At a called meeting of the Executive Committee of State
University held at the Phoenix Hotel, August 14, 1911, there
were present Messrs. Clay, Nichols and Terrell of the Committee,
and President Barker and the Comptroller.
The Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
On motion made, seconded and unanimously carried and upon the
recommendation of the special committee appointed for that pur-
pose, Miss Mary G. Fisher was selected as matron of Patterson
Hall; services to begin September 1, 1911.
Upon motion it was ordered that the salary for the past
month not paid be settled with rirs. Caroline Wallis.
Upon motion made and seconded the President and Business
Agent of the University were ordered to audit the accounts
at patterson Hall and to take inventory of all property in
use at such Hall.
At this point Miss Lowry appeared before the Committee and
asked for the position of teacher in Drawing at the State
University. The matter was left with President Barker to make
contract with her for that purpose, salary not to exceed $50.00o.
An account was presented belonging to the General Electric
Company and the same referred to the Business Agent with di-
rectidn to make investigation and settle same if it is a Uni-
A bill was presented by President Emeritus James K. Pat-
terson for books end other items for the library amounting to
$557.64 and the same was ordered paid and charged to the library
A requisition for articles wanted by the Mechanical and
Electrical Engineering College; was presented and same referred