Mr. George W. Griffin, Mr. Robert H. Hill.-nmeyer, Mr. B. hudson Mlilner,
Dr. N. N. Nicholas, Mr James H. Pence, Mr, Floyd I-I. Wright.
Voting "Nay": None.
The chairman then announced that the resolution had been duly adopted
and was in full force and effect. (See Resolution at the end of the Minutes.
U. Revision of Governing Regulat:ons of 1960 Adopted
The chairman requested Dr. Sears, chairman of the Joint Board-Faculty
Committee which had prepared the proposed revision of the Governing Regula-
tions, to make his presentation of the document, copies of which had been sent to
the Board members prior to the meeting.
Dr. Sears indicated that the revision had been in process for approximately
five years and commended particularly Dr. Ralph Weaver for his work on the
document now before the Trustees. Dr. Sears then moved that the proposed
revision of the Governing Regulations of the University of Kentucky, Copy No. V,
dated May 1970, be amended to include an additional paragraph in Section XI. A,
page 42, said paragraph to read: "The student governments in both the University
and the Community College Systems will adhere to all rules and regulations adopted
by the Board of Trustees, ' and that it be adopted as the Governing Regulations of
the University of Kentucky, effective as of the date of its adoption. His motion
was seconded by Governor Chandler. In the discussion which followed, Mr. Bright
expressed his disappointment that recommended amendments submitted to the
committee and to the Board members by the three student members of the Uni-
versity Senate had not been included. He added that he recognized the need for
the adoption of the Governing Regulations at this time and expressed the strong
hope that the Board would be more responsive to the need for student involvement
in the governance of the University next fall than they have been to date.
Mr. Clay thanked Mr. Bright for his comments and called for a vote on the
motion before the Board. All voting members voted "aye" and the two non-voting
faculty members indicated their concurrence. (See document at the end of the
V. Revision of Student Code Adopted
Mr. Clay apologized for the increasing disruption of the meeting caused by
the disorderly conduct of the students outside the Board Room. At this point Mr.
Bright was asked to speak with these students in an attempt to restore some
semblance of order.
Mr. George Griffin, chairman of the Committee on the Revision of the