December 16-17, 1954
Volume 7 - Pages 86-88
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
December 16, 1954
The Executive Committee of the Board of Regents met for luncheon
at the Riverside Hotel on Thursday, December 16, 1954. The meet-
ing was called to order at 12:15 noon. Present: Regents Hardy,
Lombardi, Ross; Comptroller Hayden and President Stout.
President Stout recommended change in course fees for the
College of Arts and Science as follows:
(1) Fees for new courses.
Art 277 $ 5
Art 278 5
Art 326 5
Art 346 5
Art 471 10
Zoology 223 10
Zoology 224 5
Zoology 226 5
These 3 courses in Zoology replace Zoology 211 and 246,
for which fee deletions are listed below.
(2) Fees to be deleted.
Art 133 $ 5 (course number changed to 326)
Zoology 211 10 (course dropped)
Zoology 246 5 (course dropped)
Biology 480 5
Botany 491-492 5
Zoology 491-494 5
(3) In line with the curriculum changes in the Department
of Health, Physical Education and Athletics recommend
that fees read $3 to $10 instead of $3. The Women's
Division has read $3 to $10, while the Men's had read
The integration of the two Departments and the inclusion
of co-educational activity classes call for a more var-
ied use of equipment and facilities for the men.
The breakdown of fee changes follows:
1. Theory Courses No Charge
2. Recreation Games $ 4.00
Life Saving 5.00
Beginners Swimming 5.00
3. All Other Activity Courses 3.00
These fees cover towel charges, special equipment and
use of outside facilities.
Motion by Dr. Lombardi carried unanimously that the above
fee changes be approved.
Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture
President Stout reported on his visit with Mr. Summerfield,
Chairman of the Trustees of the Max C. Fleischmann Foundation
of Nevada, as requested by the Board of Regents in its meet-
ing of December 10, 1954. In the discussion by the members
of the Executive Committee, it was agreed, by consensus, that
name of the College of Agriculture be the "Max C. Fleischmann
College of Agriculture" as previously set by the Board of
Regents, and that the suggestion be made to the Trustees of
the Max C. Fleischmann Foundation that the School of Eco-
nomics be named for Sara Hamilton Fleischmann. It was fur-
ther agreed that the President be delegated to write the
letter, after polling the other members of the Board of
Note: Poll was conducted by telephone. Mr. Grant and Mr.
Crumley voted in the affirmative.
Additions to the Budget
President Stout reported on the meeting with the State Plan-
ning Board, held in Carson City on Saturday, December 11,
1954, which was attended by Mr. Ross, Mr. Hardy, Mr. Hayden
and President Stout representing the University of Nevada.
The President reported that he had reached Regents Lombardi,
Grant and Crumley by telephone following the meeting. The
vote was unanimous that the Planning Board's recommendation
be accepted that $100,000 be added to the University's re-
quest for building fund to purchase land north of the Campus
on which to build the housing units, in addition to $750,000
already in the request for student housing.
Mr. Hayden reported on the meeting with the State Board of
Examiners concerning the Monroe-Bradley Account, saying that
the Board of Examiners did not approve payment.
The meeting adjourned.