Medical Center effective July 1, 1957; however, in the intervening
months it is understood that Dr. Willard and Dr. CI-arberlain will
work closely together in determining the policies which will guide
the Student Health Service in the next fiscal year.
In making this change, I should like to commend Dr. Chamber-
lain upon the very effective manner in which he has guided the
Health Service in his administrative role. I should also like to
express our gratitude to all of the personnel connected with the
Student Health Service for the great contributions which they have
made and are making to the University community. Many of
these services have been rendered with a very small staff and a
meager budget. The fact that they have worked so efficiently and
so effectively is a real compliment to the loyalty and the ability
of the persons connected with the Student Health Service.
Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the recommendation of
President Dickey was approved and the Student Health Service was transferred
to the Medical Center.
N. Members of the Board of Trustees to Meet with Medical Center Staff.
President Dickey announced that Dean Willard and the Medical Center staff
would like to. meet the members of the Board of Trustees and make a report
upon work of the staff and progress being made toward the establishment of the
Medical Center. President Dickey stated that he felt that members of the
Board would enjoy having a progress report and that it would also give them an
opportunity to meet and know the members of the staff thus far employed.
Members of the Board discussed a suitable date and it was generally agreed
and approved that there would be an informal meeting of the Board of Trustees on
April 22, 1957, at 10: 00 a m. in the Office of the President.
0, Dean Stahr Resigns.
President Dickey read a letter from Elvis J. Stahr, Jr. , Dean and Pro-
fessor of Law, and Provost of the University, tendering his resignation. Pres-
ident Dickey stated that Dean Stahr? s leaving the University was a great loss.
Members of the Board expressed their regret of receiving Dean Stahrt s resigna-
tion and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the following resolution
was authorized spread upon these minutes,
Resolution: The resignation of Elvis J. Stahr, Jr. , is a distinct
loss to the teaching and administrative branches of the Universi-