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     The Executive Committee of the State University met
in the President's Office on Monday, March lst, l915,
pursuant to a notice.

     Present: Messrs. a. B. Nichols, R. C. Stoll. T. L.
Edelen, John E. Brown and P. P. Johnston, Jr. and C. B.
Terrell.

     Absent:  Mr. G.G. Brook.

     Dean Am M. Miller of the College of Arts and Science
came before the Vommittee and recommended that Prof. L. L.
Dantzler be made and head of the English Department. Upon
motion made and seconded, this recom endation was unanimously
adopt ed.

     Prof. Miller at the same time brought up the question
of Aiving leave of absence to Professors Webb and Downing
No action was taken in the matter.

     Upon motion made and seconded, the following motions
were offered, and upon being duly seconded, were unanimous-
ly adopted:

     BE IT RESOLVED. First, that the Executive Committee
meet regularly in monthly sesslon and that the regular
monthly meeting be held the third Wednesday of each month.

     Second, a called meeting of the Executi7e Committee
meet regularly in monthly session and that the regular
monthly meeting be held any time at the call of the Chair.

     Third, the dean of eacri department shall make at each
monthly meeting a report in writing of the doings of his
department for the preceding month and shall report such
recommendations for the betterment of his College in said re-
port as he may see fit and sAch additional information as
he may find necessary to submit.

     Fourth, at the regular meeting in October and -eburary
of each year each dean shall, in addition to the report
hereinbefore provided for renort to the Board the name of
each person teaching in his college, together with the salary
and title of each of the said teachers, and the number of clas-
see tau; ht per week by each of the said teachers, and the
number of students in each class, together with such addition-
al information as he may find necessary to submit.

     Fifth, the -B.us iness Agerit shall, at each regular
meeting, present his report in writing as to the business
affairs of the University.

     Sixth, the President of the University shall make his
report at each monthly meeting of the Committee, as is
provided now by the rules of the Committee.

     Mr. J. E. Brown was duly sworn in as trustee of t1te
University.




 







     At this point the question if the imnrovement of Winslow
Street was taken i-p and considered, but nothing definite
was done except thnt President Barker. and 2essrs. P. P.
Johnston, Jr. and  . L. Edalen were made a committee to take
uD the matter with the (Commissioners of the City of Leaing-
ton and report on the fifth day of this month, when the
meeting will be hild as an adjourned meeting from today.

     Motion was made, seconded and carried that the meeting
to be held on the fifth day of March will take the place of
the regular Uarch meeting provided for In the above resolution.

     Came Mr. Gillis, the Registrar, and made the following
recommendation, which was unanimously adoptedt

               Rjl'S5 GGV;_IXNG ELIGIITIY OF FACULTY MEM3ERS

     Heads of Departments of instruction are automatically
members of the Faculty.

     Professors and Associate Professors teaching on an aver-
age of 10 credit hours perweek for one year, may, upon
approval of the Executive Committee, be admitted to member-
ship in the Faculty.

     If at any time Profeosors and Associate Professors
fail to teach the required time, th;y shall be automatically
dropped from the list, but may be re-admitted on same conditions
as new members.

     The ab-ove .-rle shall not affect present 'Faculty members.

     Upon mot-on, the meeting adjourned to meet Friday,
March 5.



                                 (Not uigned)
                           Seely of the Board of Trustees