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Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

4 in FCR 2 and he so moved. His motion was seconded by Mr. Black and, without discussion, passed. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.) M. Acquisition of Property (FCR 3) The last piece of property remaining in the triangle between Limestone and Rose Streets is the Jefferson Davis School property owned by the Fayette County Board of Education. Mr. Sturgill said the Finance Committee was in agreement on the desirability of acquiring this property and recommended that the Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer be authorized to purchase it. Mr. Strugill moved approval of the recommendation in FCR 3. His motion was seconded by Dr. Woodyard and passed without dissent. (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.) N. Revisions in the Student Code Adopted (SCRCR 1) Mr. George Griffin, Chairman of the Student Code Revision Committee, said that the Student Code Revision Committee had met and considered the recom- mendations of the Advisory Committee on Student Code Revisions transmitted to the Board Committee with President Singletary's recommendations. The Advisory Committee sent sixteen recommendations for Code revisions plus five other supplemental recommendations to the President. President Singletary, after careful consideration, approved fourteen of the sixteen recommendations without change and disapproved two of them. The Board Committee considered the Ad- visory Committee recommendations and the recommendations and comments of President Singletary. The final report presented to the Board of Trustees for action, according to Mr. Griffin, concurred with the President's recommendations with the exception of disapproving a part of one revision and proposing one additional amendment. Since the changes as recommended by the Student Code Revision Committee had been sent to the members in advance of the meeting and thus the members were familiar with the proposed revisions, Mr. Griffin moved that the Committee's report be approved. His motion was seconded by Mr. Crockett. Mr. Flegle then moved that the report be amended by the elimination of Article VI. He said that it was the Student Government's position that the powers granted to the President in this Article are too vague and overly broad. Mr. Clay called for a second to Mr. Flegle's motion and, there being none, the amendment died for lack of a second. Mr. Flegle then moved that the Student Code Revision Committee's report be amended to provide for the elimination of expulsion from the Student Code (Article I, 1. 57). In support of the amendment Mr. Flegle explained that Dr. Singletary had approved the Advisory Committee's recommendation for the elimi- nation of this section but the Student Code Revision Committee had voted to leave