Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of
the University of Kentucky, Tuesday, April 2, 1935, continued and
held Tuesday, April 16, 1935.
The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met in
regular quarterly session in the office of the President of the
University on Tuesday, April 16, 1935, at 10:30 a.m. The follow-
ing members were present: Judge Richard C. Stoll, Acting Chairman;
Louis E. Hillenmeyer, J. B. Andrews, Miller Holland, Dr. George
Wilson, James R. Rash, Judge Robert G. Gordon and W. C. Hanna.
Meeting with the Board were President Frank L. McVey and Secretary
D. H. Peak.
1. Minutes Approved.
The Minutes of the meeting of the Board of Trustees of Decem-
ber 11, 1934, were approved as published. The Minutes Qf the
meetings of the Executive Committee of January 16, 1935, February
12, 1935, and March 13, 1935, were approved as published.
2. President's Report.
The President made his regular quarterly report which was or-
dered to be recorded in the Minutes. The report is in words and
figures as follows:
Quarterly Report of the President
April 16, 1935
The year 1934-35 may be regarded, so far as the University is
concerned, as one that is fairly satisfactory. Bills have-been
met, salaries have been paid and the student body has increased
over that of last year. There is a good spirit in both the staff
and the student body. Expenditures have been held below the Uni-
versity budget allowances and the expectation is that the year
will be completed showing a small balance.
The enrollment is 15% higher than it was last year. The at-
tendance record indicates that 3,227 students enrolled in 1934-35.
The enrollment in the summer session was 1,439, and the Extension
enrollment was 1,971, making a total of 3,41.0. In addition to
that, if we follow the procedure of other institutions in the
State, we may count the enrollment of the Training School, whioh
reached 400. In the University 4-H Clubs there are approximately
25,000 members. The University has come in contact with many
groups, including the annual Junior Week, the firemen's school,
which has Just recently been held; the school for policemen, which
will be held this week; the meeting of the State Garden Association;