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Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

4itnutes of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Uni- versity of Kentucky, April 1, 1941. The regular April meeting of the Board of Trustees, University of Kentucky, was held in thle President's Office, Tuesday, April 1, 1941, 9:30 a.m. The members of the Board present, were Governor Keen Johnson; Judge Richard C. Stoll; Iirs. Paul G. Blazer, Gatton; H. S. Cleveland; Louis Hillenmeyer; Lee Kirkpatrick; Robert P. Hobson; Judge John Cooper; WV. H. May; J*W. Brooker; Robert Tuay and Judge Harry VW. Walters. President Cooper and Secretary D, H. Peak were present. Governor Johnson announced the appointment of Judge Harry r7. Walters of Shelbyville to fill the vacancy caused by the resignatian of John INewcomb whose term expired January, 1940; and the appoint- ment of 11r. Robert Tway, of Louisville, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of D. D. Stewart, whose term expires January 1942. The new members are appointed from the Board of Agriculture. He then gave to the appointees their commissions and introduced them to the Board members. 1. Aix.oroval of M.inutes. The minutes of the Board of Trustees of Decei.mber 10, 1940, and the minutes of the meetings of the Execu- tive Committee of January 17, 1941, February 21, 1941, and Miarch 21, 1941, were approved as published. 2. Financial Re-port. The Business Agent submitted following report: Ov~ing to the early date of this meeting, I am unable to make the usual financial statement for the preceding month, However, there has been little change in the financial situation and our expenditures are running con- sistently wi-,th the original budget appropriations. Col_ lections of fees do not indicate that there will be .ny change in the estirmate I heretofore made of a reduction in the budgeted income of 813,000. I think on the whole that, if wc keep expenditures within the budget, we will be able to live within the reduced income. 3. President's Quarterly Report. President Cooper presented and read the quarterly report of the President on the state of the University. On motion, seconded and carriedl the report was received and ordered -ublished in the min- utes. It is copied as follows: