02/27/1965

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
February 27-28, 1965








02-27-1965

Pages 300-328



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

BOARD OF REGENTS

February 27, 1965



The Board of Regents met in the President's Office, Clark Admin-

istration building, Reno Campus, on Saturday, February 27, 1965.

Present were Regents Anderson, Davis, Hug, Jacobsen, Lombardi,

Magee and White; President Armstrong, Vice President-Finance

Humphrey and Engineer Rogers. Members of the Press were Mr.

Laxalt and Mr. Dromiack, Mrs. Glendon and Miss Miller.



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Anderson at 9:10 A.M.



1. Minutes of the Previous Meeting



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried

unanimously that the minutes of the previous meeting be

approved.



2. Report of the Legislative Committee Meeting of February 26,

1965



Mr. Hug read and discussed the minutes of the meeting of

the Legislative Committee as follows:



The Legislative Committee of the Board of Regents met

in the Hardy Room of the Jot Travis Student Union

building.



Present: Regents Anderson, Davis, Hug, Jacobsen, Magee,

Lombardi (for a portion of the meeting), Ronzone and

White; President Armstrong, Vice President Humphrey,

Mr. Walsh, Mr. Laxalt, Mr. Orlen and Dr. Sill.



The meeting was called to order by Mr. Hug, Chairman,

at 1:50 P.M.



Dr. Sill and Mr. Laxalt were present on behalf of the

proposed legislation concerning Whittell Forest. Dis-

cussion by the Committee resulted in the following

recommendations:



1. RE: Franktown Creek Water (Bill requiring suffi-

cient flow of water through Whittell Forest, and

declaring it beneficial use.)



Motion by Mr. Ronzone, seconded by Mr. Davis, car-

ried unanimously that the Committee recommend to

the Board that the above bill, approved earlier

by the Regents for introduction, be withdrawn and

that, instead, the Regents submit an application

for non-consumptive use of water to the appropriate

State Agency.



2. RE: Trespass Bill for Whittell Forest (Protects

the George Whittell Forest and Wildlife Area under

the control of the University of Nevada.)



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, car-

ried unanimously that the Committee recommend to

the Board that the draft of the above bill be ap-

proved with the following amendments:



a. The wording of Paragraph 5.1 be changed to read,

"and thereafter ... when any livestock owned or

under control of such person shall so stray,

such person is guilty of a misdemeanor."



b. Paragraph 8 be deleted.



President Armstrong reported to the Committee on the

general status of the University's proposed legislation

and certain other items of legislation of interest to

the University.



Dr. Anderson proposed the following resolution be recom-

mended by the Committee for action by the Board:



"The Board of Regents recognizes the difficulty

faced by the Legislature in attempting to adequately

support Higher Education from existing State revenue

sources. The Board believes that an increase in

revenue might be most sufficiently and equitably

achieved by an increase in the State Sales and Use

Tax of 1955. Therefore, the Board supports AB 246.



"The Board of Regents also recognizes the difficulty

faced by the Legislature in supporting the building

program essential to increase the facilities avail-

able for Higher Education. The Board believes that

this need can be made adequately and reasonably met

by increasing the permissible base of State bonded

indebtedness."



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

unanimously that Dr. Anderson's proposed resolution

be recommended for adoption by the Board.



The meeting adjourned at 3:30 P.M.



/s/ Bonnie Smotony



Action by the Board:



Item #1 Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried

unanimously that the recommendation of the Com-

mittee be approved by the Board.



Item #2 Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried

with Mrs. Magee abstaining, that the recommendation

of the Committee be approved by the Board.



Concerning Dr. Anderson's proposed resolution, as stated in

the minutes of the Legislative Committee meeting, and the

action of the Committee in recommending its adoption by the

Board, the following action was taken by the Board:



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried unani-

mously that the recommendation of the Committee be approved

by the Board and the proposed resolution be transmitted to

all members of the Legislature.



Further discussion of the legislative program resulted in

the following action by the Board:



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unanimous-

ly that the following resolution be adopted and copies dis-

tributed to all members of the Legislature:



"The Board of Regents recommends deletion of that

portion of Section 14, AB 126, relating to compensa-

tion of members of the Board of Regents."



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. White, carried unani-

mously that the University's earler offer of a site for the

Nevada Historical Society be reaffirmed by letter to the

Society.



3. Report of Plant and Property Committee Meeting of February

16, 1965



Mr. Jacobsen read and discussed the minutes of the Plant

and Property Committee meeting, as follows:



The Plant and Property Committee of the Board of Regents

met in the Travis Lounge of the Jot Travis Student Union

building.



Present: Regents Anderson, Davis, Hug, Jacobsen, Magee,

Ronzone, White; President Armstrong, Vice President

Humphrey, Engineer Rogers, Deans Anderson, Bohmont and

Kelly, Dr. Stein, Mr. Walsh and Mr. Hancock.



The meeting was called to order by Mr. Jacobsen, Chair-

man, at 3:35 P.M.



1. Acquisition of Land for Nye Hall



When application was first made to H. H. F. A. on

this project, the plans called for two buildings,

each 4 stories. At that time, H. H. F. A. approved

acquisition of the approximately 5.156 acres in the

cemetery as a project cost. The plans were then

changed and a single 8 story building project was

submitted to H. H. F. A. for approval. Again H. H.

F. A. issued a loan agreement and acquisition of

the entire site was included as a project cost.

The property was purchased from the Roman Catholic

Church with a bank loan which was to be repaid with

the proceeds of the sale of the H. H. F. A. certifi-

cates.



On February 5, Mr. Rogers and Mr. Ted Selden, of the

architectural firm of Selden & Stewart, consulted

with H. H. F. A. officials in San Francisco. H. H.

F. A. now says that their approval of the acquisi-

tion of this much land as a project cost was a mis-

take and that approximately 1.983 acres (86,400 sq.

ft.) will have to be funded in some manner other

than as a Nye Hall project cost. The acquisition

cost was approximately $1.48 per sq. ft.; therefore,

$127,872 of separate financing will be required.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Davis,

carried unanimously that the Committee recommend

that the Board of Regents authorize a negotiated

sale of the property at the acquisition cost with

an option to repurchase within six years at the

purchase price plus interest not to exceed 4% per

year.



2. Bid Results, Physical Education Facilities, Phase I,

Contract 2



Mr. Rogers presented a copy of low bid amounts of

A. S. Johnson. Funds are available to place under

contract the Base Bid and Alternates H and I.



Mr. Hancock of the State Planning Board has informed

the University Engineer that the Legislature is con-

sidering funding $200,000 to assist in the comple-

tion of the Stadium area, expressing a desire that

the parking lot and landscaping be accomplished.



The Planning Board staff has estimated that approxi-

mately $92,000 is required to develop the parking

lot. If Alternates A, C, D and G were accomplished,

the $107,300 would be required. The funds would be

approximately $200,000.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried

unanimously that the Committee recommend to the

Board that the $200,000 be requested of the Legisla-

ture to accomplish the parking lot development and

Alternates A, C, D and G.



3. 4-H Camp Sewer Line Easement



In return for the grant of an easement to Douglas

County Sewer District No. 1 through 4-H Camp prop-

erty at Lake Tahoe by the University of Nevada, the

said District will do the following things:



1. Annex the said 4-H property to the District and

hook up sewer service as soon as capacity is

available.



2. Waive all fees and charges for annexation, hook

up and service, except maintenance and operation

cost based on usage, and plan-checking and in-

spection fee.



3. The District would not permit the proposed ease-

ment to encroach or interfere with any easement

or right of way presently existing for the bene-

fit or in behalf of the 4-H property.



4. The sewer line for which the easement is to be

given will be buried deep enough so as not to

impede the use of the 4-H property.



5. In addition, the District would agree to the

general location of the proposed easement and

that the required width would be 10 feet.



Dean Bohmont has stated that the general consensus

is that the value of the above concessions received

for this easement is in the area of $100,000.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Davis, car-

ried unanimously that the Committee recommend that

the Board approve the negotiation terms and, if

transfer to the Board of Regents of the property is

not accomplished by passage of legislation, recom-

mend to the Legislature that the easement be granted

and the statute include the terms as listed above.



4. Proposed Greenhouse Structures for Valley Road

Field Laboratory



The College of Agriculture is developing plans for

additional small greenhouse and storage units at

the Valley Road Field Laboratory. These units are

considered temporary structures because of their

portable nature, and will be constructed with Agri-

cultural Research Service, USDA, funds. This will

add valuable facilities to our cooprative program

between the ARS and the University of Nevada.



The headhouse is proposed to be a steel butler-type

building. Since the entire installation is of a

temporary nature, even though some of it is port-

able, Regents' consideration is desired.



As a point of information, the following excerpt

from the minutes from the Board of Regents' meeting

of September 18, 1964 was introduced:



Item 2. Policy on Type of Buildings to be

Constructed on Valley Road Experiment Station



Recommendation: The University Engineer re-

quested that a policy be adopted as to the type

of materials to be used in the construction of

buildings on the Valley Road Experiment Station.

No steel buildings should be erected; materials

comparable to those used in Agricultural Me-

chanics Shop and Fish and Game buildings should

be used.



Committee Action: It was the consensus of the

Committee that permanent buildings of those

types of materials be used and that no buildings

of steel should be constructed on the Valley

Road Farm.



No formal action was taken by the Board on this

item.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, car-

ried unanimously that the plans of the College of

Agriculture with regard to above buildings be

approved.



5. Nuclear Waste Product Disposal Area



Mr. Rogers presented a request from Dr. Dean C.

Fletcher, Chairman, Radiological Safety Board and

Health Physicist, that a radio-isotope and nuclear

waste product disposal area be designated. This

area must be fenced and marked as a radioactive

hazard area and must be large enough that burials

could be handled over a period of several years.

It should be an area in which the soil is porous

and easy to work at least to a depth of 5 feet.

These wastes, generally, will not be of great

size or highly radioactive, but will be things

that can be buried easily. Most of these items

cannot be disposed of in any other way. This area

should be somewhat near the Campus for ease in

transporting materials to the site and for regular

surveillance of the area. However, it should not

be in an area where possible ground-water contami-

nation might occur.



Mr. Rogers recommended an area on Campus, east of

the Stadium, above the Tennis Court, but indicated

that other areas might be located which could prove

suitable.



Dr. Fletcher came into the meeting to explain more

fully the need for this burial area. He stated

that AEC requires such an area and mentioned that

he was investigating several abandoned well holes

located in a forest camp approximately 5 miles from

Reno that could possibly be utilized for this pur-

pose.



Dr. Fletcher was asked to investigate this possi-

bility further and submit a report to the Regents

at their next meeting.



6. Right of Way Exchange (at 4-H Camp) by State of

Nevada and Mr. Kahle



Mr. Rogers pointed out to the Committee that the

University staff has been working on this right of

way since 1958. He stated that, in his opinion, Mr.

Kahle has not negotiated in good faith. A title

company has given clear title to a buyer from Mr.

Kahle of some land over which the right of way lies,

but now realizes it erred in doing so. Mr. Kahle

still owns some of the property over which the right

of way extends. It is suggested that no legislation

be sought to enable an exchange of rights of way

since the Kahle property mentioned cannot clear

title until the right of way has been given up by

the State.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried

unanimously that this matter be tabled until the

Legislature takes action on acquisition of 4-H

property by Board of Regents.



7. Report on Possible Educational Use of Stead Air

Force Base and Winnemucca Radar Base



President Armstrong commented on the earlier report

mailed to the Committee regarding the Radar Base

at Winnemucca. Dean Anderson presented a compre-

hensive report, prepared by himself, Dean Kelly

and Mr. Joel Orlen, concerning the possible uses

of Stead Air Force Base by the University in carry-

ing out a Technical Education Program.



Motion by Dr. Anderson, seconded by Mr. Davis,

carried unanimously that the Administration be

instructed to proceed with investigation of methods

of acquiring the areas of both facilities described

here, to confer with Mr. Bradford or other repre-

sentatives as necessary, and to look into possibil-

ity of acquiring other items, such as hospital

equipment, laboratory equipment, and any other

items which may be of use to the University.



The meeting adjourned at 5:25 P.M.



/s/ Bonnie Smotony



Action by the Board:



Item #1 Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen,

carried unanimously that the recommendation of

the Committee be adopted by the Board.



Item #2 Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Davis,

carried unanimously that the recommendation of

the Committee be adopted by the Board.



Item #3 Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Davis,

carried unanimously that the recommendation of

the Committee be adopted by the Board, with

the following request made of the District:



"that the District be requested to use any excess

dirt to fill the swamp area".



Item #4 Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Hug, car-

ried unanimously that the action of the Committee

become the action of the Board.



Item #5 Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Davis,

carried unanimously that the action of the Com-

mittee become the action of the Board.



Item #6 Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mrs. Magee,

carried unanimously that the action of the Com-

mittee become the action of the Board.



Item #7 Motion by Mr. Jackson, seconded by Mr. Davis,

carried unanimously that the action of the Com-

mittee become the action of the Board.



4. Progress Report, Building Program



Mr. Rogers presented the following report from the State

Planning Board, showing the status of capital improvement

projects of the University of Nevada under the jurisdiction

of the Nevada State Planning Board:



1. University of Nevada, Reno Campus



(a) Construction Projects



1. Physical Education Facilities, Contract II -

Contract awarded to A. S. Johnson, Sparks,

for base bid and alternates H and I for

$494,200. Construction scheduled to start

on February 24.



2. Extension of Electrical Service to Rooms 332,

335 and 336, Engineering Building - Contract

completed on Februay 15, 1965.



3. Crane and Metal Stairway, Engineering Building

- Contract completed on February 12, 1965.



4. Kitchen Exhaust Duct - Jot Travis Student Union

Building - Project still delayed pending de-

livery of fan from factory.



5. Anchors and Support Cradles for Hot Water Pip-

ing System, Engineering Building - Material

was delivered to University on February 22 for

University installation.



6. Landscaping, Site Development, Engineering

Building and White Pine Hall - Bids will be

opened on March 16.



7. Engineering-Mines Building - Installation of

Valves - Hillcrest Plumbing Company submitted

only bid on January 22 for $1935. Bid was

rejected at request of University.



(b) Design Projects



1. Social Science Building - Architect's design

contract has been amended by endorsement to

establish a completion date of July 30, 1965.



2. Physical Science Building - Further design

work is being held pending legislative action

on funding construction money.



3. Dormitory - Bidding of this project is pending

approval of H. H. F. A. which requires addi-

tional information from University.



2. Nevada Southern University



(a) Construction Projects



1. Social Science Building - Project is 80.6%

complete.



(b) Design Projects



1. Landscaping - Preparation of contract to design

Campus landscaping is pending receipt of a

scope of work from University.



2. Land Acquisition - Additional acquisitions are

dependent on legislative action concerning

Campus boundary.



3. Utilities for Dormitory - Project should be

out to bid in March. Tentative cost estimate

is $25,000.



Mr. Rogers also presented the following status report of

capital improvement projects under University supervision:



A. Construction Projects



Residence, Southern Nevada Field Laboratory, Logandale,

Nevada - 60% complete.



B. Design



1. Plantmix Overlay, Lower Campus, Reno - Design com-

pleted, will be bid late Spring.



2. Chipseal Campus Streets, Reno - Will be bid late

Spring.



3. Evans Walk, Reno - Will be bid late Spring.



4. Radiological Laboratory Project, Las Vegas Campus -

Bid opening date March 22, 1965, 2:00 P.M.



5. Dormitory and Dining Hall, Las Vegas Campus - Plan

checking.



6. DRI Water Resources Building - Bid opening date

March 24, 1965, 2:00 P.M.



7. Renewable Resources Building for Fleischmann College

of Agriculture - Preparing application for Federal

government support.



8. Planters and Seats at Jot Travis - Final plans being

prepared.



5. Dr. Anderson introduced Mr. Walter Wilson, Treasurer of the

Lillie Stock Testimonial Fund, Inc., who presented to the

Board of Regents a gift of annual interest from a $10,000

trust fund to establish scholarship grants for children who

have been residents of the Nevada State Children's Home.



6. Personnel Appointments and Recommendations



Personnel appointments and recommendations were presented by

the President as follows:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Appointments as follows:



Holyoke P. Adams, Ph. D., Associate Nutritionist and Dairy

Specialist in Animal Science for the period March 1 to June

30, 1965 at an annual salary rate of $10,757.



K. Colin Betts, Lecturer in Soil Science for the Spring

semester - $958.33



Gary Brent Busch, Graduate Assistant in Agricultural Educa-

tion and Agricultural Economics for the period February 15

to June 30, 1965 - $1265



James Jack Murray, Graduate Assistant (3/4 time) in Plant

Science for the Spring semester - $2070



David F. Nichols, Graduate Assistant in Plant Science for

the Spring semester at an annual salary rate of $3450.



Leave of Absence as follows:



Ray K. Petersen, Agricultural Experiment Station, Logandale,

extension of sick leave from February 1 to March 1, 1965.



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Appointments as follows:



Robert M. Arvidson, Graduate Assistant in Psychology (re-

appointment) for the Spring semester - $1200



Ardley H. Caldwell, Graduate Assistant in Sociology and

Anthropology for the Spring semester - $1150



Edmund G. Doherty, Graduate Assistant in Psychology (1/4

time) for the Spring semester - $575



Keith L. Schall, Graduate Assistant in English for the

Spring semester - $1150



Shirley A. Smith, Graduate Assistant in English for the

Spring semester - $1150



Post-Retirement Appointment as follows:



Paul R. Eldridge, Professor of English, for the academic

year 1965-66, as recommended by the Academic Council.



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Appointment as follows:



James Lee Mercer, Graduate Assistant in Management (1/4

time) for the Spring semester - $575



Leave of Absence as follows:



Dr. William Houwink, extension for second year without pay

through 1965-66 academic year to continue teaching at

Robert College, Istanbul, Turkey.



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Appointments as follows:



Eugene V. Kosso, Assistant on the Nevada Atmospheric Re-

search Project for the period December 9-29, 1964 - $269.20,

and for the period January 6-29, 1965 - $269.20



Robert Borden Reams, Assistant to the Director for Special

Projects (1/2 time) for the period February 8 to June 30,

1965 at an annual salary rate of $7500.



Frederick W. Sleight, Program Coordinator for the period

February 23 to April 23, 1965 - $1500



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Appointment as follows:



Gerald R. Reed, Ed. D., Assistant Professor of Secondary

Education for the Spring semester at a salary of $4000.



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Appointments as follows:



Robert O. Davis, Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineering

for the Spring semester - $1150



Robert E. Parker, Graduate Assistant in Electrical Engineer-

ing for the Spring semester - $1250



Yudh Vir Rajput, Lecturer in Electrical Engineering (re-

appointment, 2/3 time) for the Spring semester - $2100



GENERAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION



Appointments as follows:



John A. Aragon, Associate Professor of School Administration

for the period June 15 to July 24, 1965 - $1561.30



Robert L. Armstrong, Instructor in Philosophy for the period

February 9 to May 27, 1965 - $525



John A. Bailey, Instructor in Secondary Education for the

period February 9 to May 27, 1965 - $525



John Bailiff, Instructor in Philosophy for the period

February 2 to April 29, 1965 - $600 (Nellis Air Force Base)



Philip C. Bettler, Instructor in Physical Education for

the period February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $87.50



Violet Bowers, Instructor in Anatomy for the period Septem-

ber 1, 1964 to January 29, 1965 - $240 (Nevada Southern)



George A. Broten, Instructor in Physical Education for the

period February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $350



Harold N. Brown, Instructor in Education for the period

February 8 to May 27, 1965 - $350



Erven Brundage, Professor of Elementary Education for the

period July 26 to August 13, 1965 - $99.80



Marlene A. Butorac, Instructor in Elementary Education for

the period February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Gary W. Campbell, Instructor in Technical Mathematics for

the period February 22 to March 5, 1965 - $60 (Ely)



Herman Chaloff, Instructor in Music for the period February

8 to May 27, 1965 - $350



Robert K. Coe, Lecturer, Personnel Seminar, February 1,

1965 - $50



Robert E. Collison, Instructor in Mathematics for the

period February 9 to May 27, 1965 - $350



Elisabeth J. Constantino, Instructor in Mathematics for

the period February 8 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Joel Cooper, Instructor in English for the period February

2 to June 5, 1965 - $525



Dana Davis, Instructor in Secondary Education for the period

February 8 to May 27, 1965 - $525



James C. Davis, Instructor in School Administration for the

period February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Leo R. Day, Instructor in Accounting for the period July 27

to August 6, 1965 - $450



Phyllis Day, Instructor in English for the period February

4 to June 3, 1965 - $1150



Willard F. Day, Instructor in Psychology for the period

February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Herbert Diamante, Instructor in English for the period

February 9 to May 27, 1965 - $350



Michael J. Disanza, Instructor in Technical Mathematics for

the period February 22 to March 5, 1965 - $84



Melvin Dunn, Professor of Elementary Education for the

period June 16 to August 27, 1965 - $3836.80



Roy E. Dye, Jr., Instructor in Technical Mathematics for

the period February 22 to March 5, 1965 - $192



Paul R. Eldridge, Instructor in English for the period

February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $350



Paul Escallier, Instructor in Technical Mathematics for the

period February 22 to March 5, 1965 - $48



Peter K. Etzkorn, Instructor in Sociology for the period

February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Dean C. Fletcher, Instructor in Nursing for the period

February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $700



Kay S. Fowler, Instructor in Anthropology for the period

February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $525



William Gallinger, Instructor in Mathematics for the period

February 2 to April 29, 1965 - $600 (Nellis Air Force Base)



Grant R. Gifford, Instructor in Elementary Education for

the period February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $750



Thomas D. Gilmore, Instructor in Psychology for the period

February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $105



Gerald P. Ginsburg, Instructor in Psychology for the period

February 8 to May 27, 1965 - $350



Agnes Harcar, Instructor in Speech for the period February

8 to May 27, 1965 - $350



David W. Hettich, Instructor in English for the period

February 8 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Brent Hinze, Instructor in Psychology for the period Feb-

ruary 1 to April 28, 1965 - $600 (Nellis Air Force Base)



James W. Hulse, Instructor in History for the period

February 9 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Andrew C. Jackson, Instructor in Technical Drafting for

the period January 29 to February 16, 1965 - $300



George Jeffs, Assistant Professor of Education for the

period July 27 to August 10, 1965 - $397



A. Rex Johnson, to participate in Personnel Seminar for

the period February 1 to March 31, 1965 - $400



Alfred T. Jones, Instructor in Technical Mathematics for

the period January 30 to February 17, 1965 - $300 (Carson

City)



Roberta Kirchner, Instructor in English for the period

February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $1050



Harold L. Kirkpatrick, Instructor in History for the period

February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $600 (Stead Air Force Base)



Lawton B. Kline, Instructor in Spanish for the period Feb-

ruary 9 to May 27, 1965 - $350



Vincent Knauf, Instructor in Speech for the period June 16

to July 24, 1965 - $1881.50



Eugene V. Kosso, Instructor in Electrical Engineering for

the period February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $750 (Las Vegas)



Ira La Rivers, Instructor in Zoology for the period

February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Ralph C. Lundgreen, Instructor in English for the period

February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $525 (Nevada Southern)



Pearl Lupin, Professor of Secondary Education for the

period June 15 to July 24, 1965 - $759.70



Paul Macura, Instructor in Russian for the period February

8 to May 27, 1965 - $875



Richard C. Minor, Instructor in Business Administration for

the period February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $600 (Stead Air

Force Base)



Harold G. Morehouse, Instructor in Education for the period

February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Mayrelee Newman, Assistant Professor of Education for the

period June 16 to July 24, 1965 - $1253.10



John Norseth, Instructor in Symbolic Programming for the

period January 14 to March 15, 1965 - $300



Chauncey W. Oakley, Instructor in Mathematics for the per-

iod February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $400 (Stead Air Force Base)



Jutta E. Passler, Instructor in Spoken German for the period

February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $216



Stanley A. Pearl, Instructor in Political Science for the

period February 9 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Raymond Pence, Instructor in Practical Training, Southern

Nevada Memorial Hospital, for the period September 1, 1964

to January 29, 1965 - $240



Chester F. Pinkerton, Instructor in Mathematics for the

period February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Calvin H. Reed, Instructor in Elementary Education for the

period February 9 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Jerald M. Reynolds, Instructor in Music for the period

February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $350



James S. Roberts, Instructor in Political Science for the

period February 9 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Otto J. Sadovszky, Instructor in German for the period

February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $875



Donald W. Samuels, Instructor in Technical Mathematics for

the period February 22 to March 5, 1965 - $96



Aletha P. Scarangello, Assistant Professor of Elementary

Education for the period June 15 to July 24, 1965 - $1044.70



Anthony Scarangello, Professor of Education for the period

June 15 to July 24, 1965 - $1824.70



Valerie H. Shinavar, Instructor in Political Science for

the period February 8 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Richard C. Sill, Instructor in Physical Education for the

period February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $87.50



Yvonne Steffen, Instructor in Spanish for the period Feb-

ruary 2 to May 27, 1965 - $1000 (Nellis Air Force Base)



Len G. Sterling, Instructor in Accounting for the period

February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $525



John Tibbett, Professor of Elementary Education for the

period July 26 to August 13, 1965 - $1024.30



Thomas T. Tucker, Jr., Instructor in School Administration

for the period February 8 to May 27, 1065 - $525



Gary Vance, Instructor in Programming for the period Janu-

ary 18 to March 17, 1965 - $210



Kathleen Waite, Instructor in Elementary Education for the

period February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $600



Glen D. Weaver, Instructor in Geography for the period

February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Rosaline Weaver, Instructor in Accounting for the period

February 4 to May 27, 1965 - $700



R. De Verl Willay, Instructor in Elementary Education for

the period February 10 to May 27, 1965 - $525



H. Jennings Woods, Instructor in English for the period

February 1 to May 27, 1965 - $600 (Yerington)



Stinson E. Worley, Instructor in Elementary Education for

the period February 8 to May 27, 1965 - $525



Leave of Absence as follows:



N. H. Carver, Coordinator, CDUEP, for one year without pay,

beginning July 1, 1965.



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Appointments as follows:



Norbert L. Archbold, Ph. D., Assistant Economic Geologist

for the period February 1 to June 30, 1965 at an annual

salary rate of $10,757.



Charles F. Armstrong, Graduate Assistant in Geology-Geogra-

phy for the Spring semester - $1380



NEVADA SOUTHERN



Appointments as follows:



William M. Alsup, Lecturer in Chemistry for the period

February 4 to June 5, 1965 - $550



Robert H. Bentley, Lecturer in English for the period

February 4 to June 5, 1965 - $525, and Instructor in English

for the Spring semester - $3,400



Henry A. Bergolofsy, Lecturer in Accounting for the Spring

semester - $750



William G. Bradley, Lecturer in Zoology for the Spring

semester - $275



Raymond Breer, Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering for the

Spring semester - $525



Felicia F. Campbell, Lecturer in English for the Spring

semester - $525



William D. Carlson, Lecturer in Psychology for the Spring

semester - $350



Howard Chase, Lecturer in Music for the period February 4

to June 5, 1965 - $1100



Robert D. Cremer, Lecturer in History for the Spring se-

mester - $525



Ruth Dolin, Lecturer in French for the Spring semester -

$875



Monroe C. Fischer, Lecturer in Economics for the Spring

semester - $525



Beverly J. Fund, Lecturer in Accounting for the Spring

semester - $350



Lorena A. Hamrick, Lecturer in Elementary Education for

the Spring semester - $525



Norman A. Harris, Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering for

the Spring semester - $725



Edwin A. Horn, Lecturer in Mathematics for the Spring

semester - $350



A. Rex Johnson, Lecturer in Marketing for the Spring semes-

ter - $525



Mary C. Johnson, Lecturer in Art for the Spring semester -

$875



Don F. Kenny, Lecturer in Elementary Education for the

Spring semester - $350



Harry Pifer, Lecturer in Electrical Engineering for the

Spring semester - $525



Lee Pivornick, Lecturer in French for the Spring semester -

$875



Jogindar Ratti, Instructor in Mathematics for the Spring

semester - $525



Charles Reinert, Lecturer in Physics for the Spring semes-

ter - $950



Francis L. Rose, Lecturer in Secondary Education for the

Spring semester - $525



Donald E. Schmiedel, Lecturer in Foreign Language for the

academic year 1965-66 at a salary of $7776.



Clifford Segerblom, Lecturer in Art for the Spring semes-

ter - $450



Edward M. Singer, Lecturer in English for the Spring semes-

ter - $525



Robert Smith, Lecturer in Chemistry for the Spring semester

- $275



Bob F. Steere, Lecturer in Biology for the Spring semester

- $800



Herbert C. Wells, Lecturer in Geology for the Spring semes-

ter - $800



Herman W. Westfall, Lecturer in Accounting for the Spring

semester - $750



William N. Willard, Lecturer in Art for the Spring semester

- $675



Joseph I. Leveque, Lecturer in Zoology for the Spring semes-

ter - $900



Paul M. Mc Cullough, Lecturer in Psychology for the Spring

semester - $525



Karen E. Moore, Lecturer in Mathematics for the Spring

semester - $350



Don R. Murphy, Instructor in Geography for the Spring semes-

ter - $525



Peter L. Myer, Instructor in Art for the Spring semester -

$675



Reuben Newmann, Lecturer in Accounting for the Spring

semester - $750



Post-Retirement Appointment as follows:



Dr. Sigrid Moe, Associate Professor of English for the

academic year 1965-66, as recommended by the Academic

Council.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried unani-

mously that the appointments be confirmed and the recom-

mendations be approved.



7. Acceptance of Gifts



President Armstrong recommended acceptance of the following

gifts and grants which had been received by the University:



Library, Reno Campus, from the following donors:



Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Barkley, Fallon - $5 for purchase of

books in memory of Mrs. Harvey Gross.



Mr. Norman D. Brown, Smith Valley - a copy of "The Romance

of the Episcopal Church in West Tennessee, 1832-1964", in-

scribed by author Ellen Davies-Rodgers, in memory of Lucile

Dressler Brown.



Mr. N. H. Carver, University of Nevada, Reno - 10 books and

other material.



Mrs. Ruth M. Collins, Reno - a copy of "The Barbary Coast"

by Herbert Asbury, in memory of Dr. M. R. Walker.



Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Cummings, Sacramento, California - $5

for purchase of books in memory of Mrs. Harvey Gross.



Mr. Louis Mead Dixon, Reno - 8 cartons of law books.



Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dorworth, Reno - $5 for purchase of books

in memory of Mrs. Harvey Gross.



Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Dressler, Gardnerville - $10 for pur-

chase of books in memory of Mr. Charles Nelson, and $30 for

purchase of books in memory of Mrs. Wallace Park, Mrs.

Alice Micheo Nalder and Mr. Dave Borsini.



Mr. and Mrs. David R. Fritschi, Reno - $10 for purchase of

books in memory of Mr. James N. Bernard.



Mrs. Alton Jack, Verdi - a copy of "Reminiscences" by

Mac Arthur, in memory of Charlotte Towle Sanford.



Dr. Harold L. Kirkpatrick, University of Nevada, Reno - 2

German books, "Erfurt Liederbuch" and "Funfzig Fabeln",

for juveniles.



Mrs. Clyde Martel, Dallas, Texas - $5 for purchase of

books in memory of Mrs. Harvey Gross.



Mrs. Lon S. McGirk, Reno Campus - a copy of her book "'Tis

the Set of the Sails".



Dr. Vaughn Minas, Reno - volumes I and II of "Traite d'

Anatomie Topographique" avec "Applications Medico-Chirurgi-

cales", by L. Testut and O. Jacob.



Mr. K. J. Mueller, Reno - $25 for purchase of books in

memory of Mrs. Janet Sharon Johnston.



Mrs. Olga Reifschneider, Reno - a number of issues of the

magazine "Eskimo".



Dr. Alan Roche, Sparks - a package of magazines.



Miss Betty J. Ryan, Anchorage, Alaska - $5 for purchase of

books in memory of Mrs. Harvey Gross.



Major Gordon A. Sampson, Reno - "Washoe County Prospectus

and Notice of Sale".



Mrs. Nita Spangler, Redwood City, California - Xerox copy

of the 1860 Utah census.



Professor Walter H. Voskuil, Reno - copy of "A Treasury of

Art Masterpieces from the Renaissance to the Present Day",

edited by Thomas Craven.



Mr. Charles G. Wessells, Reno - $10 for the Book Fund.



Women's American Auxiliary Institute of Mining Engineers,

Columbus Section, Worthington, Ohio - $10 for purchase of

books for Mackay School of Mines.



Library, Las Vegas Campus, from the following donors:



Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Baker, Las Vegas - $10 for purchase of

books in memory of Mr. Will Beckley.



Congressman Walter Baring, Washington, D. C. - 3-volume

set of the latest edition of the Minerals Yearbook.



Mr. A. C. Grant, Las Vegas - 18 miscellaneous volumes,

valued at $125.



Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kunkel, Las Vegas - $10 for purchase

of a book in memory of Mr. Will Beckley.



Mrs. Ryland G. Taylor, Las Vegas - $20 for purchase of books

in memory of Mr. Will Beckley.



Scholarship and Prizes Payments as follows:



Allstate Foundation, Sacramento, California - $300 to their

scholarship fund account, for Miss Claudia Treharne and a

Fall semester Nursing student.



Anonymous - $55 to the Physical Education Scholarship Fund.



Bell of Nevada, Reno - $50 to the Mathematics Price Contest

Gift Fund.



Crown Zellerbach Foundation, San Francisco, California -

$500 for their Journalism Scholarship Fund.



Kiwanis Club of Reno - $250 to the Kiwanis Youth Service

Scholarship Fund.



Ladies Auxiliary VFW Department of Nevada, Henderson - $150

for their scholarship fund, for Mr. William Rawlins.



National Association of Secondary-School Principals, Wash-

ington, D. C. - $232 to the Betty Crocker Search Scholarship

Fund for Darlene Lois Beggerly.



Reno Business and Professional Women's Club - $500 to their

scholarship fund, in memory of Lillian Gillson, to be used

as a Nursing award.



Mrs. Margery T. Scott, Reno - $6 to the Physical Education

Scholarship Fund.



Sunrise Hospital Women's Auxiliary, Las Vegas - $1000 to

their scholarship fund for Barbara Burgett, Jolene Kernan

and Louise Payne.



Mrs. W. H. Wallace, Reno - $10 to the Physical Education

Scholarship Fund.



Winnemucca Assembly, Order of Rainbow Girls, Winnemucca -

$250 to their scholarship fund for Miss Bernice Hornbarger.



Women's Auxiliary of Nevada State Pharmaceutical Associa-

tion, Reno - $10 to their scholarship fund in memory of

Mrs. Dorothy Traub.



New Scholarship as follows:



Little Stock Testimonial Fund, Inc. - Annual interest from

$10,000 trust fund available for scholarship grants for

the children who have been residents of the Nevada State

Children's Home and who have graduated from high school

and who enroll at the University of Nevada.



To the Nevada Southern Music Concert Series, Las Vegas,

from the following donors:



Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Cadura, Las Vegas - $10

Confederated Students of Nevada Southern - $100

Mrs. G. William Coulthard, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Cunningham, Las Vegas - $5

Miss Katina Economou, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Jess E. Faupell, Las Vegas - $5

Mrs. Effie Foremaster, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. Elton M. Garrett, Boulder City - $20

Mrs. Dorothy Huss George, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldstein, Las Vegas - $5

Rev. and Mrs. Herman Kinnory, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Launders, Las Vegas - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Chester Lockwood, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Luce, Las Vegas - $15

Mrs. Alice Mc P. Morgan, Las Vegas - $10

The Service League of Las Vegas, Inc. - $4500 for pur-

chance of 7-foot Steinway Concert Grand Piano (in

honor of Dr. James Dickinson).

Captain and Mrs. Robert Steffen, Las Vegas - $10

Mrs. Sylvia Upwall, Las Vegas - $5

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. White, Boulder City - $10



To the Center for Western North American Studies from the

following donors:



Mrs. Betty Beyer, Reno - scrapbook of mementos from the

gubernatorial campaign of Governor Edward Carville.



Mr. Harold W. Fleischer, Reno - records and files of Reno

Bus Lines.



Mr. Darrell B. Lemaire, Reno - copy of Shoshone-English-

French dictionary.



Mr. Frank Lindsay, Reno - retired records of the Nevada

Transit Company.



Mrs. Hazel Gardella, Reno - 1964 Republican Campagin materi-

al made available by the Washoe County Republican Head-

quarters.



Miscellaneous Gifts from the following donors:



Mr. J. R. Alcorn, Fallon - to University Museum of Biology:

58 museum skins of mammals; 1 jar preserved bats; 1 jar

preserved amphibians and reptiles.



California Chemical Company, Clovis, California - $500 to

College of Agriculture for research program on "Control of

Alfalfa Weevil", under direction of Dr. Harold Arnett.



Mrs. Richard Magee, Austin - to the University Press: an

Indian lancehead (the lancehead was inspiration for Uni-

versity Press imprint on all publications).



Mrs. Marian H. Pickert, Phoenix, Arizona - an undivided

1/256 interest in the Milton Davis "A" oil and gas mining

lease covering 636.28 acres of land in Atascosa County,

Texas.



Mr. J. Robinson, Hazen - $100 for Cancer Research, Project

#2, under the direction of Dean C. Fletcher of Desert

Research Institute.



Sunrise Hospital Auxiliaries, Las Vegas - $500 to the Asso-

ciate of Arts Degree Nursing Program for purchase of certain

Nursing reference books. Balance, if any, to be added to a

scholarship fund to be established for the Associate of

Arts Degree Nursing Program at Nevada Southern.



United States Steel Corporation, Provo, Utah - to Nevada

Bureau of Mines: a Ruska Scout-type magnetometer valued

at $2400.



Mrs. Thomas White, Boulder City - $150 to be used by faculty

members for travel to attend conferences and meetings out-

of-state.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried unanimous-

ly that the gifts be accepted and the Secretary send appro-

priate notes of thanks to the donors.



8. Approval of Check Registers



President Armstrong recommended that the Check Registers,

as submitted by Mr. Humphrey, be approved.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. White, carried unani-

mously by roll call vote that the check registers be

approved.



9. Transfer of Funds



President Armstrong reported the following transfers of

less than $2000 from Contingency Reserve:



#153 $550 to Office of Vice President-Finance to provide

funds for purchase of two adding machines - one in

Business Office at Nevada Southern and one in Account-

ing Office at Reno.



#154 $1064.18 to Nevada Bureau of Mines Professional Sal-

aries due to paying Dr. Richard Olsen for his accumu-

lated annual leave. Funds remaining in the position

were not sufficient to pay replacement for the bal-

ance of the fiscal year.



President Armstrong recommended approval of the following

transfers from Contingency Reserve of $2000 or more:



#156 $3000 to Nevada Bureau of Mines to provide funds for

the current printing budget.



#168 $8605 to various Departments at Nevada Southern to

provide for funds needed in professional salary,

wages and operating accounts.



Bus. Admin. & Econ. Prof. Salaries $1,250

Educ. & Physical Education Prof. Sal. 630

Science and Math Prof. Salaries 3,470

Science and Math Wages 300

Science and Math Operating 975

Admissions, Wages 400

Postage Operating 1,000

Library Wages 580

Total $8,605



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Dr. White, carried unanimous-

ly by roll call vote that the above fund transfers be ap-

proved.



10. College of Agriculture Citizens' Advisory Committee



President Armstrong presented the following nominations for

membership to the Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture

Citizens' Advisory Committee, pointing out that these are

additions or replacements to the membership and should be

included by virtue of their official responsibility:



Roger Smith, President

Nevada State Cattle Association

Deeth, Nevada



B. E. Lowe, Chairman

Sarah Hamilton Fleischmann School of

Home Economics Advisory Committee

(Sierra Pacific Power Company)

1690 Palisade Drive

Reno, Nevada



Mrs. Elenor Frey, President

State 4-H Leaders Council

West Star Route

Fallon, Nevada



Bruce Du Bose, Chairman

Central Nevada Advisory Committee

Eureka, Nevada



John Benson, President

Northern Nevada Nurserymen's Association

606 West Plumb Lane

Reno, Nevada



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unani-

mously that President Armstrong's recommendations be ap-

proved and the above nominees be invited to serve on the

Citizens' Advisory Committee for the College of Agriculture.



11. Candidates for Degrees



President Armstrong recommended approval of the candiates

for graduation as of January 26, 1965 from the Reno and

Las Vegas Campuses. These candidates have been approved by

the faculties concerned and their records checked by the

Registrar and Business Office, as follows:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Hardesty, Jack Leland B. S. in Ag.

Kiester, Everett A. B. S. in Ag.

Munker, Louis Robert B. S. in Ag.

Nichols, David Foster B. S. in Ag.

Pinion, Richard Freeman B. S. in Ag.



SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS



Bunce, Ileen S. B. S. in H. Ec.

Parlanti, Rochelle L. B. S. in H. Ec.

Wilson, Barbara Lynne B. S. in H. Ec.



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Ahntholz, Ross C. B. A.

Atkinson, Sally Sue Mellanie B. A.

Banta, Ronald Thomas B. A.

Barry, Susan Virginia B. A.

Barry, Woodson Lee B. S. in Chem.

Benesch, James Harold B. A.

Bensen, Court Mc Clellan B. A.

Choy, Phyllis Ann B. S.

Dedolph, John Frederick B. A.

Eveleth, George John B. A.

Galloway, Kathleen Hunter B. S.

Hall, Susan Caroline B. A.

Hoss, James Bartlett B. A.

Howard, Robert Mark B. A. in Jour.

Larue, John Rector B. S.

Martin, Edward B. S.

Martin, Monte Verne B. A.

Mash, Donald Leslie B. S.

Mulvihill, Virginia Clare B. A.

Nicklanovich, Michael David B. S.

Pollman, Richard Oran B. A.

Small, Suellen B. S.

Stuart, Rodney Keith B. A.

Sundeen, Stanley D., Jr. B. S.

Tessler, Virginia Marlene B. A.

Toleno, Thomas L. B. A.

Umbraco, Russell Anthony B. S. in Chem.

West, Julie G. B. A.

Williams, Troy Edmond, Jr. B. S.



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Banta, Donald John B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Case, Lynn Aguilar B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Deming, David Bigelow B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Duval, James Edward, Jr. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Elges, Harlan H. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Gardella, L. Gene B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Gent, John Raymond B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Harris, Fred Sumner B. A.

Kelley, Patrick Eugene B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Mathewson, James Adams B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Placak, Richard Oliver B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Rice, Ernest B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Richard, Elizabeth Little B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Risley, Curtis Ervin B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Villanueva, Alfonso A. B. S. in Bus. Ad.



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Bennett, Beth Ann B. A. in Ed.

Bromley, Barbara Jeanne B. S. in Ed.

Buchanan, Phyllis S. B. S. in Ed.

Bullock, Marguerite Wilson B. S. in Ed.

Burns, Thomas M. B. S. in Ed.

Casci, Gloria Jean B. S. in Ed.

Chalif, Don B. S. in Ed.

Coluse, Clifford J. B. S. in Ed.

Egenhoff, Frank C., Jr. B. S. in Ed.

Gribble, Gerald Edward B. A. in Ed.

Henry, Marjorie E. B. S. in Ed.

Kautz, Paul Michael B. A. in Ed.

Leavitt, Harriet Anna B. S. in Ed.

Le Blanc, Judy B. S. in Ed.

Ley, Theresa Marilyn B. S. in Ed.

Lund, Richard Edward B. S. in Ed.

Ossolinski, William Robert B. S. in Ed.

Rutherford, Margaret B. S. in Ed.

Schraeder, Stuart A. B. S. in Ed.

Scinta, Sharon Elaine B. S. in Ed.

Shoemaker, Linda Lee B. S. in Ed.

Shoemaker, Raymond Robert B. S. in Ed.

Youngberg, Lawrence M. B. S. in Ed.



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Antonopoulos, John B. S. in M. E.

Bennetts, Harry Raymond B. S. in C. E.

Blair, Robert William B. S. in E. S.

Bowman, Gordon Allan B. S. in E. E.

Clark, Donald Leigh B. S. in C. E.

Fraser, Robert Arthur B. S. in E. E.

Harcourt, Milo Maxwell, II B. S. in E. E.

Hunter, Kirt Merton B. S. in C. E.

Lumos, Paul B. S. in C. E.



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Turner, Paul M. B. S. in Met. E.



ADVANCED DEGREES



Barney, L. Kay M. Ed.

Benson, James Darrell M. B. A.

Chen, Chiu-Shan M. S.

Gelmstedt, Cliff T. M. Ed.

Gidney, Frances Merrell M. Ed.

Gorden, C. Douglas M. Ed.

Graves, Orsie S. M. A.

Greensfelder, Roger W. M. S.

Griffin, Gus Maddux M. S.

Harris, Gordon Kenney M. S.

Lee, John B. M. Ed.

Morrice, Edward, Jr. Met. E.

Oxborrow, Larry Grant M. Ed.

Price, Norman L. M. Ed.

Probert, Curtis Lee M. S.

Ray, Don Keith M. Ed.

Tresca, Sherman Joseph M. Ed.

Warner, Richard Walter M. S.

West, Neill Edward M. S.

Wright, Richard M. Ed.



NEVADA SOUTHERN



DIVISION OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS



Boman, Brad B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Nye, Frederick Hamilton B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Rimel, Stephen J. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Rissinger, Harry W. B. S. in Bus. Ad.



DIVISION OF EDUCATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION



Bittle, Donald C. B. S. in Education

Bronder, Marcella Smith B. A. in Education

Flemington, Jill Carol B. S. in Education

Funk, Bonnie Lois B. S. in Education

Giles, Pauline Joan B. S. in Education

Neilson, Jeanette J. B. S. in Education

Waldman, Philip I. B. S. in Education



DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Harris, Donnie Jean B. A.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unani-

mously that the candidates be approved and that they be

granted the indicated degrees and diplomas.



12. Resolutions Concerning Radiological Health Laboratory at

Nevada Southern



President Armstrong recommended that the following resolu-

tions concerning the construction of the Radiological Health

Laboratory at Nevada Southern, as presented by Mr. Humphrey,

be adopted:



RESOLUTION NO. 65-2



AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA OF THE UNIVERSITY'S OBLIGATIONS

DESIGNATED AS THE "UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, NEVADA SOUTHERN

SCIENCE BUILDING REVENUE CERTIFICATES, SERIES APRIL 1,

1965", IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $2,000,000.00, FOR THE

PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING FOR THE UNIVERSITY A BUILDING, AND

APPURTENANT STRUCTURES AND IMPROVEMENTS, INCLUDING BUT

NOT LIMITED TO SUPPORTING UTILITIES, ON LANDS AT NEVADA

SOUTHERN, THE REGIONAL BRANCH OF THE UNIVERSITY, IN

CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, AND OF ACQUIRING SUCH FACILITIES

FOR LEASE TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FOR A FIXED

TERM OF NOT EXCEEDING TWENTY YEARS; PROVIDING THE FORM,

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE CERTIFICATES, THE MANNER

OF THEIR EXECUTION, THE METHOD OF THEIR PAYMENT AND THE

SECURITY THEREOF; PROVIDING FOR THE DISPOSITION OF

RENTALS AND ANY OTHER REVENUES DERIVED FROM SAID FACIL-

ITIES; PRESCRIBING OTHER DETAILS CONCERNING SAID CER-

TIFICATES AND SAID FACILITIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED

TO COVENANTS AND AGREEMENTS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH;

RATIFYING ACTION HERETOFORE TAKEN TOWARD ACQUIRING SAID

FACILITIES AND ISSUING SAID CERTIFICATES; AND REPEALING

ALL RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT HEREWITH.



RESOLUTION NO. 65-3



PROVIDING FOR THE PUBLIC SALE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF

NEVADA, NEVADA SOUTHERN SCIENCE BUILDING REVENUE CER-

TIFICATES, SERIES APRIL 1, 1965, IN THE PRINICPAL AMOUNT

OF $2,000,000.00; AND PRESCRIBING DETAILS CONCERNING

THE SALE AND THE CERTIFICATES.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

unanimously by roll call vote that the Resolutions #65-2

and #65-3 be adopted.



13. Class A Action



President Armstrong presented the following Class A Action

previously approved by the University Council and by a

majority vote of the University Faculty (as reported in

Faculty Information Bulletin #650-3) with his recommenda-

tion for approval.



"Special students who have previously attended the

University and who are minus grade points shall be

placed on probation, with future registration subject

to the new scholastic regulations instituted during

the Fall semester of 1963. This rule is to be effec-

tive as of September 1, 1965."



Discussion by the Board resulted in the following action:



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Dr. White, carried

unanimously that this matter be referred to the Educational

Policies Committee for study and resubmitted to the Board

at a later date.



14. Resolutions



President Armstrong presented for signature 3 resolutions,

drafted at the request of the Board at their last meeting.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unani-

mously that the following resolutions be adopted by the

Board.



RESOLUTION NO. 65-5



WHEREAS, ARCHIE C. GRANT has served with distinction as

a member of this Board continuously since January, 1952,

and



WHEREAS, he was elected Vice-Chairman of the Board in

January, 1955, serving in this capacity until his elec-

tion as Chairman in January, 1957, and



WHEREAS, during the past eight years he has provided

wise, imaginative and constructive leadership to the

Board of Regents during an unprecedented and challeng-

ing period of the University's growth and development,

dedicating himself to the pursuit of excellence in all

the University's programs, and



WHEREAS, the growth to full four year status of the

University's Campus in Clark County, Nevada Southern,

has been a matter of particular and devoted concern

to him, although never causing him to lessen his con-

cern for the University as a whole, and



WHEREAS, the present baccalaureate status of Nevada

Southern, now fully recognized and accredited, is very

largely an outcome of his devoted concern, and



WHEREAS, by his own wish he had decided to retire as

Chairman of this Board in January, 1965, although con-

tinuing to serve a new term as member of the Board,



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the other members

of the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada

that they hereby gratefully acknowledge the devoted

service to the University of their distinguished col-

league, ARCHIE C. GRANT, and express to him their deep

appreciation and abiding thanks for his wise counsel

and inspiriting leadership during his term as Chairman,

at the same time noting with profound satisfaction that

they may look forward to his continuing services as a

member of the Board in the term ahead.



BY ACTION OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF

NEVADA, given at Reno, this 27th day of February, 1965.



RESOLUTION NO. 65-6



WHEREAS, LOUIS E. LOMBARDI, M. D., has served with

distinction as a member of this Board continuously

since January, 1950, and



WHEREAS, he served as a member of the Executive Com-

mittee for a six year period, from 1951 through 1956,

and



WHEREAS, during the past eight years, since his elec-

tion as Vice-Chairman of the Board in January, 1957,

he has given dedicated service to this Board in that

capacity, and to the University, and



WHEREAS, the appropriate and proper growth and develop-

ment of the University of Nevada on both Campuses and

throughout the State have always been an abiding concern

to him, and



WHEREAS, the health and welfare of the University's

students have been a matter of particular interest to

him, as evidenced, for example, by his unselfish contri-

bution of his services as physician to University ath-

letic teams, and



WHEREAS, by his own wish he has decided to retire as

Vice-Chairman of this Board in January, 1965, although

continuing to serve as a member of the Board,



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the other members of

the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada that

they hereby gratefully acknowledge the devoted service

to the University of their distinguished colleague,

LOUIS E. LOMBARDI, M. D., and express to him their deep

and lasting appreciation for his devoted service and

leadership during his term as Vice-Chairman, at the

same time noting with profound satisfaction that they

may look forward to his continuing service as a member

of the Board in the term ahead.



BY ACTION OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF

NEVADA, given at Reno, this 27th day of February, 1965.



Mrs. Marjorie Dickinson

2121 Santa Rita

Las Vegas, Nevada



Dear Mrs. Dickinson:



We, the members of the Board of Regents of the University of

Nevada, note with profound sense of loss the passing of Dr.

James R. Dickinson, Professor of English and Chairman of

Humanities and Fine Arts at Nevada Southern University.



Dr. Dickinson's contribution to the realization of a perma-

nent University Campus in southern Nevada is inestimable.

From his beginning days in Las Vegas, when he conducted the

first University level classes in the area, through the

years when he -- as Director of Nevada Southern -- assumed

much of the leadership in the developing of Nevada Southern

to what it is today, Dr. Dickinson's performance of duty

was a tribute to the ideals of higher learning.



We send you our deepest sympathy.



BY ACTION OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF

NEVADA



February 27, 1965



/s/ Molly Magee /s/ Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

Vice Chairman Chairman



/s/ Bonnie M. Smotony /s/ Charles J. Armstrong

Secretary President of the

University



15. Security Resolution



In view of the fact that Mr. Ronzone became a member of

the Board of Regents after the security resolution was

adopted in January 1964 covering all members of the Board,

it is now necessary that a similar resolution be adopted

covering Mr. Ronzone. President Armstrong recommended the

adoption of the following resolution:



RESOLUTION NO. 65-7



RESOLVED, that the following Regent who is a citizen of

the United States will not require, nor will have, and

can be effectively denied, access to classified infor-

mation in the possession of the organization and does

not occupy a position that would enable him to affect

adversely the organization's policies or practices in

the performance of contracts for the Government:



RICHARD RONZONE



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried unani-

mously that the above resolution be adopted.



16. The next regular meeting of the Board will be held in Reno

on March 27, 1965.



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unanimous-

ly that no meeting be held in April.



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

unanimously that a meeting of the Board be held in Las

Vegas on May 7-8, 1965.



The meeting adjourned at 12:20 P.M.



Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

Chairman



Bonnie M. Smotony

Secretary

02-27-1965