From: Keniucky Purebred Livestock Association,
Versa;illes, Ky. -$1,500. 00.
President Dickey presented check for $1,500. 00 from the Kentucky
Purebred Livestock Association given in support of the University' s livestock
improvement program. He recommended that the gift be accepted, and upon
motion duly made, seconded and carried, 'the Board concurred in the recom-
mendation of the President and requested him to thank the donors.
From. Na-;ional Merit Scholarship Corporation, Evanston,
11l --$300. 00.
President Dickey stated that the National Merit Scholarqhip Corporation
had given to the University its check for $300. 00 to be used for scholarship
assistance to students who are not Merit Scholars and recommended that this
be accepted. Upon moticn du.v made, seconded and carried, the grant was
ordered accepted and th-e Presider~t was requested to thank the donors.
From: East. Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corpora-
.ition, Winchester, Ky. --$3,042. 50.
President Dickey reported receipt of check for $3, 042. 50 from the
East Kentucky Rur..ai. Elect-ric Cooperative Co-Tpora tion, to be used to purchase
temperature control equipment for the new swine farrowing house on Cold-
stream Farm. lie stated that this grant would enable the University to extend
its work in swine research and recommended that it be accepted. Upon motion
duly made, seconded and carried, .he grant was ordered accepted and the
President was requested to write P. Getter of appreciation.
From: The Ford Foundation, New YorkN. Y. --$1,400. 00.
President Dickey presented check for $) 400. 00 fromn- The Ford Founda-
tion to be used to cover travel expenses of staff members who will visit educa-
tional television experimen:s in furtherance of a planned program of educational
television. He recommended that this graunt be accepted, and upon motion
duly made, seconded end carried, .he Board concurred in the recommendation
and requested the President to thank the donors.
Q. Elemenarad High Scho Texboks athe Universi
President Dickev s..ated what it seemed desirable to adopt. elementary
and high school textbooks for use in the Urdnii'e rsity School of the College of
Education, grades 1 thorough 12 Hp submt.ted the list of books for the
elementary grades I through 8, high, school grades 9 through 12, and stated
that these books had been adopted by .he TUniversity School for use in the