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    Minutes of the Regular Monthly Meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Ken-
tucky, Saturday, July 28, 1928.




     The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees, Uni-
ve-sity of Ientucky, met in regular monthly session in the
President's office at the University of Kentucky, at 11:30
ai mi, Saturday, July 28, 1928.      The following members
were present: R. G. Gordon and James Park, and Louis Hillen-
meyer, member of the Board of Trustees acting on the Committee.
President Frank L. McVey, Superintendent M. J. Crutcher and
D. H. Peak, acting secretary, also met with the Committee.
Judge Gordon was selected as acting chairman.



     Approval of the minutes of the meeting of June 14,
1928, was deferred until the next meeting.



     1. Report of the Business Agent.   The report of the
Business Agent for the month of June and the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1928, was presented and ordered incorporated
in the minutes,




 







               EXHIBIT NB"

Statement of Income and Expenditures
        Month of June 1928



                         Previou1ly
General Fund Income       Reported
   Federal Appropriation 42 750.00
   Vocational Educ. Bd.   6,031,i24
   State Appro-Giris Dorm.75,000.00
   Special Agric. Appro.
   State Tax             859,565.02
   Int. on Liberty Bonds  1,700.00
   Int. on Endowment Bonds 8,644e50
   Student Fees          112,619.76
   Student Fees - Summer
     School               33,248.05
   Student Fees - Univ.
   High School           3,689.75
   Student Fees - Univ.
     Extension            21 ,123. 62
  Misc. Receipts          9,669.57
  Rentals                 9,492,59
  Summer Sch,-State      10.



    Appropriation
          Total
i' :penditures
   Instraction
   Adm. Exp. and Main-
     tenance
   Additions and Bet-
     terments
         Total
   Excess of Income
     over Expendi-
     tures
Patterson Hall Income
   Board
   Miscellaneous
   Room Rent - Summer
     School
          Total
Expenditures
   Expense
   Additions and Bet-
     terments
          Total
   Excess of Expendi-
     tures over Inco~e
Ceneral Fund Income
General Fund Experldi-
  tureZ



   10, 000.o00
1.193,534.10

  676,675.45

  200,801.60

  145,791.85
1,023,068.90


_ 170.465.20

   63,732.09
      226.66

    4,0950050
 __672 9594 25



   64 ,208.64

 _ 2,067.60
   66,276. 24

   1 3683.01
1,261 ,493,35



  Current
  Month
    . I
21,170,20

30,000.00
42,150.88


     6.29





 1,439.10
 6,395.56
   406c 00


101, 5680 03

67 ,739.80

32,032,09

16,472._98
116,244.87


(14.676.84)

  1,395 5.33
    117.05



  8,936.77

    268. L
  9,205. 62


103,080.41



   Fiscal
   Year
   To Date
   42, 750. 00
   27, 201.44
   75)000 00
   30,000 00
 901,715.90
   1 , 700. 00
   8,644,50
 112, 626. 05

 33,248.05

   3Q,689.75

   22, 562. 72
   16,065.13
   9,898.59

   10,000.00
1,295,102.13

  744,415425

  232,633,69

  162,2S4.83
1,139,313.77


  155,788.36



  65,127.42
     343. 71

-- 4,000.50



  73,145.41

  ,_ 336.45
  75,481.86

  (6,010.23)
1,364,573.76

1,i,21.795.6




 






30



Previously
Reported



Excess of General
Fund Income over
Expenditures       172,148.21
Accounts Receiv-
-ble for Current
Yea.r
Excess of Receipts
over Expenditures
for Gen. Ledger
Accounts             2,647.50
Excess of Re-
ceipts over Expen.
for the fiscal yep.r
to d&.te-Gen. Fund  174,.795.71



(22,370.08)


(22,846.030)



  5,294,63



  (39,921e75)



149,7'78.13


(22,846.30)



  7,942.13



134,873. 96



Excess of Receipts
over Expen. for the
fiscal year to date-
General Fund
Cash in Bank July 1,
1927-General Fund
Cash in Bank June 30,
1928 - General Fund



Trust Fund Income
Bennett Bequest
  Crum Bequest
  Student Lo.:n Fund
  Student Notes Paid
       Total Receipts

Expenditures
  Expense
  Student Notes
       Tot3.1



2,289. 58
8 , 908. Si
11,198.39


   644.31
1023L32.00
10  976 3 L



20o00
25.00
71.73
501e57
l18. 30


47.00
850, 00
697,00



Excess of Receipts
  over Expenditures      222 08        (
Excess of Receipts
  over Expenditures
  for the fiscal year
  to date - Trust Fund
Cash in Bank July 1, 1927- Trust Fund
Cash in Bank June 30, 1928 - Trust Fund



134?873,96

(70,916, 21)

63. 957 75



     20.00
     25.00
 2,361, 31
 9,410.38
11,813.69


   391. 31
103982e00
11.673,31



143.38



143.38
1  152,22
1 $295.60



Current
Month



Fiscal
Year
_o D_-te




 







                                  40
Experiment Station Income
   Hatch - Federal Appropriation   15,000.00.
   Milk and Butter - Cash Re-
     ceipts                        13,986.14
   Beef Cattle Sales                5,349.33
   Dairy Cattle Sales                 857950
   Sheep Sales                      1,476939
   Swine Sales                      1,932.21
   Poultry Sales                    39284.35
   Farm Produce Sales               6,893.79
   Horticultural Sales                384.65
   Seed Test                          207.28
   Rentals                          3,312.39
   Miscellaneous                    3,197.08
   Fertilizer - Fees               479119.25
   Public Service Lab - State Appro.7,500.00
   Feeding Stuffs - Fees           60,490.96
   Adams - Federal Appropriation     15,000,00
   Serum - Sales                    6,349.16
     If - Virus Sales                 221.95
     n  - Supply Sales                280.45
     "  - Miscellaneous                92.83
   State Appropriation             30,553.92
   Creamery - License Fees          6,255.00
      Nt   - Testets Licenses       2,634.00
            - Glassware Tested        946.34
   Robinson   State Appropriation   9,168.96
   W. Ky. - State Appropriation     7,503.01
   Purnell - Federal Appropriation 40,000.00
   State Appro. - Patterson Farm
     Purchase                      10, 375.00
   Apiaary Inspection - State Appro.
   Nursery Inspection - State Appro.1,455.27
               nt n  - Fees         1,377.02
   Miscellaneous Funds               5,000.00
             Total.               309.224.23



Yxpenditures
   Expense
   Additions and Betterments
             Total
   Excess of Income over Expendi-
     tures
   Excess of Income over Expendi-
     tures for the fiscal year to
     date
   Cash in Bahk July 1, 1927 - Ex-
     periment Station
   Cash in Bank June 30, 1928 -
     Experiment Station



309,2749 98
16.745.62
326,.020-.60



1,418.29
2, 595.09
  176.00

  278.22
  257.28
    34. 30
    50.65

 2,165.67
    79.70
    912.50
10,500.00
3,582.50

   285.13
   13.70
   15.00
     7,87
19,446.08
   480,00
   929.50
   59957
15,831.04
23,476.99



15,000.00

15,404.43
82944.42
1,033, 50
1,470. 39
2,210,43
3,541. o3
6,928, 09
   435, "Y9
   207.e  
 5,478, J
 3 276. ;
 48,031. ;Th
 18,000.00G
 4,9073,4r
 15,000e00
 6,634.202
   235. 65
   295.4-5
   100.70
50 f 00 00
6,735(00
3,563.50
--.1 ,005e 91-
25,000e.00
31,000.00
40,000.00



           102375.00
    17 07      17. 07
1,044.73   2,500.00
            1,377.02
            5.000,00
83,656o88 392,881.11

38,412.94 347,687.92
1,282.,22 _18 0 2 7_. '-  


43 961.72  2 7, 165.5


           272165.05



31 $ 399,. _3




 







Previously
Reported



Extension Division Income
Federal Smith-Lever  152,24 1.30
Federal Supplementrry  45,100.93
  Statoe Smith-Lever
  County and Other       1,225.04
        Tota.l         198,567.27



ixpenditures
Expense               305,88
Excess of Expen.
   over Income         (107.a2
   Excess of Expen.
   over Income for the
   fiscal year to date-
   Extension Division
 Cash in Bank July 1, 1928-
   Extension Division
 Cash in Bank June 30, 1928 -
   Extension Division



51.78



142 , 241,30
     53. 50
142,294. 30


37,679. 70



152,241. 30
45,100.93
142,241.30
  1 27 854
340_,862.07


343,531 48

(2,669.41)



(2,669.41)

2,710.89

  _41.48



Summary
General Fund Income
Trust Fund Income
  Exp, Stat ion Income
  Exten, Div. Income
            Total



General Fund Expen.
Trust Fund Expen,
Exp, Sta. Expen.
Exten, Div. Expen.
          Total

Excess of Income
over Expenditures
Excess of Receipts
over Expen. for Gen.
Ledger Accounts

Student Loan Fund-
Notes
Accounts Receivable
for Current Year
Excess of Receipts
over Expenditures
for the fiscal year
to date - Combined
Fund



1, 261 ,493. 35
    2,289.58
  309t224.23
  198 .567. 27
12771,574".43



1,089,345.14
      644.31
  326,020.60
  305,851.78
1- 7 21 , 861. 83


   49 712.60



103,080.41 12364,573,76
    11.6.73    2,406,31
 83,656e88   392,881.11
 142,294,80 _340,862.07
 329,148c82 2,100, 723.25

 125,450.49 1,214,795.63
     47.00       691.31
 39,695,16   365,715.76
 37679.70    343,531.48
 202,.872,35 1,924 a 734,18


 126,276.47   175,989,07



2,647.50  5,294.63   7,942.13



(1,423.19)



  (148.43)   (18571.62)

( 22. 846. 30) ( 22.846. 30 )



50Q936.91  10856_37     159513._28



Current
Month



Fiscal
Year
To Date



B4.51) 104361.S.10




 







6. -



Excess of Receipts over
Expenditures for the
  fiscal year to date -
  Combined Fund
Cash in Bank and on hand
July 1, 1927 - Combined
Fund
Cash in Bank and on hand
June 30, 1928 - Combined
  Fund



159,Z13.28



(60 s818. 63i



98694. 65



Abstract of itein shown on Statermont of
Incorae and 7xnenditures as "Excess of
Receipts over Exxpenditures for General
Led-er Accounts    9



Dcbit.



Accounts Rcceivable



Credit

26, 0991 96



Insurance Pid in Advance

Sundry Accounts



30, 9741 e70



38, 915. ^3

30 ,974. 70
7 , 9 2-4 2. 1 3




 







    2. Retort of the Campus Book Store.   The report of the
Campus Book Storc was TreceivedTand ordered incorporated in
the minutes.




                  REPORT OF CAMPUS BOOK STORE
                         June 30, 1928



Inventory June 30, 1928

Net charges on Ledger
Bills Unpaid



'$37 ,461.26



Net Profit



$34,806.02
    400.00



35 206.02
8 2,255.24



Rent of Caps and Gowns
Profit shown by last report
Net profit on books and supplies
  from November 28, 1927, to
  June 30, 1928



LOSS BY FLOOD



Inventory June 30, 1928
Inventory July,    1928



$13)529e81



$37 ,461.26



Estimated value of damaged stock
       Loss by flood



2,000.00



15.529 81
$21,931,45



Post Office Box Account



Receipts from box rentals from
     January 2, 1926, to June 30,
     1928

Cost of post office boxes
Cost of post office trucks
Expense of installing boxes and
      refunds



$5,687.00



4 ,410.00
  527.00



483.17



D. H. Peak
Business Agent



J59420.17

$ 266.83



1,426.35
  540.60



288. 29



- I 1-9 966 . 95




 






8.



     3. Communication from Concrete Engineering Company,   A
communication of the Concreto Engineering Company, of Omaha,
Ncbraska, concerning account of 4p140.00 against J. F. Hardymon
and Company, was referred to Ski. J. Crutcher, Superintendent
of Buildings and Grounds, to take up the matter with Mr. Hardy-
mon.


     4. Renewal of Boiler Insurance Policy.   It was ordered
that boiler insurance policy be renewed to cover "explosions"
only, including inspection, it appearing that the premium
for such insurance for a period of three years is ?545.04,
whereas if "crackage of sections" should be included, the
premium would be t3122.04.   The action was taken after con-
suiting Superintendent Crutcher and due consideration of pos-
s ble -loss.


     5. Addition to Salary of D. H. Peak.   It was ordered on
motion and secondthathe amount of 237.50 be added to the
salary of DB H. Peak, Business Agent, and paid to him in
August, 1928, payment.   This represents the cost of his bond
for the year beginning August 7, 1928.


     B. Bills Presented and Allowed.    The following bills
were presented and allowed:

     Security Trust Company for rental due W. K. Patterson
on ground at Patterson Hall Annex from April 1, 1927, to
July 1, 1928, P 635. 0OO

     James M. White, consulting architect, working on campus
plans, expense to Lexington and per diem, May 13, 1928,
4150,82.

     Warner, McCornack and Mitchell, architects, for services
rendered on the School of Education building, 13304.80; one-
half of the amount to be certified to the State Auditor and
one-half to the General Education Board,


     7.. Contracts for Coal. It was ordered that the contracts
for coal and deliveries of coal from car to campus be incor-
porated in the minutes:




 






9.



                              July 24, 1928



Mr. D. H. Peak,
Business Agent,
University of Kentucky,
South Limestone,
Lexington, Ky.

Dear Sir:-

     In accordance with request, we are leased
to name you a price of sixty-five cents (65f)
per net ton of 2000 pounds on the hauling of
COAL reouired at the University of Kentucky, ap-
pioximately 2500 tons, during the period from this
time until the first of June, July or August --
your option -- 1929.

     This proposala which is made in duplicate,
when accepted by a duly authorized representative
of the University of Kentucky will constitute a
cont ract.

                           Yours truly,

                           FAYETTE COAL, GRAIN & FEED CO.

                               J. M. Outten
                               Sec ' y-Treas.

JMO: GLM




THE ABOVE PROPOSAL of the
Fayette Coal, Grain &
Feed Company is accepted by
the University of Kentucky
this the 24th day of July 1928.

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

BY: D. H. Peak
    Business Agent




 










                     CONTRACT

     THIS CONTRACT made and entered into this 1st
day of August 1928 'ay and between United Collieries,
of Cincinnati, Ohio, and the State Purchasing Com-
mission of the Commonwealth of Kentucky,

     WITNESSETH: United Collieries agrees to furnish
a supply of coal for the University of Kentucky, lo-
c^.ted at Lexington, Kentucky, as follows:

     SECTION 1. The term of this contract shall be
for a period from date of July 1, 1929e

     SECTION 2. This contract shall be understood
Do be a contract for fifty cars of coal for the year,
but the United Collieries specifically agrees that this
quantity may be increased or decreased to the extent
of twenty per cent per annum at the option of the
University of Kentucky, making the minimum number of
cars 40, and the maximum number of cars 60 for the
year, at the option of the University of Kentucky.

     SECTION 3.  Deliveries are to be made in approx-
imately the following monthly quantities, equal ship-
ments to be made each week during the month, subject,
however, to such instructions as may be given from
time to time by the Managing Officer of the University
of Kentucky, and subject to the twenty per cent varia-
tion in quantity referred to in Section 2 above:

     September....... 5 cars      January... 8 cars
     October......... 4 cars      February ... 9 cars
     November........ 5 cars      March ....... 9 cars
     December........ 8 cars      April.....,. 3 cars
                  May ..3 cars

     SECTION 4.   This contract shall be understood
to be a contract for run of mine coal, but the Uni-
versity reserves the right to call for one oar (1)
of lump coal during the year,    The lump coal is only
to be shipped at the direction of the University of
Kentucky, however, and not at the option of the United
Collieries.



10 e




 











     SECTION 5,   Run of mine coal referred to in
this contract is defined as such coal as wekill pDass
through a 6" circular screen.

     SECTION 6.   The United Collieries agrees to
furnish run of mine coal to the University, at a price
of A1.30 per ton f.o.b. mine, and lump coal at a price
of ,51l95 rer ton, f.o~b. mine, under the terms of this
contract.e

     SECTION 7.   The coal to be delivered under the
terms of this contract is to be from Half Mountain
mines at Carver, Kentucky, and no coal is to be de-
livered from any other mines except with the written
consent of the State Purchasing Commission.    It is
understood that the legal freight rate from shipping
point to Lexington, Kentucky, is $1.62 per ton, but
the United Collieries does not guarantee the freight
rate for the life of this contract.

     SECTION 8,   This contract shall not be assigned.
Or sublet by the United Collieries except with the
written consent of the State Purchasing Commission,
and in no case shall such consent to olievc the
United Collieries from any of the obligations, terms
or conditions of this contracts

     SECTION 9,   It is understood that the price
named in this contract is based on the scale of
minerst wages being paid by the United Collieries
at the time of awarding this contract, and should
this factor change during the life of this contract,
the prices named in this contract will be considered
to be reduced or increased to the exact extent that
the cost of production is affected thereby in the
mines supplying the coal under the terms of this
contract.

     SECTION 10. Payment for all coal under the
terms of this contract shall be made by the 15th of
the month following date of shipment.   It is under-
stood that payment may be made, at the option of the
State, in warrants of the Commonwealth of Kentucky,
bearing interest at the rate of five per cent per
annum,




 







                         12.
     SECTION 11.  It is understood that no liabil-
ity is to be attached to the United Collieries for
failure to deliver coal when such failure is due to
strikes, eloods, or other agencies not within its
control.

     SECTION 12.   The United Collieries states that
the following is an analysis of a fair average sainple
of run of mine coal to be delivered under the terms of
this contract, and it is understood that this analysis
shall be regarded as a standard basis of the run of
mine coal to be furnished by the United Collieries
under the terms of-this contract.

         Moisture ........... 1.76 per cent
         Ash..                    B. tl It
         Sulphur.          ...... 1 e85  " t
         B.T.U..                 13,500

It is hereby specified that the run of mine coal to be
furnished under this contract shall conform to the
foregoing standard basis, and in the event of variation
in any shipment of three per cent more moisture; or
three per cent more ash; or one per cent more sulphur
or three per cent fewer B.T.U.ts than specified, the
University of Kentucky and the State Purchasing Com-
mission shall have the right, at their option, to:

     (1) Reject the shipment, upon proper notice to
the United Collieries and puTchase coal to substitute
for the rejected shipment upon the open market; any
excess in the price of coal on the open market over
the contract price to be borne by the United Collieries.
Further, in the event of rejection of any shipment,
the United Colleries agrees to bear all freight and
demurrage charges, if any, on the shipment, or:

     (2) Adjust the prices on the coal on the follow-
ing basis:

     A reduction of 1 cent per ton for each one
     per cent of ash in addition to the guaranteed
     per cent as shown by the analysis.

     A reduction of 5 cents per ton for each one
     per cent of Sulphur in addition to the guaran-
     teed per cent as whown by the analysis.




 








13.



     A reduction of 1 cent per ton for each
     one per cent of B.T.U.1s fewer than speci-
     fied under the analysis.

     The rejection ol coal under the teyrms of this con-
tract, as provided in paragraph 1 above, or the impoo-
sition of the penalties urovided for in paragraph 2
above, shall not be sufficient reason to cancel the
contract unless the State Purchasing Commission so
elects,

      SECTIO1T 13. The United Collieries agrees to
execute bond in the sum of $5.,000 with a solvent and
recognized surety company as surety, guaranteeing
faithful performance of the terms of this contract.
Said bond to be sufficient for the purpose of this
contract, shall be approved by the State Purchasing
Commiss ion.

                              UNITED COLLIERIES

                         By

Dated at Frankfort, Kentucky,
Aug.ust 1, 1928,

                              STATE PURCHASING COMISSION.

                         By
                                Chairman

Attest:



Secretary




 






14.



     8. Report of the Registrar.   The inual report of
the Registrar, tB. L. Gillis, was presented to the Committee,
and it was ordered that the following excerpt be incorporated
in the Minutes:


              Distribution of Degrees by Colleges


     Since the organization of the University, 4414 degrees
have been conferred, as follows: Arts and Sciences, 1896;
Normal College, 32; Agriculture, 602; Engineering, 1166;
Law, 361; Education, 293; Commerce, 64.    Sixty-one per cent
of the alumni received their degrees under President MoVey's
administration,

                           Enrolment

     The enrolment for the year ending June, 1928, was 5208;
3705 were enrolled for college work in residence.


Distribution by Semesters

     First semester, 2439; Second semester, 2329; First term
of the 1927 summer session, 1104; Second term of summer session,
571; excluding duplicrtes, 1332 were enroled in the summer
session.   459 students remained for both terms of .the  sum-
mer session; 427 students enroled for at least one term of
the summer session and the regular session; 144 students at-
tended both terms of the summer session and both semesters.
1331 non-resident students, excluding duplicates, were en-
roled in extension and correspondence courses -- 1012 in
extension courses and 550 in correspondence work.

     Graduate School. 464 graduate students were enroled
during the year, admitted from 69 institutions, representing
28 states.


Geographical Distribution. (The following figures are based
on the enrolment for the regular session).

     2508 students from Kentucky represent 113 counties. The
following counties are not represented: Butler, Clinton, Ed-
monson, Green, Jackson, Menefee, Owsley.




 







                               15.

     Fayette County has the largest representation, with 792.
The next county in point of attendance is Jefferson, with 116.

     Including Kentucky, 28 states and two foreign countries,
Mexico and Bulgaria, are represented in the enrolment.


     9. Architect's Plans.   Action on architect's plans for
the Dairy Building was deferred until the next meeting.

     Plans for the School of Education building are being re-
vised and will be presented at next meeting.   Plans for one
dormitory as revised and for the other to be revised with the
elimination of community room were annroved, but final acceptance
was deferred until next meeting.


     10. Cafeteria Eauipment. The recommendations of Miss
Kohl as to addenda to contract with Burton Range Company
for cafeteria equipment were approved, the additions to be
as follows:


                                 July 9, 1928


     President Frank L. McVey
     University of Kentucky

     Dear President McVey:

     Our specifications on which the Cafeteria Kitchen
     Equipment was let on April 17, 1928, include the
     following addenda to the Burton specifications of
     February 3, 1928:

          Item 4 -- Six monel baskets instead of four gal-
                    vanized and two monel metal baskets.
          Item 20 -- Keys and locks furnished.
          Item 23 -- Omitted.
          Item 27 -- Water pan of 32 oz. copper, tin lined.
          Item 29 -- Triculator furnished.
          Items 20 & 32 -a To have two layers of 14" sheet
                     cork, break joints insulation instead
                     of rock wool.




 





16.



    Remarks: The change made in the Burton addenda of
    June 22 on items 20 and 23 insulation is O.K.    The
    above specifications on items 4, 20 and 27 should be
    in the contract.

    In other words, I recommend to accept the Burton
    s-ecifications of February 3 and tihe addenda. of
    June 22.   However, it should include the specification
    mentioned above.   I also r ecommend accepting their
    contract for electric wiring with pilot lights.

    Very truly,

    Lilly Kohl
    pirector of Cafeteria.


    11. Heating Plans for McVeZ and Kastle Halls.   Superin-
tendent Mi. J. Crutcher was authorized to proceed with plans
as laid out in a letter to President McVey, dated July 3,
1928, to heat McVey Hall and Kastle Hall, thle cost of the
completed work not to exceed $4130.OO.


     12. Rental of Waddy Property.    It appearing thit the
University was left a certain bequest for scholarship to 'be
known as the Anne Elizabeth Waddy Alpha Xi Delta Sorority
Scholarship by Dr. R. V. Waddy, to be available after the
death of his widow, and it further appearing that certain real
estate on West Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky, formerly
occupied by the Earch Store, belongs to the Waddy Estate
and can not be rented without the consent of the University
of Kentucky; therefore, be it resolved that the proper
officer of the University be authorized to sign such document
as will make it possible to rent the property.

     In answer to President McVey's letter, Mr. Clinton M.
Harbison made statement as follows:

          I thank you very heartily for your letter
     of yesterday advising me of the action taken by
     the Executive Committee of the University rela-
     tive to the Waddy property on West Main Street.
     And I am sure Mrs, Waddy will be grateful for the
     generous attitude of the Committee.

     13. Appointments and Resignations. The following list
of appointments and resignations wrs   presented by President
McVey and on motion duly seconded, approved as presented:




 






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                          Appointments

     Albert Pearce, research fellowship, for the year 1928-
1929, paying $600.

     G. W. Patton, research fellowship, for the year 1928-
1929, paying $600.

     James Walters, assistant in the Department of Agronomy,
effective August 1, 1928, to July 1, 1929, at a salary of
7150 per month.

     A. H. Larson, fellowship in the office of the Registrar,
for the year 1928-1929.

     Miss Nina Irene Miller, associate professor of Home Econ-
omics Education, at a salary of $3,000, on a ten-months basis.

     Don Graham, assistant football coach for football season
only, at a salary of $1000.




                        Resignations
     James Boswell, appointed graduate assistant in mathemat-
ics for 1928-1929, effective immediately.

     Dr. J. E. Rush, head of the Department of Hygiene, ten-
dered July 16, 1928, to take effect-September 1, 1928.



     A. E. Biggee, withdraws request for leave without pay
for the year 1928-1929, which was granted by the Executive
Comimittee on June 23.

    Mrs. Alberta Wilson Server, granted leave of absence
for year 1928-1929.

                            Respectfully submitted,

                                  D. H. Peak, Acting Secretary
                                        Board of Trustees