06/09/1951

 

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
June 9-10, 1951




06-09-1951
Volume 6 - Pages 308-322

                    UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA
                       REGENTS MEETING
                      June 9 & 11, 1951

The Board of Regents met in regular session in the President's
office on Saturday, June 9, 1951.  The meeting was called to
order by the Chairman at 10 A.M.  Present:  Regents Lombardi,
Hardy, Arentz, Crumley and Ross; Comptroller Hayden and President
Love.  Reporters Gillis and Burns were also present.

 1.  Minutes - Previous Meetings

     a)  Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried unanimously that the
         minutes of the regular meeting, March 9-10, 1951, be
         approved and that the reading thereof be dispensed with.

     b)  Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the min-
         utes of the meeting of the Executive Committee, May 14,
         1951, be approved and that the action of the Executive
         Committee in letting the bid to Walker Boudwin Construc-
         tion Company for construction of an Astronomical Observ-
         atory, be approved.

     c)  Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the rec-
         ommendation of the Comptroller that the bid of H. R.
         Curl in the amount of $3,312.65 be accepted and the bid
         be let for the painting of Morrill Hall; and also that
         the bid of H. R. Curl in the amount of $3,186.25 be
         accepted and the bid be let for the painting of Stewart
         Hall.  (Meeting of May 31, 1951.)

     d)  Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried unanimously that the
         certified checks be returned to the unsuccessful bid-
         ders, item (c).

     e)  Motion by Mr. Hardy carried unanimously that the bid of
         the Reno Sheet Metal Works in the amount of $18,948.50
         be accepted and that the contract be let for tempering
         and ventilating work in the Mackay Science Hall.  (Meet-
         ing of May 31, 1951.)

     f)  Trailer Units.  The bid of E. S. Heward was laid on the
         table for later consideration and the Comptroller was
         instructed to contact the Welfare Division of the City
         of Reno to find out whether or not the City was inter-
         ested in securing the trailer units.  (Meeting of June
         8, 1951.)

 2.  Heating Plant

     The proposal of Mr. Charles Thompson for plans, specifica-
     tions and services in connection with heating plant work on
     the Campus was presented.

     Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the proposal
     of Mr. Thompson be accepted, as follows, with the provision
     that plans be submitted by him for approval of the Board of
     Regents by August 1, 1951.

         For the sum of $3650 I will do the following:

             Draw plans and specifications for new heating plant
             in Manzanita Hall.

             Draw plans and specifications for a new boiler in
             the Dining Hall.

             Plans and specifications will be provided for the
             boilers in the Dining Hall to handle Manzanita and
             Artemisia heating systems.  Also the domestic hot
             water will be taken care of in like manner.

             Contracts will be obtained for this work.

             Supervise all work and make all tests.  Train per-
             sonnel in operation and care of and up keep.

             Make material lists for the purchase of material.
             Aid in any manner to secure the lowest price as
             well as find the scarce material.

             Furnish plans and specifications for Lincoln Hall
             and Hospital, either in conjunction with Dining
             Hall or a separate boiler plant in Lincoln Hall.

             Furnish same services for this project as outlined
             above for other unit.

             As Artemisia correction will have to be done, time
             and material, will draw what plans that are neces-
             sary and supervise.  If possible to contract, will
             furnish what data is needed to obtain a price.

             Any services to complete these plants will be con-
             sidered as a part of this agreement and will carry
             no further charge, such as carpentry, sheet metal
             work, etc.

         I am considering that it will take 2 years to complete
         this work and all data will be supplied to get the
         plants in shape to start when all materials are secured
         and time is correct.

         It will take about 3 months to get plans ready so mate-
         rials can be taken off for purchasing as draftsmen are
         at a premium but at present I see no reason why this
         work cannot be all in shape by late Fall.  Bids can be
         let when you see fit and work start after that time.

                         /s/ Charles Thompson

         For the sum of $4275 I will do the following:

             Will draw plans and specifications for any of the
             following that can be contracted or supervise by
             time and material.

             Furnish material lists for purchase of material and
             secure scarce materials if need arises.

             Supervise any contract work that can be let.  Serv-
             ices for any and all work is included such as car-
             pentry, masonary, electrical and sheet metal.

             Install new boiler in old plant with all change over
             that this will entail.  This will be a complete job.

             Change Mackay Science back to this new installation.

             Correct training quarters as outlined in program.

             Temporary classrooms are to be corrected as desired.
             Either with boilers from Dining Room or new plant.

             Complete the work, not included in contract, for new
             Engineering building.

         There will, no doubt, arise some problems connected with
         the above work that are not mentioned in this proposal,
         but they will be taken into consideration without extra
         charge as long as they are directly connected to the
         program.

         It is the intention of this proposal to cover the pro-
         gram outlined in budget of 1951-53 and it will take 2
         years to complete.  If other problems arise that some
         work is omitted and other substituted the change will
         be taken care of just the same.

         Any data or services will be supplied to get the work
         completed in the most efficient and less expensive
         manner.

                         /s/ Chas. Thompson

 3.  Comptroller's Claims

     The following claims were approved by the Executive Commit-
     tee of the Board of Regents and presented for approval of
     the full Board:

         Regents Checks, Nos. 01-224 to 01-242 inclusive for a
         total of $144,200.24, for April.

         State Claims, Nos. 01-291 to 01-319 inclusive for a
         total of $81,182.63, for April.

         Regents Checks, Nos. 10-243 to 01-254 inclusive for a
         total of $132,352.26, for May.

         State Claims, Nos. 01-320 to 01-349 inclusive for a
         total of $44,753.44, for May.

     Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the claims be
     approved.

 4.  Degrees

     List of candidates for degrees, approved by the College
     faculties and by the general faculty, was presented.

     Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried unanimously that the candi-
     dates, as follows, be approved for the indicated degrees
     and diplomas.

     COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE

     Bachelor of Arts

         Gary Jay Adams                 Helen Marie Keddie
         Barbara Jean Alan              David Edwin Kepler
         Elaine Alldredge               Patricia Louise Kirksey
         Deloy H. Anderson, Jr.         Theodore S. Klimaszewski
         Edward Arciniega               German F. Kortschak
         Jo Ann Barbash                 Ellis Edmund Lamberson
         Roger S. Barbash               Edward E. Lee, Jr.
         Frederick Beaumond Barrett     Lawrence C. Leonard, Jr.
         Marjorie Lee Bartolomei        Theodore Henry Lokke
         Lois Ann Bates                 Jerome Francis Marks
         Winfield Scott Beasley         John Wyland Marvel
         Edward John Bosler             Frank Douglas Mathews
         Guy F. Cardinalli              Margaret H. Mc Goodwin
         Norma G. Carnel                Leonard J. Mc Laughlin
         Carmel Caruso                  Lawrence George Means
         Velda Ilene Chesley            Joseph Michael Menicucci
         Anita Christinia Coates        Marie Grace Micheo
         Julian Agnes Connolly          James Anthony Michienzi
         Priscilla Laughlin Corbett     Ethel Lillian Miller
         Nilda Lorraine Cox             Bebe Ann Moore
         Elmo L. Dericco               *Marian Piccinini Nason
         Wayne L. De Wees               Ruth Irwin Olguin
         Alphonse Di Chiara             Rose Oyarbide
         Mary Ann Douglass              Anna Marie Picchi
         Dorothy J. Duggan              Joan Ann Powell
         Alice Lenore Dulion            Walter Hamilton Prugh
         Herman Edward Fisher, Jr.      Charles Kay Pulsipher
         Donna Lou Florence             James Edwin Puryear
         Margie Ellen Foote            *Stanley Dean Pyper
         Donald Eugene French           Jean C. Rhodehamel
         Eleanor Fulstone               John Thomas Ross
         Jean Fulstone                 *Patricia Margaret Royle
         Gerald W. Galletti             Jeanne Ellin Rule
         Seymour Gartler                William Edward Shepard
         Andrew Gialy                   Donna Jo Ann Sollars
         Edwin Gianotti                 Grace M. Storey
         John Stephen Gianotti          Richard C. Taylor
         Maisie Lucille Gibson          Alice Grace Timberlake
        *Colleen Frances Gilbert        Richard Truman
         Una Inez Gillies               Georgia Lee Houghton Ward
         Irene Waterman Grows           Harry Johnson Ward, Jr.
         Dexter Thayer Guio             Bulkeley Wells, Jr.
         Howard E. Heckethorn           Madge Wiley
         Dariel Durham Iacovelli        Jacqueline Wilson
         Edward Malmo Johnson           Florence Yim

     Bachelor of Arts in Journalism

         B. T. Alauzet                  June Vera Holmes
         Mark Curtis, Jr.               Harry Patric Spencer
         Patricia Marie De Walt

     Bachelor of Science

         William Albert Bailey          Clarence Alfred Lund
         Alton Francis Benedetto        William Nels Lusebrink
        *Mary Lou Brunton               Herbert L. Manucia
         Owen S. Bunker                 Joan Mc Cabe Mc Fadden
         Robert Elton Campbell          Margery Mc Knight
         Everett L. Cutler              Robert Taylor Myers
         Theodore C. Frantz             Clarence Y. Omoto
         Virgil Lee Hart                Robert T. Schumacher
         S. Carl Harvey                 George John Torassa
         Frederick R. Jensen          **John H. Watrous
         Reilly Campbell Jensen         Donald Eugene Wood
         Virgil Kay Johnson             Louis Zorio

       **Granted posthumously.

     Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

         Leonard Arthur Armstrong       Ronald V. Lange
         John Roger Bissett             Marnie Eldina Miller
         Rictor Mendell Corbett         Shirley Chapman Richards
         Ronald B. Darney               Samuel Savini
         Thomas Tracy Gaffey            Robert Perry Uecker
         Charles Edward Hill            Bernard P. Van Wagenen
         Edward Ross Houston            Eugene J. Watt, Jr.
         Eppaminondas G. Johnson

     Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

         Don Fraser Atkins

     Bachelor of Science in Chemical Technology

         Hans Raymond Jepson, Jr.       George Arya Louis

     Two Year Normal Diploma

         Wilhelmina Jensen              Tosca Marie Pieretti
         Karl Mueller

     COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

     Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

         Raymond Robert Alzola          Nello Gonfiantini
         Harold W. Baker, Jr.           Everest Irving Hackett
         Eyer Horace Boies              James Dean Hansen
         Edwin Clarence Carr            Garold Ashel Hyde
         Peter J. Casella, Jr.          Robert Ellis Wake
         Myron J. Goldsworthy           Kenneth Carl Wilson

     Bachelor of Science in Home Economics

         Helen Louise Burr             *Darlene Stucki
        *Esther Louise Jensen          *Ramona Marjorie Walker
        *Patricia Anne Melendy          Barbara Parker Weber

        *Will receive, in addition, Teacher's Diploma of High
         School Grade.

     COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

     Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

         Louis Francis Butz             Raymond Gilbert Jacobs
         Jasper Cooper                  George Jerry Lusich, Jr.
         Earl Penilton Gilmore          James Francis Lynch, Jr.
         Ernest G. Gregory              Jack Abbott Means
         H. Robert Hammill              Francis Calvin Smigle
         Stanley Hansen                 Raymond Lee Whitaker
         Richard Marcus Hill            John W. Masier
         Richard Holmes

     Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

         George Nathan Becker           Theodore Marvin Jahn
         Vance E. Brown                 Richard E. Kinner
         Glen Howard Clark              Louis Keith Porter
         Richard Harold Gorman          Kenneth Clyde Stone, Jr.
         Jack Richard Gough             George Wesley Story
         Claus Henry Grell              Richard A. Victor
         David Earl Hamilton            Robert E. Edward Wengert
         Ralph Elmer Hoeper             Layton Yee
         Alvin Albert Houghton

     Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

         Richard Guy Booker, Jr.        Robert M. Mc Cormack
         David Leo Cochron              Louis George Nannini
         James Howard Davis             Kenneth R. Olinghouse
         Joseph Ventura Facha           Robert Lloyd Patrick
         James Morris Howard            Kenneth T. Rice, Jr.
         Pio William Ianni              Miles Fairman Steel, Jr.

     MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES

     Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering

         Athur Frederick Brunton        George E. Pence, Jr.
         Elwin Lee Fisk                 James Burton Scott
         Clair M. Kunkel                Ialo D. Stephens, Jr.
         Robert O. Mc Crae

     Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering

         William Gus Flangas            Frank Neff
         Fred Daniel Gibson, Jr.        Lawrence W. Trainor
         Selby H. Marks

     Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering

         Thomas Varley Barton, Jr.      Arthur Andrew Krieger
         William Price Craven           Valdemar Frick Larson
         Jack Donald Frank              Richard Parker Townsend
         John R. Harmon

     ADVANCED DEGREES

     Engineer of Mines

         Victor E. Kral

     Metallurgical Engineer

         Claude W. Hammond

     Master of Arts

         Gladys Uzzell Edline           George Walter Umbenhaur
         Gloria Grace Griffen

     Master of Science

         Paul Darwin Clark

 5.  Mail and telephone votes as follows were ordered a part of
     the minutes of this meeting:

     (a)  Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences - All Regents
          voted "aye" on the recommendation that the following
          appointments be made to the Board of Examiners in the
          Basic Sciences:  (Senate Bill #55, last session of the
          Legislature)

          Dr. Lowell L. Jones, Department of Biology  - 1 year
          Dr. Joe Moose, Department of Chemistry      - 2 years
          Dr. Frank Richardson, Department of Biology - 3 years

     (b)  Amendment, Associate Students Constitution and to the
          Athletic Policy (Page 290) - All Regents voted "aye" on
          the recommendation that the amendment to the ASUN Con-
          stitution to give the Graduate Manager a vote on the
          Board of Athletic Control be approved.

     (c)  Honorary Degree - By unanimous telephone vote, approval
          was given to the recommendation that Mr. W. E. Travis
          be given the LL. D. degree at the Commencement on June
          11, 1951.

 6.  Clerical Staff Salaries

     The President presented recommendations for salaries for the
     clerical staff.

     Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried with Regent Arentz not voting
     and Regents Hardy, Crumley, Lombardi and Ross voting "aye"
     that the following list be approved:

          RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CLERICAL & STENOGRAPHIC STAFF
              Monthly Salaries, Effective July 1, 1951

                         Present       Proposed  Minimum Maximum
     Name                 Salary  Incr. Salary   Salary  Brackets

     President

     Alice Terry          300.00  50.00  350.00
     Roberta Lundy        160.00         160.00   150.00 - 180.00

     Comptroller

     Esther Galli         275.00  25.00  300.00   175.00 - 250.00
     Mary Moulton         225.00  25.00  250.00   175.00 - 250.00
     Dorothy Naylor       160.00  10.00  170.00   160.00 - 200.00
     Elaine Nenzel        180.00  Replace         170.00 - 200.00
     Replacement                                  160.00 - 200.00

     Registrar & Admissions

     Jane Cammack         165.00  10.00  175.00   150.00 - 200.00
     Corrine Johnson      155.00  10.00  165.00   150.00 - 180.00
     Peggy Bishop         150.00  10.00  160.00   150.00 - 180.00
     Janet Da Costa       160.00  10.00  170.00   160.00 - 200.00

     Dean of Men

     Mrs. Steiner         275.00         275.00   160.00 - 200.00

     Dean of Women

     Elaine Hammill       165.00  Replace         160.00 - 185.00

     Mimeo

    *Delores Gossen       160.00  10.00  170.00   170.00 - 200.00
     Replacement                                  140.00 - 160.00

     Dean Agriculture

     Phoebe Swett         210.00         210.00   170.00 - 200.00

     Dean Engineering

     Patricia Barrett     160.00  Replace         160.00 - 185.00

     Dean Arts & Science

     Ardeth Baldwin       160.00         160.00   170.00 - 200.00

     Dean Mines

     Mary Carothers       170.00  10.00  180.00   170.00 - 200.00

     Education

     Mrs. Farnsworth      160.00   5.00  165.00   160.00 - 185.00
     Mrs. Di Nardo        160.00   5.00  165.00   160.00 - 185.00

     Food & Drugs/Weights & Measures

     Juanita Holmes       275.00         275.00   175.00 - 250.00

     Experiment

     Agnes Schmith        275.00         275.00   175.00 - 250.00
     Gloria Ghiglieri     205.00  Leave           150.00 - 175.00

     Veterinary

     Shirley Avansino     190.00   5.00  195.00   170.00 - 200.00

     Extension

     Marie Grossholtz     275.00         275.00   175.00 - 250.00
     Patricia Block       160.00  10.00  170.00   160.00 - 185.00
     Elizabeth Darrah     175.00  10.00  185.00   165.00 - 190.00
     Beryl E. Swift       160.00  Leave           170.00 - 200.00
     Elsie Upson (1/2)    100.00   2.50  102.50   165.00 - 190.00
     Edna Champagne       200.00  Leave           170.00 - 200.00
     Ada Steinheimer      195.00   5.00  200.00   170.00 - 200.00
     Delores Piretto      160.00   5.00  165.00   160.00 - 190.00

    *Effective June 1, 1951

 7.  Agricultural Experiment Station Salaries

     The President presented recommendations for salaries for the
     Agricultural Experiment station staff.

     Motion by Mr. Crumley carried unanimously that the list, as
     follows, be approved.

                 AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
           RECOMMENDATION FOR SALARY INCREASES 1951-52

                                         Present        Proposed
     Name              Department         Salary   Incr  Salary

     C. E. Fleming     Dir-Experiment St.   6900    300    7200
     V. E. Spencer     Soils Department     5600    300    5900
     L. R. Vawter      Veterinary Science   5600    300    5900
 (1) M. R. Miller      Research Chemistry   5600      0    5600
 (2) Ray K. Peterson   Soils Research       5200    200    5400
     Mark A. Shipley   Range Management     5000    300    5300
     John Mc Cormick   Farm Development     5000    300    5300
     Howard Mason      Agri. Economics      4860    200    5060
     William Goodale   Soils Research       4500    200    4700
     Mabel Hartley     Agri. Economics      3900      0    3900
     Michael Galli     Soils Research       3600    200    3800
     Walter Neilson    Range Management     3200    200    3400
     Henry Johnson     Range Management     3200    200    3400
     Lois Cazier       Soils Research       3132    168    3300
 (3) Edward Records    Veterinary Science   2800      0    2800
     E. L. Sandry      Veterinary Science   2400    200    2600
     Oliver Smith      Agronomist                           600

     (1)  Retiring June 30, 1951
     (2)  Leave of absence, May 1, 1951, for 1 year
     (3)  Total salary $5600 (1/2 Experiment Station, 1/2 Veteri-
          nary Control).  Additional amount from State Stock
          Commission

 8.  Public Service Division Salaries

     The President presented recommendations for salaries for
     the Public Service Division, Food and Drugs and Weights and
     Measures staff.

     Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the list, as
     follows, be approved.

                FOOD & DRUGS - WEIGHTS & MEASURES
           RECOMMENDATION FOR SALARY INCREASES 1951-52

                                         Present        Proposed
     Name              Department         Salary   Incr  Salary

     Wayne B. Adams    Commissioner         6420    280    6700
     E. L. Randall     Chemist              4800    300    5100
     A. J. Rafael      Resident Inspector   4500    300    4800
     Peter A. Ferretto Inspector            3000    600    3600
     Carl W. Stroud    Inspector            3000    600    3600
     Stanley D. Johns  Assistant Chemist    2400    600    3000

 9.  Buildings and Grounds Salaries

     The President presented recommendations for salaries for the
     Buildings and Grounds staff.

     Motion was made by Mr. Arentz that the amount of the salary
     increase for the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds be
     reduced.  There was no second.

     Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried, with Regent Arentz voting
     "no" and Regents Crumley, Hardy, Lombardi and Ross voting
     "aye", that the list, as follows, be approved.

       BUILDINGS & GROUNDS - SALARIES EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1951

                                     Annual   Annual
                                     Salary    From
                                    General   Other
                                      Funds   Srces
     Name                            Salary   Incr    Raise/Other

     Carl Horn        Superintendent  4800             600
     Chas. Richabaugh Carpenter       3300             300
     Herb Preuss      Greenhouse      3000     360           360
     J. B. Rosasco    Foreman         3180             300
     James Mullen     Heating Plant   3180             300
     Claude Mathews   Heating Plant   3180             300
     J. R. Tait       Heating Plant   3180             300
     T. E. Mullen     Heating Plant   2640             240
     Stan Mullen      Heating Plant   2640             240
     Wm. Moss         Watchman        2400             240
     M. L. Moyer      Watchman        2400             240
     Louie Chase      Plumber         3180             300
     Art Cox          Police          2520             240
     Frank Spurgeon   Bus Driver      2520             240
     M. Strasdin      Caretaker               3000           300
     F. Gallagher     Caretaker               3000           300
     Raffetto         Lawn Mower      2574             234*
     Ferretto         Lawn Mower      2574             234*
     Carl Damm        Grounds         2340             252**
     Louis Didousis   Grounds         2340             252**
     L. Tachino       Grounds         2340             252**
     R. D. Ferretto   Grounds         2340             252**
     Jim Crow         Grounds         2340             252**
     G. Rosasco       Grounds         2340             252**
     W. P. Lind       Lawn            1755             189***
     Frank Miller     Lawn            1755             189***
     Pete Rosasco     Lawn            1755             189***
     R. O. Draper     Lawn            1755             189***
     Joe Ferrera      Lawn            1755             189***
     Extra Man        Lawn            1755             189***
     Mrs. Wilson      Janitress       2400             240
     Mrs. Kelly       Janitress       2400             240
     Mrs. Brownell    Janitress       2400             240
     E. S. Fuller     Janitor         2400             240
     Mrs. Boland      Janitress       2400             240
     Ed Knieke        Janitor         2400             240
     Mrs. Heehs       Janitress               2400     240
     Mrs. Hill        Janitress               2400     240
     Mrs. Bailey      Janitress       2400             240
     Nick Larena      Janitor         2400             240
     Mrs. Sterneri    Janitress               2400           240
     A. M. Bachman    Janitor         2400             240
     Mrs. Devencenzi  Janitress       2400             240
     Henry Peck       Janitor         2400             240
     James Brady      Janitor                 2400     240
     Charles Ehlo     Janitor         2400             240
     J. D. Fletcher   Janitor         2400             240
     Mrs. Fletcher    Janitress       2400             240
     L. T. Simonsen   Janitor         2400             240
     S. C. Biselli    Janitor         2400             240
     Mrs. King        Janitress       1200    1200     240
     Mrs. Cannada     Janitress       1200             120
     Janitor Morrill Hall             2400
                                   115,038  17,160  12,174 1,840
                                    12,174
                                   127,212
                                       x 2
                                   254,424

    *3 mon. 9:30-10 9 mon. 9:20-10
   **8.20 a day raise to 9.00 a day
  ***8.20 a day raise to 9.00 a day - 9 months

The Board recessed at 12:10 noon for luncheon.

The recessed meeting was called to order at 1:45 P.M.

10.  Agricultural Extension Division Salaries

     The President presented recommendations for salaries for the
     Agricultural Extension Division staff.

     Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the following
     salaries for the Agricultural Extension Division be approv-
     ed.

                 AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION DIVISION
           RECOMMENDATION FOR SALARY INCREASES 1951-52

                                         Present        Proposed
     Name                                 Salary   Incr  Salary

     C. W. Creel, Director                  7200           7200
     Thomas E. Buckman, Supervisor          5760           5760
 (1) Paul L. Maloney, Supervisor            5640    260    5900
     Otto R. Schulz, Specialist             5600           5600
     Margaret M. Griffin, Extension Agent   5280           5280
 (1) A. J. Reed, Specialist                 5060    240    5300
     Mark W. Menke, Extension Agent         4920    280    5200
     Louis A. Gardella, Extension Agent     4560    340    4900
     Archie R. Albright, Extension Agent    4620    280    4900
     Gene F. Empey, Editor                  4200    300    4500
     Charles R. York, Extension Agent       4320    180    4500
     Lena Berry, Extension Agent            4200    200    4400
     M. Gertrude Hayes, Extension Agent     4200    200    4400
     J. Hazel Zimmerman, Extension Agent    4200    200    4400
 (2) Leonard A. Anker, Extension Agent      4080    240    4320
     J. Kirk Day, Extension Agent           4060    240    4300
     Ferren Bunker, Extension Agent         4020    280    4300
     James G. Jensen, Extension Agent       4020    280    4300
     Robert J. Whelan, Extension Agent      3900    200    4100
     Lyle O. Mc Cartney, Extension Agent    3600    400    4000
     Raymond C. Cox, Extension Agent        3600    300    3900
     Frank E. Morrow, Extension Agent       3600    200    3800
     Madge Elder, Extension Agent           3600    200    3800
 (3) Frances Hailand, Extension Agent       3480    120    3600
     Don M. Drummond, Specialist (1/2 time) 2300    180    2480

     (1)  Part time resident teaching
     (2)  Resigned, effective August 31, 1951
     (3)  Position discontinued August 31, 1951

11.  Report of Dean Scheid

     In accord with Regents' action at the previous meeting, Dean
     Vernon Scheid met with the Regents to give his views and
     impressions of the problems and the future of the Mackay
     School of Mines.

     Dean Scheid left the meeting at 3 P.M.  Mr. Ross thanked him
     for meeting with the Regents and for giving them the benefit
     of his thinking.

12.  Personnel

     The President presented the following recommendations.

     Motion by Mr. Crumley carried unanimously that they be ap-
     proved.

     (a)  That Jay M. Hansen, Assistant Professor in the Depart-
          ment of Physics, be granted a leave of absence for the
          year 1951-52, to accept an offer of the Hughes Aircraft
          Company.

     (b)  That A. Stuart Daley, Assistant Professor in the De-
          partment of English, be granted a leave of absence for
          his period of duty in the active military service of
          the United States.

     (c)  That Lt. Col. James D. Loewus be appointed as Professor
          of Military Science and Tactics.

     (d)  That Randall Ross be appointed as Lecturer in the De-
          partment of Education for the year 1951-52 at a salary
          of $900 for the year.

     (e)  That C. E. Shepherd be appointed as Lecturer in Meteor-
          ology in the Department of Physics for the year 1951-52
          at a salary of $600 for the year.

     (f)  That James M. Hoyt be appointed as Instructor in the
          Department of Economics, Business and Sociology for the
          year 1951-52 at a salary of $3600 for the year.

     (g)  That Mary Rulifson be appointed as Instructor in the
          Department of Physical Education for Women for the year
          1951-52 at a salary of $2700 for the year.

     (h)  That Jean Mc Intosh be appointed as Instructor in the
          Department of Physical Education for Women for the
          year 1951-52 at a salary of $2700 for the year.

     (i)  That Edward Davis be employed during the 3 months of
          the Summer of 1951 as Field Assistant in Food and Drugs
          and Petroleum Products Inspection.

     (j)  That Frederick R. Jensen be appointed as Graduate Fel-
          low in Chemistry for the year 1951-52 at a salary of
          $1100 for the year, with freedom from tuition and gen-
          eral University fees in the Department.

     (k)  That John M. Fenly be appointed as County Extension
          Agent for Clark County, effective July 1, 1951, at a
          salary of $5600 per year.

     (l)  That Mrs. Frances Hailand, Extension Agent, be trans-
          ferred from the Douglas-Ormsby District to Elko County
          and that she be replaced in Douglas-Ormsby Counties by
          Miss Margaret Griffin.

     (m)  That Professor J. A. Carpenter be retired July 1, 1951
          with the retirement pay of $200 per month; and M. R.
          Miller of the Experiment Station staff be retired July
          1, 1951 with the retirement pay of $195 per month.

     (n)  That John Wittwer, County Extension Agent, be retired
          from that job as of May 1, 1951, to accept temporary
          appointment as Horticulturist with the Experiment Sta-
          tion in the absence of Ray Peterson, who has been
          granted a year's leave.

     The President reported that the following resignations have
     been received:

         B. J. Scull of the Department of Geology
         Harold Classen of the Department of Geology
         Frank Inman of the Department of Physics
         Marjorie Price of the Department of Physical Education
         A. F. Marcelli of the Department of Economics, Business
             and Sociology
         A. T. Glimn of the Department of Electrical Engineering

     Health Service

         The President presented the following recommendations.

         Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried unanimously that they
         be approved.

         That Dr. Rowland P. Yeagle be employed as University
         Physician for the two terms of Summer School, at a
         salary of $300 per term.

         That Mrs. Juanita Frances RN be employed as Head Nurse
         for the first term of Summer School at a salary of
         $230 per month plus laundry of uniforms and meals
         while on duty.

         That Miss Mary Rotter RN be employed as Head Nurse for
         the second term of Summer School at a salary of $230
         per month plus laundry of uniforms and meals while on
         duty.

         That Mrs. J. B. Lynch be employed as Practical Nurse for
         the entire Summer School at a salary of $145 per month,
         plus a room at the Infirmary, meals and laundry of uni-
         forms.

         That Dr. Robert Locke and Dr. Rowland P. Yeagle be em-
         ployed on a part time basis as Co-University Physicians
         for the school year 1951-52, to service 1/2 time at a
         salary of $200 per month each.  The doctors will arrange
         to serve us alternate weeks throughout the school year.
         Both will be on call for any necessary duty at all
         times.

         That Miss Mary Rotter RN be continued as Head Nurse at
         a salary of $2320 for the year 1951-52, payable in 10
         months installments, plus laundry of uniforms and meals
         when on duty.

         That Mrs. Theodore Lamberson RN be continued as Nurse
         at a salary of $2125 for the year 1951-52, payable in 10
         months installments, plus laundry of uniforms, and meals
         when on duty.

         That Mrs. J. B. Lynch be continued as Practical Nurse at
         a salary of $1450 for the year 1951-52, payable in 10
         months installments.  Mrs. Lynch is to have a room in
         the Infirmary, meals and laundry of uniforms.

     Dean of Agriculture

         The President presented the applications received to
         date for the position of Dean of Agriculture.  After
         general discussion it was unanimously decided to con-
         tinue the search with a view to finding someone whose
         field is Animal Husbandry with special emphasis on
         beef cattle.  In the meantime, the President was
         authorized to invite Mr. D. H. Jacobsen to visit the
         Campus if he should be traveling this way.

13.  Veterans Committee

     Student Harold Baker appeared on behalf of a group of
     veteran students who had "exceeded the $500 allotment al-
     lowed by the Veterans Administration of the United States
     Goverment for a year's schooling, said excess charge being
     based on a per unit cost of schooling of $11.96 which per
     unit cost was unknown to the veterans."  The petition
     asked that "the said veterans not be held liable for the
     excess fees, on the basis of the fact that they were not
     informed of the method of computing the charge."

     Motion by Mr. Hardy carried unanimously that the brief from
     the committee of veterans be accepted and that it be turned
     over to the President of the University.  The President was
     directed to get the opinion of the Attorney General as to
     the power and liability of the University in this matter.

14.  Budget

     Comptroller Hayden presented the budget in detail, as per
     minutes of the last Regents meeting, for the biennium,
     July 1, 1951 to June 30, 1953.  He explained that the break-
     down on the budget for auxiliaries will be ready July 1 when
     it is determined what their operations will be.

     Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the budget be
     approved.

15.  Gifts

     The following gifts were announced by the President and ac-
     cepted by the Board of Regents:

     (a)  John Culnan of the State Board of Health, Carson City,
          has given 2 checks of $5 to a fund for purchase of a
          new and larger flag for the flagpole.

     (b)  The Las Vegas Press Club established a $500 scholarship
          for a student from the Las Vegas High School who will
          enroll in the University of Nevada as a student in
          Journalism.

     (c)  Will of Anne Martin bequeathed her books to the Uni-
          versity of Nevada.

     (d)  Mrs. B. H. Shartle, Ruth, Nevada, offered books, art
          works and vocal music to the University - the books
          from her mother's collection and the other material
          from her own.

16.  Remodeling and Renovation

     The Comptroller reported on plans for remodeling Lincoln
     Hall.

     Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that arrangement
     be made with Russell Mills to draw plans and to supervise
     the work of remodeling Lincoln Hall, in accord with the
     Comptroller's recommendations.

     Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the University
     proceed with the installation of the boiler and tank in the
     new Engineering building and complete that part of the
     heating plant project.

     Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that the University
     Administration be authorized to purchase the necessary mate-
     rials rapidly as possible for the heating plant projects
     covered in the agreement with Mr. Thompson.

17.  Dormitories and Dining Hall

     The President presented a contract form for students who
     live in the Dormitories and eat in the Dining Hall, showing
     rates and regulations for the coming year.

     Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried unanimously that the contract
     as follows be approved:

                     UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA
       Contract for Residence in a University Dormitory

     The undersigned applies for room and board in Lincoln Hall,
     a Dormitory at the University of Nevada, and in making this
     application he agrees to the following terms and conditions:

      1.  This application shall be accompanied by a deposit of
          $25 for the purpose of securing a reservation.  This
          deposit will be refunded only:  (1) if this applica-
          tion is not accepted; (2) if cancellation is received
          by the University 2 weeks prior to the first day of
          the semester as printed in the University catalog.

      2.  For new and transfer students, the Dormitory will be
          open at 9:00 A.M., Friday, September 14, 1951, and
          the first meal will be served in the Dining Hall at
          lunch on Friday, September 14, 1951.  The rate for
          board and room for the Fall semester shall be $277.80.

      3.  For former students, the Dormitory will be open on
          Tuesday, September 18, 1951, and the first meal will
          be served in the Dining Hall at breakfast on Wednesday,
          September 19, 1951.  The rate for board and room for
          the Fall semester is $268.80.

          (Former students who desire to eat in the Dining Hall
          prior to the above date may do so by paying cash at
          each meal at the transient rate or in a lump sum to be
          arranged with the Director of the Dining Hall.)

      4.  At Thanksgiving recess, the Dining Hall will close
          after dinner on November 21, and will reopen for break-
          fast on November 26.

      5.  At Christmas recess, the Dining Hall will close after
          dinner on December 21 and will reopen for breakfast on
          January 7, 1952.

      6.  At the close of the semester, the Dining Hall will
          close after dinner on February 1, 1952.

      7.  The fee for board and room in the amount of $277.80
          is payable as follows:

          (1)  Deposit with application                  $ 25.00
          (2)  Due and payable upon admittance            100.00
          (3)  Due and payable on or before Oct. 5, 1951   38.20
          (4)  Due and payable on or before Nov. 5, 1951   38.20
          (5)  Due and payable on December 5, 1951         38.20
          (6)  Due and payable on January 7, 1952          38.20
          (7)  Due and payable on January 7, 1952 (former
               students)                                   29.20

      8.  The following schedule of refunds will govern all cases
          of cancellation after the opening of the semester:

          1.  Of the amount of $60 allotted to room rent, 2/3
              will be refunded if cancellation occurs during the
              first 3 weeks of the semester.  If cancellation
              occurs during the 4th through the 8th week inclu-
              sive, 1/2 the room rent for the semester shall be
              refunded.  After the end of the 8th week, no refund
              will be made.

          2.  Of the amount allocated to meal costs, 4/5 of the
              amount paid in and unused shall be refunded.

      9.  The regulations governing rebates as printed in the
          University catalog shall govern all cases of approved
          absences from the Dining Hall.

     10.  The applicant agrees that he will abide by the rules
          of the Lincoln Hall Association and of the University
          of Nevada.  He agrees that the authorities of the
          University of Nevada may terminate forthwith the resi-
          dence in a University Dormitory of any student who is
          guilty of unbecoming behavior or of neglect of aca-
          demic duties.

     11.  The undersigned certify that the statements on the ap-
          plication on the accompanying sheet are correct.  The
          undersigned understand that this application will con-
          stitute a contract between the Regents of the Univer-
          sity of Nevada and the undersigned for the entire
          period of the Fall semester of the academic year 1951-
          52, if it is accepted by the Regents of the University
          of Nevada and an assignment is made to Lincoln Hall.
          The undersigned understands that this contract cannot
          be cancelled on or after the first day of the Fall
          semester, or at any time after the undersigned has
          established residence in Lincoln Hall, unless special
          permission is granted by the authorities of the Uni-
          versity of Nevada and written approval is secured by
          the undersigned.

              Signature of Student ____________Date______________

              Signature of parent or legal guardian if applicant
              is under 21 years of age.

                                   ____________Date______________

18.  Easement

     The Comptroller reported as follows (see minutes of previous
     meeting), concerning easements and right of way, Fleischmann
     Dairy Farm, and

     Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried unanimously that the report
     be accepted.

         L. W. Wimberly
              to
         Mrs. T. Campbell, et al

         This Indenture, made the first day of February, in the
         year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty
         one, between L. W. Wimberly of the County of Washoe and
         the State of Nevada, the party of the first part, and
         Mrs. T. Campbell and Andrea Ghiglieri and Company, of
         said County and State, the parties of the second part.
         Witnesseth, that the said party of the first part, for
         and in consideration of the sum of five dollars in gold
         coin of the United States of America, to him in hand
         paid by the said parties of the second part, the receipt
         whereof is hereby acknowledged, doth by these presents
         grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said parties of
         the second part and to the present and future occupants
         of the W 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 12, and the South
         70 acres of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and the SW 1/4 of
         the SE 1/4 of Section 1, in Township 18 North, Range 19
         East, M. D. B. and M. the right of way and easement for
         road purposes, not to exceed 12 feet in width, along
         the line dividing the NW 1/4 from the NE 1/4 of the SW
         1/4 of Said Section 1, together with all the rights and
         privileges appertaining and incident to such rights of
         way and easements.  And said first party hereby cov-
         enants to construct and maintain good and sufficient
         gates at the termini of such right of way, the northern
         terminus of which shall connect with what is known as
         Wimberly's Lane.  To have and to hold said right of way
         and easement to said parties of the second part, their
         heirs and assigns forever.

         Witness the hand and seal of the said first party the
         day and years first above written.

                         /s/ L. W. Wimberly (Seal)

         State of Nevada
         County of Washoe  ss:

         On this first day of February, A. D., 1881, before me,
         John B. Williams, County Recorder, in and for said
         Washoe County, personally appeared L. W. Wimberly,
         personally known to me to be the individual described
         in and who executed the annexed instrument, who duly
         acknowledged to me that he executed the same freely
         and voluntarily and for the uses and purposes therein
         mentioned.

         Witness my hand Official Seal, at Reno in said County,
         the day and year in this Certificate, first above
         written.

         (Seal)          /s/ M. B. Williams
                             County Recorder

         Recorded at request of A. Ghiglieri, filed January 23d,
         A. D. 1882 at 35 min. past 1 P.M.

19.  Correspondence

     Notes of appreciation were received, read and ordered filed
     as follows:

     (a)  From Margaret Martin Mackey for resolutions on death
          of Anne Martin.

     (b)  From Nellie Cline for resolutions, flowers and favors
          in connection with the death of Mr. L. E. Cline.

20.  Nevada Art Gallery

     Referring to the meeting of the Executive Committee with Mr.
     C. H. Gorman to discuss matters pertaining to the Nevada Art
     Gallery,

     Motion by Mr. Hardy carried unanimously that the President
     be authorized to represent the Board of Regents to work with
     a representative of the Nevada Art Gallery to get an opinion
     from the Attorney General as to the legality of deeds and
     other instruments and agreements pertaining to the Nevada
     Art Gallery, and the liability of the University of Nevada.
     The President was instructed to inform the Nevada Art Gal-
     lery that all work on Art Gallery grounds is to be stopped,
     pending the above opinion.

The meeting recessed at 6:10 P.M.

The recessed meeting was called to order by the Chairman in the
President's office at 3:15 P.M., Monday, June 11, 1951.  All
Regents and the President were present.

Following a general discussion on the athletic situation and
specifically on the contract which Coach Sheeketski had negotiat-
ed with the Board of Athletic Control, Chairman Ross was directed
to write a letter to the Attorney General stating that Regent
Arentz had been authorized to represent the Board of Regents in
the discussion concerning the contract which he had with the
Attorney General, and asking the Attorney General to give an
opinion on the liability of the University with respect to said
contract.

Motion by Mr. Arentz carried unanimously that Gene Mastroianni
be transferred immediately from the position of Athletic Manager
to that of Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association, his
salary to be continued by the University.

21.  Trailer Units

     Report was received from the Comptroller that Mr. Bagley of
     the Community Welfare Agency notified him that the City of
     Reno is not interested in the trailer units.

     Motion by Mr. Crumley carried unanimously that the bid of
     Mr. E. S. Heward be accepted.

The meeting adjourned at 3:30 P.M.

The next meeting is to be held sometime during the Summer to dis-
cuss with the President the future program of the University, and
will be called by the Chairman.