06/01/1957

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
June 1-2, 1957




06-01-1957
Volume 7 - Pages 338-349

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA
REGENTS MEETING
June 1, 1957

The Board of Regents met in regular session in Room 205, Morrill
Hall, University of Nevada, on Saturday, June 1, 1957. Present:
Regents Anderson, Bastian, Broadbent, Elwell, Grant, Hardy,
Lombardi, Sawyer, Thompson; Comptroller Hayden and President
Stout. Academic Vice President was present for items in his
area. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Grant at 9:10
A.M.

Reporters who covered the meeting were Bob Laxalt of the Univer-
sity News Service, Bryn Armstrong of the Reno Evening Gazette and
James Hulse of the Nevada State Journal.

1. Minutes of Previous Meeting

Motion by Mr. Hardy, seconded by Mr. Sawyer, carried unani-
mously that the minutes of the regular meeting of May 18,
1957 be approved.

2. Gifts

Gifts which had been received by the University were pre-
sented for acceptance by the Board as follows:

a) From Mrs. George Schweis of Reno, the academic hood and
gown which belonged to Mr. S. B. Doten.

b) From the General Electric Company, $125 to match the
contributions of C. P. Hamilton and E. R. Uhlig, under
the General Electric Corporate Alumnus Program.

Payments on existing scholarships and prizes, as follows:

a) From Mrs. Henry Albert of Des Moines, Iowa, $50 to
cover the Henry Albert Senior Public Service Prize.

b) From Mrs. Louise Semenza of Reno, $100 for the Semenza
Scholarship in Business Administration.

c) From Sidney Robinson of Reno, $150 for the Mary Eliza-
beth Talbot Memorial Scholarship in Mathematics.

Motion by Mr. Thompson, seconded by Dr. Anderson, carried
unanimously the the gifts be accepted and that the Secretary
write a note of thanks to each donor.

3. Personnel

Personnel recommendations were presented as follows:

STATEWIDE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OF HIGHER EDUCATION

SUMMER SESSION - LAS VEGAS CAMPUS

Appointments as follows:

Elizabeth Elgin Martin as Lecturer in Education - $475
John R. Morgan as Lecturer in Education - $450
Herman J. Peters as Lecturer in Education - $500

Reappointments as follows:

Rachael De Angelo as Lecturer in Education - $350
Vivienne Worley as Lecturer in Education - $1125

Supplementary Contracts with members of the University staff
as follows:

Lauren Brink, Education and English - $1500
Eleanore Bushnell, Political Science - $750
Aaron Butler, Business Administration & Education - $750
J. R. Dickinson, English - $750
Lois Fitzgibbons, Education - $300
Malcolm Graham, Mathematics - $1200
Holbert H. Hendrix, Education - $1500
Sigrid Moe, English - $900
Arthur Palmer, Geography - $1000
Robert T. Roelofs, Philosophy - $350
John S. Wright, History - $1200

OFF-CAMPUS SUMMER SESSION

Appointments as follows:

Mildred Louise Beck as Lecturer in Education at a salary
of $900, plus 1/2 transportation expense, to teach
in Ely.
Jay N. Holliday as Lecturer in Education at a salary of
$1200, plus 1/2 transportation expense, to teach in
Elko, Winnemucca and Las Vegas.

Supplementary Contracts with members of the University staff
as follows:

Harry M. Chase, Jr., History, June 24 to July 5, 1957 -
$300 (Winnemucca).
Harry M. Chase, Jr., History, July 15 to August 2, 1957
- $450 (Elko).
Russell Elliott, History, June 10 to June 21, 1957 -
$300 (Ely).
Wilbur Shepperson, History, June 10 to June 21, 1957 -
$300 (Winnemucca).

RENO EVENING DIVISION

Supplementary Contract with James Hoyt, Business Admin-
istration, May 6 to November 1, 1957 - $750

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION - SUMMER SESSIONS, RENO CAMPUS

Appointments as follows:

Bud L. Beasley as Lecturer in Education - $700
Anne W. Hackstaff as Lecturer in Education - $700
Robert M. Isenberg as Lecturer in Education - $375
Marion Lamb as Lecturer in Education - $1000
Ethel Smither as Lecturer in Education (Reading Clinic)
- $900.
E. Paul Torrance as Lecturer in Education - $350
Alice Louise Trousdale as Lecturer in Education - $700
Everett Van Maanen as Lecturer in Education - $900
Donald D. Durrell as Lecturer in Education at a salary
for professional services at the rate of $75 per
day for the period of June 12, 13 and 14.

Reappointment of the following staff (off-campus people who
have taught in previous Summer Sessions) as follows:

Norma Baker as Lecturer in Education - $1050
Francois d'Artenay as Lecturer in Education - $900
Rachael De Angelo as Lecturer in Education - $1000
Sessions Wheeler as Lecturer in Education - $300
John Manning as Lecturer in Speech - $450

Supplementary Contracts with members of the University staff
as follows:

Carl Backman, Assistant Professor of Sociology - $900
E. Maurice Beasley, Professor of Mathematics - $800
C. Kenneth Bradshaw, Lecturer in Mathematics - $810
Willard F. Day, Assistant Professor of Psychology - $900
Maurice R. Demers, Associate Professor of Mathematics -
$700
M. W. Deming, Professor of Chemistry - $1000
Herbert A. Derfelt, Assistant Professor of Education -
$1500
Don W. Driggs, Instructor of History and Political
Science - $750
Lloyd A. Drury, Assistant Professor of Education - $1500
Russell R. Elliott, Associate Professor of History and
Political Science - $700
Frederick Freeburne, Associate Professor of Music -
$1750
Robert S. Griffin, Professor of Speech and Drama - $1200
Hazel Grubbs, Assistant Professor of Education - $900
William H. Halberstadt, Instructor of Philosophy - $250
Edith Henrich, Lecturer in English - $250
Felton Hickman, Assistant Professor of Music - $900
Charles R. Hicks, Professor of History and Political
Science - $800
A. L. Higginbotham, Professor of Journalism - $800
James M. Hoyt, Assistant Professor of Business Adminis-
tration - $600
Robert A. Hume, Professor of English - $1200
Austin E. Hutcheson, Associate Professor of History -
$700
Earl W. Kersten, Assistant Professor of Geography - $900
William Keith Macy, Associate Professor of Music - $1050
George R. Mc Murray, Instructor in Foreign Languages -
$1000
Robert Mc Queen, Assistant Professor of Psychology -
$1050
John W. Morrison, Associate Professor of English - $1050
Zada Iona Mowrer, Assistant Professor of Physical
Education - $300
John P. Reed, Instructor in Business Administration -
$750
Edwin Richardson, Lecturer in Education - $1200
James S. Roberts, Assistant Professor of History and
Political Science - $750
Robert T. Roelofs, Associate Professor of Philosophy -
$1400
Paul F. Secord, Associate Professor of Psychology -
$1050
Wilbur S. Shepperson, Assistant Professor of History
and Political Science - $600
W. A. Sam Smith, Assistant Professor of Psychology -
$900
Robert N. Tompson, Assistant Professor of Mathematics -
$750
Edward M. Vietti, Assistant Professor of Business
Administration - $900
Loring Williams, Professor of Chemistry - $1000
H. J. Woods, Assistant Professor of English - $900

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

Appointments, as follows:

Pat O. Currie as Field Technician in Agronomy and Range
Management at a salary of $306.67 for approximately
3 months beginning June 1, 1957 (new position).
Miller T. Hunter as Assistant Agricultural Agent, Washoe
County, at a salary rate of $6200 based on 12 months
service, effective June 1, 1957, in the place of
Walter C. Christensen, resigned.
Donald Orlando Toci as Research Technician in Range
Management at a salary of $4600 in the place of T.
A. Hannon and Irving Hackett, each of whom held
the job on a half-time basis.

MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES

Appointment of George J. Stathis as Museum Assistant
at a salary of $150 per month, for half-time
service, effective September 1, 1957 (replacement
for Donald F. Divens).

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE

Appointments as follows:

Theodore G. Grieder, Jr., as Instructor in English at
a salary of $5200 for the academic year 1957-58
in the place of Keith Wilson, resigned.
Gerald Sheldon Silberman as Lecturer in Mathematics at
a salary of $6000 for the academic year 1957-58,
to fill a position which was unfilled in the 1956-57
year.

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS

Approval of Contracts as follows:

Donald Travis as ASUN President at a salary of $65 per
month, effective May 15, 1957.
Glenda Price as ASUN Secretary at a salary of $35 per
month, effective May 15, 1957.

Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Hardy, carried
unanimously that the personnel recommendations be approved.

Motion was made by Mr. Sawyer, stating that because he un-
derstands the Head of his Department recommended William C.
Miller for promotion, because of 24 years service at the
University with no promotion for the past 10 years, and be-
cause he holds the Ph. D. degree, that William C. Miller be
granted the rank of Professor and raised in salary an ad-
ditional $200, making his salary $7970 for the year. The
motion was seconded by Mr. Elwell.

President Stout presented an appeal from Dr. Miller which
had reached the desk of Dean Wood the previous afternoon,
and which by-passed regularly established channels for
presenting an appeal to the Board of Regents. President
Stout recommended that his appeal be referred back to him
so he could refer it back through channels.

Motion was made by Mr. Thompson, and seconded by Mr. Hardy,
that the motion by Mr. Sawyer be amended to refer the appeal
back to the President and the Administrative staff.

Mr. Sawyer and Mr. Elwell did not accept the amendment.

Motion was made by Mr. Thompson and seconded by Mr. Hardy
that action on Mr. Sawyer's motion be postponed to give the
Administration an opportunity to study the matter, that in
the course of the study, the Department Heads in the College
of Arts and Science be polled in formal meeting together,
and that the record of the votes by the Department Heads be
submitted to the Board of Regents.

The motion was carried with the following vote:

"no" - Broadbent, Elwell, Sawyer
"aye" - Anderson, Bastian, Grant, Hardy, Lombardi,
Thompson

Motion by Mr. Bastian, seconded by Mr. Sawyer, carried
unanimously that in all recommendations for change in per-
sonnel - salaries, tenure or promotion, a formal vote be
taken, a record kept of each vote and the voting record
submitted to the Board of Regents, together with a record
of all formal actions taken.

4. University Farm

Dean Adams came into the meeting to discuss the proposed
budget for the University Farm. In the presentation, it
was noted that there was a difference of $175,000 between
the sale price of the South Virginia Farm and the purchase
price of the present Main Station Farm, and that $75,000
was allocated to the operating budget, with $100,000 held
in a special fund for future use, when plans were to be
submitted and approved by the Regents. A budget for $89,000
from the $100,000 is now being presented. The estimates for
building improvements included in the proposed budget were
checked by the University Engineer and priorities establish-
ed. Dean Adams, in his report and supporting data, recom-
mended that the Ladino Dairy Farm be sold and that the
entire Farm program be carried on at the University's Main
Station Farm, which Dean Adams indicated would be adequate
for the purpose.

Motion by Mr. Elwell, seconded by Mr. Sawyer, carried
unanimously that the President be authorized to approach
the members of the Fleischmann Foundation concerning the
sale of the Ladino Dairy Farm, which was a gift of Major
Max C. Fleischmann.

Motion by Mr. Thompson, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried
unanimously that, if the approval of the Fleischmann Founda-
tion is obtained in the sale of the Ladino Dairy Farm, the
President be authorized to employ two competent appraisers
to appraise the Ladino Farm.

Motion was made by Dr. Lombardi and seconded by Mr. Bastian,
that the farm budget be approved as presented. The motion
was amended by Mr. Thompson to approve the budget, with the
understanding that, when the Ladino Dairy Farm is eventually
sold, the $100,000 set aside from the sale of the South Vir-
ginia Farm will be replaced from income from sale of the
Ladino Dairy, and the use of the $100,000 will then be con-
sidered on the basis of total University needs. The amend-
ment was accepted, and the motion, as amended, carried
unanimously.

5. 4-H Camp

Mr. Poolman was asked to report on the bid opening held on
June 11 (?) for improvements at the 4-H Camp at Lake Tahoe,
a repair project which will be paid from rental for the
Camp, a self-supporting project. Only one bid was received,
that of $10,886 from Gedney Brothers and Lofthouse. The
bid was considered to be in order and was within the esti-
mate; so was recommended for acceptance.

Motion by Mr. Sawyer, seconded by Mr. Hardy, carried unani-
mously that the bid be accepted and the Presidents author-
ized to enter into an agreement with the contractor.

The meeting recessed at 11:25 A.M. so that Chairman Grant and
President Stout might attend Commencement rehearsal. Mr. Poolman
escorted the other Regents on a tour of buildings under construc-
tion on the Campus.

The recessed meeting was called to order at 2:30 P.M. in Room 205
Morrill Hall with all present who were at the morning session.

6. North Virginia Street Property

At the request of President Stout, Mr. Hayden reviewed de-
velopments in negotiations for property belonging to Mr.
Nielsen against which condemnation proceedings have been
filed. Mr. Nielsen was present to make a counter-proposal,
and Mr. Tapscott from the office of the Attorney General
was present as the legal advisor to the Board of Regents.

Mr. Nielsen stated that his property is zoned R-3, and that
he believed the original appraisal figure ($3400) by the
realtor representing the University was too low. Before he
resisted the condemnation, he received an appraisal of $8700
from one realtor, and an appraisal of $7500 from another
realtor.

In view of newspaper reports of prices paid by the City of
Reno for property which he considered comparable, Mr.
Nielsen believed his property is worth more than the $3400
on which the condemnation proceedings were based. He sug-
gested a compromise price of $8100. A further suggestion
by Mr. Nielsen was a trade of this property for a portion
of the Ladino Dairy Farm.

Motion by Dr. Anderson, seconded by Mr. Hardy, carried
unanimously that the appraiser selected by the University
meet with one of Mr. Nielsen's appraisers (whichever one
he may choose), that the two appraisers choose a third,
that they agree on a price for the property; and in addi-
tion, set a price on all the North Virginia Street property
owned by Mr. Nielsen; further, that they do the same with
the Schmitt property, so that if the University desires to
purchase these properties, a specific price will have been
set - the charge for 3 appraisals to be shared by the Uni-
versity and the property owners in each case.

7. Junior Engineer Scientist Institute

President Stout called on Dean Moose who reported on this
item. The University was asked to put on the Institute,
"Scientists of Tomorrow", financed from fees paid by the
attendants, for June 9-22, to give high school students an
idea of the scientific fields, and the courses of study
preparatory to them.

8. Pre-Entrance Medical Examinations

Dean Carlson, Dr. Locke and Dr. Russell, Chairman of the
Health Committee, came into the meeting. Dean Carlson
distributed copies of the recommendation of the Health
Committee that a pre-entrance medical examination, per-
formed by the student's own physician, be required of all
entering students, effective with the Fall of 1957. Copies
of the forms and instruction sheets proposed were also dis-
tributed for the information of the Board. He explained
that with the increase in enrollment, the time required for
the physical examinations has increased from one afternoon
to a possible four in the coming semester. It is difficult
to find enough physicians to carry on the examination pro-
gram because of the pressure of their regular practice.

Dr. Locke spoke also of the undesirable features of the
present method of conducting the examination program, and
the difficulties encountered if the proposed plan were
adopted, he would have the right to check the reports from
the physicians, and would determine from them the extent
of the student's participation in physical activities.
With the President's recommendation,

Motion by Mr. Sawyer, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried
unanimously that the recommendation for pre-entrance
physical examinations be approved, as presented above,
and that the statement "at no expense to the University"
be included in the printed material.

9. Student Accident Insurance

Dean Carlson and Dr. Russell discussed the recommendation
of the Health Committee concerning voluntary accident in-
surance for students. The plan has been approved by the
Student Senate with the request that it become effective
as soon as possible. The proposed $500 blanket accident
policy with Mutual of Omaha would be over and above the
benefits of the regular Health Service now in effect.
With the President's recommendation for approval,

Motion by Dr. Anderson, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried
unanimously that the plan be adopted and put into effect
with the Fall semester 1957, and that it continue to be
studied.

10. Loan Funds

At the request of the Board of Regents, a study was made by
the Student Affairs office of loan funds at the University.
Dean Carlson presented the results of the study, including
a description of each loan and an outline of procedure used
in handling of loan funds.

The following recommendations were submitted, and President
Stout recommended their approval:

a) The removal of the restriction on the David Russell Fund
as to the size of the loans, which had been set by a
previous Board at $100.

b) Loan funds which are not specifically restricted other-
wise should be made available to regularly matriculated
students at Nevada Southern, Las Vegas Branch, in the
same manner as on the Reno Campus.

c) Unless there are individual fund restrictions, loans
should be made available to any matriculated student
at the University of Nevada (under-graduate students
should have completed at least one semester at the Uni-
versity of Nevada in Reno or Las Vegas) who is in good
standing and has a satisfactory academic record.

d) Loans should be granted for a period of not to exceed
one year, unless otherwise restricted, subject to exten-
sion, unless otherwise restricted.

e) An extension of a loan may be made for a period of one
year, renewable annually while the student is in at-
tendance at the University of Nevada. Extensions after
graduation or after leaving the University of Nevada
should not exceed one year. The foregoing are subject
to any restrictions specified in the individual loan
funds.

Motion by Mr. Sawyer, seconded by Mr. Broadbent, carried
unanimously that the above recommendations concerning loan
funds be approved, and that the Board of Regents establish
a policy of granting David Russell Loans in amounts not to
exceed $300.

Motion by Mr. Sawyer, seconded by Mr. Broadbent, carried
unanimously that interest rates be increased 1/2% upon each
renewal of a loan up to a maximum of 6%, unless otherwise
restricted.

Motion by Mr. Thompson, seconded by Dr. Anderson, carried
unanimously that the Administration be authorized to invest
the funds in the principal accounts, where possible, in
time deposits or government securities.

11. Manzanita Hall

Plans and specifications which had been prepared by the
architect and checked by the University Engineer for re-
modeling the 3rd floor of Manzanita Hall, for which $82,000
was appropriated by the State Legislature, were presented
for consideration by the Regents.

Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Thompson, carried
unanimously that the plans and specifications be approved
and that the Chairman be authorized to sign on behalf of
the Board, so that bids might be let for remodeling the
3rd floor of Manzanita Hall.

12. Las Vegas Classroom Building

On May 29 Mr. Poolman and Mr. Grant represented the Uni-
versity in the meeting with representatives of the State
Planning Board in accepting the Classroom building on the
Las Vegas Campus. The Planning Board accepted the building
contingent upon the contractor making good certain defi-
ciencies, to which he agreed, and the building was turned
over to the University.

Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Hardy, carried
unanimously that the action on the part of Mr. Grant in
accepting the building upon the recommendation of Mr.
Poolman, be approved.

13. Land, Las Vegas Area

At a meeting held in Las Vegas on April 30, 1956, the Board
of Regents authorized the filing of applications for land
in the Las Vegas area for which the Legislature had appro-
priated money. One application for 240 acres was submitted
to the Governor, and the other application for 280 acres was
submitted to the Bureau of Land Management, in accordance
with instructions for filing. Word has been received that
a prior mineral Claim has been filed, by an Edith Allen,
for the 240 acres.

Motion by Mr. Hardy, seconded by Dr. Anderson, carried
unanimously that the Administration contact Edith Allen to
see if she would be willing to withdraw her application,
and if she does not, that the University register an appeal.

14. Summer Sessions

At the request of President Stout, Dean Holstine gave an
informal report on the Summer Sessions in Reno and in Las
Vegas in which there has been steady increase in enrollment.
Course offerings are prepared cooperatively with the Deans
and others concerned with the program. The same standards
and credits are maintained in the Summer Session offerings
as for the regular sessions.

15. Food and Drugs

At the request of President Stout, Commissioner Ed Randall
reported informally on the Department of Food and Drugs,
Weights and Measures, for the information of the Board. He
distributed a prepared report on activities for the calendar
year 1955-56, and discussed the functions and purposes of
each Division of the Department. He also discussed recent
attempts at legislation to remove the Department from the
University of Nevada and to place it under another State
Division. If change should be made, he stated that he
believed it should be to set it up as a separate State
agency. Mr. Randall also recommended creation of an ad-
visory committee for his Department, and President Stout
pointed out that such a plan is already under way.

16. Mrs. Blair

President Stout called on Mr. Hayden for a report on the
situation of Mrs. G. B. Blair. Mr. Hayden presented the
following facts: that she has outstanding loans and debts,
that she was 70 years of age at her last birthday, and is
without funds at the present time. General discussion
followed as to ways and means of possible assistance.

Motion by Dr. Anderson, seconded by Mr. Hardy, carried
unanimously that President Stout be authorized to work out
an arrangement to put Mrs. Blair on temporary employment
by the University at a salary to be determined by the Ad-
ministration, but not to exceed $150 per month, and that
the Administration continue to study the situation.

17. Candidates for Degrees

President Stout presented the following list of candidates
for degrees. These candidates had been approved by the
Deans and faculties of the Colleges concerned, and by the
Academic Vice President, after the record of each candidate
was checked and certified by the Registrar.

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

Mac Donald, William B. S. in Agric.
Sharp, Melvin James B. S. in Agric.
Waite, Darrell Myron B. S. in Agric.
Woodward, George Hamlin B. S. in Agric.

SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS

De Long, Marilyn Aileen B. S. in Home Ec.
Hunt, Jacqueline Patricia B. S. in Home Ec.
Matheus, Louella Mae B. S. in Home Ec.
Sawle, Joan Louise B. S. in Home Ec.

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCE

Anderson, Walter Andrew B. A.
Arnold, Charles Raymond B. S.
Arnold, Stanley D. B. A.
Barbagelata, Gene R. B. S.
Bledsoe, Bruce Lee B. A. in Journ.
Boone, John B. B. S.
Brown, Janice B. S.
Burke, Charles Herbert B. S.
Butler, Donna Lee B. A.
Cavanaugh, Barbara Kay B. A.
Christensen, Ernest John B. A.
Cook, Harry Le Fevre B. S.
Coyle, Charles Edward B. A.
Crandall, Bernard Edwin B. A.
Cronenberger, Patricia B. A.
Crook, Dixie Simonsen B. A.
Darrah, John Harland B. S.
De Poali, Ruel O. B. A.
Di Domenico, Evalyn Finch B. A.
Dyer, Dwight Edgar B. A. in Journ.
Garwood, Jo Anne B. A.
Gillette, Richard Morriss B. S. in Chem.
Glanzmann, Rogert Andrew B. A.
Hansen, Millicent Gay B. A.
Harrison, Charles Evans B. A.
Hawkins, Denise Lillian Dwyer B. A.
Hawley, Lawrence Earl B. A.
Hill, Jimmy Carl, Jr. B. A.
Hotchkiss, Helen Evison B. A.
Ingram, John Whitman B. A.
Jackson, James Kenneth B. S.
Jeanbart, Munir B. S.
Johnson, Lillian Ruth B. A.
Johnson, Lynn Harlan B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Koeniz, Alfred E. B. A.
Lemaire, Charlotte Merle B. A.
Logar, Ronald John B. S.
Mc Clintic, Richard Charles B. A.
Manoukian, Milton B. A.
Marfisi, Philip Michael B. A.
Mayeroff, John Walter B. A.
Miller, Roxanna Lu B. S.
Oldenburg, Patricia Diane B. A.
Ortiz, Joanne Frances B. A.
Pearson, Robert Melvin B. S. in Chem.
Plant, Philip B. A.
Poor, Peggy B. A.
Porta, Louis Joseph B. A.
Powell, Lola Jay B. A.
Priest, William W. B. S.
Read, Beverly Jean B. A.
Reimers, Jack Walter B. A.
Richardson, Clarence R. B. S.
Richardson, Thomas B. A.
Rilling, Henry C. B. A. in Journ.
Robbins, Kenneth Robert B. A. in Journ.
Rose, William Porter B. S.
Scott, Robert James B. A.
Spurlick, Patricia Esther B. A.
Swanson, Gerald Kenneth B. S. in Chem. Tech.
Taylor, Sheila B. A.
Thornton, Yvonne Lartey B. A.
Tollefson, John Lewis B. A.
Trimbell, James Le Roy B. S.
Urriola, Gloria M. B. A.
Wilkinson, George Wayne B. A.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Aiello, Frank Ralph B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Baker, Phillip B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Bancroft, Jimmy L. B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Bissett, Donald B. B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Brown, Robert William, Jr. B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Chism, Janet Clelland B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Cordes, Patricia Ann B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Cronenberger, Gordon B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Devlin, Robert B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Espin, Howard Eugene, Jr. B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Hampton, Stewart Frank B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Holstrom, Milton H. B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Hunt, Gerald Ferlin B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Jones, Clark David B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Lauback, Duane Gilbert B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Leach, John Monroe B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Reeder, Robert Roy B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Stodieck, Margaret Carol B. S. in Bus. Adm.
Wright, Lorrayne B. S. in Bus. Adm.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Anderson, James Charles B. A. in Educ.
Aufdermaur, Josephine Patricia B. A. in Educ.
Avanzino, Jo Ann Rose B. A. in Educ.
Beeson, Beverly Louise B. A. in Educ.
Bernard, Loyola Audrey B. A. in Educ.
Boland, Patricia Jean B. A. in Educ.
Boyer, Phyllis Ann B. S. in Educ.
Chiatovich, Janice Gaye B. A. in Educ.
Clark, Kathryn Irene B. S. in Educ.
Condie, Annie Lee B. A. in Educ.
Cooper, Simmie Dee B. A. in Educ.
Engel, William Fremont B. S. in Educ.
Fisher, Donna Irene B. A. in Educ.
Folkes, Margaret Lee B. A. in Educ.
Goble, Max Eldon B. S. in Educ.
Halvorsen, Gertrude Plath B. A. in Educ.
Howton, William Joel B. S. in Educ.
Johnson, Rodger Winfield B. A. in Educ.
Lund, Richard B. A. in Educ.
Martin, Diane Mary B. A. in Educ.
Mc Beth, Diane Spina B. A. in Educ.
Miller, Winneva Fern B. S. in Educ.
Montgomery, Dolly Myrtle B. A. in Educ.
Murie, Thomas Daniel B. S. in Educ.
O'Leary, Francis Vincent B. A. in Educ.
Orr, Margaret Lorena B. A. in Educ.
Paviakis, Christina B. A. in Educ.
Petrini, Frances Ann Cronin B. S. in Educ.
Ricketts, Beverly Jean B. S. in Educ.
Sauber, Dorothy M. Hunt B. A. in Educ.
Schenk, Phyllis Rosaline Welch B. A. in Educ.
Sullivan, Daniel Joseph B. S. in Educ.
Wagner, Anita Munoz B. A. in Educ.
Watkins, Robert V. B. A. in Educ.
Wolgamott, Richard Carl B. S. in Educ.
Wood, Dorothy Jane Irving B. S. in Educ.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Arden, Richard W. B. S. in C. E.
Artero, Peter J. B. S. in C. E.
Atkin, Robert James B. S. in E. E.
Ball, George Ward, Jr. B. S. in C. E.
Bright, James A. B. S. in E. E.
Cann, Robert William B. S. in E. E.
Canonic, Keith Devor B. S. in E. E.
Carlson, Arthur Leon B. S. in E. E.
Chapdelaine, John F. B. S. in C. E.
Clayson, Arthur Emery B. S. in M. E.
Contri, Ted Ernest B. S. in C. E.
Donnels, Wayne Thomas B. S. in C. E.
Hamamoto, George K. B. S. in C. E.
Hansen, Gordon R. B. S. in C. E.
Holland, Lee A. B. S. in C. E.
Jayo, Tommy Sammy B. S. in M. E.
Jones, Deane Sterling B. S. in M. E.
Lappoehn, Eric B. B. S. in C. E.
Lundgren, James Louis B. S. in C. E.
Lusk, James Allen B. S. in C. E.
Lynch, John William B. S. in C. E.
Maccoun, John B. S. in C. E.
Mark, Thomas Wayne B. S. in E. E.
Marsh, Charles William B. S. in M. E.
Martin, Werner Keith B. S. in C. E.
Odell, Wilfred Don B. S. in E. E.
Ricketts, Donald B. B. S. in E. E.
Shishakly, Moustafa H. B. S. in C. E.
Swart, Howard Edward B. S. in E. E.
Taylor, Jack J. B. S. in M. E.
Timmons, Harold Gene B. S. in M. E.
Tucker, Raymond F. B. S. in C. E.
Vaughn, Miller Stillman B. S. in E. E.
Whalen, Brian Joseph B. S. in C. E.
Wiseman, Walter John B. S. in E. E.
Young, Frederick Earl B. S. in M. E.

COLLEGE OF MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES

Boltz, Maxwell Kolmar B. S. in Geol. Engr.
Lane, Donald H. B. S. in Met. Engr.
Littlefield, Robert G. B. S. in Geol. Engr.
Lohr, Lewis Stillman B. S. in Geol. Engr.
Long, William Ellis B. S. in Geol.
Middlebrook, John B. S. in Min. Engr.
Schoenholzer, Ronald James B. S. in Met. Engr.
Spaletta, Howard William B. S. in Met. Engr.
Taylor, Daniel Maurice B. S. in Met. Engr.

GRADUATE SCHOOL

Beasley, Bud L. M. of Educ.
Colbert, William H., Jr. M. of Science
Colvin, Elsie Neeley M. of Educ.
Funkhouser, Lloyd Wesley M. of Arts
Gamble, John R. M. of Educ.
Gillies, Inez M. of Arts
Hanson, Robert Martin M. of Educ.
Hayden, Ann Sourwine M. of Arts
Holt, Ina Mae M. of Arts
Koehler, Charles Bernard M. of Educ.
Lundby, William M. of Science
Miles, Richard L. M. of Educ.
Miller, L. Keith M. of Science
Montamble, William Paul M. of Educ.
Olmsted, Patricia Fee M. of Arts
Price, Marjorie Ann M. of Educ.
Riva, John F. M. of Science
Ternan, Philip R. M. of Science

PROFESSIONAL DEGREE

Nesbitt, Mark B. Met. Engr.

Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Sawyer, carried
unanimously that the candidates be approved and that they
be granted the degrees and diplomas indicated.

18. Veterinary Control Quarters

Mr. Bastian reported that he had conferred with Mr. Metcalf
and that the Veterinary Control Service is not in a posi-
tion to move from University quarters at this time. He
stated, further, that there is a definite desire on their
part to remain at the University for the coming biennium.
It is agreed, by consensus, that they be permitted to
remain in present quarters for the biennium.

19. Cornerstone, Agricultural Buildings

President Stout announced the cornerstone laying ceremonies
for the Sarah Hamilton Fleischmann School of Home Economics
and the Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture buildings
set for Friday, June 14.

20. Wilbourn Plaque

Mr. Grant called attention to the negotiations with the
Wilbourns in which an agreement was made for recognition
of her mother by placing a plaque in the first building
in Las Vegas. The State Planning Board did not include
such a plaque.

Motion by Mr. Hardy, seconded by Mr. Broadbent, carried
unanimously that the President be authorized to arrange for
a suitable plaque to be placed in the building on the Las
Vegas Campus in memory of Anita Julia Cornish, Mrs. Wil-
bourn's mother, in accordance with previous agreement.

21. Mc Henry Report

Motion was made by Mr. Elwell, seconded by Mr. Broadbent,
and carried unanimously that, in deference to the Legisla-
ture, the principles set forth in the Mc Henry Report be
considered at the next meeting of the Board of Regents.

The meeting adjourned at 6:10 P.M.

A. C. Grant
Chairman

Alice Terry
Secretary