Leave gf Absence for Miss Wooldridge
Dr. Carr read to the Board Miss Margaret Wooldr1dge's request
for a leave of absence to study in Par1s_from September 15, 1954
to May 51, 1955 and recommended that her request be granted.
Motion was made by Mr. Stokes that the request of Miss Mar-
garet Wooldridge for leave of absence from September 15, 1954 to
May 51, 1955 be granted. This motion was seconded by Mr. Treva- ··
than and was carried unanimously. _
Report 21 Stadium Fleld V l 4
At the request of Dr. Carr, Mr. Breach reported to the Board
in reference to the Stadium field. Mr. Breach reported that the H
grant had been accepted and the work had been started on the level-
_1ng of the ground on the stadium field. He stated that we had .
100 men assigned to work, 25 men per day four days per week, until A
this field is completed. _ 4
Contract with Kentucky-Tennessee Light and Power Company ‘
Dr. Carr presented to the Board the contract submitted by ;
Kentucky-Tennessee Light and Power Company for water and electric .1
_ current for the college, which contract was read by Mr. Trevathan. s
Motion was made by Mr. Trevathan that the Board contract with ,.
'· Kentucky-Tennessee Light and Power Company and that Dr. Carr be r·
authorized to sign the contract for the Board when the energy .
for the llghting of the ball field is excluded from this contract.
This motion was seconded by Mr. Stokes, and the roll was called ` \
on its adoption with the following result: Mr. Stokes, aye; Mr.
Trevathan, aye; Mr. Swann, aye. - _
Contract for the Operatlonlg Bookstore D.
Next, the proposed contract with Mr. Lee Clark for the oper-
ation of the college bookstore was read to.the Board. ?
Motion was made by Mr. Stokes that the contract with Lee ‘
Clark for the operatlon·of the college bookstore be accepted, as .
read, and that Dr. Carr, President of the college, be authorized .·
to sign said contract in triplicate. This motion was seconded
by Mr. Trevathan, and the roll was called on its adoption with ’
the following result: Mr. Stokes, aye; Mr. Trevathan, aye; Mr. )
Checks gg Petty Cash Fund Signed by Business Manager and President T
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Next, the question as to who should sign the checks on the ‘
Y Petty Cash Fund was discussed. W
Motion was made by Mr. Trevathan that the checks on the_Petty
` Cash Fund be signed by the Business Manager and counterslgned by
` the President. This motion was seconded by Mr. Stokes and was _
1 carried unanimously. ·
Motion Concerning Milk Reconsldered ` g
` Motion was made by Mr. Trevathan that the Board reconsider
the motion of last Thursday night, "that the Board call for bids
on Basteurlzed milk and butter . This motion was seconded by Mr.
_ Swann, and the roll was called on its adoption with the following ·‘
result: Mr. Stokes, no; Mr. Trevathan, aye; Mr. Swann, aye.
Order gf July 12 Eg: Purchase gf Meat Resclnded
Motion was made by Mr. Trevathan that the Board rescind the 1
order of Thursday, July 19, with reference to the purchase of meat.
This motion was seconded by Mr. Stokes and was carried unanimously. U