04/13/1973

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
April 13-14, 1973








04-13-1973

Pages 92-106

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM

April 13, 1973



The Board of Regents met on the above date in the Moyer Campus

Student Union, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.



Members present: Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

Mr. James Buchanan, II

Miss Flora Dungan

Mr. Harold Jacobsen

Mrs. Nedra Joyce (for a portion of the meeting)

Louis E. Lombardi, M. C.

Mr. William Morris

Mr. Mel Steninger

Miss Helen Thompson



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President R. J. Zorn (UNLV)

President N. Edd Miller (UNR)

President John M. Ward (DRI)

Executive Vice President J. S. Nicholson (CCD)

(Representing President C. R. Donnelly)

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr., General University

Counsel

Vice President James T. Anderson (UNR)

Vice President Donald H. Baepler (UNLV)

Vice President Edward L. Pine (UNR)

Mr. Herman Westfall (UNLV)

Mr. Mark Dawson (DRI)

Mr. Harry Wood (UNS)

Mr. Edward Olsen (UNR)

Mr. Mark Hughes (UNLV)

Dr. Paul Aizley (UNLV)

Dr. Joseph Crowley (UNR)

Dr. Paul Fenske (DRI)

Mr. Ernest Searles (CCD)

Mr. K. Donald Jessup (UNS)

Mr. Rick Elmore & Mr. Terry Reynolds (ASUN)

Mr. Mike Mason & Mr. Dan Wade (CSUN)



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Jacobsen at 8:50 A.M.



1. Approval of Minutes



The minutes of the regular session of March 9, 1973 were

submitted for approval.



Mr. Morris moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr. Lombardi,

carried without dissent.



2. Report of Gifts and Grants



Acceptance of the gifts and grants as reported by the Presi-

dents was recommended (report of gifts and grants identified

as Ref. 2 and filed with permanent minutes).



Miss Thompson moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Anderson, carried without dissent.



3. Proposed Gift of Land



President Miller reported that an offer has been made to

UNR of the gift of Gund Ranch in Elko County, consisting

of 2700 acres of deeded land, and valued at $200,000 to

$250,000. President Miller noted that the land was being

offered to the University to either keep or to trade for

another piece of property in Elko County. He requested

that if the Board wished to pursue the matter, it express

its intent at this meeting to accept the gift of land

with the conditions imposed and that a report be brought

back to the next meeting at which time the Board could

then make its final decision.



Mr. Steninger moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Lombardi, carried without dissent.



4. Investment Advisory Committee



Dr. Lombardi presented the minutes of the Investment Ad-

visory Committee meeting of March 9, 1973 (minutes identi-

fied as Ref. 3 and filed with permanent minutes).



Dr. Lombardi moved approval of the actions of the Committee

as reported in the minutes. Motion seconded by Mr. Morris,

carried without dissent.



5. Approval of Budget Transfers



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the following

transfers of funds:



#713 - $2700 from Contingency Reserve to Computing Center

to cover expenses for the remainder of the fiscal

year. An offsetting transfer was made from the

Center's General Operating Account.



#717 - $50,000 from Fund Balance (non-fund 01) to Comput-

ing Center. Accumulated Sales Account Revenue is

being disbursed to cover operating costs such as

key punch rental, supplies and communications for

the remainder of this fiscal year. A correspond-

ing transfer to the Fund Balance from the Comput-

ing Center General Sales Account has been made.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Morris,

carried without dissent.



6. Proposed Amendment to By-Laws



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in February, Regent

Thompson had proposed that the By-Laws be amended to

abolish all standing committees except the Investment

Advisory Committee. At her request, an amendment to

accomplish this was drafted; however, due to her absence

at the March meeting, discussion was deferred. Draft

amendment was distributed with the agenda.



In addition, Mr. Jacobsen had requested certain amendments

to the By-Laws and a draft of his proposal was distributed

at the meeting.



Following discussion of both proposals, it was agreed, and

approved upon motion of Miss Thompson, seconded by Dr.

Lombardi, that Counsel would be requested to reconcile the

documents so that a proposed amendment would be available

for preliminary consideration by the Board at its May meet-

ing and that the amendment would accomplish the following:



(1) Article II, Section 2 would reflect 9 members elected

for ovelapping terms of 6 years each.



(2) Article II, Section 4 would provide for appointment

by Chairmen of committees to consider such matters

as may be referred to them but would abolish all

standing committees with the exception of the Invest-

ment Advisory Committee.



(3) Article V, Section 6 would be amended to eliminate the

requirement for the reading aloud of motions, resolu-

tions and proposals before vote unless requested by a

Regent.



Mrs. Joyce entered the meeting at 9:30 A.M.



7. UNS Intercollegiate Athletic Programs



Chancellor Humphrey noted that Regent Dungan had requested

that various aspects of the Intercollegiate Athletic

Program be discussed by the Board of Regents. Specifically,

she had requested that information be provided, and dis-

cussion held, concerning:



(1) The emphasis to be given Intercollegiate Athletics in

the two Universities and the Community Colleges;



(2) The total cost of the programs, including detail of

Coaches' salaries (by position, not individual) and

grants-in-aid;



(3) The policy concerning continuous grants-in-aid for

athletes who are unable to continue playing; and



(4) The record of academic success (i. e., graduation of

athletes).



Reports from the Presidents concerning the above 4 points

were distributed with the agenda and are on file in the

Chancellor's Office.



Present for the discussion of this matter were: Mr. Sid

Rogich, President for the UNLV Rebels Club; Mr. Dick

Trachok, Athletic Director, UNR; Dr. Joseph Libke, Presi-

dent of the UNR Boosters Club; and Dr. John Marschall,

Chairman of the UNR Faculty Senate Committee on Intercol-

legiate Athletics.



The discussion covered all aspects of the 4 points requested

by Miss Dungan and the reports filed by the Presidents, and

also covered the report of the UNR Senate Committee and the

UNR Faculty Senate's action in response to the Committee's

report. In relation to the UNR Senate's recommendations

concerning the Committee's report, President Miller stated

that he had not yet completed his review of the Senate's

recommendations and had not made a decision on what action

he himself would take in response to those recommendations.



The meeting adjourned at 12:00 noon for lunch and reconvened at

1:30 P.M. at which time discussion resumed on the Intercollegiate

Athletic Programs.



Mr. Buchanan moved that the Board go on record as endorsing

the present Intercollegiate Athletic Programs. Motion

failed for lack of a second.



8. Proposal for Chair in Judaic Studies, UNLV



Mr. Lloyd Katz of Las Vegas made a proposal on behalf of an

unnamed donor to fund a Chair in Judaic Studies at UNLV

for 2 years. Mr. Katz proposed that the Regents give con-

sideration to the acceptance of a gift, estimated at

$20,000 per year for 2 years, noting that the gift would

be offered with the following conditions:



(1) That if the courses offered are well received and en-

rollment is at a satisfactory level, and if the Uni-

versity is able to make a positive determination that

the courses fit into the University's program, the

Board then agree to continue the program and provide

the necessary support at the end of the 2 year period;

and



(2) That the donor and Mr. Katz be allowed to participate

in the selection of the individual named to the Chair.



Mr. Joyce moved that this matter be referred to the Admin-

istration and that a report and recommendation be brought

back to the June meeting. Motion seconded by Dr. Anderson,

carried without dissent.



9. Faculty and Graduate Assistant Salary Recommendations for

1973-75



Proposals by the UNR Faculty Senate, the UNLV University

Senate and CCD were distributed with the agenda, together

with an analysis of the proposals as prepared by Mr. K.

Donald Jessup, Director of Budget and Institutional

Studies.



Chancellor Humphrey reported that President Zorn endorsed

the UNLV Senate proposal and President Miller endorsed the

UNR Senate proposal. He noted that both proposals were

reviewed by the Advisory Cabinet.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended:



(1) Approval of the CCD salary schedule proposed by Presi-

dent Donnelly (Ref. 7C filed with permanent minutes).



(2) Approval of the UNR Senate proposal related to Gradu-

ate Assistants' and Graduate Fellows' salaries; that

is, that the base salary for Graduate Fellows shall

be raised from $2500 to $2650 with a top salary of

$3450 with increments of $200.



(3) Approval of the professional salary schedule proposed

by the UNLV Senate (Ref. 7B filed with permanent

minutes), as the schedule for all other System Di-

visions and Units, effective July 1, 1973, with the

following provisions:



(a) Transition to the new schedule will occur by

movement of the individual to the same rank and

step as he presently holds, for those faculty

members rendering satisfactory service.



(b) Any faculty member rated unsatisfactory but who

is not being dismissed, be held at his present

annual salary.



(c) Implementation of any new fringe benefits as

discussed in the UNLV proposal be postponed until

at least 1974-75 to allow time for additional

consideration by all Divisions; and



(d) Any residual monies within the prescribed 9%

increase in compensation be distributed for

merit increases and inequity adjustments after

the appropriation is made and the legislatively

determined compensation items are known.





Chancellor Humphrey stated that he believed the above recom-

mendations were basically satisfactory, as a compromise,

to the members of the Advisory Cabinet. He suggested, how-

ever, that the individual members of the Cabinet might wish

to comment.



Dr. Crowley reported that subsequent to the Advisory Cabinet

meeting the UNR Senate had endorsed the UNLV proposal.



Presidents Miller, Zorn and Ward and Vice President Nichol-

son spoke in support of the Chancellor's recommendations

as they affected their respective Divisions.



Miss Dungan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



10. Bernada E. French Scholarship Fund



President Zorn reported that UNLV has received $5000 as

a direct gift from Mrs. Bernada E. French of Las Vegas and,

subsequently, will become the residual heir of the donor's

estate amounting to approximately $100,000. President Zorn

noted that it has been stipulated that the funds are to be

used for an endowed scholarship program to encourage sup-

port excellence in Geology studies at UNLV. It is intended

that only the earnings of the corpus will be expended in

the form of annual grants, each providing a stipend not to

exceed $1000 per year. Criteria for the individual awards

are: academic excellence, with special interest in Geology;

and further consideration of factors of financial need but

without disqualification of those of "middle class" family

income.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the gift be accepted

as an endowment fund and the earnings be used as stipulated.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



11. Naming of Buildings, UNLV



President Zorn recommended that the Science-Technology

building be renamed "Science Hall" and the Environmental

Protection Agency Laboratory II facility be renamed the

"Technology Building". Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval.



Mr. Morris moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Lombardi, carried without dissent.



12. Approval of Budget Transfers



President Zorn requested approval of the following trans-

fer of funds:



#73-77 $3400 from the Contingency Reserve to Department

of Biological Sciences to provide funds for wages

for the remainder of the fiscal year. An off-

setting transfer was made by the Operating Account.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Joyce,

carried without dissent.



13. Advertising in Rebel Yell



A copy of a letter concerning an advertisement in a recent

issue of "Rebel Yell" was distributed with the agenda for

information.



14. Proposed Bachelor of Arts Degree in American Studies



President Zorn requested approval of a program in American

Studies, an interdisciplinary effort which will award a

Bachelor of Arts degree. He stated that existing courses

and faculty will be utilized and that there will be no ex-

pense involved, either direct or indirect. (Proposal was

distributed with the agenda and is on file in the Chancel-

lor's Office.)



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the proposal be con-

sidered as a substitute for the usual Phase I presentation

and that the program be authorized to proceed to Phase II

with that presentation to be made at a later date.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr. Morris,

carried without dissent.



15. Elko Community College



A. Dr. Nicholson reported that President Donnelly had en-

dorsed a recommendation by the students, faculty and

the Advisory Board of ECC that the name of the College

be changed to Northern Nevada Community College, ef-

fective July 1, 1973. Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval, noting that legislation is now under con-

sideration to effect this change so far as the State

statutes are concerned. He pointed out that this

legislation was not proposed by the University; how-

ever, no exception was taken.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by

Dr. Anderson, carried with Mr. Morris opposing.



B. Mr. Humphrey reported that the State Planning Board has

completed its final inspection of the first building

at Elko and the building is ready for occupancy.



16. Transfer of Funds



President Ward requested approval of the following transfer

of funds:



#9 $3835 from Contingency Reserve to the Laboratory of

Desert Biology, Professional Salaries, to provide

cost sharing for NSF Grant #G. B. 37241.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



17. Revision of Financial Plan, DRI



President Ward presented a revision to the 1972-74 Finan-

cial Plan for DRI, noting that approximately 90% of the

projected funds have now been received. (Revision identi-

fied as Ref. 16 and filed with permanent minutes.) Chan-

cellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



18. Proposed Reduction in Fee



President Miller noted that UNR students who participate

in the Military Option III Program are currently assessed

a fee of $18. He recommended that effective Fall, 1973

this fee be reduced to $10. Chancellor Humphrey recom-

mended approval.



Mrs. Dungan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



19. Bid Opening, UNR Physical Education Complex



President Miller reported that bids were opened by the

State Planning Board on April 10, 1973. There were 5

bidders and the low bid was received from Mc Kenzie

Construction Company in the amount of $3,622,800, includ-

ing the base bid and Alternates A, B and C.



President Miller noted that the Planning Board has reviewed

the bid documents and recommends awarding the construction

contract to Mc Kenzie Construction Co. in the amount of

$3,622,800, inclusive of all alternates. President Miller

and Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the Board of

Regents concur in the Planning Board's recommendation.

(Bid tabulation identified as Ref. 18A and filed with

permanent minutes.)



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



20. Proposed Expansion of Animal Health Center, Main Station

Farm



President Miller recalled that in March, action to select

an architect for the proposed expansion of the Animal

Health Center was deferred until this meeting to allow

an opportunity for Mr. Harry Wood, University architect,

to participate in the development of recommendations for

such a selection.



Mr. Wood's report was included with the agenda (identified

as Ref. 19 and filed with permanent minutes).



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey recommended that

Mr. Russell Clopine be retained as the project architect.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



21. Reconveyance of Parcel at Stead Campus



President Miller recalled that in January, 1973 the Board

authorized the University to negotiate with the Washoe

Association for Retarded Children, Inc. for the purpose

of developing a contractual relationship between the two

organizations under which space at Stead would be leased

to the Association for $1 per year. The agreement, as

conceived at that time, would allow the Association to

construct facilities for an educational and training pro-

gram of services to the developmentally disabled. The

agreement would also allow the development of close work-

ing contractual arrangements with several University

Departments to provide learning and teaching opportuni-

ties. This authorization by the Board was subject to

approval by the University Counsel and by HEW, since any

use of the property at Stead must have the approval of

HEW.



President Miller reported that HEW has now advised that

their concurrence would be dependent upon the University

conveying a certain parcel at Stead (described in Ref. 20

and filed with permanent minutes) back to the United

States through the Department of Health, Education and

Welfare, who will, in turn, convey the parcel to the As-

sociation for its purposes.



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey recommended that

the Board concur in this proposal reconveyance of the

parcel of land.



Mrs. Dungan moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



22. Request for Easement



President Miller reported that Western Union Realty Corpora-

tion has requested an easement 10 feet in width and 40 feet

in length along the western portion of the Main Station Farm

directly east of the Large Animal Facility, to permit the

construction of a storm drain connecting to the City of

Reno storm drain.



President Miller recommended approval. Chancellor Humphrey

concurred, subject to approval of the necessary documents

by Counsel.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Anderson, carried without dissent.



23. Transfer of Interfund Loan



President Miller recalled that in June, 1965 the Board

of Regents authorized a loan of $79,000 from the Board of

Regents Special Projects Fund to a Special Nye Hall Fund

to purchase carpeting. The loan was to be repaid from a

special fee assessed residents of Nye Hall. The unpaid

balance is now $50,000.



President Miller recommended, and Chancellor Humphrey

concurred, that the loan be repaid to the Board of Regents

Special Projects Fund at this time and a new loan estab-

lished in UNR Plant Funds.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Lombardi, carried without dissent.



24. Approval of Budget Transfers



President Miller requested approval of the following budget

transfers:



#403 $1550.29 from the Contingency Reserve to the Vice

President for Academic Affairs, Classified Salaries,

to cover salary or part-time classified employee.

An equivalent amount will be transferred to the

Contingency Reserve from the operating category

to provide for the classified salary requirement.



#414 $750 from Contingency Reserve to Dean of Arts and

Science to provide for needed operational expendi-

tures.



#435 $2000 from the Contingency Reserve to the Library

to cover additional student wages which will be

required, due primarily to the reduction in the

Federally funded Work Study Program. An equal

amount will be transferred to the Contingency

Reserve from the Library's professional salary

account.



#439 $13,000 from the Contingency Reserve to the Physical

Plant, Wages, to cover additional student wages and

overtime resulting from holding classified positions

vacant. The sum of $8000 will be allocated to the

UNR Campus and $5000 to Stead Campus. An offsetting

transfer will be made from the Classified Salary

category.



#433 $6500 from the Contingency Reserve in the Evening

and Off-Campus Program account to the operating

category to provide for additional operating ex-

penses.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



25. Revision of Estimative Budgets



A. President Miller requested approval of a revision to

the Estimative Budget for the Film Production Service

in Audio-Visual Communications to provide adequate

funds in the wages category and to provide sufficient

budget credits for the addition of a full-time photog-

rapher position. The original budget, the revision

requested, and the revised budget are presented below:



Original Revision Revised

Budget Requested Budget

Revenue

From Opening Bal $ $ 819.00 $ 819.00

Outside Sales 1,200.00 1,300.00 2,500.00

Recharge Credits 6,000.00 1,000.00 7,000.00

Total Revenue $ 7,200.00 $ 3,119.00 $10,319.00



Expenditures

Class Salaries $ 2,100.00 $ 2,100.00

Wages $ 3,400.00 327.00 3,727.00

Fringe Benefits 136.00 223.00 359.00

Operating 3,664.00 3,664.00

Reserve for Contig 469.00 469.00

Total Expenditures $ 7,200.00 $ 3,119.00 $10,319.00



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



B. President Miller requested approval of a revision to the

Estimative Budget for Special Music Lessons in the Music

Department due to the receipt of additional funds beyond

the amount estimated in the original budget. These ad-

ditional funds will be used to cover expenditures not

included in the original budget. The original budget,

the revision requested and the revised budget are pre-

sented below:



Original Revision Revised

Budget Requested Budget

Revenue

From Opening Bal $ 1,915.00 $ $ 1,915.00

Student Fees 13,000.00 5,585.00 18,585.00

Total Revenue $14,915.00 $ 5,585.00 $20,500.00



Expenditures

Prof Salaries $ 5,000.00 $ 5,700.00 $10,700.00

Wages 1,600.00 760.00 2,360.00

Fringe Benefits 564.00 186.00 750.00

Operating 7,686.00 (996.00) 6,690.00

Reserve for Contig 65.00 ( 65.00) 0.00

Total Expenditures $14,915.00 $ 5,585.00 $20,500.00



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Mrs. Dungan moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss

Thompson, carried without dissent.



26. Establishment of Managerial Group, DOD Security



President Miller reported that Dr. Alan Ryall, Professor,

Mackay School of Mines, who serves as UNR Security Officer,

has been informed by the Office of Industrial Security,

Department of Defense, that the University should change

its procedures, and that the Board of Regents should desig-

nate the group which is authorized to negotiate, execute

and administer contracts involving classified information.



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey recommended adop-

tion of the following resolution to comply with this agree-

ment:



RESOLUTION NO. 73-6



BE IT RESOLVED, that those persons occupying the fol-

lowing positions on the staff of the University of

Nevada, Reno shall be known as the Managerial Group

as described in the Industrial Security Manual for

Safeguarding Classified Information:



President (N. Edd Miller)

Vice President for Business (Edward L. Pine)

Security Officer (Dr. Alan Ryall)



AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT Neil D. Humphrey,

Chancellor, University of Nevada System, and the

members of the Managerial Goup have been processed,

for a personnel clearance for access to classified

information, to the level of the facility clearance

granted to this institution, as provided for in the

aforementioned Industrial Security Manual; and



THAT the said Managerial Group and the Chancellor

are hereby delegated all of the Board's duties and

responsibilities pertaining to the protection of

classified information under classified contracts

of the Department of Defense or User Agencies of its

Industrial Security Program awarded to the University

of Nevada, Reno.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Dr.

Anderson, carried without dissent.



27. Report Concerning Disposition of Sagebrush Ad



As requested by Mr. Steninger, President Miller reported

on the disposition of the incident concerning an objec-

tionable advertisement appearing in a recent issue of the

UNR Sagebrush, noting that the Editor had been suspended

for one week and has now been reinstated. He stated that

both the Editor and he had apologized to the Legislature,

adding that he did not believe it likely that this would

occur again.



Mr. Steninger stated that he did not believe that a 1-week

suspension was sufficient in a situation which caused the

President of the University to apologize to the Legislature.



28. Naming of Student Union Rooms, UNR



ASUN President Terry Reynolds reported that the ASUN had

been considering some means of memorializing Mr. Paul

Mc Dermott and UNR student Doug Magowan. He requested

that the Board approve the renaming of the Las Vegas Room

in the Jot Travis Student Union in memory of Paul Mc

Dermott and the Sierra Room in memory of Doug Magowan.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval. Motion seconded by Miss

Thompson, carried without dissent.



29. UNR Auxiliary Enterprises



President Miller reported that UNR Auxiliary Enterprises

(i. e., residence halls, dining commons, and apartments)

has experienced financial difficulty during 1972-73 due

to the low occupancy of residence halls and under-utili-

zation of the dining commons. The anticipated deficit

for 1972-73 for the Reno Campus operations is projected

at this time to be approximately $100,000; however,

$33,552 can be covered by transfer from the Stead Campus

auxiliary enterprises operations.



President Miller requested that a loan of $66,448 be

authorized to fund this anticipated deficit. The loan

would be from the following UNR nonappropriated accounts:



Facilities Space Maintenance 3-1-263-4110 $10,000

*Business Office Special 3-1-263-4120 3,000

Cancelled Check Account 3-1-263-4120 2,739

Lambertucci Interest Account 3-1-263-4120 8,000

Stead Theater Rental 3-1-265-4110 600

Stead Service Station Rental 3-1-265-4110 2,109

Diploma Sales 3-1-265-4520 2,000

Parking Permits 3-1-265-9000 38,000

$66,448



*Unrestricted fund carried forward from prior years.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval and requested

that these loans be non-interest bearing and be repaid

over a 5-year period in approximately equal installments.



Dr. Lombardi moved approval. Motion seconded by Mr.

Buchanan, carried without dissent.



President Miller reported that at the May meeting he will

have recommendations concerning Auxiliary Enterprises

which he hopes will resolve some of the problems with

this unit of the University.



The meeting adjourned at 2:50 P.M.



Mrs. Bonnie M. Smotony

Secretary to the Board

04-13-1973