At a called meeting of the Executive Committee of State Uni-
versity, held at Frankfort, Kentucky, April 11, 1912, there
were present :. B. *'ichols, !Tywel n-avies and -. B. Terrell.
On account of the death of Iaadjor Robert S. Bullock, Trea-
surer of the State University, and the necessity of taking some
stebs to have that office filled temporarily, on motion made,
seconded and unanimously carried, W. F. Warren was named as
his successor, to act temporarily until the matter is finally
disposed of by the Board of Trustees.
The Executive Committee then adjourned