10/09/1970

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
October 9-10, 1970








10-09-1970

Pages 1-58

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM

October 9, 1970



The Board of Regents met on the above date in the Travis Lounge,

Jot Travis Student Union, University of Nevada, Reno.



Members present: Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

Mr. James H. Bilbray

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr.

Mr. Harold Jacobsen

Mrs. Molly Knudtsen

Louis Lombardi, M. D.

Mr. R. J. Ronzone

Mr. Albert Seeliger

Dr. Juanita White



Members absent: Mr. Thomas G. Bell

Mr. Archie C. Grant



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President N. Edd Miller, UNR

President R. J. Zorn, UNLV

Director John M. Ward, DRI

Director Charles R. Donnelly, CCD

Chief Deputy Attorney General Daniel Walsh

Academic Vice President Donald Baepler, UNLV

Acting Academic Vice President James Anderson,

UNR

Mr. Edward L. Pine, Business Manager, UNR

Mr. Herman Westfall, Business Manager, UNLV

Mr. Edward Olsen, Director of Information, UNR

Dr. Edmund Barmettler, Senate Chairman, UNR

Dr. John Sharp, Senate Chairman, DRI

Dr. John Vergiels, Senate Chairman, UNLV

Miss Frankie Sue Del Papa, ASUN President

Mr. Richard Myers, CSUN President

Mr. Mark Dawson, Budget Officer, UNS

Mr. K. Donald Jessup, Institutional Studies

Officer, UNS

Mr. David Wilkins, Facilities Coordinator, UNS



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Hug at 10:05 A.M.



1. Upon motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Dr. Anderson, sup-

plemental items 39 through 45 were admitted to the agenda.



2. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meetings



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

minutes of the regular meeting of August 7, 1970, and the

special meeting of September 23, 1970, were approved as

distributed.



3. Report of the Committee of the Whole



Chairman Hug reported that the Committee of the Whole had

recommended that the Doctor of Education degree proposed by

the College of Education, UNR, be approved by the Board of

Regents, effective April 1, 1971, subject to identification

of available funding.



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

without dissent the recommendation of the Committee of the

Whole be approved by the Board.



4. Library Volunteer Program



President Miller reported that the Faculty Women's Club had

developed a Library Volunteer Program two years ago under

the direction of Mrs. Erma Lawlor. Under this program,

members of the Faculty Women's Club have made substantial

contributions toward getting the Library's work done by

assisting with filing, shelving and many other tasks. The

members of this program have contributed a total of 2646

hours to the Library. Dr. Miller stated that in his opinion

this is a substantial contribution, deserving of recogni-

tion, and he wished the Regents to be aware of it.



5. Report of Gifts



Upon motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi,

the following gifts and grants were accepted by the Board:



UNR



Library



Miss Eva Adams, Washington, D. C. - 176 books and miscel-

laneous material, valued at $325.



Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Reno - 5 monographs, 34 medical

journals, and 147 general magazines, valued at $43.



Baha'is of Reno, Reno - renewal of subscription to "World

Order Magazine" for the coming year, no value given.



Mrs. Guy Benham, Reno - 71 "Readers' Digests", valued at

$7.50.



Dr. Verle R. Bohman, UNR - 1 book, "Feeding Aureomycin to

Poultry", valued at $3.50.



Professor John N. Butler, UNR - 15 "Business Week" and 13

"Fortune" magazines, and 7 books, valued at $22.



Dr. Peter Etzkorn, St. Louis, Missouri - 1 book, "Sociology

of Music", valued at $5.



Mr. R. Hooper, UNR - 1 book, "Introduction to Analysis",

valued at $4.



Dr. John G. Houghton, UNR - 2 books, "Physical Geography"

and "Goode's World Atlas", 12th ed., valued at $10.



Mr. Ray R. Huxtable, Reno - 2 copies, "Atlas of River Basins

of the United States", 1 copy to Life Sciences Library, no

value given.



Dr. Lowell L. Jones, UNR - 15 books, part to Life, Science

& Health Library, part to Getchell Library, valued at $60.



Mr. Arthur Kelly, Reno - 4 cartons of books, valued at $75.



Dr. Kenneth C. Kemp, UNR - 2 books, "The Chemistry of Het-

erocyclic Compounds" and "Identification of Organic Com-

pounds", valued at $5.



Mr. Conway Lanford, Reno - 23 copies of "Ecumenical Studies

1964-70", valued at $52.



Dr. Rosella Linskie, UNR - 14 books, valued at $30.



Mrs. Edna Luichinger, Reno - 4 books, valued at $6.



President N. Edd Miller, UNR - 4 books, 1 paperbound book,

valued at $5.



Dr. Robert J. Morris, Reno - 448 chemical and cosmetic

journals, valued at $920.



Mrs. Christine A. Ohuger, Reno - 1 thesis in Spanish,

valued at $10.



Mrs. Gladys Parker, UNR - 21 books, 12 paperback books,

valued at $15.



Mr. Dana Robards, Reno - 5 books of religion, valued at $5.



Dr. Joseph H. Robertson, UNR - 1 "International Botanical

Congress" to the Life Science Library, valued at $2.



Mrs. Elsa Sameth, Riverside, California - historical materi-

als to University Archives, no value given.



Dr. Vernon E. Scheid, Reno - 1 geologic atlas, miscellaneous

material, 50 unbound USGS bulletins, 82 books, 1 box geolog-

ic maps, 3 science magazines, Vol. 80, "Geological Society

of America Bulletin" 1969 and proceedings, Vol. 54 "American

Mineralogist" 1969, Vol. 64, "Economic Geology" 1969, Vol.

47, #3 and 4, Vol. 21, "Mining Engineering", total value

$450.



Mrs. Eleanor Scrottish, Reno - 72 paperbacks, 32 pocket

books (Little Leather Library), 58 textbooks, and 40

miscellaneous books, valued at $125.



Mr. George B. Stewart, San Francisco, California - 1

"American Place Names", valued at $12.50.



Miss Kathy Templeton, Reno - 4 books, valued at $8.



Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elcano, Reno - $15 in memory of Mr. James

Mc Nabney, Jr.



Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gafney, Reno - $10 in memory of Mrs.

Clara Eglin.



Clark J. Guild, Jr. Family, Reno - $15 in memory of Mr.

James Mc Nabney, Jr.



Harold E. Halvorson, M. D., Reno - $25 to the Medical

Library Fund in memory of Mrs. Henrietta Herz.



Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Mc Neil, Reno - $5 in memory of Mr. James

Mc Nabney, Jr.



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

Mc Nabney, Jr.



School of Medical Sciences



Mrs. Helen L. Foreman, Carol Madotte and Dana Little, Reno

- $5 in memory of Mr. Robert J. Casci.



Theodore and Marilee Zmak, Sparks - $5 in memory of Mr.

Robert J. Casci.



Miscellaneous



Alumni Association, UNR - $12,003 from 68 members from

7/23/70 through 9/2/70.



Atlas Minerals, Denver, Colorado - $200 to the Mackay School

of Mines, to be used as grants-in-aid to high school stu-

dents who have indicated they will enroll in some mineral

engineering curriculum.



Basic Refractories, Gabbs - $500 to Mackay School of Mines,

to be used as grants-in-aid to high school students who

have indicated they will enroll in some mineral engineering

curriculum.



Chemagro Corporation, Kansas City, Missouri - $950 research

grant-in-aid to the Agricultural Experiment Station, College

of Agriculture, in support of project on alfalfa weevil

control.



FMC Corporation, Pocatello, Idaho - $300 to Mackay School

of Mines to be used as grants-in-aid to high school students

who have indicated they will enroll in some mineral engi-

neering curriculum.



International Telephone & Telegraph Corporation, New York,

New York - 1 Model M-33TC Teletypewriter to the Electrical

Engineering Department, to help develop a facility to pro-

vide a remote-batch type of computer terminal, under the

direction of Professor Charles F. Fell, no value given.



Nevada Bankers Association, Reno - $5000 4th payment to

the College of Business Administration for Nevada Bankers

Association Chair in Banking and Finance.



Nevada Insurance Education Foundation, Reno - $10,000 to

the Insurance Education Program.



Nevada VFW Auxiliary, Reno - $450 in support of Cancer

Research, under the direction of Dr. Dean Fletcher, Divi-

sion of Biochemistry.



San Rafael General Hospital Foundation, Inc., San Rafael,

California - $500 award to Miss Michele Tourte for the

Fall semester, 1970 to study Nursing.



Mr. William Otis Sweet, Reno - mounted birds and mammals,

valued at $2650.



Scholarships



The Anaconda Company, Weed Heights - $500 to the Anaconda

Company Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Miss Theresa A.

Chesarek for the 1970-71 academic year.



State of Nevada Employees Association, Carson City - $600

to the State of Nevada Employees Association Scholarship

Fund, to be awarded to Miss Dorothy Rink for the 1970-71

academic year.



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

$500 to the Steiner American Foundation, Inc., Scholarship

Fund, to be awarded to J. Steven Borroum for the 1970-71

academic year.



Tahoe Timber Company of Nevada, Inc., Reno - $500 to the

Reno Aces Scholarship Fund.



Teddy "Bear" Havas Motors, Reno - $1000 to Teddy "Bear"

Havas Motors Scholarship Fund, to be awarded in the Speech

and Drama Department ($500) and in the Law Enforcement De-

partment ($500) for the 1970-71 academic year.



Judge Bruce R. Thompson, Reno - $75 to the Reuben C.

Thompson Scholarship (Philosophy) Fund, in memory of Pro-

fessor Thompson, to be awarded to Larry E. Chandler for

the 1970-71 academic year.



Justice Gordon R. Thompson, Carson City - $75 to the Reuben

C. Thompson Scholarship (Philosophy) Fund, in memory of

Professor Thompson, to be awarded to Larry E. Chandler for

the 1970-71 academic year.



Tonopah Memorial Scholarship Association, Tonopah - $250 to

Tonopah Memorial Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Miss

Frieda Del Papa for the 1970-71 academic year.



University Scholarship Foundation, Beverly Hills, California

- $600 for student employed as a Research Assistant in En-

vironmental Sciences, Department of Biology, to be awarded

to Robyn Stoeker.



Anonymous - $200 to the Miscellaneous (Clark College)

Scholarship Fund, awarded to Mr. James Harrison for the

1970-71 academic year.



ASARCO Foundation, New York, New York - $1500 to the ASARCO

Foundation Scholarship (Mines) Fund, to be awarded to Mr.

Richard D. Haddenham and Mr. Eugene A. Skweir, $750 each,

for the 1970-71 academic year.



Miss Su-Yueh Chen, Reno - $600 to Nevada-Chinese Scholarship

Fund, to be awarded to Miss Sue-Ge Chen for the 1970-71

academic year.



Miss Su-Yueh Chen, Reno - $2400 to the Nevada-Chinese Pio-

neer Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Miss Sue-Ge Chen

for the 1970-71 academic year.



Churchill County High School, Fallon - $2450 to the

Churchill County High School Scholarship Fund, to be

awarded to 7 Churchill County High School students.



Crown Zellerback Foundation, San Francisco, California -

$500 to Crown Zellerback Foundation Scholarship (Journalism)

to be awarded to Miss Eustacia Kies for the 1970-71 aca-

demic year.



Doctors' Wives of Washoe County, Reno - $1700 to Doctors'

Wives of Washoe County Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to

8 students for the Fall semester.



The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, Fort Smith, Arkansas -

$1000 to Donald W. Reynolds Scholarship (Journalism), to be

awarded to John Brodeur, Journalism student, as a 2-year

scholarship.



Mr. Allen Dunn, Reno - $200 to the Reno Aces Scholarship

Fund.



Earl Wooster Senior High School, Reno - $3950 to Wooster

High School Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to 20 Wooster

High June graduates for the 1970-71 academic year.



Reno Lodge No. 597, B. P. O. Elks, Reno - $125 to Reno Elks

Lodge #597 Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Richann

Thompson for the Fall semester, 1970.



Reno Rotary Club, Reno - $1400 to Reno Rotary Club Scholar-

ship Fund to be awarded to 4 Reno High School graduates.



Mr. Silas E. Ross, Reno - $500 to the Silas E. Ross Scholar-

ship Fund, to be awarded to Miss Susan L. Carter and Miss

Mella D. Chapman, ($250 each) for the Fall semester, 1970.



San Joaquin Delta College Trust Funds, Stockton, California

- $76 to Mark Twain Scholarship (Miscellaneous) Fund, to

be awarded to Miss Yolanda Burres for the Fall semester,

1970.



Mr. and Mrs. Sol Savitt, Reno - $750 to the Mr. and Mrs.

Sol Savitt Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Barbara

Gruenewald, Donald Mitchell and Kerry Cartier ($250 each)

for the Fall semester, 1970.



The Scripps-Howard Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio - $250 to

the Kate L. Bartholomew Scholarship (Journalism) Fund, to

be awarded to a Journalism major.



Sears-Roebuck Foundation, El Cajon, California - $400 to

the Sears-Roebuck Foundation (Home Economics) Scholarship

Fund, to be awarded to Miss Marilyn Maroon for the 1970-71

academic year.



Mr. Frank W. Shattuck, Reno - $551.56 to the Reno Aces

Scholarship Fund.



Sparks Nugget, Sparks - $3500 to the John Ascuaga Scholar-

ship Fund, to be awarded to 14 John Ascuaga scholars for

the 1970-71 academic year.



Standard Oil Company, Carson City - $800 to FFA Standard

Oil Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Michael Riordan

and Kenneth Achurra ($400 each), for the 1970-71 academic

year.



Miss Nevada Pageant, Reno - $800 to "MISS NEVADA" Scholar-

ship Fund, to be awarded to Tanya Wilson, $500, and Celeste

Ann Dickson, $300, for the 1970-71 academic year.



Miss Reno Pageant, Sparks - $500 to Miss Reno Scholarship

Fund, to be awarded to Miss Tanya Wilson, Miss Reno, 1970.



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

Nevada Nurses Association, District #1 Scholarship Fund,

to be awarded to Miss Cynthia Littler.



Nevada State Golf Association, Las Vegas - $500 to Nevada

State Golf Association Scholarship Fund and $500 to James

Schuyler Memorial Scholarship Fund.



Newmont Mining Corporation, New York, New York - $7547.50

to Mackay School of Mines, to be awarded to 5 students for

the 1970-71 academic year.



Ralston Purina Company, St. Louis, Missouri - $500 to

Ralston Purina Scholarship (Agriculture) Fund, to be award-

ed to Kenneth Benson for the 1970-71 academic year.



Mr. Harvey A. Reynolds, Reno - $10,000 to the Harvey A.

Reynolds and Thelma Threlkel Scholarship Fund, to be

awarded annually in two increments to either a graduate

or undergraduate student of Animal Diseases and/or

Veterinary Science.



Reno Emblem Club 372, Reno - $200 to Reno Emblem Club 372

Scholarship (Speech Therapy) Fund, to be awarded to Barbara

L. Ferrari for the Fall semester, 1970.



Reno Lodge No. 597, B. P. O. Elks, Reno - $1000 to the Reno

Elks Lodge No. 597 Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Tim

Janke, Danalee Mitchell, Marnell Chapman and Stephen Walsh

($250 each) for the 1970-71 academic year.



William Brodhead Memorial Scholarship Fund, Reno - $6000

to the William Brodhead Memorial Scholarship Fund, to be

used to fund scholarship stipends for students pursuing

a career in Law Enforcement.



Josephine Beam Scholarship, Salt Lake City, Utah - $6000

to the Josephine Beam Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to

12 Nevada High School graduates for the 1970-71 academic

year.



Kiwanis Club of Reno, Reno - $600 to Kiwanis Club of Reno

Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Margie Brown and Debbie

Mc Lean ($300 each) for the 1970-71 academic year.



Ladies Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Reno - $150 to

Ladies Auxiliary, V. F. W. Scholarship Fund, to be awarded

to Miss Kathleen Cripps for the Fall semester, 1970.



The Luke B. Hancock Foundation, Palo Alto, California -

$6000 to the Luke B. Hancock Foundation - Eagle Scout

Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to 12 recipients of the

Eagle Scout awards for the 1970-71 academic year.



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, Carson City - $3000 to the

Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, to be awarded to Nevada

resident Indians, Donna Lee Belzer, Audrey Lynn Frank,

Michael Lovell Kane, Flora Ellen Romick, David W. Schuck

and Lorenda Mary Thompson ($500 each).



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, Reno - $6000 to the William

Brodhead Memorial Scholarship fund, as matching funds, the

earnings to fund scholarship stipends for students pursuing

a career in Law Enforcement.



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, Reno - $8250 to the Home

Economics and Agricultural Scholarship Program for the

1970-71, next to the last, year of support.



Milo W. Bekins Foundation, Los Angeles, California - $350

to the Milo W. Bekins Foundation Scholarship Fund, to be

awarded to Mr. Edward Montgomery for the 1970-71 academic

year.



Western Nevada Peace Officers Association, Reno - $108.75

to the Western Nevada Peace Officers Association Scholar-

ship Fund, to be awarded to Miss Caroline Chin, to be used

in combination with the unused balance of $141.25 awarded

to Miss Jeannie J. Tadlock, Account No. 1-31-4124, for

the Fall semester, 1970.



Women's Auxiliary, Lahontan Basin Medical Society, Carson

City - $200 to Women's Auxiliary, Lahontan Basin Medical

Society Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Miss Audrey L.

Frank, for the 1970-71 academic year.



Women's Auxiliary, Marin Medical Society, San Rafael, Cali-

fornia - $100 to the Marin Medical Society, Women's Auxili-

ary Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to Miss Michele Tourte

for the 1970-71 academic year.



The Women's Christian Temperance Union, Inc., Reno - $470

to the Women's Christian Temperance Union Scholarship Fund,

to be awarded to Sharon Walsh ($135); Beverly Broady ($135);

Celeste A. Huey ($100); and Eileen Emerson ($100), for the

1970 Fall semester.



Women's Club of North Tahoe, Incline Village - $400 to the

Women's Club of North Tahoe Scholarship Fund, to be awarded

to Miss Vicki Mollhagen for the 1970-71 academic year.



Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Yeates, Glenbrook - $300 to the

Kenneth W. Yeates Scholarship Fund, Department of Psychol-

ogy, to be awarded to Mr. Mark Massingill for the 1970-71

academic year.



Robin Ryser Memorial Research Fund (Psychology Department):



Anonymous - $15

Miss Lois Austin, Sparks - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Laurence H. Beal, Reno - $15

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Casey, Monona, Wisconsin - $5

Mrs. C. H. Conour, Reno - $10

Dr. and Mrs. John M. Davis, Reno - $50

Mrs. Carl A. Dawson, Sparks - $3

Dr. and Mrs. Russell R. Elliott, Reno - $15

Dr. and Mrs. R. Allen Gardner, Reno - $100

Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Green, Carson City - $25

Mr. Arthur V. Gruendler, Madison, Wisconsin - $2

Mrs. Robert Horalek, Madison, Wisconsin - $10

Mrs. C. F. Kempfert, Monroe, Wisconsin - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Kleiner, Reno - $5

Dr. and Mrs. Jack Kroll, Reno - $25

Dr. and Mrs. Edmond F. Lawrence, Reno - $15

Dr. and Mrs. Lon S. Mc Girk, Reno - $10

Miss Lucille Mesic, Sparks - $5

President N. Edd Miller, UNR - $14

Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Morris, Reno - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Arden B. Morrow, Sparks - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Hugh N. Mozingo, Reno - $30

Dean and Mrs. T. D. O'Brien, Reno - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Parker, Reno - $5

Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Pontrelli, Reno - $20

Dr. and Mrs. A. U. Ricciardi, Reno - $50

Dr. and Mrs. Fred A Ryser and Family, Reno - $100

Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Ryser, Sr., Monona, Wisconsin -

$125

Dr. and Mrs. David B. Slemmons, Falls Church, Virginia -

$20

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Spears, Reno - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Sutherland, Lemmon Valley - $10

Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Tibbitts, Sparks - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Baldev K. Vig, Reno - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Warner Whipple, Reno - $5

Mrs. E. A. Wilmot, Peoria, Illinois - $5



Grants



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, Reno - $104,500 to the

National College of State Trial Judges.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health

Service, Washington, D. C. -



$686,010 to School of Medical Sciences, Grant No.

IC05-CF-04090-01, for construction and equipment of

Teaching Facility.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of

Education, Washington, D. C. -



Allocation for year, $150,975, approved level of

lending, $243,750, to the National Defense Student

Loan Program for 1970-71 academic year.



$110,700 for Educational Opportunity Grant trans-

mitted to the Coordinator of Student Financial Aid

(Trans. #C5084240).



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington,

D. C. -



$66,775, Research Grant for Aqueous Surface Chemistry

of Asbestos Minerals under the direction of Dr. Ross

W. Smith.



DRI



Atomic Energy Commission - $17,500 for a one year contract

for "This Atomic World Unit" under the direction of G. B.

Maxey.



Atomic Energy Commission - $30,000 for a one year contract

for "Hydrologic Data Storage & Retrieval" under the direc-

tion of G. B. Maxey.



National Science Foundation - $100,300 for a two year con-

tract for "Cloud Models for Weather Modification" under

the direction of E. X. Berry.



Environmental Science Service Administration - $26,277 for

a one year contract for "Production & Electrification of

Satellite Particles Resulting from Cloud Drop Impactions

on Graupel Particles and Hailstones" under the direction

of J. Hallett.



CCD



Scholarship



Nevada Telephone-Telegraph Company, Reno - $250 to the

Nevada Telephone-Telegraph Company Scholarship Fund, to

be awarded to a Tonopah High School graduate. This year's

recipient is Mr. Joseph Dwyer, for the 1970-71 academic

year.



Miscellaneous



Nevada Franchised Auto Dealers Association, Elko - $1000

to the Auto Technology Program.



UNLV



Library



Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Adams, Las Vegas - $24



Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Mrs.

Linnea Keller.



Mr. Harley E. Harmon, Las Vegas - $25 in memory of Mrs.

Kay B. Dykes.



Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crowe, Las Vegas - $15 in memory of

Mrs. Kay B. Dykes.



International Hotel Employees, Las Vegas - $120 in memory

of Mrs. Helene Kalter.



Dr. Robert A. Lysgaard, Las Vegas - $75 in memory of Mrs.

Helene Kalter.



Mrs. Eva C. Bortman, UNLV - $25 in memory of Mrs. Lucille

Soled.



Members of the Desert Inn Country Club, Las Vegas - $25 in

memory of Mr. Fred Wagner.



Colonel and Mrs. Clark W. Coleman, Las Vegas - $10 in

memory of Mr. Austin H. Bowler.



Foley Brothers, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Mr. Clesse

Turner.



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

Siefert, Las Vegas - $25 in memory of Mr. Clesse Turner.



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

Clesse Turner.



Dr. Robert O. Boord, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Mr. Dan

Mitrione.



Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Laub, Las Vegas, in the names of

Mr. and Mrs. David Bobs, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Boyer and

Mr. and Mrs. William Fairhall - $30 in memory of Mr. A.

E. Brown.



Library - In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Holyoak:



Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Laub and Mr. and Mrs. David

Bobs, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cunningham, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Kennedy, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Morse, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Vernon, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Down, Las Vegas - $10

Mrs. Deborah M. Shillinglaw, Las Vegas - $12.50

Mr. Dan Breeze, Las Vegas - $10

Gaming Industry Association of Nevada, Reno - $25

Southern Nevada Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Club, Las

Vegas - $20

Mr. James O. Sill, Las Vegas - $10

Singleton, Beckley, De Lanoy, Jemison & Reid, Las Vegas

- $25

Mr. and Mrs. Drake De Lanoy, Las Vegas - $20

Mrs. Linda M. Vause, Las Vegas, in the names of Robert

L. Ruymann, Belle C. James, Mary Ferry and Loraine

Pendrey - $30

Mr. Ted H. Brandt, Las Vegas - $11

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Maheu, Las Vegas - $100

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

Siefert, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. Jack Binion and Family, Las Vegas - $100

Stardust Hotel, Las Vegas - $250

Mr. Allan D. Sachs, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Moffitt, Las Vegas - $25

Bunker, Jones & Bradshaw, Las Vegas - $25

Mrs. Jill Turner Goldstone, Las Vegas - $50

Dr. and Mrs. Everett C. Freer, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Luckman, Las Vegas - $15

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Noblitt, Colton, California -

$20

Boyd, Leavitt and Freedman, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. Sam A. Boyd and Mr. William S. Boyd, Las Vegas - $25

The Honorable Alan Bible, Washington, D. C. - $10

Pardee-Phillips Home Builders Personnel, Las Vegas -

$100

Mrs. Barbara Keitel, Catherine & Richie, Las Vegas - $25

Dr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Rhodes, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. Robert W. Sally, Las Vegas - $30

Mrs. Marion Hicks, Marianne & John, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Leveritt, Henderson - $10

Allen and Hanson, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Laub, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. William C. Singleton, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cline, Milford, Utah - $7.50

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Benson, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Brothers, Redondo Beach, Cali-

fornia - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Becker and Martin Becker, Las Vegas -

$10

Mrs. Ann D. Walters, Las Vegas - $10

Colonel and Mrs. Clark W. Coleman, Las Vegas - $10

Dunes Hotel Executives, Las Vegas - $100

Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Lahr, Las Vegas - $25

Judge Robert T. Foley, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. D. J. Workman, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. Louis Wiener, Jr. and Mr. David Goldwater, Las

Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Hanna, Las Vegas - $10

Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Clark, Las Vegas - $10

Mrs. Marlene Sylvain, Las Vegas - $7

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richardson, William Richardson and

Mrs. Leva G. Beckley, Las Vegas - $15

Mr. Jack C. Cherry, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Griffiths, Las Vegas - $5

Judge David Zenoff, Carson City - $10

Mr. Neil Fischer, Mr. Paul Graf and Mr. Charles

Silverman - Los Angeles - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Jordan, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Byron P. Warner, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. John Grandi, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Mooney, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Glass, Las Vegas - $15

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Spratt, Las Vegas - $10

Miss Deanna Cram, Las Vegas - $10

Fremont Hotel, Las Vegas - $50

Nevada Resort Association, Las Vegas - $25

Sheriff Ralph Lamb, Las Vegas - $25

Undersheriff W. Lloyd Bell, Las Vegas - $25

Foley Brothers, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Petersen, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Bert H. Purdy, Las Vegas - $5

Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Hemington, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. C. C. Magleby, Las Vegas - $15

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Naylor, Las Vegas - $15

Mrs. J. F. Blakemore, Fort Smith, Arkansas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Miller, Las Vegas - $5

Miss Fern Kelly, Kansas City, Missouri - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lewis, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Young, Las Vegas - $25

Guild, Guild and Cunningham, Reno - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Craig G. Ensign, Northwood, Iowa - $25

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Hirsch, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V. Francy, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Emil M. Pahor, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Blaine, Las Vegas - $25

Banlow Development Co., Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wengert, Las Vegas - $30

Mrs. Arlene C. Southard, Las Vegas - $10

Mrs. B. J. Swanson, Las Vegas - $10

Mrs. Ruth C. Ferron, Las Vegas - $10

Desert Inn Country Club Members, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. G. William Coulthard, Las Vegas - $50

Judge and Mrs. Russell S. Waite, Las Vegas - $15

Mr. John Peter Lee, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. Harley E. Harmon, Las Vegas - $100

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan P. Head, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. Gerald Pfister, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Beatty, Las Vegas - $7.50

Mrs. Beth Willis, Las Vegas - $10



Music-Concert Series:



Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E. Jordan, Las Vegas - $50

Dr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Daiell, Las Vegas - $25 in

memory of Mr. Clesse Turner

Mrs. Bob Kintz, Las Vegas - $5



UNLV Art Gallery



Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Daiell, Las Vegas - $25

Mrs. Pilar Lum, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. G. E. Franklin, Sr., Las Vegas - $25

Mrs. Nancy Shepherd, Las Vegas - $25

Dr. and Mrs. Harris Knudson, Las Vegas - $25

Marshall-Rousso, Inc., Las Vegas - $25

Undersheriff Lloyd Bell, Las Vegas - $25



UNLV Academic Progress:



Mr. James D. Santini, Las Vegas - $15

Mr. Jerry W. Gordon, Las Vegas - $35



Performing Arts:



Mrs. Judith Bailey, Las Vegas - $3000

Bank of Nevada, Las Vegas - $2500

Mrs. Ted H. Brandt, Las Vegas - $250

Dr. and Mrs. Chester D. Lockwood, Las Vegas - $250

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

Culinary Workers Union, Local 226, Las Vegas - $2000



Scholarships



Sunrise Hospital Women's Auxiliary, Las Vegas - $5000



Sunrise Hospital Women's Auxiliary, Las Vegas - $3500



Reynolds Electrical & Engineering Co., Inc., Las Vegas -

$500



Opti-Mrs. Club, Las Vegas - $239.25



University of Science and Art, Denver, Colorado - $164.50



Nevada Association of Medical Assistants, Reno - $200



Jewish War Veterans, Las Vegas - $577.50 two scholarships

for Mr. Jeffrey Gresser and Miss Nancy Jackson.



Doctors' Wives of Washoe County, Reno - $175



William Randolph Hearst Foundation, San Francisco, Cali-

fornia - $500



Las Vegas Chapter of Executives' Secretaries, Inc., Las

Vegas - $400



Food Fair Stores Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -

$250



Nevada State Golf Association, Las Vegas - $1000



Nevada Resort Association, Las Vegas - $8500



Athletic Grants-in-Aid:



Dr. Charles J. Abdo, Jr., Las Vegas - $375

Sheriff Ralph Lamb, Las Vegas - $375

Mr. Michael Mack, Las Vegas - $125

Mr. Jack Binion, Las Vegas - $1500

Dr. Albert G. Noorda, Las Vegas - $375

Dr. Leon H. Steinberg, Las Vegas - $375

Mr. Charles Knaus, Las Vegas - $750

Mr. Frank Sennes, Sr., Las Vegas - $1500

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mc Namee, Las Vegas - $375

Dr. Charles J. Kilduff, Las Vegas - $375

Mr. Thomas Wiesner, Las Vegas - $375

Mr. Jerry Herbst, Las Vegas - $750

Mr. Jeff Dyke and Mr. James L. Britton, III, Las Vegas

- $750

Jungle Club, Las Vegas - $175

Four Queens Hotel, Las Vegas - $1500

Las Vegas Club, Las Vegas - $1500

Jerry's Nugget, Las Vegas - $1500

Senator Howard W. Cannon, Las Vegas - $375

Keltner, Milam & Johnson, Las Vegas - $750

General Charles Baron, Las Vegas - $750

Dr. William J. Cavin, Las Vegas - $375

Dr. Harold J. Feikes, Las Vegas - $750

Mr. Jackie Gaughan, Las Vegas - $1500

Sunrise Hospital, Las Vegas - $1500

Laxalt, Bell, Berry, Allison & Le Baron, Las Vegas -

$300

Dr. and Mrs. John L. Pretto, Las Vegas - $500

Mr. Joe Pignatello, Las Vegas - $750

Mr. Jack Laxer, Las Vegas - $100

Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Daseler, Las Vegas - $375



UNLV Football Foundation "Grand 100 Club":



Mr. Roy A. Woofter, Las Vegas - $100

Mr. Jerome F. Snyder, Las Vegas - $500

Dr. and Mrs. William B. Harris, Las Vegas - $500



Grants



U. S. Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. - $25,000

for Law Enforcement Education Program.



HEW, Office of Education, Washington, D. C. - $109,575 to

the National Defense Student Loan, #BHE-SFA-LB.



Lion's Club of Las Vegas Executives, Las Vegas - $3000



Bureau of Education for the Handicapped - $42,600 for

Traineeships in Special Education.



HEW - $4290 for the Library Resources Program.



Nevada Resort Association, Las Vegas - $21,500 to the Col-

lege of Hotel Administration for instructional support.



National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D. C. -

$23,356



Department of Interior, National Park Service - $6000 for

Research Grant to Dr. Bradley.



United Commerical Travelers Benevolent Foundation, Inc.,

Oakland, California - $1250 for Cancer Research under the

direction of Dr. Storm.



Nevada State Department of Education - $7200 for Summer

Traineeship in Special Education.



Nevada State Department of Education - $14,000 for Trainee-

ships in Special Education.



Wyoming State Department of Education - $900 for Summer

Traineeship in Special Education.



Miscellaneous



Dr. Juanita White, Boulder City - $12 unrestricted gift.



Mr. and Mrs. Bob Breit, Las Vegas - $75 unrestricted gift

to the College of Fine Arts.



UNS



University Press



Sahara-Nevada Foundation, Las Vegas - $1000



6. Report of Personnel Actions



Upon motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, the

following personnel appointments were approved as recom-

mended by the appropriate officers:



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Kathleen Adam, Extension Home Economist, Washoe County,

9/16/70 to 6/30/71 - $8850 (new position)



Phyllis Ahlstrom, Extension Home Economist, Indian Pro-

grams, 9/14/70 to 6/30/71 - $8850 (replacement for Patricia

Yensen)



Mildred Amis, Instructor in Home Economics, 9/1/70 to

6/30/71 - $10,800 (replacement for Peyton Clark)



David F. Bruce, Graduate Research Fellow in Animal Science,

30% time, AY 1970-71 - $1666.70 (temporary position)



Marilyn E. Crane, Instructor in Home Economics, AY 1970-71 -

$7700 (replacement for Julia Hoss)



Will Gray Crockett II, Graduate Teaching Fellow in English,

AY 1970-71 - (replacement for Carl Andra)



Mustafa L. Elzoghby, Instructor in Food Services Management,

Home Economics, AY 1970-71 - $9000 (new, temporary position)



Phoebe Jane Fox, Graduate Research Fellow in Home Economics,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Elizabeth Dewsnup)



Virginia E. Hunter, Graduate Research Fellow in Animal

Science, AY 1970-71 - $2750 (replacement for Gary Rohwer)



Mary Hussey, Associate Professor of Home Economics, AY

1970-71 - $15,500 (replacement for Betty Campbell)



William Itterly, Graduate Research Fellow in Biochemistry,

AY 1970-71 - $2750 (vacant position)



Garwin E. Lorain, Junior Remote Sensing Specialist in RNR,

Fiscal Year 1970-71 - $8850 (temporary position)



Don R. Miller, Extension Youth Agent, Clark County, 8/24/70

to 6/30/71 - $10,020 (replacement for David Barber)



Thomas Lee Smith, Graduate Research Fellow in Biochemistry,

AY 1970-71 - $2750 (temporary position)



Robert Leo Speck, Graduate Research Fellow in Plant, Soil &

Water Science, AY 1970-71 - $2750 (replacement for Hong-

Ming Joung)



John D. Swanson, Graduate Research Fellow in RNR, FY 1970-71

- $3750 (replacement for Dan Arosteguy)



Thomas J. Trelease, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Fisheries

Management, AY 1970-71 - (New Adjunct position)



Wey-wen Wang, Lecturer in Biochemistry, 40% time, AY 1970-

71 - $2690 (temporary position)



William H. Welch, Jr., Assistant Professor of Biochemistry,

8/1/70 to 6/30/71 - $12,300 (replacement for Dean Fletcher)



Toni C. Zobell, Graduate Research Fellow in Home Economics,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Barbara Ross)



Kent C. Di Fiore, Graduate Research Fellow in Biochemistry,

9/15/70 to 6/30/71 - $2750 (replacement for Chung-Hee)



Jeanne L. Maroon, Extension 4-H & Youth Specialist, Home

Economics, 9/1/70 to 6/30/71 - $8850 (temporary position)



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Charles L. Anderson, Research Junior in Psychology, AY

1970-71 - $6725 (new position)



Constance V. Antone, Student Assistant in Biology, Spring

semester 1971 - $525 (new position, Honors Board)



Barbara M. Broadbent, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Health

and P. E., AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



Ellen Elizabeth Budy, Graduate Teaching Fellow in English,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Donna Allego)



Dick Le Roy Carlson, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Foreign

Languages & Literature, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement

for Roland Dannan)



Jackson Bang-Yaw Chin, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Mathe-

matics, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Julian Chan)



Will Gray Crockett, II, Graduate Teaching Fellow in English,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Carl Andra)



James Orr Curtis, Jr., Assistant Professor of Chemistry,

AY 1970-71 - $10,250 (replacement for Charles Rose)



Charles E. Dreiling, Assistant Professor of Biology, Spring

semester 1971 - $4937.50 (vacant position, contingent upon

completion of Ph. D.)



Harold John Eatinger, Lecturer & Assistant Football Coach,

AY 1970-71 - $11,000 (replacement for Raymond Gonsalves)



Neal Allen Ferguson, Assistant Professor of History, AY

1970-71 - $9500 (replacement for Leon der Mergrian, con-

tingent upon completion of Ph. D.)



Fred R. Fogo, Graduate Teaching Fellow in English, AY

1970-71 - $2900 (replacement for Sally Krauter)



Roger S. Fouts, Research Assistant in Psychology, Fall

semester 1970 - $5312.50 (temporary position)



Cynthia T. Galley, Graduate Teaching Fellow in English,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Richard Rardin)



Faye H. Gansberg, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Health and

P. E., AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



John Roger Gustafson, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Biology,

AY 1970-71 - $2700 (replacement for Gayle Morrow)



Richard K. Hagen, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Chemistry,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Bruce Prall)



Mary White Harder, Graduate Research Fellow in Sociology,

AY 1970-71 - $2900 (replacement for Peter Heller)



James P. Hawke, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Biology, AY

1970-71 - $2700 (replacement for John Gallian)



Lenore M. Kosso, Graduate Research Fellow for Centennial

History Project, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (special position)



Thomas P. Lugaski, Student Assistant in Biology, Fall

semester 1970 - $525 (temporary position, Honors Board)



William D. Lutz, Graduate Teaching Fellow in English, AY

1970-71 - $2900 (replacement for Nancy Hooper)



Catherine L. Mann, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Health &

P. E., AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



Michael L. Masterson, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Psycho-

logical Service Center, AY 1970-71 - $2900 (replacement

for G. O'Brien and G. Ziesemer)



Roberta F. Matteson, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Psychology,

1/4 time, AY 1970-71 - $1250 (replacement for John Touhey)



Jacqueline S. Mitchell, Graduate Teaching Fellow in English,

Fall semester 1970 - $1250 (temporary appointment, vacant

position)



Ronald F. Moore, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Health & P. E.,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



Richard A. Naylor, Graduate Teaching Fellow in English, AY

1970-71 - $2700 (replacement for Lee Walsh)



Frederick C. Nix, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Physics, Fall

semester 1970 - $1450 (replacement for David Mc Kinstrey)



Barbara H. Peevers, Assistant Psychologist, Fall semester

1970 - $5125 (temporary position)



Rolf H. Peterson, Jr., Graduate Teaching Fellow in Philos-

ophy, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Carol Tresner)



George M. Pierovich, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Health &

P. E., AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



Joan Porter, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Health & P. E.,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



Margaret Ann Ronald, Assistant Professor of English, AY

1970-71 - $9875 (vacant position, contingent upon completion

of Ph. D.)



Robert B. Simmons, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Sociology,

AY 1970-71 - $2700 (replacement for Tetsuden Kashima)



Colleen C. Stotler, Lecturer in Social Services & Correc-

tions, FY 1970-71 - $8070 (new, temporary position)



Charles C. Unterseher, Lecturer in Art, AY 1970-71 - $9975

(replacement for Charles Ross)



Robert Jackson Waste, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Political

Science, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (Honors Board)



Jack R. Woodyard, Graduate Research Fellow in Physics, AY

1970-71 - $2900 (temporary position)



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Dennis R. Barton, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Marketing,

1/4 time, AY 1970-71 - $1250 (replacement for Marshall

Lewis)



William V. Burgess, Graduate Research Fellow in B. B. &

E. R., 1/4 time, AY 1970-71 - $1250 (temporary position)



Craig R. Goral, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Marketing,

1/4 time, AY 1970-71 - $1250 (1/2 replacement for Donald

Kiernan, Sr.)



Tomas Doerr Surowka, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Marketing,

1/4 time, AY 1970-71 - $1250 (1/2 replacement for Donald

Kiernan, Sr.)



Jay F. Van Lydegraf, Graduate Research Fellow in B. B. &

E. R., AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Susan Wisler)



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Sandra M. Detering, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Special

Education, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (new position)



Carol Ann Dupuis, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Elementary

Education, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (new position)



Johanne P. Mattice, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Special

Education, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



Ada Faye Richmond, Assistant Director, Upward Bound and

Researcher in Research and Planning Center, 8/1/70 to

6/30/71 - $8070 (new position)



Lois L. Schmidlin, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Elementary

Education, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (new position)



Cynthia L. Strang, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Special

Education, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Ann Cady)



Andrea Woodbury, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Elementary

Education, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (double appointment, 2 con-

tracts, temporary position)



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



John A. Carito, Student Assistant in Electrical Engineering,

40% time, AY 1970-71 - $1680 (temporary position)



James Pekar, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Civil Engineering,

Fall semester 1970 - $1250 (replacement for Donald Banta)



Paul M. Reed, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Civil Engineering,

AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Stephen Dmytriw)



Paul Weir, Graduate Research Fellow in Civil Engineering,

Fall semester 1970 - $1250 (temporary position)



GENERAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION



George W. Schweitzer, Coordinator-State Fire Training

Program, 9/14/70 to 6/30/71 - $11,850 (new position)



GETCHELL LIBRARY



Joan Louise Chambers, Assistant Reference Librarian, 9/1/70

to 6/30/71 - $8460 (replacement for John Knightly)



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



James C. Carroll, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Mining Engi-

neering, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Donald Decker)



Paul J. Holmes, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Geology/Geog-

raphy, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



Albert W. Mitchell, Graduate Research Fellow in Geology/

Geography, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (new position)



Charles J. Patterson, Jr., Seismologist Research Fellow,

AY 1970-71 - $2750 (replacement for Ravi Batra)



Donald C. Moore, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Chemistry and

Metallurgical Engineering, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement

for George Olson)



Kenneth P. Puchlik, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Geology/

Geography, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (temporary position)



Larry C. Rodgers, Graduate Teaching Fellow in Geology/

Geography, AY 1970-71 - $2500 (replacement for Vijai Rai)



Catherine M. Stein, Graduate Research Fellow in Nevada

Bureau of Mines, 8/1/70 to 6/30/71 - $3250 (replacement

for James Sefton)



Daniel W. Kappes, Graduate Research Fellow in Nevada Mining

Analytical Laboratory, AY 1970-71 - $2750 (replacement for

Charles Schroeder)



NATIONAL COLLEGE OF JUVENILE JUSTICE



Frank Dell Apa, Associate Dean, National College of Juvenile

Justice and Assistant Director of National College of Juve-

nile Justice, 8/1/70 to 6/30/71 - $22,500 (new position)



Richard E. Pavlik, Editor and Publicity Assistant, 1/2 time,

8/1/70 to 6/1/71 - $6000 (new position)



OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS



Stephen Jay Akers, Assistant Dean of Students/Housing and

Assistant Professor of Management, 8/1/70 to 6/30/71 -

$13,200, annual rate (replacement for Dan Mc Murray)



Ronald G. Bailey, Lecturer, Athletic Trainer, Student

Health Services, AY 1970-71 - $9325 (new position)



Edgar Dew Beverly, Staff Resident Nye Hall, FY 1970-71 -

$8460 plus room and board (replacement for Fenton Ray)



ORVIS SCHOOL OF NURSING



Louise Fletcher Rupp, Assistant Professor of Nursing,

8/10/70 to 6/30/71 - $12,300 annual rate (new position)



SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES



John C. Altrocchi, Visiting Professor of Medicine and Com-

munity Psychology, 1/2 time, AY 1970-71 - $15,975 annual

rate (new, temporary position)



Daniel Tone, Multimedia Specialist, 9/1/70 to 6/30/71 -

$14,500 annual rate (new position, transferred from UNLV)



COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION



SOUTHERN NEVADA MDT SKILL TRAINING CENTER, LAS VEGAS



Heudillard P. Fitzgerald, Guidance Counselor, 9/1/70 to

8/31/71 - $13,500



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS



ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS



Myra Beam Sandahl, Clinical Instructor in Nursing, AY 1970-

71 - $8350 (one-year contract only, replace Connell)



BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS



Rex Wayne Lundberg, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2500



Barbara A. Schick, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2500



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Elizabeth J. Fitzpatrick, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 -

$2500



Penelope Lynne Stirling, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 -

$2500



Fred Carl Albrecht, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2500



COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES



Sally G. Hellman, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $1250,

1/2 time appointment.



Gwyneth Newyear, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $1250,

1/2 time appointment.



Annie Shevach, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $3000



Helga Tichy, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $3000



Janice R. Reid, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2500



Margaret W. Starker, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2500



Elizabeth Ann Ireland, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 -

$3000



COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Allen W. Phillips, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2500



Lonnie Dean Spight, Assistant Professor of Physics, AY

1970-71 - $12,125 (replace Donald Allen, supersedes con-

tract 5/8/70)



Mohamed Yousef, Assistant Professor of Zoology, AY 1970-

71 - $11,750 (replaces Raymond Hock, supersedes contract

4/1/70)



COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



John A. Horvath, Assistant Professor of Law Enforcement,

AY 1970-71 - $11,000 (replace Polk)



Esther R. L. Langston, Lecturer in Social Service, AY

1970-71 - $11,750 (new position)



Marlene Kay Sonju, Lecturer in Social Service, AY 1970-71

- $12,950 (replace Small)



Linda G. Estrin, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $1350

(1/2 time appointment)



Constance D. Fox, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2500



Rosie O. Gold, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $1250

(1/2 time appointment)



Abram C. Hitt, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $1250

(1/2 time appointment)



Nancy B. Page, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2700



Ron Leroy Snyder, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $1250



Samuel J. Marber, Graduate Assistant, AY 1970-71 - $2500



LIBRARY



Ann Elizabeth Knouft, Reference Librarian, FY 1970-71 -

$6725 (base annual salary $8070 - replace S. Patterson)



7. Graduation List, UNR, August, 1970



President Miller presented the list of UNR students who

completed all degree requirements for graduation August

25, 1970 (list filed with permanent minutes).



8. Change in Degree Requirements



President Miller presented a recommendation, with his en-

dorsement, for a change in requirements for baccalaureate

degrees in Chemical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering

and Mining Engineering, from 130 to 128 credits, plus

satisfactory completion of the Physical Education and Mili-

tary Science requirements, to be effective Spring, 1971.

Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



9. Accreditation of Nevada Technical Institute Programs



President Miller reported that the Engineers' Council for

Professional Development has extended full accreditation

to 4 programs offered by Nevada Technical Institute:



Associate Degree in Electronics Technology

Associate Degree in Engineering Design Technology

with options in Public Works, Mechanical Design

and Architecture



President Miller stated that he believed that this recog-

nition of NTI's programs after only 4 years of operation

was truly a mark of distinction.



10. Matching Funds for Student Loans



President Miller reported that $6342 will be required at

UNR during the Fall semester 1970-71 to provide the 1/9

matching funds for the Nurses Student Loans and National

Defense Student Loans. He recommended the necessary funds

be provided by transfer from the David Russell Loan Fund

(1-1-070-3001). Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



11. Raymond J. Hock Memorial Fund



Dr. John Ward reported that Mrs. Raymond J. Hock (Dr. Hock

was a UNLV faculty member and was killed in the Grand

Canyon during the Summer) has requested that a memorial

fund be established within the Desert Research Institute

to which she and friends of Dr. Hock within the scientific

community might make contributions. He stated that Mrs.

Hock has requested that funds received from this source

be used for the benefit of the Environmental Patho-Physi-

ology Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Bruce Dill.

Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



12. Graduate Orientation Program



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in June the Board of

Regents allocated $1500 to UNR, UNLV and DRI, to fund

3-day orientation sessions in September and prior to the

start of the 1970 Fall semester "to be conducted by each

Division in a manner to be determined by the Division's

executive officer".



Director John Ward reported on the program conducted within

DRI, President Zorn and Vice President Baepler reported on

UNLV's program and President Miller reported on the program

conducted by UNR. (Written reports on file in Chancellor's

Office.)



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the orientation programs were

conducted as an experiment. He stated that it appeared they

were sufficiently successful that it would be worthwhile to

continue and suggested that the Administration present a

recommendation at a later meeting concerning funding for

similar programs next year.



13. Approval of Purchases in Excess of $5000, DRI



A. Dr. Ward reported that the following bids were received

for the purchase of radar equipment for the Pyramid

Lake cloud seeding project:



Bayaire Avionics, Inc. $16,200

Qualitron West, Inc. 16,383

Lear Motors Corporation 14,955



Dr. Ward stated that he had, acting under authorization

granted by the Board in August, approved the purchase

of this equipment from Lear Motors Corporation. Chan-

cellor Humphrey recommended confirmation of purchase.



Motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Dr. White, carried

without dissent that the purchase be confirmed.



B. Dr. Ward reported that bids were requested from the

Super Vacuum Company, North American Weather Con-

sultants, Olin, Inc., and Wilson Weather, for the

purchase of cloud nuclei generators. Evaluation of

the bids resulted in the purchase of:



Two Cloud Nuclei Generators from

North American Weather Consultants

at $5500 ea. $11,000

One Cloud Nuclei Generator from

Super Vacuum Company 2,800

Total $13,800



Dr. Ward noted that the two generators purchased from

American Weather Consultants were selected because the

location planned for the generators necessitated the

use of a battery operated generator. The generator

selected from Super Vacuum Company has a readily avail-

able power supply at its location. He stated that

generators offered by the other bidders were determined

not to have the performance qualities of the generators

selected. Chancellor Humphrey recommended confirmation

of the purchases as presented.



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

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



14. Extension of Research Program



Dr. Ward recalled that at the January, 1970 meeting the

Board of Regents accepted the recommendation of the DRI

National Advisory Board and instructed that all work in

Plasma Physics be discontinued as of June 30, 1970. Sub-

sequent to this date, a grant was offered to DRI in the

amount of $19,320 to support Dr. Winterberg's research in

this area. The grant was recommended for acceptance to the

Board at the May meeting but carried a retroactive date of

September 11, 1969 and continuing until September 11, 1970.



Dr. Ward recommended that in view of the fact that Dr.

Winterberg's grant runs until September 11, 1970, the

Board of Regents modify its action to extend the date of

discontinuance of the Plasma Physics Program from June 30,

1970 to September 11, 1970. Chancellor Humphrey recommend-

ed approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



15. Request for Right of Way



Mr. Pine reported that the City of Reno has requested a

right of way for the extension of Rock Boulevard to connect

with Boynton Lane near the south boundary of the Main Sta-

tion Farm. He recommended the City be granted right of

entry, with appraisal of the land and negotiations of the

case now pending with the Highway Department concerning

Valley Road Farm. He further recommended that the right

of entry be granted with the following stipulations:



(1) Land in southwest corner to be filled to road level;



(2) Curb and gutter and paving to be installed at no

cost to the University;



(3) Access permitted to the highway by the University;



(4) Fencing to be installed at no cost to the University

and to University specifications.



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey recommended ap-

proval subject to approval of the right of way document

by the office of the Attorney General.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



16. Approval of Repair and Remodeling Projects, UNR



A. Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened August 26, 1970

for remodeling the north portion of Mackay Science Hall

for the School of Medical Sciences.



Rogers Brothers Company, Inc. $ 8,245

Dave Pearce 11,793



President Miller reported that acting under authority

granted by the Board in August, he had approved the

award to Rogers Brothers Company, Inc. Funds are

available from the UNR Capital Improvement Fee Fund.

Chancellor Humphrey recommended confirmation of the

award of the contract.



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

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



B. Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened September 14,

1970 for painting the second and third floors of the

north end of Mackay Science Hall.



Tom Johnson, Inc. $ 4,040

Al Goodsell 5,430

C. Solari & Sons 6,436



Under authority granted by the Board in August, Presi-

dent Miller approved award to Tom Johnson, Inc. Funds

are available from the UNR Capital Improvement Fee Fund.

Chancellor Humphrey recommended confirmation of the

award of the contract.



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

without dissent that above recommendation be approved.



17. Physical Science Complex, Phase II, UNR



Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened September 29, 1970

for Phase II of the Physical Science Complex (Physics build-

ing). A compilation of the bids was distributed (filed with

permanent minutes).



Mr. Pine recommended that the Board of Regents recommend to

the State Planning Board that the Mc Kenzie Construction

Company base bid plus alternates A and B, in the total

amount of $2,546,800 be accepted, subject to concurrence

of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office

of Education. President Miller recommended approval.

Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



18. College of Education Building, UNR



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in early Summer, arrange-

ments were made to sell $3.5 million of University revenue

bonds for the UNLV College of Education building and the

UNR Physical Science Project, Phase II. These bonds were

sold to local banks and individuals but, at that time, it

was not possible to sell more than $3.5 million and, there-

fore, not possible to include the UNR College of Education

building even though authorization had also been received

for that project.



Chancellor Humphrey stated that the sources of revenue for

this project include $2 million of UNR revenue bonds. It

is assumed that to sell a University bond issue, the terms

must be 15 years at 7% interest, the same as the Education

building, UNLV, and the Physics building, UNR. The debt

service and coverage required on $2 million at the assumed

terms would be $275,000 per year.



At the present time, he noted, UNR has $59,000 of uncommited

coverage available, leaving $216,000 additional coverage

needed. With the existing Capital Improvement Fee policy,

it would require an increase in the assessment of $22 per

semester to provide the needed coverage.



Chancellor Humphrey outlined the following alternative

which he suggested would provide the needed $2 million

and not require an out-of-pocket increase in fees to the

students:



$500,000 from cash on hand in the Capital Improvement

Fee account which has been encumbered for possible

land acquisition could be released and plans to pur-

chase additional land postponed. This $500,000 and

the remaining unencumbered balance in the Capital

Improvement Fee Fund of $300,000 could be committed

to the College of Education building, thereby reducing

the amount needed from revenue bonds from $2 million

to $1.2 million. The amount of debt service and cover-

age needed to retire a $1.2 million issue under the

assumed terms is $164,700 per year. This leaves

$105,700 of debt service coverage needed ($164,700 -

$59,000). If ASUN, with Board of Regents concurrence,

pledges an additional $11 per student per semester of

the ASUN fee to the Capital Improvement Fee, the need-

ed coverage can be provided.



Chancellor Humphrey noted that previously $9 of the ASUN

fee had been pledged to sell the Physics building bond

issue. If this course of action is followed, $20 of the

$27.50 ASUN fee will have been pledged to the Capital

Improvement Fee Fund. However, he stated, it is important

to note that the Capital Improvement Fee generates suf-

ficient funds to pay the needed debt service and the ASUN

fee will be used merely to provide the needed coverage.



Mr. Pete Moss, ASUN representative, stated that they were

fully informed of the implications of this action and

supported the pledging of the ASUN fee in this way.



President Miller stated that he fully concurred in the

suggested alternative presented by Chancellor Humphrey.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that:



(1) A total of $20 of the ASUN fee of $27.50 be cross-

pledged to provide coverage for revenue bonds;



(2) The Administration be authorized to attempt to

negotiate the sale of $1.2 million of revenue

bonds;



(3) $800,000 of the UNR Capital Improvement Fee fund

be pledged to this project.



Chancellor Humphrey pointed out that preparations for a

public sale could be initiated; however, the process would

probably take until the January meeting. In the meantime,

attempts can be made to negotiate a sale with local banks.



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mrs. Knudtsen, carried

without dissent that the above recommendations be approved.



Mr. Seeliger added that he believed the students should be

commended for their very responsible action in assisting

in the development of an alternative that would permit

the Education building to proceed.



19. Approval of Purchases in Excess of $5000, UNR



A. Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened September 3,

1970 for 12 study carrels for the School of Medical

Sciences. Bids were solicited from 16 suppliers but

only one bid was received.



Chism School Supply, Reno $ 5,907.92



Acting under authority granted by the Board in August,

President Miller approved the purchase from Chism

School Supply. Funds are available from Kellogg Founda-

tion grant. Chancellor Humphrey recommended confirma-

tion of the purchase.



Motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Mrs. Knudtsen, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



B. Mr. Pine reported that the Animal Science Division of

the College of Agriculture had requested the purchase

of 197 tons of selected alfalfa hay for delivery with-

in two weeks to the Knoll Creek Station. Staff of the

College had visited a number of farms and ranches and

had recommended purchase of the first and third cuttings

from the Charles Sheppard ranch in Twin Falls, Idaho at

a cost of $30 per ton for a total purchase of $5910.

President Miller recommended approval. Chancellor

Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, car-

ried without dissent that above purchase be approved.



C. Mr. Pine reported that bids were opened September 24,

1970 for canned fruits and vegetables for the Dining

Commons. He recommended that contracts be awarded

to the following based on low bids received on the

specified items:



Abbott Supply 19 items $ 6,319.00

Monarch Supply 32 items 9,103.43

Total $15,422.43



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

ried without dissent that the above purchase be ap-

proved.



20. Approval of Transfer of Funds



President Miller requested approval of the following trans-

fer of funds:



$18,000 from UNR Summer Session Contingency Reserve as

follows:



$3,000 to wages to provide funds for Work Study

students.



$1,500 to fringe benefits to provide funds for Health

Insurance premiums.



$500 to out-of-state travel to provide transportation

for field trips for Summer Session courses.



$13,000 to operating.



President Miller noted that the Summer Session covered

expenses of the School on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. The

program was not included in the original budget. It was

self-supporting and receipts exceeded the estimate by

$18,000. Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



21. Progress of University Projects



A report on the progress of UNR Capital Improvement projects

under the supervision of the Director of Physical Plant was

distributed with the agenda. A similar report from the

State Planning Board was distributed at the meeting. Both

reports are on file in the Chancellor's Office.



22. Appraisal of 4-H Property at Lake Tahoe



President Miller presented a request from Dean Dale Bohmont,

College of Agriculture, that Mr. William G. Kimmel be re-

tained to appraise the 4-H Camp facility at Lake Tahoe in

order that information might be used in developing recom-

mendations for use of the property.



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

without dissent that further discussion of this recom-

mendation be tabled until 2:00 P.M.



23. Memorial Resolution for Mr. Sid Johnson



Upon motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, the

following resolution was adopted in memory of Mr. Sid

Johnson:



RESOLUTION NO. 70-7



Sidney Daniel Johnson had many friends and admirers

among both faculty and students at the University of

Nevada in Reno, all of whom grieve at his untimely

death.



Mr. Johnson was born March 7, 1934 in Carthage, Mis-

souri, and was educated at Southwest Missouri State

College in Springfield, Missouri, Long Beach City

College in California and San Francisco State College

in California. He was associated with the Signal Corps

of the United States Army from March, 1954 until Janu-

ary, 1956. He joined the staff of the University of

Nevada in the Fall semester of 1969 and held the posi-

tion of lecturer in Philosophy until his death on

August 21, 1970.



He was a congenial person and a man of great promise

as a scholar. His many friends from across the Uni-

versity, his Department and his College all extend

their sincerest condolences to his parents and his

widow.



24. Curriculum Advisory Committees for Occupational Programs

for Community Colleges



Dr. Donnelly requested authorization to appoint curriculum

advisory committees for existing programs at Elko Community

College and for the development of new programs planned for

the Western Nevada Community College and Clark County Com-

munity College. Dr. Donnelly reviewed the objectives of

occupational programs and the functions of such advisory

committees (see Ref. L, filed with permanent minutes).

Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



25. Clark County Community College Advisory Committee



Dr. Donnelly recommended that the Clark County Community

College Advisory Committee be expanded from its present

membership of 6 to 11. Chancellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



26. Graduation List, September, 1970 - UNLV



President Zorn presented a list of UNLV students who com-

pleted all degree requirements for graduation September 1,

1970 (list filed with permanent minutes).



27. Memorial Resolutions



Upon motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mrs. Knudtsen, the

following memorial resolutions were adopted:



RESOLUTION NO. 70-8



The Regents of the University of Nevada System express

sorrow over the death of Mrs. Travis Gonzalez, 56, a

member of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Library

staff.



Mrs. Gonzalez began with the University in 1966. She

had previously taught in the Clark County School Dis-

trict. Mrs. Gonzalez worked with government documents

for the first few years and then transferred to the

Book Processing Department.



Enthusiasm for a job well done and an eagerness to try

something new were Mrs. Gonzalez' special trademarks.

The University and its Library staff is saddened by

the loss of a valued colleague. The Board of Regents

extends its sympathy to the Gonzalez family.



RESOLUTION NO. 70-9



The Regents of the University of Nevada System express

sincere sorrow over the death of Dr. Raymond J. Hock,

52, Professor of Zoology in the Department of Bio-

logical Sciences at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.



Dr. Hock was a relative newcomer to UNLV, having join-

ed the Biology faculty in 1969 following a distinguished

research career with government, University, and indus-

trial laboratories. A world authority on the physiology

of animal hibernation, his studies on adaptation of ani-

mals to extreme environments led him to the cold of

Alaska, the high altitudes of the Sierra, the exotic

demands of long-term undersea existence, and finally

the heat of the Nevada desert.



During his short stay at the University he introduced a

new dimension of quality to the teaching of Physiology,

participated actively in curriculum affairs, and sought

new directions for the establishment of research pro-

grams and field laboratories. His untimely accidental

death in the depths of the Grand Canyon cut short the

promise of continuing benefit to the University from

Dr. Hock's presence. The Board of Regents extends its

sincere sympathy to the surviving members of his family.



28. Transfer of Law Enforcement Program



President Zorn recalled that in July, the Board approved a

recommendation that the College of General and Technical

Studies be redesignated as the College of Allied Health

Professions. In recognition of its change in mission,

authority to offer the Associate Degrees in Design Tech-

nology and Fire Science was withdrawn from the College.

President Zorn noted that intention to transfer the Law

Enforcement Program, which offers an associate degree was

also discussed. He stated that the determination has now

been made that it would be appropriate that this program

be administered by the College of Social Science through

the Department of Anthropology-Sociology and the College

be authorized to grant the associate degree. Chancellor

Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



29. Approval of Purchase in Excess of $5000, UNLV



President Zorn reported that bids were opened in August

for the purchase of 4 electronic calculators to be pur-

chased by the College of Science and Mathematics. Bids

were:



EBM Co., Las Vegas $ 5,382.00

Monroe, Inc., Las Vegas 6,002.50

Wang, Tewksbury, Mass. 6,220.00

Hewlett-Packard, Albuquerque 19,630.44



Dr. Zorn noted that the College of Science and Mathematics

had recommended that the bid of Monroe, Inc., be accepted

because the equipment offered by EBM Co. did not meet

specifications. Accordingly, acting under authority grant-

ed by the Board in August, he had approved the purchase

from Monroe, Inc. Chancellor Humphrey recommended confir-

mation of the purchase.



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

without dissent that the above purchase be confirmed.



30. Performing Arts Center



President Zorn noted that, in accordance with action by the

Board of Regents on September 23, 1970, a contract has been

issued by the State Planning Board to Sletten Construction

Company for the construction of the Drama Theatre, Phase I

of the Performing Arts Center, at total cost of $2,394,253.



Monies available for this project as of September 25, 1970

were:



State General Obligation Bonds $ 207,500

State General Fund 334,962

UNLV Capital Improvement Fee Fund 215,000

Gifts 386,953

Loan, Board of Regents Special

Projects Fund 100,000

UNLV Revenue Bonds 930,000

Fleischmann Foundation Grant 500,000

$ 2,674,415



Total project cost as approved by

the Board of Regents 9/23/70 2,394,253



Available for reallocation $ 280,162



President Zorn recommended that the balance of monies avail-

able be earmarked for the Concert Hall which would be con-

structed as Phase II. He stated that donors who contributed

because of their interest in music need to be given reas-

surance that Phase II would be built when funds are avail-

able. He suggested also that the funds granted by the

Fleischmann Foundation for the Concert Hall be reserved for

that purpose.



In response to a question from Mr. Jacobsen, President Zorn

stated that the project budget would cover furnishings for

the Drama Theatre.



Chancellor Humphrey stated that he assumed President Zorn

was recommending the earmarking of the $280,162 minus the

$100,000 loan from the Board of Regents Special Projects

Fund which is not now required. He endorsed the recommenda-

tion that the $180,162, plus future gift monies which are

received, be placed in a special fund earmarked for con-

struction of the Concert Hall. He further stated that he

endorsed the recommendation that the Fleischmann Foundation

grant be allocated as specified in the grant request and

amended by approval of the Foundation trustees in April,

1970. (Interpretive note: It is also assumed that by this

action the Board would be releasing UNLV of a previous com-

mitment to repay the capital improvement fee fund loan from

gifts.) President Zorn agreed with this interpretation of

his recommendation.



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

without dissent, that President Zorn's and Chancellor

Humphrey's recommendation be approved.



The meeting adjourned for lunch and reconvened in Executive Ses-

sion. The regular session resumed at 2:30 P.M. with the same

Regents and staff present as at the morning session.



31. Angel's Peak Radar Station



President Zorn recalled that in May the Board authorized

UNLV Administration to "gather more information concerning

the costs of operating this facility, possible uses by the

University and evaluation of other compatible uses, and

possibility of retention of equipment in the event of

abandonment by the present users."



Dr. Zorn stated that the original assumption was that ap-

plication would be made to the Federal government and the

UNLV staff made a determination that 5 structures would be

of use to the programs planned for that area. However, it

now appears that the appropriate agency to which the Uni-

versity should make application is Clark County and only

for Buildings 19 and 60, consisting of approximately 4000

square feet.



Dr. Zorn further stated that he had been in touch with

Clark County officials and believed there is a possibility

that the County would continue to consider the University's

interest in the area and make a portion of the facility

available. He requested authority to formally negotiate

with Clark County to determine availability for such oc-

cupancy. To date, he said, it is his understanding that

the University would have to make arrangements for separate

metering of power and share in the maintenance of roads.

However, the costs would be substantially below the $30,000

estimated for the 5 buildings originally under considera-

tion.



The Regents viewed a slide presentation of the facility

prepared by Mr. Bilbray.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that President Zorn be

authorized to continue negotiations and to develope a firm

estimate of maintenance and operating costs and at such

time as a firm recommendation has been formulated, the

matter be referred back to the Board of Regents for action.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



32. Proposed Contract with Pace Organization



President Miller reported that discussions have been under-

way for several weeks concerning a proposal by Vince Mc

Guinness and Associates to offer courses through the Uni-

versity which are aimed at the business community.



Dr. Robert Whittemore, Dean of General University Extension,

discussed the proposal, noting that it would involve in-

dependent study arrangements and seminars to be conducted

through the University. Under this proposal, Pace-setter

Independent Study Programs would be included in the cur-

riculum of GUE, Correspondence Division, under a contractu-

al agreement with Mc Guinness and Associates and would in-

volve a monetary return to the University. The courses

offered through this program would be subject to the same

academic review as are all other University courses; that

is, inclusion of the programs in the curriculum of General

University Extension after favorable review by the Director

of Independent Study (Correspondence), Dean of GUE, and

Dean of the College under which the subject matter would

normally be covered. Credit, when appropriate, would be

offered through Independent Study (Correspondence) Division

in cooperation with the College.



President Miller and Chancellor Humphrey endorsed the pro-

posal, noting the potential return to the University could

be significant and in view of the guarantees of quality

control through approval of the faculty, they recommended

that the Board authorize the contract be finalized.



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

with Mr. Bilbray opposing, that the above recommendation

be approved.



33. 4-H Property



President Miller repeated his earlier recommendation that

Mr. William G. Kimmel be retained to appraise the 4-H Camp

facility at Lake Tahoe in order that the information might

be utilized in making recommendations for the future man-

agement of the property.



Chancellor Humphrey endorsed the recommendation, noting that

the appraisal would cost $1000 and would be paid from 4-H

Camp funds and is for the sole purpose of providing informa-

tion to th 4-H Advisory Council to enable that group to make

recommendations for the future use of the facility.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



34. Institutional Memberships



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the 1970-71 Work Program in-

cludes the following amounts for Institutional Memberships:



System Administration $ 2,200

UNR 6,100

UNLV 4,000

$12,300



In 1969, he recalled, the Board approved a master list of

organizations to which the University was authorized to pay

membership fees and instructed that additions were to be

subjected to approval by the Board. Since that time many

organizations have increased their fees and numerous re-

quests have been processed for additional memberships.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the Board's policy be

changed to provide that:



(1) The Presidents and Directors of the 4 System Divisions

be empowered to authorize institutional memberships

for their respective Divisions:



(2) The Chancellor be empowered to authorize System mem-

berships; and



(3) Transfer into Institutional Membership accounts from a

Contingency Reserve be subject to the same regulations

as other transfers.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



35. Approval of Purchase in Excess of $5000



Chancellor Humphrey reported that the XDS Corporation had

furnished a batch terminal on consignment for a period of 6

months to provide an opportunity for the University to eval-

uate the equipment. The batch terminal was installed at

UNLV and has been used to transmit and receive data from

the central computer located in Reno.



Mr. Humphrey stated that the consignment period for the

batch terminal expires October 31, 1970 and the Director

of the Computing Center has requested approval to enter

into a lease agreement with XDS Corporation for this equip-

ment for a period of 4 years at a monthly rental of $1076

(annual cost $12,912).



Chancellor Humphrey reported that funds are available

within the budget and recommended approval of the lease as

requested.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



36. 1971 Legislative Program



Chancellor Humphrey reported that the Legislative Counsel

Bureau has notified all State agencies and boards that

measures to be submitted to the 1971 Legislature must be

transmitted to the Bureau prior to November 1, 1970 for

bills to be drafted. He made the following comments and

recommendations concerning the University's program:



(1) On March 14, 1970, the Board approved requesting

amendments to the sabbatical leave statute which

would remove the 2% limitation and change the base

from "teaching personnel" to "professional person-

nel".



No further action is required by the Board on this

item.



(2) It is recommended that the Board approve requesting

amendment of the University Securities Act to provide

that Federal interest subsidies, if received, might

be considered as reducing the effective net interest

paid by the University.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be ap-

proved.



(3) It is recommended that the Board authorize the Admin-

istration to join with other governmental jurisdictions

to request an increase in the maximum interest rate

which might be paid on municipal issues provided the

bond market in early 1971 justifies such action. This

would authorize requesting the drafting of the legisla-

tion and the matter could be further discussed before

the bill is introduced.



Motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



(4) The State Printing Act makes it the prerogative of the

State Printer to approve the purchase and use of

"multiple duplication equipment" and directs that all

printing of "stationery, forms and blanks" be printed

by the State Printer or placed in a commercial estab-

lishment as approved by the State Printer. It is rec-

ommended that the University seek relief from this Act

so that there is no question of our ability to use

our own equipment for the preparation of tests, forms

and stationery and other required printing by "cold

type" process such as varitype, typewriter or photo-

copy process. It is not proposed that the University

go into a "hot lead" process in any way.



Motion by Mr. Bilbray, seconded by Dr. White, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be ap-

proved.



Chancellor Humphrey stated that there were two additional

matters for which he would wish to have authorization to

have drafted with the understanding that Board of Regents

approval would be requested before attempts were made to

have the bills introduced. He noted that these need addi-

tional staff discussion before being recommended to the

Board. Those items, he said, concerned jurisdiction off

Campus of University Police, and utilization of archaeology

resources.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



37. Administration of Scholarship Programs



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that at the July, 1970 meeting,

the following motion was made: "Mr. Jacobsen moved that the

recommendations submitted by Dr. Anderson be made a part of

the minutes and be referred to the Presidents for review

with a report back to the Board in October, at which time

they be adopted a a statement of policy. Motion seconded

by Mr. Seeliger."



(See page 207 of July minutes for recommendations referred

to in the motion.)



Chancellor Humphrey continued by noting that before the mo-

tion was voted upon, Mr. John Wellinghoff, Administrative

Assistant to the ASUN President, read an excerpt from a

recent Northwest Accrediting Association report concerning

UNR (See page 211 of July minutes for excerpt) and stated

that the ASUN supported these recommendations and asked

that consideration be given to this in the review called

for in Mr. Jacobsen's motion. As noted in the July minutes,

Mr. Jacobsen "agreed and expanded his motion to provide that

it be included in the Presidents' review." The motion then

carried without dissent.



Chancellor Humphrey requested that this matter be postponed

until the December meeting in order to allow additional

time for the Presidents to prepare their proposals.



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

without dissent that the matter be postponed until December

as requested.



38. Commission for Educational Opportunity



Chancellor Humphrey referred to a proposal by Chairman Hug

for the establishment of this Commission as originally pre-

sented at the August meeting. At that meeting, the Regents

voted to change the name to the Commission for Educational

Opportunity and directed "... that this proposal be referred

to the Chancellor's Advisory Cabinet with a request that

that group develop guidelines for the direction of the Com-

mission and prepare recommendations for its composition,

with a report to be made at the October meeting."



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the executive officers of the

5 Divisions had responded to this request (responses includ-

ed with agenda as References X, Y, Z and AA) and did not

suggest any changes in the objectives as outlined in the

original proposal. The 4 officers did, however, differ on

the size and composition of the Commission.



Mr. Humphrey suggested that accomplishment of the objectives

of the proposal would require advice and expertise from a

large and diverse group of people. The logistics of con-

vening and maintaining a large commission are recognized in

the references and by Chairman Hug. Mr. Humphrey recom-

mended that in view of these considerations, the Commission

be kept relatively small and that extensive use be made of

consultants who represent the many groups interested in and

affected by the work of the Commission. He further recom-

mended that:



(1) The following 8 objectives as contained in the original

proposal be adopted:



(a) Changes in curriculum;



(b) Scholarships, loans, fee waivers and financial

assistance available;



(c) Any need for State financial backing;



(d) Federal financing available or desirable;



(e) The function of the high schools and the Com-

munity Colleges in preparing those who do not

meet admission requirements;



(f) The function of Advisors on the University Campus;



(g) Avenues to post graduate or professional degrees;

and



(h) Employment opportunities for graduates.



(2) The Commission consist of 3 members of the Board of

Regents and 4 additional members designated by each

of the 4 Division Heads (these members could be from

within or outside the University at the discretion

of the Division Head);



(3) The Chairman of the Board of Regents designate one of

the Regents as Chairman of the Commission;



(4) The Presidents, Directors and Chancellor or their

designees serve ex-officio as non-voting members of

the Commission and the Chancellor's Office function

as secretariat to the Commission; and



(5) A budget be established in the amount of $5000, by

transfer from the Board of Regents Special Projects

Fund, to be used primarily for travel expenses in-

curred by the Commission members and consultants.



The 4 Division Heads individually expressed endorsement of

the above recommendation.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



Mr. Hug expressed concurrence with the modifications to his

original proposal and suggested the Commission meet fre-

quently enough to have advice of consultants from the dif-

ferent areas. He requested the Presidents and Division

Directors to make their appointments and notify the Board.



39. Hearings Conducted Under Chapter IV, Section I, Paragraph

1.5, of the University Code



Chairman Hug noted that the procedures for holding hearings

for a faculty member terminated for cause are specified in

Chapter IV, Section 1, Paragraph 1.5 of the University Code

and in Chapter 6, Title 4, of the Board of Regents Handbook.

The detailed procedures contained in the Handbook were

drafted by a 3-man committee appointed by then Acting Presi-

dent Humphrey and adopted by the Board in May, 1968. The

committee consisted of the Chairman of the Reno and Las

Vegas chapters of the American Association of University

Professors and the Dean of the National College of State

Trial Judges.



Mr. Hug noted that the Faculty Senates of UNR, UNLV and DRI

are in the process of developing recommendations for amend-

ment to the University Code to recognize the reorganization

of the University System which occurred 2 years ago. He

recommended that the Presidents and Directors be directed

to request the Faculty Senates of their Divisions to also

review the hearing procedures presently in force with the

idea of some modification. He particulary noted that con-

cern has been expressed that the procedure takes too long.



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

without dissent that the Chairman's recommendation be

approved.



40. ASUN Presentation



Chairman Hug commented that he had requested time be set

aside at this meeting to provide an opportunity for ASUN

representatives to present information on problems of their

choosing which they believe should be called to the Board's

attention. He emphasized that he did not propose the Board

attempt to offer solutions; rather, the session should con-

fine itself to identification of the problems to permit

review and recommendation by the Administration. He noted

that opportunity would be provided to CSUN when the Board

meets at UNLV.



Miss Frankie Sue Del Papa commented briefly by way of in-

troduction and then she and other representatives of ASUN

presented the following 5 items:



(1) Administrative Structure (presented by Miss Del Papa) -

Proposed the creation of a University Senate composed

of faculty and students to jointly consider and make

final decision on matters of concern to both groups.



(2) Student Representation on Committees and Boards (pre-

sented by Dan Teglia) - Proposed that students be

appointed to all University committees and boards,

specifically those concerned with curriculum, person-

nel and tenure. Further proposed that the Vice Presi-

dent for Academic Affairs be charged with responsibil-

ity for making all appointments to these committees

and boards.



(3) Computerized Registration (presented by Pete Moss) -

Proposed that considertion be given to naming one

official to head and coordinate the conversion to a

computerized registration, working in close cooperation

with the Registrars, Academic Vice Presidents, Deans,

faculties and students on the UNLV and UNR Campuses

and with the Director of the UNS Computing Center and

that funding of this project receive a high priority

in all future budgetary considerations.



Additional issues arose during this discussion concern-

ing the quality of academic advisement received by the

students, the possibility of the appointment of an

omsbudsman, and the desirability of involving upper-

classmen in assisting Freshmen at registration.



(4) Educational Opportunity Program - Presentation of this

item was to have been made by John Wellinghoff but was

withdrawn to be presented at the December meeting.



(5) Resolution Concerning Dr. Paul Adamian (presented by

Louis Test) - Presented a resolution adopted by the

ASUN Senate on September 17, 1970 as follows:



WHEREAS, in a democratic society, people are

presumed innocent until proven guilty, and



WHEREAS, Dr. Paul Adamian is presently await-

ing the time at which the charges concerning

his involvement in the Governor's Day activities

will be examined in a fair and impartial trial,



THEREFORE, we, the A. S. U. N. Senate, hereby

resolve that Dr. Paul Adamian should be allowed

to continue teaching until such time as he is

either convicted or exculpated of the said charges.



IN ADDITION, we hereby request that this resolu-

tion be presented to and voted upon by the Faculty

Senate at their next regularly scheduled meeting;

and that their decision be forwarded to and acted

upon by the Board of Regents accordingly.



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board of Regents,

failing to define clearly and without ambiguity,

the immediate harm that Dr. Paul Adamian poses to

himself or to others in continuing to teach; be-

fore September 22, 1970; that the A. S. U. N.

Senate will go on record as opposing the action of

the Board of Regents as arbitrary and without base

and as desiring the return of Dr. Adamian to his

prior teaching position.



Items 1, 2 and 3 were referred to President Miller for re-

view and recommendation with a progress report requested

at the November meeting. As noted, presentation of Item 4

was deferred until the December meeting.



Following extended discussion of Item 5 by those present,

Chairman Hug responded by stating that the Board of Regents

had made the decision that Dr. Adamian should be suspended

from teaching duties because, in their judgment, his con-

tinuance would be of harm to the University community. He

noted that Dr. Adamian had been continued on salary and

the Board did not believe its action would prejudice the

case against him.



President Miller responded to a question of why Dr. Adamian

was not notified earlier; i. e., prior to the beginning of

school when the action had been taken in early August, by

reviewing the sequence of events and the alternatives avail-

able. He agreed that he could have notified Dr. Adamian

of the Board's decision immediately following the August

meeting. However, he pointed out, at that time there was

still the possibility that the hearing could be completed

and the matter resolved prior to the opening of school.

Also, he said, he did not wish to be accused of taking such

action during the Summer "when nobody was around".



Mr. Hug closed the discussion by stating that he recognized

that some of the members of the University community dis-

agreed with the Board's action and he did not question their

right to do so; however, he pointed out, the Board had acted

within its authority and he considered further comment by

the Board unnecessary and unwise in that such further dis-

cussion might intrude into the area to be covered by the

hearing.



The meeting adjourned at 5:00 P.M.



The Board of Regents reconvened in regular session at 9:10 A.M.,

Saturday, October 10, 1970 with Chairman Hug presiding. All

Regents, Officers and staff present on the previous day were

again in attendance.



41. Honors Study Program



President Miller introduced Dr. Edward Zane, Chairman of

the Honors Study Board, and Dr. Richard Siegel, Director

of the Honors Study Program, who presented a review of

the history and development of the Honors Study Program,

University of Nevada, Reno.



Following presentation, Dr. Zane and Dr. Siegel responded

to questions from the Board concerning conduct of the

courses and the manner in which students are admitted to

these courses.



42. Capital Improvement Program, 1971-73



Chancellor Humphrey reviewed the recent action of the State

Planning Board which had, in a meeting September 23, 1970,

adopted the 1971-73 Nevada State Planning Board Recommended

Schedule of Priorities for Capital Improvements. All State

requests were categorized into 3 priority groups. Priority

Group No. 1, as recommended, contained projects totaling

$20,633,900 of which $18,913,100 would be provided by the

State; Priority Group 2 projects totaling $15,944,500 of

which $14,530,500 would be provided by the State; Priority

Group No. 3 projects totaling $25,696,300.



Chancellor Humphrey reported that the projects comprising

the University of Nevada System 1971-73 Capital Improve-

ment Request have been assigned to the following priority

groups:



State Planning Board Priority Group No. 1



University of

Nevada System Total

Priority Division Project Project



1 UNLV Land Acquisition $ 470,000



2 UNR Evans Watershed 116,000



3 UNLV Site Development 1,200,000



4 UNLV Athletic Fields 650,000



UNLV Furnishings,

Humanities Building 200,000

(added by State

Planning Board)



Total $ 2,636,000



State Planning Board Priority Group No. 2



University of

Nevada System Total

Priority Division Project Project



5 UNLV Gymnasium $ 4,184,000



6 UNR P. E. Complex,

Increment I 5,400,000



Total $ 9,584,000



State Planning Board Priority Group No. 3



University of

Nevada System Total

Priority Division Project Project



7 UNLV Natatorium $ 1,118,000



8 UNR P. E. Complex,

Increment II 1,000,000



9 CCD Inst. Bldg., Clark

C. C. 1,500,000



10 CCD Inst. Bldg., Western

Nevada C. C. 1,000,000



11 CCD Inst. Bldg., Elko

C. C. 500,000



12 UNS Administration Bldg. 240,000



13 UNLV Life Sciences and

Physics 4,233,000



14 UNLV Central Air Cond.

Chill Water Lines 780,000



15 UNLV Library & Computer

Phase II 5,555,000



16 UNR Addition to Getchell

Library 2,990,000



Total $18,916,000



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the major University projects

are in a very unfavorable position; i. e., within Priority

Groups 2 and 3 and recommended that the Administration be

authorized to:



(1) File an appeal with the State Planning Board concern-

ing their priority assignment; and



(2) To work toward development of an alternative 1971-73

Capital Improvement Plan, which would include the

Gymnasium Complexes on both University Campuses and

basic Community College instructional buildings, to

be proposed to the Governor and the 1971 Legislature.



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

without dissent that the Chancellor's recommendation be

approved.



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

out dissent that the University include in its Legislative

program a request that the State's bonded indebtedness limi-

tations be increased beyond its present 1%.



43. Site for Elko Community College



Dr. Donnelly reported that the Elko Community College

Advisory Board has recommended that the possibility of

acquiring the old Ruby View Gold Course as a site for the

Elko Community College has been explored. He noted that

the University now owns several acres of property along

State Highway 51 about 3 miles northwest of Elko, which

was a gift from 2 Elko businessmen. The golf course

property which is being considered for exchange is owned

by the City and consists of approximately 50 acres and is

more accessible for students and for water and sewer facili-

ties.



The donors of the property presently owned by the Univer-

sity are receptive to this exchange. Dr. Donnelly stated

that the President and the Advisory Board of the College

are in agreement and he requested authorization to obtain

the necessary appraisal and to proceed with negotiations.

Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval subject to Board

review and approval when complete information and recommen-

dations are available.



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

without dissent that appraisal and negotiations be authoriz-

ed as requested.



44. Report on Graduate Teaching Assistants



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that in August, Miss Del Papa,

ASUN President, and Mr. Myers, CSUN President, agreed to

furnish a report to the Board on behalf of the students con-

cerning their evaluation of the teaching effectiveness of

graduate assistants and fellows.



Mr. Myers reported on behalf of CSUN, noting that he had

received no complaints from students on that Campus con-

cerning the instruction provided by graduate assistants.



Miss Del Papa, speaking on behalf of ASUN, distributed a

written report, and in her comments emphasized the final

paragraph of that report which stated:



My observations and research lead me to believe that

the effectiveness of a teaching fellow depends entirely

on the individual, just as the effectiveness of regular

faculty varies from instructor to instructor. In some

cases teaching fellows are more desirable than regular

faculty -- and given the fact that many have previous

teaching experience in the public schools, their con-

tribution to Freshman-level introductory classes and

their rapport with their students is impressive. Per-

haps with a lightening of their load and an improvement

in the assistance they receive from the regular faculty

(such as the orientation program conducted the week

prior to classes this year, which was, I believe, most

effective), the effectiveness of teaching fellows will

be substantially improved.



Mr. Hug expressed continuing concern over the use of teach-

ing fellows in so many of the required Freshman English

courses. Dr. Anderson agreed and requested that attention

be given in a future meeting to discussion of the involve-

ment of senior faculty in teaching of first year courses.

It was agreed this would be included in the reports which

the Presidents are to present to the Board in January.



Mr. Hug noted that one of the concerns which the Regents

have frequently expressed is that of the increasing trend

of placing more reliance on the teaching assistants and

removing the Professor from the classroom at the under-

graduate level. He stated that he wished to challenge the

Administration to give further consideration to whether

this is the appropriate way in which to teach Freshman

English.



45. Refrigeration Installation, School of Medical Science, UNR



President Miller reported that bids were opened September

24, 1970 for installation of a walk-in cooler and freezer

for Room 310 of the Mackay Science building. Bids were

solicited from 4 contractors; however, the only bid received

was from John Rauch for $8632 with a deduct of $1281 or a

total of $7351. President Miller recommended approval of

the contract award to John Rauch for $7351 with funds to be

provided from the Capital Improvement Fee Fund, UNR. Chan-

cellor Humphrey concurred.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



46. Establishment of Special Checking Account, UNR



Chancellor Humphrey presented a request by President Miller

for the establishment of a $10,000 checking account at the

Spokane Branch of the First National Bank of Nevada. He

noted that the account would be funded from the UNR Revolv-

ing Fund and will be used exclusively to clear dishonored

checks. It will also, he stated, reduce the number of

people handling cash in the Controller's Office.



Authorized signature would be any one of the following:



Edward L. Pine, Business Manager

Henry M. Hattori, Controller

Daniel L. Pease, Deputy Controller



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



47. Approval of Fund Transfer



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the following

transfer of funds:



$17,300 from Contingency Reserve, UNR, to Property

Fideltiy and Liability Insurance premiums to provide

additional funds to pay insurance premium.



Chancellor Humphrey noted that $67,500 was budgeted for

1970-71; however, it is now estimated that total insurance

expenses will be approximately $92,000. A later transfer

will, therefore, also be necessary.



Motion by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr. Bilbray, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



The meeting adjourned at 10:45 A.M.



(Mrs.) Bonny M. Smotony

Secretary to the Board

10-09-1970