08/29/1968

 

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
August 29-30, 1968








08-29-1968

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BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

August 29-30, 1968



The Board of Regents met on the above dates in the Travis Lounge,

Jot Travis Student Union, University of Nevada.



Members present: Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Chairman

Mr. Thomas G. Bell

Mr. Archie C. Grant

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr. (for a portion of the

meeting)

Mrs. Molly Knudtsen

Dr. Louis Lombardi

Mr. Paul Mc Dermott

Mr. R. J. Ronzone

Mr. Albert Seeliger

Dr. Juanita White



Members absent: Mr. Harold Jacobsen



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President N. Edd Miller (U. N.)

Vice President Donald H. Baepler (N. S. U.)

Mr. Edward L. Pine, Business Manager (U. N.)

Mr. Herman Westfall, Business Manager

(N. S. U.)

Mr. Edward Olsen, Director of Information

(U. N.)

Dr. Patrick Squires, D. R. I.

Mr. Peter Breen, Attorney General's Office



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Anderson at 2:15 P.M.



1. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting



Upon motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, the

minutes of the regular meeting of July 12-13, 1968, were

approved as distributed.



2. Acceptance of Gifts



Chancellor Humphrey reported the following gifts and grants

with his recommendation for acceptance by the Board:



University of Nevada



Library



American Chemical Society, Reno - copy of "12th Annual

Report on Research" of the American Chemical Society.



Mr. Kenneth L. Ball, San Francisco, California - 30 items,

valued at $65.



Dr. George Barnes, Reno - a copy of "A New Teaching Aid;

Flow Graphs".



Mr. Fred Batchelder, Yerington - copy of "Contributions

Toward a Flora of Nevada".



The Honorable Howard W. Cannon, Washington, D. C. - 30 books

and other materials.



Mr. and Mrs. Courtney J. Catron, Reno - $25 in memory of

Mr. Carl Ravazza.



Mrs. Gertrude M. Churchill, San Francisco, California - $15

in memory of Mrs. Ethel Balthosar.



Mr. Vernon C. Durkee, Sr., Reno - $10 in memory of Mr.

Blake Darling.



Dr. R. C. Fuson, Reno - copies of "Who's Who in America,

1968-69", "The Merck Index" and 28 journals and other

materials.



Mr. Harvey Gross, South Lake Tahoe - signatures of the

State officials who were in office during our Centennial

Year, for the Nevada and West Collection.



Mr. Clark J. Guild, Jr., Reno - $10 in memory of Mr. Gerald

Lyons, Jr.



Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey, Reno - 18 books and other

materials.



Mr. Ted E. Hartung, Palm Springs, California - $1 to book

fund.



Dr. Ralph Irwin, Reno - large number of psychological and

other journals.



Dr. Louis Lombardi, Reno - $10 in memory of Mrs. Kate

Lemaire.



Dr. Donald Marble, Reno - 18 volumes of "Modern Veterinary

Practice", its predecessor, "North American Veterinarian",

23 volumes of "Scoiety for Experimental Biology and

Medicine Proceedings".



Mr. Joseph Mc Donald, Reno - copy of minutes of the Joint

California-Nevada Interstate Compact Commission and miscel-

laneous papers of the Lake Tahoe Area Council.



Professor Lon Mc Girk, Reno - several journals.



Mr. Jim Metzger, Reno - copy of "Tetrahedron: Memorial

Volume to Henry Stephen".



Dr. J. E. Moose, Reno - 7 cartons of books for Chemistry

and other Science Department libraries, estimated value

of $150.



Mr. K. J. Mueller, Reno - $5 in memory of Dr. Alvin Kuhn.



Mr. William Pecha, Reno - 3 books.



Reno Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi, Reno - $30 for the

purchase of books.



Mr. and Mrs. O. Perry Riker, Reno - $5 in memory of Mr.

Lee Durham.



Mrs. Marilyn Rusk, Reno - large collection of books.



Mrs. Frank Sala, Reno - $25 in memory of Professor K.

Janulis.



Mrs. Vera Sale, Reno - $8.50 in memory of Mr. Alvin C.

Roberson.



Mr. and Mrs. Coe Swobe, Reno - $5 for the purchase of books

in memory of Mr. Lee Durham.



Mr. Emerson Wilson, Reno - a large collection of books.



Fred L. Fletcher Memorial Fund



Bell of Nevada Engineering Department, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Clogston, Reno - $5

Mr. R. P. Cromer, Reno - $15

Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Reno - $5

Evangelical Free Church Youth Group, Reno - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Griffin, Reno - $5

Miss Hilda Herz, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ligon, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Mordy, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Tracy, Reno - $20

Mr. and Mrs. John Uhalde, Reno - $5



Basque Studies Program Fund Drive



Mrs. Walter Argabrite, Ventura, California - $200

Mr. Robert F. Erburu, Los Angeles, California - $250

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mendiburu, Oildale, California - $250

Mrs. Howard A. Miller, San Marino, California - $200



Miscellaneous Gifts



Drs. Fred Anderson, Frank Russell and J. M. Edmiston, Reno -

$15 to the Medical School Feasibility Study.



ASARCO Foundation, New York City - $750 to the Mackay School

of Mines.



Friden, Incorporated, Reno - $2520 to be used as 1/2 the

purchase price of 2 Friden 1150 Printing Electronic Calcu-

lators and 2 Friden EC 130 Electronic Calculators for the

College of Business Administration.



Miss Nora Kawamura, Reno - art work by Toshiko Takaezu to

the Orvis School of Nursing.



Kennecott Copper Corporation, Mc Gill - $1000 to the Mackay

School of Mines Special Gifts account.



Mr. Otto Pecha, Jr., Berwyn, Illinois - $10 to the Parents

Association Fund Drive.



Mr. John B. Poppe, Sacramento, California - $20 to the Civil

Engineering Discretionary Fund.



The Scripps Foundation, Greenwich, Connecticut - $5000 to

the Journalism Department.



Dr. L. N. Turrentine, Pomona, California - $25 to the

Parents Association Fund Drive.



University of Oregon Development Fund, Eugene, Oregon -

$161.99 representing a second distribution of the Charles

C. Rikhoff Trust antiques.



Scholarships and Prizes Payments as follows:



Fleischmann Foundation, Reno - $22,500 as 4th and last

installment of Foundation's Agriculture and Home Economics

Scholarship Program.



Luke B. Hancock Foundation, Reno - $6000 to support the

Eagle Scout Scholarship Program for the 1968-69 school

year.



Mr. Paul Havas, Reno - $1000 to establish the Teddy "Bear"

Havas Motors Scholarship Fund to be distributed with $500

for a Political Science major and $500 for a Speech and

Drama major.



Kennecott Copper Corporation, New York City - $1000 to the

Kennecott Copper Corporation Scholarship.



Northern Nevada Society of Public Accounts, Reno - $100

to their scholarship fund as stipend for Mr. Harold

Swafford.



Parent-Teacher Association of Fallon, Fallon - $200 to their

scholarship fund as stipend for Miss Janet Uithoven.



Soroptimist Club of Fallon, Fallon - $500 stipend for Kay

and Kim Deputy ($250 for each student).



Soroptimist Club of Las Vegas, Las Vegas - $250 to their

scholarship fund as stipend for Miss Patti Stupar.



Suisman and Blumentahal, Inc., Hartford, Connecticut - $250

to their scholarship fund as stipend for Mr. George

Hardaway.



Grants as follows:



American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C. - $15,911 with

$7,310 for the period September 1, 1968 to Ausut 31, 1969

and $8,601 for the period September 1, 1969 to August 31,

1970 to cover cost of Dr. Garry Fickes' study "Carbonium

Ion Reactions of Spiro /2.a/alkan-4-yl and Bicyclo /a.2.0/

alkan-1-yl Derivatives".



Educational Projects Incorporated, Washington, D. C. -

$20,878 to Marlene Butorac for support of "Head Start

Supplemental Training Program".



Fleischman Foundation, Reno - $66,666 for 4th quarter of

fiscal year ending June 30, 1968 to DRI.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Arlington,

Virginia - $3268 to School of Nursing for Nursing Trainee-

ship Grant.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health

Service, Washington, D. C.



$114,188 to Jane Dawson for support of "A Cooperative

Plan Between Two Campuses to Increase Enrollment and

Improve Quality of Instruction in Nursing Program".



$753 to Dr. Frits Went for support of "Effects of

Pure Air Terpene Vapors on Organisms".



$15,054 to Dr. George T. Smith for support of "Medical

Library Resource Support".



$11,470 to Dr. George T. Smith for support of "The

Toxicity of Terpenes as Air Pollutants".



$5,237 to Beatrice Gardner for support of "Temporal

Integration in Behavior".



National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C. - $22,975

to Dr. Warren D'Azevedo for support of "Field Training

for Anthropologists".



Reno Cancer Center, Reno - $8200 to the Allie M. Lee Cancer

Research Center with $6000 toward salary of Dr. Dean C.

Fletcher, $1200 final payment of a total grant of $4800

for breakage, and $1000 to assist with salary of graduate

student in Dr. Fletcher's cancer research program.



Alumni Association Annual Giving Program - Unrestricted



* Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Reno - $100 to the Anatomy Depart-

ment under the direction of Dr. Licata

Mr. Lawrence C. Baker, Palo Alto, California - $75

* The Honorable and Mrs. Cameron M. Batjer, Carson City -

$150 to the Mabel Mc Vicar Batjer Scholarship Fund

Miss Emily C. Baxter, Schenectady, New York - $100

Mr. Thomas G. Bell, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bergen, Reno - $100

Mr. Angus Y. Bethune, La Salle, Illinois - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bortz, Arvada, Colorado - $10

Mrs. Louise Botsford, Elko - $5

Mr. P. Burfening, Jr., Bellevue, Washington - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Byington, Sparks - $40

Eunice A. Cagwin, San Francisco, California - $5

Rosa E. Campbell, Owyhee - $5

Mr. William Canessa, Bakersfield, California - $10

Mrs. John Capurro, Sparks - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Chiu-Shan Chen, La Jolla, California - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Christensen, Reno - $25

Mr. Glen H. Clark, Reno - $25

Mr. James J. Crawford, Carson City - $5

Mr. John L. Curley, Syracuse, New York - $12

Mr. John Darling, Durham, N. C. - $25

Dr. James Davis, Sparks - $10

Mr. Fred J. De Longchamps, Reno - $100

Colonel Theodore Demosthenes, San Francisco - $5

Mr. Gerald Di Napoli, Reno - $5

* Mr. Roy K. Dondero, Lakewood, California - $10 for

the restoration of Morrill Hall for Alumni Center

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Drennon, Loomis, California - $20

Mr. and Mrs. James Elston, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ezell, Reno - $5

Mr. William G. Flangas, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Folsom, Long Beach, California -

$5

Miss Marylynne Fry, San Francisco - $8

Dr. and Mrs. Morris Gallagher, Elko - $10

Mr. John R. Gent, Reno - $5

Mr. Virgil R. Gentner, Las Vegas - $20

Miss Betty J. Gibson, Sacramento, California - $25

Mr. Archie C. Grant, Las Vegas - $100 in memory of

Mrs. Zora Faye Grant

Mr. Norman S. Hall, Carson City - $5

Mrs. Ella L. Hanks, Fallon - $5

* Mrs. Curtis S. Harnar, Stewart - $100 History Department

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haseltine, Reno - $10

Mrs. Ruth Streeter Hatch, Burke, Virginia - $25

Mr. John W. Hawkins, Reno - $5

Mr. Robert E. Heaney, Reno - $10

Dr. Erich A. Helfert, Palo Alto, California - $10

* Mrs. Richard Herrick, Alhambra, California - $10 for

restoration of Morrill Hall

* Mr. Fred Hertlein, III, Honolulu, Hawaii - $20 to

Chemistry Department

Mrs. Charles Herty, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Procter R. Hug, Jr., Reno - $25

Mr. Charles A. Jack, Canoga Park, California - $5

Mr. Clarence K. Jones, Reno - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. Joy, Loomis, California - $25

Mrs. Barbara H. Kazebier, Reno - $25

Mr. William W. Kellison, Hawthorne - $10

Mr. Charles P. Keyser, Portland, Oregon - $100

Mr. Donald E. Kindel, Suisun, California - $10

* Mr. Harold E. Kling, Huntington Beach, California - $25

for Chemistry scholarship (matching gift from

American Chemical Corporation)

Mr. German F. Kortschak, Hixson, Tennessee - $5

Miss Mary D. Kunsch, Reno - $10

Mr. John R. Lar Rieu, Walnut Creek, California - $25

Miss Susan Lombardi, Reno - $5

* Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Luce, Las Vegas - $100 NSU

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marfisi, Elko - $25

Miss Anka Markovich, Long Beach, California - $5

Miss Mary A. Martin, Upland, California - $1

* Mr. Robert E. Mc Donough, Reno - $25 for Alumni Associ-

ation Activities

* Mr. Joe F. Melcher, Reno - $5 for the Alumni Associ-

ation Activities

Mr. and Mrs. James Metzger, Reno - $10

Mr. Richard G. Miles, Fort Hood, Texas - $5

Mrs. Lila Stoddard Miller, Jacksonville, Arkansas - $10

Motorola Foundation, Franklin Park, Illinois - $50

(matching gift, George A. Louis 11-2-67)

Miss Hazel C. Murray, Oakland, California - $10

Miss Luella Murray, Oakland, California - $10

Mr. Frank K. Nelson, West Babylon, New York - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Nummela, Metairie, Louisiana - $10

Philco-Ford Corporation - $10 (matching gift with Guy

Patterson)

Miss Toni Pimental, Reno - $10

Mrs. Merlin L. Puck, San Diego, California - $15

Miss Laura M. Rains, Reno - $2

Mr. John R. Reed, Sacramento, California - $5

Eleanor C. Rhodes, Yerington - $5

Mr. John F. Rhodes, Jr., Reno - $150

Mr. Comer A. Robertson, Visalia, California - $5

Mrs. Jessie B. Rogers, Reno - $10

Mr. Robert R. Rommel, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. Peter H. Royce, San Mateo, California - $15

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sawyer, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. Richard W. Schmidt, Atherton, California - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Scott, Dayton - $5

Mr. Donald I. Segerstrom, Sonora, California - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sharp, Reno - $20

Mr. Philip F. Shore, Rockville, Maryland - $10

Mr. Shelton H. Short, III, Chase City, Virginia - $10

Miss Selma Sielaff, Reno - $10

Mr. Robert J. Smeath, Reno - $25

Mr. H. W. Smith, Los Angeles - $15

Dr. Taylor Smith, San Rafael, California - $25

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Smith, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. Arthur E. Sommer, Reno - $10

Mr. John F. Stocke, Morenci, Arizona - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Taber, Walnut Creek, California

- $25

Mr. Edward Therleksen, USAF Academy, Colorado - $10

Mr. Malvin M. Tilley, La Canada, California - $5

Mr. Richard P. Townsend, Marysville, California - $2

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Viani, Sr., Hawthorne - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Viani, Jr., Hawthorne - $5

Mr. William and Mrs. Viani, Costa Mesa, California - $5

Mrs. Bobby Jo Walker, Longview, Texas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Ward, Bakersfield, California -

$25

Mr. Grant Weise, Reno - $10

Miss Sharon A. Wilkerson, San Francisco - $15

Mrs. Richard Willey, Sacramento, California - $25

Lt. Col. Samuel G. Wilson, Playa del Rey, California

- $25

Mr. Edward T. Wise, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Wishart, Reno - $7.50

Mr. Hans R. Wolfe, Madrid, Spain - $40

Mr. Henry Wolfson, New York City - $10

Mr. Layton Yee, Sunnyvale, California - $10



* Restricted as noted.



Nevada Southern University



Library



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Las Vegas - $28.25



Clark County Attorney's Wives, Las Vegas - $1000



Mrs. Calvin Cory, Las Vegas - $26.66 in mrmory of Mr. J.

Harold Brinley and Mrs. Ed Von Tobel, Sr.



Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cunningham, Las Vegas - $10 in memory

of Mr. Jess D. Goodman.



Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Deaner, Las Vegas - $10 in memory

of Mrs. Hauck.



Foley Brothers, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Mr. J. Harold

Brinley.



Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gifford, Las Vegas - $10 in memory

of Mr. Calvin Cory.



Mr. Archie C. Grant, Las Vegas - 45 volumes.



Mr. James I. Hubler, Hollywood, California - 300 volumes.



Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobsen, Carson City - $10 in memory

of Mrs. A. C. Grant.



Mr. and Mrs. William Minker, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of

Mr. James Fleming.



Mr. George Monahan, Las Vegas - $30 in memory of Mr. James

Stringer.



Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richardson, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of

Mr. F. A. Van Cleve.



Mr. Richard Ronzone, Las Vegas - $40 in memory of Mr. Jess

Goodman, Mr. Roy Roeth, Mr. Summer Stewart and Mr. J.

Harold Brinley.



Dr. and Mrs. Le Roy Wolever, Las Vegas - $20 in memory of

Mrs. Robert Belliveau.



Women's Auxiliary, Southern Nevada Chapter of the Nevada

Society of Professional Engineers, Las Vegas - $15 in

memory of Mr. Thomas De Bruyn.



Library - In Memory of Mr. Paul Hahn



Mr. Charles Bringle, Denver, Colorado - $5

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bringle, Denver, Colorado - $10

Mr. Clifford C. Cameron, Dallas, Texas - $5

Mrs. Elizabeth Craven, Denver, Colorado - $5

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Halstead, Las Vegas - $2

Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hasstedt, Denver, Colorado - $5

Juvenile Court Services Center, Las Vegas - $47.55

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Korrell, Jr., Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Burton Lamar, Denver, Colorado - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc Cormick, Littleton, Colorado -

$2.50

Mrs. A. G. Miller and Mrs. Cora Cook, Denver - $10

Nevada Girls' Training Center, Caliente - $40

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soper, Denver, Colorado - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Vandegrift, Simsbury, Connecticut -

$10

Dr. D. C. Werthman, Denver, Colorado - $5



Library - In Memory of Mr. Ted H. Brandt



Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Casey, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. James Cashman, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Siefert, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. William Laub, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richardson, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. Richard Ronzone, Las Vegas - $10

Southern Nevada Pharmaceutical Women's Auximilary, Las

Vegas - $20



Library - In Memory of Mr. A. E. Cahlan



Mr. Henry Abercrombie, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, Las Vegas - $25

Mrs. Leva Beckley, Las Vegas - $7.50

Mrs. Mary Jane Beggs, Ramona, California - $5

Mr. George Bremner, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. James Brennan, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. R. H. Browne, San Francisco - $5

Mr. and Mrs. John Cahlan, Las Vegas - $10

Conway, Moe and Hibbs, Las Vegas - $15

Mrs. Beth Cory, Las Vegas - $13.33

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davison, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doumani, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doumai,

Las Vegas - $15

Mr. and Mrs. James Down, Las Vegas - $10

Engel and Engel, Las Vegas - $10

Mrs. Ruth Ferron, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. Joseph Foley, Las Vegas - $10

Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, Las Vegas

- $25

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibson, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. Jack Hanson, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hazard, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Henderson, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. J. K. Houssels, Las Vegas - $100

Knight Templar, Las Vegas - $10

Mrs. Marjorie Kunkel, Las Vegas - $20

Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas - $100

Mr. and Mrs. Theo R. Lawson, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. and Mrs. George Lohse, Reno - $5

Dr. Louis Lombardi, Reno - $10

Messrs. Mc Dermott & Kerestesi, Cragin & Pike, Las

Vegas - $25

Mrs. Arthur Mathews, Menlo Park, California - $5

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore, Las Vegas - $7.50

Mr. and Mrs. William Ray, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richardson, Las Vegas - $7.50

Mr. Richard Ronzone, Las Vegas - $10

Mrs. Alice Sauer, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schuyler, Alexandria, Virginia - $50

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Schuyler, II, Los Alamos, New

Mexico - $10

Singleton, De Lanoy, Jemison & Reid, Las Vegas - $25

Dr. J. D. Smith, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith, Reno - $20

Mr. E. R. Vacchina, Las Vegas - $10

Dr. Newton Wachhorst, Atherton, California - $5

Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron, Las Vegas - $25

Mrs. Lotti Wengert, Las Vegas - $20

Mrs. Beth Willis, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. Murray Wollman, Las Vegas - $15

Mr. Geroge Wright, Elko - $10

Women's Guild, Church of Religious Science, Las Vegas -

$25

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Younker, Capt. Cook, Hawaii - $25



Performing Arts Center



Bank of Nevada, Las Vegas - $2500

Mr. Thomas G. Bell, Las Vegas - $500

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boyd, Henderson - $200

Dr. and Mrs. Harold Boyer, Las Vegas - $250

Mrs. Ted Brandt, Las Vegas - $250

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brown, Las Vegas - $200

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Campbell, Las Vegas - $2000

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casey, Las Vegas - $250

Dr. and Mrs. Emil Cava, Las Vegas - $200

Central Telephone Company, Las Vegas - $1000

Mr. M. B. Dalitz, Las Vegas - $3300

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fike, Las Vegas - $1000

Mr. and Mrs. Wing Fong, Las Vegas - $3250 (property

appraisal value)

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gedance, Las Vegas - $400

Dr. and Mrs. William Harris, Las Vegas - $250

Dr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Las Vegas - $200

Messrs. Herman and Irwin Kishner, Las Vegas - $2000

Mr. and Mrs. Louis La Porta, Henderson - $200

Mr. and Mrs. William Laub, Las Vegas - $1000

Marshall-Rousso, Inc., Las Vegas - $250

Dr. and Mrs. Harry Mc Kinnon, Jr., Las Vegas - $200

Mesquite Club, Las Vegas - $6000

Douglas Miller, Las Vegas - $200

Musicians Protective Union #369, Las Vegas - $2000

Dr. and Mrs. John Pretto, Las Vegas - $200

Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Raizin, Las Vegas - $200

Mr. and Mrs. Geroge Rudiak, Las Vegas - $200

Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Sedway, Las Vegas - $300

Mrs. Peter Simon, Jean - $1000

Dr. and Mrs. Z. M. Starzynski, Las Vegas - $500

Dr. Kenneth Turner, Las Vegas - $200

Dr. and Mrs. John Watkins, Las Vegas - $200

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas White, Boulder City - $500

Wiener, Goldwater and Galatz, Las Vegas - $250

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Willis, Las Vegas - $250

Dr. and Mrs. Le Roy Wolever, Las Vegas - $200

Dr. and Mrs. Clare Woodbury, Las Vegas - $500

Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Zeiger, Las Vegas - $250



Performing Arts Center - In Memory of Mrs. Robert Belliveau



Dr. Ralph E. Adams, Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital,

Las Vegas - $65

Dr. Stanley Ames, Las Vegas - $10

Dr. and Mrs. William Bentley, Las Vegas - $25

Dr. Gustave Eith, Las Vegas - $15

Dr. Hugh Follmer, Las Vegas - $100

Taylor, Knudson and Lum, Las Vegas - $30



Performing Arts Center - In Memory of Mr. Ted Brandt



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen, Las Vegas - $10

Desert Supply Company, Inc., Las Vegas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hammon, Tucson, Arizona - $10

Dr. Robert Robinson, Las Vegas - $20

Service League of Las Vegas, Las Vegas - $50

Young Electric Sign Company, (also in memory of Mr. Jess

Goodman), Las Vegas - $50



Football Gift Account



N. S. U. Football Foundation, Las Vegas - $11,481.83

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Schuyler, Alexandria, Virginia

- $50

Dr. Gawinn B. Gardner, Las Vegas - $300

Dr. Russell F. Miller, Las Vegas - $400

Dr. Albert G. Noorda, Las Vegas - $400

Dr. Dan Ripplinger, Las Vegas - $400



Miscellaneous Gifts and Grants as follows:



Mrs. Edwina Cole, Las Vegas - historical basket.



Mr. Mark Bonaobra, Las Vegas - rare Philippine Island table

added to permanent visual arts collection.



Mr. and Mrs. Wing Fong, Las Vegas - $90 for appraisal of

property given to Performing Arts Center.



Dr. Chester C. Lockwood, Las Vegas - $25 to the Music

Concert Series.



Nevada Resort Association, Las Vegas - $33,000 to the

Hotel Administration School for the fiscal year 1967-68.



Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Norton, Las Vegas - baseball trophies

in memory of Mr. Ralph L. Healy, father of Mrs. Norton.



Variety Club of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas - $2000 to the

Lewis Fussell Memorial Professorship.



Women's Auxiliary, Clark County Medical Society, Las Vegas

- $367.14 to the Nursing Program.



Scholarships and Prizes Payments as follows:



Clark County Extension Homemaker's Council, Las Vegas - $150



Jewish War Veterans, Las Vegas - $180



Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Jones, Las Vegas - $700



Las Vegas Assembly Number 9 and Oasis Assembly Number 13 of

the Rainbow Assembly, Las Vegas - $200



Nevada State Golf Association, Las Vegas - $2000



Soroptimist Club of Las Vegas - $250



Women's Auxiliary American Institute of Mining Engineers,

Los Angeles - $500



University of Science and Art, Denver, Colorado - $164.50



Dr. Squires noted that in addition to the above list, DRI

has received a research contract with the Bureau of Reclama-

tion with funding of $1.8 million during the next 3 1/2

years.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Grant, carried

without dissent that the gifts and grants be accepted

and the Secretary be requested to send notes of thanks

to the donors.



3. Report of Personnel Appointments



Chancellor Humphrey presented the following list of person-

nel appointments made during the previous month:



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA



ADMINISTRATION (CONTROLLER'S OFFICE)



Daniel Lee Pease, Deputy Controller, 8-5-68 to 6-30-69 -

annual rate $12,150 (new position)



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Renee L. Denison, Area Youth Extension Agent, 8-16-68 to

6-30-69 - annual rate $7080 (replacement for Lyle Mc Neal

on leave of absence)



Stanley G. Detering, Resource Economist in Agricultural

Economics and Agricultural Education, fiscal year 1968-69 -

$10,590 (new, temporary position)



Gary N. Drewien, Graduate Research Assistant in Renewable

Natural Resources, academic year 1968-69 - $2500



Ruth A. Dunn, Assistant Professor of Home Economics Educa-

tion, 9-1-68 to 6-30-69 - annual rate $10,980 (new position)



Miss Chung Hee Lee, Graduate Research Assistant in Biochem-

istry and Pest Control, fiscal year 1968-69 - $3750



Sally Anne Mensching, Extension Home Economist, fiscal year

1968-69 - $8250 (replacement for Patricia Blake)



Ronald L. Shane, Graduate Assistant in Agricultural Econom-

ics and Agricultural Education, academic year 1968-69 -

$3750



Clarence Sakamoto, Adjust Assistant Professor of Bio-

climatology in Plant, Soil and Water Science, academic year

1968-69.



Rhonda Shoolroy, Head Teacher, Pre-Kindergarten Laboratory

in Home Economics, 11-1-68 to 5-31-69 - annual rate $7080

(replacement for Donna Weaver)



Carl M. Winslow, Graduate Research Assistant in Agricultur-

al Economics and Agricultural Education, fiscal year 1968-69

- $3750



Cynthia M. Richardson, Graduate Assistant in Home Economics,

academic year 1968-69 - $2500



Thomas P. Ringkob, Assistant Professor of Animal Science

and Assistant Animal Scientist, academic year 1968-69 -

$11,370



Barbara Ross, Graduate Assistant in Home Economics, academic

year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Ann Marie Bush)



Terry D. Woodin, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biochemis-

try, academic year 1968-69 - (new position)



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Glenn L. Berge, Assistant Professor of Physics, academic

year 1968-69 - $10,775 (new position)



Judith Fauss Guitjens, Graduate Assistant in Foreign

Languages, academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (new position)



Frank I. Heckes, Instructor in Foreign Languages, academic

year 1968-69 - $7525 (replacement for Joseph Judicini)



Frank S. Lucash, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, academic

year 1968-69 - $8825 (replacement for Erling Skorpen) (con-

tingent upon completion of all requirements for Ph. D. by

Spetember 1, 1968; otherwise, title to be Lecturer)



Edward W. Martinez, Jr., Lecturer in Art, academic year

1968-69 - $8175 (new position Fall semester, replacement

for James Mc Cormick on leave Spring semester)



Robert James Morrison, Lecturer in Art, academic year 1968-

69 - $9150 (replacement for Edward Yates)



Myron Lee Newell, Lecturer in Health, P. E. and Recreation,

academic year 1968-69 - $9800 (replacement for Thorne L.

Tibbitts)



James Paul Swinney, Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama,

academic year 1968-69 - $11,100 (replacement for Jerry

Ashworth)



Roger Charles Wilbur, Lecturer in Speech and Drama, academic

year 1968-69 - $10,125 (new position)



Paul Allison Williams, Graduate Assistant in Physics, aca-

demic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Mark Wallace)



Yoo Hang Kim, Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, academic

year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Student Assistants

Mary Lawrence and Wayne Marchant)



Ada F. Natalino, Student Assistant in Biology, 1/4 time,

Fall semester 1968-69 - $525 (new position)



Ada F. Natalino, Student Assistant in Biology, 1/4 time,

Spring semester 1969 - $625 (new position)



Steven W. Pellegrini, Graduate Assistant in Biology, aca-

demic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Richard Randall)



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



John Steve Lemons, Graduate Assistant in Finance, 1/4 time,

academic year 1968-69 - $1250 (replacement for Charles

Gephard)



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Frank Hansen Forvilly, Graduate Assistant in School Admin-

istration, academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for

Howard Briles)



Marjorie Elizabeth Neff, Graduate Assistant in Special

Education, academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (new position)



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Ravi Batra, Seismological Graduate Assistant in Geology-

Geography, 8-1-68 to 6-30-69 - $3510 (new position)



Pierre F. Mousett-Jones, Associate Professor of Mining

Engineering, academic year 1968-69 - $12,075 (replacement

for Anthony Payne, transferred to Geology-Geography)



Robert L. Mc Donald, Graduate Research Assistant in Nevada

Bureau of Mines, academic year 1968-69 - $3190 (replace-

ment for William Tafuri)



George H. Olson, Graduate Assistant in Chemical and Metal-

lurgical Engineering, academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (posi-

tion unfilled in 1967-68)



UNIVERSITY SERVICES



Fred L. Perriera, Student Union Activities Coordinator-

Student Affairs, fiscal year 1968-69 - $8250 (new position)



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



ADMINISTRATION (PRESIDENT'S OFFICE)



Mark (Paul Marcus) Hughes, Director of Information and

Publications, 8-19-68 to 6-30-69 - annual rate $9810

(replacement for Frank Whitaker)



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS



Gregory Mace Gazda, Instructor in General Business, academic

year 1968-69 - $8825 (replacement for Elynor Mc Peak)



Jerome R. Guffey, Graduate Assistant in Economics, academic

year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for James Crossley)



Lewis G. Kurtz, Lecturer in Hotel Administration, academic

year 1968-69 - annual rate $10,125



Bernard Malamud, Assistant Professor of Economics, academic

year 1968-69 - $10,775 (replacement for Henry C. Claflin)



Terry R. Ridgway, Assistant Professor of Economics, academic

year 1968-69 - $10,775 (replacement for Robert Willard)



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Roger Joe Barnson, Assistant Football Coach and Assistant

Professor of Health, P. E. and Recreation, academic year

1968-69 - $8175 (new position) (contingent upon completion

of requirements for M. A. by August, 1968)



Zane Steuben Betterton, Sports and Information Director

and Lecturer in Health, P. E. and Recreation, 7-8-68 to

6-30-69 - annual rate $9030 (new position)



Douglas G. Carder, Graduate Assistant in Education,

academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (position unfilled 1967-68)



COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS



Raymond E. Obermayr, Lecturer in Art, academic year 1968-69

- $7200 (1 year replacement for Peter Myer on sabbatical

leave)



COLLEGE OF GENERAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES



Patricia Ann Calico, Assistant Professor of Nursing, aca-

demic year 1968-69 - $8500 (replacement for Margaret A.

Helberg)



Keith R. Mc Neil, Lecturer in Office Administration and

Director of Senior Citizen Resource Center, fiscal year

1968-69 - $11,760 (new position)



Daniel Jay Tone, Lecturer and Project TV Producer-Director

(Inter-Campus Nursing Project), 8-1-68 to 6-30-69 - annual

rate $9810



COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES



Richard W. Davis, Jr., Instructor in English, academic year

1968-69 - $6225 (replacement for Eugene W. Dawson) (contin-

gent upon completion of requirements for M. A. by September

1, 1968)



Hart Wegner, Lecturer in Comparative Literature, academic

year 1968-69 - $12,400 (position unfilled 1967-68)



COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Paul Aizley, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, academic

year 1968-69 - $10,450 (replacement for Linda Brown)



Charles W. Ivy, Graduate Assistant in Biology, academic

year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Ralph Clark)



COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



John Franklin Bailey, Jr., Lecturer in Social Services,

academic year 1968-69 - $10,125 (new position)



Harriett Levine Sheldon, Assistant Professor of Social

Services, academic year 1968-69 - $11,100 (new position)



STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES



Robert Lee Gardner, Bookstore Manager, fiscal year 1968-69

- $8460 (new position)



Gifford M. Proctor, Director of Student Union, fiscal year

1968-69 - $11,370 (new position)



Jack A. Mc Causlin, Dean of Student Affairs, 8-1-68 to

6-30-69 - annual rate $16,830 (new position)



Alta Louise Mc Intosh, Resident Manager, Tonopah Hall,

fiscal year 1968-69 - $4000 (replacement for Brian Wilson)



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM



CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE



Neil C. Vriese, Internal Auditor, 7-15-68 to 6-30-69 -

annual rate $11,760 (new position)



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Barbara B. Bates, Administrative Assistant for Personnel

and Accounting, fiscal yer 1968-69 - $7470 (change in status

from classified to professional)



Allen H. Brady, Associate Research Professor of Computing

Science, 8-1-68 to 6-30-69 - $13,282.50



Gilbert Cochran, Research Associate, fiscal year 1968-69

- $12,150



Donovan L. Moorehead, Associate Research Professor of

Computing Science, 1/2 time, fiscal year 1968-69 - $7440



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Dr. White, carried

without dissent that the above personnel appointments be

confirmed.



4. Administration of the Data Processing Center



Chancellor Humphrey reported that the Data Processing Center

Users Board, the UN Educational Planning Committee and

President Miller have requested the Data Processing Center

become administratively responsible to the President of

the University of Nevada. He noted that their positions

were set forth in correspondence forwarded with the agenda

and identified as Ref. I (filed with permanent minutes).

Chancellor Humphrey noted also that the recommendation had

been made originally by the Users Board in the Spring, but

a decision was made to table further discussion until the

basic issue of DRI administrative control was settled.



Chancellor Humphrey referred to a position paper from DRI,

filed in objection to the recommendation noted above. The

position paper was forwarded with the agenda, identified

as Ref. J (filed with permanent minues). An additional

reference was also enclosed with the agenda, Ref. K, which

contained comments by Kafoury, Armstrong, Bernard and

Bergstrom (filed with permanent minutes).



Mr. Humphrey noted that he had hoped to bring to the Board

a staff recommendation that was unanimous. He added that

several alternatives were discussed at the staff level but

were not considered acceptable to the parties concerned.

However, Mr. Humphrey said, he felt that a decision must

be made to either leave the Data Processing Center with DRI

or move it to the University of Nevada. He noted that an

agreement had been reached in a meeting with those concerned

that the presentation of the matter to the Board would be

made by the University of Nevada, followed by a presenta-

tion by DRI, with an opportunity for rebuttal by both.



President Miller stated that the problem was not a technical

question but administrative, concerning the proper location

of a function. He noted that the University of Nevada's

requirements of the Computer Center include administrative

applications, teaching and educational aspects, research

and public service. He also noted that DRI requires only

research application of the computer.



President Miller continued by saying that this recommenda-

tion comes forward only after a great amount of study by

the Data Processing Center Users Board, the Educational

Planning Committee and the accreditation team from the

Northwest Association. He also noted that Dr. Walter Orr

Roberts, a member of the DRI National Advisory Board and

a consultant to the Administrative Reorganization Committee,

had stated in a meeting with the Committee and the Board

of Regents that if DRI were to operate separately from the

University of Nevada, it was his opinion that the Computer

Center should not be a function of DRI.



President Miller then requested Dean Anderson to comment

further on the matter.



Dean Anderson distributed a document containing comments on

the DRI Position Paper (this document filed in permanent

minutes) and after covering pertinent points invited ques-

tions from the Board.



Mr. Hug entered the meeting at this point.



In response to an inquiry concerning the present status of

the IBM 1620, Mr. Humphrey noted that the budget planning

had originally anticipated that the 1620 could be phased

out in April, 1968, but that this had not been possible

and it was now anticipated that the 1620 would be used

through December, 1968.



Mr. Mc Dermott asked if NSU has expressed any interest in

sharing the Sigma 7 through the use of a remote terminal.



Dr. Baepler stated that NSU needs a small unit located

directly on its Campus but added that he did not believe

it was economically feasible for the System to have two

such machines of the capacity of the Sigma 7. He added

that the NSU computer which is available through contract

with the U. S. Public Health Service and AEC, is not

adequate, its location is inconvenient, and the hours

available to the University are not satisfactory.



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the hours of use of the

computer available to NSU have changed only with the agree-

ment of the NSU Administration.



Dr. Squires noted that the Sigma 7 has a life as a front

line computer of only about 7 years. He added that the

next computer would probably be placed on the NSU Campus,

rather than the UN Campus, but would continue to be operated

by DRI. He said that in the very near future DRI plans to

request funds from the National Science Foundation to put

necessary equipment in Las Vegas to provide NSU with a

remote terminal.



Mr. Grant stated that in his opinion NSU's position with

regard to the existing Computer Center needs further study.



Dr. Squires made the presentation on behalf of DRI, open-

ing his remarks by stating that DRI is young and adding

that it is also politically naive as evidenced by the fact

that the University of Nevada has within the past few months

stolen several of its important programs; specifically, the

Whittell Forest, Nevada Archaeological Survey, and is now

attempting to take the Center for Western North American

Studies along with the Computer Center.



Chancellor Humphrey requested Dr. Squires' statement be

corrected for the record, noting that Whittell Forest had

never been part of DRI, that the Nevada Archaeological

Survey had been offered to UN by DRI and that the initial

correspondence on CWNAS had also come from DRI.



Dr. Squires continued his presentation by stating that

there was a lack of staff discussion before this recommenda-

tion had come forward from the Chancellor to the Board. He

noted the amount of work done in the Center for UN for which

DRI had received no payment. He also referred to the lack

of funding which has hampered the growth of the Computer

Center and also to the troubles of the Business Office,

which he noted might or might not be due to the qualifica-

tions of that office's staff.



Dr. Anderson stated that the problem was not one of judging

the staff, but of where the Computer Center should be ad-

ministratively located and requested the discussion be

limited to that aspect.



Dr. Squires recommended the use of consultants and suggested

that one be chosen by the President of the University of

Nevada who is an expert in administrative Data Processing,

one by NSU who is an expert in educational uses of comput-

ing and the third to be chosen by DRI who is expert in

research uses. Dr. Squires further recommended that this

consultant group be instructed to prepare and submit a

report to the Board of Regents no later than January 1969.

He requested the Regents to call a halt to further dis-

cussion on this matter until such time as the consultants'

report has been received.



Mr. Grant asked what percentage of an 8-hour shift is used

by the Business Office. Dr. Squires replied that after the

Sigma 7 is fully operational, it should not exceed 10%.



Mr. Bell asked if it is the opinion of both DRI and the UN

that it is unwise to have two such computers (as the Sigma

7) within the State. He also asked if with the develop-

ment of the remote terminal capability could full use of

the Sigma 7 be made available to NSU. Dr. Magwire responded

affirmatively to both questions.



Mr. Bell asked when use of the remote terminal would be

feasible.



Dr. Magwire said they are capable of this now and stated

that probably the first remote terminal would be at NSU.



Chancellor Humphrey noted that NSU has not been interested

before in participating in the Computer System located in

Reno and, consequently, had not been included in these

discussions unti Dr. Baepler arrived.



Dr. Anderson referred to the letter from Mr. Bergstrom of

Kafoury, Armstrong, Bernard and Bergstrom and requested Mr.

Bergstrom to comment on the matter.



Mr. Bergstrom noted that his firm was requested to monitor

the administrative conversion to the Sigma 7. He said that

one of the questions that had arisen during this monitoring

procedure was the matter of administrative control. He

referred to his memo and noted that he wished to re-empha-

size the statement that when there are several users, the

authority to direct the Center ought to be placed in the

hands of the one who is responsible for the results of the

Users Group. Presently, he said, there is a division of

responsibility and authority and this division should not

be permitted to continue.



Dr. Anderson asked about the teaching aspect of the

Computer Center. Dean Anderson responded that this was

precisely the point of the User Board's recommendation;

the University of Nevada has the responsibility for teach-

ing, research and administrative applications, while DRI

has only research. He added that students are denied any

kind of reasonable access to a computer.



Dr. Squires remarked that the above statement assumes that

DRI has no concern other than research.



President Miller said he wished to re-emphasize that the

discussion involved only the administrative responsibility

for the Center. He added that if NSU, DRI and UN all be-

come equal users of the Center, then he would support

transfer of the administrative responsibility to the

Chancellor.



Dr. Squires referred to President Miller's reference to

remarks made earlier by Dr. Walter Orr Roberts with regard

to the Computer Center not being a proper function of DRI

and stated that Dr. Roberts' comments were made in reference

to an entirely different proposal concerning DRI independ-

ence.



Dr. Anderson requested the Chancellor's comments on the

matter.



Chancellor Humphrey said that in his opinion the matter

was ready for presentation to the Board of Regents. He

added that fruitful staff discussions had been exhausted.

The proposal had been presented, opposing arguments had

been heard. Part of the discussion had centered around

Vice Chancellor Mordy's proposal to bring in technical

consultants concerning the administration of the Center

and submit the matter to them for arbitration. Chancellor

Humphrey said that he had rejected such a proposal, add-

ing that if consultants were to be considered, they

should request a management consultant rather than a

technical consultant. He referred to the discussion con-

cerning the possible interest of NSU in sharing the Sigma

7, noting that such interest had only been expressed with-

in the last week. He recalled that President Moyer had

previously agreed that NSU should have its own Computer

Center.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the administration

of the present Computer Center be transferred from DRI to

the University of Nevada, effective September 1, and that

it be operated as an auxiliary enterprise, rendering serv-

ices to administrative, educational, research and public

service functions as required. He added that the point

had been well made that if an administrative change is

made, there should be a Users Board and that all users of

the Computer Center should be represented on that Board.

He asked that this be considered part of his recommenda-

tion.



Mr. Grant expressed concern over the matter and moved that

the decision concerning the administration of the Center

be delayed until the October meeting, particularly, he

said, in view of NSU's current interest in participating

in the Computer Center, so that there would be an oppor-

tunity to take another look at the computer needs of the

entire System. Mr. Mc Dermott seconded the motion.



Mr. Hug asked if it should develop that NSU would choose to

share the Sigma 7, would this proposal by the Chancellor

still work. Chancellor Humphrey said yes.



Mr. Seeliger suggested that under these circumstances; i.

e., that NSU elected to share time on the Sigma 7, the

Computer Center be placed under the supervision of the

Chancellor.



Mr. Humphrey noted that up to the present time, the

Chancellor's Office has not been considered as having

operating responsibilities.



Mr. Grant requested that he be allowed to amend his motion

to give consideration to the use of the computer, who will

administer the Center, and that attention be given to all

phases of the question before further discussion at the

October meeting. Mr. Mc Dermott accepted the amendment.



Dr. Baepler stated that he is fully convinced that joint

operation of a Computer Center is mot feasible but ques-

tioned whether a complete study could be done before the

October meeting. Mr. Humphrey stated that it must be done

before the Legislature meets and agreed that it would come

back to the Board in October if possible.



Mr. Grant's motion carried without dissent.



Mr. Bell stated that he would appreciate additional informa-

tion prior to the next meeting in answer to specific ques-

tions. It was agreed that he would forward any questions

to Chancellor Humphrey for his response.



Upon motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, and

unanimous vote, the following item was added to the agenda:



5. Proposal for Coeducational Residences at University of

Nevada



President Miller proposed converting Nye Hall to coeduca-

tional status because the University of Nevada now has

more women than can be accommodated and fewer men than

Nye Hall will house. He recommended that the first floor

of Nye Hall be converted, making a total of 30 rooms

available, to be occupied by two women students to each

room. President Miller stated that this proposal had

been reviewed and approved by the Student Affairs Office,

Dean of Men and Dean of Women, the Housing Office and by

appropriate staff in the office of Auxiliary Enterprises.



Chancellor Humphrey endorsed the recommendation, adding

that the coeducational aspect had worked reasonably well

at NSU.



Mr. Ronzone asked when work on a new dormitory would begin.

Mr. Humphrey noted that a University must be able to prove

that a new residence hall could be filled to 90% occupancy

when the application is filed in order to secure HUD fi-

nancing.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Grant, carried

without dissent that President Miller's recommendations

be approved.



6. Approval of Fund Transfers



A. Chancellor Humphrey noted that there is presently a

deficit of $391.85 in Account 1-51-4047, the account

established to provide for the installation of Uni-

versity of Nevada President Miller (then titled

Chancellor). He recommended that a transfer be made

from the Board of Regents Special Projects Fund

(1-51-4056) to cover this deficit and the account

be closed.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Ronzone,

carried without dissent that the above fund transfer

be approved as recommended.



B. National Defense and Nursing Student Loans Matching

Funds



Chancellor Humphrey noted that in order to qualify

for the National Defense Student Loans and Nursing

Program Loans, the University must furnish an amount

equal to 1/9 of the total provided by the Federal

government.



Nevada Southern University is requesting for the Fall

semester 1968-69, a Federal contribution of $48,000

for NDSL and $13,537 for Nursing Student Loans, re-

quiring a contribution by the University of a total

of $6,837.



The University of Nevada is requesting $55,158 for

NDSL and $3,668 for Nursing Student Loans, requiring

a contribution by the University of a total of $6,537.



Mr. Humphrey recommended that $6,837 be transferred

(5,900 from Alice Dimmitt, E. I., 1-51-7002, and $937

from A. E. Christensen, E. I., 1-51-7005), to provide

the University's matching 1/9 for the NSU Student

Loan Program and $6,537 be transferred from the David

Russell Loan Fund, 1-61-5001, to provide the Univer-

sity's matching 1/9 for the UN Student Loan Programs.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Seeliger,

carried without dissent that the above recommendation

be approved.



C. Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the follow-

ing fund transfers:



#36 $2500 from Vice President for Academic Affairs,

NSU, Operating, to Student Affairs, NSU, Operat-

ing, to provide funds for paying rent for offices

in the Student Union building.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott,

carried without dissent that the above fund transfer

be approved.



#40 $2235 from Contingency Reserve, University of

Nevada, to Department of English, to provide

for 1/2 of funds necessary for Sr. Clerk-Steno

position (other half to be funded from English

A Account 1-21-3011).



Motion by Mr. Ronzone, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, car-

ried without dissent that the above fund transfer be

approved as recommended.



#41 $2500 from Contingency Reserve, University of

Nevada, to the Department of History, to provide

partial funding necessary to employ replacement

to release Dr. Shepperson for assignment with

University Press.



Motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, car-

ried without dissent, that the above fund transfer be

approved as recommended.



7. Approval of Check Registers



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the check

registers as submitted by the Office of the Business

Manager, UN (filed with permanent minutes).



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

without dissent that the check registers be approved as

recommended.



8. Nevada Projects Laboratory, UN



President Miller presented a proposal from the College of

Engineering that a Nevada Products Laboratory be created

within the College to serve as an educational laboratory

for Engineering students. (Details of proposal filed with

permanent minutes.) It was noted that the budget required

is nominal and can be provided from the Mechanical Engi-

neering Department.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that the Laboratory be established as recom-

mended.



9. Institute of European Studies



President Miller presented a proposal that the University

of Nevada be authorized to seek affiliation with the

Institute of European Studies. Dr. Miller reivewed the

advantages of such an affiliation as set forth in his

memorandum of July 24 (filed with permanent minutes) and

requested approval. Chancellor Humphrey endorsed the pro-

posal and recommended its approval by the Board.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

without dissent that the UN be authorized to seek affilia-

tion with the Institute of European Studies as requested.



10. Maintenance or Remodeling Contracts



Chancellor Humphrey noted that it has been the practice

to refer all contracts for repairs or remodeling which

result from formal bidding procedure to the Board of

Regents, regardless of amount. However, he noted, the

Board has delegated approval of other purchases of less

than $5000. He reported that President Miller has en-

dorsed a recommendation by Mr. Pine that the Board of

Regents authorize the issuance of purchase orders for

repair and improvements jobs of less than $5000. Chan-

cellor Humphrey also endorsed the recommendation and sug-

gested the following procedure be adopted for both

Campuses:



The Business Manager may approve a purchase order for

any repair and improvement item of less than $5000

provided regular bidding or quotation procedures have

been followed. The Business Manager may, at his dis-

cretion, require a performance bond on such projects.

All repairs and improvements in excess of $5000 must

be performed by contract and approved by the Board of

Regents.



Motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the above procedure be approved as

recommended.



11. Plant and Property, UN



A. Mr. Pine reported that bids will be opened September 12

by the State Planning Board on the UN Physical Science

Complex, Phase I. He requested that the Administration

be authorized to contact Regents by telephone after the

bid opening for their concurrence if the facts justify

award of a contract.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott,

carried without dissent that the above recommendation

be approved.



Upon motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, the sup-

plemental agenda submitted by the Chancellor was approved for

inclusion:



B. Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened on August 26

for concrete lined ditches at the Newlands Field

Station in Fallon. One bid was received, from A & K

Earth Movers:



A Line $ 3,068

B Line 8,572

$11,640



Mr. Pine noted that the College of Agriculture has

recommended award be made to A & K Earth Movers with

the funds to come from Account 1-91-3018. He recom-

mended approval. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved and the contract awarded.



C. Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened on August 12

for electric lighting modifications at White Pine

Hall. Bids received were:



Day and Night Electric, Inc. $ 3,200

Nevada Standard Electric 3,295

Landa Electric Company 3,720



Mr. Pine recommended that the bid of Day & Night Elec-

tric, Inc. be accepted and the contract awarded in the

amount of $3200. He noted that money is available in

auxiliary enterprises funds.



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey concurred in

the recommendation.



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation

be approved and the contract drawn to accomplish the

work.



D. Mr. Pine recalled that the Board of Regents had, in

1962, approved the firm of Ferris, Erskine and Calef

to do the advance planning on the proposed College of

Education building. Subsequent to that time, a report

was prepared by Davis, Mc Connell and Ralston concern-

ing the Educational Specifications and Program Review

and Development for the College of Education. This

study also included general specifications.



Mr. Pine noted that also, subsequent to 1962, the firm

of Ferris, Erskine and Calef has been dissolved. He

recommended that the Board of Regents request the

State Planning Board to notify the firm of Ferris,

Erskine and Calef that they are released from the

advance planning and that a firm will be selected at

a subsequent meeting of the Regents, with the con-

currence of the State Planning Board.



Mr. Pine further reported that interviews to date

have been held with Selden and Stewart and with Ray

Hellmann and interviews are scheduled in September

wih William E. Blurock and with Ferris and Erskine.



Following Mr. Pine's presentation of the action to

date and his recommendation that the Board request

the State Planning Board to notify the firm of Ferris,

Erskine and Calef that they are released from the ad-

vance planning, Mr. Hug expressed concern over the

recommendation and read a letter from Mr. Ray Hellmann.



Dr. Miller pointed out that there has been a long period

of time since the initial selection in 1962 and the new

input resulting from the DMR report has changed the

concept considerably. He said that, in his opinion, it

is to the advantage of the University to ask a number

of architects to look at the planning and then make a

selection.



Mr. Humphrey recalled that in 1962 the frame of refer-

ence for selection of an architect was considerably

different. He added that much time has passed, new

information is available and if, after the proposed

interviews have been conducted, Ferris and Erskine

are still considered the best architects for the

project, then the staff would make such a recommenda-

tion.



Mr. Hug asked why the Regents were not consulted be-

fore the interviews with other firms were begun.



Mr. Pine said that the State Planning Board had the

agreement with the firm of Ferris, Erskine and Calef

and that they have been fully aware of the proceedings.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, car-

ried without dissent that this matter be delayed until

the October meeting and that discussions with archi-

tects other than Ferris and Erskine be abandoned until

after that time.



E. Valley Road Farm House - Mr. Pine reported that one of

the conditions of employment for the new Superintendent

of the Valley Road Farm is that the residence provided

for his use be repaired. He noted that the home was

built about 70 years ago and the estimated cost for

remodeling is in excess of $11,000.



As an alternative, Mr. Pine stated that the College of

Agriculture has requested authority to bid on houses

that will soon be offered for sale by the State Highway

Department. The houses under consideration are in the

Silverada subdivision in Reno, are 4 to 6 years old,

and will be moved from the route of the North-South

Freeway and Interstate 80 Interchange.



Mr. Pine estimated that the total investment would be

less than $11,000. The proposed location of the re-

placement home would be north of the Fish and Game

location, subject to Board of Regents approval at a

later date. He recommended that the requested author-

ity be granted to permit the University to bid on the

houses to be removed from the freeway route, adding

that funds are available from College of Agriculture

sources.



Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be ap-

proved.



F. Proposed Change in Location of National College of State

Trial Judges Law Library Building - Mr. Pine reported

that Dean Laurance Hyde has requested a change in the

location for the Law Library approved earlier by the

Board of Regents. The proposed new location was re-

flected on a map presented by Mr. Pine and identified

in a letter from Dean Hyde as follows:



North side of the area now designated as Clark

Field and south of the U. S. Bureau of Mines

building, bound on the east by Western Pacific

Railroad.



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey concurred in

the request.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, car-

ried without dissent that the proposed change in loca-

tion be approved.



G. Contract with Nevada Beef Cattle Association - Chancel-

lor Humphrey reported that Acting Dean Price has re-

quested approval of a contract between the University

and the Nevada Beef Cattle Association (a non-profit

Nevada Corporation) which will allow the Association

to use approximately 4 acres of land and certain ex-

isting corrals at the S Bar S Ranch for a 10-year

period. The Association will pay for all necessary

improvements and the Agricultural Experiment Station

and Cooperative Extension Service will cooperate with

the program.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger,

carried without dissent that the above recommendation

be approved.



H. A progress report on the UN projects and a status re-

port from the State Planning Board on University

capital improvement projects were distributed and are

filed in the permanent minutes.



12. Approval of Purchases in Excess of $5000, UN



A. Mr. Pine reported that the Orvis School of Nursing has

requested the purchase of the following items to be

used in its closed circuit television system. The

items are to be financed from the Federal grant for

this purpose. Bids were opened on July 30, 1968. All

of the items have been recommended by the consultants

and the staff of the Orvis School of Nursing.



(1) Oscilloscopes (3), one bid received:



Tektronix, Inc., Walnut Creek $ 5,493.93



Mr. Pine recommended approval. President Miller

and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mr. Bell, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott,

carried without dissent that the bid of Tektronix,

Inc. be accepted and a contract awarded in the

amount of $5493.93.



(2) Video Recorder-Reproducer, bids received as

follows:



Reeves Electronics, Inc. $ 7,840.00

Nevada Controls, Inc. 7,938.00

Stage Sound & Equipment 6,920.10



Mr. Pine noted that the equipment which is ac-

ceptable is a Kliegel 25 AQ. The bid of Stage

Sound & Equipment specifies a Sony EV-210 video

recorder that does not meet the mechanical re-

quirement. He recommended award to Reeves

Electronics, Inc., Palo Alto. President Miller

and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried

without dissent that the bid of Reeve Electronics,

Inc. be accepted and the contract awarded in the

amount of $7840.



(3) Television lighting, head assemblies, amplifier

systems, one complete bid received:



Ampex Corporation, Redwood

City, California $21,869.00



The second bidder, Nevada Controls, Inc., offered

prices on two items; however, Ampex was low on

individual items.



Mr. Pine recommended the bid of Ampex Corporation

be accepted. President Miller and Chancellor

Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Bell,

carried without dissent that the bid of Ampex

Corp. be accepted and the contract awarded in

the amount of $21,869.



B. Mr. Pine reported that the Laboratory of Atmospheric

Physics has requested the purchase of a Datagraph

Recording Oscillograph at an estimated cost of $18,000.

One bid was received:



Consolidated Electrodynamics

Los Altos, California $13,296.57



Mr. Pine recommended that the bid of Consolidated be

accepted, noting that the funds are available from DRI

sources. President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey

concurred.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, car-

ried without dissent that the bid of Consolidated be

accepted and the contract drawn in the amount of

$13,296.57.



C. Mr. Pine reported that the Laboratory of Atmospheric

Physics has also requested the purchase of an Airborne

Digital Magnetic Tape System. One bid was received:



Ampex, Corporation, Culver

City, California $23,605.00



Mr. Pine recommended that the bid of Ampex be accepted,

noting that funds are available from DRI sources. Pres-

ident Miller and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried

without dissent that the bid of Ampex be accepted

and the contract drawn in the amount of $23,605.



D. Mr. Pine reported that the Chemistry Department of the

College of Arts and Science, UN, has requested the

purchase of various items for the opening of the Fall

semester.



He recommended that the contract be awarded to Van

Waters & Rogers of Sacramento, California, in the

amount of $17,075.81, based on the following bids

received July 31, 1968:



Glassware



Van Waters & Rogers $ 5,255.93

Scientific Products 5,431.02

Central Scientific 5,700.00

Sargent-Welch 5,741.58

La Pine Scientific 5,920.08

Aloe Scientific 6,173.13

Scientific Glass 6,220.87

Sierra Chemical, Reno, 7,250.55

(5% Preference) 6,888.02



Laboratory Equipment



Van Waters & Rogers $ 5,151.80

Scientific Products 5,350.00

Sargent-Welch 6,021.54



Chemicals



Van Waters & Rogers $ 2,434.27

Sargent-Welch 3,026.14

Clico Lab 3,125.23



Plastic Ware



Schedule No. 2



Van Waters & Rogers $ 4,129.19

Scientific Products 4,191.88

Sargent-Welch (Incomplete) 2,844.44



Schedule No. 3



Van Waters & Rogers $ 335.66

Central Scientific 594.00



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey concurred in

the recommendation.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be ap-

proved and a contract issued to Van Waters & Rogers

in the amount of $17,075.81.



E. Mr. Pine reported that the College of Agriculture has

requested the purchase of 125 tons of Dairy Ration

Feed for the Ladino Dairy Farm. One bid was received

August 1, 1968:



Albers, Inc, 125 tons

@$64.10 $ 8,112.50



Mr. Pine recommended that the bid of Albers, Inc. be

accepted noting that the funds are available from the

operating budget of the University Farm. Chancellor

Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, car-

ried without dissent that the bid of Albers, Inc. be

accepted and the contract drawn in the amount of

$8112.50.



F. Mr. Pine reported that the following bids were opened

on August 27, 1968 for carryall earth moving equip-

ment to be used by the Agricultural Experiment Station:



Soil Mover Corporation,

Columbus, Nebraska $ 5,500.00

Graid Equipment, Reno 7,077.30

Joe Harper, Reno 7,352.00



Mr. Pine recommended that the bid of Soil Mover Corp.

be accepted, noting that the funds would come from

Account 1-91-3018. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, car-

ried without dissent that the contract be awarded to

Soil Mover Corp. in the amount of $5500.



The meeting of August 29, 1968, adjourned at 5:45 P.M.



The regular meeting of the Board of Regents reconvened at 9:10

A.M. on Friday, August 30, 1968, in the Travis Lounge of the

Jot Travis Student Union building, UN.



Members present: Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Chairman

Mr. Thomas G. Bell

Mr. Archie C. Grant

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr. (for a portion of the

meeting)

Mr. Harold Jacobsen (for a portion of the

meeting)

Mrs. Molly Knudtsen

Dr. Louis Lombardi

Mr. Paul Mc Dermott

Mr. R. J. Ronzone

Mr. Albert Seeliger

Dr. Juanita White



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President N. Edd Miller

Vice President Donald H. Baepler

Dr. Patrick Squires

Mr. Peter Breen

Mr. Edward L. Pine

Mr. Herman Westfall

Mr. Edward Olsen

Mr. Mark Dawson

Mr. K. Donald Jessup



13. Proposed New Special Program, NSU



Vice President Baepler presented a proposal on behalf of

the Department of Music, College of Fine Arts, for a

special program to be known as the Saturday Conservatory.

(Details of the proposal were distributed with the agenda,

identified as Ref. F and are filed with the permanent

minutes.)



Dr. Baepler recommended approval of the program. Chancel-

lor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the program be approved.



14. Report from Regents Ad Hoc Committee on NSU Zoning



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that the Board had approved

at its meeting in July the appointment of a Committee of

Regents to discuss planning with the Clark County Commis-

sioners. He requested Vice President Baepler and Regent

Mc Dermott to report on the progress.



Vice President Baepler recommended that the Board of

Regents recommend to the Clark County Commissioners that

a civic district be created surrounding the Nevada Southern

University Campus and that until such time as this district

could become operative the Commissioners follow the recom-

mendation of the Eisner report.



Mr. Mc Dermott stated that he strongly supported the sug-

gestion of a civic district and would request that the

Board present a formal resolution to the County Commis-

sioners making such a recommendation. However, he sug-

gested that such a formal resolution not be adopted until

after the Committee has had an opportunity to informally

discuss the proposal with the Commissioners.



Mr. Grant noted that this is the type of zoning which has

been established around Campuses in other states. Vice

President Baepler stated that hopefully creation of such

a district would stop spot zoning around the Campus.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Dr. White, carried

without dissent that the Committee request a meeting with

the County Commissioners to informally discuss the creation

of a civic district around the NSU Campus before a formal

resolution by the Board of Regents is adopted.



Mrs. Knudtsen entered the meeting.



15. Performing Arts Center, NSU



Chancellor Humphrey noted that 9 affirmative responses and

1 negative response were received to a memorandum sent to

all Regents on July 23. (Memorandum identified as Ref. H

and filed with permanent minutes.)



Vice President Baepler asked that further discussion of the

sale of pledges to the Performing Arts Center Project be

removed from the agenda, noting that there are continuing

budget problems and that the staff needs time to prepare

recommendations for proceeding with the Project. He noted

that the Attorney General has given a negative opinion on

the proposal to sell the pledges to the NSU Land Foundation.



By consensus the matter was postponed until a later meeting.



Upon motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, the following

item was added to the agenda:



16. Approval of Purchases in Excess of $5000, NSU



Dr. Baepler reported that bids were requested from 7 vendors

for bookshelves for the Library to match existing equip-

ment. W. R. Ames Company submitted the only bid for a

total of $7093.40. He recommended the bid be accepted and

a contract awarded to W. R. Ames Company.



Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Bell, carried without

dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



17. Special Appropriation for Summer Schools



Chancellor Humphrey reported that it had been the intention

of the Administration to request approval by the Board of

a proposal for supplemental State funding of the UN and NSU

Summer Schools. However, he said, sufficient staff work is

not complete and he requested the item be removed from the

agenda and resubmitted for the October meeting.



Approved by consensus.



18. Meeting of the Association of Governing Boards



Chancellor Humphrey referred to the special meeting of the

AGB in Denver on October 8-9 and suggested that if the

Board wishes to be represented at this meeting some deci-

sion should be made.



After discussion, it was agreed that two Regents be

authorized to attend the meeting.



19. Candidates for Degrees



Upon motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, and

unanimous vote, the following candidates for degrees were

approved:



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Bachelor of Arts



Anderson, Robert Weston

Bryan, Phil Easton, Jr.

Condron, Annette Christine

Greene, Andrea Susan

Helgerson, Joseph Wayne

Holladay, Patricia

Judge, Marian Stead

Lee, Thomas Willard

Looney, Laurette Sylvie Anne

Mikawa, Patricia Baldwin

Peer, Jose Mario

Rupp, Richard, Lynn

Simmons, Victor J., Jr.

Smart, Stanley Allen

Stapenhorst, Roger Alan

Thompson, Robin Marie

Tresner, Carol Diane

Watson, Ronald Lee

Webb, Janice Sue

Williams, Rodney Leroy

Zink, Karen Aline



Bachelor of Arts in Journalism



Macauley, Richard Kenneth



Bachelor of Science



Beesley, Norman Ernest

Gordenev, Eugene Mely

Mac Donald, Lynda June



Bachelor of Science in Chemistry



Brown, Stanley Elbert



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Bachelor of Arts



Thorson, Clifford Michael

Seifers, Joseph Randolph



Bachelor of Science In Business Administration



Beemer, John Robert

Gatewood, Robert Dennis

Hought, Duane Jay

Marston, Theodore Frank

Preston, William Frank

Rice, Bruce Arnold

Scalise, David Gerald



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Bachelor of Arts in Education



Lamplugh, Richard Joseph

Pyle, Sharon Marie

Wiggins, Alice Swainston



Bachelor of Science in Education



Bennett, Anna Mae

Brimmer, Kenneth Arthur

Burrell, Otis Vernon

Campbell, Rosa Elizabeth

Clark, Diana Ruth

Draper, Celia Jeanne

Elderd, Benjamin Franklin, Jr.

Ferguson, Harold Earl

Harris, Dorothy Ann

Hinz, Caroline Ann

* Johnston, Ruthena Gaye

Menke, Leon Doris

Misavage, Geraldine Mary

Moreland, Terry Lynn

Morgan, Carl Glen

Savage, Ann Elizabeth

Swihart, Gary Dean



Education Specialist Certificate



Poe, Harry Lee



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering



Moleff, Theodore

Thompson, Donald James



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Bachelor of Science in Geology



Essington, George Melvin

Kirchner, David Willoughby

Williams, Michael Saul



ORVIS SCHOOL OF NURSING



Bachelor of Science in Nursing



Capurro, Linda Ann Bark

Fernandez, Cheryl Gay

Haley, Catherine

Liggett, Linda Gayle

Smith, Connie Jean



* Graduated with Distinction



GRADUATE SCHOOL



Master of Arts



Baker, Mary Frances

Charley, Evans

Coleman, Franklyn Robey

Dawson, Alma Zivic

Haslett, Nevada June

Hendricks, Jon Albert

Parman, Michael James



Master of Busines Administration



Snelling, Walter Preston



Master of Education



Ayarbe, Joseph P.

Benesch, James Harold

Carnicelli, Concetta Signorelli

Collins, Ellen Boyd

Gillen, James Stanford

Herger, Charles George

Jones, Bobbie Conant

Keehn, Delorme Edward

Longson, Gary Le Roy

Lowery, Bruce Lee

Madden, Linda Fay Tansky

Maisano, Sammy Robert

Mc Dowell, Anita Joyce

Miller, William George

Moore, William Barrie

Mossman, Gary Lee

Munson, Berg Quayle

Nagel, Ronald Owen

Neidert, Stella Mae

Padar, Beverly Bony

Steinhauser, Paul Stephen

Telford, Robert, Jr.

Usnick, Edward Nichalos

William, Jerome Shaw

Wollan, Donald Neil

Wright, Patricia Smith



Master of Science



Anderson, Bernard Jeffrey

Beal, James Lawrence

Bennum, David Harry

Blatt, Bruce Alan

Burns, Peter John

Chin, Sean Bun

Cochran, Gilbert Francis

Galloway, Kathleen Hunter

Kellman, Mark Stephen

Looney, Carl Grant

Nelson, Marjean Christine

Nisbet, Laurena Ann

Reed, Donald Brewster

Reinhardt, Richard Lee

Smith, Rollin Powers, Jr.

Smith, Timothy Michael

Sutkoff, Joseph Dennis

Thigpen, Donald Ray

Van Auken, John Hugh



Doctor of Philosophy



Doherty, Edmund George

Gerson, Alan Robert

Hood, Ralph Wilbur, Jr.

Mifflin, Martin David

Morris, Richard Ward

Raney, Joseph Francis



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS



Lieb, Elliott E. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Redmon, Gary L. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Wilcox, Daniel Rex B. S. in Bus. Adm.



Crossley, James Robert M. B. A.

Hall, Melvin J. M. B. A.

Peck, William Gordon M. B. A.



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Belingheri, Dennis D. B. S. in Education

Casady, R. Marguerite B. S. in Education

Chandler, Allin Owen B. S. in Education

Cole, Jerry Douglas B. S. in Education

Harp, Linda Lee B. S. in Education

Holdren, Irene Elizabeth B. S. in Education

Langford, Elaine Perkins B. S. in Education

Mc Nutt, Patricia B. S. in Education

Riggs, Marjorie Jewel B. S. in Education

Runkle, Bernice Morris B. S. in Education

Van Aken, Suzanne B. S. in Education

Washburn, Barbara M. B. S. in Education



Allen, Helen Vera M. Ed.

Bowes, Alice Jeane M. Ed.

Connor, Gerald Louis M. Ed.

Dixon, Thomas Keith M. Ed.

Doran, Caroline M. Ed.

Findlay, Blanche M. Ed.

Fleming, Charles Austin M. Ed.

Harney, Timothy D. M. Ed.

Hayes, Janice M. M. Ed.

Lawlor, Asimo Sondra M. Ed.

Lochridge, Barbara L. M. Ed.

Magdall, Jean Thurston M. Ed.

Nyman, Raymond M. Ed.

Salchert, Robert W. M. Ed.



COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS



Biondi, Rebecca B. A.

Greene, Sidney B. A.

Shank, David G. B. A.

Spencer, Robert Paul B. A.



COLLEGE OF GENERAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES



Gerringer, Kim Stoddard A. A. in Nursing

King, Chaira A. A. in Nursing

Schroeder, Nancy Kay A. A. in Med. Rec.



COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES



Koot, Marcia Carrol B. A.

Ward, Joan Marie B. A.



COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Loveland, Heber J. B. S.

Ochoa, Ralph B. B. S.

Whipple, Harold W. B. A.



COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Abercrombie, Aeryn Dianne B. A.

Brooks, Roy C. B. A.

Cluff, Vikki Kay B. A.

Gregory, Stephen Douglas B. A.

Heskett, Bruce Curtis B. A.

Lazarus, Stephen Earl B. A.

Moore, Andrew B. B. A.

Schneidr, Lenore A. B. A.



20. Budget Request for 1969-71 Biennial



Mr. Humphrey reviewed in detail the biennial budget request

forwarded to the Board of Regents with the agenda, noting

the amount of lead time required for its preparation and

some of the problems encountered. He asked that special

attention be given the letter of transmittal as follows:



August 12, 1968



To: Board of Regents



The proposed BUDGET REQUEST FOR THE 1969-71 BIENNIUM

FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM is recommended

for your consideration and approval. This document

includes all areas which were formerly called "General

University Operation" and anticipates 6 separate ap-

propriations and 6 separate authorized expenditures

for each year of the biennium.



Work on this document began in January 1968 with the

distribution of forms and instructions. In mid-April

the 2 Presidents completed their review of Departmental

requests and Deans' recommendations and submitted their

requests to the Chancellor. The original schedule call-

ed for this document to be presented to the Board in

June; however, it became apparent that the previously

used method of subjective review of each Department

would not result in as defensible a budget as would

use of program budget techniques. As is explained

in the section "Program Budget Concepts", time was lost

as a consequence of the change to the use of quantita-

tive measurements.



This budget requests a total of $44,361,465 for the

1969-71 biennium; this is $12,941,501 or 41.2% more

than the $31,419,946 available for the current bien-

nium. The Fall semester of 1969 we expect an enroll-

ment of 10,660 headcount regular students or 9105 full-

time equivalent students at both Universities. Please

see the various sections following for detail. The FTE

enrollment is an increase of 1832 or 25.1% over Fall,

1967 (the first year of the current biennium).



Enrollment projections are basic to this method of

budgeting and significant errors in estimating the

total number of students, or the composition of the

enrollment, cause severe problems. As can be observed

in the section on enrollment projections, the projec-

tion for Nevada Southern University used in this budget,

as developed by K. Donald Jessup, Institutional Studies

Officer, is considerably lower than the projection used

by Davis, Mac Connell, Ralston, Inc. in their "Develop-

ment Plan 1968-78 Nevada Southern University" (December

1967) and less than former President Moyer's projection

prepared in the Spring of 1968. The projection used

is, however, quite similar to that of James B. Sharp,

Planning Director, Higher Education Advisory Committee,

in his document "Higher Education Enrollment to 1980".

Ideally, the estimate of enrollment should be revised

after Fall 1968 enrollment is known.



It would be highly desirable to have some method

whereby the State General Fund could be protected from

too liberal an enrollment projection and the University

could avoid being penalized for overly conservative

estimates. The basic technique employed by the State

Distributive School Fund would seem applicable; i. e.,

the total appropriation would vary according to the

actual audited enrollment. Preliminary discussions

concerning this possibility have been held with Gov-

ernor Paul Laxalt and Director of Administration

Howard E. Barrett. Additional work needs to be done

to develop the exact mechanics, but the basic concept

is recommended to you for approval with the under-

standing that a specific proposal will be developed

with appropriate State officials and returned to the

Board for consideration.



This budget request incorporates many policy changes,

including a change in the faculty salary schedule and

the student fee schedule. All changes deserve your

detailed consideration.



Two additional and very important points should be

made. The Chancellor's recommendations are by College

and no attempt has been made to distribute the recom-

mended resources to the Departmental level. This lack

of differentiation among Departments is feasible for

budget purposes only. By no means is it intended to

imply that the same resources are required to teach

a given number of students in all disciplines. Second-

ly, not all Colleges were treated alike based on ad-

justed student credits. There was adjustment by College

of student-faculty ratios based on data from other in-

stitutions. This data is, however, limited and we are

attempting to secure more information which will be

useable by the time work programs are developed for

1969-70. At that time, utilizing all information

available, the Presidents, in cooperation with their

Deans and Directors, should develop recommendations

for distribution of University resources among the

Colleges, and the Deans, in cooperation with Department

Chairmen, should develop recommendations for distribu-

tion of the College resources among the Departments.

The recommended work program would then be subject to

consideration, through channels, by the Board as in

the past.



Your attention is directed to the various explanatory

sections in this document.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ Neil D. Humphrey

Chancellor



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the basic approach used to

develop the budget had been agreed upon by the Chancellor's

Advisory Cabinet, consisting of the two Presidents, Vice

Chancellor Mordy, and the two Chairmen of the Faculty

Senates.



Chancellor Humphrey also spoke of the procedure used to pro-

ject faculty salaries and noted that basic to the recom-

mendation of the UN faculty is that an attempt be made to

achieve and maintain a B+ AAUP rating at the minimum salary

of each rank.



He also requested special attention to a change in the stu-

dent fee schedule which is incorporated into the budget

request; i. e., that effective Fall semester 1969 the

registration fee be increased to $130 per semester and out

of state tuition be increased to $400 per semester (plus

the registration fee, as at present) and the registration

fee for part-time students (those taking 6 credits or less)

be $16 per credit.



Mr. Hug entered the meeting.



Chancellor Humphrey noted the differences in some instances

between the Presidents' requests and the Chancellor's recom-

mendation. He requested presentation by President Miller

and Vice President Baepler.



President Miller stated that he supported the general

approach and method of budget planning. He said he be-

lieved it would provide a fair method of budget planning

for both Campuses. He referred to the problems with the

"first run".



President Miller continued by stating that 2 or 3 of the

major UN units have received recommendations for small

increases under the formula used, in fact, he said NTI

would actually take a cut. He also noted that the College

of Engineering would receive no new positions, nor would

the College of Education. He expressed concern that the

Whittell Forest and the Public Occasions Board would not

be adequately provided for.



Mrs. Knudtsen asked President Miller if he had any sug-

gestions as to how the formula could adopt itself to in-

corporating growth areas like NTI. President Miller sug-

gested using a different factor. Chancellor Humphrey point-

ed out that the "2" factor has already been used for tech-

nical programs and had been agreed to by the Advisory

Cabinet.



President Miller also noted the lack of adjustment for

professional schools. He suggested that no unit should

be allocated less money than it currently receives. He

also suggested that the Board consider a change in the

Public Occasions Board allocation.



Chancellor Humphrey pointed out that if a change is made

arbitrarily then the Board must also be prepared to make

changes in other areas.



President Miller agreed, but added that he would still

urge only that no major unit receive less money than

they are now receiving in the present biennium. He asked

that the Board give consideration to the President's recom-

mendation over the Chancellor's on special items, i. e.,

NTI, University Senate, Whittell Forest and Public Occa-

sions Board.



Vice President Baepler make his presentation by noting

that NSU could live with and make progress under this

budget. He added that it is the best budget NSU has re-

ceived. He did state that he believed that professional

schools should be exempted from the formula. He also

added that NSU cannot yet generate enough ASC in upper

division credits.



Dr. Baepler distributed a request for additional budget

and requested Dean W. Thomas White to speak regarding the

Hotel Administration program. Following Dr. White's re-

quest for additional money for the Hotel program, Dr.

Baepler referred to the difficulty NSU is having in im-

plementing programs already approved by the Board. He

then requested that Professor Roger Miller, Chairman of

the NSU Faculty Senate, be permitted to comment concern-

ing faculty salaries.



Professor Miller distributed statistics on faculty salaries

which indicated that Nevada was lagging far behind in the

field of salaries and fringe benefits and recommended that

the Board consider a 12% salary increase for faculty in

the first year of the next biennium, followed by a 9% in-

crease during the second year. He said that Nevada could

compete only if its Universities received this kind of

increase.



Chancellor Humphrey said that he did not believe the Board

would be faced with a decision between administrative of-

ficers in the future because the budget would be developed

using a basic formula which had been specifically agreed

upon. He added that he believed this is the best budget

the University could present to the Legislature and has

the most chance of a maximum allocation.



It was moved by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Hug, that

the budget be approved as presented.



Mrs. Knudtsen expressed concern over what she considered

inflexibility in the budget and suggested increasing the

Contingency Reserve in the budget request.



Mr. Hug stated that the budget should be approved as is,

pointing out that the Regents had considered and approved

the basic formula at an earlier meeting. He said that

he recognized that there are imperfections in the request

but believed they could be resolved in the work program.



Dr. Anderson said that he agreed that the budget had been

presented in an excellent manner. He suggested, however,

that the Contingency Reserve be increased by $100,000,

to be placed under the Chancellor's control and used as

the Regents determine to be appropriate.



Mr. Jacobsen said that in his opinion this budget was pre-

pared in a manner that could best be supported before the

Legislature and should be approved as submitted.



Mr. Bell stated that he did not think it holds true that

one increase should require a similar increase on the

other Campus. Chancellor Humphrey responded that the ratio

for academic programs should be similar on both Campuses

and if the ratio of adjusted student credits to faculty

were changed on one Campus it should be changed on both.



Mr. Mc Dermott said that he agreed with the necessity for

adhering to the formula but said he could not ignore the

needs pointed out by Dr. Baepler.



Mr. Hug asked if the NSU budget had been increased sub-

stantially to achieve parity. Chancellor Humphrey pointed

out that his recommended budget provided an increase of 34%

over the current biennium for UN and in increase of 74%

over the current biennium for NSU.



Mr. Jacobsen asked for a vote on his motion that the budget

be approved as submitted. Motion was approved by a roll

call vote of 6 to 5.



Mrs. Knudtsen moved that an additional request of $500,000

Contingency Reserve be added to the budget, to be divided

equally between UN and NSU. Motion seconded by Dr. White.



After further discussion, Mrs. Knudtsen withdrew her motion

and Dr. Lombardi moved, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, that the

action on the budget request be reconsidered. Motion car-

ried with Regent Hug opposing.



Mrs. Knudtsen then restated her motion that the budget re-

quest be amended to add a $500,000 Contingency Reserve.

Dr. White seconded the motion.



Mr. Hug stated that a Contingency Reserve in that amount

was not reasonable and that it could not be supported.

He expressed concern that if the Board needed that kind

of Contingency Fund, it was not doing its job of preparing

a proper budget. Mr. Mc Dermott agreed that such a request

was unreasonable.



Mrs. Knudtsen withdrew her motion. She then moved that

the NSU Contingency Reserve be increased by $40,000 per

year and the UN Contingency Reserve be increased by $15,000

per year. Mr. Hug seconded the motion. Motion carried with

Mr. Bell opposing.



Dr. Miller requested that the Board consider adding to the

UN Contingency Reserve sufficient funds to take care of

the 3 exceptions he had noted earlier.



Mr. Bell moved that the items discussed by Vice President

Baepler in the document distributed to the Board (filed in

permanent minutes) and by President Miller, excluding

those which interfere with the formula, be restored to

the budget request. Specifically, the NSU budget request

would be increased as follows:



1969-70 1970-71



President's Office $ 14,146 $ 12,109

Museum 32,609 31,865

Buildings & Grounds 200,784 221,974

Central Office Services 13,500 2,000

Total $261,039 $267,948



Total for Biennium $528,987



The UN budget request would be increased as follows:



1969-70 1970-71



Public Occasions Board $ 49,532 $ 49,612

Whittell Forest 39,015 31,805

Faculty Senate 4,453 4,583

Total $ 93,000 $ 86,000



Total for Biennium $179,987



Motion carried by roll call vote of 8 to 3.



Mr. Ronzone moved that the Board of Regents go on record

as unanimously favoring the amended budget request. Mr.

Mc Dermott seconded, motion carried unanimously.



21. Higher Education Advisory Committee



Chancellor Humphrey referred the summary of HEAC recom-

mendations which had been forwarded with the agenda (sum-

mary report on file in the Chancellor's Office) and re-

quested that the Chancellor's comments be approved and

used in the meeting with the HRAC, the State Planning

Board and the Legislative Commission on September 5.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the Chancellor's comments be ap-

proved and used to state the University's position at

the September 5 meeting.



Mr. Humphrey also recommended, and noted concurrence of the

Advisory Cabinet, that the Board of Regents go on record

as supporting approval of the Constitutional amendment

which will appear as Question No. 2 on the ballot at the

November general election. Approval of this amendment

will increase the State's bonded indebtedness limitation

from 1% to 3% of assessed valuation. Mr. Humphrey also

requested that the Board's endorsement be publicized and

supporting information be disseminated to the public in

an effort to seek voter support.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the above recommendations be approved.



22. Student Health Services, UN



President Miller spoke of a survey recently completed of

the Student Health Services at the University of Nevada

and distributed copies of the reports which he requested

be included on the October agenda for further discussion.



23. Award to Ernest Maupin



Mr. Ronzone reported that Ernest Maupin, ASUN President

for 1967-68, had been awarded the Thomas Arkell Clarke

Award. This award is given annually for scholarship,

leadership and all-around activitiy to one man in the

United States who is a member of the ATO fraternity.

This selection of Mr. Maupin by ATO to receive this award

marks him as the outstanding graduating Senior in 1968.



Mr. Ronzone moved, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, that the

Board's congratulations be transmitted to Mr. Maupin by

the Chairman. Motion carried unanimously.



The meeting adjourned at 3:55 P.M.

08-29-1968