Central Michigan University
BOARD OF TRUSTEES MI NUTES
October l9 , 1966
Grants in the amounts of $4,370. 00 and $2 ,932. 00 to our Chemistry
Department from the Michigan Cancer Foundation to conduct
Check in the amount of $300 from the ETh:-~egemog Lakes Association
to oor Biology Department.
To the University Library:
Brown University Press, Providence, Rhode Island, the gift copy
of Blake's "Job": WilHam Blake's lllustrations of the Book of
Job. Estimated value - $6.00
To the Clarke Historical Library:
Mrs. Harvey H. Lowrey, Saranac, Michigan, several bocks bearing
the personal autographs and inscriptions of Governor Chase S.
Osborn and Stallanova Osborn. Estimated value - $60.00
Recommend approval of the additions and deletions to the fall program,
1966, Field Services as submitted. (Copy on file in the Secretary's
On motion, meeting adjourned at 3:15 P. M.
Doris L. Crippo (Mrs.)
Centra l Mic higan Univer s ity Board of T rus tees
Meeting of Octobe r 19, 1966
l\It . Pleasant , Michigan
Member s present: Mr s . J ean Backus ; Lloyd M. Cofer; Mrs . Ka tharine C.
Ha rs tad , Chairman; E. Alla n Morrow; J ames M. Umphrey; Walter W.
Wightman: Judson W. Foust , Pres ident.
Also: Norval l C. Bovee, Treasure r ; Mr s. Do ris L. Crippo, Secr e tary;
Byron P. Gallagher, Legal Cou nsel; Wilbur E. Moore, Vice President
of Ac ademic Affa irs; J ohn H. DeCarlo, Vice P r e sident of Public Serv ices.
Members absent: Lawrence D. Rahilly.
The Meeting was ca lled to order at 1: 30 P. M.
Mr. James Umphrey was excused from the afternoon meeting .
The f..Unutes of the Meeting of September 2 1 , 1966 , were approved as
The Chai rman calle d for rcports from the Standing Committees;
Finance Committee -- Mr . Mor row
Two items we re r eviewed - - (1) The Summary of Ce ntral Mic hJgan
Unive r s ity Q:!erations and Ca pita! OJtlay Budget Request, and (2)
"The Analysis of Residence Hall Constru ction Cos ts, Immediate
Needs and Possible Solutions."
It was moved , s econded and car ried that the Budget be approved
It was moved , seconded and car ried to r eject tbe bids on the
Southwest Quadrangle , proceed with the building of 96 apartment
units, defer untH spring of 1967 the letting of bids on a high rise
residence fac ility to be co mpleted for occupancy in the fall of
1968 for approximately 1, 500 students to be located on the south west
site, in the hope that interest rates, money and const ruc tion
costs will be mor e favora ble .
Academic Affairs Committee -- Dr. Cofer
The Academic Affairs Committee met with the Liaison Committee
of tbe Univers ity Se nate to discuss matters of mutual interest.
At the same time tbe Academic Mfmrs Committee took up the
Reports, " Criteria for P r omotion" and t he "Impleme ntation of
the Sal a ry Schooule" as approved by the Univers ity Senate on
May 2 , 1966.
After much di scussion the Academic Affairs Committee suggested
c e rtain modifications in both instruments and Will return them to
the Univer s ity Senate for consideration.
It was moved, seconded and carried that the Public Sessions of the Board
be deferred for an hrur after luncheon, starting at 2:30 P .:r.L instead of
1:30 P. M.
Chairman Halstad appointed Mr. James M. Umphrey to serve on the
Des ign Committee for the proposed Continuing Education and Research
President Foust distributed a s heet of infor mation on " Res idence Rtqu irements
[or Master's Degree in Mic higan State Institutions of Higher Education"
compiled by Dr. Olaf W. Steg, Dean of the School of Graduate Studies.
Attention was called to the fact that the Gr aduate Committee is considering
items havill!' to do with a liberalized policy for transfer of credits and
cross enrollments b ftween institutions. Since the Graduate Committee
has this on its agenda and is working on tt , this Is given as ,a matter
of information. A r eport from the Graduate Committee will be made later.
Dr. Moore commented that in gene ral , gradua te cru rses offered oft campus
have to be consis tent with those offered on ca mp.i s . They follow the general
pattern that other cour ses follow. We have held to a rather s trict standard
because the accr editing agency is t akill!' a look at this .
Preside nt Foust repor ted 00 the Center for Economic Expansion by explaining
its fu nction and success.
Caps and Gowns for the Board of Trus tees -- Dr. Fous t presented the
suggestion tha t it wouJd be well if the acade mic regalia for the Board we r e
the regular doctor's gowns with bl ack velvet, the regular doctor's caps,
and the doctor's boods espec ially designed for Central Michigan Unhers ity
with maroon and gold velvet. It was the concensus to proceed to ge t t hem
as de scribed.
President Foust reported 9B follows:
A request from Dr. Ira P olley, representing the State Board of Education,
reCfle sted the same informaUoo 9B the Governor's Office for the
Budget Request only mor e in detail, with a cover letter which indicated
the need for submission of all programs approved by our [acuIties and
governing board, which wruld constitute tentative approval, and to
the State Board of EdicaUon for final approval. Also included in this
was a suggestion that a research it em of $100, 000 or more to be applied
for, had to be submitted t o them for approval before we applied.
The Council o[ Staie College Pres idents are prq>osing that we get a
meeting with the State Board, Dr. J ohn P orter , and a representative
of each of the Boards, preferably the Chairman of the Board.
The Board of EducaUon has hired Dr. Harold Smith to draw up a
mas te r plan which runs about fo rty pages. The Presidents authori
zed the Executive Secr e tary to go through and a nalyse this
80 that we cou ld ~t this into a few pages.
Copies of the :Master Budget for 1966- 67 which is r e ally a r esource docu ment
, and copies of the Auditors Report by Ernst and Ernst on Residences
and other Facilities with Pl edged Net Income, June 20, 1966, were distributed
Dr. Foust stated that fo lloWing the pres entation o f the Master P lan fo r
the pbys ical plant we got hasty reaction r el ative to the master academic
plan. We have been talking about goa ls, objectives a nd programs ove r a
pe riod of year s . We hope that something will come of this now and a
mast er acade mic plan will develop .
P res ide nt Foust reported bri efly on the regional meeting of the Association
of State Colleges and Unive r s ities to be held on our campus Ckl tober 23,
24 and 25, 1966.
Pres ide nt Foust repor ted that s ince 1959 , Central Michigan Univer sity
has r eceived in g rants and awards approximately $3, 500,000.
The Board acknowl e~ed receipt of a letter from Hyman P ark er , Chief
Mediation Officer , Labor Mediation Board , Detr o it , Michigan , to
Attorneys Theodore Sachs and William Saxton stating that the case
entitled C66 A- 5 C66 C-22 is closed.
It was moved, seconded a nd carried that the follOwing r ecommendations
as pr es ented by President Foust be approved:
Mrs . Lillian Curry, Secr etary C-6, Regis t rar's Office, e ffective
January 7, 1967.
Mr. P eter A, Ringelberg, P r oject Engineer, e ffective Septembe r 30,
Res ignations continued -
Mrs . Cecil Purcell , Assistant Profess or, Libr ary, effective
Septembe r 5 , 1966.
Mrs . Beatrice Doser , Instructor (T emporary), J\lIathe matics
Department , effec tive September 7, 1!l66 .
Mrs . Alline Cook, Re sident Adviser A-I , Housing , effective
Septemoo r 12. 1966.
Mrs . Ernest ine P err ien , Hous ekeeper M-O, HoUSing, effec tive
September 10. 1966.
Mrs . Mary Luc Ule Dent , Typist C- l , Business Divis ion , e ffective
September 30 , 1966.
Mrs . Luc Ule Fish, Clerk C- l, h alf-U me, Dean of Women's
Office, e ffective September 20 , 1966.
Six Temporary Groundsmen res igned s ince the l ast Board of
Trustees Meeting on September 21 , 1966.
Mr. F rank E. FiShell , Instructor (Temporary), Mathe matics
Department , e ffec tive September 5, 1966 .
Mr. Robe rt L. Marsh, Instruc tor (T emporal'Y), Political
Science Department, effective Septe mbe r 5, 1966.
tfiss P atricia Gillette , Subprofessional in Libr ary Acquis itions ,
A-I , Libr ary, effe ctive September 12 , 1966.
Mrs . Leone H. Weber , Assis tant , Stud ent P e rsonnel Services ,
with the assignme nt of Advi ser for Student Activities, effective
September 5, 1966 .
Mrs . Leela Alox, Instructo r, Librar y , efCocUve September 19 ,
:r.1rs. J ean Holland , Instructor (Temporary) , So ciology Department,
effective Se¢ember 5, 1966,
Mr. J erre Roger Mo ore , Instruc tor (T emporary), part-time,
PhySiCS Department , for the fall semester , 1966.
Appointments continued -
Dr. John Cooper, Visiting Lecturer, EcbcaUon Department,
for the period November 14,1966 - January 27 , 1967.
Mr. Ward Robbins, Technician A-IT, Audio-Visual Services,
effective September 20, 1966.
Mr. Irving Kidd, Instructor (Temporary), part-time, Art
Department, for the fall semester, 1966.
Mr. Robert Evans, Assistant Instructor, part-time, Art
Department, for the period September 19, 1966 to January 27,
Mr. David Ketlitz, Athletic Ticket Manager, Physical Education
Department, for tbe academic year 1966-67.
Mr. Clemence J . Marttila, IBM Programmer A-I, Data Processing
Center, effective Octob(l' 10, 1966.
Mrs. Joan Welsh, Cashier C-l, &.ismess Division, effective
September 7, 1966 .
Mrs. Judtanne Sibley, Stenographer C-2, Home Economics
Department, effective October 31 , 1966.
Mrs. Eva M. Cam(i>ell , Clerk C-l , Registrar's Office, effec tive
SeptenVlcr 26 , 1966 .
Miss Nancl L. Headley, Clerk C-O, Library, e ffective October 3,
Mrs. Ina M:lore, Clerk C-O, Lihrary, half-time, effective
September 26, 1966.
Mrs . Mary Ellen Coldwell, Typist C-l, Business DiviSion, effective
October 3, 1966 .
Mrs. Linda J . Tabor, Stenographer C-2, Student Personnel
Services, effective September 26, 1966.
Mrs. Rita May, Clerk C- O, Student Personnel Services, effective
September 26, 1966.
Miss Linda Metz, Clerk C-l , Clarke Historical Library, e ffective
September 19, 1966 .
Appointments continued -
Mrs. Irene Graham, Stenographer C-2, Business Education
Department, effective September 19,1966.
Mrs. Sandra Allen, Stenographer C-2, Half-time, student
Personnel Services, e ffective September 19, 1966.
Mrs. Janet Kay Rotger, Clerk C-O, Library, effective
September 19, 1966.
Mrs. Barbara Hy, Stenographer C-2, Health Education Department,
effective SepteniH!' 12, 1966.
Mrs. Sandra Lee Allen, Stenographer C-2, half-time, Philosophy
Department, effective September 9, 1966.
Mrs . Jane F. Krainik, Stenographer C-2, Psychology Department,
effective October 3, 1966.
Mrs . Donna Harris, Stenographer C-2 , Physical Ed.ication
Department , effoctivc September 8, 1966.
Mrs. MarUyn Courter, Stenographer C-2, Business Department,
for the period September 7, 1966 - June 9, 1967.
Mr. Donnis Lyness, Custodian M-l , Univers ity Center, effective
September 14 , 1966.
There were four Tomporary Groundsmen hired since the last
Board of Trustees Meeting on September 21, 1966.
LEAVES OF ABSENCE:
Mr. Donald J. Brackon, Instructor, Health Ed.ICation Department,
Without pay, for the 1967-68 academic year.
Mr. William vonReichbauer, Associate Professor, Business
Department, effective September 5, 1966.
Mr. Woodrow J. Ebor, Associate Professor, Business Department,
effective September 5, 1966.
Mr. Paul L. Evett , Assistant Professor, English. Department,
effective September 5, 1966.
Salary Adjustments cont inued -
Dr. Charles M. Westic , Associate Professor , Sociology Department,
effective ScpterrV>er 5, 1966.
Mr. John M. Grossu. Jr. , Instructor (Tempor ary), Geograrhy
Depart ment , e ffective September 5, 1966.
Miss ?liary F . Be rry , Instructor, History DCJXlrtment, effectivc
September 5 , 1966.
Mr. Curtis S. Murton, Instructo r , Geography Department,
effe ctive Septembe r 5, 1966.
Mr. Carlton Fancher, Ins t ruc tor, Physical Edu eatiCln Department,
effective Septembe r 5, 1966.
Mr. Richard A. P arfitt, Instructor, Health Education Department.
effective Scptembe:r 5, 1966.
Miss Mahbanoo Gandhi, Instructor, Political Science Department,
effective September 5 , 1966.
Mr. Ca1vin W. Enders, Instructor , History Depart ment, effec tive
September 5, 1966.
TRANSFERS AND RECLASSIFlCATIONS:
Mr. Woodrow J. Eber, Temporary Ac t ing Chairman, Business
Department, effective September 5, 1966.
?lira. Nanette Davis, Instructor (Temporary), Sociology Department,
from one - half time to that of full-time, effective for the
fal l se mester, 1966.
Mrs . Ma rian H. Sleight , Assistant Recorder C-5, Student
Pe rsonnel Services, from t hat of Stenographer C-2, Home
Economics Department, effec tive October 31 , 1966.
Mr. Raymond SOOl , Cus todian M- l , University Center , from
that of Utility F -3, effective September 6, 1966.
Mr . J ames Bitl er , Custodian M-l , Woldt Food Commons, (rom
that of Equipment Sanitizer F-2, effective Septe mber 6 , 1966.
Mr. James SWitze r , CUstodian M-l , Woldt Food Commo ns, from
that of Equipment Sanitizer F-2. effective September 6, 1966.
Trans fe rs and Reclassifications contiIJ.Ied -
Mr. Larry Davis, Warehouseman M-l , fr om that of Temporary
Groundsman , e ffective September 6, 1966.
:Mr. Alex Hader, Food Service Helper F-O, University Center,
from that of Temporary Groundsman, effective September 6,
Mr . James Wilson, Custodian M-l , Hous ing , from that of
Temporary Groundsman, effective September 6, 1966 .
Mr . Warr en Cole, Warehouseman M-2, from that of Fireman
M-2 , e ffective September 26, 1966.
Mr. Delbert W. Greenman , F ireman M-2 , Maintenance , [rom
that of Temporary Groondsman, effective Q::tober 3, 1966.
Mr. Harold Allen, Custodian M-l , Matntenance, from that of
Temporary Groundsman, e ffective October 3, 1966.
]l,ir. ClydeJennings, Sr. , Custodian M- 2 , University Ce nter ,
from that of CUstodian JI,l-1, effective September 19 , 1966.
Mr. Orlan Switzer, Custodian 101-2, Unive rs ity Cenler , from
t hat of Custodian 10.1-1 , effective September 19, 1966.
Mr . Martin Toth, Fireman M-2, Maintenance, from t hat of
Watchman M-2, e ffective October 3, 1966.
Mr. Paul Achenbach, Motor P ool Manager C-6 , Motor Pool
Operation, from that of Wa r ehooseman M-2, effective
Septembe r 6, 1966 .
The following persons and their c1asslftcation, being transfe rred
from Public Ser vices and Gene ral Fund Payroll, to Motor P ool
Operation , e ffective October 3, 1966:
L. Herbert Van Hoose
Raymond O. Lippold, Jr.
J ohn A. Young
Donald E. Courtney
Motor Vehicle Operator M-4
Motor Vehicle Operato r M- 2
Motor Vehicle Operator M-2
Moto r Vehicle Operator M-2
Motor Vehicle Operato l' M-2
r..1r . Theo Lyon , Custodian M-2, Maintenance, from that of
Custod ian M- l , e ffec tive October 3, 1966.
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