06/01/1903
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
June 1-2, 1903








06-01-1903

Volume OC - Pages 292-293



                         Reno, Nevada

                         June 1, 1903



The Board of Regents met at their Office Monday, June 1, 1903,

at 9 o'clock A.M.  Present:  Regents Evans and Booher.  Absent:

Regent Kirman.



President Stubbs nominated Mr. John A. Reid as acting Professor

of Geology in the absence of Professor Louderback at an annual

salary of Twelve Hundred dollars ($1200), commencing September 1,

1903, which, upon motion, was approved.



President Stubbs recommended that Mr. Joseph Alfred Williams be

granted the degree of M. A., which was upon motion granted.



President Stubbs recommended that Mr. Emmett A. Boyle and Arthur

P. Mack be granted the degrees of Mining Engineer, which upon

motion was granted.



The Secretary of the Board was authorized to advertise in the

Nevada State Journal and the Evening Telegram for 250 cords of

4-foot split Pine wood and 60 cords 4-foot slab wood to be de-

livered piled and measured on the University grounds in the

months of July, August and September.  Said bids to be filed

with the Board not later than 8 o'clock A.M., June 15, 1903.



Upon the recommendation of President Stubbs, Professor Lewis A.

Darling was made Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering.



Upon the recommendation of President Stubbs, Professor Peter

Frandsen was given full Professorship at an annual salary of

Eighteen Hundred dollars, payable monthly commencing September 1,

1903.



On motion, Mr. Richard Brown was ordered to repair the broken

wash bowls and bath tubs in the Girls' Cottage and all chairs

in the Shop that can be repaired before the 15th of June next.



President Stubbs submitted the names of the candidates for de-

grees recommended by the faculty from the seven Schools as fol-

lows:



                      President's Office

                   NEVADA STATE UNIVERSITY

                         Reno, Nevada



                                              June 11, 1903



    President J. E. Stubbs

    Nevada State University



    Dear Sir:



    The following is the list of candidates for degrees, recom-

    mended to you and the Board of Regents by the faculty of the

    University:



    SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS



    Allen, Carrie Henrietta                 B. A.

    Arms, Miranda Ray                       B. A.

    Barker, Franklin Edwin                  B. A.

    Doten, Goodwin Stoddard                 B. A.

    Esden, Lillian Estelle                  B. A.

    Johnson, Anna Sophia                    B. A.

    Kent, Florence Virginia                 B. A.

    Levy, Dorothy Sheyer                    B. A.

    Rammelkamp, Elizabeth                   B. A.

    Richardson, Mabel Sophia                B. A.

    Schoer, Claude Philip                   B. A.

    Snapp, Pearl Evelyn                     B. A.

    Taylor, Alfred Theodore                 B. A.

    Weathers, Olive Eleanor                 B. A.

    Wilson, Hicksey May                     B. A.



    SCHOOL OF GENERAL SCIENCE



    Mc Clintock, Saxe Milton                B. S.



    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING



    Leadbetter, Evan Percy                  B. S.

    Mack, Joseph Page                       B. S.



    SCHOOL OF MINES



    Bradshaw, Marcus Givens                 B. S.

    Erickson, Edward John                   B. S.

    Hesson, Robert Winfield                 B. S.

    Harrington, Walter Burt                 B. S.

    Kelley, Arthur Leon                     B. S.

    Luke, Frank Henry                       B. S.

    Mc Vicar, James Gordon                  B. S.

    O'Hara, Bernard Francis                 B. S.

    Peckham, James Garfield                 B. S.

    Stewart, Elbert Alfred                  B. S.

    Whitaker, Fred                          B. S.



    NORMAL



    Barry, Emily                            High School Diploma

    Buchanan, Virgil                        High School Diploma

    Damm, Anna Caroline                     High School Diploma

    Hamlin, Helen Hale                      High School Diploma

    Kerby, Annette                          High School Diploma

    North, Mary                             High School Diploma

    Roberts, Minnie                         High School Diploma

    Sheehy, Gertrude                        High School Diploma

    Warren, Maud                            High School Diploma



    Finck, Adolphine B.                     Grammar Grade Diploma

    Myers, Annie Veronica                   Grammar Grade Diploma

    Pursel, Bertha                          Grammar Grade Diploma



                             Very respectfully yours,

                         /s/ Robert Lewers

                             Secretary of the Faculty



    ess



No further business, the Board adjourned to meet at 8 o'clock

A.M., June 15, 1903.



                             J. N. Evans

                             President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary