Kresge Library

MINUTES OF THE MEETING
OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
September 20, 1968

Authorization of the sale of the following stock:

100 shares of Higbie Manuf. Company common stock from Carlton M. Higbie, Jr. for Oakland University.
500 shares of Higbie Manuf. Company common stock from Mrs. West H. Gallogly for Oakland University.

On motion by Mr. Nisbet, seconded by Mr. Thompson, it was voted to authorize the sale of the stock listed above.

Mr. Nisbet recommended that the December meeting of the Board be held on the 12th rather than the 19th.

On motion by Mr. Stevens, seconded by Mr. Nisbet, it was voted to schedule the December meeting for the 12th.

President Hannah reported: Approved an increase in the student rate of pay to a minimum of $1.50 per hour from the present minimum of $1.40 per hour to become effective September 1, 1968.

On motion by Mr. Nisbet, seconded by Mr. Merriman, it was voted to approve the President's report.

Terminations

Bruce R. Danner, Instr. Physics, effective 8/14/68
Abraham A. Davidson, Asst. Prof. Art, eff. 8/14/68
John H. Langer, Asst. Prof. Education, eff. 8/14/68
Herbert Schuel, Asst. Prof. Biology, eff, 9/30/68
Dezo V. Silagyi, Asst. Prof. Teacher Edu, eff. 8/15/68 - cancellation

Leave - Military

Alan A. Redner, Sh. & Rec. Clerk, effective 7/9/68 to 6/30/69

Leaves - other

Madison Cole, Instr. Biology, eff, 8/15/68 to 12/31/68 to study at Univ. of Tennessee.
Beauregard Stubblefield, Assoc. Prof. Mathematics, eff. 8/15/68 to 8/14/69 HE&W Grant for work in Texas

Appointments

Peter Clark Bertelson, Vis. Prof. Engineering at $16,000, eff. 8/15/68 to 8/14/69 (21005)
Peter J. Bertocci, Instr. Soc. & Anthrop. at $10,000 eff. 8/15/68
Robert N. Blockovich, Instr. Psychology at $9100, eff. 8/15/68
Madison Cole, Instr. Biology at $9300, eff. 8/15/68
George E. Coon, Assoc. Prof. Teacher Ed, at $14,250, eff. 8/15/68
Karl D. Gregory, Assoc. Prof. Economics and Asst. to Chanc. for Urban Affairs Center at
$16,000, eff. 9/23/68 (14922)
Jacqueline Lougheed, Asst. Prof. Teacher Ed. at $14,000 eff. 8/15/68
Dietmar U. Wagner, Instr. History at $8000, eff. 8/15/68 to 8/14/69
Marjorie Persall White, Instr. Biology at $9000, eff. 8/15/68 to 8/14/70 (21026)

Transfers

William H, Jones Assoc. Dir AP-VI Admissions at $13,300 to Asst. Dean AP-VIII Graduate Study at $14,200, eff. 9/1/68
Jerry W. Rose, Asst. Dir., AP-V Scholarships at $11,900 to Assoc. Dir. AP-VI Adm. & Schol. at $13,500, eff. 9/1/68

Salary Changes

John Scovil, Asst. Phys. Ed. AP-I at $8200 to $87000, eff. 9/1/68
Jesse R. Pitts, Prof. Soc.& Anthrop. from $16,000 to $17,000, eff. 9/1/68

Miscellaneous

Promotion of Arturo Biblarz from Instr to Asst. Prof. of Soc.& Anthr, and a salary inc. from $9,900 to $10,400 per year, eff. Sept. 1, 1968

Promotion of Marc E. Briod from Instr. to Asst. Prof. of Teacher Ed. and a salary increase from $9,100 to $10,000 per year, eff. September 1, 1968

Change in title of Robert C. Howes from Prof. of History and Asst. Provost to Prof. History eff. September 1, 1968.

Change in the effective date of the appointment of Dmytro Ijewliw as Assoc. Prof. of Modern Languages and Lit. from August 15, 1968 to August 15, 1969.

Change William F. Sturner, Asst. Prof. of Polit. Sci. and Asst. Provost, from a 10-month basis at a salary of $11,500 to a 12-month basis at $14,375 per year, eff. September 1, 1968.

Add'l title of Dean of Graduate Study for Donald D. O'Dowd, eff. September 1, 1968 (p.333)

Change in title of Frederick Obear from Assistant Provost to Vice Provost, effective September 1, 1968. His academic title remains the same.

Recommendations as follows from the Director of Personnel:

Reclassify a Grant and Contract Administrator from an AP-VII to an AP-VIII position in the Business Office,

For Student Affairs:

Reclassify a Clerk Typist II to a Senior Clerk IV position.
Establish a Senior Clerk IV position.

Establish a Research Administrator AP-VIII position in Engineering.
Establish a Departmental Secretary V position in Education.
Reclassify a Publicist AP-I to a Public Relations Director AP-V position in Continuing Education paid from 34574.
Establish a Curator VIII position in Art.
Establish a Departmental Secretary V position in English.
Establish a Scholar Shop Manager AP-I position in Information Services.

On July 11 bids were received for the Classroom-Office Building No. 1, as follows:

Architectural.
Spence Brothers
$2,993,000
Utley-James, Inc.
3,189,000
Lerner-Linden Construction Company
3,207,600
J. A. Fredman, Inc
. 3,223,000
A. J. Etkin Company
3,259,000
E. E. Powell General Contracting Company
3,268,000
R. E. Dailey Company
3,295,000
Salvaggio & Son Construction Company
3,384,960
J. A. Ferguson Company
3,491,513
Kruse Company
3,498,200
A. Z. Shima & Sons
3,512,000
 
Mechanical
Port City Heating & Plumbing
867,838
Evans Plumbing & Heating, Inc,
946,800
Sylvan Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
977,700
Brady Plumbing & Heating Company,Inc
984,500
W. J. Rewoldt Company
993,449
Spitzley Corporation
998,700
L. L. McConachie Company
999,800
Stanley Carter Company
1,025,000
Joseph P. Kropf, Inc.
1,036,000
Laya Plumbing & Heating Company
1,038,000
Eames & Brown, Inc.
1,069,950
Steve Kruchko Company
1,074,072
John E. Green Plumbing & Heating
1,094,400
Goss Mechanical Contracting Company
1,134,500
 
Electrical
T. L. Jacobson Electrica
l 458,700
Colonial Electric Company
459,911
Ross Pierce Electric
465,000
Fred W. Moote Electrical
477,777
Cates Electric Company
489,000
Post Electric Company
494,240
Rogers Electrical Service
498,000
Schultz Electric, Inc.
499,750
Ventro Electric Company
516,200
Ferndale Electric Company
551,155
Standish Electric Engineering Company
552,657
Darwish Brothers Electric Company
694,600
 
Elevator
Detroit Elevator Company
58,900
Montgomery Elevator Company
65,000
Dover Elevator Company
67,851
Otis Elevator Company
75,000

The Joint Capital Outlay Committee approved an additional $325,000 for this building, making the total amount authorized by the legislature $4,725,000.

The bid proposals have been negotiated and examined, and it is recommended that the low bidders be approved with the understanding that change orders in the amount of $126,650 will be issued at the time of the signing of the contracts to bring the bids within the total funds approved. (p.334)

It is recommended that the following budget be approved:

Construction
$4,378,438
       Less concurrent change orders
126,650
$4,251,788
Professional services
213,000
Furnishings and equipment
153,000
Supervision and field inspection
22,000
Survey and other site investigations
6,000
Contingency
79,212
 
4,725,000

The source of funds for this project will be $1,000,000 of Title I finds under the Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963 and $3,725,000 appropriated by the State of Michigan.

Gifts and Grants

Gift of scientific laboratory supplies valued at $19,194.79 from Smith and Underwood Laboratories of Royal Oak for use in scientific teaching and research labs in Chemistry.

Grants as follows to be used for scholarship purposes:

$5000 from Harry A. McDonald, Jr., Detroit for a permanent scholarship fund in the name of Harry A. Mc. Donald.
$1000 from The Koskinen Foundation of Birmingham
$ 500 from The Village Woman's Club of Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills for the Village Woman's Club Trust Fund.

For the Mary Fogart Anibal Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund:

$ 100 from Norman E. Clarke of Birmingham
$ 50 from Broadcast Music, Inc. of New York City
$ 200 from the National Federation of Music Clubs of Silver Spring, Maryland

For Scholarship Fund #26731:

$ 100 from Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority of Troy
$ 111 from American Business Women's Assoc. of Pontiac
$ 500 from the Alvin M. Bentley Foundation of Owosso
$ 100 from Mr. & Mrs. Douglas R. Bastian of Pontiac
$ 750 from the Greater Detroit Chevrolet Dealers Assoc. of Detroit.
$ 1500 from LTV Aerospace Corp. of Warren
$ 500 from Rochester Junior Woman's Club of Rochester
$ 300 from The Village Woman's Club of Birmingham & Bloomfield Hills

For Awards Account #26759:

$ 150 from Cooley High School of Detroit
$ 500 from Heublein Foundation, Inc., of Hartford, Connecticut
$ 315 from 0. A. Krause Scholarship & Glenn Rounds Scholarship of Rockford
$ 500 from the R. C. Mahon Foundation of Detroit
$ 375 from the Pontiac Council PTA
$ 100 from Pontiac Northern High School Varsity Club.
$ 50 from John Thors, Jr. Scholarship Fund Foundation of Pontiac
$ 190 from Woman's National Farm & Garden Assoc. of Rochester

Grant of $40,000 from the National Foundation for Eye Research of Cleveland, Ohio, to be used under the direction of Everett Kinsey in the Institute of Biological Sciences for opthalmic research.

Grant of $3,000 from Research to Prevent Blindness of New York City to be used under the direction of Everett Kinsey in the Institute of Biological Sciences for ophthalmic research.

Grant of $30,974 from the Atomic Energy Commission of Argonne, Illinois, to be used under the direction of C. V. Harding in Biology for studies of cellular proliferation and regeneration following tissue damage.

Grant of $12,100 from the National Science Foundation to be used under the direction of R. H. Edgerton in Engineering for the purchase of instructional scientific equipment.

Grant of $29,250 from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare to be used under the direction of S. B. Thomas in History to support the Language and Area Center for East Asia.

Grant of $500 from REMA Club of Pontiac to be used under the direction of Henry Rosemont in Philosophy in support of the Negro Youth Culture Center.

Grants as follows to be used under the direction of Thomas Dutton, Dean of-Students, in support of the Upward Bound program:

$   10 from Beverly Hills Methodist Church of Troy
$   75 from Carver School PTA of Ferndale
$ 200 from General Motors Corp. of Detroit
$     6 from Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Kopf of Southfield

Grant of $24,278 from the National Science Foundation to be used under the direction of D. B. Varner as an institutional grant for science.

Grant of $52 from the Chrysler Corp, Fund of Detroit to be used under the direction of Chancellor Varner as an unrestricted grant. (p.335)

Grants as follows to be credited to the Discretionary Gift Fund and used under the direction of Chancellor Varner:

$ 1000 from Don E. Ahrens of Bloomfield Hills
$ 3,300.97 from Benjamin H. Anibal of Birmingham
$ 1000 from Frederick Colombo of Detroit
$ 1000 from Harold A. Fitzgerald of Pontiac
$ 1000 from Semon E. Knudsen of Birmingham
$ 1000 from L. C. Goad of Bloomfield Hills
$ 1000 from Alfred C. Girard of Pontiac
$ 1000 from George Trumbull of Bloomfield Hills
$ 1000 from D. B. Varner of Rochester

Grants as follows to be credited to the Chancellor's Club:

$ 1000 from Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd H. Diehl of Detroit
$ 1000 from Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Z. Nederlander of Detroit
$ 1000 from John B. Poole of Detroit

Grants as follows to be used for the Meadow Brook Music Festival:

$ 100 from Mrs. Sidney J. Allen of Southfield
$ 100 from Mr. & Mrs. Wm. H. Baldwin of Bloomfield Hills
$ 250 from Dura Corp. of Oak Park
$ 500 from Essex Wire Corp. of Detroit
$1000 from Mr. & Mrs. John B. Ford, Jr., of Detroit
$ 100 from Ford Motor LCo. Fund of Dearborn
$1000 from Fruehauf Corp. of Detroit
$4200 from Mr. & Mrs. Marvin L. Katke of Bloomfield Hills
$ 100 from Mr.& Mrs. Leonard T. Lewis of Birmingham
$ 25 from Mrs. J. A. Sarason of Detroit
$ 100 from Mrs. Allan Shelden of Detroit
$ 50 from Richard and Sheila Sloan Foundation of Detroit
$ 100 from Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. Standart, Jr. of Grosse Pointe
$ 100 from Mrs. Prentis Straus of Detroit
$ 5 from Mr. & Mrs. Joel D. Tauber of Huntington Woods.

Grants as follows to be used under the direction of John Fernald for the Meadow Brook Theatre:

500 shares of Higbie Manu. Co. common stock valued at $12,375 from Mrs. West H. Gallogly of Troy.
100 shares of Higbie Manuf. Co. common stock valued at $2,487.50 from Higbie Manu. Co. of Rochester
$5000 from the National Foundation of Rochester

Additional payments to salaried employees since July 12:

Bookstore  
  Housing  
Suzanne Baal  
$ 39.33
  Wanda Johnson  
$ 4.77
Betty Hansen  
70.64
  Marian Lucking  
41.58
   
     
Conferences & Institutes  
  Meadow Brook Estate  
Linda Davis  
44.00
  Daniel Aldrich  
66.77
Agnes Leinenger  
15.00
  Jack Calvert  
42.72
Margaret Twyman  
35.00
  Harold Dawson  
48.06
   
  Terry Schoneman  
10.41
Continuing Education  
  Daniel Aldrich  
632.79
John Beardman  
440.00
  William Allen  
197.58
John Dvoras  
156.00
  Jack Calvert  
168.21
Anna Massacessi  
260.00
  John Davis  
444.77
Franklin Rice  
320.00
  Harold Dawson  
366.68
Edward VanSlambrouck  
285.00
  Albert Klug  
323.07
   
  Carol Linington  
24.00
Freshman Orientation  
  Robert Richart  
170.88
Eleutherios Botsas  
15.00
  Dean Rowe  
433.76
Richard Brooks  
15.00
  Terry Schoneman  
192.58
Richard Burke  
60.00
  Gary Schroeder  
411.10
Melvin Cherno  
10.00
     
F.Jas. Clatworthy  
85.00
  Meadow Brook School of Music  
George Engeman  
85.00
  Alice Engram  
450.00
Robert Facko  
75.00
  David Hoover  
984.00
William Forbes  
85.00
  Clifford Pfeil  
1,512.00
John Froemke  
30.00
     
Robert Howes  
75.00
  Oakland Foundation  
Henry Kennedy  
75.00
  Helen Ghrist  
168.21
Charles Lawes  
45.00
  Jean Kirsch  
1.70
David Mascitelli  
85.00
     
Steven Miller  
85.00
  Public Safety  
Norton Seeber  
70,00
  Daniel Aldrich  
120.79
Richard Sprott  
85.00
  William Allen  
195.24
W. Patrick Strauss  
100.00
  Jack Calvert  
249.21
Kiichi Usui  
5.00
  John Davis  
233.61
Libor Velinsky  
85.00
  Harold Dawson  
139.73
Howard Witt  
85.00
  Harold Hays  
57.81
   
  Patricia Kleindl  
18.50
Public Safety  
     
(p.336)
Albert Klug  
$216.91
  Miscellaneous  
Robert Richert  
231.25
  Larry Adler  
$ 22.00
Dean Rowe  
369.65
  A. Evelyn Allison  
77.00
Gary Schroeder  
252.95
  John Beardman  
150.00
   
  Kenneth Coffman  
60.00
Upward Bound  
  Edward Davies  
184.75
Margaret Kurzman  
1,400,00
  James Davis  
918.00
Charles Morton  
562.50
  Louise deBeauclair  
104.61
   
  Cecilia Genereux  
16.20
   
  Helen Ghrist  
174.89
   
  Jean Kirsch  
93.81
   
  Carol Linington  
12.00
   
  David Lowy  
1,500.00
   
  Carol Payne  
13.62
   
  Robert Riley  
29.82
   
  Ruth Rounds  
63.58
   
  Carlton Smith  
500.00
        Trudy Wiseman  
15.53

On motion by Mr. Nisbet, seconded by Mr. Stevens, it was voted to approve the Oakland University items.

Finance Committee item:

Approved the awarding of a contract to the low-bidder, the A &-A Asphalt Company, in the amount of $40,210.25 for providing 200 additional parking spaced in Parking Lot A at Oakland University.

The following bids were received:

& A Asphalt Company      $40,210.25
Stolaruk Asphalt Company       49,100.00

The following budget was recommended:

Construction

$40,210.25
Professional Services
2,010.50
Supervision and Inspection
1,000.00
Contingency
1,779.25
 
$45,000.00

Meeting adjourned at 3:35 p.m.

The next meeting of the Board will be October 17, and the November meeting will be on the 21st. (p.337)

 


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