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    Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Executive Committee of
the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, May 16, 1941,


     The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees, University
of Kentucky, met in the President's Office, University of Kentucky,
Friday, May 16, 1941, conveningt 10:30 a.m.    The members of the
Committee present were Judge Richard C. Stoll, Chairman; H. S. Cleve-
land  Lee Kirkpatrick and Robert P. Hobson.   President Thomas Cooper
and f. H. Peak, Secretary of the Board, were present.   On invita-
tion, President-elect, Dr. H. L. Donovan, attended the meeting.


     1. Approval of Minutes.

     The minutes of the meeting of the Executive Committee of April
22, 1941, were approved as published.   All actions of the Committee
taken ant motions made and carried at that meeting were ratified
and approved.


     2. Financial Rpport.

     The Business Agent submitted the financial r eport for April
1941.   The report was ordered filed, and the summary thereofs or-
dered published in the minutes, reads as follows:


        FINANCIAL REPORT FROM JULY 1, 1940, TO APRIL 30, 1941


                        Operating Accounts

Budgeted Income - - - - - - -                        $1,495,673.74
Estimated Reduction in Budgeted Income  - - - - - -     131029.40
Balance - -  - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -   1482,673.74
Salaries and Other Commitments  - - - - - - - - - -   1.113.260.19
Available for Expense, Supplies & Equipment   - - -     369,413.55
Expended to April 30, 1941 -                            3 - - - - - - - - - -- 312,833.77
Unencumbered Balance            - - - - - - - - - -      56,579.78


                          Patterson Hall

Budgeted Income - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -        99,980.00
Salaries and Other Commitments   - - - - - - - - - -     19.550.00
Available for Expense, Supplies & Equipment   - - -      80,430.00
Expended to March 31, 1941                               60.018.57
Unencumbered balance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -     20,411.43




 













Experiment Station Fund



Budgeted income - - - - - - - -
Salaries and Other Commitments
Available for Expense, Supplies
Expended to April 30, 1941 - -
Unencumbered balance - - - - -



- - - - - - -
- - - - - - -
& Equipment -
- - - - - - -
- - - - - - -



- - - $470,078.22
- - -  310,784.00
- - - 159,294.22
- - - 106,635.86
- - -   52,658.36



Agricultural Extension Fund



Budgeted Income - - - - - - - -
Salaries and Other Commitments
Available for Expense, Supplies
Expended to April 30, 1941 - -
Unencumbered balance - - - - -



& Equipment - -
- - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - -



- - 758,720.00
- -  634,196.00
- -  124,524.00
- -   96,208.26
- -   28,315.74



Special Appropriations



Library Equipment - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Expended to April 30, 1941 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Unencumbered balance - - -           - - _

Scientific Equipment  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Expended to April 30, 1941 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Unencumbered balance  - -

Home Economics Equipment  - - - - - - - - - - - -
Expended to April 30, 1941 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Unencumbered balance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Engineering Equipment  - - - - - - - - - - - - - _
Expended to April 30, 1941 - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Unencumbered balance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -



10,000.00
9,732,32
    267,68

20,000,00
19,821.13
    178.87

 15,000.00
J14,998.50



1.50



25,000.00
24,775-.73
   224.27



     3, Requisition Committee Report.

     The Requisition Committee filed written report of its action
each week from April 1?, 1941, to May 7, 1941, inclusive,   The re-
port shows that orders were made by t'he Business Office on authority
of the Requisition Committee in the manner prescribed by the Board
of Trustees and state laws, running from No, 8568 to No. 8973, The
report was examined, and on motion and second the orders and budget
additions named therein were ratified and approved, and payments on
said orders were authori zed and approved.




 










     4. Securities - Report ay Business Agent,

     President Cooper presented the following report of University
of Kentucky securities and deposits made by the Business Agent: Re-
port of investments held by the Custodians of Securities, savings
accounts in the First National Bank and Trust Company, and funds
controlled by the Security Trust Company.

     On motion, seconded and carried, the report was accepted, ordere,
filed and ordered copied in the Minutes.   It was further ordered
that a copy of the report be given by the Business Agent to the
Comptroller-elect when he takes control of the Business Office; that
on or before July 1, 1941, the securities held by the Custodians
of Securities be delivered by them to the Comptroller and receipt
given therefor, and that the Custodians, J. E. McFarland and D, H.
Peak, be then released from their trust; that on or before July 1,
1941, all evidences of savings and interest deposits be delivered
by the Business Agent to the Comptroller and receipt given therefor.

     a. Report of Custodians

          The following securities of the University of Kentucky
     are now in the hands of the Custodians of Securities, J. E,
     McFarland, of the First National Bank and Trust Company,
     Lexington, Kentucky, and D. H. Peak, Business Agent, Uni-
     versity of Kentucky,

          Peabody Fund -

          4 - United States 21.c Treasury Bonds of $10,000.00
              each, numbered 586F, 2587H, 2588J, and 2589K;
              dated September 15, 1938; coupons due September
              15 and March 15.

          Student Loan Fund-

          10 - United States 4% Treasury Bond of $1,000.00
               each, numbered from 52257H to 52266F; dated
               September 15, 1938; coupons due September 15
               and March 15.

          Hagin Fund _

          10 - United States Savings (Baby) Bonds of 81,000.00
               each, numbered M963111C to M963120C; dated November
               21, 1938.

           Haggin Fund -

           10 - United States Savings (Baby) Bonds of 81,000.00
               each, numbered M86366D to Ml86375D, dated January
               9, 1939.




 










Hagpin Fund -

10 - United States Savings (Baby) Bonds of $1,000.00
     each, numbered 1I1237892D to M1237901, dated
     January, 1939.

Brent Fund -

1 - Series 1, City of' Madisonvilles East Arch Streets 6%
     Street Improvement Bond, due August 1, 1936 on w^rhich
     interest has been paid to February 1, 1936.
     This bond has been sent to the Farmers National Bank,
     Madisonville, Kentucky for collection.

Student Loan Fund -

3 - $1,000.00, City of Louisville, Street Improvement
     Bonds numbered M6, M7, and M8, Series GO-90, due
     respectively July 15, 1946, 1947, and 1948, interest
     due semi-annually.

Student Loan Fund -

3 - $500.00, City of Louisville, Street Improvement Bonds,
    numbered D6, D7, and D8, Series GO-90 due respectively
    July 15, 1946, 1947, and 1948, interest due semi_
    annually.

Student Loan Fund -

18 - $1,000.00, City of Louisville, Street Improvement
    Bonds, numbered Ml to M8. Series G0.89.

 7 - $700.00, City of Louisville, Street Improvement
    Bonds, numbered C2 to C8, Series G0-89.

 1 - $190.12, City of Louisville, Street Improvement
    Bond, number C1, Series GO-89.

All above bonds dated June 24, 1940, interest due semi.
annually.


Student Loan Fund - Patterson

$5,000.00, Certificate No, 603, Lexington Federal Savings
and Loan Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated March
20, 1937.

Student Loan Fund

$5,000.00, Certificate No. 86, First Federal Savings and
Loan Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated January
88 1938.




 








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Mieredith Fund _

$700.00, Certificate No. 814, Lexington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated June 7, 1938,

Union Building -

5 - $1,000.00, Certificates numbered 1041, 1042, 1043, 1944,
    and 1045 respectively in the Lexington Feder7al Savings
    and Loan Association of Lexington, Kentucky, dated March
    5, 1939.

Union Building -

$1,500.00, Account No. 382, First Federal Savings and Loan
Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated January 17, 1941.

Group Insurance

$12,500,00, Certificate No, 343, First Federal Savings and Loan
Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated February 14, 1941,

GroupD Insuranlce -

$2,700.00, Certificate No. 905, Lexington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated October 14, 1938,

$;2,300.00, Certificate No. 1468, Lexington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated October 31, 1940.

Organizations Fund -

$5,000.00, Certificate No. 1149, Lexington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated August 10, 1939.

Organizations Fund -

$2,500.00, Certificate No. 108, First Federal Savings and
Loan Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated August 8, 1938.

$20500.00, Certificate No. 130, First Federal Savings and
Loan Association, Lexington, Kentucky, dated December 10,
1938,

                              (Signed) J. E. McFarland

                              (Signed) P. H. Peak

                                       Custodians of Securities



May 16, 1941.




 








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b. Report of Business Agent.

    Following are balances as of Mhay, 16, 1941, on Savings
Accounts in the First National Bank -nd Trust Company, Lex-
ington, Kentucky:

BRENT FUND-$ 529.87

BO1rD FUND, PWA, 1936 ISSUE - - - - - - - - - - - 31,562.36

     There will be an additional deposit
     for this fund made in June of this
     year in the amount of $2,916.63 making
     the total.balance on June 30 - _ - -  - 34,478.99
     From this it would be necessary to
     pay the bonds and interest due
     June 30, 1941, $253,610.00

BOND FUND, PWA, 1938 ISSUE - 4,517.80

     There will be an additional deposit
     made to this account in June in
     the amount of $13,075.00 making the
     total as of June 30 --- $17,592.80.

C}MIISTRY FUND - - - - - - - - - - - -  141.20

GROUP INSURANCE                                       156.16

0R1GANIZATIONS FUND  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  5,000.00

ROBINSON EXPERIVENT STATION FUNDS           - -  - - -  4, 417.60

SULLIVAN-12DALLION FUND  - - - - - - - -              238.37

UNION BUILDING FUND    - - - - - - - - - - - -        272.40

WESTERN KEflTUCKY EXPERIMENT STATION                1489,48

ROBERT D. WADDY FUND - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   2288.23

     Of this amount $2,161.76 represents a
     principal and $126,47 accumulated income
     less amount paid as scholarships to
     students,




 








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          Funds Controlled by Security Trust Company


    Bennett Fund, $400.00 invested by Security Trust Company,
    Lexington Kentucky; accrued interest in interest bearing
    account, 4258.59.

    Crum Fund, $500.00, invested by Security Trust Company,
    Lexington, Kentucky; accrued interest in interest bearing
    account $674.51.


                                  (Signed) D. H. Peak
                                           Business Agent


     5. Refunds -- Authority to Make,

     On motion, seconded and carried, refunds may be made by the
Business Office when properly approved according to the rules for
making refunds adopted by the Board of Trustees at the April, 1941,
meetings and charged to funds on hand in the College Revolving Fund
or Experiment Station Revolving Fund.    Such refunds may be deducted
from month to month from remittances to the State Treasurer for
the respective revolving funds.   This order shall apply to all
refunds made previous to the date of this meeting of the Executive
Committee in the fiscal year 1940-41, as well as all future refunds,


     6. Patterson Estate - Report by Security Trust Company.

     President Cooper presented letter from C. N. Manning, President,
Security Trust Company, together with a carbon copy of the report
named in the letter, the report showing a balance of cash and in-
vestments on hand in the Jarmes K. Patterson Estate of $285,129.87.
The report was received and ordered filed.

     Letter of President Mlanning.




 







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                     SECURITY TRUST COMPANY

                         Lexington, Ky.


    Dr. Thomas P. Cooper, Acting President,
    Univorsity of Kentucky,
    Lexington, Kentucky

    Dear Dr. Cooper:

              The Security Trust Company is filing a period-
    ical settlement of its accounts as Executor of the Estate
    of Jai.lles K. Patterson in the Fayette County Court, and for
    your information and files there is enclosed herewith a
    carbon copy of the settlement prepared for filing in the
    Court.   If there should be further information desired re-
    lating to the account or the estate of Dr. Patterson in the
    hands of the Security Trust Company, we shall be pleased
    to furnish it upon request.

              W7ith kindest regards and best wishes, I am

                                         Cordially yours,


                                     (Signed) C. N. Manning
                                               President.



     7. College of Agriculture -- Designation Changed.

     Recommendation of Dean Cooper:

          It is apparent that the work in home economics should
    be given greater recognition and I recommend tiat the Col-
    lege of Agriculture be designated as the College of Agri-
    culture and Home Economics.   Such designation would em-
    phasize the work of home economics and place it upon an
    equal basis with agriculture and other work carried in
    the University.

    On motion of MIr. Kirkpat-rick, seconded by Sir. Cleveland, the
recommendation of Dean Cooper was approved and the designation of
the College of agriculture was changed to  College of Agriculture
and Home Economics"; effective July 1, 1941.




 





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    8. Euclid Avenue -- Zoning.

    Report of President Cooper.

         I was Informed by Mr. John J. Curtis that the Zoning
    Commission had recommended a change in the classification
    of this area from residential to business property, and
    that a recommendation to that effect had been sent to the
    City Conaissioners.

         A letter was sent to the M1ayor in protest, as pro-
    vided by the action of the Board.   I noted that the City
    Cormmiissioners had accepted the recommendations of the
    Zoning Commiission and had adopted the change from resi-
    dential to business property,

          I have since been informed that certain property
     owners are objecting to the purpose for which the building
     is to be erected, claiming that it is not in accordance
     with the zoning as adopted and that they will make their
     objections at the proper time.


     On motion, seconded and carried, it was ordered that efforts
be continued to prevent zoning of Euclid Avenue property for busi-
ness purposes and to prevent erection of buildings thereon for
other than residential purposes.


     9, Tathan Springs Property __ Deeds of Procession.

     President Cooper presented four deeds of procession, estab-
lishing lines of Tatham Springs property, the deeds having been
approved by Dean A.E. Evans.

     On motion seconded and carried the following resolutions were
passed:

          Be it resolved that a deed from is. L. Hahn and Mary
     Hahn, his wife, of Willisburg, Kentucky, party of the
     first part, to the University of Kentucky of Lexington,
     Ky,, party of the second part, dated January 4, 1941, which
     establishes a line between adjoining lands of the party
     of the first part and lands of the party of the second
     part, known as Tatharn Springs property in Washington
     County, Ky.; and which conveys for a cash consideration
     to the party of the second part, all the land, if any,
     to the south and west of said established line; and
     which further conveys for a cash consideration to the
     party of the first part all the land, if any, lying
     to the north and cast of said established line; be
     accepted, pproved, authorized to be acknowledged by
     the Chairman of the Executive Committee and attested by
     the Secretary of the Board with the seal of the University
     of Kentucky affixed, and sent to the County Clerk of




 






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Washington County, Ky., for record.

     Be it further resolved that a deed from Mark
Dedrian, widorer; Custer Dedman and Ophie Dedman, his
wife, of Willisburg, Ky., parties of the first part,
and the University of Kentucky of Lexington, Ky.,
party of the second part, dated January 4, 1941,, which
establishes a line between adjoining land of the party
of the first part and lands of the property of the second
parts known as Tatham Springs Property, in Wt'ashington
County, Ky., and which conveys for a cash consideration
to the party of the second part all lands, if any, lying
to north and west of said established line, and which
further conveys for a cash consideration to the parties
of the first part all lands, if any, lying to the south
and east of said. established line; be accepted, approved,
authorized to be acknowledged by the Chairman of the
Executive Commaittee and attested by the Secretary of the
Board with the seal of the University of Kentucky affixed,
and sent to the County Clerk of Washington County, Ky.,
for record.

     Be it further resolved that a deed from Everett
Jenkins and Helen Jenkins, his wife, of Willisburg, Ky.,
parties of the first part and the University of Kentucky
of Lexington, Ky., party of the second part, dated January
4, 1941, which establishes a line between adjoining lands
of the parties of the first part and lands of the party
of the second part, knrown as Tathax Springs Property,in
Washington County, Ky.; and which conveys for a cash
consideration to the party of the second part all lands,
if any, lying to the south and west of said established
line; and which further conveys to the party of the first
part all lands, if any, lying north and east of said es-
tablished line; be accepted, approved, authorized to be
acknowledged by the Chairman of the Executive Comiittce
and attested by the Secretary of the Board with the seal
of the University of Kentucky affixed, and sent to the
County Clerk of Washington County, Ky., for record,

     Be it further resolved that a deed from Roland Pink-
ston and Lyda Mae Pinkston, his rife, of Lexington, Ken-
tucky; Dowal Ruby and Burchell Ruby, her husband; Eva
Reed and Earl Reed, her husband; lMaxine Birch and William
Birch, her husband, all of Willisburg, Ky., and Wilnah
Upton and J.T. Upton, her husband, of Grennsburg, Ky.,
parties of the first part, and the University of Kentucky
of Lexington, Ky., party of the second part, dated January
4, 1941, which establishes a line between adjoining land
of the parties of the first part and lands of the party
of the second part, known as Tatham Springs Property,
in Washington County, Kentucky; and which conveys for
a cash consideration to the party of the second part all
lands, if any, lying to the north and west of said estab-
lished line; and which further conveys to the parties




 




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    of the first part all lands, if any, lying to the south
    ancl east of said established liner be accepted, approved,
    authorized to be acknowledged by the Chairr.man of the
    Executive Coramittee and attested by the Secretary of the
    Board with the seal of the University of Kentucky affixeOL.
    and sent to the County Clerk of Washington County, Ky.,
    for record.


    10. Wenner-Gren Laboratory -- Charges for Electric Current.

    President Cooper presented a communication from Dean Graham,
relative to charges for electric current in the Wenner-Gren Lab-
oratory, which communication is copied as follows:



                                      May 16, 1941

   President Thomas P. Cooper
   University of Kentucky

   My dear President Cooper:

        Now that the Wenner-Gren Aeronautical Research Labora-
   tory is in operation and the graduate training program and
   research work for the Air Corps, U.S.A., will be in full
   swing shortly within this laboratory, a matter of the cost
   or charge for electric power, used within the whole of this
   operation, in relation to the "maintenance and operating
   contract" between the University and the Mawen Motor Corpora_
   tion, should be decided.

        The Laboratory is now serviced and connected through
   the Universityts electric power system, but there is installed
   and in use an electric power meter for measuring all primary
   power used therein.   However, it is practically impossible
   to make a distribution of the electric power costs to each
   of the several activities within the building; for the great-
   er part of the electric current is transformed within the
   Laboratory from alternating current to direct current and
   wired to many electric motors, each serving different opera-
   tions and uses,

        In discussing this question with the Mawen Motor Corpora-
   tion, I find that they are willing to pay or reimburse the
   University for all current entering the laboratory, as metered,
   irrespective of the activities within the Laboratory--student
   training, research and what-not--the only question being at
   what rate or charge per KW-hour,

        Therefore, after considering all the variables involved
   and especially the fact that practically all the electric
   power used within the activities of this particular Laboratory
   will be on the basic load factor, I recommend for considera-
   tion and approval that the M1awien Motor Corporation be asked
   to pay for al electric power as metered within the Wenner_
   Gren Aeronautical Research Laboratory at the same basic rate
   as now obtains in the University's power contract with the




 








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    Kentucky Utilities or one cent per kilowat-hour for the first
    90,000 kilowdt-hours used within the laboratory for any one
    month and 0.8 of a cent per kilowatt-hour for all current used
    above 90,000 per month.

                                  Yours truly,

                                  (Signed) James H. Graham
                                              Dean



     It was suggested that instead of the words "basic rate same as
now obtains", the words "same rate as paid" should be used in the
resolution of approval.

     On motion, seconded and carried, it was ordered that the Mawen
Motor Corporation be asked to pay for all electric power as metered
within the Wenner-Gren Aeronautical Research Laboratory at the same
rate as paid in the University's power contract with the Kentucky
Utilities Company.


     11. Retirement Plan for Agricultural Extension Employees -.
Amended

     President Cooper asked that the resolution passed by the Board
of Trustees$ at the meeting of April 1, 1941, entitled "Retirement
Plan for Agricultural Extension Employees" be amended, as follows:


          For paragraph 4 of the plan, substitute the following:

          4. Each member of the retirement system shall pays
     in the form of a deduction from his monthly salary checks
     the percentage of his salary specified according to his age
     in years* attained at the time he becomes a members and
     according to the following table or such changes in percentage
     as may be authorized by the Board:




 







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Age in Years          Percentage


Less than 21              3.500
   21                     3.575
   22                     3.650
   23                     3.725
   24                     3.800
   25                     3.875
   26                     3.950
   27                     4.025
   28                     4.100
   29                     4.175
   30                     4.250
   31                    4.325
   32                    4.400
   33                    4.475
   34                     4.550
   35                     4.625
   36                     4.700
   37                     4.775
   38                     4.850
   39                     4.925
40 and over               5.000



For paragraph 12, substitute the following:

12. The effective date of the plan shall be May 1, 1941.   The
first deductions from salaries are authorized to be made from
the salaries payable with respect to employment in May, 1941.
The Director of Agricultural Extension is hereby authorized to
have paid out of available funds of the Division of Agricultural
Extension the amounts necessary to match these deductions during
the remainder of the fiscal year.

Add the following paragraph:

13. The standard and usual policies of the Teachers Insurance
and Annuity association of America, 522 Fifth Avenue, New York,
New York, are accepted as fulfilling the conditions of the above
plan.   The deductions tom salaries, and the matching amounts
payable from University funds, are authorized to be paid to this
Company in accordance with arrangement to be entered into be-
tween the company and the insurance Committee subject to the
acceptance of the Director of Agricultural Extension.




 






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    after explanation by the President of the purpose and desirabil-
ity of the changes, motion was made, seconded and carried, by unan-
imous vote that the changes in and additions to the resolution adopted
at April 1941 meeting of the Board of Trustees, namely, "Rctirement
Plan for Agricultural Extension Employees", recommended by the Pres-
ident, and copied above, be approved and adopted.


     12. N. Y, A. Agreement -_ Robinson Station.

     The President presented the following request of bean Cooper:

          Request authorization to sign work project agreemen
     with the National Youth Administration for the assignment
     of laborers for two months, to assist in the cultivation
     of crops, gardens and general farm work on the University
     of Kentucky Experiment Station farm at the Robinson Sub.
     station at Quicksand, Kentucky,

          The National Youth Administration will provide the
     necessary funds not to exceed $384 for the payment for
     services of such laborers,   No additional funds will be re-
     quired from the University of Kentucky, as salary payments
     which are now being made to certain members of the Robin-
     son Substation staff will be considered as the co-sponsorls
     contribution to the project.


     On motion, seconded and carried, the project was approved and
the President was authorized to sign as agent for the University of
Kentucky a Work Project Agreement with terms as stated in the request
of Dean Cooper.


     13, Animal Pathology Building -- W. P. A. Project,

     The President reported that the project agreement with W. P. A.
for construction of Pathology Building signed by him as sponsor for
the University of Kentucky on resolution passed by the Executive
Committee at meeting of March 21, 1941, has been finally accepted
and approved by W. P. A,


     14. Apointments and Other Staff Changes.

     President Cooper presented staff appointments and other changes
requested by Deans and heads of departments, and, on his recommenda-
tion, by motion and second, the following were approved and record
ordered made in the minutes:




 






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                   ollege of Arts and Sciences


Appointments

     George Handy Ensminger, graduate assistant in English for 1941-
42, salary $500.00.

     Charles Schenker, graduate assistant in Chemistry for the
year 1941-42, salary $500.00.

     Kiss Martha Camack, graduate assistant in Bacteriology for
1941-42, salary $200.00.

     John S. Hannan, graduate assistant in Bacteriology for 1941-42,
salary $200.00.

     Miss Ruth Aiders, graduate assistant in Bacteriology for 1941.
42, salary $400.00.

     T. H. Shelley, graduate assistant in Organic Chemistry, Depart-
ment of Chemistry, f or the year 1941-42, salary $500.00.

     Jack P. Hickey, graduate assistant in Qlualitative Analysis,
Department of Chemistry, for the year 1941-42, salary $500.00.

     W. V. McConnell, graduate assistant in Physical Chemistry, De-
partment of Chemistry, for the year 1941-42, salary $500.00.

     M. B. Naff, graduate assistant in General Chemistry, Department
of Chemistry, for the year 1941-42, salary $500.00,

     F. J. Lvwis-, graduate assistant in Department of Physics for
the year 1941.42, salary $500.00.

     Francis L. Vencill, graduate assistant in Department of Physics
for the year 1941-42, salary $500.00.

     R. L. Fielden, graduate assistant in the Department of Physics
for the year 1941-42, salary $500.00,

     J. S. Newby, graduate assistant in Department of Physics for
the yea: 1941-42, salary $500.00.

     Glenn A. Price, student assistant in the Department of Physics
for theyear 1941-42, salary 8250.00.

     Hiss Catherine Woolum, graduate assistant in Sociology for the
year 1941-42, salary $500.00.

     Midss Doris Hutchison, graduate assistant in Department of
Bacteriology for the year 1941-42, salary $400.00.

     Miss Lary E. James, graduate assistant in the Department of
Botany for the year 1941-42, ten months basis, salary ~5O0.00.




 






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     James Stanfield, instructor in General Chemistry for the year
1941-42, salary $1500.00.   He has held a teaching fellowship at
the University of Tennessee.

     Miss Helen Knott, instructor in Bacteriology for 1941-42
salary $1600.00.   She will have a doctor's degree from Ohio State
University.

     Ben F. Van Sant, instructor in General Chemistry for the year
1941-42, salary $1500.00.

     Jack Allen Campbell, instructor in Chemistry for the year 1941-
42, salary $1550.00.   He will have a doctor's degree from the Uni-
versity of Iowa,

     F. B. Pauls, half-time instructor in the Department of Physics
for the year 1941-42, salary of $750.00.

     John H. Ubben, instructor in German for the year 1941.42,
salary    $1475.00.   He has been employed at the University of
Chicago.

     Walter G. Tillmanns, half-time instructor in German for the
year 1941-42, salary $750.00.   He comes from Ohio State University.

     Miss Lila Titsworth, instructor in Medical Technology, Depart-
ment of Bacteriology, for the year 1941_42, without salary.

     Hollis J. Rogers, instructor in Botany for the year 1941-42,
salary $1500,00, ten months basis.

     Paul Averitt, associate professor in Geology, on permanent
employment, salary q2500.00 a year, effective with the year 1941-42,
He has been with the United States Geological Survey for four years.
It is made a matter of record that the appointment of Dr. Paul
Averitt does not violate the Board's rule with reference to nepotism.
His father, S. D. Averitt, is employed as chemist in the Experiment
Station, and on July 1, 1941, comes under the rule for change of
occupation,   He will then be assigned certain duties that will not
be of the rank of assistant professor or higher, nor has he at
any time occupied the position of assistant professor or higher.
He has not been an administrative officer, nor has he been a member
of the Board of Trustees.

     Miss Miary T. Parks, clerk in the Personnel Office for the
year 1941-442, salary $600.00, on a 12 months basis.

     Miss Anna Jane McChesney, secretary in the Department of Po-
litical Science and in the Bureau of Government Research, on a 12
months basis, salary $41.67 a month, charged to departmental budget,
and $38.33 a month  charged to the budget of the Bureaq of Government
Re search,

     David B. M1cFadden, senior technician in Bacteriology for July
and august, 1941, salary $50.00 a month.




 






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    Henry T. Eiglesbach, senior technician in Bacteriology from
September 1, 1941 to June 30, 1942, salary $50.00 a month,

    Larry Landis, junior technician, Department of Bacteriology,
for the year 1941-42, on a twelve months basis, salary $400.00 for
the year.


Reappointment s

    Professor NII. MI. White, Acting Assistant Dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences during the remainder of Dr. Lysle Croft'