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                                    From: Smith Kline & French Labora-
                                        tories, Philadelphia, Pa. --$I,500. 00.

      President Dickey presented a check for $1, 500. 00 from Smith Kline &
French Laborataries which they wish used in support of the Animal Husbandry
project entitled "Growth Stimulants for Swine". He recommended that the
grant be accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the check
was ordered accepted, and the President was requested to thank officials of the
Laboratories.



                                    From: Shell Chemical Corporation, New
                                        York- -$1, 0on 000.

     President Dickey reported that Shell Chemical Corporation had given to
the University their check for $1, 000. 00 to furnish a grant-in-aid to assist
with the experimental program of the Department of Entomology and Botany,
and recommended that it be accepted.

     Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Board concurred in
the recommendation of the President and requested him to thank the donors.



                                    From: W. Atlee Burpee Company, Phil-
                                        adelphia, Pa. --$100. 00.

     President Dickey reported that he was in receipt of a check for $100. 00
from W. Atlee Burpee Company, which they wished used as a scholarship award
to a student in Horticulture. He recommended that the donation be accepted,
and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Board authorized ac-
ceptance of the check and requested the President to write a letter of apprecia-
tion to the Company.



                                    From: Dr. Robert D. Shepard, Lexington,
                                        Ky. --$10. 00.

     President Dickey reported that Dr. Robert D. Shepard had given to the
Kentucky Research Foundation his check for $10. 00, in support of the Jack G.
Webb Memorial Fund. He recommended that the gift be accepted, and upon
motion duly made, seconded and carried, the members of the Board concurred
in the motion of the President, and asked him to write a letter of appreciation
to Dr. Shepard.




                                    From. Mr. Herschel Weil, LexingtonKyv
                                        $300. 00.

     President Dickey reported that Mr. Herschel Weil had given to the Uni-
versity two checks, for $200. 00 and $100. 00 respectively, which he wished