03/31/1922

  

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
March 31, 1922
 



03-31-1922
Volume OE - Pages 317-319

                         Reno, Nevada
                        March 31, 1922

The Board of Regents met in the Office of President Clark at 10
o'clock Friday morning, March 31, 1922.  There were present
Regents Curler, Hood, Talbot and North, President Clark and
Comptroller Gorman.

The minutes of the meeting of March 1, 1922 were read and ap-
proved by the following vote, Mr. North having made the motion:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

Judge Talbot moved that, in conformity to the rulings of the
Treasury Department, U. S. Internal Revenue, regarding bond
and application for withdrawal of alcohol free of tax, for use
of hospitals or scientific institutions, forms 1447 and 1448,
C. H. Gorman, Curator of the University of Nevada, be hereby
authorized and directed to execute a bond in the penal sum of
$1500 on behalf of the University of Nevada, as required under
the Internal Revenue Laws and Regulations, and to make applica-
tion for a permit to procure 3 barrels of grain alcohol for use
in the laboratories of the University of Nevada.  Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

On motion of Regent North, List No. 20 of State Claims, Nos. 180
and 193 inclusive, for the net sum of $23,413.36, and List No. 3
of Regents Checks, Nos. 2015 to 2024 inclusive, for the net sum
of $33,821.90, were approved by the following vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

On motion of Mrs. Hood, the resignation of Merle D. Collins as
State Leader of Boys and Girls Club Work in the Agricultural
Extension Division of the University was accepted with regret.
Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

President Clark advised the Board that Mr. Hilbish, Mr. Harris
and Mr. Steinbrunn, all of whom have been serving as teachers
in different Departments, will not be at the University another
year.

On the recommendation of Professor Frandsen, President Clark
recommended the election of Philip A. Lehenbauer, Ph. D., to
be Associate Professor of Biology, at a salary of $2750 for
the first year, salary and service to begin September 1, 1922.
Mr. North made the motion.  Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

On the recommendation of Dr. Schappelle, President Clark recom-
mended the election of Francis Clark Murgotten to be Assistant
Professor of Modern Languages at a salary of $2100 to begin
September 1, 1922, and the election of John R. Gottardi to be
Instructor of Modern Lanuages for one year, beginning September
1, 1922, at a salary of $1500.  Mrs. Hood made the motion.  Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

On the recommendation of Dean M. Adams, President Clark recom-
mended the election of Ruth Anna Billinghurst as Instructor in
Chemistry at a salary of $1500 per year, both salary and service
to begin September 1st.  Judge Talbot made the motion.  Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

On the recommendation of Professor Courtright, President Clark
recommended the election of Dr. Oscar Leslie Clough to be In-
structor in Physical Education for Men for one year, beginning
August 1, 1922 at a salary of $2400.  Mrs. Hood made the motion.
Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

On the recommendation of Professor Wier, President Clark recom-
mended that Instructor Robert L. Jones be retained in the De-
partment of History and Political Science for another year, be-
ginning September 1, 1922, with no present change in salary.
Judge Talbot made the motion.  Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

President Clark recommended that Miss Campiglia and Mr. Barr be
given rankings as Assistant Professor in their respective De-
partments.  Mr. North made the motion.  All members present
voted Aye.

President Clark recommended academic rankings for the following
members of the Agricultural Experiment Station staff:

    Samuel Bradford Doten, M. A., Professor of Agricultural
        Research
    Edward Records, V. M. D., Research Professor of Veterinary
        Science
    Charles Eliott Fleming, B. S. A., Research Professor of
        Range Management
    Meredith Raines Miller, B. S., Associate Research Professor
        of Agricultural Chemistry
    George Hardman, M. S., Assistant Research Professor of
        Irrigation
    Lyman R. Vawter, D. V. M., Assistant Research Professor
        of Veterinary Science

Mr. North made the motion, all members present voting Aye.

On the recommendation of Professor Frandsen, President Clark
recommended that Miss Margaret E. Mack be advanced in rank to
an Associate Professorship in the Department of Biology, effec-
tive beginning April 1, 1922.  Mr. North made the motion, all
members present voting Aye.

President Clark recommended the re-election for the year be-
ginning July 1, 1922 of Associate Professor Sidney Warren Wilcox
to be Acting Head of the Department of Economics, Business and
Sociology.  Mr. North made the motion.  Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

Judge Talbot, as Committee on Grounds, reported the findings of
himself and Superintendent Lynch re. evergreen trees and English
ivy plants with which to beautify the Campus.

Judge Curler moved that Judge Talbott, as the Committee, be
authorized to proceed to get the requisite number of small ever-
greens and ivy plants at an expense not to exceed $500 and that
these trees and plants be cared for at some convenient place
until the proper time came for planting them in their permanent
location on the grounds.  Vote:

    Mrs. Hood            Aye
    Judge Talbot         Aye
    Judge Curler         Aye
    Mr. North            Aye

Judge Talbot recommended that the driveway along the east side
of Hatch Station be opened for traffic as soon as a walk for
pedestrians could be placed at the west side of the building
with proper approaches, etc.  Formal action authorizing the
Judge and Mr. Gorman to go ahead with this work had already
been taken.

Adjourned.

Carolyn M. Beckwith
Secretary