D. President's Report to the Trustees
President Singletary pointed out items of special interest which appeared
as part of his monthly report to the Trustees on University activities and recom-
mended acceptance of the report.
Mr. Clay thanked the President and his report was ordered received and
E. Recommendations of the President (PR 2)
The matters recommended in PR 2 being routine in nature and there
being no questions, on motion by Mr. Palmer, seconded by Mr. Griffin and
passed, PR 2, Recommendations of the President, was approved as a whole
and ordered made an official part of the Minutes of the meeting. (See PR 2 at
the end of the Minutes. )
F. Supplemental Recommendations of the President (PR 3)
President Singletary suggested that, since the two items in PR 3 were
being presented to the Board without prior distribution, it might be advisable
to act on each one separately.
Explaining that the resolution relative to the sale of 345 shares of
American Telephone and Telegraph stock was required by the transfer agent,
Mr. Forgy recommended its adoption. On motion by Mr. Burlew, seconded
by Judge Sutherland, and passed the resolution in Part I of PR 3 was adopted.
(See PR 3 at the end of the Minutes. )
President Singletary called attention to Part II of PR 3 which recom-
mended that Mr. Frank Harris be named Associate Dean of Students under the
Dean of Students Office. President Singletary mentioned the excellent job which
he has done as Manager of the Student Center and expressed confidence in his
ability to fill the position recently vacated by Mr. Kenneth Brandenburgh. On
motion by Mr. Black, seconded by Mrs. Clark and passed without dissent, Mr.
Harris was named Associate Dean of Students, retroactive to February 1.
(See PR 3 at the end of the Minutes.
G. Appointment of Dean of the College of Law (PR 4)
President Singletary recommending, on motion by Mr. Burlew, seconded
by Mr. Wendelsdorf, and passed unanimously, Professor George W. Hardy III
was appointed Dean of the College of Law and Professor of Law (with tenure)
effective June 1, 1973.