Dr. Rudd, indicated his support of Mr. Bell's amendment to the proposed
amendment of January 19. Dir, Singletary said when it became clear to him that
in its original form the motion would not pass, he too began to seek alternatives
that would preserve some of its better features. After talking with Steve Bright
and the Chairman of the Senate Council, as well as members of the adminis-
tration, it was his best judgment that Mr. Bell's amendment was as satisfactory
a resolution of the problem as was possible and he endorsed it. Mr, Clay stated
that the institution has already proven that it endorses the concept of student
participation through the presence already in the University Senate of five voting
student members. This is further endorsement of this concept and, though it
may not provide as many students in the Senate as had been hoped for, it presents
an opportunity for students to fulfill their responsibilities. Later the matter can
be reviewed to see what input the students have made into the academic programs
of this campus. lie then called for a vote on NMr. Bell's motion to amend Mr.
Bright's motion. All present voted "aye". Mr. Bright requested permission to
speak before his motion as amended was put to the vote. A copy of his statement
appears at the end of the Minutes.
The vote on the original motion made by Mr. Bright and seconded by
Mr. Griffin as amended was called for. All present voted "aye". Mr. Bright
indicated that Student Government would set up the machinery to carry out the
elections of the student Senators.
Q. Interim Financial Report (FCR 1)
There being no questions. on inotion by Mdr. Griffin, seconded by
Mr. Pence, and passed, the interimn financial report for the six-months'
period ending Decemiber 31, 1970 was accepted and ordered made a matter of
record. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Mvinutes. )
R. Employment of Auditors for 1970-71 (FCR 2)
Mr. Forgy recommended that the firma of Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and
Company be engaged to perform an independent audit of the financial statements
of the University of Kentucky and its affiliated corporations for the fiscal year
1970-71. Mr. Alverson moved approval of FCR 2. His motion was seconded by
Mr. Cooper, and passed. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.
S. Exchange of Properties (FCR 3)
Mr. Forgy explained that the University needed the property presently
owned by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association in order to expand its
educational facilities. An agreement has been worked out with the KHSAA to
exchange this property for approximately an acre of University land (adjacent to