xt798s4jmm23 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt798s4jmm23/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky 19130129 minutes English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1913-01-jan29-ec. text Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1913-01-jan29-ec. 1913 2011 true xt798s4jmm23 section xt798s4jmm23 







       At a meeting of the Executive Committee for the

State University held in the Presidenth office on January 29,

1913, There were present C. 3. Terrell, R. C. Stoll, and Hylel

Davies;  absent C. B. Nichols and C. H. Clay. C. z. Terrell

was elected Chairman pro tem.


        President Barker reported to the Committee he had

accepted the resignation of E. R. Sweetland as Athletic Di-

rector and that he had employed temporarily J. J. Tigert to

take charge of all athletics until June 1st next, at a salary

of one hundred dollars (100.00) per raomth; also that a sten-

ographer had been engaged, at sixty dollars (60.00) per month

until June 1st, to do the work for the Education Department

and for the Athletic Department, one-half to be paid by AthlA-

ics and the oyher half by the Education Department. Motion

being made and seconded that the action of the President be

approved, upon a call iif the roll the vote stood as follows:

Stoll, Terrell, and Davies, "Yes"; "Noes", none.

        President Barker recommended the employment of Charles

A. Bohannon as Professor of Education in the Department of Edu

cation, at a salary of fifteen hundred dollars (1500.00) per

year   Upon motion, made, sedonded and unanimously carried

upon a yea and nay vote, the Professor -as directed to invite

Professor Bohannon to a personal interview and was given full
power to employ Professor Bohannon if in his judgment he would

be satisfactory and if he was not employed the University s6a

pay his expenses made by reason of his visit to this Universiry




 








It was moved and seconded that four thousand dollars be



($4000.00) be appropriated for the expenses of a summer school

beginnin: in June next and that the tuition fees be fixed at

$6.25 for all professional teachers sald  $12.50 for all other

students. Upon roll call thle vote was unanimous in favor of

the motion.

        It was moved and seconded that the sum of fifty dollars

 ($50o.00) be appropriated for the use arid benefit of the YX.CA

 and, upon roll call, the vote was: "Yeas", Tervell and Davies;

 "Na~y", Stoll.

         Upon motion, made, seconded, and unanimously carried,

 President Barker and Mr. Davies were empowered to carry out the

 recommendations set out in the Budget as to the building of a

 vault for the accommodation of the valuable records of the Uni

 versity.

         The Business was directed to make investigation

 as to what can use done as to securing a "blanket" insurance

 poli cy upon all the buildings and fixtures df to e -University

 and to report at the next meeting of this Committee.

         Upon motion, made, seconded, and unanimously carried,

 President Barker and Mr. Davies were requested tomake inves-

 tigation and report a schemep~f :advertising for the University

 for the next meeting of this Committee and they were also gi.ven

 full power and authority to take such actio n as may seem proper

 in an advertising plan with the"Courier-Journal" Company which

was explained to the Committee by  President Barker.




 







        Professor Tuthill came before the Committee and

asked for an assistant in his department. It was moved and

seconded and unanimously carried that the matter be handled

by the President and the employment be made for the remainder

of this year if he approves the same after having a personal

interview with the apblicant, Professor W. E. Butt.

      On motion, the Committee adjourned