UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
March 19-20, 1952

Volume 6 - Page 355

March 19, 1952

The Executive Committee of the Board of Regents met at Ross
Burke Company in the office of Mr. Ross on Wednesday, March 19,
1952. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman at 10:30
A.M. Present: Regents Hardy, Lombardi and Ross; Comptroller
Hayden and President Love.

President Love reported on his meeting with Architect Russell
Mills on Tuesday, March 18, 1952, with the following results:

Motion by Mr. Hardy, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried unani-
mously that all the bids received on the Lincoln Hall remodeling
be rejected because they were in excess of the money allotted for
said remodeling.

Motion by Regent Hardy carried unanimously that Architect Mills
be instructed to rewrite proposal on the remodeling of Lincoln
Hall to include a sufficient number of alternates to make it pos-
sible to select a total amount of work which will not exceed the
appropriation, and that on the basis of new bids, as much work
be accomplished as possible. The Comptroller will readvertise
with the proviso that the following work be done:

(1) The two concrete fireproof stairways
(2) Heating Plant complete for the Hall
(3) Wiring complete
(4) Plumbing complete

President Love discussed the matter of selecting an architect for
the Student Union building, and suggested that the applications
on hand be turned over to the Executive Committee so that person-
al interviews might be arranged. It was deemed advisable for the
Comptroller to obtain the names of all qualified and competent
architects in the southern and eastern parts of the State and
write them the same type of letter that was sent to the local

The Arbitration Agreement covering the Garner Supply Company
bill, having been approved by the Attorney General, was signed
by the Chairman.

The meeting adjourned at 11:55 A.M.

Note: Meeting of the Executive Committee for opening bids for
remodeling Lincoln Hall has been set for Monday, April 7,
1952 at 4 P.M. in the office of the President.