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4 Th News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Thur., Aug. 11, 1949
Board Of Higher Education
Makes Decisions Affecting
Operation Of State Colleges
ASHLAND, Aug. ll.-(.P) The
State Board of Higher Education
Tuesday handed out J343.200, re
elected all officers and approved
a numher of decrj'.ons affecting
oiieration of itate colleges.
The board, closinp a two-day
session at this southern Orfgon
city, also voted to set up .an
earthquake -recordlrg station In
Oregon. It will be established at
Oregon State college.
Vanport college at Portland
was assured of another year of
cperatlon. The board's secretary,
Charles D. Byrne, reported that
arrangements had been complet
ed with federal officials for con
tinuation of the school at Its
Oregon shipyard location.
Reelected to office were: Ed
gar W. Smith, Portland, presl
dent; Dr. R. E. Klelnsoige, Sll
verton, vice-president; Lief Fin
seth, Dallas, third member ot
the executive committee.
The $343,200 allocated is to go
to equipment funds lor state col
leges in the present biennlum.
All recommendations of com
mittees, agreed upon Monday,
New Center Planned
All centers set up by local
school districts for giving courses
ot collegiate credit t'nder the re
cent Dunn bill must use the term
community college if extension
co-operation is sought, the board
Dean Jack Cramer was Instruc
ted to Insist on the term "com
munity" when entering Into con
tracts to avoid confusion as to
the nature of these centers In
relation to degree-granting col
leges. Centers at Bend and Klamath
Falls are planned for the coming
year, Cramer reported.
Harry Dorman, New State bud
get director, attended the meet
ing and later met with officers
of the system and executives of
Institutions to discuss budgetary
procedures designed to carry out
governor Me Kay's Instructions
to atlain greatest economy con
aisttnt with service and effic
iency. Contract Rules Changed
A completely new set of regu
lations governing high school-college
contacts was adopted with
approval of amendments to the
administrative code, as recom
mended by both public school and
higher educational officials.
The old high school relations
committee name was changed to
bjgh school-college relations com
mittee with Dean Cramer as
chairman. Rules are Included to
control invitations from colleges
to high school students to at
tend campus affairs.
Another rule change tightens
up sabbatical leave privileges of
staff members to some extent.
Installation of a first-class seis
mograph station at Oregon Stale
college to be operated In cooper
ation with the University of Cal
ifornia was approved wilh al
location of $7971 to construct a
small building on a site selected
be U.S. Geodetic survey officials.
The money also will finance
Installation of the present small
OSC seismograph at Eastern Ore
gon College of Education as an
auxiliary station to plot earth
President A. L. Strand report
ed that a first-class Oregon sta-
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Council Crtst Trellty r
Routt Is Abandoned
PORTLAND, Aug. ll.mA
quaint trolley car route the
Council Crest Line loop around
the West Hills heights has been
abandoned after 2 years of oper
ation. The last car chanced around
shortly after midnight Tuesday
wun veteran motorman B. u Lo
gan at the controls. A bus will
replace the streetcars.
Council Crest cars will contin
ue to run between downtown and
the top of Vista avenue.
Asbestos Siding and Root Shingles
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engineers and Insurance compa
Other action Included: approv
ed arrangements to supply phy
sical plant services to all non
commercial areas in student un
ion buildings on all campuses.
Appropriated funds to pay for
state share in extending sewer
lines In Corvallis, serving the
college; approved arrangement
with Multnomah county commis
sioners for enlarging heating fa
cilities for county hospital and
medical school buildings.
Earlier it was Indicated the
board's new office site will be at
either Salem or Albany.
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