The Executive Committee of the Univertsity of Kentucky met in
regular session Wednesday June 21, 1916. There were present
Messrs. C. B. Nichols, Frank McKee, P. P. Jphnston, Jr., R. C.
Stoll, and C. B. Terrell. The minutes of the two previous meetings
were read and anproved.
Upon the report of President Barker as a member of the Committee
to entertain the Southern Kentucky Fafiet',--$200;OO waspotdered paid
for furnishing the lunch on the day they visited the University.
Dr. Kastle, Dean of the College of Agriculture, was then-heard
in regard to the management of the grounds of the University and the
Secretary was directed to send him a cony of the rules defining his
duties with respect to the keening of the grounds and he is to attend
to same as directed under said rules.
Upon motion made, seconded and unanimously carried upon yea and
nea vote, the sum of $5000.00, plus whatever proceeds may be realized
from the sale of Calvert cottage building on Limestone Street,
was set aside for the improvement of the hollow in the Northwest cor-
ner of the camnus &nd for this purpose it was directed that the two
lots fronting on Limestone street which are known as the McLaughlin
and Calvert lots to be graded.
The grading shall extend up to the line of the Patterson
Hall lot. The Dean of the College of Agriculture is to see to this
work in connection with his duties as superintendent of grounds.
Upon motion made, seconded and carried, the Dean of the College
of Agriculture was permitted to create a department of Farm Manage-
ment with Prof. W. D. Nichols in charge and one half of his salary
to be paid out of the funds of College of Agriculture and one half
out of Experiment Station. His time to be equally divided between