05/07/1932

 UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes

May 7-8, 1932 



05-07-1932
Volume 5 - Pages 100-105

                       REGENTS MEETING
                         May 7, 1932

The Board of Regents met in the Office of President Clark Satur-
day, May 7th, at 10:30 o'clock.  There were present Chairman
Brown, Mr. Williams, Mr. Wingfield, Dr. Olmstead and Mr. Ross.

The minutes of the January 31, 1932 meeting were approved by the
following vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

Mr. Williams moved that the degrees and diplomas be authorized
for the students of the Class of 1932 as presented to the Board
and recommended by the President, as follows:

    ADVANCED DEGREES

    Master of Science in Chemistry

        Gregory R. Adams

    Master of Science in Biology

        Mae Bernasconi Simas

    Master of Arts in History

        Forrest R. Holdcamper

    Master of Arts in French

        Leota Maestretti

    COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE  (High School Diploma - *)

       *Natalie Lindberg Arigoni       *Juanita Mae Johnson
        Frances J. Armbruster           Wilma Martha Kennedy
        Neil H. Asutin                  Leland J. Laity
        Irvin E. Ayer                   Edgar K. Leonard
       *Mary I. Baird                  *Mary W. Lloyd
        Nicholas Eberle Basta          *Arthur Lucas
        Josephine Bernard               George M. Maclean
       *Paulin W. Berrum               *Berry Mc Anally
        Malcolm S. Blakely              Edith P. Mc Laughlin
        Leroy H. Chanslor               Robert Hale Merriman
        Fred J. Collins                *Helen V. Montrose
        Newton Hunt Crumley            *Dwight Alden Nelson
        Philip M. De Longchamps         Marchand Elise Newman
       *Mildred Lucille De Witt         Marion Claire Nichols
       *George L. Dilworth              John Roderick Perkins
        Mary Harris Donaldson          *Elmer C. Perry
       *Myra Durocher                  *Constance L. Philips
        Margaret Ede                    Albert Hayes Randolph
       *Dorothy Ernst                   Gordon L. Robertson
        Frank Estes                     Neil P. Scott
       *Eldridge Farnsworth            *Mary Ruth Seamon
       *Melva Iren Fowler              *Elizabeth C. Seeds
       *Margaret Fuller                 Charles Adelbert States
        Louise Gastanaga                Francis M. Stone (girl)
       *Emily Grace Gracey              William Harland Stuart
       *Lydia M. Grandi                *Harold Taber
        Anne Judkins Gregory            Rose Taverna
        John M. Griffin                *Anthony O'Neil Tesone
        Ethel Josephine Hanson          Bruce R. Thompson
        Jane Harcourt                  *Mae Vuich
        Ernestine Timm Harris          *Inez Kathrine Walker
       *William A. Howard               Margaret Walts
        Joseph Roland Jackson           Frederick W. Wilson, Jr.
        Bernon H. Janes                *Jean Zuick

    Bachelor of Science

        Edwin Lowell Cantlon            Francis R. Smith
        Lawrence W. Carter              Ruth Racine Stewart
       *Ethel Middleton Manson          Fred B. Trevitt
        Walter d. Mitchell, Jr.        *M. Fern Wittwer

    Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

        Cecil King Harris

    COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

    Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering

        Norman T. Annett                Bernard York
        Gilbert John Matthews

    Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering

        Minter Ellis Harris

    Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

        Philip D. Daver                 John Henry Fant
        Calvin James Dodson             Alex Lohse
        William J. Dumble               Donald Greive Reed
        Chester H. Elliott             *Orvis E. Reil
        Fred Raymond Fader

    Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

        Richard Newton Browne           Edwin Douglas Murray
        Amar Chand Lakhanpal            Albert N. Tibbits
        Edwin B. Michal

    Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

        John B. Albin                   Fred William Morrison
        Norman F. Blundell              Harold Miller Pearson
        Gerry Brumund                   Claude T. Snooks
        William Albert Davis            Maxwell Thompson
        Willard T. Douglas              Cy Hayden Wainright
        Carl Henry Elges, Jr.

    COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

    Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

        Robert J. Bankofier            *Earl J. Holmes
        Arvin E. Boerlin                Benjamin Solari
        Robert E. Dutton                Frederic J. Weeks
        Louie A. Gardella               John D. Nevers Winters

    Bachelor of Science in Home Economics

       *Elizabeth Allen                 Dorothy E. Kallenbach
       *Matilda Belmonte               *Beatrice S. Patterson
        Grace Thurston Foster          *Verna Annette Selmer

    TWO-YEAR NORMAL GRADUATES

        Esther G. Barrett               Esther A. Pirtle
        Marguerite J. Bridges           Rees Rechel
        Fern Elges Bushing              Carol R. Scott
        Viola Huyck                     Edith Smith
        Grace C. Little                 Ren Earlin Tobler
        Theresa Modarelli               Hannah Webster
        Lillian Evans Osburn            Margaret Livingston Wells

Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

President Clark presented the request of Mr. Chester Paterson,
representing Twin City Fire Insurance Company, that the Board of
Regents should pass a Resolution authorizing Chairman George S.
Brown to sign for and receive the check for $1,051.50, covering
loss of hay on the Experiment Station Farm by fire, Policy No.
20137 - Loss No. 21.

Mr. Ross moved that the Board of Regents confirm the act of
Chairman Brown in receiving the check and receipting for it.
Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

On motion of Dr. Olmsted the Board of Regents approved Comptrol-
ler Gorman's purchase through the State Treasurer, for the Ir-
reducible University Fund, of $5000 par value Clark County, Ne-
vada, High School 6% bonds at 101 and accrued interest.  Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

On motion of Mr. Ross, the $10,000 bond for Mrs. Metcalf which
had been drawn by the Bank of Nevada with the Hartford Accident
and Indemnity Company, effective July 1, 1932, was approved.
Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

The petition of the student body that $1 shall be deducted from
the rebate due in May, 1932 on the blanket deposit of the signers
to the student body petition (probably 600 signers) and the pe-
tition from 70 signers of the Senior Class that the remainder of
the rebate due in May, 1932 of their blanket deposits, after the
dollar deduction for the Haseman-Jones Memorial shall be turned
over to the Finance Control Committee for the purchase of perma-
nent furniture for the Nevada Historical building (Student Union)
on motion of Judge Brown, was approved by the following vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

On the recommendation of President Clark, Professor R. C.
Thompson was elected Dean of Men, effective August 1, 1932, with
no addition to salary for the 1st year, with addition of $300 for
the 2nd year, and for the 3rd year, and thereafter, with an addi-
tion of $600 to his professorial salary, these additions to com-
pensate for the Deanship services.

Mr. Williams moved that the recommendation of the President as
stated above be approved.  Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

On recommendation of the President, Dr. Fredrick Wood was elected
Professor and Head of the Department of Mathematics from and
after August 1, 1932, at a salary of $3000 for the 1st year,
$3200 for the 2nd year, $34,000 for the 3rd year and $3600 for
the 4th year and thereafter.

Mr. Wingfield moved the adoption of the above recommendation.
Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

President Clark recommended that (a) Assistant Professors W. R.
Blackler and M. J. Webster of the Department of Economics, Busi-
ness and Sociology each be granted a leave of absence for the
coming University year, Mr. Blackler without pay and Mr. Webster
with an allowance of $300 to be paid in 10 equal monthly install-
ments beginning with the installment due September 1, 1932 with
understanding that if he should fail to return to this University
for at least 2 full years after the expiration of his leave he
should repay the University all leave allowance paid to him; (b)
Gordon Robertson and Fred J. Collins be elected Teaching Fellows
in this Department for the coming University year at a stipend
of $600 each to be paid them in 10 monthly installments beginning
with the installment due September 1, 1932; and (c) Professor
Paul A. Harwood be elected Acting Master of Lincoln Hall, author-
ized to reside in the Master's quarters there, during Professor
Blackler's leave time and that his salary from August 1, 1932
shall be $2400 per year.

Mr. Ross moved the approval of the above arrangement.  Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

On motion of Mr. Williams, Miss Delpha Wood was re-elected Matron
of Manzanita Hall and Supervisor of the Dining Hall for the Uni-
versity year 1932-33 at a salary of $1100 from August 1, 1932.
Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

President Clark recommended an extension of leave for the year
beginning August 1, 1932 for Allen S. Lough and the re-election
of Francis S. Oakberg as Instructor in Chemistry for the Uni-
versity year 1932-33 at a monthly salary of $140 for the 9 months
beginning September 1, 1932.

Dr. Olmsted moved the adoption of the above recommendation.
Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

President Clark recommended the re-election of Clark Amens as
Instructor in Engineering for the 9 months of the coming Univer-
sity year at a salary stipend of $160 per month beginning with
the month of September, 1932 and ending with the month of May,
1933.

Mr. Williams moved the adoption of the above recommendation.
Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

At the request of Director Fulton, President Clark recommended
the election of Carl Stoddard as Instructor in Geology for the
University year 1932-33 at the same salary rate of $2400 per
year which he is now receiving, $100 per month to be paid by
the State Bureau of Mines and $100 by the Mackay School of Mines
until September 1, 1932, from which time and until June 1, 1933,
his entire salary to be paid from Mackay funds.  After June 1,
1933, his salary to be jointly in equal amounts by Mackay School
of Mines and State Bureau of Mines, as at present.

Mr. Wingfield moved the adoption of the above recommendation.
Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

President Clark recommended the acceptance of the resignation of
Dr. Karl Niemann as Assistant Research Professor of Veterinary
Science, as tendered to him by Dr. Records, effective June 1,
1932.

Mr. Williams moved the acceptance of this resignation.  Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

President Clark was authorized to get estimates of the cost of
fluming the Orr Ditch between the bridges for presentation at
the June meeting.

The President was authorized by the following vote to have the
frame building at the corner of 9th Street and University Avenue,
a part of the property given to the University by the last Legis-
lature, moved from the property by Emilio Bevilacqua on condi-
tions that Mr. Bevilacqua shall move this building out at the
north side of the lot, sacrificing but one tree in so doing,
shall have the building as his full pay for removing it and for
taking away the foundation and filling and leveling the present
site of the building and that he shall put up $400 bond for the
faithful performance of the contract to move the building, fill
the excavation and remove the foundation within a period of 3
weeks from the posting of this bond.

The motion was made by Mr. Williams.  Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

At the suggestion of Judge Brown and on motion of Mr. Williams,
the resignation of Dr. Olmsted as a member of the Executive Com-
mittee was accepted and Mr. Ross was elected in his stead as a
member of the Executive Committee.  Vote:

    Judge Brown          Aye
    Mr. Williams         Aye
    Mr. Wingfield        Aye
    Mr. Ross             Aye
    Dr. Olmsted          Aye

It was decided the next meeting of the Board should be held
June 28th.

Mr. Ross suggested that the Treasurer and the Comptroller should
render monthly reports to the Board members on the condition of
the funds, showing the general maintenance balance, the amount
of the payrolls and claims for the month and the estimated ex-
penses for the remainder of each current 6 months' period ending
respectively June 30th or December 31st.

Mr. Ross is to report on the removal of the body of David
Russell to another section of cemetery at the June meeting.

Adjourned.

                             George S. Brown
                             Chairman

Carolyn M. Beckwith
Secretary