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    Minutes of Meeting of the Executive Co-mamittee of the Universi-
ty of Kentucky, January 18, 1933.


     The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
versity of Kentucky met in President 11oVey's office at the Uni-
versity of Kentucky, January 18, 1933, at 10:30 a. m.  The members
of the Committee present were Judge R. C. Stoll, James Park, E. B.
Webb, Joe B. Andrews, and Judge Robert G. Gordon.  President Fra-.nk
L, HcVey and Secretary D. H. Peak were also present.


     1. Minutes Aporoved.

     The minutes of the meeting of the Executive Committee of Novem-
ber 29, 1932, were approved.

     2. Proceedings of 1eeting of December 13, 1932, Ratified.

     A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of Ken-
tucky was scheduled for Decem.1ber 13, 1932,  The following .ne-miibers
(not sufficient in number to make a quorum) were prevent: Judge
R. C. Stoll, E. B. Webb, Louis Hillenmeyer, and rugene Flowers,
Coommissioner of Agriculture; President F. L. HcVey and Secretary
D. H. Peak.; It was decided to proceed with the usual order of bus-
iness, and the record of the proceedings was prepared under the
heading, "Minutes of the Quarterly Heeting of the Board of Trustees,
University of Kentucky, December 13, 1932;" which record. was sub-
mitted to this meeting, and the following action thereon was taken;


     The record of the proceedings of the -meeting, December 13,
1932, of members of the Board of Trustees of the University of Ken-
tucky, is hereby approved and ratified as the action of the Execu-
give Committee of the University of Kentuclcy, and it is ordered to
be recorded in the permanent records of the Minutes of the Executive
Committee.
    3. Financial Report.

  The financial report for December was received and ordered to
be recorded in the Minutes.   It reads as follows:




 







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                                    EXHIBIT "B"


Statement of Income and Pxpenditures
       Month of Decem-Aber 1932



Previously
;Re-oort ed



Current
honth



Fiscal
Yenr
To Date



General Fund Income
  Pederal Appropriation      42,750.00
  Special Agri. AT)pro.
  Vocational Ed. Board        6, 571.16
  Bureau of Min. & Top. Sur-
  vey -  Misc. Receipts        567.36
  Burecau of Min. & Top. Sur-
  vey - State Appropriation  1,762,15
  State Tax                 182,643.32
  Int. on Endowment Bonds     4,322.25
  Int. on Liberty Loan Bonds    850.00
  Student Fees               92,1153.18
  Student Fees - Sum. Schi.  14,393.29
  Student Fees -   t Hn. High  4,001.50
  Student Fees - 71.Tr.Sch.   4,075.00
  Student Fees - Un, Pxt.    12,646.50
  Miscellaneous Receipts     11,750.19
  Rentals                     1,050.66
  Men's Dormitories           6,425.14
                 Total      385,921.70



  7,330,81
  4,360.51

     78. 60

     209.70
165, 388.43


  1,214.64
     22. 25
     90.00

  1,946.31
  1,574.57
    247.20
    136,50
182.599.52



42,750.00
7,330.81
10,931.67

    645 96

 1,971.85
348,031.75
  4,322.25
    850.00
 93,327832
 14,415.54
 4,091,50
 4,075.00
 14,592.81
 13,324 76
 1,297.86
 6,561.64
 568,521.22



rgxpenditures
  Instruct ion
  Adm. Vxp. & Mlaintenance
  Adeitionr and Betterements
                  Total

  Txcess of Income over
    - penditures



Patterson Hall Inco-e
  Board
  Hiscellaneous Receipts
  Room Rent - Summer Schoc
                  Total

E3xpenditures
  Tyxpensse
  Additions and Betterment
                  Tot .1I
  Txcess of Income. over Ex
  penC i ture s



06, 404. 60
103,279.43
  5.204-71



78,688.24
35,189.09
   585.38



385,092.84
138,468.52
  5.790. 09



414 888 74    11446 2 71    529,35145


(28,967.04)    68,136.81     39 169.77



1



19,998.66
    70.84
 1.261.50



86.70
54.40



20,085.36
   125.24
 1.261- 50



   21,331.00        141i10     21i472.10


   11, 472.41     39155,72     14,628.13
;s  1,8 816,50      263.62       2 ,080.12
   13, 23 S.1     3,A19; 34       78 25

   8 0''09 -(3M278,24)         4,763.85




 







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General Fund Income        407,252.70
General Fund 'Expenditures  426,177,65
  Excess of General Fund
  Incom11e over Expend.   (20,924. 1395)
  Accountus Payable liqui-
  dated                    (32854.59)
  !x]cess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for General
  Ledger Accounts          77,918,29
  Txcess of Receipts over Ex-
  penditures for the fiscal
  year to date - General
  Fund                     53,13875
  Txcess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for the fis-
  cal year to date - General
  Fund
  Cash in Bank July 1, 1932 -
  General Fund
  Cash in Bank December 31,
  1932 - General Fund



.xperi-mlent Station Incomiie
  Hatch - Federal Appro.     7,500.00
  Milk & Butter - Cash Rec.  3,886,73
  Dairy Cattle Sales           148.60
  Sheep Sales                  176486
  Swine Sales                  209,20
  Poultry Sales                813,96
  Farm Produce Sales           368.00
  Horticultural Sales          252.37
  Seed Test                    162.35
  Seed Inspection            5,402.54
  Rentals                      720,35
  Miscellaneous                453 76
  Fertilizer - Fees          2,541,25
  Public Service - State
  Appropriation             6,576,03
  Public Service - Misc. Rec       e
  Feeding Stuffs - Fees      11,834.84
  Adams - Federal Appro,      7,500.00
  Serum - Sales                 681,45
  Serum - Virus Sales            36.07
  Serum - Supply Sales           63.05
  Serum - Miscellaneous Rec.     60,00
  State Appropriation         19,257.43
  Craeamery  License Fees      4,377,50
  Creamery - Testers License    1,215.00
  Creamery -  Glassware Tested    188,24
  Robinson - State Appro.       3,550,47
  Robinson - Misc. Receipts     3,113.87
  NVest Ky.-State Appnopriation 3,100,45



182,740.62   589,993,32
117,882.05  5546,059.70



64,858.05



__43 033J62



   (125.50)   (3,980.09)


(73,610.81)    4,307.48



(8,877. 74)



;442 261.01



44, 261.01

(12, 274.36)

31, 98b 65



  748.90
  85.35
  25.99
  20,85
  124,08
  34.60
    8.95
    92.30
  350085
2,144.67
   81.91


3,666,68
    8.14
 2,828025

   106.82
   11.15
     7.25

10,075.09
    21.00
    26.00
    17.14
 2,312,57
   120.-1
 2,614.33



7,500.00
4,65 635
  23. 95
  202?85
  2310.05
  938,04
  402.60
  261.32
  254.65
5 753e39
2, 865.02
  537,67
  2,541,25

10,242.69
     8.14
14, 663.09
7, 50Q 00
   788.27
   47.22
   70.30
   60.00
29, 332,52
4 398.50
1,241000
   203.38
 5, 863604
 3,233.98
 5,714.78




 








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West Ky. - Miscellaneous Tiec.  2,315.80
Purnel1 - Federal Appro.      30,000.00
Nursery Inspection - Fees      1 000,30
Blood Test                       545,00
                   Total     118,051.47



  161.47   2,477.27
           30;000.00
   80.00   1,080.30
   54 75     599.75
25,829.18 143,880.65



Expenditures
  Expense
  Additions & Betterments
                     Total
  Excess of Income over Ex-
  penditures
  Excess of Receipts over Ex-
  penditures for General
  Ledger Accounts



118,983.55
    822. 14
119,805.69-

(1,754.22)


  5,739.30



22,080,57 141,064,12
              822.14
22,080.57 141,886.26

3,748,61   1,994.39


1,753.47   7,492.77



Excess of Receipts over Tx-
penditures
Excess of Rreipts over Wax-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - Experiment
Station
Cash in Bank July 1, 1932 -
Experiment Station
Cash in Bank December 31,
  1932 - Experiment Station



Extension Division In
  Federal Smith-Lever
  Federal Additional
  Federal Supplementa
  Federal Capper-Ketc
  Stat'e Smith-Lever
  State Capper-Ketche
  County and Other


Expenditures
  Expense



3 985.08      5,502.08



9,487.16



91487.16

(5. 383 43)

4,103.73



1come
           74,154.38                74, 154.38
Co-op,     15,500.00                 15,500.00
.ry        26,545,52                 26,545.52
;ham       18,400,49                 18,400,49
           43,560,27    23,725.50   67,285,77
               302,83                   302,83
               914.08       730.06    1,644.14
Total     179,377.57    24,455.56   203,833.13



150,235.62



34,473.66 184,709,28



Exceps of Income over Ex--
penditures



9Q 141 95



(10-Ot1810) 19.123.85



Excess of Income over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - xtexnsion
Division
Cash in Bank July 1, 1932 -
Extension Division
Cafh in Bank December 31, 1932 -
Extension Division



1 99123,85

7,737868
   26._



- - - s -    -. - -. - - =.  --- - - -




 





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Trust Fund Income
Student Loan Fund
Student Notes Paid
           Total Receipts

Expenditures
  Expense
  Student Notes
           Total

  7xcess of Receipts over Ex-
  penditures



  372,75        36,34     409,29
               148,00  1,072.77
1.297,72       184.34         6



  207'49
213005275
1.213.24



84 48



38.00



245,49
1.005.75 -



____38. 10 2 ~T,524-


   146.34 _230_82



7,xcess of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - Trust Fund
Cash in Bank July 1, 1932 -
Trust Fund
Cash in Bank December 31,
  1932 -Trust Fund



230.82

1,308,58

1 539.40



Summary
  General Fund Income
  Experiment Station Income
  Extension Division Income
  Trust Fund Income
              Total



407,252,70
118, 051,47
179 377 57
    372.95
705,054.69



182, 740,62
25,829.18
24,455.56
     36. 34
233.061. 70



589,993.32
143,880*65
203,833,13
    409,29
938.163



General Fund Expenditures
Experiment Station Expend.
Extension Division Expend.
Trust Fund Expenditures
            Total



428,177, 65
119,805. 69
150,235,62
    207. 49
698 .426.45



117,882.05
22, 080. 57
34,473.66
     38 00
174.474. 28



546,059.70
141 , 886, 26
184, 709,28
    245.49
872 900, 73



Excess of Income over Ex-
penditures



6,628.24



Accounts Payable liquidated (3,854.59)

Excess of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for General Ledger
accounts                   83,657.59



Student Loan Fund - Notes



(80.98)



Exceps of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - Combined Fund
                            86,350.26



( 1



Txcess of Receipts over axe-
penditures for -he fiscal
year to date - Jo;^,bined Fund.
Cash in Bank and on hand July 1,
1932 - Combined Fund
Cash in Bank and on hand December 31, 1932 -
     Co.mbined Fund



58,587.42  65,215.66

  (125.50) (3,980,09)



(71,857.34) 11,800.25



148. 00



67.02



3,247.42) 73,102.84


          73,102.84

          __(6, 611. 53)-

          661491 1



.




 







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              Abstract of item shown on Statement
              of Income and Eqxpenditures as "Excess
              of Recelpts over Expenditures for Gen-
              eral Ledger account .ll,800.25"

                                     Debit              Credit

      Accounts Receivable                            4,163,79

      Insurance Paid in Advance      321.21

      Sundry Accounts                               12,370.67

      Surplus                      4,413,00________
                                    4p734.21         16,534.46
                                                      4,734.21
                                                      11,800.25


     4. Insurance

     On motion and second, which carried, it was ordered that the
fire insurance cairied on schedule for the College and Experiment
Station buildings, be renewed for the period of one year from expira-
tion Iriarch 14, 1933; that the renewals be made on the same plan and
basis as heretofore approved by the Board of Trustees of the Univer-
sity of Kentucky,

     5. G-rant of Roadway Through Robinson Experiment Sub-Station
Property.

     Dean Thomas P. Cooper presented the following request from the
Judge of Breathitt County Court:

     TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEE.S OF TIE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY:

          The undersigned judge of the Breathitt County Court
     respectfully reouests permission to use the road bed form-
     erly occupied by the narrow guage road of the Mowbray and
     Robinson Company, being a strip of land 30 feet wide and
     beginning at the property line of Sylvania Campbell and
     extending through the lands of the University of Kentucky
     to the State Highway at QuicksandP

          In the event you grant this permission, Breathitt
     County will furnish the vire and posts and build all
     fencing necessary by reason of the occupation of this
     strip of land as a road and highway, said fence to be
     constructed out of 42 inch Farm fencing wire, and. to
     be built at the expense of the county, wunder the direc-
     tion and supervision of the foreman selected by the Uni-
     versity of Kentucky, and the said county shall maintain




 







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      and keep in repair said fence during the period that
      it uses said strip as a highway.   The said strip to
      be used as a public road is a continuation of the pub-
      lic road heretofore condemned. by the county thru the
      lands of Sylvania Campbell.

           Given under my hand this January 4th, 1933.

                        (signede) William Turner
                                 Judge Breathitt County

     Dean Cooperfs recommendation:



                                     January 13, 1933

     President Frank L. McVey
     University of Kentucky

     Dear President McVey:

          I enclose a request from the Judge of Breathitt
     County, Mr. William Turner, for a right-of-way through
     certain lands of the University of Kentucky at the Rob-
     inson Substation, for use in extending a public road.
     Breathitt County agrees to furnish the wire and posts and
     build all necessary fencing bDy reason of the occupation
     of this strip of land as a road and highway, and to main-
     tain and keep the fence in repair during the period that
     the land is used as a highway.   Under the circumstances,
     I presume that this reouest should be granted and I so
     recommend.

                                     Very truly yours,

                                  (Signed) Thomas Cooper
                                            Dean and, Director
     It was ordered that the right of way be granted as requested
by Jud2-e Turner and approved by Dean Cooper.   Judge R. C. Stoll,
Chairman of the Executive Committee, was authorized to execute
deed for right of way.

     6. Collections for Museum.

     President McVey was authorized to accept on loan basis collec-
tions of materials and exhibits for the Museum,    It was stated
that the University incurs no liability in so accepting collections.




 







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     7. Report of Committee on Business of Athletic Council.

     Pre-ident McVey stated that he haad appointed. Dean Edward Wiest,
of the College of Commerce; Dr. J. S. Chambers, head of the Dispen-
sary; and L. H. McCain, accountant in the Business Office, as a com.-
mittee to investigate the business management ande business affairs
of the Athletic Council.   He presented the report of that Commit-
tee to the Executive Committee.   The action of the President and
the report of the Committee so appointed were approved.

     8. Sale of State Warrants.

     The Treasurer and Business Agent were authorized to sell State
Warrants on hand at not lews than 91-2- per cent and accrued interest.

     The following report of the Business Agent of sale of State
Warrants was approved:


                          Warrants Sold

     Please approve of the following warrants sold in August not
included in previous lists approved.

Western Kentucky

Face Value          89 3/4            Interest           Total
                    Per Cent
391. 02          1,248.44            5.22             1,253.66


Robinson

A, 157.89          1,039.21            4.35             1,043.56


     9. Patterson Tstate Indebtedness and Bequest

     A. E. Evans, Dean of the Law School, was authorized to prepare
the necessary papers for the transfer to the University of Kentucky
by the executor of the estate of Walter K. Patterson of the bequest
in the will of Walter K. Patterson, deceased, made to the Student
Loan Fund, and to report to the next mneeting of the :Txecutive Co~n-
mittee.

     10. TaPPing Sewer

     On recommendation of President McVey and Dean Cooper, collit-
tee appointed at meeting of the Executive Committee of   Tove-.nber 29,
1932, Dean A. E. Evans was authorized to draw an easement to E. H.
Johnson to tap and use the sewer running between the Small Animal
House and Washington Avenue, and t-o deliver the papers to Dean
Thomas P. Cooper.




 







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     11. Lot South of Service Building,

     The Business Agent reported that in compliance with the order
made by the Executive Committee of November 29, 1932, he had made
a partial examination of title to the lot adjoining the Service
Building on the South, and that it appears from a deed dated Feb-
ruary 10, 1917, recorded in Deed Book No. 184, page 485, Fayette
County Court Clerk's Office, that a boundary corresponding to the
lot in question was conveyed to the City of Lexxi tUon.

     President McVey was authorized to make investigations looking
to the acquiring of this lot by the University of Kentucky,

     12. Policy Regarding Borrovwers from Student Loan Fund.0

     President MocVey presented the question of collection of notes
due the Student Loan Fund, stating that all of the fund has been
loaned to students, many of whom are out of school and some are
now in school; that collections are unusually slow, and an amount
sufficient to meet present requests for loans is not available.
He asked the opinion of the Committee as to procedure in collecting
the loans, and the relation of such unpaid obligations to the policy
of the University in withholding grades and refusal of registra.tion
until all obligations are paid,

     It was the unanimous opinion of the members of the Executive
Committee that an obligation to the Student Loan Fund is not such
as comes within the class of unpaid obligations for which grades
may be withheld or the privilege of registration denied.    It was
furtlher suggested that the difficulty of collection of Student Loan
notes may be largely due to stress of the times.    However, it is
well to press sureties for payment and, in some instances, take
legal steps for collection.

     13. RFeleasetf Securities of First National Bank, Princeton,
Kent-ucky,

     It appearing from report of the Business Agent that the amount
on d eposit in the First National Bank of Princeton, Kentucky, to
the account of the Western Kentucky Sub-7xperiment Station of the
Univerpity of Kentucky, was on January 6, 1933, '-2,956. 44, and that
the additional deposits made in said. bank by the Superintendent, S.
J. Lowry, are withdrawn each month, and it further appearing that
the First National Bank and Trust Company of Lexington, Kentucky,
holds in escrow United States Fourth Liberty Bonds aggregating
.4, 750.00 and one State Warrant for $257.88 as sec. ity for such
deposit;

     On motion duly seconded it was ordered that the Fir st N'ational
Bank and Trust Company of Lexington, Kentucky, deliver to the First
National Bank of Princeton, Kentuclky, United States Fourth Lilberty
Bonds thus held in escrow to the aggregate amount of %i2,000.00,
on request of that bank made through the Business Office of the Uni-
versity of Kentucky.




 







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     Wherefore, the Business Agent of the University of Kentucky
notified the First National Bank of Princeton, Kentucky, and On
reouest of the 5ashier of that Bank, approved by a certified copy
of the order above recorded, action was imnediately taken by the
Fir st National Bank and Trust Company of Lexington, Kentucky, as
shown by following copy of Itter, and receipt for bonds:


                                         January 23, 1933


     Mr. L. G. Cox, Cashier
     Ftst National Bank
     Princeton, Ky.

     Dear Mr. Cox:

                    As recuested in your letter of January 20th,
     we are enclosing herewith ::2,000.00 Fourth 4-% U. S. Liberty
     Loan Bonds Nos. A01909881  and F02794255 for $1,000.00
     each with April 15th, 1933 and all subsequent coupons attached8

                    Delivery of these bonds is being made in ac-
     cordance with your request and has been authorized by reso-
     lution of the Executive Committee of the Ilniversity of Ken-
     tucky, certified copy of which has been delivered to us.

                    These bonds have been withdrawn from the col-
     lateral which you had deposited with us under escrow for
     security of deposits of the University of Kentucky under
     the terms of our receipt issued to yourselves under date of
     April 22nd, 1932.   The said receipt is returned herewith
     after our having made notation of delivery of the bonds re-
     ferred to.

                    You will kindly execute the enclosed receipt
     acknowledging delivery to you of the "8,000.00 Fourth 414=5
     Libexty Bonds and return for our files,

                    The cost of Forwarding these bonds under
     registered insured cover amounts to 53Q for which you will
     please let us have your check to cover.

                                    Yours very truly,

                                 (Signed) J. M. Sellers
                                           Cashier
     J'viS: H
     7.nc.
     Reristered Mail




 





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                                January 24th, ).33



                           RECEIPT


         Receivedl from the First National Bank and Trust Company
    of Lexington, Lexington, Kentucky -

         ')2 000 00 U. S. 4th LIBERTY LOAN 4+? BONDS 1933-38 Nos,
         A~i909881 and E02794255 for ;A,000.00 each with cou-
         pons due April B3th, 1933 and ASCA,

    %hich is partial delivery to us of the collateral held under
    terms of a receipt given by the said First National Bank
    and Trust Company under date of April 22nd, 1932, leaving
    in the hands of the said Ftzst National Bank and Trust Com-
    pany !P2750.00 U. S. Fourth 4*o Liberty Loan Bonds and State
    of Kentucky warrant for p2257,88, which is to be retained
    as collateral security for deposit carried with us by the
    said University of Kentucky.

          IN WITNESS WTPR!OF, the First National Bank of Prince-
    ton, Ky,, has hereunto affixed its corporate name by L. G.
    Cox, its cashier, at Princeton, Ky., this the 24th day of
    January 1933,

                                 FIRST NATIONAL BANK

                                 (Signed) L, G. Cox
                                         Cpshier


     14, Bureau of Mineral and Topographic Survey.Statements    -
proved,                                         XSaeet        p
     Statement of salaries for the month of January, 1933, of em-
ployees in the Bureau of Mineral and Topographic Survey; and state-
ment of expense in same Bureau wzere approved.  Statements are as
follows:

     Salaries, Payable from Appzropriation

             David Young....    .   ..@ ... ;80.00
             Louise Barton ................., 30.00
             Coleman Huntsr
                 42 hours @ .40
                 30 hours @ .30               33, 40
                                             t;143.40
                       Sit ned -- A. C. McFarlan
                                 Head of Bureau




 





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     Expense, Payable from Cash Collectionas

         Buildings and Grounds -- Repairs and Renewals .. .j58.49
         The State Journal Company, Printing.               2272
                                                           *.281. 21

                                      Signed -- A. C. McFarlan
                                                Head of Bureau


     15. Granting Degrees.

     The following list ofJ candidates for degreesrecormended by
the University Senate wap, approved, and the degcrees recommended
were authorized to be conferred:


                 COLLEGEP OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
          CATDIDATPES FOR TIE DEGREE OF BACHEELOR OF ARTS



Edna Backer
Pauline Elizabeth Brisker
Joseph Hartin Ferguson
Evelyn Gall Freyman
Grace Louise George
Christine Heaps Innings
Gilbert William Kingsbury
Eddwin Roland Lane
7Ernest Eric McLefresh
Willie E1dna Maddox



Chester Walter Halasky
Hargaret Eva Morton
Hughs Farmer Norment
Jeanie Bell Earker
Lloyd Emmett Rogers
Eidwin Strother Scott
Price Sewell, Jr.
Ellen Catherint Sullivan
David Frazee tWeaver



CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCI'i*CE



Stuart Cohen
Williami Samuel Jackowitz
Jack Lentz



Luther Hermann Parr
C-eorge Rutherford Wesley
Clarence Robertson Yeager



           COLLEGE5 OF AGRICULTURE
CANDIDAT7S FOR THE DEGRE:9E OF BACHELOR OF SCI7.ITCE IN
                  AGRICULTURE



Henry Frederick Alma



Floyd Dox



CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHE5LOR OF SCIENTCE IN
                 HOi.:E :EC ONOMICS'



Kitty Berry
Dorothy W7ycoff Raybournie



Dorothy Ola Strother
iMarry Belle White



                        COLLEGDE OF LAW
         OANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BAC1TELOR OF LAWS
,asserre Rradlesv                  Beverly PcL ter White
islesosaore Joh  C.sady




 









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              COLLTEG OF EDUCATION
CANDIDATES FOR THT, DEGREE OF BACTELOR OF ARTS IN
                  EDUCATION



Catherine Ellis Cassidy
Anne Thomas Denton
Jefferson Sidney Dunn
Frances Carolyn Foxworth
Mucillee Hare
Emily Bledsoe Jorris
Carmel Vincent Ketron



James Andrew Layne
Robert Earl McGuire
Ruth Hayes
Edna Earle Rumans
Glenn Robert Smith
Katherine Cecil Williams



          COLLEGE OF COIEETROC

CANDIDATES FOR TE, DEGREM OF BACIFLOR OF
         SCIENCE IF COD.ERCE



John Albert Bush
Newell MarmadukP Hargett
John Leslie Mains



Emler Albin Neuman
Joseph Downing Webb



           GRFUlUATE SCHOOL
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF
                  ARTS



John Samuel Brown
Lysle Warrick Croft
David Hampton McKinney
Ronald Macdonald
William Edgar Newbolt



Benjamin Stark
Eva Taylor
-Amy Rose Troxler
Clarence Milton 1-Thalin



             CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF
                            SC IENCE

Ray Herbert Wright

            CANDIDATE FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCI-
                    ETCE IN HO=., ECONOMICS



Idah Munich




 








                               14'e



    16e Appointments and Resignations.

    Mrs. Ruth Haines, of Philadelphia, was appointed instructor
in elementary education for the second semester, 1932-1933, at a
salary of 1')OOO.OO for the semester.

    Resignation of Miss Maud Freeland, employee in the University
Extension Department, effective February 1, 1933,


     On motion, the meeting was adjourned.


                                   D. H. Peak
                                   Secretary of the Board of
                                        Trustees