D. Minutes Approved
On motion by Mr. Cooper, seconded, and passed, the reading of the
Minutes for the January 19, 1971 meeting of the Board of Trustees was dis-
pensed with and the Minutes were approved as published.
E. Executive Committee Member Election
A vacancy existing on the Executive Committee due to the termination
of Mr. Hillenmeyer's tenure on the Board, Mr. Clay called for nominations
for a replacement to complete his term. Mr. Pence placed the name of Mr.
George Griffin in nomination. Mr. Goss seconded the nomination. Mr.
Cooper moved that the nominations be closed and that Mr. Griffin be elected
by acclamation. Mr. Cooper's motion was seconded by Mr. Alverson, and
passed, with all present voting "aye'.
F. Resolutions Commnittee Appointed
Mr. Clay mentioned that Mr. Hillenmeyer had served on several com-
mittees of the Board and that Governor Nunn would name his replacements at a
later meeting. However, he felt it appropriate to name a committee to prepare
resolutions on the two Board members whose terms expired on December 31,
1970--Mr. Robert H. HIillenmeyer and Mr. B. Hudson Milner. He named Mrs.
Blazer, Mr. Cooper, and Professor Sears to this committee and requested that
the resolutions be prepared for reading at the March meeting of the Board.
G. President's Report to the Trustees
President Singletary reviewed briefly items in PR 1, President's Report
to the Trustees, which he felt would be of particular interest. He closed his
report with the announcement that the commencement exercises in May would
be held on May 8 at 4:00 p. m. rather than at 10:00 a. m. on May 10. Mr. Clay
accepted the report with thanks and ordered it filed.
H. Announcements by Mr. Clay
Mr. Clay extended congratulations on behalf of the Board of Trustees to
Mr. Lawrence E. Forgy, Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer,
and to Mr. Thomas P. Bell. Mr. Forgy has been named as one of the five
Outstanding Young Men in Kentucky in 1970, and Mr. Bell has been named
Outstanding Pro Official of the National Football League for the 1970 Season.
In addition, Mr. Clay noted that a fellow Board member, Mr. Wright, was a