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[3] > Image [3] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1973-02-feb20.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

-3- Professor Hardy was present at the meeting and was introduced by President Singletary. After expressing gratification that this position had been filled so satisfactorily, Mr. Clay called on Professor Hardy for a few words. Professor Hardy thanked the Board members for the honor which they had done him in naming him as Dean of the College of Law at the University of Kentucky and pledged his best efforts to continue the present eminence of the College of Law and to make it even greater. Before taking up the next item on the agenda, President Singletary intro- duced Professor Robert Lawson who has served as Acting Dean of the College of Law for the past two years and took cognizance of the sacrifices made by Professor Lawson in accepting the assignment. Mr. Clay expressed the ap- preciation of the Board, not only for his willingness to serve as Acting Dean but also for the commendable manner in which he had carried out the responsibilities of the office. It was suggested that the Board of Trustees adopt a resolution expressing its appreciation. Mr. Clay appointed Mr. Bell and Mr. Wendelsdorf to draft such a resolution for presentation at the next meeting of the Board. (See PR 4 at the end of the Minutes. ) H. Budget Revisions for 1972-73 (PR 5) Without discussion, on motion by Mr. Palmer, seconded by Mr. Cooper, and passed without dissent, the budget revisions for 1972-73 as recommended in PR 5 were authorized and approved. (See PR 5 at the end of the Minutes.) I. Amendment to Governing Regulations (PR 6) Mr. Clay reminded the members that an amendment to Part X, A of the Governing Regulations had been received at the January 16 meeting and tabled for action in February. The Board being familiar with the provisions of the amendment, the question was called for. Mr. Sturgill moved that the amendment be removed from the table and adopted. His motion was seconded by Professor Sears. Mr. Wendelsdorf moved to strike the next to last sentence in the pro- posed amendment, stating the reasons for his motion in some detail. His motion was seconded by Mr. Goss. After some discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of removing the sentence, a roll call vote was taken on Mr. Wendelsdorf's motion with the following results: Voting Aye: Mr. Goss, Mr. Wendelsdorf Voting Nay: Mr. Bell, Mr. Black, Mr. Burlew, Mrs. Clark, Mr. Clay, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Griffin, Mr. Kincaid, Professor Oberst, Mr. Palmer, Professor Sears, Mr. Sturgill, Judge Sutherland