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     Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
versity of Kentucky.

     The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky was called for December 9 at 10:30 a.m. in the office
of the President of the University.   At the appointed time, Judge
Richard C. Stoll was the only member if the Board present.    Other
persons present were President H. L. Donovan, Comptroller Frank D.
Peterson and Secretary W. Gayle Starnes.    Due to lack of a quorum,
the meeting was adjourned to meet at 10:30 a.m. in President Dono-
van s office on Tuesday, December 11, 1941.

     At this meeting, the following members were present: Governor
Keen Johnson, Harper Gatton, Mrs. Paul G. Blazer, H. S. Cleveland,
J. We Brooker$ R. P. Hobson, LQuis Hillenmeyer, John Cooper and
Lee Kirkpatrick.   President Donovan, Comptroller Peterson and Secre-
tary Starnes were also present.

     A. Approval of MInutes.
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            1. On motion, duly seconded and passed, the min-
               utes of the meeting of the Board of Trustees
               of September 16 and the minutes of the meetings
               of the Executive Committee of October 11 and
               November 22 were approved as published.
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     B. Quarterly Report of the President.

        (a) Introduction.

        Approximately three months have intervened since the
    last meeting of the Board of Trustees on September 16.    This
    interval has been a busy poriod for the now administration
    of the University of Kentucky.    We are pleased to report that
    the new officials of the University have continued to receive
    a cordial reception from the faculty, students and the com-
    munity.  Wie have had the finest cooperation from everyone in
    our organization.   This has made our work both pleasant and

         The President of the University has spent his time getting
    acquainted with the personnel of the University, holding many
    conferences with deans and departmental heads with regard to
    plans and programs, receiving visitors who come on business,
    frequently talking to students and to groups of students,
    answering a large volume of correspondence, presenting the
    program of the University before many luncheon clubs, alumni