07/19/1956

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
July 19-20, 1956




07-19-1956
Volume 7 - Pages 253-263

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA
REGENTS MEETING
July 19-20, 1956

The Board of Regents met in regular session in the President's
office at the University on Thursday, July 19, 1956. The meeting
was called to order by the Chairman at 9:05 A.M. Present: Re-
gents Hardy, Grant, Lombardi, Thompson, Ross; Comptroller Hayden
and President Stout. Academic Vice President Wood was present
for the presentation of budget in the teaching areas. Dr.
Richard G. Lillard of the State of Nevada University Survey
Team was present as an observer.

Reporters Hulse and Digino covered the session for the day.

1. Minutes of Previous Meetings

Motion by Mr. Grant carried unanimously that the minutes
of previous meetings be approved, as follows:

a) Regular meeting of June 2, 1956
b) Regular meeting of June 25-26, 1956
c) Special meeting of June 27 and 30, 1956

2. Presentation of Budget Needs for the Biennium 1957-59

President Stout described the process by which the budget
needs had been received, studied and prepared for presenta-
tion to the Board of Regents. Conferences were held with
each Dean individually, with the Academic Vice President
in regard to the teaching areas, and with the Comptroller.

a) Dr. William Wood first talked of the projected enroll-
ment increase in the University, based on population
growth of the State as predicted by the U. S. Census
Bureau, and other studies on a national and statewide
basis.

President Stout spoke, also, of the coming enrollment
increase and recommended that the doors of this Uni-
versity be kept open for the youth of Nevada and that
no top limit be set at this time. The Regents agreed,
by consensus, that no top limit should be set at this
time.

b) Dean Vernon E. Scheid came into the meeting at 9:25 A.M.
to discuss the budget needs of the Mackay School of
Mines, and left the meeting following his presentation.

Mr. Hardy suggested, for consideration at a later meet-
ing, the possibility of Congressional action providing
for the rehabilitation of the old Bureau of Mines build-
ing so that it would be returned to the University in as
good condition as it was when originally occupied by
the U. S. Bureau of Mines.

c) Dean Stanley G. Palmer came into the meeting at 10:15
A.M. to discuss the budget needs of the College of Engi-
neering, and left the meeting following his presenta-
tion.

d) Dean Garold H. Holstine came into the meeting at 11:00
A.M. to discuss the budget needs of the College of Edu-
cation, and left the meeting following his presentation.

3. Personnel Recommendations

Personnel recommendations were presented by the President.

Motion by Mr. Thompson carried unanimously that they be
approved, as follows:

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE

a) Appointments as follows:

1. Richard T. Dankworth as Instructor in Health,
Physical Education and Athletics at a salary of
$5200 for the academic year 1956-57.
2. James S. Roberts as Assistant Professor of History
and Political Science at a salary of $5600 for the
academic year 1956-57.
3. Kenneth Bradshaw as Lecturer in Mathematics at a
salary of $5400 for the academic year 1956-57.
4. Mary Sellers as Assistant Professor of Psychology
and Sociology at a salary of $5500 for the academic
year 1956-57.

b) Resignation as follows:

1. Lois Fitzgibbons, Department of Health, Physical
Education and Athletics, as of June 30, 1956.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Supervising Teacher

1. Millard Murphy, Reno High School, Spring semester,
1956 - $60

Summer Sessions - Reno Campus

a) Appointments, as follows:

1. George Carter, Geography - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$1000
2. Clifford Froehlich, Secondary Education - 8/20/56
to 8/24/56 - $250
3. Lucy Ann Nutty, Elementary School - 6/23/56 to
8/4/56 - $600
4. Mary Veitch, Secretarial Studies - 6/23/56 to
8/4/56 - $250
5. John H. Manning, Education - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$125

b) Reappointments, as follows:

1. Norma Baker, Elementary Education - 6/9/56 to
8/4/56 - $1200
2. Rachael De Angelo, Education (Library) - 6/23/56
to 8/18/56 - $1200
3. Francois d'Artenay, Education - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$900
4. Eileen Dillon, Elementary School - 6/23/56 to
8/4/56 - $600
5. Selma Herr, Elementary Education - 6/23/56 to
8/4/56 - $900
6. John A. Manning, Speech - 6/4/56 to 6/22/56 - $400
7. Virgil A. Revie, Education - 6/9/56 to 8/4/56 -
$900
8. Dale Roberts, Elementary School - 6/23/56 to
8/4/56 - $600
9. Sessions Wheeler, Elementary Education - 6/9/56 to
6/23/56 - $300

c) Supplementary Contracts, as follows:

1. Carl W. Backman, Sociology and Anthropology -
6/23/56 to 8/4/56 - $780
2. E. Maurice Beesley, Mathematics - 6/9/56 to 7/14/56
- $771.25
3. C. Kenneth Bradshaw, Mathematics - 6/9/56 to
8/18/56 - $1040
4. Lauren Brink, Secretary Education - 8/4/56 to
8/18/56 - $350
5. Harold N. Brown, Education - 6/9/56 to 6/30/56 -
$519.15
6. Donald G. Cooney, Botany - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$352.50
7. M. W. Deming, Chemistry - 7/14/56 to 8/18/56 -
$911.25
8. Russell R. Elliott, History and Political Science -
6/23/56 to 8/4/56 - $796.50
9. Charles E. Frank, English - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$825
10. Frederick G. Freeburne, Music - 6/9/56 to 8/18/56 -
$1450
11. William H. Halberstadt, Philosophy - 6/9/56 to
6/23/56 - $210
12. Leona Heinle, Elementary Education - 6/9/56 to
6/23/56 - $250
13. Edith Henrich, English - 8/4/56 to 8/18/56 - $210
14. Felton Hickman, Music - 6/9/56 to 6/23/56 - $255.50
15. Charles R. Hicks, History and Political Science -
6/23/56 to 8/4/56 - $735
16. A. L. Higginbotham, Journalism - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56
- $375
17. Harlan Holladay, Art - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 - $675
18. Austin E. Hutcheson, History - 6/9/56 to 6/23/56
and 8/4/56 to 8/18/56 - $604
19. J. Patrick Kelly, Audio-Visual Education - 6/23/56
to 6/30/56 - $125
20. Sigmund W. Leifson, Physics - 6/9/56 to 6/23/56 -
$375
21. Robert Mc Queen, Psychology - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$705
22. William Keith Macy, Music - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$825
23. Clyde F. Mead, Education - 6/9/56 to 8/4/56 - $1200
24. C. F. Melz, Spanish - 6/9/56 to 8/18/56 - $1204
25. Charles Monson, Jr., Philosophy - 6/23/56 to
8/4/56 - $690
26. John W. Morrison, English - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$739.50
27. Burton C. Newbry, Education - 6/9/56 to 6/30/56 -
$397.50
28. Alden J. Plumley, Economics and Business Adminis-
tration - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 - $638.75
29. Paul F. Secord, Psychology - 6/9/56 to 8/4/56 -
$1200
30. Wilbur S. Shepperson, History - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$705
31. Joseph R. Sligo, Mathematics - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 -
$480
32. Thomas T. Tucker, School Administration - 6/9/56
to 6/30/56 - $450
33. Roy De Verl Willey, Education - 6/9/56 to 6/30/56 -
$450
34. Loring R. Williams, Chemistry - 6/9/56 to 7/14/56 -
$655
35. Asher Wilson, Speech - 6/23/56 to 8/4/56 - $690

MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES

a) Appointments, as follows:

1. Fritz Louis Kramer as Instructor in Geology-
Geography at a salary of $5700 for the academic
year 1956-57.
2. Harold A. Vincent as Junior Chemist in the Nevada
Mining Analytical Laboratory, effective July 1,
1956 at a salary of $4800 for the year.
3. Robert Bruce Collagan as Laboratory Assistant in
the Nevada Mining Analytical Laboratory, effective
July 1, 1956 at a salary of $280 per month for full
-time work during the Summer months, and $140 per
month for half-time work during the school year.

b) Reappointment, as follows:

1. Donald F. Divens, Museum Assistant, at a salary of
$140 per month for half-time service, effective
September 1, 1956.

c) Resignation, as follows:

1. Albert R. Glockzin, Assistant Geologist in the
Nevada Bureau of Mines, effective June 30, 1956.

ATOMIC ENERGY PROJECT

a) Appointment, as follows:

1. Lester J. May, Jr. as Laboratory Technician at a
salary of $280 per month for July, August and
September, 1956.

b) Reappointments, as follows:

1. John N. Butler, Research Metallurgist and Professor
of Metallurgy, at a salary of $9600, effective July
1, 1956.
2. Robert Stephens, Assistant Research Metallurgist,
at a salary of $6900, effective July 1, 1956.
3. Henry Ehrlinger, Assistant Research Metallurgist,
at a salary of $6900, effective July 1, 1956.
4. Lester L. Crawford, Laboratory Helper, at a salary
of $360 per month, effective July 1, 1956.
5. Willmar T. Berg, Laboratory Helper, at a salary of
$360 per month, effective July 1, 1956.
6. Robert M. Moyers, Laboratory Helper, at a salary of
$335 per month, effective July 1, 1956.
7. Keith Russell Stever, Laboratory Technician, at a
salary of $140 per month for half-time work during
the Summer months, and $93.33 per month for part-
time work during the school year, effective July 1,
1956.

c) Supplementary Contracts, as follows:

1. Robert J. Morris, Associate Research Chemist, at a
salary of $720 per month for August 1956 and June
1957.
2. H. Jerome Seim, Assistant Research Chemist, at a
salary of $640 per month for August 1956 and June
1957.
3. Lon S. Mc Girk, Jr., Assistant Research Mineralo-
gist, at a salary of $545 per month for August
1956 and June 1957.

STATEWIDE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Off-Camus Summer Session

a) Appointments, as follows:

1. William Cowan, Education (Improvement of Reading) -
6/25/56 to 7/27/56 - $750 plus 1/2 round trip air
transportation San Francisco to Las Vegas (to teach
in Las Vegas and Elko).
2. Selma Herr, Education (Teaching Language Arts) -
8/6/56 to 8/24/56 - $450 plus 1/2 air transporta-
tion Los Angeles to Las Vegas (to teach in Las
Vegas).
3. Marie Lien, Education (Teaching of Art) - 6/25/56
to 8/3/56 - $600 plus 1/2 air transportation from
Davis, California to Las Vegas (to teach in Las
Vegas).
4. Elizabeth Martin, Education (Library Materials) -
7/16/56 to 7/27/56 - $300 plus 1/2 air transporta-
tion from San Bernardino to Las Vegas (to teach
in Las Vegas).
5. Herman J. Peters, School Administration - 6/11/56
to 6/22/56 - $300 plus $200 travel expense (to
teach in Las Vegas).

b) Appointments, as follows: (Members of regular staff)

1. Hugh J. Baird, Education - 7/16/56 to 8/3/56 - $150
(Las Vegas)
2. Lauren Brink, Education - 6/4/56 to 8/3/56 - $1350
(Las Vegas)
3. J. Harold Brinley, Mathematics - 6/4/56 to 6/22/56
- $300 (Las Vegas)
4. Eleanore Bushnell, History - 6/25/56 to 8/3/56 -
$450 plus 1/2 round trip air transportation San
Francisco to Las Vegas (Las Vegas).
5. Lois M. Fitzgibbons, Physical Education - 6/4/56
to 6/22/56 - $300 (Las Vegas)
6. Paul Gardner, English - 6/4/56 to 7/13/56 - $450
(Las Vegas)
7. Leona Heinle, Education - 6/25/56 to 8/17/56 -
$1050 (Las Vegas and Ely)
8. Edith Henrich, English - 6/25/56 to 7/13/56 - $450
(Winnemucca)
9. James Hoyt, Business Administration - 6/18/56 to
7/27/56 - $900 (Ely)
10. J. Patrick Kelly, Education - 6/4/56 to 6/22/56 -
$450 (Winnemucca)
11. Ira La Rivers, Biology - 6/11/56 to 6/22/56 - $300
(Ely)
12. Irving Lazar, Education and Psychology - 6/4/56 to
8/3/56 - $900 (Las Vegas)
13. John A. Manning, Speech - 6/4/56 to 6/22/56 - $450
(Las Vegas)
14. Mrs. Ivan Sack, Education - 6/9/56 to 7/2/56 - $300
(Ely)
15. Wilbur Shepperson, History - 6/4/56 to 6/22/56 -
$450 (Elko)

Reno Evening Division

Reappointment of Mrs. C. S. Davis to teach Real Estate
Review - 5/28/56 to 7/18/56 - $225

FOOD AND DRUGS - WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

a) Appointments, as follows:

1. Frank W. Wilson, Inspector, at a salary of $4800,
effective July 1, 1956.
2. Sherman Tresca, Petroleum Chemist, effective June
18, 1956, at a salary rate of $350 per month.

INFIRMARY

a) Reappointment, as follows:

1. Robert Locke, University Physician, at a salary of
$4000 for the academic year 1956-57.

MAX C. FLEISCHMANN COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

a) Appointment, as follows:

1. William C. Bianchi as Assistant Soils Research
Physicist and Assistant Professor of Soils and
Plant Nutrition, effective September 1, 1956,
at a salary rate of $6800 per year.

b) Reappointment, as follows:

1. Edward Records as Director of Veterinary Control
Services on a half-time basis, effective July 1,
1956, at a salary of $4800 for the year.

The Board recessed as a Board of Regents and met as a Board
of Control for the Agricultural Experiment Station, to con-
sider personnel recommendations presented by the President.

Motion by Mr. Hardy carried unanimously that they be ap-
proved, as follows:

AGRICULTURE EXPERIMENT STATION

a) Appointments, as follows:

1. William C. Bianchi as Assistant Soils Research
Physicist and Assistant Professor of Soils and
Plant Nutrition, effective September 1, 1956 at
a salary rate of $6800 for the year. (See item
1 under (a) above.)
2. Clifton R. Blincoe as Assistant Research Chemist,
effective July 1, 1956 at a salary of $7000 for
the year.
3. Byron John Gilbert as Graduate Research Assistant
in Animal Husbandry at a salary of $2300, effective
July 1, 1956, on a half-time basis.

b) Reappointment as follows:

1. Philip R. Ternan as Graduate Research Assistant
in Animal Husbandry at a salary of $2300 for the
year on a half-time basis, effective July 1, 1956.

c) Resignation, as follows:

1. Melvin E. Davison as Graduate Research Assistant
in Agronomy and Range Management, effective July
1, 1956. Mr. Davison's appointment was approved
at the meeting of June 2, 1956, but Mr. Davison
has now decided not to leave his present post.

The Board adjourned as a Board of Control for the Agri-
cultural Experiment Station and reconvened as a Board of
Regents.

The meeting of the Board of Regents recessed at 12:07 noon for
luncheon in the University Dining Hall.

The recessed meeting was called to order by the Chairman at
1:40 P.M., with all present who started the morning session.

4. Presentation of Budget Needs (Continuation of Item #2)

e) Dean John R. Bertrand, Dr. Eldon Wittwer and Mr. William
G. Stucky came into the meeting. Dean Bertrand discuss-
ed the budget needs of the College of Agriculture with
the assistance of Dr. Wittwer and Mr. Stucky and they
left the meeting following their presentation.

f) Dean Ralph Irwin came into the meeting at 2:50 P.M. to
discuss the budget needs of the College of Arts and
Science, and left the meeting following his presenta-
tion.

g) Dean Robert C. Weems, Jr. came into the meeting at 4:05
P.M. to discuss the budget needs of the College of
Business Administration and left the meeting following
his presentation.

The meeting recessed at 4:40 P.M. until the following morning.

The recessed meeting of the Board of Regents was called to order
by the Chairman at 8:55 A.M. in the President's office at the
University, on Friday, July 20, 1956. Present were all who
started the meeting on Thursday morning, July 19, 1956.

Reporters Hulse and Friel covered the session for the day.

h) Dean Joe Moose came into the meeting at 9:00 A.M. to
discuss the budget need for Graduate Studies and Re-
search, and left the meeting following his presenta-
tion.

i) Mr. J. J. Hill came into the meeting at 9:30 A.M. to
discuss the budget needs of the University Library,
and left the meeting following his presentation.

j) At 10:00 A.M. Dr. William R. Wood discussed the budget
needs of the Statewide Development Program of Higher
Education.

k) Mr. Robert Poolman, University Engineer, came into the
meeting at 10:55 A.M. to discuss the budget needs of
Buildings and Grounds and the Building Program of the
University.

The meeting recessed at 12:10 noon for luncheon in the University
Dining Hall.

The recessed meeting was called to order at 1:00 P.M. by the
Chairman with all Regents, the Comptroller and the President
present.

l) Mr. Edward Randall came into the meeting at 1:00 P.M.
to discuss the budget needs of the Food and Drugs,
Petroleum Products-Weights and Measures Department,
and left the meeting following his presentation.

m) Mr. Hayden presented and discussed the budget needs for
administrative Departments, including Student Affairs,
and explained the overall budget process.

President Stout stressed the need for the University to
prepare for the increased enrollment which is to come, and
to make up in this budget for the lag in building programs
over the past several years. The Regents took copies of
the budget, as presented, for study and consideration, and
action at the next meeting of the Board. President Stout
thanked the Regents for their willingness to sit and listen
to the budget presentations.

5. Gifts

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

1) From Bruce Belnap, B. S., University of Nevada, 1952,
$25 under the General Electric Corporate Alumnus Pro-
gram, whereby matching contribution will be made by
General Electric Company.

2) From Mrs. Kapo of Reno, a collection of ores, minerals
and artifacts for the Mackay Museum.

3) From David Fischer of Sacramento, through the efforts
of Silas E. Ross, the U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin,
"Bibliography of North American Geology 1919-28", by
John M. Nickles, for the Mackay School of Mines Library.

4) From the Isbell Construction Company of Reno, $25 for
purchase of books for the Mineral Industry Library
of the Mackay School of Mines.

5) From Mrs. Marshall Guisti and family, establishment of
an annual scholarship as a memorial to her father,
Alex Ransom, Nevada prospector and mine operator, in
the amount of $25 per year. The award is to be made
to "the Sophomore student of the Mackay School of
Mines who has made outstanding improvements in his
scholarship."

6) From Edgerton, Germeshausen & Grier, Inc., of Las Vegas,
establishment of a scholarship, for which $1000 was
forwarded to the University for at least two scholar-
ships during the school year 1956-57 in Electrical
Engineering and Physics. The scholarships are to be
named "The Edgerton, Germeshausen & Grier, Inc. Scholar-
ships in Electrical Engineering and Physics" and awards
are to be from $200 to $500 each. The students receiv-
ing the awards must possess the following qualifica-
tions:

1. Need financial assistance in the amount of the
scholarship in order to attend the "School of
Electrical Engineering" or the "Department of
Physics" at the University of Nevada.

2. Satisfy the scholarship requirements of these
Departments.

3. Give promise of success in either of these fields.

4. Demonstrate qualities of leadership and cooperation
in University activities.

5. Be recommended by the Head of Electrical Engineer-
ing or the Head of the Physics Department to the
Dean of Engineering for his approval and final rec-
ommendation to the Committee on Scholarships of the
University of Nevada.

Should it occur that the entire amount of the funds is
not awarded during the coming school year, it is desired
that the remaining balance be awarded the following
school year.

It is the present intention to fund this scholarship
program from year to year so long as the earnings of
the Corporation permit.

Motion by Mr. Grant carried unanimously that the gifts be
accepted with appreciation and that a note of thanks be
sent to each donor.

Mr. Poolman came into the meeting at 2:15 P.M. for consideration
of items pertaining to Buildings and Grounds.

6. Bid Opening - Greenhouses

The President gave the following report on the bid opening.

The meeting to open bids for construction of headhouse and
greenhouses, in connection with the Max C. Fleischmann Col-
lege of Agriculture, was held in the President's office at
4:00 P.M., July 17, 1956, the time and date duly set in the
advertised bid notice. Present: Chairman Ross, President
Stout, Comptroller Hayden, Engineer Poolman, Architect
Parsons and representatives of bidding firms.

The bids were opened by Chairman Ross and tabulated as
follows:

Walker Boudwin Frank Capriotti Weil Construction

Base Bid $82,979.00 $82,062.00 $78,563.00
Add Alt. A 46,985.00 47,014.00 46,670.63
Add Alt. B 44,875.00 43,709.00 41,935.69

The bids were then referred to Comptroller Hayden, Engineer
Poolman and Architect Parsons for codification and recom-
mendation, in consultation with President Stout. These
men left the meeting at 4:05 P.M. and returned at 4:15 P.M.
with the recommendation that the base bid of the Weil Con-
struction Company be accepted in the amount of $78,563 at
this time.

The Secretary was instructed to poll the other members of
the Board.

The meeting adjourned at 4:20 P.M.

The Secretary reported that she had polled the members of
the Board and that all were in favor of awarding the base
bid, with no alternates, to Weil Construction Company.

The University has already obligated $15,678 in purchasing
two pre-fabricated greenhouses. The budget estimate was
$90,000, leaving $4,241 to come out of the Contingency Fund
set up by the Fleischmann Foundation, if the bid of $78,563
is accepted.

Motion by Mr. Grant carried unanimously that the base bid
of Weil Construction Company for headhouse and two green-
houses, in the amount of $78,563 be accepted; and that the
President enter into contract with Weil Construction
Company.

7. Classroom Building, Reno Campus

Mr. Ross called attention to the fact that the classroom
building which will be erected on the site of the Agricul-
ture Extension building is the first University building to
be erected exclusively for classroom purposes. He suggested
that the fact be signified by the laying of a cornerstone.
The present building on the site, which was constructed in
1901, contains an identification stone, with inscription.
Discussion followed concerning the stone.

Motion by Mr. Hardy carried unanimously that the identifi-
cation stone be placed in a conspicuous place in the new
building, and that a committee composed of Mr. Ross, Chair-
men, the University Engineer, and the Architect, be author-
ized to study the matter and to proceed with the placing of
the stone, and to purchase a plaque suitably inscribed for
the stone.

Motion by Mr. Thompson carried unanimously that the Grand
Lodge of Masons be invited to lay the official cornerstone
on the first classroom building, to be erected on the site
of the present Agricultural Extension building.

8. President's House on the Campus

Mr. Ross suggested that, when the cornerstone is laid in
the Sarah Hamilton Fleischmann Home Economics building, it
should contain the names of the donors to the original
building on that site, namely, the President's house, if
the list can be found.

Motion by Mr. Grant carried unanimously that a search be
made for the list of donors to the President's house on the
Campus, and that it be placed in the receptacle of the
cornerstone of the new building.

9. Fleischmann Buildings

a) Change Orders

President Stout referred to the statement in the Agree-
ment Between Owner and Architect, Max C. Fleischmann
Foundation, College of Agriculture, which states, "No
change shall be made to the working drawings and speci-
fications or change orders issued except by written ap-
proval signed by (1) the Architect, (2) by a representa-
tive of the Board of Regents for the University of
Nevada; and (3) by a representative of the Foundation
trustees."

The item was discussed, particularly the method of pro-
cedure for securing the signature of the representative
of the Board of Regents.

Motion by Mr. Thompson carried unanimously that the
Architect be notified that any change orders be routed
through the President to the University Engineer, for
both Fleischmann buildings, with the understanding that
before the order becomes final, the Chairman of the
Board shall sign on behalf of the Board of Regents.

b) Earthquake Insurance

A letter from Edward Parsons, Architect, was read and
considered in which he suggested "that in addition to
the fire insurance as per Article 29 of the General
Conditions and Article 50 of the Supplementary General
Conditions calling for flood insurance, earthquake in-
surance be also included as a rider in policies for
the Max C. Fleischmann Agriculture building and the
Sarah Hamilton Fleischmann Home Economics building."

Mr. Hayden reported on his conference with Grant
Robinson, State Auditor, concerning provision for
earthquake insurance, who advised that the office has
studied the matter, and as a result of the study, does
not include it in policies for State buildings.

By consensus, it was agreed that Mr. Parsons be notified
that the University does not wish to include earthquake
insurance in the policy for the Fleischmann buildings.

c) Architect's Fee

Mr. Hayden presented request for payment of Architect's
Fee in the amount of $15,415.71. It was pointed out
that the Agreement indicated the "cost not to exceed
$2,091,180." However, an additional grant from the
Fleischmann Foundation increased the sum.

Motion by Mr. Grant carried unanimously that the Comp-
troller be authorized to pay Mr. Parsons on the basis
of 6% of the bid price of the Max C. Fleischmann Agri-
culture building and the Sarah Hamilton Fleischmann
Home Economics building, and the entire matter be given
further study.

10. Building Program

The Regents asked the University Administration to study the
items requested under Capital Outlay for the next biennium,
and to list them in order of their importance and need to
the total University program. Mr. Poolman was delegated to
prepare the initial study.

The meeting adjourned at 3:00 P.M. until August 13, 1956, the
date set for action of the Board of Regents on the biennial
budget of the University.