some complicated legal questions involved but, if these can be successful-
ly resolved, it may be possible to have some relief by September 1966.
M. Dr. Willard Welcomed Back
Mr. Smith welcomed Dr. Willard back to the campus after his recent
leave of absence. Dr. Willard responded by saying that he was pleased to be
back and expressed his thanks to the Board of Trustees for granting him the
leave of absence for the period from January 14 to April 1, 1965.
N. Comments on Centennial Convocation
Mr. Ezelle said that since the Board of Trustees had not met since the
Centennial Convocation, he would like to express to Dr. Oswald and those who
worked with him the appreciation of the Board for the wonderful events of the
Centennial weekend, which were climaxed by the visit of the President of the
United States on February 22, 1965. He felt that this was a real honor to the
University and those responsible for inviting President Johnson were to be com-
0. Meeting Adjourned
The members of the Board were reminded that luncheon would be served
immediately following adjournment. Mr. Smith then determined that there was no
further business to come before the Board, and entertained a motion for ad-
journment at 11:17 p.m.
James A. Sutherland, Secretary
(PR 2, PR 3, PR 4, PR 5, and PR 10 which are attached are official parts of
the Minutes for the April 6, 1965, meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
versity of Kentucky. )