xt7cfx73vc73 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7cfx73vc73/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky 19111221 minutes English University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1911-12-nov21-ec. text Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1911-12-nov21-ec. 1911 2011 true xt7cfx73vc73 section xt7cfx73vc73 

    At a meeting of the:xecutive Committee of the State Univer-

sity, held at the Phoenix hotel, November 21,1911, there were

present L essrs. C. -'. Nichols, Cassius --?. Clay and C. B. Terrell

    The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted.

    On motion made, seconded and unanimously carried, President

Barker Was authorized to accept the donation of $40,000., made

by the Trustees of the George Peabody Fund of Sew York, the

income of which is to be used in connection with the School

of education of the State University in accordance with a

resolution adopted by said Board of Trustees.

    President Emeritus Patterson had indicated, in a letter

written to lMr. C. B. Nichols, that he desired to be heard

before this body. On motion made, seconded and unanimously

carried, he was invited to address the body. He was then

communicated with over the phone, but declined to be heard.

    On motion made and seconded, President Barker was empowered

to expend a sum not to exceed $100. in the payment of the

expense of students of the Agricultural Department who will

to to Chicago to act as a judging team in a saddle horse juedg-

ing contest.  The said motion was adopted unanimously, upon

a yea and nay vote.

    In consideration of extra services performed by Dean Ham-

ilton and Miss Aubyn Chinn at Patterson Hall., begin:i'ng with

September 1st last, each of them is allowed their board in

Patterson Hall, on account of aaid extra work, this being

work done over and above what they are required to do under

their employment by the University.

    On motion made, seconded and carried unanimously on yea.

and nay vote, the salary of Miss Aubyn C)iinn, as Instructor in

Domestic Science was fixed at $900* beginning September lst.


last, she to be entitled hereafter to the usual annual auto-

matic increase.

    On motion made and unanimously carried, on yea   and

nay vote, Miss Margaret King is allowed $50. for services as

Secretary of the Executive Committee for six months,

    Mhessrs. C. B. Nlichols andV!1. T. Lafferty, having been appoint-

ed as a committee to settle with the Combs Lumber Company for

the building of the administration offices in the Ilain Building

upon the University campus, reported that they had made the set-

  tlement by executing to siad Company a note for the sum of

$4061.93 dated August 1, 1911 payable six months after date and

bearing interest from date at the rate of five percent.

    There being no further business before the Committee, it

then adj ourned