09/10/1966

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
September 10-11, 1966








09-10-1966

Pages 329-356

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

September 10, 1966



The Board of Regents met in the Travis Lounge of the Jot Travis

Student Union building, Reno Campus, on Saturday, September 10,

1966. Present were Regents Anderson, Davis, Grant, Hug, Magee,

Ronzone, and White; President Armstrong, Vice President Humphrey,

Chancellor Miller, Chancellor Moyer, Mr. Ed Pine and Mr. Dan

Walsh. Representatives of the Press were Mrs. La Plante, Miss

Rogero and Mr. Robbins.



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Anderson at 1:30 P.M.



1. Minutes of the Previous Meeting



Upon motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Davis, the minutes

of the previous meeting were approved with the following ad-

dition to page 313, Item (3) "...that the proposed reorgan-

ization of the University Faculty, including NSU faculty, as

outlined in the attached...".



2. Report of the Plant and Property Committee Meeting of

September 9, 1966



Mr. Hug reported on the meeting of the Plant and Property

Committee as follows:



The Plant and Property Committee met in the Travis Lounge of

the Student Union building on September 9, 1966 at 9:35 A.M.

with Regents Anderson, Davis, Grant, Hug, Magee, Ronzone and

White; President Armstrong, Chancellors Miller and Moyer,

Vice President Humphrey, Mr. Pine, Mr. Hancock, Mr. James B.

Mc Daniel, Architect for the Student Union building at NSU,

and Mr. Herb Stout, President of the Bank of Las Vegas

present.



(1) Zoning at NSU



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board that no objection be made to the proposed

zone change from R-1 to C-1 of property on Maryland

Parkway 500 feet south of the University south proper-

ty line and 540 feet north of Tropicana Avenue for the

construction of a one-story bank building, 48' by 100'

with the understanding that the zoning is conditional,

and that the Clark County Planning Commission be

notified that this use is considered compatible with

University use.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried without

dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee

be approved by the Board.



(2) Student Union, NSU



(A) Preliminary Plans



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Grant, car-

ried without dissenting vote that the Committee

recommend to the Board the approval of the pre-

liminary plans for the Student Union, NSU as

submitted by Architect James B. Mc Daniel and

which have been approved by the State Planning

Board subject to the approval of the Board of

Regents.



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

without dissenting vote that the recommendation of

the Committee be approved by the Board.



(B) Budget for NSU, Student Union



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Grant, car-

ried without dissenting vote that the Committee

recommend to the Board that:



1. Increase the budget to $1,700,000.

2. The Administration be authorized to raise the

maximum rate of interest which can be paid on

revenue certificates to 6%, and that we do

not attempt to sell these bonds until legis-

lative authorization is obtained.

3. Chancellor Moyer be authorized to contact the

student leaders at NSU to determine the feel-

ings of the students toward the payment of a

Student Union fee in the $25 to $30 per

semester range.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried

without dissenting vote that the recommendation of

the Committee be approved by the Board.



(3) Rezoning of Tupper-Shepard Property, NSU



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board that every effort be made to keep this

property zoned R-1 and that every effort be made

to obtain property in that area as outlined on

sketch presented by Chancellor Moyer.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Commit-

tee be approved by the Board and that the Administration

be requested to investigate the price at which the property

still owned in that area by Shepard and Tupper might be

obtained and, if the information that the property may be

subject to foreclosure in the near future is correct, what

is the possibility of obtaining that property at public

sale.



(4) Acquisition of Publicly Owned Lands



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to investigate the possibility of obtaining some

publicly owned land in area adjacent to Little Valley

from the National Forest Service.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Commit-

tee be approved to obtain land from the National Forest

Service, all possible effort be made to obtain land in

Southern Nevada from the Bureau of Land Management.



(5) Greenhouse, Valley Road Farm, Reno



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

without dissenting vote that erection of a greenhouse

structure (provided by U. S. D. A.) at the Valley Road

Farm at an estimated cost of $15,000, from Experiment

Station Sales, be approved.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Grant, carried by roll

call vote that the recommendation of the Committee be ap-

proved by the Board.



(6) Stadium Sound System, Reno Campus



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board the acceptance of the bid of Executone of

Sacramento, Inc. in the amount of $2971 for the stadi-

um sound system.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried by roll

call vote that the recommendation of the Committee be ap-

proved by the Board.



(7) Cornerstone Ceremonies



(A) Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Davis, car-

ried without dissenting vote that Cornerstone

Ceremony for Nye Hall be scheduled for 2 P.M.,

September 24 in order to accommodate the wish of

the Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons to com-

memorate the 100th anniversary of the first

Cornerstone Ceremony in Nevada, and that the

Grand Lodge be advised of the Board's acceptance

of this date.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried

without dissenting vote that the recommendation of

the Committee be approved by the Board.



(B) By consensus it was agreed that the date of

December 2 or 3 would be suggested to the Grand

Lodge for a single cornerstone ceremony for the

Radiological Health Complex and the Dormitory

and Dining Hall at NSU.



(8) Variance for Texaco Sign



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board that the Board of Adjustment be informed

that the University would not oppose the variance re-

quested by Texaco but that the Administration be

authorized to negotiate with Texaco concerning the

architectural treatment of the proposed service sta-

tion at the northwest corner of North Virginia and

Ninth Streets so that the appearance will be compat-

ible with the existing Campus.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried unani-

mously that the action of the Committee become the action

of the Board.



(9) Boulder Dam Area Council of Boy Scouts of America



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board that permission be granted to the

Boulder Dam Area Council of Boy Scouts of America

to hook up to the sewer line belonging to NSU with

the provision that the University will be granted

right of first refusal of the land adjacent to NSU

Campus which the Boy Scout Council now owns when and

if it is offered for sale.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried without

dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee

be approved by the Board.



(10) NSU Dormitory Occupancy



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board that the Administration be authorized to

proceed on the basis as outlined in Mr. Humphrey's

proposed draft letter and to take such further action

as may be necessary to implement this proposal.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Commit-

tee be approved by the Board.



(11) State Planning Board Meeting



Mr. Hancock invited the University to make its oral

presentation of 1967-69 Capitol Improvement Program

to the State Planning Board on Thursday, September 29,

1966 at 3:00 P.M.



No action by the Board.



(12) Capehart Housing at Stead Airforce Base



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board that the University's offer of June 10,

1966, made at the request of GSA, to manage the

Capehart Housing at Stead Airforce Base be withdrawn

due to the fact that school has already started and

the University would have difficulty in readjusting

its usage or occupancy plans.



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

dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee be

approved by the Board.



(13) Proposed Amendment to the Capital Improvements Program

1967-69



Motion by Mr. Grant that Schedule B (attached) be

approved as an amendment to the Capital Improvement

Program, 1967-69 died for lack of second.



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

unanimously that Schedule A be approved as revised to

reverse the positions of Items 4 and 5 on schedule.



Amendment Proposal A to page 17 of Capital Improvement

Program, 1967-69, University of Nevada



List 1: Auxiliary Enterprise Projects Financed by

Revenue Bonds and Serviced from Project

Income.



Priorities 1 through 4 were approved by the

1966 Special Session of the Legislature.

This leaves only priority number 5 which now

becomes:



1. Parking Garage, Reno



List 2: All others

Appropriation Fed Loan

or other



1. Heat Plant and

Lines, Reno 100%

2. Furnishings, Social

Sciences Bldg, Reno 100%

3. Physical Science

Complex, Reno 25% 75%

4. Drama Section, Fine

Arts, NSU 25% 75%

5. Chemistry Bldg, NSU 25% 75%

6. Land Acquisition,

NSU 100%

7. Humanities Bldg, NSU 25% 75%

8. Physical Plant Bldg

& Corp Yard, NSU 100%

9. Site Development, Utility

Extension for Chemistry &

Drama Bldgs, NSU 100%

10. Underground Electrical

System, Reno 100%

11. Administration Bldg

(Off-Campus, Reno) 25% 75%

13-34 same as 14-35 existing list.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried with-

out dissenting vote that Schedule A of the proposed amend-

ment to the Capital Improvements Program be adopted, as

revised.



3. Dedication of Orvis School of Nursing



President Armstrong reported that the formal dedication

ceremony for the Orvis School of Nursing has been set for

October 29, 1966 at 4:00 P.M.



4. Land Acquisition, Nevada Southern University



Motion by Mr. Ronzone, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the map prepared by Dr. Moyer show-

ing land which would be advantageous for the University to

acquire, be expanded to include the land between the Nevada

Southern University southern boundary to Tropicana Boulevard

and the Clark County Planning Commission be advised of the

University's interest in ultimately acquiring the land as

indicated on the map.



5. Report of the Administrative and Personnel Committee Meeting

of September 10, 1966



Mrs. Magee reported on the meeting as follows:



The Administrative and Personnel Committee met at 9:40 A.M.

on the above date in the Travis Lounge of the Student Union

building, Reno Campus. Present were Regents Anderson, Hug,

Grant, Magee, Ronzone and White; President Armstrong, Vice

President Humphrey and Chancellors Miller and Moyer. Dean

Bohmont and Dr. Nickels were each present for a portion of

the meeting.



1. Director at Large, Western Regional Association of

Experiment Station Directors



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

out dissenting vote that the Committee recommend to the

Board that (1) the University be a party to employment

of a regional Director at Large as part of its affilia-

tion responsibilities with the Western Association of

Experiment Station Directors and (2) that the Uni-

versity of Nevada offer space for this regional posi-

tion to be located on the Reno Campus. The maximum

cost to the University of Nevada for its share of the

cost of such a position would be $2460 for fiscal

1966-67.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. White, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Commit-

tee be approved by the Board.



2. Change from Certificate Program to Associate Degree

Program



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

out dissenting vote that the Committee recommend to the

Board that the Two-Year Certificate Programs in the

College of Agriculture be changed to Associate Degree

programs, effective immediately.



Motion by Mr. Magee, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried without

dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee be

approved by the Board.



3. Citizens' Advisory Committee, College of Agriculture



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

out dissenting vote that the Committee recommend to the

Board that the following reappointments and the new ap-

pointments be made to the College of Agriculture Citi-

zens' Advisory Committee for the period 1966-69:



Reappointments: Cyril Bastian, Fred Settlemeyer and

Richard Cameron.

New Appointments: Keith Whipple, Robert N. Rebholtz.



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

without dissenting vote that the recommendation of the

Committee be approved by the Board.



4. Salary Adjustment for Dr. John W. Malone, Jr.



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

out dissenting vote that the salary for Dr. Malone be

adjusted to $12,895 annually, effective August 10, 1966

to compensate for his added responsibilities as Chair-

man of the Division of Agricultural Economics and Agri-

cultural Education, the position vacant by the termi-

nation of Dr. Jean Wyckoff.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee

be approved by the Board.



5. Registration Fee, Correspondence Courses



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

out dissenting vote that an increase in fees from $15

to $18 per credit for correspondence courses be effec-

tive January 1, 1967 (the day to permit an advance

announcement of increase to correspondence students)

and for United States Armed Forces Institute students

effective July 1, 1967 (at the end of the present con-

tract which requires the University to provide courses

at the $15 per credit fee).



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

without dissenting vote that the recommendation of the

Committee be approved by the Board.



6. Suicide Prevention and Crisis Control Center



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

out dissent that the Committee recommend that the pro-

posal from the Center be referred to Chancellor Miller

and Dr. Anderson for further study on (1) should the

University support the Northern Nevada Mental Health's

application to Fleischmann Foundation; and (2) will

the University of Nevada be able to assume support of

the Center as of 1969, with a request for recommenda-

tion to be made to the Committee at a later date.



By consensus, the action of the Committee was approved by

the Board.



7. Administration of the 1967 Summer Session



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

out dissent that the Committee recommend to the Board

that the administration of the 1967 Summer Session on

the Reno Campus be shifted from General University

Extension to the Office of the Chancellor, with the

appointment of Professor Richard T. Dankworth to the

position of Director of the Summer Session, effective

September, 1966.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried without

dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee be

approved by the Board.



8. Change in Administration of Associate Degree Programs,

Reno



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

out dissent that all Associate Degree Programs offered

on the Reno Campus be administratively part of the

Chancellor's Office. Programs offered outside Reno

(and also outside Nevada Southern Campus area) would

continue to be administered by General University

Extension.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried with-

out dissent that the action of the Committee be approved by

the Board.



9. Reorganization of General University Extension



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

out dissent that the Committee recommend to the Board

that the Administration be encouraged to continue the

study of the reorganization of General University

Extension.



By consensus, the action of the Committee was approved by

the Board.



10. Appointment of Acting Associate Director, Nevada Bureau

of Mines



Motion of Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried with-

out dissent that the Committee recommend to the Board

the appointment of Mr. John H. Schilling as Acting

Associate Director of the Nevada Bureau of Mines and

Nevada Mining Analytical Laboratory, effective Septem-

ber 1, 1966, and that he serve in that capacity until

such time as an Associate Director is appointed to the

position.



Motion of Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Grant, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the action of the Committee be

approved by the Board.



11. Leave without Pay for Dr. F. M. Winterberg



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

out dissenting vote that the request for leave of

absence without pay for Dr. F. M. Winterberg, for the

period of August 22 through September 15, 1966, to

continue his studies at the University of Stuttgart,

be granted.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee

be approved by the Board.



12. Leave without Pay for Robert Laxalt



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

out dissent that the request for leave of absence with-

out pay for Robert Laxalt, for the month of October,

1966, be granted. It was noted that Mr. Laxalt has

requested this leave without pay so that he may devote

full time to the political campaign of Paul Laxalt

for the office of Governor of Nevada.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee

be approved by the Board.



13. Sick Leave with Pay for Dr. Harold Kirkpatrick



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

out dissent that the request for sick leave with pay

for Dr. Kirkpatrick for the period September 2 to

October 15, 1966, and if necessary on account of slow-

er recovery than at present anticipated until November

15, 1966, be granted.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. White, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee

be approved by the Board.



14. Resolution for Professor Keiste Janulis



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

out dissent that the following resolution in memory of

Professor Keiste Janulis be adopted and a copy made

available to the family of Professor Janulis:



RESOLUTION



WHEREAS, PROFESSOR KEISTE JANULIS served with distinc-

tion on the University of Nevada Journalism faculty

for 20 years, from 1946 to 1966, during which he at-

tained the rank of full Professor;



WHEREAS, he was an excellent teacher with high stand-

ards and a firm academic background which included a

bachelor's degree from Lehigh University; a master's

degree in Journalism from Columbia University; graduate

study of German and Soviet Propanganda techniques at

the University of Lithuania; and one additional full

year of graduate course work, mostly in Psychology and

Sociology, at the University of Nevada;



WHEREAS, his experience as news editor of the Baltic

Times in Estonia; as foreign correspondent for the

Chicago Tribune's North-Eastern European Bureau in

World War II; as a member of the Army's Psychological

Warfare Division in Europe; and as an editor and

analyst for the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service

in Washington gave him the broad professional back-

ground expected of a successful Journalism teacher;



WHEREAS, he stimulated students with his far ranging

mind, his curiosity about the world and the news events

which shape it, and the great variety of subjects which

he read avidly;



WHEREAS, he was an able counselor of students who en-

couraged them to be impatient with mediocrity and to

strive for professional skill and quality;



WHEREAS, he was a loyal member of notable organizations

in his field, such as Sigma Delta Chi, the National

Professional Journalism Society; Kappa Tau Alpha Fra-

ternity for Scholarship in Journalism; and the Associ-

ation for Education in Journalism;



WHEREAS, he was highly respected by his colleagues and

by his former students, many of whom hold important

positions on newspapers, press associations, and broad-

cast media in this country and abroad;



NOW, BE IT RESOLVED, that in recognition of the deep

appreciation and significant contributions to Journal-

ism education by Professor Janulis until his death on

August 11, 1966, at the age of 49, the Board of Regents

of the University of Nevada do hereby issue this state-

ment of appreciation.



Given at Reno this 10th day of September, 1966.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried without

dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee

be approved by the Board.



15. Joint Radio Astronomy Project



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

out dissent that the Committee recommend to the Board

the approval in principle of the proposal that the

University of Nevada join with California Institute

of Technology, Stanford University and the University

of California in a large-scale radio astronomy project.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. White, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Commit-

tee be approved by the Board.



16. Expenditure of 1966-67 Student Fees for Program

Operation for Nevada Technical Institute



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

out dissent that the Committee recommend to the Board

approval of the request to expend current 1966-67

student fees as follows:



$1,150 for a half-time Graduate Assistant to conduct

Physical Education classes for Technical students at

the Stead facility;



$1,050 for two part-time English 14 instructors to re-

lieve the teaching load of one Graduate Assistant

(approximately 90 students are scheduled for enrollment

in this class for the Fall semester).



$750 for the operating account to be used for telephone

service, X-Ray supplies, and miscellaneous expenses

incurred by the reduction of Federal Subvention funds

by the State Department of Education.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried with-

out dissenting vote that the recommendation of the Committee

be approved by the Board.



6. X-Ray Certificate Program, NSU



Chancellor Moyer informed the Board of the recent withdrawal

of support by the Rose De Lima Hospital in the X-Ray Tech-

nology Certificate Program at Nevada Southern and requested

permission of the Board to maintain for the balance of the

year the fee of $75 for the class. It was noted that his in

effect provides a waiver of $90 to each of the 15 students

affected by this withdrawal of the cooperative program with

this hospital.



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried without

dissenting vote that the present fee of $75 for the class be

maintained through the balance of the academic year.



7. Report of the Development Committee Meeting of September 9,

1966



Mr. Ronzone reported on the meeting of the Development

Committee, held on the evening of September 9 at the Presi-

dent's home, at which time material relating to the Develop-

ment Foundation was presented by Regents Anderson and Hug

and indicated that this material is being held for further

study by the Committee.



8. Report of the Research Committee Meeting of September 9,

1966



Dr. Anderson reported on the meeting of the Research Commit-

tee held on the above date and reviewed briefly the discus-

sion by Vice President Mordy, Dean James Anderson and Dr.

Craig Magwire of the need for planning for computer facili-

ties on the two Campuses.



9. Personnel Appointments were presented by President Armstrong

as follows:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Claudia J. Duffy as Assistant Professor of Home Economics,

1/4 time, for the academic year 1966-67 - $1,795.



Richard Heter Griffin as Adjunct Instructor in Agricultural

Aviation in the Department of Plant, Soil & Water Science

for the academic year 1966-67.



Robert A. Madsen as Extension Area Agronomist for Clark

County for the period August 22, 1966 to June 30, 1967 at

the annual rate of $8,262 (replacement for Irving Hackett).



B. Brooks Taylor as Assistant Extension Agronomist in Plant,

Soil and Water Science for the period January 1 to June 30,

1967 at the annual salary rate of $9,688 (replacement for

Otto Schultz).



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Peter Allan Berney as Graduate Assistant in Mathematics for

the academic year 1966-67 - $2,300.



Bruce Alan Blatt as Graduate Assistant in Biology for the

academic year 1966-67 - $2,300 (new position).



Coke Reed Brown as Graduate Assistant in Psychology for the

academic year 1966-67 - $2,300 (replacement for Richard

Newton).



Robert Nicholas Calderone as Graduate Assistant in Psychol-

ogy for the Fall semester 1966-67 - $1,150 (temporary

partial replacement for Gerald Ginsburg).



John L. Eberhardt as Instructor in Political Science and

Bureau of Governmental Research for the academic year 1966-

67 - $7,776 (replacement for Hyrum Plaas).



Allan Robert Gerson as Graduate Assistant Professor of

Health, Physical Education and Recreation for the aca-

demic year 1966-67 - $8,370 (replacement for Winnefred

Wyckoff).



Richard Inglis III as Assistant Professor of Psychology for

the academic year 1966-67 - $9,261 (new position 1/2 time

Psychological Service Center).



William Bardwell Jacky as Graduate Assistant in Mathematics

for the academic year 1966-67 - $2,300 (new position).



Charles Lewis Klein as Graduate Research Assistant in the

Psychological Service Center for the academic year 1966-67 -

$2,300 (new position).



Lois Katternhorn Kurtz as Graduate Assistant in Physics for

the academic year 1966-67 - $2,500 (replacement for Rimas

Vis Girda).



Robert Edward Lieb as Graduate Assistant in Psychology for

the Fall semester 1966-67 - $1,150 (temporary partial

replacement for Gerald Ginsburg).



Michael Lynn Masterson as Graduate Assistant in Psychology

for the academic year 1966-67 - $2,300 (replacement for

Don Schweitzer).



Anatole G. Mazour as Distinguished Retired Professor of

History 1/2 time for the academic year 1966-67 - $7,000

(special authorized position).



Sheila Claire Mc Clure as Lecturer in Art for the academic

year 1966-67 - $7,479 (new position).



Elizabeth Ann Miller as Graduate Assistant in Psychology for

the academic year 1966-67 - $2,300 (replacement for Joseph

Raney).



Paul Alan Page as Lecturer in Speech and Drama for the aca-

demic year 1966-67 - $7,776 (replacement for Larry Hines).



Mary Ellen Phelps as Lecturer (part-time) in English for the

academic year 1966-67 - $2,300 (partial replacement for

Robert M. Gorrell).



David Arnold Seagraves as Graduate Assistant in Mathematics

for the academic year 1966-67 - $2,300 (new position).



Edward Rainey Slingland, Jr. as Lecturer (7/12ths time) in

Journalism for the Fall semester 1966-67 - $2,300 (new

position).



Harold Truman Smith as Graduate Assistant in History for the

academic year 1966-67 - $2,500 (new position).



Thorne L. Tibbitts as Lecturer in Health, P. E. and Recrea-

tion for the academic year 1966-67 - $8,667 (replacement for

Lee Newell).



Ann S. Warren as Graduate Assistant in History for the

academic year 1966-67 - $2,300 (new position).



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



John K. Cheever as Instructor in Accounting (part-time) for

the academic year 1966-67 - $2,500 (temporary position).



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



David Bruce Dill as Research Professor of Biology (1/2 time)

for the fiscal year 1966-67 - $6,091.



James Hirabayashi as Research Associate for Fall semester

1966-67 - $5,967 (temporary replacement for Warren

d'Azevedo).



Stanley Paher as Graduate Research Assistant for the period

August 1, 1966 to May 31, 1967 - $2,300.



John Van Alstyne Sharp as Associate Professor of Geology-

Geography and Research Associate for the academic year

1966-67 - $13,974.



Floyd Sharrock as Research Associate for the Spring semester

1967 - $4,630.50 (temporary replacement for Warren

d'Azevedo).



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Henry B. Hammer as Assistant Professor of Secondary Educa-

tion for the academic year 1966-67 - $8,946 (temporary

replacement for Paul Ward).



Ivan Edward Lee as Lecturer in Secondary Education for the

academic year 1966-67 - $11,113 (new position).



Rosella Linske as Professor of Elementary Education for the

academic year 1966-67 - $11,700 (replacement for Stinson

Worley).



Robert C. Moncrieff as Graduate Assistant in Education for

Teaching and Resource Center for the period September 1,

1966 to June 30, 1967 at the annual salary rate of $7,549

(new position).



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



John A. Kleppe as Graduate Teaching Assistant in Electrical

Engineering for the academic year 1966-67 - $2,500 (new

position).



GENERAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION



Dale Johnson Mills as Drafting Instructor in the Nevada

Technical Institute for the academic year 1966-67 - $6,885.



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



James Gilluly as Adjunct Professor of Geology-Geography for

the academic year 1966-67.



Christopher E. Shaffer as Graduate Laboratory Assistant in

Nevada Mining Analytical Laboratory for the period August 1,

1966 to June 30, 1967 at the annual salary rate of $3,450

(replacement for Donald Ranta).



Richard S. Vormelker as Graduate Research Assistant in

the Nevada Bureau of Mines for the period August 1, 1966

to June 30, 1967 at the annual salary rate of $3,450 (new

position).



ORVIS SCHOOL OF NURSING



Fred M. Anderson as Adjunct Clinical Professor for the

academic year 1966-67.



UNIVERSITY SERVICES



Darleen Fritz Williams as Assistant Reference Librarian in

Getchell Library for the period August 1, 1966 to June 30,

1967 at the annual salary rate of $7,906 (replacement for

Joanne Buchanan).



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



EDUCATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION DIVISION



Robert Herman Doering as Assistant Professor of Education

for the academic year 1966-67 - $8,073 (new position).



Leonard Warren Phillips as Assistant Professor of Education

for the academic year 1966-67 - $8,964 (replacement for Lula

Leef).



HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS DIVISION



Patricia Ann Geuder as Instructor in English for the aca-

demic year 1966-67 - $6,885 (new position).



SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS DIVISION



John Arthur Eckert as Adjunct Professor of Astronomy for the

academic year 1966-67.



Lewis Joseph Simonoff as Lecturer in Mathematics for the

academic year 1966-67 - $7,776 (new position).



SOCIAL SCIENCE DIVISION



Robert Augustine Linzmeyer as Instructor in Psychology for

the academic year 1966-67 - $7,776 (replacement for William

F. Mc Donald).



Roger Alan Miller as Assistant Professor of Sociology for

the academic year 1966-67 - $8,370 (replacement for Hugo

Tureck).



Harry James Murphy, Jr. as Lecturer in History for the

academic year 1966-67 - $8,073 (new position).



UNIVERSITY SERVICE



Mary Mc Naughton Fitzgerald as Instructor in Associate Arts

Nursing Program for the academic year 1966-67 - $6,588

(replacement for Margaret Simon).



Dwight Alan Marshall as Director of General Technical Insti-

tute and Evening Division and Lecturer in Education for the

period August 22, 1966 to June 30, 1967 at the annual salary

rate of $10,044 (new position).



Beverly Jean Sandquist as Instructor in Associate of Arts

Nursing Program for the academic year 1966-67 - $6,291 (new

position).



Angeline Tippy Smith as Instructor and Counselor in Student

Personnel Services for the period August 1, 1966 to June 30,

1967 at the annual salary rate of $7,906 (replacement for

Nel Jeffers).



Serena Sun Wei as Assistant Catalog Librarian for the period

September 15, 1966 to June 30, 1967 at the annual salary

rate of $6,480 (replacement for Gisela Titman).



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

mously that the above personnel actions be confirmed.



10. Acceptance of Gifts and Grants



President Armstrong recommended acceptance of the following

gifts and grants received by the University:



Library, Reno Campus



For books purchased in memory of Miss Frances Armbruster

from the following donors:



Mr. Leroy H. Chanslor, Reno - $20

Mr. Thomas A. Cooke and Mr. Bruce D. Roberts - $20

Executive Secretaries, Inc., Reno - $25

Mr. Carl Foster and Michelle, Mrs. Ina R. Foster, Mrs.

Cora M. Heath, Sparks - $15

Mr. Charles Foulds, Oakland, California - $2

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanson, Reno - $10

Mr. Gordon B. Harris, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hedgepeth, Reno - $5

Mr. Charles W. Mapes, Reno - $15

The Mapes Hotel Staff, Reno - $70

Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Mueller, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Gunner Norregaard, Reno - $5



Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Dr. Frank A. Russell and Dr. J.

Malcolm Edmiston, Reno - $10 in memory of Mr. Art Sauber.



Local Spiritual Assembly of Baha'is of Reno - gift subscrip-

tion to World Order Magazine.



Mr. Ronald Bath, Reno - 199 books.



Mrs. J. F. Belz, Stanford, California - copies of "Stars

and Candles" by Dorothy Cruikshank Caffrey; "Values in

the Rough" by Brewster Adams; and an autographed copy of

"I'd Live It Over" by Flora Cloman.



Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Bergevin, Gardnerville, Nevada - $5 in

memory of Mrs. Genevieve R. Thomas.



Mrs. Mary Boardman, Wilmington, Delaware - copy of "The Two

Lives of Edith Wharton" by Grace Kellogg and "Mr. Clemens

and Mark Twain" by Justin Kaplin.



Mrs. Ruth H. Caskey, Tucson, Arizona - copy of "Poetas

Suecos Contemporaneous".



Mrs. Lloydine Clayton, Reno - financial records of Nevada

Federation of Women's Clubs.



Mrs. E. R. Cox, Reno - books, pamphlets and periodicals.



Mrs. W. G. Emminger, Reno - three manuscript volumes of Mr.

Emminger's recollections of Rochester, Oreana and Unionville

and a biography of Lewis Hartsough; "Partial Directory of

Inhabitants of Rochester, Nevada Mining District, 1913-1929,

Including Some Visitors".



Mr. Frank Fierce, Reno - copy of "Electronic Communication"

by Robert Shrader in memory of Jerold C. Miller.



Mr. Andrew Ginocchio and Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Pelter, Reno -

$15 in memory of George Dugan and Mrs. Harry Swanson, Sr.



Professor Julius D. Giuntoni, Reno - 80 books and 2

magazines.



Mrs. Mary Ellen Glass, Reno - bibliography of oral histo-

ries.



Mrs. Emerson King, Fallon, Nevada - copy of her "Western

Poems".



Mr. Earl G. La Force, Los Angeles, California - copy of A

"Federal Court Acknowledges Christ's True Church".



Dr. L. E. Lombardi, Reno - $20 in memory of Mrs. John

Pelizzari and Dr. Lawrence Parsons.



Mrs. Richard Magee, Austin, Nevada - $15 in memory of Mr.

William Wright.



Mrs. Alice Marshall, Reno - papers of Clarence Marshall.



Mr. Harry Mighels, Carson City, Nevada - files of the Carson

Daily Appeal, 1908-1924 and ten school books.



Dr. Samuel L. Ornstein, Reno - material from the Bureau of

Mental Retardation.



Mrs. Chester Paterson, Reno - copy of "Thomas Jefferson and

the National Capital".



Sister M. Margaret Patricia, Washington, D. C. - copy of "An

Iconographical Study of Several Elements in the Nativity

Panel and Flanking Prophets from Ducci's Maesta", the

doctoral dissertation presented in 1957 to John Hopkins

University by the late Mary L. Mc Carran.



Mr. Peter I. Roehm, Reno - 3-year subscription to The

Beaver.



Mrs. Rose Semenza, Reno - books to the library.



Mrs. Genevieve Slater, Mc Gill, Nevada - manuscript and tape

recorder of Mrs. Frances Shellenberger.



Mrs. Nita Spangler, Redwood City, California - issues of the

Reese River Reveille and the Battle Mountain Scout.



Mrs. Ruth Thom, Reno - two historical journals of the Miller

Gold Mining Company and the Oriental Gold Mining Company.



Mrs. Nancy Walther, Reno - 179 medical books from the

library of her father, Dr. Le Roy A. Edwards.



Library, Las Vegas Campus



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Las Vegas - $18



Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Casey, Las Vegas - $7 in memory of

Mrs. Frances Smith.



Mrs. Lee Husmann, Mrs. Cynthia Cunningham, Mrs. Gordon

Murphy and Mrs. Harold H. J. Erickson, Las Vegas - $14 in

memory of Mrs. Bertha Moyer.



Mrs. Chester Paterson, Reno - copy of "Marvel of the West".



Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ronzone, Las Vegas - $100 in memory of

the following: Mrs. James R. Hoerner's mother & Mr. Sill

($25); Joseph Franklin Perkins ($10); Caddie Mae Deverell

($10); Frances S. Smith ($10); James B. Rutherford ($5);

Clara Masterson ($10); Marie Doselina Guisti ($10); and

Mr. Irving Blatt ($10).



U-Wah-Un-Study Club, Las Vegas - $50 to increase library's

holdings in field of history.



Scholarships and Prizes payments for both Campuses as

follows:



ASARCO Foundation, New York, N. Y. - $750 to their scholar-

ship fund.



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation of Nevada, Reno - $22,500 to

their Agriculture and Home Economics Scholarship Program.



Mr. Homer F. Herz, Reno - $50 to the Dr. Robert S. Griffin

Scholarship Fund.



Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars, Department of

Nevada, Reno - $150 to their scholarship fund.



Las Vegas Business and Professional Women's Club, Las Vegas

- $400 to their Nevada Southern University Scholarship Fund.



Nevada Repertoire Club, Reno - $25 to the Music Department

Scholarship Fund.



Nevada Society of Certified Public Accountants, Las Vegas -

$100 to their Las Vegas Campus scholarship fund.



The Sears Roebuck Foundation, Los Angeles, California - $750

($600 to their Agriculture Scholarship and $150 to their

Home Economics Scholarship Funds).



Trans-Mississippi Golf Association, Denver, Colorado - $800

to their scholarship fund.



Washoe Association for Retarded Children, Inc., Reno - $300

to their scholarship fund.



Washoe County Medical Society Women's Auxiliary, Reno - $875

to their scholarship fund for Orvis School of Nursing

Students.



Earl Wooster High School, Reno - $2,375 to their scholarship

fund.



Mr. Kenneth W. Yeates, Glenbrook, Nevada - $200 to the

Kenneth W. Yeates Scholarship in Psychology.



Miscellaneous Gifts, both Campuses, as follows:



Harrah's Club, Reno - assorted radio tubes and various water

treatment chemicals.



Dr. Earl Hillstrom, Reno - Ampex tape recorder DRI.



Dr. Chester C. Lockwood, Las Vegas - $25 to Nevada Southern

University Music Concert Series.



Mrs. Richard Magee, Austin, Nevada - $1,000 to the Basque

Study Program.



Northern Nevada Association of Mental Health, Reno - $5,000

to Suicide Prevention and Crisis Call Center Fund.



Mrs. Arthur Orvis, Reno - equipment, valued at $275 to

Mackay School of Mines.



The Scherman Foundation, Inc., New York, N. Y. - $250 to the

Center for Western North American Studies for Oral History

Project.



Mrs. Charles H. Stout, Reno - $125 to the Teenage Opportu-

nity Program.



Grants, as follows:



Merck Sharp and Dohme Research Laboratories, Rahway, New

Jersey - $1,198 to the Nevada Agricultural Experiment Sta-

tion Fund.



Travenol Laboratories, Inc., Morton Grove, Illinois - $7,004

to DRI Laboratory of Patho-Physiology for Dr. George T.

Smith's study entitled, "Electro-Physiology of the Heart in

Normal and in Animals with Complete Atrioventricular Block".



U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washing-

ton, D. C. - $17,000 under Title V-C, P. L. 89-329, Higher

Education Act, 1965.



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Dr. White, carried unani-

mously that the gifts and grants be accepted and the

Secretary send appropriate notes of thanks to the donors.



Chairman Anderson formally presented to the Board a copy of

"Western Economic Empire", a study by the late Senator

George Malone, published by the Industrial West Foundation.

This book is a gift to the Library from Mr. Alfred Merritt

Smith and Captain Jack Howell. It was especially noted that

this book is presently out of print and almost impossible to

obtain.



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

unanimously that this gift be accepted and a special note

of appreciation be sent to the donors.



11. Approval of Check Registers



President Armstrong recommended that the check registers, as

submitted by Mr. Humphrey, be approved.



September 7, 1966



MEMORANDUM



TO: President Charles J. Armstrong



FROM: Neil D. Humphrey, Vice President-Finance



The following is a list of check registers for the period

July 1, 1966 through August 10, 1966, which should be refer-

ed to the Board of Regents for approval.



Revolving Fund checks 132877 through 137220 for a total of

$3,210,049.68 and checks 142001 through 142625 for a total

of $250,975.13.



Accounts Payable checks 46753 through 46780 for a total of

$331,218.65.



Regents Account checks 54531 through 54666 for a total of

$5,868,195.64.



Regents Halls and Dining Commons checks 260 through 278 for

a total of $59,233.74.



Agriculture Experiment Station checks 7113 through 7154 for

a total of $39,953.08.



Agriculture Extension Service checks 5988 through 6007 for

a total of $22,719.88.



Neil D. Humphrey



NDH/ea



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried by

roll call vote that the check registers be approved.



12. Candidates for Degrees



President Armstrong recommended the approval of the follow-

ing candidates for graduation as of September 1, 1966 from

the Reno Campus and as of August 24, 1966 from the Las Vegas

Campus. These candidates have been approved by faculties

concerned and their records checked by the Registrar and

the Business Office.



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Peraldo, Mario Gene B. S. in Agriculture

Saden, Judith Ann B. S. in Home Economics



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Anderson, Mary Susan B. A. in Journalism

Darrah, Sandra Coverston B. S.

Embry, Nona Moore B. A.

Gascue, John Dominic B. A.

Harris, Nancy Adele B. A.

Hawkins, Nancy Anderson B. A.

Hinkle, Stephen Allen B. A.

Kinnison, Michael Gene B. S.

Martin, Toni June B. A.

Norton, Grace Palmer B. A.

O'Brien, Leo Martin, Jr. B. A.

Pickett, Janet Herb B. S.

Reed, Rebecca B. A.

Retterer, Terry Eugene B. S.

Rodriguez, Manuel Alvarez B. S.

Salvadorini, David Paul B. S.

Samon, Michael Emitt B. A.

Trail, Doug B. A.

Whitcomb, Susanne L. B. A.

Williams, Sharon Ann B. A.



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Anderson, Warren David B. S.

Ball, George Douglas B. S.

Brown, Gwenith Edwin B. S.

Dickens, Kenneth Harry B. S.

Eppinger, Victor Neal B. S.

Fox, Brent Robison B. S.

Hansmann, Arnold Leon B. S.

Mc Coy, Richard Lawrence B. S.

Quilici, Gary Lee B. S.

Shelly, James Phillip B. S.

Waggoner, Sam Lee B. S.

Wakeling, David Doyle B. S.

Worcester, Larry Royce B. S.



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Alm, Barbara Janet B. S.

Andreasen, Thomas Wayne B. S.

Blankenburg, Carol Jean B. S.

Bosta, John Franklin B. S.

Burke, Barbara Bottomly B. S.

Carpenter, Rodney Vernon B. S.

Davis, Susan Forden B. S.

Freeman, Joyce Elnore B. S.

Grover, Kathleen Quinlan B. S.

Hartman, Donald Robert B. S.

Hinz, Paul Leroy B. S.

Hutchins, Dora Shellenberger B. S.

Listen, Carol Sullivan B. S.

Mc Kinstry, Donna Rose B. S.

Moore, Lawrence Melvin B. S.

Newstead, Patricia Gipson B. S.

O'Neill, Megan Burns B. S.

Sharp, Lina Pinjuv B. S.

Smith, Louis Thompson B. S.

Sorenson, Sandra Lynn B. A.

Terrell, John Mc Cardle B. A.



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Baidwan, Bhupinder Paul Singh B. S. in Mech Eng.

Crews, Luke Leroy B. S. in Elec. Eng.



ORVIS SCHOOL OF NURSING



Kanika, Heather Bushing B. S.



GRADUATE SCHOOL



Allen, Lois Thompton M. E.

Anderson, David Neil M. E.

Anderson, James Charles M. E.

Bourbopoulos, Aristidis P. M. S.

Brussard, Peter Frans M. S.

Chen, Yau Tsung M. S.

Coffin, Philip Leroy M. E.

Daniels, Rex Garrett M. A.

Davey, Darrell Liburn M. S.

Easter, Robert Lee M. E.

Ettman, Henry Louis III M. A.

Frenzel, Allen Clarence M. E.

Gehrke, Robert James M. S.

Gilmore, Thomas Danny Ph. D.

Graham, Carolyn Leffel M. E.

Hansen, David Wallace M. E.

Hawkins, Wallace Carroll M. E.

Kelly, Thomas Arthur M. S.

Kiraly, John Jr. M. A.

Knight, Woodrow Marshall M. S.

Lawson, Lois Ethel M. E.

Mc Elhaney, Alan Lee M. E.

Moraites, Spiro M. E.

Mordy, Brooke Davis M. A.

Morgan, Mavis Welch M. A.

Morrison, Jerry Lewis Ph. D.

Nicklanovich, Michael M. S.

Ogg, Thomas Edward M. E.

Owen, Charles Frances M. A.

Sawhney, Daljit Sinch M. S.

Scott, John Green M. S.

Tao, Yu-Chih M. A.

Towle, Sylvia Moseley M. A.

Tucker, Ross Newman M. E.

Ward, John Dewitt M. A.



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS



Brinton, Robert Butler B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Cox, Michael Earl B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Fields, Clifford B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Perry, Gene G. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Silvestri, Henry T. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Wingfield, Thomas Edward B. S. in Bus. Adm.



SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION



Carroll, Margaret L. B. S. in Education

Crosby, Mary A. B. S. in Education

Galyean, Nancy Ann B. S. in Education

Harry, Mary Ann B. S. in Education

Hawkins, Retha Jean B. S. in Education

Hill, Marilee J. B. S. in Education

Jones, Florence Miles B. S. in Education

Mehner, Tiny Jewel B. S. in Education

Norris, Nancy K. B. S. in Education

North, Ester L. B. S. in Education

Perry Dalyah B. S. in Education

Ramsey, Betty F. B. S. in Education

Stanfill, Chris J. B. S. in Education



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

without dissent that the candidates be approved and that

they be granted the indicated degrees and diplomas.



13. Transfer of Funds



President Armstrong recommended the following transfer of

funds be approved:



$7,212.81 from the Goodfellow Loan Fund (1-61-5008), which

has a current loanable balance of $17,900, as follows:



$349.72 to Nursing Student Loan Fund, Reno (1-61-4002).



$3,333.33 to National Defense Student Loan Fund, Reno

(1-61-4001).



$663.09 to Nursing Student Loan Fund, NSU (2-61-4001).



$2,866.67 to National Defense Student Loan Fund, NSU

(2-62-4002).



This will provide the necessary one-ninth matching monies to

the Federal grants for these programs for the Fall semester,

1966.



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

unanimously that the above fund transfers be approved.



President Armstrong recommended the following transfer of

funds be approved:



#58 $1,000 from the Office of the President, Professional

Salaries to the Business Administration and Economics

Division, NSU ($594 to position P-72-7): Business

Manager, NSU ($356 to position P-03-51); and Office of

Vice President-Finance (position P-03-02). March 12,

1966 the Board of Regents authorized merit increases

for these positions; however, the money was not in-

cluded in the 1966-67 Work Program.



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Dr. White, carried unani-

mously that the above transfer be approved.



14. Next Meeting



The next regular meeting of the Board will be on October 8,

1966 at 10:00 A.M. in County Court House, Fallon, Nevada,

with the following meeting to be held in Las Vegas on

December 3, 1966. Upon motion by Dr. White, seconded by

by Mr. Hug, and unanimous vote, it was agreed that no meet-

ing be held in November.



Meeting adjourned at 3:15 P.M.



Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

President



Bonnie M. Smotony

Secretary

09-10-1966