UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
Volume 6 - Pages 110-111
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
September 30, 1948
The meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Regents
was called to order by Chairman Ross at 10:30 A.M. in the Presi-
dent's office for the purpose of discussing the budget for the
biennium 1949-50. Present: Regents Henningsen, Hilliard, Ross;
Comptroller Gorman and President Moseley.
Following a general discussion opened by President Moseley,
motion by Mr. Hilliard passed unanimously that the President
and the Comptroller be directed to prepare the budget for the
biennium 1949-50, using salary brackets as proposed by President
Moseley, as follows:
Instructors $2400 to $3600
Assistant Professors 3600 to 4400
Associate Professors 4400 to 5200
Professors 5200 to 6000
and that this budget be submitted to the Board of Regents at
their regular meeting on October 29.
President Moseley was directed to prepare a recommendation for
the Regents meeting on October 29 covering salaries of adminis-
trative officers of the University, taking into consideration
their 12 months service.
Dining Hall - President Moseley reported that a student group
composed of Presidents of Residence Halls has been appointed as
ex-officio members of the Dining Hall Committee for the purpose
of promoting a better understanding between the administrative
Dining Hall Committee and the student groups.
Use of the New Gymnasium - It was the unanimous opinion of the
Board that only such sports and athletic exhibitions as are under
the auspices of the University of Nevada and for the benefit of
the University should be held in the new Gymnasium, with the ex-
ception of the high school basketball tournaments.
Mr. Ross was authorized to sign the agreement sent to the Univer-
sity by the War Assets Administration accepting 266 feet of 8-
inch pipe, previously allocated to the Fernley schools.
The following claims were presented by the Comptroller and ap-
proved by the Executive Committee:
List No. 3, dated September 30, 1948, Regents Checks
Nos. 89-45 to 89-74, inclusive, for a total of $204,341.87.
List No. 3, dated September 30, 1948, State Claims
Nos. 89-40 to 89-60, inclusive, for a total of $73,579.73.
Dr. Gorman reported that a meeting has been arranged with the
State Planning Board for October 8th at 10 A.M. in Carson City.
The meeting adjourned at 12 noon.