G. Budget Adjustments
President Dickey reported that the Southeastern Section of the American
Physical Society would hold its annual meeting on the University campus on
April 4, 5 and 6. He reported that some 250 or more physicists from all parts
of the country would attend, and recommended that $90. 00 be appropriated from
the Haggin Fund to entertain the group while on the campus.
Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the sum of $90. 00 was
authorized appropriated, and the Comptroller was authorized to make the
necessary budget appropriation from the Haggin Fund.
President Dickey reported that the College of Engineering had worked
out, in cooperation with IBM, a toolmakers, apprentice course. The Depart-
ment of Mathematics will help in instructing the apprentices. The President
recommended that $450. 00 be added to the Department of Mathematics ac-
count No. 600 and that the sum of $450. 00 be taken from account 980 of the
College of Engineering.
Members being advised, upon motion duly made, seconded and carried,
the Board concurred in the recommendation and authorized the necessary budget
H. Mrs. Ernst Jokl Employed.
President Dickey stated that the College of Arts and Sciences Department
of Physical Education had recently assumed supervision of the Rehabilitation
Center, which is headed by Dr. Ernst Jokl. Mrs. Erica Jokl, the wife of Doc-
tor Jokl, is employed as a physical therapist. President Dickey recommended
that Mrs. Jokl be permitted to continue in her employment as a physical thera-
Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Board of Trustees
concurred in the recommendation of the President.
I. Grants to Foreign Students
Dr. A. E. Bigge, Foreign Student Adviser, recommended that awards be
made for the school year 1957-58, to foreign nationals as indicated:
HAGGIN $600. 00 PLUS FREE TUITION FELLOWSHIP TO:
Mr. Eric Ericsson, Sweden
Miss Chizuko Shimizu, Japan
FREE FEE SCHOLARSHIPS TO:
Mr, Herbert Willy Kramer, Germany
Mr, C. S. Philip, India
Mr. Yoshiki Shigihara, Japan