Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. June 6th, 1876
On Financial condition with instructions to recommend the
best mode to meet the exigencies in the embarrassed condition of
R. R. Sloan
W. T. Withers
J. P. TCrbitt
R. C. Ricketts
W. L. Tibbs
Preservation & Utilization of property
J.A. J. Lee
M4rs. Mary E.
app rove d
June 7, 1876
M.A. on J. 0.
Curator Withers read a reoort of the Committee from the
Extive. Comtee. showing the securities of Ky. University upon
motion it is referred to the Committee on Financial conditions.
Curator Woolfolk presented the request of Mrs. Mary Hibler
that she be released from oaying the Lawyers fees incurred in
the suite for 500 dollars subscription of her husband, but by
vote it was refused-
On motion Board adjourned to 10 o'clock A.M. tomorrow.
No objection being made the minutes stood approved
Jos. S. Woolfolk.
/339/ The Board met at ten o'clock the session omened by Prayer
by President Graham.
On calling the roll the following Curators answered their
names or came in during the morning.. Prest. B shop, Curators
Bowman, Allen, Gratz- Steele- Wasson- Goodloe- Elley_ Woolfolk-
Worthington- Givens. Ricketts- Shackelford- Tarbitt- Sloan_ s
Withers_ Campbell_ Shirley_ Kinnaird- Barnes, Lee, Price- Tiirs-
The Sec. read the minutes of the previous meeting and no
objection being made they were considered ap-proved-
Regent Bowman recommended John 0. Hopkins for the degree of
M. A. and moved that, that degree be coniered - Refered. to
Faculty of College of Arts.
Curator Withers moved as substitute That the matter be re-
fered to the Faculty of the College of Arts with power to act.
Curator Shackelford moved that in the event of any discus-
sion coming up speeches shall be limited to 10 minutes- adopted.