Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky, Tuesday, April 7, 1964.
The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met in Room 214
of the Student Center on the campus of the University at 10:00 a.m. , Eastern
Standard Time, on Tuesday, April 7, 1964, in regular meeting as provided in
KRS 164. 170, with the following members present: Governor Edward T.
Breathitt, chairman, Dr. Ralph Angelucci, vice chairman, Judge J. A. Suth-
erland, secretary, Mr. Smith Broadbent, Dr. R. W. Bushart, Dr. Harry
Denham, Mr. Sam Ezelle, Mr. W. F. Foster, Mr. Robert Hillenmeyer, Mr.
Gilbert Kingsbury, Dr. H. B. Murray, Mr. Clifford E. Smith, Professor
Paul Oberst (non-voting), and Dr. Dr. Lewis Cochran (non-voting). Absent
were: Dr. Harry Sparks, Mr. Wendell P. Butler and Mr. Floyd Wright.
President Oswald, Dr. Albright, Dr. Willard and Dr. Haun, representing the
administrative staff, and members of the press were also present.
A. Meeting Opened
Since Governor Breathitt sent word that he was delayed, Dr. Ralph
Angelucci, vice chairman, called the meeting to order at 10:20 a.m. and asked
Mr. Gilbert Kingsbury to pronounce the invocation,
Judge Sutherland, secretary, called the roll and reported thirteen
members present and four not answering the roll and indicated that a quorum
B. Minutes Approved
On motion by Mr. Hillenmeyer, duly seconded, and without objection
the Minutes of the March 20, 1964, meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Board of Trustees were approved as published,
C. President's Report to the Trustees
The chairman called on Dr. Oswald for his Report to the Trustees,
copies of which were made available, Dr. Oswald commented briefly on each
item contained in the report and the Trustees accepted the report with an ex-
pression of appreciation for the many and varied activities being carried on by
members of the faculty and staff of the University.
D, Presentation of "Blue Report"
Dr. Oswald indicated that copies of the "Blue Report" had been mailed
in advance of the meeting to members of the Board, He further indicated that
the items contained therein, while important, were routine in nature and