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The University regrets that no funds were appropriated by the General Assembly for additional increases in the salaries of academic staff members. After consultation with the general-University officers concerned and with the chancellors, I am prepared to recommend to the Board of Trustees that sufficient funds be accumulated through further internal savings to permit increases in academic salaries averaging 5.5 per cent for eligible staff members, effective November 1,

1972. This increase would create a condition of substantial parity in the increases for nonacademic and for academic staff members — in the sense that the effective dates for their respective rate increases would be delayed in each case two months beyond the dates on which salary increases traditionally have become effective.

Obviously, the implementation of the foregoing plans is subject to the approval of House Bill 4215 by the Governor, without reduction in the amounts appropriated by the General Assembly.

Many members of the General Assembly and representatives of the Governor's office and of the Bureau of the Budget were of great assistance in reviewing the needs of the University of Illinois and in responding to those needs. Representative Clabaugh and Senator Weaver provided the floor leadership for House Bill 4215.

In his last few months of active service, Dr. Lyle Lanier was particularly effective in providing the General Assembly with information and in providing the University of Illinois with his fine representation.

BUDGET REQUEST FOR CAPITAL F U N D S. FISCAL YEAR 1 9 7 4

(2) The recommendations of the University Building Program Committee1 for capital improvements in FY 1974 at all three campuses are submitted in the attached document. (This document is filed with the Secretary of the Board of Trustees.) Detailed supporting information will be compiled during the remainder of this month and submitted to the Office of the Board of Higher Education by August 14, 1972, in accordance with the schedule established by that office.

University Building Program Committee: Lyle H. Lanier, Executive Vice President and Provost, Chairman; Harlan D. Bareither, Director of University Office of Space Programming (staff consultant); Joseph S. Begando, Chancellor at the Medical Center; Donald J. Caseley, Vice Chancellor at the Medical Center; H. O. Farber, Vice President and Comptroller; V. L.

Kretschmer, Acting University Director of Physical Plant Planning and Construction (staff consultant); Warren B. Cheston, Chancellor at Chicago Circle; Jack W. Peltason, Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign; William F. Sager, Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Department, Chicago Circle; Lucien W. White, Professor of Library Administration and University Librarian.

1972] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS The University's FY 1974 request for capital appropriations reflects three main types of needs: (a) funds to meet the supplemental costs of equipping and occupying new buildings already authorized (including buildings completed but not fully equipped); (b) funds for the improvement of existing facilities (rehabilitation and remodeling, utilities, site improvements, etc.); (c) new building projects needed to meet the enrollment and program expansion scheduled to occur by the fall of 1976.

More than half of the total request of $49,201,400 is for buildings and other capital improvements in the health fields ($26,162,700), including building projects at the Medical Center, Peoria, and Rockford. The new building projects at the other two campuses have all been approved previously by the Board of Higher Education.

I recommend approval of the enclosed budget request for capital funds for FY 1974 (see tables printed below) and request authorization to transmit the request to appropriate offices of State government and to the Board of Higher Education— in the format and with the supporting information prescribed by the Office of the Board of Higher Education.

On motion of Mr. Swain, this recommendation was approved and authority was given as requested by the following vote: Aye, Mr.

Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Karnes, Mr. Pogue, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Governor Ogilvie, Mr. Steger.

Chicago Circle Campus: Classified List of Projects Included in the Capital Request for FY 19741

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8. Planning Long-Range Institutional Planning $ 20 000 Life Sciences Teaching Laboratory (Definitive design) 68 000 North Court Library Addition (Definitive design) 18 900 Subtotal, Planning ($ 106 900)

9. Cooperative Improvements Boneyard Creek Channel (plan) 60 000 Green Street Safety Improvement 32 000 Subtotal, Cooperative Improvements ($ 92 000) Total, Summary of Capital Requests $13 755 800

AWARD OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC A C C O U N T A N T CERTIFICATES

(3) The Committee on Accountancy recommends that the certificate of Certified Public Accountant be awarded, under Section 5 of the Illinois Accountancy Act of 1943, as amended, to two candidates who have presented evidence that they are holders of valid and unrevoked Certified Public Accountant certificates obtained by passing a standard written examination in another state or territory of the United States and who qualify in all other respects under this provision of the law. The names of the candidates are filed with the Secretary.





I concur.

On motion of Mr. Karnes, these certificates were awarded.

ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR T H E DIVISION

OF UNIVERSITY EXTENSION

(4) The Dean of the Division of University Extension has recommended the following appointments and reappointments to the Advisory Committee for the Division for two years beginning September 1, 1972.

University Representatives GEORGE W. MAGNER, Professor of Social Work and Associate Director of Jane Addams Graduate School of Social Work, Chicago Circle — replacing Donald D. Hanson, whose term is expiring.

KENDRITH M. ROWLAND, Associate Professor of Business Administration, College of Commerce and Business Administration, Urbana-Champaign — replacing Paul M. Van Arsdell, whose term is expiring.

ROLLIN G. WRIGHT, Professor of Physical Education and Head of the Department, College of Physical Education, Urbana-Champaign •— replacing Allan G. Friederich, whose term is expiring.

Non- University Representatives MERVIN G. O'MELIA, Executive Director, Illinois Local Governmental Law Enforcement Officers Training Board, Springfield — replacing Chief Donald Derning, Winnetka Police Department, whose term is expiring.

ALBAN E. REID, President, Black Hawk College, Moline — replacing Dr. Edward J. Sabol, President, Sauk Valley College, Dixon, whose term is expiring.

I concur.

On motion of Mr. Pogue, these appointments were approved.

COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

ADVISORY COMMITTEE. URBANA

(5) The Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration at Urbana-Champaign has recommended to the Chancellor the following reappointments and new appointments to the Advisory Committee for the College, the terms to expire at the times indicated.

Reappointments to expire August 31,1975 ROBERT E. BABMEIER, Director of Personnel Planning and Research, Sears Roebuck and Co., 925 South Homan Avenue, Chicago 60607 1972] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 11 WALLACE B. BEHNKE, Vice President, Commonwealth Edison Company, P.O. Box 767, Chicago 60690 ROBERT W. BOOTH, General Attorney, International Harvester Company, 401 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago 60611 REXFORD E. BRUNO, Senior Vice President — Finance, United Air Lines, Inc., P.O. Box 66100, Chicago 60666 GEORGE V. CARRACIO, General Partner, Arthur Young & Company, One IBM Plaza, Chicago 60611 GEORGE R. CATLETT, Partner, Arthur Andersen & Co., 69 West Washington Street, Chicago 60602 W E S T O N R. CHRISTOPHERSON, President, Jewel Companies, Inc., O'Hare Plaza, S72S East River Road, Chicago 60631 WILLIAM N. CLARK, Assistant to the Publisher, Chicago Tribune, Tribune Tower, Chicago 60611 R A Y C. DICKERSON, Director, Department of Business and Economic Development, State of Illinois, 222 South College Street, Springfield 62706 R. NEAL FULK, Partner, Ernst & Ernst, Hartford Plaza, ISO South Wacker Drive, Chicago 60606 LLOYD A. GIESSEL, President, Burgess Cellulose Company, P.O. Box 560, Freeport 61032 LAWRENCE W. GOUGLER, Senior Vice President and Secretary, T h e Northern Trust Company, 50 South La Salle Street, Chicago 60690 VIRGIL V. GRANT, Executive Vice President, Caterpillar Tractor Co., 100 N.E.

Adams Street, Peoria 61602 ROBERT C. HUMPHREY, President, State National Bank, 1603 Orrington Avenue, Evanston 60204 WILLIAM G. KARNES, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Beatrice Foods Co., 120 South La Salle Street, Chicago 60603 ORMOND F. LYMAN, Special Assistant to the Dean, College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Room 250, La Salle Hotel, Chicago 60602 L. CHESTER MAY, Vice President — Finance, Standard Oil Company (Indiana), 910 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago 60680 DONALD C. MILLER, Executive Vice President, Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago, 231 South La Salle Street, Chicago 60690 LESTER T. MOATE, Vice President, Amsted Industries, Inc., 3700 Prudential Plaza, Chicago 60601 WILLIAM F. MURRAY, Chairman of the Board, H a r r i s Trust and Savings Bank, 111 West Monroe Street, Chicago 60690 ROBERT G. NICHOLS, Partner, Price Waterhouse & Co., 321 Liberty Street, Peoria 61602 CLIFFORD L. PETERSON, Senior Vice President, Deere & Company, Moline 61265 KARL V. ROHLEN, President, Crane Packing Co., 6400 Oakton Street, Morton Grove 60053 HERBERT J. ROWE, Chairman of the Board, P E M C O R, Inc., 2121 Mannheim Road, Westchester 60153 ARTHUR E. SCHWERTFEGER, Partner, Haskins & Sells, Board of Trade Building, Chicago 60604 ROBERT M. SHEHAN, Partner, Touche Ross & Company, 111 East Wacker Drive, Chicago 60601 B. P. SPANN, Vice President, Gardner-Denver Company, Gardner Expressway, Quincy 62301 RICHARD L. THOMAS, Executive Vice President, The First National Bank of Chicago, One First National Plaza, Chicago 60670 WILLIAM G. W H Y T E, Vice President, United States Steel Corporation, 1625 K Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 Appointments to expire August 31,1976 PAUL J. KELSEY, Vice President and Comptroller, The Pillsbury Company, 608 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402 T H O M A S C. CRAYS, President, Palmer American National Bank, 2 East Main Street, Danville 61832 12 BOARD OF TRUSTEES [Juty 19 STANLEY E. G. HILLMAN, Executive Vice President, Illinois Central Industries, 135 East Eleventh Place, Chicago 60605 I concur.

O n motion of M r. Swain, these appointments were approved.

ACTING DEANSHIP OF T H E G R A D U A T E COLLEGE, URBANA

(6) The Chancellor at the Urbana-Champaign campus has recommended the appointment of Dr. George A. Russell, presently Professor of Physics and Associate Dean of the Graduate College, as Acting Dean of the Graduate College and Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Development effective September 1, 1972, on a twelve-month service basis, at an annual salary of $35,000.

Dr. Russell will continue to hold the rank of Professor of Physics on indefinite tenure. He will succeed Dr. Daniel Alpert who has resigned the deanship.

This recommendation is made with the advice of the Executive Committee of the Graduate College and is supported by the Executive Vice President and Provost.

I recommend approval.

O n motion of M r. Swain, this appointment was approved.

HEADSHIP O F THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. CHICAGO CIRCLE

(7) The Dean of the College of Business Administration at Chicago Circle has recommended to the Chancellor the appointment of William W. Tongue, presently Professor of Economics and Finance at Chicago Circle, as Professor of Economics, on indefinite tenure, and Head of the Department of Finance, beginning September 1, 1972, on an academic year service basis, at an annual salary of $25,650.

Dr. Tongue will fill a headship that has been vacant since February 17, 1971, when this Board approved the reorganization of the College of Business Administration by the establishment of departments. During the interim period while a search for candidates was underway, Professor Richard F. Kosobud, Head of the Department of Economics, has been acting as head of the Department of Finance.

The nomination of Professor Tongue is supported by the College Executive Committee and the faculty of the Department of Finance. The Chancellor at Chicago Circle and the Dean of the Graduate College approve the recommendation.

The Executive Vice President and Provost concurs.

I recommend approval.

O n motion of M r. K a r n e s, this appointment was approved.

HEADSHIP OF T H E DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. URBANA

(8) The Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration has recommended to the Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign the appointment of Dr. James W. Leonard, presently Associate Professor of Finance and Acting Head of the Department, as Associate Professor on indefinite tenure and Head of the Department, effective September 1, 1972, on an academic year service basis, at an annual salary of $20,500.

Professor Leonard has been Acting Head since September 1, 1971, succeeding Professor Paul M. Van Arsdell who retired from the University.

The nomination of Dr. Leonard was made with the advice of a search committee1 and after consultation with members of the faculty of the Department.

The nomination is supported by the Executive Committee of the College of Commerce and Business Administration and the Dean of the Graduate College. The Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign approves the recommendation. The Executive Vice President and Provost concurs.

I recommend approval.

O n motion of Mr. H o w a r d, this appointment was approved.

Robert L. Mehr, Professor of Finance, Chairman; Richard T. Arnould, Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration: Gerald D. Brighton, Professor of Accountancy; Richard M. Hill, Professor of Business Administration; Charles N. Linke, Associate Professor of Finance.

1972] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 13

CHAIRMANSHIP O F T H E DEPARTMENT O F PSYCHOLOGY,

CHICAGO CIRCLE



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