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(35) The Vice President and Comptroller recommends the selection of the American National Bank & Trust Co. of Rockford, Illinois, as an additional depositary for the Medical Service Plan funds for the Rockford School of Medicine.

I concur and recommend the adoption of the following resolution.

Be It Resolved, That the American National Bank and Trust Co., Rockford, 111., be and is hereby designated a depositary of the funds of this corporation and that any officer of this corporation be and is hereby authorized for and on behalf of this corporation, to open and maintain an account or accounts with said Bank and make such arrangements for the conduct thereof as to him shall seem proper;

and that any officer, employee or agent of this corporation be and is hereby authorized to deposit the funds of this corporation therein and endorse for deposit negotiable instruments and orders for the payment of money, which endorsements may be made in writing or by a stamp with or without designation of the person so endorsing; in the absence of any such endorsement, said Bank be and is hereby authorized to make such endorsement itself for deposit in the name of this corporation, and that on all such items deposited, all prior endorsements are guaranteed by this corporation whether or not an express guaranty is incorporated in such endorsements.

And Be It Further Resolved that any 1 of the following, Robert L. Evans, M.D., Richard C. Peters, or L. P. Johnson, M.D. are hereby authorized to sign any and all checks, drafts, and orders, including orders or directions in informal or letter form withdrawing funds from any account of this corporation, and said Bank is hereby authorized and directed to honor and pay any and all checks, drafts, or orders so signed and drawn and charge them to the account or accounts of this corporation, without inquiry as to the circumstances of their issue or the disposition of their proceeds, whether such checks be payable to the order of or endorsed or negotiated in their individual capacities, or deposited to the individual credit of any officer or person signing them, or any other person or officer, and without inquiry in regard to the use of said checks, drafts, or orders, or the proceeds thereof by such officers or persons; and to endorse for negotiation, negotiate, and receive the proceeds of any negotiable instrument, check, draft, or order for the payment of money payable to or belonging to this corporation.

1972] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 29 And Be It Further Resolved, That the secretary or any other officer of this corporation is authorized and directed to deliver to said Bank specimen signatures of the officers or employees of this corporation heretofore and herein authorized to sign in behalf of this corporation.

And Be It Further Resolved, That said Bank shall rely upon the genuineness of said signatures so certified.

And Be It Further Resolved that all prior resolutions heretofore adopted by this corporation authorizing the maintenance of its accounts and the transaction of its business with said Bank, be and the same hereby are revoked and cancelled.

And Be It Further Resolved that the Secretary or any other officer of this corporation, is hereby authorized and directed to certify a copy of these resolutions and the names of its officers and such other employees as may be authorized to act in its behalf, to said Bank and said Bank is hereby authorized to rely and act upon such resolutions and certificate until formally advised by a like certificate of any changes therein.

On motion of Mr. Swain, the foregoing resolution was adopted.

PURCHASE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE

(36) Bids have been received for renewal of public liability insurance policies covering all University operations including automobile, general, and professional liability. The insurance company currently providing this coverage, the Hartford Insurance Group, has declined to continue the policy, at present rates, beyond August 1, 1972.

The quotations on automobile liability insurance are rejected and have not been considered in the award. The implied intent of Public Act 77-472, Seventyseventh General Assembly, is to centralize the purchase of automobile liability insurance under contracts purchased by the State of Illinois through the Department of General Services.

Bids were requested on the same limits of liability as the current contract.

Personal Injury: $ 500 000 per person 1 000 000 per occurrence Property Damage: $ 500 000 per occurrence (subject to franchise deductible of $200) Quotations were requested on two rating methods for the determination of

premiums:

1. Guaranteed Cost Plan — the annual premium is determined on a specific rate per student. The loss experience during the policy year does not debit or credit the premium for the current year.

2, Retrospective Rating Plan D — the policy provides for payment of an annual premium (Standard Premium) with a provision for a credit (Minimum Premium) or a debit (Maximum Premium) based upon the incurred losses. The exact premium determination is deferred until a final disposition of incurred claims has been made.

Two bids were received:

GUARANTEED RETROSPECTIVE RATING

COST PLAN PLAN

Rate Estimated per Annual Minimum Standard Maximum Student Premium Premium Premium Premium





1. Continental Insurance Company;

agent: R. L. Dunne & Company, Chicago, IL. —NoQuote— $183 805 $297 109 $358 422

2. Insurance Company of North America;

agent: McManus & Pellouchoud, Inc., Chicago, IL. $4.95 $272 052 —No Quote — [ J u t y 19 30 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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interest for construction by the Illinois Building Authority for the use of the

University, but have not been bonded:

IBA Project No. Description 76-001 Classroom-Office and Student Services Buildings, Chicago Circle 76-002 Library Building Addition, Chicago Circle 76-003 Science and Engineering Building, South Addition, Chicago Circle 76-004 Plant Research Laboratory Buildings, Chicago Circle 76-005 Power Plant Addition, Chicago Circle 77-001 Library of (the) Health Sciences, Medical Center 77-002 Dentistry Building, Phase II, Medical Center 77-003 Medical Sciences Building, Urbana-Champaign 77-005 Veterinary Medicine Hospital Buildings, Urbana-Champaign The Seventy-seventh General Assembly has also appropriated to The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois from the Capital Development Bond Fund the necessary funds for these nine projects.

The University has previously entered into certain contractual arrangements with the Illinois Building Authority with respect to the projects, including assignments of architects and engineers contracts, and has now been requested to participate in whatever contractual arrangements are necessary to transfer responsibility for the projects out of the Illinois Building Authority in accordance with a schedule to be established by the Capital Development Board.

Accordingly, the President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends that the Comptroller and Secretary be authorized to execute such consents to, or acceptances of, assignments of contracts and to execute such other contractual documents with the Illinois Building Authority as may be necessary in connection with the transfer by the Illinois Building Authority of its responsibilities for the foregoing projects, and to execute such agreements with the Capital Development Board and contractors as may be required for the continuation of planning and construction of said projects for the University in accordance with the Capital Development Board Act.

On motion of Mr. Swain, 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.

DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS. URBANA

(42) The Board of Directors of the University of Illinois Athletic Association at Urbana-Champaign, has recommended the appointment of Cecil N. Coleman, presently Director of Athletics and Professor of Education at Wichita State University, as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics effective August 1, 1972, on a twelve months service basis at an annual salary of $31,500.

The nomination of Mr. Coleman was made with the advice of a search committee1 and after interviews conducted by the complete membership of the Board of Directors of the Athletic Association. The Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign approves the recommendation.

I recommend approval.

On motion of Mr. Swain, this appointment was approved.

PRESENTATION BY STUDENT LEADERS OF A PROPOSAL FOR A

S T U D E N T ADVISORY COUNCIL TO T H E BOARD OF TRUSTEES

(43) Students from each campus, who had met informally with Trustees and administrators on Tuesday, July 18, to discuss the student-Board relationships,

presented the following proposal for the consideration of the Trustees:

Vernon L. Zimmerman, Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration, Chairman; Glenn H. Collier, Danville, student; Vernon M. Eckert, Belleville, President, "I" Men's Association; William A. Ferguson, Professor of Mathematics; Harold H. Hindsley, Chicago, President, University of Illinois Alumni Association; H. S. Stillwell, Head of the Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; Arthur R. Wyatt, President, Board of Directors, University of Illinois Athletic Association, ex officio.

34 [July 19

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Proposal for Student Advisory Council to the Board of Trustees University of Illinois July 1972 Students from the three campuses of the University of Illinois propose and recommend that the Board of Trustees establish a Student Advisory Council to the Board. The proposal is outlined below.

Purpose: To provide a formal student liaison to the Board of Trustees This Council would act as a continuing liaison among the students at each campus and the Board members, while not excluding individual students from meeting with the Board members on an informal or formal basis.

Rationale: To facilitate communication between the Board members and students on the three campuses by :

1. Providing for a continuous and consistent relationship between the Board members and students so that each group gets to know the other.

2. Working with the President, the Secretary of the Board, the Chancellors, and the Student Welfare Committee of the Board in setting up the Chancellor's Conferences held prior to Board meetings.

3. Providing complete information so that students can more carefully analyze current issues.

4. Providing opportunities for University-wide discussions among students.

Composition:

Members shall be appointed by the respective campus student governing bodies.

Chicago Circle and the Urbana-Champaign campuses shall each appoint four students, and the Medical Center campus shall appoint two students.

The following students were present to speak to the proposal arid to receive the Trustees' comments: from the Medical Center campus, Miss Kathy Gillis and Mr. John Lammert; from the Chicago Circle campus, Mr. Gary Marschke and Mr.

Robert Goodman; from the Urbana-Champaign campus, Mr. John Hackmann, Mr. Mark Jackson, Mrs. Edith Terwilliger, Mr. Robert Winter, Mr. Jeff Taylor, and Mr. Mark Jones.

Following general discussion, Mr. Hahn moved adoption of the proposal as presented, Mr. Swain moved an amendment to the motion, to refer the proposal to the President of the University and to the Student Welfare Committee of the Board of Trustees. Mr. Swain's amendment was approved. President Corbally indicated the need to discuss procedural arrangements for student-trustee relationships before any proposal was ultimately approved. He stated that he and other administrative officers would be working with the student group and would develop a specific plan for the Board's consideration in September. In the general discussion it was the apparent consensus of the Trustees that the President would proceed on the assumption that there would be a student advisory council with some type of relationship, yet to be determined, to the Board of Trustees. On that assumption, the President indicated that the student group would be free to select ten to twelve students who might serve on such a body. Mr. Hughes stated that in his judgment it was yet to be determined whether or not the relationship would be directly with the administration or with the Board of Trustees.

The President of the Board then called for a vote on the main motion, as amended, which was approved.

PRESENTATION. MR. ROGER W. C A I N, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

OF T H E ILLINOIS PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION

Mr. Cain had submitted to the Trustees in advance a proposal presented as an alternative to the plans of the Urbana campus to establish pharmaceutical services within the McKinley Health Service for students beginning in September

1972. He asked that the previous action of the Board, which provided for an increase in the hospital-medical-surgical fee to students effective September 1 (and which included at Urbana the expectation that pharmacy service would be provided) be set aside, and that the administration be asked to work out an arrangement to retain the services of local pharmacies.

The Trustees received comment and a review of prior discussions between the Urbana administration and local pharmacists, including Mr. Cain. Comment emUNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS phasized: the need to establish effective service in September when classes begin;

the question of the quality of care and whether it could be best provided by the University plan or through continuing service from local pharmacists; the possibility of rapid implementation of Mr. Cain's proposal and the general question of convenience and advantages to students receiving pharmaceutical services.



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