Muinutes of the regalar monthly meeting of the Nxecutive Com-
niittee of the Bcard of Trusteea of the Univer3ity of Kenztucky. for
Wednesday. March 25, .92:3.
The executive Committee of the Board of trustees of the Uni-
versity of Kent'ucky m.et i.n regular monthly session in the Presi-
dent's office at tJIe 'Jiver-it on We:;say. a.rch 28, 19232 at
11:.30 a. m. The following mnnebers 'wre present: Juu ge R. C,
Stoll, Superintendent George Colvin, Senator H. M. Froman and. Mr.
Robert Gz Gordon. Frank L4 rc-Vey. President of the University,
and Wellington Patrick, Secretary of the Committee, were also pres.
The minutes of the previous meeting were approved as published.
1. 0he 0. E. Robinson Foundation. There appeared before the
Committee a committee c-nosisting of Mr. 0. E. Ro-binson, 0. 15.
Manning, M. Wirgman and Judge 1. C. OtRear, representing the 0. E.
Robinson Foundation. President McVey read to the Executive Com-
mittee the following communication from Dean Cooper, addressed to
Judge E. C. O'Rear;
January 23, 1923
Judge Eo C. O0Rear
My dear Judge 0'Rear:
I have been greatly delayed in the preparation of a
statement relative to the use of the Robinson lands due
to my absence from the office and other pressing work.
Followimng the conference of last Monday, I offer
the following suggestio.1s as to the method of placing
this matter before the Board of Trustees and also present
a very general plan of the developments that should be
initiated on the propertyi in the event it is taken over
by the Experiment Station.
Offer to Board of Trustees
The land consisting of the 500 acres located about
two miles from Quicksann, the 500 acres on Quicksand Creek