05/30/1964

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
May 30-31, 1964








05-30-1964

Pages 104-137



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

BOARD OF REGENTS

May 30, 1964



The Board of Regents met in the President's Office, Clark Ad-

ministration building, Reno Campus, on Saturday, May 30, 1964.

Present: Regents Anderson, Davis, Germain, Grant, Hug, Jacobsen,

Lombardi, Magee, White; Business Manager Humphrey, Engineer

Rogers, Vice President Young. Mr. Walsh, Deputy Attorney Gen-

eral, was present as Legal Adviser. Members of the Press were

Mr. Dromiack, Mr. Wilson and Mrs. Glendon. President Armstrong

was also present.



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Grant at 9:10 A.M.



1. Minutes of Previous Meeting



Upon motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Hug and unai-

mous vote, the minutes of the meeting of April 25, 1964

were approved with correction of a typographical error.



2. Approval of Check Registers



President Armstrong recommended that the Check Registers,

as submitted by Mr. Humphrey, be approved.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously by roll call vote, that the Check Registers

be approved.



3. Foreign Student Program



Mr. Floyd Edsall, Chairman of the Faculty Subcommittee on

Foreign Students, and Mr. Ben Echeverria, Foreign Student

Adviser, were present to discuss the program with the

Regents. A prepared progress report of the Foreign Student

Program had been prepared and submitted to the Regents for

their information, including the following Summary and

Suggestions:



The Foreign Student Program should continue to grow at

a good rate. The establishment of an international

house on or near Campus would aid the program greatly.

The foreign students need to be more closely assimilat-

ed into the Campus student body.



The recommendations of the Foreign Student Committee

in the establishment of special English courses for

foreign students should be implemented when feasible.



The insurance program could be implemented through

University action in negotiating a "dove-tailed" policy

to fit in with the present accident coverage and health

services offered by the University.



The operation of the Office of Foreign Student Adviser

could be improved if monies were available for attend-

ance at regional and national conferences of the Na-

tional Association of Foreign Student Affairs.



In the general discussion which followed, it was thought

desirable for more Nevada students to attend foreign Uni-

versities than at the present time. Mr. Edsall offered to

actively seek a program, either for the University of Nevada

by itself or in cooperation with another Institution or

agency, if it is so desired by the Administration. He

called attention to the fact that such program would re-

quire some financial support. The point was made, also,

that in any program, whether cooperative or not, provision

should be made for proper supervision of curriculum. Dr.

Anderson reported informally on information he had received

from the Institute of International Education and other

agencies -- that there are probably about 7500 American

students overseas in full credit degree programs.



Dr. Anderson suggested that the Regents would like to know

about how many students would be interested in education

abroad if an exchange program were to be instituted. At

the present time, information concerning overseas oppor-

tunities is forwarded by Mr. Echeverria to Department

Chairmen, and no record is kept of students who apply.



The Regents favored more travel money for the Foreign Stu-

dent Adviser, at least enough for him to attend national

meetings, and favored also the establishment of courses

in English for foreign students. President Armstrong

explained, as regards travel, that the Office of Student

Affairs receives its allocation for out-of-state travel,

the same as all offices and divisions of the University.

The Dean then decides how the money shall be spent. In

this instance, Dean Basta will be informed of the attitude

of the Regents.



Mr. Grant asked the Administration on behalf of the Regents

for specific recommendations on the program, including costs

and sources of financial help.



4. Building Committee Meeting of May 8, 1964



Dr. Anderson read and discussed the minutes of the meeting

as follows:



Present: Dr. Anderson (Chairman), Mr. Hug, Mr. Jacobsen,

Dr. Lombardi, Mrs. Magee, President Armstrong, Vice Presi-

dent Young, Business Manager Humphrey, University Engineer

Rogers, Mr. Cahlan, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Erskine.



(1) Valley Road Farm - Reno



Mr. Cahlan and Mr. Kelly reviewed the proposal of

Alexander and Associates to lease the Valley Road

Farm property of the University. Mr. Cahlan in

particular discussed his contacts with the heirs of

Enoch Morrill, who originally owned the property.

It was pointed out that the Attorney General's opinion

indicated that action of the Legislature would be

necessary in order to obtain a clear title to the

land. Also, because of the wording in the title, it

would appear that any income from the lease of the

land might have to go to the benefit of the Experiment

Station. Mr. Cahlan indicated that Alexander and Asso-

ciates would require an answer by July 31, 1964. Mr.

Cahlan indicated that the decision of the Regents on

this matter should be communicated to Mr. Lynn C.

Alexander, with a copy to Mr. Cahlan.



After Mr. Cahlan and Mr. Kelly left, the Committee

discussed the matter further. It was pointed out

that this land might be needed for future development

of the University.



Action: Mr. Jacobsen moved, Mr. Hug seconded, that

the Building Committee recommend to the Board of

Regents that the proposal of Alexander and Associates

not be considered further in view of the current needs

of the Experiment Station and the long-range land

needs of the University. Motion passed unanimously

by the members of the Committee (and all other Regents

present).



(2) University Planning Board Relations



Mr. Erskine appeared before the Committee to present

some ideas which he believed might improve working

relations between the University Engineer's Office

and the State Planning Board staff concerning Univer-

sity construction projects. Mr. Erskine presented his

proposal as follows:



A. On the basis of our experience with some $50 mil-

lion worth of construction, we feel that the final

inspection procedure on the University buildings

could be improved and simplified as follows:



a. Make the final inspection with a team consist-

ing of representatives of the University Engi-

neer's Office, the Planning Board, the Archi-

tect's Office, the General Contractor and his

subcontractors.



b. Issue, as a result of his joint inspection at

which all men listed above are continuously

present, a list of items to be corrected.



c. When this list is executed to the satisfaction

of the University Engineer's Office, occupy

the building and make final payment after the

lien period.



B. Since callbacks are costly for representatives of

the Architect's Office, the Contractor and his

subcontractors, the University should limit re-

quests for corrective action during the one-year

guarantee period to emergency items only.



C. Two months prior to the end of the one-year guar-

antee period on the building, hold a guarantee

inspection with the Planning Board, University

Engineer, Architect, Contractor and subcontractors

present. Present to the Contractor, at the end

of that guarantee inspection, a list of items to

be picked up, including necessary rebalancing of

air handling systems, a recheck of the functions

of all controls and motors, any items missed on

the first inspection as specified but uncompleted,

etc. At the same time this inspection team should

make recommendations on maintenance, based on their

observations of the condition of the building and

its equipment ten months after occupancy.



D. Most architects feel that they can do their best

work for a client if they have, in addition to

their normal function as the building designer,

some control over the selection of the furnish-

ings and the treatment of the exterior site de-

velopment, if such site development is not a part

of their contract.



FERRIS & ERSKINE, Architects



After Mr. Erskine left, the committee discussed the

matter further.



(3) State Historical Society



President Armstrong reported that the Nevada State

Historical Society must find a new home, and he sug-

gested that the University offer a location for the

Society's building so that it would be on, or close

to, the Campus. This could be on the basis of (a

long term) $1 a year lease. It was also suggested

that the University join with the Society to seek

funds from the Fleischmann Foundation. The Committee

agreed that President Armstrong should communicate

to officials of the Society the University's interest

in offering land for this purpose.



(4) Addition to Fish and Game Building



Mr. Rogers presented plans submitted by the Nevada

Fish and Game Commission for the addition of a propos-

ed shop building to the Commission's facilities on the

Valley Road Farm property. The Committee directed Mr.

Rogers to obtain more information on the proposed proj-

ect before it considered approval.



(5) Proposed Rezoning - Las Vegas



Mr. Rogers reported that a request has been made to

rezone from R-1 to R-4 classification some land on

Maryland Parkway across from the Nevada Southern

Campus.



Action: Mr. Jacobsen moved, Dr. Lombardi seconded,

that the Committee go on record as opposing any change

of the zoning. Motion passed unanimously.



(6) Proposed Street Dedication - Las Vegas



Mr. Rogers recommended that the University dedicate

land for a street along the westerly edge of the Nevada

Southern Campus. This needs to be done so that a water

line can be installed.



Action: Dr. Lombardi moved, Mr. Jacobsen seconded,

that the Committee recommend Board of Regents' approval

of the dedication of 40 feet of land along the westerly

edge of the Nevada Southern Campus to provide for a

street. Motion passed unanimously.



(7) Church Land - Las Vegas



The Committee authorized Mr. Rogers to speak to the

Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church to determine if

the Church would be willing to exchange its land in

the area of the Nevada Southern Campus for another

place of land west of the Church of the Latter Day

Saints of Jesus Christ land.



Kenneth E. Young

Acting Secretary



Dr. Anderson discussed the action of the Building Committee

regarding the Valley Road Farm, and noted that the Building

Committee had again considered the matter at its next meet-

ing.



Mr. Rogers spoke regarding Item #6, Proposed Street Dedica-

tion - Las Vegas, and indicated by use of a map the area

involved.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unani-

mously that the land be dedicated, as per recommendation

of the Building Committee.



5. Building Committee Meeting of May 29, 1964



President Armstrong read the minutes of the meeting as fol-

lows:



Present: Dr. Anderson (Chairman), Mr. Germain, Mr. Hug,

Mr. Jacobsen, Mr. Grant, Dr. Lombardi, Mrs. Magee, Dr.

White; President Armstrong, Vice President Young, Busi-

ness Manager Humphrey, University Engineer Rogers; Mr.

Hancock.



(1) Valley Road Farm - Reno



Mr. Germain expressed himself as being opposed to the

recommendation made at the May 18 meeting of the

Building Committee opposing the possible leasing of

the Valley Road Farm Experiment Station to Lynn Alex-

ander and Associates for development as a shopping

center. Other members of the Committee reiterated the

reasons for taking this position. No further action

was taken.



(2) Maryland Parkway - Las Vegas



Mr. Rogers reported that the University has been asked

to dedicate 50 feet of land across the front of the

Nevada Southern Campus for the improvement of Maryland

Parkway.



Motion: Dr. Lombardi moved, Mr. Jacobsen seconded,

that the Committee recommend Board approval of the

dedication of 50 feet across the front of the Nevada

Southern Campus for the improvement of Maryland Park-

way. Motion passed unanimously.



(3) New Water Line - Las Vegas



Mr. Rogers reported that the University must dedicate

an 80-foot wide strip of land for a street at the cen-

ter of section north and south of the Nevada Southern

Campus to provide the necessary right-of-way for a new

water line.



Motion: Dr. Lombardi moved, Mr. Jacobsen seconded,

that the Committee recommend Board approval of the

dedication of an 80-foot strip of land along the

center of section north and south from east-west

center of section to Flamingo Road, Nevada Southern

Campus, for a street and right-of-way for a new water

line. Motion passed unanimously.



(4) Physical Sciences Building - Reno



Mr. Rogers distributed copies of letters from Mr.

Hancock, Secretary-Manager of the State Planning Board,

informing the University that the State Planning Board

believes that a new contract must be negotiated with

Lockard and Casazza for the development of plans for

the Physical Sciences building on the Reno Campus. Mr.

Hancock pointed out that there would be no difference

in eventual costs if the architects developed only

preliminary plans rather than complete plans prior to

the next session of the Legislature. However, there

would be a delay of approximately five months in

starting the project. Mr. Rogers urged that the arch-

itects be allowed to proceed with the development of

complete plans and specifications.



Mr. Jacobsen was elected temporary Chairman when Dr. Anderson was

called from the room.



Motion: Dr. Lombardi moved, Mr. Germain seconded, that

the Committee recommend that the Board go on record as

requesting the prompt development of complete plans and

specifications for the Physical Sciences building on

the Reno Campus. Motion passed unanimously.



(5) Land Use Change - Las Vegas



Dr. Armstrong distributed copies of a letter from Mr.

Portenier relative to the zoning of Lot 57 on Mary-

land Parkway adjacent to the Nevada Southern Campus.

This matter was voted on at the May 8 meeting of the

Building Committee.



Motion: Mr. Germain moved, Dr. Lombardi seconded,

that the Committee rescind its action at the May 8

meeting opposing the proposed change from R-1 to R-4

zoning of Lot 57 on Maryland Parkway. Motion passed

with one "no" vote.



Motion: Mr. Germain moved, Dr. Lombardi seconded,

that Mr. Rogers be instructed to transmit this in-

formation to the Clark County Planning Commission.

Motion passed unanimously.



(6) Church Property - Las Vegas



Mr. Hancock reported that he and Mr. Rogers met with

Bishop Dwyer last week relative to the Roman Catholic

Church property in the area of the Nevada Southern

Campus. Bishop Dwyer indicated that he would be

willing to consider a trade of the church property

for property across Maryland Parkway. It will be

up to the University to work up a possible three-way

trade, involving University property along Flamingo

Road and a possible location across Maryland Parkway.

No action was required by the Committee.



(7) Nevada Historical Society - Reno



Dr. Anderson and Mr. Rogers reported on the possibil-

ity of the University leasing land for a building to

be erected as the home of the Nevada Historical Soci-

ety, adjacent to the Reno Campus, at the northwest

corner of Center and 9th Streets. It was pointed out

that other property in the area of the proposed site

probably would have to be acquired in order to provide

enough land for the building and parking.



Motion: Mr. Hug moved, Mr. Jacobsen seconded, that

the Committee recommend to the Board that the Univer-

sity property located at 9th and Center Streets be

offered to the Nevada Historical Society on a long-

term lease at $1 a year and that the Board express

its hope that the Society will accept this offer.

Motion passed unanimously.



(8) Acquisition of Property - Reno



Dr. Armstrong distributed copies of a memorandum from

Dr. Young, Mr. Humphrey and Mr. Rogers, proposing a

plan for the acquisition of property adjacent to the

Reno Campus. Dr. Armstrong recommended approval, as

follows:



May 29, 1964



MEMORANDUM



TO: President Charles J. Armstrong



FROM: Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

Dr. Kenneth E. Young, Executive Vice President

James D. Rogers, University Engineer



RE: Acquisition of Selected Property within

Boundaries of Approved Master Plan.



This memorandum is written as a result of further

study of the subject. A memorandum of March 13, 1964

on the same subject to you developed proposed methods

of financing and outlined recommended procedures for

purchase of such property.



The Attorney General was requested by Mr. Humphrey's

letter of February 19, 1964 to respond to the follow-

ing questions:



1. Can the University of Nevada buy land without

specific legislative authorization?



2. If the answer to Question No. 1 is affirmative,

can the University of Nevada borrow money from

either a bank or interfund (i. e., from an un-

restricted fund with sufficient surplus) to

finance such purchase?



3. Again, if the answer to Question No. 1 is affirm-

ative, can the University of Nevada purchase

mortgaged property subject to the mortgage and

pay the mortgage from income produced by the

property?



The Attorney General in Opinion No. 124, dated April

14, 1964, responded to the questions as follows:



"It is, therefore, the opinion of this office,

that the University can buy land without specific

legislative authorization only if funds are used

which are acquired over and above legislative

appropriation, and only to the extent of such

surplus. The University, acting through its

Board of Regents, cannot borrow money from a bank

or financial institution without legislative

authorization. The University can purchase

mortgaged property only if funds other than those

appropriated by the Legislature are available,

and then only if the income from such mortgaged

property is sufficient to meet the mortage pay-

ments."



After additional consideration of the problem and of

the Attorney General's opinion, we recommend that the

University proceed to purchase property and that the

following procedures be approved by the Board of

Regents.



1. The area within which property is to be purchased

is defined as follows:



A. The area surrounding the new Dormitory area

(former cemetery) bounded by North Sierra,

Artemisia Way and College Drive.



B. The area immediately north of the new Dormi-

tory and bounded by North Virginia, College

Drive, Hillside Drive and 15th Street.



C. The area east of the Campus, bounded by Evans

Avenue from the intersection of Evans Avenue

and East 9th Street north to the University

property presently leased to the U. S. Navy.



2. Authority to purchase the defined property in the

name of the Board of Regents is delegated to the

Business Manager subject to the concurrence of the

University Engineer and the approval of the Presi-

dent. Authority to purchase is limited to paying

not more than the appraised value established by

the contract appraiser.



A. Property offered for sale shall be appraised

by a qualified real estate appraiser selected

by the Board of Regents who shall be on con-

tract. The terms of the contract shall be

negotiated by the Business Manager and subject

to approval of the President.



B. The Business Manager and the University Engi-

neer will also appraise any property offered

for sale before an offer is made. Every ef-

fort shall be made to secure the lowest pos-

sible price. The appraisals shall also include

an estimate of the monthly rental value of the

property.



C. A complete file of appraisals and other working

papers shall be kept on each parcel of property

considered.



3. A special fund for the purchase of property shall

be established in Fund Group 91, to be controlled

by the Business Manager, titled "Property Acquisi-

tion Fund". The following sums are transferred to

create the fund: (a) $25,000 from the Board of

Regents Special Projects Fund (1-51-4056); (b)

$10,000 from Alice Dimmitt Endowment Income (1-

51-7002); (c) $10,000 from Hayden Ellicott En-

dowment Income (1-51-7004); and (d) $5,000 from

W. E. Travis Grant (1-91-3006).



4. A separate sub-fund of the "Property Acquisition

Fund" shall be established for each parcel acquired

and all expenses connected with acquisition of the

property and direct charges for maintenance shall

be charged to the sub-fund and all income from rent

of the property shall be credited to the sub-fund.



5. Property may be purchased subject to a mortgage if

the estimated rental income from the property is

sufficient to meet the mortgage payments.



Motion: Dr. Lombardi moved, Mr. Jacobsen seconded,

that the Committee recommend Board approval of the

proposed land acquisition plan. Motion passed unani-

mously. The Committee authorized the Administration

to select an appraiser.



(9) Disposition of President's Residence - Reno



Dr. Armstrong recommended that the old President's

residence on Mt. Rose be put on the market and sold,

once the new President's residence on Lakeside Drive

is ready for occupancy. The President suggested that

this matter be handled without publicity. The Com-

mittee agreed that the Administration be authorized

to have the property appraised and take all other

steps prior to a possible sale.



(10) Encroachment Revocable Permit



Mr. Rogers presented a request that an Encroachment

Revocable Permit for Highway 395 access at the Stadium

parking lot, between the University and the Highway

Department, be executed.



Motion: Mr. Jacobsen moved, Dr. Lombardi seconded,

that the Committee recommend that the Board authorize

the Chairman to sign the necessary permit. Motion

passed unanimously.



Kenneth E. Young

Acting Secretary



Item #1, the Valley Road Farm matter, was discussed by

Dr. Armstrong.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried, with

the following vote, that the Regents approve the action of

the Building Committee: Mr. Germain passed his vote; all

other Regents voted "aye". Mr. Germain stated that, had

he been at the meeting of the Building Committee, he would

not have voted in favor of the action, and Mr. Jacobsen

reiterated his stand that the University might need the

land for its own use and therefore should retain possession

of it.



Item #2, Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, was discussed by Mr.

Rogers.



Motion by Mr. Germain, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

unanimously that the recommendation of the Building Com-

mittee be approved.



Item #4, Physical Sciences Building, Reno, was discussed.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously to approve the recommendation of the Building

Committee, with the change in wording from "urging prompt

development" to "requesting the prompt development".



Item #5, Land Use Change - Las Vegas, was discussed by Mr.

Rogers, and the letter from Mr. Portenier, making the re-

quest, was read. President Armstrong recommended approval.



Motion by Mr. Germain, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried with

the following vote, to approve the actions of the Build-

ing Committee: Jacobsen - "no"; Germain, Grant, Hug,

Lombardi, White - "yes"; Anderson, Davis, Magee - not

voting.



Mr. Rogers discussed Item #7 - Nevada Historical Society,

Reno. President Armstrong recommended approval.



Motion by Mr. Germain, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously to approve the recommendation of the Building

Committee.



Referring to Item #8, Acquisition of Property - Reno, Dr.

Armstrong discussed the memorandum included in the Build-

ing Committee minutes, and recommended approval of the

recommendation of the Building Committee.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Anderson, carried

unanimously by roll call vote, that the Board approve the

land acquisition plan as recommended by the Building Com-

mittee and that this become the policy of the Board of

Regents, including authorization for the Administration to

select an appraiser.



Item #10, Encroachment Revocable Permit, was discussed by

Mr. Rogers, who said that such permit was necessary for

egress from and entering the parking area for the Stadium.

President Armstrong recommended approval.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unani-

mously that the Chairman of the Board be authorized to

sign the necessary permit.



6. Progress Report, Building Program



Mr. Rogers presented the following report on the status of

the University design and construction projects under the

jurisdiction of the State Planning Board:



(1) Power Distribution, Clark Administration Building



The general contractor, Harker & Harker, is approxi-

mately 50% completed with the original work. Author-

ization to extend the power service to Stewart and

Morrill Halls is pending execution of change order.



(2) Physical Education Facilities, Phase I, Reno Campus



A contract in the amount of $181,932 has been awarded

to W. W. Wiechmann Construction Company for the earth-

work portion of this project. It is anticipated that

notice to proceed with the work will be given shortly

after the first of the month.



(3) Design of Physical Science Building, Reno Campus



The architects have completed the National Science

Foundation application work and are proceeding under

the terms of the preliminary design contract with the

completion of complete preliminary plans that can be

presented to the next session of the Legislature for

consideration of construction funding.



(4) Design Social Science Building, Reno Campus



The architect has completed his preliminary drawings

and is awaiting further instructions from the Univer-

sity for the preparation of the National Institute of

Health application.



(5) Social Science Building, Las Vegas



Work on this project is progressing satisfactorily.

The contractor is "out of the ground" with the con-

struction work.



(6) Site Development, Nevada Southern



The final plans are being prepared on the water dis-

tribution line to the Dormitory area. Final plans for

this project were necessarily delayed due to the nec-

essity of coordinating the work with the Clark County

Fire Department concerning emergency routing and fire-

plug locations.



In accordance with the University's request, we have

obligated $12,600 of available funds for the purpose

of paying a prorated share of the installation of the

water line from Flamingo down Harmon to University

property. The project is static at the present time

pending University dedication of the required right-

of-way and the development of a suitable agreement

meeting the requirements of the Attorney General's

Office for payment of the State's share.



(7) Men's and Women's Dormitory, Reno Campus



Architects are working on the final plans and speci-

fications for this project.



(8) Land Acquisition, Nevada Southern



No additional acquisitions have been made since the

last report. A meeting was recently held with Bishop

Dwyer concerning the possibility of having the Catholic

Church relocate to another area. The Bishop indicated

that he would entertain the possibility of exchanging

his property for property on the east side of Mary-

land Parkway. Since this places the project beyond

the scope of the State Planning Board, this will be

handled by the University.



(9) Advanced Planning, Library Additions, Las Vegas Campus



The Board has selected James B. Mc Daniel to prepare

an advance plan of the requested additions to the

Library at Nevada Southern that will be considered by

the next session of the Legislature.



Mr. Rogers then presented the following report of the proj-

ects under University supervision:



Construction Projects



(1) Dairy Farm Correction of construction

deficiences in progress

(2) White Pine Hall Paging Completed

System

(3) Residence, U of N, Knoll Completed

Creek Experiment Station,

Contact, Nevada

(4) Move Temporary Bldg. "D" Completed

(5) Laboratory Benches, Elec- Completed

trical Engineering Bldg.

(6) Move Temporary Bldg. "B" 75% completed

(7) Top Soil, Landscaping and 25% completed

Sprinklers, Jot Travis

Union Addition and Juniper

Hall

(8) Paving, Linoln Hall Drive- Contract awarded

way, Reno Campus

(9) Installation of Window Bid under advisement

Coverings, Fleischmann

Life Science Wing, Reno

Campus

(10) Installation of Window Bid under advisement

Shades, Frandsen Humani-

ties, Reno Campus



Design Projects



(1) Dining and Dormitory, Las Preparing working drawings

Vegas Campus

(2) Radiological Buildings, Pending lease negotiation

Las Vegas

(3) Landscaping and Sprinklers, Preparing drawings

Scrugham Engineering-Mines

Building



In addition to the items listed, it was noted that the

house has now been completed on Knoll Creek Station, after

encountering problems of distance from the labor market.



7. Variance Request, Ninth and Virginia Streets



Mr. Rogers discussed the request for construction of an

apartment house at the northwest corner of Ninth and Vir-

ginia Streets, to be higher than zoning permits at that

location. It was the consensus of the Regents that the

University would not protest.



8. Report of Bid Openings



President Armstrong presented the following items:



a) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2:00 P.M. on Thursday, May 7, 1964.

Present were: Assistant Business Manager Hattori,

Assistant University Engineer Whalen, and a member of

a bidding firm. Bid notice had duly appeared in local

papers for PAVING LINCOLN HALL DRIVEWAY, UNIVERSITY OF

NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Hattori as follows:



Nevada Paving Inc. $2969

accompanied by cashier's check



Isbell Construction Co. 2995

accompanied by bid bond



It is recommended that the bid of Nevada Paving Inc.,

in the amount of $2969 be accepted, and that a contract

be drawn to accomplish this work. This bid is within

the estimate prepared by the University Engineer's

Office, and funds are available in the Buildings and

Grounds Operating Repairs Budget, Account No. 1-01-9010-

39.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ James D. Rogers

University Engineer



Approved:

/s/ Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President



Voucher No. 90020



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried unani-

mously by roll call vote that the acceptance of the

bid and the awarding of the contract be approved.



b) A meeting to open bids was held in Room 102, Morrill

Hall, at 2:00 P.M. on Monday, May 18, 1964. Present

were Assistant Engineer Whalen and Assistant Business

Manager Hattori. Bid notices had duly appeared in local

papers for INSTALLATION OF WINDOW SHADES, FRANDSEN

HUMANITIES BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA.



One bid was received and opened by Mr. Hattori, as

follows:



Herb's Awning & Drapery Co. $1259.16

accompanied by cashier's check



It is recommended that this bid be accepted and a con-

tract be drawn to accomplish this work. This bid is

within the estimate prepared by the Engineer's Office,

and funds are available in the Building and Grounds

Operating Repairs Budget, Account No. 01-9010-39.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ James D. Rogers

University Engineer



Approved:

/s/ Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President



Voucher No. 90021



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried

unanimously by roll call vote that the acceptance of

the bid and the awarding of the contract be approved.



9. Class Actions



President Armstrong recommended approval of the following

Class A actions as approved by the University faculty:



Item 2, Section I, entitled Tenure, page 34 of the Univer-

sity Code be changed as follows:



A. Change April 1st to March 1st in line 5.



B. Change February 1st to December 1st in line 8.



These changes affect notice of termination given to faculty

members on probationary appointments. In the case of a

faculty member serving his first year, he would be notified

on March 1st rather than April 1st that his contract would

not be continued. In the case of a faculty member who has

served one or more probationary years, he would be notified

on December 1st rather than February 1st that his contract

would not be continued. The University Council believes

that these changes make for a more equitable arrangement

and allow extra time for the person affected to seek em-

ployment elsewhere.



On page 9, paragraph 3 of the University Code add:



3.1 Purpose



The University Council is the primary organized instru-

ment of the University faculty. Its major objective is

the formulation and recommendation to the President of

legislation relative to University educational policy

and faculty welfare.



The following is required to maintain numerical sequence:

Renumber existing paragraphs 3.1 to 3.2; 3.2 to 3.3; 3.3 to

3.4; and 3.4 to 3.5.



Add the following new paragraph:



3.6 Officers



The Council shall elect from among its members a Chair-

men and a Vice Chairman who shall both serve for one

year and shall not be eligible to succeed themselves.

The Council shall elect a Secretary from among its

members who shall be responsible for the keeping of

accurate records of all activities of the Council. The

Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, and two additional

representatives elected at large from the University

Council membership shall constitute the Executive Board

of the Council. In no case shall a majority of the

seats on the Executive Board be held by one College or

division.



Except for the last sentence, the new paragraph does not

represent a change as the provision for election of Officers

and Board members is exactly as is now provided for in the

By-Laws of the University Council.



Page 11, paragraph 5.1 Class A Actions. Substitute the

following for the first paragraph:



Class A actions are those which pertain to matters of

general University educational policy and faculty wel-

fare. These would comprise subjects University-wide

in character and, in the main, related to: academic

standards, degree programs, graduate studies, research,

the University Code, salary schedules, faculty privi-

leges, and faculty fringe benefits.



Such actions shall normally be initiated by the Univer-

sity Council, some segment of the University faculty,

or from the President. After the University Council

has determined a matter to be Class A action, it shall

follow Procedure I or Procedure II.



Add the following:



Procedure I



a. The Class A action shall be approved or disapproved

by vote of the University Council.



b. Within 5 days after each Council meeting the facul-

ty shall be informed via faculty bulletins or other

adequate means of the Council's decision on each

such Class A action.



c. Any Class A action handled by Procedure I shall be

assigned to Procedure II if, within 15 days after

publication of the Council's actions, the Chairman

of the Council receives a written request for such

assignment signed by at least 10% of the members of

the University faculty, or by at least 40% of the

membership of any single College or major division.



Add the heading "Procedure II" to the present procedure as

outlined in sentences a. b. c. d. and e. under paragraph

5.1, page 11 of the University Code. (As issued under

date of September 4, 1963).



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

unanimously that the Class A actions be approved.



10. Acceptance of Gifts



President Armstrong presented the following list of gifts

which had been received by the University, and recommended

acceptance by the Board:



Library, Reno Campus



The Bollingen Foundation, New York - copy of "Man and Trans-

formation", papers from the "Eranos" yearbooks, 5, and

"Hindu Polytheism" by Alan Danielou.



Mrs. E. L. Cord, Reno - William Allen Smith's copy of

"Masterpieces of Industrial Art and Sculpture" of the In-

ternational Exhibition, 1962; copy of "Deusenberg, the

Mightiest American Motor Car, the Classic Cord"; the

Churchill biography published by the Illustrated London

News, and other publications.



Dr. R. C. Fuson, Chemistry Department - copy of "Advances

in Organometallic Chemistry", Volume I, edited by F. G. A.

Stone and Robert West.



Professor A. L. Higginbotham, Department of Journalism -

copy of Willard Grosvenor Bleyer's "The Profession of

Journalism".



Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ireland, Reno - $5 in memory of Mr. Zeb

R. Turner toward purchase of a mineral science book.



Rockefeller for President Committee, Reno - copies of

"Nelson Rockefeller, a Political Biography" by James

Desmond, and "The Real Rockefeller" by Frank Gervasi.



Mr. David Mussatti, Reno - four Department of Agriculture

reports of the 19th century.



Dr. Samuel Ornstein, Reno - three copies of "Mentally

Retarded Children in Nevada".



Dr. Willard Z. Park, Department of Sociology and Anthro-

pology - page-proof copy of his "Shamanism in Western North

America", "Tribes of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colom-

bia", "Paviotso Polyandry", and Sigmund Sameth's thesis,

"Creek Negroes".



Dr. and Mrs. Fred M. Anderson, Reno - $25 for purchase of

books for the use of the Center for Western North American

Studies in memory of Mrs. Thyrza Fowler.



Mr. John M. Harlan, Sausalito, California - $10 for the

Jack Myles Memorial Bookshelf.



Dr. Luis D. Bolinger, Carson City - scientific periodicals.



Bollingen Foundation, New York - copy of "The Alter Court"

by Lehman and Spittle.



Mr. E. L. Cord, Reno - various issues of "The Blood Horse",

"The Thoroughbred", and "Editor and Publisher", and 8 cata-

logs from Parke-Bernet Galleries.



Professor M. W. Deming, University of Nevada - copy of

"Spectroscopy and Molecular Structure" by King.



Mr. John Eckert, Reno - copy of "The Heart of Japan" by

Campbell, Crowther's "Hollywood Rajah", Overmyer's "Amer-

ica's First Hamlet", Ricci's "Anonymous (20th Century)",

and 4 miscellaneous books.



Dr. R. C. Fuson, University of Nevada - copy of "Tables of

Identification of Organic Compounds", and 3 miscellaneous

books.



Mrs. Evangeline Reese Grant, Reno - $10 for purchase of

books in memory of Howard Mason and Ebba Witt.



Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Hardy, Reno - 6 volumes of Surgeon

General's "Medical and Surgical Records of the War of the

Rebellion".



Mrs. C. M. Heron, San Gabriel, California - 75 volumes of

AIME transactions for Mackay School of Mines Library.



Mr. Samuel G. Houghton, Reno - copy of Porter's "The Place

No One Knew".



Mrs. S. H. Hunewill, Sr., Bridgeport, California - $5 for

Library Book Fund in memory of Robert Farrar.



Mrs. Martina Mendiguren and Mrs. Francis Muguira, Reno -

$2.50 each for Jack Myles Memorial Bookshelf.



Mrs. Frank Peterson, Minden - books from Columbia Univer-

sity.



Mrs. W. F. Sauer, Carson City - 1896 Darwin and 11th edi-

tion of "Britannica".



Mrs. H. W. Sawyer, Sparks - copy of "Index to Nevada Maga-

zine, July 1945 - February 1949".



Miss Ina H. Stiner, Porterville, California - pictures of

her University of Nevada Class of 1894 and $55 for purchase

of books in remembrance of her class and Professors.



Mrs. W. S. Woytinsky, Washington, D. C. - copies of "So

Much Alice" and "Market and Prices".



Mrs. Richard Magee, Regent - $500 to be added to her previ-

ous gift for purchase of books, periodicals, journals, and

other publications in the field of Anthropology and Arch-

eology.



For the University of Nevada Matching Book Fund:



Nevada Home Agents Association $ 50.00

Dr. R. J. Morris 100.00

R. C. Fuson 50.00

T. Carroll Wilson 125.00

Stanley Pargellis 75.00

George E. Scholling 125.00

Eugene B. Longfield 125.00

ABC Block Company 125.00

E. T. Wise-Hydro Conduit Corp. 150.00

Leslie E. Clover 125.00

Jackson Mountain Mining Co. 50.00

Meridian Life Insurance Co. 125.00

Mrs. Albert Nichols 125.00

Friends of the Library 874.50

University Alumni 764.00

University Faculty 307.00

Total $3295.50



Library Gifts, Nevada Southern Campus



U-Wah-Un Study Club, Las Vegas - $75 for Library books.



Women's Auxiliary, American Institute of Mining Engineers,

Las Vegas - $50 for purchase of scientific and technical

books.



Mr. Robert G. Mitchell and staff of the La Concha Motel,

Las Vegas - $35 in memory of Mr. M. K. Doumani.



Miscellaneous Gifts



Washoe Gem and Mineral Society - 33 color slides with iden-

tification notes from the collection of James B. Palmer,

for the Mackay School of Mines.



Standard Oil Company of California - a gallon of CT-70 oil

specialized for use in the Electrical Engineering Labora-

tory, value $10.



Scripps-Howard Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio - $1000 as the

1964 contribution to the Scripps Grant in Journalism.



Mrs. C. M. Heron, San Gabriel, California - collection of

minerals and rocks for the Mackay Museum.



Mr. Alexander von Hafften, The Great Basin Exploration

Company, San Francisco, California - $100 in appreciation

for courtesies and considerations received from the Mackay

School of Mines.



Idaho Mining Corporation, Reno - $500 in appreciation for

help and advice from the Mackay School of Mines.



Harold's Club, Reno - $301.50 to finance a field trip for

students and Departmental staff to Art Museums in the Bay

Area.



International Business Machines Corporation, New York - $75

to match the constribution of Mr. J. A. Goetz, Jr.



U-Wah-Un Study Club, Las Vegas - $25 for the Nevada Southern

Art Gallery Fund.



Mrs. Vivian Woods, Las Vegas - $25 for the Nevada Southern

Art Gallery Fund.



Scholarship Payments



Soroptimist Club of Reno - $500 for the 1964-65 academic

year.



D. W. Reynolds Foundation, Fort Smith, Arkansas - $500 for

the 1964-65 academic year.



Nevada State Pharmaceutical Association, Women's Auxiliary,

Reno - $100 for the 1964-65 academic year.



Reno Business and Professional Women's Club, Reno - $200

for the 1964-65 Felice Cohn Scholarship.



Mr. Ray Knisley, Lovelock, Nevada - $250 to be awarded to

Robert Mateas for the Spring semester, 1965.



Mrs. Richard Magee, Regent - $500 for the Orvis School of

Nursing.



Reynolds Electrical & Engineering Company, Inc., Las Vegas -

$250



Executives' Secretaries, Inc., Las Vegas - $405.70



Viola Vestal Coulter Foundation - $250



Trans-Mississippi Golf Association, Colorado Springs,

Colorado - $800



Nevada Congress of Parents & Teachers - $100



Quota Club of Reno - $50



Mrs. J. L. Semenza, Reno - $100



To the Robert Farrar Memorial Scholarship Fund:



Mrs. Rowena E. Darch, Piedmont, California - $5

Mrs. Alta M. Mc Kay, Topaz, California - $2

Mrs. Curtis Gansberg, Coleville, California - $5

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Oliver, Carson City - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Bill A. Ligon, Reno - $10



New Scholarships



From a Reunion Group of Nevadans living in the Bay Area -

$400 for a Freshman scholarship.



From Nevada Association of Broadcasters - $150 for a schol-

arship in Electronics Journalism, under the following

provisions:



1. Annual grant of $150.



2. Awarded by the University of Nevada Committee on

Scholarships and Prizes upon recommendation of the

faculty of the Department of Journalism.



3. Qualifications of the recipient:



A. A major in Journalism preparing for news, public

relations, or advertising work in the electron-

ics media.



B. A Junior or Senior in University rank.



C. A strong scholastic record in Journalism and

not less than the requirements for graduation

in all University subjects.



D. Unusual promise and interest in a career in

Electronics Journalism.



4. Consultation with a representative of the Nevada

Association of Broadcasters in the selection of

the recipient.



From Mrs. Warren V. Richardson, Reno - $5000 endowment

under the following provisions:



1. The scholarships shall be designated the "Warren V.

Richardson Scholarships".



2. The amount of each scholarship shall be determined

by the Dean and faculty of the Mackay School of

Mines.



3. The scholarships shall be awarded to academically

deserving students of the Mackay School of Mines,

who have financial need.



4. The recipients of these scholarships shall be

chosen by the faculty of the Mackay School of Mines.



If, owning to changed circumstances, future conditions

indicate that uses other than scholarships may be more

desirable, then the principal and net income of this

gift may be used as the Dean and faculty of the Mackay

School of Mines deem wise and beneficial for the ad-

vancement and support of the Mackay School of Mines and

its activities. However, I request that the funds be

used for purposes which normally are not supported by

the State, rather than those activities and functions

which are traditionally well supported by State appro-

priation. Such future uses shall always be designated

as part of the "Warren V. Richardson Memorial Fund".



Grants



From the National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C. -

$9800 for support of research entitled "Life History Studies

of Empetrichthys Latos Latos Miller", under the direction of

Professor James E. Deacon, Division of Science and Mathe-

matics, Nevada Southern; $22,235 for support of "Field

Training for Anthropologists" for a 10-week period under the

direction of Dr. Warren L. d'Azevedo, Department of Anthro-

pology; $63,800 for research entitled "Nevada Atmospheric

Research Project" under the direction of Professor Wendell

A. Mordy, Desert Research Institute; and $3550 for support

of an "Undergraduate Instructional Scientific Equipment

Program" under the direction of Dr. Donald G. Conney, De-

partment of Biology.



From the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Wash-

ington, D. C. - $90,078 for a "Summer Language Institute for

Secondary Teachers of French" under the direction of Dr.

Charles V. Wells, Department of Foreign Languages.



From the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare,

National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland - $9319

for research entitled "Interpersonal Factors in Behavioral

Stability" under the direction of Dr. Paul F. Secord and

Dr. Carl W. Backman, Department of Psychology; $30,322

for support of "Undergraduate Training in Psychiatric

Nursing" under the direction of Dean Marjorie J. Elmore,

Orvis School of Nursing; and $14,851 for support of re-

search entitled "Response-Produced Changes in Behavior

Chains" under the direction of Dr. Beatrice T. Gardner,

Desert Research Institute.



From the Fleischmann Foundation, Reno - $10,000 represent-

ing the 8th increment of the Fleischman Foundation Match-

ing Book Fund Drive.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

unanimously that the gifts be accepted and that the Sec-

retary write suitable notes of thanks to the donors.



11. Personnel Recommendations



Personnel recommendations were presented by the President,

as follows:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Appointments as follows:



Clarence Mc Clelland Skau as Associate Professor of Water-

shed Management at a salary of $12,182 based on twelve

months' service, effective July 1, 1964 (new position).



Le Roy Francis Rogers as Assistant Professor of Agricultural

Economics at a salary of $10,044 based on twelve months'

service, effective July 1, 1964 (unfilled position).



Jean Bratton Wyckoff as Associate Professor of Agricultural

Economics and Agricultural Education at a salary of $12,182

based on twelve months' service, effective July 1, 1964

(replacement for Glen Fulcher).



Robert Henry Berg as Graduate Assistant in Plant Science

at a salary of $3450 based on twelve months' service,

effective July 1, 1964 (replacement for Allen Bruner).



Larry Arthur Doughty as Graduate Assistant in Plant Science

at a salary of $3450 based on twelve months' service, ef-

fective July 1, 1964 (new position).



Kenneth Ray Mc Adams as Graduate Assistant in Plant Science

at a salary of $3450 based on twelve months' service, ef-

fective July 1, 1964 (replacement for Donald H. Heinze).



Charles F. Wilkie as Graduate Assistant in Plant Science

at a salary of $3450 based on twelve months' service (sal-

ary from grant-in-aid from Bureau of Land Management),

effective July 1, 1964 (new position).



Julianne Chancerelle as Lecturer in Home Economics, May

1-31, 1964 - $680



Gordon K. Harris, Lecturer in Plant Science, July 1 to

September 1, 1964 - $920



Leave of Absence as follows:



Clair Christensen, Rural Areas Development Specialist, for

7 months without pay, effective November 1, 1964, in order

that he might attend the Agricultural Policy Institute at

North Carolina State University.



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Appointments as follows:



Keith Robinson Price as Instructor in Biology at a salary

of $6600 for this academic year 1964-65 (replacement for

William Haskell, temporary replacement for Gene Newcomb).



Frederick Merlin Martin as Graduate Assistant in Biology

at a salary of $2500 for the academic year 1964-65 (re-

placement for Ralph Dykes).



James Alvin Ferguson as Graduate Assistant in Chemistry

at a salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65 (re-

placement for George A. Gray).



Bernard J. Fumagalli as Graduate Assistant in Chemistry

(1/4 time) at a salary of $1250 for the academic year 1964-

65.



Howard Vernon Starks as Assistant Professor of English

(contingent upon completion of all requirements for the

Ph. D. degree by September 1, 1964) at a salary of $7000

for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for Maurice

Schmair).



Allen J. Belkind as Instructor in English at a salary of

$6885 for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for Jack

Behar).



Danny Ducker as Graduate Assistant in English at a salary

of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for

Allen L. Curtis).



Charles F. Owen as Graduate Assistant in English at a sal-

ary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65.



James Orville Manuel as Graduate Assistant in English at a

salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65 (new posi-

tion).



Monica Jean Oswalt as Graduate Assistant in English at a

salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65 (new posi-

tion.



Ronald Thomas Tyler as Graduate Assistant in English at a

salary of $2500 for the academic year 1964-65 (new posi-

tion).



James Lee Green as Graduate Assistant in English at a sal-

ary of $2500 for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement

for Ralph Eavenson).



Mary Nell Howard as Graduate Assistant in Health, Physical

Education and Recreation at a salary of $2300 for the aca-

demic year 1964-65 (replacement for Sylvia Moseley).



Phillip Irving Earl as Graduate Assistant in History at a

salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement

for Judith Franklin).



Carlos Jorge de Rego Borges as Assistant Professor of Math-

ematics (contingent upon completion of all requirements for

the Ph. D. degree by September 1, 1964) at a salary of

$8033 for the academic year 1964-65 (unfilled position).



James D. Whitlock as Graduate Assistant in Mathematics at

a salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65 (replace-

ment for Guss M. Griffin).



Eric Carl Nummela as Graduate Assistant in Mathematics at

a salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65 (replace-

ment for Betty Jo Cosby).



Yvonne S. Williamson as Graduate Assistant in Physics at

a salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65 (unfilled

position).



John Francis Dolan as Graduate Assistant in Political Sci-

ence at a salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65

(replacement for Jessica Sledge).



Harold Eugene Allen as Graduate Assistant in Political Sci-

ence at a salary of $2300 for the academic year 1964-65

(replacement for Jack Devine).



Robert Edward Ericson as Lecturer in Speech and Drama at a

salary of $7479 for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement

for Robert Strane).



Post-retirement appointment as follows:



Paul Eldridge as Professor of English at a salary of $13,200

based on twelve months' service, effective July 1, 1964 (re-

placement for Robert A. Hume, who will be on sabbatical

leave for one year).



Reappointment as follows:



Herbert Diamante as Lecturer in English at a salary of $8033

for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for Stanley

Freiberg).



16 appointments in the National Defense Education Act Sum-

mer Language Institute - June 12 to August 10, 1964.



5 appointments in the National Science Foundation - Summer

Institute in Mathematics, 1964.



ASSOCIATED STUDENTS



Reappointments as follows:



James Mc Nabney as Graduate Manager and ASUN Bookstore

Manager at a salary of $10,548 based on twelve months'

service, effective July 1, 1964.



Trinie Erquiaga as Administrative Assistant to the Graduate

Manager and Bookstore Manager at a salary of $6438.60 based

on twelve months' service, effective July 1, 1964.



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Appointments as follows:



Chester Milton Kearney as Associate Professor of Economics

at a salary of $8700 for the academic year 1964-65 (tempo-

rary replacement for Willem Houwink, on leave).



Johanna R. Cavanaugh as Graduate Assistant (1/4 time) in

Accounting at a salary of $1150 for the academic year

1964-65.



Albin J. Dahl as Research Economist, July 27 to August

28, 1964 - $875



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Appointments as follows:



Don D. Fowler as Research Associate, May 1 to August 31,

1964 - $2872.80



Edward W. Hussey as Graduate Research Assistant, July 1

to September 30, 1964 - $690



Richard G. Miller, Co-Director of Summer Science Training

Program in Field Ecology, May 1 to August 1, 1964 - $3000



Robert J. Morris as Professor and Research Assistant,

July 1-31, 1964 - $1338.80



Catherine L. Fowler as Research Assistant at a salary rate

of $357.08 per month, effective May 15, 1964 (new position).



James V. Conkey, Counselor and Administrative Assistant,

June 12 to July 24, 1964 - $1000



James Kliwer, Research Associate, July 1 to August 31, 1964

- $1959.76



Alex Kraicsovits, Research Assistant, June 1-30, 1964 - $511



James J. Merkel, Graduate Research Assistant, July 1 to

August 31, 1964 - $460 per month.



Anthony Midling, Graduate Research Assistant, July 1 to

August 31, 1964 - $460 per month.



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Appointment as follows:



Grant R. Gifford as Assistant Professor of Elementary Edu-

cation (contingent upon completion of all requirements for

the D. Ed. degree by September 1, 1964) at a salary of

$7200 for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for Mary

Ellen Schwartz).



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Appointment as follows:



Bruce M. Douglas as Assistant Professor of Civil Engineer-

ing and Mechanical Engineering (contingent upon completion

of all requirements for the Ph. D. degree by September 1,

1964) at a salary of $9261 for the academic year 1964-65

(new position).



LIBRARY



Appointments as follows:



Frederick Charles Gale, Special Collections Assistant, June

1-30, 1964 - $375



Forest L. Grieves, Special Serials Assistant, June 1-30,

1964 - $375



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Appointments as follows:



Larry D. Gedney as Seismological Graduate Research Assist-

ant in Geology-Geography at a salary of $360 per month for

the Summer months and $130 per month for the academic year

1964-65 (replacement for Edward Lifur).



Robert M. Darrah, temporary Research Assistant in Geochem-

istry, June 1-30, 1964 - $400



Glen D. Weaver as Lecturer in Geography at a salary of $7776

for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for Professor

Kersten while on sabbatical leave).



Walter H. Voskuil as temporary Field Scientist, Nevada

Bureau of Mines, July 1 to August 31, 1964 - $1200



Malcolm J. Hibbard, Summer Field Geology Camp Director,

May 27 to July 1, 1964 - $1050



NEVADA SOUTHERN REGIONAL DIVISION



Appointments as follows:



Francis Lee Rose as Assistant Professor of Secondary Edu-

cation (contingent upon completion of all requirements for

the Ed. D. degree by September 1, 1964) at a salary of

$7500 for the academic year 1964-65 (new position).



Scott E. Edwards, Assistant Professor of Political Science

(contingent upon completion of all requirements for the Ph.

D. degree by September 1, 1964) at a salary of $7182 for

the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for Eugene Jay

Beisner).



5 appointments for the 1964 Summer Session Off-Campus

Program (Nellis Air Force Base).



41 appointments in the 1964 Summer Sessions.



Change in Status as follows:



Gene S. Hotchkiss from Library Reclassification Technician

to Assistant Catalog Librarian at a salary of $6480 (no

change) based on twelve months' service, effective July 1,

1964 (to fill in temporarily for Miss Polson so she might

assume duties of Mr. Dye on leave of absence).



ORVIL SCHOOL OF NURSING



Appointments as follows:



Martha O. Baker as Instructor in Nursing at a salary of

$5570 for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for

Anette Ezell, on leave).



Margaret Anne Kaufmann as Professor of Nursing in the area

of Medical-Surgical Nursing and Research at a salary of

$9948 for the academic year 1964-65 (replacement for Marie

Haddad).



STATEWIDE SERVICES



Appointments as follows:



26 appointments in the 1964 Summer Session.



4 appointments in the Evening Division, Spring semester

1964.



OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS



Change in Status as follows:



Benny Paul Echeverria from Graduate Assistant and Foreign

Student Advisor to Foreign Student Advisor and Counselor,

Rank I, at a salary of $6000 for a 10-month period, ef-

fective August 15, 1964.



Action was postponed pending discussion in the Executive

Session.



12. Regents' Scholarships for Nevada Residents



President Armstrong reported that the matter had been re-

ferred to the University Committee on Academic Standards

for consideration, along with other possible modifications

of the entire scholarship program. The report of the Com-

mittee had been approved by the University Council as a

recommendation to the President and the Board of Regents,

subject to certain clarifications, as follows:



An expedient first step in expanding the scholarship

program would seem to be either a Regents' or State

program of scholarships for incoming students who

have graduated from Nevada high schools.



a. A basic aspect of this kind of scholarship would

be waiver of the $100 registration fee per sem-

ester.



b. Students from outside the Reno-Las Vegas metro-

politan areas could be given an additional $150

which would be roughly equivalent to the cost of

a room in a University residence hall per sem-

ester and the additional expense of board at the

University rather than at home.



c. This scholarship, of either the $100 or $250 per

semester, should be renewable for the first 4

semesters of the Freshman and Sophomore years

depending upon the maintenance of academic re-

quirements.



d. The number of these scholarships should be equiv-

alent to 3% of the regular matriculated enroll-

ment of the University for the previous Fall sem-

ester.



Dr. Anderson brought up for discussion the matter of edu-

cation of Indian students and the difficulties they en-

counter due to their special schooling and confinement

on reservations or Indian communities. He proposed that

the Regents' scholarship program include special aid to

the American Indian, whether in-state or out-of-state.



Motion was made by Dr. Anderson to adopt the scholarship

program amended to including the following:



Establish up to a maximum of 20 fee waivers for

American Indian students with continuation of the

fee waivers to be contingent upon the student's

performance of satisfactory work.



Mr. Jacobsen seconded.



Further discussion ensued in which opinion developed that

it would be better to consider a scholarship program for

Indians entirely separate from the scholarship program

now being considered. Dr. Anderson withdrew his motion,

and Mr. Jacobsen withdrew his second.



Motion by Mr. Germain, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried

unanimously to adopt the scholarship program as proposed

by Dr. Lombardi at the last meeting of the Board (Resolu-

tion #64-7) and also set forth in the above recommendation.



The Board recessed at 11:40 A.M. for luncheon and inspection of

the new Home Management Residence in the Home Economics build-

ing.



The Board went into Executive Session at 1:10 P.M. to consider

personnel matters. The Regents returned to regular session at

3:00 P.M.



13. Personnel Recommendation (continued)



President Armstrong again recommended approval.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried

unanimously that the personnel recommendations be approved.



14. Scholarships for American Indians (continued)



Dr. Anderson further discussed his proposal for scholarship

aid for American Indians.



Motion by Dr. Anderson that the University establish up

to a maximum of 20 fee waivers for American Indian students

with continuation of the fee waivers to be contingent on

the student's performance of satisfactory work to remain

in school, with some special consideration to be given to

admission requirements.



There was further discussion, especially concerning ad-

mission requirements, and Dr. Anderson amended the motion

omitting "with some special consideration to be given to

admission requirements". Such waivers would have to be

included in the 3% limitation.



Mrs. Magee seconded the motion as amended, and it carried

unanimously. (See minutes of July 24-25, 1964, Item #1,

Minutes of Previous Meeting.)



15. Tuition Receipts for Retirement of Revenue Bonds



At the request of Dr. Armstrong, Mr. Humphrey had studied

the feasibility of pledging a part of the University's tui-

tion receipts to the retirement of revenue bonds and the use

of revenue bonds for financing capital improvements. One

aspect under consideration was whether or not such bonds

would be considered a debt of the State and therefore sub-

ject to the constitutional 1% limitation. Mr. Humphrey

reported to the President that in 1963, when this procedure

was recommended to the Legislature, Attorney General's

Opinion No. 13, dated March 5, 1963, was issued in response

to our inquiry and stated that "... the bonds which you

seek legislative authority to issue are not debts and are

therefore not limited by Article IX, Section 3 of the

Nevada Constitution of 1864. However, it should be clear-

ly stated as a condition of issuance that the public faith

and credit of the State of Nevada is not pledged as secur-

ity for the repayment of such obligations."



It was the consensus that his procedure be included in the

budget presentation at the next Regents' meeting.



16. Meeting of Regents' Graduate Committee



Dr. White, Chairman, reported informally on the meeting held

on May 29, 1964. The members discussed the status of grad-

uate students remaining under the grandfather clause, and

agreed on the desirability of a program to encouage eligi-

ble women to be retrained to teach at the elementary and

secondary levels. Dr. White recommended that the Admin-

istration establish a faculty and administrative committee

to study the matter and determine whether scholarship or

fellowship funds might be available for this purpose.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Dr. Anderson, carried

unanimously to request the Administration to establish a

committee to study the matter and make suggestions for

consideration of the Regents.



17. Meeting of Regents' Statewide Services Committee



Mr. Jacobsen, Chairman, reported informally on the meeting

held on May 29, 1964. Dean Kelly met with the Committee

and presented a report consisting of a proposed reorgani-

zation plan and setting up guidelines for Statewide Serv-

ices, including a name change. Mr. Jacobsen stated that

the Committee considers Statewide Services to be the arm

of the University known to more poeple than is any other

division of the University.



The Committee agreed to recommend that an Associate Degree

Program in Nursing at Nevada Southern under Statewide

Services be instituted.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Anderson, carried

unanimously that the proposed Associate Degree in Nursing

Program be approved for Nevada Southern under Statewide

Services, to use the funding already raised for the first

year, and to go to the Legislature for funds to continue

the Program.



The reorganization plan was referred to the Statewide

Services Committee of the Regents for study and action

at the next meeting of the Board.



18. Candidates for Degrees



President Armstrong recommended approval of the candidates

for graduation as of June 1, 1964 from the Reno Campus,

and as of June 3, 1964 from the Las Vegas Campus. These

candidates had been approved by the faculties concerned

and their records checked by the Registrar and the Busi-

ness Office, as follows:



RENO CAMPUS



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Broer, James Michael B. S. in Ag.

Bronson, James Edward, Jr. B. S. in Ag.

Busch, Gary Brent B. S. in Ag.

Miller, Larry Rondell B. S. in Ag.

Park, Wallace Bruce B. S. in Ag.

Petersen, Martin William B. S. in Ag.

Ross, Barry L. B. S. in Ag.

Thompson, Theodore Milton, Jr. B. S. in Ag.

Wilde, Russell M. B. S. in Ag.



SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS



Burr, Joyce Marie B. S. in H. Ec.

Kirn, Kay Louise B. S. in H. Ec.

Parkhurst, Elizabeth Ann B. S. in H. Ec.

Tueller, Sharon Jones B. S. in H. Ec.



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Adams, Caryl Elizabeth B. A.

Adamson, Robert Walter B. S.

Allen, Harold Eugene B. A.

Alvarez del Castillo, Jose L. B. A. in Jour.

Alward, Robert Edward B. A.

Arkell, Donald Robert B. S.

Arnold, Patricia Susan B. A.

Augustine, Daniel Schuyler B. S.

Barengo, Barbara C. B. A.

Beardsley, Bruce A. B. A.

Beeghly, Fianna Sue B. A.

Bernardi, James Alan B. A.

Berney, Ernest Samuel III B. S.

Bettler, Gretchen Thilo B. S.

Black, Jill Marie Collette B. A.

Black, Judy Mae B. A. in Jour.

Brandon, Rodney George B. A.

Brodhead, William M. B. A.

Broili, Robert Howard B. A.

Bromley, John Elwood B. A. in Jour.

Conrad, Susan Campbell B. A.

Corbin, Richard Keith B. A.

Dodson, Daton Arnold B. A.

Dondero, Michelle Mackedon B. A.

Dotson, Sonya Lea B. A.

Doughty, Larry Arthur B. S.

Ducker, Danny B. A.

Dunlap, Calvin Ralph B. A.

Earl, James Randolph B. A.

Ellis, Muriel Anne B. A. in Jour.

Farrington, Loelia Ann B. A.

Fawcett, James Charles B. A.

Ferguson, Joseph W., Jr. B. S.

Forshey, Ronald Leon B. S.

Freeman, Diane Kathryn B. S.

Freemont, Curtis Loren B. S.

Gehr, Patricia R. B. A.

Gezelin, Emile Pierre B. A.

Golay, Carol Ellen B. A.

Griffin, Thomas R. (Tim) B. A.

Haney, Dennis R. B. A.

Hannifan, John Joseph B. A.

Hartung, Craig W. B. A.

Heath, Donald Wayne B. A.

Henderson, Robert Schrey B. A.

Herz, Gail Chadwell B. S.

Herz, James Rudolph, Jr. B. S.

Heward, Patricia Dorina B. A.

Henrichs, Lois Deldee B. A.

Hueftle, Carole Joyce B. A. in Jour.

Hutchings, Lawrence W. B. A.

Jack, Patricia Lawant B. A.

Jevning, Ronald B. S.

Johnstone, Thomas A. B. A.

Key, Jon Joseph B. A.

Knowles, Duncan Mac Farlane B. A. in Jour.

Kwapil, Leah Larson B. S.

Lebsack, Donald Edward B. S.

Lee, Robert Edd B. A.

Lewis, Anne Ellen B. A.

Madsen, Marilyn Eleanor B. S.

Maher, Alfred John B. S.

Malone, Larry Kevin B. S.

Markwell, Christiane B. B. A.

Martin, Donna Mae B. A.

Martinez, Edward Worden, Jr. B. A. in Jour.

Mathews, Paul Davis B. A.

Mc Adams, Marjorie Elaine B. A.

Metzger, James Douglas B. S. in Chem.

Newton, Richard Roald B. A.

Nummela, Eric Carl B. S.

O'Neal, Maureen Murphy B. A.

Palzis, Peter L. B. A.

Pendleton, Bruce B. S.

Perozzi, Joseph Anthony B. A.

Pilkington, Hal W. B. A.

Rogero, Patricia Helen B. A. in Jour.

Rudoff, Mark Van Dyke B. S.

Sawdon, James Harold B. S.

Schilling, William L. B. A. in Jour.

Shroeder, Ted. J B. A.

Scott, Edward A. B. A.

Scudder, Florence Cole B. A.

Sligar, Norman F. B. A.

Small, Jerome Carl B. A.

Smith, Shirley Ann B. A.

Sorenson, Mary Kay B. S. in Chem.

Spaulding, Barbara Jean B. A.

Struve, Larry Don B. A.

Tebbe, Stanley Timothy B. S.

Thomas, Ralph D. B. S.

Tower, Thomas Nelson B. A.

Warner, Kathleen C. B. A.

Warren, Diana Collins B. A.

Way, Frank Patch B. S.

Westfield, Joan Marie B. A.

Williamson, Yvonne Small B. S.



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Acheson, James L. B. A.

Adams, Marcia Belle B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Alverson, Bruce John B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Broyles, William Lee B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Cavanaugh, Johanna Rosa B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Crossett, Thomas Regan B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Crum, Robert Lee B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Davies, John Williams B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Deming, Marsha Frankovich B. A.

Eagan, John Robert B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Evans, William Paul B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Feilback, Charles Henry B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Flaster, Sharon B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Foerschler, Daniel Lynn B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Garcia, Vianas Robert B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Gotelli, Andrew William B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Green, Glen David B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Hunter, Robert Lawrence B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Kean, Robert Thomas B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Lane, Jay Timothy B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Laughton, Glen Arno B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Lujan, Barney Gilbert B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Mc Elwee, Jack C. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Mc Kinley, William Stringham B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Mercer, James Lee B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Mitchell, Frederic D. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Muller, Marcus J. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Nott, Bryan L. B. A.

Oats, Robert John B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Peek, Ronald Maurice B. A.

Pieretti, David B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Plumb, Ronald Rae B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Pratto, Charles W. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Raine, Brian Dale B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Ring, Robert Anthony, Jr. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Roach, Brian Thomas B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Rossi, Gerald Frank B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Rusk, Robert Farnsworth B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Sabin, Larry Thomas B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Scruggs, David William B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Setty, Miles William B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Shafer, Nathanial James B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Trinaystich, Stanley Joseph B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Voskuil, Walter G. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Wholey, Marvin L. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Wilcox, Richard W. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Winchell, Joe K. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Woodhams, Thomas Mark B. S. in Bus. Ad.



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Anderson, Leola R. B. S. in Ed.

Behnoud, Abdol Hossein B. S. in Ed.

Berger, Judith Ann B. S. in Ed.

Bergin, Kathleen Anne B. A. in Ed.

Brann, Judith Marie B. S. in Ed.

Brunetti, Violet Carolyn B. S. in Ed.

Champlin, Latricia Barbara B. A. in Ed.

Chiatovich, Jaculine Rae B. S. in Ed.

Cluff, Laurence David B. S. in Ed.

Crawford, John Patrick B. S. in Ed.

Donlan, Robert Edward B. S. in Ed.

Dungan, Georgiann Stout B. S. in Ed.

Dungan, Robert Vernon B. S. in Ed.

Earl, Phillip Irving B. A. in Ed.

Flippo, Dorothee Burrmann B. S. in Ed.

Gallagher, Ronald W. B. S. in Ed.

Graham, Denis D. B. S. in Ed.

Gribble, Carole Jean B. A. in Ed.

Hansen, Julia Ann B. S. in Ed.

Harriman, Penelope Mc Collum B. S. in Ed.

Hill, George F. B. S. in Ed.

Hillygus, Lowell Edward, Jr. B. S. in Ed.

Hinkley, Pamily Ann B. A. in Ed.

Hoffman, Dawn Rae Starr B. S. in Ed.

Howard, Mary Nell Mason B. S. in Ed.

Hughes, Phil B. S. in Ed.

Jorgensen, Margaret Holstine B. A. in Ed.

Keehn, Delorme Edward B. S. in Ed.

Koelsch, Barbara Gilkey B. S. in Ed.

Lasa, Doreen Gene B. S. in Ed.

Lee, Roxane Lynn Jensen B. S. in Ed.

Lindquist, Roy T. B. A. in Ed.

Longson, Gary Le Roy B. S. in Ed.

Maloney, William Eugene B. A. in Ed.

Manaugh, Robert Russell, Jr. B. A. in Ed.

Martell, Esther Lucile B. S. in Ed.

Martin, Marjorie Patricia B. S. in Ed.

Martinez, Geraldine B. S. in Ed.

Mason, Sharlene Fae B. S. in Ed.

Mc Ghee, Kathleen Sharon B. S. in Ed.

Mc Gue, Lyndell B. S. in Ed.

Mc Guire, Doris Marie B. S. in Ed.

Millard, Sharon Lee B. A. in Ed.

Minedew, David J. B. S. in Ed.

Mize, Arthur Clarence, Jr. B. S. in Ed.

Moroni, Ronald John B. S. in Ed.

Parker, Stephen Neal B. S. in Ed.

Pennington, Sara Kahrs B. S. in Ed.

Phillips, Linda Lee B. S. in Ed.

Picchi, Mary Adeline B. A. in Ed.

Pool, Martha H. B. S. in Ed.

Quanchi, Judy Rose B. S. in Ed.

Reese, Robin Lynne B. S. in Ed.

Revert, Brenda Margaret B. S. in Ed.

Rosch, Dennis Frank B. S. in Ed.

Rossolo, Mary Lorraine B. S. in Ed.

Rowe, Patricia Hoysted B. S. in Ed.

Schweiss, William Doten B. S. in Ed.

Simms, Ellyn Gerda B. S. in Ed.

Smith, Carolyn Gay B. A. in Ed.

Stephens, Jackson B. S. in Ed.

Streiff, Donald Homer B. S. in Ed.

Thompson, Elizabeth Jane B. S. in Ed.

Tolano, Leovardo Vernal B. S. in Ed.

Turner, Iris Evelyn Norton B. S. in Ed.

Twomey, Joan Judith B. S. in Ed.

Vaughn, Madelyn Lyon B. S. in Ed.

Voss, Suzanne M. B. A. in Ed.

Wagner, Patricia Carol Owens B. S. in Ed.

Walker, Marilyn B. S. in Ed.

Wallace, Margaret Dixon B. S. in Ed.

Watson, Nancy Lee B. S. in Ed.

Wells, Beverly Ann B. A. in Ed.

Wiggins, Calvin Charles B. S. in Ed.

Winn, John A. B. S. in Ed.

Wright, Susan Lee B. S. in Ed.

Yrueta, Ruby Marie B. A. in Ed.



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Abbott, William Lane B. S. in E. E.

Arden, James Edmund B. S. in C. E.

Assuras, Demetrios C. B. S. in E. S.

Bibb, John Stephen B. S. in E. E.

Borda, Bert J. B. S. in C. E.

Botsford, Harry James B. S. in E. E.

Carson, Ernest A. B. S. in E. E.

Couch, John E. B. S. in E. E.

Duffey, Thomas J. B. S. in M. E.

Fraser, George Fredrick B. S. in E. E.

Gardner, Robert Anthony B. S. in C. E.

Harriman, Earl Edward, Jr. B. S. in M. E.

Harris, Ronald E. B. S. in E. S.

Jeffers, Raymond Howard, Jr. B. S. in E. S.

Kinkor, James F. B. S. in C. E.

Lundgren, George Athur B. S. in M. E.

Macdonald, Scott Lee, Jr. B. S. in E. E.

Peck, Ronald L. B. S. in E. E.

Powell, James Allen B. S. in M. E.

Rockwell, Norman Merritt B. S. in C. E.

Russ, Richard Paul B. S. in C. E.

Seifers, Robert Daniel B. S. in E. E.

Solaro, John Phillip B. S. in E. E.

Tinch, Richard G. B. S. in E. E.

Weight, Eugene Frederick, Jr. B. S. in C. E.

Weyant, Dwight Richard B. S. in C. E.

Yamamoto, Leonard B. S. in C. E.



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Du Bois, Francis Elbert III B. S. in Geol. E.

Funke, Werner B. S. in Met. E.

Gibson, John Richard B. S. in Met. E.

Hora, James Lewis B. S. in Min. E.

Knapp, Cornelia Grothe B. S. in Geog.

Knighten, Howard Henry, Jr. B. S. in Min. E.

Scholz, Christopher H. B. S. in Geol. E.

Wollett, William Robert B. S. in Min. E.



SCHOOL OF NURSING



Clark, Louis Richard B. S. in Nursing

Cullen, Mary Eugene B. S. in Nursing

Drummond, Muree Inez B. S. in Nursing

Germain, Jo Anne B. S. in Nursing

Prida, Ann Marie B. S. in Nursing

Rea, Jackelin B. S. in Nursing

Snyder, Jeanette M. B. S. in Nursing

Stagnaro, Jacqulyn E. Lea B. S. in Nursing

Stark, Sharon Sue B. S. in Nursing

Walter, Dorothy J. B. S. in Nursing



ADVANCED DEGREES



Al-Hadi, Farouk Hassan M. S.

Bishop, Richard Hugh M. S.

Blair, Greta B. M. Ed.

Burns, Thomas A. M. S.

Conrad, David Courtney M. A.

Craig, Charles R. M. A.

Dahl, Leif Oliver M. S.

Daily, Edward B. M. Ed.

Dailey, John Kenneth M. Ed.

Deaton, George V. M. Ed.

Dericco, Elmo L. M. Ed.

Dickson, Harry Joseph M. Ed.

Graham, George D. M. Ed.

Green, William R. M. S.

Grieves, Forest Leslie M. A.

Gwinn, Robert Wendell M. Ed.

Hawkins, John Charles M. Ed.

Heinze, Donald Herbert M. S.

Holbo, Harold Richard M. S.

Killfoil, Marvin J. M. Ed.

King, Edith Anne M. Ed.

Klein, Michael John M. S.

Lloyd, Robert M. Ed.

Lonergan, James A. M. Ed.

Miller, Bruce E. M. Ed.

Miller, Marnie Eldina M. Ed.

Mills, Donald Patrick M. Ed.

Morrison, Roger Barron Ph. D.

Myers, Everett Lee M. Ed.

Pennington, Helga Leota M. Ed.

Reid, J. Kaye M. Ed.

Stumpff, Agnes Marie M. S.

Tyler, Hugh O. M. Ed.

Varney, Sheldon M. Ed.

Watts, Lealon E. M. Ed.

Wolf, Harry Junior M. Ed.



LAS VEGAS CAMPUS



DIVISION OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS



Cobain, Jon Eric B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Daileda, Dominic I. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Knepp, Jay B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Rush, James Leonard B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Sonerholm, Lewis James B. S. in Bus. Ad.



DIVISION OF EDUCATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION



Barnson, Larry H. B. S. in Ed.

Beach, Kay B. S. in Ed.

Charles, Evelyn Neeley B. S. in Ed.

Fox, Linda Wadsworth B. S. in Ed.

Harszy, Arthur John B. S. in Ed.

Isgrig, Vivian Christy B. S. in Ed.

Johns, Ronald Mark B. S. in Ed.

Kearns, Helen C. B. S. in Ed.

Knowles, Eula M. B. S. in Ed.

Luttrell, Betty E. B. S. in Ed.

Mc Dorman, Mary Rather B. S. in Ed.

Ream, Frances Ruth Ostrander B. S. in Ed.

Ruhl, Marion Sonneman B. S. in Ed.

Shay, David Earl B. S. in Ed.

Spigelmyer, Mary Jo B. S. in Ed.

Syde, Binnie B. S. in Ed.

Thomas, Carl Wesley B. S. in Ed.

Weber, Joanne Beth B. S. in Ed.



DIVISION OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Blair, Joan Andree Matcovich B. S.

Rawson, Raymond D. B. S.



DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Finley, James Ray B. A.

Knowles, Benjamin F. B. A.

Salchert, Robert W. B. A.

Segal, Phyllis B. A.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unani-

mously that the candidates be approved and that they be

granted the indicated degrees and diplomas.



19. Resolution, Elko County Democratic Central Committee



President Armstrong read the following resolution, adopted

at the April 11, 1964 meeting of the Elko County Democratic

Convention:



WHEREAS the University of Nevada has shown increased

interest and faith in the future of a higher learning

institution in Elko County, and



WHEREAS the Board of Regents of the University has

accepted land for the building of a Junior College or

Trade School near Elko,



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Elko County

Democratic Party urges University Officials to com-

mence formulating a detailed plan of development

for an educational institution in this area.



20. Morrill Hall, Centennial Marker



President Armstrong, with his recommendation, presented the

request of the Centennial Markers Committee to designate

Morrill Hall as a historic site, with a bronze plaque to

be attached to the building proper so indicating, at no

expense to the University.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that the request be granted.



21. Transfers, Contingency Reserve



President Armstrong reported the following transfer of less

than $2000 from Contingency Reserve:



#218 $600 to Registrar and Admissions, Reno, to pay for

expenses of transcripts by Registrar's Office.



22. Work Program for 1964-65



Copies of Work Program for 1964-65, as approved by the

Board of Regents on December 7, 1963, and as adjusted for

salary distributions, General University Operation, Fund

One, had previously been mailed to the Regents. Dr. Arm-

strong recommended approval.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

unanimously to approve the Work Program as presented.



23. Next Meeting



The next meeting of the Board will include review of the

biennial budget, and it was agreed that the Deans and

Division Heads will meet with the Regents to discuss their

budget requests. The meeting was set for Friday and Sat-

urday, July 24 and 25, 1964, on the Reno Campus.



The meeting adjourned at 3:40 P.M.



A. C. Grant

Chairman



Alice Terry

Secretary

05-30-1964