09/21/1963

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
September 21-22, 1963








09-21-1963

Pages 472-496



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

BOARD OF REGENTS

September 21, 1963



The Board of Regents met on Saturday, September 21, 1963, in the

President's Office, Clark Administration building, Reno Campus.

Present: Regents Anderson, Davis, Grant, Hug, Jacobsen, Magee,

Lombardi, White; Engineer Rogers, Vice-President Young, Business

Manager Humphrey, and President Armstrong. Deputy Attorney

General Walsh was present as Legal Adviser. Reporters Laxalt,

Hurschberger and Glendon covered the meeting for the Press.



The meeting was called to order at 9:20 A.M. by Chairman Grant.



1. Minutes of Previous Meeting



Mr. Grant asked for any corrections to the minutes of the

meeting of July 26-27, 1963. There being none, the minutes

were approved.



2. Check Registers



President Armstrong presented the Check Registers as sub-

mitted by the Business Manager and recommended approval as

attached.



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

unanimously by roll call vote that the Check Registers be

approved.



3. Bid Openings



President Armstrong presented the following reports:



a) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2 P.M. on Thursday, August 1, 1963.

Present were Assistant Business Manager Hattori, Archi-

tectural Draftsman Olyphant and members of the bidding

firms. Bid notice had duly appeared in local papers

for CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF COUNTER AND SHELF,

JOT TRAVIS BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Hattori as follows:



Pagni Bros. Construction Co.

accompanied by bid bond $2,928.00



Five Star Development Co.

accompanied by cashier's check $2,790.00



Dohrmann Hotel Supply Co. $2,132.50



Builder's Mill

accompanied by personal check $2,389.50



It is recommended that the bid of Builder's Mill in the

amount of $2,389.50 be accepted and contract be drawn

to accomplish this work. This bid is within the esti-

mate prepared by the University Engineer's Office, and

funds are available in Dining Commons Office and Other

Equipment Fund, Account No. 1-22-3001-72.



The bid of Dohrman Hotel Supply Company was low; how-

ever, as this bid was not accompanied by bid bond or

other retainer and bid was not presented in the Board

of Regents bid form, this company did not have a legal

bid.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ Brian J. Whalen for James D. Rogers



Approved:

/s/ Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President



b) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2 P.M. Friday, August 2, 1963. Pres-

ent were Assistant Business Manager Hattori, Assistant

Engineer Whalen, and members of bidding firms. Bid

notice had duly appeared in local papers for APPLICATION

OF ACOUSTICAL PLASTER TO CERTAIN CEILINGS, DINING COM-

MONS, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Hattori as follows:



Nielsen Plastering Company

accompanied by cashier's check $4,895.00



Genuine Lathing & Plastering, Inc.

accompanied by certified check $4,973.00



Pagni Bros. Construction Co.

accompanied by bid bond $4,970.00



It is recommended that all bids be rejected because the

bids exceeded the estimate and the problem will be

solved in another way.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ James D. Rogers



Approved:

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President



c) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2:15 P.M. on Friday, August 2, 1963.

Present were Assistant Business Manager Hattori, As-

sistant Engineer Whalen, and members of bidding firms.

Bid notice had duly appeared in local papers for CON-

STRUCTION OF PARTITIONS AND INSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC

WIRING IN ROOM 200 AND ELECTRICAL WORK ADJACENT THERETO,

CLARK ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA,

RENO.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Hattori as follows:



A-Dee Construction Co., Inc.

accompanied by bid bond $4,538.00



Allen Gallaway, General Contractor

accompanied by bid bond $4,471.00



Five Star Development Co.

accompanied by cashier's check $5,370.00



Pagni Bros. Construction Co.

accompanied by bid bond $4,476.00



It is recommended that the bid of Allen Gallaway, Gen-

eral Contractor, in the amount of $4,471.00 be accepted,

and a contract be drawn to accomplish this work. This

bid is within the estimate prepared by the University

Engineer's Office, and funds are available as follows:

Special Institutes and Projects Fund, Account No. 1-14-

3000-25, in amount of $2600, and Building and Grounds

Operating Repairs Budget, Account No. 1-01-9010-39, in

the amount of $1900.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ James D. Rogers



Approved:

/s/ Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President

/s/ Kenneth E. Young for J. Patrick Kelly



d) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2 P.M. on Tuesday, August 20, 1963.

Present were Accountant Phelps, Electrical Engineer

Carpenter, and a member of one bidding firm. Bid notice

had duly appeared in local papers for WHITE PINE HALL

PAGING SYSTEM, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Phelps as follows:



Enterprise Electric Company, Inc.

accompanied by cashier's check $8,052.00



Electronic Distribution Co. of Nevada

accompanied by bid bond $3,329.94

Alternate Bid #1 $2,468.00



It is recommended that the Alternate Bid No. 1 of

Electronic Distribution Company of Nevada in the amount

of $2,468.00 be accepted, and a contract be drawn to

accomplish the work. This bid is within the estimate

prepared by the University Engineer's Office and funds

are available in the White Pine Hall Budget, Account No.

1-22-4002-25.



Sincerely yours,



/s/ James D. Rogers



Approved:

/s/ Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President



e) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2 P.M. on Friday, August 23, 1963.

Present were Mr. Gene Phelps, Accountant, Assistant

Engineer Whalen, and members of bidding firms. Bid

notice had duly appeared in local papers for ALTERATIONS

TO KITCHEN, DEAN'S HOUSE, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, MAIN

STATION FARM, RENO, NEVADA.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Phelps as follows:



Allen Gallaway, General Contractor

accompanied by bid bond $1,500.00



A. S. Johnson Construction

accompanied by bid bond $1,530.00



Pagni Bros. Construction Co.

accompanied by bid bond $1,783.00



It is recommended that the bid of Allen Gallaway, Gen-

eral Contractor, in the amount of $1,500.00 be accepted,

and a contract be drawn to accomplish this work. This

bid is in line with the estimate prepared by the Uni-

versity Engineer's Office, and funds are available in

the Agricultural Experiment Station Housing Budget,

Account No. 3-41-5013-25.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ James D. Rogers

University Engineer



Approved:

/s/ Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President

/s/ Dale W. Bohmont, Dean, College of Agriculture



f) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2:15 P.M., on Friday, August 23, 1963.

Present were Mr. Gene Phelps, Accountant, Assistant

Engineer Whalen, and members of bidding firms. Bid

notice had duly appeared in local papers for INSTALLA-

TION, ACOUSTIC CEILING, DINING COMMONS, UNIVERSITY OF

NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Phelps as follows:



Bonanza Construction, Inc.

accompanied by bid bond $2,468.00



Fiberglass Engineering and Supply

accompanied by certified check $3,895.00



Yancey Co.

accompanied by bid bond $4,387.00



Tuck's Supply Co.

accompanied by bid bond $5,059.00



It is recommended that the bid of Bonanza Construction,

Inc., in the amount of $2,468.00 be accepted, and a

contract be drawn to accomplish this work. This bid

is within the estimate repared by the University En-

gineer's Office, and funds are available in the Dining

Commons Reserve, Account No. 1-23-3001-24.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ James D. Rogers

University Engineer



Approved:

/s/ Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President



g) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2 P.M. on Thursday, August 15, 1963.

Present were Assistant Business Manager Hattori, Elec-

trical Engineer Carpenter, and members of bidding firms.

Bid notice had duly appeared in local papers for ARTEM-

ISIA HALL FIRE ALARM SYSTEM AND EXTENSION OF CAMPUS

CIRCUIT, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Hattori as follows:



Pacific Fire Extinguisher Co.

accompanied by cashier's check $2,880.00



A-C Electric Company

accompanied by bank money order $2,600.00



It is recommended that the bid of A-C Electric Company

in the amount of $2,600.00 be accepted, and a contract

be drawn to accomplish this work. This bid is in line

with the estimate prepared by the University Engineer's

Office, and funds are available in the Artemisia Hall

Repairs Fund, Account No. 1-23-4005-24.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ James D. Rogers

University Engineer



Approved:

/s/ Neil D. Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President



h) A meeting to open bids was held in the Business Office,

Morrill Hall, at 2 P.M. on Tuesday, August 27, 1963.

Present were Mr. Henry Hattori, Assistant Business

Manager, Assistant Engineer Whalen, and members of

bidding firms. Bid notice had duly appeared in local

papers for DEMOLITION OF OLD GYMNASIUM, UNIVERSITY OF

NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA.



Bids were received and opened as follows:



Cook's Building Wreckers

accompanied by personal check $ 1,500.00



Fred W. Schopper

accompanied by bid bond $ 7,989.00



Wiechmann Engineers

accompanied by bid bond $17,850.00



I recommend that all bids be rejected. The low bid of

$1,500.00 submitted by Cook's Building Wreckers is not

a valid bid, as a personal check accompanied the bid

instead of a cashier's check, bid bond, certified check

or cash.



The bids of the other two bidders are greater than the

available funds.



I recommend the work be rebid next Summer and the struc-

ture be demolished at that time.



Respectfully submitted,



/s/ James D. Rogers

University Engineer



Approved:

/s/ Neil Humphrey, Business Manager

/s/ Charles J. Armstrong, President



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

unanimously by roll call vote that the bid recommendations

be approved.



4. Building Committee Minutes



Dr. Anderson read and discussed the minutes of the meeting

held on Friday evening, September 20, 1963, as follows:



Minutes of the Meeting of the Building Committee of the

Board of Regents

September 20, 1963



The Building Committee of the Board of Regents met in Room

326, Scrugham Engineering building. Present: Regents

Anderson, Davis, Grant, Hug, Jacobsen, Lombardi, Magee,

White; President Armstrong, Vice-President Young, Business

Manager Humphrey; Engineer Rogers; Isbell, Sandorf, Hancock

and Littlefield from the State Planning Board; Architect

Mc Daniel; Dean Bohmont.



1. University - State Planning Board Relations:



Mr. William Hancock, Manager of the State Planning

Board staff, presented the attached proposal outlining

methods for clarifying and improving working relation-

ships between the University and the State Planning

Board in the planning and construction of University

facilities built by State appropriation.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, that

the Building Committee recommend to the Board of Regents

approval in principle of the proposal as amended, sub-

ject to staff study of the details of implementation.

Motion carried.



2. Social Science Building - Nevada Southern:



Mr. James Mc Daniel presented preliminary plans for the

Social Science building to be constructed on the Nevada

Southern Campus. President Armstrong stated that the

Faculty Committee and the University Engineer's Office

had approved the plans, and he recommended their ap-

proval. Mr. Hancock announced that the State Planning

Board had approved the plans, contingent upon approval

by the Board of Regents.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, that

the Building Committee recommend to the Board of Regents

approval of the preliminary plans. Motion carried.



3. Home Management Laboratory - Reno:



President Armstrong reported that the Home Management

Laboratory to be constructed on the Reno Campus had come

in on bid over the money appropriated for this project.

Dean Bohmont had recommended that the facility be con-

structed by eliminating additive alternates, acquiring

kitchen equipment as a gift from one of the major sup-

pliers, and applying furnishing money toward the con-

struction cost. In addition, $4300 would have to be

appropriated from other sources for minimal furnishings.

President Armstrong read an analysis of the problems

involved, and Dean Bohmont gave further explanation and

answered questions.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, that

the Building Committee recommend to the Board of Regents

approval of this project, to be carried out as recom-

mended by Dean Bohmont. Motion carried.



4. Residence Hall - Dining Facility - Nevada Southern:



Mr. Rogers presented parti sketches for the Residence

Hall - Dining Facility to be constructed on the Nevada

Southern Campus. No action was taken.



/s/ Kenneth E. Young

Acting Secretary



Dr. Armstrong reported on an informal meeting held in his

Office on Friday (the previous afternoon) with the Chairman

of the State Planning Board, the Planning Board Manager,

Dr. Fred Anderson, members of the University Engineer's

staff, and himself, to discuss the Scrugham Engineering

building as to its completion status and to determine what

should be done about it. It was agreed that a joint in-

spection be made by representatives of the University, the

Planning Board, and the architect or his designate. Items

in need of completion would be determined by this group.



In the evening meeting, as per minutes above, a policy was

discussed concerning the division of responsibility of proj-

ects funded by the Legislature. Mr. Hancock suggested ten

points to be followed, which were approved in prinicple,

with minor changes, as follows:



1. The University shall select, with the concurrence of

the State Planning Board, the Architect and shall

approve his consultants.



2. The State Planning Board shall negotiate, award and

administer Architect's contract.



3. The State Planning Board shall prepare a project budget

allocating the use of appropriated funds. Such budget

shall be approved by the State Planning Board with the

concurrence of the University.



4. The University shall direct the Architect in the devel-

opment of final plans and specifications and shall as-

sume full responsibility for the functional adequacy

of such plans and specifications. In this work the

University agrees to adhere to the budgetary limita-

tions and design standards established by the State

Planning Board and to cooperate with the Architect in

insuring compliance with these requirements. Varia-

tions from these design standards shall be by mutual

agreement between University and State Planning Board.



5. All plans and specifications shall be approved by both

the University and the State Planning Board (including

joint discussion and approval of preliminary plans by

the Building Committee of the Board of Regents and the

Executive Committee of the State Planning Board when-

ever possible).



6. The project shall be bid by the State Planning Board.

The award of a contract shall be by the State Planning

Board with the concurrence of the University.



7. The administration of the construction contract and

construction inspection shall be by the State Planning

Board.



8. During construction, required changes in design or

material shall be approved by the University with the

concurrence of the Architect.



9. Changes in contract price or time shall be approved by

the State Planning Board with the concurrence of the

Architect. The University shall be consulted before

any such changes are approved by the State Planning

Board.



10. Final inspection shall be jointly by the University,

the State Planning Board, the Architect and his con-

sultants, at which time marked up construction drawings

shall be available to all inspecting parties.



After the final inspection and completion of "punch

list" items, the written acceptance of the completed

project by the Architect shall result in the filing of

the Notice of Completion by the State Planning Board.



If approved by the Board of Regents, they will be presented

to the Planning Board for consideration.



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

unanimously that the Regents approve the ten points in

principle, as recommended by the Building Committee.



Dr. Anderson discussed the preliminary plans for the Social

Science building in Las Vegas as presented to the Building

Committee by Mr. Mc Daniels, architect. These plans were

approved by the Planning Board, contingent upon approval of

the University authorities.



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

unanimously that the preliminary plans be approved, as

recommended by the Building Committee.



In regard to zoning matters, it was agreed that an informal

meeting should be arranged with representatives of the State

Planning Board and the Regional Planning Commission for the

purpose of discussion as to the development of areas on the

edge of the University Campus.



Referring to the item in the minutes of the Building Commit-

tee regarding the Home Management Laboratory, Mr. Rogers

noted that the bids were all too high. Dean Bohmont, at

the Building Committee meeting, discussed the possibility

of commercial companies donating many of the kitchen items,

which would take them out of the budget. Dr. White had

offered a personal gift for the project. Mr. Rogers indi-

cated that minimal furnishings could be paid from other

funds, which with the gift from Dr. White and the donation

of kitchen items would make it possible to accept the low

bid. Dean Bohmont had so recommended and Dr. Armstrong here

recommended acceptance of the bid on the basis stated above.



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

by roll call vote, with Regent Hug voting "no", Regent

White abstaining, and all other Regents voting "aye", to

approve acceptance of the bid and to proceed as outlined

above.



5. Progress Report, Building Program



a) Mr. Rogers presented the following report from Mr.

Hancock on projects under direction of the State

Planning Board:



I. Planning and Design Projects



A. Reno Campus



1. Home Management Residence: The State

Planning Board at its regular meeting

on September 12, 1963 voted to award a

construction contract to the low bidder,

John H. Graham, for $63,427, with a de-

ductive change order bringing the con-

tract down to $60,300, subject to the

approval of the University.



2. Men's and Women's Dormitory: Preliminary

plans have been submitted by the archi-

tects, Selden & Stewart, and approval from

Housing and Home Finance Agency is being

awaited. The architects have been in-

structed not to proceed with further work

until HHFA approval has been obtained.



3. Physical Education Facilities, Phase I:

Several meetings have been held with the

University, the Design Engineers, and the

Planning Board on the scope and design de-

tails of the project. Complete prelimi-

nary plans are scheduled to be received

about October 15, 1963.



4. Site Development - Walks - Utilities:

Work on these projects is pending receipt

of scope of work from the University.



5. Design Social Science Building: The Plan-

ning Board at its regular meeting on Sep-

tember 12, 1963 voted to authorize the

architects to proceed sufficiently with

their plans to make application for finan-

cial assistance for the building's con-

struction from the National Science Foun-

dation.



6. Design Physical Science Buildings: The

Planning Board at its regular meeting on

September 12, 1963 voted to authorize the

architects to proceed sufficiently with

their plans to make application for finan-

cial assistance for the building's con-

struction from the National Science Foun-

dation.



7. Deferred Projects:



a. Advance Plan for the Remodeling of

Mackay Science Building: Deferred

about three years, until the con-

struction status of the Physical

Science building is known.



b. Advance Plan for a Building for the

College of Education: Deferred pend-

ing the arrival of a new Dean and a

possible revision of scope.



B. Nevada Southern



1. Design Fine Arts Building: Although not

funded for construction, approval of the

Board of Regents and the Planning Board

has been requested.



2. Design Social Science Building: Prelim-

inary plans were approved by the Planning

Board on September 12, 1963, subject to

the approval of the Board of Regents.



3. Land Acquisition: As soon as the Episco-

pal Church land trade is culminated, other

parcels can be acquired. All owners have

been contacted.



4. Site Development - Walks - Utilities:

Pending receipt of scope from University.



II. Construction Projects



A. Reno Campus



1. Jot Travis Student Union Addition: Con-

struction is approximately 95% complete.



2. Lawn Sprinkler System, Fine Arts Build-

ing: Completed on August 22.



B. Nevada Southern



1. Playfield Fencing: Completed August 19,

1963.



III. Furnishings



A. Reno Campus



1. Equipment, Engineering-Mines Building:

Ordering of electrical panels pending suf-

ficient information from the University.



b) Mr. Rogers then presented the following report of proj-

ects under University supervision:



1. Chain Link Fence: Completed.



2. Atmospherium-Planetarium Paving: Completed.



3. Gymnasium Parking Lot and Hartman Hall Roadway:

Completed.



4. Las Vegas Campus Roadway: Completed.



5. Atmospherium Landscaping Sprinkler System: Com-

pleted.



6. Installation of Top Soil at Atmospherium: Com-

pleted.



7. Moving Equipment from Electrical Engineering

Building to Scrugham Engineering-Mines Building:

Completed.



8. Installation of Heating in Nuclear Building:

Completed.



9. Construction of Partitions and Installation of

Electric Wiring in Room 200 Clark Building: 95%

complete.



10. Dairy Farm: 70% complete.



11. Installation of Air Conditioning Unit Mackay

Science Hall: 50% completed.



12. Installation of Acoustic Ceiling, Dining Commons:

Contract awarded.



13. Alterations to Kitchen, Dean's House, University

of Nevada, Main Station Farm: Contract awarded.



14. Construction and Installation of Counter and Shelf,

Jot Travis: Contract awarded.



15. Artemisia Hall Fire Alarm System and Extension of

Campus System: Contract being awarded.



16. Irrigation Water Supply Lines, Valley Road Farm:

Contract awarded; work to start October 1, 1963.



17. Demolition of Old Gymnasium: It has been recom-

mended that bids be rejected.



6. Appropriation for Site Development, Utilities, etc.



Mr. Rogers suggested that it would facilitate procedure if

authority could be granted to the Regents' Building Commitee

to approve items, as the need develops, to be carried out

under the appropriation for site development, sidewalks,

utilities, etc. The Planning Board requests approval of

the Regents for such items, which are not specifically item-

ized in the Appropriation Bill. President Armstrong recom-

mended approval.



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

mously that authority be given to the Regents' Building

Committee to approve such items on behalf of the Board.



7. Social Science Building, Nevada Southern



President Armstrong read a letter from the State Planning

Board stating that the Planning Board desires the Univer-

sity to make application for funds from agencies such as

the National Institutes of Health, the National Science

Foundation, for supporting funds, rather than the State

Planning Board.



8. Radiological Laboratory Project



President Armstrong presented the request of Mr. Mc Bride

of the Radiological Laboratory, on behalf of the government,

to move two aluminum offices between the Radiological Labor-

atory and the Science and Technology building on the Las

Vegas Campus until more permanent offices are constructed.

These would be mobile type structures and easily moved.

President Armstrong recommended approval on condition that

they be removed as soon as possible.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that permission be granted for the mobile office

buildings in location as stated above, with the understand-

ing that they are to be removed as soon as possible, and not

later than the completion date of the Radiological Labora-

tory buildings.



9. Atmospherium-Planetarium



President Armstrong reported that the tentative date for the

dedication of the Atmospherium-Planetarium building has been

set for November 15, at which time opening ceremonies will

be held.



10. Candidates for Degrees



President Armstrong presented the following list of candi-

dates for degrees. These students have been approved by

the faculty of each College concerned and are recommended

for graduation as of September 1, 1963. Their records have

been properly checked and completed in the Office of the

Registrar. Dr. Armstrong recommended approval, as follows:



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Agee, Marta Sanford B. A.

Aldave, Ralph Theodore B. A.

Bauer, John Frederick B. A.

Benson, Richard William B. S.

Bohlmann, Richard Edward B. A.

Chanslor, Lois Sue B. A.

Eisele, Volker Helmut Maria B. A.

Fleming, Ronald Albert B. A.

Fray, Richard Eugene B. A.

Henderson, Hayden Martin B. A.

Hennessey, Edward James B. A.

Horn, Robert David B. S.

Lutz, Marilyn W. B. A.

Moore, Julie Marian B. A.

Nungesser, Diane B. A.

Segerblom, Clifford C. B. A.

Wagner, Dale Norman B. A.



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Frost, Thomas H. B. A.

Jensen, Richard Earl B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Moore, Raymond L. B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Nielsen, Marvin Donald B. S. in Bus. Ad.

Rowe, Harold D. B. S. in Bus. Ad.



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Adams, Irvin Wayne B. S. in Ed.

Andrae, Sadie B. S. in Ed.

Bartholomew, Sue Ann B. S. in Ed.

Brannen, Barbara Joyce B. S. in Ed.

Chichester, Gerry Spring B. S. in Ed.

Davis, Glen H. B. S. in Ed.

Fox, Brian Oldham B. A. in Ed.

Gardella, William B. S. in Ed.

Henderson, Wanda Shepherd B. A. in Ed.

Herwit, Harold Paul B. A. in Ed.

Jacox, Lawrence Emery B. A. in Ed.

Jeffrey, Joan Marlene B. S. in Ed.

Johnson, Duane Kraft B. S. in Ed.

Kerschner, Leone R. B. S. in Ed.

Killfoil, Kay Frances B. S. in Ed.

*Klenakis, Anthony Emanuel B. S. in Ed.

Knapp, Clara M. (Alam) B. S. in Ed.

Lang, Ruth Foster B. S. in Ed.

Lumos, David G. B. S. in Ed.

Mardian, Sandra Busey B. S. in Ed.

Metz, Phyllis W. B. S. in Ed.

Michel, N. Marguerite B. S. in Ed.

Mills, Helen Cannon B. S. in Ed.

Moncrieff, Robert C. B. S. in Ed.

O'Connor, Martha J. B. S. in Ed.

Quilici, Belinda Belle B. S. in Ed.

Rannells, Anne Mapes B. S. in Ed.

Sacchini, Leroy Gene B. S. in Ed.

Sales, Suzanne Newgarden B. S. in Ed.

Seamon, Patra Joan B. S. in Ed.

Solaro, Emma B. B. S. in Ed.

Wood, Chester L. B. S. in Ed.

Wurst, Patricia M. B. S. in Ed.



*Approved by Special Petition



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Belden, Kenneth R. B. S. in E. E.

Hammar, Robert Richard B. S. in C. E.

Tarr, Albert J. B. S. in E. E.



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Burleson, John B., Jr. B. S. in Min. E.

Mindling, Anthony Leo B. S. in Geol. E.

Olson, Warren Martin B. S. in Geog.



ADVANCED DEGREES



Aiazzi, Raymond Guy M. Ed.

Anderson, Paul A. M. Ed.

Bibb, William Jackson M. Ed.

Brighton, Rose Dorothy M. Ed.

Collis, Angelo M. Ed.

De Sart, Ruth Holden M. Ed.

Dondero, Alan Gerard M. Ed.

Eardley, Vernon James M. Ed.

Ford, Boyce Lamar M. A.

Fujii, Ken Harano M. Ed.

Gillette, Louise M. Ed.

Gottardi, Milton T. M. Ed.

Hardy, Hazel Inman M. A.

Houghton, Edward F. M. A.

Johnson, Wendell Alfred M. S.

Killorn, Erlice Joy M. S.

Lysne, Duane L. M. Ed.

Mc Coy, Edward W. M. S.

Mentaberry, Fausto M. Ed.

Moore, Betty Jean M. A.

Oxborrow, Elmo Dean M. Ed.

Potter, Helen Maurine M. Ed.

Powers, Walter William M. Ed.

Randall, Stanley M. S.

Robinson, Harold Mc Rea M. A.

Sanfratel, Joseph Richard M. Ed.

Stevens, Jack Duane M. A.

Sullivan, Don Allyn M. S.

Taylor, Donald B. M. Ed.

Tedford, William Howard, Jr. M. S.

Throckmorton, Robert J. M. Ed.

Trumbell, Evelyn Ferrari M. Ed.

Whelan, Robert James M. Ed.

White, Ruby Ellen M. Ed.

Wright, William John M. Ed.



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

unanimously that the candidates be approved and that they

be granted the indicated degrees and diplomas.



11. Acceptance of Gifts



President Armstrong recommended acceptance of the following

gifts:



Library, Reno Campus



From Regent Fred Anderson - $7.50 for purchase of books in

Anthropology in memory of Mr. Pete Goicoechea.



From Miss Mary Louise Atsatt, Los Angeles, California - 14

books.



From Honorable Walter S. Baring - 3 volumes of "Foreign

Relations of the United States".



From Mr. Rexford S. Beckham, Lincoln, Nebraska - copy of

"Anthropology: A Basic List of Books and Periodicals for

College Libraries".



From Mrs. Robbins Cahill, Reno - 52 books.



From Mr. John Emmett Burke, Commerce, Texas - copy of

"Specifications Covering Furniture and Equipment for the

Library".



From Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cavanaugh, Sr., Tonopah - $10 for

the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Fund.



From Mr. Simon P. J. Chen, Reno - 47 books.



From Mr. David W. Finch, Reno - approximately 300 books from

his personal collection.



From Mrs. Sidney Fowler, Reno - copies of "Theatre Arts

Magazine" for the years 1950-56.



From Mr. William M. Fuller, Reno - 30 volumes of California

Division of Mines publications for the Mineral Industry

Library of the Mackay School of Mines.



From Mrs. W. O. Holmes, Reno - copy of "The Doughboys" in

memory of her husband.



From Professor Austin E. Hutcheson, University of Nevada -

250 books.



From Mr. Robert W. Lambright, Sparks - copies of the "Boston

Conference on Distribution", 1951, 1953-58.



From Pacific Power & Light Company, Portland, Oregon - $500

for the James E. Church Fund.



From Mrs. Chester Paterson, Reno - various important and

valuable materials, including copies of the "Daily Morning

Chronicle", 1868, scrapbooks, 1924 "Reno Guide", etc.



From Mr. Kip Ran, Manitou Springs, Colorado - copy of his

book "Serenity", a contemporary anthology.



From Professor Katherine Riegelhuth, Reno - 121 volumes.



From Mr. Phil Rizzo, Cleveland, Ohio - 3 books on the teach-

ing of music, written by himself.



From Mr. Deane Seeger, Al Tahoe - copy of the Board of

Consultant's report on the Lake Tahoe sewage engineering

study.



From Mr. John Winchester Stuart, Los Angeles - copy of his

poems, "The Angeleno".



From Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young, Whittier, California - 3

books written by them.



From Mr. Kenneth L. Ball, San Francisco - books at an esti-

mated value of $255.



From Mr. and Mrs. William E. Becker, Reno - $10 for purchase

of books in memory of Mrs. Blanche Fisher.



From William and Noma Copley Foundation, Chicago - books

about Serge Charchoune and James Metcalf.



From Dr. Earle L. Creveling, Reno - copies of "Current

Therapy".



From Mr. Jack Holmes, Reno - books on political science and

related subjects.



From Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hyde, Battle Mountain - copies

of "Atlas and Texbook of Human Anatomy", by Sobotta.



From Idaho Power Company, Boise - $250 towards the James E.

Church Memorial Fund.



From Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, University of Cali-

fornia - copies of "Anatomy of the Nevada Test Site" and

"Nuclear Rocket Development Station".



From Mrs. Helen F. Peterson, Minden - books on Africa.



From Public Service Company of Colorado, Denver - $150

toward the James E. Church Memorial Fund.



From Mr. James E. Russell, Educational Policies Commission,

Washington, D. C. - books.



From Miss Mary Scott and her co-workers, Nevada State Wel-

fare Department - $23.50 in memory of Mr. David Lee Myers.



Library, Las Vegas Campus



From the Ronzone Family, Las Vegas - $50 in memory of

William Elwell.



From the following donors to the Maude Frazier Memorial

Fund:



The James H. Down Family, Las Vegas - $25

Misses Noel, Anne, Geneva and Clara Hogg, San Francisco

- $10

Las Vegas High School Class of 1932 - $25

Miss Vivienne Worley, Denver, Colorado - $10



Scholarships



From American Federation of Musicians, Local No. 368 - $240

to cover four scholarships for the 1963 Lake Tahoe Music

Camp.



From Mr. Cameron M. Batjer, Carson City - $100 to be used

for the Mabel Mc Vicar Batjer Memorial Scholarship.



From O. N. C. Scholarship Foundation, Palo Alto, Caifornia -

$500 to cover the O. N. C. Southern California "Step to

Knowledge" Scholarship.



From Rotary Club of Reno - $350 to cover the Rotary Club

Scholarship.



From Sears Roebuck Foundation, Chicago - two checks, one

for $900 and one for $300 to cover their annual scholarships

in Agriculture and Home Economics.



From Justice Gordon Thompson, Carson City - $100 for the

Reuben C. Thompson Scholarship in Philosophy.



From Trans-Mississippi Golf Association, Englewood, Colorado

- $400 to be used for a special scholarship in Agriculture.



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

Kenneth W. Yeates Scholarship in Psychology.



From Zion's First National Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah, as

Trustee for the Josephine Beam Educational Fund - $5000 to

cover the Beam Scholarship stipends.



From Las Vegas Business and Professional Women's Club -

$400 for their scholarship at Nevada Southern.



From Allstate Foundation, Sacramento - $150 to cover their

Fall semester scholarship.



From the Breakfast Optimist Club of Las Vegas - $350 to be

used as a special scholarship at Nevada Southern.



From the Carson City Rotary Club - $75 to be used as a

special scholarship.



From Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Chicago - $300 to cover

their scholarship for 1963-64.



From Henderson Rotary Club - $200 to cover two scholarships

at Nevada Southern.



From Ormsby County P. T. A. Association - $200 to cover two

scholarships.



From the Las Vegas Sun - $500 to cover two scholarships.



From the Officers Wives' Clubs stationed at Okinawa - checks

totaling $1000 to be used for a special scholarship.



From the Ladies Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Reno -

$150 to be used as a special scholarship.



Miscellaneous Gifts



From the University Store, Las Vegas - $25 in support of the

Campus Lecture Series at Nevada Southern.



From the following donors for the High School Mathematics

Examination Contest:



The Anaconda Company, Weed Heights - $50

The Bank of Nevada, Las Vegas - $25

First National Bank of Nevada - $50

Kennecott Copper Corporation, Mc Gill - $50

Stauffer Chemical Company, Henderson - $50

Union Federal Savings and Loan Association, Reno - $50



From the Reno Community Concert Association - $500 for the

Discretionary Fund of the Music Department.



From Mr. R. Carl Harris, Orlando, Florida - $25 for the

Department of English in appreciation for consideration his

son received at Summer School.



From the Nevada Southern Foundation, Inc. - $2,437.19 for

the Advance Study Program in Engineering conducted by State-

wide Services at Nevada Southern.



From the State Department of Vocational Education - $5000

for salary of the teacher-coordinator in the X-Ray Techni-

cian Program.



Grants



From the Max C. Fleischmann Foundation - $8000 covering the

amount requested as of August 1, 1963 toward the Desert

Research Institute Laboratory building.



From Dr. Arthur E. Orvis, Reno - offer of $100,000 addi-

tional to his previous gift toward the completion of the

Orvis School of Nursing building.



From the National Institutes of Health, U. S. Department of

Health, Education and Welfare - $16,680 to cover Research

Project on Bovine Pituitary Gonadotrophin Levels, under

direction of Dr. W. Darrell Foote, Assistant Professor of

Animal Science.



From the National Aeronautics and Space Administration -

$10,476 for "Experiments on the Effects of Low Pressures

on Cellular Ultrastructure and Cytochemistry in Plants",

under the direction of Professor Hugh N. Mozingo of the

Biology Department.



From National Science Foundation - $15,000 for research

entitled "Influence on Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid Levels in

Rat Tissue Nuclei of Acute Stress-Producing Agents", under

the direction of Dean C. Fletcher, Desert Research Insti-

tute and Allie M. Lee Cancer Research Laboratories.



From the American Chemical Society - $1500 for "Individual

Fundamental Research in Petroleum Field", under the direc-

tion of Dr. David J. Mac Donald, Department of Chemistry.



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

mously that the gifts be accepted and that the Secretary

write a note of thanks to each donor.



12. Budget, Tentative Schedule



President Armstrong informed the Regents of the tentative

schedule for the working budget for 1964-65. The plan

is that the budget will be sent to the Deans by October 25,

to be reviewed individually with the President during the

week of November 4. The budget will then be compiled and

mailed to the Regents by November 22. It was agreed that

the Regents would meet on December 7 to act upon the budget.



13. Fee Schedule, Child Development Laboratory



President Armstrong presented with his recommendation for

approval, the request of Dean Bohmont to increase the fee

for the Child Development Laboratory to $40 per child per

semester. Dr. Armstrong discussed the proposal, saying

that the fee is necessary to keep the Laboratory on a self-

sustaining basis. It is estimated that 28 fee paying and

4 non-fee paying children will be registered each semester

allowing a total budget of $2240 for fiscal 1963-64. The

new registration policy makes it possible to include low

income families in the selection criteria as well as other

qualifications which make for diverse group of children.

The low-income families would contribute the 4 non-paying

children, for a total of 32 students each semester. As now

planned, the College of Education, College of Nursing, Arts

and Science and Home Economics will use the Laboratory.



Motion by Dr. Anderson, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

unanimously that the fee for the Child Development Labora-

tory be set at $40 per child per semester, effective with

the Fall semester 1963-64.



14. Investment Committee



(a) Minutes of the meeting held on August 22 had been

previously distributed to the Regents, as follows:



INVESTMENT COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS

Minutes of Meeting of August 22, 1963



The Committee met at 12 o'clock noon at the Holiday

Hotel. Present were Board of Regents members, Dr.

Louis E. Lombardi and Mr. Proctor R. Hug, Jr.; public

members, Mr. Julius Bergen and Mr. E. L. Cord; Ex

Officio members, President Charles J. Armstrong and

Business Manager Neil D. Humphrey. Representing the

First National Bank of Nevada were Mr. R. O. Kwapil,

Vice President and Sr. Trust Officer, and Mr. J. C.

Troyer, Trust Officer.



The Committee reviewed the memorandum of July 30, 1963,

prepared by Mr. Troyer and took the following action.



1. Noted that in 1960 the Jot Travis gift for Student

Union purposes had been assigned to the agency

account and, consequently, mixed with endowment

monies. It was agreed that once the entire amount

of the Travis gift had been withdrawn, the agency

account should be limited to endowment monies.



2. The Thomas H. Abraham endowment (1-71-6002) was

reviewed. It was noted that the terms of the will

provide "... give and bequeath to the University

of Nevada two hundred (200) shares of the capital

stock of United States Steel Company, said shares

TO BE OWNED AND HELD by the University of Nevada

in an account known as the 'Thomas M. Abraham

Library Fund' and the income from said shares shall

be used by the University of Nevada for the pur-

chase of publications for library purposes". It

was agreed that the U. S. Steel stock should remain

in the agency account but should be separately ac-

counted for by the Business Manager. The earnings

of the stock should go to the income account (1-51-

6002) and the account should not share in the pool.



3. Mr. Cord recommended increased liquidity in the

portfolio. After considerable discussion concern-

ing the reasoning behind the recommendation, it

was agreed that a step would be taken toward great-

er liquidity by sale of the Municipals (Henderson

G. O. and Fernley Water District G. O.) and rein-

vestment of the proceeds in 91 day U. S. Treasury

Bills.



4. Mr. Cord suggested that stock not be bought or sold

until the Committee has met. It was agreed that

this suggestion would be followed and that more

frequent Committee meetings would be desirable.



5. The Trust Department recommendation that the 273

shares of First National Bank of Nevada be sold

was considered. It was agreed that the shares

should be offered for 100 and sold at not less than

75. The Trust Department had recommended use of

the proceeds to purchase 100 shares J. C. Penney,

100 shares United Gas, 100 shares Caterpillar

Tractor, 100 shares Mc Graw Edison and 100 shares

Continental Can. This recommendation was approved

with the provision the extra proceeds be used to

purchase additional shares of Continental Can.



6. The Trust Department's recommendation to retain

1600 shares of American Potash and Chemical was

approved.



7. Mr. Humphrey asked Mr. Kwapil if he had any recom-

mendation concerning the Clay-Peters Building

stock. Mr. Kwapil recommended no change at this

time and stated that Merssrs. Frank and Marvin

Humphrey had not made a specific proposal con-

cerning either purchase of the University of

Nevada shares or sale of their shares.



8. Mr. Kwapil requested that in view of the Commit-

tee's concern over increased liquidity, it would

be helpful if another meeting could be held soon

and the Committee could make specific recommenda-

tions for changes in the portfolio. It was agreed

that the next meeting would be Friday, September

20, 1963, at 10 A.M. in Mr. Cord's Office at 200

Court Street.



Meeting adjourned at 2:00 P.M.



Respectfully submitted,



Neil D. Humphrey

Acting Secretary



(b) Mr. Humphrey reported informally on a meeting of the

Committee held on Friday, September 20 in Mr. Cord's

Office. It was agreed at that meeting that on October

29 the Committee would meet again and act upon the

recommendation of the First National Bank to dispose

of certain stocks.



INVESTMENT COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS

Minutes of Meeting of September 20, 1963



The Committee met at 9:00 A.M. in Mr. E. L. Cord's

Office at 200 Court Street, Reno. Present were

Board of Regents members, Dr. Louis Lombardi and Mr.

Proctor R. Hug, Jr.; public members, Mr. Julius Bergen

and Mr. E. L. Cord; Ex Officio members, President

Charles J. Armstrong and Business Manager N. D. Hum-

phrey. Representing the First National Bank of Nevada

were Mr. R. O. Kwapil, Vice President and Sr. Trust

Officer, and Mr. J. C. Troyer, Trust Officer. Mrs.

Molly Magee, Regent, also attended.



Mr. Kwapil reported that he had, in compliance with

the Committee's instruction:



1. Sold $80,500 par Fernley Water Bonds, 3 3/4%, var-

ious maturities, with a proceed of $78,676.16 and

bought $80,000 par U. S. Treasury Bills due 12/19/

63 (3.521 basis) at a cost of $78,576.00.



2. Had sold 273 shares of First National Bank of

Nevada @ 84 for proceeds of $22,922.84 and bought

the following:



100 Caterpillar Tractor @ 44 1/2 $ 4,491.25

100 Continental Can @ 46 1/8 4,654.56

100 Continental Can @ 47 4,742.50

100 Mc Graw Edison @ 38 1/2 3,888.25

100 J. C. Penney @ 46 3/8 4,679.69

100 United Gas @ 39 5/8 4,001.31



Total $26,457.56



Mr. Kwapil also reported that he had not yet sold the

Henderson bonds due to lack of a legal opinion, but

that he believed an opinion would soon be available.



The Committee agreed that in the event rights or

fractional shares are received by the agent which

require action prior to the next meeting, action may

be taken after circulating a memo of explanation to

the Committee and receipt of at least three affirmative

votes.



The purchase of property in the vicinity of the Uni-

versity for later resale to the University was discuss-

ed. It was the consensus that this should not be done.

Mr. Humphrey was requested to determine whether or not

property taxes would be paid by the University on real

property held for investment purposes. (Secretary's

note: Presently the endowment fund has but one hold-

ing of real property, the Layman Scholarship house at

1021 North Sierra. Property tax is not paid on this

property. The real estate listed in the agency report

is 1/4 of the shares of the Clay Peters Building Cor-

poration.)



Mr. Bergen suggested that the Bank's reports henceforth

show yield based on book value. It was agreed that

this would be done.



Mr. Bergen recommended that the Bank review all stock

held primarily for capital gain and make recommenda-

tions for sale. It was agreed that this would be done

and a written recommendation sent to the Committee

prior to the next meeting.



The next Committee meeting was set for 9:00 A.M.,

Tuesday, October 29, 1963, in Mr. Cord's Office, 200

Court Street.



Meeting adjourned at 10:00 A.M.



Respectfully submitted,



Neil D. Humphrey

Acting Secretary



Mr. Hug suggested the possibility of the College of Business

Administration staff assisting in the matter of University

investments.



15. Dormitory-Dining Facility, Nevada Southern



(a) President Armstrong recommended adoption of the follow-

ing resolution, required by Housing and Home Finance

Agency:



RESOLUTION #63-5



WHEREAS, Chapter 410, Statutes of Nevada, 1963, auth-

orize the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada

to construct a Dormitory-Dining facility costing

$818,000.00 at Nevada Southern, Clark County; and



WHEREAS, the cost of such building project was author-

ized thereby to be financed by issuance by the Board

of Regents, University of Nevada, of Revenue Certifi-

cates, and the amortization and payment thereof out of

proceeds derived from the use of said Dormitory-Dining

facility; and



WHEREAS, the Board of Regents, University of Nevada,

has applied for and the Housing and Home Finance Agency

has reserved $817,700 (Project CH-Nev. 7(DS)) pending

submittal of a complete application,



NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Re-

gents, University of Nevada, does hereby authorize the

submission of the College Housing Loan Application to

the Housing and Home Finance Agency and authorizes the

Chairman or Vice Chairman of the Board of Regents or

the President to execute the application and all other

documents pertinent to this project.



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

unanimously by roll call that Resolution #63-5 be

adopted.



(b) President Armstrong recommended adoption of the follow-

ing resolution, also required by Housing and Home

Finance Agency.



Mr. Grant asked that the Vice Chairman be authorized

to sign in his place, since he voted on the matter as

Officer of the Bank, so that there could be no conflict

of interest. The resolution was so worded, and pre-

sented as follows:



RESOLUTION #63-6



WHEREAS, Chapter 410, Statutes of Nevada, 1963, auth-

orizes the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada

to construct a Dormitory-Dining facility costing

$818,000.00 at Nevada Southern, Clark County; and



WHEREAS, the cost of such building project was author-

ized thereby to be financed by issuance by the Board

of Regents, University of Nevada, of Revenue Certifi-

cates, and the amortization and payment thereof out

of proceeds derived from the use of said Dormitory-

Dining facility; and



WHEREAS, the Board of Regents, University of Nevada,

has applied for and the Housing and Home Finance Agency

has reserved $817,700.00 (Project CH-Nev. 7 (DS)) pend-

ing submittal of a complete application and approval

of the final application is considered imminent and

such approval will result in a contract between the

University of Nevada and the Federal Government pro-

viding that the Government will purchase $817,700.00

of said Revenue Certificates, the University of

Nevada's obligation and indebtedness, in connection

with the financing of such construction projects; and



WHEREAS, it is necessary to have interim financing

during construction prior to the sale of the Revenue

Certificates and Bank of Nevada has tentatively agreed

to loan up to $817,700.00 for this purpose at the cur-

rent H. H. F. A. "take-out rate" (assumed to be 3.5%),

said interest to accrue from the date advances are

made under the commitment; and



WHEREAS, it is the intention of the Board of Regents,

University of Nevada, that the loan for interim financ-

ing shall be repaid to the Bank of Nevada from the

proceeds of the sale of the said Revenue Certificates

to the Government, acting through the Housing and Home

Finance Agency, or other bidder;



NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:



1. That the offer of the loan for interim financing

of such construction, upon the terms and conditions

as made by the Bank of Nevada, to the University of

Nevada be accepted upon the receipt of the approved

loan agreement from the Housing and Home Finance

Agency and its execution on behalf of the Board of

Regents.



2. That the Vice Chairman of the Board of Regents or

the President, University of Nevada, is hereby

authorized to execute all proper and necessary

documents in connection with the loan for such in-

terim financing on behalf of the Board of Regents,

University of Nevada, with the Bank of Nevada.



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

unanimously by roll call vote that Resolution #63-6 be

adopted.



16. Housing and Home Revenue Certificates, 1959



President Armstrong recommended adoption of the following

resolution, required by First National Bank of Nevada:



RESOLUTION #63-7



WHEREAS, the First National Bank of Nevada is the designated

trustee for University of Nevada Housing Revenue Certifi-

cates of 1959 (Corporation 30 account for H. H. F. A. Proj-

ect Nev. 26-CH-1 (DS));



NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Regents,

University of Nevada hereby instructs and authorizes the

First National Bank of Nevada to cremate paid coupons and

bonds on University of Nevada Housing Revenue Certificates

of 1959 commencing with Coupon No. 8 due April 1, 1963 and

bonds numbered 1 through 30, due April 1, 1963, and all

subsequent coupons and bonds paid of this issue.



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

unanimously by roll call vote that Resolution #63-7 be

adopted.



17. Intercoast Life Insurance Stock



President Armstrong recommended adoption of the following

resolution, since the University no longer participates in

group Intercost Insurance:





RESOLUTION #63-8



WHEREAS, the University of Nevada owns 17 shares of common

stock in the Intercoast Companies, Inc.; and



WHEREAS, this stock was received by the University of Nevada

due to the participation of employees in the Intercoast Life

Insurance Company medical insurance plan which is being dis-

continued;



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Regents,

University of Nevada, does hereby authorize President

Charles J. Armstrong to sell the 17 shares of common stock

in the Intercoast Companies, Inc., to sign the necessary

stock power and to deposit the proceeds of the sale in the

miscellaneous revenue account of Fund One, General Univer-

sity Operations.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried

unanimously by roll call vote that Resolution #63-8 be

adopted.



18. Dormitory-Dining Facility, Nevada Southern



President Armstrong presented the following recommendations

from Mr. Humphrey, and recommended that they be approved:



a) Employment of Dawson, Nagel, Sherman & Howard of Denver,

Colorado as Bond Counsel for the sale of $818,000 Dorm-

itory-Dining facility revenue certificates (Chapter 410,

Statutes of Nevada 1963), the proceeds of which will be

used to construct on the Nevada Southern Campus a Dorm-

itory for 120 men and women and a Dining facility seat-

ing 150 persons. Fee will be $1468 plus disbursements

(i. e., cost of telephone calls, telegrams, multilith-

ing, etc.).



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

ried unanimously by roll call vote that the recommenda-

tion be approved.



b) Employment of First National Bank of Nevada as trustee

for the $818,000 revenue certificate issue as provided

under Chapter 410, Statutes of Nevada 1963. Fee for

this service will be $750 as a set-up fee and an annual

fee of $300 for the list of the revenue certificates.



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

unanimously by roll call vote that the recommendation

be approved.



The Regents discussed the parti-sketches for the Dormitory-

Dining facility and objected to the exterior architecture

and proposed depressed location.



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

unanimously that the parti-sketches be disapproved.



19. Dormitory Project, Reno Campus



President Armstrong presented the following recommendations

from Mr. Humphrey, and recommended that they be approved:



a) Empoyment of Dawson, Nagel, Sherman & Howaard of Denver,

Colorado, as Bond Counsel for the sale of $2,400,000

Dormitory revenue certificates (Chapter 282, Statutes of

Nevada 1961), the proceeds of which will be used to ac-

quire land and construct a Dormitory or Dormitories for

560 men and women on the Reno Campus. Fee will be

$2,700 plus disbursements (i. e., cost of telephone

calls, telegrams, multilithing, etc.).



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

unanimously by roll call vote that the recommendation

be approved.



b) Employment of the First National Bank of Nevada to serve

as trustee for the $2,400,000 revenue certificate issue

as provided by Chapter 282, Statutes of Nevada 1961.

Fee for this service will be a set-up fee of $1250 and

an annual fee of $500 for the life of the certificates.



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

unanimously by roll call vote that the recommendation

be approved.



20. Personnel Recommendations



President Armstrong recommended approval of the following

personnel items:



ADMINISTRATION



Appointment as follows:



Charles H. Russell as Assistant to the President and Direc-

tor of Development at a salary rate of $10,000 based on

twelve months' service, effective August 15, 1963 (new

position).



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Appointments as follows:



Wendy Stewart as Lecturer in Agricultural Economics at a

salary rate of $8575 based on twelve months' service, ef-

fective September 9, 1963 (replacement for Wayne E. Burton).



Willa M. Huston as Assistant Home Agent, Washoe County, at

a salary rate of $6430 based on twelve months' service, ef-

fective September 1, 1963 (new position).



Theodore S. Oba as Assistant in Research in Plant Science

at an annual salary rate of $5490 based on twelve months'

service, effective August 1, 1963 (replacement for Andrew

Anderson).



COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCE



Appointments as follows:



Robert O. Hahn as Technical Assistant in Art at a salary

rate of $5300 based on twelve months' service, effective

August 16, 1963 (replacement for Don Spaulding).



William T. Daniel as Graduate Assistant in Biology at a

salary of $2300 for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement

for Darrell D. Bennett).



W. Verne Woodbury as Graduate Assistant in Biology at a

total salary of $575 for five months' service, effective

September 1, 1963 (1/4 time).



Maurice E. Sutherland as Technician in the Biology Depart-

ment at an annual salary rate of $4800 based on twelve

months' service, effective September 9, 1963 (replacement

for Bill O. Smith).



Brahama D. Sharma as Assistant Professor of Chemistry at a

salary of $7500 for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement

for Kirk Romary).



Owen Portwood as Graduate Assistant in Chemistry at a

salary of $7500 for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement

for Donald L. Tankersley).



Paul R. Scherer as Graduate Assistant in Chemistry at a

salary of $1150 for 1/4 quarter time for the academic year

1963-64 (unfilled position).



Myron L. Newell as Lecturer in Health, Physical Education

and Recreation at a salary of $7000 for the academic year

1963-64 (replacement of John Tighe).



Edwin M. Smith as Lecturer in Mathematics for the Fall sem-

ester 1963-64, at a salary of $2000 (unfilled position).



Joe C. Shafer as Graduate Assistant in Music at a salary of

$2300 for the academic year 1963-64 (new position).



David P. March as Assistant Professor of Physics at a salary

of $8000 for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement for S.

W. Leifson).



Elmer R. Rusco as Assisistant Professor of Political Science

at a salary of $7300 for the academic year 1963-64 (replace-

ment for Erwin A. Jaffe).



Robert A. Gardner as Associate Professor of Psychology at a

salary of $8150 for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement

for Keith A. Murray).



Agnes Harcar as Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama at

a salary of $6700 for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement

for Arthur Hastings).



AUDIO-VISUAL CENTER



Appointment as follows:



Jerry Robinson as Specialist in Production at an annual

salary rate of $6888 based on twelve months' service, effec-

tive September 1, 1963 (replacement for Richard Sanner).



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Appointments as follows:



Richard T. Adams as Assistant Professor of Marketing at a

salary of $8000 for the academic year 1963-64 (unfilled

position).



Richard C. Minor, part-time Lecturer in Principles of Real

Estate, September 1, 1963 to January 31, 1964 - $525



Morris Everett Stafford as Lecturer in Real Estate, Septem-

ber 1, 1963 to February 1, 1964 - $525



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Appointments as follows:



Larry R. Eaton as Research Assistant in Physics at a salary

of $2500 for the academic year 1963-64 (new position).



John D. Williamson as Research Assistant in Physics at a

salary of $2300 for the academic year 1963-64 (new posi-

tion).



Bernard J. Fumagalli as Research Assistant in Chemistry

at an annual rate of $2400 based on twelve months' service,

effective September 1, 1963 (new position).



Bruce D. Evans as Graduate Research Assistant in Physics at

a salary of $2300 for the academic year 1963-64 (new posi-

tion).



Robert E. Parker as Graduate Research Assistant in Physics

at a salary of $2300 for the academic year 1963-64 (new

position).



Robert J. Morris as Consultant, July 1, 1963 to June 30,

1954 - $4800



Morton C. Wurtele as Visiting Professor, July 29 to Septem-

ber 6, 1963 - $1140.52



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Change in status as follows:



Roy De Verl Willey as Professor and Acting Dean of the

College of Education at a salary of $16,400 based on twelve

months' service, effective September 1, 1963 (replacement

for Garold D. Holstine).



Appointment as follows:



Paul L. Ward as Assistant Professor of Secondary Education

at a salary of $7500 for the academic year 1963-64 (new

position).



4 appointments for the 1963 Summer School.



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Appointments as follows:



Farouk H. Al-Hadi as part-time Lecturer in Civil Engineering

at a salary of $3100 for the academic year 1963-64 (new

position).



Bard Glenne as Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at

a salary of $7800 for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement

for Keith Yarborough).



Theodore Moleff as Technician in Electrical Engineering at

a salary of $4000 for the academic year 1963-64 (unfilled

position).



LIBRARY



Appointments as follows:



Portia Griswold as Serials Librarian at an annual salary

rate of $6600 based on twelve months' service, effective

September 15, 1963 (replacement for Robert D. Armstrong).



Charlotte J. Brown as Assistant Catalog Librarian at an

annual rate of $7000 based on twelve months' service,

effective September 1, 1963 (replacement for Dolores

Rovirosa).



Jack L. Gardner as Assistant Catalog Librarian at an annual

salary rate of $6480, effective September 16, 1963 (replace-

ment for Simon Chen).



Michael P. Keenan as Assistant in the Engineering Library

at a salary rate of $4500 based on twelve months' service,

effective September 3, 1963 (new position).



Fredericka S. Mumpire as Government Publications Assistant

at a salary rate of $4500 based on twelve months' service,

effective July 29, 1963 (new position).



John G. Folks as Technical Assistant, August 1 to December

31, 1963 at a salary of $1275 (new position).



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Sick Leave as follows:



On July 29, 1963, Professor Lon Mc Girk suffered a cerebral

embolism, secondary to auricular fibrillation, and has been

confined to the hospital since that time. In accordance

with Faculty Bulletin #792, salaried sick-leave for Profes-

sor Mc Girk was approved for a total of 30 working days,

which expired on September 10, 1963. Professor Mc Girk's

attending Physician, Dr. L. E. Lombardi, certifies that

his recovery will be long and very indefinite, and accord-

ingly, President Armstrong recommended that the Board

approve extended salaried sick-leave for a total of 12

months, if necessary, including the initial 30 working days

of illness.



NEVADA SOUTHERN



Appointments as follows:



Robert W. Bacigalupo as Lecturer in Chemistry at a salary

of $6895 for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement for

Duncan Cleaves).



Richard P. Sorensen as Lecturer in Accounting at a salary

of $525 for the Fall semester, 1963-64.



William N. Willard as Lecturer in Commercial Art at a salary

of $675 for the Fall semester 1963-64.



Edwin A. Horn as Lecturer in Mathematics at a salary of $525

for the Fall semester 1963-64.



Olive E. Faisy as Teacher-Coordinator in X-Ray Technician

Program at a salary of $5000 for the academic year 1963-64.



Reuben Neuman as Assistant Director of Business Administra-

tion Seminars, August 15, 1963 to January 15, 1964 - $400



Gary K. Roberts as Lecturer in History at a salary of $6500

for the academic year 1963-64 (replacement for Charles

Frazier).



Clifford Segerblom as Lecturer in Art at a salary of $675

for the period September 12, 1963 to January 22, 1964.



Ross Newman Tucker to act as Nevada Southern News and Infor-

mation Service at a salary of $1850 for the period September

1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (replacement for Jack Oaks).



2 appointments in the Off-Campus Program.



STATEWIDE SERVICES



Appointment as follows:



Alene Dickinson, Instructor in Nursing in the Manpower

Training Program, August 19 to September 6, 1963 - $780



4 appointments in the Off-Campus Program.



STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN THE BASIC SCIENCES



Change in membership as follows:



Resignation of Joe Moose, effective November 1, 1963, for

personal reasons, and appointment of Dean Thomas D. O'Brien

to serve in his place.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried

unanimously that the personnel recommendations be approved.



21. 1964 Summer School



Dr. Armstrong reported that on a number of occasions, former

Dean Garold Holstine recommended consideration of the trans-

fer of administrative responsibility for the Summer School

Program to the Division of Statewide Services. Due to Dean

Holstine's resignation and the forthcoming absence on leave

of Mr. Dankworth, Assistant Director of Summer School, ar-

rangements for the 1964 Summer School need to be made now.

Accordingly, responsibility for the development and admin-

istration of the 1964 Summer School Program has been trans-

ferred to Statewide Services, subject to confirmation by

the Board of Regents.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Anderson, carried

unanimously that the Board ratify the transfer of Summer

School 1964 as indicated.



22. Transfers from 1962-63 Contingency Reserve Account



a) President Armstrong reported the following transfers

of $2000 or less from the 1962-63 Contingency Reserve

Account, General University Operation Fund:



#188 $198.86 to Business Manager to provide for

classified salaries (due partly to transfer

of Non-Academic Personnel Officer from Executive

Vice President).



#194 $1140.00 to Military Department, College of Arts

and Science to purchase equipment for use in

Hartman Hall.



#197 $1502.01 to Property and Fidelity Insurance

Account. Principal unbudgeted expense was

atomic reactor insurance.



#200 $62.15 to Buildings and Grounds, Reno, In-State

Travel (like amount of Out-of-State Travel trans-

ferred from Buildings and Grounds to Special

Travel).



b) President Armstrong recommended approval of the follow-

ing transfer amounts of more than $2000 from the Con-

tingency Reserve Account:



#215 $2899.80 to Library, Reno, to cover part of

overdraft in technical salaries. This resulted

from change of one professional position and two

clerical positions to technical (all in Circu-

lation Department) without a like transfer of

money at the same time. Consequently, when the

January, 1963 transfers of salary savings were

made, the Library Professional Salary Account

lost $3721.91 to the Contingency Reserve. This

transfer replaces a part of that money.



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

mously by roll call vote that the above fund transfers be

made.



The 1963 change in State Law allowed state agencies to keep

their books open until August 31. All unexpended alloca-

tions will be closed to the Contingency Reserve and then

the Contingency Reserve will be closed to Surplus. Normally

inter-college transfers could be effected to take care of

small over-expenditures but Mr. Humphrey requested, and

the President so recommended, authority to handle them

through the Contingency Reserve Account, giving a detailed

list to the Board at their next meeting and explanation of

any significant amounts.



23. Transfers from the 1963-64 Contingency Reserve Account



a) President Armstrong reported the following transfers

of $2000 or less from the 1963-64 Contingency Reserve

Account, General University Operation Fund:



#8 $495.00 to Desert Research Institute to provide

a 1/2 time Secretary to Dr. Fletcher for July,

August and September.



#9 $1277.50 to Civil Engineering Department to pro-

vide salary for Professor Bonell to assist in

moving Laboratories and equipment.



#18 $1900.00 to Buildings and Grounds, Reno, General

Repairs Account to provide part (42%) of cost of

remodeling Clark building Reading Room for

Statewide Services Office.



#20 $1000.00 to Buildings and Grounds, Reno Office

and Other Equipment Account, to purchase furni-

ture for College of Agriculture conference room.



#30 $1000.00 to Speech and Drama Department for wages

to provide part-time assistance for general Uni-

versity use of Church of Fine Arts Theatre.



#32 $1452.00 to Office of Student Affairs, Reno, to

provide additional funds needed to convert Sec-

retarial position to that of Director of Housing.



#36 $965.50 to Electrical and Nuclear Engineering to

pay for equipment ordered in 1962-63 but due to

error in Accounting Office not paid out of 1962-

63 funds; hence money reverted to Surplus.



#37 $265.51 to School of Home Economics, College of

Agriculture, to provide additional money for a

temporary Lecturer position.



#41 $1500.00 to Public Occasions Board, Reno, to

provide Clerical assistance.



b) President Armstrong recommended approval of the follow-

ing transfer amounts of more than $2000 from the Con-

tingency Reserve Account:



#10 $5800 to provide $3500 for new Secretarial posi-

tion in DRI and $2300 for change in 1963-64 con-

tract of Professor Mordy.



#24 $9170 to College of Engineering as follows:



(a) $5000 for Electrical Engineering Technical

position previously authorized, but not

funded for 1963-64 due to having been vacant

1962-63.



(b) Clerk-Steno on 9-month basis for Civil

Engineering and Electrical Engineering.



(c) $600 student labor for moving.



(d) $300 operating money for signs, name blocks,

etc., due to move.



(e) $400 for in-state travel.



#31 $8750 to President's Office to provide salary for

10 1/2 months for Assistant to the President.



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

unanimously by roll call vote that the above fund transfers

be approved.



24. Collegiate Plant Judging Team Account



In June 1961, when the books were first closed following Mr.

Humphrey's taking Office, there were a number of accounts

which had been idle for various periods of time, and which

were closed to Surplus, upon authorization by the Board of

Regents. Dean Bohmont has now requested the return of these

funds for use in defraying part of the travel costs for this

year's Plant Judging Team. Mr. Humphrey so requested, and

President Armstrong recommended the "correction" of this

transfer and authorization for Mr. Humphrey to transfer

$94.37 from Surplus to a new account, Plant Judging Team,

in Fund Group 51.



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

ly by roll call vote that the above fund transfer be auth-

orized.



25. State of Nevada Centennial Classes



Since the first graduating class from Nevada Southern will

occur next Spring, during the centennial year of the State

of Nevada, Dean Carlson had suggested that the class be

designated the State of Nevada Centennial Class. President

Armstrong discussed the proposal and recommended that the

classes from both Campuses be so designated.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that the 1964 graduating classes of both the

Reno Campus and the Las Vegas Campus be designated "State

of Nevada Centennial Classes".



26. William Elwell Family



Upon suggestion by Mrs. Magee, it was agreed that a letter

be written to Mrs. Elwell, to be signed individually by

each Regent, the President and the Secretary, expressing

symphathy in the loss of Mr. Elwell, and appreciation for

his service.



The Board recessed at 12 noon for luncheon in the Dining Commons.



The recessed meeting was called to order by the Chairman at 1:30

P.M. All Regents were present who attended the morning session,

also Dr. Young, Mr. Rogers, Mr. Humphrey, Mr. Laxalt and Presi-

dent Armstrong.



27. Dormitory, Reno Campus



Mr. Rogers presented and discussed plans for the Dormitory

to be constructed on property on North Virginia Street,

across from the present Campus. The plan is for three

buildings on the property, but the proposal at the present

time is for one Dormitory on one end of the property.

Later a second Dormitory is planned on the other end of

the lot, leaving the middle portion for a third building

or for an open area. Legislation at the last session,

Chapter 282, called for a Dormitory for approximately 300

men and a Dormitory for approximately 300 women. The Uni-

versity plan is for both to be housed in the one building.

HHFA has stipulated that two separate buildings be con-

structed, one for men and one for women. The Attorney

General has reviewed the matter and advises that the only

recourse is corrective legislation.



The Regents discussed the housing of both men and women

in the same building, and agreed informally to have the

architect, and Mr. Kersey, Chairman of the Faculty Commit-

tee, explain the plans and the reasoning in regard to two

sexes in the one building.



28. Association of Governing Boards Meeting



Mrs. Magee discussed the meeting to be held in Pennsylvania,

October 16-18, and urged that as many members of the Board

attend as possible to become familiar with the organization

and its proceedings. This would be of value in planning

the meeting to be held in Reno, May 10-12. Dr. Anderson

and Mrs. Magee agreed definitely to attend as representa-

tives of the Board of Regents. Dr. Young will represent

the University Administration.



Mrs. Magee reported on arrangements for the Spring meeting

in Reno. After checking with the local large hotels, she

recommended that the Holiday be the headquarters hotel be-

cause of available meeting rooms, parking, luncheon facil-

ities, and other services which the hotel will provide.

She also suggested that the Riverside be contacted in re-

gard to arrangements for overflow attendance. These plans

were agreed to informally and Mrs. Magee was authorized to

proceed as outlined.



The meeting adjourned at 2:20 P.M. The next meeting was set for

Saturrday, December 7, 1963, in Reno.



A. C. Grant

Chairman



Alice Terry

Secretary

09-21-1963