildred, Scholarship Trust Fund; 126, 316, 328, 332, 598, 600, 760, 761
Little River Box Company; 111
Local Government Personnel Institute; 702
Longview Association of Educational Secretaries; 330
Longview Fibre Company; 913
Louisiana-Pacific Foundation; 119, 126, 128, 308, 331, 334, 335, 589, 598, 741, 1036, 1051
Lowell Booster Club; 332
Luce, Charles, Trust; 119, 589
Lutes & Amundson, Architects; 828

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Madras Elks Lodge #2017; 332, 1036
Madras Senior High School; 1036
Malheur County Board of Equalization; 310
Malheur County Onion Growers Association; 314, 1031
Malheur National Wildlife Refuge; 1032
Mallorie's Dairy, Inc. ; 331, 598
Mapleton Lions Club; 111
Marathon Engineering; 997
Marine Sciences Commission; 426
Marion Construction Company; 563
Marion County Intermediate Education District; 334
Mark Guild for Retarded Children; 316, 331, 925
Mark Guild for Retarded Citizens; 1046
Markle, John & Mary R., Foundation; 323
Marks, John, Memorial Scholarship; 126
Marquess & Associates, Inc. ; 997
Marquess & Marquess; 303
Marquess Engineering Company; 566, 1004
Married Student Housing Rental Rates; 578, 680
Married Student Housing Report; 108, 134
Marshall Family Charitable Trust Fund; 119, 589, 750
Marshall Islands Legislature; 598
Marshfield Senior High School; 598, 760
Mary's River Grange Scholarship Fund; 331
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 925
Masters, Mates & Pilot Welfare Fund; 1036
Mathis, Jack, General Contractor, Inc. ; 890
McDowell-Catt Foundation; 932
McGraw Scholarship Fund; 598
McKay, K. E., Markets; 111, 119, 331
McKay, K. E., of Coos Bay; 111, 119, 335
McKenzie High School Student Body; 128
McKenzie Scholarship Fund; 760
McMinnville Rotary Club; 105
McPheeters Electric Company; 93, 571
Medford & Central Point Rotary Foundation; 589, 1052
Medford Rotary Club; 332, 335, 600, 760, 1051
Medford Senior High School; 119, 126, 308, 331, 332, 335, 588, 598, 599, 741, 759, 760, 925, 1035, 1036
Medford Zonta Club; 33, 760
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon; 594, 932
Meier & Frank Employees Dependents Scholarship Fund; 119, 328, 331
Mellinger, Edward Arthur, Educational Foundation, Inc. ; 741
Memphis Elks Scholarship; 327
Menasha Corporation Foundation; 328
Mendocino Coast Hospital Auxiliary; 925
Menke, William, Fellowship; 308
Merck & Company, Inc. ; 585, 748
Meuse, Joe, Kiwanis Foundation; 760
Meyer Foundation; 323, 329, 331
Michael, Mann & Lakeman; 295,
Michel, Catharine, Memorial; 332
Microlife Technics; 922
Mid-Columbia Community Action Agency; 1052
Mid-Columbia Economic Development District; 112, 1022
Mid-Columbia Voiture #195 40 et 8; 335
Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments; 130
Miles Laboratories; 755
Millar, Jessie, Scholarship Fund; 328, 333, 1036, 1051
Milton-Freewater Elks Lodge #2146; 316, 330
Milton-Freewater Rotary Club; 316
Milwaukie Elks Lodge #2032; 119, 327
Milwaukie Rod & Gun Club; 741
Miners Memorial Educational Fund; 316, 750
Mink Farmers Research Foundation, Inc. ; 314
Minnesota Chippewa Tribe; 600, 761
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company; 599, 932
Mirick, Irv, Scholarship; 1036
Miss Lane County Scholarship Pageant; 328
Miss Oregon Pageant of Seaside, Inc. ; 119, 328, 741, 939
Miss Portland Scholarship Pageant; 328
Miss Rogue Valley Pageant; 333, 760
Miss Washington Pageant Scholarship Foundation; 119
Mobil Oil Corporation; 741, 1032
Moffett, George M., Scholarship; 1021
Monkiewcz, Stan, Memorial Fund; 335
Monroe Union High School; 598
Monsanto Company; 728, 913, 1022
Montana, State of; 118, 587, 751
Moody, John T., & Sons Construction Company; 294, 569, 570, 901
Moreland/Unruh/Smith; 296, 899
Morris-Redden & Associates; 94
Morrison, Carl E., Scholarship Fund; 316, 589
Morrison, Funatake & Associates, Inc. ; 99, 301, 565, 719, 721, 895, 905, 998, 999, 1002
Mott Foundation; 120
Moulton, Clifford H., Trust; 939
Mt. Home Air Force Base Officers' Wives Club; 925
Mt. Olive Grand Chapter Order of Eastern Star; 126
Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church; 328
Mountain View Hospital Auxiliary; 600
Mu Phi Epsilon Patroness; 316, 939, 1036
Mulheim's Clarke Electric, Inc. ; 292
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 741
Multnomah County Intermediate Education District; 1043
Murdock, M. J., Charitable Trust; 323, 932
Murray, Wallace, Corporation; 119
Music-Vend Distributing Company; 324
Myrtle Point High School Student Body; 333

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NASA-Ames University Consortium; 324
NCHEMS; 21
National Academy of Science Institute of Medicine; 17
National Academy of Sciences; 966
National Aeronautics & Space Administration; 310, 317, 580, 594, 742, 750, 1037, 1043
National Alliance of Businessmen; 310, 1022
National Association of Biology Teachers; 308
National Association of College & University Business Officers; 408, 410
National Association of Schools of Public Affairs & Administration; 74
National Association of Secondary School Principals; 111
National Association of Social Workers; 596
National Association of State Universities & Land-grant Colleges; 422
National Athletic Trainers Association; 844
National Automatic Sprinkler Company; 567, 998, 1003
National Bank of Alaska; 1021
National Bureau of Standards; 590
National Center for Atmospheric Research; 966
National Center for Educational Statistics; 25
National Center for Higher Education Management Systems; 410
National Climate Control; 966
National Collegiate Athletic Association; 111
National Council for Geographic Education; 943
National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. ; 111
National Council of Teachers of English; 88
National Council of the Paper Industry for Air & Stream Improvement, Inc. ; 112, 580, 585, 914
National Endowment for the Arts; 590, 600, 750, 926
National Endowment for the Humanities; 120, 129
National Energy Task Force of A.C.E., N.A.C.U.B.U., Association of Physical Plant Administrators; 408
National Foundation March of Dimes; 123, 594, 933, 1043
National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis; 1036
National Fund for Medical Education; 21
National Geographic Magazine; 965
National Heart & Lung Institute; 418
National Institute of General Medical Sciences; 170
National Institutes of Education; 21
National Institutes of Health; 104, 167, 170, 903
National Merit Scholarship Corporation; 328
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration; 310, 580, 742, 748, 914, 966, 1022
National Oil & Burner Company; 594
National Retired Teachers Association-American Association of Retired Persons Andrus Foundation; 120
National Science Foundation; 105, 112, 120, 310, 317, 580, 590, 599, 737, 743, 751, 872, 893, 914, 926,

939, 944, 945, 966, 1022, 1037, 1047

National Science Foundation AIDJEX Project; 966
National Science Foundation CLIMAP Project; 966
National Science Foundation NORPAX Project; 966
National Secretaries Association; 760, 925
National Society of Professional Engineers Educational Foundation; 1021
Naval Reserve SMR Division 1122; 594
National Relief Society; 126
Neighbors of Woodcraft Scholarship Fund; 128, 333, 761
Nelson, Howard, Construction Company; 729, 1006
Nevada Indian Agency, Indian Field Service; 334
Nevada Mental Health Institute; 120
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc. ; 594
Newberg Rotary Club; 111
Newmont Mining Corporation; 324
Newport Elks Lodge #2105; 332
Newport Kiwanis Club; 589
Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee; 589
Nickum & Spaulding Associates, Inc. ; 105, 892
Nobel, Konrad, Memorial Scholarship; 111
Non-residents graduate tuition; 601
North Clackamas School District; 328
North Dakota, State of; 1038
North Douglas PTA; 925
North Lincoln Lions Club; 126, 328
North Pacific Lumber Company; 940
Northern Wasco People's Utility District; 580
Northwest Area Foundation; 751
Northwest Area Learning Resource Center; 125
Northwest Association of Schools & Colleges; 657
Northwest Federation for Human Services; 758
Northwest Food Processors Association; 1052
Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board; 1051
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory; 336, 1053

Education; 651

Northwest Rodeo Association; 741

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OSPIRG; 812, 983
O'C Electric, Inc. ; 1001
Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon; 594
Ocean Lake Elks Club; 328
Off Campus Courses taught in-load; 243
Order of Rainbow for Girls; 128
Ordeson, Vincent, Architect; 998
Ore-Ida Foods, Inc. ; 308
Oregon AFL-CIO; 702, 710
Oregon Aqua-Foods, Inc. ; 915
Oregon Arts Commission; 121, 128, 311, 334, 581, 758, 927, 944, 1038
Oregon Association of Broadcasters; 1036
Oregon Association of Colored Women's Clubs; 328
Oregon Association of Educational Secretaries; 741
Oregon Association of Health, Physical Education & Recreation; 759
Oregon Cattlemen's Association; 308
Oregon Chapter National Hemophilia Foundation; 128
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 111
Oregon City Public Library; 942

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Auditorium & Related Fine Arts Facilities; 732
Budget 1976-77; 221, 524
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 727, 816
Budget adjustments for enrollment change; 13
Building modifications, meet current concerns energy conservation (LPW act); 883
CORA/A Summary & Functions; 40
Campus Heating System (LPW act) ; 883
Curricular Adjustments; 177
Development Foundation; 1013, 1015
Enrollment limitation increased; 255
Faculty Women's Club; 126
Gifts; 125, 330, 597, 759, 943, 1049
Incidental Fee Committee; 790
Library Addition, including Media Center; 635
Maaske Hall Rededication & Renovation; 461, 465, 470, 489, 505, 631, 734
Monmouth Avenue Closing & Perimeter Road; 458, 625, 627
Perimeter Road; 461, 465, 470, 631
Physical Education Activity Area Improvements; 635
Physical Education Building Addition; 635
Physical Education Grounds Improvement; 465
Physical Plant Addition; 465
Physical Plant Building Addition; 635
Presidential search committee; 6
Reading, Basic & Standard Endorsement in; 177
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 629, 905
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 461, 465, 470, 630
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 635
Safety Deficiency Corrections Phase I (Various Buildings) ; 301
Student Center, Athletic & educational activities; 815

Oregon Committee for the Humanities; 130, 318, 329, 581, 591, 927, 940, 1024
Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc. ; 308, 316, 334, 589, 599, 741, 1036
Oregon Council of Architects; 844
Oregon Council on Economic Education; 940, 1047
Oregon Dairy Industries; 741
Oregon Dairy Products Commission; 117, 1032
Oregon Department of Justice; 1012
Oregon Education Association; 861
Oregon Educational & Public Broadcasting Service:

Budget 1976-77; 222, 530
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 816, 820
Coastal TV Translators; 629
East-West Microwave Loop; 640
Eastern Oregon TV Transmitter & Translator Network; 629, 672
FM Radio & TV Microwave Interconnection; 639, 640
FM Radio Microwave Link: Medford to Klamath Falls; 640
Gifts; 130, 335, 600, 761, 946, 1053
KING-TV Mobile Van, cameras for; 738
KOAP, Increased Space; 487
KOAP-FM & KOAP-TV Building Acquisition; 464, 467, 477, 625, 630
KOAP-TV Microwave Interconnection; 672
KTVB, Inc., proposed sale of KTVR Channel 13; 673
KTVR-TV, Channel 13, purchase; 672
KTVR-TV Acquisition, Channel 3; 629
KVDO-TV Budget; 486, 738, 815
Southern Oregon TV Transmitter & Microwave Interconnection; 639, 640
TV Mobile Unit Color Modification & Capitol Studio; 629, 738
TV Translator Network: Eugene, Drain, Sutherlin, Roseburg; 464, 467, 477, 631

Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission; 156, 168, 235, 274, 281, 352, 353, 408, 423, 445, 450, 547,

551, 559, 658, 714, 849, 927, 1008

Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission, policy issue re assigning student levels & funding; 661
Oregon Educational Coordinating Council; 155
Oregon Educational Media Association; 126, 1046
Oregon Federation of American Association of University Professors; 697
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 126, 1047
Oregon Filbert Commission; 922
Oregon Fish Commission; 117, 314, 585, 748, 922, 1032
Oregon Foundation for Dental Research & Development; 1014, 1017
Oregon Game Commission; 922, 923
Oregon Graduate Center; 758
Oregon Heart Association; 324, 594, 927, 933
Oregon Historical Society; 330
Oregon Home Economics Association; 308
Oregon-Idaho Conference of United Methodist Women; 328

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Budget 1976-77; 222, 527
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 727, 816
Budget adjustments for enrollment change; 13
CORA/A Summary & Functions; 40
Campus Improvements (Landscaping, Sidewalks, Stairs & Outside Lighting) ; 639
Classroom-Lab Building; 639
Cornett Hall Remodel; 639
Development Foundation; 1013, 1015
Faculty Wives & Women's Club; 128, 600
Gifts; 128, 335, 599, 761, 945, 1051
Incidental Fee Budget Committee; 805
Laws on easements & leases to be repealed 1977 Legislature; 952, 959
Library Building; 463, 467, 477, 631, 646
Parking Lot Addition; 878
Physical Education Building Remodel (Swimming Pool) ; 639, 643
Physical Education Improvements (Tennis Courts) ; 639, 643
Physical Plant Department; 879
Physical Plant Storage; 639
President, Appointment Kenneth Light; 605A
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 629
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 463, 467, 477, 630, 633
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 639
Semon Hall Addition; 718
Student Health Service Improve. ; 815
Student Union Addition & Remodel; 463, 467, 477, 633
Techmates; 1052
Utility Improvements (Water Chiller) ; 463, 467, 477, 630, 633
Utility Systems (LPW act) ; 887

Oregon Junior Miss Pageant; 308, 331
Oregon Lung Association; 755
Oregon Mathematics Education Council; 128, 591, 927, 1053
Oregon Mental Health Division; 600
Oregon Museum of Science & Industry; 1047
Oregon North West Side Band Club; 123
Oregon Nursery Advisory Council; 586, 748
Oregon Nursery Advisory Crown Gall Committee; 1032
Oregon Nurses Association; 760
Oregon Portland Cement Company; 748
Oregon Potato Commission; 922
Oregon Processed Prune & Plum Growers Comm. ; 586
Oregon Reading Assessment Program; 859
Oregon Regional Medical Program; 599, 944
Oregon Regional Primate Research Center; 975
Oregon Research Institute, Inc. ; 591, 928
Oregon Rural Opportunities; 119
Oregon Ryegrass Association Agency; 117
Oregon Safe Employment Act; 644
Oregon School Boards Association; 861
Oregon Shakespearean Festival Association; 333
Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants; 1024
Oregon State AERIE, Salem; 308
Oregon State Association of Emblem Clubs; 3316, 750, 760, 945, 1036
Oregon State Board of Education antidiscrimination law; 62
Oregon State Board of Higher Education antidiscrimination law; 62
Oregon State Corrections Division; 130, 751
Oregon State Department of Agriculture; 311, 923, 1024, 1032
Oregon State Department of Commerce, Building Codes Division; 644
Oregon State Department of Education; 113, 124, 130, 274, 284, 285, 336, 581, 744, 751, 761, 859, 915,

928, 940, 943, 944, 946, 1024, 1038, 1047, 1053

Oregon State Department of Energy; 744
Oregon State Department of Fish & Wildlife; 586, 748, 923, 1032
Oregon State Department of General Services; 388, 577, 844
Oregon State Department of Human Resources; 120, 124, 751, 850, 928, 940, 944, 946, 1052
Oregon State Department of Revenue; 505
Oregon State Department of Transportation; 120, 192, 915, 1025
Oregon State Division of State Lands; 304
Oregon State Elks Association Scholarship; 328, 331, 333, 1036, 1051
Oregon State Elks Visual Aid Program; 324, 933
Oregon State Emergency Board; 2, 11, 12, 102, 173, 174, 215, 292, 414, 418, 419, 423, 507, 561, 574, 608, 628, 629, 644, 648, 672, 730,

733, 738, 812, 825, 828, 83, 878, 898, 952, 955, 968, 1007

Oregon State Employees Association; 128, 389, 600, 697, 702, 710, 759, 761, 925, 993, 1021
Oregon State Employment Division; 318, 591, 744
Oregon State Executive Department; 113, 120, 744, 916
Oregon State Fair Board; 121
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. ; 741, 916
Oregon State Fire Marshall; 459, 644
Oregon State Forestry Department; 1025
Oregon State Grange; 1036
Oregon State Health Division; 594, 759, 934
Oregon State Highway Division; 114, 192, 388
Oregon State Historic Preservation Office; 916
Oregon State Land Board; 1025
Oregon State Manpower Planning Division; 581
Oregon State Marine Board; 916
Oregon State Mental Health Division; 755
Oregon State Public Welfare Division; 581
Oregon State Scholarship Commission; 126, 444, 445, 448, 455, 761, 849, 940
Oregon State School for the Deaf; 336

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Agricultural Cooperatives, Dissolved, proceeds for research; 304
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 1013, 1016
Agricultural Experiment Stations budget 1976-77; 225, 510, 533, 539, 814
Agricultural Experiment Stations budget 1977-1979; 487, 815, 816, 817
Agricultural Research Foundation; 1013, 1016
Agricultural Science Building; 636
Agricultural Sciences; 458
Animal Care Facilities; 103, 724
Biology, BS in; 157
Budget 1976-77; 221, 522
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 727, 816
Budget adjustments for enrollment change; 13
Building Modifications, meet concerns energy conservation (LPW act) ; 888
CORA/A Summary & Functions; 40
Campus boundaries revised; 10
Centers & Institutes, Review of; 79
Certificate of Recognition, Commission on OSU Extension Service; 163
Chemical Engineering Department; 308
Climatic Research Center; 964
College Inn property purchase; 10, 469, 629
Cooperative Extension Service budget 1976-77; 225, 510, 532, 539
Cooperative Extension Service budget 1977-1979; 487, 815, 816, 818
Cordley Hall Air Conditioning Repair; 305
Curricular Adjustments; 151, 969
Dairy Center Feed Barn; 465, 635
Dawes property purchase; 948
Dixon Recreation Center; 101
Education Hall Remodel; 635
Energy conservation instrumentation & monitoring; 461, 471, 630, 646
Engineering Buildings Addition & Remodel, Phase I; 636
Engineering Minority Students Program; 111
Extension Annex; 489, 505
Extension Education in Oregon, Preparing for Tomorrow; 159, 337
Farm Crops Remodel; 636
Farriers School; 102
Fine Arts Instruction Center; 635
Folk Club; 741
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 506
Forest Research Lab. budget; 159, 225, 487, 506, 510, 534, 541, 814, 815, 816, 818
Forest Science Department, Established with MS, MF & Ph.D. programs; 158
Forestry Sciences Laboratory; 330
Foundation; 586, 597, 598, 740, 760, 761, 923, 953, 1013, 1016
Gifts; 111, 308, 580, 740, 912, 1021
Gilbert Hall Addition & Remodel; 461, 465, 471, 630, 645
Graduate low-degree conferral programs; 654, 865
Gray, Iris, estate of; 309
Home Economics Building named Ava B. Milam Hall; 954
Human Services, Certificate program in; 151
Humanities & Social Sciences at, review of; 969
Hyslop Field Laboratory Cereal Building; 561, 648, 898
Intramural/Recreation Building named Dixon Recreation Center; 101
Intramural Recreation Field (McNary) ; 465, 641
Kidder Hall Remodeling; 635
Kropf property purchase; 897
Li House; 415
Long-range Development Plan; 722
MacVicar, R. W., evaluation report on; 456
Marine Science Center Library & Laboratory Addition; 629
Marine Science Center Living Unit #3; 641
Memorial Union Building Remodel; 458, 459, 465, 563, 633, 641, 722
Milam, Ava B., Hall (Home Economics Building) ; 954
Milne Computer Center Addition; 636
Oceanography Addition; 489, 505, 629
OIT subgrant to; 744
Performing Arts Center; 636, 640
Pharmacy Department; 741
Pharmacy Minority Scholarship Fund; 111
Physical Development Plan; 724
Radiation Center Addition (Instructional Facilities) ; 635
Radiation Center Classroom & Remodel; 458, 465
Report of Commission on OSU Extension Service; 159, 337
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 629
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 461, 465, 471, 630
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 635
Safety Deficiency Correction, Phase I (Agriculture Hall, Home Economics, Withycombe & Waldo Hall) ;

894

Safety Deficiency Correction, Phase I (Apperson Hall, Chemical Engineering, Moreland Hall,

Pharmacy Stairway Enclosure & Fire Detection Systems) ; 290

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Batcheller, Education, Extension, Gilmore & Shepard Halls

Automatic Fire Protection Systems) ; 891

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Cordley & Weniger Halls Booster Water Pump & Backflow

Preventers) ; 721

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Covell Hall, Batcheller Hall, Pharmacy Building, Mitchell

Playhouse & Kidder Hall) ; 895

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Dearborn, Dryden & Gilbert Halls, Gill Coliseum &

Physical Plant Shops Motor Disconnects) ; 720

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Fairbanks Hall Enclosure of Stairway) ; 1000
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Farm Crops Building & Langton Hall Electrical Revisions); 1001
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Farriers School) ; 102, 896
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Langton Hall, Dearborn Hall, Women's Building &

Gilbert Hall Automatic Fire Protection Systems) ; 1003

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Peavy & Wilkinson Halls Fume & Dust Collection Systems); 288
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Weniger Hall Fume Collection System); 565
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Weniger, Wiegand & Withycombe Halls) ; 99, 1002
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Wiegand Hall, Withycombe Hall & Vocational Shops Fume

Collection Improvements) ; 719

Snell Hall Remodel & Alterations; 489, 505, 563, 629, 722, 815
S. W. 15th St. Improvement; 615
S. W. 35th St. Improvements Assessment; 636, 641
Spring Sports Complex Completion; 102
Stahl property purchase; 949
Student fees committee; 781
Student Union facilities; 629
Thompson, Boyce, Institutes for Plant Research, Inc. ; 469
UO Health Sciences Center subgrant to; 1030
Utility Improvements; 458, 465
Utility Improvements (Electrical Distribution System Portion) ; 289
Utility Improvements (Electrical System Revision Completion) ; 636, 641
Utility Improvements (Sanitary/Storm Sewer Phase I) ; 635, 641
Utility Improvements (Sanitary/Storm Sewer Revision Phase II) ; 636, 641
Utility Improvements (Various) ; 636, 641
Veterinary Hospital Clinic Building; 457, 461, 465, 471, 629, 630, 645, 651, 724
Veterinary Medicine (Animal Disease Isolation Facility) ; 814
Veterinary Medicine budget; 486, 814
Veterinary Medicine instruction tri-state agreement with Idaho & Washington; 645, 649, 764
Veterinary Medicine School; 651
Wecoma (Research Vessel) ; 105, 892
Welker-Harris property purchase; 10
Willamette Simulation Center; 967
Wilson, E. E. Farm Improve. ; 304
Withycombe Hall Remodel; 461, 465, 471, 631
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center Instruction Building II; 427
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center Library & Laboratory Addition; 99, 419, 489, 505
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center Living Unit #3; 465
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center Meeting/Dining Building; 414, 952
Yaquina (Research Vessel) ; 105, 892

Oregon State Wildlife Commission; 117, 916
Oregon State Workmen's Compensation Board; 644
Oregon Strawberry Commission; 586
Oregon Student Lobby; 680, 850
Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group Tax Status; 812, 983
Oregon Sweet Cherry Commission; 923
Oregon Teacher Standards & Practices Commission; 846, 861
Oregon Traffic Safety Commission; 130
Oregon Veterinary Medical Association; 1025
Oregon Wheat Commission; 117, 314, 561, 586, 748, 923
Oregon Wildlife Commission; 586, 924, 1032
Oregon Women's Political Caucus; 57, 68, 993
Ortho Chevron Chemical Company; 924
Outside Library User Fee; 244

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P.D.K., Cook Inlet Alaska Chapter; 331
PEO Sisterhood; 126, 128, 316, 331, 332, 333, 334, 598, 599, 760, 1036, 1051
Pacific Bulb Growers; 924
Pacific Egg & Poultry Association; 308
Pacific First Federal Savings & Loan Association; 1034
Pacific Gas Transmission Company; 1052
Pacific High School; 119, 128
Pacific Kenyon Corporation; 117, 587
Pacific Northwest Bell; 582
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 117
Pacific Northwest Regional Commission; 751, 916, 928, 1025
Pacific Northwest River Basins Commission; 744
Pacific Power & Light Company; 289, 1025
Pacific Smelting Foundation; 324
Pape Caterpillar; 129
Paperboard Packaging Council; 744
Parent Johnson O'Malley Committee; 760
Parker, Leslie S., Memorial Committee Fund Scholarship; 126
Parking fees; 678
Part Time Fee Policy; 243
Patterson, Phillip C., Architect; 98, 190, 890
Patterson Plumbing Company, Inc. ; 718
Payne-Settecase-Smith & Partners, Architects; 293, 569, 732
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell Foundation; 1025
Pedemius, Billie, Scholarship; 333
Pence, Dale, General Contractor, Inc. ; 895
Pendleton Community Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; 1051
Pendleton High School Girl's League; 119
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 128
Penney, J. C., Company; 940
Pennsylvania State University; 710
Pennwalt Corporation; 748
Pennwalt Foundation; 316
Pepsi Cola Bottling Company; 126
Perron Partnership, The, P.C. ; 1005a
Phi Beta Patrons; 1036
Phi Chi Theta Scholarship; 589
Phoenix High School Scholarship Fund; 308, 327, 330, 331, 332, 335, 598, 599, 741, 759, 938, 1051
Pioneer Trust Company; 1025
Pipe Tech, Inc. ; 99, 1002
Pitney, Mary E., Scholarship Fund; 741
Planning officials designation of; 950
Plants Galore; 324
Plywood Research Foundation; 916, 1025
Pt. Barrow Lions Club; 126, 598, 759
Police Standards & Training Board; 990
Policy issues raised by Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission re assigning student levels & funding; 661
Poppenheim, Mary B., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 126
Portland Academy of Medicine; 934
Portland Academy of Pediatrics; 595
Portland Center for Hearing & Speech; 975, 979
Portland, City of; 309, 757, 939
Portland, City of, Golden Gloves; 327
Portland, City of, vacation of right-of-way S. W. 6th Avenue & S. W. 6th Avenue Drive; 416
Portland Development Commission; 833, 954
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 111, 1035, 1046
Portland Equitable Savings & Loan Brown Bag; 327
Portland Federation of Women's Organizations; 755
Portland General Electric Company; 297, 916
Portland Legal Secretaries Association; 755
Portland Neighbors of Woodcraft; 600
Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc. ; 596, 1048
Portland Public Schools, District #1; 111, 326, 597, 862, 1036, 1048
Portland Rose Festival Association; 316, 589, 741, 1036

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Applied Science & Engineering Lab. ; 629
Athletic Training, Certificate in; 844
Black Studies Center; 976, 981
Budget 1976-77; 221, 523
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 727, 816
Budget adjustments for enrollment change; 13
Building modifications, meet concerns energy conservation; 886
CORA/A Summary & Functions; 40
Campus boundaries; 176
Cartographic Center; 875, 877
Center for Economic Education; 571, 877
Center for English as a Second Language; 976, 981
Center for Population Research & Census; 871, 877
Center for Public Health Studies; 871, 877
Center for Sociological Research; 872, 877
Center for the Moving Image; 871, 877
Center for Urban Studies; 872, 877
Centers & Institutes; 869, 972, 976, 980
Central European Studies Center; 976, 981
Central Heating System & Building Distribution Systems (LPW act) ; 885
Curricular changes; 73, 844
Demolition Trust Fund; 955
Education Center; 872, 877
Faculty salary costs by student level; 669
Far East Area Studies Program; 977
Forestry Sciences Lab., OSU, gift; 330
Foundation; 125, 329, 939, 940, 1013, 1016
Futures Research Institute; 872, 877
Gifts; 124, 326, 596, 757, 938, 1046
Gordon, Helen, Child Development Center; 872, 877
Graduate low-degree conferral programs; 865
Hershey, Virginia S., Bequest from, sale of property; 575
Incidental Fee Committee; 787
Institute for Policy Studies; 421
Institute for Psychological Study of Living Systems; 877
Institute on Aging; 873, 877
Institute on Workmen's Compensation; 872, 877
Latin American Studies Center; 977, 981
Library, Air Distribution System Remodel; 305
Lincoln Hall Alterations; 96, 624, 645
Middle East Studies Center; 871, 877
Millar, Branford P., Library Addition; 457, 467, 639
Northwest General Assistance Center; 981
Ondine lease (Portland Student Services) ; 956
Ondine Residence Hall Acquisition; 304, 469, 836
Ondine Residence Hall included in campus boundaries; 176
Parking Structure III; 463, 467, 476, 633
Physical Education Building II; 639
Political Research Bureau; 877
Portland Student Services, Inc., lease; 833, 954
Professional Schools Building, Phase I (Education) ; 463, 467, 476, 630, 645
Professional Schools Building, Phase II (Business) ; 459, 467, 631
Professional Schools Building, Phase III; 639
Psychological Clinic; 877
Public Administration, master's degree in; 73
Regional Institute for Human Services; 876, 877
Reroofing various buildings; 305
Residential Buildings repair, etc. ; 833
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I; 629
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase II; 463, 467, 476, 630, 639
School of Business; 457
School of Education; 457, 645
School of Social Work; 1048
Science Building III; 639
Science II Labs Remodel for Dept. Environmental Quality, Health Division, Dept. Human Resources &

Dept. Applied Science & Engineering; 299

Science II Remodel; 469, 489, 505, 629
Shattuck Hall renovations & furnishings; 96
Smith Memorial Center Remodel; 463, 467, 477, 633, 642
Speech & Hearing Clinic; 877
Street Lighting Improvement; 629
Transportation Study Center; 877
UOHSC subgrant to; 941
UO Northwest Regional Resource Center, grant to; 125
Urban Affairs, School of, established; 380
Utility Improvements (monitoring system) ; 574
Utility Improvements (Steam Service) ; 97
Vanguard refusal to accept C.I.A. advertising; 410
Various Buildings Remodel; 639
Various Buildings Remodel (Shattuck, Science II, Health & P.E., Lincoln) ; 463, 467, 476, 631
Women's Faculty Association; 328, 1046

Portland Student Services, Inc. ; 304
Post-baccalaureate students, policy issue re student levels & funds; 662
Postsecondary Educational Needs in Southern Oregon; 272, 615
Powers Regulator Company; 575
Prequalification for Public Improvements Administrative Rules; 90, 385
Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital; 128, 761
President's Report; 286, 562, 761, 824, 1054
Presser Foundation; 316, 1036
Price Waterhouse Foundation; 316
Prineville, City of, Railway, Employees of; 321
Prineville Elks Lodge #1814; 111
Procedural Rule for Changes & Additions to Administrative Rules; 263
Professional Baseball College Scholarship Plan; 119, 316
Professional Consultants, selection of; 843, 949,
Program Review (graduate low-degree-conferral) ; 654
Progressive Business Women's Club; 595
Public Contract Review Board; 92, 844
Publications Guidelines; 411
Puget Sound National Bank; 111, 119

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R...R...R...R...R...


RA/AM; 35
R.D.M Constructors; 100
Raco, Inc., dba Valley Plumbing & Heating; 301
Rainier High School; 126
Ralston Purina Company; 1021
Ramsay, Dale, Construction Company; 103, 104, 290
Rankin, Ragen, Roberts, Samson & Gallagher, Bond Attorney's; 382, 384
Reader's Digest Foundation; 329
Reading skills improvement; 858
Refugees enrolled in English as second language program; 243
Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program; 121
Reisinger, Max, Memorial Scholarship; 925
Research Corporation; 114
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc. ; 934
Residence Classification Administrative Rules changed; 47
Residence Hall counseling & summer program; 815
Resolution authorizing filing application(s) USA P.L. 94-369 grants planning & constructing public works projects

OSBHE; 879

Resolution, Commission on OSU Extension Service; 163
Resolution, E.C. Brown Trust administered by President of UO; 9
Resolution honoring Philip A. Joss; 889
Resolution honoring George H. Layman; 888
Resolution honoring Marc Maden; 889
Resolution memory of Robert D. Holmes; 607
Resolution, State Board of Higher Education Building Bonds, Series 1976A, $1,250,000; 268, 383
Resolution, State Board of Higher Education Facilities Bonds, Series 1976B, $1,600,000; 265, 384
Resolution terminating agree. USA prelim. plan. Psychology Center & Human Research Bldg. UO; 827
Retail Employees Union, Local 1092; 328
Reynolds, Phil, Scholarship Fund; 1036
Ricketts Music Store, Inc. ; 1036
Ridau Ship Company; 893
Riverside Foundation; 925
Riviera Motors, Inc. ; 600, 1036
Roberts, Gale M., Company; 291
Robinson, C.A., & Company; 325
Rockefeller Foundation; 121, 582, 916, 1025, 1051
Rogers Brothers Seed Company; 315
Rogue Community College; 272
Rogue River Community Scholarship; 1052
Rogue River Kay Cee Corporation; 309, 741
Rogue River Paving Company, Inc. ; 997
Rogue Valley Memorial Hospital; 333, 760, 1036
Rogue Valley Physicians Service; 333, 760
Rohm & Haas Company; 1033
Role of the Regional State Colleges; 553
Roosevelt High School Dad's Club; 119
Rose & Breedlove, Inc. ; 330
Rose, Breedlove & McConnell, Inc. ; 291
Rose City Park Presbyterian Church Student Aid Fund; 1036
Rose City Park United Methodist Church Fund; 119, 598, 1036
Rose City Presbyterian Church; 328
Roseburg Rotary Club; 126
Roseburg Senior High School; 333, 597, 1036
Rosenburg, Wistar, Memorial Scholarship Fund; 126
Ross Laboratories; 934
Rossman, Loretta Showers, Trust Fund; 925, 1036
Rotary Foundation of Medford & Central Point; 316, 333
Royal Neighbors of America Fraternal Scholarship; 925
Rural Medical Practices Act; 511, 545

S...S...S...S...S...

S & H Foundation; 119, 939, 1036
SRG Partnership; 570
Sabin, Owen O., Occupational Skills Center; 328
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 478
St. Andrews Society Scholarship; 328, 1036
St. Helens Elks Lodge #1999; 119
St. Johns Hospital Guild; 1036
St. Joseph Lodge AF & AM; 126
Salary Adjustments; 512
Salem, City of, 309, 741
Salem Elks Lodge #336; 111
Salem Garden Club; 741
Salem Heating & Sheet Metal, Inc. ; 905
Salem Hospital Auxiliary; 1036
Salem Junior Miss Scholarship Program; 589
Salem Rotary Educational Foundation; 331, 598
San Joaquin Delta College; 1035
San Juan High School Student Body Scholarship; 119
Sandy Union High School Alumni Association; 309
Santiam Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; 1036
Sause Brothers Ocean Towing; 1046
Scholastic Aptitude Test; 855
School of Performing Arts; 1044
Schwan's Sales Enterprises, Inc. ; 755
Scott, M. M., Scholarship Committee; 126, 316
Scripps-Howard Foundation; 925
Seattle First National Bank; 316, 741, 1036
Seattle University; 758
Self-evaluation by institutions of possible discriminatory practices; 56, 824
Senior Citizens Fee; 243
Settergren, Gene H., General Contractor; 903
Settlemier Scholarship Fund; 126
Seward PTA; 760
Shell Development Company; 1033
Shell Oil Company; 748
Sherman Union High School; 128
Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children; 934
Sigma Chi Foundation; 589, 741
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. ; 119
Siletz High School; 945
Siletz PTA; 129
Silverton Rotary Club; 129
Simmons, Joseph E., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 741
Sims Electric of Medford, Inc. ; 303
Sitka Soroptomist Club; 331
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 718, 728
Smith, J. M., Fund; 333
Smith Kline Animal Health Products; 311, 582
Smith Memorial Scholarship Fund; 331, 1036
Smith, Ralph L., Foundation; 130
Society of American Military Engineers; 741
Soil Improvement Committee; 749
South Salem High School; 111, 598
South Santiam Scholarships; 328, 333, 335, 598
Southern Oregon State Bank; 1036

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

All Weather Track; 190
Baseball Field; 189
Budget 1976-77; 221, 525
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 727, 816
Budget adjustments for enrollment change; 13
Building modifications, meet concerns energy conservation (LPW act) ; 885
CORA/A Summary & Functions; 40
Campus Utilities System (LPW act) ; 884
Churchill Hall Remodel (Business Dept.) ; 636
Colasuonno property purchase; 824
College Union coffee house; 815
Curricular Adjustment; 178, 547
Dormitory remodeling for instruction purposes; 458
Drama Lab. (Theater) ; 462, 466, 472, 630, 645, 998
Foundation; 333, 1013, 1015
Geology, BA/BS degree in; 183
Gifts; 127, 331, 599, 759, 944
Grandstand; 466, 641
Guidelines; 555
Handball Courts; 98, 189
Health Science Building (Nursing) ; 636, 640
Ice Rink rejected; 190
Incidental Fee Committee; 794
Interdisciplinary Studies, MA/MS degree in; 178, 547, 661, 665
Life Science Lab. (Greenhouse & Garden) ; 466, 636
McNeal, Roy W., Hall, Physical Education Building named; 622
Music Building Alterations; 1019
Physical Education Activity Area Improvements; 466, 636, 641
Physical Education Areas fencing; 305
Physical Education Building named Roy W. McNeal Hall; 622
Physical Plant Building; 636
Postsecondary Educational Needs on Southern Oregon; 272, 615
Recreation Area Security Fencing; 575, 578
Recreational Facilities (All-Weather Track & Bicycle Trail) ; 997
Recreational Facilities (Baseball Field) ; 189
Recreational Facilities (Baseball Field Phase II) ; 462, 466, 472, 633
Recreational Facilities (Handball Courts) ; 98, 890
Recreational Facilities (Tennis Courts) ; 462, 466, 472, 633
Report on curricular programs; 214
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 629
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 461, 466, 472, 630, 633
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 636
Safety Deficiency Correction Program (Dorms Phase II) ; 641
Safety Deficiency Correction Program (Dorms Phase III) ; 641
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I (Fire Alarm System) ; 302
Siskiyou Commons Addition & Remodel; 636
Siskiyou Commons Rededication, Addition & Remodel; 636
Susanne Homes Hall Remodel (Art) ; 466
Susanne Homes Rededication & Remodel (Art Dept.) ; 636
Taylor, Central & Library Buildings Remodel; 636
Traffic Signals, Mountain Ave. & Siskiyou Blvd. ; 192, 578
Utility & Energy Conservation Improvement (Chilling) ; 462, 466, 472, 631, 633
Utility & Energy Conservation Improvements (Heating Plant Interconnections) ; 462, 466, 472, 630, 633,

646

Southwest Community Action Program, Inc. ; 311
Southwest Forest Industries; 760, 1036
Southwestern Oregon Community Action Committee, Inc. ; 1026
Southwestern Veterinary Medical Association; 1026
Southworth, Jim, Memorial Scholarship; 309
Sports, Don Owen; 124
Springfield Elks Lodge #2145; 119
Spring Rotary Club Scholarship; 309
Staff fee for supervising teachers; 243
Standard Oil Company of California; 111, 1021
State Rainbow Projects; 934
State Restoration Fund; 577
State Scholarship Commission; 850
Statement of policy on discrimination; 824
Statewide Goals & Objectives for Education in Oregon; 658
Steinbach Foundation; 126, 328, 333, 1036, 1052,
Sterns, Dr., Memorial Scholarship; 128, 761
Stevens Memorial Scholarship Fund; 126, 328, 333, 1036
Straub, Gertrude S., Trust Estate; 1036
Struble, Wayne, Architect; 98
Student Housing Report Fall 1975; 107, 134
Students' Children, Day Care for; 680, 849
Sue, Julius F. & Eleanor Y., Foundation; 325
Summer Session Board & Room Charges 1976; 245, 367
Summer Session Enrollments; 615
Summer Session Tuition & Fee Policy 1976; 244, 366
Supervising Teachers, staff fee for; 243
Supplements to Board Minutes; 132, 337, 601
Sweet Home Community Scholarship Fund; 129
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 332
Sweet Home School District #55; 1036
Swiss Federal Institute for Reactor Research; 582
Syntex Research; 582

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3-M Company; 45
TSWE; 86
Taiwan Power Company; 1026
Teacher Education Programs in OSSHE; 1019
Teacher Standards & Practices Commission; 177, 859
Teaching Research Division:

Budget 1976-77; 222, 529
Budget 1977-1979; 727, 816
Gifts; 130, 335, 600, 761, 946, 1053

Tech-Mates; 335
Tektronix Foundation; 329, 760, 940, 1036, 1048
Tektronix, Inc. ; 312, 325, 597
Tennessee Valley Authority Soils & Fertilizer Research Branch; 587, 1033
Test of Standard Written English; 86
The Dalles Emblem Club #406; 309
The Dalles High School; 112
The Dalles Rotary Club; 328
Theta Resource, Inc. ; 582
Thompson, Boyce, Institute for Plant Research; 917
Thurston Senior High School; 112
Tigard Junior Women's Club; 328
Tigard Rotary; 333
Tillamook High School; 741
Tiller Drew Parent-teacher Organization; 1036
Timberline High School Associated Students; 118
Timmer, C. W., Associates, Inc. ; 97, 574, 720, 1001, 1003
Tlingit & Haida Indians of Alaska; 128, 334, 598, 599
Todd, A. M., Company; 587
Toleda Elks Lodge #1664; 328
Touche Ross & Company; 1044
Touvelle Foundation; 333
Towne, Richards & Chaudoerre, Inc. ; 998
Traffic Regulations, Parking Fees& Enforcement Fines; 678
Transamerica Title Insurance Company; 304
Travel Inn Motel; 935
Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District; 125
Tristo, Ltd. ; 1026
Troutdale Lions & Ladies Scholarship Fund; 119
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 1044
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship Fund; 112, 316, 589, 741, 1036
Tuition & fee income policies 1977-1979; 680
Tuition & Fee Schedule 1976-77; 227, 352, 601, 680
Tuition policies to be reviewed with Educational Coordinating Commission; 353
Tulelake Kiwanis Club; 129, 600, 761
Tulelake Rotary Club; 600
Turner Educational Trust Fund; 331, 33, 1051, 1052
Tuttle, Emilia, Student Loan Fund; 333
Tywama Saddle Club; 331, 598

U...U...U...U...U...

Umatilla PTA; 128
Umpqua Youth, Inc. ; 1037
Underwriters Fire Sprinkler Company; 566, 1005
Union Carbide Corporation; 924, 1033
Union Collier; 587
Union Oil Company of California; 1021
Union Pacific Railroad Company; 112, 128, 129, 309, 328
United California Bank; 382, 384
United Church of Oak Ridge; 925
United Daughters of the Confederacy; 331
United Farm Agency; 309
United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund; 119
United Methodist Ethnic Scholarship; 589, 750
United Methodist Women; 328
U. S. Agency for International Development; 312, 745, 917, 1026
U. S. Air Force; 582, 591, 1039
U. S. Atomic Energy Commission; 325
U. S. Bancorp; 309, 331, 333, 598, 599, 741, 760, 1051
U. S. Bancorp Work/College Scholarship; 333
U. S. Central Intelligence Agency Advertising in Vanguard; 410
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture; 118, 312, 315, 561, 582, 587, 745, 749, 752, 917, 924, 928, 940, 1026, 1033, 1039
U. S. Dept. of Army; 114, 312, 320, 325, 592, 597, 918, 930, 935, 1027
U. S. Dept. of Commerce; 881, 918
U. S. Dept. of Health, Education, & Welfare; 121, 125, 127, 129, 318, 325, 335, 591, 597, 599, 651, 738, 745, 752, 758, 759, 904, 918, 928,

931, 935, 940, 944, 945, 946, 1027, 1039, 1044, 1048, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053

U. S. Dept. of Interior; 114, 312, 312, 315, 583, 588, 745, 919, 929, 1028
U. S. Dept. of Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs; 125, 127, 128, 327, 332, 333, 334, 598, 599, 759, 760, 938, 943,

1049, 1050

U. S. Dept. of Justice; 312, 329, 929, 1028, 1048, 1050
U. S. Dept. of Labor; 115, 312, 583, 591, 745, 752, 1040, 1048
U. S. Dept. of Navy; 115, 121, 312, 583, 941, 1028, 1040
U. S. of Transportation; 919
U. S. Dept. of Treasury; 333
U. S. Energy Research & Development Administration; 115, 165, 313, 583, 745, 752, 920, 946, 1029
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency; 115, 313, 583, 746, 920, 1029, 1048
U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service; 749, 1034
U. S. Forest Service; 118
U. S. Geological Survey Library; 943
U. S. Housing & Home Finance Agency; 828
U. S. Internal Revenue Service; 983
U. S. Local Public Works Capital Development & Investment Act of 1976, Title I; 879
U. S. Marine Mammal Commission; 746
U. S. National Bank of Oregon; 329, 331, 334, 589, 598, 760, 1037
U. S. National Bank of Oregon (Joint Manager) ; L. F. Rothschild & Co. (Joint Manager) ; Wauterlek & Brown,

Inc. ; Seattle First National Bank; Blyth Eastman Dillon & Co., Inc. ; 382, 384

U. S. National Bank Work/College Scholarship Fund; 127
U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission; 115, 1029
U. S. Office of Education; 738, 862
U. S. Office of Naval Research AIDJEX Project; 966
U. S. Public Health Service; 115, 121, 123, 313, 319, 320, 325, 331, 584, 591, 592, 595, 597, 746, 752, 754,

755, 920, 929, 931, 935, 941, 1029, 1040, 1042, 1044, 1049

U. S. Small Business Administration; 329, 941
U. S. Tobacco Company; 1051
U. S. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; 127, 759
U. S. Veterans Administration; 1030
United Way; 975
University & College Labor Education Association; 701, 714
University Cardiopulmonary Surgery Group; 596
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research; 116, 920
University of Alabama; 710
University of California; 747
University of California at Davis; 651
University of at Santa Cruz; 858
University of Colorado; 20, 651, 710
University of Hawaii; 319
University of Idaho; 645, 650, 749, 776, 920
University of Illinois; 710, 737
University of Iowa; 651
University of Kansas; 651
University of Michigan; 20
University of Missouri Labor Studies Center; 714
University of North Carolina; 313
University of Northern Colorado; 319

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Administration Procedure Act, statement opposing legislative changes by ASUO; 1072
Amazon Creek Channel deeded to City of Eugene; 7
Associated Students of; 52, 57, 59, 690, 1067
ASUO Child Care & Development Center; 681
Autzen Stadium Synthetic Turf; 728
Bikeway & Visitors Information Systems; 466, 637, 640, 642
Biology Teaching Building; 637
Broadcast Theater Addition; 466
Brown, E. C., Trust, resolution, President UO to administer; 8
Budget 1976-77; 221, 521
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 727, 816
Budget adjustments for enrollment change; 13
Building Modifications, meet concerns energy conservation (LPW act) ; 882
Bureau of Governmental Research & Service; 617, 619, 620
CORA/A Summary & Function; 40
Career Information System; 620
Centennial Project: Alumni Center; 462, 466, 474, 632
Centennial Project: Centennial Mall; 462, 466, 474, 632
Centennial Project: Child Care & Development Center; 462, 466, 474, 632
Centennial Project: Millrace Develop. ; 462, 466, 474, 632
Centennial Project: Museum of Art Addition & Alterations; 462, 466, 474, 632
Centennial Project: Off-Campus University Center; 462, 466, 474, 632
Centennial Project: Student-Faculty Conference Rooms; 462, 466, 474, 632
Center for Capital Market Research; 620
Center for Educational Policy & Management; 620
Center for Environment Research; 620
Center for Gerontology; 620
Center for Human Development; 617, 620
Center for International Business Studies; 620
Center for Media Research; 620
Center for Sociology Study of Women; 620
Center for Volcanology; 620
Centers & Institutes; 616
Central Heating Plant Boiler Repair; 305
Central Heating System, add antipolution elements, etc. (LPW act) ; 882
College of Education Addition & Alterations, Phase I; 462, 466, 473, 630
College of Education Addition & Alterations, Phase II; 466, 637
College of Educational Building Addition Phase III; 637
Community Parent-Teacher Education Center; 620
Day, Katharine C., Estate of; 120
Debusk Memorial Center; 619, 620
Development Fund; 589, 930, 1014, 1017
Englund, Eric, Estate of; 750
Environmental Studies Center; 620
Erb Memorial Union Building Repair & Replacement Reserve Account; 686
Erb Memorial Union Drop-in Child Care Center; 681
Esslinger Hall Addition; 637
Esslinger Hall Addition (Swimming Pool) ; 637, 642
Esslinger Hall/McArthur Court Locker Room Addition; 637
Esslinger Hall Remodel; 93, 648
Evaluation Center; 619, 620, 621
Experimental Center for Advancement of Invention & Innovation; 620
Fenton Hall Safety Corrections & Remodel; 95, 648
Forest Industries Management Center; 620
Franklin Blvd. Crossing; 637, 640, 642
Frentz, Ann, Grievance hearing; 286, 389
Friendly Hall Safety Deficiency Corrections Phase I & Remodeling; 293, 648
Gifts; 118, 315, 588, 750, 925, 1034
Gilbert Hall Carpeting; 648
Gilbert Hall remodeling & safety deficiency corrections, Phase I; 295
Graduate low-degree conferral programs; 654
Health, Physical Education & Recreation Improvements (East 15th Tennis Court Cover) ; 637, 642
Health, Physical Education & Recreation Improvements (Playing Fields) ; 637, 642
Hendricks Hall Alterations; 637, 648
Hendricks Hall Safety Corrections Phase I & Remodel; 296
Improvement various campus buildings Phase II, Phase III; 466
Incidental Fee Committee of ASUO; 682, 777
Institute for Community Art Studies; 620
Institute for Land Use Research; 619, 620
Institute for Social Science Research; 619, 620, 621
Institute of Industrial & Labor Relations; 620
Institute of Molecular Biology; 617, 620
Institute of Theoretical Science; 620
Labor Education & Research; 701, 737, 814
Landscaping Science Building 3rd Addition & Oregon Hall; 1005a
Main Science Building Remodeling; 728
Marine Biology Auditorium (Charleston) ; 504
Marine Biology Station Improve. Phase I (Charleston) ; 466, 642
Marine Biology Station Remodeling & Addition; 902
McArthur Court Balconies, N & S ends; 291
McArthur Court Electronic System Improvements; 93
Mother's Club; 122
Music Building Addition & Alterations; 163, 489, 504, 629, 1006
Music Building Renovations Phase II; 637
Northwest Community Education Development Center; 620
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology; 617, 620
OSU, Subgrant from; 121, 928
Physical Plant Dept. ; 902
Psychology Center & Human Research Building; 827
Purcell, William G., Estate of; 121
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I; 629
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase II; 462, 466, 473, 630
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase III; 637
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I (Deady Hall & College of Education) ; 567
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I (Lawerance Hall & Library Fire Safety Improve.) ; 566,

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Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I (McArthur Court Electrical System Improvements) ; 93,

571

Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I & Remodel (Condon Hall) ; 569, 648
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I & Remodel (Fenton Hall) ; 95, 567, 900
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I & Remodeling (Friendly Hall) ; 293
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I & Remodeling (Gilbert Hall) ; 293
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I & Remodeling (Gerlinger Hall) ; 570, 648
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase I & Remodeling (Hendricks Hall) ; 296, 899
School of Architecture & Allied Arts Addition & Alterations Phase I; 462, 466, 473, 631
School of Architecture & Allied Arts Addition & Alterations Phase II; 466, 637
School of Architecture & Allied Arts Addition & Alterations Phase III; 466, 637
Science Building 3rd Addition Remodel (Biology Teaching Laboratories) ; 637
Solar Energy Center; 620
Starr, Joseph K., Scholarship Trust; 724
Teaching Research Division, subgrant to; 752, 928
Tranport Logistics Center; 620
UOHSC subgrant to; 592, 930
Utility Improvements (Electrical Distribution System Modifications) ; 292
Utility Improvements (Electrical Phase II) ; 462, 466, 474, 631, 633
Utility Improvements (Heating System) ; 462, 466, 474, 631, 633
Utility Improvements, including energy conservation modifications; 637, 642
Various Campus Facility Improvements; 462, 473, 629, 631, 637, 640, 642, 648
Villard Hall Addition & Alterations (Broadcasting Theater) ; 637
Villard Hall Alterations; 466, 648, 649
Villard Hall Remodeling & Safety Deficiency Corrections Phase I; 294
Wallace, Lila Acheson, School of Community Service & Public Affairs; 154
Zimmerman, Joseph & Eva, Scholarship Endowment Fund; 7
Zimmerman property sale; 7, 563

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER:

Advisory Council; 824
American Indian & Alaskan Native Mental Health Research Center; 973, 979
Anderson, Jesse G., estate of; 176, 593
Basic Science Building Addition; 638
Belford, Dale, Family gift; 321
Betteridge, Mary A., Estate of; 122
Brackett, Constance M., Endowment; 827
Brown, Lester I., Estate of; 754
Budget 1976-77; 222, 528
Budget 1977-1979; 487, 816
Budget adjustment for enrollment change; 13
Building Modification, meet concerns safe employment (LPW act) ; 887
Campus Directional Control System Phase I; 638
Campus Service Building Remodel & Addition; 467, 489, 505, 638
Campus Services Building Reroofing; 305
Centers & Institutes; 972
Child Abuse Center; 975
Child Development & Rehabilitation Center Improvements; 638
Child Development & Research Center Alterations; 638
Children's Psychiatric Day Treatment Center; 974, 979
Clinic Building Addition (Independent Learning Facility) ; 638
Clinical Lab. & Outpatient Clinic Improve. ; 463, 467, 476, 631
Clinical Laboratory Building Improvements; 638
Clinical Research Center; 974, 979
Coe, Henry Waldo, Prize; 931
Crippled Children's Division Budget 1976-77; 224, 510, 536, 543
Crippled Children's Division Budget 1977-1979; 487, 814, 815, 816
Crippled Children's Division Clinic Centralization; 638
Curricular Adjustments; 166, 829
Daniels, Bessie M., estate of; 593
Davies, Carrie C., Estate of; 1042
Dental Clinics Budget 1976-77; 224, 486, 510, 537, 544
Dental Clinics Budget 1977-1979; 487, 815, 816, 820
Dental School & Medical School Tuition increases, opposition to; 286
Dental School Building Remodeling; 574
Dental School Building Remodel (Graduate Instruction Clinic) ; 638
Dental School Building Reroofing; 305
Dental School Continuing Education Dept. Alterations; 825
Dental School Gifts; 320, 592, 754, 930, 1042
Devers, Arthur H., Bequest income transfer; 172
De Young Estate; 122
Dickson, G. A., Estate of; 754
Dietary Food Service Remodel; 463, 467, 475, 625, 628, 629, 644
Electroencephalographic Technology Certificate; 829
Foundation; 1014, 1017, 1046
Gaines Hall Demolition; 638
Garrett, O. G., Estate of; 1042
Gifts; 122, 320, 592, 754, 930, 1042
Heating Plant, Phase I; 505
Heliport for Emergency Transport; 638
Hospital Charges; 731
Hospital Dental Service Alterations; 638
Hospitals & Clinics budget; 486
Hospitals & Clinics Pneumatic Tube System; 638
Hruby Hospital Bequest; 173
Human Genetics, Ph.D. program in; 166
Incidental Fees; 807
Increase in expenditure limitation; 2
Instruction fee level for medicine & dentistry continued; 1007
Jones, Emma, Hall; 489, 505
Jorgenson, Elsa M., Estate of; 593
Kirk, Sylvia, Bequest; 621
Library Remodel (Auditorium) ; 638
Lipid Metabolic Labs; 418
Mackenzie Hall Alterations; 173, 638
McDaniel, EstherA. Storm, Memorial Fund; 323
Medical Research Building Alterations (Animal Quarters Ventilation) ; 638
Medical Research Building Remodel; 417, 903
Medical Research Building Reroofing; 305
Medical School Alumni Association; 593, 932
Medical School Gifts; 122, 320, 593, 754, 931, 1042
Metabolic Labs. ; 418
Meyers, Karol Anne, Friends of; 594
Miller property, proposed sale of; 175, 621, 904
Moorman, Martha M., Estate of; 323
Morgan, J. R., Estate of; 932
Ophthalmology Clinic Expansion; 505, 572
Oregon Poison Control Center; 975, 979
Organization, Administrative Rules changed; 674
Ornduff, Elizabeth Davis, Estate of; 934
Osgood Leukemia Center; 975, 979
Ostoffer, John H., Estate of; 755
Parking Structure II Addition; 462
Patient fee schedules; 731
Pediatric Isolation Units; 827
Personnel Adjustments; 286
Physical Plant Building; 638
Preclinical Technique Dental Lab. ; 463, 467, 475, 630, 645
President's Residence; 505
Right-of-way S. W. 6th Ave. & S. W. 6th Ave. Drive, Proposal by City of Portland to narrow; 416
Rosenfeld Child Abuse Center; 975, 979
Rural Medical Act Budget 1976-77; 224, 545
Rural Medical Act Budget 1977-1979; 816, 819
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I; 629
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase II; 463, 467, 475, 630
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase III; 638
Safety Deficiency Correction Program Phase I, Hospital Fire Systems; 629
Singer, Margaret M.B., Estate of; 1044
Sprinkling System, University South/North; 505
Steinberg Estate; 934
Stout estate property sale to Charles A. Morgan; 672
Strom, Hazel, Estate of; 755
Student Activities Building; 807
Student-Teacher ratio improve. ; 814
Sutton, T. S., Estate of; 595
Teaching Hospital & Outpatient Clinic Budget 1976-77; 224, 510, 535, 542
Teaching Hospital & Outpatient Clinic Budget 1977-1979; 487, 814, 815, 816, 818
Tierney, Helen, Estate of; 934
TB Hospital budget; 816, 819
Tucker, Rose E., Estate of; 1044
University Hospital North Clinical Research Center; 418, 729
University Hospital North Dietary Food Service Remodel; 418, 730
University Hospital North Floor 3A; 505
University Hospital North Food Service; 505
University Hospital North Improve. ; 638
University Hospital North Remodel (Emergency Service) ; 638
University Hospital South Addition & Remodel; 463, 467, 475, 625, 631, 638
University Hospital South Dietary Areas Health & Safety Correction; 457
University Hospital South Emergency Power Distribution System Upgrading; 574
University Hospital South Food Service; 505
University Hospital South NICU; 505
University Hospital South Ophthalmology Clinic; 505, 572
University Hospital South Remodel (Administrative Offices) ; 638
University Hospital South, use of; 420
UO Medical School Advancement Fund; 1014
UO Regional Resources Center, Grant to; 124
Utility Improvements (Electrical & Water Systems) ; 297, 505
Utility Improvements Phase III; 638, 642
Utility Improvements (Steam Service Phase II) ; 463, 467, 475, 629, 631, 633
Utility Improvements (Water & Electric Services Phase II) ; 463, 467, 476, 631, 633
Various Campus Buildings Remodel; 638
Weeks, John E., Institute for Advancement of Ophthalmology; 979
Whitmer, Claire H., Estate of; 326

University of Utah; 942
University of Washington; 116, 313, 584, 645, 649, 764, 1030
Upjohn Company; 124, 1034
Ute Indian Tribe; 128

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Valley Crest Landscape, Inc. ; 1005a
Valley Nitrogen Producers; 749
Valley Plumbing & Heating; 732
Vancouver Elks Lodge #823; 761
Velsicol Chemical Corporation; 1034
Ver Haff, Katherine S., Trust; 129
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation; 119, 589
Vibbert Electric, Inc. ; 301
Vicon Instrument Company; 596
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 757
Vik Construction Company; 95, 568, 901
Viking Automatic Sprinkler Company; 891
Von Der Ahe, Flora M., Scholarship Fund; 127, 309, 328, 333, 1051, 1052

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W. E. Group, P. C. Architects; 96, 294
Wagner Mining Equipment, Inc. ; 129
Wahtonka Boosters Club; 741
Wahtonka Fund Award; 309
Wahtonka High School; 309
Walker, Thelma P., Trust Fund; 596
Walla Walla Elks Lodge #287; 740
Warm Springs Indian Agency Scholarship Fund; 127
Warner, Walker & Macy, P. C., Landscape Architects; 1005a
Wasco County Fruit & Produce League; 750
Washington Budget Analysis System for Libraries; 27
Washington County Unified Sewerage Agency; 309
Washington, George, Foundation; 333
Washington State Bulb Commission; 315, 588
Washington State Employment Security Department; 1026
Washington State University; 315, 650, 651
Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission; 588, 1034
Watt, CLoyd R., Construction Company; 174
Watts, Homer I. & Persephone B., Memorial Trust Fund; 334, 741
Waynesville Jaycee Wives Club; 126
Wentworth Foundation; 326
West Albany High School Girls League; 127
West Anchorage High School; 112
WesTcon; 129
Western Bank; 331
Western Conference of Teamsters Joint Council #37; 1037
Western Golf Association; 589
WICHE compact relationships; 454, 650
WICHE National Center for Higher Education Management Systems; 21
WICHE Residence rules; 47
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Scholarships; 741
Western Kraft Corporation; 309
Western Onion Growers Association; 750
Western Oregon Onion Growers; 588
Western Rod & Reel Club; 741
Western Sales Company; 741
Western States Arts Foundation; 334, 945, 1041
Westinghouse Hanford Company; 314, 1030
Westwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ; 124
Weyerhaeuser Company; 116, 761, 920, 1030
Wheeler Foundation; 326
Wheeler High School; 598
Whitehall Foundation, Inc. ; 938, 1021
Willamette A.B.C. Laboratories, Inc. ; 588, 924, 1024
Willamette High School Future Business Leaders of America; 598
Willamette University; 126, 331, 598
Willamette Veterinary Laboratory; 750
Willow Lodge #66, I.O.O.F. ; 1037
Wilson High Class of '64; 938
Winter Pear Control Committee; 750, 1034
Wintermute, Marjorie, AIA; 175
Wixson Scholarships; 1037
Wolff/Zimmer/Gunsul/Frasca Partnership; 574, 826
Women's Architectural League Scholarship; 589
Women's Auxiliary to Klamath County Medical Society; 112
Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Board; 610
Women's Intercollegiate Athletics funding; 681
Woodburn Fertilizer & Grain, Inc. ; 315
Woodside High School; 119, 589, 750
Workmen's Compensation Board; 459, 644
Writing Proficiency, Improving of in SSHE; 85
Wyman Youth Trust; 333

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Yakima Indian Nation; 598
Yakima Tribal Education Committee; 331, 334, 750, 939
Yale University; 119, 589
Yoncalla Business & Professional Women's Club; 128, 334
Yoncalla Lions Club; 127
Youell, Thomas H. ; Memorial Scholarship Fund; 3166, 589

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Zephyr Electric, Inc. ; 999
Zunwalt, Julia K., Trust Fund; 945, 1052















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