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Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1964-06-apr30-ec.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

Minutes of a Special Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, Thursday, April 30, 1964. A special meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky was called by the Chairman, Dr. Ralph Angelucci, for 5:00 o'clock, Eastern Standard Time, on Thursday, April 30, 1964, in the Board of Trustees Room in the Administration Building on the campus of the University. The following members of the Executive Committee were present: Dr. Angelucci, chairman, Judge James A. Sutherland, secretary, Mr. Robert Hillenmeyer, and Dr. H1 B. Murray. Mr. Smith Broadbent was unable to attend, In addition, Mr. Floyd Wright, a member of the Board of Trustees, President John Oswald, Dr. A. D. Albright, Dr. William R. Willard, Mr. Robert Kerley.. and Dr. Ellis F. Hartford were present. Members of the press and the following representatives of the parents of the University High School, Mrs. Martha Gurnee, Mr. Harry Miller, Dr. William Maxson, Mr. Harry Scott and Mr. Charles Rhodes, also attended, A. Meeting Opened Dr. Ralph Angelucci called the meeting to order at 5:12 p.m. He com- mented on the new Board of Trustees Room, which was being used for the first time, and expressed appreciation to Dr. Oswald for providing such a beautiful room for use of the Board. B. University High School Discussed Dr. Angelucci indicated that there was no agenda for this special meeting but that it was called to hear a statement from Dr. Oswald. Dr. Oswald stated that, shortly after his arrival in September, the Board of Trustees asked him to look into several matters in the University which had been of continuing concern to the Board. Among these was the Uni- versity High School--what function the school now served, the financing of the school., and what should ultimately be done about it. A committee composed of Dean Lyman Ginger, Dean of the College of Education, Mr, James H. Powell, Director of the University High School, Drs, Morris Cierley and Ellis Hartford, former directors, and Dr. James Kincheloe, former Superintendent of the Fayette County Schools, was appointed with Dr. Kincheloe serving as chairman, The following report resulted from the deliberations and study of this committee: