10/04/1968

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
October 4-5, 1968








10-04-1968

Pages 50-85

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

October 4-5, 1968



The Board of Regents met on the above dates in the D. C. Moyer

Campus Student Union, Nevada Southern University.



Members present: Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Chairman

Mr. Thomas G. Bell (for a portion of the

meeting)

Mr. Archie C. Grant

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr.

Dr. Louis Lombardi

Mr. Paul Mc Dermott

Mr. R. J. Ronzone

Mr. Albert Seeliger

Dr. Juanita White



Members absent: Mr. Harold Jacobsen

Mrs. Molly Knudtsen



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President N. Edd Miller (UN)

Vice President Donald H. Baepler (NSU)

Vice Chancellor Wendell A. Mordy (DRI)

Dr. Patrick Squires (DRI)

Mr. Edward Pine

Mr. Herman Westfall

Mr. Daniel Walsh

Mr. Edward Olsen

Mr. Mark Hughes



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Anderson at 3:05 P.M.



1. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting



Chancellor Humphrey requested that the minutes be corrected

as follows:



Pages 40-41, delete the names of Fredessa Turner Jordan

and Lucille M. Lehman from the list of candidates for

graduation from NSU. Information from the Registrar

of NSU indicates that these students failed to meet

the requirements.



Dr. Squires requested that his remarks, Page 21, be amended

to substitute the words "taken over" for the word "stolen".



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

out dissent that the minutes of the meeting of August 29-30

be approved as amended.



2. Report of Gifts



Chancellor Humphrey reported the following gifts and grants

with his recommendation for acceptance by the Board.



University of Nevada



Library



Drs. Fred M. Anderson, J. Malcolm Edmiston and Frank A.

Russell, Reno - $15 in memory of Herbert Clark and Charles

Fleming.



The Honorable Howard W. Cannon, Washington, D. C. - 24

books.



Dr. M. W. Deming, Reno - copy of "Major Activities in the

Atomic Energy Programs", January - December 1961, for the

Physical Sciences Library.



Lt. Commander and Mrs. Nelson M. Gillette, Virginia Beach,

Virginia - $20 in memory of Richard C. Perry.



Mrs. Portia Griswold, Reno - 65 books.



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

Thomas Horgan.



Mrs. Ida M. Hays, Pasadena, California - $10 in memory of

Mary Eugenia Arnot Rice.



Mr. Walter J. Herz, Reno - $7.50 in memory of Fred L.

Fletcher.



Mr. Joseph Judicini, Reno - 3 volumes of "Manuel de Historia

de Espana".



Mr. J. William Myers, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania - copy of

"Green Are My Words" to the library poetry collection.



Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Pinkerton, Reno - $25 in memory of Fred

L. Fletcher.



Mr. and Mrs. Elwood T. Rose, Reno - $10 in memory of

Thomas Horgan to the Mechanical Engineering Library.



Miss Alma Schulmerich, Portland, Oregon - copy of her book,

"Josie Pearl".



Mr. and Mrs. Loring R. Williams and Family, Reno - $20 in

memory of Professor A. L. Higginbotham and Dr. Charles

Fleming.



Dr. R. E. Worley, Reno - 2 NASA publications, handbooks of

the physical properties of Venus and Jupiter, for the

Physical Sciences Library.



Miscellaneous Gifts as follows:



Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Dufau, Santa Paula, California - $1000

to the Basque Studies Program.



Mrs. John B. Garat, Jr., Hollister, California - $1000 to

the Basque Studies Program in memory of her mother and

father, Marie Balda and John Poco.



Nevada Bankers Association, Reno - $5000 to the College of

Business Administration as 2nd installment for the Nevada

Bankers Association Chair in Banking and Finance.



Nevada Farm Bureau, Sparks, $100 to the Cecil W. Creel

Memorial Fund for support of worthy projects in the College

of Agriculture.



Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Emeryville, California -

frequency analyzer to the College of Engineering, Electrical

Engineering Department, estimated value of $2000.



Allen L. Sklar, M. D., Incline Village - $50 in the name

of Dr. D. J. Zunini.



Mrs. Charles Stout, Reno - $30 to the Silas Ross, Jr.

Memorial Fund in the School of Medicine.



United Fund Medical and Health Council, Reno - $1000 to

the Department of Anatomy.



Scholarships and Prizes Payments as follows:



Alliance Francaise du Nevada, Reno - $100 for Michele

Modolo.



Anonymous - $150 Physical Education Scholarship for Diana

Oliver.



Josephine Beam Estate, Salt Lake City - $3500 as stipends

of $500 each for Richard Holmes, Brent Kolvet, Christine

Stevenson, Lynne Hall, Marilyn Hedges, Margaret Spencer

and Mark Hussman.



Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama - $500

representing a 2nd-year scholarship of a 4-year scholarship

awarded to Celeska Beall.



Crown Zellerbach Foundation, San Francisco - $500 for Mr.

Michael Goodman in Journalism.



Daughters of Penelope, Stockton, California - $200 for

Miss Theodora Koplos.



Desert Winds, Chapter of the American Business Women's

Association, Las Vegas - $100 for the Fall semester to

Miss Marta Anne de la Fuente.



Doctors' Wives of Washoe County, Reno - $1975 distributed as

follows: $1225 for renewal scholarships for Orvis School of

Nursing students Elizabeth Griffith, Elizabeth Reil, Earlene

Marion; Pre-Medical student Valerie Harnish; Physical Thera-

py student Doranna Emerson; Medical Technology students Thea

Rosevear and Theresa Ward, and $750 for 3 new scholarships

for Orvis School of Nursing students Susan Blanchard and

Marilee Cetovick; and for Physical Therapy student Terry A.

Reiley.



Mrs. Pearl Dominquez, Reno - $500 and Mrs. Vida Ray, Zephyr

Cove - $399 - scholarship to the Nevada State Children's

Home to enable Greg Anderson to attend the University.



Elks Reno Lodge No. 597, Reno - $1000 as 4 scholarships in

the amount of $250 each to Toni Bockelman, Sharon Tarner,

Nancy Wosser and William Smith.



ESTARL (Eastern Star), Fallon - $500 representing 2 scholar-

ships of $250 for Thomas Wayne Butler.



E. T. Barwick Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia - $500 for Mr.

William P. Vance.



Eugene Benjamin and Company, Sacramento - $150 for Eliza-

beth Reil.



Lompoc Booster Club, Lompoc, California - $100 Fall semester

stipend for Michael Leck.



Lompoc Senior High School, Lompoc, California - $200 for

Michael Leck.



Miss Nevada Pageant, Inc., Reno - $200 representing stipends

for Marsha Lee Williams and Diane Lynn Nelson.



Nevada Horseman's Association, Reno - $175 for Tom Wines.



Nevada State Nurses Association District #1, Reno - $250

representing a $100 stipend for Barbara Dominick and $150

to Beatrice Walker.



Newmont Mining Corporation, New York City - $650 for Warren

Hardie.



Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3, San Francisco - $500

for Steven Vicks.



Ralston Purina, St. Louis, Missouri - $500 for John Laxaque.



Reno Emblem Club 372, Reno - $200 representing stipends for

Joan Porter and Patricia Tullis.



Reno Junior Chamber of Commerce, Inc., Reno - $500 for

Greg Anderson of the Nevada State Children's Home.



The Sears-Roebuck Foundation, Los Angeles, California - $300

for Mike Brunsvold.



Steiner American Foundation, Inc., Salt Lake City - $500

for Steven Borroum.



Sierra News Company, Inc., Reno - $525 to cover expenses

for Barbara Gruenewald, Cynthia Mc Kinnon and Rickee

Sampson.



Tonopah Memorial Scholarship Association, Tonopah - $750

representing 3 scholarships to Frieda Del Papa, Steven

Hughes and Frank Cecchini.



Veterans of Foreign Wars, Ladies Auxiliary, North Las Vegas

- $150 for Robert Bruno as Fall semester stipend.



Women's Christian Temperance Union, Inc., Reno - $500 to

Albert Whitenack, Peggy Mann, David Brubaker, Alberta

Higgins, James Riley, Andrea Rosaschi.



Wooster High School, Reno - $4700 to support a number of

1968 June graduates of Wooster High School who will be

attending the University of Nevada.



K. W. or Marian Yeates, Glenbrook - $300 to Gary Nappe.



Grants as follows:



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, Reno - $104,500 for the 4th

year of the Judicial College Program, pursuant to the terms

of the Foundation's grant of March 11, 1965.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington,

D. C.



$8641 for Professional Nurse Traineeship Program, Long-

Term Academic, Orvis School of Nursing, under the

direction of Dr. Alene R. Dickinson.



$500 for allocation to the University of Nevada under

the U. S. Loan Program for Cuban Students, under the

direction of Mr. W. E. Rasmussen.



$127,180 for operation of the National Defense Student

Loan Program for the fiscal year 1969, under the di-

rection of Mr. W. E. Rasmussen.



Alumni Association Annual Giving Program, May 1, 1968 to

June 15, 1968 - Unrestricted



Miss Eva B. Adams, Reno - $20

Mrs. Helene Aldaz, Reno - $5

* Mr. David M. Allingham, Reno - $5 Library Book Fund

American Chemical Corporation - $25 (matching gift -

Harold E. Kling)

Mrs. Esther Sauer Ames, Reno - $5

Mr. Thomas W. Andreasen, Virginia City - $20

Mr. Ameglio Andreuccetti, San Jose, California - $25

* Mr. John Antonopoulos, Staten Island, New York - $60

Mechanical Engineering Scholarship (matching gift -

Corn Products Company)

Mr. Paul Argeres, Reno - $5

* Mr. Alfred W. Ashley, San Jose, California - $5 build-

ing program

Mr. and Mrs. Merle Atcheson, Reno - $20

Mr. Oliver C. Aymer, Sparks - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Backus, Santo, Brazil - $10

Mr. and Mrs. George Basta, Reno - $25

Miss Helene Batjer, Arlington, Virginia - $25

Mr. Tom Beko, Reno - $25

Mr. Roy A. Bell, San Anselmo, California - $10

Mrs. Adele N. Bender, Reno - $10

Mrs. Maria Bennett, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Benson - $25

* Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Bentzen, Asheville, North

Carolina - $5 to the Mackay School of Mines

Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Bernard, Reno - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Best, Yerington - $10

Mrs. Philip Bettler, Reno - $15

Mrs. David Bianchi, Sparks - $5

Mr. David Birch, Reno - $5

Mrs. Mabel R. Bishop, Reno - $100

Mr. Donald Bissett, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Boardman, Reno - $3

Mrs. Robin Bogich, Reno - $2

Mr. John E. Borchert, Sacramento, California - $250

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Boudwin, Reno - $5

Judge Grant L. Bowen, Reno - $5

Mrs. Marcia R. Boyne, Reno - $2

Mr. William Brackett, Reno - $2

Mr. Maurice H. Brady, Tucson, Arizona - $5

Mrs. Dorothy L. Brighton, Reno - $5

Mrs. George Browne, Reno - $5

Mr. Guenther W. Brueckner, Sparks - $5

Mr. William E. Buck, Reno - $10

* Mr. Dennis K. Burge, China Lake, California - $5

Science and Engineering

Mrs. Joe W. Burger, Reno - $5

* Mr. Charles K. Burr, Yerington - $10 College of

Agriculture

Lt. Col. Miriam L. Butler, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida -

$5

Mr. Howard M. Byars, Reno - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Byington, Minden - $10

Miss Gladys Cafferata, Reno - $5

Mr. James Grant Calhoun, Reno - $5

* Mr. Clayton A. Carpenter, Reno - $25 Medical School

Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Carrington, Reno - $10

Mrs. Edythe Carter, Reno - $2

Mrs. Tom Cates, Reno - $5

Miss Patricia E. Chaffin, Reno - $5

Mrs. Katherine D. Chambers, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy H. Chanslor, Reno - $20

Mr. Hubert B. Chessher, Reno - $25

Mrs. Paul Chimits, Reno - $5

Mrs. Nevada Christian, San Rafael, California - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cicchese, Reno - $10-

* Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Clark, Sparks - $10 Alumni

Association

Miss Kathryn I. Clark, Reno - $5

Mr. Louis Clark, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cobb, Reno - $5

Mr. Ty Cobb, Sr., Reno - $10

Mr. Gilbert F. Cochran, Sparks - $5

Mr. Donald G. Cooney, Reno - $10

Mrs. Ralph Coppola, Reno - $10

Mr. James Corica, Jr., Reno - $5

Miss Ellen O. Couch, Carson City - $3

Mr. Robert J. Covington, Sparks - $5

Mrs. Frank Cox, Sparks - $1

Mr. William E. Cozart, Reno - $5

Miss Helen Dorothy Crandall, Riverside, California - $25

Mr. Parley Croft, Reno - $5

Mr. Andrew D. Crofut, Sr., Reno - $3

Mr. A. Lynel Cunningham, Sparks - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Cunningham, Reno - $10

Mr. Kenneth Cusick, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dakin, Sparks - $5

Mrs. Alice L. Davis, Sparks - $20

Miss Sheila K. Davis, Sparks - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Willard F. Day, Reno - $1

Mrs. Betty M. de Bard, Reno - $10

Mrs. Ruth M. de Sart, Reno - $10

Mr. Melvin F. Dion, Reno - $5

Mrs. Frank di Pietro, Reno - $5

Mr. William M. Dolan, Carson City - $5

Mr. Richard T. Donovan, Reno - $5

Mr. Jarnail S. Dosanjh, Reno - $15

Dr. and Mrs. William A. Douglass, Reno - $10

Mr. Robert B. Dugdale, Reno - $5

Miss Katherine G. Dunn, Sparks - $10

Mr. and Mrs. John Dwyer, Reno - $25

Mr. Thomas K. Dye, Reno - $10

Dr. Clark F. Earl, Reno - $50

* Mr. and Mrs. William Eckhoff, Sacramento, California -

$10 College of Engineering

* Mr. Ron Einstoss, Sylmar, California - $10 Journalism

Mr. Ted G. Ensslin, Porterville, Calfornia - $10

Mr. Mahlon D. Fairchild, Reno - $5

Mr. John H. Fant, Reno - $10

Mrs. Harold Ferguson, Sparks - $1

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Ferrari, Sparks - $20

Mr. Raymond L. Finehout, Berkeley, California - $10

Mr. Robert L. Fisher, Sparks - $5

Mrs. Dorothee B. Flippo, Reno - $10

Mrs. Doris W. Folsom, Reno - $5

Mr. Frederic W. Forbusch, Stewart - $10

Mr. John W. Fordham, Reno - $5

Mrs. Leona Francy, Reno - $10

Mr. Larry E. Frantzen, Carson City - $5

Mr. Paul W. Freitag, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frenkel, Sunnyvale, California - $10

Mrs. Tennys P. Friberg, Carson City - $5

Mr. Eugene G. Fuller, Boise, Idaho - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Fulston, Smith - $25

Mr. Allen Gallaway, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Gallaway, Reno - $5

Mr. Harry E. Gallaway, Reno - $10

Mr. Nolan W. Gault, Sparks - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Geyer, Piedmont, California - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Joy Gibons, Chico - $50

Mr. Herbert W. Harbreaves, Lexington, Kentucky - $25

Mrs. Babson Harford, San Luis Obispo, California - $6

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

Mr. Howard E. Heckethorn, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. Richard Arno Herz, Reno - $5

Miss Sandra Hesse, Reno - $2

Mr. Starr Hill, Jr., Carson City - $5

Mrs. Arthur M. Hoge, Nevada City, California - $10

Mr. Edward R. Houston, Reno - $5

Mrs. Mae Howe, Reno - $5

Mr. Procter R. Hug, Sr., Reno - $10

Mr. Phil Hughes, Sparks - $10

Mrs. T. W. Imlay, Pebble Beach, California - $5

Mr. Elmer L. Isaac, Sunnyvale, California - $5

Mr. Harold J. Jacobsen, Carson City - $5

Mr. Robert D. Jeffers, Reno - $5

Mr. Gordon R. Johnson, Los Angeles - $20

Mr. Knute H. Johnson, Sacramento, California - $10

Mrs. Charlotte I. Karstens, Reno - $5

* Mr. Thomas G. Keegan, Reno - $5 Library

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kees, Reno - $5

Mrs. Chrissie Kellogg, Reno - $10

Mrs. William Kelly, Sparks - $2

Mr. William F. Kelly, Reno - $2

* Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Kendrick, Sparks - $5 School of

Home Economics Library

Mr. and Mrs. Miles B. Kennedy, Reno - $4

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Kess, Reno - $5

Mrs. Gene Kies, Carson City - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Orme J. Kilburn, Reno - $10

Mr. L. David Kiley, Reno - $10

Max Rea Kindall, Reno - $5

Mrs. Aldene King, Reno - $5

* Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kinne, Carson City - $5 Mike

Ingersoll Memorial

Mr. and Mrs. Telfer Kitchen, North Hollywood, Califor-

nia - $50

Mr. Frederick D. Koehler, Reno - $10

Mr. Ralf Kuenert, Santa Rosa - $15

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Larsen, Reno - $5

Mr. John R. Lauritzen, Annandale, Virginia - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Laveaga, Sparks - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Le Goy, Reno - $4

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Leighton, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius W. Lingenfelter, Reno - $10

Miss Grace Little, Reno - $2

Mr. Dale E. Littlejohns, Sparks - $5

Mr. Ted H. Lokke, Reno - $5

Miss Jacqueline Lopez, Reno - $5

Mr. Paul Lumos, Sparks - $5

Mr. Richrd Lund, Sparks - $5

Mr. Del Machabee, Reno - $10

Mr. Gary Machabee, Reno - $5

Miss Risa Anne Mackay, Reno - $5

Mr. George M. Maclean, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Madsen, Reno - $5

Mr. William Magee, Reno - $5

Mrs. Helen S. Maloney, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Markwell, Reno - $10

Mr. Phinnie Marsh, Reno - $5

Mr. George E. Martin, Arlington, Virginia - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Martinelli, Reno - $10

* Mrs. John Matley, Reno - $10 Bixby-Boardman Memorial

Fund

Mrs. Jessie Gulling Mc Carthy, Reno - $5

* Mr. and Mrs. Lyle O. Mc Cartney, Fernley - $20 Agri-

culture Library

Mrs. Patricia Mc Collum, Sparks - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Mc Gehee, Reno - $5

Mr. Gene Mc Kenna, Reno - $10

* Mrs. J. A. Mc Kinnon, San Mateo, California - $50 to

the Mabel Mc Vicar Batjer Scholarship

Mr. Howard F. Mc Kissick, Jr., Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Angus Mc Leod, Carson City - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Means, Reno - $5

Mr. Vernon M. Meiser, Reno - $10

Mr. Peter M. Menicucci, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. James Mercer, Gautier, Mississippi - $5

Mr. Richard L. Miolini, Reno - $5

* Mr. and Mrs. James S. Morrison, Bridgeton, Missouri -

$15 Alumni Association

Dr. Roger B. Morrison, Golden, Colorado - $25

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Nelson, San Rafael, Califor-

nia - $5

Mr. Jerry J. Newlin, Lacey, Washington - $5

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Newman, Reno - $25

Mr. Leonard W. Noblitt, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nolte, Sunnyvale, California - $5

Mr. Miles H. North, Tulsa, Oklahoma - $25

Mr. William J. Norton, Reno - $25

Mrs. Helen J. Norvell, Carson City - $2.50

Mr. Blaine R. Oakey, Reno - $10

* Miss Barbara A. Olesen, Richmond, California - $100

for purchase of Psychology reference materials in

memory of Dr. James Young

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Orlich, Reno - $50

Mr. Robert S. Parker, Annandale, Virginia - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perkins, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Jarold W. Pepple, $10

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pine, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Potts, Reno $5

Mrs. Winifred E. Rackley, Reno - $25

Mr. Donald E. Ramelli, Reno - $15

Mr. Homer J. Raycraft, Reno - $5

Mr. Edward H. Robertson, Reno - $100

Mr. John E. Robinson, Reno - $10

Mr. Harvey N. Rose, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Ross, Reno - $10

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

Mr. Robert Rusk, Reno - $10

Mr. Irving J. Sandorf, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Sanford, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schebler, Reno - $5

Mr. Russell Schooley, Reno - $10

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

- $40

Mr. J. Douglas Seifers, Reno - $5

Mr. Abner W. Sewell, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Shanks, Sparks $5

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Simcoe, Reno - $5

Mr. Robert J. Soulages, Reno - $5

Mrs. Michael St. John, Reno - $10

Mr. George J. Stathis, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stauts, Reno - $5

Mr. Milton Steinheimer, Reno - $10

Mr. D. Keith Stephens, Reno - $5

Miss Anna Maud Stern, Reno - $2

Mr. Keith Stever, Reno - $5

* Dr. C. Kerby Stoddard, Westfield, New Jersey - $20

Library (matching gift - National Idea Foundation)

Miss Lucile Stone, Sparks - $5

Mr. Thomas H. Stoner, Reno - $50

Lt. Col. E. R. Therkelsen, Academy, Colorado - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Thompson, Reno - $10

Miss Mikell P. Tidd, Monterey, California - $10

* Miss Alice Timberlake, Reno - $10 Orvis School of

Nursing

Mr. Michael C. Tippett, Salt Lake City - $5

* Mr. John L. Tollefson, Sparks - $25 Medical School

Dr. Robert Tompson, Reno - $5

Mr. Kenneth K. Trigero, Reno - $5

Miss Margaret Turrillas, Reno - $5

Miss Alice Belle Twaddle, Sparks - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie P. Upson, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Valere C. Van Houck, Reno - $5

Mrs. Lester Van Lydegraf, Reno - $10

Mr. Harry A. Varischetti, Reno - $5

Mr. Mitchell Vuich, Reno - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Wagner, Reno - $5

Mrs. Eugene Wait, Reno - $10

Miss Inez Walker, Sparks - $10

Myneer Walker, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Waltenspiel, Reno - $10

Mr. Samuel E. Wauchope, Jr., Los Altos, California -

$10

* Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Weeds, El Cerrito, California -

$50 scholarship

Mr. John J. Welsh, Los Banos, California - $10

Mr. Ernest W. Wennerberg, Whittier, California - $5

Mr. George W. Whitehead, Nashua, New Hampshire - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Whittemore, Sparks - $50

Mrs. Harold P. Wickstrom, Thornton, Colorado - $10

Mr. Hans R. Wolfe, Madrid, Spain - $100



* Restricted as Noted



Nevada Southern University



Library



Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Adams, Las Vegas - $17



Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cahlan, Las Vegas - $5 in memory of

Mrs. Meyer.



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

Siefert, Las Vegas - $20 in memory of Mrs. Ruby White.



Executives' Secretaries, Inc., Las Vegas - $5 in memory

of Mrs. Kay Tihista.



Mr. and Mrs. Harley E. Harmon, Las Vegas - $50 in memory

of Mr. Ben Jaffe and Mrs. Ruby White.



Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones, Memphis, Tennessee - $10 in memory

of Mr. Albert Edmunds Cahlan.



Mrs. Lorraine M. Lail, Denver, Colorado - $5 in memory of

Mr. Paul Hahn.



Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Leary, San Francisco - $5 in memory

of Mr. A. E. Cahlan.



Mrs. G. Robert Lewis, Signal Mountain, Tennessee - $10 in

memory of Mr. Ted Brandt.



Mr. Paul Mc Dermott and Mr. Frank C. Kerestesi, Cragin &

Pike, Las Vegas - $25 in memory of Mr. Ted H. Brandt.



Mr. Albert H. Purdue, Las Vegas - $15 in memory of Mrs.

Robert Belliveau.



Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Richardson and Mrs. Will Beckley,

Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Mrs. Ruby White.



Mr. and Mrs. Garland Ronnow, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of

Mr. A. E. Cahlan.



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

Lizzie Bell Kaltenborn, Mrs. Josephine Sinderson, Mrs.

Ruby White and Mrs. Sue H. Ronnow.



Performing Arts Center



Doctors Joseph and Nancy Leveque, Las Vegas - $250

Dr. Roland E. Mc Clain, Las Vegas - $250

Ross, Snyder, Goodman & Bryan, Las Vegas - $100



Football Gift Account



Dr. and Mrs. James Barger, Las Vegas - $1000

Briare/Felgar Insurance, Las Vegas - $1000

Gawinn B. Gardner, M. D., Las Vegas - $600

Mr. Donald S. Gilday, Las Vegas - $1000

Dr. William Harris, Las Vegas - $500

Theodore Jacobs, M. D. and Parvin M. Jacobs, M. D.,

Las Vegas - $1000

Mr. Calvin C. Magleby, Las Vegas - $300

Mr. Joseph S. Pavlikowski, Las Vegas - $1000

Mr. Edward Torre, Las Vegas - $500

University Rebels Club, Las Vegas - $100



Scholarships and Prizes Payments as follows:



Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Washington, D. C. - $200



Desert Winds, Chapter of the American Business Women's

Association, Las Vegas - $300



General Henry H. Arnold Educational Funds Committee, Educa-

tional Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey - $2000



Henderson Business and Professional Women's Club Scholar-

ship, Henderson - $100



International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Las Vegas

- $1000



Jewish War Veterans, Las Vegas - $1443



Kiwisar Scholarship Committee, Las Vegas - $1000



La Sertoma Club, Las Vegas - $100



Las Vegas Shrine Club, Las Vegas - $500



Nevada Resort Association, Las Vegas - $1100



Nevada Telephone-Telegraph Company, Reno - $250



Rowan Drilling Company, Inc., Fort Worth, Texas - $500



Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital, Las Vegas - $150



Steiner American Foundation, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah -

$500



Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund Scholarship,

American Business Women's Association, Kansas City, Mis-

souri - $250



Sunrise Hospital Women's Auxiliary Scholarship, Las Vegas -

$400



Tonopah Memorial Scholarship Association, Tonopah - $500



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

without dissent that the gifts and grants be accepted and

the Secretary be requested to send notes of thanks to the

donors.



3. Report of Personnel Appointments



Chancellor Humphrey presented the following list of person-

nel appointments made during the previous month:



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Ann M. Chapman, Assistant Professor of Home Economics, for

the academic year 1968-69 - $8500 (replacement for A.

Betschart)



Robert R. Hartman, Graduate Assistant in Extension (Animal

Science) 1/3 time, 9-16-68 to 6-15-69 - $1499.40



James C. Heidker, Graduate Assistant in Bio-Chemistry for

the academic year 1968-69 - $3750



Peyton B. Hudson, Assistant Professor of Home Economics

and Extension, 9-1-68 to 6-30-69 at an annual rate of

$11,370 (replacement for Rosalie Haines)



Gary Bruce Muckel, Graduate Research Assistant in Plant,

Soil and Water Science for the academic year 1968-69 -

$3750



Mary Dixie Ostvig, Lecturer in Home Economics for the

academic year 1968-69 - $8175 (replacement for M. J.

Meyerholz)



Thomas Andrew Reeve, Jr., Agronomist in Plant, Soil and

Water Science, 8-19-68 to 6-30-69 at an annual rate of

$9030 (replacement for Roy K. Peterson)



Karmen J. Setty, Home Economics Extension Specialist, 1/2

time for the academic year 1968-69 - $4087 (partial re-

placement for Marilyn Meeuwig)



Margery M. Stephens, Graduate Research Assistant in Home

Economics for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500



Walter C. Wilson, Lecturer in Resource Economics, Agri-

cultural Economics and Agricultural Education, 9-1-68 to

6-30-69, at an annual rate of $10,980 (new position)



George Zappatini, Adjunct Associate Professor of Forestry

for the academic year 1968-69 (new adjunct position)



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Daniel S. Augustine, Graduate Assistant in Music, Fall

semester - $1250 (new position)



Michael Baker, Graduate Assistant in Chemistry for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2900 (replacement for Thomas Metz)



Leonard F. Bertain, Instructor in Physics, part-time for

the academic year 1968-69 - $1000 (new, temporary position)



Phil Easton Bryan, Graduate Assistant in History for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Ruth Ross)



Peter L. Comanor, Assistant Professor of Biology for the

academic year 1968-69 - $8825 (replacement for Keith R.

Price)



Jerald A. Devore, Postdoctoral Fellow in Chemistry, 9-1-68

to 6-30-69 and 7-1-69 to 8-31-69 at an annual rate of $7700

(new, temporary research position)



Emery Sanborn Fletcher, Adjunct Assistant Professor of

Physics for the academic year 1968-69 (new adjunct position)



Thomas Arthur Graham, Graduate Assistant in Physics for

the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Michael

Hislop)



Donald Lynn Hardesty, Assistant Professor of Anthropology

for the academic year 1968-69 - $9150 (replacement for

Floyd Sharrock)(contingent upon completion of all require-

ments for Ph. D. by September 1, 1968)



Francesco Manca, Instructor in Foreign Languages for the

academic year 1968-69 - $7525 (replacement for Antonio

Cirurgiao)



Mary Elizabeth Manning, Graduate Assistant in Foreign

Language for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (new

position)



William S. Miners, Graduate Assistant in Psychology for

the academic year 1968-69 - $2700 (replacement for David

Thompson)



Norma Jean Nelson, Graduate Assistant in English for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Wayne

Knight)



Roberta Kiefer Orcutt, Assistant Reference Librarian, 1/2

time for the academic year 1968-69 - annual rate $8250

(replacement for Hilda Joftis, transferred to Catalog

Department)



Louis B. Richmond, Lecturer in Music for the academic year

1968-69 - $8500 (replacement for Geoffrey Rutkowski)



Roberta Ann Richter, Graduate Assistant in Mathematics for

the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for William

Jacky)



Lee Watkins Walsh, Graduate Assistant in English for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Maria Vogl)



Jeanette N. Wheeler, Assistant Professor of Biology, 1/2

time for the Fall semester - $2287.50 (partial replacement

for Ira La Rivers on Sabbatical)



Mary Emma Williams, Graduate Assistant in Biology for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Diane

Freeman)



Jack Roman Woodyard, Instructor in Physics, part-time for

the academic year 1968-69 - $1350 (new, temporary replace-

ment for NTI Program)



Mohammed A. Shah, Instructor in Political Science for the

academic year 1968-69 - $8500 (temporary replacement for

James Roberts on leave)



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Roger Allen Bergmann, Graduate Assistant in Accounting,

1/4 time for the academic year 1968-69 - $1250 (new,

temporary position)



Richard Vern Cotter, Associate Professor of Finance for

the academic year 1968-69 - $3000 (supplemental contract

as holder of "Nevada Bankers Association Chair of Com-

mercial Banking")



Victor Neal Eppinger, Graduate Assistant in Management, 1/4

time for the academic year 1968-69 - $1250 (new, temporary

position)



Duane Jay Hought, Graduate Assistant in Accounting for the

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



William G. Johnson, Graduate Assistant in Management, 1/4

time for the academic year 1968-69 - $1250 (new, temporary

position)



John Phillip Miller, Graduate Assistant in Marketing for

the academic year 1968-69 - $1250 (new, temporary position)



Kenneth John Orms, Graduate Assistant in Marketing for the

academic year 1968-69 - $1250 (new, temporary position)



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Dorothy P. Dansie, Graduate Assistant in Elementary Educa-

tion for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (new, temporary

position)



Curtis Loren Freemont, Graduate Assistant in General Profes-

sional Education for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (re-

placement for Cleo Belle Cooper)



Dorothy R. Kleespies, Graduate Assistant in Elementary

Education for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (new, tem-

porary position)



Ancil Carl Mc Kinney, Graduate Assistant in Elementary

Education for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (new,

temporary position)



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



James E. Schneider, Graduate Assistant in Electrical

Engineering for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (re-

placement for Bruce Fenton)



Frank Patch Way, Graduate Assistant in Electrical Engineer-

ing for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (vacant position

1967-68)



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Carlos L. Aiken, Seismological Graduate Research Assistant

in Geology-Geography for the academic year 1968-69 - $2970



George E. Brogan, Graduate Assistant in Geology-Geography

for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for

Gary Carver)



Emil F. Homuth, Seismological Graduate Research Assistant

in Geology-Geography for the academic year 1968-69 - $3164



Charles W. Schroeder, Graduate Research Assistant in Nevada

Analytical Laboratory for the academic year 1968-69 - $2750

(replacement for Merrill P. Allen)



ORVIS SCHOOL OF NURSING



Charlotte Bess Gale, Professor of Nursing, 1-1 to 6-30-69 -

annual rate of $13,050 (new position - NIMH Grant) (con-

tingent upon completion of all requirements for Ed. D.

by January 1, 1969)



Sharon Marie Cunningham, Lecturer in Nursing for the aca-

demic year 1968-69 - $7850 (replacement for Rita Henschen)



UNIVERSITY SERVICES



Robert N. Burgan, Supervisor of Children's Theatre Program,

Community Development, 8-1-68 to 5-31-69 - $4500 (new

position)



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS



Bruce Baltin, Lecturer in Hotel Administration for the

academic year 1968-69 - $8825 (new position)



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Patricia Lee Dillingham, Graduate Assistant in Physical

Education for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (unfilled

position)



COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES



Nicole Isabelle Biros, Graduate Assistant in English for

the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for James

Gault)



Janice Suzanne Jones, Graduate Assistant in English for

the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (new position)



H. Elaine Jeppesen, Graduate Assistant in English for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Jacqueline

Womble)



Meredith Kay Rodriques, Graduate Assistant in English for

the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (new position)



COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Robert Brown Patten, Graduate Assistant in Physics for

the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Dimitrios

Bozinis)



Donald Kenneth Pennelle, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

for the academic year 1968-69 - $8825 (replacement for R.

Smith)



COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Richard Franklin Wright, Instructor in Political Science

for the academic year 1968-69 - $8825 (replacement for

Frederick Hetter)



Richard H. Brooks, Acting Museum Director and Assistant

Research Professor for the fiscal year 1968-69 - $2745

(annual base $10,980, 3/4 funded by DRI and 1/4 by NSU)



COLLEGE OF GENERAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES



Lois Mellquist Hunt, Instructor in Nursing for the academic

year 1968-69 - $6550 (unfilled position)



LIBRARY



Dorothy Mae Hamel, Acquisitions Librarian, 9-16-68 to

6-30-69 - $5944.88 (annual base $7470) (replacement for

Stephen Powell, resigned)



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Lawrence C. Dickman, Research Assistant, 9-16-68 to 1-31-69

- $2610



Bang-Yaw (Jackson) Chin, Graduate Research Assistant for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500



Wen-Ho Chu, Graduate Research Assistant for the academic

year 1968-69 - $2500



Michael J. Gora, Graduate Research Assistant for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500



John D. Presley, Graduate Research Assistant for the aca-

demic year 1968-69 - $2900



Surendra Shrivastava, Graduate Research Assistant for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500



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

without dissent that the personnel appointments be approved.



4. Approval of Check Registers



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the check

registers as submitted by the Office of the Business

Manager, UN (filed with permanent minutes).



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

without dissent that the check registers be approved as

submitted.



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



Vice President Baepler reported that bids were opened on

September 6 for dairy products to be sold through the Snack

Bar of the Campus Student Union. Results of the bids, based

on estimated purchases through December 30, 1968, were as

follows:



Anderson Dairy $16,796.59

Arden Farm Company 16,553.16

Hiland Dairy 16,104.00

Meadow Gold Dairy 16,030.08



Mr. Westfall reported that the Dairy Commission has indicat-

ed that the prices bid are below the standard price and an

adjustment must be made. However, he noted that Meadow

Gold Dairy would still be the low bidder and recommended

the contract be so awarded in the adjusted amount of

$16,171.10.



Vice President Baepler and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the contract for dairy products be

awarded as recommended.



6. Payment for Professional Accounting Services



Dr. Baepler reported that in the Spring of 1968, it was

necessary to have a complete independent audit of NSU

registration figures before bond counsel could issue an

opinion on the Chemistry building revenue bond issue.

This work was done under the direction of Kafoury, Arm-

strong, Bernard and Bergstrom, and included work by the

Las Vegas firm of Bunker Jones & Co. The bill for these

services is $2240 and, although an unbudgeted expenditure,

would be a legitimate charge against the project account.

However, he noted that the project account is fully com-

mitted and recommended payment be made from the NSU Capital

Improvement Fee Fund.



Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



7. Estimative Budgets for Off-Campus Extension, NSU



Dr. Baepler requested approval of a 1968-69 estimative

budget totaling $60,000 for the newly organized NSU Off-

Campus Extension Division (budget filed with permanent

minutes).



Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the estimative budgets be approved

as submitted.



8. Nursing Television Program



Dean Elmore, Orvis School of Nursing, presented a progress

report on the Inter-Campus Nursing Education Project.

(Complete report on file in the Chancellor's Office.)

Dean Elmore stated that she believed that the purposes

of the project are being accomplished and that continued

cooperation between the staffs of the Orvis School of

Nursing, UN, and the College of General and Technical

Studies, NSU, will be a determining factor in the success

of this pilot program in closed circuit television teach-

ing. This project is underwritten by the Division of

Nursing, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, for

a period of 4 years for over $700,000. It has provided

the means for extending the first 3 years of the baccalau-

reate program in Nursing to NSU and the first year of the

associate degree program in Nursing to UN, thus avoiding

the duplication of costly programs.



Mr. Bell entered the meeting.



9. Student Health Service, UN



President Miller discussed the reports which had been dis-

tributed to the Board concerning the Student Health Service

at the University (reports on file in the Chancellor's Of-

fice). The reports, one from a University Committee ap-

pointed by President Miller, and the other by a Committee

of the Washoe County Medical Society, contained a number

of recommendations concerning the Student Health Service.

President Miller noted that many of the recommendations

had already been implemented and that efforts would con-

tinue to fully implement all the recommendations. President

Miller also expressed appreciation to the groups who had

submitted the reports.



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

dissent that the reports be accepted and that an expression

of appreciation be sent to the two groups on behalf of the

Board of Regents.



10. Management Development Program



President Miller presented a proposal that a Management

Development Program be established as a separate Division

of General University Extension at the University of Nevada.

He proposed that this Division work in cooperation with and

parallel to the Division of Continuing Education, working

closely with the State Personnel Office in the development

of an in-service training program for that agency. (Details

of the proposal are filed with the permanent minutes.)

President Miller further proposed that John Eberhardt be

appointed as Director of the Program for one year.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the proposal as

outlined by President Miller. The appointment of Mr.

Eberhardt as Director of the Program does not require the

Chancellor's review.



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

out dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



11. Purchases in Excess of $5000, UN



A. President Miller presented a request from the UN Library

that they be authorized to purchase from Dorothy

Bartlett and Margaret Thornton the papers, books,

records and other materials of the late Judge George

Bartlett for the sum of $15,000. President Miller

stated that a $500 deposit was given to the owners by

the Friends of the University Library to ensure the

University's exclusive right to purchase for a period

of 6 months ending October 6, 1968. He further noted

that the Friends have raised an additional $855.50

toward the purchase price and it is expected that the

Friends, the Alumni Association and other donors will

be able to raise sufficient funds to replace the funds

expended by the University for the purchase of this

material. He requested authorization to commit $2490

of the General Gifts Fund (Library) and $11,154.45

from the General Book Fund to complete the purchase.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the purchase

as requested.



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

carried without dissent that the UN Library be author-

ized to purchase the Bartlett Papers in the amount of

$15,000.



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

September 3 for 2 analyzer systems for the Physics

Department:



Nuclear Data, Inc. $12,425

Victorian Instrument Division 15,510

Packard Instrument Co. 23,650



He recommended award to Nuclear Data, Inc. President

Miller and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

carried without dissent that the bid of Nuclear Data,

Inc. be accepted and that a contract issued in the

amount of $12,425 for the purchase of 2 analyzer

systems for the Physics Department.



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

September 17 for the purchase of a hydraulic system

and a backhoe for a B & G tractor:



Springmeyer Equip. Co., Reno $ 7,856.66

Farmer Mach. & Supply Co., Reno 8,138.00

Sierra Machinery Co., Reno 8,230.62



Mr. Pine stated that the Springmeyer bid did not meet

specifications and recommended that the bid of Farmer's

Machinery and Supply be accepted. President Miller

and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

ried without dissent that the bid of Farmer's Machin-

ery and Supply Co. be accepted and a contract issued

in the amount of $8138.00.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried without

dissent that the Supplemental Agenda, submitted by Chancellor

Humphrey, be approved for consideration.



D. Mr. Pine reported that the Chemistry Department has

requested the purchase of an automatic Digital Readout

Polarimeter. An extensive investigation of various

manufacturers has been conducted and the Chemistry

Department has requested that Model 1141, manufactured

by the Perkin-Elmer Corporation, be purchased. Perkin-

Elmer Corporation is the only source and has confirmed

a price of $6985 in a quotation.



Mr. Pine recommended that the item be purchased from

Perkin-Elmer Corporation. President Miller and

Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above purchase be approved.



12. Plant and Property, UN



A. Physical Science Complex, Phase I



Chancellor Humphrey reported that bids for this program

were opened September 12 by the State Planning Board.

He noted that an analysis of the bids was mailed to all

Regents and written confirmation of award was received

from a majority of the Regents. He recommended that

the Board confirm its approval of award of the contract

to Jacobsen Construction Co., Salt Lake City, for the

base bid plus alternates 1 through 9 for a total con-

tract of $3,554,100. Approval of the award has been

given by the State Planning Board and the Office of

Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be ap-

proved.



Dr. Anderson referred to a telegram which had been re-

ceived from an unsuccessful sub-contractor. Mr. Pine

recommended that since this was a State Planning Board

job, the telegram be referred to Mr. Hancock of the

Planning Board for response.



B. Advance Planning, College of Education Building



President Miller noted that Dean Cain, Mr. Edward Pine,

and a special committee of the College of Education

faculty have met with Mr. Ferris of Ferris and Erskine,

A. I. A. He added that Mr. Pine and Dean Cain have

also met with Mr. Hancock, Manager of the State Plan-

ning Board. President Miller recommended that, in view

of the fact that these meetings resulted in satisfactory

understandings concerning advance planning for this

facility, including the use of special program con-

sultants, the previous staff recommendations be with-

drawn (see minutes of August 29-30, 1968) and the firm

of Ferris and Erskine be approved for advance planning

of this facility. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



C. Mr. Pine presented a map outlining property in the Reno

area which had been the subject of a rezoning request

to the Regional Planning Commission. He stated that he

had appeared before the Commission on September 16 to

protest on behalf of the University this proposed

change.



Chancellor Humphrey noted that Mr. Pine's appearance

was in conformity with existing Board policy.



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

ried without dissent that the Board go on record as

approving Mr. Pine's protest in this matter and that

it reaffirm its earlier position concerning changes

in zoning of property in the areas surrounding the UN

Campus.



D. Right of Way at Stead Campus



Mr. Pine noted that a 20-foot right of way has been

requested by Sierra Pacific Power Company at the Stead

Campus (NW 1/4, Section 32, T21NR19E), for a total

length of 1100 feet. The area will be used to construct

and maintain a 60 KVA power line to furnish power to

the Stead Campus and the Lear Enterprises.



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval of the request for right of way.



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

without dissent that the right of way be granted as

requested.



E. Proposed Names for Buildings at Stead Campus



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that at its July meeting,

the Board had received a proposal from President Miller

for the naming of buildings at the Stead Campus. Action

was deferred to permit time to review the proposed

names.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the proposed names

be approved as submitted except for those buildings

assigned to DRI. He requested that DRI present sugges-

tions for the buildings which they occupy.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be ap-

proved and the buildings at the Stead Campus be named

as follows:



Administrative and Instructional Buildings (named for

Nevada representatives to Congress):



Pres. Bldg. # 3300

Facility Gymnasium

Prop. Name Worthington Gymnasium



Pres. Bldg. # 3303

Facility General University Extension

Prop. Name Ashley General University Extension



Pres. Bldg. # 4400

Facility Student Union Building

Prop. Name Woodburn Student Union Building



Pres. Bldg. # 5205

Facility Engineering Design Technology

Prop. Name Wren Engineering Design-Technology

Building



Pres. Bldg. # 4401

Facility Dining Hall

Prop. Name Daggett Dining Commons



Pres. Bldg. # 5301

Facility Theatre

Prop. Name Cassidy Theatre



Pres. Bldg. # 5302

Facility Electronics Technology

Prop. Name Bartine Electronics Technolody

Building



Pres. Bldg. # 5304

Facility General University Extension

Prop. Name Newlands General University Extension

Building



Pres. Bldg. # 5501

Facility G. U. E. Conference Center

Prop. Name Bartlett Conference Center



Pres. Bldg. # 6501

Facility N. T. I. Library

Prop. Name Van Duzer National Technical Institute

Library



Pres. Bldg. # 6502

Facility N. T. I. Offices

Prop. Name Roberts Nevada Technical Institute

Administration Building



Pres. Bldg. # 7501

Facility X-Ray Technology

Prop. Name Evans Applied Science Building



Residence Halls (to be named after Nevada Lakes):



Building # Proposed Name

---------- -------------



3302 Topaz Hall

3304 Walker Hall

3305 Mead Hall

5401 Summit Hall

5402 Tahoe Hall

5403 Mohave Hall

5502 Lahontan Hall

5503 Carson Hall



F. Progress reports were received on University Capital

Improvement Projects from Mr. Pine, Business Manager

at UN, and Mr. Hancock, Manager of the State Planning

Board (reports on file in Chancellor's Office).



13. Report of the Investment Advisory Committee Meeting of

August 30, 1968



Dr. Lombardi presented the minutes of the August 30 meeting

of the Investment Advisory Committee, as follows:



The Committee met at 12:00 Noon in the Hardy Room of the

Jot Travis Student Union. Present were: Chairman Louis

E. Lombardi, M. D.; Committee Members Thomas G. Bell,

Procter R. Hug, Jr., Mrs. Molly Knudtsen and Paul Mc

Dermott; Public Members Julius Bergen and Arthur M.

Smith, Jr. Also present were Fred M. Anderson, M. D.,

Mr. R. O. Kwapil, Mr. Walter D. Bradley, Consultant

Dr. Robert C. Weems, Jr. and Chancellor Humphrey.



Mr. Bradley discussed the Investment Review of the

University's portfolio which was distributed under date

of August 22, 1968. He recommended that the Treasury

Bills be turned over and the present liquidity of the

account maintained. Mr. Smith suggested that consider-

ation be given to the purchase of Time Certificates of

Deposit for 91 days at 5 1/2%. This matter was dis-

cussed at some length and it was finally agreed that it

would be best to keep this money in Treasury Bills at

this time.



Mr. Bradley reported that 600 plus-or-minus shares of

First Bank Corporation had been received as a usable

gift for the Performing Arts Project at Nevada Southern

University. Mr. Bradley recommended that this stock

be sold and the money reinvested in Treasury Bills and

held until needed. This was agreed to by the Committee.



Mr. Kwapil reported that the main floor of the Clay

Peters building had been leased to a restaurant opera-

tion for a gross rental of $30,000 per year for the

first year.



Mr. Kwapil reviewed the proposal of the Trust Department

of First National Bank of Nevada that the annual fee for

management of the Endowment Fund be increased from $1800

per year to $3000 per year. Chancellor Humphrey recom-

mended approval of this increase. It was agreed by the

Committee that the increase was reasonable and should

become effective on the anniversary date of the manage-

ment agreement.



Mr. Kwapil reported concerning the bequest from the

Alan Ladd Johnston estate. He estimated that the Uni-

versity of Nevada would be the recipient of approximate-

ly $665,000 when the estate is settled. It is noted

that this is a restricted endowment for scholarships.

Mr. Hug noted that we should be careful in bequests of

this type to make certain that we receive the benefit

of the tax credit. Mr. Humphrey noted that he was now

ready to involve the Attorney General's Office in re-

view of the Johnston bequest.



Mr. Humphrey reviewed the progress in the settlement

of the estate of Edith W. Albert of Des Moines, Iowa,

and noted that a formal request had been submitted by

the Attorney General's Office to the attorney for the

estate to have the Board of Regents designated as the

trustee in order that this estate might be settled.



The meeting adjourned at 1:05 P.M.



Submitted by Neil D. Humphrey, Chancellor

Investment Advisory Committee

Secretary



Chancellor Humphrey requested approval of the Committee's

recommendations.



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

without dissent that the recommendations of the Investment

Advisory Committee be approved.



14. Resolution Authorizing Transfer of Stock



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the University of Nevada

System is frequently the recipient of gifts of stock which

are intended for the benefit of either or both Campuses of

the System. He stated that the Trust Department of the

First National Bank of Nevada, under its management agree-

ment with the University, has as its nominee Tahoe & Co.

When gift stock is issued in the name of the University,

it must be transferred to Tahoe & Co. and involves the

adoption of a formal resolution by the Board of Regents.



Chancellor Humphrey requested that the Board adopt a

"blanket" resolution which would permit the necessary

stock powers to be signed transferring all stock received

to Tahoe & Co.



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

without dissent that the following resolution be adopted:



RESOLUTION #68-13



WHEREAS, the University of Nevada System frequently

receives gifts of stock for the benefit of either or

both of its Campuses; and



WHEREAS, this stock is frequently issued in the name

of the University of Nevada, Nevada Southern University,

Board of Regents, or some other title; and



WHEREAS, the First National Bank of Nevada, under its

management agreement with the University of Nevada,

uses as its nominee Tahoe & Co. and recommends that

all stock received by the University be transferred to

Tahoe & Co.



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

Regents of the University of Nevada System does hereby

authorize Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey to sign the

necessary stock powers to transfer all stock received

by the University of Nevada System, or by either of

its Campuses, to Tahoe & Co., the nominee of the Trust

Department of the First National Bank of Nevada;



AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this authorization

shall remain in force until revoked by formal resolu-

tion by the Board of Regents of the University of

Nevada System.



15. Data Processing Center



Chancellor Humphrey stated that although he was not yet

ready to make a formal report back to the Board on the

Data Processing Center, he is at present exploring addi-

tional ways of obtaining information for the Board. He

said that he has received a proposal from an outside

consultant for a management study of the Data Processing

Center.



He requested Vice Chancellor Mordy to comment on the prog-

ress of the study of a Statewide Data Processing System.

Professor Mordy deferred to Dr. Squires who stated that

DRI has been seeking to appoint a group of 3 consultants

and hopes to be able to have a meeting of this group late

in October. Chancellor Humphrey pointed out that the con-

sultant groups referred to would not overlap in function

but their progress would, of course, be coordinated. He

added that he hoped to make an additional report to the

Regents at the November meeting.



16. Student Participation in University Affairs



Chairman Anderson Suggested that the Regents should be the

leader in discussions among students, faculty and Regents

concerning the amount of student participation in Univer-

sity affairs. He requested comments from President Miller

and Vice President Baepler concerning the amount of stu-

dent participation now present on their respective Campuses.



President Miller reviewed the procedure on the UN Campus

of appointing students to membership on Campus committees,

their involvement in the development of the 10-year plan

and his practice of regularly meeting with student groups.



Dr. Baepler stated that NSU students are involved some-

what now and there is evidence that this involvement will

grow.



Joe Bell, ASUN President, spoke of the students' interest

in participating in a teacher/course evaluation program.



In response to Dr. Anderson's suggestion that an ombudsman

be discussed, Dr. Miller agreed that it was a good idea.

Dr. Baepler expressed some concern, stating that he would

prefer the students work closely with the student person-

nel officers. Dr. Miller agreed with the importance of

students dealing with student affairs officers but noted

that an ombudsman sometimes becomes a "red tape cutter"

and therefore benefits the students.



Mr. Grant suggested a committee from each Campus be estab-

lished to study this matter further. Mr. Hug agreed and

suggested that student/faculty committees be appointed on

each Campus. Mr. Ronzone said that he would prefer the

students and faculty to have separate committees.



Dr. Miller expressed concern that the development of

separate recommendations by a faculty committee and by

a student committee would result in "position papers"

which would have to be reconciled. Dr. Baepler agreed,

adding that he would prefer to see coordinated recommenda-

tions come forwrd.



Chancellor Humphrey stated that it appeared the Administra-

tion now had the advantage of the thinking of the Board of

Regents and suggested that it would be appropriate that

committees be appointed, one for each Campus composed of

both faculty and students, and that the committees proceed

to develop criteria for expanded student participation.



By consensus, it was agreed that this would be the procedure

with reports from the committees to be presented to the

Board early in 1969.



17. Summer School Budgets



Chancellor Humphrey submitted a report which proposed a

request for State assistance for Summer School beginning

with the 1969 session. He stated that it is no longer

reasonable to ask the faculty to subsidize Summer programs

by working for lower salaries than they would ordinarily

earn for regular academic year teaching and recommended

that effective Summer 1969 the Summer School salaries be

upgraded proportionately with the proposed 1969-71 salary

schedule. (Complete report, including formula for deter-

mining individual salary for Summer School teaching and

budget request for subsidy filed with permanent minutes.)



President Miller and Vice President Baepler both expressed

support of the additional request to the State Legislature

and the increase in salaries as outlined in Chancellor

Humphrey's report.



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

without dissent that the faculty salaries for Summer School

teaching be upgraded proportionately with the proposed

1969-71 salary schedule and a State appropriation be re-

quested to subsidize the Summer School programs on both

Campuses.



18. Enrollment Figures



Chancellor Humphrey noted that much attention had been

given in the Las Vegas and the Reno news media to the

enrollment figures on both Campuses and requested Presi-

dent Miller and Vice President Baepler to comment on

enrollment figures and various registration problems

encountered.



President Miller noted that the final enrollment figures

had not yet been received but noted that unofficial count

indicated that the regular enrollment is 5710 as compared

to 5081 in Fall 1967; special student enrollment is 477 as

compared to 418 in Fall 1967; the GUE enrollment of 456 as

compared to 637 in Fall 1967. He commented that the de-

crease in General University Extension was occasioned by

moving in the direction of eliminating evening division

and converting to extended day programs.



Chancellor Humphrey commented that the unofficial count

for UN regular enrollment was off by only 15 students from

the Chancellor's Office projections.



President Miller also reviewed the enrollment in Military

Science and Freshman English, in view of the changes made

by the Board concerning these two programs. He also noted

that many sections of English and History had been expanded

to accommodate increased numbers of students and the only

classes in which students were turned away were some labora-

tory classes where the number of work stations dictates the

enrollment.



Vice President Baepler reported that unofficial count of

regular students at NSU was 3645, compared to 2880 last

year; 793 special students compared to 890 last year; for

a total of 4438.



He reviewed the difficulties encountered at registration

in not being able to accommodate all students in the

classes they wished to take. He added that although many

students were not able to get the schedules they wished,

particularly in Biology, Mathematics and English, no stu-

dent was turned away from the University. He added that

if the budget request approved by the Board at its meeting

in August is funded by the State Legislature, it will permit

the addition of approximately 50 new faculty positions dur-

ing the first year of the biennium and almost that amount

again in the second year. He noted that the problem in the

next biennium would be lack of space rather than lack of

instructors.



19. Chancellor Humphrey reported that recommendations for the

13 sabbatical leaves authorized for 1969-70 will be brought

forward at the November meeting of the Board.



20. Progress Report on Question #2



Mr. Edward Olsen, Director of Information, UN, made a

progress report on the efforts to date in publicizing the

desirability of approval of Question #2 at the November

election.



The meeting adjourned at 5:30 P.M.



The regular meeting of the Board reconvened at 9:05 A.M., on

Saturday, October 5, in the Campus Student Union, Nevada Southern

University.



Members present: Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Chairman

Mr. Thomas G. Bell

Mr. Archie C. Grant

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr.

Dr. Louis Lombardi

Mr. Paul Mc Dermott

Mr. R. J. Ronzone

Mr. Albert Seeliger

Dr. Juanita White



Members absent: Mr. Harold Jacobsen

Mrs. Molly Knudtsen



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President N. Edd Miller (UN)

Vice President Donald H. Baepler (NSU)

Vice Chancellor Wendell A. Mordy (DRI)

Dr. Patrick Squires (DRI)

Mr. Edward Pine, Business Manager (UN)

Mr. Herman Westfall, Business Manager (NSU)

Mr. Edward Olsen, Director of Information (UN)

Mr. Mark Hughes, Director of Information (NSU)

Mr. Daniel Walsh, Chief Deputy Attorney General

Dr. Donald Driggs, Chairman UN Faculty Senate

Mr. Roger Miller, Chairman, NSU Faculty Senate



21. Chemistry Building, NSU



Vice President Baepler reported that final drawings of the

Chemistry building were complete and now ready for approval

by the Board of Regents. He recommended approval subject

to final plan checking by the State Planning Board.



Mr. Hancock, Manager of the State Planning Board, pointed

out that the budget estimate for the project was $1.376

million and the current estimated construction cost is

$1.4 million. He recommended that the equipment for the

Chemistry building be placed on an additive alternate, and

that the successful bidder be requested to hold the alter-

nate until the Legislature meets at which time more money

will be requested.



Chancellor Humphrey and Vice President Baepler concurred.



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

without dissent that the final plans for the Chemistry

building be approved subject to plan checking by the State

Planning Board and that the project be bid with the equip-

ment as an additive alternate as suggested by Mr. Hancock.



22. Performing Arts Center, NSU



Vice President Baepler commented on the continuing problems

encountered with the funding of the Performing Arts Center.

He pointed out that the funding for the project comes from

6 different sources: $207,000 from General Obligation

Bonds; $200,000 from Title I; $215,000 from the Capital

Improvement Fee Fund, NSU; $600,00 from private gifts;

$930,000 from NSU Revenue Bonds; and $500,000 from the

Fleischmann Foundation. He also noted that the private

gifts are available only over a 5-year period.



Chancellor Humphrey also noted the different cost estimates

which had been presented for this project over its 6-year

history, increasing from $1.3 million to $2.3 million, now

to $2,661,000.



Dr. Baepler spoke of the progress in revising the scope of

the project to bring it within the funds available and

recommended that the project be constructed in two phases;

Phase I to consist of a facility with a 600 seat drama

theatre, a 1500 seat music theatre and a scene shop; and

the second phase to include classrooms and offices.



Chancellor Humphrey concurred and recommended that the

State Planning Board be requested to proceed with prelim-

inary plans for Phase I to provide firm cost estimates,

allow the conversion of 5-year pledges to cash to be

finalized, the application to be submitted to the Federal

Government and a report made to the 1969 Legislature in

order that no question of legislative intent be unresolved.



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

without dissent that the State Planning Board be requested

to proceed with preliminary plans for Phase I as outlined

above.



23. Capital Improvement Program Request, 1969-71



Chancellor Humphrey reviewed the procedure used to arrive

at a University of Nevada System priority list for the

Capital Improvement Program Request for 1969-71. He re-

called that a priority list had been adopted last Spring,

but because of the HEAC report it has been revised. He

requested President Miller and Vice President Baepler to

comment on their Campus priority lists.



President Miller reviewed the list submitted for the Uni-

versity of Nevada (filed with permanent minutes).



Vice President Baepler also reviewed the list submitted for

Nevada Southern University (filed with permanent minutes).



Chancellor Humphrey then distributed a revised Capital

Improvement Program Request for the University of Nevada

System for 1969-71 together with a proposed method of

financing the projects contained on the list (both docu-

ments filed with permanent minutes). The request included

19 projects at a cost of $31,063,900.



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the priority list had been

developed by the Chancellor's Advisory Cabinet, composed

for that purpose of President Miller, Vice President

Baepler, Dr. Donald Driggs, Chairman of the UN Faculty

Senate, and Professor Roger Miller, Chairman of the NSU

Faculty Senate, and the list represented agreement by all

parties concerned. He recommended that the Regents re-

quest the entire list of 19 projects for funding in 1969,

noting that the list anticipates that if the complete

project list is funded, all projects will be ready for

occupancy by Fall, 1973. He commented that it was desir-

able that if any of the projects are not funded, additional

advance planning occur on those projects during the bien-

nium.



Mr. Hancock spoke of problems with the water lines on the

NSU Campus, stating that maintenance costs were high be-

cause of the amount of sand in the water lines and that

fire protection was inadequate. Further discussion reveal-

ed concern that this item, at a cost of approximately

$200,000 was too far down on the priority list and Mr.

Hancock recommended that the list be amended. Dr. Baepler

suggested amendment of item No. 11 of the System List by

adding $200,000 to include the water lines.



President Miller stated that he recognized the importance

of this project and expressed no opposition. Chancellor

Humphrey concurred.



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

dissent that the complete list of 19 projects be approved

by the Board, as amended in item No. 11, and submitted to

the State Planning Board as the University's Capital Im-

provement Program Request for 1969-71 (amended list filed

with permanent minutes).



Dr. Lombardi left the meeting.



Mr. Mc Dermott asked the Chancellor to comment on the HEAC

report concerning the amount of square footage available on

the UN and NSU Campuses in relation to the amount required.

Chancellor Humphrey pointed out that the draft of the re-

port listed space in a variety of ways. He noted, for in-

stance, that the gross footage listed as available at the

UN did not take into consideration the planned demolition

of some buildings nor the obsolescence of others. He

further noted that there are a number of buildings on the

University of Nevada Campus which have large areas of

square footage but are totally unsuited for present day

use. He called attention to the report which accompanied

the System Capital Improvement Program Request and which

detailed the net adjusted square footage required at present

and reflected the remaining net ASF as each project on the

list is completed.



24. Resolution of Human Relations Council



President Miller referred to a resolution from the Human

Relations Council which had been included in the material

distributed with the Supplemental Agenda and also distribut-

ed a copy of his statement to Dr. Donald Driggs in response

to a similar resolution adopted by the UN Faculty Senate

(statement filed with permanent minutes). He pointed out

that his letter to Dr. Driggs contained a 10-point program

directed toward the correction of acts of discrimination

and in assuming the leadership within the University com-

munity in this area of human relations.



Dr. Anderson recommended that the Board of Regents go on

record as approving the 10-point program contained in

President Miller's letter with the addition of the follow-

ing statement:



The Board of Regents reaffirms its policy of opposi-

tion to segregation and to any act of discrimination

based on race, color or creed and instructs the Ad-

ministration to take appropriate action wherever

indicated.



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

out dissent that the program as outlined be adopted with

the addition of the paragraph suggested by Dr. Anderson.



Dr. White suggested the specific inclusion of graduate

level students in this 10-point program. Dr. Miller

stated that the program was intended to cover all under-

graduate and graduate students within the University but

agreed to so specify in the statement.



The meeting adjourned at 11:45 A.M.

10-04-1968