10/04/1969

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
October 4-5, 1969








10-04-1969

Pages 236-275

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM

October 4, 1969



The Board of Regents met on the above date in the Donald C. Moyer

Campus Student Union, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.



Members present: Fred M. Anderson, M. D. (for a portion of the

meeting)

Mr. Thomas G. Bell

Mr. James H. Bilbray

Mr. Archie C. Grant

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr.

Mr. Harold Jacobsen

Mr. Albert Seeliger



Members absent: Mrs. Molly Knudtsen

Louis Lombardi, M. D.

Mr. R. J. Ronzone

Dr. Juanita White



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President N. Edd Miller, UNR

President R. J. Zorn, UNLV

Acting Director Joseph Warburton, DRI

(for a portion of the meeting)

Mr. Daniel Walsh, Chief Deputy Attorney General

Mr. Herman Westfall, Business Manager, UNLV

Mr. Edward L. Pine, Business Manager, UNR

(for a portion of the meeting)

Dr. Gary Peltier, UNR Faculty Senate Chairman

Dr. Don Fowler, DRI Faculty Senate Vice

Chairman

Mr. Edward Olsen, Director of Information, UNR

Mr. Mark Hughes, Director of Information, UNLV

Mr. James Hardesty, ASUN President

Mr. Rene Arceneaux, CSUN Vice President



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Hug at 9:10 A.M.



1. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting



Mr. Jacobsen requested that the minutes be amended to re-

flect his suggestion that the possibility of using funds

from the Edwin Stadtmuller bequest to establish a scholar-

ship fund for Elko Community College be considered. Mr.

Jacobsen then moved approval of the minutes as amended.

Motion seconded by Mr. Seeleger, carried without dissent.



2. Acceptance of Gifts



President Zorn presented the following gifts and grants

received by UNLV:



Library



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

Mr. Robert R. Russell, Mr. Darryl Martin Stewart, Mr. Gordon

Gilbert Stewart and Mr. George Bosocovich.



Dr. Robert O. Boord, Las Vegas - $20 in memory of Mr. Hubert

Arthur Smith and Mrs. William Brymer.



Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casey, Las Vegas - $15 in memory of

Mrs. Mary Gardner and Mr. Stephen G. Ellis.



Mrs. Ruth C. Ferron, Las Vegas - $15 in memory of Mr.

Edward H. Powell.



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

Paul Griswold.



Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bortman, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Mr.

Hubert Arthur Smith.



Mr. and Mrs. John Berlin, Fallon - $10 in memory of Peter

Arkell.



Mr. and Mrs. James M. Dunne, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of

Mr. Madison Martin.



Mrs. Leona S. Singleton, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Mr.

Harry Belcher.



Performing Arts Center:



Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Greenspun, Las Vegas - $2000

Nevada State Bank, Las Vegas - $2000

Culinary Workers Union, Las Vegas - $2000

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

Ross, Snyder, Goodman & Bryan, Las Vegas - $250

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

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. George, Jr., Las Vegas - $250

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

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

Dr. and Mrs. Harold L. Feikes, Las Vegas - $200

Mr. and Mrs. John Di Fiore, Las Vegas - $250

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



Scholarships



United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, Las Vegas -

$750



Officers' Wives Club, 29 Palms, California - $500



Hotel Sales Management Association, Las Vegas - $400



American Business Women's Association, Las Vegas - $500



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation Indian Scholarship, Carson

City - $500



Mr. Charles Kandel, Las Vegas - $700 as 2 scholarships

awarded to Jeffrey Gresser and Gerard Garrigan.



American Business Women's Association, Henderson - $350



Lakes Region Scholarship Foundation, Laconia, New Hampshire

- $250



Food Fair Stores Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -

$250



Hollywood Hills High School, Hollywood, Florida - $200



Las Vegas Assembly No. 9 and Oasis Assembly No. 19 of the

Rainbow Assembly - $200



UNLV Athletic Program:



Mr. Alvin M. Levy, Las Vegas - $500

Mr. Herb Biddulph, Las Vegas - $500

Mr. J. Forest Cahlan, Las Vegas - $500

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

Mr. Dave Pearl, Las Vegas - $300



Grants



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington,

D. C.:



$84,917 for operation of the National Defense Student

Loan Program for fiscal year 1970.



$22,300 for Nursing Student loans and Nursing scholar-

ship at the UNLV School of Nursing.



Miscellaneous



Nevada Resort Association, Las Vegas - $17,254 for the

College of Hotel Administration.



President Miller presented the following gifts and grants

received by UNR:



Scholarships



Allstate Foundation, Sacramento, California - $400 awarded

to Connie Wagner, Nursing student.



America's Junior Miss Scholarship Foundation, Inc., Mobile,

Alabama - $250 awarded to Gail Pangborn.



American Association of University Women, Reno - $150 award-

ed to Rosemary Mathews, a graduate student in Music.



Asarco Foundation, New York - $750 awarded to Harvey

Eastman.



Carson City 20-30 Club, Carson City - $100 awarded to

Bernice A. Connolly.



Clark County Chapter 406, C. E. C., Las Vegas - $250

awarded to Kathy Moore.



Council for the Promotion of Indian Education, Lamoille -

$50 awarded to Elwood Mose.



Crown Zellerbach Foundation, San Francisco, California -

$500 awarded to Steven Toy, Journalism student.



Education, Inc., Elma, Washington - $250 awarded to Karen

Mary Mc Phee.



Fleischmann Foundation, Carson City - $4500 as 9 scholar-

ships awarded to Daniel R. Allen, Richard L. Burchett,

Frank M. Fish, Robert L. Fish, Steven J. Frank, Judy A.

Harris, Robert M. Martinez, Elwood A. Mose and Lucinda

Reymus.



Grolier Foundation, New York - $75 as the first portion of

a scholarship awarded to William R. Noryko.



Helen Wright-PTA Memorial, Zephyr Cove - $600 as 3 scholar-

ships awarded to Sandra Beecher, James Hughes and Kathi

Rupert.



Mt. Whitney High School, Associated Students, Visalia,

California - $441.66 awarded to Tim Donahue.



O. N. C. Scholarship Foundation, Palo Alto, Calfiornia -

$500 awarded to Mark A. Hoffman.



Ormsby Sportsmen's Association, Carson City - $100 awarded

to Richard Seher.



Nevada Area Council, Inc., No. 329, Eagle Scout Scholar-

ships, Reno - $800 awarded to Eagle Scouts.



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

to a Nursing student.



Nevada State Horsemen's Association, Reno - $200 awarded to

Karen Garaventa.



Reno Elks Lodge #697, Reno - $1000 as 4 scholarships award-

ed to Robert R. Allen, David L. Miller, Judy Dunreath Smith

and Janet Cavilia.



Mr. and Mrs. Sol Savitt, Reno - $848 as 4 scholarships

awarded to Donald E. Mitchell, Bonnie L. Sampson, Rickee

L. Sampson and Barbara J. Gruenewald.



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

$500 awarded to J. Steven Borroum.



Tonopah Memorial Scholarship, Tonopah - $250 awarded to

Jeanette Titlow.



Veterans of Foreign Wars, Ladies Auxiliary, North Las

Vegas - $150 awarded to Susan Conley.



Washoe County Medical Auxiliary, Reno - $1900 as 8 $175

scholarships and 2 $250 scholarships.



Western Nevada Peace Officers Association, Reno - $250

awarded to Jeannie J. Tadlock.



Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Reno - $335 as 3 schol-

arships awarded to Kathryn Countis, Sharon Walsh and Gary

Shatz.



Women's Club of North Tahoe, Crystal Bay - $600 as 2 schol-

arships awarded to Carol Faber and Michelle Barker.



Josephine Beam Scholarship Fund (Zions First National Bank),

Salt Lake City, Utah - $7000 as 14 scholarships awarded to

Freshmen.



Donrey Media Group, Fort Smith, Arkansas - $500 awarded to

a Journalism student.



Gerlach-Empire Lions Club, Empire - $100 awarded to Garrett

Paschall.



Newspaper Fund, Inc., Princeton, New Jersey - $500 awarded

to William G. Kroger and $379.41 as final payment to the

Journalism Department for their Summer Newspaper Fund

Workshops.



Miscellaneous



Liberty Livestock Company, Elko - a feed truck and feed

wagon valued at $3150 to the College of Agriculture.



Sierra Pacific Power Company, Reno - $100 to the Nevada

Prize Exam in High School Math.



International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and

Burros, Reno - $250 to the University of Nevada Fund for

Wild Horse and Burro Studies.



Library



Mrs. A. Stewart, Reno - books and photographic equipment

valued at $747.70.



Anonymous - 1 book entitled, "Crusoe of Lonesome Lake"

valued at $2.50.



Busy Bouts Homemakers Club, Reno - $10 in memory of Timothy

Carter.



Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cavanaugh, Sr., Reno - $10 in memory

of Judge Peter Breen.



B. Earl Puckett Fund for Retail Education, Inc. - 35 books

valued at $97.



Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Mansur, Galt, California - a book en-

titled, "The Royal Priesthood".



Miss Charlotte Sprague, Reno - 19 books valued at $70.



Mr. and Mrs. John Uhalde, Reno - $5 in memory of John

Avansino.



Victor Comptometer Corporation - 2 books both entitled,

"It All Adds Up", valued at $9.90.



Grants



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation - $104,500 for the 5th year

in advance of the National College of State Trial Judges

Program.



Chancellor Humphrey presented the following gifts and

grants received by DRI:



Sierra Research Corporation - $5000 for "Digital Computer",

under the direction of M. Pranger.



Bureau of Environmental Health - $10,000 for "Occurrences

of Arsenic and Fluoride in Natural Waters", under direction

of J. V. A. Sharp.



U. S. Department of Agriculture - $3500 for "Chemistry of

Natural Waters and Environmental Parameters", under di-

rection of J. V. A. Sharp.



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation Equipment and Facilities

Grant - reimbursement for expenditure of $3690.20.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended acceptance by the Board.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Bell, 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 Actions



Upon motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, the

following personnel actions were approved as recommended

by the appropriate officers:



UNLV



BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS



Mahmoud A. M. Wahba, Assistant Professor of Management,

academic year 1969-70 - $12,125 (new position)



David George Stibor, Graduate Assistant, academic year

1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Judith Breault)



Barry R. Shinehouse, Graduate Assistant, academic year

1969-70 - $2500 (new position)



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Helen Earl, Graduate Assistant, academic year 1969-70 -

$2500 (new position)



Patricia Ann Fahey, Graduate Assistant, academic year 1969-

70 - $2500 (new position)



Sally M. Graham, Graduate Assistant, academic year 1969-70

- $2500 (new position)



COLLEGE OF HOTEL ADMINISTRATION



Robert Crenshaw Catron, Assistant Professor of Motel Ad-

ministration, academic year 1969-70 - $11,375 (new position)



COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES



Gayle Ann Evans, Graduate Assistant, academic year 1969-70

- $2500 (new position)



Patrick Earl Marshall, Graduate Assistant, academic year

1969-70 - $2500 (new position)



COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Richard Wilcox Tew, Associate Professor of Biology, academic

year 1969-70 - $12,100 (new position)



Steven Joseph Bissell, Graduate Assistant, academic year

1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Fenton Kay)



Chin Kuo Fan, Graduate Assistant, academic year 1969-70 -

$2500 (replacement for William Daugherty)



Philip Sue-Yun Lee, Graduate Assistant, academic year 1969-

70 - $2500 (replacement for Roland Smith)



Leo James Breyen, Graduate Assistant, academic year 1969-

70 - $2500 (replacement for Carol James)



COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Fernando Victor Padilla, Graduate Assistant, academic year

1969-70 - $2500 (new position)



UNR



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Richard E. Fanucchi, Graduate Research Assistant in Agri-

cultural and Resource Economics, 9/1/69-5/31/70 - $2250

(research)



John Henry Humphrey, Graduate Research Assistant in Renew-

able Natural Resources, 9/1/69-5/31/70 - $2250 (research)



Benoit Laville, Research Assistant in Plant, Soil and

Water Sciences, 1/2 time, academic year 1969-70 - $3520

(temporary position, full-time June, 1970)



Davis S. Matley, Graduate Assistant in Animal Science,

8/15/69-6/30/70 - $2988.10 (research)



Warren R. Thiem, Recreation Extension Specialist, 9/15/69-

6/30/70 - $8460 annual rate (replacement for Delbert Frost)



Claudia M. Thomsen, Graduate Assistant in Home Economics,

academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Lynn Wong)



Irene Turchyn, Junior Physiologist in Animal Science, aca-

demic year 1969-70 - $7680 (new, temporary position)



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Rae Lyn Athenacio, Student Assistant in Chemistry, 1/8

time, Fall semester 1969-70 - $262.50 (partial replacement

for Michael Baker)



Michael Wayne Babich, Graduate Assistant in Chemistry,

1/8 time, Fall semester 1969-70 - $312.50 (partial replace-

ment for Michael Baker)



Frank Albert Balizic, Graduate Assistant in Health and P.

E., 4/5 of 1/2 time, academic year 1969-70 - $2000 (tempo-

rary position)



Captain Paul J. Barcomb, Assistant Professor of Military

Science, indefinite (August 16, 1969)



Luis Rafael Bolanos, Graduate Assistant in Foreign Lan-

guages, academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (new position)



Mabel M. Brown, 1/2 time Lecturer in English, 9/1-10/31/69

and 2/1-6/30/70 - $3537.50 (temporary position)



John S. Carpenter, II, Graduate Research Assistant in

Physics, academic year 1969-70 - $2900 (research)



Julia Marie Chan, Student Assistant in Mathematics, foreign,

Fall semester 1969-70 - $1050 (replacement for Roberta

Richter)



Hemendra K. Chaudhari, 1/2 Lecturer in Biology, academic

year 1969-70 - $3200 (temporary position)



Patrick J. Colletti, Graduate Assistant in Biology, academic

year 1969-70 - $2500 (temporary position)



Kathleen A. Daniels, Graduate Assistant in Political Sci-

ence, Fall semester 1969-70 - $1250 (new position)



William F. Davis, Jr., Graduate Assistant in Physics, aca-

demic year 1969-70 - $2500 (new position)



Howard J. Durham, Graduate Assistant in Anthropology, aca-

demic year 1969-70 - $2500 (temporary position)



Betty Joyce Elliott, Student Assistant in Biology, aca-

demic year 1969-70 - $2100 (temporary position)



Ronald K. Falter, Graduate Assistant in Music, academic

year 1969-70 - $2500 (temporary position)



Charles Paul Fest, Jr., Graduate Assistant in Health and

P. E., 4/5 of 1/2 time, academic year 1969-70 - $2000

(temporary position)



Harlan Preston Heward, Graduate Assistant in Health and

P. E., 1/5 time, academic year 1969-70 - $1000 (temporary

position)



Paul S. Hickman, Graduate Assistant in Music, academic

year 1969-70 - $1250 (1/2 replacement for Patricia Mash)



Peter L. Hiller, Graduate Assistant in Sociology, academic

year 1969-70 - $2900 (new position)



Louis Al Istrice, Graduate Assistant in Political Science,

Fall semester 1969-70 - $1250 (temporary position)



Thomas Gordon Jorgensen, Graduate Assistant in Physics,

academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Thomas

Gosnell)



Lily C. Kunczynski, Graduate Assistant in Foreign Languages,

academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Marilynn

Whack)



Brian Lawrence Lahren, Graduate Research Assistant in

Psychology, academic year 1969-70 - $2500



Jerald C. Merrill, Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, academic

year 1969-70 - $2900



Douglas Edmond Meyers, Assistant Professor of Philosophy,

academic year 1969-70 - $9500 (replacement for Joseph

Ferraro, contingency for completion of Ph. D. by September

1, 1969)



Gayle Ann Morrow, Student Assistant in Biology, academic

year 1969-70 - $2100 (replacement for William Traverso)



Bruce Douglas Norris, Graduate Assistant in Physics, aca-

demic year 1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Joseph Sutkoff)



Elizabeth A. O'Connell, Graduate Assistant in English, aca-

demic year 1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Charles Holt)



David D. Phoenix, Graduate Assistant in English, academic

year 1969-70 - $2500 (new position)



Frank Thomas Powers, Graduate Assistant in Mathematics,

academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Harold

Whipple)



Charles Frederick Rogers, Graduate Assistant in Physics,

academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Clinton

Case)



Major Donald C. Silveria, Assistant Professor of Military

Science, indefinite (August 16, 1969) - (replacement for

Major James Coleman)



Lawrence C. Smith, Graduate Research Assistant in Psy-

chology, 1/4 time, academic year 1969-70 - $1250



Joanne Lee Stevens, Graduate Assistant in Health and P. E.,

1/4 time, academic year 1969-70 - $1250 (temporary position)



Katherine Elaine Touhey, Graduate Research Assistant in

Psychology, Fall semester 1969-70 - $1250



Clarence O. Wolgamott, Jr., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry,

1/4 time, Fall semester 1969-70 - $725 (partial replacement

for Michael Baker)



Gerald E. Ziesemer, Graduate Assistant in Psychology, 1/4

time, academic year 1969-70 - $1350 (replacement for Michael

Masterson)



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



George A. Eversull, Lecturer in Accounting, academic year

1969-70 - $9000 (replacement for George A. Kirby)



Douglas W. Johansen, Graduate Assistant in Accounting,

academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (temporary position)



Susan R. Wisler, Graduate Assistant in the Bureau of Busi-

ness and Economics Research, 1/4 time, academic year 1969-

70 - $1250 (temporary position)



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Judith G. Allen, Graduate Assistant in Secondary Education,

academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (temporary position)



Gino R. Micheletti, Lecturer in Special Education, aca-

demic year 1969-70 - $10,250 (new position)



Gerry P. Mc Ginley, Lecturer in General Professional Edu-

cation and Research and Educational Development Center,

academic year 1969-70 - $9325 (temporary position)



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Richard Belaustegui, part-time Lecturer in Electrical Engi-

neering, Fall semester 1969-70 - $1000 (temporary position)



John Arthur Kleppe, Assistant Professor in Electrical Engi-

neering, 1/2 time, Fall semester 1969-70 - $2750 (temporary

replacement for Eric Richter, contingency for completion

of Ph. D. by September 1, 1969)



GETCHELL LIBRARY



Linda P. Newman, Assistant Government Publications Librar-

ian, 9/1/69-6/30/70 - $8070 annual rate (transferred from

Technical, new position)



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Donald J. Decker, Graduate Assistant in Mining Engineering,

academic year 1969-70 - $2500 (replacement for Richard

Jones)



Richard Hardyman, Graduate Assistant in Geology/Geography,

academic year 1969-70 - $2700 (replacement for Edward Born,

Jr.)



Fred L. Humphrey, Adjunct Professor of Mining Engineering,

fiscal year 1969-70 (formerly Lecturer in Mining Engineer-

ing)



NEVADA TECHNICAL INSTITUTE



Gary Dean Swihart, Lecturer in Basic Electronics and Math-

ematics, Fall semester 1969-70 - $4825 (temporary replace-

ment for Frank Steele)



ORVIS SCHOOL OF NURSING



Leone Cox, Assistant Professor of Nursing, academic year

1969-70 - $13,650 (replacement for Charlotte Gale in NIMH)



Sandra Talley, Lecturer in Nursing, academic year 1969-70

- $9000 (temporary position)



SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES



Philip J. Gillette, Administrative Assistant in SMC, Lec-

turer in Management and Hospital Administration in College

of Business Administration (Interdisciplinary), academic

year 1969-70 - $20,310 (new position)



OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS



Steven Croan, Graduate Assistant, 1/4 time, 9/1/69-5/31/70

- $1450 (new position)



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Gary Anderson, Graduate Research Assistant, 9/1/69-6/30/70

- $2500



Carl A. Johnson, Graduate Research Assistant, 9/1/69-6/30/70

- $2500



William W. Pidcoe, Jr., Graduate Research Assistant, 9/1/69

-6/30/70 - $2500



David Stark, Graduate Research Assistant, 9/1/69-6/30/70 -

$2500



Mohammad Sulharia, Graduate Research Assistant, 9/1/69-

6/30/70 - $2970



Maarten Pranger, Research Assistant, 9/1/69-1/31/70 - $2900

(changing from Graduate Research Assistant to Professional

status)



Richard L. Reinhardt, Research Assistant, 9/1/69-1/31/70 -

$2900 (changing from Graduate Research Assistant to Profes-

sional status)



Alice Weiss, Research Assistant, 9/1/69-6/30/70 - $7700

(changing from Graduate Research Assistant to Professional

status)



SYSTEM COMPUTING CENTER



Brad Boman, Assistant Director (UNLV), 9/1/69-6/30/70 -

$15,030 annual rate



4. Request for Easement



President Zorn reported that Central Telephone Company had

requested an easement for the installation of underground

cables in the general location of Flamingo Street and

Swenson Street. He noted that this would be to provide

service to the northern and eastern areas of the Campus

and recommended approval. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the easement be granted.



5. Request for Vacation of Swenson Street



President Zorn recalled that the University presently has a

request before the Clark County Commissioners for the vaca-

tion of Swenson Lane easement which runs through the area

of the UNLV Campus where it is planned that development of

the athletic fields will occur. Dr. Zorn noted that this

request is still under consideration by the Commissioners

but that there are indications that its importance has been

recognized through editorial support in a local newspaper

and by expressions of support by the Chamber of Commerce.

He noted further that the Chamber of Commerce has scheduled

a meeting on October 15 to review some of the zoning prob-

lems as they now, or may in the future, affect the Campus.

He urged attendance at this meeting by members of the Board.



6. Approval of Purchase in Excess of $5000



President Zorn reported that the following bids were re-

ceived September 15 for the purchase of an industrial

tractor, wheel type with front loader and backhoe:



Arizona Industrial, Phoenix, Arizona $12,699.99

Southern Equipment, San Diego 10,863.43

Bat Rental, Las Vegas 8,099.74

Blystone Equipment, Las Vegas 7,996.20

Advance Equipment, Las Vegas 7,777.00



President Zorn recommended that the bid of Advance Equip-

ment, in the abount of $7777, be accepted. Chancellor

Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



7. Request for Funds for Purchase of Motor Pool Vehicles, UNLV



President Zorn reviewed the status of the UNLV Motor Pool,

noting that there is an acute need to replace several off-

the-road vehicles because of high maintenance costs to

keep them operating. He endorsed a recommendation by the

Business Office that 2 new 4-wheel drive vehicles be pur-

chased at an estimated cost of $7500.



Dr. Zorn noted that his original request had been for a

loan from non-appropriated sources; however, following a

recommendation by the Chancellor, he requested that the

required $7500 be appropriated from the Board of Regents

Special Projects Fund as a grant rather than a loan.

Chancellor Humphrey concurred, noting that this grant

should properly establish the motor pool at UNLV and with

the new higher rates for use of the motor pool which had

been approved by President Zorn, the pool should become

self-supporting and not require further subsidy.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



8. New Department of Special Education, UNLV



President Zorn recalled that in September the Board gave

preliminary approval to a proposal that the existing

program in Special Education within the College of Educa-

tion, UNLV, be established as a new Department. Dr. Zorn

stated that, in accordance with the Board's policy, this

proposal was again submitted for consideration with final

approval recommended.



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

without dissent that the new Department be approved as

recommended.



9. Candidates for Graduation, UNLV



Upon motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, the

final graduation list of September 1, 1969 was approved

as recommended by the faculty of each College concerned

and by President Zorn, as follows:



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & ECONOMICS



B. S. in Business Administration



Robert Carl Behmer

Jon C. Block

James Clifford Martin

Jerry G. Moreo

Michael J. Roop



Master of Business Administration



Gary James Barber

Jerome Robert Guffey

James C. Sauerwein

Nathan Alex Talpis

Edward H. Wilson, Jr.



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



B. S. in Education



Marilyn Ann Bilbray

Steven Michael Cochran

Diane Nelson Earl

Penelope Eggen

Emma La Monte Hicks Geyler

Barbara Johnson Gilbert

Mary Ann Haarsma

Leon Hardison

Susan E. Marshall

Doris M. Moran



B. A. in Education



Le Roy Don Chase

Sharon Kay Weitzel



Master of Education



Mary P. Ayers

Mary Ellen Bogard

Barbara Burnett

Lou M. Chitwood

Gertrude Mills Cunningham

Tyrone Merwin Dennett

Thomas Paul Deppe

John Joe M. Foss

Sally G. Hellman

Alta E. Hoover

Luis O. Hout

Ethel Marie Johnson

Winifred Lucile Johnson

Betty J. Lindsey

Ruth C. Maughan

Shirley M. B. Morris

Jean Walker Nallia

Billie D. Noack

Lucile Nyberg

Orla Renee Onken

Mary H. Owens

Rozella A. Parsons

Geraldine Ruffridge

Robert E. Wait

Vee D. Wilson



COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS



Bachelor of Arts



Deborah Jean Ernst



COLLEGE OF GENERAL & TECHNICAL STUDIES



Associate of Arts



Hester F. Duncan

Claribel English

Wanda Lynn Kellison

Carl Ann Mc Coy

Deborah Sue Smith



Associate of Science



Dorathea Constance Hill

Karan Francis O'Keefe

Domingo Torres III



COLLEGE OF HOTEL ADMINISTRATION



B. S. in Hotel Administration



Timothy Joseph Bagwell

Harvey Lee Drubin

Ferruh Karaferye

Joel A. Luttenberger

David Bruce Schaffer

Roger Philip Wagner



COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES



Bachelor of Arts



Janet Kay Aytes

Florence Grace Lutz

Anke Stindt



Master of Arts



Herbert Darrell Baker



COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS



Bachelor of Science



Geoffrey H. Billingsley

Michael Howard Hiatt

Dennis Merlin Wood



COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Bachelor of Arts



Michael Jonathan Devere

Eleanor Loreen Harris

Barbara C. Meyer

Lynn Irene Sedgwick

Richard B. Shaw

Miriam Hurwitt Woodward

Larry C. Zervas



Master of Arts



Charles T. Barkshire



10. Report on Course Offerings Dealing with Ethnic Groups and

Minorities



President Miller recalled that in July the Board had re-

quested a report be made at a future meeting concerning

black studies presently offered at each Campus. Dr. Miller

presented a report prepared by the UNR Human Relations

Commission on courses offered now or that might be contem-

plated in these areas. (Report is identified as Ref. F and

is filed with permanent minutes.) Dr. Miller noted that

additional information on this subject would be submitted

from time to time.



Dr. Zorn stated that a similar report would be submitted

on behalf of UNLV at the November meeting.



11. Candidates for Graduation, UNR



Upon motion by Mr. Bell, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, the final

graduation list of September 1, 1969 was approved as recom-

mended by the faculty of each College concerned and by

President Miller, as follows:



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Bachelor of Science in Agriculture



Donald Craig Hartman



Associate of Arts in Prekindergarten Education



Terry Lynn Mc Call



Bachelor of Science in Home Economics



Dawn Ricci Everett

Joanne Carol Lukas



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Bachelor of Arts



Gordon Richard Andersen

Roy Grant Barney

Tony Eugene Butler

Lew Wallace Carnahan

Mary Lee Cooper

Donald Keith Coppa

Kathleen Alyce Daniels

Wanda Marie Debrick

Catherine Finnegan

Peter Charles Fogo

Jack Hilton Garrett

Janna Sue Grimes

Belinda Bea Gunn

Thomas Harold Herndon

Vicki Ann Huffman

Orrin T. Hunt

Charles Robert Jorgensen

Samuel Carl Knipmeyer

Nancy Patricia Krushane

Kimerby Carmen Martin

Harry Peter Massoth

Cecilia Ann Miller

Robert Casimir Mocarski

Patricia Marie Paszek

Susan Nicolls Patten

Timothy Wayne Pemberton

Michael Fredric Prosser

James Blanchard Reed

Constance Wedgwood Schuetz

Andrew Willard Sewell

Carolyn Marie Usher

Robert Clyde Wright



Bachelor of Arts in Journalism



David Milton Freeman



Bachelor of Science



Judy Daniel Allingham (High Distinction)

Joseph Achile Armel

Richard Wesley Baumann

Jerry Ivan Blair

Floyd John Green

Rose Marie Press Rutz



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Bachelor of Science in Business Administration



Robert George Baker

Edward John Bartylak

Carlton Lee Bossieux, Jr.

Fred Victor Carpenter

John Michael Conway

Edward Record Cupit

Michael Aaron Dimmittt

Russell William Ford

David Hunter Hamilton

William Eugene Harrison

Donald Mark Herrin

Carl Thomas Josephsen, Jr.

Keerati Kiatrabile

Richard Ray Mason

Duane Lee Mc Clure

Dennis Logan Mc Neil

William Franklin Menes

Harvey Stephen Moltz

Margaret Ann Nicoll

Steven Jerry Pantell

Jerry Alan Sawyer

John Joseph Silver

Lawrence Rowett Waters

William Basil Young III



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Bachelor of Arts in Education



Nancy Julia Albisu

Matthew Francis Cunningham

Jennifer Bruner Frank



Bachelor of Science in Education



Christopher Thomas Ault

Janet Louise Beazley

Clair Allen Black

Robyn Michele Carnes

Carol Lynn Eads

Betty Corinne Eckenrode

Dennis Wayne Fitzpatrick

Sandra Louise Hall

Wilma Louise Hustead

Thelma King Kottke

Virginia Florence Long

Virginia Jean Mansfield

Judith Arlene Munk

Diana Jean Oliver

Vida Jean Powell

Loretta Kay Reed

Margaret Anne Taylor

Janice Ann Van Dyke

Georgia Ann Vasko



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering



John Trenner Crowe



SCHOOL OF MINES



Bachelor of Science in Geology



Edwin Glenn Morrow II



SCHOOL OF NURSING



Bachelor of Science in Nursing



Susan Margaret Thompson



TECHNICAL INSTITUTE



Associate of Science in Engineering Design Technology



Kenneth Dale Mitchell



GRADUATE SCHOOL



Master of Arts



Donald Lee Collins

Roberta Ann Coon

Kevin Brendan Mc Greevey

Virginia Clare Mulvihill

Marjorie Leite Sill

David Dean Thompson



Master of Business Administration



Kenneth John Orms



Master of Education



Lawrence David Borino

Robert James Burns

Diana Carole Cohen

Charles Edward Coyle

Wendell Leonard Dain

Dorothy Phyllis Dansie

James Edward De Witt

Glenn Allen Duncan, Jr.

Jane Lucile Early

Arthur Matthew English

Leona Frances Falk

Gary William Farnsworth

Frank Hansen Forvilly

David William Foster

Ronald Wilson Gallagher

Harriet Lucille Gray

Helen Landers Handy

William Thomas Hardester

Mary Nell Mason Howard

Lillian Victoria Ianni

Hampton L. Jones

Ben William Kisor

Dorothy Ruth Kleespies

Anthony Emmanuel Klenakis

Marian Ballinger La Rivers

Eugenia Lourence Lea

Gerald Wesley Lusk

Richard Byron Marcucci

George Eric Martin

Ancil Carl Mc Kinney

Gladys Lorraine Mc Nulty

Marjorie Liggett Muller

Kathryn Vinyard Owsley

Hazel Pierce Potter

Cathy Mac Gown Retterer

Jack E. Ricketts

Stuart Allen Schraeder

Lula Georgie Walford



Master of Science



Douglas Mc Arthur Colbert

Tommy Cordova

James R. Frelich

Kiubong Hwang

Roger Martin Jacobs

James Jack Murray

George Ronald Oliver

Marsha Hendrickson Read

Kenneth Charles Scotto



Doctor of Philosophy



Jimmye Dell Angell

Beverly Harper Charley

David John Ely

Richard M. Gardner

David Edward Loberg

Fred West



12. Approval of Sale of Revenue Bonds



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in September the Board

approved the issuance and sale of Capital Improvement Fee

Revenue Bonds to provide funds for the Physical Science

building, Phase I, UNR. Accordingly, the sale of these

bonds was advertised and bids were opened October 3. Mr.

Humphrey reported that only one bid was received, as

follows:



Gentlemen:



Proposal for $1,651,000 University of Nevada

Capital Improvement Fee Revenue Bonds of 1969,

dated May 1, 1969 and maturing November 1, 1999.



Pursuant to a certain Loan Agreement, dated June 30,

1969, (Project No. 5-9-00329-0, previously #5-1868)

by and between the Board of Regents of the University

of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, and the U. S. Commissioner

of Education and in accordance with the Notice of Sale

published in The Bond Buyer on September 19, 1969,

the Government offers to purchase the $1,651,000 Uni-

versity of Nevada Capital Improvement Fee Revenue

Bonds of 1969, dated May 1, 1969 a a price of One

Million Six Hundred Fifty One Thousand and 00/100

Dollars ($1,651,000) plus accrued interest from

November 1, 1969, to date of delivery for Bonds

bearing interest at the rate of three percent (3%)

per annum to the respective maturity dates.



Please acknowledge the acceptance or rejection of

this bid.



Very truly yours,



FOR THE U. S. COMMISSIONER

OF EDUCATION



/s/ Royall T. Webster, Chief

Program Operations Branch

Division of College Facilities



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the above bid be ac-

cepted and the U. S. Government be designated as the pur-

chaser of the revenue bonds in the amount of $1,651,000

at an interest rate of 3%. He also recommended adoption

of the following post sale resolution as prepared by the

bond attorney:



RESOLUTION #69-7



A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE BY THE BOARD OF

REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA OF THE UNIVERSITY'S

SECURITIES DESIGNATED AS "UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA CAPITAL

IMPROVEMENT FEE REVENUE BONDS OF 1969", IN THE PRINCI-

PAL AMOUNT OF $1,651,000.00, FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE

CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACQUISITION OF THE CHEMISTRY

AND LECTURE BUILDINGS OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCE BUILDING

PROJECT, PHASE I, ON THE CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF

NEVADA, RENO, EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS THEREFORE, AND

STRUCTURES, EQUIPMENT AND OTHER APPURTENANCES RELATING

THERETO; ACCEPTING THE BEST BID FOR THE PURCHASE OF

THE BONDS; DESIGNATED THE PURCHASER THEREOF, FIXING

THE PRICE TO BE PAID THEREFORE, PROVIDING THE INTEREST

RATE THE PRINCIPAL OF THE BONDS SHALL BEAR, AND PRO-

VIDING OTHER DETAILS CONCERNING THE BONDS AND THE

DESIGNATED IMPROVEMENTS; RATIFYING ACTION HERETOFORE

TAKEN TOWARD ACQUIRING SUCH IMPROVEMENTS AND ISSUING

THE BONDS; AND REPEALING ALL RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT

HEREWITH.



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

without dissent that the above recommendations be approved.



13. Financial Report for 1969-70, DRI



Chancellor Humphrey reported that the final financial state-

ment for 1968-69 for DRI had not been completed at the time

of the agenda preparation. Therefore, he said, it was not

feasible to revise the financial plan for 1969-70. He stat-

ed that both documents will be completed and ready for re-

view at the November meeting.



Dr. Anderson and Mr. Warburton entered the meeting.



14. Elko Community College Advisory Board Report



Chancellor Humphrey reported that the Elko Community College

Advisory Board had met on September 18 and again on Septem-

ber 25. He stated that there were no actions to report

except for the resignation of Mr. Willard Schultz of Wells,

who had moved out of State. Recommendations for a replace-

ment would be presented at the November meeting.



15. UNR-DRI Financial Agreement for Fiscal 1969-70



Acting Director Warburton presented the following financial

settlement for 1969-70 with his recommendation for approval:



Due University of Nevada, Reno, from DRI:



Sage Buildings $108,686

Reno (Water Resources & Atmos.) 36,533

Insurance - Reno 225

- Stead 5,425

Purchasing 3,695

Central Office Services 3,357

Controller's Office 18,000

Library 30,719

Fee Waivers 20,520

Cash Flow Requirement (estimated) 18,500

Total $245,160



Due Desert Research Institute from UNR:



Teaching $ 63,484

Graduate Equipment 8,130

Total $ 71,614



Net Due University of Nevada, Reno $173,546



President Miller concurred in the above agreement.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval, with the condition

that the net due UNR of $173,546 may be reduced to $168,000

by the provision by DRI of additional services to UNR, such

as teaching, in the amount of $5,546.



Motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Mr. Bell, carried with-

out dissent that the financial agreement be approved as

presented.



16. Approval of Preliminary Plans for Physical Science Complex,

Phase II (Physics Building), UNR



Mr. Pine presented the preliminary plans for this project,

noting that plans have been reviewed and approved by the

Campus committee, by his office and by the State Planning

Board. Mr. Pine recommended approval by the Board of

Regents. President Miller concurred.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the preliminary

plans as presented, noting the breakdown of the funding of

the project, as follows:



General Funds $ 165,400

General Obligation Bonds 221,638

University Revenue Bonds 1,900,000

Federal Grant 334,962

University Capital Improvement

Fee Funds 350,000

Total $2,972,000



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

without dissent that the preliminary plans be approved as

presented.



17. Bid Openings



A. Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened September 19,

1969, for the construction of various sewer lines at

the 4-H Campus, Lake Tahoe. Bids were as follows:



Terry Construction Co. $ 9,833.00

Harker & Harker, Inc. 11,383.60



Mr. Pine noted that the bids had been reviewed by the

College of Agriculture. He recommended the bid of

Terry Construction in the amount of $9833 be accepted.

President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



B. Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened on September 30,

1969, for the purchase of a self-contained 15-ton air

conditioning unit to be installed in the Computer Center

of the Water Resources building. Bids were as follows:



Liskey Aluminum, Baltimore, Maryland $ 6,026

A. H. K. Corp, Carmichael, California 7,150

Westinghouse Systems Division, Michigan 7,196

A. H. K. Corp, Carmichael, California (alt) 7,569

John Rauch Refrigeration, Reno 12,820



Mr. Pine reported that neither Liskey Aluminum nor

A. H. K. Corp. met the specifications as stipulated

and recommended the bid of Westinghouse Systems Div.

be accepted. President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey

concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



18. Approval of Purchase in Excess of $5000



Mr. Pine reported that the College of Business Administra-

tion, UNR, has requested authorization to purchase 7 elec-

tronic calculators from Friden, Inc., at a total price of

$7068. However, as part of the transaction, Friden, Inc.,

a division of Singer, as part of a participating program

with educational institutions, has authorized a gift of

$3000 to the University, resulting in a net price of $4068.

He noted that funds are available in the Department's oper-

ating budget and recommended approval of the purchase.

President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



19. Plant and Property, UNR



A. Mr. Pine recommended that authority be granted to have

the grocery store building at the northeast corner of

Artemisia Way and Sierra Street demolished. He noted

that the condition of the building is such that safety

and building code requirements cannot be met without

major remodeling. The area, when cleared, will be

used temporarily for parking. Mr. Pine further noted

the plan has been to also remove the houses on Sierra

and the small residence on Artemisia Way between the

grocery store and the parking (or playground) area and

to landscape the entire area. This will be feasible,

he said, in the Summer of 1970.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that approval be granted

to remove the grocery store immediately and the other

structures in July 1970.



Motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



B. President Miller recalled that in September the Board

voted to table action on the sale of two buildings

located at the Newlands Field Laboratory until in-

formation could be presented on the reason for the

disposal of the buildings and whether or not more

than the one bid reported (from Mr. Charles York of

Fallon for $1500) had been received.



President Miller referred to a report from Dr. Ray

Ely concerning the condition of the buildings and

the reason for their disposal. (Report is identified

as Ref. H, and filed with the permanent minutes.)



Mr. Pine reported that in addition to the bid from Mr.

York of $1500 for both buildings, a Mr. Wall of Fallon

bid $300 for the larger of the two houses. His bid was

rejected. Mr. Pine also noted that the sale was an

open auction with the bidding done orally.



He recommended the bid of Mr. Charles York, in the

amount of $1500 be accepted. President Miller and

Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



C. Mr. Pine presented a progress report on the capital

improvement projects under the supervision of the

University.



D. Mr. Pine reported that a sewer line is presently being

constructed across the Main Station Farm by the City

of Reno with a completion date of October 1. He said

that the contractor has requested an extension of 30

days. Mr. Pine noted that such an extension will delay

planting and will cause additional costs to the College

of Agriculture. He recommended that he be authorized

to negotiate the requested extension of time and that

the settlement be subject to the approval of the College

of Agriculture and the Board of Regents. Part of the

negotiations, he said, would be consideration of the

costs of certain connections required by the College.



Motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Mr. Bell, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



20. Report on Negotiations with State Highway Department Con-

cerning Widening of North Virginia Street



Mr. Pine reported that negotiations with the State Highway

Department have resulted in that agency agreeing to con-

struct an overpass over Highway 395 between Nye Hall and

the Campus. The City of Reno has also approved, he said,

traffic speed controls for that portion of North Virginia

which passes the Campus.



21. Institutional Memberships



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in June, a list of insti-

tutional memberships held by one or more Divisions of the

University System was distributed for information with the

understanding that a supplemental list would be presented

at a later meeting reflecting allocation of these member-

ships by Division. He presented a list of 1968-69 member-

ships proposed for continuance and new memberships pro-

posed for 1969-70 with his recommendation for approval by

the Board. (List identified as Ref. K and filed with

permanent minutes.)



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

without dissent that the membership list be approved as

presented.



22. Analysis of Salary Increases in Extension and Evening

Division Programs



Chancellor Humphrey noted that in September when the in-

crease in salaries for teachers in Extension and Evening

Division programs was approved, the Board expressed concern

that such an increase might result in an increase in fees

or in some reduction in the number of courses that could

be offered. He reported that this problem is currently

being studied in depth and a complete report will be made

in November.



23. Proposed Calendar of 1970 Meetings



Chancellor Humphrey presented a proposed 1970 Meeting

Calendar which had been developed by the Advisory Cabinet

for review by the Board and action at the November meeting.

There was discussion of a possible meeting in Elko, perhaps

in October, and it was agreed that this possibility would be

pursued and a report on possible travel arrangements made

at the November meeting.



24. Professional Personnel Procedures



Mr. Hug noted that he had requested the Presidents and

Director Warburton to ask each Dean or Director to file a

report concerning the existing policy of each College for

employment of new faculty; specifically, the policy as to

interviews, letters of reference, previous employment

record checks, etc. He also noted that he had requested

the Deans to report whether or not the policy was followed

in each case of new faculty employed for 1969-70, and if

it was not, what the circumstances were for non-obsrvance

of the policy. The reports are to be made to the Board

at the November meeting.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, carried without

dissent that the following item be added to the agenda.



25. Mr. Bilbray stated that he wished to have the Board of

Regents recommend that if a Special Meeting of the Legis-

lature is called that Governor Paul Laxalt include the

Athletic Complex (UNLV) as a matter before the Special

Session of the Legislature, adding that this item is next

on the priority list following the Humanites building, UNLV.



Mr. Humphrey pointed out that the existing authorized Capi-

tal Improvement Program includes 20 projects, 9 of which

have been funded by the 1969 Legislature. The 10th pri-

ority is an athletic field and swimming pool for UNLV and

the 15th is a gymnasium for UNLV.



He noted that requesting inclusion on the Special Session

agenda for the entire complex would be contrary to the

priority list adopted by the Board of Regents.



Dr. Anderson expressed concern that some of the already

approved projects required revenue bonds and might be in

funding difficulties. He suggested that any request of

a Special Session first include assistance for these

buildings.



Mr. Jacobsen pointed out that a request to the Legislature

as recommended by Mr. Bilbray would violate the priority

list as adopted and suggested that this matter be referred

to the Administration for a review and recommendation.



Mr. Bilbray objected, stating that delay was unnecessary

since everyone already knew what the top priority need

was. Mr. Jacobsen suggested that the needs of the entire

System must be considered.



Dr. Zorn stated that if it is a matter of urgency to as-

sure that it be included on a Special Session agenda, he

was prepared to state that the Physical Education Complex

was a very high priority at UNLV.



Chancellor Humphrey asked if Dr. Zorn was referring only

to Item #10. Dr. Zorn said that project #10 was most

acute, but UNLV also needs a gymnasium (i. e., priority

#15).



Chancellor Humphrey referred to other priorities on the

Capital Improvement List, noting that 4 other projects

appear between the UNLV athletic fields and the gymnasium.



Mr. Jacobsen asked if this matter had been discussed by

the two Presidents and by the Chancellor. It was deter-

mined that it had not. Mr. Jacobsen urged that the matter

have staff review before the Board took any action.



Mr. Hug agreed, stating that he did not believe the

Capital Improvement Program should be altered until it

had been reviewed by the Administration, at the Campus

and the System levels.



Mr. Bilbray asked for a resolution favoring a Special

Session. Dr. Anderson moved that in the event a Special

Session is called, the Governor be requested to consider

the University's buildings program. Motion seconded by

Mr. Bilbray, carried without dissent.



Mr. Jacobsen moved that Mr. Bilbray's recommendation

(that an Athletic Complex be requested for UNLV) be referred

to the Administration and that it go through the normal

channels for review and that a report be made to the Board

in November. Motion seconded by Mr. Grant.



Mr. Hug suggested that the Presidents and the Chancellor

consider the priority of building projects to be submitted

to a possible Special Session. Mr. Warburton asked if this

discussion would be restricted to capital improvements. It

was determined that it would not be and that DRI would be

included in discussion of possible requests for consider-

ation by a Special Session of the Legislature.



Mr. Jacobsen's motion carried without dissent.



26. Report Concerning Current Enrollment



Chancellor Humphrey presented a report prepared by the

Institutional Studies Officer concerning current enroll-

ment data for both Campuses. (Report filed with permanent

minutes.)



27. Report of Average Salary Comparisons



Chancellor Humphrey also presented a report showing the

average salary comparisons within the University of Nevada

System and a letter from Mr. K. Donald Jessup, Institutional

Studies Officer, analyzing the differences in average salary

between UNR and UNLV. (Both documents filed with permanent

minutes.)



Upon motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, the follow-

ing item was added to the agenda:



28. Approval of Purchase in Excess of $5000



Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened September 25, 1969

for semiannual purchases of canned fruits and vegetables.

The bids are to be awarded on a low per item basis and

were received from the following:



No. of Items Low Amount of Bid



Monarch Foods 37 $ 9,687.54

Abbott Supply Co. 38 10,430.16

M & R Distributing Co. None

Sexton & Co., San Francisco None



Mr. Pine recommended award to Monarch Foods and to Abbott

Supply Co. as indicated above with funds to come from

Auxiliary Enterprises accounts. President Miller and

Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



29. Report of the Committee of the Whole



Mr. Hug reported as follows on the meeting of the Committee

of the Whole on Friday, October 3, 1969:



The Committee of the Whole reviewed a proposal that a

Master of Education in Physical Education be offered at

UNLV. This would be an option to an already approved

masters program within the College of Education.



Upon motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, the

Committee voted to recommend that this proposal be present-

ed to the Board of Regents for a first reading with the

objective of a second reading and action at the November

meeting.



The Committee also received reports from Presidents Miller

and Zorn and from Mr. Alan Peckham, Associate Director, on

behalf of DRI, concerning the progress of current planning

activities of all 3 Divisions. Target date for the review

and recommendations concerning continuance, phasing out or

modifications of existing programs is now January. Phase

I presentations of new programs will proceed in November

and December; however, approval for new programs will not

be given until review of existing programs is completed.



Mr. Hug recommended approval of the Committee's recommenda-

tion.



Motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Mr. Bell, carried with-

out dissent that the action of the Committee be approved by

the Board.



The meeting adjourned at 11:30 A.M.

10-04-1969