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        Minutes of the Meeting of the ExecuT ve Committee of the Board of
Trustees of the University of Kentucky, Friday. February 19, 1965. Board
Room, Administration Building.

        The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky met in regular session in the Board Room of the Administration
Building on the University campus at 1 :30 p. m. Eastern Standard Time, on
Friday, February 19, 1965. with the following members present, Dr. Ralph
J. Angelucci, Chairman. Judge James A. Sutherland. Secretary., Mr. Robert
Hillenmeyer, and Dr. Hershell B. Murray. Mr. Smith Broadbent was un-
able to be present. Representing the administration were President John W.
Oswald and Vice Presidents A.D. Albright. Robert F Kerley, and Robert L.
Johnson. Members of the press were also present.



        A. Meeting Opened

        Dr. Ralph Angelucci, Chairman. called the meeting to order at
145 p.m. The invocation was pronounced by Judge J. A Sutherla'd, The
roll was called by the secretary who indicated that a quorum was present.
The chairman then declared the session open for the conduct of business.



        B. Minutes Approved

        Dr. Angelucci entertained a motion by Mr. Hillenmeyer, secontded
by Dr. Murray, that the reading of the Minutes of the Recessed Meeting of
the Board of Trustees on January 15. 1965, be dispensed with and that the
Minutes be approved as published. There being no objection, it was so
orde red.



        C. President's Report to the Trustees

        Attention was called t ) the President's Report f .r February 19, 1965,
copies of which were made available to all persons present. Dr. Oswald
comnmiented briefly on the items contained therein.

        Following the President's presentation. Dr, Angelucci praised the
overall excellence of the report and c Dn-imented briefly on one particular item
in it which had to do with the Centennial Press Previewv Dinner held on Febru-
ary 5, noting that this had been an outstanding occasil..n and marked an aus-
picious beginning for the Centennial events to followv

        The President' s Report for February 19, 1965, was accepted as
presented.




 







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         D. Presentation of the "Blue Report"

         Copies of the "Blue Report", which contain important but routine
matters of business, are mailed to members of the Board in advance of each
meeting, thereby giving them an opportunity to study each item prior to
taking action.

         Therefore, being familiar with the items contained in the report, on
motion by Judge Sutherland, seconded by Mr. Hillenmeyer, and without ob-
jection the "Blue Report" for February 19, 1965 was approved as a whole and
the report was ordered made a part of the Minutes of the meeting. (See PR 2
at end of Minutes)


        E. Supplemental Recommendations of the President

        The Supplemental Recommendations of the President are also con-
cerned with important but routine items of business but are received in the
President's Cffice too late for inclusion in the "Blue Report".

        The Executive Committee after consideration of each item and
noting a correction in Item V relative to the Deed of Conveyance to the Board
of Education of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, which changed the acreage involved
from two acres to five acres, approved all items contained in the report and
ordered it made a part of the Minutes of the meeting. (See PR 3 at end of
Minutes)


        F. Amendments to Parking Regulations Adopted

        Mr. Robert Kerley indicated that the present University of Kentucky
Motor Vehicle, Traffic and Parking Regulations, which were adopted by the
Board of Trustees on February 21, 1964, did not make provision for appeal
of parking violations nor did they provide a method of collecting parking vio-
lation charges from faculty and staff who do not participate in the paid-
parking program. The adoption of the two proposed amendments Section VII,
Appeal of Parking Violation, and Section VIII, Faculty and Staff Non-Permit
Holders, would serve to remedy these omissions,

        On motion by Mr. Hillenmeyer, seconded by Judge Sutherland, and
without dissent the two amendments, Section VII and Section VIII, were ap-
proved and ordered made a part of the University of Kentucky Motor Vehicle,
Traffic and Parking Regulations as adopted February 21, 1964. (See PR 4 at
end of Minutes)




 







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        G. 4-H Club Camp. Shell Rock School, Carter County

        Copies of PR 5 were made available to members of the Executive
Committee and the members of the press. Vice President Kerley indicated
that the acquisition of the Shell Rock School and adjacent land in Carter
County was in the best interests of the University and would provide a
desirable site for a 4-H Club Camp, which is badly needed in Northeastern
Kentucky. Attention was called to an error in the background statement and
the secretary vwas ordered to change the first sentence so that it would read
as follows: "This property may be available to the University, by transfer
or lease from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. as a result of the Grayson
Reservoir being developed on the Little Sandy River in Grayson., Carter
County, Kentucky."

        With this correction, on motion by Dr. Murray, seconded by Judge
Sutherland, and without objection, the President was authorized to negotiate
with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for acquisition or lease to the Uni-
versity of the Shell Rock School and adjacent land in Carter County as a site
for a 4-H Club Camp to serve the counties of Northeastern Kentucky. (See
PR 5 at end of Minutes)



        H. The Centennial Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws Authorized
for the President of the United States

        The President of the United States will honor the University of
Kentucky and the Commonwealth with his presence at the Founders Day Cen-
tennial Convocation on Monday. February 22. 1965, at which time he will be
the principal speaker. Dr. Osw ald then indicated his pleasure in recommend-
ing to the Board of Trustees that on the occasion of President Johnson's visit
The Centennial Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws be conferred upon him.
He further indicated that this would be the only degree so designated and that
the recommendation was made with the concurrence of the Graduate Faculty
and the University Faculty. Members of the Board of Trustees were inform-
ed earlier of this recommendation to be presented to the Executive Committee
for action and had authorized the Executive Committee to act on behalf of the
Board in this matter.

        On motion duly made. seconded. and carried, The Centennial Honor-
ary Degree of Doctor of Laws was authorized and the Honorable Lyndon Baines
Johnson, 36th President of the United States, was named the sole recipient of
this degree.



        I. Adjournment



Dr. Angelucci having determined there was no further business to




 






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come before the meeting, entertained a motion for adjournment at 2:15 p. m.

                                  Respectfully submitted,



                                  James A. Sutherland
                                  Secretary






  (Attachments PR 2, PR 3, PR 4, and PR 5 which follow are an of-
  ficial part of the Minutes of the February 19, 1965 Meeting of the
  Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees.)




 



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                                                     Office of the President
                                                     February 19, 1965




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Members, Executive Committee, Board of Trustees:

                     RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT

I.   Contracts and/or Agreements

     1. Memorandum of Agreement with St. Charles Nursing Home, Covington

          Recommendation: that Memorandum of Agreement, dated as of December 8,
          1964, between the University of Kentucky and St. Charles Nursing Home
          located at Covington, Kentucky, whereby the nursing home makes available
          its clinical and nurse-training facilities to students of nursing enrolled at
          the Covington Community College in consideration of the services perform-
          ed in the nursing home by such students, be approved and that the appro-
          priate officers of the University be authorized to execute the Memorandum
          of Agreement.

          Background: This agreement, which imposes no financial obligation on
          either the University or the nursing home, has the written approval of
          Dean Marcia A. Dake, of the University's College of Nursing, and of Dr.
          Ellis F. Hartford, Dean of the Community College System, and it is
          similar to such agreements the University has with several hospitals in
          Keiitucky. Provision is made in the agreement for an annual review of its
          terms and for cancellation by either party upon giving four months notice
          in writing to the other party.

II.  Consultative Services Approved

     Recommendation: that the President's report on consultative services approved
     be accepted as presented.

     Background: Approval has been given for the persons listed below to perform
     the consultative services indicated with the usual understanding that such ser-
     vices will in no way interfere with the performance of regularly scheduled
     University duties.

         Drs. Lawrence X. Tarpey, Associate Professor, College of Commerce,
         Eugene Evans, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, and
         John Douglas, Associate Professor, College of Commerce, to serve as
         consultants to the Veterans Administration Hospital, Lexington.

         .Dr. Lawrence X. Tarpey, Associate Professor, College of Commerce, to
         accept a grant under the Faculty Salary Supplementation section of the Gulf
         Aid to Education Program, for a two month assignment with the Domestic
         Marketing Department of Gulf Oil Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia.




 







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        -IDr. Hans Gesund, Associate Professor of Structural Engineering, to
        serve on the Board of Consultants to) the U. S. Army Waterways Experi-
        ment, Concrete Division, Jackson, Mississippi.

III.  Graduate Faculty Appointments

     Recommendation: that approval be given to the following persons for member-
     ship in the Graduate Faculty.

     Background: The persons whose names appear below have been approved by
     the area committees and the Board of Trustees and are now eligible for mem-
     bership in the Graduate Faculty.

         Robert M. Drake, Jr. - Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
         Lee W. Gildart - Associate Professor of Physics
         Henry R. Hirsch - Assi stant Professor of Physiology and Biophysics
         Blaine F. Parker  Professor and Chairman, Department of Agricultural
             Enginee ring

IV.  Approval of Degrees for College of Law Candidates

     Recommendation: that approval be given to the list of candidates for the LL. B.
     degree as listed below and that the President of the University be authorized
     and directed to confer upon each the degree to which he is entitled at the next
     commencement exercises.

     Background: Because of the time required to grade their final examinations,
     it was not possible to submit grades by January 4 for 18 College of Law
     seniors who completed requirements for the LL. B. degree in December.
     Thus the list of degrees approved at the January meeting of the Board of Trustees
     does not include these candidates. The University Faculty approved these
     persons at a meeting on February 8, 1965, upon certification from the Regis-
     trar of the University that all had completed the requirements for the degree
     recommended.

         Tommy Wayne Chandler, Dixon
         Ralph Lovell Collins, Lexington
         Wilbur Earl Dean, Jr. , Harrodsburg
         Paul Edward Fagan, Richmond
         C. Thomas Greene, Lexington
         Marvin Lee Henderson, Lexington
         Carol Winfield Johnson, Kirkmansville
         Sidney Clay Kinkead, Jr., Lexington
         Paul Liston Madden, Lexington
         William Chenault Morton, Princeton
         Luther Nilson Norene, Pleasure Ridge Park
         Charles Lovell Quindry, Lexington
         Frederick Erwin Rosenberg, Frankfort
         Shelton Marshall Saufley, )'"I, Richmond
         Willairn Lee Marsha'l, Lexington




 








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         Elias Henry Tingle, Jr. , Frank-ford, Delaware
         Paul Kendall Turner, Dawson Springs
         Eberhard Frederick Zopp, Lexington

V.   Injuries Report (See Attachment 1)

     Recommendation: that authorization be given to pay the charges for treat-
     ment of on-the-job injuries to employees of the University as shown on the
     attached listing, with the usual understanding that the University does not ad-
     mit negligence ncr set a precedent by favorable action on these claims.

     Background: The attached report covers injuries to 20 persons. For 15 of
     these treatment was given at the University Hospital] Outside services were
     involved in 8 cases. The total charges to be paid by the University amount to
     $347. 38.

VI.  Appointments and Other Staff Changes (See Attachment 2)

     Recommendation: that approval be given to the appointments and/or other
     changes which require Board action and that the President's report relative
     to appointments and/or changes already approved by the administration be
     accepted.

     Background: Approval of the Board of Trustees is required for all appointments
     to positions with the rank of Associate Professor and above, to promotions, and
     to the granting of tenure, and to salary changes above $12, 000 for non-academic
     personnel and $15, 000 for academic personnel. All other appointments and/or
     changes may be made by the President and reported to the Board.

     Gliven below are the personnel changes since the last meeting of the Board of
     Trustees which either require action or which have already been acted upon by
     the President and are being reported:

     Board Action Reauired

     New Appoirtments

     Edward Engel, Assoc-ate Professor, Department of Psychology, College of
         Arts and Sciences

     Temporary Appointrnents to Administrative Positions

     Howard L. Bost, Assistant Vice President, Medical Center, to Acting Vice
         President, Medical Center, January 14, 1965 to April 1, 1965

     Thomas F. Whayne, Assistant Dean and Assistant Vice President, Medical
         Center,, to  Acting Dean, College of Medicine, January 14, 1965 to
         April 1, 1965




 







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     Leaves of Absence

     William R. Willard, Vice President and Dean, Medical Center, leave with
         pay from January 14, 1965 through March 31, 1965

     Ernest McDan:.eZ, Professor, College of Medicine, Sabbatic leave for aca-
         demic year 1965-66

     Douglas Schwartz, Professor, Department of Anthropology, College of Arts
         and Sciences, sabbatic leave for academic year 1965-66. (Sabbatic leave
         which was granted for 1965-64 but not taken because of additional duties
         on campus assigned to him by the President should be cancelled.)

     President!s Report

     New Appoi'ntments

     William R. Proffit, Assistant Professor and Cha'rman, Department of
         Orthodontics, College of Dentistry

     Burt E. Coody. Assistant Extension Professor, Agricultural Extension

     Change in Duties

     David K. Blythe, Chairman, Department of Civil Engineering and Acting Chair-
         man, Department of Engineering Mechanics, College of Engineering, relin-
         quishing duties as Acting Qhairman, Department 6f Ehgineering Mechanics

     Staley F. Adams, Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Mechanics,
         College of Eng-ineering, assuming duties as Acting Chairman of Department
         of Engineering Mecharn.cs

V !I. Gifts

     Recommendatior: that the gifts and/or grants listed below be ordered accepted
     and proper letters of appreciation sent to the donors.

     Background: The names of donors, the amounts given, and the purposes for
     which the money is to be used are given below:

     Donor                           Amount                 Purpose

     Woodrow Wilson Foundation        2, 000. 00  Subvention to Graduate School
     Mead Corporation Foundation        250. 00  Scholarship in Engineering
     Foundry Education- Foundation   1, 000. 00  Scholarships in Engineering
     Women's Club of U. K.               20. 00   Frances Jewell McVey Scholar-
                                                      ship Fund
     Ashlard Oii & Refini.ng Company   100.00    For purchase of "Petroleum
                                                      Abstracts




 







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H. W. Wilson Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Louis deCognets
Mr. Willis W. Reeves
Mobil Chemical Company
Dow Chemical Company
Field Packing Company
Smith Kline & French Labor-
  atories
Mr. Charles Landrum

Mr. W. K. Clore
Kentucky Utilities Company
Kentuckiana Bureau for Lathing
  & Plastering
Mr. D. K. Albright



Mr.
Mr.
Mr.
Mr.



John A. Rassenfoss
J. J. Pollitte
Robert McDowell
James A. Clutts



1, 000.00
   25. 00
1, 000. 00
  500. 00
3, 000.00
  500. 00



Library Science Scholarship
H. L. Donovan Scholarship Fund
Scholarship Fund, Medical Center
Research grant
Research grant
Research Assistantships



2, 000. 00  Research grant
  500. 00  Unrestricted gift to College of
                Law
    5. 00  Endowment Fund gift
  250. 00   Scholarship in Engineering

  800. 00   Architectural Scholar ship
  100.00   A. L. Chambers Graduate Loan
               Fund



  100.00
  200. 00
1, 000.00
  100. 00



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$ 14, 450. 00



Mr. Philip D. Sang - 225 shares of Spiegel, Inc. (value $6,434. 01) to Univer-
    sity Library
Dr. R. D. McIntyre - 249 books from personal library to University Library
Miss Ruth M. Guenther - Collection of fashion books and American Fabrics
    (value approximately $200) to University Library
Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Blazer - 80 shares of Ashland Oil & Refining Company
    for Stuart Blazer Foundation




 








INJURIES REPORT (All charges made by University Hospital
                  unless otherwise indicated)


 I. AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

 1. Williams1, Sherman   Agricultural Science Building, Janitor
     Date of accident May 14, 1964,
     Piece of lumber fell, striking employee in head.                             $ 4.50
     (Approval given at Executive Committee meeting of January 15, 1965
     to pay charge of $11.80 in connection with this accident, This
     additional charge of $4.50 received at later date.)

 2,  Smith, Coleman R. Jr.   Agricultural Engineering, Farm Laborer
     Date of accident July 7, 1964.
     Employee was scratched by wire and cut by unknown object. Tetanus
     shot required,

     Dr. J. B. Sears, Lexington, Kentucky                                         $  3.00
     (This has been paid, and Mr. Smith is requesting reimbursement.)

 3.  Corman, Mrs. Susann - Duplicating Room, Machine Operator
     Date of accident July 7, 1964,
     Caught hand in cylinders of offset machine,                                  $  8.00

     Hubbard & Curry, Inc., Lexington, Kentucky                                   $  1.81
     (This charge has been paid by Mrs. Corman, Reimbursement is requested.)

 4,  Meece, Lester   Agricultural Services Dept., Carpenter
     Date of accident November 5, 19640
     Scratch received while performing duties became infected,                    $ 40.22

 5.  Burman, Bernard C,   Dairy Science, Plant Foreman
     Date of accident November 27, 1964,
     Milk can fell from storage rack on foot, breaking great toe of
     left foot,                                                                   $ 15,50

 6. Shoemaker, Carl Lo    Horticulture, Farm Hand
     Date of accident December 18, 1964,
     Treated for muscle strain which resulted from working in cramped
     quarters in greenhouse area,                                                 $ 18.37

 7,  Zent, Walter   Veterinary Science, Assistant Veterinarian
     Date of accident December 29, 1964,
     Cut finger performing autopsy on horse,                                       $ 13.76

IIo  AUDIO VISUAL SERVICES

1, Flewelling, Mrs. Anna G.    Film Technician
     Date of accident December 21, 1964,
     Mashed right forearm between film cart and cabinet,

     Dr. W. L. Heizer, Jr-, Lexington, Kentucky                                    $ 30.00




 








III. FOOD SERVICES

  H. Hughes, Carrie - Student Center Cafeteria, Counter Worker
     Date of accident April 20, 1964.
     Stumbled and fell while working behind counter.                            $ 10.00

 2. Jankowski, John - Food Storage, Meat Cutter
     Date of accident October 21, 1964.
     Cut end off thumb while dicing meat.                                       $ 9.50

     Date of accident November 18, 1964.
     Sliced end off thumb on power saw while cutting pork chops.                 $ 21.32

 3. Warden, Anna - Donovan Hall Cafeteria, Counter Worker
     Date of accident November 16, 1964.
     Stuck knife point in palm of left hand.                                     $ 8.30

 4. Fritts, Mossie Lee - Student Center Cafeteria, Counter Worker
     Date of accident November 23, 1.964.
     Cut finger on chopper.                                                      $   .80

             University Hospital billing        $ 55.30
             Paid by insurance policy             54.50
                      Balance due               $   .80

 5. Thurman, Harrison - Student Center Cafeteria, Porter
     Date of accident December 29, 1964.
     While cleaning windows, cut finger on left hand. Three stitches
     required to close wound.

     Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky                                $ 10.00

IVY MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS

1.  Bradley, Henry - Paint Shop, Painter
     Date of accident August 26, 1964.
     Fell 9 ft. to ground from walk board.                                       $ 4.50

             University Hospital billing        $ 39.50
             Paid by insurance policy             35.00
                      Balance due               $ 4.50

 2 Laws, A. D. - Electric Shop, Helper
     Date of accident November 13, 1964.
     While drilling, foreign body became deeply imbedded in cornea of
     left eye.

     Dr. Dan Munnell, Richmond, Kentucky                                          $ 13.00

 3.  Benton, Moulton - Service, Janitor
     Date of accident December 10, 1964.
     Can of snow spray exploded in face, breaking nose, glasses, and
     causing several cuts around nose and eyes.                                   $ 22.00



Dr. John J. Jackson, Jr., Lexington, Kentucky



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4.  Teater, Bernard P.   Tin Shop, Tinsmith
     Date of accident December 14, 1964.
     While working with roofing material, metal dust got in left eye.            $  9.00

 5. Tanner, Albert - Service, Janitor
     Date of accident December 16, 1964.
     Caught finger in garage door at Maxwell Place. Compound fracture
     of fourth finger on left hand.                                              $  8.00

     Dr. Thomas D. Yocum, Lexington, Kentucky                                    $ 22.00

 V. MEDICAL CENTER

 41.  Crutchfield, Gene  OB-GYN, Techhician
     Date of accident December 9, 1964,
     Dropped surgical scalpel on foot,                                           $  8.30

VI. RADIO-TV-FILM

1. Bacon, Philip S. - Cameraman
     Date of accident December 7, 1964.
     Dropped tripod on foot while unloading equipment to film basketball
     practice.

     Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky                                $ 13.50



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                                                      Office of the President
                                                      February 19, 1965




 Members, Executive Committee, Board of Trustees:

           SUPPLEMENTAL RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT

 I. Financial Report (See Attachment 1)

     Recommendation: that the financial report covering the seven month period end-
     ing January 31, 1965, be made a part of the record of the February 19, 1965,
     meeting of the Board of Trustees.

     Background: The letter of transmittal from Mr. Robert F. Kerley is self-explana-
     tory and indicates that the University is operating on a sound financial basis.

II.  Consultative Services Approved

     Recommendation: that the President's report on consultative services approved
     be accepted as presented.

     Background: Approval has been given for the person listed below to perform the
     consultative service indicated with the usual understanding that such services
     will in no way interfere with the performance of his regularly scheduled Univer-
     sity duties.

         Richard Miller, Associate Professor, College of Education, to accept
         membership on steering committeeto develop the form and substance
         of an American Academy of Education under the sponsorship of the
         Charles F. Kettering Foundation. Professor Miller will develop a de-
         tailed prospectus for the creation and implementation of this academy.

III. Gifts and/or Grawits

     Recommendation. that the gifts and/or grants listed below be ordered accepted
     and proper letters of appreciation sent to the donors.

     Background: the names of donors, the amounts given, and the purposes for
     which the money is to be used are given below:

     Donor                         Am ount                      Purpose

     Grayson Foundation           $60, 000            Research Grant
     Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc.           Z. 000           Research Grant
                                   $62, 000




 







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IV. Appointments and Other Staff Changes (S