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Minutes of the University FacultyJ Max A1, 1252

The University Faculty met in regular session in the Assembly Room of Lafferty
Hath Monday, May 13, 1957. In the absence of President Dickey and Vice President
Mmmberlein, Dean Mills presided. Members absent were Staley F. Adams. John U.

BaIL Brinkley Barnett, Howard We Beers, 8. J. Brown, Dana G. Cara, C. C. Carpenter‘.
W°IL Carter‘, L‘ M‘ Chamberlain‘, L° W. Cochran, C. 5. Crouse‘, Frank G. Dickey'.
J°C° Eaves” H' A' E1115° 0' W' Gard" W- P- Garrigus. Lyman V. Ginger, w. n. Grubbs.
Emrah B. Holmes, Harald Jensen,.A. D. Kirwan, C. T. Lesshafft, L. Lo Martin‘, Paul
Oberst, Frank D. Peterson, 0. Leonard Press, Helen M. Reed, Dwight M. Seath, Thomas
B.Stroup. D. V. Terrell, Lawrence Thompson, L. H. Townsend, Frank J. Welch and
William R. Willard.

The minutes of April 8, 1957 were read and approved.

Ur. Steele read a resolution on the death of 1”I'ofc‘esa-zor Edwin S. Good. The
mfiversity Faculty approved a motion that the resolution be incorporated in the
mhmtes of the Faculty and that caries be sent to members of Professor Good‘s

A Tribute to the Late ProfesSor Edwin Stanton Good

Professor Edwin Stanton Good was called to his reward on April 15, 1957
at the age of eightyasix years. He was born on March 16, 1671 at Clarence
Center, New York: he grew to young manhood in Michigan. He received the
lhchelor's degree from Michigan State Agricultural College in 1903, and was
awarded the Master's degree by the University of Illinois in 1906. He
served as Secretary to the President of the Michigan State Agricultural
College 159761599. He was an Instructor and Investigator in Animal
Husbandry, University of Illinois 1903—1906. He joined the Animnl Husbandry
staff at the University of Kentucky in lamb and was identified with Resident
Teaching, the Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural Extension.

He was Head of Animal Husbandry and Chairman of the Animal Industry group.

He relinquished his administrative duties in 1941 with the change in Work
Status. but he continued to render valuable service in Extension and Resident

Professor Good was a man of scholarly interests and he established
an enviable reputation in both teaching and research. Perhaps, his greatest
scientific contribution was the isolation of and the preparation of a vac-
cine agninst a bacillus causing abortion in mares. He made other contribu«
tions in the field of Animal Nutrition. High professional recognition came
to Professor Good in 1940 when the American Society of Animal Production
hung his portrait in the Gallery of the Saddle and Sirloin Club in Chicago.

Professor Good travelled in Europe in 1905 during WhiCh time he
studied livestock conditions in England, SCOtland’ Holland. France. and
Belgium. He served as a member of the Kentucky Livestock Sanitary Board.
He was a charter member of the American Society of Animal Production and
also of the Association of Southern Agriculturel Workers. Other PTOfeS"
sional memberships included American Association for the Advancement of
Science, American Association of University Professors. Kentucky Academy
of Science, Research Club, Alpha Zeta and Sigma Xi. He was a member of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Kiwanis Club and the Second Presbyterian Church °f
which he was an Elder.

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He married Miss Louise A. Millikin on June 24, 1908;
him inxkath some four years ago.

The long and distinguished professional career of the late Professor
Good was consistent with the highest academic traditions.
endowed mind, high professional ideals, good judgment and true gentility
endeared him to students, faculty and others privileged to know him.

graduate credit;

Minutes 2: the University Faculty, May l1, 12§Z

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Dean Slone announced that there would be a brief cornerstonealaying at the
new College of Pharmacy building on Friday afternoon, May 17, at 2:00 p.m., and
an invitation to attend was extended to the Faculty members.

Dean Spivey presented a recommendation from the Graduate Council for approvfi
of graduate credit for two courses previously approved by the Faculty for undam
also a recommendation for revision of Education 116 in titleam

These three recommendations were approved by the Faculty.


Economics 150.

Economics 186.

The Graduate Council recommends approval of graduate credit
for the following courses, previously approved by the University Faculty
for undergraduate credit.

Advanced Business and Economic Statistics (
Advanced time series analysis, multiple and

partial correlation.
variance and experimental design.
Economics 107, Statistical Method, or Consent of


Economic Research (3)
The sources, uses and application of statisti-

elementary analysis of

cal information to the analysis of economic



Friday evening, May 10.

Dr. Sears at $1.75 each.

Economics 52 and

The Graduate Council recommends revision of Education 116
as expanded in title and raised 1 hour in total credit.

Change Education 116 (3 credits), Problems of the Coordinator

in Distributive Education. to Education 116a, b (2 credits each).
Problems of the Coordinator in Industrial and Distributive

Richard Lehman, President of the Student Government Association, presented
to the Faculty the new President for the 1957958 year, Mr. David Ravenorafto
Mr. Ravencraft expressed his appreciation of the privilege to work with the
Faculty and a warm welcome was extended to him by Dean Mills.

Dr. Scherago announced that an error had been made in the Staff Bulletinwhich
listed the Sigma Xi dinner for
for Friday evening, May 17, in the Bluegrass Room of the Student Union Buildind
Dr. E. V. Cowdry will speak on "New lpproaches to the Study of Malignant Tumor§'
and tickets are available from

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Minutes 9: the University Faculty, May $1, 1952

The presiding officer stated that the sheet entitled "Calendar of Important
Cmmwncement Dates", which had been circularized by the Registrar's Office, stated
tmfi the University Faculty would meet on Thursday, May 23, at 9:00 a.m. for the
mmpose of approving degree candidates for recommendation to the Board of Trustees;
hMWVer, it had been found that there is a conflict in the use of the Assembly Room
atthat hour and that a written notice would be sent to the Faculty of change in
um hour to 3:00 p.m.. May 23.

A brief discussion was held as to whether May 27, Commencement Day, was a
hofiday. Dr. Mills stated that a notice would be circularized to all members of
thefaculty prior to Commencement Day clarifying this question.

Meeting adjourned.

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Maple Moores
Acting Secretary