Minutes Of The Board Of Trustees April 6, 1020.
"These, gentlemen, are a few of the problems confronting the
University at the present time. Ye have many other problems, but
I have time only to dwell on these few points."
(7) Committee for the Purchase of Coal. On motion made and
seconded, the Chair appointed Mr. Grady and Senator Peak to make
arrangements for the purchase of coal for the coming year.
(8) Plans for the Erection of Dormitories. On motion by Mr.
Wells, duly seconded, the President was requested to ask Mr. Coolidge,
the University architect, to prepare plans and specifications for
the erection of a dormitory costing approximately $150,000, the
plans to be presented to the Board at some future meeting.
(9) Subscription Student Loan Fund. After the discussion of
the Student loan fund by President McVey, members of the Board vol-
untarily subscribed the following amounts to that fund:
Mr. Richard P. Ernst subscribed ......... . ........ $500
Mr. Richard C. Stoll subscribed................... 500
Mr. J. I. Lyle subscribed ................ ..... .250
Mr. George Colvin subscribed thru Mr. Ernst .. $100
(10) Purchase of Engineering Equipment. On motion duly made
and seconded, a committee consisting of Mr. Lyle, Dean Anderson
and Mr. Grady was appointed to make a selection of engineering
equipment, the selection to be reported to the Executive Committee
which will give authority for the purchase.
(11) Agricultural Extension Committee. President McVey re-
ported to the Board that the Governor had recently appointed the
members of tVie Agricultural Extension Committee provided by law,
consisting of the following persons: Governor Morrow, Commissioner
Hanna, Senator Froman, Mr. McKee, and Mr. Hornsby.
(12) New Members of the Board of Trustees. It was reported
to the Board that the Governor had made appointments on the Board
of Trustees as follows: Mr. W. H. Grady, Alumni member, for a
period of six years; Mr. James W. Turner, for a period of six years;
Mr. Frank McKee, for a. period of six years: Mr. T. L. Hornsby, repre-
senting the Board of Agriculture.
On motion duly seconded the Board adjourned to meet on Tuesday
June 1, 1920.
/Signed/ Wellington Patrick
Secretary of the Board.