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UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
July 1-2, 1922
 



07-01-1922
Volume OE - Pages 327-328

                         Reno, Nevada
                         July 1, 1922

The Board of Regents met in the Office of President Clark Satur-
day morning, July 1, 1922, at 10 o'clock.  All members of the
Board, with the exception of Mrs. Hood, were present; also
President Clark and Mr. Gorman.

The minutes of the meeting of May 31, 1922 were approved.  Mr.
North made the motion.  Vote:

    Mr. Pratt           Aye
    Judge Talbot        Aye
    Judge Curler        Aye
    Mr. North           Aye

List No. 23, State Claims Nos. 218 to 228, for a net total of
$19,861.12, and List No. 6 of Regents' Checks, Nos. 2042 to
2050, for the net sum of $29,457.46, were approved.  Motion by
Mr. Pratt.  Vote:

    Mr. Pratt           Aye
    Judge Talbot        Aye
    Judge Curler        Aye
    Mr. North           Aye

On the recommendation of President Clark, and at her request,
the resignation of Miss Helena J. Shade as Assistant Dean of
Women was accepted, to be effective June 30, 1922.  Motion by
Mr. Pratt.  Vote:

    Mr. Pratt           Aye
    Judge Talbot        Aye
    Judge Curler        Aye
    Mr. North           Aye

On the recommendations of President Clark and Professor Jeanne
E. Wier, the resignation of Robert L. Jones as Instructor in
the Department of History and Political Science to take effect
September 1, 1922, was accepted.  Motion by Mr. North.  Vote:

    Mr. Pratt           Aye
    Judge Talbot        Aye
    Judge Curler        Aye
    Mr. North           Aye

On the recommendation of Director Cecil W. Creel, President
Clark recommended election of Robert G. Foster to be Assistant
Director in charge of County Agent and Boys' Club Work at a
salary of $3300, salary and service to begin from date of
his arrival on or about August 25, 1922.  Motion by Judge
Talbott.  Vote:

    Mr. Pratt           Aye
    Judge Talbot        Aye
    Judge Curler        Aye
    Mr. North           Aye

On the recommendation of Director Creel, President Clark
recommended that Miss Mary E. Stilwell's salary be increased
from $2760 to $3000, effective July 1, 1922, and that from
the same date her title be changed to Assistant Director in
charge of Home Demonstration and Girls Club Work.  Motion by
Judge Curler.  Vote:

    Mr. Pratt           Aye
    Judge Talbot        Aye
    Judge Curler        Aye
    Mr. North           Aye

After some little discussion, Judge Curler and Comptroller
Gorman were authorized to sell to Theodore W. Clark that parcel
of land east of the University right of way for its spur track
and adjacent to Mr. Clark's property, it being understood that
he should pay to the University for this parcel of land at the
same rate it had cost the University.

On motion of Mr. North, Comptroller Gorman was authorized to
issue a duplicate check to C. H. Kent, to replace the one
covering his May salary, which was destroyed.  Motion by Mr.
North.  Vote:

    Mr. Pratt           Aye
    Judge Talbot        Aye
    Judge Curler        Aye
    Mr. North           Aye

President Clark told the Board that he believed there were
sufficient funds to permit the extension of the street paving
from Hatch Station north in front of the Agricultural and
Education buildings and around the loop by the Gymnasium.

Regent Pratt moved that Maxwell Adams be elected Vice President
of the University, with an increase in salary from his present
$4200 to $4500, in consideration of this additional responsi-
bility.  The new salary and title are to be effective from
July 1, 1922.  Vote:

    Mr. Pratt           Aye
    Judge Talbot        Aye
    Judge Curler        Aye
    Mr. North           Aye

Adjourned.

Carolyn M. Beckwith
Secretary