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State University of Wentucky.

April 7,1911,

The facul,y met in the president's room in the gymnasium
building, those present being President Parker, President
Emeritus Patterson, Professors Anderson, Curtis, Frankel,
Hamilton, Jones, {elly, Latferty, Mackenzie, Mathews, Va,son,
Horwood, Patterson, Pryor, Poberts, Rowe, Terrell, Turner,
Tuttlc, White, Zembrod.

Presiden RarLer then called for the reports of committees
in order, as follows: Committees 1, 8, 3, 4 and 5 had no
reports to offer.

Committee 6, Library Committee, reported as follows:

"The Library COmmittee met in the officd of President
Emeritus Patterson in the Library Build‘ng, on Tuesday
morning, April 4th, at ten o'clock. There were present
President Fmeritus Patterson, Pr.Terrell and Professors
Mackenzie, Anderson, Jones and W.K.Patterson.

Motion was made, seconded and carrtcd unanimously
that the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting
be omitted.

Motion was made, seconded and unanimously carried
that Pr.Terrell be appointed a committee of one to confer
with the authorities of the Pniversity and to get them to attend
to supplying the necessary grass seed to son on the plot
of ground surrounding the Library.

Motion was made, seconded and duly carried that
the requisition for chairs for the Library be repeated
and the urgency of the need for then he insisted on.

Motion was made, seconded and carried unanimously
that the Poard f Trust=es be requested to apply to the
next Legislature for an arnual appr03riation of fiBOOO
For the purchase of books for the Library.

Motion was made, seconded and carried to adjourn.

Hargaret I.King,
Secretary of the Committee.

On motion the report of the Library Committee was
ordered received and filed. Committees 7 and R had no re~
ports to offer.

Professor Norsood on behalf of the Committee on Student
Publications reported that his committee had recently met
to consider the lniversity Annual but on account of the
sickness of the editor and the absence of one member, the
work had been deferred until the coming week.

Committee 10 had no report to offer. Committee ll
on Entertainments NonmAthletic reported through Professor
Mathews as follows:



' arch 10,1911.

"The Committee on Entertainments met in the office
of the agricultural building, all being present.

An application was received from Mr.Paul L.Cocke
for permission to present a play af er Pastor. On motion

it was ordered that the request be granted provided the




Minutes of Faculty, April 7,1911. 87-

production of this play .eceive the approval and super~
vision of the Department of English of the Unive sity

in accordance with the long established rule of the
faculty. It was also requested that Hr.Cocke should
make aprlication for a specific date in order that the e
should be no conflict with other entertainments that
might be authorized by this committee."

March 22,1911.

"The Committee upon Entertainments NonwAthletic
met at the usual time and place to consider an applies,
tion from P.T.Rtandrod and there representing the
Freshman Class for permission to use the Armory on
Friday, March 31st. The subiect was discussed at some
length, but it was finally agreed that in View of the
feet that there are three separate entertainments of a
similar character already provided in April it would be
unwise to add another to this list. The Chairman wa.
instructed to write to Mr.8tandrod to that effect."

On motion it was ordered that the report of this Committee
be adopted. Committee 18 on Student Organizations had no
report to make.

Upon request of President $arker, Professor White then
read an extended statement regarding the reworganization
of the University as adopted at a recent meeting of the
Executive Committee.

Professor Poberts called attention to an error in
the statement regarding the organization 0? tie College of
Agriculture in which it was implied that the Department of
Agronomy and the Department of Soil Physics are two separate

A partial list of standing committees under the re~
organized system was then offered by President Parker and
read by the Secretary as follows:

Courses of Study: Deans of the University, Professor

Anderson, Chairman.

Calendar and Pulletins: Professor Terrell, Chairman,
Mackenzie, and Carmen.

Graduate Study and Honorary Degrees: Prof.Scovell,7hairman,
Anderson and lembrod.

Examinations and Daily Schedule: Prof.$ackcnz'e, Chairman,
Rowe and Maxson.

Commencement Exercises: Mrs.Stout, Chairman, Commandment
Kelly, Turner and Iustaine.

Student Publications: Prof.Norwood, Chairman, Tuttle and

Athletics: Prof.Wilson, Chairman, Curtis and Kelly.

Prof.Zembrod, Chairman, flood

Entertainmentl NonwAthletic:
ss TIamilton.

and Hi
Student Fees: Prof.Penee, Chairman, Roberts and Tuttle.

Buildings and Grounds: Prof.Frankel, Chairman, Prof.
Scovell and Judge Lafferty.

University Publicity: Judge Lafferty, Chairman, Hooper and

Chapel Vxercises: Fean of Women, Chairman, Mathews, Zembrod
And Pillis.



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orcoart mchod of havi r; Senior orations at oommoncom3nt time
wan now beoo ming somewhat antiquated and thought that the fim3

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flay be abolished. The motion was stoonoed by Dr.ToTro 11
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Upon motion the faculty? o iournsd.

President of the Vnivovsit”.

n13r3*3vv of the T"acuity.