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7 because of a "conflict of interest' inasmuch as he is a director of the Kentucky Trust Company of Louisville. (See FCR 7A, B, C, D, and E at the end of the Minutes. ) S. Lexington Banks Designated as Depositories (FCR 8) Mr. Hillenmeyer said that the Finance Committee at its meeting that morning had considered and wished to present a recommendation relative to the designation of Lexington banks as depositories for the University of Kentucky and its affiliated corporations The Finance Committee's recommendation was that the Lexington banks presently designated as depositories be continued for the period January 1, 1971 through June 30, 1971 and that the Citizens Union National Bank and Trust Company of Lexington be designated as the depository for the Tobacco Research Board impress cash fund. Prior to the expiration of this period, the Finance Committee may wish to recommend certain changes in the present policy. On motion duly made, seconded. and carried, the Board of Trustees approved the recommendation made by the Finance Committee in FCR 8. (See FCR 8 at the end of the Minutes. ) T. Hearing Committee Report Mr. Bell, chairman of the committee appointed to hear requests for Board appearances from students, faculty and others, said the committee had met with Mr. Mike Campbell, a student. Mr. Campbell is requesting permis- sion to appear before the Board of Trustees to present certain recommendations relative to how students may receive permission to appear before the Board more expeditiously than under the present system. Mr. Bell said his committee felt that some of Mr. Campbell's suggestions warranted consideration by the Board and recommended that he be granted permission to make his presentation at a meeting of the Board. After some discussion, on motion duly made, seconded, and carried, Mr. Campbell was granted permission to appear before the January meeting of the Board of Trustees, provided he submit a written statement covering his remarks to the President's Office for distribution to the Board members prior to the meeting, as is done with all other matters coming before the Board for consideration, and that he limit his remarks to the specific matters on which he had requested permission to speak, namely, suggestions for ways in which students might request and receive permission to present matters to the Board of Trustees. U. Student Code Revision Committee Report Mr. Griffin, chairman of the Student Code Revision Committee, indicated