August 1-2, 1927
08-01-1927 Volume OE - Pages 496-497 Reno, Nevada August 1, 1927 The Regents Committee meeting scheduled for July 30th at 9 o'clock was recessed until August 1 at 3:30, the 3 Reno members, Chairman Pratt, Judge Brown and Mr. Wingfield, being present. Vice President Adams and Comptroller Gorman were also present. List No. 7, State Claims Nos. 73 to 83 for the net sum of $20,641.33, and List No. 8, Regents Checks Nos. 7098 to 7107, for the net sum of $38,302.36 were, on motion of Judge Brown, approved by the following vote: Mr. Pratt Aye Judge Brown Aye Mr. Wingfield Aye The following Resolution was offered by Judge Brown and was seconded by Mr. Wingfield: WHEREAS, notice has been received from the State Treasurer of the State of Nevada that the government of the United States has deposited with him Fifty Thousand Dollars for the benefit of the University of Nevada, under the provi- sions of the Act of Congress entitled, "An Act to apply a portion of the proceeds of the public land to the more complete endowment and support of the Colleges for the benefit of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, established under the provisions of an Act of Congress approved July 2, 1862", and the supplementary Act of March 4, 1907, there- fore RESOLVED, by the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada that the State Treasurer of the State of Nevada be and he hereby is ordered and directed to pay the said sum of $50,000 and all other sums which may hereafter be paid by the Govern- ment of the United States to the State Treasurer for the benefit of the University of Nevada under the provisions of these Acts, to Charles H. Gorman, the Treasurer of the Uni- versity of Nevada. Vote: Mr. Pratt Aye Judge Brown Aye Mr. Wingfield Aye On the recommendation of Professor Frandsen, Vice President Adams recommended that Mr. Harold P. Hagge, B. A., Iowa, 1927, be elected Instructor of Biology at a salary of $1350 for the initial and probationary year beginning August 1, 1927, in place of Mr. James Cunningham, who resigned. Judge Brown moved the adoption of the Vice President's recommendation. Vote: Mr. Pratt Aye Judge Brown Aye Mr. Wingfield Aye On the recommendation of Dr. Sears, Vice President Adams recom- mended that Dr. Robert G. Turner, A. B., Lawrence College (Wis- consin); M. S. and Ph. D., University of Iowa, be elected In- structor in Chemistry for the initial and probationary year be- ginning August 1, 1927, in place of Dr. Roger W. Truesdail who resigned. Judge Brown moved the adoption of the Vice Presi- dent's recommendation. Vote: Mr. Pratt Aye Judge Brown Aye Mr. Wingfield Aye Adjourned. Walter E. Pratt Chairman Note: The 4 actions of the Board's Committee, as set forth above, were approved by Judge Talbot and Mr. Williams, each having added his "aye" to the ballot on these matters and returned to the Secretary the copy of the minutes sent to them, having filled in his vote on said copy, which has been filed by the Secretary. Special Note by CMB September 5, 1935 Maude Rothrock Williams is listed in the Normal Alumni Directory in the Class of 1927. Registrar Sissa has her card in with the cards of 1928 Class. The 1928 Commencement program carries this name, with the notation that her work was completed July 30, 1927, which would place her naturally with the Class of 1927, though she did not receive the 2-year Normal diploma until Commencement of 1928.