May 29-30, 1905
Volume OC - Pages 367-371
May 29, 1905
The Board of Regents of the State University met at the home of
President Stubbs at 3 o'clock P.M., Monday, May 29, 1905. Pres-
ent Regents W. W. Booher, O. J. Smith and H. S. Starrett.
The President and faculty of the University recommended for
graduation and that the following degrees and diplomas be con-
ferred upon students as follows:
School of Liberal Arts, Degree of Bachelor of Arts
Mary E. Bacon
Lucy Rebecca Brannin
Mary Elizabeth Cooke
Harold Louderback (March)
Margaret Estella Mayberry
Alice Ruddell (March)
Upon motion of Regent Booher, seconded by Regent Starrett, de-
grees and diplomas upon the above students were approved.
School of Mines, Degree of Bachelor of Science
Halbert Boswell Bulmer
Francis Dean Bradley
Cyrus Harry Chism
Mark M. Kelly
Walker Stanley Palmer
William Hi Pearson
William Joseph Papo
Cassius Crowell Smith
Claude Leslie Smith
Charles William Stark
Upon motion of Regent Starrett, seconded by Regent Booher, de-
grees upon students in the School of Mines were confirmed.
School of Mechanical Engineering, Degree of Bachelor of Science
William J. O'Neill
Abram Hercules Steckler
School of Commerce, Degree of Bachelor of Science
John William Wright
School of General Science, Degree of Bachelor of Science
Ollie Nevada Wise
Nevada State Normal School
Annie Estelle Prouty
Upon motion of Regent Booher, seconded by Regent Starrett, the
degrees upon the above students were confirmed.
President Stubbs reported that Captain R. M. Brambila of the 27
Infantry, U. S. A. was detailed as Professor of Military Science
and Tactics of the State University.
The following list comprises the Officers who have received
commissions from the Governor of Nevada and also a list of the
H. L. Janes, Captain, Co. B
B. G. Mc Bride, Captain, Co. A
L. E. Elliott, Adjutant
C. C. Taylor, 1st Lieutenant, Co. A
W. J. O'Brien, 1st Lieutenant, Co. B
Gustan Hofman, 1st Lieutenant, Band
A. S. Hamlin, 2nd Lieutenant, Co. B
H. H. Cozier, 2nd Lieutenant, Co. A
J. D. Scott, 2nd Lieutenant and Quartermaster
Louis Kline, Corporal, Band
P. W. Parker, Corporal, Co. A
Fred Wilson, Corporal, Co. B
C. D. Roeder, Corporal, Co. A
J. P. Arnal, Corporal, Co. B
E. F. George, Corporal, Co. B
Fred Freeman, Corporal, Co. A
Austin Cheatham, Corporal, Co. A
F. J. Ryan, Corporal Co. B
Thomas O'Brien, Corporal Co. A
John Davis, Corporal, Co. B
Milan Davidovich, Sergeant, Co. A
James Ezell, Sergeant, Band
A. C. Curran, Sergeant, Co. A
J. M. Spencer, Sergeant, Band
J. A. Champagne, Sergeant, Co. B
A. M. Boyle, Sergeant, Co. A
Earl Harrington, Sergeant, Co. A
J. D. Leavitt, Sergeant, Co. A
W. E. Borden, Sergeant, Co. A
Robert Sawyer, Sergeant, Co. A
M. B. Kennedy, Sergeant, Co. B
Chester Hart, Sergeant, Co. B
James Hart, Sergeant, Co. B
Fred B. Stewart, Sergeant Major
These commissions are to be conferred Commencement morning.
Upon motion of Regent Booher, the Secretary of the Board was in-
structed to convey a letter to Captain R. M. Brambila with ex-
pressions of good will from the Board of Regents.
The resignation of Professor B. A. Etcheverry, Associate Profes-
sor of Physics and Civil Engineering, to take effect on the 31st
of August, 1905, was accepted.
President Stubbs nominated Mr. H. L. Prather as Instructor of
Mechanical Engineering for the ensuing year. Upon motion of
Regent Booher, seconded by Regent Starrett, the nomination of
Mr. H. L. Prather was approved and his salary fixed at Seven
Hundred and Fifty dollars per annum, to take effect from Septem-
ber 1, 1905.
Upon the recommendation of President Stubbs, Professor N. E.
Wilson was elected Dean of the University from August 31, 1905
to August 31, 1906, and Consulting Professor of the Departments
of Chemistry and Dairying for the same period.
Upon the recommendation of President Stubbs, Mr. S. B. Doten was
appointed Consulting Entomologist and Meteorologist from August
31, 1905 to August 31, 1906, and Professor Romanzo Adams was
elected Dean of the Normal School from August 31, 1905 to August
President Stubbs reported that scholarships had been awarded to
the following persons and class:
Unknown, Cassius Crowell Smith, $50
Alumni Scholarship to the Mining School, John Davis, $50
Hon. George S. Nixon Scholarship, Alberta Cowgill, $50
Hon. George S. Nixon Scholarship, M. P. Kennedy, $50
The Regents Class Scholarship of $75 goes to the Junior Class by
only 4/10 of 1% over the Sophomore Class.
The Chairman of the Board was authorized to make a contract with
the Reno Power Light and Water Company for as long a term of
years as possible at a reduction of 75% of the present rate for
electric lights now paying.
Minutes of May 2 read and approved.
No further business, the Board adjourned to Wednesday, May 31,
3 o'clock P.M.
Oscar J. Smith
Geo. H. Taylor