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Minutes of the regular meeting of the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin: February 10, 1967 and February 11, 1967
(1967)

Regent Gelatt moved,   p. 17


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           ULLLAR M-ýTITGOF TE'1BOLRD OF R-'GEII I 
                     Mdadison  Wisconsin 
                  JanUary 19, 1921, 10:00 a.m. 
                  President Seaman, presiding. 
P2RSEN4T: R-Regents BirgeP Butler, Cary, Limon, He 
            iohe11LiahoneylT  knz   emn,   Tot 
              The secretary.presented the, f.o .llowing 
ýI ýfrom absent regents"00 
  1. Telegram from Regent Pa-st, s'tati 
    he r.egretted-tht he could not ati 
    me e ting; 
2. .Letter fr om0.iRegent ,Iiler stating 
    to the.act.-that the circuit court 
    session, 1 h- cold not attend the n 
  3. Lentter.s f ro.nLgent  ons  XpLan 
    impo.rtant business --meetinge prevent 
    att,,'Lendance a'tthe meetitng;., 
4b-Letter from Regent lHorlick.s office stating 
    4 rthata the could not return from the east in tin 
    to ý'wat~tend-the meeting." 
           On mot-.ion of RegentT.Hammondseconded by Reger 
 EEimon it wa8s 
           VOTED, That the r-e ading of the- minutes of the 
 meeting of the 'board e disp'SinAsed with- and that they be 
 a8prove.d as sent ou .tothe regents. 
           President1 Dirge-presented the report of the 
 faculty committ-eeon retiring allorwa-es (Ccopy attached) 
,,recommonded that no act ion-be;taken a.tthis time, 
-(i 


 
I 
           ULLLAR M-ýTITGOF TE'1BOLRD OF R-'GEII I 
                     Mdadison  Wisconsin 
                  JanUary 19, 1921, 10:00 a.m. 
                  President Seaman, presiding. 
P2RSEN4T: R-Regents BirgeP Butler, Cary, Limon, He 
            iohe11LiahoneylT  knz   emn,   Tot 
              The secretary.presented the, f.o .llowing 
ýI ýfrom absent regents"00 
  1. Telegram from Regent Pa-st, s'tati 
    he r.egretted-tht he could not ati 
    me e ting; 
2. .Letter fr om0.iRegent ,Iiler stating 
    to the.act.-that the circuit court 
    session, 1 h- cold not attend the n 
  3. Lentter.s f ro.nLgent  ons  XpLan 
    impo.rtant business --meetinge prevent 
    att,,'Lendance a'tthe meetitng;., 
4b-Letter from Regent lHorlick.s office stating 
    4 rthata the could not return from the east in tin 
    to ý'wat~tend-the meeting." 
           On mot-.ion of RegentT.Hammondseconded by Reger 
 EEimon it wa8s 
           VOTED, That the r-e ading of the- minutes of the 
 meeting of the 'board e disp'SinAsed with- and that they be 
 a8prove.d as sent ou .tothe regents. 
           President1 Dirge-presented the report of the 
 faculty committ-eeon retiring allorwa-es (Ccopy attached) 
,,recommonded that no act ion-be;taken a.tthis time, 
-(i 


 
I 
           ULLLAR M-ýTITGOF TE'1BOLRD OF R-'GEII I 
                     Mdadison  Wisconsin 
                  JanUary 19, 1921, 10:00 a.m. 
                  President Seaman, presiding. 
P2RSEN4T: R-Regents BirgeP Butler, Cary, Limon, He 
            iohe11LiahoneylT  knz   emn,   Tot 
              The secretary.presented the, f.o .llowing 
ýI ýfrom absent regents"00 
  1. Telegram from Regent Pa-st, s'tati 
    he r.egretted-tht he could not ati 
    me e ting; 
2. .Letter fr om0.iRegent ,Iiler stating 
    to the.act.-that the circuit court 
    session, 1 h- cold not attend the n 
  3. Lentter.s f ro.nLgent  ons  XpLan 
    impo.rtant business --meetinge prevent 
    att,,'Lendance a'tthe meetitng;., 
4b-Letter from Regent lHorlick.s office stating 
    4 rthata the could not return from the east in tin 
    to ý'wat~tend-the meeting." 
           On mot-.ion of RegentT.Hammondseconded by Reger 
 EEimon it wa8s 
           VOTED, That the r-e ading of the- minutes of the 
 meeting of the 'board e disp'SinAsed with- and that they be 
 a8prove.d as sent ou .tothe regents. 
           President1 Dirge-presented the report of the 
 faculty committ-eeon retiring allorwa-es (Ccopy attached) 
,,recommonded that no act ion-be;taken a.tthis time, 
-(i 


 
                 President Birge distributed copies of a brief 
      histo c:.cal s'etch of the jqiversiz- which he prepared or the 
      .seuuj~ .nB-e Buuk     (Copy attached.j 
                President Birge reported the illness of Professor F. 
      Hubbard and Dr. J. S. Evans. 
                President Birge made verbal report re equipment 
      purchased from the U.S- Government for the new engineering shons. 
                The president filed reports of leaves of absence and 
      discipline with the secretary. 
                On motion of Regent Hammond, it was 
                V0.T_, That the minutes of the Executive Committee 
      meeting held December 28, 1920, as sent out to the regentq be 
      ratified, approved, and confirmed% 
                Regent Perkins reported for the Committee on Letters 
     and Science, recommehding Thbe adoption of the following 
                           REC0I1VIENDATION-S OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                o-.-uetters and Science- 
          I, That Albert G° Hirnman be appointe4 instructor in 
 &_ -business administration. for the second seikester of the year 
     1>920-02l, at. a salary of )llOOfor the semester; charge to un- 
     assigned instruction. 
              Adopted. 
          2.  That the resignation of H, W. Shoenberger, instructor 
     in English, be accepted, to take effect at the end of the first 
     semester of 1920-21. 
              Adopted, 
          3. That the following arrangement be made for the work of 
     W. E. Cederberg, instructor in mathematics  duighs-les 
  ? One class assigned to Harriet G. Holt, extension disona 
~ _  l0 5  a  week:  on.  +. n,,.. ..'.L  _ ..... -  iviion  at 
-un -ci j ze war t, 'di.4,at $ .,0 a 
,rk to be provided for without expense 
.red to be charged to unassigned..... 


 
                 President Birge distributed copies of a brief 
      histo c:.cal s'etch of the jqiversiz- which he prepared or the 
      .seuuj~ .nB-e Buuk     (Copy attached.j 
                President Birge reported the illness of Professor F. 
      Hubbard and Dr. J. S. Evans. 
                President Birge made verbal report re equipment 
      purchased from the U.S- Government for the new engineering shons. 
                The president filed reports of leaves of absence and 
      discipline with the secretary. 
                On motion of Regent Hammond, it was 
                V0.T_, That the minutes of the Executive Committee 
      meeting held December 28, 1920, as sent out to the regentq be 
      ratified, approved, and confirmed% 
                Regent Perkins reported for the Committee on Letters 
     and Science, recommehding Thbe adoption of the following 
                           REC0I1VIENDATION-S OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                o-.-uetters and Science- 
          I, That Albert G° Hirnman be appointe4 instructor in 
 &_ -business administration. for the second seikester of the year 
     1>920-02l, at. a salary of )llOOfor the semester; charge to un- 
     assigned instruction. 
              Adopted. 
          2.  That the resignation of H, W. Shoenberger, instructor 
     in English, be accepted, to take effect at the end of the first 
     semester of 1920-21. 
              Adopted, 
          3. That the following arrangement be made for the work of 
     W. E. Cederberg, instructor in mathematics  duighs-les 
  ? One class assigned to Harriet G. Holt, extension disona 
~ _  l0 5  a  week:  on.  +. n,,.. ..'.L  _ ..... -  iviion  at 
-un -ci j ze war t, 'di.4,at $ .,0 a 
,rk to be provided for without expense 
.red to be charged to unassigned..... 


 
                 President Birge distributed copies of a brief 
      histo c:.cal s'etch of the jqiversiz- which he prepared or the 
      .seuuj~ .nB-e Buuk     (Copy attached.j 
                President Birge reported the illness of Professor F. 
      Hubbard and Dr. J. S. Evans. 
                President Birge made verbal report re equipment 
      purchased from the U.S- Government for the new engineering shons. 
                The president filed reports of leaves of absence and 
      discipline with the secretary. 
                On motion of Regent Hammond, it was 
                V0.T_, That the minutes of the Executive Committee 
      meeting held December 28, 1920, as sent out to the regentq be 
      ratified, approved, and confirmed% 
                Regent Perkins reported for the Committee on Letters 
     and Science, recommehding Thbe adoption of the following 
                           REC0I1VIENDATION-S OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                o-.-uetters and Science- 
          I, That Albert G° Hirnman be appointe4 instructor in 
 &_ -business administration. for the second seikester of the year 
     1>920-02l, at. a salary of )llOOfor the semester; charge to un- 
     assigned instruction. 
              Adopted. 
          2.  That the resignation of H, W. Shoenberger, instructor 
     in English, be accepted, to take effect at the end of the first 
     semester of 1920-21. 
              Adopted, 
          3. That the following arrangement be made for the work of 
     W. E. Cederberg, instructor in mathematics  duighs-les 
  ? One class assigned to Harriet G. Holt, extension disona 
~ _  l0 5  a  week:  on.  +. n,,.. ..'.L  _ ..... -  iviion  at 
-un -ci j ze war t, 'di.4,at $ .,0 a 
,rk to be provided for without expense 
.red to be charged to unassigned..... 


 
             4   M That the resignation of C. P. KFyser, student assistant
           npharmacy, bI accepted, to take effect December '31, 1920. 
                 Adopted, 
             5,  That Ralph H. Heidbreder be appointed student assistant
 70     in pharmacy from January 1, 1921 to the close of the year 1920-21;
        salary at the rate of 1250 per annum; in place of 0  F  Keyser, 
        resigned.,.Keyse- 
                Adopted., 
            6.  That Pa~lphI M.Hixon be appointed Pritmsch Brothers     
  I 
       fellow in pharmacy, from ....the o-_nino of the second semester of
       1920-21 to the close of the first semester of 1921-22, 
                Adopted-.'   - 
            7v  That Philip P. pox be appointed student assistant in 
  I   philosophy for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary of 
       0250 for the semester; also that he continue as reader at 50 cents
  q ~ an hour during the second semester with a maxigium of ý50 for
       the semester4 sums involved to be charged. to unassigned in 
       struction, 
                Adopted, 
            S   That the resignation of R. C. Siegel, student assistant 
            iPhyss, be accepted to take effect at the close of the 
      first semester of 1920-21.,hc. 
               Adopted. 
           9. That R. E. Hantzsch be promoted from student assistant 
      to assistant in physics forthe second    ester of 192021,and 
      his salary increased from '$300 to 1400 for the semester; in_ 
      crease to be charged to balance of salary of k. Co Siegel 
      resigned, 
               Adopted. 
           10. That Dr. Sophia H,  ckerson, Universit! of Chvca 
      be appointed technical assistant in botany, (Dr. Kraus) during 
      the months of April, 11ay. and June, 1921I compensation   0 for 
      the period; charged. to 1,75O allotted. from university research 
      fund. 
               Adopted.. 
    S11. That the resignation of F. A. Leightcn, part-time teacher 
7  of physical education, Wiisconsin Hi~gh School, be accepted, to 
     take effect January 7, 1921.h 
            -%IAdopted. 


 
            12, That I. C. Davis, teacher of physics Wisconsin Higi, 
       Schoc- be assign  -d work in physical education during the months
       of January, February, and aMarch, 1921, in place of F. A. Leighton,
       resigned-; compensation z150 for the service; charged to balance 
       in appropriation for salary of Mr. Leighton. 
                Adopted, 
           13. That the resignation of Mrs. . M. Crowley, assistant in 
     /]ngish, Wisconsin High School, be accepted to take effect 
     Decemrber 31, 1920. 
               Adopted. 
           14. That Blandford Jennings be appointed assistant in 
      English  Wisconsin High School, for the month of January, 1921 
      at $25 for the service; in place of Mrs. Crowley, resigned, 
               Adopted. 
           15, That George F. Forster be appointed research assistant 
 6Jf  in zoology for the year 1920-21, salary $600 per annum; charged 
 $    to university research fund. 
               Adopted' 
           16. That the regents approve the recommendation that the 
     budget for 1921    include the name of h!    s   evtnf as 
 .    professor of history, sala.ry1' $6000 per annum. 
               Adopted. 
               On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent 
     Hammohd, recommendations 1-16 inclusive, Letters and Science, 
     were adopted. 
              Regent simon reported for the College of Agriculture 
     Committee, recommending the adoption of the following 
                         R EC01VriLENDATIONS OP THB .PRESIDENT 
                                   --Agricultur e- 
          I. That the following read~justments be made in salaries of 
p { county agricultural representatives, beginning January 1, 1921: 
   / cresedfroW" W.. Clark, Portage County, amount from County in- 
          creaed  rom  500to  1300; no change in amount from university,
        $15000t 
        Si'oo. A. W. IFnott, Sty. Croix County, amount from County 
    increased from $.;300 to $1300; no change in amount from university,
             Adopt ed. 


 
            12, That I. C. Davis, teacher of physics Wisconsin Higi, 
       Schoc- be assign  -d work in physical education during the months
       of January, February, and aMarch, 1921, in place of F. A. Leighton,
       resigned-; compensation z150 for the service; charged to balance 
       in appropriation for salary of Mr. Leighton. 
                Adopted, 
           13. That the resignation of Mrs. . M. Crowley, assistant in 
     /]ngish, Wisconsin High School, be accepted to take effect 
     Decemrber 31, 1920. 
               Adopted. 
           14. That Blandford Jennings be appointed assistant in 
      English  Wisconsin High School, for the month of January, 1921 
      at $25 for the service; in place of Mrs. Crowley, resigned, 
               Adopted. 
           15, That George F. Forster be appointed research assistant 
 6Jf  in zoology for the year 1920-21, salary $600 per annum; charged 
 $    to university research fund. 
               Adopted' 
           16. That the regents approve the recommendation that the 
     budget for 1921    include the name of h!    s   evtnf as 
 .    professor of history, sala.ry1' $6000 per annum. 
               Adopted. 
               On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent 
     Hammohd, recommendations 1-16 inclusive, Letters and Science, 
     were adopted. 
              Regent simon reported for the College of Agriculture 
     Committee, recommending the adoption of the following 
                         R EC01VriLENDATIONS OP THB .PRESIDENT 
                                   --Agricultur e- 
          I. That the following read~justments be made in salaries of 
p { county agricultural representatives, beginning January 1, 1921: 
   / cresedfroW" W.. Clark, Portage County, amount from County in- 
          creaed  rom  500to  1300; no change in amount from university,
        $15000t 
        Si'oo. A. W. IFnott, Sty. Croix County, amount from County 
    increased from $.;300 to $1300; no change in amount from university,
             Adopt ed. 


 
      2,  That the servuices of Vera Spinney, home demonstration 
agent i n i~aziiette County, be terminated as of December 31, 19200 
S ('This is made necessary by the discontinuance of the appropriation 
for this work by the iVIjarinette County Board,) 
         Adopted. 
     3.  That H. IvI. Jones, county lagricult uralrepresentative 
in Rusk County, be paid additional compensation from July 1, 1920 
at the rate of %'50 per annum, for supervision of the Rusk County 
demonstration Station; "rovided in the budget. 
         Adopted. 
     4. Confidential    That Honorary Recognitifn be given the 
following-men at the forthcoming Farmers' Course: 
Adopted, 
Ro J6 Coe, Fort Atkinson 
David Imrie, Roberts 
Robert Hall, Lena 
P Do Punk, Bloomington, 111. 
            5.  That the following resigiations be accepted: 
Go 0. RI Ingalls, county agricultural representative 
      Eau Claire County, to take effect January 1, 1921; 
               2J.E. Stallard, countyf agricultural representative, 
 "o:-' WIaukesha County, to take effect January 1, 192li 
               E. A. Stokdyk, assistant, state leader boys' and 
   .0Rgirls' clubs (agricultural extension), to take effect at the end 
      of the fourth payment, 1920-21 (January 14) 
               Adopted. 
           6.  That readjustment of salary be made in the case of each of
      the folloing countv -'Cricultural representatives   to take effect
      Jdnuary 1, 1921:  (Provided in the budget) 
                                Previous salary        New Salary 
             qunty     Name      j Univ. County Total  Univ.  Co mTy Total
  \ Ashland 
  J.Bayfield 
    Dougrlas 
    Lincoln 
  LOneida 
  C0zaukee 
/ -_.|  ol1: 
   lRusk 
   I vi7inn ehago 
    HI. H. Wright $1,100 
    V. E. Brubakerl,200 
    J1 1,17 7alz  1,200 
    A. H. Cole    1,100 
    CP   ",rest   1,200 
    0, Hales      1,200 
    J3 S. *1 linka 1,200 
    H. M. Jones   1,200 
    0..-. *. A. Sell! 1I,00 
Adopted. 
$1,200 
1,800 
1,800 
1,600 
1,500 
1,400 
1I,100 
1,150 
1,200 
$23oo 
39000 
3,000 
2,700 
2,700 
2,600 
2,300 
2,350 
2,300 
$1,700 
,t 700 
1,700 
2700 
I,?00 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 
  900 
1,300 
1,500 
1,200 
iooo 
  800 
  650 
1,000 
$,600 
3,000 
3,200 
2,900 
2,700 
2,600 
2,500 
2,350 
2,700 
e -0 


 
            79 That A. C.    i    Yej  be appointed extension specialist
in 
       agricultural engineering (Land Clearing) at a salary of '250 a 
       month, beginning Februarv 1, 1921, or as soon thereafter as 
       arrangements can be Derfected.; charged to land clearing fmnd. 
                Adopted.. 
             8. That H. V0. Albertz be transferred from one-third time to
  j J full time instructor in agronomy, beginning with the second. 
        semester; that his salary be increased from the rate of '4850 
        (12 months) to the rate of %,1900 (10 months), one-half charged to
        Smith-Lever funds (blanace B"iggsa salary) and remainder charged.
        to 1A. 
                 Adopted. 
           -9.   That George F. Weber's resignation as part-time assistant
        in plant pathology be accepted to take effect January 11, 19216 
                 Adopted. 
             l~O, That )150 of the amount r-eceived from the State 
        Insurance Fund on account of the Hill Farm barn fire be ,reditea
        to the Medical School to replace two experimental auimazls bur~ned,
                  Adopted. 
              11. That the dean of/ the College of Agriculture and. the 
        business manager be authorized to secure plans for the Hill 
        Farm barn to be either 36' x 106' or 40' x 106'; that they 
41      be authorized to receive bids or to purchase the lumber wholesale
         S and. build with university forces; the funds to be provided 
         by amount received. from the State insurance Fund and residual 
         balances in the "New Construction Fund.'l- all subject to the
         approval of the Lxecutive Committee. 
                  Adopted.. 
                  On motion of Regent Mlahoney, seconded by Regent Eimon,
         recommendations I-lI inclusive, Agriculture, were adopted. 
                  President Birge submitted the following 
                             REC01Vll NDATION FOR THD LtiW SCHOOL 
              I. That J"udge N~. B. Rosenberry, be appointed. lecturer
in 
        law for the second. semester of 1920-21, compensation ZO0 for the
         per iod.; in pla ce o f Jd....... J. B ...... Wi~nsl~ow d.e~...d
5ed.. 
                   Ad.opted, 
                   On motion of Regent Butler, seconded by Regent Hammond.,
         recommendation l, Law School, was adopted.. 
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            79 That A. C.    i    Yej  be appointed extension specialist
in 
       agricultural engineering (Land Clearing) at a salary of '250 a 
       month, beginning Februarv 1, 1921, or as soon thereafter as 
       arrangements can be Derfected.; charged to land clearing fmnd. 
                Adopted.. 
             8. That H. V0. Albertz be transferred from one-third time to
  j J full time instructor in agronomy, beginning with the second. 
        semester; that his salary be increased from the rate of '4850 
        (12 months) to the rate of %,1900 (10 months), one-half charged to
        Smith-Lever funds (blanace B"iggsa salary) and remainder charged.
        to 1A. 
                 Adopted. 
           -9.   That George F. Weber's resignation as part-time assistant
        in plant pathology be accepted to take effect January 11, 19216 
                 Adopted. 
             l~O, That )150 of the amount r-eceived from the State 
        Insurance Fund on account of the Hill Farm barn fire be ,reditea
        to the Medical School to replace two experimental auimazls bur~ned,
                  Adopted. 
              11. That the dean of/ the College of Agriculture and. the 
        business manager be authorized to secure plans for the Hill 
        Farm barn to be either 36' x 106' or 40' x 106'; that they 
41      be authorized to receive bids or to purchase the lumber wholesale
         S and. build with university forces; the funds to be provided 
         by amount received. from the State insurance Fund and residual 
         balances in the "New Construction Fund.'l- all subject to the
         approval of the Lxecutive Committee. 
                  Adopted.. 
                  On motion of Regent Mlahoney, seconded by Regent Eimon,
         recommendations I-lI inclusive, Agriculture, were adopted. 
                  President Birge submitted the following 
                             REC01Vll NDATION FOR THD LtiW SCHOOL 
              I. That J"udge N~. B. Rosenberry, be appointed. lecturer
in 
        law for the second. semester of 1920-21, compensation ZO0 for the
         per iod.; in pla ce o f Jd....... J. B ...... Wi~nsl~ow d.e~...d
5ed.. 
                   Ad.opted, 
                   On motion of Regent Butler, seconded by Regent Hammond.,
         recommendation l, Law School, was adopted.. 
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                 Regent Zimon re ,orted for tIe College of EnLgineering 
       Comimittee, recommending the adoption of the following 
                        0      NOP THE P R2SIEI,\T 
                                -Engineering- 
            1.  That Harvey *. Broker be appeinted   isconsin Gas 
       Xssociation fellow in chemical eneineering, beginning Pebrue ry l
       1921, salary5--,SO0, provided by the *Yiisconsin Gas Association.l
                "Jopted, 
            2. That George P. Barker be appointed instructor in 
      mmmining engineering for the second semester of 1920,21, at a 
      salary of   >    for the semester- provided in the budget. 
                Adopted,. 
            3.  That Alvin Mveyers be a~pointed instructor in electrical
 /    engineering for the second semester of 1920-021, at a salary of 
       A1250 for the semester; provided in the budget. 
               Adopted. 
           4. That Fred J. Singer be appointed instructor in electrical 
      engineering for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary of 
 ; ;875 for the semester; provided in the budget, 
               Adopted. 
           5. That Joseph Oesterle be appointed research assistant in 
-4. metallurgy (rank of assismtant professor) at the rate of $3O00 a 
      year (twelve months' basis), services to begin February 1l 1921; 
-     amount necessary for balance of year 1920-21 to be charged to 
jq g 5OO allotment from university research fund and $7?50 from 
      engineering research fund. 
               Adopted. 
           6.  That    F. P. VWoy be appointed lecturer in engineering 
  g   administration for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary 
      of l1000 for the semester; charged to budget of steam and gas 
1SY   engineering department. 
               Adopted. 
               On motion of Regent Eimon, seconded by Regent Mvahoney, 
      recommendations 1-6 inclusive, Engineering, were adopted. 
-7- 


 
                 Regent Zimon re ,orted for tIe College of EnLgineering 
       Comimittee, recommending the adoption of the following 
                        0      NOP THE P R2SIEI,\T 
                                -Engineering- 
            1.  That Harvey *. Broker be appeinted   isconsin Gas 
       Xssociation fellow in chemical eneineering, beginning Pebrue ry l
       1921, salary5--,SO0, provided by the *Yiisconsin Gas Association.l
                "Jopted, 
            2. That George P. Barker be appointed instructor in 
      mmmining engineering for the second semester of 1920,21, at a 
      salary of   >    for the semester- provided in the budget. 
                Adopted,. 
            3.  That Alvin Mveyers be a~pointed instructor in electrical
 /    engineering for the second semester of 1920-021, at a salary of 
       A1250 for the semester; provided in the budget. 
               Adopted. 
           4. That Fred J. Singer be appointed instructor in electrical 
      engineering for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary of 
 ; ;875 for the semester; provided in the budget, 
               Adopted. 
           5. That Joseph Oesterle be appointed research assistant in 
-4. metallurgy (rank of assismtant professor) at the rate of $3O00 a 
      year (twelve months' basis), services to begin February 1l 1921; 
-     amount necessary for balance of year 1920-21 to be charged to 
jq g 5OO allotment from university research fund and $7?50 from 
      engineering research fund. 
               Adopted. 
           6.  That    F. P. VWoy be appointed lecturer in engineering 
  g   administration for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary 
      of l1000 for the semester; charged to budget of steam and gas 
1SY   engineering department. 
               Adopted. 
               On motion of Regent Eimon, seconded by Regent Mvahoney, 
      recommendations 1-6 inclusive, Engineering, were adopted. 
-7- 


 
RECOLIalEDATIONS OF THE PRES ID}-lT 
                                        Medicine 
               1.  That Fred Jenner Hodges be appointed instructor in 
          psychiatry, beginning January 1, 1921, at a salary of "l25
a. 
          month; charged to U. S. Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board
          Fund. 
                   Adopted, 
               2. That the grant of' "3,000 annually to the University
for 
S&/'     work on tuberculosis by Dr. William Snow Miller be accepted
          by the regents, from the National Tuberotlosis Axssociation. 
                   Adopted. 
             (These recommendations had been considered by the Medical 
          School Committee and recommended to the regents for adoption*)
                   On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Butler,
          it was   VOTED, That recommendations 1 and. 2 Medicine, be 
          adopted, and that President Birge formulate a resolution express-
          ing the appreciation of the regents of the gift of p3,000 annually
          fr.mrth- 
                               NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION 
          for work by Dr. 1Mller. 
                   The following resolution was prepared by President 
         Birge- 
WV11EAS, The American Tuberculusis Association 
proposes to furnish Doctor William Snow Miller of 
this University the sum of $3,000 in support of 
his researches on the lung- 
RESOLVED- that the Rn       P    -n   -P+,, ÷,, 
         University o±' Wisconsin expresses gratification 
         in the support offered to the researches of 
         Doctor Miller and cordiplly thanks the National 
         Tuberculosis Association and the officers thereof 
         for their generous help. 
         On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Butler, 
it was   VOTED, That the gift of Dr. J. A. Mvlack, of Madison, 
to the University, of his medical library be accepted. and that a 
vote of thanks be sent to Dr. Mack. 
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Z"COIAL21NDAT.IONS OF THE i2RESIDFUT 
                                      -2xtension- 
            i.   That the salary of N. A. Anderson, district representa-
       tire of Eau Claire, be increased from ""3000 to the rate
of $3200 
       to take effect January 1, 1921; additional $100 necessary to be 
       charged to additional instruction. 
                Adopted. 
            24  That the salary of H. W. John, instructor in the 
       t.1ilwaukee district, be increased from -"11900 to $2100 per
annum 
       to begin with the second semester of 1920-21; increase ($100) 
 0o    to be charged to additional instruction. 
                Adopted. 
            5. That Anna M. Tyompson be appointed to conduct aclass in 
       home nursing at L0Washburn, to receive $3 a meeting; total" not
to 
S7 exceed $'24, to be charged to 2 AR. 
                Adopted 
            4.  That James IU. Hayden be continued as instructor in cost
       finding for four months from January 26, 1921, at a salary of 
ks    $235 a month; to be charged to item in budget ($'2000) for this 
       purpose and balance ($350) to 2 ARI 
                Adopted. 
            5. That ClarenceJ.V O' Connor be appointed assistant and 
       field organizer in the Milwaukee district for two months, begin- 
       lning January 10, 1921, at $160 a month; charged to 2 AR. 
                Adopted. 
           6. That George Oehrlein be appointed assistant in visual 
      instruction beginning January 15, 1921, at $80 a month; charged 
      to budget item for Clara 0rBrien, clerk, and balance to 2 AR. 
               Adopted. 
           7.  That Julius 0C Jacobson be appointed instructor to 
      conduct a clazs in fede-al income tax, Mhilwaukee   to receive 
      $5 an evening, total; not to exceed, z30, to be dharged to 2 AR. 
               Adopted, 
          8. That Ri. J. Blair be appointed instructor in bod~keeping 
 S> for an evening class in Mlilwaukee, to receive $5 a meeting; total
   S  not to exceed $90 , to be charged to 2 AR. 
              Adopted. 


 
            9.  That Ee    E. Jhlenfeld be appointed instructor in 
I34   aecunting, Milwaukee   to receive 15 a meeting, total  not to 
       kc~-d90, to be charged to 2 AR. 
                Adopted. 
            10. That W. D. Canan be appointed instructor to conduct g 
       class in shop arithmetic and a class in shop mathematics in 
       Milwaukee  to receive 1),7.50 a meeting- total for each css not 
       to exceed i35 to be charged to 2 AR. 
               Adopted., 
           11. That B. B. Burling be appointed instructor to conduct a 
      class in elementary electricity and electrical mathematics in 
      Milwaukee, to receive 1)7.50 a meeting; total in each case not to 
      exceed $135 to be charged to 2 AR. 
               Adopted. 
           12. That Harry B. Hotz be appointed. instructor in salesman- 
  ,r  ship in M1lilvraukee, to receive  160 a meeting beginning Pebauary
1 
      1921; total, not to exceed 180  to be charged to 2 AR. 
               Adopted,, 
           13. That Robert P. Ewer be appointed instructor in commercial
  (F law for an evening class in Milwaukee, to receive $5 a meeting' 
     total, not to exceed Q90, to be chargedcto 2 AR. 
              Adopted. 
          14. That '. 0E. Wines be appointed instructor to conduct a 
  r, class in mechanics and a class in strength of materials in 
     Milwaukee, to receive "7.50ta meeting; total not to exceed 4135
     in each case to be charged to 2 AR. 
              Adopted. 
           (These recommendations had been considered by the Extension 
     Committee and recommended to the regents for adoption.) 
           On motion of Regeft Eiion  recommendations 1   6, Extension 
    were adopted.,' 
          On motion of Regent Hammond, seconded. by he~ent Mahoney, 
    recommendations 7-1l4, Extensionwere adopted, 


 
-General. 
               4, That on the certification of the registrar the followin
          degrees be granted: 
                        DQctor of Philosoohm 
                            James Geere Dickson 
                            Don Divance LdsCohier, 
                        Master of Science 
                            Leon Xilby Jones 
                            Parvin Daniel 'Uilliams 
                       141aster of hilo  h 
                           Loron Darius Sparks 
                       Bachelor of Laws 
                           Carl Edwin Behnke 
                           Lawrence John Brody 
                           Emmet Joseph Conley 
                           Lyel Nevwton Jenkins 
                           Gilbert Frost Lappley 
                           R. Curtis Laus 
                           Glenn John M1cWilliams 
                           Chester Dee Richardson, B.A. 
                           Sylvester Lawrrence Wheeler, B.A. 
                           Eugene WVard Winton. 
                      Bachelor of Arts 
                          Rose Magdalene Durch (Conferred as of Class of
                          Irene Grace Conley              1920) 
                          Rebecca von Grueningen. 
                 Adopt ed,, 
            2.   That the regents approve the offering of laboratQ_ y 
oH courses in economics and similar departments which involve the 
       charging of moderate fees for books and attendance. 
                "Adopted.    ....... 
                On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Kohler 
       recommendations 1 and 2, General, were adopted; Regent ?rottman 
       voAting "no" on r Ic ihendation 2. 


 
-Physical Education- 
     i.  That Mirs. Gilbert Smith be continued as part-time 
assistant for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary of 32b 
for semester. 
         Referred. to the Executive Committee with pawer' to act. 
f ,fp 
     2v  That an appropriation of 1200 be made for additional 
clereal help in the office of the director of the women.s 
gyasium for the second seppster of 1920-21. 
         Referred to the ExeCutive Committee with power to act. 
     3, That the regents approve the charge of a license fee of 
$3 for each toboggan using the slide constructed by the university; 
the fees to go into the fund for the construction and maintenance 
of the slide. 
         Referred to the Business Manager with power to act& 
         On motion. of Regent Perkins, it was 
         VOTED, That recommendations 1 and 2, Physical Education, 
be referred to the Executive Committee with power to act. and 
that recommendation 3 b& 'referred to the Business Manager with 
power to act, 
              On motion of Regent Butler- seconded by Regent Cary, 
     it was   VOTED, That the Summer Session Budget, as presented and 
     approved by the Summer Session Committee, be adopted, subject to 
     achecking and approval of the Business Manager. 
              Called vote wasntaken, all regents present voting and 
     voting "aye".' 
              Regent Perkins recommended the adoption of the following 
     recommendations of the Committee on 
                                -WomenT s Affairs- 
           1.  That the resignation of Miss Elsie Leonard, Head of 
3   Halls and Commons be accepted with regret, to take effect January 
     1, 1921. 
               Adopted. 
           2.  That Miss Lelia White be appoint da Acting Head of 
     Halls and Commons bt aces1&ry rate of $2,800, beginning January
1 
     1921. 
               Adopted. 
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            3.  That room rent in the halls for the summer session be 
      increased. '5 to cover the cost of providing and laundering linen.
                 dopted, 
                 On motion &f Regent Perkins, recommendations 1 -3 
       inclusive, were adopted. 
               On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by R~egent Eimon, 
      the regents adopted the following recommendations of the 
                             TRUST FUNDS COMMITTLE 
           i.  That the purchase from the First Bank of Grantsburg 
      for the University Trust Funds of the E. A. Higgins mortgage, 
      03,500, three years at 7% on his 80 acre farm in Burnett County, 
      be approved. 
               Adopted. 
           2.  That the purchase from the First Bank of Grantsburg, 
      for the TrippEstate, of the Iver C. Johnson mortgage, $6,000 
      three years at 7% on his 80 adre farm in Burnett County, be 
      approved., 
               Adopted. 
               Business Manager Thorkelson reported for the Committee 
      on Constructional Development re plans for increasing the seating 
      capacity of the Stadium and plans for enlarging the Service 
      Building. 
                On motion of Regent Kohlfr, seconded '-y Regent Hammond-,
  Sit wias      VOTED, That the regents authorize the state architect 
      to proceed with the plans and specifications for the enlargement 
,    of the Stadium snd also for an addition to the Service building. 


 
            3.  That room rent in the halls for the summer session be 
      increased. '5 to cover the cost of providing and laundering linen.
                 dopted, 
                 On motion &f Regent Perkins, recommendations 1 -3 
       inclusive, were adopted. 
               On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by R~egent Eimon, 
      the regents adopted the following recommendations of the 
                             TRUST FUNDS COMMITTLE 
           i.  That the purchase from the First Bank of Grantsburg 
      for the University Trust Funds of the E. A. Higgins mortgage, 
      03,500, three years at 7% on his 80 acre farm in Burnett County, 
      be approved. 
               Adopted. 
           2.  That the purchase from the First Bank of Grantsburg, 
      for the TrippEstate, of the Iver C. Johnson mortgage, $6,000 
      three years at 7% on his 80 adre farm in Burnett County, be 
      approved., 
               Adopted. 
               Business Manager Thorkelson reported for the Committee 
      on Constructional Development re plans for increasing the seating 
      capacity of the Stadium and plans for enlarging the Service 
      Building. 
                On motion of Regent Kohlfr, seconded '-y Regent Hammond-,
  Sit wias      VOTED, That the regents authorize the state architect 
      to proceed with the plans and specifications for the enlargement 
,    of the Stadium snd also for an addition to the Service building. 


 
Regent ivlahoney submitted the following- 
                        REPORT OF THE C0Iv9,1ITTEE APPOINTED BY 
                THE BOARD OF REGENTS ON REPORT OF THE BO.AD OF VISITORS 
            The Board of Regentt agrees in the main with the various 
       recommendations of the Board of Visitors, and especially appreciates
       its conservative attitude on the question of finances. 
            It is self-eviden' that large appropriations from the 
       legislature are necessary if we are to relieve crowded class- 
       room conditions and crowded living conditions. It is to be 
       hoped that the next Legislature will recognize these needs and 
       make generous provisions for an extensive future building program
       and immediate relief for. Main Hall and the Chemistry Buildingo 
            It has not seemed feasible or possible up to the present 
       time to interest pajvate capital in dormitory building, though 
       the nMtter has been carefully considered. A third dormitory for 
       women and the initial unit in the men's quadrangle are highly 
       desirable, though they will only very slightly relieve congested 
       living conditions, especially if there is the expected increase 
       in enrollment this fall. 
            The matter of a shelter, pier and bathing-house for 
e     women has been referred to the Physical Education Department for 
      consideration and recommendation.    It is desirable that 
      comprehensive plans be made to meet the needs of all outdoor 
      activities before any building is undertaken for men and women. 
"t sIs it not possible that student sentiment has been sufficient- 
      ly aroused by editorials in the Cardinal denounCing tea-dances 
 OIL  and 'lounge lizards' so that this undesirable phase of social 
      life will regulate itself?   The same influence might well be 
      stimulated toward working for a simplified Pr6m. 
            Crowded and unsatisfactory living conditions tend to 
      aggravate the difficulties of regulating social conditions. 
      It is best that the students themselves through the S. G. A. 
      and Students' Senate regulatethese conditions, aid they can and 
      will do it if the sentiment of the leaders is properly directed. 
      Jxnother year, it is to be hoped, will stabilize conditions to 
      such an extent that social conditions will improve and outside 
      distractions will decrease,   Then, it is to be hoped, a more 
      serious intellectual attitude will prevail. 
                                         D.O. M1ahoney 
                                         Prances G. Perkins 
      January l9,1 1921.                 Peter Eimon 
                On m~tii~n of Regent Car~y, seconded by Regent Hammond, 
      it was     VOTED, That the report be received. and placed on file.
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A report of the faculty committee on the 
                       HOUSING AND RENT SITUJTION 
together with a supplementary report of Dean Nardin, was 
presented. (Copies attcached.- 
f       I At was 
On motion of Regent Mahoney, seconded by Regent Eimon 
VOTED, That the report be received and placed on file. 
                   REC0NJENDATIONS OF THE BUSINESS IMNAGER 
     1.  That F. X..Ritger be appointed University Purchasing 
LAgent at,2 800, beginning January 1, 19210 
         0Qom6tion of Regent Kohler, adoopted 
     2,  That a payment of -74412 be made to the War Depart- 
ment covering the loss of 3 pistols, 2 revolvers and. 1 holster, 
in accordance with the Survey Report submitted by Major John S. 
Wood., 
adopted., 
Anrft -tion of Regent Mahoney, secohded by Regent Butler, 
             3o That tfie I-e-a.e Of the Nilwaugke          tj :jBuldngb
        renewed f. fo 4v years, at )1800 plus improvelnents, repairs and.,
  . w   taxdas, withn pravision for purchase if option satisfactory 
        to the lExecutive Committee can be Secured. 
"IM A                 ..  Present rental $1800 plus improvements and
adopted., 
  repairs.  Taxes last year about $450; this year 
  n756.86e 
On motion of Regent Butler, second~ed. by Regent Kohler, 
     4. That a transfer of $2000 be made from Salaries and. Wages, 
 College of Engineering, to General Supplies, to cover moving into 
 new shops. 
         On motion of Regent Mahoney, seconded by Regent Kohler, 
adopted. 
         The Business Manager presented a request from the 
                         NATIONAL Y. W. C. A. 
for the use of dormitories and some class rooms in university 
buildings for their annual conference to be held in Aaugust.192. 
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A report of the faculty committee on the 
                       HOUSING AND RENT SITUJTION 
together with a supplementary report of Dean Nardin, was 
presented. (Copies attcached.- 
f       I At was 
On motion of Regent Mahoney, seconded by Regent Eimon 
VOTED, That the report be received and placed on file. 
                   REC0NJENDATIONS OF THE BUSINESS IMNAGER 
     1.  That F. X..Ritger be appointed University Purchasing 
LAgent at,2 800, beginning January 1, 19210 
         0Qom6tion of Regent Kohler, adoopted 
     2,  That a payment of -74412 be made to the War Depart- 
ment covering the loss of 3 pistols, 2 revolvers and. 1 holster, 
in accordance with the Survey Report submitted by Major John S. 
Wood., 
adopted., 
Anrft -tion of Regent Mahoney, secohded by Regent Butler, 
             3o That tfie I-e-a.e Of the Nilwaugke          tj :jBuldngb
        renewed f. fo 4v years, at )1800 plus improvelnents, repairs and.,
  . w   taxdas, withn pravision for purchase if option satisfactory 
        to the lExecutive Committee can be Secured. 
"IM A                 ..  Present rental $1800 plus improvements and
adopted., 
  repairs.  Taxes last year about $450; this year 
  n756.86e 
On motion of Regent Butler, second~ed. by Regent Kohler, 
     4. That a transfer of $2000 be made from Salaries and. Wages, 
 College of Engineering, to General Supplies, to cover moving into 
 new shops. 
         On motion of Regent Mahoney, seconded by Regent Kohler, 
adopted. 
         The Business Manager presented a request from the 
                         NATIONAL Y. W. C. A. 
for the use of dormitories and some class rooms in university 
buildings for their annual conference to be held in Aaugust.192. 
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          On motion of Regent Perkins it was 
          VOTBD, That the request be granted for the use of 
class rooms, but not for dormitories, if suitable arrangements 
can be made as to dates; the details to be left to the business 
managers 
          The Business Mvlanager discussed briefly the folloving 
 subjects uý)on w hich legislation is desired: 
    i. Tax increase from 3/8 mill to the equivalent of 58 
           mill.o 
    2. Door County. 
<Z2I3. Receipts from house re ts available for their upkeep. 
    4. Authority to transfer tempLorarily from 0perat.qn 
           to Revolving Funds and from one RevolvingJyun 
           to another. 
    5. Increases in UniversityE-extenion, County__Agr. 
           Representatjves* Soils and Branch Stations, 
           and transfer of Books and Apparatus from 
           University Fund to General Fund. 
          Regent Hammond was delegated to re.resent the regents 
at a meeting of the Alumni Association of St. Louis on Januar'y-22, 
1921 * 
           The secretary read. a letter from L. M. Hanks, president 
of the Central WIisconsin Trust Company, written in behalf of the 
heirs of Charles HI Vilas, offering a 
                        PORTRAIT OF DR. VILAS 
to the university. 
          On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Hammond., 
it was     VOTED, That the gift be accepted and that the secretary 
make suitable acknowle.dgment on behalf of the regentd. 
          VOTED, That S H.--G-oodnig-ht be permitted to elect cash 
for summer session service as follows: 
                         1910 A246.66 
                         1911'246 
4C, t  tk r 
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          On motion of Regent Perkins it was 
          VOTBD, That the request be granted for the use of 
class rooms, but not for dormitories, if suitable arrangements 
can be made as to dates; the details to be left to the business 
managers 
          The Business Mvlanager discussed briefly the folloving 
 subjects uý)on w hich legislation is desired: 
    i. Tax increase from 3/8 mill to the equivalent of 58 
           mill.o 
    2. Door County. 
<Z2I3. Receipts from house re ts available for their upkeep. 
    4. Authority to transfer tempLorarily from 0perat.qn 
           to Revolving Funds and from one RevolvingJyun 
           to another. 
    5. Increases in UniversityE-extenion, County__Agr. 
           Representatjves* Soils and Branch Stations, 
           and transfer of Books and Apparatus from 
           University Fund to General Fund. 
          Regent Hammond was delegated to re.resent the regents 
at a meeting of the Alumni Association of St. Louis on Januar'y-22, 
1921 * 
           The secretary read. a letter from L. M. Hanks, president 
of the Central WIisconsin Trust Company, written in behalf of the 
heirs of Charles HI Vilas, offering a 
                        PORTRAIT OF DR. VILAS 
to the university. 
          On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Hammond., 
it was     VOTED, That the gift be accepted and that the secretary 
make suitable acknowle.dgment on behalf of the regentd. 
          VOTED, That S H.--G-oodnig-ht be permitted to elect cash 
for summer session service as follows: 
                         1910 A246.66 
                         1911'246 
4C, t  tk r 
CL 
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The socret'ry reorted. that the faculty members of the 
                   RZIIT-2-ACULPY CONPLFL0CZ C01IITTT_-E 
had been appointed on DeceIhber 6, 1920. ?he follo+ing is the 
personnel of the corn ittee: 
             The President of the University, e: officio; 
             Regents:Buckstaff, Gary, Hammond, Jones, iJahoney, 
                     Miller, erkins; 
             Faculty: (elected) Beatty, Bohnson, Cerf, Corp, 
                     Gilmore, Guyer, Hcaake, Henmon, MIaurer, 
                     LMendenhall (ex officio), Bardin, Se4lery, 
                     Slaughter, Whitbeck. 
      President 2~irge iresented the reQuest of the 'Women's 
Progressive League for the use of the University Ccymnasi Um dn 
the nightodf February 3, for an address by 0. G. Villard., 
       It was stated that a student organization desired the 
use of the gymnasium on the same evening for the same speaker 
and had been refused because the date fell wi-thin the p-eriod. of 
the semester ezaminations. 
          Regent Trotttman moved that the recuest be granted. 
His motion w'ras seconded. by hegent Lichoney. 
           Called vote was taken, 
           Pegents votirng "aye"-Mahoney, Trottman. 
           Regents voting ."no": Butler, Eimon, Ha-mmond, Seaman
           The motion was declared lost. 
        On motion of Regent Hammond,, seconded by Regent Eimon, 
the meeting adjourned. at 12:30 p.m. 
                                 4F. MIicCaffrey, 
Secretary 


 
              THE UNIVERSiTY 0   7 \/ISCO0JSIIT 
 TO LIE UiIVERSITY FiACULTY: 
               The v ittee on Retiring Allowvances 
 is today distributing copies of its preliminary re- 
 port.  it is hoped that this report may be tallen up 
 for discussion at the meeting of the Faculty to be 
 held on January 10, 1920. 
               The committee hopes that you will give 
this important matter your serious attention.     The 
chairr-i-an will be glad to receive suggestions and 
criticisms made in writing in advance of the faculty 
meeting. 
                 C. I. COr,) 
                 F  1B. :'iORRISON,       ) Commrittee 
                              S~) 
                0. S. RUN;DELL, 
                                          ) 
                E. B. SKlINKR, Chairman ) 
December 13, 1920. 


 
  PRELIMINARY REPORT OF THE COiLiTTEE ON RETIRING ALLOUJANCES. 
                            The Present Situation. 
         On June 4, 1909, the University of Wisconsin was placed 
 upon the list of institutions associated with the Carnegie Founda- 
 "tion for the Advancement of Teaching. Under the original retire- 
 ment rules of the Foundation, teachers in the associated institu- 
 tions were to be retired at age 65 on half pay plus 4p400. All 
 Colleges of Agriculture, whether parts of associated institutions 
 or not, were excluded from the benefits of the Foundation. 
         Ten years of experience made it clear that the resources 
 of the Foundation were inadequate to carry out the original plans, 
 and after a prolonged discussion, in which University men all over 
 the country took a prominent part, the plans of the Foundation 
 were radically changed. The changes are embodied in a set of 
 rules adopted by the Directors of the Foundation April 22, 1918, 
 and published in the "Rules for the Admission of Institutions 
 and for the Granting of Retiring Allowances." 
         The new rules leave unchanged the status of teachers who 
were in service in the associated institutions on November 17, 
1915, and who will reach the age of 65 before July 1, 1923,  For 
teachers who become 65 between July 1, 1923, and June 30, 1928, a 
sliding scale was adopted by which the maximum allowance, half 
pay plus 40O, will become available at various ages up to and. in- 
cluding age 69. After June 30, 1928, the maximum allowance will 
be available at age 7-0 but the teacher may retire as-early as age 
65.  If he should retire at an earlier age, his allowance will be 


 
diinihsrhed by one-fifteenth for each year by which age 70 is 
  -t.-te.d.    It is further provided that the allowance for a 
  teachex reaching age 70 after June 30, 1923, who is unmarried, or 
  whose wife or husband is not living, shall be two-thirds of what it 
  would be otherwise. 
         o r all teachers in service on Norember 17, 1915, a dis- 
 ability allowance computed by the formula, - 
                       R :      A    (b15)+ 320   (A   active pay 
                               100                 b = years of servic-.o
 is available after 25 years of service as professor or thirty 
 years of service as Instr-uctor and professor.  A widow's pension 
 of one-half the allowance to which the husband was eligible at the 
 time of his death, either for age or disability, is also available. 
         Por teachers entering service after November 17, 1915, 
 "the free pension was withdravnm and a combined insurance-annuity 
 plan was adopted.  To carry out the new plan, the Teachers' In- 
 surance and Annuity Association of America was organized under the 
 lawvs of the State of New York, On November 20, 1918, the Trustees 
 of the Carnegie Foundation requested "that any institution now 
 ..ssociated with the Foundation which desires to be admitted to the 
 -ew privileges of the Foundation, including disability allowances, 
 i-hall announce its acceptance of the contributory system and the 
 pecific plan under which the institution itself will participate, 
 to become effective not later than January 1, 1920." 
                           The New Plan. 
         Under the new plan the teacher and the institution employ- 
 ing him are each expected to contribute annually a fixed percent- 
 age of the teacheris salary toward the purchase of an annuity from 
 the Teachers'Insurance and Annuity Association.    The Foundation 
 suggests five per cent from each. The insurance and ,-nnuity Assoe- 
 ciation guarantees that all overhead expenses will be cared for and 
 virtually promises Lt1 all accumulations shall be at the rate 
 of four and one-half per cent.  The Foundation will grant dis- 
 ability allowances to teachers who become totally disabled after 
having contributed for five years toward the purchase of an 
annuity, but reserves the right to withdraw this privilege from 
teachers who may enter the associated institutions after June 30, 
1938. 
        The Annuity and Insurance Association offers insurance at 
cost and places strong emphasis upon term insurance and a special 
2orm of decreasing insurance as furnishing the maximuom protection 
tt minimum cost.  These insurance policies are open to all teachers 
in higher institutions, whether on the associated list or not, who 
.'an pass the required physical examination, Full i~nformation may 
  Sobtained by addressing the Teachers' Insurance and iirnuity 
  3ssociation of Amerioa, 522 Fifth Avenue, New York. 


 
- 3.- 
The Cost of the New Plan. 
        The most important problem before your committee is that 
o0. suggesting some means whereby the teachers who  have taken 
service in the University since November 17, 1915, may be assured 
of retiring allowances.   When the committee began its work the 
4ew Carnegie plan seemed to be the only thing available.   It now 
appears that there is a possibility that the Joint Counmittee of 
tIhe 3enate and Assembly on Teachers' Pension Funds may reconrmend 
the passage of a lawv which shall be comprehensive enough to includ 
urdivrsity and normal school teachers. 
        W~hether the University shall elect to come under the new 
Carnegie plan or whether its members shall be provided for by 
State law, the cost is a matter of first consideration. 
        On October 1, 1920, there were in the University seventy-. 
seven members of professorial rank who were not in service in any 
associated institution on November 17, 1915, with salaries by 
colleges and divisions as follows: 
Letters and Science 
Physical Education 
College of Engineering 
College of Law 
School of Medicine 
College of Agriculture 
Extension Division 
                       Total 
094,300 
  6,750 
  39,000 
  10,000 
  9,600 
  47, 700 
  16,950 
224,300 
        On the same date there were 212 instructors who were not 
in any associated institution on November 17, 1915, with salaxies 
by divisions as follows: 
College of Letters and Science 
Physical Education 
College of Engineering 
Medical School 
College of Agriculture 
Extension Division 
Wisconsin High School 
                     Total 
$2000330 
  -14,4.00 
  52,; 850 
  27-,750 
  32.,602 
  39,990 
  13,900 
  381,822 
        It follows that if the University were to pay five per 
cent of the salaries, the immediate cost per annuxz would be 
For Professors 
For Instructors 
3.0, 306..10 
Total 


 
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        It is to be expected, ho:wever, that a large part, probably 
the gre.ter part, of the second item would be eliminated by reason 
of the fact that many instructors might not care to contribute 
d ring the- first years of service. 
        The total salary budget for the present year will give 
so:me idea of the ultimrte cost to the state. For the year 1920-21 
salaries will be paid approximately as follows: 
             For Professors                            1,190,000 
             For Instructors                             400,000 
                                                       1,590,000 
        If the salary list should remaain stationary, the cost 
per annum would increase iin the course of 25 to 30 years to the 
following fioares (approximately.: 
             For Professors                               59,000 
             For Instructors                              20,000 
                                                         79,000 
        Again <-e second item would probably be materially 
diminished but it is probable that increases in salary and in 
nuimer of tetchers would in time bring the total annual cost well 
above v 75,000. 
                      The College of Agriculture* 
        The teachiers in the College of Agriculture have never 
been under the benefits of the Carnegie Foundation, and thnere is 
at the present time no provision for retiring allowances for them. 
The University cannot, in justice, neglect the claims of tihese 
        whie   4ahes  hn.t e r c olbc-2 
men, while teacers in othe   colleges are eligible to substantial 
retiring allowances.   There are now sixty-two persons in the 
College -vTho were in service on Novem10,ber 17, 1915.  Of tniese, 
twenty are 45 years of age or more and have an average.salary of 
,4,277.50.   The average salary of this older group is more nearly 
what it will be at the time of" retirement than would be tihe 
average salary of a younger group.  If these men are to bo retired 
on half pay plus  400 at age 70, the accrued liability on their 
account is somevwhere betweenr1 085,000 and $95,000. The average 
saliry at retirement will probavbly Oe a.bove .  4,277.50, but this 
figure is used for statistical purposes since it is the only .one 
        For the remaining 42 teachers who are Under 45 years of 
age, the accrued liabi it  wold'e in the neirhborhood of 
-p60,O00 provided they all remain in service and their-average 
salary at the time of retirement on half pay plus 400 is 44,300. 


 
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It may be assumed, however,       :M, least one-fourth o  h e3 
yrounger teachers will leave the 2ervice of the University bsfure 
reaching the age of retirement. 
        Assuming an accrued liability of 40,000 to 1P50,0C0 for 
tlie younger group, we find a total accrued cash liability fo1' the 
College that lies somewhere between '125,000 and )145,000. 
                         The ±g1e for Retirement. 
        Your colmmittee desires to cal your attention to the 
difference in the age for retiremert under the rules of the 
Carnegie Foundation and the present rule of the Riegents by- vwhi~ch 
a teacher is retired at 65, unless asked to remain longer in 
service. For the teacher who    ae :n seavice on          I"ove ber
17, l915, 
and who reaches age 65 after June O, 1928, the retiring allow- 
     will be only two-thirds of tl.e maximum allowance of half gay 
plus q400. It seems scarcely just to requi%'e a teacher to re- 
tire at 65 on two-thirds of -he allowance tha.t he amight have 
were he allowed to draw his full salary to age 70. Some idesa of 
the cost of retiring teachers at ages 65 and 70 macy be a-Uined by 
noting that $7,957.10 are required to puro;1ase an annuity o0 one 
thousand dollars for a man aged 65, while only -A4,086.20 are re- 
quired to purchase the same annuity for a m"n aged 70. L- other 
words, the cost of retiring a body of teachers at age 65 is double 
tLe cost of retiring them at age 70. It would seem only justfor 
th, University to seek to make some arrangements whereby the 
dif±. e-rence can be paid to the teacher in case he is retired I.e-
for  reaching the age of 70. 
                           Disability Allowances. 
        All members of the group of teachers who were in the 
Unirersity on November 17, 1915, will be eiigible to disa_,N±ity 
allowance when they shall have conrmleted 25 years of service '-Lth 
professor.ial rank, or 30 years of  er'vice as instructor anla 
professor. For the group of teachers who have taken service 
since the datex.n-entioned, no provision exists whereby disiboility 
allowances may be granted. 
        ;,!hile no reiaable data regarding total disability have 
ever been collected, it is known that the cost of plroviding dis- 
abiJity allowances comparable to that of the new Carnegie plan 
would be relatively. small, probably not _more than JOI to <i!20 pe.or
year for each teacher. 
        There are now 377 teachers in the University, 287 profes- 
sors and 90 instructors, who have been in ser~vice 5 years or 
longer.  The cost of rasonably adecuate_ disabilit,' allowasnces 
f or 400 or 500 teachers would almost certainly be less thcn 
410,0o0 per year.  If the State cannot assume this burden, it 
  wo~d~anesymttrfo            he teachers themselves to finance it. 


 
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It is clear, however, that the administration Of such a fund 
wou ld be almost or altogether impossible unless contributions were 
made compulsory. 
                        Advantages of the Carnegie Plan. 
         1.  It furnishes a sure method of securing a retiring 
allowance. 
         2. The mode of payment of contributions is the most con- 
vCnient one. 
         3.  The Cost, together with the method of payment, brings 
 it within reach of the individual and the institution employing 
 him   A free pension system that would be adequate is hardly pos 
 sible by reason of its enormous cost. 
         4. For the next eighteen years, at least, the Carnegie 
 Foundation promises to the teacher who shall have contributed 
 for not less than five years toward the -ourchase of an annuity, 
 an tllowance in case of disability, 
         5. A contributory system of which practically the whole 
 cost is borne by the teacher and the university, should free both 
 from possible charges of outside domination. 
         6. The plan will enable any teacher, who begins as early 
 as age 30 or 35, to retire on an allowance which is practically 
 equal to that originally planned by the Carnegie Foundation. 
         All these advantages with the possible exception of 
 number four, apply to the Carnegie plan irrespective of the 
 agzency which administers it provided .the agency be a competent 
 one. 
                             Recommendations* 
          Your committee makes the following recormendations, of 
 which the first is not presented for faculty adoption. 
 Iv   Insurance. 
          i. Believing that insurance in the Teachers' Insurance 
  and Annuity Associatiion is safe and is cheaper than any that can 
  be purchased elsewhere, we recommend that members of the faculty 
  investigate carefully the advantages offered by the Association. 
  :Je would call attention to the cheaper forms of insurance such as 
  term insurance and particularly to the special form of decreasing 
  insur'ance, as furnishing maximum protection at nuirnium cost. 


 
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        6.  Vie reconInelnd that, whenever teachers who would be 
elieible to t   - rmaximum retill ing allowance at age 70, are retired 
at an earlier age, the University ,shall supplement the 1ounld- 
tion's allowance, to the extent t    a.t the full allowance, half pay 
pius ý'400, shall be available at retire1ment. 
III.  Disability Allowances. 
        1. \te recommend thirat tne Unirersity rake such arrange- 
ments as will enable any teacher who Laas contributed four not 
less than five years toward the purchase of an annuity, and has 
become totally disabled, to rece ie    disabiity a~loance on 
substantially the same terms as those promised by the Carnegie 
Foundation in Rule 4, p. 8, of the Rules for the Gr-t-,Eig of Re- 
tiring Allowances. n e believe that the amount accruin; from the 
forfeitures of the University's contribution on behalf of those 
teachers who may leave the service before they have --ia.de ten 
years' contributions, would go far toward meeting the cost of 
disability allowances under the plan proposed in this section. 
                          Respectfully submitted) 
                                 C. I. CORP, 
                                 W. iJ. EAD, 
                                 F. B. MORRISON,        ) Cormmittee 
                                 0.  S. RU'....LL, 
                                 E. B. SKI!hTERChairman) 
November 14, 1920. 


 
                  THE TTITTVETSPTY OF WISCONSIN 
                     I Historical Sketch. 
     In February, 1919, the University of Wisconsin com-miemorated 
the seventieth anniversary of its first recitationM-- a prepara- 
tory class which met, with Professor John W. Sterling as teacher, 
in a building on the site of the present city high school. With 
the next college year Chancellor Lathrop assumed the duties of 
head of an organized college. North Hall, the first college 
building, was occupied in the fall of 1851, South Hall in 1855, 
University (now Bascom) Hall in 3:860. 
     The early history of the University is that of a small 
institution struggling to meet pioneer conditions, political, 
social, and educa.tional.     The civil waar took nearly all of 
its students and almost extinguished its little income, which 
had come wholly from the proceeds of federal grants and from 
student fees.     In 1866 the legislature reotganized the 
University and its modern development begins with that date. 
     The first appropriation from the state was made in 1867 
an annual grant of about $7000 to replace income lost to the 
University by earlier acts of the legislature.    The first 
building erected by the state was authorized in 1870, when a 
grant of $50,000 was made to build a hall for women      now called 
Chadbourne Hall, after the president w~ho secured the agpropria- 
tion. 
      In the half century since 1870 numerous buildings have been 
 erected, whose present inventory value exceeds $4,00,000. The 
 first mill-tax:for the. support of the U~niversit~t-1/10 mill, 
 then yielding about $40,000 -was granted in 1876.    This has 
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the University at MýIadison.   The rate was raised to i/8 mill in
1883 and reached by various additions 17/40 nill, at w1hich rate 
it stood in 1900.      It was raised to2/7 mill in 1905, on a new 
valuation of property, and raised to 3/8 mill in 1911, where it 
rem-ained until 1920.     In 1919-20, the tax yielded about 
$i,526,000.     The University requested from the special session 
of 1920 an increase to an amount equal to 5/8 mill, corresponding 
to appropriations granted by that session.     A bill was passed 
raising such a sum by a surtax on incomes, but. the measure was 
vetoed. 
     The regents began the organization of the Univers'ty in,1848 
on the proceeds of the original university land grant of two 
townships from the federal government; this was the sole source 
of public support for the University until the state accepted the 
federal land grant of the Morrill act passed by Congress in 1862. 
;Ihese lands hoave all been sold and the income from the united fund 
                       mo-25000 annually     Direct grants of money 
 -mounts to only -about Iý2,00an    1 
 from the United States began in 1887,with the Hatth fund of $15,00C 
 annually4 for the agricultural experiment station.    Additional 
 grants have increased the funds designated for this purpose to 
 $55,000; and the University is also receiving nearly $130,000 from 
 the federal government for agricultural extension and vocational. 
 education.     All of these direct grants of federal money, amount- 
 ing to $185,000, go for experimental work in agriculture and agri-_ 
 cultural extension, etc; besides these the University receives. 
 $25,000 from the second Morri£1 Act of 1890, which is available for
 teachiing.                                                    . 
    The receipts from students have increased from about $7000 


 
-.q 1870 to nearly '$956,000 in 1920"    Of the latter Sum about 
$430,000 is for room-rent, boars, and l    32ortory fees in repayfaent 
of cost of cheuicals, etc.      The jncome from farm salles, etc,,-, 
about $400 in 1870- was r cre tnh    20GanCn , 2 
     The number of students in regular colleg courses has 
 increased at a singularly uniform rate.     There were less thanl 
 150 in 1870$ 324 in 1880, and the number has somewha.t more than 
 doubled every ten years since that time, reaching 7,294 in 1919- 
 2 0-- a rate of grow-th far exceeding that of the population of the 
 state.   In the same year there were also 3,749 surm-ner session and 
 short-course students and 13,124 students enrolled in correspondence 
 courses. 
       The successive presidents since 1866 and a few of the 
  notable... eatures of their adfdministrations are as follows: 
       Paul A. Cha-dbourne, 1867- 1870; reorganization of University; 
  courses in law) agriculture, and engineering started; building of 
  Ladies (ChadbourneI) Tall; grant-of $7000 annuallY for general- 
       John H. Twombly, 1871   1874;  grant of sta' e t  0: of10,000 
   annually. 
       John BascOm, 1874- 1887     great eduCational and financi%1 
   advances; 1/10 mill grant, 1876A raised to 1/8 mill, 1883; 
   appropriation for Science flall, 1875; Asseffbly (now lllusic) Hall, 
   built 1879; coeducation fully established; pharm~acy course started, 
   1883; short course in ,griculture, 1885; first farmers' isiue 
   1885; summner school for teachers, 1887; prepara~tory work given up, 
       o  1½,r~ee students in 1887, 505; Science Hall burned Deceymber,,
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1884, and rePla-ced- by group Af buildings, not completed uat1l 


 
     Thomas C. Chamberlin, 1887    1892- internal rer or   tLg  2 
of Uni.verJsIy on present basis; regular r)-"r-duate instructo2 ..-
gun; first Ph.D. granted, 1892; rapid growti in coll;je students. 
reaching 1092 in 1892; university extension b1gu-   389-0; con-]-eri 
tion aLnd equipment of buildings replacing old               9rce , gY2nW
of 1/10 mill for six years, 1891, to be used for bu.Hc igs. Hru:a, 
Smith Hall, 1892. 
     Charles K. Adams, 1892- 1902;    development of the institution 
along university lines; organization of graduate study carried out; 
su=mmer session of University begun, 1899; course in commverce, 1900. 
numerous buildings, chief lamong them the Library for Historical 
and University libraries, the finest building erected by the state 
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except the new capitol; also Qymmnasium/ Law Building, 1894, 
Engineering Building, 1900; additions to income by various.grants, 
reaching a total of 17/40 mill; regular college students, 2600 in 
1902. 
     Charles R. Van Hise, 1903    1918; gre* t growth and rapid 
development of University in all directions; university extension 
made important part of university work, beginning with special 
grant of $20,000 annually in 1907, now over $200,000 besides fees; 
agricultural extension greatly developed; bra.nch agricultural 
station established; two years of medical school begun in 1907; 
graduate school organized with dea~n;  orga~nization of courses in 
journalism, chemistry, and training of_ teachers; mill tax of 2/7 
mill in 1905, increased to 3/8 maill in 1911; mi~ny buildings 
erected, chief among these Agricultural Hal!l, 1904, follow~ed by 
six other major buildings for agriculture; Chemistry Building, 1905 


 
          fl.909 -al!, 1 E0;arnard .t½l, 1912    y 
          -"all                      11-12; ilolngy  -- 
  W.sconsin High School, 1914; Physics conomics Bui'½' 1918; 
  regular college students over 5000 in '1916-17, decre.rsirng in 
  following years of waor. 
       Edward A. Birge,  since December 4, 1918;   authorization ofJ 
  four-yea.-r medical, course by legislature of 1919; establishmaent 
  of Wisconsin General Hospital by special session of 1920 and 
  appropriation for.its erection; educational opportunities 
  (soldier bonus) act of 1919, bringing over 1,300 students from 
  former soldiers to the University and about 2,100 for corres- 
  pondence and extension study; regular college students 7,294 in 
  1919-20. 
                    II The Present University 
      The preceding sketch shows very partially and imperfectly 
 how the University has developed in less than te     qarters of 
 century from a small college, teaching to a few students the 
 learning of the standard undergraduate course, into an institu-w 
 tion so great and so complex that a mere enumeration of its 
 activities would fill pages.     It also appears that most of this 
 development has come in the last half century and with increasing; 
 rapidity as the years have passed.      it is not possible to givc 
 a picture of activities so numerous and so widely distributed; 
 they can only receive a general classification and enumeration. 
 Such a stateiient is necessarily misleading in dome ways, for it 
 implies that the Tarious classes of activitti~es are separated in 
 fact as they are in the list, whereas they are all going on at 
the s.a~ne time and .are cooperating in a most intricate fashion. 
     The total cost of operating the University in 1919w20 was 
about $3,481,000; only about one-halif of this sum comes from 


 
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taxes, as will appear later in this account.      The operat c 
budget of the current yea-r, 1920-.21, is Dbout twenty per cent 
larger, owing to necessary increases of salaries as well as to 
larger cost of labor and materials.      This increase was made 
possible by the appropriations granted by the special session 
of the legislature in 192O. 
     . lWork for the state at l arge independent of students 
        at Miadison. 
     A. University extension, including correspondence study, 
in which more than 13,000 students are registered; the depart- 
ment of debating and public;Xdiscussion; the department of group 
and community service, including lectures, visual instruction, 
municipal information and health; medical extension; the main- 
tenance of local cei ters for organization and teaching, in 
Milwaukee, OsThkosh, LaCrosse, Superior, Eau Claire, amd. Wausau. 
The total cost of this work is over $330,000. 
      B. Agricultural extension.     Here belong boys' and girls' 
 clubs; county agricultural representatives (now in fifty countie.,; 
 farmers' institutes; land clearing, dairy tests; home demonstra- 
 tion agents; home economics extension.     Besides the numerous 
 persons vhnolly employed in these enterprises, many others give 
 part time regularly to this type of work.      Its total gross 
 coat is estimated at $341,000. 
      C. Specific investigations of direct economic importance. 
 These include the agricultural experiment station; the branch 
 experiment stations (Ashland~, Mairshfield, Spoonier, Hancock, 
 Coddingtonl); demonstration stations (Douglas County, Rusk County); 
state laboratory of hygiene; pharmaceutical experiment station; 


 
the forest products laboratory (chiefly maintained by the federal 
government); also experimental work in engineering and medicine. 
"The total cost of ths clhs ss f worlk ay be es tl at e t abbout 
$263,000, of which $229,000 are for agriculture. 
       It appears therefore that gross expenditures aggregating 
about $934,000 for annual operation in 1919-20 are of a kind 
which are in general indepen-dent of the number of students at 
11adison.     If to this sum. are added the fair proportion of cost 
of general administration and of operation of physical plant the 
sum would be nearly one third of the total annual expenditures 
for operation. 
      2. Work directly or indirectly for students at Madison. 
      A. Operation and maintenance of general administrative 
arid business offices for president, regents, tegistrzx, purchasing 
agent, bursar, accountant, editor, etc.    The total cost of these 
in 1919-a20 was about $136,000. 
      B. Operation and maintenance of physical plant.      This is th- 
operation and upkeep of buildings and grounds at Madison; heat, 
light, janitors, ordinary repairs, care of roads, etc.      The 
total cost in 1919-20 was about q408,000, of which about .100,000 
was for maintenance.      This sum includes this type of expenditur- 
on all buildings at Madison whether used for teaching or for pur- 
poses listed under heading 1. 
      C. Care for students' welfare, including dormitories, and 
commons ($216,000) ; student health -infirmary and. clinic; 
athletic exercises, games, and sports; social affairs -dean of 
men and dean of women.      Some of these activities, like athletics 
and clinic, grade into teaching, so that exact estimates of cost 


 
arc impossible.    The total cost is not far from 1370,000. of 
:ich  uabout '316,000 comle from, receipts of dormitories, 
  xfetcria, g~aes, health insurance, etc,-r 
     D. Teaching, including research directly associated. with 
_p.eartmelnts whose ma'in object is teaching. This is the great 
central function of the University, including graduate, under- 
graduate, short course, and summer instruction.      Over 11,000 
students registered for these courses in 1919--20, and nearly 
1,200 students completed courses leading to degrees or certifi- 
cat es. 
      This work is a:Ainistered in five grea~t divisions, the 
colleges of letters and science, engineering, and agriculture, 
and the schools of law and raedicine.     The graduate school in- 
cludes the gra.duate work of a.ll these divisions, and the summer 
"session has also its own organization for th.at p art of the work 
o0 J ecach college which is given in summer.   The teaching in eacch 
2 the larger main divisions of the University is    rganized into 
courses, like those in commerce or education or civil engineering, 
-.'-ere the waork leads to definite occupations or professions. It 
iE everywhere organized into departments for purposes of adrainis- 
tration and also for general education, so that a student who is 
not seeking a definite preparation for a specific profession may 
select a major study from some department. 
      There arc ten definite courses associated with the college of 
 letters and science, chemistry,comrejunliphray 
 teaching, library work, music, manual ar~ts, physica~l education, 
 and the course for normal school graduates.      These special 
courses had about 2,250 students in 1919-20; while the general 
course leading to the B.A. degree contained about 2,650.    In 


 
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  engineering there %re five courses, Cii --, mechanical, electri 
  cherkical, and mining engineering.    There were 1,119 students u-A 
  engineering in 1919-20.     In agriculture there are included the 
  long course in agriculture (561 students) and home economics 
  (273 students); and there are also the two-year course (108 
  students) and the short course in agriculture (536 students). 
  The law school (179 students) and the medical school (142 stu- 
  dents) are not further subdivided. 
       There are important activities associated with these 
 divisions of teaching and research.       Chief of these is the 
 general libr-ry with its branches and the special libraries 
 associated with various colleges and schools.       These cost for 
 operation about 337,000 and for books about 3)27,000. 
      Mlost of the research in these divisions of the University is 
 done by teachers who give to classes the number of hours standard 
 in univer'i*o,and this research can not be se-oara.ted from teach.. 
 ing.    There are also certain special] provisions for research 
 not of a directly economic and practical kind, and therefore not 
 named before.     Such is the Washburn Observatory,. and such are 
 the research professorships in physics and applied botany.     Some 
 of the special research work in agriculture is also of this type, 
 like that on foods, in genetics, etc.      The cost of these 
 activities may be estimnated at about 339,000. 
      If we deduct from the gross operation budget of the 
U~niversity for 1919-20 (33,481,000) the sums here estimated as 
used for other* purposes, we have left a sum approxim~ating 
31,680.,000 as the cost of departmental teaching for the 11,O000 
students registered in full year and shorter courses.      In this 
teaching is included the cost of college acdmiinistration, labor, 


 
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supplieC  apparat---us,-labor-Ntories  etc; there is also included the 
cost of rese rch not specifically assigned but carried on coordin- 
ately with teachine;. 
     It has already been stated that only part of this gross suna 
for operation   nearly $3,500,000- comes from taxes raised in 
the State of Wisconsin,      In 1919-20 the total receipts of the 
University for all purposes, including receipts .or operation 
and more than q200,00O for maintenance and capital, were as fol-. 
lows:   Approximately '956,000 carne from students, $50,000 from 
interest, more than "209,000 from the federal governmentsover 
$80,000 from gifts, and $485,000 from sales, lectures, games, etc. 
These items aggregate "1,780,000, leaving as the State's contri- 
bution '1,926,000 of the grand total of receipts approximating 
q3,707,000, or somewhat over fifty per cent.      The amount. coxn- 
tributed by the state to the operation budget in 1919-20 would 
therefore be a little more than one-whalf of the total sum. 
     Two striking facts appear from this story:    First, the steady 
and rappid growth of the University as a teaching institution .at 
Madison.      This development is shown by the increase both in 
the number of students and in the kinds of teaching.       It is 
shown especially by the addition in recent years of numerous 
professional, technical and semi-technical courses called out by 
the needs of modern society.       The second and even more signi- 
ficant fact is the enormous development of work done for the state 
at large, including extension teaching of persons not otherwise 
members of the University, often carried on in cities other than 
Mdadison; experimental work for the general adva.ncement of the 
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agencies for making the results of experiment and research effec- 
tive in practical. affairs. 
     These facts show the intimate relation which has grown up 
between the modern University and the modern State and the great 
extent and *variety of the service which the University performs 
for society.      It is clear that the demand of society for such 
service is rapidly increasing; but it is also true    - and the fact 
ought never to be overlooked     that along with the evolution of 
these new functions there has been a parallel growth and advance-. 
ment of those more general types of education wvrhich have always 
been the duty of a university. 
Madison, Wisconsin, 
JTanuary 12, 1921. 


 
                                                          January I0, 1921.
   President E.A. Birge. 
   The University of ;Yisconsin. 
   71Y dear President Birge: 
        In response to the request of the Regents for a report from this
office 
  on lodging house conditions, the chief item of interest being rentals raid
by 
  S-tudents, I take    as    in submitting herewith the following datai 
       The request   avi ng reached us only. a faw days before the beginning
of the 
  Christmas holidaws, we had no tine to rake a complete survey of the situation
  as we did at the beginning ol last year. Our rocedure therefore was to
get 
  out -a brief questiownnaire (see copy attacised) and to get from several
large 
  -and representative classes %what we believe to be a good average of replies
from 
  students.  It is probable that a greater number of replies would not materially
  alter the  erages gimen here. Thin the kindness of I'fr. iachester and
his 
  staff of freshman  nglish teachers, -M e got replies from a large majority
of the 
  "freshman class of the rniversity, both sexes and all colleges. Thru
Miss 
  x:rlatt's cooperation, we received replies from several advanced classes
of 
  home economics ..omen. Professor 'Kie:dhofer very obligingly had replies
made out 
  in his large classes in economics la and ;b in ,+rich tihe stu dents are
chiefly 
  L & S sophomores and ijulniors with a sprinkling of seniors. These
seemed to us 
  to be three representative _rours which would not overlap. This work had
to 
  be very hurriedly done since midse-ester examinations andd the beginning
of the 
  holida2ys threatened to interfere r iit, it. 
      After discarding from the replies re~eived all those Of students w~ho
live 
with their ra~enrts n the cit~y, also defective ans-ers w~hich de classification
very uncertain, w~e had 2081 ep2.ies for use.  Of these, 1560 were from the
men 
and 521 from the vrom-en. Qf 1those received from the w~omen, 138 have bseen
omitted, 
vihich indicated that the 'writers lived in dormitories. There seemed to
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   little point -i attesMting to compute what 6tudvnt' in barnard and Ghadbourne
   Halls were paying whon a simple schedule of the prices there is vastly
more 
   conclusive. The catalogue statement of these prices is as follows    
   ' "The prioe 
   for the college year of a single room in either Chadbourne or Barnard
is .$00; 
   of a room accormodating two, $75 per person; of two rooms in suite accommodating
   two, Ioo per person, and for rooms in Barnard Hall, fifth floor, 475."
       Only in the cases of women living in dormitories and sororities did
we find 
  replies which indicated that payment was made by the year or by the semester.
  In sororities, the few renlies of this kind were as follows: 
                       Women Paying by the Semester. 
  in Sorority FHousess. 
  Singles           1  woman         4 75.00         Average   75.00 
  Doubles          18  women        6520 
  Totals           19---6wo7en       148.50"65.71 
      In all other cases, prices were quoted by the month and by the week.
For 
 l.urposes of comparison, we have reduced all to the weekly basis.      Here
the av- 
 erages run as follows: 
                       Women Paying by the Week. 
 Two or mors in a room: 
 Private houses   206 wor-en          856.50        Average  $ 4.16 
 Sororities        54   "             225,75            "*418 
 A  rtments       20   " 
 Two or more in 
    Sa room      280 women          41165.00        Average e 4.16 
 S ingles: 
 Private houses  77 wmen3 57.50                      -        4.64 
 Sororities       5   -               19.50            "      3.90 
 A"artments    .2     "         .     13.26               "
 Sig les        84  women          " 390.26         Average $ 4.65 
                      - 'en Payin.g by the Week. 
Zwo or more in a roo~m: 
Dormi tories     76 men            $ 238.0O0        lverago  3.13Z 
Private houses  871  ,,            $2917.75            "t    3.35 
Fraterni ties   152  -             $ 593.m5            ,        ~ 
Artets         123  -I   "- 4S3~                      "      3.93
Two or more in  --                   4  .5.                      3 
    a room     1222 "              $4232.75        Average  $ 3.46 


 
                      T'elen Paying by the Week. (Con'Td1 
  Sing! es. 
  Dormitories       17 men          $  65.00          Average  $ 3.82 
  Prýivate houses  266  -           p1073.50             "  
   4.04 
  Fraternities      14  "          4   58.25             "    
  4.16 
  A_2n0ts           41  ".25                             " z  
   6.35 
  Singles          338 m~n          l1457.0(         Average   $ 4.31 
                                S YJMARY 
  Totals., men,   1560             $1689,75          Average     3.65 
  O     ,    .women., 3645'                6Aerage             .4,27 
  Totals, men 
  and women       1924             $7245.01          Average   $ 3.77 
       The fact which stands out most strikingly in the above tables is the
cheap- 
  ness of dormitory lodgings as compared with those of private houses, fraternities
  and apartments. Under dormitories for men, probably the Y.M.C.A. dormitory
is the 
  only one listed. Its prices, like those of Barnard and Chadbourne for women,
are 
  cheaper than any others. By apartments are meant the Mahoney Apartments,
the 
  Bachelor Apartments, the Pearson and possibly one or two others. In these
cases, 
  the highest prices prevail. it is thus clear that the policy of _ermitting
the 
  business of hcaasing students to pass into the hands of apartment house
promoters 
  would place the heaviest financial burden on the students. University dormit-
  ories for men, on the other hand, woald unquestionably house several hundred
  students at a rate much cheaper than they are now paying outside, even
in prIv- 
  ate houses. 
     Notwithstanding the influence of Barnard and Chadbourne Halls, there
is ev- 
 idently considerable difference between the prices paid by men and those
pai d by 
 woren off the campus. Por double rooms, the average of 280 women is j4.16
per 
 week, of 1222 men it is $3.*46 per week, or a difference of   0.7n per week.
 For 
Singles, 84 women are averaging $4,65,and 538 men are averaging A.3l lper
week, 
or a difference of $.34 per week. Unquestionably, howvever,.t~he inclusion
of the 
inmates of Barnard and Chadbourne Halls would lower the women's average.
     The prices are somewhat in advance of those given in the report irade
last 
year. At that time the average price being paid by 3300 men was $3.05; the
above 
figires show 1560 men paying an average price of -ý3.65, an increase
of 4O.60 
per week. 


 
          fTnl onnection vAith the subject cZ te  rL-es paid fo -lodgings,
I take 
     pleasure in submitting a consideration of the conditions under which
students oh-- 
     tain board and the prices paid for same. This part of the report waa
prepared by 
     Professor Hastings for our committee In Tovember; hence the information
is 
     applicable to present conditions. 
          igort on Conditi ons thdUer Whtich UniversiV StudentsObtain Board
        In accordance with tbs r-quest of tbe Committee on Student Life and
   Titerestr. an attempt has been made to gain some inf'1rrMtion concerning
the 
   conditiona under which the students secure their meals. Complaints which
bad 
   comO to the Committee on Student Life and Interests in regard to the time
during 
   which it vas necessary to stand in line at the various cafeterias formed
the 
   basis for the request. 
       In order to secure information concerning this and other phases of
the 
  boarding problem of the university, cards were prepared which carried the
  following ques ti onst 
       Place at which meals are obtained. Boarding House, Cafeteria, Fraternity,
 Home, Sorority, Working for Bard. 
      If meala are secured at a cafeteria, the average timre wraiting in
line for 
 breakfast, lunch, supper. 
      The cost per week. 
      Professor IXiekhofer kindly permitted us to place cards in the blue
books to 
 be used in an exa'uination given to his class in Economics la, The class
consists 
 of 2nd and 3rd year L & S students, largely. Approximately 600 cards
were 
 ret~urned to us. Th number ia large enough so that the data reflect in a
truthfti 
 -ma-nner the conditi~ons under whic.h t~he students of the College of Letters
end 
 Science are securing their food. 
     Simila-r information was also collected from the class of the undersigned
in 
A~ricultura1 Dacteriolo~gy 1, a group f approximatelyv 20X) students. The
nmjority 
of the group are 2nd year students in the 4~ and 2 year courses in agriculture.
Less than 110% are wiowen. 
     The data collected from the t.o- groups will be pre~ented in percentages
rther 
than In actual numbers.   It Is belCieved that the number in each group is
great 
                        'I                           . 


 
  en,-ug~h te be a fair picture of tha - entire                   t c.f -
. - ~e-sity. 
                           PartE I 
       Whief1e 1Board is Obtained and the Cost per Week. 
       Th1 f111o' l ing svrarnaiy presents the A a ýa with reference
to the preoort½on 
  cf stuidents securing beard at the various Xaces. 
  Peroentage of sttudents     L    S             ..gri cultural 
  i'ope....ng boardi ng at:                             j 
                                                        "1940 
 Boarding House 
                              :           :              53.2 
 *Cafeteria                    38.7 
                             :            :            I 21.6 
 Praternity                    16.2 
 Romee                         12"9                                
   / 
 S3orority                      9,40 
 Working for board              7.2 
      The data vi th refereince to cost of board at various places are presented
in 
 the following t-ble- 
              Pe.,;enta  D'itedofStudentswth                    to Cost of
Board 
     -----~---                L   S  Stzuien t_             _ _ _ __    _
_ _ _ _ 
 Coat per Week    Boarding   Sorority   Firaternity  Cafeteria   All   Agricultural
         -----.Iose                                                    Students
 5.00     6.00  :    7.2   ;                              3.5     4.3   :
  6 
 5.00     7.00      47.0   ;     12.5 -;     5.5   -     10.0 0  I.2    
   5 
 7.00    8.00   :   37.0   ;     81,0  ;    74.6   :     32.0  : 431    :
49 
 8.00    9.00   :  17.4    ;      4    ;    17.0         28.0  :21t8    :
 15 
 9.00   10.000:     1.4    ;      2    ;     2.8   -     13.0     7.2   :13
 10.00  11.00   -                                  :     10.5  :10,0    :
 12 
 11.00  12,00                                              *.0  -0.25   -
 15.00                     ;                       .     0.5       0.25:
 1. w    8.00      79.4f        94..        82          459      60.5   
  60 
A2~eve   8.00      2 0..6        6.         19.8        54.,1    39.5   
  4:0 


 
        The data show that approximately   one-half the students boarding
at 
    cafeterias hawe   to stand in line over 15 minutes at each of the two
PrjnciM! 
    meals of the day. Since it is probable that about one-half of the entire
    student body boards at the cafeterias, it fellows that one-fourth -the
students 
    are subject to this experience each day. it certainly cannot be said
to be a 
    desirable or satiefactory condition when 2,000 students are standing
in line for 
    30 minutes each day fer lunch and supper. To thIs time should be added
the ,rach 
    Shorter time required to obtain breakfast vhlch has not been considered
in draft- 
    ing "11A report. 
        A remedy for this cond!itUon is not clear, especially if the cafeteria
plan 
   is extended. A greater number of people will be served at lunch than at
any 
   other meal.  If present facil~Vies perin1ttedc, probably almost all would
elect to 
   lunch between 12 and 12:30.  The actual time spent in serving would not
be over 
   45 minutes and the dining rooms would be in Use for the same period.-Due
to the 
   congestion that now obtains, those vho can, come early, others late. The
results 
   are that the serving staff Ts busy and the dining rooms occupied for a
much 
   longer period than would be the case if each could secure lunch without
incan- 
   venlence at the Particular moment most Satisfactory to him. 
       It would seem that an extension of the cafeteria service of the university.
 Is desirable, not in Its present iocatiobh, but en the western portion of
the 
 campus. The development of the hospitals, the removal of the engineering
college 
 In part and in its entirety later, and the gradual movement westward makes
such 
 an extension desirable. Another factor is the location of rooms for studentz.
 The development of additional dining facilities at the eastern end of the
campus 
 possibly in connection with a Union Building, will not tend to make the
students 
 move westward for rooms.. By providing dining facilities west of the new
medical 
 group, this gi'-cp of buildings would be served, sa would the College of
Agriculture 
with its five or SiX hundred short_ course students, the O~llege of Engineering,
the 


 
nivorsity iHigh~ School r'it a place for lunch for its pucoils, and  ne great
factor whih keem    the strident fronm going westwarj for rooms would be
removed. 
     Thne deve.omen- of the Posp~als will bring rny people to the western
camnus for short periods.   Tnese would be served by such a cafeteria. If
prIvat3 yarties cannot be intereste   in such a development, the university
should place such an item in its building program. 
                                       Eo G HSTINGS 
                                           Cbairman eubcommittee on 
                                           Living Conditions and Hygiene


 
     Opportunity Is also taken at this time  present a report on fraternity
and sorority house conditionsi The inspection, which was undertaken in croform.°
ity with Regent action of last year, vas made by Miss Hamilton, for the office
of the Dean Of Men, and by M.fr. J.B. O'Connell, plumbing Inspector for City
Bu*i(, 
ing Conmissioner Dean. The t-c0 inspectors worked together and found the
cooperO 
ation mutually advantageous. 
                  Report on ConditionsJ in SororityvanA F raentayj     V^uees
     The Inspection was made to ascertain following facts with regard to
tonviitir 
 in fraternity and sorority houses, (a) cleanliness, especially of kitchens
and 
 basements, (b) supply of toilet facilities, t-c) conditions of plumbing,
(d) light- 
 Ing and ventilation of study and sleeping quarters, (e) means of exit, e6pecially
 from third floor in case of fire. The following houses seemed to the inspectors
 to be in such good condition as to need no criticlsm on any of these points:
 Sororitiese: Achoth, Altha Chi Omega, Alpha Gawma Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi,
Alpha 
 Phi, Alpha ]i Delta, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta, Gamma Phi
Beta, 
 Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Kappa, 
 Fraternities: Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Psi,
Lambda 
 Chi Alpha, Norwegian House, Phl Delta Theta, Phi Gamm IDelta, Pei Upsilon,
Sigma 
 Chi, Sigma Wu, Sigma Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau  apraE Epsilon, Theta XI.
                         Criticisms on Women's 1Houses. 
     The Alpha Delta Phi has a toilet in the basement which is not an entirely
separate compartment. It is located within and ventilates jnto a vegetable
room. 
     The Chi Omega house has two rooms which it is iThpossible to light properly.
     The Kap~pa Alpha Theta house has a basement toilet entirely unventilated.
     The Eappa Delta house has a toilet bowl in the basement which is loose
and 
allows th~e excape of sewer gas. 
     The Kappa KTappa (Gama house has a bad @ak from the kitchen sink which
allow; 
grease to accumulate on the walls and floor of laundry in basement. A number
of 
toilet bowls are loose. The fire escape is only a ladder. Basement very disordex


 
         PM 74r house just recently taken. Second story fl~or loose aind
dusty. A 
    basement toilet not ventilated to Outeide. Very poor -i tchcn sink. Two
lavae- 
    ories with enclosed plumbing.       ,                 I 
                          Criticisms on Men'    9uouses. . 
        Acacia house rooms large and we"I-1ighted bu; the toilet on
the third floor 
   is bad and the stairway to the third flor is io5r. 
        Alpha Ciii Sigma house:, the bath rooro ,  ingy  as if poorly   g
 the base- 
   ment toilet is not a separate compartment and a toilet bowl on the second
floor 
   is loose. 
        Alpha Sigma Phi: Toilet in basement not a separate compartment; a
loose 
   toilet bowl on third floor. The house looked very well kept. 
        Beta Theta PI. ITouse good except that it seemed very dark.  Possibly
did ntlt 
   make enough allowance for the fact that it was a dark day. 
        Chi Phi: One toilet in basement entirely unventilated; others ventilated
only 
"s pipes--sanitary inspector said not well ventilated. lo fire escape
and only one 
   poor stair from the third floor.   It urnst be almost impossible to keep
the floors 
   in the third story clean as they are very open. 
        Delta Kappa Epeilon: Kitchen sink needs a new trap. The gar-bage
retainer 
  and the bench on which it sat were very dirty. The third floor rooms are
small 
  and crowded but I believe most of the men #leep in a dormitory. Stairways
not 
  firm. Only ladder fire escape. 
       Delta Sigma 'hi: Third floor toilet room not ventilated. Rooms seem
crowded 
  and ill -ventilated. 
       Delta Tau Delta-. Serving room sink not good. Sanitary inspector objected
to 
  location of grease trap and a basement toilet. With these e~ceptions, house
is 
  very good. Sleeping and study arr-angs'e~ments are almost perfect. 
       Delta Upsilon: Rooms small, crowded and not well arranged. Has a very
at- 
  tractive basement dining room. 


 
       Garm  Tau Beta:  Rooms s.mall and crowded- floors poor; kitchen not
very gr^ 
  A made--over house and not very w-ell done. 
       ifappa Sigma: Basement very disorderly. Basement toilet bad. Bathroom
on 
 second floor ventilates into dormi tory. 
       Phi Alpha Delta: Basement toilet not a separate compartment. 
       Phi Beta Pi:  Third floor toilet in poor conditlon.   Rooms rather
dark. 
       Phi Delta Phi: Ki tchen poorly lighted and not very clean. 
       Phi Kapps Psi: !o fire escape and only one very poor and narrow Stairvay
 from second to third. A fire trap, 
      Phi Kappa Sigma: Serving room sink bad. Kitchen dark and poor. 
      Pi "/appa Alpha:  Kitchen sink bad, maids' toilet unventilated.
"ot enough 
 toilet faci i ties. 
      Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Kitchen sink bad 
      Theta chi: Vegetable room not properly Isolated from toilet, a spring
lock 
 would remedy difficulty. One very narrow stairway only exit from dormitory
where 
 there are 25 beds. 
      Theta Delta Chi: Sanitary° inspector objected to enclosed plumbing
to 
kitchen sitnk. 
      Triang!e house:  Bath room ventilated into dormitorles. Needs fIre
 escape from the dormitory 
     Zeta* Pi: Kitchen sink bad. 
     In general the basements are rp-erly kept, even where no special mention
has 
been made of this fact. There were only three houses whose basements were
as 
clean and orderly as they should be, the Alpha Phi, Alpha Omicron Pi qnd
the 
Pt Beta Phi 
                                     Resprectfully submi tted, 
                                                          Dean @f en 


 
SUPPILEMENTARY REPORT 
                                 on 
                PRICE CHANGES IN R OOMi RENTS OF WOMEN STUDENTS 
 President E. A. Birge 
 University of Wisconsin.                      January 15, 1921, 
 Dear Sit: 
           I herewith submit a supplement to the general report 
 on housing, this supplement dealing with the movement of prices 
 f.rom M ay, 1920, when most prices were supposedly agreed upon be-. 
 tween householders and this office, and the present date. 
 Proportion of Mhaximum Rents. 
           As prices of commercial lodgings stood at the begin- 
 ning of this year, the percentage of rooms rented at maximum 
 prices was high.  Of 520 double rooms, 
      91 at $10 a week (Semester of 20 weeks)     17.5%. 
 Of 340 single rooms, 
      31 at $6 a week (Semester of 20 weeks)       9.1%*. 
Slightly below these maoximum prices, but equally expensive when 
the values were compared were the following: 
      54 double rooms at $9 a week   ..0.#.. . ..0V 
      77 single rooms at $5 a week  .2....       . .22.3 
That is 28.8k, of doubles were undesirably high, and. 3!.8% of 
single rooroms, 
      To these numbers should be added also the rooms at Gath Inn 
                      11 doubles at $12.50 a week 
                      18     ~   &  $6.25 a-week 
The prices in this house wede not approved, but owing to the fact 
that the owner continued her efforts to sell so late that it was 
impossible for the housing committee to find other lodgihg for 
the students, the housing committee thought best not to reconmmend 
that the young women be removed from Gath Inn. These high prices 
the forty students paid during the first semester, making the 
total percentage of high double romns 30.5 per cent, and of high 
singles 36.8. per cent. 
         These proportions were plainl alarming, but the 
situation contained one reassuring element   -there was a margin 
of vacant rooms. 
Prices Secretly Changed. 
          In our dealings with Gath Inn the owner had insinuated 
that some house-holders were really charging a price higher than 
the one they had named to the Dean of men. At the tikme there 
was no way of investigating the truth of this rum or.   In October, 


 
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when the lists of young worsen in all houses were on file in this 
office, we began investigating this recurring rumor. As new 
students were called in for their usuallconferences each was asked 
what rnom-rent she was paying, These inquiries Showed that some 
prices had been changed.  The most flagrant offendier Was MArs. 
Phyllis Frawley, 620 Langdon. Mrs. Frawley admitted that she 
had made the following increases: 
         Price given May 20         PFice Charged       Increase 
              $3     (s ing.le          $4.50              50% 
              3.50 (single)              4.00              14% 
              10.00 ((d oable) e1.0000 
              5.00 (single)              6.00    "20% 
              5.00 (single)              8.00(made double) 60% 
              8.00 (double)              9.00 012% 
              6.00 (single)              6-00 
              5.00 (single)              6.50              30%, 
              5.00 (single)              6.00              20% 
              8.00 (double)              9.00012½% 
              8,00 (Double)              9.000 
              8.00 (double)             12.75 (3 in room 
                                             two paying $4,50 
                                             each, the 3rd, 
                                             $3.75)        59% 
Mrs. Frawlpy rented a room that had not been approved and could 
not be approved, in present condition, as a student room for $9.00, 
for two students. 
         In one case, the increased rent was disguised as 
"gifts", one young woman bestowing a "gift" of $40, another
of $20. 
         Although the intent was the same, the procedure varied, 
The owner of one house made various excuses for postponing in- 
spection and the setting of prices. When her prices were finally 
given, all were high and two were above the maximum. These last 
she was induced to lower and the lower prices went into effect for 
the semester then current. Another woman whose prices were above 
lim-its when warned to reduce them, agreed rather to have the young 
women removed, and they were placed in rooms of r aasonable price. 
Reductions in Price. 
         Three house-owners lowered their prices for the semester 
then current when advised by the Dean of v/omen that their prices 
were too high. During the course of t~e semester eight houses, 
effecting ninety-eight students, agreed to reduce the second 
semester prices. After prolonged negotiations, the lawyer in charge 
of Gath Inn agreed to a Cotnsiderable reduction in rates for the 
second semester, though prices in this house are still too high. 


 
           Throughout the first semester we have made continual 
and fairly successful efforts to educate the women students to 
buy more carefully for the second semester.   Three Whole hoUse 
groups protested to the house-mother. One house-mo0ther agreed to 
reduce prices, and the whole house-group will remain with her the 
second semester. h any women are leaving the high priced rooms9 
However, it is prac-toically certain that there are st'ill many 
students careless enough in their eand reckless enough 
of the general interest, to fill many of thesQ vacant rooms. 
But it is likely that some of the high priced rooms will remain 
vacant and will convince the reluctant owners that such prices. 
cannot long be maintained. 
          in addition to educating the young women, the Dean of 
vJoiaen sent letters to the parents of students-in the two most 
offending houses, Gath inn and Mrs. Frawley's, stating that the 
Housing Committee considered the prices the daughter was paying 
twohigh, and urging the general injury which such prices caused. 
Parents have e:.pressed their appreciation of the information. 
How many removals will result from these letters it is as yet 
impossible to say. 
         The s'tubbornr resistance to the downward movement of 
prices seems to center in a smallgro up of women in the Lake and 
Langdon Street region, mQst of whom- own their houses. It seems 
likely that these women have agreed to stand together against any 
reduction. They trade on the traditional preference of some women 
for this particular locality.   Individual women have said that they 
cannot reduce prices until "the others" (for this term we have
been unable to get an exact meaning) lower their prices. 
         Probably, in order to break th'is combination, it may 
be necessary to recoimiend that all students be removed from one or 
more of the most offending houses. 
                                   F. LOUISE 1AFDIN, 
                                         Dean of Women, 
                                  Assistant Profussor of English 


 
S/              GU-- iVIEET i1G OF THE EXECUT.IVE COMITTEE 
                           iviadis on, Misqionsir 
                      January 28, 1921; 2:00 p mt 
      PRESENJT: Tgentns Hamnond, Horlick, Butler; President 
                Birge, Business Manager Thorkelson, Secretary 
                McCaffrey.                               , 
                RECQOI.-NDATOT5ONSFrF THE PRESIDENT 
                     -letters and Science," 
      1. That Mr. David 'Ihite, chief geologist 'of the United 
 States Geological Survey, be appointed lecturer in geology to 
 give a series of lectures in the second semester; colmpensation 
 $O00; to be charged to unassigned instruction. 
         Adopted. 
       . That Lowell J. 1Ragatz be appointed assistant in history 
 for the second semester o l920-21, salary $250 for the semester; 
 charged to budget of department of history, 
         Adopted. 
     ,,- ). That Hyl1v7a   Snashal_ be appointed student assistant 
 in Zoology for the second semester of the year '920-23, salary 
 ,125 .or the semester; charged to budget of depart ent of zoology, 
        Ad otted. 
     4. That the stipend of Veata Vincent, Carroll Colle" e Scholar
for the year 1920-21, be transferred from the budget of letters 
anrd science to the budget of the medical school - $250. 
        Adopted. 
                            -Agriculture- 
  I  . That the fresignation of H. M. Jones, county agricultural 
representative ofRusk County, be accepted to take effect February 
1, 1921; that MJr. Jones be continued in charge of the Conrath 
demonstrat ion stat ion until July 1, 191 attes,      rt    fcm 
pensation - $o50O per an .....ni,n twelve months' basis. 
        Adopted. 


 
S/              GU-- iVIEET i1G OF THE EXECUT.IVE COMITTEE 
                           iviadis on, Misqionsir 
                      January 28, 1921; 2:00 p mt 
      PRESENJT: Tgentns Hamnond, Horlick, Butler; President 
                Birge, Business Manager Thorkelson, Secretary 
                McCaffrey.                               , 
                RECQOI.-NDATOT5ONSFrF THE PRESIDENT 
                     -letters and Science," 
      1. That Mr. David 'Ihite, chief geologist 'of the United 
 States Geological Survey, be appointed lecturer in geology to 
 give a series of lectures in the second semester; colmpensation 
 $O00; to be charged to unassigned instruction. 
         Adopted. 
       . That Lowell J. 1Ragatz be appointed assistant in history 
 for the second semester o l920-21, salary $250 for the semester; 
 charged to budget of department of history, 
         Adopted. 
     ,,- ). That Hyl1v7a   Snashal_ be appointed student assistant 
 in Zoology for the second semester of the year '920-23, salary 
 ,125 .or the semester; charged to budget of depart ent of zoology, 
        Ad otted. 
     4. That the stipend of Veata Vincent, Carroll Colle" e Scholar
for the year 1920-21, be transferred from the budget of letters 
anrd science to the budget of the medical school - $250. 
        Adopted. 
                            -Agriculture- 
  I  . That the fresignation of H. M. Jones, county agricultural 
representative ofRusk County, be accepted to take effect February 
1, 1921; that MJr. Jones be continued in charge of the Conrath 
demonstrat ion stat ion until July 1, 191 attes,      rt    fcm 
pensation - $o50O per an .....ni,n twelve months' basis. 
        Adopted. 


 
/6   _       2. That Leo Schoepf be ap]iointed       agricultural repre 
       sentative for nusk County-, beginning February 1' 1921, at the rate
       of $2200 persannum, twelve month'      $s, divded as follows=; 
       $1700 Univers ity$500oCunty; in place of H. M. Jonesresigned. 
               Adopted. 
            3. That 5. Fred Thomas be appointed county agricultural rep-
       resentative for Waukesha C0unty, beginning February 1, 1921; sal-
       ary at the rate of $3500 per annum, twelve months, basis, divided
       as follows:  $1700LdUniversity, $1800 County; in place of J. E. 
       ~tal11ard, resigned., 
            4. That, in Order to bring the salaries of the county agri-a
      Cultural representatives under the plan adopted by the regents, 
      the fol0"owing changes be made, to take effect January 1, 1921:
              Oscar Gunderson, Vilas County; total, $2400; University, 
                                $1700; County $700. 
              B. F. Wood, Kenosha County; total', $2000; University, 
                               $1700;-County, $300. 
              Adopted. 
           5. That I. S. Fish, assistant in agricultural engineering, 
      Sbe changed from onehalf to three-fJ-urths t2me, and his salary 
      increased from ,)60 to $100 a payment, beginning with the fifth 
      S ameliet; increase $240 to be charged to salary of Mr Elliott, 
      resigned. 
              "Adopted. 
                                 -Med ic ine- 
           I. That the salary of Agnes Reid, assistant professor of 
     nursing and superintendent of hospitals, be increased from $2000 
     to the rate of $2500 a year, beginning January 1, 1921; provided 
     in the budget. 
             Adopted. 
          2. That Fran~ces V. Kupperman be changed fran half-tUme to 
   / Squarter-tjme assistant in physiology and her salary placed at 
   S $150 for the second sexiester of 1920-21. 
             Adopted. 
          3. That Marguerite I. Crosky be appointed half-time student 
     assistant in physiologyr for the second semester of 1920-21, at a 
     salary of $275 for the sejilester; to be charged as follows: $125 
        balace alay  _ss K~uppernan' $100 balance salary Elliott trans-.
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       ferred to Interdepartmental Social Hygiene fund; and $50 unas- 
       signed funds medical school. 
              Adopted, 
           4. That the salary of LJ.ic    n  be increased by $3500 for 
      his work in the university hospitals, beginning February ' 1 1921;
      same to be Charged to fund 10-A (fees for his special work); also 
      that his title be made director of physical therapy in the univeri-
      sity hospitals, and that he be assigned an assistant at from $100 
  V [ to $125 a m'nth from fund 10-A. 
              Referred to the Board,, 
                                 -Engineer ing- 
           1. That E. T. Donovan be appointed student assistant in 
/5-3  machine design for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary 
      of $250 for the semester; to be charged to unassigned instruction.
              Adopted. 
           2. That G. H. Head be appointed student assistant in chemi- 
      cal engineering for the Second seimester of 1920-21, at a Salary 
      of $250 for the semester; to be charged to unassigned instruction.
              Adopted. 
                                 -Extens ion- 
           1. That J. A. Book be appointed to conduct an evening class 
         accounting problems, Mkilwaukee, at $10 a meeting; total, not to
      exceed $180, to be charged to 2 AR. 
              Adoptec. 
              5That J. D. iehl be appointed to conduct an evening class 
  II  in business nglish, Milwaukee, at $5 a meeting; total, not to 
      exceed $90, to be charged to 2 AR. 
              Adopted. 
           3. That H. E. Ihlenfeld be appointed to conduct an additional
  I    Irclass in accounting, Mrilwaukee, at 15 a meeting; total for this
      class, not to exceed $90, to be charged to 2 AR. 
              Adopted. 
           4. That R. J. Llair be appointed to conduct an additional 
      class in accounting (bookkeeping), Miwuea         7.0ameig 
      total, not to exceed $135 for this class, to be charged to 2 A?. 
              Ad op ted. 
- 3 -. 


 
             5. That the resignation of Marion Corse, assistant and 
        f1"ield Organizer, be accepted to take effect November 8, 1920.
                Adopted. 
             6. That J, W, Jackson beappointed assistant and field or- 
        ganizer, beginning January 31, 1921; salary $1700 a year, twelve
        months' basis, to be charged to appropriation for Marion Corse, 
        res igned, 
                Adopted. 
                                -Phys ical Educat ion- 
             1. That Mirs. Gilbert Smith be continued as part'time as- 
       sistant in physical education for the second semester of 1920- 
       21, at a salary of $325 for the semester, charged to contingent 
       instruction, letters and science. 
               Adopted. 
            2. Tnat an appropriation of L200 be uade for additional 
       clerical help in the off ice of the director of the women's ge-"
       rL    for the second semester of 1920-214 charged to contingent 
       instruction, letters ard science. 
               Adopted. 
            3. That Blanche 'l, Trilling, associiate professor of physi-
            Seducation ard director of the women's gymnasiu'm, be granted
       'leave of absence for the first two Weeks of the first semester 
       f 192!-22, with the understanding that arrangements will be 
       made for her work by rembers of the department, 
               Adopted. 
                                   -General- 
            1i That Euth L. Johnson be granted a l.egislative scho-arsi-p
     - 
       for the first seLrester of 1920-21. 
               Adopted." 
            i~resident ,Lirge presented an extract froma the records of the
      regents establishing thle 
    together w:it~h a financial statement o& the fund.; also a letter
S     from Professor Hohlfeld requesting that $7b0 ofthinoeb 
      used to help pay for -the __rnting of a hintor_ of German litera.-
      tue trans late   in this countr v  r   rd   yPofso B. Q. 
      M < o r g a n .               - - - . .                    - 
           Pco action taken. 


 
             5. That the resignation of Marion Corse, assistant and 
        f1"ield Organizer, be accepted to take effect November 8, 1920.
                Adopted. 
             6. That J, W, Jackson beappointed assistant and field or- 
        ganizer, beginning January 31, 1921; salary $1700 a year, twelve
        months' basis, to be charged to appropriation for Marion Corse, 
        res igned, 
                Adopted. 
                                -Phys ical Educat ion- 
             1. That Mirs. Gilbert Smith be continued as part'time as- 
       sistant in physical education for the second semester of 1920- 
       21, at a salary of $325 for the semester, charged to contingent 
       instruction, letters and science. 
               Adopted. 
            2. Tnat an appropriation of L200 be uade for additional 
       clerical help in the off ice of the director of the women's ge-"
       rL    for the second semester of 1920-214 charged to contingent 
       instruction, letters ard science. 
               Adopted. 
            3. That Blanche 'l, Trilling, associiate professor of physi-
            Seducation ard director of the women's gymnasiu'm, be granted
       'leave of absence for the first two Weeks of the first semester 
       f 192!-22, with the understanding that arrangements will be 
       made for her work by rembers of the department, 
               Adopted. 
                                   -General- 
            1i That Euth L. Johnson be granted a l.egislative scho-arsi-p
     - 
       for the first seLrester of 1920-21. 
               Adopted." 
            i~resident ,Lirge presented an extract froma the records of the
      regents establishing thle 
    together w:it~h a financial statement o& the fund.; also a letter
S     from Professor Hohlfeld requesting that $7b0 ofthinoeb 
      used to help pay for -the __rnting of a hintor_ of German litera.-
      tue trans late   in this countr v  r   rd   yPofso B. Q. 
      M < o r g a n .               - - - . .                    - 
           Pco action taken. 


 
REQ 0MMJLEINDAT IONS OF THE BUS IiSTESS MANAGER 
          inTat the lease for the University Extension Building 
  at Milwaukee be approved. 
          Adopted. 
       2. That the follwving TRANSFERS be made: 
            School of Education  $100 from LectureS, Concerts 
                                 and Convocations to Office 
                                 Supplies. 
           S Hygienic Laboratory -$300 from Chemicals to General 
                                 Supplies, 
                                 $ 75 from Apparatus to Furniture. 
         Adopted. 
      S 3. Thaththe olan'nof the Che stry De*parLtent to manufagture 
            ora ch~ericaSduring , the  umme , charges to be carried on 
 store account, with sales fromi store to departments to cover 
 expenses, be approved. 
         Adopted'. 
      The Bus  ess lanager iade verbal report on 
             Statistics for state universities; 
             Miethod of filing bills against the state 
               f or services in the university hospital; 
             Thievery at the university. 
     The following paynients were approved from the 
               UNIVERSITY TRUST FUNDS INCUL-: 
Anna T. Kitchel---kiary I. Adams Felaocship in English .... $54.46 
J. B. Haley   --.--C. K. Adams Fellowship in Greek -  .     54.46 
Carl Lerium-MaruggC. K. Adams Fellovshii' in History 's.5782 
Vohn VW, Nash ....   K. AdamIs FPel1ows41p in History         57.82 
Paul Mueschke ....-'S0- Guuc SchoUArsp                     27.23 
Howard L. Sroith---Jac1sn Professors*ii2 of Law         .00.00 
F5 


 
REQ 0MMJLEINDAT IONS OF THE BUS IiSTESS MANAGER 
          inTat the lease for the University Extension Building 
  at Milwaukee be approved. 
          Adopted. 
       2. That the follwving TRANSFERS be made: 
            School of Education  $100 from LectureS, Concerts 
                                 and Convocations to Office 
                                 Supplies. 
           S Hygienic Laboratory -$300 from Chemicals to General 
                                 Supplies, 
                                 $ 75 from Apparatus to Furniture. 
         Adopted. 
      S 3. Thaththe olan'nof the Che stry De*parLtent to manufagture 
            ora ch~ericaSduring , the  umme , charges to be carried on 
 store account, with sales fromi store to departments to cover 
 expenses, be approved. 
         Adopted'. 
      The Bus  ess lanager iade verbal report on 
             Statistics for state universities; 
             Miethod of filing bills against the state 
               f or services in the university hospital; 
             Thievery at the university. 
     The following paynients were approved from the 
               UNIVERSITY TRUST FUNDS INCUL-: 
Anna T. Kitchel---kiary I. Adams Felaocship in English .... $54.46 
J. B. Haley   --.--C. K. Adams Fellowship in Greek -  .     54.46 
Carl Lerium-MaruggC. K. Adams Fellovshii' in History 's.5782 
Vohn VW, Nash ....   K. AdamIs FPel1ows41p in History         57.82 
Paul Mueschke ....-'S0- Guuc SchoUArsp                     27.23 
Howard L. Sroith---Jac1sn Professors*ii2 of Law         .00.00 
F5 


 
         The following bills were presented, audited, approved 
and ordered paid! 
Dec. 29i 
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6520 
6521 
6522 
6523 
6524 
6525 
6526 
6527 
United States Rubber Co.Crutch tips 
Milwaukee Drug Co.         Whiskey 
E. M. Tiffany              Travel 
J. A. James                  IT 
Geo. C. Humphrey             ,, 
Andrew IV. Hopkins 
J. G. loore                   ,, 
H. L. $ussell, 
J. L. Gillin 
J. G. Puller 
G. Ricordi & Co.           Music 
Samuel T. Mendum           Travel 
  It  If    1i fI 
M. E. Diemer 
Three 'F" Steam Laundry 
Pratt & Lambert 
National Distilling Co. 
N. A. Anderson 
Marshall C. Graff 
R. Lawson Wise 
G. E. Zimmerman 
Harry Glicks man 
R. B. Duncan 
Win. viiedrich 
Chester Allen 
Mira E. York 
Edith E. Hoyt 
H. L. Miller 
J. C. Elsom 
Edward M. Gorrow 
Benno W. Meyer 
W. H. Severns 
L. D. Herrold 
Sam A%. MAarsh 
Edgar B. Gordon 
Chester Allen 
1'. 1. Derthick 
J. 7. Powell 
N. A. Anderson 
F. 0. Reed 
W. H. Motz 
Harolf F. Connors 
Winifred Carberry 
R. vI. Blaclnun 
Bruce M11cKay 
Walter E. Stuckert 
Margaret G. Roepke 
John IW. Powell 
Keystone View Co. 
R. B. Duncan 
  Phot os 
ColLaundry 
  Varnis# 
  Alcohol 
  Travel 
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    IT 
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    It 
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IT 
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Refund 
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Mioving tables 
Slides 
Travel 
   6.09 
 35.62 
 25.23 
 20.79 
 40.07 
 10.48 
 9.83 
 29.20 
 6*29 
 32o9l 
 2.37 
 2.97 
 18.77 
 7.05 
 671,05 
 39.83 
309.46 
28.32 
40 *58 
41.59 
  7.08 
  34.72 
  15.45 
  19.73 
  58.30 
  77.63 
  1.66 
  39.27 
  41.22 
  29.23 
  28.32 
  21.13 
  31.32 
  32099 
  88,88 
  56*67 
  27.47 
  3o55 
  16.67 
144.00 
11 .27 
14.41 
20.47 
65.42 
  8050 
  8.00 
  9.00 
  29.30 
  3.71 
  6.62 


 
6528 
6529 
6530 
6531 
6532 
6533 
6534 
6535 
6536 
Geo.. M. Briggs 
S, L. Luther 
G.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
Acct. Mildred Hagerty 
T. L. Bewick 
"H. L. McMurry 
i.. E, Dieiner 
.IT   tJ  IT 
6537   " "T V T  T 
6500   V. E. Brubaker 
686G   C. P. West 
654(   L. F. Graber 
6541   Gustav A. Sell 
6542   T. H. Campion 
6543   A. J. Lonsdorf 
6544 V4 , M. Bewick 
6545   E, V. Ryall 
6-546   _... Diemner 
6547   The Bour Co.. 
6548   Arthur E. lHagen 
6549   Chas. H. Ward 
6550   H, aE.Diemer 
6551   University Co-op.Co. 
6552   James H. Iurphy 
-6553  G.,L.Gilbert, Bursar 
6554 WT1ilder D. Bancroft 
6555   Ira S.. Griffith 
6556   H. oF,. Wilson 
6557   G.,L. Gilbert, Bursar 
       Acct. of SiMPendum 
6558   Loyal Durand 
6559   E. M. Tiffany 
6560   J. R. Price 
6561   Frank L. Clapp 
6562   W. A. Titus 
6563   J..P. 01Conxnor 
6564   J. V. Powell 
6565  Gordon F. Daggett 
6566  R. Lawson Wise 
6567  S. W. OGilman 
6568  Vim. IH. .Motz 
6569  Vim  Miie drich 
6570 Chester Allen 
6571  Robt.V . Keyes, Jr. 
6572  Sam A. Marsh 
6573  F  C   Blood 
6574  Jas. I. ia -ot-t 
6575  G.LrGilbert, Bursar 
         Acot.of E. !Mliller 
6576  R. S. oMicCaffery 
Travel 
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Films 
Phdtos 
Films 
Slides 
Prints 
.Travel 
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  -TV 
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Prints 
Coffee 
Refund 
SSkeleton 
Slides & PrintE 
I ot ebooks, padis 
Cattle 
Refund. 
Lecture 
Travel 
  TI 
  IT 
  Ti 
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IT 
Correcting assi 
Travel 
  TT 
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  IT 
  I T 
Iy 
19.84 
33.16 
       35.75 
       25.57 
       22.42 
       9.70 
       24.65 
       23.05 
       21.20 
       2.65 
79.23. 8$1;25 
      73.54 
      20.94 
      9 9.0o7 
      i11.34 
      42.90 
      10.56 
      51.71 
      28.70 
      66.00 
        1.00 
      105.00 
      39.05 
      37.50 
      940.00 
      922..72 
      42.00 
      40 6 & 7 
      23.27 
      11.46 
        9.46 
      15.63 
      47.01 
      43.61 
      11-68 
      11.18 
      18.60 
gn.    9.38 
      28,93 
      44.81 
      12.14 
      23.81 
      26.52 
      19.11 
      38.83 
      33,51 
      7.49 
      71.83 
      101,24 
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6625 
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6628 
The -hub Clothing Co, 
Assn. of Land-Grant Col. 
Anna G. Birge 
Hancock Inspirator Co. 
The Pierron Pottery Co. 
Automot ive Elec.O., 
Frank S. Betz Co 
The WISConSin Engineer 
World Boot Co. 
Crandcal1 Packing Co. 
Liouena S. Findorff 
C. H. Stoelting & Co. 
Standard Oil Co. 
John Deere Blow Co. 
Grimm Book Bindery 
The Patterson-Kelley Co.I 
J. L. Mott Iron Works 
Chas, H. Besly & Co.. 
New York Store 
The Automatic Pile Co.    ] 
Aie r.aInst.of Mlin .& M et. 
The Academy of Pol.Science 
WMn. Berger & Co. 
National Housing AsstCh. 
G.E. Stechert & Co. 
Central Scientific Co.    ( 
fallaghan & Co. 
B. H. Sargent & Co. 
Pat terson's Armer.Ed. 
        D)ictionar y 
 The Automatic File Co.    I 
 The Architectural Review  E 
 Addressograph Co.. 
 0 *Q Electric Co.         I 
 Brown & Sharpe Mfg.Co. 
 E. F. Boetcker 
 Swartchild & Co.         E 
 H. T. Draheim             C 
 Kansas St.Agric.College   I 
 Alex.Kornhauser Co.0 
 Hoskins MIfg.Co.          p 
 A. Hoffman                F 
 A. J. Nystrom & Co. 
 E. I. Neuenfeld-t 
 vilkens-_-n-Le-Ison  Co. 
 Chas, -i~lrs C.I. CcI    (: 
 Qc~uld. Stera~ve (Ct.     F 
 Henry PcsAw-ii -..(     I 
Arthur Ot-i                : 
Schaar & Cc.              T 
Julius Aa~drae & Sons Jo. I 
W., T. Ainswor~h & §01s15 
P . Vi A p l             Q 
Coats 
Dues 
Rent 
Valves 
Saucers 
Carburetor 
Bottles 
Maga z ine 
Intelligence tests 
Machine parts 
Typing 1is t s 
Tests blanks 
Coupons 
Keys & spurs 
Folders 
Hot water heater 
Sinks 
Grinder & repairs 
Cork carpet 
Desk tray set 
Books 
  '7 
Chairs 
Subscription 
Books 
Ionductivity Cell 
Books 
Thermometers 
Books 
"Furniture 
subscription 
"Purniture 
Battery 
)aws & Hardware 
Cabbage heads 
'name1 
.orn 
?amphlets 
'oweling 
ibbon 
Progs 
lap s 
'rogs 
'r!nI maasmiir SZe 
latteries 
ab. Supplies 
a its 
)he rmometecrs 
,amns 
,am~ Seed.      6.0 
eed. 
   15.60 
   75.00 
   150,600 
   39.60 
   15.00 
   24.75 
   4.62 
   10.00 
   6.40 
   20 *98 
   37.50 
   9.07 
   10.00 
   6,23 
   12*50 
   389.00 
   300.00 
   120*38 
   5.50 
   5.94 
   10.*00 
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   139,50 
   5000 
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   "70.65 
   4.50 
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   5,00 
   4.95 
   9.15 
   56.75 
   5.00 
   33.55 
   15.00 
   37.50 
   16.07 
   15.10 
   18,00 
   50.00 
   25.00 
   0,06 
   18.14 
   85.86 
   6.09 
   38.50 
   67,50 
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6689   Chat. H. Bosly & Co.      Hardware 
6630   The Dow Chemical Co.      Chemicals 
6631   G. Co Gordon              Corn 
6632 Marshall -ield & Co.        Linoleum 
6633   Hunter Press Ba-reau      Clipping service 
6634   Thomas Chas. Coo          Parquetry 
6635   H. F. Connors             Repairs 
6636   Wisconsin Office Su.po.   M lachine parts 
6637   Carnegie Steel oc.        Steel 
6638  Funk & Wagnalls Co.        Books 
6639 IMIadison Blue Print Co.    Prints 
6640  Frank A. Gaiser            Publication 
6641   John Schrader             Threshing clover 
6642  L.H.Barber CreameryT 
           Supply Co.            Thermometers 
6643  American Duroc Jersey 
          .ssociation            Registration Fees 
6644  Henry Feckhelelm           Buttermilk 
6645  Albert Pick & Co,          Knives 
6646  Keeley Neckerman CoM.      Dry Goods 
6647 Narragansett Mlach.Co.      Locks & bolts 
6648  John V. Farwell Co.        Dry Goods 
6649  Scott Bros. & Co.          Moving piano 
6650  A. G. Spalding & Brosl.    Athletic Goods 
6651  John Gallagher Co.         Rental d  chairs 
6652  Theo. Benst                 1VAte mice 
6653  Edd. Korb                  Rabbits 
6655  Eugene Dietzgen Co.        Office supplies 
6654  City of Maadison           Chaging pipes 
6656  Digestive Ferments Co.     Chemicals 
6657  General Chemical Co.       Chemicals 
6658  John Wiley & Sons         Books 
6659  Eastman Zodak Co.         Chemicals 
6660  Conklin & Sons Co.         Ice books & cemen 
6661  Crane Co.                 Mmhine parts 
6662  D. Appleton & Co.         Books 
5663 M1autz Bros.               Paint & glass 
5664 Harloff-Loprich Ele'.Co, o Electric fixtures 
5665 Houghton Mifflin Co..      Books 
5666  Hoffman Feed Co.          Corn & Oats 
5667  General Paper & Supply Co.Paper 
5668  Ginn & Co.                Books 
5669  Democrat Printing Co.     Subscription & cai 
5670  Wisconsin Foundry & -ach.Col Motors 
5671  Central Scientific Co.    Jars & Weights 
5672 N~orthwestern Purniture Co.Furniture 
5673  Kreh & Son.               Hardware 
5674  Kleuter & Co.             Salt 
5675  Burdick & Murra~y Co.     Rugs 
5676  Wolf? Kubly & Hirsig       Eardware 
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    119.08 
    12.00 
    7.00 
    7.25 
    46.55 
    42 .78 
    42.50 
    163.64 
    83.81 
    133.61 
t 179.50 
   184.97 
     5.68 
     24.47 
     19.74 
     69.42 
   514.55 
   42.49 
   49.00 
rds 13.50 
    89.00 
    88.01 
    190.63 
    12.25 
    35.05 
    321.44 
    139.50 
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18.00 
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9.60 
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2.00 
11. 24 
12.50 
18,98 
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L. 1. Gilbert            Contrac 
J. S. Hipple             Travel 
Wi7M. H. BordLen 
The Univ. Investment Co.Rent 
J. J. QUan 
F. J. Clapp              Trevel 
Jesse .. Day 
S. o. Gilman 
2. Ii. Lescohier 
vFillis Wiser 
1.1arshall C. Graff 
J   7. iPo-well            " 
La=mience E. Blair 
Benno1.V7%. "1%leyer      " 
Louis E. Beber             IT 
Guy C. Wertz 
iiillis Wisler             ,, 
Edna 2. 4alker 
Sadie A. iculty          " 
H. (". Clark 
J. N. Kav<<naugh          , 
Elbert G. Bailey 
. K. Spreiter 
F. L. aM-,usbaZch 
E. J, Malloy               ,, 
John J. Schommer 
Lecture Bureau Pay Roll 
Verona Creamery Roll 
State Printing Board     Printine 
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6708 Alrmour & Co.             Tablets 
6709  University Co-op Co.     Paper 
6710   Wiscojsin Type.Co.      Adjusting machine 
6711   Burdick & IMurray Coo   Flannel & Pins 
6712  The Capital Times Co.    Advertising 
6713  Library Bureau           Folders 
6714  Automatic Ilec.Co.       Auto repairs 
6715  Supt. of Public Broperty Delivery of cots 
6716  Manual Training MeI agazine Subscription 
6717  H. G. Lroncke Hdwe.Co.   Stove bolts 
6718  Castle & Doyle           Lime & stucco 
6719  The Robert Hom Co.       Valves 
6720  E. P. Dutton             Books 
6721  I4ner.Society of 
       Mlechanical Engineers   Subscr iption 
6722  American 'Water Works 
           6stsociation        Subscri ption 
6723  Anmericanr Statistical 
             Association       Book 
6724 oiner.Journal of Public 
       Health                  Book' 
6725 Amer..Lcad.of Political      + 
       Science 
6726   aul B. Hoe her 
Jo nrn-1z1 
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    15.00 
    22.16 
    423.90 
    30.00 
    51017 
    9.20 
    88.12 
    13.07 
    1.91 
    47.88 
    63.38 
    10*66 
    30.34 
    18939 
    27.01 
    14,88 
    19050 
    24.50 
    52*48 
    26.14 
    24.60 
    18.88 
    36.16 
    158.82 
    19.26 
    853.31 
    326.44 
  1799.27 
  161.59 
  1537.57 
      .54 
      2.20 
      1.00 
      2.18 
    12.00 
    60,30 
    10.11 
    4.75 
    1.50 
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    4.84 
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  Geo. I. Jones           Book 
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  Sharp & Smith           Forceps 
  American Veterinary Sup.Co.Forceps 
  The U.S.Infantry !ss'n. Books 
  D. Appleton & Co. 
  Amer .Guernsey Cattle 
       Club               Entry 
 V. Mueller & Co.         Yled.snpplies 
 Metal Grafts Sup.fCo.    Book 
 Cushman & Denison Mfg.Co.Cjip binders 
 Johnson & Johnson        Gauze 
 Dietri ch-Denu           Lens 
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 Amer.Surgical Specialty Co.Reductor 
 Ass'n. of Official Agric. 
   Chemists               Subscription 
 Hilgers & Goedenx       Meat 
 Acheson Graphite Co.    Electrodes 
 W. A. WolcottDog 
 L.L.Olds Seed Co.       Chemicals 
 Southwestern Pub.Co.    Books 
 Theo. Bolliger          Guinea pigs 
 Armour Fertilizer W orks Serum 
 Julius Andrae & Sons Co.Switches 
 U.S. Blue Print Paper   Paper 
 The Record Press        7all paper 
 The University of  i  Ij Vl ydp upe hate 
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 Oscar Liayer & Co.      1.eat 
 G .L .Gilbert,.Bursar 
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rnahnical Book Put.Co. Books 
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Edi th A. M;aimu, 
Earl L. Risborg            , 
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Anqnie Hi. Cotireil        ,, 
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  6778  Edwin Pittelkow                               13.00 
  6779  John P. Galbraith       Honorarium            20.00 
  6780  Ihe lleGraw Hill Book Co.Books                75.00 
  6781  Underwood & Underwood   Slidea                 1.28 
  6782  Capital Merc.Co.        Bilms                  5.40 
  678,3 The Ronald Press Co.    Book                   5.00 
  6784  A. C. IcClurg & Co.     Blackboard             2.24 
  6785  Doyon & Rayne Lbr.Co.   Lumber                2.28 
  6786  Underwood. Type.Co.     Rent                  4.00 
  6787  WisconsinI Office Sup.Co.Transcribing machinell7.00 
  6788  C.&A.0L. Loomis         Repairs              61.06 
  6789 A. D. Burnett            1hpirs                3.01 
  6790 Fred Jones               Blacksmithing        25.35 
  6791 D. A. cCune             Plow parts           13.75 
  6792 J. G. Cherry Co.         Faucet ,              4.72 
  6793 De Laval Separator Co. Lubricator              2.86 
  6794 Ayrshire Breeders' J4ssn.Transfer              1.00 
  6795 Capait i City Auto Rad. 
               "Jorks           Radiator             12.00 
 6796  Madison Saddlery Co.     Halters              24.00 
 6797  Madison Tent & Awning 
              Company           Canvas               19.80 
 6798  Milvr.Dairy Sup.Mfg.Co. Dairy mach inery       6.82 
 6799  John Swenehart           Freight              26.94 
 6800  K,31yedy Dairy Cot      ice Cream            381.55 
 6801  Kennedy Dairy Co.       Milk                 526.45 
 6802  1.1adi a'n Paper Co.    Books                  6.40 
 6803  The Cleveland Poundation Books                 3.00 
 6804  Xe K ey Typewriter Co.  Repairing type.       15.00 
 6805  Converse Rubber S hoe Co.Ath.Goods            69v30 
 6806  Jensen Boot Shop        4.rch.Support          2.50 
 6807  Patrick Lynch           Ath.Goods             20.00 
 6808  The Toggery Shop        Gloves                 5.80 
 6809  J. R. Woolly            Photos                 2.00 
 6810  Armour Fertilizer "ks.  Serum                  4.50 
 6811  ,iisconsin Foundry 
           & Miachine Co.      lachine parts       177.39 
6812   £au Claire Book & 
         Stationery Co.        Books                29.06 
6813   Thelacmillan Co.        Books               201.69 
6814   The o.Menges Pharmacies  Drugs               46.40 
6815  Valvoline Oil Co.        Gasoline            125.20 
6816  Thbt A merican Bonk Co. Books                 12.02 
6817  gulius Andrae & Sons     Tape                 58.58 
6818  Central Steel & WJire Co.$teel                48.16 
6819  Three "tF" Steam Laundry 
               Co.             Laundr y            168.83 
6820  Kansas Qity _est .Lab.   Book                  5.00 
6821  The M~accy Co.           Filing furniture      2.87 
6822  Ruixdle~-Spence M~ifg. Co. Cocks              11.79 
6823  Remington Typewriter Co.Repairing              5.10 
6824  Underwo od Ty~ewriter Co .Repairs & type;7riterl04 .03 


 
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          6874 
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll 
  Verona Creamerry Roll 
  Cottage Grove Creamery Roll 
  West Middleton Creamery Co. 
  University Creamery Roll 
  isconsin Insurance Commission 
  G. D. Jones             Travel 
  G.L.Gilbert.Acct. of 
  hl. E. McCaffrey           ,, 
  R. S. ovicCaffery         ,, 
  "Will A. Poster          , 
  E. 1. Tiffany 
  Henry Keller, Jr. 
    H. W7right              ,, 
 Vera B. Spinney 
 E. D. Holden               ,, 
 B. A. Beach 
 Andrew W. Hopkins 
 L. R. Jones                IT 
 Gertrude Arbogast 
 G .L.Gilbert Bursar 
   Aect. of 0. G. oalde    " 
 I* S. Smith 
 Fred J. Singer 
 GQ L. Gilbert, Bursar 
 Acct. of Thos.L.Jones     " 
 John W. Powell        Post "cards 
 R. Lawson 7i.se          Travel 
 J: M. Hayden               ,, 
 Louis E. Reber             ,I 
 vim. H. Severns            TI 
 Ed. H. Gorrow              IT 
 A. B. Packard              I, 
 J. L. Gillin         1    ,, 
 Lawrence E. Blair          IT 
 Robt. W. Keyes, Jr.       I 
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 Guy C. VWertz             T 
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 Harolf F. Connors 
 Harry Glicksman 
 Winifred Carberry         ,, 
 J. B. Read 
 R. 1. Blackmun            IT 
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B. A. Umbreit              T, 
E. L. Luther               ,, 
J. E. Leverich             ,, 
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  6876  E  J. Delwiche,22. 
  6877  Edna D. alker2 
  6878  Gladys. Stillma                            80, 
  6879  H4 W. ullspeifger        ,                 242. 
  6880 I. L. Be*ick              ,10.4 
  6881  Duncan t. ReidT ,,40.C 
  6882  0, R. zeasman            ,                 27.2 
  68833 t0ohn B. Hayes           ,                 18.0 
  6884 H.14L 4clurry             ,78.3 
  688.5 XK L. Hatch              ,,                 6.9 
  6886 J. B. Hayes               ,,                22.1 
  6887 Gladys Mvleloche         IT                 7707 
  6888 R. S. Hulce                                  6.5 
  6889E.. J. Delwiche                               2.7 
  6890 Benjamin F. Wood         ,                  63.4 
  6891 Edwin H. Thompson        ,,                 63.5( 
  6892 Ji F. Wo- , j ta        ,,                 38.5 
  6893 G. R. Ingalls          Travel               50.0' 
  6894 James -i. Dance                             30.0: 
  6895 A. H. Cole                                  84.3: 
  6896 P. F. Graf                                  51.11 
  6897 R. H. Rasmussen                             30.1' 
  6898 E. V. Ryall                                 21.5 
  6699 T. H. Campion                               54.kOE 
  6900 John S. Klinka                             3713c 
  6901 Theodore M!a&ktlin       ,                    3r 
  6902 Frank Kleinehinz                          153.0] 
  6903 John Swonehart           T,                37.1' 
  6904 G. L. Gilbert, Bu sar  Refuind             77.5( 
  6905 G. L. Gilbert, Burrsar 
       Acct. Fred H. Yourg    Official fees       27.5C 
 6906  Ralph Hoagland         Travel              17.43 
 6907  H. G. Reynolds s                           170,3E6 
 6908  Yarkey Crowiey Lbr.Co. Wire & lumber       50.80 
 6909  E . yres               Photos              30.48 
 6910  i1. H. Scott           Travel              99*72 
 6911 1H. E.EDiemer           Photos             190.85 
 6912 Lecture Bureau Pay Roll                    994.62 
 6913 The Keyes-Davis Co.     Clinch bands         1.82 
 691 -7H. W. Johns-Hanville   Felt                54.55 
 691 J- Geral1d Hanson       Books                 2w,0 0 
 691 6 Chr.Hansens Laborc,,tory  Et~t4.55 
 691 7 Fritzsche Brothers    Oil                  10.75 
 6911f Elmer & Amend         Microscope stage     20.10 
 692( fDemocrat Printing C o. Plates & binders         7.30 
 692] o Pennison Lifg. Co.   Labels & books       14.18 
 692 / £ugsne Diet zgen Co. M~agnifying glass     4.62 
   69- C . & St. F. By. Co. Ties & Spikes        91.06 
69243 The Babcock & Wilcox Co.Valves             13.04 
692 41 G.L .gilbert ,Bursar, 
     I cct. of 3ritish Periodicals Advertising   10.00 
692_fSam'I Pinghamts Son M~fg.Co.li~ulticolor rollers 3.42 
692 & Assoc.of Collegiate 
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6950   Geo. H. Loran Co.       Books 
6951   De Forest Radio  el.& Tel.Co.Llectrical 
                                    supplies 
6952   Clipper La~rm hovoer Co. La 1 n Mlower 
6953 The Chicego University 
              tress            Book 
6954  Bocton,Dickinson & Co. Needles 
6955  D.     eppleton & Co.    Books 
6956  Bureau of Business Research Bulletin 
6957  -mer.Veterinary Pub.Co. Book 
6958  The Atlantic Mvlontly 
            Press              Book 
6959   mierican Lavr Book Co.  Book 
6960   m.aer.,nst. of Elec.LEngr. Subscription 
6961   The ",ctuarial Society 
            of "mlerica 
6962   The ,tlantic Monthly Pr 
6963  D. Van Nostrand Co. 
6964  Scanlan-rv>orri s Co. 
6965   O. 0h. Stechert & Co. 
6966  The Ronald Press Co. 
6967  Railway ye&vie 7r 
6968  The Plo-olri House 
6969  1-. L J T7ystrom8 & Co. 
6970  National Hosing .ssocj 
6971  liassachusetts &gric.. 
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Saddle 
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  Photographs 
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U.S.Badiator Corp,        Valves 
L.*F.Schoe lkepf         Auto parts 
Rentschler Floral Co.     Subscription 
Russell's RylGuide Co. Subscription 
H. J. Rahmlow            Soil samples 
Bud & irion              Picture & pl-Aos 
N. B. Ruud               Views 
Otis Elevator            Cable 
National Regulator Co. * e    &ee Hdxve. 
The Metropolitan M1useum 
    of Art               Photos 
Nichols & Shepherd Co. Ferrules 
Library Bureau           Cards 
The Lunkenheimer Co.     -Plugs 
leuter & Co.             Towels 
A. B. Kraemer Co.        Paper & ribbons 
Xellogg-1,ackay Co.      Valves 
Geo. I. Jones            Book 
The Johns Hopkins Press Book 
Johns Hopkins UniversityStudy sheets 
Haswell Furniture Co.  iMirror 
The General Serv.Schools. 
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The Lawyers Co-op .Pub . Co.Books 
E. H. Karrer Co.         MedsAp 
H, 111. Jones            Potato 
Human Culture School     Bust 
Edward Damuth            Guinea 
Currie Bros.Co.          Fertil: 
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6980   Antoine Chiris Co.      ,Chemicals 
6981   Baker & Co.             P tinum 
6982   H. C. Brueckner         Corn 
6983   Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.Tubes 
6984   imerican Crayon Co.     Crayons 
6985 .rnour & Co.              Ox Gall 
6986   qilkens xnderson Co.    Laboratory suplies 
6987  Thordarson Elec.Mfg.Co. E&bi)-$pp1ies 
6988  Prank J. Ross & Co.      Fabreloid 
6989  Rudich Scientific &pp.Co.Tubes 
6990  Henry Paulson & Cot      Pipes & brushes 
6991 BTIew York Store          Carpet 
6992  M,1aher & Grosh Cutlelry 
          "J "   Co.Knives 
6993  The John Lauson 1Vfg. 
              Co. 
6994  G- M T "l1is 
6995  Chicago ,ledical Book 
          Co. 
Shafer-Pierce Co. 
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Machine Parts 
X-Ray Films 
Book 
Chemicals 
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Steel Sales Corporation Metal sheet 
The Palmolive Co.         Soap 
The Photoart House        £hto supplies 
Orthopedic Appliance Co.Orthopedic appl. 
National Case & CartOn 
          Co.            Sankerchiefs 
 Meinecke & Co.          Brushes 
 Lister Bros             Flour 
 The Thomas Vfrigley Co. Bolts 
 Simon Bros.Co.          Crisco & sapolio 
 Jos. T. Ryerson & Son   Galvd.tin 
 The Linde Air Prod.Co. Oxygon 
 General Chemical Co.    Chemicals 
 Gee. B. Carpenter & Co. Aces- Twine 
 J. T. Baker Chemical Co.Acids 
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 Goldsmith Bros. s & R. Coidercury 
 Gaw O'Hara Envelope Co. Envelopes 
 W:estern Electric Co.   ;iire 
 Westinghous  Lamp Co.   Lamps 
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Chase A. Schmidt rIfg. Co .lcohol 
C. H. CONeill & Sons Co.   " 
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  25.20 
  9.00 
  80.000 
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  5.03 
  6.05 
  153.60 
  3.14 
  21.65 
  26.66 
  27.00 
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  2.49 
  9.70 
  18.00 
  3.37 
  4.85 
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24.84 
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114.00 
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The Macey Co.            Guides 
Amer.Type Founders Co. Wire & spo 
H.W.owilson Co.          Subscripti 
Sunderland, Evans & Agen Rent 
Segelke & Xohlhause Mkifg.Co.Glass 
Ginn & Co.               Books 
Famous Players Lasky Corp.Rental o: 
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Z. H. Thomas             Honorarium 
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Chas.Scribnerls SOns     Books 
John Pritzlaff Hdwe.Co.Steel 
Russakov Can Co.         Cans 
Child Health Organization      Ta s 
L.W. Williams            Lamp 
Da D. Burnett            Lantern 
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E. H. Sargent & Co.       Chemicals 
Electrical SupoCo.        Tape 
Delta Chemical Co.,       Chemicals 
General Paper & Sup.Co ° Pjinting roof 
Mautz Bros.               Lead. 
Heath & iv-illigan Mfg.Co.Paijt- 
Mallinckrodt Chem.Works Chemicals 
Miilwaukee Envelope Co. Envelopes 
Marshall 0il Co.         Plug& & wrenches 
Merck c% Co.              Chemicals 
Wilkens-Anderson Co.     Chem .Appar. 
Special Chemicals Co.    £-hemicals 
Schaar & Co.             Funnels & flasks 
Eo H. Sargent & Co.      Chem.appar. 
John Prit-zlaff HdvTer*Co. Hardw-are 
Precision Scientific Co.lvheker burners 
The Peerless Elec.Co.    Motor 
C.H.OtIIeill & sons Co. Alcohol 
McIKesson & Robbins      Chemicals 
Merck & Co.                 if 
A. C. McClurg & Co.      Paper fasteners 
Maaut z Bros.            Turpentine 
'vV. H. Maze Co.         Triangle points 
Mallinckrodt Chemr Wks   Chemicals 
Central Scientific Co. Brushes 
Julius £ndrae & Sons Co.Electrical goods 
Doyon & Rayne Lbr.Co.    Lumber 
Eimer & Amend            Rubber discs 
Ph.Gross Hdwe.& S'up.Co. Hardw,, are 
The Internationa'l Glass Co.Glass tubing 
Geo.Xraft                Rental of carbon 
                              tanks 
201.60 
346.32 
  15.00 
  43,60 
  177.75 
  139.50 
  10.73 
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  251.14 
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  14.64 
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  25.50 
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151.41 
53.64 
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16.56 
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Geo. E. Babbage 
Bemis Bro.Bag Co. 
Farmers  Co-op.Co. 
The Creamery Pkg.Co. 
F. S.-Burch & Co. 
Gasoline & 
Oil 
Travel 
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7109  Underwood Iypewriter Co.Typewriter & 
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7110  P.H. Sargent & Co.       Chemicals 
7111  Standard 0'" Co.         Oil 
7112  Geo. Kroft               Carbon dioxide 
7113  C. H. Stoelting Co.      Stopwatches 
7114  Lengmans,Green & Co.     Books 
7115  Chas. H. Besly & Co.     Machine parts 
7116  Doyon & Rayne Lumber Co.Lumber 
7117  Lau Claire Book & Stat. 
              Co.              Books 
7118  Ph.Gross Hdwe.& Sup.Co. Hardvare 
Mmart Motor Car Co.      Axuto repairs 
Krembs Hdre.Co.          Register 
Finance OffiFcer, 
Sparta Gen.0rdnDepot     T. N. T. 
Kaplan' s Fruit Store    Groceries 
Gould,- We lls & Blackburn   i" 
Frank Brothers 
John A. Colby & Sons     Desk & chairs 
H. C. Christians Co.     Butter 
Albert Pick & Co.        Kitchen utensils 
The National ,mraonia Co.Ammonia 
Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. Biscuits 
The Hub Clothing Co.     Handballs 
C. W, Andersen           Clock repairing 
M-.adison Saddlery Co.   Pbiish 
7iedenbeck-Dobelin Co. iron stakes 
Xrehl & Son              Auger 
G. J. Harloff            Rabbits 
Becton, Dickinson & Co. Syringes 
Frank S. Betz Co.        Syringes 
American Burtonizing Co.Yeast 
P. R. Sansumr            Rabbits 
R. J. *Iickles           Pan Blade 
The Journal of Infectious 
        Diseases         Reprints 
M1adison Blue Print Co. Blue Prints 
Burgess Battery Co.      Lamp & Batteries 
Hoffman Feed Co.         Corn 
C. Frautschi & Sons      Pa'phlet cases 
Crane Company            Machine parts 
Eau Claire Book & Stat. 
           Co.           Books & Office 
  18.35 
  41.O0 
  26.63 
  301.04 
  110.67 
  15.20 
  1.70 
  7.02 
  671.61 
  72.69 
  68.60 
1921.41 
323o00 
143.21 
  85.20 
  63.11 
  59.20 
  4.00 
  5.00 
  1.20 
  15.00 
  2.85 
  3.00 
  81023 
  12.11 
  6.00 
  21.25 
  2*50 
  u.75 
  51.67 
  19.51 
  36.00 
  114.24 
  180.84 
  514 .76 
  85.53 
  28.79 
  65.30 
  33.25 
  69.61 
  49.13 
  41.46 
  11.62 
  3.99 
  22.45 


 
7119   L. L. Olds Seed Co.     Feed 
7120   HI. C. Netherwood Prtg.CoeStamps & paper 
                                  fasteners 
7121   The Automatic File & 
                Index Co.      Capinets 
7122 BJtrdick & Murray Coo     Dry Goods 
7123  The Badger Pharmacy      Drugs 
7124  Burroughs Add .Mach.Co.  Repairing2 
7125  Harloff-Loprich Elec .Colazdas & relays 
7126  A. P. Felton             Key blanks 
7127  H. Channon Co.           Machine parts 
7128  Calebaugh Self-Lubrica-pr 
Jan.11, 
         Ir 
     ung uaroon Uo.       Repairing 
 Doyon & Rayne Lbr.Co.    Lumber 
 Wolff, Kubly & Hirsig    Hardware 
 D. E. McMillan & Bro.    Coal 
 Illinois Central RylCo. Freight on coal 
    IT         IT      IT   IT          IT 
 Chicago, Milvr. & St.P. Freight on coal 
 University Club          Rent 
 The C1. N.. W. Ry. Co.   Freight 
 C. M. & St. P. Ry.Co.    Freight 
 The Milw.Elec.Ry. & Lt.Co.Express 
 G. L. Gilbert, Bursar     Postage 
 American Ry.Express Co. Express 
     17 2         , ,i t  E  r 
 J. L. Sammis             Travel 
 Go.L.Gilbert ,Bursar 
 Acct. of C.A.Sminth        ,, 
 Norton Co.               Tube 
 Frank L. Clapp           Travel 
 R. M. Blackmun* 
 W. H. Dudley 
 Edw. M4. Gorrow 
 Ben G. Elliott 
 RobTt W. Keyes, Jr. T, 
 J. P. O'Connor 
 ,I!a. H. Severns           ,, 
 Willis Wisler             IT 
 Guy C. 'vertz              ,, 
 Chester Allen              ,, 
 Chas. H. Mills            it 
 G. L. Gilbert.,Bursar 
 Acet. of Duncan H. Reid   If 
 H. L. McMurry             ,, 
 John Swenehart 
 G. I. Gilbert,Bursar 
 Acct. of C. A. West     Coahh 
 7Visconsin Office Sup.Co.Machine parts 
U.S. Radiator Corp.      Thearmeers & 
       m .. .. . . . .V      ,H V e 
7129 
7130 
7131 
7132 
7133 
           7134 
           7135 
           7136 
           7137 
           7138 
           7139 
           7140 
           7141 
 Jan.13,  7142 
          7143 
          7144 
          7145 
          7146 
          7147 
          7148 
          7149 
          7150 
          7151 
          7152 
          7153 
          7154 
          7155 
          7156 
          7157 
          7158 
          7159 
          9160 
Jan14,  n7161 
         7162 
         7163 
         7164 
         7165 
ine -erest-O-Lite Co. 
Madison Gas & Elec.Co. 
Hadison Motor Car Co. 
Gas 
Bulbs 
Fan & Radiator 
     parts 
   19, 75 
   5.25 
   45*00 
   45.58 
   23.41 
   23.80 
   18.90 
   4.50 
   113.31 
   33.91 
 370.84 
 297.92 
 6024.42 
 243.18 
   5 ,82 
2262J45 
1640.98 
313.25 
152.31 
   7024 
1245.98 
301.48 
  10.80 
  44.14 
  33.54 
  5.29 
  49,5$ 
  17.05 
  30.71 
  6042 
  19.04 
  23.24 
  45.62 
  21.24 
  10.48 
  38.81 
  51.45 
  12.09 
  45*48 
  11.44 
  45.73 
150,00 
24.00 
148.31 
10.00 
8.17 


 
The Cudahy Packing CO. 
11essrs.A.oC. M14cClurg & 
The lMenges Pharmacies 
    yrITitI 
Soda crystals 
Co.0ffice supplies 
Drugs 
  7166 
  7167 
  7168 
  7169 
  7170 
  7171 
  7172 
  7173 
  7174 
  7175 
  7176. 
  7177 
  7178 
  7179 
  7180 
  7181 
  7182 
  7183 
  7184 
  7185 
  7186 
  7187 
  7188 
  7189 
  7190 
  7192 
  7191 
  7193 
  7194 
  71915 
  7196 
  7197 
  7198 
  7199 
  7200 
  7201 
  7202 
7203 
7204 
7205 
7206 
7207 
7208 
7209 
7210 
7211 
7212 
7213 
7214 
7215 
7216 
7217 
  Burroughs Adding 1Mach.Oo.IRepairing 
  The United Elec.Co.      Felt 
  B. E. Smiley             Tuning piano 
  MicKay Nursery Co.      Plants 
  G. l. Stechert & Co.    Books 
  FrCank Shepard Co.       Stbhscription 
  M"1cGralw-Hill Book Co. Books 
  The CarsvelI Co.        Subscription 
  Canada. Law Book Co.    Book 
  Grimm Book Bindery      Books 
  Libraij of Congress     Cards 
  C. V. ifoesby Mied .Pub.Co.-5ooks 
  Callagnan & Co..,, 
  The Carswell Co.        Subscription 
  The Chipman Law Pub.Co. Index & subscriptic 
  Callaghan & Co.         Books 
  D. Appleton & Co.         ,, 
  University of Illinois 
  School Mus i c          Subscription 
  irthur H. ThomasCo.     Chemica1s 
  The H.  . Stoothoff Co. Aphicide 
  Armstrong Bros.Tool Co. Tools 
  Silver Lake Co.         Cord 
  Columbia Tool Steel Co. Steel bars 
  Geol B. Carpenter & Co. Cord 
  The Photoart House      Photo supplies 
  Samson Tractor Co.     Phete Tractor supQ 
  Columbia Tool Steel Co. Sp1ed bits 
  Mi. J. Chese           Hospital baby 
  Brown v Co.             Iron 
  Ghas. H. Besly & Co.   Cutters 
  State Street Leader    Silk & thread 
  WVisconsin Telephone Co. Telephone 
  Jolhn iley & Sons      Books 
  Rodney VW. Babcock     Marking assignments 
Harry I. Miller          I iarking assignments 
Select Pictures Corp.    Films 
Famous Players-Lakky 
         Corporation     Films 
Henry Holt & Co.         Books 
Buneauu of Business Research Bulletins 
Underwood & Underwood    Slides 
A. D. Burnett            White lead 
The H. H. *7est Co.      Pad 
Elizabeth Lynach         Notary bond & fee 
Iigjonnier Bros.Co.      Thermometer equip. 
The Geo,C. M~ansfield. Co.Butter 
Louis P. N~aris          Bottles 
Amer. Southdcown Breederst 
        Ass Tn.          Reg. & Transfer 
                            Niumbers 
15.75 
24.19 
  3 *50 
  20.00 
  3.441 
  5.00 
  14o10 
  61.00 
173.*0 
1 .25 
    50.64 
    6.23 
    34.85 
    6.50 
    1.*82 
    4.07 
    S3.*00 
    36.75 
    8.96 
    9.00 
    20.70 
    18.25 
    8.26 
  565 .09 
  16.92 
  14.85 
  17.25 
  748 o75 
)n6.00 
    5.00 
    2.60 
    1.00 
    I . 50 
    52.08 
    8.00 
  1040 
  33,84 
  95.62 
  11.42 
  21.03 
  16.51 
  10.69 
  8.37 
  26.33 
  3.26 
  2.*80 
  35.12 
  7.50 
  62.80 
  66,80 
  11,03 


 
7218 
7219 
7220 
7221 
7222 
7223 
7224 
7225 
           7226 
           7227 
           7228 
           7229 
           7230( 
           7231 
           7232 
           72,33 
           7234 
           7235 
           7236 
           7237 
           7238 
           7239 
           7240 
           7241 
           7242 
           7243 
Jan. 18,  7244 
          t245 
          7246 
          7247 
          7248 
          7249 
          7250 
          7251 
          7252 
          7253 
          7254 
          7255 
          7256 
          7257 
          7258 
          7259 
          7260 
          7261 
          7262 
          7263 
          7264 
          7265 
Wisconsi' Foundry Co.    Pipe supports 
Simon Bros. Co.          Almond paste 
Klueter & Co.            Groceries 
Mansfield-Caughey Co.    Butter & Alco 
Ellerbrake Furniture Co.Furniture 
Steele-ijedeles Co.      Carrots 
M4adison Battery & Serv. 
            Co.          Repairs 
 The Brunswick-Balke 
      Collender Co.      Score sheets 
Lybg & Nita Sheffield    Books 
Cantwell Prtg.Co.        Pickets 
Jesse Worden             Baling hay 
Ameri-can Chemical Society Reeprints 
Sharp A Smith            Med.Apparatus 
The Max W7ocher & Son 
    Co.,                 Baby scale 
University Co-op Co.     Pads & paper 
The Macmillan Co.       Books 
V. Mueller & Co..       Med.Apparatus 
Fuller & Johnson Mifg. 
        uO. 
Madison Saddlery Co, 
The Neckerman Agency 
CutIe r-Hammer Mfg.Co. 
WolffXubly & Hirsig Co 
Madison Blue Print Co. 
Machine parts 
Harnesses 
Bonds 
Carbon contact 
.Hardware 
Blue Print ing & 
                          tracing 
 Central Scientific Co. Apparatus 
 Conklin & Sons Co.       Cement & coal 
 The Daily Cardinal      Adv. & subscript. 
 City of Madison         Fountain inspect.,,- 
 Madison Motor Car Co.   Machine parts 
 Chas. Lentz & Sons      Bottles 
 R. C. Blankinship       Travel 
 The Beckley Ralston Co. Weed chains 
 Central Scientific Co. Charts 
 Crane Co.               Desk pot 
 James B. Clov & Sons    Elbows 
 The Central Elec.Co.    Switch 
 The Bristol Co.         Pens 
 GIaham Paper CO.        Paper 
 AutomOtive EIec.Co.     Recharging batteries 
 Grasselli Chern.Co.     Ash 
 Darling & Co.           Meat scrip 
 Philip Gross Hdwe.Co.   Hardware 
 The Macey Co.           Cases 
 Emil C. Dohr            Notary fees 
 Capital Times Publishing Co.Advertising C 
 The Badger ?iharmacy    Rubber gloves 
 SIl A".ourtis           Book 
 7alter N. Smith         Travel 
H. S. Richards 
  24.40 
  6*00 
1640.50 
218.64 
255.20 
172.50 
  59.90 
  8050 
  3.00 
  8.75 
  60.*50 
  5.08 
  46.80 
  18.50 
  143.80 
  40t,)76 
  14.38 
  13.13 
264.33 
23.60 
14.60 
103.34 
164.12 
195.38 
177.06 
  5.00 
  5000 
  34.41 
  29.18 
  18.36 
  38.63 
  7.*13 
  13.50 
  24.59 
  6.93 
  2.46 
  7,49 
  13.00 
  38.93 
  90.00 
  .84 
  2.08 
  2.00 
  1.47 
  2.60 
  1.30 
24.86 
27 .21 


 
7266 
7267 
9268 
7269 
7270 
7271 
7272 
7273 
7274 
7275 
7276 
7277 
7278 
7279 
7280 
7281 
7282 
7283 
7284 
7285 
7286 
7287 
7288 
7289 
7290 
7291 
7292 
7293 
B. D. :LeIth 
0. 0-. MaJ 
The Wisconsin Tel.Co. 
Conklin & Sons Co. 
Callaghan & Co. 
Atlantic Monthly Co. 
The Cleveland Foundation 
E. Ayres 
D. Appleton & Co. 
Amer.Society for Test.. 
   ing Mlaterials 
 John IvMcintosh Co. 
 qrimm Book bindery 
 Henry J. Green 
 4unesIl Color Co. 
 Madison Brass Works 
 The Century Co. 
 AVest Publishing Co. 
 Montgomery .Wvard & Co. 
 E-. Leitz 
 Madison Blue Print Co. 
 Currie Bros.Co. 
 Mendota iRabbitry 
 TP C. M .iller's Sons 
       Paper 
Frank S. Betz Co. 
H. P. Gray Co. 
Madison Gas Elec.Co. , 
B. C. Crowe, The iving I 
Bureau for Safe Trans- 
Conducting orchestra 50.00 
Travel                 7.65 
Telephone             62.93 
Cement               102.00 
Books                 12.00 
  "it                  328 
  It"                  3300 
Photographs           15.00 
Books                 27.30 
Dues 
Electrode 
Book binding 
Thermometer tubes 
BooksL 
Castings 
Books 
Valve 
Paraffine 
Trac ings 
Seed 
Rabbits 
Env elopes 
Syringes 
Iusic 
Ioles 
Preight 
       portation of Explostves Labels 
 7294  Milw.Elect.Ry.& Lt.C .e6 ight 
 7295  H. P. Gould Co.      0   Sb    i 
              *  *              Subscription- 
 7296  Milwaukee Envelope Mfg. 
                 Co.            Envelopes 
 7297  The Fraternal Res.Assoc.Rent 
 7298  The Binker Elec.Coo.       " 
 7299  The Bobbs-Merrill Co.   Books 
 7300 M. N. Fieldman           Refund 
 7301  Arnold B. Hall          Travel 
 7302 17. H. Motz 
 7303  L. D. Herrold              , 
 7304 vVm. 'Hriedrich "c 
 7305  J. V0. Powell             ,, 
 7306 Louis E. Reber             ,, 
 7307 Lawrence E. Blair          ,, 
 7308 A. B. Packard              ,, 
 7309 Harold F. Connors          i, 
 7310 The Chicago Transparency Co.Slides 
 7311 Edgar B. Gordon          Travel 
 7312 G.L.GilbertBursar 
      Acct. of A. J. Cramer      " 
7313  Wisconsin Office Sup.Co.Transcribing 
                              Machine 
7314  Conrath State Bank       Barley 
7315      "      "     "       Hardware 
  15.00 
    7*62 
 127.46 
   5.96 
   0050 
   20.* 50 
   8.32 
   64.25 
   I.46 
   15.03 
   15.14 
   13.73 
   12.00 
   9.*00 
   3.09 
 108.00 
 33.36 
   1.29 
   1.56 
   50161 
   2.00 
   41.63 
   60.00 
   35.00 
   7 .50 
   7050 
 90.79 
 11.06 
 17.23 
 18.00 
 21.53 
 27.42 
 10.61 
 12.54 
 19.74 
 6.07 
 5.65 
 60.14 
107.00 
48.00 
  4.54 
-17- 


 
            7316  A.D. Burnett             Hardware 
            7317  J, I. Case Threshing MLch.CoShares 
            7318  J.F. W ojta              Travel 
            7319  Robert IMc icven         Ram 
            7320  A. J. Abbott             Vet.Services 
            7321  Webster Brothers         Binder 
            7322  71- A. pierce            Cattle 
            7323  The Creamery Pack.Co     Printer 
            7324  Theo. Hilsenhoff         Cockerel 
            7325 1. J. Connolly & Co.     TVT 
            7326 the .Aner .Laundry 
                        MV1ach. Co,       Canvas 
           7327 Mine Safety Appliances 
                           Co.            Gas mask 
           7328  Kennedy Dairy Co.        Milk & cream 
           7329  Auto Service Co.         Cab service 
           7330  C. W4. Anderson          Engraving fobs 
           7331 PFred H, Young            Trayel - 
           7332 Madison General Hospital Hospital bill 
           7333  Fatnell & Lange          Heifer 
           7334 General Biological Sup.House Apparatus 
           7335  Armour Fertilizer   ks.  Blood serum 
           7336  V. Mjueller & Co. eMd. supplies 
           7337  The Menges Pharmacies   Drugs 
           7338 3McGraw Hill Book Co.    Books 
           7339 MAladison Leather Goods Co.,Portfolios 
           7340  And..M M'eyers          Paper & vw'ax 
Jan. 14, 7341    Lecture BureaU Pay 0oll 
     12,  7342  Verona Creamery Roll 
     18, 7343   Lorett4 Delker           Refund 
          7344  Helen Loud 
          7345  Clarence Roeber 
          7346  Ralph Phillips 
          7347  Harry Borah 
          7348   Wallace  cLean, 
          7349  Arthur C. Hill 
          7350  Geo. F. Weber 
          7351  Carl Aarness                ,, 
          7352  Eugene Bid-ick 
          73-53 Clarence Hanson 
          7354  Peter C"'oodman            ,, 
          7355  Ernest L. iitts, 
          7356  Franke-LaBudde Grain Co. Corn 
    19,   7357  John Mieeddaugh          Baling hay 
          7358  Drivers Journal .ub.Co. Slips 
          7359  11,. E. Di emer          Prints 
          7360  Eli Lilly & Co.          Cases 
          7361  Library iDureau          Boxes 
          7362 The Kny-~Schieerer Corp ° Repairing app~ 
          7363  Johnson & Johnson       Paper 
          7364 M-adison Packing Co.     Meat 
          7365 K-leuter & Co.           Sugar Sacks 
          7366 The Elliott Co,          Trape 
          7367  M~assachusetts Hist.Society Miauscfipt 
          7368 The M4acey Co.           Cards 
          7369 General Paper & Sup.Co. Paste 
     5.85 
     10.00 
     11.80 
   150.00 
   48.50 
     6.00 
  555.00 
    3.22 
    10.o00 
 3000. 00 
   29.00 
   22.36 
   1.00 
   25.o00 
   24.00 
   27*53 
   9.*50 
   50,00 
   33.50 
   4.50 
   24.00 
   26.40 
 440*49 
 67.50 
 15.66 
1832.92 
370 .00 
   8.00 
   7.850 
   6.00 
   40.44 
   6.00 
   6*00 
   6.00 
   1500 
   6.00 
   4*50 
   4.50 
   4.50 
   4.50 
492.72 
39.20 
97 *.50 
12.60 
  7165 
  13.44 
  2.00 
  .94 
  64.00 
  4.80 
  1.70 
  3.50 
  1 .68 
  3.00 


 
  7370   Madison Gas & Elec.Oo.Light & Povrer 
  7371   The Mvlac'millan Co.    Books 
  7372 Marquette Law Review      Subscription 
  7373   Industrial Management   Books 
  7374  Alfred A. Knopf 
  7375  The Lawyers-Co-op Co.    Books 
  7376 M. E. Diemer              Slides 
  7377 L. Enos Day               Specimens 
  7378  Dodd Mvlead & Co.        Books 
  7379  J. B. Lippincott Co.       ,, 
  7380  Longmans, Green & Co. 's 
  73812 University of Chicago 
                  Press 
  7382  G. E. Stechert & Co. 
  7383  Illinois Book Exchange 
  7384  The In-land Printer Co. 
  7385  Drama League of America SuBscription 
  7386  Moffat, Yard & Co.       Book 
  738?  The Musical Quarterly    Subscription 
  7388 Mrs, F. S. ,eade         Mice 
  7389  Eastman Kodak Co. of N.J. Chemicals 
  7390 A. P6 LeSage             Laboratory Mat' 
  7391  hillinois Paper Box Co. Boxes 
  7392 Doyon & Rayne Lbr.Co.    Lumber 
  7393 Brown & Sharpe M1fg.Co. Cutters 
  7394 The Leeds & Northup Co. Chem.supplies 
  7395 Hilgers & Goeden         Meat 
  7396 The Linde Air Prod.Co. Nitrogen 
  7397 J. To aker Choe.Co.      Chemicals 
  7398 John R. Cullinane        Cement 
  7399 Edison Elec.Appl.Co.     StoVeS 
  7400 Standard Paper Co.       Paper 
  7401 Mad ison Paper Co.       Ink 
  7402 Lamp Equip.Division      Lamp 
  7403 H. Hlueller M1;fg.Co.    Cocks & Nipples 
  7404 iestern Electric Co.    Conductor 
  7405 Yahr & Lange Drug Co.    Bottles 
  71406 ".1ilkens-Anderson Co. Chemicals 
  7407 Schiaar & Co.            Glasses 
7408   Burgess Battery Co.      Batteries 
7409   Eimer & 41M end          Forceps 
7410   J. H. Findorff          Contract 
7411  Mallinckrodt Chem.VWks. Chemicals 
7412 Milw.Corrugating Co.      Iron & coperoid 
7413 111.Y.Belting & PackingcGo.Cla-ps, hose & 
                                coupolings 
7414 INort~huestern FurnituOo .Chairs 
7415 The Patterson-Sargent Co.Vall finish 
7416  Jo~hn W. Pepper      "   Hardware 
7417  Jos. P. Ryerson & Son    Pin 
    3.84 
    4,o84 
    1.50 
    4*34 
    2.08 
    11 .25 
    5.10 
    33.000 
    11.15 
    49.04 
    127.29 
    .82 
  41.76 
  14.00 
    5.25 
    2.00 
    1921 
    3.00 
    1.50 
    2.65 
  15.00 
  5000 
  353.31 
  9.20 
  25.00 
  8964 
  4*00 
  79.20 
  147.12 
  61.50 
  46.10 
  52.00 
  32.00 
  52.56 
  23.62 
453.25 
153.89 
94.02 
41.47 
15.40 
378.27 
73.20 
134.45 
79.65 
75.000 
150,00 
24.74 
96.62 
-19- 


 
7418 University Co-op Co.      Books 
7419   D. Appleton & Co. 
7420   S.oP. Elliott           Use of engines 
7421  Henry Doaatell           Blankets 
7422   7. H. Ludwig            Cups 
7423  Carl Reinke              Cockerel 
7424  Damrow Bros.Co.          M1ould 
7425  The Kellogg-Mackay Co. Valves 
7426  The Maoschell Dairy Lab.Cheese color 
7427 C. ST. P. Minne. & 
              Omaha Ry.Co.     Freight 
7428  The Chocolate Shop       Jackstraws 
7429  Calumet Tea & Coffee 
          7430 
          7431 
          7432 
          7433 
          7434 
          7435 
          7436 
          7437 
          7438 
          7439 
          7440 
          7441 
          7442 
          7443 
          7444 
          7445 
          7446 
          7447 
          7448 
          7449 
          7450 
          7451 
Jan.18,  7452 
         7453 
    19,  7454 
         7455 
         7456 
         7457 
         7458 
         7459 
         7460 
         7461 
         7462 
         7463 
         7464 
         7465 
         7466 
         7467 
         7468 
               Co.        Tea & cocoa 
  Gould,, 7ells & Blackburn Co.Groceries 
  The Bour Co.            Tea 
  H. C. Christians-Co.    Butter & Eggs 
  Kennedy Dairy Co.        Milk 
  Kennedy Dairy Co.       Ice Cream 
  H. .Johns-Manville Co. Felt 
  Jefferson Transfer Co. Taxi Service 
  L. Klein & Sons         Paint & brush 
  Krehl & Son             Tools 
  La Salle Extension Univ.Book 
  EA J. Dietz            Pigeons 
  Sarah V. H. Jones      Doves & pigeons 
  Taylor Instrument Co.   Thermometer 
  Mautz Bro~,            Glass 
  Democrat Printing Co.  Paper 
  UnivCoqop Co.          Office supplies 
  Rundle- -Spence Co.    Plumbing sup.- 
  Siekert-Baum Stat.Co.  Pins & clips 
  Frank Bros.            Groceries 
  Madison Tent & Awning Co.Bags & At"h.Goods 
  Scientific M11aterials Co.Haemaglobinometer 
AmeridanRy.,Express      Express 
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll 
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll 
Ailbert E. Seaman        Travel 
Andrew 7.. Hopkins         ,, 
E.A. Birge 
J, G. 1uller 
J. 111. Fargo              ,, 
E. 1. Tiffany 
Vera B. Spinney 
F. B. Morr i son           ,, 
Robt. 7. Keyes, Jr. 
L. D. >Ierrold            , 
Benno 7. Meyers 
Edw. 7. Gorro7             ,, 
Lawrrence E. Blair 
'Yinifred. Carberry 
%im. H. Severns 
  221.72 
  1292.95 
  24480 
  15.*00 
  24.58 
  10.00 
  15.61 
  6.83 
  1*50 
  4.96 
  6.00 
  89030 
  424.09 
  33.00 
  331.20 
  521.59 
  391,80 
  20.28 
    3.00 
    1.45 
    4.25 
    2.55 
    5.00 
 44.50 
 4056 
 44925 
 23050 
 128.10 
 231.72 
 36.98 
 282.72 
 97.25 
 31.71 
 174.26 
593.85 
641.46 
70.87 
  8.35 
  10.56 
  12.16 
  19.81 
  24071 
  38.96 
  26.34 
  23.56 
  15.80 
  23.46 
  10,00 
  10.71 
  31.18 
  21.70 


 
7469 
7470 
7471 
7472 
7473 
7474 
7479 
7476 
7477 
7478 
7479 
7480 
7481 
7.482 
7483 
7484 
7485 
7486 
W. H. Motz 
I. B. Duncan 
H. P. *"ood 
Ben G. Elliott 
N. A. Anderson 
J. 1s. Powell 
J9 P. O'Connor 
Chester Allen 
Marshall C. Graff 
Sam A. Marsh 
W. B. Clark 
Fred Stubley 
Sadie A. McINulty 
W. C. Bradley 
0. "Joodard 
Conra   0. GoKruse 
C. H. Imig 
G .L .Gilbert, Bursar 
Ac~ct. Art Collentine 
R.     Moore 
T. L. JEe;'vick 
3. CG. MilvTard 
John B. Hayes 
I. P. Graber 
James Lacey 
3. M. Wa~z 
M:j. H. Wright 
Oscar Gunderson 
T. H. Campion 
     I-- L. e&-,, 
 Robert Amundson            ,, 
 imn. H. Borden             ,, 
 John Swenehart             IT 
 SJ3. oMalloy               ,, 
 H, M. Jones                ,, 
 0. 1. Gilbert            Co titgent 
 "TV "    "Postage 
 City of Madison          Wvater 
 -. 0. Reed               Classes 
 Fred Zingg               Gravel 
 Hoffman Feed Co.         Corn 
           "VT VT         Feed 
Hanson Bros. Co.          Feed 
3, 0. Robinson & -ISon  Cattle 
E. I. DuPont de Nemours Co.Cartridging 
                              TNT 
Madison Packing Co.      Eggs & Meats 
The Amer.Launlry 1ach.Co,,vasher 
The Fleischmann Co.      Yeast 
John Harem               Horse radish 
7517  G. L. Gilbert, Bufsar 
      -Lcct. G.IS.-Lowwman 
7518   G.L.Gilbert Bursar 
      Acc t. 7'7QL.I1fean-rel1 
                          -21- 
Travel 
Travel 
  ly 
  TY 
  IT 
  If 
  II 
  IT 
  TV 
  TV 
  TV 
  IT 
  If 
  TV 
  TV 
  VT 
  VT 
  VT 
  tT 
  TV 
  VT 
  VT 
  ,! 
487.86 
     10.55 
     38.48 
     8961 
     13.21 
     38.69 
     9°53 
     17.92 
     71.75 
     83.57 
     55.31 
     12.18 
     8.61 
     15.86 
     40.61 
     12.09 
     22.96 
     31.91 
     30.24 
     4*83 
     22.45 
     19.07 
     37.34 
     37.34 
     69.69 
     19.87 
     40.57 
     65.05 
     63.14 
     50.72 
     35.42 
     5.23 
     76.06 
   133.79 
   73.54 
   290.09 
 1108.06 
 1382.08 
    72.00 
    7.00 
  858.7 
  280.00 
  498.40 
  1800.00 
25965.00 
2243.29 
  410.00 
  26.79 
    1 .50 
7487 
7488 
7489 
7490 
7491 
7492 
7493 
7494 
7495 
7496 
7497 
7498 
7499 
7500 
7501 
7502 
7503 
7504 
7505 
7506 
7507 
7508 
7509 
7510 
7511 
7512 
7513 
7514 
7515 
,7516 
Jan.19. 
    20, 


 
Jan.21 
  7519 Michigan .-gria.College Eootball receipts 
  7520  YaOk-ey Crvwley Lbr.Co. Lumber 
  7521  Swords Bros.Co.         Sa  blades 
  7522  Stantdard 2aple r CCo.  Paper 
  7523  C. Ho Stoelting Co.     Chemicals 
  7524  L. F. Schoelkopf        Cylinder I ead 
  7525  Smart MIotor Car Co.   i.xles 
  7526  HartfordI Accident & 
         Indeminity CO.-       Insurance 
  7527 1B. lE. Smiley          Pico'no tuning 
  7528 7Jisconsin Office Sup.Co.Dicta-;one supplies 
  7529 Geo. B1. Limbert & Co. V -Bushings & ells 
  7530 1B. C. Xassell Co.oEngrossing 
  7531 iIorris apl a-nCarrots & oranges 
  7532 Fulei: & Johnson 'Ifr.Co.1.achine parts 
  7533 Carl Fiscier           Music 
  7534 C. Frautschi & Sons     Folders 
  7535 J. H. Findorff & 3on    Clubs 
  7538 Hunter Press Bureau     Clipping servicc 
  7537 "Th S. i0. L enmore Co. Suspensory 
  7538 ,.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
       .cct  of T.L.Jone or-,va 
 7539  Socie ty for dvancement 
           of Skcand.SBtuxy    Book 
 7540  Undcrwood & U1ýrnderwood Photocqraph 
 7541  The Chipmanix LawubCo. Subscriptions 
 7542  B.H.Sanborn Co.         Books 
 7543  Svoot, Uallack & CO.    Drawing appar. 
 7544  S. B. Schein            Journal 
 7545  Scott, Foresman & Co.   Books 
 7546  School & Community 
       Slidee & Film Service   Case 
 7547  The Frank Shepard Co.  Book 
 7548  Steel Sales Corporation Rbek Shafting 
 7549  Chas.Scribner's Sons   Books 
 7550  *'orld Book Co,        Books 
 7531  James B. Clow & Sons   Pipe 
 7552 Washington .1cad.of Sci. Subscription 
 7553 The VTill Corporation   Stopcock 
 7554 Wisconsin Salvage Coo   Blankets 
 7555 Harcourt Brace & Howe   Books 
 7556 Paul B. Hoeber            Ty 
 7557 B. eI. Huebsch            ,, 
 7558 Haussmann & Dunn Co.    Med.supplies 
 7559 F. A. Stokes Co.        Books 
 "7560 Weston xlec InstruCo,   Meters 
 7561 R. B. Pelton            Lettby purchases 
 7562 The Forty-Fifth St.Press Books 
 7563 Capital City Elating Co. Plating 
 7564 H~ynson, Westcott & 
              Dunniing        Chemicals 
7465  Foote idinora~l Co.    Cement 
-22- 
1630,05 
296.73 
  10.16 
  4.#55 
  5.06 
  6.00 
  6.00 
  25.00 
  1506.00 
  6050 
  17.69 
  8.59 
  9.05 
  40.08 
  13.02 
  9.88 
  52.00 
  10.00 
  1*34 
  10.17 
  2.00 
  3,00 
  13.50 
  30.08 
  62.00 
  22.80 
  42 * 00 
  4.00 
  61000 
  5.00 
  36.59 
  3r026 
  1.31 
556.93 
  6.00 
  4.99 
  18.00 
  8.32 
  54.48 
  28.58 
  7 .12 
  3*21 
  99.98 
  10.00 
  10.00 
  2.25 
  I1*80 
  3.60 
- - --- ýIJL.L W 


 
Hattie J. Wakeman        Chart 
Lehn &   ink             Chloride 
Individual Serv.Co.   Tube 
iadison Packing Co.  Meeat 
Go 1.i Zllis             Films 
Ernest Jo Stoeber.       Iilk & cream 
He 1. i6tz Laboratories Chemicals 
Xennnedy Dairy Co.       Ice creaam 
The ..1atters Laboratories lVT'isks 
The NJeckerman &Igency   Bond 
Ernest J. Stoeber iiilk 
Gould,, Yells & Black- 
  756 
  756 
  756 
  756& 
  757( 
  757 
  7571 
  757; 
  77< 
  757k 
  7574 
  757?; 
  757E 
  7579 
  7580 
  75881 
  7582 
  7583 
  7584 
  7585 
  7586 
  7587 
  7688 
  7689 
  7590 
  7591 
  7592 
  75 9& 
  7594 
  7595 
  7596 
  7597 
  7598 
  7599 
  7600 
  7601 
  7602 
  7603 
  7604 
  7605 
  7606 
  7607 
7608 
7609 
7610 
7611 
7612 
76153 
7614 
7613 
7616 
        burn 
  Mlarsfield-Caughey Co. 
  Simon Bros. Co. 
  Central Electric Co. 
  E. H. Sargent & Co. 
  Schaar & Co. 
  Simon Bros. Co. 
  Vstinghouse ElecCo. 
  N. L. iEairbank Co. 
  ,. B. Goddard 
  Hialter 1E. Liueller 
  nugene Dietzgen Co. 
  D. C. Heath & Co. 
  Henry Holt   Co. 
  S. w. Gil man 
  Lewvis Gluenkin 
  Harry Gliiksman 
  IT. C. Otto 
  H. 13. a2ulver 
  Edgar 3. Gordon 
    ?  !,D.IccGregor 
 Willis   i s ler 
 7. B. ~Davisorn 
 JIolff, ubly & Hifsig C 
 G. 7'. /7oodward;c 
 Hein Implement Co. 
 H.K..,r*'est  &  Co. 
 Stierle Bros. 
 Vfisconsin Type   ,change 
 Spooner  illing Co. 
 E. . Sharer 
 The Fulton Co. 
 S, C.iding & Bros. 
 Hub Clothing Co. 
 7.  .    Iool-orth Co. 
   -.   u. ieiton 
in,1 Pr e.Tin5 !1n ach.Co. 
IiTonto o _-r_ ,7ard & Co. 
6 
7 
8 
9~ 
) 
I 
) 
  Gold dust & soap 
  Butter 
  Groceries 
  Electrical suppliec 
  Tubes 
  Chem.app, 
  Bow-lene 
  Lamp 
  Soap 
  4i r e 
  Re fun d 
  Drawing instru. 
  Books 
  Travel 
  Re fun d 
  Travel 
  IT 
  Oil 
  MaIcch ine parts 
  Costumer 
  iho to work 
  Repairing type. 
Oats 
li ers 
Ivory 
,i o e s 
,t ri.Goods 
fistol 
Rabbits 
11achinme 
Trip jack 
    3.00 
    9.50 
    2e55 
  100*10 
  357.60 
  18.00 
    8.00 
    37.90 
    .53 
    10.00 
    9.68 
    20.50 
    33.70 
    81.51 
  45.73 
  151.88 
  92.29 
  6o.00 
  26.80 
  30.38 
  7 * 50 
  10.00 
  296.40 
  36.93 
  30.10 
  44*91 
  2.00 
  35.46 
  35.16 
  32.96 
  11,98 
  5.63 
  19.22 
  9.56 
  7.72 
  2.92 
  6.62 
  6.75 
  8*50 
  25.90 
  11.50 
  87.00 
    .85 
 59.00 
 180o84 
 420.40 
 9.60 
 15.00 
 25.05 
140.39 
  9.45 


 
761 
761 
761 
762 
762' 
7624 
762% 
762ý 
           762k 
           762E 
           762f 
           7621 
           7629 
           7630 
           7631 
           7632 
  Jan.21, 7633 
      19,   763 
      22, 7635 
      25, 7636 
          7637 
          7638i 
          7639 
          7640 
          7641 
          7642 
          7643 
          7644 
          7645 
          7646 
          7647 
          7648 
          7649 
          7650 
          7651 
          7652 
Jan.26,  7653 
         7654 
    27   7655 
7  Stoughton Wagon Co.     Wagons 
8  Yalhr & Lange Drug Co.  Drugs 
9  4estern Ellectric Co.   Electrical sup 
0  iVilJ73f-ns-IMerson     Flasks 
1  Sta'ndard Oil Co,       Oil 
2  W. B. Saunders Co.      Books 
3 Kennedy Dairy Co.        Milk 
   I Eau Claire Book & 
     Stationeryýr Co.      Books 
   C. H. Halperin          Spring 
   Haswell Furniture Co.   Furniture 
7Fariters' Cooperative Co.Wire & feed 
  ScCnian M1lorris Co.     WI_ eels & rapaii 
  Kaplan's Fruit Store     Groceries 
  .4iedenbeck-Dobelin Co. Steel 
  Wolff, Kubly & Eirs i 
             Co. ohardwdatre 
  West Middleton Creamery Roll 
  University Creamery Ro.. 
4 Verona Creamery Roll 
  Lecture Pay Roll 
  Illinois Cent.Ry.Co.    Freight on coal 
  Ethel Harrison          Travel 
0 Chicago M.&T SP, P.     Freight on coal 
  D. E. 1scMillnn & Bros. Coal 
  1ad ison Gas & Elec.Co. Current 
  14.4'. -;7errell        Drawing 
  Thee Milw.Elec'.Ry.& LtCo.Steam 
  The ,,ner.Laundry Mach.Co.Druging tubler 
  C. Io. & Lake S. Tel.Co. Telegrams 
  State Dept/of Engineering Time report 
  C. T. & St. ?.Co.      2reigit 
  Illinois Cent..Ry.Co.  Freigc 
  The MiPilz.Elec.RyCo   Express 
  C. & N. .:7, Ry. Co.   Preight 
  The Western Union Tel. Telegrap~h 
  Alford Bros4,          Laundry 
  17isconsin Tel.Co.     Telepione 
  Vexona Creamery Roll 
  Cottage Grove Cry.Roll 
  Geo. Banta Pub.Co.     Books 
7S 
Pay Roll 
(Jan.1-15) 
(Jan. 1-i )a 
  f'  I I-  
V19,0 ,190.18 
   5 ,9572.07 
   14, 289.29 
 113, 132.99 
 139, 550.55 
_4624735. 08 
Adjourned 
          ..McCaffrey, 
                Secretary 
   102 435 
   2127.86 
   115.72 
   96.*20 
   96.43 
   95.88 
   257*83 
   47*36 
   2.75 
   51.70 
   52.20 
   18s60 
   67.39 
   44.71 
   187.01 
 2336.42 
 2125.40 
 312. 0 
 1315.75 
 1663.40 
   8.19 
3958.09 
2667.04 
1754.31 
  30.00 
  173,90 
2035o95 
  40.63 
  813a83 
  32.88 
  6455 
  2.39 
  366.96 
  170.94 
298.40 
355.35 
254.48 
625.92 
900.*00 
8050A 
8050B 
8050C 
8050D 


REGULAR EETIYG OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Madison, Nisconsin
March 1  1921,
10:30 a.m.
PRESENT: RegentsIHammond, Horlick; President Birge, Business
Manager Thorkelson, Secretary McCaffrey,
Regents Buckstaff, Jones, Miller, 80amcn und Kohlor
were present and sat with the committee.
RECOMIMDATIONS OF THE BUSINESS MIANAGER
1.  That the following budget transfers be made:
Adm. & General       -750 Unassigned Salaries and
Wages to Registrar's office
30 Physical Plant unassigned.
Capital to Furniture in Adm.
& General
General Library     1,000 Library Asst. to student
assistants
Military Science     -   20 Postage to Equipment
Repairs
280 Insurance to Equipment
Repairs
100 Insurance to Labor
Col. of Engineering    300 Printing & Publishing
to Office Supplies
School of Education -   30 Telephones & Telegrams
to Office Supplies
Medical Sch. ;l       400 General Supplies to Office
Supplies
Adopted.
2.  That arrangemnts be made with the Conservation
Commission for lease of land in the State Park at Devil's Lake
for a summer camp for the class in Surveying, with no charge
for land; College of Engineerig to alter present barn, and make
other alterations, including camp kitchen equipment.
Adopted.


REGULAR EETIYG OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Madison, Nisconsin
March 1  1921,
10:30 a.m.
PRESENT: RegentsIHammond, Horlick; President Birge, Business
Manager Thorkelson, Secretary McCaffrey,
Regents Buckstaff, Jones, Miller, 80amcn und Kohlor
were present and sat with the committee.
RECOMIMDATIONS OF THE BUSINESS MIANAGER
1.  That the following budget transfers be made:
Adm. & General       -750 Unassigned Salaries and
Wages to Registrar's office
30 Physical Plant unassigned.
Capital to Furniture in Adm.
& General
General Library     1,000 Library Asst. to student
assistants
Military Science     -   20 Postage to Equipment
Repairs
280 Insurance to Equipment
Repairs
100 Insurance to Labor
Col. of Engineering    300 Printing & Publishing
to Office Supplies
School of Education -   30 Telephones & Telegrams
to Office Supplies
Medical Sch. ;l       400 General Supplies to Office
Supplies
Adopted.
2.  That arrangemnts be made with the Conservation
Commission for lease of land in the State Park at Devil's Lake
for a summer camp for the class in Surveying, with no charge
for land; College of Engineerig to alter present barn, and make
other alterations, including camp kitchen equipment.
Adopted.


3.  That the request of the Military Science department
be granted in arranging for stabling 16 riding horses in the
gun shed; hbrses, care and forage provided by the federal
government, alterations by the university from balance in allot-
ment -for shed.
Adopted.
4.  That Professor Aust be authorized to airange for the
sale of evergreens and shtubs from nursery stock t be u&d
for decdrative purposes, and thus attdmpt to check vandalism
and odbtruetidn of hiversity groundsT planting.
Adopted.
5.  That authority be given to purchase illustrated
pamphlets of Mladison and theUniversity at not to exceed 4100.
Adopted.
6.  That the rate at which patients are charged at the
State of Wisconsin General Hosital, based on actual cost for the
past six months, be placed at A.76 per patient-day,
See 1417 a-c provides that the rate shall be
"determined by the board of regents". This cost
excludes heat, light, water and the salaries of
all physicians excepting a fractional part (1/3)
of the salary of the resident physician.
Referred to the Board.,
Q
7.  That the Board of Regents acceptthe Tripp fund as
a trust fund; the principal to be investedand the income only
to be used for such purposes from time to time as theBoard
of$Pe gents may determine,
ReItetred to the Board.
8. That the Board of Regents pledge $200,000 from the
Tripp fund income to the Memorial Union Building Committee on
condition that the commons feature of the building be designated
"Tripp Commons".
Referred to tYn Board.
9.  That H. L. Ashworth be appointed on part time, not
to exceed four months, to edit the historical account of the
roskter of membership of the Board of Regents.
Adopted.


i0.. hat authority be granted to expend a sum not exceed-
ing * 5OO for the University Exposition,
Adopted.
The Business Manager presented a resolution of the
Wisconsin County Hig hway COM"MissionerVI Association, expressing
appreciat14ion of the grant, by the Regents, of the use of grounds
and buildings for their meeting in February.
The Business Manager presented a letter from the
i~atona  Y.U!.C-t., Withdrawirng their zrecuest to use the
university for a convention, as dormitory facilities are
regarded as essential.
Upon recommendation of the president, a claim of
A. G. Schmedeman of 1008.21 kroner (J186.52) for expenses in
connection with his conference with Professor Einstein, was
approved and ordered paid from the income of the Carl Schurz
Memorial Fund.
President Birge reported that Dean lardin will be
absent from her work for some time, on recommendation of Dr.
Van Valzah; that Professor Hubbard expects to resume his
work, at least in parts withinCa short time; and that Dr. Evans
is expected home very shortl
On recommendation of President Birge, it was
VOTED, That sick leave be granted to each of these
persons.  The work in each case is provided for by other
members of the department or faculty.
The secretary presented the petition ofrEmerson Cole
for relief from nonresident tuition.   The regents felt that
Mr. Cole did not have l-egal residence in 17isconsin during the
year next preceding his ZLirst admission to the university.
Upon motion, the request was denied.


The following actions were taken by the Executive
Committee at a meeting held in Milwaukee on Pebruary 3, 1921:
It was
VOTED, That the president of the universit be
authorized to make application to the Rockeffeller Foundation
for funds, available upon requests, for teaching neurology
and psychiatry.
It was
VOTED, That the business Manager be authorized to
secure specifications and advertise for bids for the addition
to store building, in accordance with the plans presented to
the committee.
The followihg payments were authored from the
University Trust Funds Income:
Anella Wieben
Bertha A. Voit
Howard L. Smith
Carl Lemm-Mvarugg
John W. Iash ...
Anna. T.Kit ch el  . .
J..B..Haley  ...
Herdis Hanson
Fern Constance
Paul Mueschike
Fanny P. Lewis Scholarship ....
Fanny P. Lewis Scholarship
Jackson Professorship of Law
C. K. Adams Fellowship in History .
C. K. Adams Fellowship in History
Mary M Adams Fellowship in English.
C. K. Adams Fellowship in Greek ....
Amelia E. H. Doyan Scholarship .
Christian R. Stein Scholarship
Henry Gund Scholarship ........
l36 *l7
136.17
100.00o
59.82
57 a 82
54.46
64,486
68.09
2?.23


The folowing bills were presented,      udited, approved
and ordered paid*                                           ap:oe
Jan. 29,
7656
7657
7658
7659
7680
7661
7662
7663
7664
7665
7666
7667
7668
7669
760
7671
7672
7673
7674
7675
7676
7677
7678
7679
7680
7681
7682
7683
7684
7685
7686
7687
7688
7689
7690
7691
B. F. Faast
Frederick Monsen
Walter W. Hart
Willard G. Bleyer
Edard A. Birge
Chas. W. Furlong
Robt. W. Wood
Frances E. Sabin
Frank L. Clapp
Harry Glicksman
Ben G. Elliott
Winifred Carberry
G. 1. Mitchell
Winifred Carberry
R. B. Duncan
R. M. Blackmun
W. Ho Severns
Chester Allen
R. Iawson Wise
G. C. Wertz
G. E. Zimmerman
William Wiedrich
. H. Mota
N. A. Alnderson
W P. Roecker
S. W. Gilman
W. Von Geltch
E. B. Gordon
A. B. Hall
L. D. Herrold
B. P. Meyer
E. M. Gorrow
R. W. Keyes
Harol  F. Connors
Lawrence B. Blair
Ellsworth M. Longfield.
L. B. Gordon
A. B. Hall
R. L4 Wise
Wm. Wiedrich
J. W. PC ,vll
H. F. Connors
A. J. Plowman
E. L. Luther
C. G. Krus e
". C.- Ja&cob s
C. H. Imi
. 3. DeleChe
John . Imrie
A. RaRmussen
Travel
.uedtur e
Travel
Lectures.
Lecture
Travel
Ie
33,
291.
111
T
Pr eparing   sin
ments
Trave3l
6y
O)ffice supplies
iTr
.01
11~
46
P3
32
6337
60 CO
2 c 80
58.13
15.26
1101,00
75.00
1.48
49.77
35.46
10*12
21.90
14.88
28.61
34.28
87.66
22.50
36.12
25.44
7.86
44.70
38.54
3.23
40.23
15.35
21.70
20.21
26.60
26.17
10.56
200.00
22.22
63.14
43.64
47.75
101.24
57.97
21.36
30.78
14.83
36.08
11.20
17.71
73.74
26.63
7692
7693
7694
7695
7696
7697
7698
7699
7700
7701
7702
7703
7704
7705
VT
if


4
Jan.31,
?
7
7706  Sadie 2A.i c~uty      Travel
7707  G.L.GilbetBursat
778i4,cct.of ' io-Coller-tine
7708 b ,Bursat
Acct- 6OdJcrIot ejI.ambleton"
7709 1,.f.06tt
7710  ii..Jones
7711  E.C.Hansen
7712  V. E. Brubaker
7713  R. T. Glassco
7714  John Swenehart
7715  W. E. Meanwell
7716  J. C. Steinauer
7717  G.L.GilbertAcct. of
J.-J. Sehomme r          Referee
7718  0.L.Gilbert.Bursar
.tlcct .N .0 -Kearns     Umpire
7719  W. E. Meanwell
7720  &.L.GilbertBursar
Acct-of S.P.Dooljtt2le
7721  Eugene Dietzgen Co.      Cb1luloid
7722  H. A  Metz Laboratories Chemicals
7723 W. F: RubertICards
7724  The McGowrnan Co.        Clamps
7725  Chicago Engineer $up.GoValves
7726  The Purciasing Agent Co.Subscriptio
7727  The De Laval Separator Co.Cream Arm
7728  Daily Cardinal
7729  Bates Mfg.CoSuInk
7730 Dennison lifCo.           Label
7731     B. Dick Co            Rollers
7732  Rentschler Floral Co.    Palms
7733  The QUaker Oats Co.      Oats
7734 NationalALssociati.on     Dues
7735  Racine Trunk Co.         Coops
7736  Remihgton Typewritr CoRepairing tyj
7737  Railway Review           -dvortisement
7738  Gancral Elec.Co,         Clamps
7739  Ph.Gross Hdwe.& Sup-Co. lenses
7740  The Beckleyalston Co    Chins
7741  State Dept. of Enr.     Acid & soap
7742  Smart Motor Car Co.      Lamp bulbs
7743  Carl Herrmann            Cards
7744  Berger 0 on             Repairing mat
7745 E. L. Phurndike           Pictures0
7746  The Palmer Co.           Subscription
747 Paul B. Hoebor           1eprints
7748 Eugene J. Hall            Photos
7749  Th. Hill Pump Vlvc Co.-Machine parts
7750  Goo. B. Limbert-& Co.    Valves
7751  The Lunkenhaimer Co.     Valves
?52  ieuter & co,             Jars &
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7759  Ame rican Chemical Society Books                 4.06
7760  C. H. Stoelting Co.       Reading tests         12.51
7761  The Science Press         Subscription &
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7762  V. Mueller & Coo          Forceps               39.18
7763  The Macmillan Co.         Books                  5109
7764 Yorthwestern Furniture Co.Desk & chair           63.38
7765  The Oil & Gas Journal     Subscription-          6.00
7766  noughton Mifflin Co.     Books                 98.49
7767  G. 3. Stechert & Co.      Books                342,51
7768  Egypt Exploration Society 11"10*50
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7778  Catholic Educat ion
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7785  The Geological Society
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7786 Khrris & Ew'ing           2Photos                400
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7788  The Hs      & van 7inkle Colacquer             1 *38
7789 F. A * Pharister Co.       Books                 4.00
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7798  G.2.   uteGogicl Sonst16y58
7799  Buro u of Business Research I                   1.00
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7850  Mallinckrodt Chem.iorks Chemicals             47.13
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7853 National Board of
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7855  The Neckerman Agency
7856 Penn. State Chamber of
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7857  W. H. Dudley
7858  Ginn & Co*
7859  Gilbert J. Holzer
7860  Marguerite V. Davis
7861  Katherine Ferguson
7862  Beuiah Hamilton
7863  Peter B. Henriksen
7864  School & Community Slide
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7865  D. Ap-leton & Co.
7866  Evelyn H. Jensen
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A. H. Barber Creamery
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Hudson MIg.Co .Heater
Illinois   lass coG
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The Nuss Implement Co.      Scale
Louis F. Naf:is              Milk test botl
.ves Roberts                poultry
The Traut & Hine Nfg.Co.     Nutbering maal
W. A. Gibbs                  Threshing
Baker-pham Lbr.Co.          Lumber
Silver Burdett Co.          Book
The Nat ional ColLa ,giate Athletic CooArnue
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Maledison Cas & Elec.Coe  Gas &  I.ec.
Wisconsin Telphone Co.      Teleptone serv.
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Western Elec.Co*           Fuses
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The New York Botanical Garden Books
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8052 E   B. Belden          Travel
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8054  T* E. Jonesa
8055   . M. Briggs
8056  F. A. Aust
8057  H. E. Pulver
8058  Benno  . Meyer
8059  Edith Hoyt
8060  Lawrence B. Blair
8061  W. H. Motz
8062 NT. A.  nderson
8063  E. Laws on 7ise
8064  Edward H. Gardner
8065  G.L.Gilbert, Bursar
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8067  2  "
8068  Chester J11en           Travel
8069  R. 1. Blackmun
8070  Tinifred Carberry
8071  R. B. DuncanI
8072  J. L. Gillin
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8075  L. D. Herrold
8076  Joseph Jastro7
8077  Robt. 7. Keyes Jr.
8078  Chester Allen
8079  Wiilliam 2iedrich
8080  Sam 't. Marsh
8081  Cottage Grove Creamery Roll
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8084  Barl J. Cooper
8085 E. M. Tiffany
8086  J. A. James
8087  Dallas Lore Sharp       Lecture
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8090  J. C. W1alker
8091  Leon J. Cole
8092  The Commonwrealth of
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8097  The Modern Language
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8102 -American Unitarian Assoc. Bulletins            3,00
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8104  Kwikstik Company        Muscilage              2*50
8105  City of Cleveland       Subscription           1.00
8106  J. -. Powell            Travel                34.96
8107  Frank L. Clapp                                48.24
8108  Gordon F. Daggett       Correcting assign-
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8110  N. A. Rasmussen         Travel               25.18
8111   .7 "oodardI "                                41.21
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8113  John D. Imrie                                 33,83
8114  E, C. Jacobs                                  22.74
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8120  Mrs. C.   e atth          n16.44
8121  McIntosh Stereoptoon Co.Lens                   2.18
8122  M. H. Scott            Travel                 3.61
8123  G. L. Gilbert, Bursar
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8124  G.L.Gilbert,/Bursar
Acot. of Alonzo Taylor Lectures             .75.00
8125  P. A. Aust              Travel                25.83
8126  0. . Zeamman                                 57.62
8127  John S. Donald                                47.62
8128  F. L. Musbach                                 57.88
8129  D.H.Reid.               Ex ress                .94
8130  James I. Hambleton      Travel                19.97
8131  Mildred Hagerty           of18.87
8132  John S. Donald           "i36.96
8133  Davenport-Taylor Mfg.Co.I"                     3.11
8134  Mrs. B. 11. J-cklin     Meals                  2.40
8135  T. H. Campion           Travel                52.15
8136  Mautz Bros.             Glass                  1.85
8137  The Bour Co.            Coffee                31.00
8138  "     f                 T "Tea                30.00
8139        "                 Coffee                31.00
8140  Hardinge Bros.          Reptiring clocks       9.45
8141  Pier Brotriers         Almond paste           3.25
8142  rolden Der Honey Co.  Honey                 16.00
8143  Geo.S.Daugherty Co.     Plums                166.25
8144  7estern Glass & China Co.Plates               96.00
8145  Occident Baking Co.     Bread                  5.60
8146  The Felix Girard Co.    Embalmer               9.00
8147  Goodell Co.             Repairs on can opener 4.92
8148  Madison Packing Co.     ieat               2054.91
8149  Simon Bros.Co.          Groceries            101.83
-10-


8150  Klueter & Co.           6roceries             254.20
8151     "TV      " IOoanut                           6.00
8152  Kennedy Dairy Co.        Tce Cream            247.65
8153                                 I "270.20
8154                                 1 "            144.70
8155  Kaplan's Fruit Store     Groceries            136.61
8156      "                        "I43.13
8157  Royal Machine &
Foundry Co.          Plating knives         20.26
8158  Mansfield-Caughey Co.    Butter & Oeo        145.80
8159      'TVV I                    I    t       205.50
8160     'I        I             VT "t    i        5400
8161       "V                              "t IT91080
8162  Gould, ells & Blackburn Co*Groceries        372.65
8163  The Fleischmann Co.      Yeast                 12.54
8164 1H. C. Christians Co.     Butter & eggs        184.20
8165  Kennedy Dairy Company    Milk                 306.45
8166     "siT291,80
8167      "                                         288.95
8168  association Press        Book                   1.35
8139  Amer*Physical Ed.Assoc.Subscription             3.50
8170  A. C. McClurg & Co.      Book                   1.26
8171  The Menges Ph'armacies  Syringe                2.10
8172  Frank Brothers           Groceries             46.63
8173 W estern Glass & China Co.Dishes                30.55
8174  The Max Wocher & Son Co.Syringe                26.60
8175  University Employees Store Goose               16.94
8176  Haar1of f-Loprich31eo.Co.Switch                 160
8177                n T   t    Electrical supplies    7155
8178  The Snugfit Eye Patch Co.Eye patches            5.31
8179  Armour Company           Chemicals             17.13
8180  Madison Saddlery Co.     Gauge                  3.60
8181  Wisconsin State Journal"dvertisement             .51
8182  Gould, V7ells & Bl1ckburn Co.Gold dust          9.90
8183 .Simon Bros. Co.          Wheat                  4.90
8184    TV    t               Groceries            15.08
8185  Albert Pick & Co.        Juice press           50.00
8186  National Case & Carton Co.Sanitary napkins     36.00
8187  Madison Drug Co.         Fumigaters             3.90
8188  ?alan's Fruit Store      Groceries             76.03
8189                             TV                 252.63
8190     TT[64.90
8191  ih ison Packing Co.     Meat                 301.11
8192             3V 118.22l
8193     TV69.34
8194  John Chatillon & Sons    Scales                 9.78
8195  Kennedy Dairy Co.        Ice Cream             10.10
8196  Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co.Biscuits                 7.42
8197  Rulle'r-Morrisson Co.    Tabs                  15.12
8198     "         Vf    i     Tablets                3.66
8199  Mansfield-Caughey Co.- Butter                  10.30
8200              "1T      VT  Butter & Oleo         30.60
8201      ItIT                                      11.30
8202  Madison Motor Car Co. Machine parts             2.70
-11-


8203
8204
8205
8206
8207
8208
8209
8210
8211
8213
Feb. 5,   8213
8214
821,5
8216
821?
8218
8219
8220
8221
8222
8224
8225
8226
8227
8228
eb. 4v822
8230
8231
Feb. 5,   8232
Feb~ 7,   8233
'~10, 8234
8235
8236
8237
8238
8239
10 8834,
8240
8241
8242
8243
8244
8245
8246
B. D. Leith            Min r purchasea
Chicago Glass Prod.Co.. G la§s Via
Xlueter & Co,          Grdderies
Gould, Wells & Blackburn Co.Groceries
Simon Bros.Co.         Groceries
The Cudahy Packing Co. Soap polish
G.L.Gilbert            Refund
Mautz Bros.            Glass   paint
E.' J, DelwicheExpress & Labor
isconsin Foundry& Mac h.Co.
D' E. McMillan & Bro. Coal
Sunderland, Evans & Agen Rent
The Fraternal Res.Assoc.Rent
S4. Umbreit          Travel
R. E. Vaughan
Walter H. Ebling
H., L. McMarry
earl Herrmann Co.      Record books
Mary Herrling          Hay
State Printing Board   Printing
ft             It      it3
11
It
11
it
American Ry.Express Co.Express
ft    if   T     Iii
Murphy Varnish Company Oil
J. L6 Tormey           Live Stock
Verona Creamery Roll
West Middleton Creamery Roll
Lecture Bureau Pay iRoll
U., ,Creamery Rol1
Butter & Cheese Scoring Roll
.rnold. J. Devries     Refund
Lorenzo L. Darling
Henry Pope
Margaretta Brown
Grace Hamilton
Violet Lind
Mar ie Schmi - dt
John i,-ddison         Moving
C. R. 'Bardeen        Travel
P. H. Hyland            Tracing so
Fellie Kedzie Jones    Travel
M. L. Kine 3B
G.L.Gilb a:t,Bursar
13,38
29 .29
161*.70
1126*40
541.36
32.45
683.23
65,60
10.91
69.55
4367.28
45*00
60,00
23.55
12.55
5.35
118*70
1440.00
75.00
183.17
325,24
9531.75
5.42
340.51
54.48
500.00
443.60
2207.54
1164.76
2154,42
26.67
35.00
15.00
46.20
40,45
13.90
13.90
13.90
32.00
6.86
20.00
97.74
33.34
13.76
43.40
40.09
18.18
10.86
99.00
.38
5.00
31.40
X~ c j0  f 14h*E *"cCaff
8247  G*LsCi1bet.Bursar
-,cct,.  ol" 0,GC  h.cle
8Z48  G.l.Gilber  3rsar
Acot. of C' .mith
8249 August Vater
8250  Paul V.-Ws
8251 C.IT.& s;.a pyCo
82529TheMI      ec,,
8253  John Burrovbridcge
254     sconsin 0..
rey
Hay
2Travel
Switching charges
t .Co .Preight
Lab-.Material
Telephone
-12-


8255
8256
8257
8258
8259
8260
8261
8262
08263
8264
8265
8266
8267
8268
8269
8270
8271
8272
8273
8274
827 5
8276
8277
8278
8279
8280
8281
8282
8283
8284
8285
8286
8287
888
82859
8292
8293
8294
890
8297
8298
8299
8300
8301
8302
MilwJ.Elec.Ry.& Lt.Co.  Light & Rower
C. & Northwestern Ry.Co.PreiGht
C. M. & St. Paul Ry.Co.
C   Northwestern Ry.Co.
Kvplan's Fruit Store   Groderies
Klueter   Co           Fruit
Madison Packing Co.
Gould, Wells'& Blackburn Co.Soap
Kaplan's Fruit Store   Groceries
Sibion 'wet3v             nT
Mahsfieldo-Caughey Co. -Bhtter
iaik Brothers         Vegetab1es
Chestet Allen          Travel
IT                    11
ST
IT
N!. A. Anderson
Rodney  . Babcock
J. G. Bennett
i"  it   it
Lawrence E. Blair
Winifred Carberrv
Frank L. Clapp
Harold F. Connors
J. L. Gillin
Ew. M.Gorrow
Marshall C. Graff
L .D.Herrold
Doris F. Lake
S .A.Leonard
JasV , 1 EOtt
Sam A Mfarsh
Benno -,W Meyer
Harry I, Miller
. H. Motz
Frederic L. Paxeson
J. W. Powell
Frank 0. Reed
7m. H. Severns
G   . iertz
R. L.VJiss
tJillis ser
L. M. Uarfield
Henry B. Hitz
M. H. Scott
if
Travel
Marking  ssiCnments
Travel
T
if
264.29
.50
93.93
122.22
102.55
50.78
208.24
13.25
96.39
116 93
87490
23.41
80.39
37.89
10.80
29.61
60.00
11.80
33.98
10.51
30.66
44.81
31.89
10.01
14.34
10.90
23.84
27.78
18.75
25.00
14.93
27.79
29.86
80.00
11.28
34.51
10.08
44.72
108.00
20.89
38.61
28.75
14.40
71.00
97. 00
19.00
Ing
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Feb.10,
Feb.11
8303  H. W. Ullsperger        Traval
8304  GJ.Gilbert.Burar
L:cct. ofL E.Miller
8305  Spooner Telephone Co.   Pelphohe
8306  Earl J. Renard.Travel
8307  Wisconsin Tel.Co.       Telephone
8308  Wisconsin Pel.Co.       Telephone
8309  C. St. 91 Minne.& Omaha Ry.Co.Preight
8310  Wisconsin Milling Co.   Feed
8311  August Turnquist        Rent
8312Christina Lang           Hemming sheets
8313  Nicholas E. Kearns      Travel
8314 Frank Birch
8315  Gee. Hitchcock
8316  John J. Schomner
8317  G.M. & St. P.Ry.Co.     Freight
8318 M. Kasak                 Travel
8319   Phillip Sheridan       Rent
8320  Hoffman Feed Co.        Barley & Oats
8321  Verona Croamery Roll
8322  Cottage Grove Creamery Roll
8323  Cheese Scoring Exhibition Creamery Roll
8324  lecture Bureau Pay Roll
8325  Madison Gas & Elec.Co. Light
8326  Arlington Chemical Co. Med..pparatus
8327  The Tabulating Mach.Co.Cards
8328  Shavings 4'Y'Sawdust Co. Shavings
8329  Russia Cement Co.       :ead
8330  Wisconsin State Journal Advertisement
8331 .utomotive Elec.Serv.Co.Chargincbatteries
8332  NationalRegulator Co. Tap
8333  Nether-ood Prt-.Co.     Paper
8334  Uei~son & Coo           Pads
8335Amr.Schooi 1d.Journal
Bruce Pub.Co.      Subscription
8336  Louis F. Xafis          Chem.Apparatus
8337  John 1. Mais Co         Chem.App.
8338  City of New York        Toxin
8339  Arlington Chemical Co.Chemicale
8340  Morse Chain Co.         Sprocket
8341  Henry A. Dreer          Seeds
8342    :.Itlee Burpee Co,
8343  B. F. Sturtevant Co.    Blower
8344Moran & hastings    Mfg.Co.Lights
8345  Rural-Manhood           Subscription
8346  Permanent Internal
Comi.Cong.of Navigation Membership dues
8347  The American Lar- Book Co.-Book
8348  D. Van Nostrand.Co.
8349  Tide Book Co.             IT
8350Peck & Hills Furniture Co.Chairs
8351  Hira B. York            Photos
8352  The Automatic Pile &
Sndex Co.         Cabinets
8353  Pacific Press Pub.Co.   Book
C. t.21  ine. OmhaRyCo.regh
26.95
85.00
9.60
14.00
15.00
19.50
108.14
182.21
20.00
27.44
19,51
31.66
397.00
19.41
7.09
17.96
67.20
1102.19
190.90
651.00
37.82
1609.23
3*72
7.50
40.50
113.15
43.75
.63
1*88
1.52
.60
.86
3*00
88.70
28. 04
1.00
8.65'
42.75
3 .77
7.95
494.45
90.96
2.00
2*00
5.00
6.80
13.00
51.00
14.85
57.75
6.00


8354  Patterson's Ed.Directory Directory            600
8355 1T. A. Phemister Co.     Books                17.50
8356  Rand icIally & Co.    Maps1750
8357  Amer.Political Sci.Assn.Dues                 3500
8358  Amer.Assn. of Univ.Professors Subscription
8352 Amer.Acad. of Pol.& Soc.Science Subscription 5.00
8360  American Ceramic Society Journal              8.00
8361  Keuffel & Esser Co. off N.Y. Map Measure      2w&1
8362  Capital City Plating Co. Plating instruments 7.00
8363  The Carswell            Subscription         14.40
8364  Callaghan & Co.         Books                19.50
8365  The Chipman Law Pub.Co.Subscription          10.50
8366  The Citator Pub.Co.     Subscription          5.00
8367  The Amer.Inst.for Sci.
TBesearch       Dues                  1000
8368AmerInstof Mining &
Metallurgical Engr.   Book                  65
8369  Nickles Elec.Shop      Looms                 12.12
8370  C.V.Mosby Med.Book
& Pub.Co.          Subscription          7.00
8371  Multicolor Sales Co.    Tools                40.20
8372  The Aner.Poland China Record Redording
PEigre es          8.00
8373  The Macdillan Co.      Books                 22.47
8374  lirs. C. B. Gilman     Cords63 Velvet       144,50
8375  Bank Of Wis. Acet. of
Anatom-nie Clastique du
Docteur Auzouz          Charts                  ZO0
8376  A. G. Woodman Co.      Honey                  1.00
8377  The Parker Co.          Ink                   100
8378  C.B.Sansum             Rabbits               15,30
8379  York Metal & Alloy Co. Powder                17.27
8380  Badio Corp. Of America Badiotron              5.00
8381  The Wil Corporation    Chem.App.             4.50
8382 A. Vittnauer Co,         Timers               26.00
83835Amer.attan & Reed. Mfg*Co@Reed               27*85
8384  National Carbon Co.    Paper                  4.28
8385  Central Scientific Co.Chamicals & Appar.     16.65
8386 New'York Belting &
Packing Co.         Tubing               39.77
8387 Madison Gas & Elec.Co.Bulbs                   12.00
8388 77m. Gaer'rter 3 Co.    Clamps                28.25
8389  Ph.Gross idwe.& Sup. Co.Tools               33.48
8390  The'DowChemical Co.    Chemials             36.60
8391  Davidson & Kopf         Carburator.25.00
8392  Schumcher Shoe Store   Shoes                49.71
8393 WehrMnns              Leather goods         54.25
8394  Applegate Chemical Co. Chemicals Ink          8.91
8395  Shafer Pierce Co.      Chemicals
8396 UieslOy                                        26
839  Unveraj  ., jen Co.  Rent on drum         4.25
8397  Joseph ,TRyerson   Son Sheet Iron
8398Jaes      ERhodesh  Co. Steel wool          2.9
C.V.Moab Med.Boo


8399  United States Blue Print Co.Pencils           29.O
8400  Standard Cooper Ball Co. Ya2iish             40,50
8401  Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.Plaster & Lacquer 47.75
8402  The Patterson-Sargent Co.Paint               180.00
8403  VTickwire Spencer Steel
Corporation         Cloth                82.03
8404  Central Electric Co.    Condulets             14.49
8405  The Chicago Glass Prod.Co.Glass joints       103.75
8406  Geo. B. Carpenter & Co. Tvine                79.56
8407  The American Varnish Co.Varnish               30.60
8408  Minnesota Mining &
Milling Co.          Paper                32.20
8409  F.  . Stanke & Co.      Fuse plugs             7.68
8410  The American Clip Co.   Clips                 23.00
8411  Detroit Copier & Brass
Rolling Mills     Copper               65.96
8412  Devoe & Reynolds Co.    Paint                 13.75
8413  Elec.Sup.Co.            Electrical Works    1876.00
8414  The C. F. Pease Co.     Globes                21.88
8415  New England Box Co.     Boxes                  6.25
8416  D. Appleton & Co.       Books                 17.01
8417  The Century Co.         Books                 99,18
8418  Margaret Fensel         Refund                 9.00
8419  Mlid-West Distributing Co.Films                7.28
8420  School & Community
Slide & Film Service   Rental on slides     27.00
8421  The Spectator Co.       Books                 24.00
8422  Amer.Techrical Society    "                   15.42
8423  Supreme Photoplay Corp.Photos                 50000
8424  Underwood Typevriter Co.Adjusting Type       2.45
8425      "Ii                                        1.30
8426  H. C. Netherwiood Prtg.Co. Legal backs         4.00
8427  Standard Paper Co.     Paper                  6.00
8428  G.H.St. John Co.        Seed                  850
8429  J. L. Ross Co.          Feed                 408.98
8430  Superior Water, Lt.
& Power Co.          Water                   .88
8431  N. H. Spooner           Paint                 37.00
8432  Chequamegon Ice Co.     Coal                  37.20
8433  Northern Rock Island Plow Co.Plow part         7.30
8434  Scanlan Morris Co.      Trays                 65.09
8435  The Amer.Guernsey Cattle Club Entry           2.00
8436  Wells Rircardson Co.    Butter color           8.50
8437  Henry Meanes            Unloading Coal       36 50
8438  Mine Safety Appliances
Company              Gas* Mask             22.30
8439  The Amer.Guernsey Co. Certificate             10.00
8440 The Amer.Shropshire
Association        Certificates           8.75
8441  De Laval Separator Co. Separator parts         7.18
-16-


8442
8443
8444
8445
8446
8447
8448
8449
8450
8451
8452
8453
8454
8455
8456
8457
8458
8459
8460
8461
8462
8463
8464
8465
8466
8467
8468
8469
8470
8471
8472
8473
8474
8475
8476
8477
8478
8479
8480
8481
Trojan Powder Co.      Battery
Kennedy Dairy Co.       Ice Cream
17adhams Oil Co.       Soap
Kennedy Dairy Co.       Milk
Madison Paciang Co.     Meat
Klueter & Co.           Groceries
Simon Bros.Co.
Gould, Wells & Blackburn Co.Bakceries
H.C.Christians Co.      Butter
National Cash Register Co.Repairs on
register
H.C.Christians Co.      Butter
Gould, 7ells & Blackburn Co.Groceries
RLuussell Sage Foundation Books
imerican Sports Pub.Co.Books
right & Ditson+h
Sidney H. Stuart       Machine
G. Spalding & Bros. AthletiF Goods
Bancroft   Bancroft     Professional
services
Marshalltown Mfg.Co.    Shear
The Vestern Iron Store Co.Hosa&steel
Valvolinje oil o.      aoln
Joh1in riley &Sons     .Books
OxfordP University Press Books
ieieenb ec -Dobelin Co.Hear
H. S--rgant  C o.Lab.spplies
Yahr & Lange Drug Co. Drugs
The Arthur H.Thomas Co.Tubes & Glasses
Skuldt & Ayen           Groceries
Urderwzood Type-riter Co.Typewriters
The W'estern Iron Store Co.MaThine parts
2if       it   I
H. Channon Co.          Machine parts
E. R. Neuenfeldt        Frogs
New York Store          Linoleum &ccarpets
The Ronald Press Co.  Books
P. T. Royston           Plumbing supplies
1Mautz Brothers         Glass
Genera-1 Paper & Sup.Co.Paper Goods
Rundle Spence IMfc.Co. Plumbing supplies
Remington Typewriter Co.Typewriters &
15.00
1715.00
111.67
366.60
1893.18
66,70
88.10
96.89
133.05
5*00
137,.20
44.38
1.40
1,50
6.26
45.00
285.67
20.00
36.00
31,75
175.80
31.90
8.37
74.43
223,74
123.74
37.26
94,95
175.87
73.44
3.45
67,27
51.20
79.70
40.10
5.60
45.65
63.38
38.92
203.20
638.91
9.45
196.18
57.90
6.55
43.20
218.40
451.00
36.14
46.33
37.02
8482
8483
8484
8485
8486
8487
8488
8489
8490
8491
8492
8493
Alford EL:s.Steam Laund
Madison Army Navy SuppJ
Atterbury Eros.
Albert Pick & Co.
LoL.Olds Seed Co.
Otis Elevator Co.
Western Electric Co.
Ja es B. Clow & Sons
H.E.Russell
A. H. Wright
M. L. King
Bank of Wisconsin Acct
of R.J.Beck
respairs
.ry     Laundry
y Blanket & boots
as e in
Dishes
Feeds
Mac hine parts
Electrical goods
Machine parts
Travel
Feb. 12f
P-ri-sms
28,87


8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8593  Geo*. -I. Jone s        Books
8594  Walter M Hill
8595  Harvare University Press "
8596  Hoskins MfgCo*Vire
8597  The Hanson & Van Winkle Co,
8598  General Serv uSyools    Books
8598  Amer.Ass'n.for Labor
Legislation       Substription
8600  The Wm T. Comstock Co.Book
8601  Harold G.Crane          Motor
8602  Callaghan & Co.         Books
8603  Porter E. Sargent       Book-
8604  L. R. Balderston
8605  Bureau of Publications
Teachers College
8606  Houghton Mifflin Co.
8607  The  1er.Journal of
Physical Anthropology Subscription
8608  Grimm Book bindery      Books
8609  Funk & 7agnalls Co.,   Dictionary
8610  Eau Claire Book &
Stationery Co.        Books
8611  Doyon & Rayne Lbr.Co.   Lumber
8612  Swartchild & Co.       Gld Ingot
8613 Steel Sales Corporation Idetal Shot
8614  Driver-Harris Co.      7Lire
8615  Central Steel & lire Co.Steel
8616  Bethelehem Steel Co.    Steel Bars
8617  The Leeds N7orthrup Co. Galvanometers
8618  The International Nickel Co.Nickelshot
8619  Harbison walker Ref.Co.Magnesia
8620  F.A. Iilde brand        Lab.material
3621  Cooper Hewuitt Elec.Do. Burner
3622  H.J.Segall              Telescope
3623 Singer Sewing Mach.Co. Bobbins
3624  The Devilbiss 1 fg.Co.  Bulbs
3625  J. Bernard Co.          Stencils
3626  Hilgers 6C Goeden       Meat
3627  E.F.Houghton & Co.     Belt lace
3628 Hynson "estcot.t &
Dunning              Chemicals
3629  Hoskins Mfg.CoR. Ribbon
630  General .ectric Co.    Electrical suppJ
631  Panstell Products Co.  Electrodes
632  Fritzsche Brothers      Oils
633 H.C.Netherwrood Printing Co.Paper
634  WIm. Lewis & Son        Viola
635  Kennedy Dairy Co.       Ice Cream
636  Dohmen Co.              Ether
637  Burdick & Murray Co.
638  Alford Bros.            Laundry
13.50
5.40
12.00
1907
0.b7
14.75
5.00
7.00
50.00
21.90
3.60
1.25
.75
6.83
5.00
245.15
2.20
21.43
4O.05n
5,75
22.50.
5.00
095
9 .71
163.00
21.50
30.00
15.00
44.55
3.57
4.32
2.70
9.12
10.65
15.57
2.00
48.75
s 45.21
20.10
30.80
9.75
42.87
51.15
29.12
5.40
94.39
Lie


8639   Xenneday Dairy Co.       Milk                 205.34
8640  Schaar & CurWeighta
ylinders     125,00
8641   J RPetley Co.           Refund.   eiphb
chai.rges        6.34
8642  E.H.Sargent & Co.        RefurA of freight
char-ges        24.02
8643  SBirkenstein & Sons     Waste cloth            81.27
8644'Th--T,1irde Air Prod..o. iTrogsn                  6,00
8645  Merch &'Co,,Chemicals                           41.00
8645   Lewis N'f C o          Gauze                 210.0
8647  C-reasel-Qtarfot Elec.Co.Electrical supplies 51.62
8618   Coo-_lvear Ri-bber Co.   Th~ubber good~s         8.600
8649  Wilkers-Anderson Co.      Aa    ts5.
8650  Standard Oil Co.         Ether                  45.00
8651Milwaukee Corrugating Cetal                      200.90
86521-G.Seiler.Books                                  8.64
8653ily Larson                Refund                 14.10
8654   John B. Leonard                                  6.25
865517il1ie 1c1illiams                                18.00
8656   William Bethke                                 14.50
8657PaulF. Ccoper                                      4.00
8653  AnnaL. Mi.ler                                    8.00
6659  Donald Campbell                                  21.70
6660  Mildref CroninI4.00
8651   JhV0Oberly                                       8.00
8662  Franklin & Charles        Books                 39.52
8663   J. '1,.Powell            Travel                11.28
8664  Henry Holt & Co.         Books                  19.85
6665  Un,,Lerwood. & iUner-riood.  Si ides           1.36
8666T.Fose1eY Book Co.          Blackbozrd rolls        6.30
8667  Bureck & Murray Co.      Dry Goods             14.83
86681%.Diemor                  Slides                30.00
8669   Se3Xten Hdvwe.Co.        iard- are               l.62
8670  Frank 3,,Phooge           Machine parts         28.06
8671  Henry Donatell           Paint £w suuilies        8.91
6672  Spooner !br.Co.          Wood., nails8, paint     5.50
8673A.JAbbott                  Treating cows         10.50
8674DAc ane                    Shoes W wagon parts     7.65
8675  Booth CampbeL Retail Lbr.Cokurnber               4.62
8676  The Badger'Pharmacy      DrUgs,22,39
8677   Creamery plackage 1Mfg.Co.Dairy suplies      141.38
678  State of ' ,.isconshm-
Dept.of Horse Breading L~jicen.se                1.00
8679   The                                                83
8680  KA.nH.Barber Creamer       i
&geletin      21.05
8581 TM.H.Fairchiid & CBother      undofashUg Pofdcr  35.75
8382   John Seneha2t'LIra            c ae32g71
8685  E.R.Jones                  Tyg33o09
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8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
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8684  Finance Officer Sparta Transferring TNT
Ordnance-Ordnance Depot
6685  G.M.Davis Regulator Co.Valves
8686  Ralston Purina Co.     Groceries
8687  H.C.Christians Co.     Butter
8688 Iansfield-Caughey Co. Butter J-,@lee
AlCo
8689  The Fleischmann Co.    Yeast
8690  The Bour Co.           Coffee
8691  Simon Bros.Co.         Groceries
8692  GouldW ells & Blackburn Co.Groceries
8693  John A. Colby   7 Sons  Cnair
8694  Crane Co.              Valve
8695  Boyd's                 Dishes
8696  Smart [otor Car Co.   Repairs on auto
8697  Chas.Scribner's Sons   Book
8698  The Abbott Press        Book
8699  Hook Brothers Piano Co.Records
8700  University of Minnesota Basketball schedule
3701 H.BA 9 }ns Insurance    Boiler instirance
3702  P. R. Sansum           Rabitts
3703  Chicago Glass Proc.Co. Tubes
3704  Eugene Dietzgen Co.    Planimeter
3705 Hynson Westcott & Dunning Tube
3706  Colonial Hospital Sup.Co.Pail
3707 Doyon & Rayne Lbr.Co. Lumber
)708 Underwzood. Typewriter Co.Repairs
3709 R.B.Ruud                Photos
370O  M.E.Dieraer            Photos
712  Conklin & Sons Co.      Ice coupons         1
713  grimm Book Bindery    Paper & binding
714  Madison Battery & Serv.Co.Hydrogen &
r.epairs
715  Democrat Printing Co. Adv.    pads
716                         Cards
717  Chis. H. Besley       Powder, steel
& bronie
718  !w .B.Saunders Co.     Books
712  Longmans- Gr eenR&C
86.46
23.00
46 .28
138.00
225.00
27.93
31.00
84.50
118.90
32.50
9.35
1.00
3.75
1.48
1.25
5 00
4.40
11.30
29.75
46.20
34.06
4.50
4.70
72.70
1. 70
10.00
3 7.55
17.95
L10 o50
10.00
48.35
81.95
7.55
3.37
74 ,70
32.98
.27.06
16.21
87.88
14.8S
2 55.
455
"0. 65
11.83
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
McGraw Hill Book Co,
The Univ. of Chicago Press Books
Ginnb& Cc,
"isconsin iPoundrye-
Machine Co.         Machine parts
G.E.Stechert & Co.      Books
Julius Andrae & Sons Co. lec.SuS lies
Bolden  HQ.Co.         Co er    ire
M llinckrodt Chem.<orksch__emicals
7


8728
8729
8730
8731
8732
8733
8734
8735
8736
8737
8738
8739
8740
8741
8742
8743
Teb.16  8744
8745
8746
8747
8748
8749
8750
8751
8752
8753
8754
8755
8756
8757
8758
8759
8760
8761
8762
8763
8764
8765
8766
8767
8768
Feb.17, 0769
Feb.18, 8770
8771
8772
£eb.21, 8773
P. Blakinton's Son & Co.Books
Eugene Dietzgen Co.        Drawing outfits
The Photoart House         Paper & slide p
Westinghouse Elec.Mfg.Co. Electrical good
Silver, Burdett & Co.      Books
Frank S. Dhooge            Feed & supplies
Kleuter & Co.              Salt
A. G. Spalding & Bros.     Athletic goods
Geo. Kraft                 Rental on tanks
University Co-op Co.       Office supplies
The Cudahy 2acking Co.     Crystals & glyc
Adolph F. Schmidt          Harness parts
Doyon & Rayne Lumber Co.   Lumber
Castle & Doyle             Lumber
Wolff, Kubly & Hirsig Co. Hardware
Simon Brothers Co.         Soap
Chas. Rieder               Auto tires
Walter Newcomb             Board
E. S. Reynolds             Drayage
Milwaukee Academy          Rent
Chester Allen              Travel
N. A. Anderson               I
Mary A. Bonzeleti
Winifred Carberryi
Harold F. Connors
L. D,. Herrold
Rbt. W. Keyes Jr.
Sam A. Marsh
Benno ',. Meyer
W. H. Motz
J. P. O'Conner
j. 1. Powell
W. H. Severns
Mrs. Robt. Snaddon
G.C .Wertz
W1m. Wiedrich
R. Lawson Wji ise
Oscar Thompscn             Beans
G.L.Gilbert, Bursar
Acot. of W.E.Meanwell      Travel
Yawkey Crowley LbrCo.     Lumber
Verona Creamery Roll
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll
Lecture Bureau Weekly Pay Roll
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll
The Univers  yC f Wisconsin Creamery Roll
B. C. 1asseicc.                 4,rssn
-  diplomas
A. L. Nussbaun             n pigs
James Tr,-ttman            Tunapg
Travel
G  _"  1,B
34.60
327.65
)latesl67.88
Is    19.00
21.52
39.71
54.00
51*71
25.89
239.21
erinel45.60
45.40
137.69
195.00
613.94
34.30
127.46
26.71
145.50
150.00
24.30
30.59
36.-66
21.48
16.83
13.76
15*08
34.90
19.59
9.95
9.*80
14.14
21.52
29.81
29.01
18.26
26.42
6.50
6.5
16.*36
231.*15
397o.29
632.17
1694.76
2181.64
2440.10
49536
22.*00
21.27
13,25
150.00
356.66
8774
8775
88176
-  ".  .      urar
Acct.M.E.McCaffrey
8778  Eldon Russell
8779  American Radiator Co.
I
Rent
Brackets & radiator


8780
8781
8782
8783
8784
8785
8786
8787
8788
8789
8790
8791
8792
8793
8794
8795
8796
8797
8798
8799
8800
8801
8802
Crane Col
D.E.McMillan & Bro.
C. & Northwestern Ry.Co.
C. M. & St. Paul RyCo.
The Griscom-ussel1 Co.
Three "F" Steam Laundry
F.J.Stokes Machine Co.,
Simon ros.Co* -
Loose-.Wiles Biscuit Co.
Madison Broom Mfg.Co.
M.Midnel Wald
H. -'. Connors
La Crosse Tel.Co.
Frank L. Clapp
S. W. Gilman
Arnold B. Hall
R.B.Duncan
W.M.Derthick
Louis E. Reber
Ben G. Elliott
E.A.Birge
Xennedy Dairy co.
f I ~I IT
Machine pa±ts
Coal
Freight
Freight
Storage Heater
Laundry
Punches & Die
Groceries
Biscuits
Brooms
Elea.& gas Bill
Office Expezlditure
Telephone
Travel
Travel
fT
Mil~k
8803  University of Michigan      Guarantee
8804, G.L.Gilbert, Bursar Acct.of
J.J.Schommer               Referee
8805  G.L.Gilbert,Bursar Act. of
H.G.Reynolds               Umpire
8806  Kenedy Dairy Co.e
C;   0    ~     Ice Crea,,.m
7fi                                i
387o6 86
5801.57
47.97
2114.94
1002.00
521.83
21.5
27.46
1.04
54.00
13.32
s   9.25
7.90
155.01
45.05
98.38
13.51
22.27
13.56
9.93
9.31
189.90
183.60
80.39
22.50
17.50
132.45
155.75
222.90
1937.99
311,60
111.38
780.00
1043.67
30.60
273.57
1.00
100.89
.50
2.00
4.30
68.03
68.00
7?.84
35.40
3.50
7.02
8808
8809
8810
8811
8812
8813
8814
8815
Feb.25, 8816
ItfTf                    y
Milwaukee P agBag Co.      Grain Bags
G. L.Gilbert, Bursar       Refund
G.M.Elis                  Films & ! ub
Yawkey Crowley Lbr.Co.     Lumber
Madison Gas &-Elec.Co.     Bas
G.L.Gilbert,Bursar        Postage
Swift & Co.               Feed
American Railway Express Co.
Wisconsin Office Supply Co.Repairs on
Dict h
es
8817  The Robert Rom Co.Valves
8818  National Council of
.Leachers Of English      Pamphlets
8819  M.H*Stuart,    eas
No-Central A ,sn~of Colleges &
Secondary Schools         Due S
8820  Northern Bag Co.,Twine
8821  The Horwam l Tir e & ]Pa "ber Co.Casing~s
8822 adison Pac1ing Co.         Beef
8823  1,0B. Meyroitz             Lights
8824   Milwaukee Drug Co.         Drugs
8825  John C. Moore, Corporation TCbl.ts
8826  JB.Lippicott Co.         lTests
eU
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8827 L*0. Lucht
8828   James Manufacturing Co.
Cleaning typewrite
Latch & Trip
En ui -men --
8829  Favor, Ruhl & Co.          Wheel
8830  Electrical Supply Co.      Electrical Goods
8831  Eimer & Amend              Charcoal
8832  The Capital Times         Advertisin
8833 Rudolph Boe-we             Beans
8834  The Breeder's Gazette     Newspapers
8835 Amer.Steel & Wire Co.       Cable
8836  Amer.Artisan & Hdwe.Record Subscription
8837 Automotive Elec.Serv.Co.   Batteries & Auto
Repairs
8838  The Western Iron Stores ColTools
8839  Northwestern Furniture Co.Furniture
8840  Frank T. IVcFarland      Photograph
8841  The Musical Leader         Subscribtion
8842  The Musical Monitor Pub.Co.
8843  A.N.Marquis & Co.         Book
8844  Library Bureau             Furniture
8845  Illuminating Engr.Society Subscription
8846  Harvard University Press   Book
8847  Ginn & Co.                 Books
8848  Entomological Society of
Washington             Subscriptions
8849  Candda Law Book Co.        Books
8850  Automatic File & Index Co.Furniture
8851  Amer.Ceramic Society       Book
8852  Amer.Assoc.of Teachers of
Spanish               Dues
8853  Amer.Country Life Assoc. Books
8854  The Waldcraft Co.          Print blocks
& Materials
00CM  T"- -L
r 10.00
1.63
1.05
7.80
1*14
2052
11.50
2.50
62.94
2.00
49.33
2.40
55.00
1.25
3.00
2.00
6.75
127.50
4.50
2*50
11.39
8.00
15.25
20962
1.50
2.00
2.50
80.99
64v44
7.07
4.00
1.92
6.24
15.00
5.57
3.95
8.82
8.20
.75
3.50
128.00
8.00
14.93
94.34
3.00
32.65
93.60
8856
8857
8858
8859
8860
8861
8862
8863
8864
8865
8886
8867
8868
8869
8870
8871
8872
8873
weston Electrical Instr.CoaMtors
Nor ton Co.                 Thimblei
Mautz Brothers             Paint
Merck & Co.Las CI
The Leeds & Northrup Co. Lamps
Theo. Ledin                Pattern
Lalley Light Corporation   Battery
Landis Tool Co.            Bushing
J. L. Hammett Co.           Pine-Vee
W. A. Hall                 Tooling
Heibel Bottling Co.Syo
William Gernon              Syphn
Wm.0aertner & Co.          Ca.orime
Mrs. H.C.EnglemanT-1)abbit
Brown & Sharpe Mfg.Co.     .ump
Acheson Grahite Co.       E]ectrod
Automotive Elec.Serv.Co. Repairin
Simon Bros.Co.             Grocerie
Will R~oss                 Medical
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hemicals
s
Jars
dl e s
Calf
igs
ters
4es
.g Battery
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Supplies


8874
8871
887E
8879
8878
8879
8880
8881
8882
8883
8884
8885
8886
8887
8888
8889
8890
8891
8898
8893
8894
8895
8896
8897
8898
8899
8900
8901
8902
8903
8904
8905
8906
8907
8908
8909
8910
8911
8912
8913
8914
8915
8916
8917
8918
8919
8920
8921
8928
8983
8924
5
Mainsfield Caughey Co.
Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co.
Kaplanrs Fruit Store
Klueter & Co.
Kaplan's Fruit Store'
Klueter &Co.
Butter
B iscuits
Groceries
Loganberries
Gl-r  -ePf-ru it-'
could, Wells & Blackburn Co.Flou
Pn.Gross Hdwe.& Sup.Co.    Cocoa Mat
Westinghouse Lamp Co.     Lamps
McKesson & Robbins        Chemicals
New York Cbmercial        Subscription
General Electric Co.      Blcstr Lato
L.W.Ferdinand & Go.        Glue
Eberhard Faber             Bands
Bauer & Black              Gauze & Zinc Oxide
Amer.Pad & Paper Co.       Pactds
Associate  Migrs.Co.     Toilet fixtures
Frank Brothers             Flour
The North Amer.Press      Signatire stamp
New York Store             Linoleum
American Machinist         Subscription
F. H. W'inn               Refund
Archer C.Stites           Refund
Martha PinneyI
Peter J; Poulois           i
The Newton Co.            Books
National Electric Light Assn.Handbook
McGraw-Hill Book Co,      Books
Famous Players-Lasky Corp.Film
Lester  . Conger          Refund
Ruth Co Bennett             it
Robt. H. Hall              IT
Allyn & Bacon             Books
D. Appleton & Co.          Book
Nickerson & Collins       Book
Northwestern Furriture Co.Chair
John C. Becker Co.        Film
Browne-Morse Co.          Card Sections
Northern Lbr. & Coal Co.   Lumber
G.H.Ross                   Telephone
Northern Rock Island Plow Co.Machine Parts
Bartles Oil_.              Kerosene
H.C .Nhetherwood Printing Co QMemb a]eh  stamp
N-1F. Renk               M1embership
Madison Saddlery Co.       Whip & bits
The Geo. C. Mansfield Co. Storage & cartage
Illinois Glass Company    Bottles
Farmers Cooperative Prod.Co.Bet   Salt
Elgin Butter Tub Co.       Tubs                8
Amer.Guernsey Cattle Club Recording Transfers
Amer.Poland China Record Assoc.Recording trans-
fers & -edigrees
9*60
7 .93
85.04
30.58
26.93
14.40
2,69
11.75
450.05
17.10
12,00
35.00
43.92
28.75
180 96
68 24
42.00
1.45
4.00
35.00
5.00
8*00
5.00
10.00
5.00
70*80
72.00
62.56
15.75
7 .50
4.00
15.650
8 *67
10.19
5*000
13.50
52.80
96.90
7.36
19.20
20.00
10.00
n .85
1.25
2 *20
4.91
27.40
3.60
01.00
5.00
43.75
4
4
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8925
8926
8927
8928
8929
8930
8931
8932
8933
8934
8935
8936
8937
8938
8939
8940
8941
8942
8943
8944
8945
8946
8947
8948
8949
8950
8951
8952
8953
8954
American Water Sup.Co.
C. 0. Luee
Madison Gas & Elec.%.
A. C.McClurg & Co.
Prank Brothers
The Bour Co.
Amer.Radiator Co*
N. B. Ruud
New York Store
Child Health Organization
of America
Mintz Brothers
Graham Paper Co0
Klueter & Co.
John C. Fischer Co.
Central Scientific Co.
Burdick   Murray Co.
Chas. H. Besly & Co.
American Book Cd.
Julius Andrae & Sons Co. E
Eau Claire Book &
Stationery Co.        B
SPbbns
Hardware
stove parts
Order Books
Groceries
Coffee
Window loops
Slides
Oilclot h
Books
Sewing"
Baper
Starch
Tank
Chemical Supplies
Cloth
Silver sheet
Books
jlecttical goods
Books, gui'.des
8.04
14.83
39.40
9.07
806.80
31.00
54.011
6.00
2063
1 24
15.75
39.40
40.60
23.00
176.25
30.10
36.46
17.59
251.97
141.95
118.84
25.00
45.09
13.60
96.15
242.15
98.22
95063
12 75
3.35
47.87
99.75
38.03
15.75
118.79
44*35
pencils etc.
Eastman Kodak Co. of N.J. Bellows & chem.
General Paper & Sup.Co. -1-aste & Paper
LonCmans Green Co.        Books
The Menges Pharmacies     Med.Supplies
Mallinckrodt Chem.iorks  Chemicals
1McGraw Hill Book Co.     Books
Western Electric Co.      Electrical supplies
Automatic File & Index Co.Furniture
Armour Pertilizer Works   Feed & serum
H. D. EwerTMachier ai
8955  Standard Oil Co.
8956  Follette Co*.
and fork
Gasoline
Feed, seeds &
8957
8958
8959
8960
8961
8962
8963
8964
Feb.26, 8965
8966
8967
8968
8969
8970
8974
8972
repairs
Houghton viifflin Co.   Books
V. Mueller & Co.         Forceps
H. C. Netherwood Prtg.Col Office supplies
Maut z Brothers          Glass
Wisconsin Foundry &
Machiro Co.        Machine parts
Rundle-Spen.o Mfg.Co.    Machine parts
Standard Oil C0.         Gasoline
Madison Blue Print Co.   Tracing blueprini
Gertrude Arbogast        Travel
B. A. Beach
Schaub Bros.             Batteriesa
S.   TI. Mendum          Travel
H. F. Wilson
E. D. Holden
Ira S. Griffith
G .L.GilbertBursar
Acct. of T. L. Jones
1081.72
74.33
240.96
ts 145.03
13.36
5.64
070
33.75
19.64
D.64 99-5g
39 .53
25.98


8973
8974
8975
8976
8977
8978
8979
8980
8981
8982
8983
8984
8985
8986
8987
8988
8989
8990
8991
8992
8993
8994
8995
8996
8997
8998
8999
8000
9001
9002
9003
9004
9005
9006
9007
9008
9009
9010
9011
9012
9013
9014
9015
9016
9017
9018
9019
9020
9021
9022
9023
E. H. Tiffany
McMaster-Carr Sup.Co.
Remington Type.Co.
Jos. T. Ryerson & Son
Smart Motor Car Co.
Swords Bros.Co.
Wisconsin Alumni Assn.
Wisconsin Country Mag.
Ross Mfg.C*
Gisholt Machine Co.
The Grank Shepard Co.
Stierle Bros.
Scanlan Morris Co,
J. R. Roebuck
J. T. Slocumb Co.
J. P. Rowe/
Albert E. Smith
Simon Bros.Co.
Sharp & Smith
E. H. Sargent & Co.
Wilkens-Anderson Co.
Schaar & Co.
Congtegation of St   Johi
Cati erdral
F. A. Aust
Edgar B. Gordon
J. B. Saunders Co.
Duncan H. Reid
J. W. Brann
Conrad G . Kruse
Peter C. Swartz
Ray C. 7alker
L.. E. Scott
L. F. Graber
H. W. Albertz
Earl J. Cooper
John B. Hayes
Elizabeth Miller
H. 7 Ullsperger
T. L. Bewick
Wisconsin State Journal
F. R. Gifford
Remington Thue.Co.
Specialty M 5.Co.
The J. L. Ross Co.
S. V. Reynolds
L. F. Graber
James Lacey
R. A. Kolb
J. H. Kavanaugh
E. L. Luther
H. G. Seyforth
Travel
Cellar drain
Overhauling machine
Steel
Auto Parts
Pipes & lamp guards
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
WaShers & stoppers
Steel
Subscriptions
Photos
Wall stand
Travel
Micrometer stop
Calc its
Records
Groceries
Med..Supplies
Chem.apparatus
I      "f
Funnels
a's
Rent
Travel
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Books
Trzvel
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Adverti sements
Travel'
Overhauling machine
Mounts
Stanchions
hardware
Travel
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26.92
55.25
14,50
98.36
6.10
407*95
58.00
43.50
21.13
12.00
36.00
15.20
85;50
65.11
48.95
13.00
10.00
5.45
15.05
102.23
54.81
13.50
120,00
6.02
30.41
64.00
5.15
31.74
3.08
13.65
18.59
11.67
20.75
19.73
7.03
18.00
27.73
22.32
5.86
3.00
11.13
17.50
27.50
25.50
9.00
72.91
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Stiller Photo Supply Co. 2hotos
L.F.Schoelkopf           Air pump
Sharer             Dairy.Supplies
Rexford Paper Co.        Labels
Marcus Ruben             Clothing
John Senehart           Travel
Gould Wells & Blackburn Co.Groceries
H.C.Christians Co.       Butter
. Spalding & Bros.     ithletic goods
T. E. Jones              Tr &v el
Wagner Electric MfC.Co. Motor
H. VJ. Stites            heifer
Fred. Jenner Hodges      Travel
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Standard Oil Co.        Gasoline
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Lecture Bureau Pay Roll
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Albert E. Smith          Piano
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The meeting adjourned,
M. E.McCafrey,
Secretary


 
GAEGUL;IR I,IETiNG OF TPE BOPRD OF REG.....  , 
        vadison,  Thtsconsin 
March 2, 1921    0:00  a.m 
PRES2ITT 
Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Eimon, Faast  Haor 
Horlick, Jones, Kohler, Iahoney, Mvillera, Perkins, 
Seamani , Trottman. 
IBSENT;a  Regents Butler and Cary. 
          Sc communication was presented from Regent Butler 
explaining that he wouild be absent on vacation br three or fotir 
weeks and expressing regret at being unable to attend the 
meeting.b 
          On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent 
Hammond,' it was 
          VOTEDS That the reading of the minutes of the last 
meeting of the board be dispensed with and that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
           President Birge made verbal report on pending 
 legislation affecting the university. 
          President Birgo also discussed scholastic standings 
of university students, stating that he would make further report 
Dat a later date. 
/ 
          .Regent 'ammond presented the following 
               _--,RKCOQ ATION1S Op TH EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; 
     1   That the rate at which patients are charged at the State 
of Wisconsin GenerplaHospitalt based on actual cost for the past 
six months, be placed at r?4o76 per patient day. 
               Sec.1417 a-c provides that the rate shall be 
               "determined by the Board of Regents'r, This 
               cost excludes heat, light, water and the 
               salaries of all physicians excepting a frac* 
               tional part (1/3) of the salary of the resident 
               physiciant 
        .idopte e. 


 
GAEGUL;IR I,IETiNG OF TPE BOPRD OF REG.....  , 
        vadison,  Thtsconsin 
March 2, 1921    0:00  a.m 
PRES2ITT 
Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Eimon, Faast  Haor 
Horlick, Jones, Kohler, Iahoney, Mvillera, Perkins, 
Seamani , Trottman. 
IBSENT;a  Regents Butler and Cary. 
          Sc communication was presented from Regent Butler 
explaining that he wouild be absent on vacation br three or fotir 
weeks and expressing regret at being unable to attend the 
meeting.b 
          On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent 
Hammond,' it was 
          VOTEDS That the reading of the minutes of the last 
meeting of the board be dispensed with and that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
           President Birge made verbal report on pending 
 legislation affecting the university. 
          President Birgo also discussed scholastic standings 
of university students, stating that he would make further report 
Dat a later date. 
/ 
          .Regent 'ammond presented the following 
               _--,RKCOQ ATION1S Op TH EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; 
     1   That the rate at which patients are charged at the State 
of Wisconsin GenerplaHospitalt based on actual cost for the past 
six months, be placed at r?4o76 per patient day. 
               Sec.1417 a-c provides that the rate shall be 
               "determined by the Board of Regents'r, This 
               cost excludes heat, light, water and the 
               salaries of all physicians excepting a frac* 
               tional part (1/3) of the salary of the resident 
               physiciant 
        .idopte e. 


 
GAEGUL;IR I,IETiNG OF TPE BOPRD OF REG.....  , 
        vadison,  Thtsconsin 
March 2, 1921    0:00  a.m 
PRES2ITT 
Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Eimon, Faast  Haor 
Horlick, Jones, Kohler, Iahoney, Mvillera, Perkins, 
Seamani , Trottman. 
IBSENT;a  Regents Butler and Cary. 
          Sc communication was presented from Regent Butler 
explaining that he wouild be absent on vacation br three or fotir 
weeks and expressing regret at being unable to attend the 
meeting.b 
          On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent 
Hammond,' it was 
          VOTEDS That the reading of the minutes of the last 
meeting of the board be dispensed with and that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
           President Birge made verbal report on pending 
 legislation affecting the university. 
          President Birgo also discussed scholastic standings 
of university students, stating that he would make further report 
Dat a later date. 
/ 
          .Regent 'ammond presented the following 
               _--,RKCOQ ATION1S Op TH EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; 
     1   That the rate at which patients are charged at the State 
of Wisconsin GenerplaHospitalt based on actual cost for the past 
six months, be placed at r?4o76 per patient day. 
               Sec.1417 a-c provides that the rate shall be 
               "determined by the Board of Regents'r, This 
               cost excludes heat, light, water and the 
               salaries of all physicians excepting a frac* 
               tional part (1/3) of the salary of the resident 
               physiciant 
        .idopte e. 


 
GAEGUL;IR I,IETiNG OF TPE BOPRD OF REG.....  , 
        vadison,  Thtsconsin 
March 2, 1921    0:00  a.m 
PRES2ITT 
Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Eimon, Faast  Haor 
Horlick, Jones, Kohler, Iahoney, Mvillera, Perkins, 
Seamani , Trottman. 
IBSENT;a  Regents Butler and Cary. 
          Sc communication was presented from Regent Butler 
explaining that he wouild be absent on vacation br three or fotir 
weeks and expressing regret at being unable to attend the 
meeting.b 
          On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent 
Hammond,' it was 
          VOTEDS That the reading of the minutes of the last 
meeting of the board be dispensed with and that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
           President Birge made verbal report on pending 
 legislation affecting the university. 
          President Birgo also discussed scholastic standings 
of university students, stating that he would make further report 
Dat a later date. 
/ 
          .Regent 'ammond presented the following 
               _--,RKCOQ ATION1S Op TH EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; 
     1   That the rate at which patients are charged at the State 
of Wisconsin GenerplaHospitalt based on actual cost for the past 
six months, be placed at r?4o76 per patient day. 
               Sec.1417 a-c provides that the rate shall be 
               "determined by the Board of Regents'r, This 
               cost excludes heat, light, water and the 
               salaries of all physicians excepting a frac* 
               tional part (1/3) of the salary of the resident 
               physiciant 
        .idopte e. 


 
GAEGUL;IR I,IETiNG OF TPE BOPRD OF REG.....  , 
        vadison,  Thtsconsin 
March 2, 1921    0:00  a.m 
PRES2ITT 
Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Eimon, Faast  Haor 
Horlick, Jones, Kohler, Iahoney, Mvillera, Perkins, 
Seamani , Trottman. 
IBSENT;a  Regents Butler and Cary. 
          Sc communication was presented from Regent Butler 
explaining that he wouild be absent on vacation br three or fotir 
weeks and expressing regret at being unable to attend the 
meeting.b 
          On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent 
Hammond,' it was 
          VOTEDS That the reading of the minutes of the last 
meeting of the board be dispensed with and that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
           President Birge made verbal report on pending 
 legislation affecting the university. 
          President Birgo also discussed scholastic standings 
of university students, stating that he would make further report 
Dat a later date. 
/ 
          .Regent 'ammond presented the following 
               _--,RKCOQ ATION1S Op TH EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; 
     1   That the rate at which patients are charged at the State 
of Wisconsin GenerplaHospitalt based on actual cost for the past 
six months, be placed at r?4o76 per patient day. 
               Sec.1417 a-c provides that the rate shall be 
               "determined by the Board of Regents'r, This 
               cost excludes heat, light, water and the 
               salaries of all physicians excepting a frac* 
               tional part (1/3) of the salary of the resident 
               physiciant 
        .idopte e. 


 
2.  That the Boa~rd of Regents accept the 
                            ThIPP FUND AS A TRUST FUND 
         the principal to be invested and the income only to be used for
         such purposes, from time to time, as the Board of Regents may 
         determine o 
                  Adopt eC. 
        AThnd 3. That the Board of Regents pledge .200000 from the TripP
        income to the i.emorial Union Building Committee on-condition 
        that the commons feature of the building be designated TRIPP 
        COMTION S. 
                  Adopted. 
                  On motion of Regent Hammond, seconded by Regent Miller,
        these recommenelations were by called vote adopted, all regents 
        present voting and voting "aye", except Regent Mahoney
who was 
        excused from voting. 
                 On motion of Regent Hammondt seconded by Regent Faast, 
        it ras   VOTED, That the minutes of the Executive Committee 
        meeting held January 28, 1921, as sent out to the regents, be 
        ratified, approved ,nd confirmed, 
                 Regent Buckstaff reported for the- Committee on Letters
        and Science, recommending the aidoption of the following 
                          RELCOi'I:.iD.TION.T S OF TH1 PRESIDENT 
                                "-Letters and Science- 
             1.  That the resignation of Hurley Fellows, assi.stant in 
        botany be accepted to take effect at the close of the first 
        semester of 1920-21., 
                 Adopted. 
  6-4 "2.      That the resignation of John R. Hedd., herbarium- 
69 -assistsant, ba accepted. to take effect at the close of the first 
        semester of 192021, 
                 Adopted., 


 
2.  That the Boa~rd of Regents accept the 
                            ThIPP FUND AS A TRUST FUND 
         the principal to be invested and the income only to be used for
         such purposes, from time to time, as the Board of Regents may 
         determine o 
                  Adopt eC. 
        AThnd 3. That the Board of Regents pledge .200000 from the TripP
        income to the i.emorial Union Building Committee on-condition 
        that the commons feature of the building be designated TRIPP 
        COMTION S. 
                  Adopted. 
                  On motion of Regent Hammond, seconded by Regent Miller,
        these recommenelations were by called vote adopted, all regents 
        present voting and voting "aye", except Regent Mahoney
who was 
        excused from voting. 
                 On motion of Regent Hammondt seconded by Regent Faast, 
        it ras   VOTED, That the minutes of the Executive Committee 
        meeting held January 28, 1921, as sent out to the regents, be 
        ratified, approved ,nd confirmed, 
                 Regent Buckstaff reported for the- Committee on Letters
        and Science, recommending the aidoption of the following 
                          RELCOi'I:.iD.TION.T S OF TH1 PRESIDENT 
                                "-Letters and Science- 
             1.  That the resignation of Hurley Fellows, assi.stant in 
        botany be accepted to take effect at the close of the first 
        semester of 1920-21., 
                 Adopted. 
  6-4 "2.      That the resignation of John R. Hedd., herbarium- 
69 -assistsant, ba accepted. to take effect at the close of the first 
        semester of 192021, 
                 Adopted., 


 
          3. That Ella ML. Ivilnrtin be reappointed assistant in botany 
     for the second semester of 1.20-21., salary    50 for the semester-
     charge to budget of department. 
              lAdopted. 
          4. That Clara ,. Bronmrigg be reappointed student assistant 
     in botany for the second semester of 1920-21 salary -"125 for the
     semester; charge to budget of department. 
              Adopted. 
          50 That Nellie Ma Foote be appointed assistant in botany 
     for the second semester of the year 1920-21, salary ',125 for the 
     semester; charge to budget of department. 
              Adopte d. 
          6o That Herbert Fo Copeland be appointed student assistamt 
     in botany for the second semester of the year 1920-21 salary 
     j)125 for the semester; charge to budget of department. 
              Adopteda 
          7,. That Ethel .S  Horton, assistant in botany, be appointed 
q    technical assistant for three months during the suTmmer of 1921, 
     salary of "1O0 a month; charge to laboratory fund - botany. 
              Adopted. 
          8* That the resignation of H. Ko Smith, assistant in 
     chemistry, be accepted to take effecýeatthe close of the first
     semester of 1920-21. 
              Adopted.& 
           9'. That Kenneth H. Hoover be appointed assistant in 
     chemistry for the second semester of 1920-21, salary $300 for the 
     semester; charge to budget of chemistry department. 
               Adopted. 
          10.  That Lorin B. Sebrell be appointed assistant in 
     chemistry for the second semester of 1920-21, salary ý,'400 for
the 
     semester; charge to depe tment of chemistry. 
               Adopted.. 
          11. That Carl J. Lauter be appointed assistant in chemistry 
     for the second semester of 1920-2l, salary )350 for the semester; 
  fl charge to department of chemistry budget. 
               Adopt ed.. 


 
     124 That Grant Showerman;professor of clssics      bQ 
granted leave of absence on the summer session basis for the year 
1921-62az 
  St:,LL .           I  , o 
             13. That the resignation of Marjorie Cairr, assistant in 
      Seconiomics, be iaccepted to take effect February 28, 1921. 
                  Adopted. 
             14. That L. WI. Hall be reappointed student assistant in 
        commerCe for the second semester of l920-21, salary v25 a month;
4 -     charged to budget of commerce department. 
                  Adopted. 
             15.  That Mearvin King be reappointed student assistant in 
        commerce for the second semester of the year 1920-21, salary 
        ")37.50 a month; charge to budget of commerce department. 
                  Adopted. 
             16o That Co /, Chapman be appointed student assistant in 
        commerce for the second semester of 1920-21, salary at the rate 
        of 50ý an hour, not to exceed .125 a month; charge to budget
of 
        commerce, 
                  Adopted. 
             17.  That the resignation of H. C. Tovnley, assistant in 
        education, be accepted to take effect at the close of the first 
        semester of 192C0Z1 
                  Adopted. 
             18.  That Helen A. Reed be appointed assistant in education
        for the second semester of 1920-21, salary  300,for the seemester;
        in place of H. C. Towmley, resigned. 
                  "dopt ed. 
             19, That the resignation of Amna Scheý   itln, Albert
E. 
        Gallun Fellow in German  be accepted to take effect at the close
        of the first semester -c 19Z0-21. 
                  Adopted. 
             20.  That Erwin Mohme0 Gustav ?abst fellow in German, be 
       paid an. add.itional sum of Il0 a month; charge to unassigned 
  ""77p instruction.  (Mr. M[bhme -rill take ovter the teaching
duties of    ', 
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                  Adopted. 


 
              21a  That Adolphine Ernst extension .division, be reappointed
        for the second semester of 1920-21. to aasist in- German; salary
        "550 for the semester; charge to unassigned instruction, 
                  Adopted. 
             22.  That Professor Charles M. Andrews, of Yale University,
        be appointed special lecturer in history, to give one lecture on
        March 24; fee of '50 in lieu of expenses; charge to unassigned 
        instruction, 
                  Adopted, 
             23. That the salary of L. J. Ragatz, assistant in history, 
        be increased from '250 to  315 for the second semester of 1920-21,
        on account of additiohal teaching; increase to be charged to 
        unassigned instruction, 
                  Adopted. 
             249 That Russell L. Johnson be appointed lecturer in 
        journalism for the second semester of 1920"21, salary 300 for
        theth  semester, charge to unassigned instruction, 
                 Adopted. 
            25.  That the following persons be appointed assistants 
    {  in mathematies fox: the second semester of 1920w217 each at the 
       salary named; total to be charged to budget1of mathematics 
    ) department: 
7                              A. A. Sperling,   YiQO a month 
                                Jo H. Miller,      110 i 
                                Ho G. Lindner,      50TV 
                                D. W. McLenegan,    50 
                 Adopted* 
            26   That L  Y.oConney be appointed Hollister fellow in 
      pharmacy for the second semester of 1920- 21 -,and for the first 
      semester of l92--2                                           r 
                Adopted. 
           27.  That J1 A. Hal'. be appointed to one of the Newport     
  4. 
      fellowships in pharmacy for the second semest-er of l92O-21 and the
      first semester of 192 1 -22."....  .......... . 
                       Adoted 


 
         S28C That T. AScholtz be app~inted assistant in philosophy 
    ! for the second semester of 1920921; salar        the 
                                              4ý-225 for thd semester;
    charge to unassigned instruction, 
              Adopt ed' 
         29. That Frances Dummer be appointed student assistant in 
    psychology for the second semester of 1920-21,salary "100 for-the
    semester; charge to unassigned instruction, 
             Adopt edt 
        30i  That the appointment of student assistants in p,0ilosophy 
    be authorized, compensation at the rate of 40j an hour; total, 
    not to exceed*'100, to be charged to unassigned instkuction, 
             Adopted. 
        31.  That Dorothy Hubbard be appointed temporary assistant 
   in physics for the week of Fibruary 14  19; compensation 440 for 
   the period; charge to budget of physics department. 
             Adopted 
        32.  That the resination of R. C. Siegel, assistant in 
   physics, be accepted to take _effecf at the close of the first 
   semester of 1920-21. 
             Adopt ed. 
        33.  That R. E. Hantzsch, assistant in physics, be given 
   additional teaching for the second semester of 1920-21, and his 
   salary increased from -400 to 1700 for the semester; increase 
   charge;to budget of physics department. 
             Adopted. 
        34. That Lois Karr be appointed student assistant in physics 
   for the second semester of 1920221, salary -400 for the semester; 
   charge to budget of physics departmentv 
            Adopted. 
       352  That Cyrus   o Tieme be appointed reader in political 
  science for the second semester of l920-2l1 compensation at the 
Srate of 50t an hour; total, not to exceed 210 for the sem~ester, 
S to be charged to unassigned instruction, 
            Adopt ed. 


 
            36.  That E. C 6 Dopki4ns be reappointed reader in Political
s science for the second semester of 1920-21, salary Ai00 for the 
       semester; charge to unassigned instruction 
                 Adopted.o 
             37. That Fay B. McConkey be appointed clinic assistant in 
       the department of speech for the second semester of 1920-21, salary
       2300 for the semester; charge to appropriation for Estelle Raymond
   Q__ resigned. 
                 'Idopted. 
            .38. That S. A. V7ofsy be appointed assistant in Romance 
 S     langugges for the second semester of 1920-21, salary 0650 for the
       semester; charge to budget of Romance languages. 
                 Adopted., 
            39.  That Emnilie Dejean, special French scholar and assistant
       in Romance languages, be given additional compensation of .)I00 
       for the second semester, making total for semester as assistant 
       450; increase charg to budget of department. 
                 Adopted. 
            40. That Alice Salvan, special French scholar and assistant 
       in Romance languages, be given an additional compensation of "100
       for the second semester of 1920-2l, making total for semester 
       I450 as assistant; increase to be charged to budget of department.
                 Adopted,, 
           41,   That Mercedes vt-anosalva, assistant in Romance languages
      be given additional compensation of   100 for- the second semester
of 
      1920-21, making total for semester %500; increase chgrge to 
      bUdget of department. 
                Adopted. 
           42. That the resignation of P, At Casis    assistant in 
- -Romance languages, be 'accepted totake effet at the close of the 
      first semester of 1920-2l. 
                Adopted* 
           43.  That Dorothy Hlaessler, assistant in RFomanceelgugs 
      be given additional compensation of $20O- for the second lagaesemester
of 
      1920-21l, makiyng total for semester 040O; increase to be charged to
      budget of department, 
                Adopted. 


 
             44.  That Lora Palmer be appointed assistant in Romance 
        languages for the second semester of 192021, salary V300    or 
        the semester; charge to budget of department. 
                  Adopted 
             45. That B3lanford Jennings be appointed assistant in 
        English in the 7isconsin High School for the second semester of 
        1920-21, salary j.'125 for the semester; in place of Mrs. Crowley,
    _ es ign ed. 
                  Adopted. 
             46.  That Frances Van M1eter be appointed substitute teacher
       of mathematics in the Wisconsin High School during the period 
       -Februaryt 7 -11,91921, during the absence of Mvlrsv Voss; compensation
       0   at the raef5 a day; charge to budget of ,visconsin High 
       School. 
                  Adopted. 
            47.   That Mrs. Rosen be appointed special visiting nurse 
       in the Wisconsin High School, at a salary of 3 a day, beginning 
 /67   FebruaryU1921; totel, not to exceed 1.490, to be dharged to 
       unassigned instruction. 
                 Adopted. 
            48. That Eugenie Gerhauser be appointed herbarium assistant 
       in botany for the second semester, salary -60 a month, beginning 
       ,February 21, 1921; charge to appropriation for J. Ro Heddle, 
     '~resigned. 
                 Adopted. 
            49.  That Erma Rogers be appointed assistant in Latin for 
       the second semester of 1920-21   salary 25; cha 
                             ,L          a25 ; chrge- to unass-igned 
       instruction, 
                 "dopted. 
           50.  That under the arrangement with the city Board of 
      Education the classes of Daroline M. Young, in French, in the 
,    Madison High School be oJhin for observational study by university 
      students in the department of education, during the months of March,
      April, and. May, 1921, Miss Young °to receive 50; provided in the
      budget. 
                Adopted. 
           51. That the sala.ry of V. P. lee, assistant in economics, 
   be increased for the second. semester of 1920_21.by the sum of 
       ~l5; cha~rge to budget of~ department, 
                Adopted. 


 
          52. That the salary ofRH6 Hr Smith, assistant in economtes 
     be increased for the second. emester of 1520-21 by the sumof "125;
     ccharge to budget of department, 
               Adopted. 
          53.  That the salary of. H. Jome, assi ta=t in economics, be 
     increased for the second. semester of 1920-21 by the sum of &-?5;
     charge to budget of department. 
               Adopted. 
          54. That it. H. lbertz be appointed student assistant in 
     economics for the second semester of 1920-21, salary .3l00 for the 
     semester; charge to budget of department. 
               Ad.&opted. 
          55.  That Helen I. Clarke, be appointed instructor in 
    sociology for the second semester of 1920-21, without compensation. 
               Adopted 
         56.   That D. C. Hogarth be appointed lecturer in classics, 
    to give a lecture on March 12, fee        %?00; -i60 charged. to unassigned
&- instruction, L & S., and "50 provided from funds of lecture
    Committee. 
              Adopted. 
         57%  That Nellie 14. Larson, assistant in history (salary 
    'L'500 for the year) be also appointed assistant in music for the 
    second semester of 1920-21 at a salary of <2O charge to 
    unassigned instruction. 
              Adopted, 
              On motion of Regent Bueks~tff, seconded by Regent 
    Hammond, recommendations   1 -57 under Letters and Science were 
    adopted. 
              Regent Mahoney reported for the Committee on Agriculture, 
    recommending the adoption of the follo-ing 
                        REC0,1I...VDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                 -Agriculture- 
        1, That 1Thrgcuret Sichler be appointed technical assistant in 
  Sagricultural bacteriology for five months, beginning February 1, 
  13/1921, at a salary of 9O a month;-charge to 3K, Farm and Dairy, 
  SSale, Legume Cultures. 
            Adopted. 


 
          52. That the salary ofRH6 Hr Smith, assistant in economtes 
     be increased for the second. emester of 1520-21 by the sumof "125;
     ccharge to budget of department, 
               Adopted. 
          53.  That the salary of. H. Jome, assi ta=t in economics, be 
     increased for the second. semester of 1920-21 by the sum of &-?5;
     charge to budget of department. 
               Adopted. 
          54. That it. H. lbertz be appointed student assistant in 
     economics for the second semester of 1920-21, salary .3l00 for the 
     semester; charge to budget of department. 
               Ad.&opted. 
          55.  That Helen I. Clarke, be appointed instructor in 
    sociology for the second semester of 1920-21, without compensation. 
               Adopted 
         56.   That D. C. Hogarth be appointed lecturer in classics, 
    to give a lecture on March 12, fee        %?00; -i60 charged. to unassigned
&- instruction, L & S., and "50 provided from funds of lecture
    Committee. 
              Adopted. 
         57%  That Nellie 14. Larson, assistant in history (salary 
    'L'500 for the year) be also appointed assistant in music for the 
    second semester of 1920-21 at a salary of <2O charge to 
    unassigned instruction. 
              Adopted, 
              On motion of Regent Bueks~tff, seconded by Regent 
    Hammond, recommendations   1 -57 under Letters and Science were 
    adopted. 
              Regent Mahoney reported for the Committee on Agriculture, 
    recommending the adoption of the follo-ing 
                        REC0,1I...VDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                 -Agriculture- 
        1, That 1Thrgcuret Sichler be appointed technical assistant in 
  Sagricultural bacteriology for five months, beginning February 1, 
  13/1921, at a salary of 9O a month;-charge to 3K, Farm and Dairy, 
  SSale, Legume Cultures. 
            Adopted. 


 
              2.  That 0. H. Gerhardt be appointed half- time assistant in
         agricultural chemistry for five months, beginning February 1l 
         1921, at a salary of *50 a month; in place of Samuel Epstein 
    S7(~ resigned                                        _     _, 
                  Adoptedo 
              3., That A. H. Benton be appointed part-time assistant in 
         agricultural economics for the second semester of 1920.21 at a 
         salary of $200 for the semester; charge to budget appropriation
         for ctost of production studies. 
                  Adopted. 
              4.  That the salary of Henry Keller, part-time assistant in
         agricultural economics, be increased from .125 to $a).O for the
         second semester of 1920221; increase to be charged to unexpended
         balance in salarioes in agricultural economics, 
                  Adopted. 
              5,  That the resignation of A. A. Wolf, half-otime assistant
        in agricultural engineering, be accepted to take effect at the 
        end of the first semester of 1920-.21. 
                 Adoptedo 
             6. That 11. C. Kreuger be appointed half-time assistant-. in
        agricultural engineering for the second semester of 1920-21, at 
        a salary of 9250 for the semester- in place of A. A. Wolf 
        resigned. 
                 Adopted'. 
             '7. That the resination of C. N. Fardy, technical 
    r .- assistant in agricultural engineering, be accepted to take effect
        February 9, 1921. 
                 Adopted, 
             8.  That J. M. A. Payton be appointed assistant in 
       agricultural engineering from February 10 to March 16, .1921, in-
/      clusive, compensation at the rate of ?135 a month; charge to 
       Short Course work, (p. 2 ). 
                 AdoptAed 4,. 
            9. That Benjamin P. Zaffke be appointed assistant state 
So     leader of Boys' and Girls' Clubs (rank of in~structor in agricultural
            extnson, eginig  ebuary 1, 1921, salary $75 a month; 
   < charge to salary of E~. A, Stodyk, resigned.. 
      ./       Adopt ed. 


 
          i0. That the fallowing changes be made in the appointments 
     of county agricultural repfesentatives: 
              IL. J. Merriam, Walworth County, salary from county 
                              increased from $900 to .1200; amount 
                              from University remaining at $A709P 
                              effective January 1, 1921: 
              James Lacey, Green Lake County, salary $3000; $1300 
                              from county, "l700 from University; 
                              effective January 1, 1921; 
              Paul F. Graf, transferred from Vernon to Grant County; 
                              salary $3000; $1300 from county; $-170 
                              from University; effective February 1, 
                              1921; 
  10         J. MI. Coyner, Jefferson County, salary from county 
                              increased from $500 to Y1300; amount 
                              from University remaining at $1700; 
                              effective January 1, 1921; 
        /o- Edward Wo Schelling, appointed county agricultural 
                             representative for Vernon County; salary 
                             $2200 per annum, 12 months' basis; 
                             county $500, University $1700; in place 
                             of Paul F. Graf, transferred; effect i-e 
             Adopted*        Pebruary 1, 1921. 
         iI. That Nels T. INelson be app6inted half-time assistant in 
    agronomy from February 15 to the close of the year 1920-21, salary 
    at the rate of 060 a month; charge to contingent salaries. 
             Adopted. 
         12. Than Ann G. Braun be appointed assistant in home econ- 
-   omics for the second semester of 1920-21, salary of ,600 for the 
    semester; charge to balance oti salary of Miss Buell, resigned. 
             Adopted. 
         13. That the resig- tion of Edna Sherman-Waker, instructor 
    in home economics, Ibe accepted to take effect at the end of the 
    fourth payment period of l920~-31. 
             Adopted. 
         14. That Vera ILubino Dixon be appointed instructor in home 
    economics from January 24, 1921, to the close of theyer9221 
    salary at the rate of  200 a month; charge to balance yeron salary 
    for M~rs. Walker, resigned, and for the summer service. 
             Adopted. 


 
     15. That the following scholars be appointed for the second 
semester of 1920-21' 
         Govan N. Stroman, genetics; BoS.1917, Texas A.& M40Cllege )
                                     M.SJ1920, WiseCo nsin 
                                     Working for PH.D 
Sven A, Norling, agricultural engineering; 
                             B.A.1917, Upsali Unlivo(Sweden)/, 
                             M.S .1919, 
                             Working for Ph.D 
     Representative of ScandinavianFoundation at' 
                             Wisconsin o 
Edith Haynes, agricultural bacteriology; 
                            BOAo1915, Emporia 
                            Working for M.S. 
Adopted,, 
            /16. That the resignation of Elsie L. Calkinst scholar in 
      home economics, be accepted-to take effect at the close of the 
      first semester of 1920-210 
               Adopted. 
           17# That Glenn Vergeront be appointed county agricultUral 
   ? representative f or Jackson County, beginning April 1. 1921; 
      slry apte rteofk                                           I' 
      salairy at the rate of ý3000 per annum, payable in twelfths,
      as follows:  University,   1700  County, ,1300- provided in the 
      budget' 
               Adopted* 
           18. That E. S. Leverich be appointed county agricultural re- 
     presentative for Eau Claire County, beginning March 1, 1921, 
     salary at the rate of "2000 per annum, payble in twelfths, as 
     follows: University,9 1700; County, 9300; in place of G.'R. 
 ' Ingalls, resigned. 
               Adopted. 
           19.  That Mert'on Wright be appointed county agricultural 
  Srepresentative for braw1oj-d County, beginning March 1, 1921; 
      salary at the rate of "-2400 per annum, payable in twvelfths,
as 
      fo lows:  Univer's'ity,'1700; County, 700; provided in budget. 
                Adoptted.0 
            20. That George Amundson be appointed assistant in 
      Sagricultural engineering (land clearing) for two months, beginning
fob   February 17, 1921, salary at the rate of "25 a month and expenses
     while in the field; charge to land clearing funds. 
               Adopted. 
c, 
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           21. That Elizabeth Beye-be appointed fellow, i. home eono4mics
      for the second semester2o 0-21, in place of Ann Gertrude 3rau-r- 
   ~ resigned. 
                          _4e5 
              Adopted.                                                  
   2- 
          22. That A.I H Cole, county agricultural represehtative for 
     Lincoln County, be granted leave of absence for one month, beoa 
     ginning February 10, 1921, without pay, 
              Adopted. 
          23. That Oscar ifagista&d be aippointed student assistant in
     soils, one-third time, beginning Match 1, 1921, at a salary of 
     qP35 a month; charge to ý700 item for Truog's research work 
     in soils, 
              Adopted. 
              On motion of Regent Hamxnond, seconded by Regent Faast, 
     recommendations 1-23 under Agriculture were adopted. 
              Regent Eimon reported. for the Committee on Engineering, 
     recommending the adoption of the following 
                         RECOCIvlJEIDATION OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                "Engine e ring<= 
          1. That C. D. Lehman be appointed instructor in the 
-f C machine shop at a salary of $1000 for the second semester of 
     1920-21; one-half to be charged to salary account and one-half 
     to fund for moving expenses. 
              Adopted. 
          2.° That B, J.o Riggs be c\ntinued as tool-rdom assistant f!or
     the second semester of 1920-21 a4 a salary of "250 for the semester;
     charged to item in budget for that purpose. 
              AdoPtedo 
          3, That R. H. Rea-be be appointed assistant in pattern 
     making for the second semester of 1920-21, salary y300 for the 
     Asemester; provided in the budget 
              Adopted. 
              On motion of Regent Eimrno, seconded by Regent Miller, 
     r'ecommrend~ations lI-3 under Engineering were adopted. 


 
           21. That Elizabeth Beye-be appointed fellow, i. home eono4mics
      for the second semester2o 0-21, in place of Ann Gertrude 3rau-r- 
   ~ resigned. 
                          _4e5 
              Adopted.                                                  
   2- 
          22. That A.I H Cole, county agricultural represehtative for 
     Lincoln County, be granted leave of absence for one month, beoa 
     ginning February 10, 1921, without pay, 
              Adopted. 
          23. That Oscar ifagista&d be aippointed student assistant in
     soils, one-third time, beginning Match 1, 1921, at a salary of 
     qP35 a month; charge to ý700 item for Truog's research work 
     in soils, 
              Adopted. 
              On motion of Regent Hamxnond, seconded by Regent Faast, 
     recommendations 1-23 under Agriculture were adopted. 
              Regent Eimon reported. for the Committee on Engineering, 
     recommending the adoption of the following 
                         RECOCIvlJEIDATION OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                "Engine e ring<= 
          1. That C. D. Lehman be appointed instructor in the 
-f C machine shop at a salary of $1000 for the second semester of 
     1920-21; one-half to be charged to salary account and one-half 
     to fund for moving expenses. 
              Adopted. 
          2.° That B, J.o Riggs be c\ntinued as tool-rdom assistant f!or
     the second semester of 1920-21 a4 a salary of "250 for the semester;
     charged to item in budget for that purpose. 
              AdoPtedo 
          3, That R. H. Rea-be be appointed assistant in pattern 
     making for the second semester of 1920-21, salary y300 for the 
     Asemester; provided in the budget 
              Adopted. 
              On motion of Regent Eimrno, seconded by Regent Miller, 
     r'ecommrend~ations lI-3 under Engineering were adopted. 


 
                Regent Horiick reported. for the Medical School Committee
       recommending the adoption of the following 
                             RECOMEFIFDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                       -M,[edic ine- 
    VlI.        That the resignation of 11ark Bach, student assistant in
       anatomy, be accepted_,to take effect at the close of the first 
       semester of 1920-21. 
                Adopted. 
            2v That Jilliam E. Jahsman be appointed student assistant in
       anatomy for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary of "275
       for the semester; in place of Mark Bach, resigned., 
                Adopted. 
            3, That Dr. G.H.Robbins, be transferred from the extension 
       division to full time in the department of clinical medicine; 
       and that Dr. Fahr's time. be divided between the extension division
5      (1500) and the department Of clinical medicine (l,000). (No 
       change in budgets involved). 
                Adopted. 
            4. That Dr. J. C. Elsom be paid. 250 for additional service 
       at the university clinic and hospital during the second half of 
       the current year to be charged to the appropriation for hospital 
       service ($5000).   That an assistant be provided for his work at 
       a salary of $100 per month; to bd paid from the revolving fund. 
       The assistant is to be employed for such length of time as the 
       pressure of work makes it necessary. 
                 Adopted, 
                 On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Faast, 
       recommendations 1-4 under M 1edical School were adopted. 
                 Regent Hammond reported for the University Extension 
       Committee, recommending the adoption of the following 
                        REC0LE:.ATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                 -Ext ens ion- 
             I. That Herman R. Salen be appointed instructor in business
       administration, ,Milwaukee district, at a salary of $2000 per 
3'f   annum, 10 monthst basis, beginning February 16, 1921; charge to 
       2 AR. 
                 Adopted.. 
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                Regent Horiick reported. for the Medical School Committee
       recommending the adoption of the following 
                             RECOMEFIFDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                       -M,[edic ine- 
    VlI.        That the resignation of 11ark Bach, student assistant in
       anatomy, be accepted_,to take effect at the close of the first 
       semester of 1920-21. 
                Adopted. 
            2v That Jilliam E. Jahsman be appointed student assistant in
       anatomy for the second semester of 1920-21, at a salary of "275
       for the semester; in place of Mark Bach, resigned., 
                Adopted. 
            3, That Dr. G.H.Robbins, be transferred from the extension 
       division to full time in the department of clinical medicine; 
       and that Dr. Fahr's time. be divided between the extension division
5      (1500) and the department Of clinical medicine (l,000). (No 
       change in budgets involved). 
                Adopted. 
            4. That Dr. J. C. Elsom be paid. 250 for additional service 
       at the university clinic and hospital during the second half of 
       the current year to be charged to the appropriation for hospital 
       service ($5000).   That an assistant be provided for his work at 
       a salary of $100 per month; to bd paid from the revolving fund. 
       The assistant is to be employed for such length of time as the 
       pressure of work makes it necessary. 
                 Adopted, 
                 On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Faast, 
       recommendations 1-4 under M 1edical School were adopted. 
                 Regent Hammond reported for the University Extension 
       Committee, recommending the adoption of the following 
                        REC0LE:.ATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                 -Ext ens ion- 
             I. That Herman R. Salen be appointed instructor in business
       administration, ,Milwaukee district, at a salary of $2000 per 
3'f   annum, 10 monthst basis, beginning February 16, 1921; charge to 
       2 AR. 
                 Adopted.. 
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             2. That Meade Burke be appointed instructor in physical 
        education at a salary of ,75 a month    beginning February 15. 1921
        in place of George T. B resnahan,_rresigned. 
                 Adopted, 
             3o That Professor Warner Taylor be employed to look after the
        eligibility of football candidates, beginning January 15, 1921, 
        salary at the rate of "50 a month; charge to assistant coaches
        athletic council budget. 
                 Adopt ed° 
                 On motion bf Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Miller, 
        recommendations 1-3 3 ider Physical Education were adopted. 
                        REC01vL'IENDATIONS OF THE RBSIDENT 
                                  --General- 
             l   That upon the certification of the registrar, the 
       following degrees be granted: 
                              Bachelor of Laws 
                            John Wattawa, B.A. 
                            Robert LeRoy Peters, B.A. 
                            Kenneth Philip Grubb 
                            Harry William Riley 
                            Herman Roy Ralen 
                            Kenneth Sidney White 
                            Carl Wilb'ert. 
                 Adopted.a 
                                  -Research- 
            1, That Dr. °v E. Tisdale, 3210 Arlington St., Chicago, 
       be appointed research assistant for the months of February to 
'7     August inclusive, of the current year, at a salary of "200 a
month; 
   4   to be charged to allotment made to the department of geologZfrom 
3      the university research fund. 
                Adopted. 
                                -Scholarships- 
            1.   That the following scholarships be granted-:_ 
                      South American: F. P. N~ogueria, second semester 
                                      1920-21, in place of P. A. Casis, 
                                      resigned. 
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             2. That Meade Burke be appointed instructor in physical 
        education at a salary of ,75 a month    beginning February 15. 1921
        in place of George T. B resnahan,_rresigned. 
                 Adopted, 
             3o That Professor Warner Taylor be employed to look after the
        eligibility of football candidates, beginning January 15, 1921, 
        salary at the rate of "50 a month; charge to assistant coaches
        athletic council budget. 
                 Adopt ed° 
                 On motion bf Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Miller, 
        recommendations 1-3 3 ider Physical Education were adopted. 
                        REC01vL'IENDATIONS OF THE RBSIDENT 
                                  --General- 
             l   That upon the certification of the registrar, the 
       following degrees be granted: 
                              Bachelor of Laws 
                            John Wattawa, B.A. 
                            Robert LeRoy Peters, B.A. 
                            Kenneth Philip Grubb 
                            Harry William Riley 
                            Herman Roy Ralen 
                            Kenneth Sidney White 
                            Carl Wilb'ert. 
                 Adopted.a 
                                  -Research- 
            1, That Dr. °v E. Tisdale, 3210 Arlington St., Chicago, 
       be appointed research assistant for the months of February to 
'7     August inclusive, of the current year, at a salary of "200 a
month; 
   4   to be charged to allotment made to the department of geologZfrom 
3      the university research fund. 
                Adopted. 
                                -Scholarships- 
            1.   That the following scholarships be granted-:_ 
                      South American: F. P. N~ogueria, second semester 
                                      1920-21, in place of P. A. Casis, 
                                      resigned. 
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Legislative, 
Wisconsin: 
Adotted, 
second. semester 1920-21 
  Esther E, Van 2Jagoner, C.J. 4 
  Ruth M Johnson, grad. 
  Jessie P. eRose, 
  Theodore Bo Manny, 
  "Ililbur H. Seubert, 
  Gerald F. Finlay,   " 
  Edith Aultman, L.S.. 3 
  Mary 1A. Ball, C.C. 1 
  J. G. Beatty, Erg. 1 
  John Bowles,   L.S. 1 (Medý 
  Mlargaret Duokett, L.S, 3 
  Alice Fiddyment, Lr>Sa   (Com) 
  Christian Henrichsen, Eng.4 
  Victor C. Hunt, L? S. 1 (Corn) 
  Fay MoConkey, L.S. 1 
  Elsie B, Sherman, Ag. 2 
  Mary Voorhees, L.S. 3 
  Harry G. Barnes, L.S.4 
  Gussie A. Gruenheck, L.S. 4 
  Hazel M1 Tompkins, Ag. 4 
  Richard J. Gordon, L.So (Med) 
  ".Robert H. Sykes, Ag. 2 
  Leonore B. Weber, H.E. 4 
(,l00 per annum) 
  John Kostuck, LoS. 2 
jt 
  t!5 
  1ls 
  UP- 
     2.  That the regents accept the offer of '750 fro0m the 
E. .1. du Pont de Nerours & Company for the continuation of 
du-Pont fellowship o-n chemistry. ( 
         Adopt0ed.ted.o 
         On motion of President Birge, seconded by Regent Faastt 
recommendations under General, Research, and Scholarships were 
adopted. 
          1; communicatio. was presented from  obert Crawford, 
General Secretary of tht L-lu, i Association, together with a 
resolution passed by the University of Illinois iMilwaukee Alumni 
Association, offering assis-tance to the University of Wisconsin 
in formulating publiclopinion for the furtherance of the work of 
the university. 
          President Birge was asked. to acknowledge the letter, 
 expressing the thanks and appreciation of the regents of this 
 offer. 
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        Iresident Seaman roaa a communication f-rom Charles £ 
Hill, President of the 
                    HOARD  MOF21ORIAL FUND 
      in re-ecurin the _-empf property in  nection with the 
  in r e  p c r n 
site for the memori'al, 
         President Birge explained that this property was included 
 in the list of propOsed land purchases to be suuritted to the 
 present legisl&ture- 
'j4  
(yLP 
        The Secretary presented the matter of securing a 
                   POLICY OF FIDELITY INSURANCE 
covering the vanious positions in. the university in.place of 
the SU ret..ocis covey iRegent Hamm 
                               4.oon  e.bv Regent Haififo' 
         On motion of Regent raas, ,o     ..... v 
the matter as referred  to  the  B if S ....a. ... a............. 
        President Birge filed reports of ]3eaves of absence 
and discipline wiith the Secretary. 
        The Business ,anager presented a statement of requests 
for                            .,LND PURCAS D BUILDING NEEDS  ( 
of the University of Wisconsin, to be sixbmittedt   the oA-ture 
of 9tZhe 
         This statement was discussed in detail by the Business 
 Manager. (Copy on file). 
          At 12q.30 the .-.eing  ADJ0URNE 
                              1 Es. McCAffreY, 
mid I 
Secretary 


 
        Iresident Seaman roaa a communication f-rom Charles £ 
Hill, President of the 
                    HOARD  MOF21ORIAL FUND 
      in re-ecurin the _-empf property in  nection with the 
  in r e  p c r n 
site for the memori'al, 
         President Birge explained that this property was included 
 in the list of propOsed land purchases to be suuritted to the 
 present legisl&ture- 
'j4  
(yLP 
        The Secretary presented the matter of securing a 
                   POLICY OF FIDELITY INSURANCE 
covering the vanious positions in. the university in.place of 
the SU ret..ocis covey iRegent Hamm 
                               4.oon  e.bv Regent Haififo' 
         On motion of Regent raas, ,o     ..... v 
the matter as referred  to  the  B if S ....a. ... a............. 
        President Birge filed reports of ]3eaves of absence 
and discipline wiith the Secretary. 
        The Business ,anager presented a statement of requests 
for                            .,LND PURCAS D BUILDING NEEDS  ( 
of the University of Wisconsin, to be sixbmittedt   the oA-ture 
of 9tZhe 
         This statement was discussed in detail by the Business 
 Manager. (Copy on file). 
          At 12q.30 the .-.eing  ADJ0URNE 
                              1 Es. McCAffreY, 
mid I 
Secretary 


 
        Iresident Seaman roaa a communication f-rom Charles £ 
Hill, President of the 
                    HOARD  MOF21ORIAL FUND 
      in re-ecurin the _-empf property in  nection with the 
  in r e  p c r n 
site for the memori'al, 
         President Birge explained that this property was included 
 in the list of propOsed land purchases to be suuritted to the 
 present legisl&ture- 
'j4  
(yLP 
        The Secretary presented the matter of securing a 
                   POLICY OF FIDELITY INSURANCE 
covering the vanious positions in. the university in.place of 
the SU ret..ocis covey iRegent Hamm 
                               4.oon  e.bv Regent Haififo' 
         On motion of Regent raas, ,o     ..... v 
the matter as referred  to  the  B if S ....a. ... a............. 
        President Birge filed reports of ]3eaves of absence 
and discipline wiith the Secretary. 
        The Business ,anager presented a statement of requests 
for                            .,LND PURCAS D BUILDING NEEDS  ( 
of the University of Wisconsin, to be sixbmittedt   the oA-ture 
of 9tZhe 
         This statement was discussed in detail by the Business 
 Manager. (Copy on file). 
          At 12q.30 the .-.eing  ADJ0URNE 
                              1 Es. McCAffreY, 
mid I 
Secretary 


 
IREXG-LAR  T IYG OP THED XECUTIVE C Oi iMTTEE 
                     Madison, Wiscons in 
                           191  2 00P 
               Miarch 25, 12,   2:0  p. x. 
.RESENIT:- Regents Hammond and. Horlick; Presid'ent Birge, 
          Business Manager.Thorkels on, Secretary McCaffrey. 
President Birge reported upon the 
                BEQTJEST OF $20f,000.00 
     (3> 
w 
to the university provided for in the WILL of 1LPS. MARY ji EICHEL- 
BERGER.' 
     President Birge was authorized to coummunicate With the att-or- 
neys for the estate of MIrs. Eichelberger, and. accept the gift on 
behalf of the university. 
                RECOLEI\T-DAT IONS OF THE PRES IDENT 
                           -General- 
     1. That in accordance with the recoammendation of the coXmittee 
     or,              _    t~he f o -' vne 
               n la rshist     flowing scholarships be granted: 
LEGISLATIVnE (for second. semester) 
Frances M. Potter, .- S. 2 
A_-rs. C. A. Wieking, H. Ec. 3 
imerson H. Cole, L. S. 4 
AT IS C 0NS IN 0(  e 
   WI~cO~sjjj(~$00 each) 
     Harry C. Alberts 
     Daniel L. Allen 
     Irene Arndt 
     Harry W. Ashton 
     Doris 1L. Baldw in 
     Horace V. BalLaMr1 
     M-abel E. Batcheiler 
     Catherine H. Boyd 
     14il1iam C. Buckley 
     Everett P. Carman,] 
     Charles C. Charmlef 
     Philip Clark 
     Harry F. Clements 
     George 0. S. Darby 
     Fred B. DeVriesC 
     Harold J. Dvorak 
     Andrew C. Ewing 
S. S. Aiyer, Graduate 
r    S. J. Brandenb urg,Grad. 
C'larence Lorng 
Albertt UcClasson 
Frederick J. M.dollerus 
Friedr ich VW. ITimmer 
Helen Parker 
Carl S. Pederson 
al ter HI. Plewke 
Christian J. Randall 
Joe Rosecky 
j;arvin A. Schaars 
Hildegarde Schlicher 
Bernard Scbim idt 
Leone P. Sch m idt 
Victor 0. Scmidt 
Bernice MI. Scott 
Mlertis Shanks 
Lawrence So-ard 
                (con.r 
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IREXG-LAR  T IYG OP THED XECUTIVE C Oi iMTTEE 
                     Madison, Wiscons in 
                           191  2 00P 
               Miarch 25, 12,   2:0  p. x. 
.RESENIT:- Regents Hammond and. Horlick; Presid'ent Birge, 
          Business Manager.Thorkels on, Secretary McCaffrey. 
President Birge reported upon the 
                BEQTJEST OF $20f,000.00 
     (3> 
w 
to the university provided for in the WILL of 1LPS. MARY ji EICHEL- 
BERGER.' 
     President Birge was authorized to coummunicate With the att-or- 
neys for the estate of MIrs. Eichelberger, and. accept the gift on 
behalf of the university. 
                RECOLEI\T-DAT IONS OF THE PRES IDENT 
                           -General- 
     1. That in accordance with the recoammendation of the coXmittee 
     or,              _    t~he f o -' vne 
               n la rshist     flowing scholarships be granted: 
LEGISLATIVnE (for second. semester) 
Frances M. Potter, .- S. 2 
A_-rs. C. A. Wieking, H. Ec. 3 
imerson H. Cole, L. S. 4 
AT IS C 0NS IN 0(  e 
   WI~cO~sjjj(~$00 each) 
     Harry C. Alberts 
     Daniel L. Allen 
     Irene Arndt 
     Harry W. Ashton 
     Doris 1L. Baldw in 
     Horace V. BalLaMr1 
     M-abel E. Batcheiler 
     Catherine H. Boyd 
     14il1iam C. Buckley 
     Everett P. Carman,] 
     Charles C. Charmlef 
     Philip Clark 
     Harry F. Clements 
     George 0. S. Darby 
     Fred B. DeVriesC 
     Harold J. Dvorak 
     Andrew C. Ewing 
S. S. Aiyer, Graduate 
r    S. J. Brandenb urg,Grad. 
C'larence Lorng 
Albertt UcClasson 
Frederick J. M.dollerus 
Friedr ich VW. ITimmer 
Helen Parker 
Carl S. Pederson 
al ter HI. Plewke 
Christian J. Randall 
Joe Rosecky 
j;arvin A. Schaars 
Hildegarde Schlicher 
Bernard Scbim idt 
Leone P. Sch m idt 
Victor 0. Scmidt 
Bernice MI. Scott 
Mlertis Shanks 
Lawrence So-ard 
                (con.r 
c-h I 
  A 
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IREXG-LAR  T IYG OP THED XECUTIVE C Oi iMTTEE 
                     Madison, Wiscons in 
                           191  2 00P 
               Miarch 25, 12,   2:0  p. x. 
.RESENIT:- Regents Hammond and. Horlick; Presid'ent Birge, 
          Business Manager.Thorkels on, Secretary McCaffrey. 
President Birge reported upon the 
                BEQTJEST OF $20f,000.00 
     (3> 
w 
to the university provided for in the WILL of 1LPS. MARY ji EICHEL- 
BERGER.' 
     President Birge was authorized to coummunicate With the att-or- 
neys for the estate of MIrs. Eichelberger, and. accept the gift on 
behalf of the university. 
                RECOLEI\T-DAT IONS OF THE PRES IDENT 
                           -General- 
     1. That in accordance with the recoammendation of the coXmittee 
     or,              _    t~he f o -' vne 
               n la rshist     flowing scholarships be granted: 
LEGISLATIVnE (for second. semester) 
Frances M. Potter, .- S. 2 
A_-rs. C. A. Wieking, H. Ec. 3 
imerson H. Cole, L. S. 4 
AT IS C 0NS IN 0(  e 
   WI~cO~sjjj(~$00 each) 
     Harry C. Alberts 
     Daniel L. Allen 
     Irene Arndt 
     Harry W. Ashton 
     Doris 1L. Baldw in 
     Horace V. BalLaMr1 
     M-abel E. Batcheiler 
     Catherine H. Boyd 
     14il1iam C. Buckley 
     Everett P. Carman,] 
     Charles C. Charmlef 
     Philip Clark 
     Harry F. Clements 
     George 0. S. Darby 
     Fred B. DeVriesC 
     Harold J. Dvorak 
     Andrew C. Ewing 
S. S. Aiyer, Graduate 
r    S. J. Brandenb urg,Grad. 
C'larence Lorng 
Albertt UcClasson 
Frederick J. M.dollerus 
Friedr ich VW. ITimmer 
Helen Parker 
Carl S. Pederson 
al ter HI. Plewke 
Christian J. Randall 
Joe Rosecky 
j;arvin A. Schaars 
Hildegarde Schlicher 
Bernard Scbim idt 
Leone P. Sch m idt 
Victor 0. Scmidt 
Bernice MI. Scott 
Mlertis Shanks 
Lawrence So-ard 
                (con.r 
c-h I 
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            Wisconsin Scholjars (cont.) 
                Harriettc L. -Greene             Augusit pittle" 
                Cornelia D. Heise                JamneSb j,--Stewart 
                "Fred C. Hill                    Jerbme Straka- 
                Henry C.iiHollenbeck             Milton Trautmian 
                Floyd Dwight Johnson             George A.TYler 
                George ki. Keith                 lngwald Viste 
                Clare-nce Knudson                -hi Iip A. Wei-nman 
                William Longenecker 
              Adopted. 
              2. That Eighmy-Bell Osbornbe appointed, library assistant 
7frifi   at a- salary of $1,000 per annum, beginning Apr-il 1 1921; in place
       jIof Mildred 1_evine, resigned. 
       -      Adopted. 
              3. That Oliver J. Johnsonand. Frank McRavey be appointed stud
         ent assistants in the library to be paid at the rate of 35 cents
an 
  If     hour; that the resignations of the following student assistants
in 
         the library be accepted to take effect at once; D. C. Brooks, P.IVL,
         Gahagan  and V. V. Hatn 
              A.Adopted, 
                                   -Agr iculture- 
              1. That E. Rankin be appointed part-timne student assistant
 // 6-   in agricultural chemistry for four months beginning M ,arch l;,
1921; 
         cmnpensation at the rate of $30 a month; $80 to be charged to re-
         search funds allotted. to Profess.rs Roberts and Tottingham, and
         $40 to contingent salaries. 
              Adopted. 
              2,. That the resignation of Oscar Gunderson, county agricultur-
         a'l agent for Vilas County, be accepted to takeeffect March 1,1921
              Adopted. 
              3. That F. J. O'Connell be appointed-part thi±e assistant
in 
        soils for four Ironths,  eginning nV arch 1, ,1921; compensation
at 
  IA;   the rate of '"4O a month; charge to iterm in budget for laboratory
        ass istants Pi soils. 
             Adopted.. 
             4. That the leave of absence of A. H. Cole, county agricul-
      e 
           tualaen  _or Liiicoln Couinty, be continued from Larch 10 to 
      ) 
        Karch 20, 1921, without pay. 
             Adopted. 


 
            . That 5.   , Guehring be appoi...nted intake man in the creanm-
       ery k(dairy cdepartment), beginning .Viarch1 '1 2921, at $00.C a month;
 /3y -~in place of W. K. Sc 0  -einer, res. ned 
              Adopted. 
           6. That the salar,-T of &ildred Hagerty, el              
 er 
                                rt, assistantL state lader 
      boysC and girls' clubs, be readjucted as fowOIs0     University at
,    the rate of '600o per annwm; U. S. Department of  griculture, at 
      the rate of    OO010 per annum; change to be effective with the 
      seventh pa-\Tent for the year 1920-21" 
             Adopted. 
                              -Letters and Science- 
          :1.That tupon the recaommendation o' the faculty of the coll00
      of letters and Science, the following 
                                   SCHOLAPS 
      be appointed for the year 1921-322: 
           Classics              Janet Epstein  B*. A., U.    1., 1921 
           English-----------     ary Ellen Preston, B. A., U.WT.,!921. 
                                            V 
           Tiathematicsa   --J W        ea, B    A., Pairmont, 1921 
                                          V. 
           Iatheatics    -Lydia Hun, B. A.o U. W6        , 1921 
           Physics--------------   ilip Dow      B. A.,      ., 
                                  Phye----------13.A.,Whitman       21 <
          Romance Languagest --_Constance Ieinne, B. A., U. V., 192. 
          Adopted. 
          2. That Eunice ShuIMcway be aipointed Milwauke,-Do.ner College
C.C<SC 
     scholar in mathenratics for the year 1921-22. 
           Adopted,, 
         3. That the following men be appointed 
                             ThCTIfJPERs IN C O12iER CE 
     to give lectures during the r.onth of March, each to receive ano 
  6  honorarium of $25° in lieu of expenses, to be charged to the budget
     of comm,erce department:* 
   William  R. reese, advertising expert, -ilwaukee; 
   John T. Ladden, account ing expert, Newi York. 
Adopted.                    -- 


 
              4. That the salary- of Marie Plapp, assistant 'in mathematics
        be increased from $375 to a562o5  for the second emeSter of 
        1920-21;dincrease to be charged to unassigned instruction 
    t2          Adopted,.i                            ntrcin 
                     5,. Tha  the- s 
             5. That the sumn of' )00 be allotted tto Professor H enmon 
        from the fund f6r industrial scholars, school of education, f0r 
        clerical assistance in the tabulation of results of the intelli-
        gence tests Survey of the Madison public schools, 
               ,Adopted. 
             6. That I. C. Davis, teacher of physics, Wisconsin High 
        School, be appointed coach of track athl'etics. in the Wisconsin
&7      High School for the remainder of the year 1920-2l, at a compen-
        sation of $150 for.the service; charge to balance in salary of 
        ýjj F. A. lteon r esi flged. 
               Adopted- 
            7. That the resignation bf Mrs. G. O° Bosserd,student as
     sistant in comm~erce, be accepted to take effect at the close of 
       the first semester. 
               Adopted,. 
                               "-Ext ension- 
            1. That grace orbaugh be appoin.ted assistant recorder in 
a, the extnsion diviPnla, beginning'farch 25, at a salary of $125 
       aetmonth) iin place of 1Vary Bonzelet, whose resignation is to take
     ~effect April 1, 1921,s                                   o ak 
              Ad opt ed. 
            2[ That George Scarcliff be appointed to conduct a course 
       Sin surveying in Milwaukee, at $75 a rodhth; total, not to exceed
         $37; t becha rged to 2A.t. 
              Adopted. 
           3. That M-rs. Howard Fuller be appointed part time assistant 
      in the department of - I bating and public discussion, to receive 
      S compensation at the rXe of 60 cents an hour; total, not to ex- 
      ceed 36 a month; to be charged to appropriation for salary of 
   + Miss Vergeront, res4ne February 17, 1921, 
           4. That VJ. B. Wines be appointed to conduct an additional 
      class in heat, Milwaukee district, to receiv¢e $75       meig
    total, not to exceed "782°0  ob    hre     o2 
             Adopted.       2" 0   ob    hagdt        P 


 
   i  i. That ' Everett D. ivey be reappo0Inted student assistant 
 in anatomy for the second semester of 192-,21, at a salary of 
 c275 for the semesteri charge to the department of anatomy. 
        Adopted. 
      2. That Willisjn Y. Corr be-appointe- student assistant in 
bacteriology, beginhing 1-arch 1, 1921t salary at the rate of 
F    5amonth; charge to balance of C. 0.          resigned 
        Adopted. 
                           -Research- 
       I. That upon the recnmmendation of the ttnivcrsity resear~ch 
committee the following allotments be made from the university 
research fund: 
        Departrment of English, $140, for three seminar lectm 
                     ures by C. L. Chen (090 from university 
                     research fund and $50 from lecture fund); 
       Professor hunting, L$75, forhorses to replace those 
                     I et. in the f ir; 
       Professor sJ. H. Iathews, vs50, for the completion of 
                     a primary condenser; 
       Professor E. A. Poss, 85, for work in investigating 
                     the size of American familieso 
       Adopted. 
                PRC 0MRIFIDAT TCI S OF THF BUSI 1BS LAAGE R 
    I. That the following TRAhSFEJS be made: 
         a. Ad-inistration  q100 Pegents, unassigned to Fur- 
                                 niture (Filing cases for Ac- 
                                 countant). 
         b. Col. of Agriculture_ 
                           $5 000 Salaries & Wages to Printing 
                           2, 400       "  "         Gen. Sup.
                              500    ,,       "   " Chemicals 
     S2,000                          ,,    "      " Feeds 
     43                           All Section 30.41 (l)(a) 
                              100 Books to Photos 
                                  s ect ion 2o. 41(l) (d) 
-he d i cine 


 
   i  i. That ' Everett D. ivey be reappo0Inted student assistant 
 in anatomy for the second semester of 192-,21, at a salary of 
 c275 for the semesteri charge to the department of anatomy. 
        Adopted. 
      2. That Willisjn Y. Corr be-appointe- student assistant in 
bacteriology, beginhing 1-arch 1, 1921t salary at the rate of 
F    5amonth; charge to balance of C. 0.          resigned 
        Adopted. 
                           -Research- 
       I. That upon the recnmmendation of the ttnivcrsity resear~ch 
committee the following allotments be made from the university 
research fund: 
        Departrment of English, $140, for three seminar lectm 
                     ures by C. L. Chen (090 from university 
                     research fund and $50 from lecture fund); 
       Professor hunting, L$75, forhorses to replace those 
                     I et. in the f ir; 
       Professor sJ. H. Iathews, vs50, for the completion of 
                     a primary condenser; 
       Professor E. A. Poss, 85, for work in investigating 
                     the size of American familieso 
       Adopted. 
                PRC 0MRIFIDAT TCI S OF THF BUSI 1BS LAAGE R 
    I. That the following TRAhSFEJS be made: 
         a. Ad-inistration  q100 Pegents, unassigned to Fur- 
                                 niture (Filing cases for Ac- 
                                 countant). 
         b. Col. of Agriculture_ 
                           $5 000 Salaries & Wages to Printing 
                           2, 400       "  "         Gen. Sup.
                              500    ,,       "   " Chemicals 
     S2,000                          ,,    "      " Feeds 
     43                           All Section 30.41 (l)(a) 
                              100 Books to Photos 
                                  s ect ion 2o. 41(l) (d) 
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Transfers, cont, 
  C. School of Educ, - 
  d. Washburn Qbsty. 
  S. Physical Plant 
  f. Col. of L. & S    - 
Adopted, 
$75 Apparatus to Books 
180 Salaries and Wages to Printing 
800 Rent to Equipment Repairs 
750 Cont. Instr. to Administration 
             2. That the following REFU1DS be made in the Department of 
        Halls and C onmmons:* 
                        Ina Black  "            $ 6.86 
                        Bernice Boswell -13.33 
                        Marj orie Severance_    11.56 
              Adopted. 
              3. That., with the approval of the Emergency- Board, a FORD
        TOURING CAR be purchased (dcmountable- i, self starter, extra 
        tire and tube, t0ol box and chains) at $654.55; for Superintend.
        ent Hutton of the University Farms 
             Adopted. 
             4. That, with the approval of the Emergency Board, the pres-
       ent DODGE' 1LAIL CAR be exchanged for a similar new car, for $550.
       (Thepresent car has run in two years over lO,-00 miles.    It Was
       exchanged for a Studebaker and $860 about two years ago, At that 
       time the Dodge delivery car new was $1,185. Price today, A1,355).
             Adopted.                                rc     oay   ;1,5 
             5. That the proposal of the lkADISON TENNIS OSSOCIATION to 
       expend $3,000 in constructing atleast one concrete and two clay 
       tennis cburts on a site at Camp Randall, selected by T. E. 
       be accepted.                                                Jones
               Court for excl.usive use of Tennis Association for 
                 five seasons except between April 15 and June 15, 
                 when concrete court may be used by University- 
                 Tennis squad, Association to furnish lockers 
                 University t0 furnish space in grandstand showers, 
                 and caretaker, Courts to be property of Univer- 
                 sity at end of five year period, or the equity of- 
                 the Association may be purchased at any time after 
                 two years, 
7Referred to the Board 
41f 
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              6. That a.tre-ocatib0n of the G.IRLS, HOCI1y FIEL be author-
                                                      Loqol~yP IE. tho. .
         ized, to permit construction work on-the new 'td'A. cost   r- 
         proxmnately $625, to be charged to 20.41(1)(c)  (Two tr0es 
         'removed) 
                Adopted. 
             7. That the distribution of the 
                                ALbTLYLI I)ECTORY 
        to .alumni, through the Alumni Association who pay 23 2per-eopy,
        be authorized. Other copies are to'be&sc-d at $3.00 each,'exoeit_
        ing cogj~es distributed gratis by University Administration (facu!-
        ty, etc.). 
                Adopted. 
             8. That the change of" 
                               LIBRARY FEE DEPOSIT 
        frcm a l00 to  2,.00 be a.uthOrized  returnable feature of deposit
        to be terminated after six years, and to be credited to the Library
    "Laboratory,, fund. 
               Adopted, 
             9 * That the musiness iangger be granted leave of absence 
       without pay for IMarch 18 and 19, 1921. 
               Adopted. 
            10. That authority be granted t o AVIEtqISE FOR COAL through
        the State Engineer for the fiscal year 1921-22. 
               Adoptedd 
           11. That author".ty be granted to dispose of the old house
on 
       the corner of Orchard Street and University Avenue, 
               Adoptedt. 
           12. That authority be granted to make arrangemehts with the 
       "Y. VT. C0  A  for a Jn r-- O TAC C-ArTENr  STREET fr cooperative
house- 
       keeping plan.- 
               Adopted. 
            The Business !Ianager brought Up the matter of the charge for
 J   three days' use of Lathrop Hall for the religious conference - $10 
<.i . 2  per day for heat, light, and janitor service, 
  / /if-   Te matter wvas referred to the Board. 


 
            The -Business Manager made verbal report upon the itbljation
       for space for the Madison Automobile Show, and. for additional space
       for the Forest Products Laboratory. 
            Upon recommendation of the President, it was 
            VOTED, That the U. S . Geological Survey be given permission
      to use an illustration of the RELipF MAP OF VJISCONSIN in their 
      report of the surface geology of the Lake Superior region, 
           The Secretary presented a communication from the 
           PRODUCE GROWERS AND SHIPPERS OF SOUTHERN WISCONSIN, 
A     in which -they offer-! to turn over to the University the sum of' 
      _178__u o be Used by the depar-tment of PLANT PATHOLOGY in further.
      ing the work in disease resistance.in CABBAGE,    It was 
           VOTED, That the gift b% accepted; and the'Secretary*was- in' 
      structed to write F- W. Gunther, president of the association   ex-.
      pressing the appreciation of the regents, 
           The following payments were authorized from the 
                   UNIVERSITY TRUST FUNDS INC OiE 
     L. Y., Coney-      - Hollister Fellowship in harmac             56.25
     Paul Mueschke ...... Henry Gund Scholarship27.23 
     Howard L. Smith ..-.-. Jackson Professorship of Law            100,00
     Anna T. Kitchel ....Mary M.Adams Fellowship in English---54.46 
     J. B. Haley-   -.mm a*. -.C.K.Ad.ams Fellowship in Greek --     54.46
     John W. Nash     -....-..Pres. Adams Fellowship in History     57.82
     Carl Lemm-Marugg ..Pres   Ad-ans Fellowship .in History-       57.82


 
            The -Business Manager made verbal report upon the itbljation
       for space for the Madison Automobile Show, and. for additional space
       for the Forest Products Laboratory. 
            Upon recommendation of the President, it was 
            VOTED, That the U. S . Geological Survey be given permission
      to use an illustration of the RELipF MAP OF VJISCONSIN in their 
      report of the surface geology of the Lake Superior region, 
           The Secretary presented a communication from the 
           PRODUCE GROWERS AND SHIPPERS OF SOUTHERN WISCONSIN, 
A     in which -they offer-! to turn over to the University the sum of' 
      _178__u o be Used by the depar-tment of PLANT PATHOLOGY in further.
      ing the work in disease resistance.in CABBAGE,    It was 
           VOTED, That the gift b% accepted; and the'Secretary*was- in' 
      structed to write F- W. Gunther, president of the association   ex-.
      pressing the appreciation of the regents, 
           The following payments were authorized from the 
                   UNIVERSITY TRUST FUNDS INC OiE 
     L. Y., Coney-      - Hollister Fellowship in harmac             56.25
     Paul Mueschke ...... Henry Gund Scholarship27.23 
     Howard L. Smith ..-.-. Jackson Professorship of Law            100,00
     Anna T. Kitchel ....Mary M.Adams Fellowship in English---54.46 
     J. B. Haley-   -.mm a*. -.C.K.Ad.ams Fellowship in Greek --     54.46
     John W. Nash     -....-..Pres. Adams Fellowship in History     57.82
     Carl Lemm-Marugg ..Pres   Ad-ans Fellowship .in History-       57.82


 
            The -Business Manager made verbal report upon the itbljation
       for space for the Madison Automobile Show, and. for additional space
       for the Forest Products Laboratory. 
            Upon recommendation of the President, it was 
            VOTED, That the U. S . Geological Survey be given permission
      to use an illustration of the RELipF MAP OF VJISCONSIN in their 
      report of the surface geology of the Lake Superior region, 
           The Secretary presented a communication from the 
           PRODUCE GROWERS AND SHIPPERS OF SOUTHERN WISCONSIN, 
A     in which -they offer-! to turn over to the University the sum of' 
      _178__u o be Used by the depar-tment of PLANT PATHOLOGY in further.
      ing the work in disease resistance.in CABBAGE,    It was 
           VOTED, That the gift b% accepted; and the'Secretary*was- in' 
      structed to write F- W. Gunther, president of the association   ex-.
      pressing the appreciation of the regents, 
           The following payments were authorized from the 
                   UNIVERSITY TRUST FUNDS INC OiE 
     L. Y., Coney-      - Hollister Fellowship in harmac             56.25
     Paul Mueschke ...... Henry Gund Scholarship27.23 
     Howard L. Smith ..-.-. Jackson Professorship of Law            100,00
     Anna T. Kitchel ....Mary M.Adams Fellowship in English---54.46 
     J. B. Haley-   -.mm a*. -.C.K.Ad.ams Fellowship in Greek --     54.46
     John W. Nash     -....-..Pres. Adams Fellowship in History     57.82
     Carl Lemm-Marugg ..Pres   Ad-ans Fellowship .in History-       57.82


 
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        9176 Mary E. W^eks 
        9177 Albert W1. Ja8iso:d 
        9178  Frances L. mit*" 
        9179  W. Wenze1 
        9180   W. M. Cross 
        9181  0, IV. Baldwin 
        9182 W1 J. Gau±Oiett 
        9183  R. A. Roberts 
        9184  W. Goldsmith 
        9185 Marjorie Kennicott 
        9186  M{ary Ausman 
        9187 Mildred Weiland 
        9188 Mary A4 Johnson 
        9189  G-L.Gilbert, Bursar, 
              Acct. of V. T. Salvatierra 
        9190  Charlie J. Posepny 
        9191  John H. Sullivan 
        9192  Leah Rowe Burpee 
        9193  Violet B. Lalor 
        9194  Ellen 1B. Hales 
        9195  Dorothy Haessler 
        9196  Harvey C. Docker 
        9197  Ramona Burth 
        9198  Elizabeth D. Schaub 
        9199  Clifford K. Hooey 
        9200  Joseph Carroll Coleman 
        920S1 Robert Earl Erickson 
        92042 Emil L,. Steiger 
        92093 Mona Stubley 
        92064 William C. Noffz 
        92095 Hilton E. Berg 
        92086 Manuel La Porte 
        92097 Chas. J. Bialtus 
        92e98 Edwin St. John 
        92119 James L. MTvetcalf 
        92120 Malcolm M. H!pke 
        921l- Thomas J. Watson 
        92142 Arlen  K. Matr 
        9213 R alph i. Car-uteson 
        9214 Harry D. Allen 
        9215 Florence 1Diestelmeier 
        9216 Ray RF11 Ql-y 
        9217 Fredrick L. von Suessmilch 
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       9218 May A I t-p-rey 
       9219  Roer ....   aga 
       9220, Hen~ry Thomas Scott 
       9221 r~hur iK Morgan 
       9222 Ruth B Peterson 
       9223 Tsoh Chang 
       9224 Harry Schwartz 
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    9231. DJae CK HA;ee 
    9232  Randall l   j. Laycoek 
    9233  Harold. H. Holmes 
    9234  Else LU.D Belrger 
    9235  Lillian E. aachtigail 
    9236  Joseph Silvcrness 
    9237  C'Lrnold Greenbaum 
    9238  Philip Francis Kirwin 
    9239  Herman . PoLochner 
    9240  'eah Jane HIeyer 
    9241  Lew's .i, Goodman 
  ,-,9242  hr is-ian R. S-annes 
S/9245    Robert C. Stoip 
   9246   Chester Ba-rth 
   9247 Hazel P. Sohoenlaub 
   9248 'ilta Reba Halvozson 
   9249 rPay       - W rhian.lGr 
   9250    a Thtelle Barry 
   9251   Thaddeus V. Switalski 
   9252    Joi o'.'1ahon)v 
   9253  E, J. Dro  fleff 
   9264  James Y    anfield 
   9255  Ad.ell fcremr 
   9259  Stella v. 0palke 
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   9258  W!illiam C. Finley 
   0259  Daniel Pinncne 
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   9261  Herman Porter 
   9262  Glean Albrecht 
   9263  JosenLo Jose Herilandenz 
   9264  Roland Ber.ry 
   9265  dill'am Hceebink 
   9266  Hugo Fredrick 
   9267   Jaxmre SSmith 
   9268  Jai:s Fitz Gibbon 
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93-19  Automotive Elec.Ser.Ct. 
9320   Armour Fertilizor 7/orks 
9321   Amnerican ' ok Co'. 
932P   The aisccnsin- Tel.Co. 
9323   The .7isconsin Octapus 
9324 Western Box C.O 
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9287   Bruno M.tire11i 
9288   Elizabeth Ct Ballard 
9289  1Dixson Gixford 
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9292   Walter Sohujahn 
9293   Lonnie L. GRoer 
9294   Caroline Perkins 
9295   The  s'. Kiockhefer E1ev.CC 
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9299   W. Is. Severns 
9300   Ray S. Owen 
9301    . UD. Herrold 
9302   Harold F. Connors 
9303   Winifred Carberry 
9304   Will!s Wisler 
9305 Chester Allen 
9306   J. 2. O'Comeor 
9307 G. L. Gilbert, Bursar 
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930L8 G.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
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9309   P. 7k. Huegol 
9310  O.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
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9311  Mlartin Tosterud 
9312  State Printing Board 
9313  Amerrican 2ailray ExCp.Co. 
9314               TV    ,i  ,, 
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9331   The Robert Rom Co.         Machine parts 
9332  Goo. Balta Pub.Co.          Binding 
9333  Ware Bros.CoV               Books 
9334  W'orld Peace Foundation 
9335  West Publishing Co.           ,, 
9336  The Automatic File.& Index ColFiling cases 
9337  American Library 1,ssn.     Dues 
9338 Assocation of Official 
               Agric .Chemists    Books 
9339  Wards Natural Science 
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Scanlan,Morri s Co., 
Frederick J. Drake & Co. 
VI. M. Welch Mfg Co. 
The Boyec & Emmes Mac.Co. 
Callaghan & Co, 
The Carswell Co. 
Canada Law Book Co. 
Callaghan & Co. 
iPa W. Woolworth Co. 
Whitall Tatu-m Co. 
American Chemiaal Soc. 
C. W. Anderson 
John Rea Woolley 
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Cl"eveland Tractor Co,       Tr-ctor 
Julius Andrae 6CSons Co     Lamps 
M. F. Ainsworth & Sons      Seeds 
R. E. B-utser               Grocerics 
Irving C. Banghart & Co.    Paprer 
Julius &ndrae & Sons Cop,- Wire 
Windsor Mfg Co.             Lead & solder 
J. T. Baker Chem.Co.        Chemicals 
Burroughs A*dding Mach.Co. Machine 
Edwin Bennett Pottery Co. Plates 
The Western Shade Cloth Co.Tag cloth 
Biograph Co.                Films 
Cambria Steel Co.           Books 
Warwick & York                TT 
Wallbrun'1 ,ling & Co.      Pens 
Badger S-jeuropticon & 
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State Printing Board        Printing 
Wisconsin Telephone Co.     Telephone serv. 
Wisconsin Type-rriter Exchange Dicttphone 
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Vlasserberger & Dickof      Harness 


 
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9422  J. R. llcCro-ry 
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  xAmerican Physical Educ.Assn.Books 
  John J, Schominer          Travel 
  Arcus Ticket Co.           Tickets 
  Spencer Lens Co.          Lens 
  Will Corporation          Registers 
  M£autz Brothers           Glass 
  "fright Kay & Co.         Iedals 
  nhite & Kemble            Books 
  Underwood Typewriter Co.  Typewriters 
  Chas. H. Besly Co.        Machine parts 
  H. Channon Co.            Hardware 
  Williams & 17ilkens Co.   Books 
  D. Appleton & Co.           ,, 
  kilens-Ar-ders on Co.     Laboratory 
  Yawkey Crowley Lbr.Co.    Lumber 
  The Western Iron Stores Co.Machine partd 
  A. G. Spalding & Bros.    Aith.Goods 
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  Vercna Creamery Roll 
  Lecture Pay Roll 
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Ernest J. Stoeber           Cream 
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The Fraternal Reserve Assn. Rent 
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iliw.Elec .Ry.& Light Co   Light & Power 
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G. L.. Gilbert, Bursar      Refunds 
Chief of Finance            Military 
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Capital City Tire Co.       Tire repair 
Crandall Padking Co.        Packing 
Digestive Ferments Co.      Chemicals 
Blizzard Sales Co.          CuD Stone 
Samuel Bingham's Son Mfg.Co.Muýitcolor 
The 1921 Badger 
James B. Clow & Sons 
The Diapason 
The John Church Co 
The Cornell Iaw Quarterly 
Th3 Carswell Co. 
The Chipman Law Pub.Coo 
The Bruce Pub ,Co. 
C. L. Berger & Sons 
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 Currie Brothers Co.        Seed 
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    S. Loevenhart           Petty purchases 
Driver-Harris Co.           7ire 
Charles Drechsler           iMicro slides 
Biddle Business Publiccations Book 
Chas .Scribnerx'Is- Sons    ,t 
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Baker & Cc'               HIire 
Chicago M iIedical Book Co. Books 
Frank Bro ;-ers             Groceries 
Cudahy Cash M.rarket        Meat 
Klueter & Co.,              Groceries 
F. Dolhnn C.,              Chemicals 
John J. Blied & Sons        Knives 
Corning Glass liorks        Nbing 
Belden 1 I4fg ,Coo          Lamp cord 
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Howard B. Hornaday           Refund- 
IMildred A . Nusbaum           ', 
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Kennedy Dairy Co.           Mil k 
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Keamedy Dairy Co.            Ice cream 
The Bour Co.                 Te2 
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H. C. Christians Co.        Bu.tter 
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Mansfield--caughey Co.,     Butter & Alco 
Kennedy Dairy Co.,          Milk 
Mcadison Packing Co.        Meat 
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9538  D. E. M-cMillan' & Bro. 
9539 Illhinois, Central Ry.Co.' 
9540 Mary A,, Brady 
9541   Cca pit al'A City Tire Co. 
9542   S,, Haller Elevator Co. 
9543   0. E. Stechert& Co. 
    954 t M. Derthick 
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 9546 Harold 1M. W71lkie 
 9547 Rodney W. Babcock 
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 9554 A.rthur Koehi1er 
 9555 Harry Lý. Mill-er 
 9556  P-Y0. IReed 
 9557 Evelyni H Jensen 
 9558 Guy' C. Wertz 
 9559 HI. E-, PvlirorýL 
 9560 17 H Severn.s 
 9561 Chest;.eAr AlIlen 
 9562  J7 Powvell- 
 9563 harold Fb Connors 
 9564 E M Go7row 
 9565  Standard Oil1 Co. 
 9566  Si f t &  . 
 9567  Cudahy P k-'-king Co1. 
 9568 T E Jones, 
 9569 G, T-jCi-'obrtBur sar, 
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9570   GLG~brBursar 
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9571 F J Hod~ges* 
9572  John ...ddison 
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9527 
9 528 
9529 
9530 
9531 
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9533 
9534 
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9537 
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Cl!DssCs         108.000 
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alllinois Central Ry.Co.   Freight 
C. KI. & St. P. Ry.Co.-    ,, 
C. & Northwestern Ry.Co. 
Standard Paper Co.         Paper 
Lecture Bureau. Weekly Pay Roll 
Paul E. Mu4eller Co,       Contract 
Sanborn Company            Scientific 
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9582  W. Ec Mveanwell 
9583  Bank of Wisconsin, Acct. 
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Mar.14, 9589 
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W. C. Bradley 
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E. L. Luther 
N. A. IRasuwessen 
L E. Scott 
Fred Stubley 
Peter Swartz 
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          9573 
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J. B. Hayes 
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9636     o. H. Scott                 ,, 
9637  B. F. Zaffke 
9638  0. R. Zeasman 
9639 IMlilton H. Butt on 
9640    T.oH. Campion                ,, 
9641  James H. Dance 
9642   R. A. Kolb 
9643   H. R   Noble 
9644    ,nM. J. Rogan                f, 
9645 E. V. Ryall 
9646   A. *. Schmrutzer 
9647  J F. Wojta, 
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9649   Fred E. Schlatter             ,, 
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9668  Remington Typewriter Co. Tyrpewriter 
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9669  Peltz & Carson             Curtains 
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9674 The Cars¶7eil Co. 
9675 Ceo. Barrie's Sons 
9676 The Journial of the 
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9677 iveUison ABrass VWorks 
9678  Samuel Harris , Co. 
9679 Hooker Electrochemical 
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   9684  F.. Stnause & Co.        Art Goods 
   9685 Mrs. C. Stileluie                 pg 
   9686 Scientific ILia teriacls Co. Chemical 
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   9688 H. P. Patterson Dental 
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  9689 Geo. P. Pilling & Son Co. Bands 
  9690 Pacific Radio Supplies Co.mplifiers 
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  9692  01'rell Bros.              Groceries 
  9693 OilPaint & Drug Reporter Subscription 
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  9698  Leig1ht 9'. Maxey          Corn 
  9699  Jalter 0 o Bahnr           Guinea Pigs 
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  9701  Brovrn & Sharpe lvifg.Co, iv:achine parts 
  9702 i lbert Pick S% Co.         Glasses 
  9703 National Case j& Carton Co.San-kerchliefs 
  9704  H.G.Yronclhe Hdw~e.Co,    Hardw~are 
  9705  Keeley-Neckerman Co,      Stair pads 
  9706 Colonial Hospital Sup.Co. Medical supplies 
     977JosSchlitz Beverage Co. Alcohol 
 9708 Hirst & Bogley Linseed 'Jks.0il 
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 9712  Precision Scientific Co0   Burners &c Muff 
 9715  C. H. 0Nw                 Turpentine 
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 9717  Janesvflle iatting ?fills  Batting 
 9718 l4adoson Bro~vn i ffg. Co.  Brooms 
 9719 LaCrosse Telephone Co°      'el~phone 
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9721  Henry Halt & Co0           Books 
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Scanl n Mo: 
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X-Rays & Tube 
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 Alex. Kornhauser Co.      Dry Goods        10.85 
 Johnson Service Co0       Thermosta & 
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 E. H. Sargent ,Coo        Chemicals & 
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 Angell & Cash            Mounts            60.00 
 Ke rney Dairy Co.         Ice cream      312.68 
 Standarc Oil Co. mGsolin                  7q.21 
 Kaplan's Fruit Store     Groceries        69.35 
 Simon Bros. Co.               "           77020 
 M11aadison Ga)s &*Elec.Co.  Electrical goods 15.80 
 Remington Typewnriter Co. Typewriter      89.10 
 Wisconsin Telephone Co.  Telephone         2.75 
 Illinois Ciasss Co.      Glass 
                          Ricepticles     525.86 
Klcutar & Co.             Jars 6 salt      48.40 
,Yn. Noll Hd'0e.Co.       Hdwe.& ± osts    68.30 
L.L.olds Seed Co. 0Feeds                   91.56 
MIm. Haak                 Pump cylinder    40.00 
Harloff-Loi rich Elec.Co.Electric-l suiiplias48.14 
Houghton Mifflin Co       Books            93.34 
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Oakley Chemical Co.       Chemicals 
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H. C. Christians Co.      Butter 
The Bour Co.              Coffee 
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Henry Illigan             Hauling ashes 
The Keyes-Davis Co.       Bands 
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Singer Sewx-ing Machine Co. Sea-ing machine 
Huipan Restraint Co.      WVristlets & ank. 
Eugene Dietzgen Co. 
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James H. Rhodes & Co.      Sponges           44.17 
Rand M'cNally & Co,        Maps              20.26 
Will Ross                  Med .supplics     13.65 
V. F. Rubert               Cards oc file      6.10 
Miiw.Envelope MvIfg.Co.    Envelopes         90.94 
Longm-ans, Green  & Co.    Rooks             17.69 
Rundle-Spence Co.          Machine parts    258.52 
Merck & Co.                Chemicals        128.92 
Electrical Alloy Co.       Wire               4.75 
Engineering & Contracting Advertising         1.36 
The Abbott Laboratories    Serum              2.96 
Queen City Prtg.T1nk Co.   Ink               15.28 
The Republic Pub.Co.       Advertisement     63.75 
John C. M,1ioore Corporation Paper            9.28 
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The Norwa7.Th Tire & Rubber Co.Tubes         31.22 
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United States Gypsum Co. Gypsum               2.18 
Parke, Davis & Co.         Chemicals & soap 16.35 
Pelouze Mfg,.Co.           Scale              7.93 
Penn. Oil Co.              Oil              42.91 
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Mindlin & Rosenman         Yarn             23.29 
Geo. Murison & Sons Co.    Lab. material    15o00 
Morris Funeral Home         "T              15a00 
Lehn & Fink                Balsam           22.50 
Laboratory of Pure Science Lamp              5.00 
lo,;%on Co,,               Tube              8.91 
Louis F. Nafis             Cylinders        29*09 
John VJ. Pepper            Belts            14a29 
E. R. Neuenfeldt           Frogs            34,60 
C, F. Burgess Laboratories Ore              20468 
National Toy & Tinsel Co. Lametta            4.16 
Catherine Olson            Rabbit             .75 
Physicians Specialty Co.   Armlet            4a50 
Pyrolectric Insttument     Repairs on adapter4.50 
Simon Bros. Co.            Fruit Jars        3,10 
Shady Side Poultry Farm   Mice               4.80 
Precision  Theimn.& Instr.Co.Chemical thermos 
                                            39.92 
9890   G. VJo Spinti             Rabbitts 
9891   Swift & Co0               Medical supplie 
9892   Wardis Natural Science 
          Estab lishment         Crystals 
 9893  Heibel Bottling Co.       Charged water 
 9894  Hynson Westcott a Dunning Chemicals 
 9895 Monsanto Chemical oJerks   Acid. 
 9896  Eimer & Amend             Drugs 
 9397  Favor; Ruhl & Co.         Drawing Materia 
 9898  Geo6graphy Supply Bureau  Lantern Slides 
 9899  Burgess Battery Co.       Cells 
 9900  L. E. Knott Aparatus Co. Compasses 
 9901  C. B, Kern                Meal Vorms 
 9902  Keuffel & Esser Co.       Pen 
 9903  Excelsior Shoe Store      Arch supports 
 9804 Madison Drug Co.           Drugs 
 9905 The Pfister & Vogel 
            Leather Co.          Leather 
9906   S. S. Kresge Co.          Clothes hangers 
9907 G.L.Gilbert Bhursar 
      Acct, of Letz Quartet      Concert 
9908  Fritzsche Bros0            Oil Cloves 
9909  Theo.B. Robertson Prod.Co.Soap 
9910  Madison Battery & Serv.Co0Hydrogen tank 
9911  Mallirnckrodt Chemicael Wiks.Chemicals 
9912 X. C. McChurg & Co.         Office supplies 
9913  G. B. Lewis Co.            Depressers 
9914  Noyes Bros. & Cutler       Chemical Sup. 
9915  Siekert & Baum Stationery 
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Palmolive Soap Co.         Soap 
Hamilton-Beach MIfg.Co.    Heater 
Gr ifZ ith-Clark Co.      Books 
Mintz Bros.                Ath0Goods 
David Isc,                 Carrots 
Merrell Sr alo Sales Corp. Milk 
The Nashville Agrl l.Normai Inst.Goat 
L.LrOldds Seed Co.         Seods 
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P. R. Sansum               Rabbits 
Wol~f, Kubly & Hirsig Co. Wire 
Metropolitan 5 to 50ý Store Pans 
Colonial Hospital Sup.Co. Me3.Supplies 
Amererican Standardc Mfg.Co, WVringers 
Hoskins Mfg.Co.            WTire 
Berry Brothers             Asphaltum 
General Chemical Co.       Chemicals 
The Neckerman Agency       Book 
Associated Ldvertising     Subscription 
Ginn& Coo                  Books 
The Univo of Chicago Press  " 
The Prang Co.              Paper 
Postage                    Subscription 
Glaays Johnson             Refund 
J. B. Lippincott Co.       Books 
Lansing Company            Oarts 
Und.oerwood & Undeervwood. Slide 
The Manual Arts Press      Book 
Exhibitors Supply Co.      Lenses 
Amer.Acad.of Pol.& Soc.ScieBook 
Rande icNally & Co.        Tacks 
Pantorium Co.              Laundry 
The Print Shop             Ribbons 
Grant   f:r. Co.           Machinery 
H. K. roncke Hdiwe$Co.     Thumb tacks 
Neil 6C Coo                Plumbing repairs 
S. V. Reynolds             Separator crank 
The John 'auson Mfg.Co.    Engine repairs 
Wim. Noll -Hd.wve. Co.     Hardr7ar e 
Individual Drinking Cup Co-Cups 
E. A. Sharer               Axe 
Chas. Proi                 Cockerel 
Alex Sinaiko               Oats 
Holste in-1riesian Lssn.of 
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Ingersoll-Rand Co.         Drill steel 
0. 1,. Nelson              Repairing clock 
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9972  Sharp & Smith:.:,*IvI 
9973  Schwaab.Stamp & Seal Co.  S 
9974   Madison Blue Print Co.     B: 
9975 Louis A. Geffert             HL 
9976 Mautz Bros.,G 
9977 New York Store               DI 
9978   Morris Kaplan              F( 
9979   Burdick & Murray Co.       Di 
9980   Rawlings Mfg.Co,          P 
9981  The Menges Pharmacies       M( 
9982- V. Mueller & Co.            M( 
9983   Oscar Mayer & Co.          M( 
9984   Verona Creamery Roll 
9985   Cottage Grove Creamery Roll 
9986   Verona, Creamery Roll 
998?   Lecture Bureau Pay Roll 
9988    John Addison              Mi 
9989   Mrs. Holvard Greene        Ti 
9990   G. Bohstedt 
9991   G.L.GilbertBursar 
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 9993  E. D   Holden              T3 
 9994  G.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
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 9995  J Ab James 
 9996  J. Johnson 
 9997  John H. Kolb 
 9998  Anson Marston              H( 
 9999  E. M1 Tiffany              Ti 
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10001  W. H. Jamison              Cl 
10002   Bank of Wisconsin, 
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10003  G. M. Eli- 
10004  Kaplan's Fruit Store 
10005 loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. 
10006 Mansfield-Caughey Co. 
10007  Simon Bros, Co. 
10008  Fraternal Reserve Assn. 
10009  La Crosse Theatres Co. 
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10011  Milvraukee Elec.Ry.& Lt.Co.Steom service 
10012  Chester Allen              Travel 
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10015  Imogene Wegenko 
10016 Richard B. Ritland. 
100117 TWinifred. Carberry 
10018  J. G.Bernnett 
10019 IW* 0s B1an.chlar d 
10020 R. B. Duancan 
10021  P.4 17 *Dykema 
10022  Ben G. El-liott 
10023 HarrVfy G1li cksman 
10024  Ira So Grýiffith 
10025 Arnold B. Hallý1 
10026 1. D. Herrold 
10027  Edith E. Hoyt 
10028 Go We Jamieson 
10029  Evelyn H. Jensen 
10030  E. T. Know.7er 
10031 Fran.-cis C. Krauaskppf 
1.0032 H. A. Langenhan 
10O33  Ster-ling Leonard 
10034  Don D.L Le-scohier 
10035  Genivera .,E Lof-LPt 
10036  A. V. Mille-cr 
10037  J. M. O'Neill 
10338  E. A Ross 
10039  W& E.:. Severns 
10040 Daniel Starch 
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10065   The Madison Club 
10066   E. J. Cooper 
10067   Vera La Dixon 
10068   Pi Ri Gifford 
10069   Ia FGirlpibet 
1001o, j. B. Hayress 
100o l B4 Ha Hibbard: 
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175 E, R, Jones 
16d74   H. oL Kempster 
10075   H. L. -Ac Murry 
10076   Gladys Meloche 
10077   G. L. Gilbert, Bursar 
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10078   W. H. Stevenson 
1,0079  G.L.Gilbert ,Bursar 
       Acct. of R. E. Vaughn 
10080  Monte Allen 
10081   H. J. Rabmlow 
10082   Geo. Briggs 
10083   T. HA Campion 
10084  3. FF  Graber 
10085   John S. Klinka 
10086  A. J. Lonsdorf 
10087  E. L. Luther 
10088  R. to  Peterson 
10089  R °H. Rasmussen 
10090  F. G. Swoboda 
10091   J, U11 Walaz 
10092 3J F. Wojta 
10093  Benjamin F. Wood 
10094  F. L. Musbach 
10095  Fay Hammersley 
10096  Simon Bros. Co. 
10097  Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. 
10098  Frank Br o9ers 
10099  Kennedy Dairy Co. 
10100 MIansfield-Caughey Co4 
10101  Klueter & Co 
10102       " it I 
10103  Kenneday Dairy Co. 
10104  R. Y. McCord 
10105  John J. Schommer 
10106  Fred H. Young 
10107 University of Chicago 
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10061 
10062 
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    150.45 
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Geoo Hitchcock 
G.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
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T. -. Jones 
W. '. Fleming 
F. B.. Turnbull 
M. Kasak 
Fred Jenner Hodges 
C. 1i. & St. 2.Ry.Co. 
The Paul E. Mueller Co. 
W. B. ZabstC 
7isconsin Office Su-.Co. 
G iL.,Gilbert, Bursar 
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Theo. B. I1anny 
"7'ilbur H. Seubert 
C. L. Bachelder 
Sophie Steiger 
i. J. Namara 
P. L. Pratt 
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Mlargaret Duckett 
Miary T. Voorhees 
Sidney LaPook 
St ella Di. Crame r 
Olive W. Pepper 
Marthe L. Castles 
John M. Erickson 
Henry J. Rooney 
Agnes Feeney 
Peter Hanson 
Horace E. Greenwood 
Walter W 7rth 
Schuyler P. Bissell 
J.E. Christofferson 
E. H. Zwicky 
Esther Gruenbeck 
Lincolnn leprud 
Gladiys Irrrin 
Lloydi Geo rge 
Esther V, Iaiiaock 
F. W. Boerner 
D. 7r . Gibson 
Esther ii{. Schaffner 
John 7. Boles 
Glenn -. Dunca~n 
Paul H. jameson 
Leonore Tebe-r 
Rout. Sykes 
7. C. Stoltz 
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317,77 
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Travel           480.59 
Live Stock        40.00 
  " T             95.00 
Travel            18.14 
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riadiat io4      356.00 
Tuning piano       6.75 
Machines         250.00 
Re fund          82i1,12 
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  "i             12,00 
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  "T              1.25 
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Walter Schweitzer 
W. J. Beatty 
Christian Henrichsen 
H. J. Youngsberg 
Jule B. Ioftus 
Thos. F. M iller 
R. J,. Gordon 
Sylvia Nemeroff 
Carl W. Stoltz 
Mrs, ,Y. H. Peterson 
Mary Ma art ineau 
Leonard. M. Hovlid 
Frances Rigdon 
Carson A   Hatfield 
Karl A. Krakhw 
Anabel Mann 
Hazel e. Young 
Knight D. Farwell 
Raymond D. Hofberger 
Einar H. Gaulstad 
Allen A.C .Nickel 
Middleton Creamery Roll 
Child Health Organization 
E. 01, Cockayine 
R. J. Farquhar Coo 
H. Channon Co. 
General Paper & Supply Co 
Fuller & Johnson Mf.Co. 
The Toggery Shop 
Wm, Schmitt 
The Macey Co, 
Madison Gas & Elec.Co. 
V. IMueller & Co. 
Valvoline 0jl Co. 
The A. H. Thomas Co. 
Vaughan's Seed Store 
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   28.20 
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40.19 
50.60 
63.23 
                           & labels          22.41 
Wisconsin State Journal    Advertising        1.88 
Crandall Packing Co,.      Valves packing     4.92 
John C. Moore Corporation Office supplies     4.24 
Rundle-Spence Mifg. Co.    Machine parts     98.00 
Wislionibin Alumni Assoc.- Advertisement     20.75 
A. H. Barb-.r CreamerY supp.CoQMachin.e parts 7.12 
Chas. H. ,rij-s           Chem.Ahalysis     75.50 
College Book Co.           Pamphlets          3.00 
Boston M~usic Co,          Music              1.10 
Mc~laster-Carr Supply CO. Valve stems         2.20 
Western Electric Co.       Shades             6.88 
Capital City Culvert Co. Culvert             27.60 
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The Citer-Digest Co.       Books              7.50 
The M11usical lmer .Co.    Subscription       3.00 
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10212 
10213 
10214 
10215 
10216 
Callaghan & Co. 
Grimm Book Bindery 
Thos. Yo Crowell Co. 
Thordarson Elec.Mlfg .Co. 
"Williams & Wilkins Co. 
Agence d Librairie et de 
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10217 Win. Gaertner & Co. 
10218 Bank of Wis.Acct. of 
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10219   Theatre "'rts i4agazine 
10220  Ed-vard Thompson Co. 
10221 iLnmer.Pol Sci.tX.ssoc. 
10222  Ste;,-art Y Kidd Co. 
1022 3 G. E. Stechert & Co. 
10224  T. J. o it'patrick 
10225  The Chica.o Daily N1Fe ws 
10226 R. J. Dowd Knife Works 
10227  The Yale & Tovnme Mfg.Co. 
10228  The Veeder M{f .Co. 
10229  The Dartnell Corporation 
10230  Harvard University Press 
10231  Putnans 
10232  The inLacmillan Col 
10233  Houghton Ilifflin Co. 
10234  N. A. Phemister Co4 
10235  C. A. Roberts Co. 
10236  The Rockefeller Inst.for 
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10237  W. F. Prior Co. 
10238  The Carswell Co. 
10239  Callaghan Co. 
10240  P. Blakiston's Son & Co. 
10241  The LawyTers Co-op.Pub. Co. 
10242  Virginia Bar Lssoc. 
10243  Iviary ;r , /illiams 
10244  Ed.gar llen Steel Co. 
10245  Almer Coe & Co. 
10246         1-rmour Fertilizer orks 
10247  Badger Pharmacy 
10248  Belden 1f1Co. 
10249  Boston Ge arr Works 
10250  Brown &   ¾Sarpe i ff.Coo 
10251  Burgess Bal'ttery Co.. 
10252  Celluloid Coo 
10253  Central Scientific Co. 
10254      " 
10255  Chicaco Surgical & 
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10256  City of inew York 
10257  Conklin Lc Sons 
10258  E. -. Buser 
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  If 
  IT 
  if 
Steel tubing 
7 
di 
Subscriptions     10.00 
Books            105.80 
                 "12.00 
  "IT             39.25 
  "1               1.28 
  "IT              4.50 
  IT               2.10 
  "IT              3.50 
Steel            111.36 
Optical plates     2.26 
Ser um             1.050 
Gloves             5.85 
Wire              25.92 
Chains             6.88 
Reamers c pumps   57.05 
Cells             12.00 
Celluloid sheets $3.6a 
Bristles            .09 
Scientific L'1-ar,,50.75 
Repcairing therm. 2.17 
To :in             2.00 
Ice               36.00 
Groceries         11.36 
21 50 
252,60 
  5.11 
  80.00 
  6e * 00 
  8.71 
233.00 
  3.93 
  1.60 
  3.o00 
  1.50 
  19.28 
  55.44 
  5.60 
  5.00 
  8*40 
598.87 
  6.11 
  1*85 
  2.50 
  1.94 
  8.80 
  23.14 
  22.25 
  75.91 


 
10259 
10282  L.L.Fleig & Co.         Fibre 
10283  Lussky White & Coolidge Buttons 
10284 Madison Paper Co.        Ink 
10285 Mallinckrodt Chem.Wks. Chemicals 
10286  The Thermal Syndicate   Plate 
10287  Twin City School Sup.CoBooks 
10288  Westinghouse Lamp Co. Lamps 
10289  Geo. B. Carpenter & Co.Cord & car 
10290  Conklin & Sons CQ,      ice 
10291 i..B.Dick & Co.         Office sui 
10292  Eau Claire Book & 
avas 
pplies 
11.98 
  1.84 
  33,00 
172.00 
12.70-- 
397 .10 
109 .34 
71.17 
324.00 
137.77 
             3tationery Co.    Books           209.92 
 10293  Gimbel Bros.           Furniture        29,06 
 10294 Ph.Gross hvdw.& Sup.Co. Cord & Tool 
                                holder           6.43 
10295 Harloff-Loproch Elec.Co.Bulbs & cabinet 15.35 
10296 McGraw-.Iill Book Co.    books           733,97 
10297   The Macrmillan Co.     Books            65.74 
10298   Jos, To Ryerson & Son  Steel            18.518 
10299  Engineering & Contracting Subscription    4.00 
10300  House & Garden                            3.00 
10301  J. P. Thiex & Co.       Painting windows 28.88 
10302  Bureau of Publications 
          Teachers College     Books            28.80 
10303  Cambria Steel Co.      Handbooks         25.00 
10304 Doubleday Page & Co.     Books             2.60 
Cooper 
10259   Cooper Hewitt Elec.oC6-'lab.Outfit    100.00 
10260   Cutler Hammer Mfg.Co,--le ter           17.99 
10261   Denoyer-Oeoopert Co, Qaps               2100 
  10262  oE.,Diemer            Photos           17.95 
  10263 The Emil Greiner 0Co   Pfpette          47.50 
  10264 Hilgers & Goeden       Meat              9.31 
  10265 The Leeds & Northrup CoElecSSupplies 
                                & Repairs       156.56 
 10266 Herman Mack             Groceries 
 10267 Madison Blue Print Co. Blue Print 
                                 Paper           4.20 
10268   The Ronald Press Co.   Book              8.47 
10269   Taylor Instrument Co. Thermometer       12.34 
1010 Clyde B. Terrell          Necturus         13.25 
10271  E. Tetzner              Carpet Warp      12.80 
1027-2 Tabacoo-By.-Prod.Corp.  Liquid            5 
10273  The Torsion Balance Co.Repairs on appar.19.50 
10274  The W. S. Tyler Co.     Twilled Nickel    3.62 
10275  The Universiy of Chicago 
                 Press         Chart             1.26 
10276   Weston Electrical Inst.Co.Elec.Supplies,13B.82 
10277  Luman R6 Wing & Co.    Milk               2.30 
10278  The Wisconsin Engineer Half-tone cuts    10.00 
10279  Will Ross              Med.Supplies      22.63 
10280  Amer-Sheet & Tin Plate CooTin sheets     60.59 
10281  Chas. Cooper & Co.     Benzene & char- 
         S... . . .coal                        eo  _ qS 


 
Famous Players-Lasky C 
D. C. Heath & CoO 
Fred W. Liedtke 
Tech.ivical Book Pub.Coo 
Univearsity Co-op Co. 
Wa1lbrunn, Kling & Co. 
orp.Films         47 25 
Books             33.71 
Re nd             10.00 
Books             31.85 
Paper              2.08 
Show card outfits 
                 187.50 
10305 
10306 
10307 
10308 
10309 
10310 
10311 
10312 
10313 
10314 
10315 
10316 
10317 
10318 
10319 
"10320 
10321 
10322 
10323 
10324 
10325 
10326. 
10327 
10328 
10329 
10330 
10331 
10332 
10333 
10334 
10335 
10336 
10337  F. E. Myers & Bros.     Pump 
10338  Taylor inTtrument Co. Gauage 
10339  Spencer Lens Co.        Med.kpparat' 
10340  Amer.Blue Print Co.     Paper 
10341  thate   The Arthur H. 
       Thoma. io.              Glasses 
10342  Western Electric Co.    Wire 
10343  Th e Westsern Iron Stores Co.Drills 
                                  & Hose 
"I nrX2 A I    IfTIT          IT   11 i IT 
us 
Wi edenbeok---Dobe1in Co.1-Machine parts 
John Wiley & Sons       Pamphlets 
W1 Ilkens-Alnderson Co. Flasks 
The Will Corporation    Chem.Appar. 
Burdick & MurrayCo.     Felt 
Fouts Brothers          Seed 
J. A. Duffy             Repairing 
The Connor Retail Lbr.Co.Ventilating 
                             vlues 
Chequamegon Ice Co.     Ice & Smithing 
Frances B. Cook ,       Bulb 
American Radiator Co. Heater 
F. S, Burgh & Co,       Staff 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Co.Shearing 
                              machine 
Creamery Packg.Co.      Strainer & 
                        cans 
Creamery Pkg.Co.        Dairy supplies 
De Laval Separatqr Co. Separator parts 
Dennison Mfg.Co ,       Wrappers 
Fruit Groweis Supply Co.Tools 
Robert Gaylord.         Cartons 
Chr. Hansents Lahoratory BIýtter color 
Northern Rock Island Plow Uo.Rods 
Stemensen's Maloney & Co.Binder 
Thatcher MifgE.Co.      Bottles 
Wilhelm & Gillies       Pad locks 
Baker - Upham Lb,.Co. Repairs 
The Superior Color cress Posters 
lvlint z Bro....        Rep&iring 
                 -     basket ball suits 
Pantorium Co.           Sewing 
A,,a G. Spald.ing & Bro. Ath.Goods 
Madison Battery 8 Serv.Co.Storage bat- 
                            tery 
-24- 
  1420 
  13.50 
  1' 50 
  6.42 
  21.48 
  .90 
  15,27 
  11.30 
  22.40 
  18.52 
151 .95 
17.91 
  3.66 
  9.45 
  14.09 
  15.80 
  .95 
  4.00 
256o,44 
  1.95 
  10 070 
  8.97 
  11.00 
  26115 
  10 57 
  15,84 
  7 o50 
  25.20 
267.30 
  9.86/ 
310.30 
63 .26 
19.11 
39.01 
25.55 
76.85 
382.75 
178.77 
145Jk± 
10345 
10346 
10347 
10348 
4L 


 
Wisconsin Foundry & Mach.Co.Mach.parts  75.'1 
  "IT             I T  IT               92.78 
Wolff Kubly & Hirsig CoHardware         86.12 
Burdick & Murray Co.   Dry Goods        48.81 
Castle & Doyle         Lime & coal      10.55 
The Daily Cardinal     Ad.s             14.80 
10349 
10350 
10351 
10352 
10353 
10354 
10355 
10356 
10357 
10358 
Farmers Coop.Co. 
The Follett Co. 
Louis A. Gefiert 
10359 General Electric Co. 
10360 The Hub Clothing C6. 
          10361 
          10362 
          10363 
          10364 
          10365 
          10366 
          10367 
          10368 
          10369 
Mdar. 23, 10370 
          10371 
          10372 
          10373 
          10374 
          10375 
          10376 
          10377 
          10378 
Hunter Press Bureaui 
Mdadison Brass Works 
Mosely Book Co. 
Sumner & Cramton 
Valvoline Oil Co. 
Wiedenbeck-Dobelin Co4 
Ailhelm & Gillies 
Grain & Coal 
Corn & oats 
Harness 
  Repairs 
  Elec.Supplies 
  Gloves, socks, 
    & suits 
 Clipping service 
 Bus hing s 
 Books 
 Books & paper 
 Gasoline 
 Coal & Iron 
 Basket 
77isconsin Telephone Co.Brackets 
Wolff ,'Kubly & Hirsig Co .Hardware 
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll 
Verona Creamery Roll 
Ethel 2. R. Edmundswn Rent 
University Investment Co." 
Ann Birge 
Nellie Kedzie jone:,   Travel 
Mdadison Packing Co,   M 0 1eat 
H. P. Wood              Travel 
R. H. Denniston        Marking ir 
10379 Mrs. R. H. Denniston 
ssign- 
  ments 
Marking Assign- 
  ments 
W. H. Dudley           Travel 
M. H. Scott               "I 
J. E. Leverick 
G.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
"Xcct, of 'Mildred Hagerty " 
Amy L. Daniels         Honorarium 
Mary A. Brady          Travel 
Mrs0 Jrnmes Odell      Honorarium 
To L. &evrick           Travel 
H4 C. Seyforth 
T, H. CampionT" 
August Turnquist        Rent 
The Fleizchmann Co.     Yeast 
Kennedy Dairy Co.       Milk 
Tablet & Ticket Co.     Envelopes 
Mansfield-Caughey Co.   Butter & 81 
The Fulton Co.          Paint 
Body's                  Candy 
Kennedy Dairy Co.       Ice Cream 
1 
699.14 
250.54 
36.45 
21.95 
472.58 
31.30 
35.00 
17.50 
  2.70 
  88.46 
227.79 
25.92 
20.50 
71.51 
233.50 
822o26 
581,99 
450.00 
423.90 
150.00 
47.23- 
46.04 
  6.86 
  6.00 
  70.00 
  67.78 
  63.10 
  12.13 
     121.16 
     40.00 
     123.33 
     20 t00 
     37.57 
     12.61 
     49.32 
     40.00 
     30.50 
     300.20 
     11.56 
eco 194.40 
      39 .31 
1.80 g99Z 
     207?.90 
-25- 
Eau Claire Book & Stat .Co.Books & 
                      Furniture 
10380 
10381 
10382 
10383 
10384 
10385 
10386 
10387 
10388 
10389 
10390 
10391 
10392 
10393 
10394 
10396 
10396 
10397 


 
Mar, 25, 
10398 
10399 
10400 
10401 
10402 
10403 
10404 
10405 
10406 
10407 
10408 
10409 
10410 
10411 
10412 
10413 
10414 
10415 
10416 
10417 
10418 
10419 
10420 
10421 
10422 
10423 
10424 
10426 
10426 
10427 
10428 
10429 
10430 
10431 
10432 
10433 
10434 
10435 
10436 
10437 
10438 
10439 
10440 
10441 
10442 
10443 
10444 
.10445 
10446 
10447 
10446 
10449 
W. EV Wean-m-Bl1        Travel 
Illinois Central Ry.Co.Freight 
Chicago Mil& Lake S.Co.Telegrams 
West32r Union Telegraph Co.  " 
State fepartment of Engr.January 
                          Service 
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The Western Union Tel'.Co.Telegraph 
C. & Northwestern Ry.Co Freight 
TT TyI    TIT 
it IT 
TV 
C. M. & St. P..RylCo. 
Theo. Lau 
N. A. nderson 
J, P. O'GConnor 
W,. H- Dudley 
Louis E. iReber 
R. L. Wise 
B. G. Elliott 
J. L. Gillin 
W7m, Wiedrich 
B. A. Beach 
h. W. Jamison 
G.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
Aect. of '0. E. Stonc 
Hester A. Jacobs 
Abbe Ernest Dimnet 
G-L.Gilbert. Bursar 
Acot. of 0.G.Malde 
Madison Gas & Elec.C 
Frederick J. Drake 0 
Dodd Mead & Co. 
E.A.Hinrichs & Co. 
Cudahy Cash MIarket 
  IT     TT     IT 
  Kab1an's Fruit Storc 
  Madison Packing Co. 
  Heney Shulze 
  G. M. Ellis 
  Sunderland, Evans & 
  Eugene Dietzgen Co. 
  W. H. Pridgman 
  Robt. W,- Keyes, Jr. 
  Vinifred Carberry 
  Harry Glicksman 
  J,, B. Read 
  H oVoOSLhea 
  Harold. F. Connors 
  W. H. Severns 
  Harold F. Connors 
  N. A. Anderson 
  R. L. iVise 
  E.H.Jensen 
  G .C..Vertz 
  D-.S.Robinson 
    ii 
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Statues 
Travel 
Travel 
  TV 
  IT 
      it 
      IT 
      Ty 
   Honorarium 
   Travel 
   Lectures 
   Travil 
]o. Light & Po~wer 
Co.Books 
       TI 
    China 
    Meat 
      'I 
    Groceries 
    Meat 
    Eggs 
    --ray & Dental 
        films 
Agen Rent 
    Drating sets 
    Travel 
      TI 
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      TY 
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VTI 
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  30,34 
  117.46 
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  20.15 
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    .90 
 196.92 
 235.73 
 28.50 
 17157 
 26.42 
 132.25 
 12.46 
 21.38 
   9.98 
   5*54 
   19.74 
   2.40 
   2 4-38 
 100,00 
   9-.2o 
   75.00 
   32,669 
1775.36 
  13450 
  10.92 
  777,37 
  51.31 
  100.13 
  48.39 
  24.28 
  9.60 
  207.84 
  45.00 
  170.60 
  92.23 
  43.53 
  31.94 
  I.12 
  14.93 
  38.76 
  11.,88 
  10.94 
  17,23 
  22.95 
  27 .61 
  23.71 
  35,38 
  27.76 


 
I 
At 
REGULA. IBT ING OF T3OA BO       EGETS 
                      Maidison, W, isc onsin..................... 
                  April 22, 1921, i1000 a.m0 
                  President Seaxuan presiding. 
PTESENT: Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Butler, Eimonr, Faast, Horlick, 
          Kohler, juahoney, ijiller, Perkins, Seaman, Trottmano 
ABSEN:    Regents Cary, Haiimiond, Jones. 
          President Searnan reported that Regent Hanniond was in 
the east, and the secretary filed a letter from Regent Hammond 
edplaining his absence from the meeting. 
          President Seaman reported that Regent Jones was taken- 
sick while on his way to the weeting and had to return home. 
it was 
meeting 
as sent 
  On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Butler, 
  VOTED, That the reading of the minutes of the last 
of the board be dispensed with and that they be approved 
oat to the regents. 
          President Birge reported verbally upon the legislat7e 
situation re 
                  l,  Operation appropriation, 
                  2, Bu ilding apprloptiriati on, 
                  3. Non.-resident tuition bill. 
          President B4i. ge distributed mimeographed statements re 
non-resident tuition bill as follows: 
                  a.  Cost of University per StUdentQ (copy attached.}  
                  b. e viemorand-um on non-resident tuition fees. 
                                                  (Copy. attached..), 


 
I 
At 
REGULA. IBT ING OF T3OA BO       EGETS 
                      Maidison, W, isc onsin..................... 
                  April 22, 1921, i1000 a.m0 
                  President Seaxuan presiding. 
PTESENT: Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Butler, Eimonr, Faast, Horlick, 
          Kohler, juahoney, ijiller, Perkins, Seaman, Trottmano 
ABSEN:    Regents Cary, Haiimiond, Jones. 
          President Searnan reported that Regent Hanniond was in 
the east, and the secretary filed a letter from Regent Hammond 
edplaining his absence from the meeting. 
          President Seaman reported that Regent Jones was taken- 
sick while on his way to the weeting and had to return home. 
it was 
meeting 
as sent 
  On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Butler, 
  VOTED, That the reading of the minutes of the last 
of the board be dispensed with and that they be approved 
oat to the regents. 
          President Birge reported verbally upon the legislat7e 
situation re 
                  l,  Operation appropriation, 
                  2, Bu ilding apprloptiriati on, 
                  3. Non.-resident tuition bill. 
          President B4i. ge distributed mimeographed statements re 
non-resident tuition bill as follows: 
                  a.  Cost of University per StUdentQ (copy attached.}  
                  b. e viemorand-um on non-resident tuition fees. 
                                                  (Copy. attached..), 


 
I 
At 
REGULA. IBT ING OF T3OA BO       EGETS 
                      Maidison, W, isc onsin..................... 
                  April 22, 1921, i1000 a.m0 
                  President Seaxuan presiding. 
PTESENT: Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Butler, Eimonr, Faast, Horlick, 
          Kohler, juahoney, ijiller, Perkins, Seaman, Trottmano 
ABSEN:    Regents Cary, Haiimiond, Jones. 
          President Searnan reported that Regent Hanniond was in 
the east, and the secretary filed a letter from Regent Hammond 
edplaining his absence from the meeting. 
          President Seaman reported that Regent Jones was taken- 
sick while on his way to the weeting and had to return home. 
it was 
meeting 
as sent 
  On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Butler, 
  VOTED, That the reading of the minutes of the last 
of the board be dispensed with and that they be approved 
oat to the regents. 
          President Birge reported verbally upon the legislat7e 
situation re 
                  l,  Operation appropriation, 
                  2, Bu ilding apprloptiriati on, 
                  3. Non.-resident tuition bill. 
          President B4i. ge distributed mimeographed statements re 
non-resident tuition bill as follows: 
                  a.  Cost of University per StUdentQ (copy attached.}  
                  b. e viemorand-um on non-resident tuition fees. 
                                                  (Copy. attached..), 


 
               President Birge read a communication fran C. B. Webb, 
    president of the iFational TuberciUlosis Association; in which they 
  t express appreciation b0f the work of -Dr. *F7 S. Miller of the 
    University of /lisconvsin, and advise that they  6vei appropriated 
    \4,000 to Dr, Miller for the continuance of his work. 
               On moti4ki of Regent Horlick, it was 
               VOTED, That the Secretary of the Board of Regents be 
   I-authorized to act as treasurer of this fund, as requested by 
   Dr. MIiller, and that the president of the university communicate 
   with the National Tubezrculosis Association and thank them in behalf 
   'of the regents for their assistance in this work. 
               On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Butler, 
    it was    VOTED, That the minutes of the executive committee 
    meetings held Mviarch 1st and 25th, as sent out to the regents, 
    be ratified, approved, and confirmed. 
              Regent Buckstaff reported for the Committee on Letters 
    and Science, recamixending the adoption of the following 
                          REC GOlhENDAT IONS OF THE PRES IDEKT 
                                -Letters and Science-w 
         S.  That Charles E. Allen, professor of botany, be granted 
 l leave of absence for one month, beginning April 8, 1921, with pay. 
             A-Aopted, 
         2. That Louis B. Wolfenson, assistant professor of semitic 
    languages, be granted leave of absence with pay frr June 1 to 
S4" Canmencement. 
             Adopted. 
 f95     -3. That Dwight T. Farnham, vice-president of the American 
    Association of Jndustrial Engineers of St. Louis, be appointed 
    special lecturer in conrierce, to be paid $:25 in lieu of expenses 
    for one lecture on April 26. charge to budget of department of 
    Sonanleroe. 
             Adaopt.ed. 
  o.   4.  That the resignation of Lois B. Borland, assistant in 
    English, be accepted, to take effect April 4, 1921. 
             Adopted. 
-2-. 


 
               President Birge read a communication fran C. B. Webb, 
    president of the iFational TuberciUlosis Association; in which they 
  t express appreciation b0f the work of -Dr. *F7 S. Miller of the 
    University of /lisconvsin, and advise that they  6vei appropriated 
    \4,000 to Dr, Miller for the continuance of his work. 
               On moti4ki of Regent Horlick, it was 
               VOTED, That the Secretary of the Board of Regents be 
   I-authorized to act as treasurer of this fund, as requested by 
   Dr. MIiller, and that the president of the university communicate 
   with the National Tubezrculosis Association and thank them in behalf 
   'of the regents for their assistance in this work. 
               On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Butler, 
    it was    VOTED, That the minutes of the executive committee 
    meetings held Mviarch 1st and 25th, as sent out to the regents, 
    be ratified, approved, and confirmed. 
              Regent Buckstaff reported for the Committee on Letters 
    and Science, recamixending the adoption of the following 
                          REC GOlhENDAT IONS OF THE PRES IDEKT 
                                -Letters and Science-w 
         S.  That Charles E. Allen, professor of botany, be granted 
 l leave of absence for one month, beginning April 8, 1921, with pay. 
             A-Aopted, 
         2. That Louis B. Wolfenson, assistant professor of semitic 
    languages, be granted leave of absence with pay frr June 1 to 
S4" Canmencement. 
             Adopted. 
 f95     -3. That Dwight T. Farnham, vice-president of the American 
    Association of Jndustrial Engineers of St. Louis, be appointed 
    special lecturer in conrierce, to be paid $:25 in lieu of expenses 
    for one lecture on April 26. charge to budget of department of 
    Sonanleroe. 
             Adaopt.ed. 
  o.   4.  That the resignation of Lois B. Borland, assistant in 
    English, be accepted, to take effect April 4, 1921. 
             Adopted. 
-2-. 


 
     5.  That Professor William B. Newbold, University of 
Pennsylvania, be appointed special lecturer in history, to be 
paid $175 in lieu of exi:enses for one lecture in May; charge to 
unassigned instruction. 
         Adopted. 
     6. That a sum not to exceed $?50 be transferred frn un- 
assigned instruction to the deyartment of Scandinavian languages 
be used for the paymTent of assistants in reading papers. 
         Adopted. 
     7. That in accordance with the recomMendation of the 
university faculty the following changes in degrees be made: 
           B.S. (Industrial Fducation) for the course now call"  d 
                 the industrial course; 
            B.S. (Applied Arts) for the course now called the 
                 course in drawing, design, and craft work. 
         Adopted. 
     8. That the name of the department of- -ual Arbe changed 
to Industrial c1ducation and Applied Arts; and that the titles of 
the members of the department be changed as follows: 
           Ira S. Griffith, professor of industrial education 
           7. H. Varnun, alssociate pnrofessor of applied arts 
           Leon S. Green4 assistant professor of industrial education 
           Della F. ,Wilson, instructor in a'ilied arts 
           A. N. Colt, Juqtructor in applied arts; 
change to take effect at the close of the year 1920w-21. 
        Adopted, 
            On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Miller, 
    recommendations I-8, Letters and Science, were adopted. 
            Regent Lahoney reported for the Cormmittee on Agriculture, 
    recamnending the adoption of the following 
                         REC1UVJELNDAT I0NS OF THE PRES IDE1T 
                                   -Agr iculture- 
         1.  That Julius L. Vfenstadt be appointed county agricultural 
    representative for Sheboygan County, beginning April 1, 1921, 
    salary at the rate of $,2100 per annum, (12 months' basis), divided 
    as follows: $1700 University, $400 County; in place of C F.Wehrweir 
Swhose term expired. 
             Adopted. 
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     5.  That Professor William B. Newbold, University of 
Pennsylvania, be appointed special lecturer in history, to be 
paid $175 in lieu of exi:enses for one lecture in May; charge to 
unassigned instruction. 
         Adopted. 
     6. That a sum not to exceed $?50 be transferred frn un- 
assigned instruction to the deyartment of Scandinavian languages 
be used for the paymTent of assistants in reading papers. 
         Adopted. 
     7. That in accordance with the recomMendation of the 
university faculty the following changes in degrees be made: 
           B.S. (Industrial Fducation) for the course now call"  d 
                 the industrial course; 
            B.S. (Applied Arts) for the course now called the 
                 course in drawing, design, and craft work. 
         Adopted. 
     8. That the name of the department of- -ual Arbe changed 
to Industrial c1ducation and Applied Arts; and that the titles of 
the members of the department be changed as follows: 
           Ira S. Griffith, professor of industrial education 
           7. H. Varnun, alssociate pnrofessor of applied arts 
           Leon S. Green4 assistant professor of industrial education 
           Della F. ,Wilson, instructor in a'ilied arts 
           A. N. Colt, Juqtructor in applied arts; 
change to take effect at the close of the year 1920w-21. 
        Adopted, 
            On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Miller, 
    recommendations I-8, Letters and Science, were adopted. 
            Regent Lahoney reported for the Cormmittee on Agriculture, 
    recamnending the adoption of the following 
                         REC1UVJELNDAT I0NS OF THE PRES IDE1T 
                                   -Agr iculture- 
         1.  That Julius L. Vfenstadt be appointed county agricultural 
    representative for Sheboygan County, beginning April 1, 1921, 
    salary at the rate of $,2100 per annum, (12 months' basis), divided 
    as follows: $1700 University, $400 County; in place of C F.Wehrweir 
Swhose term expired. 
             Adopted. 
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           2. That Sidney P. kurat be appointed county agricultural 
f     representative for Buffalo County, beginning April 25, 1921; salary
      at the rate of $2,000 per annum, twelve months, basis, divided 
      as ,follows: $1700 University, $300 County; in place of R. P. 
      Wheaton, resigned. 
               Adop t ed.. 
           3. That Stanley T. Vaughn be appointed assistant in 
      agricultural engineering (land clearing ) from April 25 to June 30,
      1921; salary at the rate of $75 a month and expenses while in the 
      field.; charge to land clearing fund. 
               Adopted. 
           46 That George Anundson be appointed assistant in agricultural
      engineering (land clearing) frb April 17 to June 30, 1921, salary 
      at the rate of  75 a month and. expenses while in the field; charge
      to land clearing fund. 
               Adopted-. 
           5. That 0. G. Holway be appointed technical assistant in 
      agricultural engineering from MIay 1 to June 265, 1921; salary at 
      the rate of ,,-l50 a month and. exp:enses while in the field.; charge
      to balance on salary of Mr. Elliott, p. 104. 
               Adopted. 
           6. That H. C. Krall be appointed cheeseraaker in the depart- 
 <  ment of dairy husbandry, beginning April 1, 1921, salary 2f $125 
   ,wa month; in place of MIhr. Eickhoff_ re's ned. 
               Adopted. 
           7. .That Earnest Schneider be'appointed pasteurizer in- the 
      department of dairy husbandry, beginning April 16, 1921, salary 
      --- 00 a month, in place of . J. Fischer, resigned April 150 
               Adopted...t 
           8. That the resignation of A. C. Foster, pairt.-time assistant
      in plant pathology, be accepted to take effect April 1, 1921. 
               Adopted. 
           9. That Mrs. Maude Mi. WilliJams on be continued as part-time
   i assistant in -plant pathology fran April 1 to June 30, 192, at 
   S$20 a month (no change); charge to Vice Miller $1l200 in plant 
      pathology. 
               Adopted.. 
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          10. That the following fellows and scholars be appointed for 
      the year 1921-22: 
      Elizabeth Beye, Home Economics- B.C.Lewis Institute, 1915; 
                  V.11/ Fellowin horme economics. 1920; 
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      S.VJ Shear, Agricultural BconOmics. 
                e 3. SW isconsin, 1918; M.S1, Wisconsin, 1920; 
                     Scholar in agricultural economi cs, 1920; 
      A. 3. J iker, Plant Pathology. 
                     A A.B, Oberlin, 1917, A.M., Cincinnati, 192o; 
                     Fellow in plant pathology, 1920; 
      0. C. Bryan, Soils and Bacteriologr1,9.. 
                     B/TBS. Al:abaa Technical Institute, 1918 
                     Fellow in soils and bacteriology, 1920; 
      .La Johnson)i Asricultural bacteriology. 
                /    B.S. Home Ec., Visc onsin, 1921. 
      Harold C.I.Case, Honorary fellow in Agricultural Econormics. 
                  -1/ B S. illinois, 1912 4  L.S., Illinois, 1919. 
                     Has charge of extension work in farm management 
                     for northern and western states, U.6.Dept. of 
                     Agriculture# 
Ad opted d 
Scholars 
Horace ...a.per, Soils. 
2B /            .  Iowa State College; M.S.Iowa State Coil; 
Hurley Fellows, PlantRatholo9 
             /  B.S., Oregon-Agricultural College, 1920; 
 Archie 7lackA1gcultural CheoistrX. 
                B. S.. Wisconsin, 1921; 
 William J. mFrederich "PlantPatholo 
                B.3., hltiississippi Agricultural and Iecharical 
                College, 1917; ia.S., MIiss. A. & I. College, 1919. 
 Paul A. C. Eke, Agricul;1ral Economics,; 
                      Wis on n 19-21.. 
                3.3., Wisconsin, 1920; 1i .S., Wisconsin, 
       Adopted.- 
       11. That a course for rural pastors, of ten days to three 
I be given during the summer of 1922, on the same oasis as 
extension courses, that is, no tuition fee to be charged. 
    Adopted. 
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             On motion of Regent ALahbtbey, seconded by Regent Butler, 
    recoimmendations 1 to 10, Agricu.ltture, were adopted. 
             On motion of Regent Mviller, seconded by Regent KQhler, 
    recommendation .1 1Agriculture, was adopted. 
             Regent Horlick reported for the Medical School Comr2nittee,
    recoamending tbe adoption of the following 
                         RECOAUflENDATI ONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                  -Medical School- 
         1.  That Dr. Percy B., Davidson be appointed instructor 
    in pathology for the year 1921-22, salary $2000 per annum, 
             Adooted.. 
         2,  That Dr. Elmer L. Sevringhaus be appointed instructor 
    "in physiological chemistry for the year 1921-22, salary $2500 
    ]per annum. 
             Adopted. 
         3. That Gertrude Domke be appointed half-time student 
    assistant in clinical medicine, beginning April 4, salary of 
    $40 a month; charge to salary of Hazel Gray, resigned April 1. 
             Adopted 
         4. That Mirs. G. E. Linden be appointed half-time assistant 
1171in clinical medicine, beginning April 1,, salary of $35 a month; 
    charge to salary of Hazel Gray, resigned. 
             Adopted'. 
             On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Eixnnn, 
   redommendations I to 4, Miedical School, were awdo-,ted. 
                     RECC0.h-MEDAT IONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                               -Ext ens j on-a 
         1.  That the Extension Division be authorized to conduct 
   a si; weeks session of the Miilv~aukee Day School during the 
   s uimmer of 1921.                                                   i
             Ado it ed. 
             On motion of Regent MZYney, seconded by Regent Miller, 
 recommendation i, Extension, was adopted. 


 
             On motion of Regent ALahbtbey, seconded by Regent Butler, 
    recoimmendations 1 to 10, Agricu.ltture, were adopted. 
             On motion of Regent Mviller, seconded by Regent KQhler, 
    recommendation .1 1Agriculture, was adopted. 
             Regent Horlick reported for the Medical School Comr2nittee,
    recoamending tbe adoption of the following 
                         RECOAUflENDATI ONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                  -Medical School- 
         1.  That Dr. Percy B., Davidson be appointed instructor 
    in pathology for the year 1921-22, salary $2000 per annum, 
             Adooted.. 
         2,  That Dr. Elmer L. Sevringhaus be appointed instructor 
    "in physiological chemistry for the year 1921-22, salary $2500 
    ]per annum. 
             Adopted. 
         3. That Gertrude Domke be appointed half-time student 
    assistant in clinical medicine, beginning April 4, salary of 
    $40 a month; charge to salary of Hazel Gray, resigned April 1. 
             Adopted 
         4. That Mirs. G. E. Linden be appointed half-time assistant 
1171in clinical medicine, beginning April 1,, salary of $35 a month; 
    charge to salary of Hazel Gray, resigned. 
             Adopted'. 
             On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Eixnnn, 
   redommendations I to 4, Miedical School, were awdo-,ted. 
                     RECC0.h-MEDAT IONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                               -Ext ens j on-a 
         1.  That the Extension Division be authorized to conduct 
   a si; weeks session of the Miilv~aukee Day School during the 
   s uimmer of 1921.                                                   i
             Ado it ed. 
             On motion of Regent MZYney, seconded by Regent Miller, 
 recommendation i, Extension, was adopted. 


 
             On motion of Regent ALahbtbey, seconded by Regent Butler, 
    recoimmendations 1 to 10, Agricu.ltture, were adopted. 
             On motion of Regent Mviller, seconded by Regent KQhler, 
    recommendation .1 1Agriculture, was adopted. 
             Regent Horlick reported for the Medical School Comr2nittee,
    recoamending tbe adoption of the following 
                         RECOAUflENDATI ONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                                  -Medical School- 
         1.  That Dr. Percy B., Davidson be appointed instructor 
    in pathology for the year 1921-22, salary $2000 per annum, 
             Adooted.. 
         2,  That Dr. Elmer L. Sevringhaus be appointed instructor 
    "in physiological chemistry for the year 1921-22, salary $2500 
    ]per annum. 
             Adopted. 
         3. That Gertrude Domke be appointed half-time student 
    assistant in clinical medicine, beginning April 4, salary of 
    $40 a month; charge to salary of Hazel Gray, resigned April 1. 
             Adopted 
         4. That Mirs. G. E. Linden be appointed half-time assistant 
1171in clinical medicine, beginning April 1,, salary of $35 a month; 
    charge to salary of Hazel Gray, resigned. 
             Adopted'. 
             On motion of Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Eixnnn, 
   redommendations I to 4, Miedical School, were awdo-,ted. 
                     RECC0.h-MEDAT IONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                               -Ext ens j on-a 
         1.  That the Extension Division be authorized to conduct 
   a si; weeks session of the Miilv~aukee Day School during the 
   s uimmer of 1921.                                                   i
             Ado it ed. 
             On motion of Regent MZYney, seconded by Regent Miller, 
 recommendation i, Extension, was adopted. 


 
     2. That the Extension Division be authorized' to negotiate 
with writers of textb ooks on the fallowing alternative basis: 
          To pay the writers of Extension Division texts a 
          lump sum plus royalties for a period of five to seven 
          years after publicationrto pay them royalties only. 
          The amount of royalties to be paid* in either case on 
          any book shall be limited to a maximum not exceeding 
          f ilfty ioercent of the roqyalties actuall.y oreceived by 
          the University Extension Division frcr the .    Is isher. 
          As heretofore writers of tex-ts may be engaged and paid 
          a flat fee for work accomplished; all subject to the 
          a~roval of the regents. 
          Adopted. 
          On motion of Regent Kohlr, recommiendation 2, Extension, 
was adopted. 
         Regent Kohler reported for the Committee on Physical 
Education recoammending the adoption of the following 
                    REC0UIvMTAT10N OF THE PPEJS IDENT 
                           .-Physical Ecucation- 
      10 That Earl S. Driver be appointed assistant in physical 
education (football') for the 1921 season, at a salary of $1200 
for the season provided in the budget. 
         Adopted. 
         On motion of Pegent Kohler, recommendation 1, Physical 
Education, was adopted. 
          On recommendation of President Birge, and upon motion of 
Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Kohler, it was 
         VOTED, That the action of the faculty, reinstating 
Lgmtngas an inter colleTiate s-or, with the understanding that 
this does not carry with it any approval oo dfisapproval of the 
project of Wisconsin participating at Poughkeepsie, be approved. 
         Regent Perkins presented the following 
                     PEGC0]i-:ENDAT IONS OF TIE C01VlXIT TEE 
                             ON WOL0]EN 'S AFPA IPS 
      1. That h,iss Elizabeth Bern ie be appointed acting directpr 
of Halls and Conmmons at the rate of $180 a month, beginning April 1 
1921. 
         Adopted. 
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     2. That the Extension Division be authorized' to negotiate 
with writers of textb ooks on the fallowing alternative basis: 
          To pay the writers of Extension Division texts a 
          lump sum plus royalties for a period of five to seven 
          years after publicationrto pay them royalties only. 
          The amount of royalties to be paid* in either case on 
          any book shall be limited to a maximum not exceeding 
          f ilfty ioercent of the roqyalties actuall.y oreceived by 
          the University Extension Division frcr the .    Is isher. 
          As heretofore writers of tex-ts may be engaged and paid 
          a flat fee for work accomplished; all subject to the 
          a~roval of the regents. 
          Adopted. 
          On motion of Regent Kohlr, recommiendation 2, Extension, 
was adopted. 
         Regent Kohler reported for the Committee on Physical 
Education recoammending the adoption of the following 
                    REC0UIvMTAT10N OF THE PPEJS IDENT 
                           .-Physical Ecucation- 
      10 That Earl S. Driver be appointed assistant in physical 
education (football') for the 1921 season, at a salary of $1200 
for the season provided in the budget. 
         Adopted. 
         On motion of Pegent Kohler, recommendation 1, Physical 
Education, was adopted. 
          On recommendation of President Birge, and upon motion of 
Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Kohler, it was 
         VOTED, That the action of the faculty, reinstating 
Lgmtngas an inter colleTiate s-or, with the understanding that 
this does not carry with it any approval oo dfisapproval of the 
project of Wisconsin participating at Poughkeepsie, be approved. 
         Regent Perkins presented the following 
                     PEGC0]i-:ENDAT IONS OF TIE C01VlXIT TEE 
                             ON WOL0]EN 'S AFPA IPS 
      1. That h,iss Elizabeth Bern ie be appointed acting directpr 
of Halls and Conmmons at the rate of $180 a month, beginning April 1 
1921. 
         Adopted. 
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     2. That the Extension Division be authorized' to negotiate 
with writers of textb ooks on the fallowing alternative basis: 
          To pay the writers of Extension Division texts a 
          lump sum plus royalties for a period of five to seven 
          years after publicationrto pay them royalties only. 
          The amount of royalties to be paid* in either case on 
          any book shall be limited to a maximum not exceeding 
          f ilfty ioercent of the roqyalties actuall.y oreceived by 
          the University Extension Division frcr the .    Is isher. 
          As heretofore writers of tex-ts may be engaged and paid 
          a flat fee for work accomplished; all subject to the 
          a~roval of the regents. 
          Adopted. 
          On motion of Regent Kohlr, recommiendation 2, Extension, 
was adopted. 
         Regent Kohler reported for the Committee on Physical 
Education recoammending the adoption of the following 
                    REC0UIvMTAT10N OF THE PPEJS IDENT 
                           .-Physical Ecucation- 
      10 That Earl S. Driver be appointed assistant in physical 
education (football') for the 1921 season, at a salary of $1200 
for the season provided in the budget. 
         Adopted. 
         On motion of Pegent Kohler, recommendation 1, Physical 
Education, was adopted. 
          On recommendation of President Birge, and upon motion of 
Regent Horlick, seconded by Regent Kohler, it was 
         VOTED, That the action of the faculty, reinstating 
Lgmtngas an inter colleTiate s-or, with the understanding that 
this does not carry with it any approval oo dfisapproval of the 
project of Wisconsin participating at Poughkeepsie, be approved. 
         Regent Perkins presented the following 
                     PEGC0]i-:ENDAT IONS OF TIE C01VlXIT TEE 
                             ON WOL0]EN 'S AFPA IPS 
      1. That h,iss Elizabeth Bern ie be appointed acting directpr 
of Halls and Conmmons at the rate of $180 a month, beginning April 1 
1921. 
         Adopted. 
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     2. That the appointment of a permanent director be left 
to the President of the University, Miss Perkins, chairman of 
the Committee on women's Aftfairs, and the Business Tuanager, with 
powrer. to act. 
         Adopted. 
         On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
recommendations i and 2, WVomen's Affairs, were adopted. 
EEC OdýIEIDATIO0NS OF THE PRESPIDENT 
          -General- 
     I. That the following legislative scholarships be granted 
for the second semester of 1920-21: 
Ad oj ted. 
L. S. Ellis, Ag.-2 
Augustin Rodolfo, Ag. 2 
Katherine Louise Kelly, Grad. 
     2. C OIF IDEITT IAL 
         That in accordance with the recommendation of the faculty 
the following honorary degrees be granted: 
x.ot to be made 
at the present 
        Adopted. 
Frederick Jackson Turner, 
Will Aiam Ernest- Castle, 
Clyde S. McDowell, 
William Schaus, 
Gerhard M. Dahl, 
Litt.D; 
D.Sc; 
D.ASc. 
IM .iA. 
      3. That in accordance with the certification of the 
registrar the following d    m   be granted: 
            Bachelor of Laws:   Stanley Anton Staidl; 
                                Richard E{arrington. 
         Adopted. 
                        -High School Relations- 
     1. That a sum not to exceed $500 be transferred from 
unassigned adiinistration funds to the department of high school 
relations to be used for additional clerical assistance., 
         Adopted. 
         On motion of President Birge, reccmyendations I and 3, 
General, and recozmmendation 1, High School Relations, were adopted. 
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     2. That the appointment of a permanent director be left 
to the President of the University, Miss Perkins, chairman of 
the Committee on women's Aftfairs, and the Business Tuanager, with 
powrer. to act. 
         Adopted. 
         On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
recommendations i and 2, WVomen's Affairs, were adopted. 
EEC OdýIEIDATIO0NS OF THE PRESPIDENT 
          -General- 
     I. That the following legislative scholarships be granted 
for the second semester of 1920-21: 
Ad oj ted. 
L. S. Ellis, Ag.-2 
Augustin Rodolfo, Ag. 2 
Katherine Louise Kelly, Grad. 
     2. C OIF IDEITT IAL 
         That in accordance with the recommendation of the faculty 
the following honorary degrees be granted: 
x.ot to be made 
at the present 
        Adopted. 
Frederick Jackson Turner, 
Will Aiam Ernest- Castle, 
Clyde S. McDowell, 
William Schaus, 
Gerhard M. Dahl, 
Litt.D; 
D.Sc; 
D.ASc. 
IM .iA. 
      3. That in accordance with the certification of the 
registrar the following d    m   be granted: 
            Bachelor of Laws:   Stanley Anton Staidl; 
                                Richard E{arrington. 
         Adopted. 
                        -High School Relations- 
     1. That a sum not to exceed $500 be transferred from 
unassigned adiinistration funds to the department of high school 
relations to be used for additional clerical assistance., 
         Adopted. 
         On motion of President Birge, reccmyendations I and 3, 
General, and recozmmendation 1, High School Relations, were adopted. 
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        On mnotion of President Birge, sedonded by Regent Miller, 
recommendation 2, General, was adopted* 
        The Business Manager presented the following matters 
for consideration: 
     1. Request from' ianager of Milwaukee Auditorium for use of 
Gymnasium the mqiddle of November for concert by   ousals b   . 
         This matter was referred to the Business Manager with the 
suggestion that, Jthe arrangement for this concert is made 
throuh some student organization or through the School of Music, 
the request will be apjproved. 
      2. Request from Madison Courail of the Federated Press League 
 for use of Gymnasium early in May for address b' Lincoln Steff ens. 
 Admission fee to be charged. 
         On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Miller, 
 it was VOrTED, That the request be not allowed. 
     3.° ]equest from Mrs. WMi. Mendelson for use of gymnasilm 
in April or May "to bring to   adison a great a"Rts   e note".
         On motion of Pegent Miller, seconded by Regent Butler, 
it was   VOTED, That the request be denied. 
     4.  Offer of tanager of 1921 Badger to sell 350 copies at 
$1 .0 per copy 
         on motion of ,egent Horlick, seconded by Regent Butler, 
it was   VOTED, That the offer be not accepted. 
     C .... -A-^           i __ !  i..... -f-ci&A  1, i ft. of Mrs. Eichelb
e rg& 
.st that the gift'be placed in the University Trust Funds and 
7est to the amount of $10,000_be pledged to ilemorial Union 
ling., 
    This matter was referred to the Trust Funds Committee to 
rt at a subsequent meeting of the Board. 
         Regent Kohler reported that the   nysica- cucau uz, 
Committee had voted ag,.Inst the proposal of the Muadison Tennis 
Association to construct one concrete and two clay tennis courts 
at Camp Randall. 
         On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Fegen't Horlick, 
it was   VOTED, That the action of the Physical Education Committee 
be approved, and that the proposal of the IvMadison Tennis Association 
be net accepted. 
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                   The Business manager was authorized to cancel the charge
         for heat, light, and janitor services for three days at Lathrop
         Hall for the religious conference of 19219 
                   The 9resident filed Yeports of leaves of absence and 
         discipline with the Secretary. 
                   On motion of Regent Miller, Seconded by Regent Faast,
         the following resolution was adopted: 
                   The Regents of the University desire to make a record
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                   of their graitfioation in the success of the    positon
                   They were prepared to see an ex[celletpreentation 
                   of the University, but the ExpOsition exceeded their 
                   expectations, not only in the number and variety 
                   of the exhib&ts and in the skill and ingenuity with
                   which they had been-arranged to display the zaany&sided
                   work of .the institution, but also in the splendid 
                   effectiveness and hospitable courtesy with which 
                   visitors were received and instructed concerning 
                   exhibits ° 
                   They oongratulate the Union Board and very especially
                   the genera. chcairman, Lr. I !Orea, and his staff of 
                   co adittee men u;on their capacity for organization 
                   and execution which made the Eposition not only 
                   Possiblelbut a'so a complete suceess from the point 
                   of view of both the University and the public. The 
                   thanks of the University are due to the staff and 
                   to the hundreds of student workers who have eopperated
                   so willingly to accoamplish a task the irmensity of 
                   which is apparent to every visitor. The Regents 
                   wish tQ convey in this brief statement both their 
                   felicitations and their appreciation of the service 
                   thus freely rendered to alraa mater. 
                   Pegent Kohler brought uP the matter of the prop0sed 
         acurse in architecture, The matter was discussed and it was 
't.\Y              VOTED, That Presid'ent Birge and Regent Kohler be 
U&ýav.utIorized- to correspond with the Wisconsin branch of the
         Smurican Institute of ,.rchitect. with reference to the matter.
                   At 12-0:7 the meeting A D 5 O UR M B 
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                      THE UNIVERSITy OF iWISCONSIN 
                  COST O. THE UNIVERSITY PER STUDENT 
          In determining the cost of the University per student, it is 
  obviously necessary to define just what is to be included, as the 
  University receives money from many sources, as shown in its record 
  of receipts, and engages in many activities other than those of 
  instruction. For example, during the fiscal year 1919-20 approxi- 
  mately 48j- of the receipts came from other sources than the state 
  and only 52%-of ;he total receipts came from the state, this being 
  the lowest state percentage in the last decade, the highest occurring 
  in 1912-13, when the receipts from the state represented 72% of 
  the total. 
         A student cost analysis-in an institution with many diverse 
 activities is neceosaril complicated, nevertheless certain well 
 defined. limits of cost may be found, and. in the following discussion 
 the gross cost and. net cost to the state only will be considered, 
 and this will be reduced to a cost per student. 
                      Total State Contributions 
         The state's first contribution.to the Univeersity occurred 
during the fiscal year 1867-68, and the grand total of all moneys 
received from the state for all purposes, up to and including 
July 1, 1920, is in round. numbers    8           In this connection 
it is interesting to noto that during practically this same period 
the State of Illinois had contributed. in round numbers $3QO,00000 
for its university.   Of the 28,OOQ,000 given b~y the State of Wisconsi..-
over four and. three-ouarter million dollars were expended. for land. 
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  and new buildings, although the present inventory value of..land, 
  buildings, and personal property owned by the state at its Uni- 
  versity is over eight and a half million dollars. It will be re- 
  called that the original foundation of the University was based on 
  grants of the federal government, and from this income the land was 
  secured and the original buildings were built, while the agricultural 
  campus was given by Dane County. 
           The first specific appropriation of the state for an 
 activity not connected with instruction of students at Madison is 
 the Farmers' Institute appropriation, which started in 1885-86 wvith 
 $5,000. This was increased shortly to $12,000 per year, and. in 1912 
 to j20,000 per year. A total of over half a million dollars has 
 been expended in appropriations for Farmers' Institutes,  Over one 
 and three- quarter million has been spent from specific appropriations 
 for University Extension; over $150,000 for County Agricultural 
 Representatives  and over "400,000Q for Agricultural Extension,   The
 total expenditures of state funds for activities not associated with 
 the instruction of students at Madison is more than $3,000,000, 
          This means in round numbers $201000,000 spent by the state 
 for operation, maintenancte and ordinary capital, such as books, 
 apparatus and equipment, during the past fifty-three years.of state 
 appropriations. 
                     Total Students Registered 
         In considering the number of students registered for in- 
struction at Madison, the catalogue gives the enrollment of students 
in regular two-semester courses, and. in addition to this it is 


 
..-ecessary to include students who come for short courses approximating
 .ourteen weeks, or 40" of the two-semester year, and summer session
students who are in attendance for six weeks, or one-sixth of thn- 
regular two-semest er year. 
          If the enrollment of regular two-semester students is taken, 
nd.d to this is added 40% of the short course, and one-sixth of the 
summer session enrollment, we have a total equivalent of students 
registered for an academic year of two semesters, which in round. 
numbers is 108,000 durihg the fifty-three years of state appropriations3
   Gross Contributions of State Divided by Students at Madison 
           If the total contributions of the staýte for all purposes
whatsoever, including land and buildings, University and Agricultural 
                                        4-   aedvddb         h 
Extension, Farmers' Institutes, etc., etc., are divided by the 
equivalent students xegistered. t-or two-semesters' residence at Madison
during the past fifty-three years, the average will be found to be 
$257.50 per student per year.; for the last twenty years it averages 
$282 per student, for the last ten years $314, for the last five 
years $308,' and for the last two years $287. 
           In estimating the present year the receipt of 1480,000 
 from soldier bonus instruction for two years~should be included with 
 state receipts, and the necessary appropriation of $207,000 which wile 
 be required because of the failure to give income at the special 
 session tokneet the appropriation passed. at that time, and. also an 
 estimate of 3Q0,000 for land. and. new buildings, although this will 
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 July 1, 1921.  It is only by including these items for 1920-21 and 
 assuming that the requests of the University for the coming biennium 
 are granted, with all the land bought and paid for and. '1,200,000 
 a..:ctually spent in 1921-22 and. $1,300,000 in 1922-23 'or new b-.1-_ir.gs,
 ..hat the average gross expenditure for the present year and the coming
 biennium -will average as high as $500 per student registered in 
 residence at Madison. 
           It is obvious, however, that money appropriated for land 
 and new buildings, which remain the property of the state, as well as 
 money appropriated for University Extension, Farmers' Institutes, 
 Agricultural Extension, County Agricultural Representatives, etco 
 should not be included in any analysis of the average _pe.r..capita cost
 of students in attendance at 'Madison when the new buildings were con- 
 structed. North Hall, the oldest University building, was constructed 
 seventy years ago, and is nowu in f irst-class condition, Its first 
 cost should. rot be charged to the students in attendance in 1851, al- 
 though it is fair to charge all expenses for upkeep and renewal to 
 students in attendance, and this has been done in the following 
 analysis: 
      Contributions of State for Operation, Maintenance and 
        Ordinary Capi-tal of University'Divide-d by- Students 
                             At Madison 
           If the total sum given by the state for the University, ex- 
cluding only money spent for land and. new buildings, and such activ- 
ities not associated with regular instruct ion, as; Farmers' Institutes 
Demonstration. Stations, Hog Cholera Serum, Pharmaceutical Experiment 
Station, County. Agricultural Representatives, Soils, Branch Stations, 
Land Clearing, Agricultural Extension, the Hygienic Laboratory and 


 
                                   -5 - 
 University EBtension, is divided by the number registerIed for a full 
 year attendance   it will be found that for the last fifty-three years 
 the average 'is $184 per capita; for the last twenty years $201- for 
 the last t~n years $219; for the last five years $228; and for the 
 last two years $221. 
          The principal direct receipts of the University Fund Income 
 consist of the 3/8 mill tax on property and student fees. The budget 
 is usually planned to have appropriations equal estimated receipts, 
 and if the redeipts are greater than the estimate, this excess is 
 shown in the unappropriated balance of the University Fund Income. 
 During the first four years of the state budget system the unappro- 
 priated balance increased, enabling the University to discontinue 
 borrowing in anticipation of the receipt of the property tax. A 
 reduction in this balance occurred in the fifth year, a slight in- 
 crease in the sixth, and with the unexpectedly large student attend- 
 ance a very considerable increase last year. 
          This year, however, because of a lack of income, the balance 
will be practically exhausted, and the University has again been com- 
pelled to borrow money in anticipation of the property tax receipt. 
However, the requests for income for the coming biennium, if allowed, 
17iiL permit of again building up the balance. Because of this shift- 
ing in the. finances the best comparison can be obtained by taking the 
  fiv yasprceding July 1, 1~918, and the five years following, which 
include the coming biennium. 
         Fer thefive y,,ears preceding the war, 1913-14 to 1917-18 
inclusive, the average cost to the state for operation, maintenance 
and ordinary capital is .$234 per student per year, and for the five 


 
                                  - 6 - 
succeeding years, 1918-19 to and including the coming biennium 
"1921-23, the average will approximate _292, an increase of 25%,v wnich
is certainly not excessive in the light-of increasing costs during 
this period. 
         This emphasizes the fact that although faculty salaries and....
the cost of all supplies,a coal, etc. have increased, still these 
increases have been greater proportionately than the increased. unit 
cost of instruction, which indicates that the effect of large numbers 
is, as might be expected., a reduction in the unit student cost of 
instruction, d iue to a reduction of the unit overhead. costs. 
                     Effect of Nonr-resident Students 
         The discussion so far has dealt with average costs, but in 
considering an established, institution such as the University, it 
is desirable to ascertain the excess cost for each new student when 
students are added in large numbers, or any possible reduction in 
costs, if part of the student body is eliminated. 
         This excess cost for additional students will naturally be 
less than the averag4 cost and in the case of the particular question 
at issue, it is not easy to determine accurately the effect on cost, 
due to the presence of non-resident students, but some comparison may 
be made if ithe increase in faculty staff necessary to meet the 
equivalent ~enrollment of non-resident students is determined. This 
may be d~one by comparing the faculty staff in 1915-16 with that of 
1920-21, when the difference in enrollment was 2125 as compared. with 
2006 non-resident students registered. for the first semester of the 
present year. 


 
         The records show that the teaching staff in the Colleges of 
Letters and Science, Agriculture, Engineering, Law, Medicine and. 
M-usic was increased from 1916-17 to 1920-21 by 26 Professors and. 
15 Associate Professors; a decrease is shown of 4 Assistant Prstqr 
an increase of 3 lecturers, 50 instructors and 28 assistants- w1i ch 
at the present average salaries will represent an increased teaching 
cost amountlagto Q135 per student for these additional students. 
         This estimate represents a maximum, for if there had been 
no increase in students, promotions from rank to rank following the 
established University policy would have resulted in an increased. 
teaching cost per student, and part of the increase in staff in the 
College of Agriculture has been due to increased extension work; but 
ignoring these factors, this comparison would indicate that if all 
non-resident students were exclud-ed, it would not be possible to 
affect a savinFg, as large as 13035 for each student excluded. 
         If to this average of $135 per extra student is added the 
minor expenses of telephones, office supplies, etc., the total will 
be found to approximate 4j$140 per student. That is, it would not be 
possible under present conditions to save in the direct charges for 
teaching costs more than a1140 per non-resident student if the non- 
residdenxt students were excluded. 
         Obviously, the elimination of non-resident students would 
make some slight reductions in the total expendlitures for heat, 
light, water, janitor service, and. general overhead., but it would. 
also be true that the cost per stud~ent in resid~ence for this overhead.
would. be increased. if 2,000 non-resid~ent stud~ents were exclud~ed. from
the University. 


 
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       A study of the average cost per student from specific funds for 
 the divisions of Administration and General   GeneralLibrary, Physical 
 Education   ,lilitary Science and Physical Plant in 1915-16 and 1920-21
 .ndicates an increase from '56 to -85 per student, or an increase of 
 ..)29, about ý!7 of which was due to the increased cost of coal 
Ob- 
 viously the increased cost of coal is largely independent of the 
 .;Abers of students, since only one large building has been added dur- 
 ing this period, while at the same time a portion of the expenses of 
 General Administration should be charged to those activities which are 
 not associated with teaching.  But even if the extreme assumption .is 
 made of a saving in these ovethead costs per student equivalent to 
 one-half of the increased unit cost, this added to the "'140 would
make 
 a total of 4155. 
         This estimate of 9155 as the cost per additional student may 
be compared with the independent estimates given to the special session 
of the le-gis-.'ature in 1919 - of $100 to $120 per capita increased 
teaching cost - due to the presence of additional students as the 
result of the soldier bonus legislation. This estimate was for the 
freshmen year only, and was accompanied by the statement that this 
excess unit cost wiild increase with the second, third and fourth year.>
as the students progressed to the more advanced and more expensive 
instructioil. 
                               Conclusion 
         Some of the difficulties of determining the cost to the state 
due to the presence of non-r~esident students must be evident from 
tnis discussion, but &i fair estimate will approximate $15O per year


 
                                - 9 - 
per non-resident student, which may be compared with the 148 novw 
paid, $124 as non-resident tuition and 024 in the form of incidental 
fees, not fncluding the   6..00 paid to the revolving fund as health 
insurance for the maintenance of the student infirmary. 
          In other words, the average cost per student for the 
operation and maintenance of the University, including ordinary 
capital, for the five years of 1918-19 to I922-23 may be- stated as 
approximately ý,oO, while the excess cost due to the presence of 
non-resident students may be given as approximately 450. 
April 12, 1921. 


 
          SWORAIDUIF ON NON-R.ESIDENT TUITION FEES, Bill No. 462-A 
                             E. A. B7hciE. 
      Bill 462-A-proposes to establish -tn a.nnal tuition fee of 
 $500 for non-resident students at the Univcrsit of Wisconsin. 
      The immediate effect of such a measure, if enacted into law, 
would be; 
          l. To reduce very greatly the number of non-resident 
                students; 
          2. To attract to the University students from a certain 
                limited type of wealthy family. 
     It is not probable that either of these results is definitely 
intended by the bill or desired by the people of the state. 
     A. The stcatc. universities were founded in casequence of grants- 
from the federal government; part of their support comes from the 
nation; and they are cooperating in many ways with the federal 
go-vernment in educational matters.    These facts have givexn the 
state universities from the first a national character and national 
duties, as compared with a strictly local institution.    They have 
everywhere recognized their duty to the nation in many things; 
among these by admitting students from other states, at first on 
the same terms as those from their ovn commonwealth. 
     Besides this duty it has everywhere been recognized as an 
advantage that the youth of any .state, in securing a higher educa-. 
tion, should associate with students from other states.     Such a 
mingling of students drawn from a wider area than the single state 
has not onlyj been of advantage to the individual student but has 


 
                            -2- 
 also helped to develop mutual understan.ding between states and to 
 maintain and increase the nationalspiLit within the state. 
      On these points there has been-substantially no difference 
 of judgment among those who have been familiar with the growth of 
 state universities in size and in influence in the several states 
 and in the nation and especially with their development in the 
 North Central states.. 
      The questions involved in terms of admission and the amount 
 of fees to be paid by non-resident students are, however, numerous 
 and are fair subjects for discussion and adjustment. 
     The essential facts regarding fees at Wisconsin are stated in 
the following paragraphs: 
       B. Non-resident students in regular four-year Courses. 
     1. The percentage of non-resident students attending the 
University of Wisconsin has been very constant for the past ten 
years.     The registrations have numbered from 28 per cent to 
30 per cent of the whole number of regular two-semester students. 
The percentage shows no tendency to increase ot to diminish in 
receht years. 
                           Total number of     Non-reSident 
                           registrations       students. 
       1915-16             5,131               1,482- 
       1916-17             5,318               1,509 
       1917-18             4,286               1,192 
       1918-19             4,1i73 ( exci. SqA.T, C ) ,17 4 
       1919-20            7,294                2,087 
       1920-21            7, 459               2,156. 


 
                              3- 
       2. At present such students p.   fees as follows: 
                Tuition         $124 a-.u  y 
                Incidental        24    " 
                     Total      $148 anznually. 
        The health insurance fed ($6   annually) is not included 
   above, since it is used for operation of the-student infirmary. 
   The other fees go into the university fund income, 
       .The amount of laboratory fees paid by the average student 
   if $20- $25 annually,     These fees are paid only by the students 
   taking laboratory courses, and the amount paid by each laborat-.a 
   ory student is correspondingly larger than the average stated, 
   They constitute.revolving funds for the several laboratories 
   and go to cover cost of chemicals, br'eakage, use of apparatus, 
   etc. 
       3. The non-resident student -at Wisconsin now payd a higher 
  tuition fee than in any other state university.     The annual 
  excess at Wisconsin in the college of letters and science 
  ranges from $40 to $100, as compared with fees in state univer-W 
  sities in the adjacent states. 
       4. The total.fee paid by non-resident students in universi- 
  ties of" adjacent states if $25- $30 larger than that paid. by 
*residents.      At Wisconsino it is $124 larger than the fee for 
resident students.      It is from-$60..to $100 larger than the 
fee a student from an adjacent state would pay at his own state 
univ ersi ty.- 


 
                          4- 
      5. The non-resident fees at -Jisconsin are now 
so high that if the number of non-r, ident students was largely 
reduced, the saving in operating e-.:;emses would not equal the 
loss in income. 
     6. The University of Wisconsin is now the only state uni- 
versity which charges a non-resident tuition fee at all com- 
parable to fees charged by endowed universities. 
     7. In view of these facts any considerable rise in such 
fees will probably cause a net financial loss, since the fees 
are now about as high as the "traffic will bear." 
      C, Non-resident stud.ents in short and summer courses. 
    1. The number of non-residents in short agricultural courses 
is so.-small as to be negligible and their fees are high.     In 
1919-20 there were 7T3 non-residents out of a total of 515. 
    2. The non-residents in summer session are now a little less 
than one-half of the total..    All students in the summer sessiQn 
pay the same fee ($20 in 1920) and the sum received nearly de- 
frays the cost of the session.      The non-resident student con- 
tributed much more than the excess cost occasioned by his pre- 
sence.    The session, considered. merely as an institution for 
Wisconsin students, is both larger and better because of the 
non-resident students and their fees. 


 
BEGULAR IIEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE COIIITTE 
                              1Madison, Wisconsin 
                           ay 27, 1921    2:00 p. m. 
           '.PESETT" Regent. Hammond, Horlick Butler; President Birge,
                     "Business M.,anager Thorke&son, Secretary .cCaffrey.
                     BECOLMiS-DATOIOTS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                              -A gri cul tu-.Le - 
           1. That Harold Stark be appointed technical assistant in 
      agricultural engineering (land clearing), from M.lay 9 to June 30,
      1921; compensation $75 a month and expenses while in the field; 
      to be charged to land clearing funds. 
              Adopted. 
           2. That the compensation of Mrs. Iaude WJilliamson, part-time
      assistant in plant patho2ogyt, be increased from $20 to $40 a month
      "-for May and June, 1921; nincrease to be charged to balance on
sal- 
      aries in plant pathology budget. 
              Adopted. 
           3. That R. B. Streets be appointed assistant in plant pathol-
      ogy (Door County Station), for the months of Lay and June, 1921; 
      compensation  125' a month; to be charged to special appropriation
      for Door County Station. 
              Adopt ed. 
           4. That the basis of compensation for summer service of Pro- 
   Sfessor R. H.. Roberts, iit'ho rti culture. be changed from time creditc,
      to cash and that he be paid $312.50 for the summer of 1920. 
              Adopted. 
           5. That the basis of employment of L. K. Jones, assistant in 
  Splant pathology, be changed from half-time to full-time beginning 
      Mfay 1, 1921, and his salI .ry changed from $75 to $150 a month; his
      salary to be charged to special Door County fund. 
              Adopted. 
           6. That L. F. Graber, associate professor of agronomy, be 
/10( granted leave of absence from Apri± i to the clcse of the year-n
     1920-21, on account of illness.. (it is understood that his w~ork 
     will be taken care of by members of the department.) 
              Adopted. 
         * 7. That Charles Bice be appointed technical assistant in poul-~
   Itry husbandry (foreman of instructional plant), beginning June 22, 
   o1921, at $100 a month; in place of C. E. Lam.pman. 
      y      Adopted. 


 
BEGULAR IIEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE COIIITTE 
                              1Madison, Wisconsin 
                           ay 27, 1921    2:00 p. m. 
           '.PESETT" Regent. Hammond, Horlick Butler; President Birge,
                     "Business M.,anager Thorke&son, Secretary .cCaffrey.
                     BECOLMiS-DATOIOTS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                              -A gri cul tu-.Le - 
           1. That Harold Stark be appointed technical assistant in 
      agricultural engineering (land clearing), from M.lay 9 to June 30,
      1921; compensation $75 a month and expenses while in the field; 
      to be charged to land clearing funds. 
              Adopted. 
           2. That the compensation of Mrs. Iaude WJilliamson, part-time
      assistant in plant patho2ogyt, be increased from $20 to $40 a month
      "-for May and June, 1921; nincrease to be charged to balance on
sal- 
      aries in plant pathology budget. 
              Adopted. 
           3. That R. B. Streets be appointed assistant in plant pathol-
      ogy (Door County Station), for the months of Lay and June, 1921; 
      compensation  125' a month; to be charged to special appropriation
      for Door County Station. 
              Adopt ed. 
           4. That the basis of compensation for summer service of Pro- 
   Sfessor R. H.. Roberts, iit'ho rti culture. be changed from time creditc,
      to cash and that he be paid $312.50 for the summer of 1920. 
              Adopted. 
           5. That the basis of employment of L. K. Jones, assistant in 
  Splant pathology, be changed from half-time to full-time beginning 
      Mfay 1, 1921, and his salI .ry changed from $75 to $150 a month; his
      salary to be charged to special Door County fund. 
              Adopted. 
           6. That L. F. Graber, associate professor of agronomy, be 
/10( granted leave of absence from Apri± i to the clcse of the year-n
     1920-21, on account of illness.. (it is understood that his w~ork 
     will be taken care of by members of the department.) 
              Adopted. 
         * 7. That Charles Bice be appointed technical assistant in poul-~
   Itry husbandry (foreman of instructional plant), beginning June 22, 
   o1921, at $100 a month; in place of C. E. Lam.pman. 
      y      Adopted. 


 
            8, That- 0 E ribson be appointed county agricultural rep- 
       resentative for Vilas C,;.inty, beginning une 15, 1921; C-o nipcnsa-
            t  the- rate of .    eau       payablein twelfths   divided 
       /   as follow-/s:  University, l700; County, $700; in pla'e  f Oscar
       SGunderson,resigned. 
               Adopeted. 
            9. That A. R. Albert be appointed temporary assistant in 
       soils for the month of" Ju:ne, 1921, at a compensation of $175;
j 4   charged to item of TruvcgK Research and Soils, Budget page 201. 
               Adopted. 
                               -Extensi on- 
       >    1. That the resignation of M'rs. Vinifred Carberry, field
  organizer, be accepted to take effect April 1, 1921. 
               Adbpted. 
            2. That the resignation of Robert W. Keyes, field organizer 
 - 514e accepted, to take effect April 9, 1921. 
               Adopt ed. 
            3. That A. J. Beyer be aprpointed instructor in history from
       M1ay 31 to June 27 1921, at a salary of- $140 for the period; 
       charged to 2 AR. 
               Adopted. 
            4. That Arthur E. Swanson be appointed head of the depart- 
       n,-ent of business adnin-stration for one year, beginning July 1,
             at $300 a month with railroad fare and sleeper between 
       Chicago and .adison. 
              Adopted. 
                                  -Library- 
            l  That the resignation of M Iary E. Ferguson, library as- 
       ssistant, be accepted   --o ,ake effect June 1, 1921. 
              AdoptAed. 
            2. That lrelle A. Wolf be appointed library assistant be- 
       ginnin~g June 1, 1923 . at a salary of $1200_  a year;, in place of
    V  .Mary B. Ferguson, resigned. 
              Adopted. 
            3. That B. P. Carman be appointed student assistant in the 
library at the rate of 35 cents an hour, beginning April 1,1921; 
charged to the library budget. -2-    Ad-pted. 


 
-M.Iedi cine- 
               1. That the salary of .Irs. G. E. Linden, half-time labora-
      S, f tory assistant in clinical medicine, be increased from n$35 to
          $!0 a month beginning -ay 1, 1921; increase to be charged to bal-
      ance on salary of Hazel Gray, resigned. 
                  Also, that M:Irs. G. E. Linden be changed from half-time
          to full-time assistant in clinical medicine at a salary of $90
          a month, beginning June 1, combining her own work with that now
       7 done by M."iss Gertrude E. Domke, half-time student assistant,
who 
           ill resign May 31. 
                  Adopted. 
              2. That E. IN. Brunquist be appointed instructor in pharma-
      p cology for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $1,000 per annum, 
)I               Adopted. 
                                    -Physical Ldu cation- 
              I. That Alice Gall be appointed instructor in physical edu-
         cation for the year 1921-22, at a salary of "1,500; in place
of 
         Clara Williams. 
                 Adopted. 
              2. That 11arie Carns, instructor in physical education, be
         appointe' assistant professor of physical education for three 
         years, beginning July 1, 1921, at a salary for the year 1921-22
         of $1,100, giving one-half time service. 
                 Adopted, 
                                         -Research- 
              1. That Mlary L. Shine, research instructor in economics, be
         paid $54.08, the balance of the allotment of $1,000 made to Dr.
         Ely from the University Research Fund, for services during the 
         month of April, 1921. 
                 Adopted. 
                                   -Letters and Science- 
              I. That E. E. Gore, manager of the firm of Barrow1 Wade, 
     /   Guthrie and Company, Chicago, be appointed special lecturer in 
         ccommerce, to give one lecture in M.,Tay, and to be paid an honorarium
         of $25' in lieu of expenses; to be charged to unassigned instruction
                 Adopted. 
              2. That Tuther A. Pflueger,~ instructor in Romance Languages,
       Sbe relieved of part of his work for the remainder of the semester,
       Sbe ginning April 22, and that he receive one-half of his regular
         salary during that period. 
                 Adopted. 


 
              3. That Helen Smith and S. A. Wofsy, assistants in Rsomance
        Languages, be assigned the two classes given up by M."r. .fLueger
        and that they be paid the sum of $85 each for this service; to- 
        tal, $170, to be charged to appropriation for salary of MIr. 
        Pf Pflueger. 
                Adopted. 
             4. That Fritz Bischoff, B. S. (Ch.C.), University of Wiscon-
        sin, 1920, be appointed scholar in phygkcs for the year 192l"221
        in place of Robert B. Brode, resigned. 
qf             Adopted. 
             5. That Dr. John Holland Rose, professor of naval history 
        at Cambridge University, England, be appointed to give an illus-
   <    trated lecture on Mlay 9, and that he be paid an honorarium o
 $50 
        in lieu of expenses; charge to unassigned instruction. 
                Adopted. 
             6, That the following men be appointed student assistants 
        for the course in Chemical M1anufacture for the suo~    f-2,92l,
        beginning June 23, and continuing for a period of six weeks; to 
        be paid 40 cents an hour; charged to 1-L. 
                             0. R. Brunkow 
                             Robert French 
                             Charles M. Jordan 
                             MI. H. Klein 
     so .A. C. Krause 
                             L. B. Parsons 
                             R. 0. Schmidt 
                             Hugh Templeton 
                Adopted. 
            7. That G. R. Schaeffer, advertising manager of Marshall 
       Field and Company, Chicago, be appointed special lecturer in comn-
    . merce, to give one lecture and to receive an honorarium of $20 in 
        ieu of expenses; to-be charged to unassigned instruction. 
               Adopted. 
            8. That Warren Garst, manager of the Garst Store, Coon Rap- 
       ids? Iowa, be appointed special lecturer in commerce, to give one
       lecture and to receive an honorarium of $40 in lieu of expenses; 
       to be charged to unassigned instruction. 
               Adopt ed. 
                                     -L aw- 
            I. That an appropriation of $350 be made to the Law School 
       to cover the expense of printing the fourth number of the Wis- 
       consin Law Review; charged. to ba~lances in Law School budget. /FJ_
-                                                  I 


 
                                   -General-                           2
             1. That M1artin MTandelker, L & S 3, be awarded the prize
of 
        the Wiisconsin M1,enorah Society for .1920-21, amounting to $100,
        for his essay Health Conditions in Palestine. 
                Adopted. 
             2. That the Vilas Prizes'for essays for the year 1920-21 be
        awarded as follows: 
                    Charlotte E, Peabody, First Prize ----- $50 
                        Undergraduate Life and Miusic 
                    Frank D. Crane--------Second Prize.-----.$25 
                       An Apology for Idealism. 
               Adopted. 
       President Birge reported that the 
                               BURGESS LABORATORIES 
  <' , of M{adison had donated to the University, for use in the ore dress-
       ing laboratory, one Deister Concentrating Table and one Deister 
       Slime Classifier.    It was 
               -OTED, That the gift be accepted, and that the President 
       of the University write the Burgess Laboratories expressing the 
       thanks and appreciation of the Regents. 
            The matter of sending a delegate to the conference called by
    ,ýthe U. S. Bureau of Education to meet at Des Moines, Iowa, June
30 
Sto July 1, was left to President Bir eg 
                 RECOTEIENDATIONS OF THE BUSIiIESS MANIAGER 
            1. That the follciwing TRANSFERS be made- 
Adm. & General------$250 
Gen' 1 Library---------75 
Phy.Educati on------g0oo 
Letters & Science--2,500 
                      550o 
                      100 
AgriZculture--------200 
                     450 
                     400 
                     550O 
from Regents' unassigned Capital 
to Admin. Furniture. 
from Off.Sup. to Postage 
  " Ath.Coun.5-C to Gym.Fees 5-B 
  " Bal.Sal.&Wages to Off.Sup. 
  "It It" 1     If" " 1 Tel.& Teleg 
  "0  It  "If It i    Postage 
  " L.C & C to General Supplies 
  " Telephonnes too "      ,, 
  " Heat to General Supplies 
  " Insurance to Uen.   " 
              (continued) 


 
                                   -General-                           2
             1. That M1artin MTandelker, L & S 3, be awarded the prize
of 
        the Wiisconsin M1,enorah Society for .1920-21, amounting to $100,
        for his essay Health Conditions in Palestine. 
                Adopted. 
             2. That the Vilas Prizes'for essays for the year 1920-21 be
        awarded as follows: 
                    Charlotte E, Peabody, First Prize ----- $50 
                        Undergraduate Life and Miusic 
                    Frank D. Crane--------Second Prize.-----.$25 
                       An Apology for Idealism. 
               Adopted. 
       President Birge reported that the 
                               BURGESS LABORATORIES 
  <' , of M{adison had donated to the University, for use in the ore dress-
       ing laboratory, one Deister Concentrating Table and one Deister 
       Slime Classifier.    It was 
               -OTED, That the gift be accepted, and that the President 
       of the University write the Burgess Laboratories expressing the 
       thanks and appreciation of the Regents. 
            The matter of sending a delegate to the conference called by
    ,ýthe U. S. Bureau of Education to meet at Des Moines, Iowa, June
30 
Sto July 1, was left to President Bir eg 
                 RECOTEIENDATIONS OF THE BUSIiIESS MANIAGER 
            1. That the follciwing TRANSFERS be made- 
Adm. & General------$250 
Gen' 1 Library---------75 
Phy.Educati on------g0oo 
Letters & Science--2,500 
                      550o 
                      100 
AgriZculture--------200 
                     450 
                     400 
                     550O 
from Regents' unassigned Capital 
to Admin. Furniture. 
from Off.Sup. to Postage 
  " Ath.Coun.5-C to Gym.Fees 5-B 
  " Bal.Sal.&Wages to Off.Sup. 
  "It It" 1     If" " 1 Tel.& Teleg 
  "0  It  "If It i    Postage 
  " L.C & C to General Supplies 
  " Telephonnes too "      ,, 
  " Heat to General Supplies 
  " Insurance to Uen.   " 
              (continued) 


 
                                   -General-                           2
             1. That M1artin MTandelker, L & S 3, be awarded the prize
of 
        the Wiisconsin M1,enorah Society for .1920-21, amounting to $100,
        for his essay Health Conditions in Palestine. 
                Adopted. 
             2. That the Vilas Prizes'for essays for the year 1920-21 be
        awarded as follows: 
                    Charlotte E, Peabody, First Prize ----- $50 
                        Undergraduate Life and Miusic 
                    Frank D. Crane--------Second Prize.-----.$25 
                       An Apology for Idealism. 
               Adopted. 
       President Birge reported that the 
                               BURGESS LABORATORIES 
  <' , of M{adison had donated to the University, for use in the ore dress-
       ing laboratory, one Deister Concentrating Table and one Deister 
       Slime Classifier.    It was 
               -OTED, That the gift be accepted, and that the President 
       of the University write the Burgess Laboratories expressing the 
       thanks and appreciation of the Regents. 
            The matter of sending a delegate to the conference called by
    ,ýthe U. S. Bureau of Education to meet at Des Moines, Iowa, June
30 
Sto July 1, was left to President Bir eg 
                 RECOTEIENDATIONS OF THE BUSIiIESS MANIAGER 
            1. That the follciwing TRANSFERS be made- 
Adm. & General------$250 
Gen' 1 Library---------75 
Phy.Educati on------g0oo 
Letters & Science--2,500 
                      550o 
                      100 
AgriZculture--------200 
                     450 
                     400 
                     550O 
from Regents' unassigned Capital 
to Admin. Furniture. 
from Off.Sup. to Postage 
  " Ath.Coun.5-C to Gym.Fees 5-B 
  " Bal.Sal.&Wages to Off.Sup. 
  "It It" 1     If" " 1 Tel.& Teleg 
  "0  It  "If It i    Postage 
  " L.C & C to General Supplies 
  " Telephonnes too "      ,, 
  " Heat to General Supplies 
  " Insurance to Uen.   " 
              (continued) 


 
Agriculture ( cont) -...-$800 
                      400 
                      700 
Engineering-          T5,0 
                      150 
Medical School ------- 300 
Hygienic Lab2? --     2.0 
                      225 
                      300 
Adopted. 
from Equip.Repairs to Gen.Supplies 
  " Fellows & Scholars to GeN.Supo 
  " Salaries & Vages to Postage 
     "Printing & Pub. to Of.Sup. 
        "I    It I   tto Travel 
  " Gen.Sup. to Office Supplies 
     "    "   to Tel. & Telegrams 
     Travel to General Supplies 
     Fee ding Stuffs to Gen.Sup. 
  " Travel to General Supplies 
     2. That the contract with the 
             FEDERAL BOARD OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 
for training disabled soldiers be renewed for the fiscal year 
1921-22. 
        Adopted, 
      3. That the exchange of an old Ford touring car for a new 
 dne for use in land clearing work (net cost f.o.b. Bayfield 
 $407.50, chargeable to land clearing appropriation), be approved; 
 and that the approval of the Emergency Board be requested. 
         Adopted, 
      4. That the payment of $29.17 to the MadiSon Club, and $25 
 to the Business Manager for breakfast and dinner for the party of 
 twenty-five University and State officials from Kentucky, who 
 visited the University Mlay 19, be approved. 
         Adopted. 
      5. That a rebate of $15.43 be granted Sarah Cummings, on ac- 
 count of board at Chadbourne Hall. 
        Adopted. 
     6. That the renting of the Stock Pavilion to Mv[asonic Lodge 
No. 5, for June 24, 1921, for $100, be confirmed, 
        Adopted. 
     The Business i',anager presented a letter from Professor J. H. 
M1athews requesting authority to sell manufactured chemicals to 
other universi ties. 
     The request was denied,, 
1-z1 XY 


 
                The Business Manager discussed a wage scale for artisans
in 
          view of the new union scale. 
                The matter was left to the Business lanager with authority
          to act. 
               Professor 5. L. Gillin was permitted to elect cash for sum-
          Mer session'service in 1920, amounting to $510. 
               The Secretary read a communication offering a gift of $1,000
          from an anonymous Lgiver to aid in the expense of leveling the
          track and for other improvements at the 
                                   VOMIEN'S FIELD. 
               It was 
               VOTED, That the gift be accepted and the Secretary instructed
        Oto express the appreciation of the Regents for the gift, 
     4'    o-"- 
               A communication from the Committee on Women's Affairs, re-
          (questing the establishment of a course in general hygiene in the
     Sdepartment of physical education, women, was discussed and re- 
       'Z ferred to the board for action, 
      "       The following payments were authorized from the 
                       UNIVERSITY TRUST FU1MDS INCOLIE- 
         For May, 1921 
         Paul Mgueschke-------Henry Gund Scholarship---------------$ 27.23
         L. Y. Conney--------Hollister Fellowship in Pharmacy-------6.25
         Howard L. Smith-.----Jackson Professorship of Law----------100.00
         John W. Nash--------Pres. Adams Fellowship in History ....57.82
         C. Lemm-M,1arugg---.. .--Pres.AAdams Fellowship in Histo:ry 5..-
7.82 
         J. B. Haley--C. K. Adams Fellowship in Greek.-------54.46 
         Anna T. Kitchel-----..Mary U.. Adams Fellowship in English--  54.46
         For June,1921 
         Paul Lirueschke-------Henry Gund Scholarship-$ 27.27 
         L. Y. Conney--------Hollister Fellowship in Pharmacy------l56.25
         Howard L. Smith-....Jackson Professorship of Law-100.00 
         John XIV. Nash--------Pres. Adams Fellowship in History .....57.87
         C. ILemm-Lrarugg.------ Pres. Adams Fellowship in History% 5....
7.87 
         5. B. Hae   .....C K'; Adams Fellowship in Greek--------54.51 
         Ana ...i.h..---ary U[. A dams FellIow shi p i n En gl ish- - 54.52
                                          7 


 
                The Business Manager discussed a wage scale for artisans
in 
          view of the new union scale. 
                The matter was left to the Business lanager with authority
          to act. 
               Professor 5. L. Gillin was permitted to elect cash for sum-
          Mer session'service in 1920, amounting to $510. 
               The Secretary read a communication offering a gift of $1,000
          from an anonymous Lgiver to aid in the expense of leveling the
          track and for other improvements at the 
                                   VOMIEN'S FIELD. 
               It was 
               VOTED, That the gift be accepted and the Secretary instructed
        Oto express the appreciation of the Regents for the gift, 
     4'    o-"- 
               A communication from the Committee on Women's Affairs, re-
          (questing the establishment of a course in general hygiene in the
     Sdepartment of physical education, women, was discussed and re- 
       'Z ferred to the board for action, 
      "       The following payments were authorized from the 
                       UNIVERSITY TRUST FU1MDS INCOLIE- 
         For May, 1921 
         Paul Mgueschke-------Henry Gund Scholarship---------------$ 27.23
         L. Y. Conney--------Hollister Fellowship in Pharmacy-------6.25
         Howard L. Smith-.----Jackson Professorship of Law----------100.00
         John W. Nash--------Pres. Adams Fellowship in History ....57.82
         C. Lemm-M,1arugg---.. .--Pres.AAdams Fellowship in Histo:ry 5..-
7.82 
         J. B. Haley--C. K. Adams Fellowship in Greek.-------54.46 
         Anna T. Kitchel-----..Mary U.. Adams Fellowship in English--  54.46
         For June,1921 
         Paul Lirueschke-------Henry Gund Scholarship-$ 27.27 
         L. Y. Conney--------Hollister Fellowship in Pharmacy------l56.25
         Howard L. Smith-....Jackson Professorship of Law-100.00 
         John XIV. Nash--------Pres. Adams Fellowship in History .....57.87
         C. ILemm-Lrarugg.------ Pres. Adams Fellowship in History% 5....
7.87 
         5. B. Hae   .....C K'; Adams Fellowship in Greek--------54.51 
         Ana ...i.h..---ary U[. A dams FellIow shi p i n En gl ish- - 54.52
                                          7 


 
                The Business Manager discussed a wage scale for artisans
in 
          view of the new union scale. 
                The matter was left to the Business lanager with authority
          to act. 
               Professor 5. L. Gillin was permitted to elect cash for sum-
          Mer session'service in 1920, amounting to $510. 
               The Secretary read a communication offering a gift of $1,000
          from an anonymous Lgiver to aid in the expense of leveling the
          track and for other improvements at the 
                                   VOMIEN'S FIELD. 
               It was 
               VOTED, That the gift be accepted and the Secretary instructed
        Oto express the appreciation of the Regents for the gift, 
     4'    o-"- 
               A communication from the Committee on Women's Affairs, re-
          (questing the establishment of a course in general hygiene in the
     Sdepartment of physical education, women, was discussed and re- 
       'Z ferred to the board for action, 
      "       The following payments were authorized from the 
                       UNIVERSITY TRUST FU1MDS INCOLIE- 
         For May, 1921 
         Paul Mgueschke-------Henry Gund Scholarship---------------$ 27.23
         L. Y. Conney--------Hollister Fellowship in Pharmacy-------6.25
         Howard L. Smith-.----Jackson Professorship of Law----------100.00
         John W. Nash--------Pres. Adams Fellowship in History ....57.82
         C. Lemm-M,1arugg---.. .--Pres.AAdams Fellowship in Histo:ry 5..-
7.82 
         J. B. Haley--C. K. Adams Fellowship in Greek.-------54.46 
         Anna T. Kitchel-----..Mary U.. Adams Fellowship in English--  54.46
         For June,1921 
         Paul Lirueschke-------Henry Gund Scholarship-$ 27.27 
         L. Y. Conney--------Hollister Fellowship in Pharmacy------l56.25
         Howard L. Smith-....Jackson Professorship of Law-100.00 
         John XIV. Nash--------Pres. Adams Fellowship in History .....57.87
         C. ILemm-Lrarugg.------ Pres. Adams Fellowship in History% 5....
7.87 
         5. B. Hae   .....C K'; Adams Fellowship in Greek--------54.51 
         Ana ...i.h..---ary U[. A dams FellIow shi p i n En gl ish- - 54.52
                                          7 


 
         The following bills, were presented   audited, approved 
&nd ordered paid: 
Mar. 28, 
     31, 
10497 
10498 
10499 
10500 
10501 
10502 
10500 
10504 
10505 
10506 
10507 
10508 
10b09 
105!0 
10512 
10512 
10511 
10514 
1 0515 
10515 
10517 
10518 
10519 
10520 
10521 
10.522 
10523 
10524 
10525 
10523 
10527 
105 28 
" 0529 
10530 
10531 
10552 
10533 
10534 
10555 
10536 
10537 
10538 
10519 
10540 
10541 
10542 
10545 
10544 
10545 
john Kostuck              ScholarbUhip 
Dennison M-fg.'Co.        Tags 
Digestive Ferrm'ents Co.  Chemicals 
Drovers Journal Pub.Co. Subscription. 
Liectr-cal Review Pub.Co.Advertiserflent 
Engineering News-Pecord 
Fair anks, Morse & Co. 
C. Frautschi & Sons 
Graphic Duplicator Co. 
F.P B. IHadlLey   . 
Household Renovtaing Co. 
ionia Pottery Co. 
J. A. James 
Jenkins Bros. 
The Louden MIach.Co. 
The Lunkenheinler Co. 
    I     11 i 
Advrertisilng 
Scale tickets 
EnrVelopes 
Ribbon 
Rabb it 
Rug dusted 
Flower Dots 
Pr ints 
Wedges 
Lachine parts 
Disc guides 
Cocks & valves 
The MlicGowan Co.         Linings 
MIcKay Nursery Co.        Seeds 
d is on Paper C0o.        Bags 
Madison Saddlery Gos      Collars 
Meek Court & Co.          BRabbit crocks 
Mi0orse Chain Co.         Chain & sprocket 
MTVoseiey Book Co.        Almanac 
The   ceckerman Agency    insurance 
ParkeDavis & Co.          Kreso dip 
Parker & Co.-             Book 
Penusyv!ania 04 Co. of V7Is.Oil 
Reirerson's Studio        Prints 
G. Sch irm er             M-Lus ic 
Struck & Irwin Fuel Co' Coal 
E. L: Thorndike           Pamphlets 
Flint Paint& Varnish C.o. Varnish 
janesville Sand &.Gravel CoGravel 
Geo. B. Limbert & Co.     Flanges 
Mioran & Hastings Co.     Lights 
Vim. Powell Co.           Valves 
VJ.B.S6afe & Sons Co.     Sand & strainers 
Bureau of Business Research Book 
Doubleday Page & Co.      Book 
E. P. FDutton & C(o." 
Edison I-ec.Appliance C'o. Oen 
Farm Implement News       Subscription 
Gisholt Mach.Co.          Pai! 
Harcourt Brace &"Co.      Books 
Harvard University %?ress 
Houghton MAifflin Coo.     " 
"The Inst. of Radio thg. Publication 
International Textbcok Co.Books 
100,00 
  2.72. 
  97.00 
  1.75 
  2.72 
  -4.50 
  6.47 
  1,07 
  q60 
  1.15 
  21.60 
  9.60 
  27.06 
  7.34 
  .97 
  22 57 
  3.40 
  3.75 
    9. 
 22.00 
 2.10 
 43.95 
 1.50 
 106.40 
 17.85 
 3.50 
 41.42. 
 3.00 
 1.12 
 11.85 
 36.*00 
 6.90 
 81.75 
 21t 08 
 93.99 
 114.90 
 126.00 
    .50 
    6.20 
    2.54 
 16.80 
 -2.00 
   6.47 
   9.00 
   8.00 
 17.45 
   6.75 
 11.00 


 
10546  Geo. 1. Jones     Books                   15.00 
      ,,047                                       3460 
10547  A. Kroch & Co.       U36 
"10548 The Li:wyer- Co-o-perative Co. Books       5.00 
10549  Lea & ebiger 1L0100 
10550  Little, Bmrwn & Co. Books                 16.80 
10551  John VT a Luce Co.   ,13. 48 
10552  Lyons & Carnahan     ".98 
105 3  The !Miartindale hderc.Agency Subscription    20.60 
10554  C. V. Mosby Medical Book Book              4.05 
10555 5 National Research Council Book            2.17 
10556  H. G. Paul        Book2                    3.10 
10557 IT. A. Phemister Co.  "                    60.00 
10558  Pratt & Whitney Co. Machinery             12.50 
10559  The Public-School Publishing Co.Books      1.25 
10560 Bank of Wis.Acct.of 
        W.G. Pye & Co. *   pparatus              66.57 
10561  The Padio]ogical Pub.Co.SubscripJtion      5.00 
10562 Rai1way  g e        Subbcription            8.00 
10563 Rand Book Store     Books                   2.17 
10564  Ran1 Kc.,-.ay & Co.RMaps                   9,70 
10565  3. A. Roberts-Co.  Steel tubing           69.65 
10566 V. ]B. Saunder's Co. Books                108.00 
10567  Chas. Scribner's Sons "214.63 
10568 R. ]i. Stewart                               o1.25 
10569  The Stirring .Lod  Subscription            2.00 
10570  Taylor Society                             6.75 
10571  D. Van .Tostrand Co. Books                10.50 
10572  Tilkens-lniderson l o.Burettes           25.75 
10573       D. o Li emer  Slide-s                 1.65 
10574  Eas    1,man Kodak Co. of 
          i~cw Jersey     Chemicals               2.38 
10575  Geo. P.01ng1ehard t Zoological su-pplies   4.84 
10576 Fanstoel Products Co.Pepairing a paratus        4.10 
10577  Frank Brow.        Cabbage                  .3.91 
10578  General l1ectric Review Books                .80 
10579  Green County ;'sy1umn Laboratory material  12.00 
10580  Griebel Instrument Co.?etorts             45.00 
10581  Griu.m Book Bindery Paper                  19,85 
10582  F. A. Hildebrand & Sons TZab,-1aerialA15.00 
1 05853 A. H of fman .Frogs                       58,30 
10584  The Howe Scale Co. of Ill. Testers         40.00 
10585  Miorris KaQlean    Cabbage                  6.00 
10586  The Kny-Scheerer Corp.Led0.Apoaratus       59.35 
10587  S.S.Kresgo         S-oons                   1.80 
10588 I A uotte 3eica- Prod.rCo . Chloride_ e10.39 
10589  Leeds & Northrup Co.]ieasurinag instrutments  130.00 
10590  Herman !Lacik      Gr ocer ies             50.61 
10591  Laiso   Pacing C. Iea"~                    29.70 
_1                  lt    o0592 -B .. iieuenfe.t...g 25.00 
10593  Park..oer Brothers ?~epE ring shot gun  10.70 
10594  John VJ Pepper     Le&Ilher lace            4.00 


 
10595 The Bermutit Co.     Folln                      2.20 
10596  The -ho-toart House Lamp & Paper              2!.i80 
10597  Physicians Lab.Sup .Co.Chemicals               4.5 
10598 iLhys~cians Specialty Co.Sphygjxomanometer     14.85 
10599 Precision Thermometer 
         & Instrument Co. Thermoaeteps-              q21.50 
10600 Radio Corporation of 
          A , er ica       Radi otr on                6.50 
10601  The Ronald Press     Subscription              4.00 
10602  Bank of 7vL.s.Acct. of    " 
       Sanger-Shepherd & CoSensitometer               8.40 
10603  Scientific M Tater ials 
           Company         Boat lining                7.15 
16604  Shady Side Poultry 
           Farm             Mice                      9.60 
10605  Special Chemicals Co. hexicals                 1.58 
10606  Spencer Lens Co.     Repair                    6.62 
10607  Solitdorf Llec.Co.   Slides                    1.60 
10608  Vaughan's Shed Store Chemicals                 8:65 
10609 Wi.1i-arxs,Brown & Earle Cover slips            6-0'09 
10610 Wisconsin Brick Co. Br'ick                      7.00 
10631 -1,. E. Diemer        Prints                   10.25 
10612 Hynson,Westcott & 
         Dunn ing           Chemicals                22.95 
10613  Irving-Pitt i1fg.Co. Binder                    6.-10 
10614  Kaplan&sFruit Store Fruit                     11.60 
10616  Lehn & Fink          Drugs                    26.02 
10515  Kleuter & Co.        Fruit                    42.08 
10617 M 1iadison Drug Co.   Fun igators chemicals    14.40 
1001i8    it      " i4 ,,f.llT,            "2        4 0w30 
10619 MVIeinecke & Coo      Brushes                  21.60 
10620 H. A. ., tz Laboratories 'Amnpheres             4.-31 
10621 E. B. eydrowitz       Charts                    2.63 
10622  New York Belting Co. M1atting                 42.00 
10623   Orthopedic. Appliance 
          Comp-any          Leather corset           40.00 
10624 Patent Button Co.     Buckles                   1 24 
10625 Will Ross             I. .O.dsupplies          16.86 
10626  Scanian-Morris Co.    "     "                 13.08 
10627 Henry Schulze         Eggs                      4.80 
10628  Sharp & Smith        Mled.supplies            19.50 
10629  Simon Bros.Co.       Quaker oats               2.60 
10630 Yahr & Langd Drug Co.Chetiicals                75.03 
10631   "4" C College       Paper                    12.00 
10632  Joseph Dixon Crucible Co.Erasers              15.00 
10633 Eimer & Am~end        B ott'es             -.15.68 
10554   Jewell Belt ing Co. Belt ing                  56.00 
10635 Geo. Kraft            Ca..gqn dioxid~e         78.00 
10636 The Linde Air p.rcd.CoeiL',rogen             *.  6.00 
10637 Mvadison Gas U Elec, M~ant" es                   6.25. 
10638 Midland hemi~ca! LabSwet.ping compound.      18.75 
10639 MIohr-Jones Hdwe .Co, Tin    .         16.93 


 
10640 iL.tionai eac Co. Wire Solder 
10641 New York Store      Cork car-et 
10642  Special Ghe±i-icaIs Co.Cheqfiicals 
10643  Standard-Cooper-Bell Co,,Gear & S-par 
10-644 StandarU Paper Co. Paper 
10645 John Steinmetz Sons Rubber t~i-s 
10646  Swords Brothers Co.Lanras 
10647 United States Blue 
         Print Co.        Pencils 
10648  Den*.... i son Ai f tCo.  FiLm bands 
10649 National Case & 
         Carton Co.        Sankerchiefs 
10650 North American Press Sta.tionery 
10651 INecI:er,.an Agency Parcel Dost insurance 
                               books 
Ginn & Co.         Books 
R  G Lee           PareaDhets 
The iPrang* Co.    P aper 
Pr en t i c e-hall BBooks 
T.J.StoverAcct. of 
  Lwawrd Underwood Refund 
1C657 Vi tagra)h 
10658 Vjallt irunn, K i ng &- 
         Co. 
10659 Geo, L. 7T hite2 
10660 School & Community 
         Slide Service 
10661 jennie H. Pitman 
106-62 GLmbel Brothers 
10663 A.ClhcClurg & Go. 
n /I rCA It 
Cards 
R e f un s 
Cases 
Charts 
Tracks 
Co- .Wy lolcLer 
- inder 
Rand L-chTa21-" & C0oo2Tacks 
Lund & Heerstedt Repairs on machinery 
H. 7. Bwer          Oil 
Larson & CIark     Veterinary services 
Lauson Lawton Co, MIachine parts 
-L'. A. hc une      Shoe set & shoes 
F, red 1,ac Laren  Re at.ring machinery 
Scott-Taylor Coo.  Lumber 
17arner Is Drug 8toreDrugs 
The Upham Lbf. Co. A& Winiaows 
Irving-Pitt MIf-.Co.Fillers 
The Fandall Fgichney Serum 
Hall & MdicChesney Balance 
Hanson Lros. Co.    Corn 
Ed. Hoppenyan's 
  Drug Store       Chem i ca-ls 
  ".H. L i gh t y    ramb s 
l.iM.Nelson & Son  Rep.clock 
-elouz e "fC o 
15308 
  5,50 
  2.2 62 
  51. 03 
  16.75 
  9.60 
  57.60 
  42.99 
  23.O00 
  18.00 
  -16,94 
157.50 
12.00 
  2.49 
  84.00 
  4.00 
  26.25 
  1 .88 
  1.50 
146.15 
  2.55 
  .26 
  4.02 
  7.53 
  .43 
  11.60 
  1.00 
  6.00 
  9.75 
  6.00 
  15.85 
  13.56 
  1 .80 
  19.00 
  l9l40 
  5.68 
  5.00 
  38.00 
  4.50 
  8.55 
  1.75 
'I 
10652 
10653 
10654 
10655 
10656 
10665 
10666 
10667 
10668 
10669 
"10670 
10671 
10672 
10673 
10674 
10675 
"10673 
10677 
40678 
10679 
10680 
10681 
"10682 


 
10682 
10683 
10684 
10685 
-10686 
10687 
10688 
10689 
10690 
10691 
Pelouze i4fg.Co.   Milk scales 
Phic-dielhia Farmer s 
L Da-1rymanrnns Co. Bottle washer 
pR. P  - Sansum    Rabbits 
Mansf ield-Caughey 
      "Co.         Butter 
De Longe Stucio    Prints 
Hincher hkfg.Co.   Chairs 
Paw . ngs 1fg.Co.  Poles 
Hoffman Feed Co.   Corn 
Theoo. Koss        Bands 
Merr].1-8oule Sales 
          Corporation     Milk 
10692 /Win. Ohlfs         Seed corn 
10693 Doyon & Rayne Lb .Co.Luxmber 
10694 Farmers' Coopera- 
       tive P-Croduce Co, Feed 
10695 Kaplan's Fruit Store Carrots 
10696 Klueter & Co.       Salt, oatmeal & 
                                  s oa-P 
10697  The liacey Co. 
10698  Louis F. Nafis 
Cards 
Pipettes & test 
   bottles 
10699  L.L,0!ds Seed Co. Seeds 
10700  Prairie State 
       Incubator Co.      H"over 
10701  PW. Rieder         Pigs 
10702 Smart ]vt"itcr Car Co.A uto repairs 
10703  Swift & Coo        Feed 
10704 Underwood Tyrpewriter 
           Co 
10705 Wiedenribeck-bobelin 
           CO. 
10706 Wolff, K ubly & 
           Hirsig Co. 
10707 Democrat Prtg.Co. 
10708  A. B. Dick Co. 
10709 Eau Claire Book 
            & Stat.Co. 
10710 Electrical Supply 
            Co. 
10711  General Biological 
            Su.pply House2 
10712  General Paper & 
            Supply C o. 
10713  General Radio Co. 
10714  Greusel-'.uarfot 
          Electric Co. 
10715 Harloff-Lo.-richE, 
          Else .Co. 
1071i "t 
Adjusting machines 
Bolts, 
Hardware 
Paber & Adv. 
Rollers 
Books 
Bowl & balls 
Lab .mat er ial 
Paper supplies 
VWavemeter & box 
Elecv. supplies 
Pl'1g cut outs 
Tae 
168.00 
25.00 
  8.00 
  19.00 
  2.50 
180.00 
18.70 
115.15 
  1.88 
  17.00 
  2.40 
279.9 
44.00 
  8.75 
136.75 
29.02 
195.00 
41.00 
  8.40 
  22.40 
  4.50 
227.13 
  5.85 
  54.14 
  85.23 
  4.40 
  14.37 
  45 . 
  12.50 
  72.60 
115.36 
246.26 
49.78 
18.65 
73.35 


 
        10717 
        10718 
        10719 
        -017 ,' 9 
        0  , 
        "-L 0-,2 -1 
        10724 
        10725 
        10726 
        i0727 
        10728 
        10729 
        10730 
        10731 
        10752 
        i07"3 
        10734 
        10735 
        1073w 
        10736 
        10738 
        10739 
        4.0740 
        10741 
        10742 
        10743 
Miar.31, 10744 
""-- 3!10745 
        10746 
        10747 
        S0748 
        '0749 
        10750 
        "~0751 
        10752 
        10753 
        10754 
        10755 
        10756 
        10757 
        !m758 
        !1S59 
        10730 
 e .. D  ..Hai~UC. B ooks 
H ou-gh" on ,if, ffin Co. 
tJoh    ::,:ii!ei)k i.--ic 
  ra-D y abeau     Jarcs U 'cook trucks 
S0,1ie .i        Coock 
lCrCA. r-i_- b o k UT 0 . 
Tbe  E"acmiui1an Cb" 
hIadisor Brass Works b6rushi-ns U frsanes 
Mallinckr odt Che r .iVks .Chernicias 
-a'i.+.- BEro--hers Glass 
hiverok & Co.      Chen.. s uplies 
   u..ue-.r fg.C'o.  ]chine parts 
     V~                S, I --,  
eRT   eer o  Co. . ...ed.su&p1ies 
Vcmi-DeonTyeCo. Pepairing & i-achine 
c bOs on   Co.    aper 
rund' e SQ4f.: pence fg. Co Jt chine parts 
-11 Hi. S-rgent & Co.Chem.supD)ies 
ochaar & Co.      Mh!icrometers pipet" 
Skuldt & Ayen      Groceries 
G.L%00techert c. Co. Books 
Standard Oil  o.   Oil 
University Co-op Co.Books 
Ja'voline Oil o,  Gasoline 
The Western iron 
S'-ores Co.       Hardcrare 
WhitalTatturn_-Co. Hoieos U oot t Les 
Wisconsin Foundry Co.Coke 
Lawkey Cro-,wley Lbr. 
       So.        Lmib e r 
 Cottage Grove 
 Cr eamery Poll1 
 G.L.Gilbert ,Bursar 
 Acctc. C .M.Andrews  Hon ora i iun 
 -.A .Beach       Travel 
 T.L.Brown         Saw blades 
 Capital City .ire 
      Co.          Tires 
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Bernice Dodge 
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  41.20 
  -7.72 
  61.35 
  51.58 
  117.42 
  381.31 
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  75.33 
1231.53 
128.01 
  50.19 
  50.60 
  50.84 
  60.64 
  53.79 
  79.75 
  696.72 
  50.00 
  2.40 
  6.00 
  94.51 
  10.26 
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10762 
10763 
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10755 
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10768 
10769 
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10772 
10773 
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10777 
10778 
10779 
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10781 
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10785 
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10790 
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10792 
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10801 
10802 
10803 
10804, 
10805 
10806 
10807 
108 08 
10809 
10810 
10811 
H. K. Ullsperger 
TB eL, Bewick 
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Acct.Art.Collentine 
Je s I. Ham bl1eton   " 
Elizabeth Mi!ler-,, 
R. A   Moore 
Re id Murr, ay      Hon orar iumn 
Griff ith RJichards Travel 
R. H. Rocerts         ,, 
I .H .S cot t         "I 
Gladys St i11m n,, 
s.L .ZD;.th er 
Ken-nedy :Dairy Co. ice bream, 
Mladison I2acking Co. Meat 
Fred E. chatter    Travel 
J. C .Ste inauer', 
Nashvirl-!e Agric. 
'Normal Institute   Goat 
Jrohl Burr owbr idge 
"3" Lauw'dry 2 
H.A.L2r inxan 
5.? . O'onn~or 
M i1waukeri P cademy 
Chester Allen 
F. A. Aust 
H. T. Avey 
Waldemar Gel!tch 
Harry 3i icks:man 
E. B. Gordon 
Alfred P. Haake 
L. i. lHerr-old 
n. H   Jensen 
Robt. -   Keyes Jr. 
W. C. Mlackey 
S. A. M11arsh 
R. S. Owen 
j. VW. Powell2 
H. E, Pulver 
F. 0. Reed 
W. H. Severns 
L. S. Smith 
Win. Wiedr4ch 
R.C .bIiankinrshm 
IF. J. Gaenslen 
jT. W. BIrann 
J .1, L.nrie 
C. G. Kruse 
L.E. Scott 
Fred Stubley 
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   4.68 
   9.70 
   28.13 
   "31.03 
   27.17 
   21.75 
   4112.20 
   47.59 
   12.26 
   9,35 
   11.59 
   108.00 
   12.13 
   5.45 
   41.40 
   57.85 
   95.25 
   27.55 
   12.52 
   78.12 
   21.34 
   17.06 
   36.63 
   45.67 
   9.40 
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   29.42 
   24.50 
   77.71 
   13.23 
   15.00 
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   29.16 
   19.47 
   11.76 
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101 2; 
10813 
10814 
10815 
10816 
1037 
10818 
10819 
108211 
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10322 
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Apr. 4, 
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10825  Verona Creamery Roll 
10824  First. Nat l. Bank E lectroscope 
"1082-5 Lec-ure Bureau Weekly Pay Roll 
10826  J. i. Spaeth       Lecture 
10827  Linl.:Le-1 Co.     Mvachine parts 
10828  Via-uLer J. Kohler Travel 
1C829  The Arlington Chem.Co.Po1-*en treat 
10850  C. i. & St. P. Co. Demurrage & Freight 
10851 PE.,ldhfcMillan & Bro. Coal 
10852 P.,I. l Dykenia     Travel 
10853  Chas. H' Mills" 
10834  C. 1. Bardeen 
10855  G.L.Gilbert,Lursar, 
       lAcct. of .7ranz Cl mont Lectures 
10856  Peter Lykema       Aduvertisement 
10837  hmlerican Steel & 
         "T/ire Co. ohees ,ires 
10858  advance C-A-mov r"oo.Shoes 
10839  G.L.Gi]bert,Bursar 
       Acct. of T.L.Joues   Travel 
10840  John Dans          Baling Hay 
10841  Bank of Wis.Acctoof 
       T-he Saturday Review Books 
10842 ' . Rubenstyne      Drafting 
10843  Kennedy Dairy Co. Milk 
10844  J. Matthews        Labor 
10845  The Alum inum 
       Cookihg Utensil Co.Dishes 
10846  Skuldt & A yen     Groceries 
10847  GO 1. Ellis        Films 
10848  Simon Bros.Co.     Groceries 
10849 Mansfield-.Caughey Co.Butter & Aleo 
10850 Henry .JcUulze      Eggs 
10851-G. U. Ellis         Films 
10852  University Enployes  Store Gold Dust 
10855  J.i.Powe"._        Travel 
10854 W.T.Wines           htarking assign-men 
10855  G.F.Daggett 
10856    V1B.Vrumbaugh       " 
10857 Mrs. Robert Snaddon Lecture fee 
10853 Winifred Carberry   Travel 
10859 Mrs. J. J. Quan     Rent 
10860  J. B. Read         Travel 
10861 Rothacker Film 
         Mfg.Co.          Films 
10862  Guy C. Y iertz     Travel 
-. 
-8- 
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3216.37 
  10.55 
  40.50 
  54.00 
  6.80 
  15.85 
  17.50 
  14.op 
  515.00 
  7.0 
  257.05 
  659.44 
  102.40 
1201.89 
  75.00 
1682.50 
266.15 
  37.50 
3225.42 
6168.85 
   2.64 
   1.34 
   18.36 
 200.00 
 42.25 
 727.77 
   9.00 
   76.84 
   8.00 
     .65 
  1-4.75 
  26.15 
  50.00 
  25.25 
  49.56 
  207.60 
  96.56 
  55.58 
    7.50 
  290.86 
  24.00 
  26.95 
  50.62 
    9.75 
    4.15 
    20.00 
    41.57 
    35.00 
    57.88 
  415.40 
30.16 


 
108-63 
10864 
108-65 
10866 
10367 
10868 
10869 
10870 
10871 
10872 
10873 
10874 
10875 
10876 
10877 
10878 
0S788 
10879 
10881 
10882 
10883 
10884 
10885 
10886 
10887 
10888 
10889 
10890 
10891 
10892 
10893 
10894 
10895 
10896 
10897 
10898 
10890 
10900 
10901 
10902 
10905 
10904 
1090.5 
10906 
10907 
10908 
10909 
Chicago Fire Brick Co.Clay 
Conklin & Sons Co.2 Ice 
Dennison IM'fg.Co. Labels 
The Diapason       Subscripotion 
Henry A. Dreer     Seeds 
The Elliott Co.    Ink 
        " "        LdtIt e r s 
The Farm Journal   Directory 
Flink-Smith & Co. Bag 
Ph.Gross Hdwe.& 6upply Co. 
The Heinn Co.      Office supplies 
Edgar B. Gordon    Travel 
h. n. AnUer s orn 
B. B1an1cinship    Lecture 
G. .Pasinus sen     Travel 
G .L.GilbertBursar 
Acct.of J.G.Milward 
G.L. GilbertBursar 
Acct.oo Elizabeth Ikiler rTravel 
W .1.Morgan         Tanning . ai9 1 
W .F .-runs         Pig 
S.M.reming         IRent 
G .LC Gilbert,Bursar 
Acc t.-of J.C¢kM ilward Travel 
Defnet & Jagerson 
Supply C0o"         bhavings 
Elgiin Butter Tub Co.Butter tubs 
Chase & 5on         Feed 
August Hildebrandt Pigs 
G.L. GilbertBursar 
.cctfJ.f C.-CFiedler Travel 
~i. *J. Connolly & Co. TIýT 
Kennedy Dairy Co.   Milk 
E1,i.Dupont De i'emonurs C'o.vTies 
Gould,,Wells & Blackburrn Groceries 
MansfieldCaughey   Butter & Aleo 
Kennedy Dairy Co. Ice Orean 
The Permutit Co.    Softener & clar 
The Bour 0Co        Coffee 
Simon Bros.Co.      Groceries 
Frank h. Birch      Travel 
Fred J. Hodges 
Eastman Kodak of -,.J.Cheiiicals 
Aodressograph Co' Plates & drawer 
The Axmierican Felt Co.Felt 
Arm otr Fert il izer Wks.Serum 
W. Atlee Burpee Co.    Seeds 
Badger Pharmacy     Roach powder 
VT. F. Belda        Eggs 
Prank 0, Betz Co. A lum 
H. Channon Co.      Hardware machin 
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9.51 
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    I, 
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  21.89 
  *5.O0 
  54.15 
  47.37 
  42.57 
  50.00 
  40w00 
  42.00 
  18.91 
  164.97 
  335.00 
  562.50 
  500.00 
  131.81 
  230.00 
  291.40 
  55.80 
  19 .14 
  371.52 
  223.88 
2055.00 
  31.00 
  40.70 
  33.00 
  -14.53 
  "765.04 
  1.75 
  3.35 
  3.00 
  7.59 
  1.00 
  8.00 
  1.04 
  6.00 
  4.70 
  7.50 
  12.00 
  2.58 
  1.00 
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    1.65 
    9.41 
    1.50 
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10910 Hunterr    o L:     C~ipp"i service 
1091   In          - Yo - - 
            Senrt u.     Ear ta gs 
10912 3. C. Kasse1 1 Co. Engrossing diplomas 
10913 Kleuter & Go.       Towels 
10914  J. H. Kolb         Pensink etc. 
10915  Geo. Kraft         Rental on c..I -nders 
10916  Library Bureau     Boxes 
10917  Geo. B. Limbert & Co.Pipe 
10918  The Lunkbnheimer Co.Gauge cocks 
10919  "                  Pegrinding conpound 
10920 Miadison Blue Print Co.Blue Prints 
10921 V1ad soni Brass Works Plungers 
10922 Madison Kipp Corp. Machine parts 
10923 V. Mviueller & Co.  Forceps 
10924 H-C.Netherwood Prtg.Co.Office eupplies 
10925 -Northwestern Paper 
       Goods Co.          Wrappers 
10926  L.L.Olds Seed Co. Seeds 
10927  0t tawJva Sil ica Co. Sand 
"10928 The Parker Co.     Work orgkanzer 
10929 L. Tewles Seed Co. Clover seed 
10930  State Street Leader Muslin 
10931 Valvoline Oil Co. Gasoline 
10932 Wiedenbeck-Dobelin Co ThJ4,nreJ 
10953  Williams & Wilkins Co.Pepr> cs 
10934  The John C. Winston Co DooK s 
10935  The Barrett Co.    Tarv.Ia 
10936  Harl}off-Loprich Elec.Co.Cabinet 
!,0937 L. Klein & Sons    Painit & Kalsomine 
10938 Allyn & Bacon       Books 
10939  American Dialect 
         Society          Subscription 
10940 Anerican Physical 
         Education Assn. Book 
10941  The Anerican -Rose 
         So ciety         Mlembership fee 
10942  Amer.Type Founders 
         Company     o    Stamps 
10943 Do. Appleton & Co. Books 
10944  The Arch.Book Pub.Co." 
10945 Archives of Psyqchology Books 
10946  Automotive Elec. 
       Service Co. 1oec.Goods 
10947 BakerVoorhis & Co.Lo ok 
10948 Bausch & LoLmb 
       Optical Co.        Levels 
10949 Bureau of Publica- 
       tions-Teachers Co. Look 
10950 
10951 
10952 
The Burrows Lros.Co.Books 
Callaghan L. Co. 
  15.00 
  o .3C 
  5.74 
  11.40 
  2.95 
    "*.00 
    6.50 
  68.66 
  15.10 
  4.lO 
  2.94 
  145.35 
  53.029 
  10.59 
  11.20 
  44.5 
  19.00 
  6.00 
  3.50 
  62.16 
  2.25 
  50.60 
  15.50 
  25.08 
  3.24 
  89.87 
  5.23 
  170.50 
  7.63 
  2.00 
    .50 
  20.71 
  41.82 
  4.00 
  2.20. 
  10.70 
  5.00 
S44.66 
   1.25 
   4.16 
...23.25 
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10953 
10954 
10955 
10 ;5 
10957 
10958 
10959 
10960 
10961 
10962 
10963 
10964 
1h0965 
10966 
10967 
10968 
10969 
10970 
10971 
10972 
1 0975 
Canada Law Book Go.Books 
Canton Art lvietal Co.Transfer cases 
The rCrswel Co.   BooI:s 
f. *. Conr"erse Co. Sectio ns 
E. P. iDutton & -o. Books 
HI l  II   Ii   HI     
Eau Claire book & 
Stationery Co. , 
E£ectical World    Subscription 
C. Prautscni & Jons Tables 
                   UCra se s 
G inn &n  C onmany B o0oks 
H. b  x. Gray Co.  Organ stops 
GriLm Book indery Linding books 
3a-vard College L *b.Piotos 
Harvard Lniversity 
   P r srs'UB 0 it 
   9ress           Look 
BA. Hinrichs       :. Dishes 
Houghton lVMifflin Co.Book 
The Industrial Press Subscription 
The Johns Hopk ins 
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Geo. I. Jones 
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1 09S7-4 Al-ex. Kornhauser C o. Cloth"j,-t, 
10975  The Lawyers Co-op. 
       2ublishing C o.    Dooks 
10976  J. B. LippincoLt Jo. " 
109 7 7 U "       '         ' 
i09 78 Lonxans Green Co. Books 
10979      "      " -       " 
10980 LNational ihys4ical 
       Education Service  Bulletin 
10981 The Nelson Knitting 
          I.Jorks         Swi lmlming suits 
10982\ iew York St'bre    bry Goods 
10G8- 14%,w York Tii±ies  Books 
4098    /- Chi4s. 4criboer's Sons ricture 
10985 G.L.Stechert & Co. Books 
10285 The A4 H. Thomas Co.Tubes 
10c37  The Univ. of Chicago 
          PIress          Books 
10 88 Wieston Blec.Instru@ 
       me-t Co.           Rep-airin gtool 
1089   John W ii ey Sons  Books 
10990   crcEnc .Bn' .De t1 
        ,r.-T of Nebraska  .r--ctor tests 
1099"1 Jd. A'len Ste 
       mf,;aropauy        St- eel 
10992 Armour Soap WTorks  Glycer ine 
1099; _'alter 0. Bahr     Guinea pigs 
1092,4 BAEausch & Lomb 
       Optical Co.        Repairing appa: 
  7.00 
  36,.40 
  9.50 
  23.00- 
  4 36 
  15.34 
197.40 
  5.00 
  12.00 
  16.90 
  9.15 
  1.64 
47*3.50 
  3.70 
  1.35 
  40.44 
  4.17 
  3.00 
  1.25 
  36.50 
  10.00 
  16.87 
  26.88 
  1.46 
  12.13 
  27.56 
  5.59 
  .50 
102.86 
12.30 
  4.50 
  19.6 
  32.85 
  82. 08 
  12.33 
  10.07 
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  62.90 
  37.45 
  84.79 
102.50 
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10995  Se aen nfg.Co.   Terminals diffuse 
1099C 2Flc s. f-, Les'y & Co. Sc~'ews 
10997  ½e 1i    I _iPe Co. oolis 
10998 6 .  o=s1esa & Co.Lish as er 
10999 0Bim~enfel d Locher Coy._' otions 
11000 Brovin ý cha--i fg.o. earoner 
11001  Child i Health Organ- 
       izat"ibon         LPosters 
11002  Coo er Hewitt eLec.Oil burner 
1100L  The Cutier-Hami~er E1ec .Goo s 
11004  Ed. Dbauth       Fabbits 
11005  EberbcEh & Son ro. Sfrials 
11006  Geo. P. LrngleIiardt Cocoons 
11007  The Ceneral 
      BioLogical Supply Chemiicals 
11008  General Llec.Co. ~'- Puleys & motors 
S0 0   The B. F.,o odri-ch 
       ub1er Co. oubber -ooods 
11010  The Farmer LaL.Co. Chemicals 
11 011             , r, :0y 
        1 ._.Houghton &  o. Houghtolard 
11012  Kelley Ty ewriters Lepairing typewriter 
'1105 1 .&.Kr oncke dwe.Co.Hard<,are 
11C14  The Lo-Go -an Co. Gaskets 
1101-5 The S CObermayer Co.T-qols 
11016  The .Thoto'rt -{ou-se iPiates 
11017  Shad,; Side Pioultry 
       Farm1O8 in em Guinea 
11018 State Board of 
± cc ounctancc    LQ- taa c 
Lugene  dc ock    ±ens 
lUnivereit,, of 111 r-1c etins 
David Yhite Co.   Hanm 1vels 
The Will Corporation CoveOr glasses 
Baackhawk Eec;.co.  I2p 
11024 Haswei w'urni tre 
11025 iTational Case. & 
       Carton' Co. 
:1026  The Orthopedic 
       Appl iance Co. 
11027 Will Boss 
11028 iJilson & Co. 
1102,9 Amer.Sheet & Tia 
       Plate Co. 
.1030  Julius indrae & 
       Sons Co. 
11031  J. T. Baker Co, 
11032 Baker Pa-per Co. 
11033 
11034 Burgess Batteiy C 
11035  Central E-ec.aCo. 
  056  Cicago C.ass 
       Products Co. 
11037  The Chicago S.rnj- 
       tary Rag Co. 
Co .Teables 
  I-apL in s 
  Brace 
  Mied. su-ie 
    AMe(1.s u.i , eie 
  Oil 
  Steel s-Lde to 
  E - ectricaJ go.os 
  ,hem ica s 
  Exaam books 
   aper 
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  EeCt-ricaU goods 
  Glass Joints 
  Flour bags 
-12-. 
  3.31 
  2..05 
  2.40 
100.00 
49.29 
  3.68 
  44..55 
  5.63 
  4.50 
  1.61 
  3.08 
  15.90 
  32.76 
  '1 
  20.19 
  :0.95 
  2.50 
  2.20 
  .50 
  2o-C 
  7T852 
  3.32 
  10.80 
  8.00 
  72.50 
  7.50 
  16.96 
  12.14 
  8.o00 
  6.40 
  27.00 
  32.00 
  22,.85 
  32.50 
S0 4.41 
37..13 
69.*45 
415.00 
204.31 
77.60 
45.68 
45.76 
11019 
U020 
11021 
"11022 
11023 


 
11038 
11039.. 
l1040 
11041 
11042 
11045 
11044 
1104-5 
"11046 
11047 
11048 
11049 
11050 
11051 
11052 
11065 
11054 
11055 
11056 
11057 WallbrunnKling & Co. 
11058 luestern Electric Co. 
11 
11 
11060 Wi kensncderson Co. 
11061 Woelz Brothers 
11062 The ThomrIas'Wrigley Co. 
11063 Eugene -ietzgen "o. 
.1064 H06 n ter 9nress bureau 
11065 ATaerican look Co. 
11066 Rudolph' Burger 
11067 Democrat Print ing Co. 
11068  Capital M1erchandise Co. 
11069 Funk & WVagnalls Co. 
11070  G inn  Co00 
11071 Arthur L. Harry 
11072  G   N-lational Community 
       Center Assoc. 
11073 Dennison(s Photo & 
       Frazie chop 
11074  C.A.Christensen 
11075  G.L.GilbertoBursar, Acct. 
       of Mildred Hagerty 
11076 Premiei Engraving Co. 
"11077 Dopp & Watson 
11078  Underwoord T-ewr-iter Co. 
11079 Aixer.Shorthorn Breederst 
       Ass oc iatti on 
"1ll080 D. H. Burrell ArCo. 
1" 081 City of Miadison 
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Musl1 in 
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Books 
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D.iaaondr Ink Co.          St ickine & glue 
E.i.i)uZor/t le Iernours & Co.Pyralin 
%  e   ccik Co. 0Pad! ocks 
L-r-iLer & .- rend         Bottles 
eiera:_ Narel Stores Co.    utrrpentine 
Heath & Mi1ligan Lkfg.Co.  Paint 
Meco nvelo-e Co.          Lr-ve-1opes 
Imperial Methods Company   Guices 
K]euter & Co.              Salt 
Samuel Lewis               Miops 
The Biii-aukee Brush Mfg.Co.Brushes 
Mohr-JoJ n e S Hidwe.Co.   Hardware 
J. 1  PVetley Co.          Rubber stoppers 
E. '. Sargent & Co.        Flasks 
The Sherwin-Willir1 S Co.  Paint 
6iekert & Baum Stationery Co.Office SUpP. 
Siplex Wire L-Cable Co.    Cord & w.ire 
Swords Bros.Co.            LoricatebL 
101.50 
  27.72 
  37.16 
  61.O00 
  34.20 
  1.55 
a e)45 .00 
   9.33 
 * 4.00 
34 
14.50 
27.00 
9.34 
8.00 
Maembership dues 1.00 
Photos 
Beans 
Travel 
Zinc plate 
Stove pi-pe 
P ental. of 
typewr iter 
Peacordinug 
h hernoril e t er 
Hydrant repairs 
8.00 
7.00 
44.13 
5.61 
3.25 
4.00 
28.50 
62.50 
2.25 
40.50 
  ?'.50 
  5%2.78 
  ,63.32 
  61.57 
  18.00 
104.47 
11 .10 
  7.60 
  81.00 
  16.'26 
  48.66 
  60.44 
  15.76 
  15.00 
  .38.26 
  41.12 
117.00 
18.00 
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The Creaniery Package Co.  cheese bandages 25.20 
Ed. Damiuth                Rabbits           7.50 
M. H.,Pa-irchid & Brother Washing powder  31.75 
Louis A. 0-effert          Harness         105.00 
Hess VTarmrirng & Ventilating Co.Chemical 
11082 
11083 
11084 
11085 
11086 
11087 
11088 
11089 
11090 
11091 
11092 
11093 
11094 
-Il_ 0Q95 
11096 
11098 
11099 
11100 
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11102  The Lord Bros. Co.          etb 
11103  Oscar Payer Lacking Co. . ieat 
11104 AL-. 1ole                   ..res & pigeons 
11105  The Journal of Infectious 
       Diseases                   T epr its 
11106  Gurney ?efrigerator Co.    -'efrigerat or 
11107  The VIestern Iron Store Co.,achine parts 
11108  C. V1. Anderson            Rep.clocks 
11109  Julius -ndrae & Sons Co.   Electrical° sup. 
11110  Chas. H. Besly & Co0 M0lvachine parts 
11111  Frank S. Betz Co.          Ided. supplies 
11112  Burdick & Murray Co.       Dry Goods 
11113     it,                        I  ,, 
                                     2 
11114     B. Buser                Groceries 
11115  The IPhilip Carey Co.      Cement 
11116  Castle & Doyle             Lime, coal 
                                  & cement 
   t - I,  I 
Central Scientific 19 
Conklin & Sons Co. 
Crane & Co. 
A. B. Dick Co. 
Eugene J-'ietzgen Co. 
Doyon & Rayne Lbr.Co. 
Eau Claire book Co. 
Eimer & Amend 
General P-]aier & suppl:y)- o. 
Plaster 
Pmmp & tester 
   it ff 
Ice & sand 
Iron pipe 
Roller & ink 
Drawing outfit 
Lumber 
-books 
Chemicals 
Envelopes, 
brushes & ink 
  6.90 
  8. 00 
  2.60 
  7.00 
  12.85 
181.50 
42.57 
  .5.00 
  36.48 
231.45 
12.48 
349.91 
14.81 
  5.25 
  44.50 
166.30 
31.50 
113.57 
85.09 
19.75 
71.221 
  2.11 
414.27 
51.54 
288.17 
97.50 
35.15 
162.45 
                           6upDl i es      21.30 
The Lizfkin Rule Co.       PRapes          12.18 
National Teaa Co.          Butter tubtu    ,O0.00 
Northwestern iurniture Co.,Jsettee         46.31 
Novak Poultry Farm         Cockerel        10.00 
The Outlet Store           Dry Goods        5.50 
NI. A. Basldussen          Chicken          2.50 
Wisconsin State Journal    Advertiseveent     .90 
E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Co.Rheosta,'       7.65 
Oalter Campbell            Eegister Repairs)2115 
Ke1ley-Neckerman  o. fBelts2                1.80 
Otis Elevator Co.          Electrical 
                           repairs         17.80 
Remington Typewriter Co.   lachine         89.10 
Westinghouse Blec. 1If.*o0. Motor         158.00 
The Anglers Co. ats                         6.25 
Morris Kaplan              FrutiI & 
11117 
11119 
11120 
11121 
11122 
11123 
11124 
11125 
11126 
11127 
11128 


 
11129 
11130 
11131 
11132 
General Pcaper & Sup.Co. 
Hoffman Feed Co. 
indu trioeal l ea:iae ent 
Johns on zService Co. 
Office sup. 
Flour & Hay 
Books 
       1153Kuf f ee     oodiaph2ram 
             1L 6,.-EDsserC o . o1' N..Plainm eter 
!ID34  Library -bureau            Cases 
11135  J.B.Lippinc ott Co.       -ooks 
11136  The Iacmia, an Co. (Chica 0o Curr-iculum 
11137  The Li'acmillan Co.(Nevi York)IB0oks 
11138  Mautz Lros.                Oil & glass 
11139  Louis F.  afis            Tresters & divi 
                                 dividers 
11140  H.C.iTetherwood Printing Co. Office supplies 
  Si 1 Ior t o , C o                          e 
114 -,rton Company               Th hinib !es & 
                                  cruc ibles 
11142  L.L.Oids Seed Co. 
11143 
S11145 
  4.4 
11146 
11147 
1i148 
11149 
The Ottawa Silica Co. 
Pundle-Spence -fg.Co. 
Stancdard Oil Co. 
University Coo-p CO. 
H . 1-, t Co. 
H. W . 'ilsson Co. 
iiconsiinr -2oundry & 
Seeds & chick 
5: oun ita ins 
Sand 
Lachine parts 
0il 
Books 
o overs 
Books 
       Lachine Co.                Jiachine par ts 
11150    oIof Kubly & Hirsig Co.  Hardare 
  1151 Yahr & Lange Lr-i Co.      Che'icaIs 
11152  Cottage Grove Oreacuer- Roll 
11153  Cottage Grove Cre anery Pol] 
±1154  University Cre-Liery Pay Roll 
11155  West MId idd1Leton Cre.&merv Pay Poll 
11156 Madison Gas & 8Eec.Co.     Electricity 
11157 7 ank of Wisconsin, #cct. of 
                   G.C.Fiske     Boman c oins 
11158  Bank of Wisconsin, .x cot. of 
       The C-oitato Promoters Per 
       Gli Studi Italianxi Di 
       Papirologia L LDi Lgittoloia Subscripion 
11159  John Gentzen              Glass plates 
11160  Ernest J. Stoeber         Milk 
2 1 1         "     ,, 
11162 
11163 
11164 
11165 
11166 
1167 
11168 
11169 
11170 
Wisconsi.n Telephone Co. 
La Crosse Theatres Co. 
The Milw.rE"ec.Ry. & Lt.Co. 
  1. 1 ,. & S to.0  1  .  -.o Co. 
C. &   .NBRy.Co. 
Fred Jones 
L.b.Gilbert 
Illinois Central Ry.Co. 
iLadison Gas & (-lectric Co 
11171 G.L.Gilbert,Bursar 
mb-1 r. 
Tel7ephone 
Rent 
St eazi & 
Ll ectricity 
Fr eight 
T re i ght 
Sleigh repairs 
Contract 
Freight 
Gas & 
E-ectriciy 
Postage 
r 
44 
32 
21 
Apr. 6, 
Apr .7, 
"   8, 
" 12, 
34.44 
17 95 
±7.14 
39.73 
53.68 
30.087 
40.56 
90.98 
88.33 
  2.28 
  73.63 
  18.80 
  11.74 
  36.83 
  21.25 
  12.29 
118.44 
12.05 
  5.21 
  4.50 
  "17. 96 
  33.64 
  32.88 
504.25 
L51.73 
7 53.5 0 
36.!2 
  4.20 
36.20 
89.00 
46. 00 
67.70 
14.85 
33.47 
35.00 
).45.2l 
12.28 
16.87 
25.50 
1!7.00 
14.87 
,77.98 
.47 .10 


 
State Printing 06oard 
  II I 'I      p  s 
Aimer ic~ri Iy Expes Co. 
Pr iting 
xpr e s s 
    it 
11172 
11173 
11174 
1117% 
1117 6 C h I oIV--&uk-e & St P.-,y..Preight 
11177 Chicago & Jorthwestern I y. Freih!t 
11178 G.L.ilb ert,Bursar Acct.of 
           O.G .1hia1de           Travel 
11179  H.L.Russel!                   '1 
11180  P .KI.Hyiand               Tra" c ing 
11181 
11182 
"118i84 
11185 
11186 
11187 
11190 
11191 
11192 
11193 
11194 
11195 
11195 
11197 
71198 
.1199 
ll200 
11201 
11202 
11203 
2 07 
11204 
11205 
11206 
21207 
11208 
-11209 
11210 
"11211 
11212 
11215 
11214 
11216 
11217 
21218 
11219 
schedul.e 
Rabb its 
L~ab. L~ater ia2 
1\,jeat 
Groceries 
Ice Crearm 
A. V. Seagr<-e 
Peter K<lug 
Henry 53ch91Ze 
u -adison 1-ack ing Co 
Cucahy Cash ,arke-c 
Kaplan's Fruit Store 
Kenneday La iry Co. 
M   fnre-ied--Caughey Co. 
Frank Brothers 
KaeLan's Fruit St ore 
CAudJy Cash ,.&arket 
*J. H. Briduean 
   -. Macl: 
Eve-lyn Jei.sen 
Harry I. iiiler 
Yfal ter C    _a~a 
Wilis Wi er 
J& WO, Powell2-I 
R odney VJ.ibeabcock 
T. R. Lc~rory 
j .L .Gi-l1in 
W. H. Kiekhcfer 
J. VJ. Powell 
V~ill s Visler 
L. D. Herrold 
Sarah Katherine Lehman 
Robt. . Keyes Jr. 
/ H. Severns 
W. l. Derthick 
.o A. Anderson 
Winifred Carberr- 
]Mar s hal C. C1raf- 
Harold 1d. Connors 
0. H. Foerster 
Karl PT Hazeiberg 
H. *. Ailbert 
Geoc,; hrigge 
Hw L. oc~iurry 
H-F.. Wilson 
  II 
lion orar iur 
Trage. 
  "ti 
  f 2. 
Apr .13, 
1I 
  C 
B u ter 
Groceriles 
±at 
Travel 
II 
:.rkifng as sign- 
J.L  e 
  merits 
T rave I 
  t! 
miarking assign- 
m entis 
Travel 
  I! 
  VT 
  ,V 
  II 
  II 
  VI 
52-J 72 
387. .85 
,6 a.57 
  5.08 
209 .81 
219.85 
81.C0 
22. 48 
20.00 
1 7.25 
  4.80 
  54.13 
  88.13 
  49.12 
  14.49 
  9.00 
  44.C2 
  29 .O 
  58.41 
  3.2.68 
  9.76 
  38.48 
  90.00 
  77.25 
  44.82 
  90.00 
  25.50 
  .-5.54 
  50.30 
  9.70 
  S8 038 
  31.24 
  6.75 
  5 4.59 
  12.14 
  17.56 
  1.6. 89 
  S.95 
  69.19 
26.87 
67.00 
23.97 
97.99 
23.68 
113.66 
22.85 


 
       11220 
       U 222 
       11225 
       11 224 
         -22 
         11228 
         11229 
         11250 
         11251. 
         11252 
         112 23 
 pr 12, -12'4 
        11255 
        11236 
        11237 
" 13, 11238 
        11239 
        11240 
        11541 
        11242 
        -1243 
        11244 
        11245 
        11246 
        '1247 
        11248 
Apr.*v15, 11249 
        11250 
        11251 
        11252 
        11253 
        11254 
        11255 
        11256 
        11257 
        11258 
        11259 
        11260 
        11261 
        11262 
        7Z 34' 
        S_ "40 5 
. H. YWright 
0 --orr- s  &  Co. 
Si-arta m0rnance Reserve 
Flueter  Co. 
The £e!i-c,'amian Co. 
Lne Bout Co. 
The Cliocolate Shop 
Kennedy Dairy Co. 
Simon Bros-.Co. 
MIadis on Packing Co. 
Kennedy Dairy Co. 
Prank Brothers 
jacks on Clinic 
B. J. Trawsley 
].clison o--tor Car Co. 
New Rochelle Trusu Co. 
John Crawford 
Lecture Bureau vleekly Pay 
C. iI. O St. Pr. By.Co. 
Madison Gas & ELect.-o. 
David R. Lacey 
h ief oftFinance 
Travel 
Feed 
Ml ov ing TNT 
Groceries 
Yeast 
Tea 
Candy 
Groceries 
Meat 
lce cream 
Groceries 
Mled.Serv. 
bust of 
Prres.Van Hise 
Braces 
Roll 
Freigh t 
Current 
Travel 
Reports of 
                           Survey       1065.20 
 Wisconsin Office Supply House Dictaphones 31.6.35 
 T. C. Houe                Ho,-,s         16.87 
 Cottage Grove Creamery Ro 1            1019.60 
 Verona Crea    plerv Poll               85352 
 Butter & Cheese Scoring Boll             9:0 71 
 Yawkey Cr owley Lbr.Co.   Lumber       2026.51 
Westinghouse Lamp Co.      Bulbs         436.25 
G.L. Gilbert,Bursar Acct. of 
Sipnoria Olivia Eosetti Agresti Honorarium 65.00 
B.-KFaast                  TravQl         28.76 
Robt. F. Griggs            Lecture        75.00 
B. -. Holder.              Travel          1.45 
R. S. Hulbe                  "             3.89 
G.L.Gilbert,Bu.rsar, Acct. of 
C *Ar*.Sith0"                             12.62 
I. d. Tiffany                             33.38 
Whit in g .VWill1 iams    Lecture        75.00 
'. H. VWright2             Travel         50.13 
Edward9 Ste idtmann                        3.32 
F. A. Aust                                17.01 
J. G. bennetL                "            12.06 
-. D-. .DehIAClasses                      1000 
Harry G icks4an            Tra el         70.52 
orn-1ond . K 7.            Lecture fee    25.00 
t                          1- !Ve'-7o7 r e 26.43 
  os e. . .... 41 3..K oE                25.62 
1- 
  25.18 
  220oOO 
  14'.38 
  53.32 
  31.00 
  7.50 
  197 .60 
  81.30 
1984.71 
195.01 
1742.86 
  75.00 
  42.01 
  550.00 
3000.00 
130.00 
1372.49 
1715.59 
2075.65 
  50.00 


 
11266  Evelyn H. Jensen            Travel          26.78 
11267 H. B. Lathrop                  It           129.77 
11268  Miaud ..k Latta               "              6.76 
1i*269 Sam A. ILarsh                 "             68.56 
11270 li. V. 0Sh-a                   "             46.97 
11271 W* H. Severns                                .12.30 
11272 Re. L. Ylise                                  51.63 
11273     "                                        19.52 
11274 Willis Yrisler                 "             11.25 
11275  Chester Allen                              225.08 
11276 Marshall C. Graff                             50.80 
11277  J. Vi. Pov'elI"                             44.10 
11228    . T. Weaver                 "184.81 
11279  Louis iS. Warfield            "              31.30 
11280  J. 1  -. o rann               ,              79.49 
11281  C. S. Ristow                  ,,             42.98 
11282  L. E. Sc'ott                                  9.51 
11283 W. Woodard                     "             12.79 
11284  F. A. Aust                                  13.47 
11235   . L. Bewick "c                              8.79 
11286    L.GilbertBursar, Acct. of 
       A.O.Collentine                I             42.51 
11287 Vera Dixon                                   43.20 
11288  F. R. Gifford2                '              35.03 
11289  J. G. Halpin                                23.56 
11290  K.L. Hatch                     '            13.95 
11 291 John }{ayes                   U             45.14 
1i29- Gladys StiIlm "aY                      13.32 
11294    Y F. Zaffke                "       25.40 
. 129d Elbert " Biailey                            14.80 
11293     S1 S. I :1. 9 Hu1 e                14.02 
11296  Geo. I. Br4.ggs                             54.94 
11297 Milton H. Lutton                               6.31 
11298  T. H. Ca~nmion                              25.31 
11299 W. W. Clark "^                          6.98 
11300 R.    Cuff                                   39.22 
11301  James H. Dance .                              9.45 
11302  B. F. Graber                                40.18 
11303 He. MI. Knipfel                              11.29 
11304  J.   . Wojta                  "13.20 
11305 M .B.Wr ight                   "4 1. 53 
11306  G.L.Gilbert,Bursar, Acct. of 
I                     A.C.Fiedler                  77.88 
113    G.B.uilber+,Bursar, Acct.of 
                      John Sw enenhart "           90.46 
!13)  T. B. Jones                   "I           499.50 
I2L3   G.B.Gilbert, Bursar, Acct. of 
                      A, i. ]ueier  guarantee     50.00 
i1311 G.B.Gilbert,Bursar, Acot. of 
                      Edw in S cb~mi tz lUmp ire fee  10.00 
-18- 


 
Apr.15, 11312 
          11313 
          11314 
          11315 
          11316 
          11317 
          11318 
          11319 
          11320 
          11 321 
          41322 
          11323 
          11324 
          11325 
          11526 
          11527 
          1--1-328 
          11529 
          11330 
          11351 
          11332 
          115333 
          11534 
          11335 
          11373 
          11337 
          11339 
          11340 
          11341 
          11342 
          11343 
          11344 
          11345 
          11346 
          11347 
          113L45 
          A.1346 
          11349 
          11350 
          11351 
          11352 
          11353 
          11354 
          11355 
          11356 
          11357 
          11558 
          11359 
          41360 
          11351 
          "11352 
          11363 
iRaip# Hixon 
Lillian Bissell 
Jessie P. Pose 
Elizabeth Beye 
Gerald F, Finlay 
M[rs.  .J.Brandenburg 
Býssie Bemis 
M'. Bliss 
Gertrude W ickendefI' 
Temperance Johns on 
Fay AicC onkey 
Emerson H, Cole 
Frances Ri. Potter 
Poa Kraft 
James B. Edwards 
aalph l. Harting 
Lela Will iams 
Vans on V* Miller, Jr. 
      P b 
Ralph B. Mde 
Charles Hiken 
TNiyrle A. Gill 
Anne Sill-ar 
Catherine Digney 
.Ardys L. Taylor 
Geo. A, Baliam 
David W,b loodgood3 
Ellen B. Hales 
Geo. H. Martens 
Leah R. Burpee 
Lucile Scheurer 
Geo. K. Finley 
Christel L. Vander Horst 
Harold T. Salvage 
Donald J. Fiedler 
Gordon L. Garvoille 
John A. Pondron 
Harry Clarke 
Helen M, Brown 
Carter Bailey 
John Alexander, Jr. 
Hazel P. Schoenlaub 
Dorothy Wiepking 
Wallace E. MacKinney 
eon -L. Stephens 
Paul H. Rehfeld 
Winfeled B. Aronberg 
L. . Bell 
Herrman C. IRunge 
Miyra Sumpt ion 
Elsi±e Waldr on 
Jul iet ilusbaumn 
Ella K. Lichen 
Refund 
  If 
  It 
  It 
  it 
  ti 
  tl 
  it 
  If 
  It 
  it 
  I! 
  It 
  :i 
  It 
  it 
  it 
  11 - 
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  If 
  It 
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  I! " 
62.00 
C2.00 
62.00 
62.00 
62.00 
62.Q0 
15.40 
1.25 
1.25 
- 1.25 
62.00 
62.00 
62.00 
3.OC 
*3.O00 
61.60 
15.40 
3.00 
30.80 
1-2.00 
6.00 
15.40 
9.00 
30.80 
15.00 
9.00 
3.00 
3.00 
  3.00 
12.00 
12.00 
30.80 
30.80 
  6.00 
  6.00 
  30 .8 
  6.0 C1 
  of ." 
  9.08 
30.80 
30.80 
  3.25 
62.00 
3.300 
15.40 
  3.00 
  50.80 
  30.80 
  30.00 
  25.*00 
  5.00 
  3.00 
  5.00 


 
11364 Miarguerite 0zburr:         Refuncz           6.00d 
A pr. 20, 
11364 
11365 
11366 
11367 
11368 
11369 
11370 
11371 
11372 
11373 
11374 
11375 
11376 
11377 
11378 
11379 
11380 
11381 
11382 
11383 
11384 
11385 
11386 
larguer ite Ozburn 
Bernice Boswell 
Marj orie Severance 
Ina Black 
Lecture Bureau Weekly Pay 
Addressograph Co. 
American Felt Co. 
The Association of Anmer. 
          Unrivers ities 
 Automotive Liec.Serv.Co. 
 B. t. Leith 
 M1adison Brass Works 
 Schwvab Stamp & -Sal Co. 
 Sunshine Rabb itry 
 Turvill Br others 
 W.6.Tyler Co. 
 The United lectr'c Co. 
 Valvoline Oil Co. 
 V/ales Adding MIachine Co. 
 "Waukesha Health Prod.Co. 
 The Výielton Co. 
 H1 If West Co. 
 Yawnrian & mErbe Co. 
 The American Electro- 
 cheiiical Society 
Refund 
  ft 
  it 
0o11 
ink 
Felt 
Annual dues 
Recharging 
Harness parts 
Castings 
Ribbon 
Guinea pigs 
Flowers 
Paper 
Carpeiqt 
renovator 
Oil 
R ibbons 
FlIour 
Lever 
Covers 
cases 
Books 
11387 American Physical Ed.Assoc.S'Al- Books 
11388  The Boston Music Co.       Subscriotion 
11389 The Hanson & Van Winkle Co.Thinner & 
                                  Laxquer 
11390 ladison Battery & Serc.Co. Battery repair 
11391 The MIiami Conservancy 
11392 
11393 
11394 
11395 
11396 
11397 
11398 
11399 
11400 
11401 
11402 
11403 
11404 
11405 
11406 
11407 
         District          Book 
Pussell Sage Foundation' 
G.      The Frank Sheperd Co.Subscription 
G. E, Stechert & Co.       Books 
Teachers College           Slides 
Josephine E. Tilden        Cards 
The Univ. of Chicago Press*Books 
D. Van Nostrand Co. 
A rmour Fertilizer Works2  Serum 
Armstrong Cork & insulation 
            Co.oI 
J. T. Baker Chemical Co.    ( 
Chas. H. Besley & Co. 
0. H. Biglow               I 
John J. Blied & Sons 
R. E. Buser 
4. A. 2. yster             ] 
A. BD. Telton 
Brick splits 
Dher icals 
Jire 
Foach paste 
x brushes 
Boapstones 
3ugar 
Petty purchases 
  it     II 
3i,93 
13,3.3 
11. 56 
  6.86 
881.33 
   .95 
   3.87 
 40.00 
 0.25 
   79.7 
   4.88 
   5.08 
 31.20 
 25.00 
 4.16 
    5 .1 
 50.60 
 1.00 
 7.66 
 2.88 
 1.80 
 18.75 
 2.00 
 1-4.02 
 4.00 
 11.93 
 6.60 
 1.00 
    .71 
  8.00 
  57.30 
  19.20.: 
  60.82 
  9.00 
  23.20 
  1.50 
  11i.63 
    .66 
    .52 
  1 .23 
  1.60 
  1.00 
  S7.87 
  10.'6 
6.00 
-20- 


 
11408 
11409 
11410 
11411 
11412 
11413 
11414 
11415 
11416 
11417 
11418 
L. Ii. Ingersoll 
E. Leitz 
11Madison Kipp Corporation 
Mvarine Biological Lab. 
Merch & Co. 
Midlin & Rosenman 
Moseley Book Co. 
The Peck 6pring Co. 
The Photoart House2 
Jos. T. Ryerson & Son 
Spencer Lens Co, 
11419 Vaughan's Seed Store 
11420 0 JWard's Natural Science 
           Es tab lislhyen t 
11421 Williams & Wilkins Co. 
11422 Arm our & Co. 
11423 Kennedy Dairy Co. 
11424  Kaplan(s Fruit Store 
11425 
'1426 
11427 
11428 
11429 
11430 
11431 
11432 
11433 
1-1434 
11435 
11436 
11437 
11438 
11439 
11440 
11441 
11442 
11443 
11444 
11445 
Petty purchases 
Lenses 
Lubricator 
Specimen 
Chem icals 
Yarn 
Pad 
Spr ings 
Plates 
Steel 
Repairs & 
supplies 
Chem icals 
Boards 
Repr ints 
Chemicals 
]Mi ilk 
Groceries 
Klueter & Co.               Soda 
MAadison Blue Print Co.    Blue Printing 
Scanlan-M orris Co.         Trays 
Yahr & Lange Drug Co.       Chemicals 
Julius Andrae & Sons Co.    Electrical 
                            Suplies. 
Becton, Dickinson & Co.     Thermometers2 
Burgess Battery Co.         Batteries 
Ma-linckrodt Che.ical Works Che1.iicals 
Albert Pick & Co. oMatches 
Rundle-.$, :ence Ifg.Co.    Stops 
Standard Paper Co.          Paper 
C. FS Pease Co.I" 
The Wisconsin State Journal Advertisement 
Do Appleton & Co.           Books 
J.S.M.Gaines                Refund 
Philo Goodrich                 " 
-ibert C. Ludwig 
H. M . Rowe Co.             Bookkeeping 
Cecile Schleis 
Rose E. Titus 
Wallbrunn, Kling & Co. 
11446  Jonathan A. Rawson Jr. 
11447 University Co-op Co& 
11448  Rock Island Plow Co. 
11449 Bartles Oil Co. 
11450 Bowron Murray Co. 
11451 A urora Serum Co. 
11452 The American Clydesdale 
           Association 
11453 Valecia Evaporated Milk 
           C omnpan y 
11454  Kenneday Dairy Co. 
supplies 
Refund 
   It 
Show card 
outfits 
Slides 
Book 
.1iachine par ts 
Oil 
Shipp ing tags 
Serum 
Livestock 
Milk 
Ice Cream 
-21- 
10.06 
1 i-.27 
10.00 
68.09 
  1.70 
  38.78 
  1.00 
  1.50 
  24.01 
  12,82 
108.40 
   .68 
   4.96 
   4.70 
 17.13 
 -19b 91 
 65.46 
 8.1.0 
   .75 
 12.00 
 11.00 
 228.03 
 12.73 
 41.47 
 39.20 
 42.0.0 
 25.66 
 13.20 
 57.84 
 3.99 
 37.50 
 5.00 
 10.00 
 4.00 
 136.26 
 6.00 
 3.25 
 112.50 
 40.00 
 7.50 
 11.52 
 22.23 
 2.50 
 3.00 
 4.00 
 5.00 
 304.-35 


 
11455  ~   ~h ner iiaundry Co. 
11456  C luiet Tea   Coflee Co. 
11457 A ould, Wel:s U Blackburn 
11458  Kennedy Lairy Co. 
11459  Klueter & Co. 
11460 Mransfielcd-Caughey 0O. 
11461  Ed.Aar A. Auurray Co. 
11462  Simon Dros. Co. 
11463 ker .Phys ical Ed .1E 0. 
.41464 C.a * ii n ceL 0on 
11465 LBaner c  :P-ck 
11466  91. bsaKistons Son U Co. 
11467  Fred d1,ielart e & ;.Cca, 
11438 Itiind U iZBody Publication Co 
" 1469 The Prin t Sho2o 
114t70 H. '   hat rratL 
2.1 z171  Sinai_  11 aynard- oo. 
1142, Albert -. Smith 
2147. S;uiner & Cranton 
11474  Thos. E. Wilson U Co. 
11475  Bornstein Eros. 
11476  5. H  LBunell   Co 
14 7   W.,Tes t int ,-hs eie0tr c 
     ,Y  V  ±2% e-rz -ctr ic 
11478 Kau+tz Lros. 
21479 M;a c.I i I faa i  CCo. 
11480  vicGr-Havi-11  B ook Co. 
11481  The iIenmes Phari.acies 
14882  The Potald 9re-s Co. 
11483 Schaar & Co. 
11484  Sharp U Smith 
11485  Standard Oil Co. 
11486  UnIversitv Co o Co. 
1146-7 West Publishing Co. 
11488 WTestern Electric Cc. 
21489 Viedenbeck-Dobe! ir Co_ 
11490  John T "iey & Sons 
11491 W-Ikens-Anderson Co 
11492  Prank I S Letz Co. 
11493  Burdiok &' Lia.rray Co. 
11494 Remuington Typewriter Co. 
11495 L. T¶ewees Seed Co. 
11496 Underw ood T:%rewriter Co 
Iron pads & 
   covers        94.97 
 Tea             45.16 
 Groceries      !16.53 
 ilk            3657.00 
 Sugar           8o00 
   Ueo U buttier 352.20 
   ooach doom    i5.00 
 Groceries       75.*5 
 Books            5.094 
 Vlatch repairing 4.00 
 Bandages        10.95 
 Book             2.80 
 We i-htS       105.00 
.Suubscription    2.00 
Paper            !10.00 
,t ove           24.00 
Bo oks            2.54 
N ovin; 2p ian o 20.00 
Ua esia          1.00 
Basket C. 
fo otbals        10.45 
Leather          12.50 
P eiay            8.40 
Lm:, ir-ou-s Units  12.34 
Glas           14.20 
B]ooks          104.80 
   ti            44.66 
 Drugs           15.55 
 Books           52.50 
 Tvbes & clamps  32.25 
 Hooks & needles  4.41 
 Oil             63.83 
 rooks U 
 Off ice SuwNlies485.14 
 Books & sub- 
 scriptions     2,9,7.25 
 Knobs, Wire 
 U tape          44 ./25 
 machine parts   64.21 
 Books            5.12 
 flam.s & test 
 tubes           59.33 
 Syr inges       13.72 
 dry goods       57.70 
 covers U rep~airs 4.05 
 Clover oeed   120.10 
 P epair s rent 
 U rmachine     1 04.73 


 
11497 Valvoline Oil Co. 
11iG98 VW isoonsin Foundry & 
               iaachine Co.. 
11499 W olffIKubly & Hirsig 
11500 G. W. Voodward 
       11501 
Apr.18, 11502 
       11505 
       11504 
       11505 
       11506 
       11507 
       11508 
       1150e 
Apr .*9, 11510 
Aptr 2111511 
       11512 
       11514 
       11515 
       11516 
       11517 
       1-15218 
       11519 
       11520 
       11521 
       11522 
       11525 
       11524 
       11525 
       11526 
       11527 
       11528 
       11529 
       " 1530 
       -1531 
       l1532 
       11553 
       11534 
       11535 
Yawkey CrovIley Lbr .0C. 
D, E  Mc cilla.n & krother 
Streator Draine Tile  Co. 
Armour Fertilizer Works 
T 
Oil 
Machine parts 
Hardware 
)alt, twine, 
& Oil 
Lunmb er 
Co al 
Per tili zer 
                             & feed       70.32 
                          "Fertilizers     69.46 
i'T s eeqcs 7i Py.Expr.ECo.  Express      1.84 
A er- ican  " .151 65 
VJiscornsin Telephone Co. Telephone      28-17.80 
?ranke-La Budde -ain Co. Feed           1762400 
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll              769,20 
Verona Creamery Roll                      617.19 
Francis Keil & Son        Key blanks        9.71 
Library Bureau            Office supplies   9.75 
Elaon Russell             Rent            50.000 
Taylor Instrument Co.     Repairing receiver 
                                          20.66 
 Rudich Scientific. Ap-,ar.Co.Thermometers 210o.60 
 WV/r. Wiedrich           Travel           22.42 
 F. W. Shockley     "It,27.80 
 Jos.  , Jackson             ,             16.81 
 L. .) Herrold                             '26.59 
 Chester Allen                             62.68 
 Rothacker Film I1fg.C.o. F ilms         228.5.63 
 J. W . P)ox7el1          Travel           38.16 
 J. P. Q0Connor                            5137.08 
 E. e. bening             Light            10.40 
 W, Carl                 Rabbits           16.00 
 Albert he1ontgouI*ery     Laying tile    100.00 
 M. J. Connolly & Co.      Cartriding 
Armour Feirtilizer Works 
Homer Krider 
Chicago, Iviil.& Lake S. 
The Western Union Co. 
G.L.Gilbert, Bursar 
it "  . tI   i 
TNT 
Deertilizer 
Horses 
Te legraam s 
Re funds 
   "2 
State Be ot. of Engineering Professional 
                           services 
11556 The Pa)er Mills Co. 
11553  Oliver Chilled lPow Co. 
A pr.22) 
       11538 
       '11540 
       11541 
A. b. kiexander 
W. H. Basse 
Bernice Dod-l 
F. W. 1uffee 
Paper 
Steel shares 
Le-C t*ur e s 
Travel 
350 .72 
151 *.10 
  79.02 
  175.86 
3258,72 
508.75 
34.25.00 
  63.88 
  710m.00 
  19.61 
  152.20 
  703.07 
  309.40 
  897.81 
  105.30 
  7.32 
  15.00 
    6.16 
 "17.54 
 .15.97 


 
115,42 
11543 
b"t544 
5. G. Fuller 
B. H. Hibbarc 
G.L.Gilbert,K. 
Acct.of L.K..[ 
11545 L, 6. Jones 
11546 L11. L. King 
11547    . H. GoodniE 
11548 E. ]hi. Tiffaný 
11549   Lv lvI. T'iffan3 
11550   J. W. Brann 
11551   W. H. Clark 
11552 E. J. le.wicI 
11553 F. W. e Duffee 
11554 J. G. Halpin 
1155-5 J. W. Hicks 
11556   C. H. imig 
11557   John iJ. ImriE 
11558 E. C. Jacobs 
11559   Sadie A. lCNI, 
11560   N . A. PasmusN 
11561   Fred Stubley 
11562   Peter C. Swan 
11563 H. -. U1'spel 
11564     . A. IUmbrei- 
11565   Ray C. Wa1ke 
11566 F. A. Aust 
115 67   It "   V 
11568   TT L. Bewick 
11569   Gea   M. Brig, 
11570   Earl J. Coop 
11571 Vera Di:cn2 
11572    F. R. Giffo: 
11573 K. L. Hatch 
11574   John b. Haye: 
11575   Geo. C. Hump] 
11576   F. Kleinhein: 
11577 H. L. vfclaurr, 
11578   Griffith Ricl 
11579 ", L. Luther 
11580. J. F. Wojta 
"11581  Geo. amundsom 
"11582" John Sweneha: 
11583  Orpha Teckam 
"-1584 Herman H. Er 
"11385  Frank L. Cla 
11586 W. M. Derthi 
11587    J.JC. Elsam 
11588   Harry G!icksm 
11589   , !. Gordon 
11590 Lucius T. Gou 
1 1591"             " 
1.1592 13cith L. Hoy:t 
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  12.46 
  10.26 
  12.84 
  47.32 
  6.48 
  26.74 
  44.05 
  37.61 
  35.04 
  23.87 
  32.64 
  18,05 
  86.47 
  43.46 
  27.30 
  20.67 
  47.78 
  11.20 
  14.96 
  74.91 
  47.49 
  76.07 
  85.13 
  14.77 
  42.43 
  11.49 
  47.80 
  48.14 
  44.01 
  23.82 
  6.09 
  63.92 
  24.39 
  36.17 
  18.46 
  49.42 
  90.55 
  44. 536 
  77.35 
  49.33 
  17.56 
  20.s00 
101.64 
9.60 
48 .lO 
69.67 
  8.*65 
120.56 
  9.89 
  5.32 


 
11593 
11594 
11595 
11596 
11597 
11598 
11600 
11601 
11602 
Evelyn H. jense>l 
Frank K. King 
   J. . i~hi ps 
J.     Ow P ow ell 
IT. '. Anderson 
Pobert W. Kheyes, Jr. 
R. B. Duncan 
0. H. Foerster 
-L. 3 1Delwich6 
Travel 
   It 
Marking assign- 
   ments 
TrayVel 
It 
  " & Lecture 
  " " General 
  supplies 
Travel 
  &I 
  I, 
  " & Gen.Sup. 
avel 
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if 
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:dents 
avve1 
II 
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Contingent 
Travel 
.of 
Tr 
of 
11603  F. L. ,Musbach 
11604   . H. Scott 
11605  0. R. Zeasrmn 
11606  Gladys ]Leloch4 
11607  G.L.GilbertBursar, Acct. 
            0. G. Vfalde 
11608 LM. 0. V/ithey 
"11609 Grant Iv. Hyde 
11610  S. H. Goodnight 
11-611 P. S. hMcCaffrey 
11612  G.L.GilbertBursar, licct. 
               A. J. Riker 
11613  Alfred P. Haake 
11614 X/alter C.O ]ackey 
11615  G. H. Robbins              Tr 
11616  C. S. Ristow 
11617 Ray C. Vilker 
11618  Sad-e A. ' cI{ulty 
11619 J9 . G. G ilwc L 
11620  G. L. Gil--berturar- , 
       Acct.of J.Gh.Ai2lward 
  E6 Earl J. Cooper 
11622  T. L. Bewick 
ll62"  F. P. Gifford 
11624  Geo. C. Humphrey 
11625 .ai. H. Scott'2 
11626   O.L.Gilbert,Bursar, Acct.of 
         p .E .Vaughan 
11627  H.W.A lbertz 
11628  G.L.Gilbert,Bursar,A cct. of 
             A . Piedler 
          2 .L.Gibert,J Bur sar ,Acct. of 
          i orance r              B' 
11630   u,y Keliton 
11631  G.L.Gilbert,Bursar, Acct. 
             ±jeila 7TbIte 
2133   IE.J.Delwiche 
26.82 
12.73 
19.88 
10.94 
23.03 
3..18 
27.78 
28.22, 
48.34 
46.26 
68.12 
62.65 
64.62 
65.36 
19.6-0 
27.66 
11.86 
42.29 
29.38 
8.85 
86.12 
40.13 
61.20 
9.31 
18.45 
18.27 
6.70 
74.40 
4 4 .I 
25.40 
17.29 
50.88 
11.52 
32.04 
5.89 
39.51 
90.00 
65.00 
99.50~ 
50.78 


 
11633 
11634 
11635 
"11636 
11637 
11638 
11639 
11640 
1I 6 41 
11-642 
11643 
11"64D 
.1646 
"1647) 
11648 
"'Jest LIidcletonr Creamery Poll 
University Creamerry Roll 
Geo. B. Carpenter & Co. 
H. Channon Co. 
Frank TB"os. 
C. Erautscaae L Sons 
Julien 2. riez & Sons 
Fuller & Johnson Mfg.Co. 
General Electric Co. 
G>n brothers 
Grao ic Duplicator Co. 
Hahn-Lackey 
Hayes Pumnp & iPlanter Co. 
Ha tt i e WJakeman 
The. El lott Co. 
Canvas & 
r ope 
Hardware 
Cabbage 
Folders 
Hygr or, eter 
re13a ir 
Engine repair 
Electrical 
sup p1 ies 
Eggs 
Apple trees 
Paper 
Geog. Scales 
Discs 
Painting 
Ink Roller 
11649  H. b.Hobbins Irlsurance Agency insurance 
I16b0 *. & Holstein              Eggs 
ll651   . V. Jones                Animnals 
11-652 e . P. Mv~cKinnis          Soq, beans 
ll653 MLcKay Nursery Co.          i--"ants 
11654 Monm±iouth P1ow F actory   Mlachine parts 
11655  B. E. biniley              Repairing piar 
11656  Ca10EL ghan & Co. -Books 
11657  The Canton  rt :eta   Co. ?ranlsfCer casec 
11658  The Carswell co.           Looks 
11659  C nicaco".., 0  1,ed ical  hook  Co.- s 
1160    J Gi-b Ie Brothers        Lainr & shade 
1661   Hall   lcCrca.r Co.        Books 
11662   &rry H. Holmies             " 
11663  The oienges Pharmacies    Muslin bands 
11664' Bausch & Lomb Op.tical Co. Balsaw 
11665  Southwestern Pub.Co.      Books 
11666 6i . N. Colt                Serv.of model, 
11667  Ed. Damuth                Rabbits 
11668 Emil Dehnert                Guinea pigs 
12666  G. MG Ellis                Films & screei 
11670   1 ier ius Hibma           Turtles 
-117   ZsIositor Varni Co.        Stones2 
21 b 72 General Bio oti 0 ical 
                 Supply House     Ea"r thw orm s 
11673  Ketnedy Dairy Co.          Milk & Toe 
                                   c r e axii 
11674  The Capital Times Co.     Advertising 
24675  Cudahy Cash K ar'et        Meats 
  1176 Ka-LanIs Fr it 5-0ore     Fruits "I 
11677 Kennedy Lairy'Co. 
11678 M'iadison Packing Co. 
  109.77 
  2813.64 
  40.89 
  35.28 
    1.25 
    2.60 
    50.00 
    26.76 
    9.36 
    5.00 
    75.o00 
    10.75 
    *63 
    .40 
    4.00 
    3.00 
    25.00 
    12.00 
    4.50 
    .60 
    4.00 
    4.35 
nos14.92 
   43.75 
s43.20 
   18.00 
   7.62 
   10.41 
   4.80 
     .80 
Is 
  2.'60 
  7.36 
  4.40 
  27.40 
  9.00 
  4.50 
  48.69 
  4.20 
  51.90 
  25.66 
  31. 38 
  19.20 
105.40 
    Vegetables 130.11 
Milk & creamin  85.43 
Mieats           29.82 
-26-. 


 
1 
11679 
11680 
11681 
1682 
11-683 
11684 
11685 
11686 
11687 
11688 
11689 
11690 
11691 
11692 
11693 
11694 
11695 
11696 
11697 
11698 
11699 
!i00 
11701 
11702 
11703 
11704 
11705 
11706  Standard Oil Co. 
1707 A. tetsch Co. 
11708 Farmers' Cooperative 
11709 ITeckerman agency 
1l710 Bour Company 
11711  John  . Colby & Sons 
11712  James Duff 
11713  Geo. H. Doran Co. 
11714 A. P. Felton 
1171 !5 " "    TI 
11716  The Daily Cardinal 
11717 De Longe St-adio 
11718 Ed. Damut'i 
  1171 Castle & Do:e 
11c20  Central Scientific C 
11721 
11722 
11723 
11724 
11725 
Co 
Madison Saddleryv Co. 
Marisf ie I-Cau hey Co. 
John AMcInitcsh Co. 
H e nr. 38c.xiiz e 
Simon iEro0.Co. 
Amer.Sheet & Tin Plate 
Central Electric Co. 
Chica&o Glass Prod.Co. 
Eastman Kodak Co. 
N. K. Fairbank Co. 
John V. Farwel.l Co. 
The B.F.Goodrich Rubber 
Bradner Smith & Co. 
Lkarjorie A. Courtice 
Eugene Dietzgen 'o. 
Henry Evertz 
Famous Players Lanky Co 
   11     I!1    S1I 
Fox Film- Corporation 
Laura M. Sprinob 
John Strecker 
,v E. Weitman 
Edwin F. Zabel 
Ivi. ;. Diemer 
Underwood Typewriter Co 
Pock Sleyster 
IT. I.H Spooner 
   Eyelets 
   Butter 
   Electrodes 
   Gr oc eries 
Co .SteelI 
   Bl ec. supplies 
   Glass tubing 
   Postage 
   Gold dust 
   Bunting         2 
 Co.Pubber 
   Paner1I 
   Refund 
   Drawing sup.    2 
   Refund 
   FiLms 
     II 
   Refund 
     Ti 
     II 
   Slides 
. Typewriters     2 
   Teleohone 
   i-rst alli ing coup- 
      let 
   Gas oline 
   Hotbed sash 
I Peed 
Insurance        2.00 
Coffee          31.00 
Chair repaired   6.75 
Arrors          73.00 
Books            2.02 
Blank cartridges 4.70 
                 *.00 
Ribbons         52.25 
Prints          11.25 
PRabb its        7.50 
C oal. 47.26 
0 . 
Conklin & Sons Co. 
ien ocrat -rJint in- CIo. 
Dennison Xff-gCo. 
Doyon & Rayne Lbr.'o. 
Eau Claire cok & Stat. 
       Co. 
Lab .Thr 
chem icals 
Ice   sand 
E nveIo :3es 
Lab els 
Lumber 
Pensi, stencils 
Paper r br o omu 
255.65 
46.60 
  6.00 
  54.40 
105.41 
823 ..6 
    h.75 
-27- 
1. 45 
3r,,26 
-2.o65 
6.60 
99.80 
20.60 
69.12 
7.67 
  .75 
57.50 
69.01 
31.69 
15.32 
19.00 
26.92 
5.50 
5.7.50 
15.75 
15075 
9.00 
9.00 
7.50 
7.50 
48.60 
45.09 
2.85 
45.00 
12.78 
40.80 
30.78 
11726  H.  . dEwer 


 
eTe>eral eec ric -o.      Elec.Sup 1. 
Genera iper      U %VDIy Co.Paper & lens 
uirS &    p, ore-an;,     Books 
Greusel- 1 r0arfot Elec.Co. Fuses & wire 
  177 -0OZ.o in ery Go. &y-0h et cases 
1-i-. Cro-s lid-neL & dup.8o. Hardware 
KLuter &0oo.              Groceries 
Loose-VYiies Biscuit Co. hiscuit 
hiadison liTotor Car Co.  LT    _earings 
i-,,oseley Book Co.      Booxs & Oflice 
                             su hlies 
          L1737 Aex.S ina iko 
Apr 23 5 11738 I  1a. Sii ey 
        11739 i,loer t ivontg 
        ,. .1740 C. ,. 2t. 
        11741  Shirey Groce 
        11742 L. J. Cooper 
        11743  Kennedy Dairl 
        ,1744  I cadison P1ack: 
        ,1745  Kennedy Dair3 
            1174  Thee "''St( 
        11Y4~t7 A Iford Bros 
        114    C. & Nc[rthw~e 
        11749  C. i. & St. ] 
        l11hO  Lecture Loren 
Apr.23,11751 iraink L V~es 
        !11'/5 2 Hubert HarLa, 
        11753  -ia53dhl n 
        11754  john T. Ledr- 
        11755  J. Ger1d h 
        11756 Erw7in L.  or- 
        11757  L. C. hans-n 
        w1758  beatrce Holi- 
        --L17 59  E dna  J.  I li et 
        11760  Louis V."  L 
        11761  Helen L. Hab 
        11762  John m. iLarv 
        11Z765] GuyI ,. Luhr 
        11764  Geo. E. Gardy 
        11765 Katherine 6t, 
A pr.26,11766 Verona Creai,( 
     " 27,11767 Thos. T, Co 
        11768 R . .S iHu.ce 
        "11769 5. i. .Jres 
        11770 iTeiie Kedzi- 
        11771 3. 1E. LLc EuiLc 
        "1772 2   T  ---tba ci 
        1b77 3. 1-1. -'ohrt 
        _1774 H. V/. Stev<ar" 
        11775 H. eVf. wlSSCe-w 
Corn & chick 
      feed 
ome r y 
:. y .Co7. 
ry Co. 
in Co. 
;y Co. 
cam Laundry 
  3tdll y.'Co. 
P.  Ry.Co. 
J.u Yeekly P:y 
ton 
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t-on 
rk 
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aer 
7 ongz 
,ry Ro!I 
Jones 
be. 
1 
Tuning pianos  150.00 
Laying tile    100.00 
IFre ight or 
Groceries 
Travel 
1ulk 
H eat 
ice Creana 
  /e unryea 
Laundry 
Pie ight 
Preight 
R e 
  T I 
  I! 
  TI 
  II 
Travel 
  TI 
Scoal 
    2057.1 0 
      19.90 
      27.05 
      172.40 
    1401.63 
    162.20 
    1080.59 
    125.78 
    126.58 
    553.03 
    991 .-19 
      20.67 
      30.00 
      15.40 
      15.00 
      15.40 
      3.60 
      "3.00 
      14.00 
      6.00 
      3.00 
      6.00 
      3.00 
      3 * 00 
      15.40- 
      15.40 
      727.67 
      100.000 
      4.74 
      10.23 
      109.95 
      2.10. 
      18.60 
      16 .19 
"14.56 It-"- 
      1.&4.48 
11727 
11728 
11729 
11730 
11732 
11754 
11735 
1173b 
1-35.38 
168.52 
"6E 4'-* 
28.31 
  7.50 
  14.45 
277.-15 
22.53 
   .60 
   3.20 
751.89 
- 28- 


 
        11776 H. oa Wilson              Travel         22.00 
        ".1777 W    B. ridgman            "            26.71 
        11778 E. 3. Gofd on               "              .80 
        11779 Ray C. Waker                             17.*01 
        11780 A.   . Whitsonr                          28.12 
        11781 H. W. Albertz               "14.57 
        "11782 ''?. L. Bewack                          44.16 
        11783 Frederic Cranefield                       5.75 
        11784 Vera Dixon                  "            61.47 
        11785   . R. Gifford              ,,           25.12 
        11786 Edw. J. Gra-al              "            47.94 
        11787  G.L.Gi-bert,BuIsar,Acct.of 
                  Riildred Hagerty                     3 36.37 
        11788  Joh      &. lHay:es        "           102.55 
        11789  Gladys Ivieloche           ,i           45.16 
        1.790 Elizabeth Miller                         779*29 
        '11791 Griffith B ichards         "            20.24 
        11792 2 . H. Roberts                           10.33 
        11793 AK H. Scott                 "            29.20 
        11794  Gladys Sti-an              "59.58 
        11795 B. F. Zaffke                             1 10.90 
        11796  0. R. Zeasman."                         25.43 
        11797 T. H. Campion               ,,46.51 
        11798 }. V. Ryall                              11.20 
        11799 -. 7. Schilling                          10.92 
        11800  5. F. VWojta               "            15.10 
        11601 G.L.Gilbert,ursar,Acct. of               30.34 
                  L .i. Jone s"                                @ 
        11802 G.L.Gilber t,Bursar ,Acct. of 
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  Lecture Bureau Pay Boll 
  C. M. & St. P. By.    Frt. on coal 
Mary k. Brady           Travel 
Albert Mj.ontgcmery     Laying tile 
W.. F. 'ottingham       Trave 
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L. P. ,Gbbairc 
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135.03 
12.86 
  75,39 
  47.50 
  26.53 
  278.10 
  98.55 
  49.65 
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  102.58 
  53.27 
  1,69 
  44.79 
  53.00 
  51.49 
  47.50 
  193.75 
  12.58 
  156.38 
  118.15 
  46.33 
  281.17 
  221.78 
  2.50 
  27.13 
  33.04 
  122.01 
  99.50 
  5.37 
  60.00 
  20.39 
  99.00 
  83.40 
  2.00 
  9.93 
  12.59 
1059.70 
3906.56 
  71.0 38 
  100.00 
  8.36 
  23.36 
  11.06 
  21.96 
  11.87 
  25.O00 
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12242 
12243 
12244 
12245 
1 2246 
12247 
12206 Ed&ard V. Miller 
12207 ]Mrs. Chas. Ii. Mviorris 
12208 Montgolilery Ward & Co. 
12209 Ed'i. Lamuth 
12210 Kennedy Dairy Co. 
12211  Cudahy Cash Miiarket 
12212  Frank Brothers 
12213 Kaplan's Fruit Store 
12214    " 
12215 Kennedy Dairy Co. 
12216 M-adison Packing Co. 
12217 Mansf ie ld-Caughey Co. 
12218  Sinon Bros.Co. 
12219 Ernest J. Stoeber 
12220  Fairbaniks.,Mvorse &.'Co. 
12221 Badger Pharmacy 
12222  Grimm Bookbindery 
12223  Chester Allen 
12224 Rodney W. Babcock 
12225  Frank L. Clapp 
12226 Harold . Connors 
12227 W. B. Davison 
12228  L. wV. Dowling 
12229 Emil A. Mueller 
12230 WIm. H. Dudley 
12231 Peter W. Dvkena 
12232 Ben G. Elliott 
12233  J. L. Gi Lin 
12234 Harry Glieksman 
12235  L.2 5. Herrold 
12236 J.-VJ. Jaclson 
12237 La Crosse Theatres Co. 
12238   J. R. McCrory 
12239   James I. *alott 
12240 Sam A. idarsh 
12241 Harry I. Miller 
The MilwEec.Ry.& Lt.Co.Light 
Mari on 01br ich        Demonstrations 
   jK Powell            Lumber 
VTillis Vjisler         Travel 
W. F. Lorenz 
G.L.GilbertBursar, 
ac t-cf >W,:jTisdale    Travel 
-38-- 
Travel 
Travel 
Oar s 
Pabbitts 
Ice cream 
Meat 
Groceries 
Vege tables 
Groceries 
Milk 
-eat 
Butter 
Groceries 
Milk 
Scale 
Notebooks & 
  pencils 
Envelopes & paper 
Travel 
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  5.90 
  10.80 
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118.75 
147.16 
30.04 
30.71 
189.37 
99* 31 
33.80 
16.90 
80.81 
182.50 
109.76 
109.75 
29.18 
77.60 
65.60 
13.57 
  9.32 
  12.00 
  41.20 
  28.10 
  43.57 
  18.68 
  15.27 
  71.52 
  25.73 
  8.50 
  35.00 
  39.75 
  27.56 
  25.47 
  76.00 
51.34 
  9.00 
  22.52 
  69.19 
  58.35 
  18,52 


 
The Bour Co.             Coffee 
Chase & Sanborn 
Gould, We1is & Blackburn Groceries 
Klueter    Co.* 
Miansfielu-.Oaughey Co.   heese- Butter 
12248 
12249 
12250 
12252 
12253 
"12254 
12255 
12256 
12257 
12258 
12259 
12260 
1.2261 
12262 
"12263 
12264 
12265 
12266 
12267 
12268 
12269 
12270 
12271 
12272 
12273 
12274 
12275 
12276 
12277 
"12278 
"12279 
12280 
"12281 
12282 
12283 
12284 
12285 
12286 
12287 
12288 
12289 
1229 0 
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12292 
12293 
12294 
12295 
  & Alco 
Cheese 
Groce-ri.ees 
Candy 
rTarave-2. 
Guarantee 
Torhwestern University 
Ohio State University     " 
University of Chic .go 
University of M1rinnesota Guarantee 
Illinois Central Railroad Freight 
C. Ri. & St. Paul Ry.Co. Freight 
i    it  H          11  II 
Chicago & Northwestern Ry.Freight 
merican Railway Express Co.Lxpress 
   H!                 H1I                  H 
State Pr intin Board 
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Albert M1ontgomery       TJiling 
The ]t cGowan Coo.       Cas ings 
John B. Hayes            Travel 
University of Chicago    Adverti 
Belle Crowe              Honorar 
Theo. Macklin            Travel 
Madison Gas & ElecCo.    Light & 
G.bL.Gilber tDur sar, 
Acct. of A.O.Ccllentine Travel 
W/ill a  GB                 , 
   Wlad G, Bleyer 
Arnold B. Hall 
Alfred P. Haake, 
Famous Players Lasky Corp.Films 
R. H. Roberts            Travel 
E.D.Holden 
K. L. Hatch                ,, 
G. M. Lriggs               "2 
Earl J. Coo-ocr 
Griffith R-ichards s 
B. F. Zaffke 
H. M. jones,, 
Edw in H. Thomps on         " 
R. T. Glassco 
James Lacey 
sement 
iuPw 
Power 
Reid Murdoch & Co. 
Sijmon Bros.Co. 
rneckemeyer Candy Co. 
G.L. GilbertBursar, 
Acct.of G.SLoYTma 
Notre Darie University 
           .1-r, 
May 11, 
   31.0.0 
   6.96 
   148.15 
   65.50 
   189.00 
   61.54 
   18.65 
   25.60 
   679.34 
 300.00 
 158.96 
 47.46 
 54.69 
 76982 
 20.74 
   . 75 
 387.52 
   5.34 
 145.46 
   7.98 
 451.33 
 5864.13 
 44.78 
1706.95 
  60.16 
  200,00 
  173.30 
  52.91 
  10.00 
  15.00 
  5.49 
  1.52 
  43.33 
  12.06 
  9.43 
  143,29 
  91.50 
  21.61 
  21*63 
  11.37 
  64.79 
  12.95 
  23.88 
  5.07 
  31.90 
  16.17 
  56.83 
  6.15 


 
12296 F. G. Swoboda             Travel 
12297 ". J. Dunnewald 
12298 1 J    Delwiche            " 
12299 F. L. h.1usbach 
12200 G.L.Jiibert,Bursar 
       Acct.,of Johan Swernehart 
12301  Gould, Wells & 3lackburn Co. Groceries 
12302  Teckerneyer Candy Co.  Candy 
12303 Klueter & Co.             Groceries 
12304  The Bour Co.             Coffee 
12305 Loose-Viles Biscuit Co. Badduits 
12306 Teckemeyer Candy Co.      Candy 
12307 Gould, Wells & Blackburn Co.Groceries 
12308  G S Loxrwnan             Travel 
12309  GoL.GilberttBursar, 
       Acct.of? Harold C-:son   Guarantee 
12310 G.L.Gilber+, Acct.of 
             Ed. Schmitz        Umpire 
12311  G.L.Gilbert2-Lursar      Refund 
12312 MViadison Gas & Elec.Co. Gas 
12313  Cottage Grove Crearery Pay Roll 
12314 Lecture Bureau Weekly Pay Roll 
12315 H. B. Hobbins Ins.        Insurancd 
12316 C. MR. & St. P. Ry.Co.  Freight on coal 
12317 D-.E 1,vicc,1',an & Bro.  Coal 
12318 G.L.i-iert,Bufsar, 
       Acct. of J.\'.Brann      Travel 
12319 A.F.Gali stel, 
12320 (Gv.L.Gilbert, ursa-r, 
       Acct. of 0.coMalde 
12321  Chester Allen 
12322 
12323 
i. A. Anderson 
L. J. Brody 
Marking assign- 
  ments 
12324  Frank L. Clapp          Travel 
12325  Harold F. Connors 
12326 \W. O. Derthick 
12327 E. B. Gordon                " 
12328 MOarshall C. Graff          I 
12329  L. * . Herrold            T 
12330  Sam  . Marsh               i 
12331  J. P. 0'Connor             I 
12332 Ray O. Owen                 I 
12333  J. W. ?owell               i 
12334  F. 0. Reed               Classes 
12335  G.  .      rman          Travel 
12336  The Milwo E1ecRy,& LtCo.Heat 
12337 TisconSin Telephone Co.     Telephone 
12338  Walter Kter ray         Hon orar ium 
12339 Hugh L. Greeley          Travel 
12340  G.L.*Gilbert,BursarAcct.of 
            L.YK. Jones          " 
12341  The Palmolive Co.        Soap 
12342 D. W. Reynolds            Taxie servi( 
                           -40- 
May 13, 
"   14, 
   7.*76 
   3.25 
   56.13 
   80.54 
   82.84 
   9.64 
   16.40 
   24.55 
   71.00 
   ,51 
   12.80 
   99.25 
 370.90 
 100.00 
 10.00 
 591.21 
 629.62 
 653.37 
 513.16 
 75.00 
2031.54 
3847.09 
  47.75 
  19.29 
  36.10 
  159.41 
  51.18 
  45.15 
  65.65 
  21.43 
  12.57 
  7.10 
  84.62 
  26.43 
  35.42 
  32.11 
  7.61 
  23.60 
  108.00 
  8.16 
  146.30 
  24.67 
  63..51 
  30.03 
  60.96 
  3.70 
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12343 
12344 
12345 
12346 
12347 
12348 
12349 
12350 
12351 
12352 
"12353 
12354 
12355 
12356 
12357 
12358 
-12359 
,'12360 
. G. Spalding & Eros. Athletic goods 
Swrift & Co.Fertilizer Wks.Fertilizer 
Lh H. Karrer Co.        Medical supplies 
'merican CGenetic Ass'n. Reprints 
D. Ap-oleton & Co.      Books 
The Arlington Chemical- Co.Pol*en sets 
The Beckley-Ralston Co.Chamois skins 
Capital City Wire Co.   Repairing tube 
Chain Belt Co. 'Iachine parts 
H. Channon Co. 
S. A. Co'rtis           Tests 
Daily Cardinal          Advertisement 
Dennison L1fg. Chocago  Tags 
J. H, FiudorfIf & Son   Greenhouse flats 
C. Frautschi & Sons     pamphlet cases 
Garlock Packing Co.     Coils 
Louis A. Geffert        Harness parts 
Gould, Wells & Blackburn 
Co. 
Rolled oats 
12361  Gray Herbarium of 
           Harvard University  Cards 
12362  Co H. Halperin          Cushion 
-12363 Fred Hoblman            Cotton 
12364 Hunter Press Bureau      Clippin service 
12365  Johns-iManv il-1C-1ee 
12366  The Johnson Seed Farms  Seeds 
.2368 The Journal of Home Ec V,-vc s~eigsAdvt 
12369 Henry Michels            Seed 
22370 National Regulator Co. Pubber diaphragm 
12371  Northwestern Lithograph- 
           ing Co.             C ormm issions 
12372  Oliver Chilled Plow Co. M-Tachine repairs 
12367  Jolhnson Service Co.    Valve stems 
12373 Park Hotel Pharmacy      Penci!c points 
12374 Pennsylvania Oil Co,     0il 
12375   iittsburgh Valve Fdry. Valves 
12376 Prairie State Incubator Co. Thermometers 
12377  Public School Publishing Co.Reprints 
12378  N. B. Ruud              Negatives 
12379  Jos. T. Ryerson & Son   Clyco 
12380  The Arco Co.            Arco 
12381  John F. Pieh            Sand 
12382 American Bee Journal     Book 
12383 America- Farm LEcon.Ass'In.]rmbership dues 
12384 American Genetic Ass'n. ]\1deibership dues 
12385 Amer. Instocf Mhining & 
           Mteta-'Urgica- Engr. Books2 
12386 AmerLaw Book Co. 
12387 Am ericaa ic-iedical Ass'n. Directories 
"12388 Amer.Stee- & Wire Co.   Wire 
12389 Annals of th2 Ent.Society 
            of A<merica        Subscription 
12390 Elanri Bartholomew       Books         15 
12391  Chas.H.Besly & Co.      Blades & wire 
12392  The Bobbs.-errill Co.   Books 
115.98 
  5.66 
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  8,534 
  .32 
191.25 
  2.70 
  2.50 
  29,25 
  8.57 
  3.19 
  20.03 
  18.83 
  27.50 
  12.35 
  12.83 
  28.85 
  12.00 
  25.69 
  3.00 
  4.52 
  20.00 
  72o55 
  2.00 
  11.25 
  20.17 
  25.00 
  25.30 
  12.43 
  i .*25 
  1.60 
  41.33 
  73.56 
  6.00 
  45.20 
  14.00 
  13.00 
210.94 
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12393 The Brookmire Econ.Serv.Subscription 
12394  Ca'laghan & Co. 
12395  Carnegie Inrist.of 
           -ash ngt on 
12396  The Carsrvell Co. 
12597  The Chipman Law P,b.Co. 
12398  Oliver I-itson Co. 
12399 Harrison G. Dyar 
12400 UA, A-Pay & Egan Co. 
12401  General Electric  0. 
12402  General Service Schools 
12403  Grasser & Luckensmeyer 
12404  Grinm iBook Bindery 
12405 V. & L. F. Gurley 
1 9An r-I Itit      t 
12407 
12408 
12409 
12410 
12411 
12412 
12413 
1241.4 
12415 
12416 
1241-7 
12418 
12419 
12420 
12421 
12422 
12423 
12424 
12425 
12426 
12427 
12428 
12429 
12430 
12431 
12432 
12453 
12434 
12435 
12436 
12437 
12438 
12459 
B3ooks 
Binding 
Subs criptioon 
-ooks 
Subscription 
Chisel h, or-tis er 
Sw itches 
Books 
Key Blanks 
Binding books 
Transit repairs 
Pepairing level 
Harvard College Library Photos 
Hilo Varnish Corporation Varnish 
E. A. Hinrichs & Co.    Plates 
Paul B. Hoeber          Book 
Industrial Relations 
Ass'n. of -America      Pa2Lphlets 
Jewell Belting Co.      Belt 
The John Hopkins Press ]Books 
Geo. I. Jones 
National lir p irotection Ass-n.iLues 
Uat ionan la unicipal League Due 
National Research Uouncil Book s 
National W"Teek'y Corp. Subscription 
New York Labor News Co. Pamphlets 
North Central Ass'n.of 
   Colleges & SecSch. Books 
The S. Obermayer Co.    Shovels 
Oxford University Press Books 
J. Pos tma              Book 
Poultry Errecers Pub.Co, I 
PrCatt & tv-hitney Co.  ]Die 
N. A. Phemister Co.     Books 
IReliable Poul Jour Pub.Co. " 
C. R. Roberts Co.        Tubing 
The Ronald Press Co.    Books 
The University of Chicago 
        Press 
The Carb orundrv4 n Co.IN.J. Brick 
D. App;leton & Co.       Book 
I. B. Ault              Bees 
Becton,Dickinson & Co. Syringes & needles 
The Catborundum 0. o(M[ilw.)Carbo powder 
Wvilliam H. 1Davis       Negatives 
Eastman Kodak Co. of N.J.Chemicals 
E ier & 1mmen'd          Disks 
General '' olorical 
       upp1y House      Glasses 
50.00 
135.75 
11.00 
52.00 
18.50 
  2.39 
  5.00 
657.22 
288*85 
  2.50 
  3.60 
  69.65 
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  44.64 
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  32.75 
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  37.33 
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  15.50 
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  28*99 
  21.53 
  22.05 
  5*76 
  7*70 
100.80 
19.96 
  3.26 
  10.00 
  5.18 
  11.03 
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12440  Geneva optical Co. 
12441 Hanovia Chemical & Mfg. 
               Co. 
12442 Pierius Hibma 
1Z443 Hooker Letrochelica- 
                Co. 
12444 
12445 
12446 
12447 
Hoskikns s fg Co* 
Stanley Jordan & Co. 
Ii. J. I\ystrom & Co. 
Ealiard Ort-on Jr. 
Charts 
Apparatus 
Turtles 
Chem, icalIs 
Alloy 
Lirae 
Miap s 
Sones 
12448  The &"otov-It _o se    Slides 
12449   adiur Chemica! Co.     Disc 
12450   udici Scientific Appar.Co.'Tubes 
12451  The Crborundmuu  o 
             (Niagara Falls)   Garnet G: 
124-52  Hook Lros.Piano Co.    Pecords 
12452  The D)oerf in er 
       Artificial L~imb %0o.   ElastiC 
-12454 Laboratory Pasmsey Co. 
         Mded .S oc ie ty      IMIed, d.upp 
12455 Vill Ross                Gloves 
12456  J. * - Laker Chemiical Co.Acid 
"12457 Laker Pa-er Co.          'aper 
12458  Geo. 6. Carpenter & Co. Tr.ine 
12459  Centr-C-rcieitLific Co. F,   s 
12460  Columb ia Ribbon & Carbon 
12461 
12462 
12463 
12464 
"12465 
12466 
12467 
"12468 
1.2469 
12470 
12471 
"1247.2 
12473 
12474 
12475 
12476 
12477 
12478 
12479 
12480 
12481 
12482 
12483 
12484 
12485 
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rain 
lies 
Ty-- e, r it e] 
Democrat i.Printin-, Co. S htra ennin 
L.L.Fle-ig I Co.        Fibre 
C. &.Elec.Co.2          Fuses 
J&'±esv ille Lttin... & 
       _ Co.            Batting 
The Naa 1Li onal Atxnom on ia Co .Amia on ia 
John  ritzlaff Hdwe.Co. Hardw:are 
C. F. Pease Co.         Parer 
Blied Printing Co.      Bulletins 
Brookville Agric.Asstn. Phosphate 
Daven-orrt-TCr'!  Kfg.Co .Letters 
hP, -b.o knnL S 2tation. 
     Co. 
"Friend., M tfg oC o. 
Gri mm T:o ok Dindery 
R     "a .-..emai k e r 
Jennie K*P. Pitian 
E. C. Rheingans 
B]. H. Jacklin 
Fred Jores 
Wi. No2l- Hdwe.Co. 
J. Y. fung Seed Co. 
Riches, J.iver & Co. 
A urora Serum Co. 
The American Guernsey 
The American Tag Co. 
A. H. Barber Creamery 
ribbon 
knbves 
  6.17 
  28.30 
  2.40 
  15.00 
  31.92 
  6.64 
  1.43 
  12.81 
  10.00 
  80.00 
  .87 
  1.30 
  7.52 
  9.60 
  -710,10 
  33.42 
21 75,72 
115.86 
119.07 
166.50 
  3.00 
  1.01 
  55.73 
123.50 
83.13 
65.69 
85.42 
160.00 
  7.50 
    10 
  Guides               4.9I 
  Machine parts        4.02 
  Paaper               4.00 
  Seed.               18.50 
  D)raw ings           5.85 
  Express              1.90 
  Advertising          7.01 
  Horse shoeing       14.65 
  HIardlware          16.96 
  Seed                  .93 
  Dusting material    48.00 
  Serum              228.65 
Cattle Club Fee        5.00 
  Postlatches         42.61 
bupply Co.Thermrforoetersl8,!5 
,-43- 


 
12486  Capitol Dairy Co.       Cheese boxes         22.50 
12487  J. I. Holcomb Mfg.Co.   Brushes               7.10 
12488 Holstein-Friesian Ass'n. 
          of 1vrerica         pegistrations         8.00 
12489  James ,IManufacturing Co. Stanchions         34.32 
12491  Paterson Parchment Paper Co.Butter wrappers167.28 
12490  Jenkins Bros.           Valves               47.50 
12492 Rexford Paper Co.         Printing labels     18.00 
12493 And A. .ayers            Dynaimite            12.10 
12494 Albert Pick & Co.        rater bottles        25.50 
12495 MIarcus Ruben             Coats                ,4.81 
12496 Henry Holt & Co.         Book                  1.71 
12497 Playground & Recreation 
       Ass'n. of Anerica2       Subscription         2.00 
12498 Bornstein Bros.           Repairs on shoes    30.10 
12499  The Hub Clothing Co.     Restringing rackets  6.80 
12300  Jackson Clinic           Surgery             11.00 
125011 O'Shea Knitting M.ills   Sweaters           104.79 
12502  John Bauhs               Rabbits              3.00 
12503  Frank S. Betz Co.        Syringes             6.13 
12504  Central Scientific Co.   Jars                 6.05 
12505 Pfaedners Seedling 
              Nursery           Plants              12.00 
12506 The Photoart House        Plates              15.68 
12507 Prairie State Incubator 
            Co'                 hovers              16.80 
12508 Bass Camera Co.           Tripod             115.00 
12509 American Jerse,,y Cattle 
                   Club         Registrations        4.50 
Julius -narae & Sons Co. Electrical supplieslOo.U0 
Armour Fertilizer Works  Fertilizer           24.97 
Armstrong Cok Co.        Cork                 68.40 
Automotive Electric Co. Electrical supplies 23.68 
-adger Pharmacy          Gloves Oil & pad     14.25 
Bauer & iBlack           Wool                  1.25 
Burdick & Murray Co.     Dry Goods           235.50 
Central Scientific Co. Lab.Appar.            164.51 
Conklin & Sons            Ice                102.00 
Creamery Package Mfg. o.Dairy supplies       214.4 3 
Dennison k-fg.Co.         Tags                22.00 
M.    . Diemer           Photos              237.40 
.   ,,     i                ,,103.20 
    ,, ,,,                                     4.80 
  Ti ,,    ,,                                 13.7?0 
  ,, u     ,"                                 14.85 
           ,t               "I                 4.*75 
  ,, ,,                                        9.50 
  Eugene iietzge:a C",    Tracing cloth       34.11 
  Digestive Fermenets Co. Chemicals            6.72 
  Donatell's Hdwe .Store  Hardware            13.64 
  Doyon & Rayn~e Lbr.C o. Lumber              12.20 
  Theo. F. DP-ecen        Clock repairing     10.00 
Eau Claire Bcok & 
    Stationery Co. 
Booksstencils & 
    Ink2. 
853.90 
-43- 
-44- 
12510 
12511 
12512 
12513 
12514 
12515 
12516 
12517 
12518 
12519 
12520 
1 25 21 
12522 
12523 
12524 
12525 
12526 
12527 
.12528 
12529 
12530 
12531 
12532 
12533 


 
           12534 
           12535 
           12536 
           12537 
           12538 
           12539 
           12540 
           12541 
           12542 
           12543 
           12544 
           1354.5 
           12546 
           12547 
           12548 
           12549 
           12550 
Ma9 L7,   12551 
          12552 
    " 19, 12553 
 " 20,    12554 
          12555 
          12556 
          12557 
          12558 
          12559 
          12560 
          12561 
          12562 
          12563 
          12564 
          12565 
          12566 
          12567 
          12568 
          12569 
          12570 
          12571 
          12572 
          12573 
          12574 
          12575 
          12576 
          12577 
          12578 
          12579 
          12580 
Electrical Sup ly Co.    Batteries & wire     46.63 
Frank Bros.              Cabbage               2.41 
General Paper & Supply Co.Paper               63.67 
    "f     "   "    " t      "35.53 
 Ginn & Co.              Books                26.47 
 Grimm Book Bindery        ,,                190.41 
 Ph.Gross Hdwe.& Supply Co.Hardware           15.65 
 Harleff-Loprich Electric. CoElectrical 
                            goods             39.83 
 Hoffman Feed Co.        Hay & Oats            8,5 
 Houghton M-ifflin Co.   Books                3v7,16 
 H.C.Netherwood Printing GollDffice supplies. 13.10 
 L.L.O1ds Seed C.,.      Seeds               176.82 
 Pittsburgh Plate Co.    Paint & Plaster 
                               par is        261.78 
Remington Typewriter Co.Typewriter          105.15 
Rundle-Sbence .Mfg.Co.   Oil                  42.93 
Yawkey Crowley Lbr.Co. Lumber               118.03 
The McGowan Co.          Casing & tire        40.95 
Butter & Cheese Scoring Roll                  55*14 
Cottage Grove Creamnery Boll                823.42 
Verona Creamery Boll                         716.90 
University Creamery Pay Roll                2077.13 
Verona Creamery Roll.                        747,97 
S. S. Aiyer              Refund              62.00 
Ka therine L. Kelly                          62.00 
Oscar E. Hertzberg                           50.00 
Lida L. VWinkelblech                          3100 
Lorraine D. Bourke                           61.60 
David M,. Johnston                           30.00 
Sidney MI. BBiss                              9V00 
Jessie Hume                "                 15.00 
L. S. Ellis                "                 62.00 
James B. Capel            "                  30.00 
Simlon T. Bolsted          "                 15.00 
Ernest Nusser                                62.00 
Allen G. Corliss           "                 15.00 
W. S. Hanson                                  1.25 
Rollin Simon                                  2.,40 
Louise Reagan              "                 17.75 
Horace 0. Wetmore                             8.50 
Minnie Straubel                               5.00 
M ildr ed Hanson                              8.57 
Charlotte Peabody                            18.00. 
Otto Loft!sgrrd on       MIilk               17-15 
F. A. Aust               Travel              45.12 
Eo J. Cooper               "31.08 
Vera D ixon                "I                77.99 
]E. H. Ei'lell             "30.43 
-45- 


 
12581 
12582 
1258 3 
15 824 
12585 
12586 
12587 
12588 
12589 
12590 
12591 
12592 
12593 
12594 
12595 
12596 
12597 
12598 
12599 
12600 
12601 
12602 
12603 
12604 
12605 
12606 
12607 
12608 
12609 
12610 
12611 
12612 
12613 
12614 
12615 
12616 
12617 
12618 
12619 
12620 
12621 
S2622 
12623 
12624 
12625 
12626 
12627 
12628 
k2629 
12630 
B. F. Faast 
13. H. GT-Thrdn-er 
F. R. ,Gd"ifford 
K  L HuL-sissian 
J. E. Jordan 
M L. King 
.0. E1. McCaffrey 
Gladys Melochd 
R. A. Moore 
F. L. N u, sbach 
G. L, GilbertAcct. of 
    John H. ,Hose       I 
Eldon RHcisse1 
NI. HF Scott 
W, A. Scott 
G. C. Sellery 
E. R. Shorey 
Simon Bros. Coo 
John R. Smith           ] 
Gladys Stillman 
E. R. Stivers 
J. Stucki               V 
Leslie Van Haganr5 
G.L.Gilbert,Aoct. of 
     R. 3, Vaughan 
0. P. 1fa-Its 
       s on 
H. F. Wilson 
Singra r-ark Garage, 
Merchants & Savings Bank 
Acct. of G.CF1ske 
Kennedy Dairy Co.        IV 
A. V. Seagrave          I 
Sbirey Grocery Co.      ( 
Albert E. Smith 
j. Sweet                ( 
G.L.Gilbert,Acct, of 
yn.-iood Farnum 
11 l. Ellis 
Fartous Players Corp.   A 
   11      It     It 
   ""I T 
Mid-VJest Distributing Co, 
Milwaukee Academy 
Rothacker Film Mfg.Co. I 
Select Pictures Corp. 
Chester Allen 
N. A Anderson 
F. A. Aus t 
Frank L. Clapp 
Har~Jld 1>, " Conn ors 
Wim. H. Luadlev 
L. D. Herr old. 
5. W. Jacks on 
M. L. MacQueen 
Travel 
  If 
  I! 
ion orar iuxn 
Travel 
  WI 
Honorarium 
Rent 
'ravel 
  ti 
  'I 
  If 
Sugar 
Lecture 
Travel 
  It 
Wifltergreen 
['ravel 
['ravel! 
Rent 
Books & coins 
tJilk 
Rabb its 
,roceries 
Jvach ine Parts 
Grocer jes 
85.00 
12.20 
9.00 
10°00 
15.00 
24.38 
Organ Recital      275.O0 
ounts & films      301.68 
i ilrs              48c.17 
                    "15.75 
.Pent orf films     51.45 
Rent               150.00 
Films             2960.46 
                   "472.25 
F i m s            158.11i 
Travel              56,84 
  "If               34.87 
                     "8.35 
                     "33.13 
                     "32.70 
Lelephone & express 3.29 
Travel              26.42 
  "1            -   40.66 
                     ""8.76 
25 .81[ 
28 71.. 
     87. 04 
     12a.28 
     25.00 
     33.32 
     43.v44 
     75.34 
     6.38 
     47.21 
     50O.0O 
     50.00 
     ;)6.62 
     69.10 
     66.53 
     11i.38 
     22.50 
     25.00 
     6.35 
     28.69 
     5.00 
     21*96 
     86.36 
     29.15 
     32.83 
     24.00 
[ 
I 
I 
r 


 
12631  Sam A. h1arsh 
12-637, 2 .W. Powell 
  32      P ._imso 
126f5 Willis -/isler 
1L26534   3r    an 
12635  Central - i-'n Co. 
12636  Pastors' Co-operative 
             Service 
12637 Mvrs. 1D a0oSimpkin 
12638  Strard Theatre Co. 
12639  J. Gurney Taylor 
12640  Gus'av 1¾, Sell          ] 
12641  Ge o 1, ir3  g 
12642  T  H, Carinion 
12643  E  L. Luthe4 
"12644 G.L.Lutlher, Acct. of 
         JK C. Fiedler 
12645  John Swenehart 
12646 A, C. Fiedler 
12647  The Fleiscbmann Co. 
12648  Frank Bros. 
12649  Gould, Wells & Blackburn 
               Co. 
12650  Clara IHut 
12651  Ken}icdy Dairy Co. 
12652 MllalisoJ Packing Co. 
12653vlans f i ld-Caue     o 
12654  Simon Bros.Co. 
12655  Kenneday bair Co. 
12656  Go Lc :ilbert     b Accb of 
         F. W. Driscoll(Umpire) 
12657 R. E. Lavrence 
12658 C-. L. Gilbert,Lursar, 
       Acct. of T,-E. Mills 
12659  Hugh iL. Ray 
12660 
12661 
12662 
12665 
12664 
12665 
12666 
12667 
"12668 
12669 
Fred J.   'lheim 
L. 0. Baldwin 
Frdd J. Hodges 
G. L. Gilbert, Bursar 
Dept. of Engineering 
B. F. Zaffke 
Elizabeth Miller 
Merton L Wright 
0. R .x' smat 
W. 7. Schrenk 
Travel 
  ~1 
  It 
FP1 Im as 
  If 
  It 
Qlides 
Travel 
Ex~press 
tr avelI 
  i! 
  If 
Travel1 
Travel 
  I1 
Geast 
Iroceries 
'I 
HLon orariun 
Tce Cream 
IK-eat 
by tter 
Fruit 
[vilk 2 
Lea Is 
Starter Fee 
Ump ire Fee 
M,1 odel1 
Drawings 
Travel 
Transfer 
Construction 
Travel 
It 
If 
  4307 
  29,31 
  44.46 
  100.00 
  25.00 
  70.00 
  135.00 
  40.00 
  64.95 
  5.63 
  40,26 
  20.91 
  35.54 
  28.39 
  96.83 
  95.14 
  28a.84 
1146.11 
  20.70 
  42.80 
  455.69 
1786.15 
"102.00 
163.13 
555.43 
  "15.00 
  90.85 
  15.00 
  15.00 
  250.00 
  19.50 
  .10.88 
  89.85 
  575.40 
  "170 
  100.89 
  9,21 
  24.16 
  11.74 


 
12670  Chas. S. Mills 
12671  Geoo C. Humphrey 
12672  G.L *GIilaer+,Acct.of 
        D. H. Reid 
12673  "    "    "    1 
         12674 
         12675 
         12676 
         12677 
         12678 
         12679 
         12680 
         12681 
         12682 
         12683 
         12684 
         12685 
         12686 
         12687 
May 20, -2688 
         12689 
 "  21, 12690 
Travel 
  I, 
J. G. Milward            " 
Geo. Kemmerr1erer 
R. S. Hulce 
John B. Hayes             " 
T. L_ Bewick              U 
Walter C. IMiackey       Mark 
Maud A. Latta            Tray 
Louis E.  )PberPr 
Ailfred P. Haake          " 
Louis M. Yfarfield         " 
J. F. Wojta" 
WO H. W"right 
Fred J. Hodges 
F. W. Parker              " 
G.L.C&ilbert,Bursar,Acct. of 
   Chia Lin Chen         Cond 
Walte P. BryaI           Fell 
11Mer ha r, & Sav ings Bank 
A c   .cL.t e T. Poss 
West Midd.leton Creamery Roll 
15.94 
65.42 
22.00 
28.85 
16.67 
2.50 
34.94 
41.60 
:ng Ass ign- 
men us 
el 
ucting semin 
owship 
   108.38 
   10*95 
   25.12 
   45.51 
   45.24 
   15.71 
     9.20 
     10.78 
     14.00 
iars 
   140o00 
   200.00 
   100.00 
     75.00 
242, 997.98 
10824E Pay RoPll. iar.16-51, 
10824F   "  t"    i   T "  " 
108241(2)State Fire Insurance 
12144A Pay Roll Apr.l-15 
12144B  "    "       L-15 
12144C  "    "    " 1-30 
12144D  "    "       1-30 
12144E  "    "        . 16-30 
12144F  "         "v 16-30 
121441 Special Pay Roll 
12144J      "    "   " 
13127A(1) Pay Roll May 1-15 
12127A(2)   "    "   " It I 
13127B      "    "   " 1-15 
13127C      U    "   " 1-31 
13127D               " 1-31 
13127K State Insurance  ýOjt. 
13127M Pay Roll -- iay 1-31 
   4,984.79 
   14,662.88 
      93.75 
   8,607.41 
   12,333.19 
 113P 779.59 
 141,-55 532 
   8,053.93 
   12,51.2.63 
     619.00 
     312.15 
   8,031.53 
     165.88 
  12,535.23 
  113,434.81 
  117, 926.55 
       2.50 
  21,11771.311 
,$833, 9809.43 
Adj ourrned 
i. E. McCaffrey, 
Secretary 
-48-- 


 
"A i-TAL M ,ETTINrO OF T hF JDOAPD E0'=-G"N .'-TS 
              Tuesday, ,une                  o :e 12 - C, acm. 
,/ 
     /. PPBESE IT" Regents Birge0 Ruc 7staff7 -.u!"r C ar  .imon,
                 S.. ..       01.. t 2,ý . .. ]..ne . . . Ti : 
              F-i t1III Ko..ie .             Peii    Seoaman., 
              Trot t man, 
     ABSENT:  Regents Horlick, jones, ,, iller. 
     "The Secretary presented the following cormiunications from 
 absent regents: 
     I. Telegram from Regent Killier, stating that important liti- 
 gation prevented his attendance a% the meeting. 
     2. Letter from Regent Jones, stating that he would be unable 
to attend the meeting. 
     3. Letter from Regent Horliick explain.ialg that he would have 
to be in Chicago on Monday and in New YorL on Thursday, wianch 
made it impossible for him to a.tend the --.eeting. 
     On motion 1 Regent ?erhins, seconded by Regent {amniondit was 
     VOTED, That the reading of the mi:nutes of the April 22,1921, 
meeting of the board be dpisensed with an. 4that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
     On motion of Regent Harinond, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
it was 
     VOTED, That the ELECTION OF OFFICERS be made a special order 
of business for the afternoon session. ,see page 14) 
     President Birge reported in dome det.oil re Legislative matterzs 
     On motion of Regent Hammond, seconder by Regent Butler,it was 
     VOTD, That the minutes of theM.ay 27,r11, meeting of the 
Executive CoTmmittee, as sent out to the regers, be ratified, ap- 
proved and confirmed. 
              RECOI'hVIEIDATI ONS OF THE IPREST DEN{T 
                         -General-~ 
     1, That the Physics.-Economics buildin; be named STERLING HALLI! 
in honor of Dr. John 'W. Sterling from 18.48 to 1885 Professor in 
the University, and for many years dean and. vice-president. Adopted 


 
"A i-TAL M ,ETTINrO OF T hF JDOAPD E0'=-G"N .'-TS 
              Tuesday, ,une                  o :e 12 - C, acm. 
,/ 
     /. PPBESE IT" Regents Birge0 Ruc 7staff7 -.u!"r C ar  .imon,
                 S.. ..       01.. t 2,ý . .. ]..ne . . . Ti : 
              F-i t1III Ko..ie .             Peii    Seoaman., 
              Trot t man, 
     ABSENT:  Regents Horlick, jones, ,, iller. 
     "The Secretary presented the following cormiunications from 
 absent regents: 
     I. Telegram from Regent Killier, stating that important liti- 
 gation prevented his attendance a% the meeting. 
     2. Letter from Regent Jones, stating that he would be unable 
to attend the meeting. 
     3. Letter from Regent Horliick explain.ialg that he would have 
to be in Chicago on Monday and in New YorL on Thursday, wianch 
made it impossible for him to a.tend the --.eeting. 
     On motion 1 Regent ?erhins, seconded by Regent {amniondit was 
     VOTED, That the reading of the mi:nutes of the April 22,1921, 
meeting of the board be dpisensed with an. 4that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
     On motion of Regent Harinond, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
it was 
     VOTED, That the ELECTION OF OFFICERS be made a special order 
of business for the afternoon session. ,see page 14) 
     President Birge reported in dome det.oil re Legislative matterzs 
     On motion of Regent Hammond, seconder by Regent Butler,it was 
     VOTD, That the minutes of theM.ay 27,r11, meeting of the 
Executive CoTmmittee, as sent out to the regers, be ratified, ap- 
proved and confirmed. 
              RECOI'hVIEIDATI ONS OF THE IPREST DEN{T 
                         -General-~ 
     1, That the Physics.-Economics buildin; be named STERLING HALLI! 
in honor of Dr. John 'W. Sterling from 18.48 to 1885 Professor in 
the University, and for many years dean and. vice-president. Adopted 


 
"A i-TAL M ,ETTINrO OF T hF JDOAPD E0'=-G"N .'-TS 
              Tuesday, ,une                  o :e 12 - C, acm. 
,/ 
     /. PPBESE IT" Regents Birge0 Ruc 7staff7 -.u!"r C ar  .imon,
                 S.. ..       01.. t 2,ý . .. ]..ne . . . Ti : 
              F-i t1III Ko..ie .             Peii    Seoaman., 
              Trot t man, 
     ABSENT:  Regents Horlick, jones, ,, iller. 
     "The Secretary presented the following cormiunications from 
 absent regents: 
     I. Telegram from Regent Killier, stating that important liti- 
 gation prevented his attendance a% the meeting. 
     2. Letter from Regent Jones, stating that he would be unable 
to attend the meeting. 
     3. Letter from Regent Horliick explain.ialg that he would have 
to be in Chicago on Monday and in New YorL on Thursday, wianch 
made it impossible for him to a.tend the --.eeting. 
     On motion 1 Regent ?erhins, seconded by Regent {amniondit was 
     VOTED, That the reading of the mi:nutes of the April 22,1921, 
meeting of the board be dpisensed with an. 4that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
     On motion of Regent Harinond, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
it was 
     VOTED, That the ELECTION OF OFFICERS be made a special order 
of business for the afternoon session. ,see page 14) 
     President Birge reported in dome det.oil re Legislative matterzs 
     On motion of Regent Hammond, seconder by Regent Butler,it was 
     VOTD, That the minutes of theM.ay 27,r11, meeting of the 
Executive CoTmmittee, as sent out to the regers, be ratified, ap- 
proved and confirmed. 
              RECOI'hVIEIDATI ONS OF THE IPREST DEN{T 
                         -General-~ 
     1, That the Physics.-Economics buildin; be named STERLING HALLI! 
in honor of Dr. John 'W. Sterling from 18.48 to 1885 Professor in 
the University, and for many years dean and. vice-president. Adopted 


 
"A i-TAL M ,ETTINrO OF T hF JDOAPD E0'=-G"N .'-TS 
              Tuesday, ,une                  o :e 12 - C, acm. 
,/ 
     /. PPBESE IT" Regents Birge0 Ruc 7staff7 -.u!"r C ar  .imon,
                 S.. ..       01.. t 2,ý . .. ]..ne . . . Ti : 
              F-i t1III Ko..ie .             Peii    Seoaman., 
              Trot t man, 
     ABSENT:  Regents Horlick, jones, ,, iller. 
     "The Secretary presented the following cormiunications from 
 absent regents: 
     I. Telegram from Regent Killier, stating that important liti- 
 gation prevented his attendance a% the meeting. 
     2. Letter from Regent Jones, stating that he would be unable 
to attend the meeting. 
     3. Letter from Regent Horliick explain.ialg that he would have 
to be in Chicago on Monday and in New YorL on Thursday, wianch 
made it impossible for him to a.tend the --.eeting. 
     On motion 1 Regent ?erhins, seconded by Regent {amniondit was 
     VOTED, That the reading of the mi:nutes of the April 22,1921, 
meeting of the board be dpisensed with an. 4that they be approved 
as sent out to the regents. 
     On motion of Regent Harinond, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
it was 
     VOTED, That the ELECTION OF OFFICERS be made a special order 
of business for the afternoon session. ,see page 14) 
     President Birge reported in dome det.oil re Legislative matterzs 
     On motion of Regent Hammond, seconder by Regent Butler,it was 
     VOTD, That the minutes of theM.ay 27,r11, meeting of the 
Executive CoTmmittee, as sent out to the regers, be ratified, ap- 
proved and confirmed. 
              RECOI'hVIEIDATI ONS OF THE IPREST DEN{T 
                         -General-~ 
     1, That the Physics.-Economics buildin; be named STERLING HALLI! 
in honor of Dr. John 'W. Sterling from 18.48 to 1885 Professor in 
the University, and for many years dean and. vice-president. Adopted 


 
     On rgotion of Regent Buckst'-ff, seconded by Regent Butler, 
recommendation 1, under General, v.as adopted,. 
     2. That the DEGREES and CERTIF!CATES certified by the regis- 
trar, be granted; also that the appoi.....mcn½c a f SCHOLARS and FEL-
LOWS be affirmed. (SSee Exhibit A) 
        Adopted. 
     3. That th-e fej ov]ing uxndcrgradu 
                            SCHOLARS 
be appointed for the year 1921-22, in accordance with the recoin- 
mendation of the university faculty: 
4 
Mari an Dill, 
Auta Lyman, 
Blanche L.Field 
Edith Zander 
Ailene Geiger 
Edna Hernpe 
Helen Geller 
Helen Parker 
Doris Bennett 
L.S.3 
L.S.3 
L.S.2 
L.S.2 
L.S.2 
L.S.l 
L .S3 
L.S° 
A Fannie P. Lewis scholarship 
A Fannie P. Lewis scholarship 
An Amelia H. Doyon scholarship 
An Amelia H. Doyon scholarship 
The Kappa Kappa Gamma scholarship 
Asso. of Collegiate Alumnae " 
Mvlortar Board scholarship 
The Gamma Phi Beta scholarship 
The Stein scholarship 
Adopted. 
4. That the f'llo,-ring 
                 LEGI SlJATIVE SCHOLARS.IPS 
be granted for the year 192]-22: 
                             Graduate 
     J. Roy. Blough,-,1,'anchester College, Manchester, Indiana 
     G. N. Gaum,.113 S. Orchard St., M1adison 
     wS. S. Aiyari, 117 N', Orchard St., Madison 
     James MTcIntyre, 723 State St., Madison 
     Marian Elizabeth Bigelow, 62 Church St. ,Gouverneur, N.Y. 
     Jessie P. Rose; 1717 M-onroe St.T M1adison 
     Samuel Russell, 601 v. 18th St., Tew York 
     Rupert D. Street, 1708 Regent St., Mvadison 
     Earle S. Snydepr, Ontario Agr.Collego, GuelphOnt.(lst sem..) 
     Waldo Ernest Grimes, Kas.State Agr. Col., K-anhattan, Knsas 
     Florence Mae Nicholson, Elliott HallY ilount Union College, 
                                  Alliance, Ohio. 
    Mary Howe Pope, 418 N. Frances St., Mladison 
    C. .Herberi Laub, 515 Anderson St., Greencastle, Ind. 
    Leila Elizabeth Dunton, Kas.State gc.Col. , Manhattan, 
    Thresa Rosa Baum, 1138 Kentucky St. , Laxvrence,Kansas 
    ..Wrohn Philip Troxel, Severance Pub;SchoolsSeverance, Kas. 
    WardI. Fetrw, K.State Agr.FCoetanhattan, Kansas, 
    Lillian L. Stupp, 514 N. Lake St,, Madison 
    J., Howard M1uncie 
I~lk 


 
Legislative Scholars (cbntinued) 
                  -Lctters and Science 
                                                                I 
Pearl A. Anderberg, 2, Colton, S. D. 
Chang, Hwei Lan, Special; Shanghai, China 
Ellen F   Cprrell, 3,  56 I.N NDunlap St., Memphis, Tenn. 
Kenneth F. Damon, 3, W'. 803    12th Aveo, Spokene, Wash, 
                    Y39W. uQ03 -2tChu ~Aveoa, 3ý sigtn           
.... 
Margaret H. Duckett, 3,   L6S'- *Coturibia Road, Vashingt n, D.C 
Jean Emerson, 3, Baker1 7 ontana 
Goebert E. Fisher, I, BR.R.Box 30, Firesteel, s.D. 
Sarah D. Gallagher, 3, 1233 Forest Ave, Vilmette, Ill. 
Ida Gilbert, , 211.0 W.20th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Theodore B. Godfrey, 1, 76 S. Root St., Aurora, Ill. 
Helen Gude, 2,   916   7th St., Davenport, Ia. 
Esther Guerini, 3., MEiddlesboro, Mass. 
Arthur C. Hamilton, 2, 490 LaFayette St., Aurora, Ill. 
Edith Hess, 21 Star Route, Council Bluffs, Ia. 
Dorothy T. Johnson, 1, 6137 IT. 24th St., Omaha 
Abraham Kaufm-an,3   18 E. Ill St., Nevi York 
lRelen S. Kinne, 3, Orofino, Idaho 
Martin R. C. Krievraldt, 3, Shawano, WTis. 
Seymour M1altpress,-3, R.R.9, Rockford, Ill. 
Dorothy M1. 9 MacLeod1 2,; Iowa Falls, Iowa 
John Leo M1cShane, -Jr., 1,5440 E-llsvmort.h Ave., Pittsburgh 
Edith 1. Parkhill, 2, 624-4th 9t., S.T.., Rochester, IMinn. 
Eleanor Parson, 3, 305- College Ave., DeKab, Ill 
Frances M. Potter, 3, 4745*-3rd Ave., Detroit, MJich. 
William,. Sale, 3, 1L3 E. College St., Louisville, Kj. 
James R. Sanford, 1   Farmington, M1inn. 
Louise Schlichting; 2;   1208 Vi, Johnson St.,11adison,Wis. 
Dorothea Li1. Schmidt? 3, 73 S.E.Iroquois St.,Freeport, Ill. 
Vim. W. Sovereign, 1, Willow Springs, Tll. 
Dorothy Sur@Ption, 3, 319 5. State St., Kendallville, Ind. 
Sterling, It.T T'Ac';,1073 Madison Ave.-, Memphis, Tenn. 
Alie       ..* '.NTucker; 3C 6809- 34th St.,eBerwyn, Ill. 
Kathryn Turney, 3, 2421 Ashland Ave., indianapolis,Ind. 
Eloise Waldron, 3, 317 N. Court Sat., Rockford, Ill. 
Gordon L. V'7,i2son, 1, Leal, S. D. 
Erling Ylvisaker, 2,. Zumbrota, 111inn. 
                     Patriotic 
Edith H. Aultman,'4,   1st semester, Canrp Dix, N. 3. 
Worth Ed. Shoults, 2, 611 Cameron St., Alexandria, Va. 
                   Chemistry Course 
Henry P. Higley, 2 503 Hill St., Dubu.que, Iowa 
RuthWH. Hughes; l,     508 Garland St.~ L <i~les City, M Jont. 
arian Lull, Il, 1509 ,Maple Ave., Evanston, Ill. 
                    C ommetrce Course 
Elmer W. Anderson, 2, 2508 V. 2nd St., Duluth, Minn. 
Arthur W£. Ardeil, 1, 543 S.Union Ave., Grand. Rapids, Miich. 
M.ary M~anning Ball, 1, 620 E. 17th St.,, Brooklyn, IT.Y. 


 
Legislative Scholrs(Icontinued) 
                      Conrumerce Course (cont.) 
     R. L. Benbowv, 2,  R.R.2, Watertown, S. D. 
     George F. Brevrer,-3,236 S. Ritter Ave,, Indianapolis, Ind 
     Thrart K. Clear, 3, 2419 S. Calhoun St., Fort Wayne, nd.. 
     Arnold B. MLartinson; Ad.Sp.,2, 2817 S. 4oth Ave.,Tinneapolis 
     Thelma E  MaUuytrm, 3, Alexandria, S.D. 
     NTeil S. MJcKay, 3, 1023 Dakota-Ave., Huron, S.D. 
     Arthur O'Harat, 1, 765' Coun St., Gary, Ind. 
     George E. Vjeber, 1, 203 V1. Woodland Ave., Youngstown, Ohio 
     Francis C. WThitehead, I, 209-8th Ave., LaGrange, Ill. 
                    journalism Course 
     M1ary 2.1 Dickson, 3,  R.R.6, Freeport, Ill. 
     Doris A. Lingenfelder, l, Beemer, Neb. 
     Dorothy S. Metz, 1, 1045' Jeffers~on Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 
     Kathryn I. Perry, 2, East Aurora, N.Y. 
                    School of' Music 
     Grace M1. Jones, 2,   7 M1aple St., Yonkers, N. Y. 
                      Agri culture 
                                                  P.O. 
     Ernest W. Callenbach, I, Virginia Beach, Vao./,Box 194 
     Allan D. Dickson, 2,6 R.R.l,M*oxee City, Wash. 
     Karl-P. Link, 3, 616 c. St., La Porte, Ind. 
     Minnie H. Lippett, 4, (1st semester) San Juan, P.R. 
     Roger RH. Matteson, 1, 2102 Sunnyside Ave. ,Chicago,Ill. 
     Stephen H. Matt eson, 1, 2102 Sunnyside Ave, 
     Clement M. Van der Riet, 2, Stellenboschmr, So.AfricabBox43 
                     Home Economics 
     Alice Kinslow, 3, 1328 Center St., Bowling Green, Ky. 
     Muayme La-ue, 2, Shunrray, Ill. 
     Elise B. Sherman, 2, 1921 M1adison St,, MTvadison 
     Dorothy W. Weipking, 3, 19 N. Hacncock St., MIadison 
                        Engineering 
     Bj~rn G. Bj~rnson, 3, Amtmonnsstigl, Heykjavik, 1celand~. 
     Sherman B° G~reen, 2, 3Jerorae, Idaho 
     Elberto B. Greenber'ger, 2, 1013-5'th St. ,E. ,LasVegaB,N.MJ 
     MJarion B. Harboug~h; 3, 5'861 E.Ilth St., kansas City,MOe 
     Knut Henri chs en, 2, Kal farl ein, Bergen, Kom~ay 
     Cecil Ii. Kir'k,3, Bench~land, Mont. 
     George 14 Reed, 1, San Juan, P.R,, P.O. 774 
Bruce F. Re19nhart, 1, I19 Broadway, Toledo, Ohio 
Frederick Stewart, 3, Vtrenshall, MIinn., R.R.Box 63 


 
Legislative Scholars (continued) 
                        Engi-neering( cont ) 
      Richard A. Trotter, 2, 227-2nd ST. ,S., Virginia, Minr. 
      Wilson D. Trueb'loodw3,  320 Broadvray, New York 
      Bernard A. Weimar, 1,  Arlington Heights, Ill. 
                           Medi cine 
     Lyla R. Brundige, 2, 12 Richards St., Geneva, Ill. 
.'' Adopted. 
   On motion of Regent -Butb  fseconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
recommendations 2, 3, and 4, under General, w'ere adopted, 
                           'Researche. 
     1. That in accordance wvith the recommendation of the research 
conmittee the following allotments be made from the 
                     UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FUND 
for the year 1921-w22: 
          C. E., Allen, Botany 
          Analysis of Inheritance in Sphaerocarpos 
          $1,05 (0850 for assistant; $200 for summer assistant) 
          E. H, Byrne, History 
          Photographs of 12th and 13th ce4tury archives at Genoa 
          $3,000 for photostat, material, operation, etc. 
          P. F. Clark, et al., Bacteriology 
          Experimental pneumonia 
          $1,100 for two assistants. 
          L, 3J. Cole, Genetics 
          Determination of sex in pigeons 
          $200 
          5._9 R. Commons, Economics 
          Labor investinga4t ions 
          $600 for half-time assistant 
          R. T. Ely, Economics 
          Land Economics 
          $1,000 for research assistants 
          Fred and Peterson, Agr. Bact., and Chemistry 
          Pentose fermentation, etc., 
          $1., 50oo. 
. im 5sm. 


 
University Research Fund (cont) 
          W. E. Tottingham, Agricultural Chemistry 
          Effect of ClimatiC factors upon chemical composition 
              of plants. 
           $600 for half -'time assistant 
           J. H. Walton, Chemistry 
           Influence of impurities on rate of growth of crystals 
           $600 for an assistant. 
        Adopted. 
      On motion of Regent Eimon, seconded by Regent yahohey, recom- 
 mendation 1, under Resesarch, was by called vote adopted, all re- 
 gents present voting and voting "aye". 
                             -Agri culture- 
      1. That the Dean of the college of agriculture be authorized 
 to proceed with arrangements for the inauguration of county agri- 
 cultural representative work in the following counties: 
                              Iron, 
                              lanit MVocC 
                              Mlarinette, 
                              MIonroe, 
                              LaFayette, 
                              Sawyer. 
          Adopt ed. 
       2. That the resignation of George Amundson, assistant in ag- 
Zroicultural engineering (land clearing) be accepted to take effect 
May 21, 1921% 
          Adopted. 
       3. That Walter A. Rowlands be appointed temporary assistant 
  in agricultural engineering (land clearing) from June I to the 
  close of the fiscal year 1920-21, to receive $75 a month and ex- 
  penses while in the field; in place of George Amundsontresigned. 
          Adopted. , 
       "4v That L illian Frazee be appointed to the Sharples Separato:
  A company4i11owp;O-r i-#;of $500 per annum for the year 192.1-22. 
             AdontedA 
     . That C. E1. Millar, professor of soils in the Michigan  r 
Cultural College, -be granted an honorary fell-wship in so-S for 
the year 1 
       "-Adopted. 
     6. That R. L. Moore be appointed technical assistant in agri- 
cultural engineering from June 15 to July .1, 1921; salary at the 
rate of $120 a month; charge to balance in Elli0tt' s salarybudget 
p. 104. 
Its 
Adopt ecL. 
r7w 
I 
44L         9 


 
     S 7. That o. H. Pratt be appnted technical assistant in agri- 
  cmitural engtindering from June. L to July l salary at the rate 
  of $90 a month; charge to balance in Elliott's salary, budget p.104 
          Adopted, 
        8, That Carl Helwig be appointed technical assistant in agri- 
  cultural engineering from June 15 to July 1, 1921, salary at the 
  rate of $90 ca monto. charge to balance in Elliott's salarY, budget 
    p.1l0A~ 
          Adopted. 
        9. That Mr. M-arion NI. Valker be appointed assistant in plant 
   pathology-for three and one-half months, beginning June 1, 1921, 
   at a salary of $125 a month; charge to salaries in plant pathqlogy 
   department. 
           Adopted. 
       10. That J. A. Anderson be appointed half-time assistant in 
   agricultural bacteriology and agri cultural chemistry for summer 
   research work for six weeks during the sunmier of 1921; compensa- 
   tion $75 for the period; charge.to allotment from university re- 
   search fund to Professors Fred and Peterson. 
           Adopted. 
       11. That F. I-) Duley, associate professor of soils in the 
   University of Missouri, be appointed honorary fellow in sois for 
   the year 1921-22. 
           Adopt ed. 
       (These recommendations had been considered by the Committee 
   on Agriculture and recommended to the regents for adoption.) 
       On motion ofRegent Eimon, Tecoflmaendati~nsa,-1to I1 under Agri- 
   culture were adopted. 
                          Letters and Science 
        1. That A. 'M1.Showalter be appointed research assistant in 
   botany for the months of July, August, and Septemniber; salary $200; 
   charged to university research fund. 
           Adopted. 
         2. That H. *'. Rickett be reappointed research assistant in 
   botany for the year 1921-22; salary $850; charged to university 
   research fund, 
            Adopted. 
  f     "'3. That the following be appointed research assistants inar
f   pharmacy for the months of July and August, 1921, each at aslr 
    of $150 for' the period" total to be chrgdtu     O9   u4f h 
    N~ewportChemi cal Company: 
                           Ralph Hixon 
                           3.-A. Hall 
                           Roland E, Kremers 
/*1'k..._   Adopted.             -8- 


 
     "4. That the resignation of Oscar J. Campbell, associate pro- 
fesso'r of English, be accepted to take effect at the close cf the 
year 1920-21. 
        Adopted. 
     5. That J.jL. G-llin. professor of sociology, be granted leave 
of absence for the year 1921-22, without compensation"             
   > 
        Adopted. 
     6. That the leave of absence of R. H. Hess, professor of eco- 
nomics, be extended to cover the year-19721-22. 
        Adopted. 
     7. That W. J IesT d professor of geology, be granted leave of 
absence from- Vy 3 -'o the close of the academic year 1920-21.        eq
        Adopted. 
     8, That Hu   A*Smith, professor of Romance Languages, be 
granted leave    aencefor the year 1921-22, on the summer sessionA 
bas is. 
        Adopted. 
     9. That HarryD. Tiemann, special lecturer in forestry and 
wood utilization, be granted leave of absence for the year 1921-22. 
        Adopted. 
    10. That the Changes in th6 curriculum of the College of Let- 
ters and Science, adoped by the ufSiiOisty faculty on June 6, be 
approved by the regents.   (See Exhibit IB,,,) 
       Adopted. 
       (These recommendations had been considered by the Letters 
and Science Committee and re-bo =ixehded to the regents for adoption) 
      .On motion of Regent Buckstaff, seconded by Regent Hammond, 
recommendations 1 to 10 under Letters and Science were adopted. 
                             -wJedi ci n e- 
     l . That C. E. Zellmer be reappointed instructor in pathology 
and bacteriology for the year 1921-22, at a salary of ý2,200. 
        Adopted. 
     +2. That '. S. Lingenfelter be appointed part-time student 
assiStant in pathology and bacteriology for the year 1921-22, ar a 
salary of z4OQ. 
        Adopted. 
     3. That Dr. G. HowardBailey be appointed instructor in path-. 
ology for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $jj2,000. 
        Adopted. 
     4. That T. K. BroWn be appointed instructor in bacteriology 
for the year 1921-22 at a salary of - $1,200. 
        Adopted. 


 
     8. That R, B. MYichell be employed to carry M'hrSchiatter's work 
in Romance Language, (extension division) during the vacation per- 
iod, August 8 to Septeober 8, to receive $150 for the period; 
charge to additional instruction. 
        Adopted. 
        (These recommendations had been considered by the Univer- 
sity Extension Division Committee and recommuended to tne regents 
for adoption.,) 
        On motion of Regent Hammond, seconded by Regent Butler, 
recounmendations 1 to  under Extension were adopted. 
                           *-Women' s Affairs- 
      I. That M.1iss Florence Nicholson be appointed mistress of Chad- 
bourne Hall for the summer sestn, at a compensation of     150 for 
the period, June 27 to August 12, 1921. 
         Adopted. 
      2. That Lydia L. Brown be appointed assistant to the dean of 
 women for the year 1921-22, three-fourths time service, at a sal- 
 ary of $I,500 per annum. 
         Adopted. 
      3. That the resignation of M iss Luy Newton, mistress of Chad- 
 bourne c-Hall, be accepted to take effect July 1, 1921. 
         Adopted. 
      4. That the resignation of Mrs. M1aud Hamilton Mendenhall, as- 
  istant to the dean of women, be accepted to take effect at the 
  close of the 1921 surmmer session. 
         Adopted. 
         (These recormend.iaons 'had been considered by the Committee 
  on Women's Affairs and recommended to the regents for adoption.) 
          On'...On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hanmmond,
  recommendations 1 t-o- 4 under Women' s Affairs were adopted. 
                              -Engineering-o 
      1. That Assistant Professor E. R. Shorey be employed for five 
 weeks during the summer of 1921 in connection with the mining en- 
 gineering trip, to be paid r3^0 for the period. 
         Adopted. 
      2. That Lawrence H. Hahin be appointed scholar in mining en- 
 gineering for the ea    I1212 
         Adopted. 
         (These recommxiendations had been considered by the Engineer- 
 ing College Committee and recommended to the regents for adoption). 
         On motion of' Regent Eimon,seconded by Regent M ahoney, recom-'~
 mendations 1. and 2 under Engineering were adopted. 
-ll- 


 
             On motion of Regent Hammnond, c2I7ed. ote 'was ta-:r, Yc, he
                         -o  .. _ '........ .  ons  A- h  :r s dent 
        approval o' aIll 3tems A in-he trecen...  dnc ... .. 
        affecting the budget for 192N22, allregsg e  pres2ent 2,nd 
        voting "aye." 
        President Birge reporte C for the Committee on Ayr culture A.rLhat
        the United States XWlar Department had allotted tto Wisconsin 
        700,000 pounds of PICRIC ACID to be distribute" by the College
        of Agriculture for land clearing purposes. 
             The Secretary's bond -twas approved, as required by Section
8 
         of Chapter ii of the By-Laws j-(f the Regents. 
             Regent Faast presented the following rccomiendcations of the
                           TRUST FUINDS CO=TTTTTEE 
             1. That the loan of 7,000 to Alexander Wistrom, for three 
         years at 7/ on his farm of 240 acres in Burnett County near 
         Gra-ntsburg, from funds in the Tripp Estate, be approved. 
                Adopted. 
             2. That the loan of 43,000 to Charl.es G, Christopherson for
         three years at 7% on his farm of 105.53 acres in Burnett County
         near Grantsburg, from funds in the University Trust Fund, be 
         rpprov ed. 
                Adopted. 
              3. That the loan of $3,500 to Gustaf M1agnuson for three 
         years at 7% on his farm of 140 acres in Burnett County nea?    
, 
         Grantsburg, from funds in the University Trust Fundbe approved.
                Adopted, 
              On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Butler, recom-
         mendations 1 to 3 under Trust Funds were adopted. 
   Dso 4. That the gift of $20n000 fromMrs. MaryFichelberger be 
£         laced in the University Trust Funds and the interest~ to
the 
<0"   amount of $10,000 be pledged to the M[emorial Union Building.
                Adopted. 
                On raotf on of Regent Faast, recommendation 4 was adopted.
             :a That the following resolution be adopted: 
           '    WHEREAS, it has been found impossible for several years 
         past to a~ppy the income from the fund, k~nown as the "Carl
Schiurz 
         Memorial Professorship" to the. purposes indica1ted in paragraphs
6k       nUmbered 1 and 2 of the conditions of the donation, and the lih!e
i     ity will Probably continue for some time to come, and thý 


 
             On motion of Regent Hammnond, c2I7ed. ote 'was ta-:r, Yc, he
                         -o  .. _ '........ .  ons  A- h  :r s dent 
        approval o' aIll 3tems A in-he trecen...  dnc ... .. 
        affecting the budget for 192N22, allregsg e  pres2ent 2,nd 
        voting "aye." 
        President Birge reporte C for the Committee on Ayr culture A.rLhat
        the United States XWlar Department had allotted tto Wisconsin 
        700,000 pounds of PICRIC ACID to be distribute" by the College
        of Agriculture for land clearing purposes. 
             The Secretary's bond -twas approved, as required by Section
8 
         of Chapter ii of the By-Laws j-(f the Regents. 
             Regent Faast presented the following rccomiendcations of the
                           TRUST FUINDS CO=TTTTTEE 
             1. That the loan of 7,000 to Alexander Wistrom, for three 
         years at 7/ on his farm of 240 acres in Burnett County near 
         Gra-ntsburg, from funds in the Tripp Estate, be approved. 
                Adopted. 
             2. That the loan of 43,000 to Charl.es G, Christopherson for
         three years at 7% on his farm of 105.53 acres in Burnett County
         near Grantsburg, from funds in the University Trust Fund, be 
         rpprov ed. 
                Adopted. 
              3. That the loan of $3,500 to Gustaf M1agnuson for three 
         years at 7% on his farm of 140 acres in Burnett County nea?    
, 
         Grantsburg, from funds in the University Trust Fundbe approved.
                Adopted, 
              On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Butler, recom-
         mendations 1 to 3 under Trust Funds were adopted. 
   Dso 4. That the gift of $20n000 fromMrs. MaryFichelberger be 
£         laced in the University Trust Funds and the interest~ to
the 
<0"   amount of $10,000 be pledged to the M[emorial Union Building.
                Adopted. 
                On raotf on of Regent Faast, recommendation 4 was adopted.
             :a That the following resolution be adopted: 
           '    WHEREAS, it has been found impossible for several years 
         past to a~ppy the income from the fund, k~nown as the "Carl
Schiurz 
         Memorial Professorship" to the. purposes indica1ted in paragraphs
6k       nUmbered 1 and 2 of the conditions of the donation, and the lih!e
i     ity will Probably continue for some time to come, and thý 


 
             On motion of Regent Hammnond, c2I7ed. ote 'was ta-:r, Yc, he
                         -o  .. _ '........ .  ons  A- h  :r s dent 
        approval o' aIll 3tems A in-he trecen...  dnc ... .. 
        affecting the budget for 192N22, allregsg e  pres2ent 2,nd 
        voting "aye." 
        President Birge reporte C for the Committee on Ayr culture A.rLhat
        the United States XWlar Department had allotted tto Wisconsin 
        700,000 pounds of PICRIC ACID to be distribute" by the College
        of Agriculture for land clearing purposes. 
             The Secretary's bond -twas approved, as required by Section
8 
         of Chapter ii of the By-Laws j-(f the Regents. 
             Regent Faast presented the following rccomiendcations of the
                           TRUST FUINDS CO=TTTTTEE 
             1. That the loan of 7,000 to Alexander Wistrom, for three 
         years at 7/ on his farm of 240 acres in Burnett County near 
         Gra-ntsburg, from funds in the Tripp Estate, be approved. 
                Adopted. 
             2. That the loan of 43,000 to Charl.es G, Christopherson for
         three years at 7% on his farm of 105.53 acres in Burnett County
         near Grantsburg, from funds in the University Trust Fund, be 
         rpprov ed. 
                Adopted. 
              3. That the loan of $3,500 to Gustaf M1agnuson for three 
         years at 7% on his farm of 140 acres in Burnett County nea?    
, 
         Grantsburg, from funds in the University Trust Fundbe approved.
                Adopted, 
              On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Butler, recom-
         mendations 1 to 3 under Trust Funds were adopted. 
   Dso 4. That the gift of $20n000 fromMrs. MaryFichelberger be 
£         laced in the University Trust Funds and the interest~ to
the 
<0"   amount of $10,000 be pledged to the M[emorial Union Building.
                Adopted. 
                On raotf on of Regent Faast, recommendation 4 was adopted.
             :a That the following resolution be adopted: 
           '    WHEREAS, it has been found impossible for several years 
         past to a~ppy the income from the fund, k~nown as the "Carl
Schiurz 
         Memorial Professorship" to the. purposes indica1ted in paragraphs
6k       nUmbered 1 and 2 of the conditions of the donation, and the lih!e
i     ity will Probably continue for some time to come, and thý 


 
             On motion of Regent Hammnond, c2I7ed. ote 'was ta-:r, Yc, he
                         -o  .. _ '........ .  ons  A- h  :r s dent 
        approval o' aIll 3tems A in-he trecen...  dnc ... .. 
        affecting the budget for 192N22, allregsg e  pres2ent 2,nd 
        voting "aye." 
        President Birge reporte C for the Committee on Ayr culture A.rLhat
        the United States XWlar Department had allotted tto Wisconsin 
        700,000 pounds of PICRIC ACID to be distribute" by the College
        of Agriculture for land clearing purposes. 
             The Secretary's bond -twas approved, as required by Section
8 
         of Chapter ii of the By-Laws j-(f the Regents. 
             Regent Faast presented the following rccomiendcations of the
                           TRUST FUINDS CO=TTTTTEE 
             1. That the loan of 7,000 to Alexander Wistrom, for three 
         years at 7/ on his farm of 240 acres in Burnett County near 
         Gra-ntsburg, from funds in the Tripp Estate, be approved. 
                Adopted. 
             2. That the loan of 43,000 to Charl.es G, Christopherson for
         three years at 7% on his farm of 105.53 acres in Burnett County
         near Grantsburg, from funds in the University Trust Fund, be 
         rpprov ed. 
                Adopted. 
              3. That the loan of $3,500 to Gustaf M1agnuson for three 
         years at 7% on his farm of 140 acres in Burnett County nea?    
, 
         Grantsburg, from funds in the University Trust Fundbe approved.
                Adopted, 
              On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Butler, recom-
         mendations 1 to 3 under Trust Funds were adopted. 
   Dso 4. That the gift of $20n000 fromMrs. MaryFichelberger be 
£         laced in the University Trust Funds and the interest~ to
the 
<0"   amount of $10,000 be pledged to the M[emorial Union Building.
                Adopted. 
                On raotf on of Regent Faast, recommendation 4 was adopted.
             :a That the following resolution be adopted: 
           '    WHEREAS, it has been found impossible for several years 
         past to a~ppy the income from the fund, k~nown as the "Carl
Schiurz 
         Memorial Professorship" to the. purposes indica1ted in paragraphs
6k       nUmbered 1 and 2 of the conditions of the donation, and the lih!e
i     ity will Probably continue for some time to come, and thý 


 
Fund has considerably incre"aseId by accumulation; 
            ADWTLAthe Germa.in Dis:1puýrtmnent haDF reco mm.en-de
1 To the 
    President the appropriaetIon from- the accumulated income . "f a
sur 
    not exceeding $],000o.00 to be applied and used..in hel.ping to de- 
    fray the cost of printing a reference work prepared by [Prof. 
    IMlorgan of the Department of German, entitled '.A Cri;. -c'aJ rlibli-
    ography of German LU''erature: in Engl"sh Tranolatj;s4,:;,h. work
    has been approved bj the Idiyriacl coitjt'ee of i, or-.i Stud- 
        .e d.7xable for P._b!i cation in the  2dOLi a 
        -L WEFRE AS, in view of the inability to carry out the pro- 
   visions of paragraphs numbered 1 and 2 of the cond:Ltions under 
   which the Fund was given and of the circumstances under which 
   the money was raised and the Fund established, it is the judgn~it 
   of the Regents that the above cont ribution toward the expense 
   of the publication referred to will advance the knowledge of 
   German b-,.and civilization in this country, within the mean- 
   ing of paragraph numbered 3 of the conditions of the trust, 
        IT IS, THEREFORE, RESOLVED, that so much of the accumulated 
   income from the above Fundas may-be required for that purpose, 
   not exceeding, however, $I,000.00, be applied and used, under 
   the direction of the Conmuittee of Wisconsin Studies, toward help- 
   ing to defray the cost of the publication above referred to 
        Acti on deferred. 
        On motion of Regent Buckstaff  seconded by Regent Eimon, 
  - action of re cor.-mmendati*on 5 was deferred until the next meeting 
A of the board. 
       Regent Trottman brought up the matter of the appropriation 
  for the publication of the LAW.7 SCHOOL JOURNAL. 
      The Business Mvanager explained that the appropriation would 
  be increased for the year 1921-22? 
       AtOi50-  the regents took sa RECESS until 2:00 p. m., to 
  attend the dedication of STERLING H.ALL 
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Fund has considerably incre"aseId by accumulation; 
            ADWTLAthe Germa.in Dis:1puýrtmnent haDF reco mm.en-de
1 To the 
    President the appropriaetIon from- the accumulated income . "f a
sur 
    not exceeding $],000o.00 to be applied and used..in hel.ping to de- 
    fray the cost of printing a reference work prepared by [Prof. 
    IMlorgan of the Department of German, entitled '.A Cri;. -c'aJ rlibli-
    ography of German LU''erature: in Engl"sh Tranolatj;s4,:;,h. work
    has been approved bj the Idiyriacl coitjt'ee of i, or-.i Stud- 
        .e d.7xable for P._b!i cation in the  2dOLi a 
        -L WEFRE AS, in view of the inability to carry out the pro- 
   visions of paragraphs numbered 1 and 2 of the cond:Ltions under 
   which the Fund was given and of the circumstances under which 
   the money was raised and the Fund established, it is the judgn~it 
   of the Regents that the above cont ribution toward the expense 
   of the publication referred to will advance the knowledge of 
   German b-,.and civilization in this country, within the mean- 
   ing of paragraph numbered 3 of the conditions of the trust, 
        IT IS, THEREFORE, RESOLVED, that so much of the accumulated 
   income from the above Fundas may-be required for that purpose, 
   not exceeding, however, $I,000.00, be applied and used, under 
   the direction of the Conmuittee of Wisconsin Studies, toward help- 
   ing to defray the cost of the publication above referred to 
        Acti on deferred. 
        On motion of Regent Buckstaff  seconded by Regent Eimon, 
  - action of re cor.-mmendati*on 5 was deferred until the next meeting 
A of the board. 
       Regent Trottman brought up the matter of the appropriation 
  for the publication of the LAW.7 SCHOOL JOURNAL. 
      The Business Mvanager explained that the appropriation would 
  be increased for the year 1921-22? 
       AtOi50-  the regents took sa RECESS until 2:00 p. m., to 
  attend the dedication of STERLING H.ALL 
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                                                 2 4-0 0 p. 
  REGENTS 12T PURSUANT TO ADJOURN1,UTT, 
       Dean Goodnight, Dirrfctor of the Summer Session, appeared be- 
  fore the Board and presented the PRVISION of the 
                 BUDGET FOR THE SUIPT.R SESSION OF 1921. 
  (Copy atVtached). 
       On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond, the 
  revision recommended by Dean Goodnight was approved. 
      On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond,it was 
      VOTED, That the FEE for students in the UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 
 for the SIX WEEKS' SI hUfJER SESSION be placed at $15' 
      The Regents next proceeded to the 
                        ELECTION OF OFFICERS 
 for the year 1921-22. 
      An informal ballot was taken for the office of President. 
 Eight votes Were cast, of which Regent Kohler received 4, Regent 
 Horl. ick I, Regent Buckstaff 2, and-Regent Seaman 1. 
      On motion of Regent Buckstaff, seconded by Regent Hanimond,it 
 was 
     VOTED, That the Secretary be instructed to cast a unanimous 
 ballot for 
                       WALTER 5. KOHLER 
                              for 
                   PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD. 
for the ensuing yearS 
     The ballot was so cast, and Walter J. Kohler elected. 
     An informal ballot was taken for the office of Vice-~Preeident. 
Eight votes were cast, of wthich Regent Faast received 4, Regent 
Butler. 2, Regent Horlick 1, and Regent Buckstaff I. 
     On motion of Reg'ent Butler, seconded by Regent Buckstaff,it 
wvas 
   - VOTED, That the Secretary be instructed to cast a unanimous 
ballot for 
                         BEN F. FAAST                       
                             for 
VI CE-PRESIDENT OF THE BOAr 


 
                                                 2 4-0 0 p. 
  REGENTS 12T PURSUANT TO ADJOURN1,UTT, 
       Dean Goodnight, Dirrfctor of the Summer Session, appeared be- 
  fore the Board and presented the PRVISION of the 
                 BUDGET FOR THE SUIPT.R SESSION OF 1921. 
  (Copy atVtached). 
       On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond, the 
  revision recommended by Dean Goodnight was approved. 
      On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond,it was 
      VOTED, That the FEE for students in the UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 
 for the SIX WEEKS' SI hUfJER SESSION be placed at $15' 
      The Regents next proceeded to the 
                        ELECTION OF OFFICERS 
 for the year 1921-22. 
      An informal ballot was taken for the office of President. 
 Eight votes Were cast, of which Regent Kohler received 4, Regent 
 Horl. ick I, Regent Buckstaff 2, and-Regent Seaman 1. 
      On motion of Regent Buckstaff, seconded by Regent Hanimond,it 
 was 
     VOTED, That the Secretary be instructed to cast a unanimous 
 ballot for 
                       WALTER 5. KOHLER 
                              for 
                   PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD. 
for the ensuing yearS 
     The ballot was so cast, and Walter J. Kohler elected. 
     An informal ballot was taken for the office of Vice-~Preeident. 
Eight votes were cast, of wthich Regent Faast received 4, Regent 
Butler. 2, Regent Horlick 1, and Regent Buckstaff I. 
     On motion of Reg'ent Butler, seconded by Regent Buckstaff,it 
wvas 
   - VOTED, That the Secretary be instructed to cast a unanimous 
ballot for 
                         BEN F. FAAST                       
                             for 
VI CE-PRESIDENT OF THE BOAr 


 
                                                 2 4-0 0 p. 
  REGENTS 12T PURSUANT TO ADJOURN1,UTT, 
       Dean Goodnight, Dirrfctor of the Summer Session, appeared be- 
  fore the Board and presented the PRVISION of the 
                 BUDGET FOR THE SUIPT.R SESSION OF 1921. 
  (Copy atVtached). 
       On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond, the 
  revision recommended by Dean Goodnight was approved. 
      On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond,it was 
      VOTED, That the FEE for students in the UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 
 for the SIX WEEKS' SI hUfJER SESSION be placed at $15' 
      The Regents next proceeded to the 
                        ELECTION OF OFFICERS 
 for the year 1921-22. 
      An informal ballot was taken for the office of President. 
 Eight votes Were cast, of which Regent Kohler received 4, Regent 
 Horl. ick I, Regent Buckstaff 2, and-Regent Seaman 1. 
      On motion of Regent Buckstaff, seconded by Regent Hanimond,it 
 was 
     VOTED, That the Secretary be instructed to cast a unanimous 
 ballot for 
                       WALTER 5. KOHLER 
                              for 
                   PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD. 
for the ensuing yearS 
     The ballot was so cast, and Walter J. Kohler elected. 
     An informal ballot was taken for the office of Vice-~Preeident. 
Eight votes were cast, of wthich Regent Faast received 4, Regent 
Butler. 2, Regent Horlick 1, and Regent Buckstaff I. 
     On motion of Reg'ent Butler, seconded by Regent Buckstaff,it 
wvas 
   - VOTED, That the Secretary be instructed to cast a unanimous 
ballot for 
                         BEN F. FAAST                       
                             for 
VI CE-PRESIDENT OF THE BOAr 


 
for the ensuing year. 
     The ballot was so cast and Ben F. Faast elected. 
     An informal ballot wIVas taken for the office of Business Manas1 
ger. Ten votes were cast, all of which were for H. J. Thorke*Oflno 
     The ballot was declared forma L ?ol., and 
                      H. J. THOW(IJSON 
                  was unanimously elected 
                      BUSIINESS IATNA GER 
for the ensuing year. 
     An informal ballot .was taken for the office of Secretary. 
Ten votes were cast, all of which were for M. E. McCaffrey. 
     The ballot was declared formal, and 
                       TU. B. IcCAFFREY 
                  was unanimously elected 
                  SECRETARY OF THE BOARD 
for the ensuing year. 
     The Regents proceeded to the election of : member of the 
Board of Visitors to succeed J. E. McConnell, whose term expires 
July 1, 1921. 
     On motion of Regent M,1ahoney, seconded by Regent Harmmond, it 
was 
     VOTED, That J. E. cConnell of La Crosse be elected to suc- 
 eed himself as a member of the Board of Visitors for the four 
  ear term expiring July 1, 1925. 
      The Business Manager presented plans for the 
               STATE OF WISCONSIN GE1IFRAL HOSPITAL, 
which were* explained in detailby Regent Seaman. 
      On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Butlerit was 
      VOTED, That the matter be leftto the President of the uni- 
 versity, the President of the Board, Dean Bardeen, and the Chair- 
 man of the Medical School Committee, with power to act with re- 
 spect to approving the specifications and advertising for BIDS, 
 after approval by the Governor and State Board of Education, 
The Business Managgr exhibited the PLANS for the 
           ADDITIOON TO THl SERVICE BUILDING, 
On motion of Regent Eimon, secondedby Regent Kohie   ie  w 
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for the ensuing year. 
     The ballot was so cast and Ben F. Faast elected. 
     An informal ballot wIVas taken for the office of Business Manas1 
ger. Ten votes were cast, all of which were for H. J. Thorke*Oflno 
     The ballot was declared forma L ?ol., and 
                      H. J. THOW(IJSON 
                  was unanimously elected 
                      BUSIINESS IATNA GER 
for the ensuing year. 
     An informal ballot .was taken for the office of Secretary. 
Ten votes were cast, all of which were for M. E. McCaffrey. 
     The ballot was declared formal, and 
                       TU. B. IcCAFFREY 
                  was unanimously elected 
                  SECRETARY OF THE BOARD 
for the ensuing year. 
     The Regents proceeded to the election of : member of the 
Board of Visitors to succeed J. E. McConnell, whose term expires 
July 1, 1921. 
     On motion of Regent M,1ahoney, seconded by Regent Harmmond, it 
was 
     VOTED, That J. E. cConnell of La Crosse be elected to suc- 
 eed himself as a member of the Board of Visitors for the four 
  ear term expiring July 1, 1925. 
      The Business Manager presented plans for the 
               STATE OF WISCONSIN GE1IFRAL HOSPITAL, 
which were* explained in detailby Regent Seaman. 
      On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Butlerit was 
      VOTED, That the matter be leftto the President of the uni- 
 versity, the President of the Board, Dean Bardeen, and the Chair- 
 man of the Medical School Committee, with power to act with re- 
 spect to approving the specifications and advertising for BIDS, 
 after approval by the Governor and State Board of Education, 
The Business Managgr exhibited the PLANS for the 
           ADDITIOON TO THl SERVICE BUILDING, 
On motion of Regent Eimon, secondedby Regent Kohie   ie  w 
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for the ensuing year. 
     The ballot was so cast and Ben F. Faast elected. 
     An informal ballot wIVas taken for the office of Business Manas1 
ger. Ten votes were cast, all of which were for H. J. Thorke*Oflno 
     The ballot was declared forma L ?ol., and 
                      H. J. THOW(IJSON 
                  was unanimously elected 
                      BUSIINESS IATNA GER 
for the ensuing year. 
     An informal ballot .was taken for the office of Secretary. 
Ten votes were cast, all of which were for M. E. McCaffrey. 
     The ballot was declared formal, and 
                       TU. B. IcCAFFREY 
                  was unanimously elected 
                  SECRETARY OF THE BOARD 
for the ensuing year. 
     The Regents proceeded to the election of : member of the 
Board of Visitors to succeed J. E. McConnell, whose term expires 
July 1, 1921. 
     On motion of Regent M,1ahoney, seconded by Regent Harmmond, it 
was 
     VOTED, That J. E. cConnell of La Crosse be elected to suc- 
 eed himself as a member of the Board of Visitors for the four 
  ear term expiring July 1, 1925. 
      The Business Manager presented plans for the 
               STATE OF WISCONSIN GE1IFRAL HOSPITAL, 
which were* explained in detailby Regent Seaman. 
      On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Butlerit was 
      VOTED, That the matter be leftto the President of the uni- 
 versity, the President of the Board, Dean Bardeen, and the Chair- 
 man of the Medical School Committee, with power to act with re- 
 spect to approving the specifications and advertising for BIDS, 
 after approval by the Governor and State Board of Education, 
The Business Managgr exhibited the PLANS for the 
           ADDITIOON TO THl SERVICE BUILDING, 
On motion of Regent Eimon, secondedby Regent Kohie   ie  w 
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     .VOTED, That the plans and secificat.ons be ar.proved. and 
that authority be granted to ad'!srtise fcr DlDS, after ap-or-al 
by the Governor and State Board of Education. 
     The Secretary reported that Professor Edvtward Kremeere- %ha pre- 
sented a check for $1,000 to be added to the Universitrr '.rust Funds 
for the 
                 PHARTMIACEUTI CAL RESEARCH F i1TD. 
j 
            Professor E.A.- Gilmore was permitted to elect cash for sum-
       mer sesien service, as follows: 
                       S. os  1916 .--.-....-$208.33 
                       S. S. 1917            416167 
                                            $625.00 
            On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond, 
       it was 
            VOTED, That the regents approve the establishment of a 
                           COURSE IN GEIJERAL HYGIE1HE 
       in the department of PHYSICAL EDUCATION,WO-IJEN' S DIVISION. 
            Regent Kohler reported in re COURSE IN ARCHITECTURE, stating
       that he had taken the matter up with architects in the state and 
       tin-tt there are NO FUNDS available at present for the purpose. 
            . TheREPORT of the BOARD OF VISITORS for the year 1920-21 was
       received, and upon motion of Regent Hammond, it was 
rV :'VOTED, That the report be referred to a conirnuttee of T.*hree,to 
     S report at the next_ mtngof the Board, 
            Pre-sident Seaman appointed as members of-the conmittee, to re-
       port upon the Report of the Board of Visitors 
                               Regents Buckstaff, 
                                       Eimon, and 
                                       Butler. 
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     .VOTED, That the plans and secificat.ons be ar.proved. and 
that authority be granted to ad'!srtise fcr DlDS, after ap-or-al 
by the Governor and State Board of Education. 
     The Secretary reported that Professor Edvtward Kremeere- %ha pre- 
sented a check for $1,000 to be added to the Universitrr '.rust Funds 
for the 
                 PHARTMIACEUTI CAL RESEARCH F i1TD. 
j 
            Professor E.A.- Gilmore was permitted to elect cash for sum-
       mer sesien service, as follows: 
                       S. os  1916 .--.-....-$208.33 
                       S. S. 1917            416167 
                                            $625.00 
            On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond, 
       it was 
            VOTED, That the regents approve the establishment of a 
                           COURSE IN GEIJERAL HYGIE1HE 
       in the department of PHYSICAL EDUCATION,WO-IJEN' S DIVISION. 
            Regent Kohler reported in re COURSE IN ARCHITECTURE, stating
       that he had taken the matter up with architects in the state and 
       tin-tt there are NO FUNDS available at present for the purpose. 
            . TheREPORT of the BOARD OF VISITORS for the year 1920-21 was
       received, and upon motion of Regent Hammond, it was 
rV :'VOTED, That the report be referred to a conirnuttee of T.*hree,to 
     S report at the next_ mtngof the Board, 
            Pre-sident Seaman appointed as members of-the conmittee, to re-
       port upon the Report of the Board of Visitors 
                               Regents Buckstaff, 
                                       Eimon, and 
                                       Butler. 
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     .VOTED, That the plans and secificat.ons be ar.proved. and 
that authority be granted to ad'!srtise fcr DlDS, after ap-or-al 
by the Governor and State Board of Education. 
     The Secretary reported that Professor Edvtward Kremeere- %ha pre- 
sented a check for $1,000 to be added to the Universitrr '.rust Funds 
for the 
                 PHARTMIACEUTI CAL RESEARCH F i1TD. 
j 
            Professor E.A.- Gilmore was permitted to elect cash for sum-
       mer sesien service, as follows: 
                       S. os  1916 .--.-....-$208.33 
                       S. S. 1917            416167 
                                            $625.00 
            On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond, 
       it was 
            VOTED, That the regents approve the establishment of a 
                           COURSE IN GEIJERAL HYGIE1HE 
       in the department of PHYSICAL EDUCATION,WO-IJEN' S DIVISION. 
            Regent Kohler reported in re COURSE IN ARCHITECTURE, stating
       that he had taken the matter up with architects in the state and 
       tin-tt there are NO FUNDS available at present for the purpose. 
            . TheREPORT of the BOARD OF VISITORS for the year 1920-21 was
       received, and upon motion of Regent Hammond, it was 
rV :'VOTED, That the report be referred to a conirnuttee of T.*hree,to 
     S report at the next_ mtngof the Board, 
            Pre-sident Seaman appointed as members of-the conmittee, to re-
       port upon the Report of the Board of Visitors 
                               Regents Buckstaff, 
                                       Eimon, and 
                                       Butler. 
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     .VOTED, That the plans and secificat.ons be ar.proved. and 
that authority be granted to ad'!srtise fcr DlDS, after ap-or-al 
by the Governor and State Board of Education. 
     The Secretary reported that Professor Edvtward Kremeere- %ha pre- 
sented a check for $1,000 to be added to the Universitrr '.rust Funds 
for the 
                 PHARTMIACEUTI CAL RESEARCH F i1TD. 
j 
            Professor E.A.- Gilmore was permitted to elect cash for sum-
       mer sesien service, as follows: 
                       S. os  1916 .--.-....-$208.33 
                       S. S. 1917            416167 
                                            $625.00 
            On motion of Regent Perkins, seconded by Regent Hammond, 
       it was 
            VOTED, That the regents approve the establishment of a 
                           COURSE IN GEIJERAL HYGIE1HE 
       in the department of PHYSICAL EDUCATION,WO-IJEN' S DIVISION. 
            Regent Kohler reported in re COURSE IN ARCHITECTURE, stating
       that he had taken the matter up with architects in the state and 
       tin-tt there are NO FUNDS available at present for the purpose. 
            . TheREPORT of the BOARD OF VISITORS for the year 1920-21 was
       received, and upon motion of Regent Hammond, it was 
rV :'VOTED, That the report be referred to a conirnuttee of T.*hree,to 
     S report at the next_ mtngof the Board, 
            Pre-sident Seaman appointed as members of-the conmittee, to re-
       port upon the Report of the Board of Visitors 
                               Regents Buckstaff, 
                                       Eimon, and 
                                       Butler. 
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PECO,,M\TDATIO 178OF THE BUS I IVE" MIANAGER 
             1. That COITTRACTS FOR COAL for the coring fiscal year be 
        made in accordance with recor'mendations of University EngineerV
        and -with the office of the State EngJrneer, as foile/: 
            McEIvain & Hoy (Franklin County, Ill.) 
               10,000 tons screenings @ $65.65 de.Yvered-       $56,500 
            D. E. 'McM3il1an & Bro. (Franklin Co., IoI.) 
               12,000 tons #3 nut @ $6.20 deiivere               7Z4,0400
                                                              $ 130o.900
       Charged to 2O.4i(L)-(ab) "Sumsufficient" for coal and freight.
          Estimated for 192N22 at $150,300.      Adopted, 
            On motion of Regent Kohler, seconded by Regent Eimon, recom-
       mendation I vjas adopted. 
            2. That in accordance with the formal surveys, the following
       CLAIMS of the Government for 
                          LOST OR STOLENT PROPERTY 
       be alloiwed and paid: 
            a. Clothing shortage (3 shirts, 36 bu-tons, 15 laces) 
                 (Charge to . iA)                                 -$3.72
            b. Screw drivers & electrician's kits 
                 (Charge to Lab. fees)                             72.43
            C. Electrica) apparatus used in elect3i.c lab, 
                 (Charged t' .ab. fees)                           318.97
           d. Ste-e e.ra-,era and scales 
                (Chargetd to Lab, fees)             "   w6*90 
           Adopted. 
           On motion of Regent Butler, seconded by Regent Faast, recomw 
      mendation 2 was adopted. 
           3. That the bonding of individuals in positions such as 
      Bursar, Secretary, etc., by separate BONDS. be changed to a 
      Fidelity Guaranty POLICY GOVERING THE PosITION.   Adopted. 
              On notion of Regent Kohier, seconded by Regent Faast, 
      recorrrnendation 3 was adopted. 
  * 4. That the following TBANSFEIB OF GIFT FUNflS he made in ac-. 
S,#,cordanco with the recommendation of the Secretary, who ha~s con- 
    stilted with the donor! or the donor' s representative im each case:
I I 


 
         Yahr-Lange Drug0 Company  '3- 
         !j5-Iv7auk-e e Dr-u;U"'Ct-ip any~ 
         Professor Bel      "00 
                               TotLal      1,70 rans!'er tc; p. -1 ii,"
e i  , 
                                                Rersearch Iu Y L 
         Col, of Eng-ineering -as En! - 
                               Expo.        89,8 transfer tQ Cl..'hw 
                                                Loan Fund. 
         Paul S. Reinsch------------5.00 transfer to Grad.Class 
                                                Loan Fund. 
        Class of 1911------------------------29.75 transfer to Grad.*Classi
                                                Loan Fund. 
        Adopted. 
        5,. That the GIFT of MRS. WILLIAM F. ALLENT of $200t o the GRAD-
     UATING CLASS LOAIN FUND in memory of her tivo sons, William Ware 
     Allen and Philip Loring Allen, both graduates of the University, 
     be accepted. 
          Adopted. 
          On motion of Regent Iohler, seconded by Regent E imon, recomn 
     mendations 4-and 5' were adopted. 
          -Onreconmendation of President Birge, and on motion of Regent 
    A Perkins' it vas 
         VOTE, That the GIFT of WTLLIAM M. CHESTER, of Mlilvwaukee, of a
                              GOLD   MAL -v I  H L 
           S     Ih NIMMORY 0  F JOHN[ LOIFDRUI IT TCHELL, 
     to be awarded annually for the best essay on industrial relations, 
     be accepted. 
          President.Birge reported that the 
                      WISCONSIN ALMUTOI ASSOCIATION 
                                   of 
          " NEW YOC CITY                                           
    S 
g(has offered a SCHOLARSHIP of 700 a year for four years, to b 
    ]awarded each year to some student of exceptional ability in some ½
    particular field.*. 
         SVOTED, That the gift be aoccepted,and that the President of the
  i 
     University make suitable acknowledgment. 


 
         Yahr-Lange Drug0 Company  '3- 
         !j5-Iv7auk-e e Dr-u;U"'Ct-ip any~ 
         Professor Bel      "00 
                               TotLal      1,70 rans!'er tc; p. -1 ii,"
e i  , 
                                                Rersearch Iu Y L 
         Col, of Eng-ineering -as En! - 
                               Expo.        89,8 transfer tQ Cl..'hw 
                                                Loan Fund. 
         Paul S. Reinsch------------5.00 transfer to Grad.Class 
                                                Loan Fund. 
        Class of 1911------------------------29.75 transfer to Grad.*Classi
                                                Loan Fund. 
        Adopted. 
        5,. That the GIFT of MRS. WILLIAM F. ALLENT of $200t o the GRAD-
     UATING CLASS LOAIN FUND in memory of her tivo sons, William Ware 
     Allen and Philip Loring Allen, both graduates of the University, 
     be accepted. 
          Adopted. 
          On motion of Regent Iohler, seconded by Regent E imon, recomn 
     mendations 4-and 5' were adopted. 
          -Onreconmendation of President Birge, and on motion of Regent 
    A Perkins' it vas 
         VOTE, That the GIFT of WTLLIAM M. CHESTER, of Mlilvwaukee, of a
                              GOLD   MAL -v I  H L 
           S     Ih NIMMORY 0  F JOHN[ LOIFDRUI IT TCHELL, 
     to be awarded annually for the best essay on industrial relations, 
     be accepted. 
          President.Birge reported that the 
                      WISCONSIN ALMUTOI ASSOCIATION 
                                   of 
          " NEW YOC CITY                                           
    S 
g(has offered a SCHOLARSHIP of 700 a year for four years, to b 
    ]awarded each year to some student of exceptional ability in some ½
    particular field.*. 
         SVOTED, That the gift be aoccepted,and that the President of the
  i 
     University make suitable acknowledgment. 


 
         Yahr-Lange Drug0 Company  '3- 
         !j5-Iv7auk-e e Dr-u;U"'Ct-ip any~ 
         Professor Bel      "00 
                               TotLal      1,70 rans!'er tc; p. -1 ii,"
e i  , 
                                                Rersearch Iu Y L 
         Col, of Eng-ineering -as En! - 
                               Expo.        89,8 transfer tQ Cl..'hw 
                                                Loan Fund. 
         Paul S. Reinsch------------5.00 transfer to Grad.Class 
                                                Loan Fund. 
        Class of 1911------------------------29.75 transfer to Grad.*Classi
                                                Loan Fund. 
        Adopted. 
        5,. That the GIFT of MRS. WILLIAM F. ALLENT of $200t o the GRAD-
     UATING CLASS LOAIN FUND in memory of her tivo sons, William Ware 
     Allen and Philip Loring Allen, both graduates of the University, 
     be accepted. 
          Adopted. 
          On motion of Regent Iohler, seconded by Regent E imon, recomn 
     mendations 4-and 5' were adopted. 
          -Onreconmendation of President Birge, and on motion of Regent 
    A Perkins' it vas 
         VOTE, That the GIFT of WTLLIAM M. CHESTER, of Mlilvwaukee, of a
                              GOLD   MAL -v I  H L 
           S     Ih NIMMORY 0  F JOHN[ LOIFDRUI IT TCHELL, 
     to be awarded annually for the best essay on industrial relations, 
     be accepted. 
          President.Birge reported that the 
                      WISCONSIN ALMUTOI ASSOCIATION 
                                   of 
          " NEW YOC CITY                                           
    S 
g(has offered a SCHOLARSHIP of 700 a year for four years, to b 
    ]awarded each year to some student of exceptional ability in some ½
    particular field.*. 
         SVOTED, That the gift be aoccepted,and that the President of the
  i 
     University make suitable acknowledgment. 


 
      The Business MYanager prcscnted and explained the annual 
 Report of the Purchasing Agent. 
      (Copy attkAcicd). 
      The Business Mranag-.r  , presented a memorandum re University 
 Bill 550o-S 
   -  (Copy attached). 
      President Birge reported that the LGIS-LATURE bad PASSED 
TTH3 U3 UTIVISITY APPROPRIATION BILL. 
      The matter af preparing the 
                FINAL BUDGET FOR 1921M22 
was discussedo 
      Inasnauch as the regrents had given such careful consideration 
 to the legislative recommendations and in view of the fact that 
 the appropriations are sujbstantially the same in amount as those 
 submitted to the legislature, the i'egents :Celt that the FINANCE 
 COi'I'TTIE of the regents WILL NOT Bt ,WQUIPED to SEI-D THE BUDGET 
 TO THE REGENTS TEN DAYS BEFORE T =i.BOARD IDlEETING. It was left 
 to the President of the UniversitY %t* vrrange for the finance 
 committee meeting and the meeting of the Board for the adoption 
 of the budget, with the understanding that the Board meeting will 
 be concluded before July 20. 
      The matter of 11r. THORKELSON LEAVING the:'service of the 
 University was discussed by several of the regents, each of 
 whom expressed great regret. 
      On motion of Regent Haimmond, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
 it was                           - 
      VOTED, That H. J. THORKELSON Business Mvlanager, and Pro- 
 feessor of Steam and Gas Engineering, be granted LEAVE OF ABSVTCE 
 without pay for OITE YEAR, this leave to take effect at his con- 
 venience; that a commnittee, consisting of the incoming Presi- 
 dent of the Board of Regents, the President of the University, 
 and the Executive Committee of the Regents, be authorized to 
 make arrangements with M1r. Thorkelson for his ASSISTANCE VMHEN 
 EEDED throughout the year, and also to make arrangements to 
 carry on the work t the office of the Business Mianager, sub- 
 ject to the approval of the Board. 
      The President filed reports of leaves of absence and dis- 
 cipline with the Secretary. 
      P~esident Birge also filed with the Secretary a copy of a 
 letter which the STUJDENTS of the University of WTisc~nsinl SENT ...O, 
 the students in HIGH SCHOOLS OF WISCONSIIN. 


 
      The Business MYanager prcscnted and explained the annual 
 Report of the Purchasing Agent. 
      (Copy attkAcicd). 
      The Business Mranag-.r  , presented a memorandum re University 
 Bill 550o-S 
   -  (Copy attached). 
      President Birge reported that the LGIS-LATURE bad PASSED 
TTH3 U3 UTIVISITY APPROPRIATION BILL. 
      The matter af preparing the 
                FINAL BUDGET FOR 1921M22 
was discussedo 
      Inasnauch as the regrents had given such careful consideration 
 to the legislative recommendations and in view of the fact that 
 the appropriations are sujbstantially the same in amount as those 
 submitted to the legislature, the i'egents :Celt that the FINANCE 
 COi'I'TTIE of the regents WILL NOT Bt ,WQUIPED to SEI-D THE BUDGET 
 TO THE REGENTS TEN DAYS BEFORE T =i.BOARD IDlEETING. It was left 
 to the President of the UniversitY %t* vrrange for the finance 
 committee meeting and the meeting of the Board for the adoption 
 of the budget, with the understanding that the Board meeting will 
 be concluded before July 20. 
      The matter of 11r. THORKELSON LEAVING the:'service of the 
 University was discussed by several of the regents, each of 
 whom expressed great regret. 
      On motion of Regent Haimmond, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
 it was                           - 
      VOTED, That H. J. THORKELSON Business Mvlanager, and Pro- 
 feessor of Steam and Gas Engineering, be granted LEAVE OF ABSVTCE 
 without pay for OITE YEAR, this leave to take effect at his con- 
 venience; that a commnittee, consisting of the incoming Presi- 
 dent of the Board of Regents, the President of the University, 
 and the Executive Committee of the Regents, be authorized to 
 make arrangements with M1r. Thorkelson for his ASSISTANCE VMHEN 
 EEDED throughout the year, and also to make arrangements to 
 carry on the work t the office of the Business Mianager, sub- 
 ject to the approval of the Board. 
      The President filed reports of leaves of absence and dis- 
 cipline with the Secretary. 
      P~esident Birge also filed with the Secretary a copy of a 
 letter which the STUJDENTS of the University of WTisc~nsinl SENT ...O, 
 the students in HIGH SCHOOLS OF WISCONSIIN. 


 
      The Business MYanager prcscnted and explained the annual 
 Report of the Purchasing Agent. 
      (Copy attkAcicd). 
      The Business Mranag-.r  , presented a memorandum re University 
 Bill 550o-S 
   -  (Copy attached). 
      President Birge reported that the LGIS-LATURE bad PASSED 
TTH3 U3 UTIVISITY APPROPRIATION BILL. 
      The matter af preparing the 
                FINAL BUDGET FOR 1921M22 
was discussedo 
      Inasnauch as the regrents had given such careful consideration 
 to the legislative recommendations and in view of the fact that 
 the appropriations are sujbstantially the same in amount as those 
 submitted to the legislature, the i'egents :Celt that the FINANCE 
 COi'I'TTIE of the regents WILL NOT Bt ,WQUIPED to SEI-D THE BUDGET 
 TO THE REGENTS TEN DAYS BEFORE T =i.BOARD IDlEETING. It was left 
 to the President of the UniversitY %t* vrrange for the finance 
 committee meeting and the meeting of the Board for the adoption 
 of the budget, with the understanding that the Board meeting will 
 be concluded before July 20. 
      The matter of 11r. THORKELSON LEAVING the:'service of the 
 University was discussed by several of the regents, each of 
 whom expressed great regret. 
      On motion of Regent Haimmond, seconded by Regent Buckstaff, 
 it was                           - 
      VOTED, That H. J. THORKELSON Business Mvlanager, and Pro- 
 feessor of Steam and Gas Engineering, be granted LEAVE OF ABSVTCE 
 without pay for OITE YEAR, this leave to take effect at his con- 
 venience; that a commnittee, consisting of the incoming Presi- 
 dent of the Board of Regents, the President of the University, 
 and the Executive Committee of the Regents, be authorized to 
 make arrangements with M1r. Thorkelson for his ASSISTANCE VMHEN 
 EEDED throughout the year, and also to make arrangements to 
 carry on the work t the office of the Business Mianager, sub- 
 ject to the approval of the Board. 
      The President filed reports of leaves of absence and dis- 
 cipline with the Secretary. 
      P~esident Birge also filed with the Secretary a copy of a 
 letter which the STUJDENTS of the University of WTisc~nsinl SENT ...O, 
 the students in HIGH SCHOOLS OF WISCONSIIN. 


 
On motion Of Regent Iohler, seconded by Regent Eimon, it was 
     VOTH, That IGCTENT ThEODCRE 11. HAiLUIOLTD be re-elected to 
 succeed himself as Regent of the University I.VM,11ER OF THE STATE 
 -OARD OF EDUCATION for the tv-o year term ending August 1, 1923. 
     President Birge discussed briefly the J-TNIOR COLLEGE bill 
and the TEAOCHMPINTSIOON BILL. 
     President Seaman, as retiring President, thanked the Regents 
Torstheir assistance and cooperation during the period of his 
presidency. 
     On motion of Regent Eimon, seconded by Regent Kohler, a 
rising vote .-as tnlcen in appreciation of Regent Seaman'ts service 
as President of the Board. 
     President Birge reported that ws-ord had been received from 
the U. S. W{AR DEPARThWENT that the 
                      UTT..ERSITY 0"F WTSCoITS i 
had been placed in the LT!STINGUISTD CLASO. 
     At 5:15 the meetiag 
                   A. DJO0 U R IT ET. 
                                  11. E. lcCaffrey, 
                                            Secret ary 
w-20-~ 


 
CANDIDATES FOR DAIRY SCHOOL CERTIFICATES 
                June 1921 
                Creamery 
Beler, Emil Julius 
Beretta, Joseph J., 
Elftman, Arthur 
Enloe, Ace John 
Haines, Verne Ransley 
Huser, Carl Martin 
Kiefer, Herbert William 
Korb, Paul 9. 
Schmidt, Henry 
Spielman, Carl Ferdinand 
                   Cheese Factoa* 
 Danke, Harvey Albert 
 Hohn, Villiam Fred 
 Lins, Walter Raymond 
 Mini-echeske, Edward Frank 
 Shomshak, August Rudolf 
 Stoehr, Henry George 
                     City Milk 
 Hoile, Edmund George 
,2,rse, Clinton Jerome 
Boscobel 
Red $,odge, Montana 
Hu4chinnson, Minn. 
Vtrona 
,idnot, Ss, D* 
Berlin 
Steuben 
Fai rater 
Winsted, Minn. 
Black Earth 
Dale 
Lyndhurst 
Wild Rose 
Homberg 
Clayton 
Gresham 
Madis on 
Madison 
4 


 
SHORT COURSE GRADUATES - 1921 
  Accola, -Walter E. 
  Alvstad, Stanley 
  Anderson, Alfred C. 
  Attoe, Irving 
  Attoe, Arnold 
  Baker, Alan G. 
  Baumann, Alexander W. 
  Barrows, Stanley R., 
  Beranek, Joseph A. 
  Berg, John 
  Bergelin, Harvey A. 
  Bernd, Wesley A. 
  Bestul, Casper W. 
  Bruins, Clarence 
  Brye, Clarence 
  Carman, Cornelius J. 
  Cimfl, Emil 
  Cleveland, Merlyn B. 
  Constance, Ralph E. 
  Curtis, Charleyr L. 
  Dahl, Gustav A. 
  Derr, Cyril T. 
  Dissmore, Clinton R. 
  Drunasky, Vi ctioor 
  Dybdall, Lester E. 
  Eckert, Erwin E. 
Elliott, William H. 
Everts, Clarence J. 
Flagler, Ralph B. 
Frank, Ward W1. 
Gates, Harold F. 
Ginter, John Francis 
Godfrey, Byron 
Gramling, Aaron A. 
Griffin, William 
Hammond, Lee K. 
Haraldson, John R. 
HasrTell, Clement D. 
Hatz, Lyma~n 
Havlik, W/esley 
Heimann, Adolph W. 
Hodgson, George 
Hogan:; William 5. 
Huser, Casper 5. 
-1-. 
  Prairie du Sac 
  Dodgeville 
  Cushing 
  Waut oma 
  VWaut oma 
  Gladstone, IT. J. 
  Marathon City 
  Kenoaha 
  Stangelville 
  Cashton 
  Qhilt on 
  New Richmond 
  Scandinavia 
  Fair Water 
  Coon Valley 
  Plymouth 
  Rice Lake 
  Seward, Ill. 
  Waupaca 
  Portage 
  Glenwood City 
  Marshall 
  Whi t ehall 
  Sun P rai rie 
  Scandinavia 
  Markesan 
  Stanberry 
  Milwaukee 
  Poynette 
Freeport, Ill. 
Plover 
Cottage Grove 
Wauwat osa 
Dousman 
Merrill 
Camp Douglas 
Davis, Ill. 
Windsor 
Prairie du Sac 
Wnenwoc 
Timothy 
Arena 
Wi sconsin Rapids 
Naine 
Address 


 
SHORT COURSEGGRADUATES, 1921 ( cont) 
Jacobson, Andrew 
Jahns, Erwin E. 
Jensen, Wilmar H. 
Johnson, Clarence H. 
Kalhoefer, Adolph F. 
Kappelman, V/rm 
Kilker, Irw-in T. 
Knapp, Walter A. 
Knutson, Adolph E. 
Kreuscher, Roy J 
Krueger, Rude 
Kuehl, August A. 
Kufahl, Arnold H. 
Lamb, Stuart 
Lammers, Henry J. 
Laiwton, Stephen R. 
Livingston., Alvin R. 
McKenna, Jchn J. 
M1ohnst Victor 
Mu rat, Raymond 
Nelson, John R. 
Northey, WValter 1. 
Wi thee 
Maricesan 
Luck 
Grantsburg 
Florence 
TvWo Rivers 
Egan, ILl. 
Ev anS'.vi -.lle 
Ogdensburg 
Union Grove 
Cecil 
Thowjzpe 
Wam.ert ow-n 
Janesville 
Cedar Grove 
A?-ion 
Livingston 
Viroqua 
W7aukesha 
S candinavi a 
Stangelvi lie 
Palmyra 
Ochs, Walter F. 
Odden, Helnier A. 
Olsen, AI± 
Sheboygan 
Barronett 
Warrens 
Pennycook, Stuart J. 
Peters, Victor J. 
Polzin, John 0. 
Poppe, Carl H. 
Precourt, Harry J. 
Phillips, Ralph 
Rich, John A. 
Richter, Leo R. 
Riemer, Andy H. 
Roeske, Arthur 
Ros-vell, Rayirond C 
Runde, Arnold 
Salter, Ivan J. 
Savile, Jonathan R. 
Schilling, Earl H, 
S chmidt,; Irvin 
Sherman, Lester 
Smith, ,WM, E. 
Sorenson, Verner 
Spielman, Howard 
Stahl, Bernard P. 
statin, 'Walter S. 
Suttiee, Lawrence 
Janesville 
Pepin 
Chippewa Falls 
Chicago, Ill. 
Plover 
Freeport, Ill. 
Prairie du Sac 
We yauvie ga 
Waut oma 
Waut oma 
0 conomowoc 
S.. n s i nav. a 
S o. Germant own 
Arena 
New Holstein 
Se-mour 
West McHenry 
Greenwood 
WVhi t e fi sh Bay 
S evward, Ill. 
West Bend 
Mondovi 
Antigo 


 
      SHORT COURSE GRADUATES, 1921 (cont.) 
Taylor, John 1f,                         Anti go 
Thulien, Guy M.                          Iola 
Uhrig, Fred Charles 
Vandervort, Alvin L. 
Wang, Oden E. 
Weber, Arthur G. 
Weinman, Bernard 
Welner, Arthur 
Weihreich, Chas, F. 
W'ilde, Rudolph F. 
Elkhart Lake 
Tomah 
Stanley 
New Holstein 
Neenah 
C olumbus 
Chicago, Ill. 
Thi ensville 
Zochert, Fred N. 
Wau sau 


 
D0Cb1'T177    aneiLI 77 June, 1921 
              (" -.. .. " r,T "-I-P  C0--1J. 'G E  OF  LETr
: °ý  7NC'; 
 CHANGES IN THET2 G'YC c ULL ," i OT E TELCOEiFGCO LTamS TnD S1 INC
     as fina Ily do ed by the Letters &nd Science ?acc Ity 
A   Desi gnations for Degrees.   LCfh B. A. degree conferred 
      shall beý-r-thn approprigte designat~on from the 
      following list: 
              A- (Course in ,iam-rnnities) 
              _-T~o~ise in Cormnerce7 
            B. A. rCourse in Journa1isra) 
B. Graduation Bequirements for the Degree of B. A. in the 
      gener,:].,  c ,ours'e 
      1. English Litern-t ure   A course ii. n  -glish Literature, 
           2 crea t throughout the    ,   thall be required 
           of all stu1ents To be i½e. in the Sophomore 
           year, or Ilater if necess a-o> 
    2. FreshmanCoxoposibor, Stude1.n r -ceiving a grade 
           of e:-celient in the fIrst semester of English I 
           sh 1i be ie-laieveo, from the r.,equirement to take 
           the second semvester of the course- 
    3.  Foreign I.ang-cE-a 7. 2he requiremrntn of 32 credits 
           in.forei ,,Yn-1 ge may be satisfied in a single 
           foreign language. 
        A student who' takes f major in a foreign la.nguage 
          must take at least 8 credits in a second foreign 
          language. 
        Eight credits, or their equivalent in high school 
           or high school Innd college work, ezre the small- 
           est number of credits in a foreign language 
           which may be accepted to.rr   the fulfilment of 
           the requirements ia foreign, language in the 
           general course 1eadiri to t.he degree of 3. A. 
    4. Mathematics. The credit~s in elem~entary courses in 
          mathematics shall be increased from 3 to ,I. 
          Group C of the i'equiremsn~s for the present 
          general B. A. course, will thus be amended to 
          the following: 


 
Two of the followiCr.g: 
              Nat-r-il scnerice, 10 cre.its 
              UItheI .Ui ', U c.ecit- 
              Histo o , .- Yre..I ts whi^h mast be tcken 
                 n9a ctitnuCU", 3 credit course run- 
                 ning thr. ougi Vwo semesters. 
C- A New Course L'eading to B. A. (Course in Ilumanities) 
   I. Five Groups- The student shall satisfy the requIrements 
          in each of the following five groups- 
     a. English Composition and Literature      -12 credits 
     b.  Foreign Language and L ;.erature 
         Three of the followirng to be absolved by com- 
         bining high school a.its and college credits: 
              11 ,atin24 
              ii Greek                         14 
              iii4 French .... a reading knowledkPe 
              IVa German ..... a reading ,-:wJedge 
     c. Economics, Histrcy,_Pol-tical  121enr)ce.-  10 credits 
          -of which si:-credtits must > tr, 1i4tory) 
     d. Natural Science    ------------          10 credits 
     e. Mathematics,_Pn loopb"y1-t- ---12 credits 
         Sat i sfi e- by  ahematics  lone, by Philosophy alone, 
         or by a com o-inatton of credil> in the two sub- 
         jects.  The cred I.Us in Ph'iloscphy are to be from 
         the Introduti-o to or History oPhilosophy, 
         Ethics, LogIo., or one semesk> o±' Psychology. 
         Elementary courses in Mat"hemaics shall carry 
         4 creditS. 
  2. Major and Thesis. The major must be chosen from the 
          following fi.elds: 
     a. Language, Literature. 
     b  Science. 
     c, EconomiCs, Hist_.ory, Political Science. 
     d. Mathematics, Phiio3ophy. 
  3. Electives. No electives may be tLJin in professional 
         courses, ezcept such as are required for the teachers t 
         cert i fi cate. 
Document 177 - 2 


 
D* The New.Agreement with the Law Szhooll 
  i. C'ndidEtes fc,r t, degree B. A. in the general corx s 
       who take fc       , fil ye.r &,_ .-, - ay - , ount thi3 s 3D 
       credits, L a  <  'c-- .he-120 requaired  _r t I- the 
       degree ,<ujc ;-o t4he foiTowing conditi ons- 
     a. The priviiege shall be o-en only to stuudents whW 
         have c-o I Lted..d 60 credits., L and S, wiJh 60 
         grade points. 
     b. The full year in law shall be distributed over 
         the Junior and Senior y iersrnot more thqntP) 
         credits being tnken in either year, nor more 
         than 25 in both. 
     c. The stulient shall Satisfy all requirements 
         respecuing a F,-ajor1 s1bjeot, and mN/ay elect as 
         his major stbjecc eit~er law or sorme sulbject in 
         the College of Lettr's and Scienace. 
  2. The courses in law ehall be chosen from the following li s V# 
         A   .e..n-3yLef-1 T- ..b1li ogra-phy 
                ,  P eac iT.g   I V    l r.!.,.. P op r try 
          Co ..t,.oital  a" v           3¼-rv i c, Comrrran ees
          Co'.                              Y .,t'.: .. 
                  CPcYal Law     Tort1; s 
         E:ui-.y 
E.   b.hje ,ajor i  Medoali ScienceI 
   1r A major i-rpe . T c, ,!ce.,e is authorized, for the 
         degree of B^ £   1 in t ha general course. 
   2. In addition to aZl of the requirements for the degree, 
         thre Sld enu electing this major subject shall1eRrn, 
         ,            ,rereau.ite to it, the following eredits- 
              General Chemistry, at least 8 credits 
              Organic Chemistry, at le st 4. credits 
              Biology,          at least 8 credits 
              Physics,          at least 8 credits 
   3. The work in the major shall consist of at least 20 
         credits, inc~ludinig thesis, in the medical sciences, 
         and 10 of them "'r--a]. be with~in, a sinale department 
         of the Me4 ~ical $:'-"o 
Document 177 - 3 


 
? Classification of atudenrts for Ada r.ce Work -and Thesis 
          Purposes 
     1." ,, At t               close of tke sophomore year 
          all t-;A     i. t i Gollege of Letters and Science 
          shall b   Q-7:2- orC& Iy divided into two groups on 
          the bsfi13 of grade points earned during the fresh- 
          man and sopnomore yeal.;s. Stuients wuho have earned 
          at least 50o more g'rade poirts ihan credits by the 
          end of the sophomcre yrear shall in some way be 
          uesignated as upper group students. A studentts 
          uppe: group status shall continue throughout the 
          remainder of hi:s college course as long as  the 
          total of a'. -graee points earned in college is 50% 
          greater than the total number of credits earned. 
          Upper gruxp st-atus may be established, however, at 
          any time afler the sophomore year when the total of 
          a student's grade points is 50% greater than the 
          total of his credits. 
      2.  Advanced Standing. Students transferring to the 
           Univerrsity of Wisconsin from other institutions 
           shall be regarded as upper group students only 
           after they have completed a y:ear of work, earn- 
           ing 50; mooe grade points t.- us credits. 
      3. AdvancedGou.rses, Upper gru-P.,p (iudents shall at 
           thJe disoretion- -of departm.ents be eligible for 
           more advanced work than other students. 
      4. Thesis. Urper group students shall coqply with the 
           present t hesi requirement for graduation. For 
           other studeai-.'s the thesis requirement shall be 
           optional with the major department. 
G. Other Amendments t o Exvisting Practice. 
      I. A Cowtrnmittee on Student English shall be created, con- 
           sisting of five members of the Faculty, one of whom 
           (not the chairman) shall be a member of the Depart- 
           ment of English. The committee .    will require the 
           full time of one expert in English composition. The 
           duties of the committee shall be: 
        a. to examine the work of students in the College of 
             L~etters and 3-ience (but i:. n the special courses) 
             reporb.ed to the co.mmittee ac deficient in English, 
             and to reciuire such students to take special work 
             in English before graduation;~ 
Document 177W t4 


 
    b, to conduct r sch special courses or conferences 
         as ma'y i  ecessa5ry; and 
                .to..          i t   v, studies in the 
         status of student Fnilish, and take the necessary 
         steps to improve the condition. 
2.- Conditions.  Cond-itions removed shall not yield 
         grade points. 
. Rpetition of Failures. A student who has failed in 
         a coarse shall be compelled to repeat it only 
         in oa,-e he chose this course to satisfy a 
         specific requirement for a major subject, a 
         special course, or a degree. 
Document 177 - 


 
                      MEMORANDUM REGARDING UNIVERSITY BILL 
                                1921 Legislature 
                    Ti   , '550 S), was introduced in the Senate by the joi-t
finance com- 
,   r-p,+ ...... of te ½gt lature o oJr.e 8, and itz gea.eral provisions
as compar7 c  with th Regents' 
            7 ;iFates were discussed. in a letter sent by the President to
each Regent on the 
  v-J 
          TheTo,, ci_sesson of !92,0 granted o ýev,- a rmillo..iondollars
of ic,.1:-e, a pporain 
Y".4*  -.   o  p~ain      :aneac      n Ord.inary Capit!  in addition
+o tehsia          p 
    a          Th.7ono.e failure to provide sufficient income to 'rieet these
app-roprainsncs 
        ae  , opro])riation from the General Fund to the University Fund,
income of , 20r,000 fo 
Uio 21,   Ti. T4. :   is included in section 5 of Bill 550 S as par.   20.40)(8).
       T.... nhve-¶ity again requested of the 1921 legislature an income
equivalent in amount 
   a 5,i miIu Gax. b:t the legislature is apparently unable to reach a decision
on taxation 
prcoub,-s, an d the 3/8 mill tax will probably continue in effect,    In
order 
   at.'' _on) rontjaiined. in the bil!, an addition to The 3/8 mill tax of
a sum not to exceed 
$823,675 for 1921-22 and. At76,175 for 1922-23 is to be appropriated from
the General (undto 
the University ?und Irncome. This is included under section 5 of Bill 550
S as Par.20.4o)(v). 
       Legislative aprropriations concerning the University are included
under some forty 
 separate sub-sections, which are detailed below and compared with 1919-20,
both estimated 
 and actual disbarsemecnts, as well as with the fiscal year now closing,
(1920-Z2),      In con- 


 
ý'.aering the budgets for l920-21 and the coming biennium, it must
be borne in mind that budge 
appropriations are shown, which are definite in the case of so-called. "specified
funds"      and 
estimated for "revolving funds . The actual disbursements in a single
year for"New Construe- 
tion" will of course be far less than the appropriations, particularly
in the case of the hos 
pital, with2.l'5,350,000 appropriated, of which probably less than- $50,000
will be expended by 
July 1, 1921. 
     With this statement the following comparisOns may be made as to the
total budget. 
                                  1919-20 
                                         iTh1 
                          Budget     Di*bs eln',tS      1920-21      1921-22
    1922-23 
  GranDistributed al  $3,579,228 7    3,978,080.45  $6,121,869.20  $5,078,305
675,l825,130 
  Univ.Pund FIncome    2,283,452o42   2,308,217,32   2,979,123.00   3,157,075
  3,310,375 
  ,en*eral Fund.         412,171.15     401,585,2      600,083,70     829,810
    722,210 
  Revolving fundsu o851,990,46        1,267,445o49   1,068,127.50   1,091,420
  1,092,545 
  S3pecia1 funds (Soldier 
  bonus & hospital)    __)31,614.70         832.62   1,474,53500 
                       3,579,228.73   3,978,080,45   6,121,869.20   5,078,305
  5,125,130 
      These actual and estimated disbursements are from the following sources:
 State of Wisconsir 
 3/8 mill tax          1,525,600,70   1,525,600.70  1,714,011.95   1,813,200
  1,914,000 
 Gen.Fd~for Univ,2d. Inc.                             207,000.00     823,675
    876,175 
 Reg*Geen.n. .transns er 3 328,171,15   335,324,98    511,583.70     53,310
     551,710 
 G~en .Pd atrans, lanad 
    and new constr'uction 84,000.00      66,260i04     88f500.00     296,5
  Special (Soldie- bonus 
     and hospital;       31,614,70         832.62    1,474,53500 
     Total from Slate 1,969,386.55   1,928,018,32   3,995,630,65   3,466,685
  3,512,385 
Other sources(feeC,                                                  520,200
    520,200 
    balances, etc       757,851,72     782,616,64   1,058,111.05 
Revolving Funds         851,990.46   1 267,445o49   1,068,127.50   1,091,420
14092 
                       -579-22873    3,9.78,0o80.4 -   .18.             ,
2 


 
    The following table shows the distribution of these totals by legislative
funds, and es- 
timates of the necessary income and details of the land. and new construction
plans for the 
coming biennium, 
                                     UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 
         Analysis of appropriations and actual expenditures for 1919-20,
approprlations for 
    1920-21 and appropriations for the coming biennium 1921-23 as provided
in Legislative 
    Bill 550 So 
Note: U- University Fund Income, G    General Fund, R = Revolving fund estimates.
                                     1919-20 
                            Budget     Di e5ursements     19,20-21     1921-22
R $213,930 
R   15,000 
U 1635,344 
20.38 (8) U*S.Grants 
          Gifts 
20*41 (1)(a) Operation 
R $2081460.46 
R   13,000. 
U 1577,056. 
Bal. July 1, 1919   U  436,756.42 
Soldier bonus     Spl.  19,539 -170 
Add'l. Operation 
Adfd'l. Operation* 
Est.for coal (sum sufficient) 
Est. for insur.("     ,     ) 
   Emergency 
A    TOTAL 
2,033,352.12 
20.41 ()(b) Semitics   U 
         (c) MaintenanceU 
         (d) Books & 
              Appar. * U 
              Books Bal. G 
         (e) Lab. Sup.-4 
              Mill* SuitGsR 
         New Constr.    G 
         Land           G 
         "(Marshfie(d) G 
         New Hospital. 
         "    "    Sit e 
 20.41(1)(h) Sale 0'Appar. 
         (i) Sch , f XA9i.c R . 
5,2500 
81, 390 
95,000 
28,855.15 
  ot226,756o16 
R 76,769.40 
U 2016,387.80 
U       23.92 
2,016,411.72 
U 
U 
U 
C. 
93,200 
63,000 
6,000 
15,000 
  5,250 
  96,906,22 
  93,373.15 
  28,855.15 
167,106.31 
45,349.79 
  5,910.25 
  15,000. 
240. 
R $ 213,930 
R     15,000 
U 1,635,344 
Spl. 100,000 
U    998,529 
2, 73,3873 
    5,250 
  125,000 
  120,000 
  1533200 
  88,500 
U 
U 
U 
R   213,930 
R    15,000 
U 1,635,344 
U 
U 
U 
U 
U 
U 
R 
G 
G 
  998,529 
  92,827 
  150,300 
  25,000 
2,902,000 
    5,250 
  154,825 
  195,610 
  139,850 
  176,000a 
  120,5000 
U 
U 
U 
U 
998,529 
225,027 
150,300 
25,000 
3,034,200 
U    5,250 
U 170,925 
G 199,51q 
R  139,850 
G  170,500b 
Spl.1,350,000" 
  G   209,283.70O 
2,500     R      621,41 R      2,500 R 
2,500  R    ',500 
3 
1922-*23 


 
        1919-20 
             ABeTal 
Budget    Disbursements 
         (b) 
         (c) 
         (d) 
         (af) 
20.41 (3) (a) 
         (b) 
         (c) 
         (cr) 
         (d) 
         (e) 
         (h) 
         (hr) 
         (i) 
         (ir) 
         (k) 
         (I) 
       (ir) 
         (i) 
         (n) 
20,. 41 (:)a 
        (b) 
     (5) (a) 
        (b) 
        (7 ) 
20.41 (7) 
20.41(1 
200.41(2 
)() 
(1) 
)(a) 
(ar) 
Clinic & Hosp. 
stores Revolving 
Uni v. Ext e nsi on 
  " Ext.Bal. 
Univ.Ext. Fees 
  "T "Soldier 
  bonus        ST 
U.Ext.*Books ,etc 
U.Ext.L C & C 
U.Ext .Med, 
U.X.War Emerg. 
Farm. Institutes 
Agr.Extensi on 
Dem. Stations 
Branch Sta.Oprt 
Br. Sta.Maint. 
"IT  I Cap. 
Co.Agr.Rep. 
Soils 
Soils Revolv. 
Hog Chol.Serum 
"1      Revolv. 
Agr. Sales 
Land Clearing 
  "it  "T Bal., 
  "if ý " REVo1v, 
Waushara Co. 
  lt   Co.oImpr. 
Door County 
Pharm.Exp. $ta. 
  It   IT  1T 
Dorm.& Commons 
Gyms Fees 
Ath. Council 
Memorial Park 
47,571.33 
14,596.52 
200,769.08 
82,363.83 
R $ 52,500 
G    171,110 
G    .26,406 
R     59,700 
Pl.   12,075 
*.G    5,000 
R     40,000 
G      5,500 
U     20,000 
u     40,000 
G      3,000 
R      4,535 
G     15,685 
G      1,500 
0      1,315 
G     45,000 
G      2,000 
R        990 
G      2,500 
R     11,755 
R    149,700 
G      7,500 
G      4,500 
G      3,000 
u      5,000 
0      5,000 
R        500 
R    178,150 
R      6,000 
R    31,000 
G       300 
R 
R 
G 
R 
G 
R 
G 
G 
U 
u 
G 
R 
G 
0G 
0 
0 
0 
B 
0 
R 
B 
0 
B 
0 
0 
U 
B 
R 
R 
R 
0 
1920"21 
85,522.50 
0 190,000. 
G    10,000 
R    95,000 
l. 24,535 
G     5,000 
't   41,060 
G     5,500 
U    20,000 
U    40,000 
G     3,000 
R     5,675 
G   15,685 
G     1,500 
G     1,315 
G    50,000 
G     2,000 
R     1,600 
G     2,500 
BR  11,755 
R  165,500 
G     7,500 
G     3,000 
U   12,000 
G     5,000 
R       500 
R  237,800 
R    9,085 
R   50,000 
G      300 
  1921-22 
R 100,000 
G 200,000 G 
R   96,000 R 
0 
U 
U 
0 
B 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
B 
0 
B 
0 
  5,000 
  45,000 
  5,500 
  20,000 
  4 5,000 
  3,000 
  6,035 
  19,000 
  1,500 
  2,000 
  58,000 
  5,000 
  1,600 
  2,500 
159,700 
15,000 
G 
R 
G 
U 
U 
G 
R 
G 
G 
G 
G 
G 
R 
0 
B 
0 
  6,528.78 
  42,942.69 
  5,539.71 
    433.94 
 24,270.64 
 40,354.52 
 2,000 
 6,911.05 
 15,698.29 
 1,382.87 
    744.53 
 46,630.43 
 2,444.23 
 1,063.57 
 2,489.52 
 14,131.98 
 251,688.05 
 11,572.t3 
 14,995.56 
 4,231,85 
    406.16 
    406.10 
  5,232.30 
    571.53 
238 f  ,.a84 
  9,619.57 
  70,978t69 
G 
G 
R 
R 
B 
R 
0 
12,000 
  5,000 
    500 
237,800 
  9,845 
  63,660 
G 
G 
R 
R 
R 
R 
1,200 G 
t 
G    3,000 G 
365.61 
4 
1922-23 
100,000 
200,000 
  96,000 
  5,000 
  45,0ooo 
  5t500 
  20,000 
  45,000 
  35000 
  6,035 
  19, 000 
  1,500 
  9,500 
  65,000 
  5,000 
  1,600 
  2,500 
  159,700 
  15,000 
  3,000 
  12,,000 
  5,000 
     500 
 237,800 
 10,445 
 64,165 
 1,2Q0 


 
                                    1919-20 
;- Q:i ,                      Budget   Disourserent s 
5 
1920-21 
1921-22 
1922.-23 
St ... .t) "ions U 23,000 U               17,611.47 U   23,000 U   30,000
U   35,000 
       Fuee Insurance                Spl.    832.62 
       Roflnd-s Tuition               U   13,525a82 
               Tax                    U      107.68 
                                   wuu~mom_"                     %mom,,two".
TO TALS 
$3,579,228.73 3978,080.45 6,121,869.20 5,078,305 5,125,130 
>),Q COO f.rmeuly charged to Heat and Water under Operation 20.41 (1)(a)
changed to 
   tntc~a..nce 20.41 (l)(c) and .$30,000 (New Construction- Current) formerly
charged 
   t3 :ai r3trnance 20o41 (l4(c) Thange to Appa-ratus and. permanent equipment
20.41 (1)-(d). 
lo"V  n on'tracti on 1921-22 
b. New Construction 1922-23 
Chemi st-y addition 
Ag...Bldg. and. track 
"   boil.ler 
Soy vie Bldg. 
Water. Mains 
Meeters 
  90,000 
  31,000 
  15,000 
  25,000 
  12,000 
  3,000 
$176,000 
    c, Land Estimates 
Beef Cattle Barn 
Elec. sub-station 
Boilers, etc. 
Tunnels, etc. 
$16 ,000 
  40,000 
  so,000 
  26.,,500 
$170, 500 
Edmondson 
Birge 
Hinze 
Xempf 
Brown 
$45,000 
35,000 
20,000 
12,000 
  8,500 
120#500 
) Union Bldg. 
  Hospital 
  Hoard Memorial 
- Service Bldg. 


 
(fre-ts sity Furn  Income Appropriations 
timated. rccclept+s to meet appropriations 
    z/ 18mill "-A 
    .Orterere s TUJiversity Fund. 
        "    "T CiLrent balances 
             Agr. College fund 
     "IS eresid. e nt tuition 
     L,:,.r session tuition 
     iroldental fees 
     I....... ". sources 
 7.as-fve from General ?Pd. not to exceed 
  1921N-22 
$3,157,075 
I 813,200 
    10,000 
    15,000 
    13,000 
    221,000 
    50,000 
    191,200 
    20,000 
I .823,675 
'3#1571075 
  1922-w23 
$3,310,375 
1,914,000 
    10,000 
    15,000 
    13,000 
    221,000 
    50,000 
    191,200 
    20,000 
    8764175 
$3,310,375 
.e       on of the large appropriation for Operation (See A of total analysis)
  t.&:o,::g the various University divisions is as follows: 


 
                     1919 
.A  (r Jb. 2;  2 ,o 33i35 2.12 
A..dlinr and Gl era1 
General Iibrary 
physical  d u   .ati,r 
Mil itary Sc i en.c 
0o!,of Letters and. 
     Science 
Colo of Agriculure 
C0!. of Engin.ee-iuFg 
Iavw School 
Meddical School 
S-hool of Music 
School of Ed.ucaticn 
immmer Session 
I.  i enic Labobratc ry 
<; hnb urn Observatory 
Pc'reet Products Lab, 
Phlysical. Plant 
157,499 
299335 
54,615 
  7,340 
692,737 
323,447.19 
139,575 
33,585 
123,684 
29,993 
45,857 
54,185,93 
13,835 
  7:, 210 
312,454 
-20 
    'AcTual         1920-21 
$2,016,411.72 $2,733,873.00 
150,846.89 
29,789.52 
46,654.54 
"10,253.15 
703,849.01 
324,155.82 
124,075.40 
33,057.59 
122,169.59 
30,468.09 
45,237.02 
56,152.62 
13,573.38 
  6,624.96 
    867,37 
317,527.60 
194,516 
38,800 
62,600 
11,720 
914,600 
486,645.53 
223,335 
44,135 
166,466 
36,505 
53,075 
76,032.87 
17,435 
  6,825 
401,182.60 
Sum sufficient for coal 
Sum suf.for insurance 
   1921-22 
$2,902,ooo 
   211,946 
   44,195 
   69,095 
   12,162 
   947,t15 
   514,132 
   239,750 
   49,965 
   186,388 
   40,400 
   58,190 
   100,280 
   18,635 
     9,885 
   224,362 
   150,300 
   25,000 
   1922-23 
$3,03,200 
222,086 
47,040 
72,795 
12,162 
985,530 
547 t216 
248 ' 500 
52,065 
195,698 
42,400 
59,840 
104,067 
19,995 
  9,985 
239 ,521 
150,300 
25,000 
Dormitories & Commons 
Army Schools 
Milwaukee Branch 
Acct. Smith-Eutghes 
Totals 
8,000 
  190,71 
1,481.25 
2,399.7l 
$2,033,352.l2 $2,0c6,41l. 72 $2,733,873.Q0   $2,902,000  $3,034,200 
June 15, 1921 
17 


 
                    TLHE        Y 117, ,1R '7... .. .. " NSI 
                             DT (Ao~ 1 S 0 1-1 
   Office of the                          ..ay I , 92 
   Purchasing Agent 
         4Tr. H. J. Thorkelson, 
         Business Man age r 
         University of W.isconsin 
         Dear Sir: 
                 Attached is comparative stttement of the 
         business transacted bytthe Purchasing Department, and 
         Stores DepHartment under its direction, or the years 
         1919 'and 1920 ending December 31 1920. STr-O RE S 
         REPORT (See App-endix), 
                         Yours very U e t frunys, 
                             (Signed) F. X. Rsttgerm o 
                                     Purchasing Agent 
StrsDprmn                 ne   tsdrcin       o  h   er 


 
          The fall of 1-920 .iitnessed the "break" in market 
 conditions which. had been expected since the signing of the 
 armistice in November, 1918, Contrary to all expectations 
 prices did not decline sharply after hostilities ceased but 
 advanced steadily until June and July, 1920, when the .peak 
 was reached. 
          Deliveries during 1920 were, for the most part, very 
 poor.  Quotations, exoept in rare cases, were practically un- 
 obtainable, goods being sold on the "price prevailing at 
 time of delivery" basis.  Since the "break", prices have
 generally continued to decline and in some lines the prices 
 now are below the actual cost of production., Reaction in 
 these lines is undoubtedly bound to occur. That still 
 further declines are bound to come, is generally accepted, 
 but how far prices will decline or what levels will 
 eventuallly maintain, is a question. There is at present no 
 fair basis for comparison. Selling prices are considered fair 
 and reasonable when they represent the cost of raw material, 
 plus cost of production and distribution, plus a reasonable 
 profit. 
          The process of removing excess inflation, occasioned 
by abnormal w~r time conditions, will be slow and likely to 
cover a period of from three to six yearsr 
         As previously stated prices in some lines are now 
below the cost of production, but still somewhat above 


 
pre-war prices. The'most notable exanpLe is that of 
Agricultural products. Since Agriculture is the larges7c 
single industry in the world, and since its relationship 
to all other industries is so far reaching, it is otir 
bC -2ef tht incdu srij.1 r4n.-tions generally viI1 not improve 
until prices paid for agricultural products yield the 
producer a fair return. 
          Our requirements can roughly be divided into 
six classes as follows: 
          I. Mietals, and metal products. 
          2. Agricultural products, cotton, food stuffs. 
          3. Paper, paper products, office supplies. 
          4. Scientific- apparatus, glassware, chemicals. 
          5. Lumber, furnzture, filing equipment. 
          6. Oils, soaps, leather goods, miscellaneous. 
          Comparing present prices with those of 1913 we find 
the situation in the various classes about as follows: 
                   Highest           Percent 
                   ab ove            ab ove 
                   1913              1913 
     Group i.      95-105            40-60 
     Group 2.      160               26 
     Group 3.      180               65 
     Group 4.      150               90-100 
     Group 5.      180-200           65-80 (Office faniture 
                                           declined but very 
     Group 6.      150               65-80     little) 
     Average       160               65 


 
-3- 
        it is our belief that -orice declines since "break" as
compared to 1913 levels cannot be taken for anythiiif but a 
slight indication that further reductions are still coming. 
        It will be noted from the report herewith that the 
number of purchase orders placed during the year 1920 is 
about 180 less than the year previous.    In this connection 
we must keep in mind that during the year 1919 a large 
number of orders for vocational students' requirements were 
-laced through the purchasing department. This must also 
be taken into account in comparing the total money value 
of the total purchases for the years 1919-1920.    Still the 
total purchases for 1920 exceed those of 1919 by approxinate- 
ly $')93,000. The statement of the classifications of 
purchases shows wherein the increases occur* 
       Attention is especially invited to the report show- 
ing where the orders issued were placed, e.g., local, state, 
United States, foreign, cancellations etc. The number of 
cancellations were materially increased but when we consider 
that industry in general was in the throes of an epidemic 
of "Cancell31-itis" the figure really reflects a compliment 
to my predaecessor, and indicates that sources were very 
well chosen.   Inability to supply was invariably the reason 
for order cancellation. 
       Although ot~r connection as purchasing agent has been 
of but brief duration we are gratified at the progress made 
thus far.   The personnel of the purchasing department is 


 
exceptional, c.l.,.k.,/e and efficient to a high, degree. The 
cooperation of the various department of the University has 
been splendid.   It is our hope that this continuity wi21 
result in even greater and more effecLive service to the 
Univers ity, 


 
IUUP CASE L CIRDF{PS I S SUED 
1919 
          No. *ver- 
          Orders  Arnourt sge 
Local     6217  224,424.15 36.i0 
State     1982  144,956.02 73.13 
U.S.      4266  223211775.08 52.45 
Foreign     25    1,534.28 61.37 
No Charge   24 
Cancelled  276 
         12790594, 687.53 46.50 
19,20 
No.              A-ve - 
0 dders Amu ount% a gri 
5232   290,078.08 37.89 
2028   149,597.49 73.76 
4772   335,214.98 70.24 
   46    2,366.20 51.44 
   17 
   466 
12611  637,256.75 54.49 
Numibber of firms with whoam orders were C., ed: 
Average amount -each firm: 
Salaries 
Postage 
Stationery, etc. 
Furniture and equipment 
Travel 
Periodicals, etc. 
Cost per order 
Decrease in orders 15/ 
Cost of Administration 
        1919               1920 
      'd51596,00        ;)6, 383.00 
         450.00            450.00 
         350.00            550.00 
         95.00               7.00 
         35.00              10,00 
         70.00              70.00 
      $6,596o 007-7,470,00 
                     Increase  .13 
1919 
2372 
250.80 
1920 
2510 
273.76 


 
STATL-2E,  uNT 0FiU S HAKIDLED 
1919-1920 
1919 
Loca! 
State - 
U.S. (Excl. of Wisconsirn) 
$224,424. 15 
144,95"6.02 
223,773.08 
Foreign 
           C594o687, 3 
Classif ication of Purchases 
"20oo, 078. o8 
149,597.49 
335,214.98 
  S - 66.20 
687,6..7 
1!912 
Electric Supplies and. Wire        19,352.32 
Plumbing supplies                  11,456.48 
Janitor supplies                    2,614.08 
Office supplies                    11,595.64 
Hardware                           13,034.61 
Lumber                             23,008.29 
Bmi),ing material                  14,661.76 
Paper and envelopes                15,528.80 
Furniture & Filing Equipment       31,5097.75 
Feeds                              51,772.48 
  i.Aemicals and drugs             17,711.23 
  Szi. appar. and SUp.             44,496 27 
  Machinery and tools              36,243 89 
  Paints, oils and glass           10,731.18 
  Athletic goods and eqfuipment     9,497.67 
  Steel, iron, brass               10,587.19 
  Books and periodicals            20,710.54 
  Supplies for Vocational students  4,581.03 
#I1i scellaneous                  245,5 5C6.3.2- 
$594,687.v53 
    1920 
  14,775.65 
  4,584,93 
  "*83, 556.95 
  14,5)99.49 
  10,393 .05 
  16,311.-1 
  14,143.696 
  29,731.68 
  42,737.50 
  50,1441.53 
  39,926.81 
  90,704.26 
  69,562."51 
  10,165.89 
  22,383.79 
  7,896.55- 
  43,010.o3 
-197,3 al-V 04# 
$687.,256.O4 
#See attached list showing some of the items of $500.00 or 
     more included in miscellaneous amount. 
192-0. 


 
OR 0V-i~RCHARGED n7fl MT3. 0 cC0LUTJTh 
Pipe'covering, asbestos 
Pipe, riveted, pressure 
Contract for laying riveted    i 
Contract-work in Engineering shops 
Contract.,; rainwater sewers 
Contract, steam tunnels' 
Contract, concrete conduits--------------- 
Contract-for storm sewer 
Contract, Elec. work in Eng. Shops at 
                              CamiP Randall-- 
 Contract, foundation and ditching of 
                      General Hospital------ 
 Cattle   0-6N"0.Ma  --ff . - UM 
 Hogs' 
 Coal, screenings 
 Evergreens ......-..-...................... 
MVaterial and laying of brick -pavement 
Water 
Truck, Kissel ----- 
Diplomas, engrossing------------- 
Cartons, butter print----------------M--- 
Repairs on link belt conveyor 
Rent of land------------------------------- 
Films . 
Building for Mir. Delwiche-............ 
Motion Picture Film Negatives-------------- 
Grading of Sidetrack to track scales- 
Heating of Engineering Shops      MO- ------- 
Bull, pure bred Holstein (half-interest)--- 
Cartridging T. N. T. 
1l, o76.2i9 
L ,6C0 .00 
  7,818.00 
    ),L 0o.40 
    900.00 
 4,785.00 
 1,143 .00 
 2,037.75 
 1,876.oo 
   752.08 
 7,427.17 
 1,230 .00 
 7,738.74 
   b22.80 
   6oo.oo 
   847 a09 
 2,290.49 
   596.92 
   772.92 
 1,682.50 
   6o0.oo 
 19,500.00 
   580.00 
 4 ,0000.00 
   597.29 
 6,359.oo 
 1,7r5000 
33,140.o00 
$94,923.34 


 
                            APPEND I X 
    REPORT OF STORES OPERATIONS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEBER 31, 1920 
      The effectiveness of the service of the Stores is dependent t.POn 
 these points: 
                    1. Proper stock list. 
                    2. Adequate quantities in stodk. 
                    3. Supervision and op*ration. 
      W are analyzing our stock with a view of eliminating as far as 
 possible unnecessary grades and styles of the same commodity.   Stand- 
 ardization is aimed at wherever practical, although not to such an ex- 
 tent as to preclude the use of other materials, should occasion de- 
 mand a change.  It has been found thatbin some instances material has 
 been carried in stock for the exclusi've need of a certain department. 
 These items are being eliminated for the reason that cash is being 
   -. up unnecessarily. 
      It is our purpose to maintain a well balanced stock of the var- 
.:...s commodities based, as far as possible, on past requirements. 
Cooperation between the various branchhb: of the Service departments 
and the Stores is necessary so that sudden and unusual demands may be 
provided for. During the past year, ending December 31, 1920, diffi'"
culty was experienced in a few cases where unusual demands were made 
upon the stores. In view of the high prices and a limited operating 
capital it wvas difficult at times to maimtaiha a normal stock. Condi- 
tions, howTever, have im~proved greatly, and we are looking forwTard to 
greater efficiency than ever before. 
     The Univer~ity maintains twro distinct stores:  Store "A",
in the 
Service Building, and Store "C" in the basement of the Chemlistry


 
  Luilding. both of :Trhich are under the supervision of Storekeeper, 
  irr. R. J. Schanel. it is necessary, because of the maintenance of 
  separate stores to have tw"o forces, to operate.  If it were possible
  to bring both stores under the same roof we believe the efficiency 
  -.ould be increased  more people wzould become familiar w7ith the same
  line of york, and a greater volume of business could be handled 'With 
  the same personnel.  We also believe much lost motion could be ob,.- 
  viated by having the two stores consolidated, provided proper ppace 
  and location could be found.  It is hoped that space for combined 
  stores trill be provided in the proposed addition to the Service 
  Bti Iding. 
      The Purchasing Department cooperated with certain of the State 
 Boards in the matter of joint requirements. On April 3rd, a joint 
 contract covering Mtlazda lamps was entered into uith the State Board 
 of Control, the State Board of Normal SchoolsRegents, and the Super- 
 :tendent of Public Property. By virtue of this contract the various 
 institutions concerned receive a discount of 31% from the price list 
 Ci all purchases of Mitazda lamps up to $5000.00, and 33% on all pur- 
 chases if the total amounts to $10,000o.oC 
      An order has recently been placed for paper towTels for-both the 
State Board of Normal School Regents and the University in order to 
take advantage of carload price. 
     The University also supplies occasional needs of chemicals and. 
glassw~are to the various normal schools and to the State Board of 
Health for use in its cooperative laboratories throughout the state. 
It is our intention vrherever possible to be of service to these var- 
ious state institutions and to encourage them to place their o-ord' 
through the Purchaing Department of the University, thereby in/ 


 
in7 our buying - ovier. 
     It illi be noted from tni.s re-oort that there has been an nn- 
crease of epproximately y36,1000o00 in-1920 o0er 191Y in the busi- 
ness handled through the Stores De-artment, and the cost of opera- 
tion has been reduced. Present inventories (LJ'ay -15r- 1921) showr 
  "(ore"A v"ith a stock in amount $42,300, a:nid S0ore "C"
$39,750.00 
         ,300                                ý-re"",$9,ý


 
         Sy-P4Li               TaO -Y <,, . January 1, 1921 
                               1$I%9             c)20 
E! ect ricaI Sup_!]i   )l................... $.  3 2.16.2.7   - SpoO 
                                    2,662760 .00 
  -i7>.. i f-_ r4 ._              4 . 66.6 '760 -0 
Janitor Suppl i es                 4         65  00 
office Supplies3,448v32                      6440.00 
Hardware ----------------- --I,641.90        1,800.00 
Cement-----------2C7.66                       100.00 
Lumber-   -   -    -   -    --        53.48  2,275.00 
Paper and Paper Products-......-3,858818     815'00.00 
Paints, Oils and Brush-e-s..................   3,032.31     3,500-00 
M1iscellaneous ......            _ ---9 P   1k8    L.8 
                  .8. 
                                  ..32 604.07  $49,305.87 
                        STORE "C" 
 Chemicals--------------.----.0.-v.-*.-.-_-I**  12,572'*19  16,829.03 
 Apparatus -- - -- --.&. . . .. ...-......----4.mmo aV m.......826i 5
 , ot a l S t o r e " C " . . . . . . . . . .7_ ..... 
 GRAND TOTAL, Stores "A"l and "0"-$.59,362108 $93,792.97
                 BUSIINESS HAIhDLED 
 Store "A" l                ....... $66,390.16 $77,196.87 
 Store "C"-----------------m-----    -06.88  57,O%4.96 
                                  $98 ,697.04 $134,231.83 
                  COST oF orERTToIT 
Store JAA" 
Store "C" 
$4,157.89 6.3%  5,239.89 6.77% 
3,069.99 9.5% 3,540.98 6.22% 


 
                  ADJOTJIUITh MEET Ii:G OF ThE BOARD OF REGEITTS . < ..
                              M.a dis on,  Wj5 ofS in. 
            SJuly 7, 1921,                 5-00 p.m 
    " /President Kohler presiding,                                 
 - 
       PRESENT: Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Butler, Faast, Hammond,  
                Kohler, Perkins, Seaman. $,...: 
       ABSENT: Regents Callahan, Eimnon, Horlick, JOnes, Mahoney, 
                Miller, Trottman. 
                A letter was received from RegentE ion explaining that 
       business appointments would prevent his attendance at the meeting.
                President 1irge advised that he had a letter from Regent
       Trottman explaing that important appointments would prevent his 
       attendance at the meeting. 
                A letter was received from Regelt +%aIIoney e..plaining that
      he could not come on account of important-. iatters pending before
      his court, 
                President -irge explained that Regent Callahan was 
      absent attending the Regional Citizens' Conference called by the 
      U0 S. Conmissioner of Education at De-s M-oines, oiWa. 
               Telephone communications were received from Regent Horlick
      and Regent Miller in explanation of their absence. 
               Dean Goodnight, Director of the Sumimer Session, appeared
      before the regents and presented modifications of the suunnier 
      session budget aggregating   4,27.2,     crease over the original 
      budget; this increase to be charged against the ::!5,000 contingent
S~    in the budget. 
  :           On motion of Regent Perkins,   econuded by Regent Faast, 
     it was   VOTED, That the ammendmensts to the suImn~er session budget
      be approved as presented. (Copy attached). 


 
                  ADJOTJIUITh MEET Ii:G OF ThE BOARD OF REGEITTS . < ..
                              M.a dis on,  Wj5 ofS in. 
            SJuly 7, 1921,                 5-00 p.m 
    " /President Kohler presiding,                                 
 - 
       PRESENT: Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Butler, Faast, Hammond,  
                Kohler, Perkins, Seaman. $,...: 
       ABSENT: Regents Callahan, Eimnon, Horlick, JOnes, Mahoney, 
                Miller, Trottman. 
                A letter was received from RegentE ion explaining that 
       business appointments would prevent his attendance at the meeting.
                President 1irge advised that he had a letter from Regent
       Trottman explaing that important appointments would prevent his 
       attendance at the meeting. 
                A letter was received from Regelt +%aIIoney e..plaining that
      he could not come on account of important-. iatters pending before
      his court, 
                President -irge explained that Regent Callahan was 
      absent attending the Regional Citizens' Conference called by the 
      U0 S. Conmissioner of Education at De-s M-oines, oiWa. 
               Telephone communications were received from Regent Horlick
      and Regent Miller in explanation of their absence. 
               Dean Goodnight, Director of the Sumimer Session, appeared
      before the regents and presented modifications of the suunnier 
      session budget aggregating   4,27.2,     crease over the original 
      budget; this increase to be charged against the ::!5,000 contingent
S~    in the budget. 
  :           On motion of Regent Perkins,   econuded by Regent Faast, 
     it was   VOTED, That the ammendmensts to the suImn~er session budget
      be approved as presented. (Copy attached). 


 
                  ADJOTJIUITh MEET Ii:G OF ThE BOARD OF REGEITTS . < ..
                              M.a dis on,  Wj5 ofS in. 
            SJuly 7, 1921,                 5-00 p.m 
    " /President Kohler presiding,                                 
 - 
       PRESENT: Regents Birge, Buckstaff, Butler, Faast, Hammond,  
                Kohler, Perkins, Seaman. $,...: 
       ABSENT: Regents Callahan, Eimnon, Horlick, JOnes, Mahoney, 
                Miller, Trottman. 
                A letter was received from RegentE ion explaining that 
       business appointments would prevent his attendance at the meeting.
                President 1irge advised that he had a letter from Regent
       Trottman explaing that important appointments would prevent his 
       attendance at the meeting. 
                A letter was received from Regelt +%aIIoney e..plaining that
      he could not come on account of important-. iatters pending before
      his court, 
                President -irge explained that Regent Callahan was 
      absent attending the Regional Citizens' Conference called by the 
      U0 S. Conmissioner of Education at De-s M-oines, oiWa. 
               Telephone communications were received from Regent Horlick
      and Regent Miller in explanation of their absence. 
               Dean Goodnight, Director of the Sumimer Session, appeared
      before the regents and presented modifications of the suunnier 
      session budget aggregating   4,27.2,     crease over the original 
      budget; this increase to be charged against the ::!5,000 contingent
S~    in the budget. 
  :           On motion of Regent Perkins,   econuded by Regent Faast, 
     it was   VOTED, That the ammendmensts to the suImn~er session budget
      be approved as presented. (Copy attached). 


 
         The report of the finance committee on the Budget for   -i- 
1921--22 was taken up for ons ideration. 
         It has not been the-practice of the regents to consider t-e 
budget before the appropriations are available, but, as BUsiness 
kianager Thorkelson found it necessary to leave at once, it was 
deemed desirable to have the finance committee and the board meet 
before he leaves and approve the budget tentatively. 
         The secretary was authorized to insert in the budget the 
appointments, reappointments, promotions, and leaves of absence 
)r the year 1921-22, as shown in Exhibit A. (Copy attached). 
       On motion of Regent Hammond, seconded by Regent Faast it was 
       VOTED, That the budget for 1921-22 as aamended by the finance 
)mmittee be adopted, Subject to the approval of the appropriation 
         Called vote was taken, all regents presentivotlng~nL, 
and voting "aye". 
         On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Kohler, it 
was      VOTED, That the matter of fees for the Extension Division 
be refe   d tth       versitExtension ¢orliittee and thePresident 
of the University. 
         On motion of Regent Kohler, secordied by Regent Butler, 
it was   VOTED, That the matter of issuing ,-ertificates of courses 
:ted in the University ExtensionIDivwsicn be referred to the 
,sity Extension Committee and the President of--the University. 
   It was 
be accepted and that President Birge be requested to make acknowledg- 
to Dr. Bradley. 
             RECO1MEEDAT IONS OF THE PFPxSJIDENT 
                        --Leters and 5cece- 
     I.  That the following persons be axQiflnted professorial 
assistants to the executive committee of Letters and science for 
the second semester of 1920-21, at a comyipenrsat ion in each case of 
U50 for the semester, to be charged to adilnistration - letters and 
science: C. D. Cool, L. W. Dowling, George Vlagner. 
         Adopted. 
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         The report of the finance committee on the Budget for   -i- 
1921--22 was taken up for ons ideration. 
         It has not been the-practice of the regents to consider t-e 
budget before the appropriations are available, but, as BUsiness 
kianager Thorkelson found it necessary to leave at once, it was 
deemed desirable to have the finance committee and the board meet 
before he leaves and approve the budget tentatively. 
         The secretary was authorized to insert in the budget the 
appointments, reappointments, promotions, and leaves of absence 
)r the year 1921-22, as shown in Exhibit A. (Copy attached). 
       On motion of Regent Hammond, seconded by Regent Faast it was 
       VOTED, That the budget for 1921-22 as aamended by the finance 
)mmittee be adopted, Subject to the approval of the appropriation 
         Called vote was taken, all regents presentivotlng~nL, 
and voting "aye". 
         On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Kohler, it 
was      VOTED, That the matter of fees for the Extension Division 
be refe   d tth       versitExtension ¢orliittee and thePresident 
of the University. 
         On motion of Regent Kohler, secordied by Regent Butler, 
it was   VOTED, That the matter of issuing ,-ertificates of courses 
:ted in the University ExtensionIDivwsicn be referred to the 
,sity Extension Committee and the President of--the University. 
   It was 
be accepted and that President Birge be requested to make acknowledg- 
to Dr. Bradley. 
             RECO1MEEDAT IONS OF THE PFPxSJIDENT 
                        --Leters and 5cece- 
     I.  That the following persons be axQiflnted professorial 
assistants to the executive committee of Letters and science for 
the second semester of 1920-21, at a comyipenrsat ion in each case of 
U50 for the semester, to be charged to adilnistration - letters and 
science: C. D. Cool, L. W. Dowling, George Vlagner. 
         Adopted. 
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         The report of the finance committee on the Budget for   -i- 
1921--22 was taken up for ons ideration. 
         It has not been the-practice of the regents to consider t-e 
budget before the appropriations are available, but, as BUsiness 
kianager Thorkelson found it necessary to leave at once, it was 
deemed desirable to have the finance committee and the board meet 
before he leaves and approve the budget tentatively. 
         The secretary was authorized to insert in the budget the 
appointments, reappointments, promotions, and leaves of absence 
)r the year 1921-22, as shown in Exhibit A. (Copy attached). 
       On motion of Regent Hammond, seconded by Regent Faast it was 
       VOTED, That the budget for 1921-22 as aamended by the finance 
)mmittee be adopted, Subject to the approval of the appropriation 
         Called vote was taken, all regents presentivotlng~nL, 
and voting "aye". 
         On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Kohler, it 
was      VOTED, That the matter of fees for the Extension Division 
be refe   d tth       versitExtension ¢orliittee and thePresident 
of the University. 
         On motion of Regent Kohler, secordied by Regent Butler, 
it was   VOTED, That the matter of issuing ,-ertificates of courses 
:ted in the University ExtensionIDivwsicn be referred to the 
,sity Extension Committee and the President of--the University. 
   It was 
be accepted and that President Birge be requested to make acknowledg- 
to Dr. Bradley. 
             RECO1MEEDAT IONS OF THE PFPxSJIDENT 
                        --Leters and 5cece- 
     I.  That the following persons be axQiflnted professorial 
assistants to the executive committee of Letters and science for 
the second semester of 1920-21, at a comyipenrsat ion in each case of 
U50 for the semester, to be charged to adilnistration - letters and 
science: C. D. Cool, L. W. Dowling, George Vlagner. 
         Adopted. 
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       2. That George F. Forster b~e appointed research assistant in 
  zoology for-three months during the summer of 1921 at a compensation 
  of ý100 a monthtalso that he be appointed research assistant for
  the year 1921 2-, at a salary of $800 for the year; both sums to be 
  charged to university research fund. 
           Adopted. 
      3 . That Leroy D. Edwards be appointed garden assistant in the 
 Pharmaceutical Experiment Station for the months of July, August, 
 and September, 1921, at a salary of $50 a month; charge to balance 
 of Experiment Station fund. 
          Adopted. 
      4. That the follow-ing men be appointed special assistants 
 in physics for the summer period, June 23, to September 1, 1921, at 
 the cCompensation indicated in each case; charged to unassigned 
 instruction and special grants- 
                      T, 4. Dahm         $150 
                      J, A. Eldridge      150 
                      H. E. Farnsworth    150 
                      D. L. Hay          150 
                      HR F. Petersen      150 
                      L. B. Slichter      1b0 
                      R. 'C. Williamson   I50 
          Adopted. 
       5. That N. G. E. Sharp be appointed special assistant in 
 physics for the period of the summer session at compensation of 
 $75, charged to unassijhed instruction and special grants. 
          Adopted, 
                            -Researcnr- 
      i.  That Clarence W. luehlberger be appointed research assistant 
 in chemistry, at a salary of $"200 for the summer of 1921 and '600
 for the year 1921-22; charge to amount allotted to Professor Lenher 
 for this position from the university research fund. 
         Adopted. 
                           -Engineer ing- 
     i.  That B. 0. Ruble be appointed research assistant in 
hydraulic engineering for two months during tne summer of 1921, at 
   a saaryof 125 a month, service to begin July 1, 1921; charge to 
research engineering. 
         Adopted. 
                            -Ext ens i on- 
     I.  That Maude McHenry be appointed assistant recorder for 
the months of July and August, salary at the rate of $1650 for 
eleven months; provided in the budget. (If satisfactory will be 
appointed for year), 
         Adopted. 
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             2.-That Elsie sell be appointed vacation substitute for-Aliss
       Jensen in homc economics, on half time for two months during the 
       summer of 1921, at a salary of $50 a month; charge to additional 
       instruction. 
                Adopted. 
                On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Perkins, 
       recommendations of the president were adopted. 
                    RECOMMEIiDAT IONS OF THE BUSIINESS MANAGER 
                That the action of June 21 regarding the award of coal 
          cts be/rescind    ^. The market on screenings has dropped and 
      new bids will be taken by the State Engineer July 8th. , 
                Adopted. 
            2. That the Executive Committee be authorized to award coal{
  f contracts for 1921-22 in accordance with later -recommendations ofi 
      the State Engineer. 
      m        Adopted. 
           3.   That the contract for the construc- ion in mncrete of four
      sectiops (28 rows - about 4,000 seats)) at 1. -hc aew stadium be awarded
        G2.o George Nelson of Madison, Wisconsin for ,2 4872, and that the
Q-1 work of removin'g the necessary portion of t-e present wooden grand-
      stand be delegated to the University Superintendent of Buildings 
    and. Grounds.    The entire cost to be charged to Athletic Council 
    Al -f~unds, (Bale~nce July 1, 1921 ý(k35 596w69o) (--i     AU,
~#4C~J21 
               Adopted. V,- __ 
           / 
           4. That in accordance with the recommendation of Dean Russell
      "the University guarantee to the government the payment to the
      MII J. Connelly Company for the cartridging of 10 carloads of 
      "picric acid" minimum weight 200,000 lbs. @ 6    per lb.
 or .12,O000 
      This arrangement will insure the preparaticn for sale of this     -
      material and any expenditure should be entirely repaid by October 
      or Nioveimber. 
               Adopted- 
           5. That the request of the liadison Orehestral Association 
      for the wse of the gymnasium for an orchestral concert            y
      N~ovemrber , 1921 be granted on the usual terms. 
               Ac'o.ted. 
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             2.-That Elsie sell be appointed vacation substitute for-Aliss
       Jensen in homc economics, on half time for two months during the 
       summer of 1921, at a salary of $50 a month; charge to additional 
       instruction. 
                Adopted. 
                On motion of Regent Faast, seconded by Regent Perkins, 
       recommendations of the president were adopted. 
                    RECOMMEIiDAT IONS OF THE BUSIINESS MANAGER 
                That the action of June 21 regarding the award of coal 
          cts be/rescind    ^. The market on screenings has dropped and 
      new bids will be taken by the State Engineer July 8th. , 
                Adopted. 
            2. That the Executive Committee be authorized to award coal{
  f contracts for 1921-22 in accordance with later -recommendations ofi 
      the State Engineer. 
      m        Adopted. 
           3.   That the contract for the construc- ion in mncrete of four
      sectiops (28 rows - about 4,000 seats)) at 1. -hc aew stadium be awarded
        G2.o George Nelson of Madison, Wisconsin for ,2 4872, and that the
Q-1 work of removin'g the necessary portion of t-e present wooden grand-
      stand be delegated to the University Superintendent of Buildings 
    and. Grounds.    The entire cost to be charged to Athletic Council 
    Al -f~unds, (Bale~nce July 1, 1921 ý(k35 596w69o) (--i     AU,
~#4C~J21 
               Adopted. V,- __ 
           / 
           4. That in accordance with the recommendation of Dean Russell
      "the University guarantee to the government the payment to the
      MII J. Connelly Company for the cartridging of 10 carloads of 
      "picric acid" minimum weight 200,000 lbs. @ 6    per lb.
 or .12,O000 
      This arrangement will insure the preparaticn for sale of this     -
      material and any expenditure should be entirely repaid by October 
      or Nioveimber. 
               Adopted- 
           5. That the request of the liadison Orehestral Association 
      for the wse of the gymnasium for an orchestral concert            y
      N~ovemrber , 1921 be granted on the usual terms. 
               Ac'o.ted. 
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           6. That %50 rent be refunded to the University Employeest Store
      in exchange for shelving, counter, and case. 
               Adopted* 
           7. That the Emergency Board be requested to author ize the 
      exchange of- the Dodge touring car used by the- Clinic for a new 
      Dodge roadster of a net cost of     Ochargeable-to 2G-41(1)(d) 
      Phys ical Plant. 
               Adopted. 
           8. That on recommendation of Dean Reber a gift of $50' by a 
      Yi Mr  Mila  to the University for aidihg worthy students in the 
 .\ Extension Division be accepted and placed in the loan fnd for this 
      purpose. 
               Adoptect. 
               On motion of Regent Buckstaff, seconded by Regent Faast, 
      recommendations of the business manager were adopted. 
              The business manager explained that the University Extension
      Division was unable to meet some of the salaries and bills for the
      year 1920-21, on account of difficulty -n collecting their accounts,
      and recommended that a temporary loan be rmiade,. 
              On motion Of Regent Butler, seconded by Regent Faast, it 
Co    was     VOTED, That the business manager and secretary be authorized
      to sign a note at a local bank for    1 000_ this note to be taken
      up as soon as funds are available. 
              On motion of Regen t Butler, it was 
              VOTED, That the reading of the minutes of the June 21 meeting
      of the regents be dispensed with and that they be approved as sent
      out to the regents, except that the following amendment be made: 
      Page 19: paragraph relating to the meeting of the finance committee
      and the board meeting, insert the word "adjourned" where
the board 
      meeting is referred to. The paragraph as amended reads: 
               ""Inasmuch as the regents had given such careful
considera-. 
               tion to the legislative recommendations) and in view of 
               -the fact that thie appropriations ai'e substantially the
               same in amount as those submitted to the legislature, the
               " regents felt that the FINANCE COIvMITTEE of the regents
WILL 
               NOT BE REQUIRED TO SEND THE BUDGET TO THE REGENTS TEN DAYS
               BEFORE THE ADJOUBRNED BOARD MfEETING.  It was left to the
               President of the University to arrange for the finance 
committee meeting and the adjourned meeting of the Board for 
the adoption of the budget, with the understanding that 
the adjourned Board meeting will be concluded before 
July 20." 


 
                 On motion of Regent Faast, it was 
                 VOTED, That the following recommendation presented by the
        Special Committee on Business MILanager, be adopteds 
      'CnTh That J. D. Phillips, associateprofessor of engineering 
    .   i"  ass istant deah, be assigned the duties of acting business"
       manager pending the appoin*tment of a permanent business manager;
       that his salary be fixed at rate of $7,009 per annum while he is 
       serving in the capacity of acting business manager. 
               On motion of Regent Buckstaff, seconded by Regent Butler,
        it was VOTED, That the acting business manager be authorized to 
        negotiate for the purchase of land and to initiate plans and spdcifi,-
   AOý  cations for buildings as provided in the new app)ropriation
bill. 
               On motion Of Regent Buckstaff, seconded by Regent Butler,
        it was VOTED, That-the Executive Committsehe authorized to*ap jývre
        the dekees as recommended by the faculty'and certified by3FThe 
        registrart the close of 'the sua-iuner ses3ion; the action *of the
LA1executive committee to be approved by th3 1oard at the next meeting. 
              On motion of Regent Butler, it was 
              VOTED, That the August meeting ofthe board be dispensed 
       with, subject to the calling of the meeting by the PreSident Of the
       Board in the event that there are matters of sufficient importante
       to call for a meeting at that time. 
              At 6:20 p.m. the regents took a recess until 9:00 pm. 
                                                     9:00 p.m. 
              Regents met pursuant to adjournment. 
              At 9-50 p.m. the meeting adjourned. 
                                     M.E. McCaffre~y, 
Secretary 


 
EXHIBIT A. 
  LEAVE OF ABSEITCE 
Summer Session Basis 
Class ics- 
Geol ogy: 
Romance Languages: 
English: 
Economics: 
Soci0logy: 
Romance Languages- 
H. A. Langenhan* 
Professor Grant Showerman; * 
year, 1921- 22. 
Associate Professor V.C.Finch;-j 
first semester, 1921-221 
Professor H. A. Smith; 
year, 1921-22. 
Associate Professor F.A.* 
Manchester- first semester, 
1921-220 
             Professor R. H,* Hess; 
             year; 1921-22. 
             i-rofessor J. L. Gillin; 
             yea r, 1921-22.- 2 
             AsisCociate Professor B. Cerf; ' 
             year, 1921-22. 
             Professor W R. Giese; 
             year 1921-22, 
CHANGE OF TITLE 
From Assistant Professor of 
Pharmacy; Pharmacist, Pharma- 
ceutical Experiment Station 
and University Hospital, to 
Assistant Professor of Pharm- 
acy and Pharmacist, University 
Hospaital . 
4 
/ j 
i / 


 
PR OM 0CT IO8TS 
Associate Professor to Professor 
English, 
Geology. 
Phil os ophIX 
Political Science: 
H. B. Lathrop 
J.F.A.Pyte 
VWK H. Twenhof el 
M. C. Otto 
A. B. Hall 
        Assistant Professor to Associate Priofessor 
 English.                           ', 3E. Leonard 
 Mathematics:                       A. Dresden 
 Romance Languages:                 F. D. Cheydleur 
                                    F, 0. Reed 
            Instructor to Assist     -.-,ofessor 
For the term ofthreeyea      fro      r   1921 
Chemistry:                         V.vL. Bolinson 
Economics:                         hiar tin Glaeser 
                                  Selig Pernman 
History:                           Paul Knaplund 
                                   R. B. Yewdale 
Journalism:                        Es. M. Johnson 
Philos ophy-                       1D. S. Robinson 
Political Science:                 G. H. Stuart 


 
               REAPPO INnthENT1S 
             Assistant Professors 
For the terma of thre~eyears from July l,. 1921 
.lass ics: 
English, 
German.: 
Physics*' 
Romance Languages: 
Sem itics: 
Speech: 
School of Education: 
    Math em a t i c s 
Katharine Allen 
Warner Taylor 
Susan A. Sterling 
W. ;F. Steve 
Qo G. Atkin 
Lucy M. Gay 
C. F. Gillen 
A. E. Lyon 
Joaquin Ortega 
F* T. Kelly 
A. T. Weaver 
J. W. Hart 
     For the term of two years fromI July 1, 1921 
Botany:                             G. S. Bryany 
Chemistry:                          H. A. Schuette 
Economics:                          Harry Jerome 
Music:                              E#.W& Morphy 
     For the term of one year from July 1, 1921 
Geology.                            E. Steidtmann 
German:                             F. Bruns 
               1TEW APPOINTILENTS 
                 Assistant Dean 
Administration 
Harry Glicksman 
Associate Professor 
RPomance Languages: 
Ca D., Zdanowicz    3,950 
I, 900 


 
                lVJNTAPPO1NfhLEINTS(on d) 
                Assistant Professors 
For the term. of three years from July 1, 1921 
e ch-                     Robert West 
-icfofCecil Burleigh 
$2, 500 
3,250 
         Lecturer 
(Rank of Assistant Professor) 
Econom ics: 
E. E. Witte 
No pay 
Instructors 
English. 
Wilfred   B.d Blampin$l, 700 
J. J. Schlicher     1,800 
vice V. B. Heltzel 
                 APPO INTMIENT S 
                 Assistants 
For the term of one year from_.-uly 1, 1921 
Botany:              Clara A. Brownrigg 
                    H. F. Copeland 
                    Martha Engel 
                    Ermma L. Fisk 
                    Norma Pearson 
                    Lenette M. Rogers 
                    A. M  Showalter 
                    Regina Stockhaus en 
                    A, M° Wolf son 
6300 (Stud, 
300 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
700 
900 
450 (Teach.fellow) 
800 
600 
600 
600 
700 
700 
700 
600 
700 
800 
600 
800 
A. I. Andrews 
E0 D,, Botts 
F. L. Conover 
R. W. Dawley 
Sheldon Dickens on 
R. C. French 
M. TO Herreid 
A. B. bHertzman 
J. D. Jenkins 
A. P. Julien 
MIv. Klein 
J. R. Koch 
A. C. Krause 
William Lerch 
J. R. Lewis. 
Spe 
Mus 
Chemistry: 
Asst.) 
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Chem is try 
Chemistry (Cont.) 
Classics: 
Economics 
  C omm e r c e 
Education: 
English: 
Geology: 
History: 
      AP 0 I ...-, TS 
      As s ist ants 
 RB H. Lueck 
 E, D. L,,cC0ol-I'm 
 VT J, MIeloche 
 John Leetschl 
 LI B. Parsons 
 B, o Rowland 
 J. V. Steinle 
 H. L. Templeton 
 Nw. Tosterud 
 °H. F. ewakefield 
 E. L. Whitford 
 j, WJ. Williams 
 Sarah Jenninrgs 
 A. J. Berge 
 C. Blough 
 T. vW. L$Land 
 Angeline Lins 
 Fred W. Nelson 
 Helen S81 Roth 
 Jean F. Rolfe 
 Phil ho Clugston 
 H. S. Davis 
 Theo. -L. Sdholtz 
 Leslie Spence 
 James RB Sterrett, Jr. 
 Linton C. Stevens 
 Irving C, Story 
 Hugh A. Wing 
 Esther Anderson 
 Guy H. Smith 
 J, Russs llJWhitaker 
 George Vfood 
 A. J, Beyer 
 Herman J, Deutsch 
 Liarguerite Hall 
 B. T, Johannesen 
 H{erbert T. Leland. 
 Curtis , INettels 
 B3urr W7. Phillips 
 Robert B. Biegel 
 Paul S, Smith 
Arthur S. W~illiamson 
900 
300 
600 
800 
900 
750 
700 
600 
900 
600 
700 
600 
600 
  400 
is 000 
  400 
  250 
  250 
  600 
(ist sem. 
   only,) 
(Stud.Asst.) 
(Stud°Asst. ) 
600 
  500 
1. 000 
  500 
  500 
  500 
  500 
1, 000 
  500 
  800 
1,000 
1, 000 
  800 
  500 
  500 
  500 
  750 
  500 
  500 
  500 
  500 
  500 
  500 
-5- 


 
Ass is tants 
  Industriaj l Education 
  & Applied Arts* 
  Mathemat ics- 
  Physics: 
                      I 
Political Science- 
Z  l  y 
Zoology: 
Williams Sv Warner 
Leonidas 1. iBunya n 
R. H. iAar quis 
Qg. A. Andr*ee 
DI. l. Bennett 
P. E. FossLun 
J. B. Green 
Victor Guillemin 
M!- P. Hanson 
Geo. WV. Horton 
E. J. Knapp 
Edna L. I4Reacham 
M i. M .iller 
L. L. Nettleton 
G. F. Rouse 
R. B. Sawyer 
Donald L. Simpson 
Es G. Taylor 
r. Thaddeus Law 
Taldo Schumahcer 
  A. B oyden 
Zuth IV. Chase 
Fames 0. Foley 
Label J. Gregg 
0 Gregory Hall 
0A. Kenyon 
e len E. i*cuDonald 
ar"land W. MVI os sman 
arvey Mý. Smith 
ylva E. Snashall 
Research Assistants 
$300 (Stud.Asst.) 
750 
.750 
   600 
   700 
   750 
 l, 000 
   500 
   550 
   800 
   700 
   850 
   450 
i, 000 
  800 
  600 
  650 
  800 
500 
500 
(Stud.Asst.) 
(Stud.Asst.) 
(Stud.Asst.) 
  600 
1-200 
  -600 
  600 
  600 
  600 
  600 
  600 
  600 
  250 
(Stud.Asst.) 
(To be charged to University Researc# Fund) 
Botany: 
Chemistry: 
Sophia Eckerson 
Cw W. 1Muehlberger 
G. A* JRamsdell 
1,500 (Ist sem.) 
  600 (asst.to Dr. 
        Lenherr) 
  600 (asst.to 
       Dr. Mlathews) 
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                               Fell-ows 
 Botany ,Mary E. Reid 
 Chemistry*      Ward R. Pay 
 Du Pont         Burt H. Carroll 
 Classics: 
 Latin:          Ines Gertrude Scott 
 Greek:          Esther V. Hansen 
 Adams-Greek     John W. Logan 
 Economics      Meredith B. Givens 
                 Ewan Clague 
Education:      Emily Smith Dexter 
English 
M3ary M.YAdams: John Brooks Moore 
Geology         Noel H, Steatn 
German 
   Alfred Uihlein: 
                Flora Buck h  . 
   A ibert F.Gallun 
                Carroll H. Ow-en 
   Fr ed Vogel Jr.       w-e4 4 hC 
   Charlotte Trostel 
                 Edna H. Richards $500 
  Albert Trostel Lillie V. Hathaway 
History 
  Amer ican: 
  Eur opean: 
Pau4 Tincher Smith 
John W. Nash 
$500  B.A.Univ. Wis. 1910o 
500   B. A.lUniv1.Oregon 1908. 
      M ,A.Univj.Wiis. 1910. 
 750 B.A.Cornell Univ.1917. 
/ 
500 B.A.Univ.Minn.1920       - 
     Mo.A. " W " 1921. 
                           // 
500° B.A.Vassar Col.1921. 
595.63 M.A,1UnivWis.1921. 
500 B.A.Drake Univ.1920. 
500 B.AI.Univ.Wash,1917;    \ 
     ii.A.Univ.Wash. 1921.    , 
500 B.A.Ripon Co.1908i 
     M .A.LUniv,,Wis.1915, 
595.63 1B.A.Harvard Univ.1914. 
       M.A.Univ.Wash.1916. 
50D B.A.Stanford Univ.1917. 
500 B.A.Vassar Col.1917; 
     M.A. Univ .Wis.01918. 
400 B.A.Cornell Univ.1918. 
500 B.A.Franklin Co0.1918. 
     M.A.Univ. I11.s1921. 
B.L.Swarthmjore Col.1898; 
     M.A.Columbia U.1903. 
500 B.A.Vassar Co0.1917; 
     M-.A-TUniv.Wis .1918. 
500 Iji.A.Univ.Wis.1918. 
500 B.A.UUniv.Wis.1918; 
     M.A. "    " 1920-P 
I 


 
FELL0IS (acont.) 
  Pres.Adams in Modern 
       History: 
'-Ma thema t ices 
   S. . . . P h y s . i c s - 
 R ornl a ne a   sý: 
 Semitics. 
 School of Education 
      La t in- 
      Home Economiic: 
John C. Andressohn 
Mark Ingraham 
Harry E. Farnsworth 
Ottb Haelsig 
Louis C. Nelson 
Louisa V. Walker 
Helen Cw Goodspeed 
595.63   B.A.UJ.vz.1911 
     15 . *A.U.W .1912 . 
500      B.A.Cornell U 
             1918- 
 500    B.A.Ripon Col/. 
             1918 
 500    BJ3-.KansP 
             1921,     ' 
500     B.A.Wash.U./ 
             1919.      eeD, 
500     B.A.U.Neb.191§J 
         -A.Colunbia 
             U.1917. 
500     B.-SCo-loibia / 
             IT.1917. / 
SCHOiARS 
Economics.           Jesse W. Tapp 
German 
     Henry Schoelkopf Louise Arndt 
     Henry Gund- 
History: 
   Amier i can: 
   European- 
School of Education: 
   Industrial Scholar: 
250 
i50 
Stelila K. Hinz    297 
Kathryn C. Mykel   250 
Bernice E. Draper 250 
Frances J. U:ocasek200 
.81 
B,.S.Univ.Ky.1920 
                 C/ 
B.A.Albion Col. / 
         1921. (/ 
 B.A. Univ. N. D. 
B.A.U.Wis.1920, 
B.A.Lawrence Col.\ 
          1919. 
Undergraduate 
kISC0JvSIN HIGH SCHOOL 
Fred Allen    2, 
RalpD Arnold 
Kenneth Barnes 
Kenneth Barton 
Hamilton Beatty 
Autrey Beckharij 
Dorice Bennett 
Lorraine Brown 
Oscar Briggs 
chool Scholarships 
Alta Kamnetz 
Leroy Koerber 
Billy Konop 
Howard Ic ffrey- 
J-      W  cTilurry 
Hazel Messerschm idt 
Iris A1ioncarSellen 
Russell C. Morrison 
Roberta Odell 
Ruth Newlin 
/ 
/ 
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WISCONISIN HIGH SCHOOL 
School Scholarship's (ContI'd. 
Dale Clapp 
John Dapp- 
Peter Dunn 
Elmer Ellsworth 
Alice Felt 
Dee Forbes 
Margaret Fuller 
Ruth Fuller 
Mary M. Gahagan 
Lois Glasier 
Archie Henry' 
Eugene Herrling 
Albert Higgins 
Lester F. Hook 
Adams on Hoebel 
Grant Otis 
Edith Porter 
Dorothy Petter 
Roderick Riley 
Stewart SChmelzer 
Walton Seymour 
Eugoeria Stebbins 
Sarahi St Stebbins 
Henry Stevens 
William S-tone 
Harrison Smith 
Jeanette Sylvester 
Grace Wagner 
Bernice Winterbotham 
Pearl Wood 
REGENTS' SCHOLARSHIPS 
William Brandenburg 
Ruth Corp 
John illin 
Jean Fish . 
Alice ackson 
Loretta Odell 
RichardPearse 
Dorofhy Smith 
Tempey Stenersen 
Engilish 
Domestic Science 
01. o]ogy 
-Ca;,nat-ics (alget 
Latin 
Mathematics (geometry),/ 
Chemistry 
English 
Manual Arts 
Jean walker 
Helen Williams 
ra) / 
L4L 
   NV 
(I 
His t ory 
French 
-9. 


 
                  COL=EGE OF AGRICLTfTURE 
                           I 0T ONS 
            Associat-e Professor to iProfessor 
  Agr on omy                        L.F. Graber 
  Horticulture                      J.G. Milward (4/5 time 
  Soils                             Emil Trduocg           e 
            Instructor to Assistant. Professor 
  Agr. Economics                     J o H. Kolb 
  Econormlic Entomology             0.L. Fluke 
  Poultry Husbandry                 D. H. Reid 
           Assistant to Instructor 
 Admninistration                   Mr. S. Smith 
 Agr. Chem is try                     A.Hoppert 
                                   Mliss M. T. Sell 
 Agr.eEngineering                  C.4E. Walsh 
                                   N. S. Fish 
                 IVEVJ APPO INTMEN7SI 
 Stanley Sand, County Agent 
 All. E. -ibole, County Agent 
 VT G. ilur, Instr.Econ omic Ent on - _ 0 gy 
 M. lviacKinnon, Instr.(-L) Home Economics 
 Florence Ray, Instr.Home Economics 
 Florence King, Asst. Home Economics 
 Sadie McNulty, Instr. Hene Economics 
 0* H. Gerhardt, Asst. (±)2Agricultural Chemistry 
 C. E. White, Asst. Agricultural Engineering 
              lEAVE OF ABSEJJTCT2                N 
 M. He Scott, Animal Husbandry 
 J- C. Walker, Plant Pathology' 
 J. Krueger, Hone Economics (2rd semester) 
 Di Roberts, Home Economics 2nd semester) 
               REAPc O0TNTirrENTSir n 
           On Ten Payment basis 
E. lv. Tiffany, Asst. Prof. Agric. Tducation (3years) 
A. C. Fiedler, Asst. Prof. Agric. Eng.(5 years) 
G. i3ohstedt, Asst. Prof. A{himal Husbandry (3years) 
G. Leloche, Asst. Prof. Homse Economics (3 years) 
R. H° Poberts, Asst. Prof. Horticulture (3 years) 


 
       REAP20INTJTENTS (Cont.) 
On Ten Payment Basis 
H. W. Stewart,, Asst. Prof. Soils (5 years) 
H. W. Ullsperger, Asst. Prof. (1/3) Soils (3 years) 
W. 3. Geib, Asst. Prof- Soils ('years) 
. J. G raUl, ASst. Prof, Soils (5 years) 
F. Bachmann, Ins-tr. Agric .Bacteriology 
W* C& Frazier, Instr. Agricultural Bacteriology 
E. Tetreau, Lecturer Agricultural Economics 
B. IMo Nelson, Instr. Agricultural,. Chemistry 
M. C. Riley, Lecturer (1/5) Agricultural Economics 
vi. Hagerty, JInstr. (-) ,Agricultural Extension 
B. F. Zaffke, Instr. Agricultural Extension 
H. W, Albertz, Ilnstr. (4/10) Agronomy 
J. M. Fargo, Instr. Animal Husbandry 
A. 0. Collentine, Instr. Animal HUsbandry 
R. T. Harris, Instr. Animal Husbandry 
L. C, Thomsen, Instr. Dairy Husbendry 
L. Strang, Instr. Home Economics 
M. Davis, Instr. Home Economics 
Mrs. U. Tylor, Instr. Home Economics 
D, Lake, Instr. Home Economics 
Eb Miller, ]Instr. Home Economics 
J3 W. Brann, Ins tr. Horticulture & Plant Pathology 
F. R. Gifford, Inst. Horticai.ture 
W. B. Tisdale, Instr. Plant PaCology 
J. H. Jones, Asst. Agn. Chemist ..... 
S. Lepkovsky, Asst. Agric.Chemi..::y 
0. R. Brunkow, Asst. (i) Agric. Cllemistry 
R. M. Bethke, Asst. (2) Agric.Chemistry 
J. L.' Lush, Asst. Genetics 
Ann Bfaun, Asst. Home Economics 
L. K. Stewart, Asst. (L) Home Economics 
R. Bitterman, Asst. Plant Pathology 
On Twelve Payment Basis 
J. S. Donald, Asst. Prof. (-L) 9 xmos.Agric.Econ-(3 years) 
S. W. Mendurn, Instr.(±-) Agricultural Economics 
B. V. Ryall, County Agricultural Representative 
Me H. Wright, County Agricultural Representative 
W. A. Duffy, County Agricultural Representative 
V. E. Brubaker, County Agricultural Representative 
J. N. Kavanaugh, County Agricultural Representative 
Sidney P. Murat, County Agricultural Representative 
E  H. Thompson, County Agricultural Represenative 
Royal Klofanda, County Agricultural Representative 
P. D. Southworth, County AgriculturJl Representative 
H. LI. Knipfel, County Agricultural Represertative 
M. L. Wright, County agricultural Represerttive 
A. A. Brown) County Agricultural Represeentative 
E. G. Bailey, County Agricultural Representative 
J. M. Walz, County Agricultural Represenative 
0 


 
REAPPOINImEITTS (Cont.) 
            On Twelve ,Payvent Basis 
  E. S. Leverich, County Agricultural Representative 
  A. J. Lonsdorf, County Agricultural Representative 
  A. W  Schmutzer,County Agricultural Pepresentative 
  P. F. Graf,     County Agricultural Representative 
  James Lacey;    County Agricultural Repreaentative 
  H. R. Noble,    County Agricultural Eepre;entative 
  G. Vergeront,   County Agricultural Representative 
  J. M. Coyner,   County Agricultural Representative 
  B. F. Wood,     County Agricultural Representative 
  W. E. Spreiter, County Agricultural Repr'esentative 
  A. H. Cole,    County Agricultural Representative 
  W  J 5. Rogan, County Agricultural Repýesentative(trans.) 
                               to .!,iarath0n County) 
 Robert Amundson, County Agricultural Representative 
 C. P. West,     County Agricultural Representative 
 G. S. Hales,    County Agricultural Ropresentative 
 Hv G. S~yforth, County Agricultural Representative 
 J. s. Klinka,   County Agricultural representative 
 W. W. Clark,    County Agricultur. ,_L epresentative 
 H. J. Rahmlow,  County Agricult'-- l Representative 
 R. T. Glassco, County Agricult u: a4 Representative 
 Leo Schoepf,    County Agricultca Representative 
 A. W. Knott,    County Agricui'toa  Re ;resentative 
 A. C. Murphy,   County Agricultu -.a4- eoresentative 
 Jo L. Menstadt, County Agricult'- 4- Representative 
 R. A. Koib,     County Agricultu.: Representative 
 E. w. Schelling County Agricultur±l Representative 
 0. E. Gibson.   County Agricu2turIl Representative 
 L. J. Merriam,  Coupty Agricultural Representative 
 R. H.Rasmussen, Couhvty Agriculturx 1Representative 
 Milton Button,  County Agricultur* l Representative 
 J. F. Thomas,   County Agricultur4l Representative 
 James Dance,    County Agricultu1'al Representative 
 G. A. Sell1     County Agricultural Representative 
 R. A.Peterson,  County Agricultural Representative 
 Grace Langdon, Instr. AgriculturVl Journalism 
 E. D. H'olden, Instr.(½) Agronomy 
 A. J. Cramer, Instr. (1/5) AniLmal Husbandry 
 C. Kraus, Asst. to Director of i-rne Economics 
Mary Brady, Home Demonstration A~ent 
E. J. Malloy, Instr. Soils 
A. 5. Haas, Head Accountant 
0. N. Johnson, Asst. Poultry Husbandry 


 
COLLEGE ,OF ENGINJEERING 
                  Promotions 
From Assistant Professor to Associate Professor 
Asst. Pr of. B. S. &wven 
Assto Prof. J. B. Kommers 
Topographic Engineering 
Mechanics 
From Instructor to Assistant Professor 
E. D. Fahlberg 
Chemical Engineering 
Ins truc tots 
S... t 7T. na s e y 
    B. A. Ragatz, 
    TJ Do. Livermore, 
    N. V. Daubner, 
    K. G. Shiels, 
    L. H. Baldwin, 
    H. B. Doke, 
    W. A. Werrell1 
    E. B. Keck, 
    W. C. M1ýfackey, 
    J. E. Wise, 
    H. E. Fuller, 
    L. J. Peters, 
    Glen Koehler, 
    W. B. Lyon, 
    A. MIeyers 
    F. J. Singer 
    H. Gumprecht, 
    R. 0. Ruble, 
    R. E. Puerner, 
    Arthur Dahlberg, 
    E. T. Brecky. 
    George Hitchcock, 
    C. Clare, 
    R. IN. Schumann, 
    J. J. Malone, 
    Co F. Peters, 
    C. Lehman, 
    R. H. Baub-e, 
    IMc. Payt oh 
    W. C. Goude, 
    Henry Tabor, 
    D3. 11. Tilson 
    C. A. WViepkinr, 
    George Barker, 
    E. R. Stivers, 
    Benjamin Spieth, 
    G. C. Wilson, 
    Edwin Anderson 
    C. F. Sloan, 
    Gordon Beebe, 
Appointments 
         Chem ical Engineering 
             11         II 
        Drawing & Descriptive Geometry 
             II  II      Hi        11 
             It  4I    Hl          II 
             11  IH    H           II 
             11  II      II        II 
             II  1!    IH          11 
             II  VI    IV          11 
        Electrical Engineering 
             1"        If 
If 
If 
     I IfI 
Hydraulic Engineering 
     Il 
Machine Design 
-Machine Shops 
     . I  ti 
11 
11 
it     IH 
11 
HI 
Ii 
1? 
H! 
IH 
It 
11 
WI 
It 
If 
qiechanics Department 
     T7 
liMininr andc Metallurgy Dept. 
Railwaay Engineering Dept. 
Steam CS Gas Engineering 
    T7 I f TV      It 
II II Hl 
H1 
Structural Engineering Dept. 
Topographical Engineering 


 
MED IQAL SCHOOL 
  Appbintments 
Instructors 
Dr. G. Howard Bailey 
Dr Percy Davyidsson 
Mr. B. H. Brunquist 
Mr. Elmer Seviringhaus Asst.P. 
Dr. F. J* Hodges 
"Miiss M. I. Croskey 
Mr. L. McGary 
Mr. T. K. Brown) 
Mr. A. E. Koehler, 
Stud .Asst. 
hp7issAgnes Conrad 
Mr. GG Mueller 
Mr. W. C. Edwards 
Mr. F. W. Madison 
Mr. W. D. Sutliff 
IMIr. J. s. Hess 
Mr. E. B. Pfeffercorn 
Mr. L. W. Tasche 
Mr. L. Gregory 
Pathology 
*Pathology 
Pharmarc ol ogy 
Physiological Chemistry 
Phys i ol ogy 
Phys'i ol ogy 
Pharmac-ology 
Babteriology 
Physiological Chemistry 
Anatomy 
Anatomy 
Anatomy 
Afat omy 
Anatomy 
Pharma col ogy 
Physiology 
Phys iology 
Bac ter i ol ogy 
$688 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
660 
Reappointments 
Dr. MIorr is 
Dr. Middleton 
Asst. Prof.Clinical Medicine 
Asst. Prof.Clinical Medicine 
Dr. F. eD Geist 
Dr. H. Curl 
Dr. Geo. Fahr 
Dr. P .-C Blankinship 
DR. W.M. Donovan 
Dr. J.E.Gonce 
Dr. H.K.Tenney 
Dr. C.E.Zellmer 
Ir. Albert G. Young 
Mr. C. I. Leake 
Mr. w.V.Godshall 
Mr. J.S.Lingenfelter 
Mr. Homer Kesten 
Mr. Vim. Elliott 
Instructor 
Instruct or 
Instructoor 
Instructor 
Instruct or 
Instructor 
Instructor 
Instructor 
Ins tructor 
Ins truc t or 
Instruct or 
Stud sst. 
Stud Asst 
Stud.LAsst. 
Anatomy 
Clinical Miedicine 
Clinical Medicine 
Clinical Medicine 
Clinical Medicine 
Clinical Medicine 
Clinical Medicine 
Pathology 
Pathology 
Physib~gy 
Physiological ,Chemistry 
-Pat-holbgy e' $,-O ". D 
Phys .Chem.   650 
              "650 
Elxtra Physicians - 12 mos.basis. 
F. J. Gaenslen 
G-V.I. Brown 
F. A. Davis 
J. C. Els om 
Orthopedic Surgery 
Plastic Surgery 
Eye and Ear 
Mechan o therapy 
$1e' 50 0 
$1500 
S$looo 
  750 
$4950 


 
UNIVERSITY EXTEITSIOON DIVISION 
          Reappointmnent s 
Assistant Professors 
#Edwards, Martha L. 
#-,j"Pulver, H. 'E., 
History 
CivllEngineering 
Instruct ors 
Avey, Harry T. 
Bacon, Frances 
Blair, L. E. 
Gangstad, Ida -I. 
Herrold, L. D. 
John, H. W. 
Lehman, Sarah K. 
Salen, H. iR 
Schenck. Wv. J. 
Smith, ivirs. A. H. 
Steeholm, Hardy 
Wise, R. L. 
A1ertz, G  c. 
W iedr ich, WV. 
Ziiminerrman, G. B. 
         En gineer ring  M ilw. 
         Lib. Methods & 
Dept. of Debating & 
Public Discussion 
         Mech.Engr. 
         Library Methods 
         Advertising 
         Business       -Milw. 
         English         Milwo 
         Econ omics      Milw. 
         Acc ounting 
         Rec order 
         English-' 
         iau Claire D'istrict 
         Milwaukee District 
         Su-oerior District 
         Engineer ing  MI ilw. 
Ass istants 
                   Brickson, H.OM.              Assistant Draftsman 
                   Fuller, MIrs. H.             Asst.,(part-time) 
                                  Dept.of Debating & 'Public Dis- 
                                             cuss ion 
                   Gorrow, E. MI.               Asst.& Field Organizer
                                                    Oshkosh 
                   Hays, Florence C.            Asst.Municipal Inf. 
                                                    Bureau 
                   Jackson, J.1W.               Asst.& Field Organizer
                                                    Miad is on 
                   Liesch, Vrn.. H. H&          Asst. & Field Organizer
                                                    Oshkosh 
                   LcCutcheon, Leona            Asst.Dept.of Debating 
                                                  & Public Discussion
                   Oehrlein, Geo.               Asst.Bureau of Visual 
                                                  instruct ion 
                   Saunders, Mvamfie            Asst.Dept.of Debating 
                                                  & Public Discussion
                   York, hira E.                Asst.Bureau of Visual 
                                                  Instruction 
 7,LMiss Edvarcds was appointed Asst. rrof. last year for one year only.
_-/reap)3ointed for one year to take the place of Prof Fuller on 
                   leave. 


 
     UNIVERS\PITY EXTENSION DTIVISION 
             Prom o t iones 
From Assistant Professor to Associate Professor 
  Dudley, W. H. 
From Instructor to Assistant Professor 
  George; V. C, 
  Jensen, Evelyn Hi 
        Leave of Absence 
Fuller, .vjo 
Asst. Prof. of Civil Engr. 
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? 
$1 
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    BUDGBT  ALTERATIONS 
SI¶MERJSEuly  ON     1921 
        July 7 th.0 
-   .                                                     .BOOM.!, 


 
Director. 
                                         U'e University of Wisconsin. 
                                                July 7th, 1921. 
 President E. A. Birge. 
     The Vn4 versity of Wisconsin. 
 Dear Pr ,ident Birge, 
                 Attached please find for sUbission to the 
 Regents alterations of the Summer Sessionsbudgetwhich have 
 been rendered necessary by the increase in registrations 
 over what was expected. We are now sure of over 44"00 paid 
 registrations as against a total of less than 3600 last year. 
 Fortunately, however, the increases are pretty well dis- 
 tributeA, so that by adding a few readers and iAnstructors 
 the vork is adequately taken care of without greatly 
 increased expense. The inlcreases shown in this list plus 
 those showvn in the bidget revision of JJune 18th, tota 
 $4,237.12. mis Is amply covered by the $5,0OO for contingent 
 instructieU: ontained in the original budget; hence we are well 
 within th0 oýiginal appioprlation of $105,(000. Of this 
 $105,C&0 t least $10i400 0to $12,000 in leave-of-.absence 
 electior i71 i not be requiled in cash* Our cash receipts 
 ovght to al~ppoxmnate #90,000, so that our cash exren-e 
 beyonid receipts ought not to be more than $,&Oco to ,5T000, 
                 Trusting that y'ou will find the apopended 
budget alterations satisfattory And will recommerd d them 
to 'ha Executive Committee of the Regents for approval, I am 
                          Very sincerely yours, 


 
Deore@as e 
A@alnt strati on                    no  hage 
College of Letter & Sc&eSaoe s 5,074.62 
Col1ege of EkIgneering 
Jaw ao 
@ollege of AgrCul~tUre          150.0 
Wlsconsin-High school           5WO.00 
Transfer ..to- Uiverity Library 
    for avsitsants              3S0.0 
Transfer to Registrar for 
              assiSt&3t8         00* 00 
         TfOTALS .            4,344.62 
         Inerease           * 4,159. 6 2 
         Increase in budget 
            revis ion June 18.8 77,50 
                     1921 
   fotal increase since 
       original budget       4,237.12 
S185. 00 
4185.00 
Boom 


 
Assistant Miss  ma Pisske, $15. 
         ttfss Ella Martin, $0150 
         I Miss Regina Stockhause, $150 
Increase 
    no chamige 
    no ch age 
    no change 
MChemis try 
Assistant E. Dw Botts, foIs 
$ 150.06 
_Economieics. 
Instructor H. B, Dorau, 41375,    $103.121103.12 
Instructor A. Jo Mertzke, $1750,4262,050  262.50 
Assistant Miss E. B. Dietrich qj) $ 5      75.w0O 
Readers, 504 per hour, est.               200.00 
glsh 
Instructor L. M. Beattie, full time, 
         18,0Oo-  270 
 Reader Mrs. iTargaret Brandenbupg, 
               flat rate $125 
Reader, to be named, $75 
Educa tion. 
Assistant Everett F. Patten, full time 
               $150 
Assistant Niel Rudie, fiull time, 1$50 
Reader, to be named, $I00 
$ 270.00 
   125.,00 
   75.;00 
 S15410oo 
 150-.o0 
1004 00 
OOLL. L oP WNL- a, & sZE. 


 
Geoggraov -& GeoQlo92v 
Instructor Miss Genivera Loft, $20001, 
     "from half to full time, add 8150 
German 
Prof'. B. Q. Torgan, part time, flat 
            rate, 160. 
Xis tor.oz 
Reader Frank W. Prescott, '$5 
Reader, Robert E. Riegel, 4100 
JLournalism 
Assis'tant Miss Ti tred Potter, $15 
Mathematics. 
Assistant Miss Edna Feltges, pnart time, 
        flat rate 4100 
Mus ic. 
Lecturer Mrs. E. J. Law, full time, 
  flat rate-, 4E0 
Assistant Miss Josephine Darrin, part 
   time, flat rate $50 
Thilosoishv. 
Instructor V. T. Thayer, part time, 
   flat rate, $100 
PhYs ical Educat ion. 
    Women' s Division, 
,Assistant Miss Julia Ranks, part time 
160.00 
504 00 
loo.~ko 
   no change 
   50. 00. 
100i000. 
125.oQ 
5 
Increase 
Decrease 


 
hvsl ca VEducaton   continued) 
Swimming assistants (women) 450.00 
Maid, Miss Mary Sutton, 41C8 
Maid, Miss Jennie O'Neill, 499 
Maid, Miss Ellen Starr, $90 
I0crease 
  50.O00 
fDecrease 
  no hbange 
9.00 
  no change 
Poltical Science. 
Readers Rodney L. Mott and E. O. Dopkins, 
   5W an hour, nt to exceed $80          .   80.00 
Romance Languages. 
Ass oProf. R. 3B. oichell, flat rate, 
  4255, vice Instr. i.. G. Fite, 9j255 
  resigned 
o.Cha~age 
Speech. 
Lecturer Ray Holcombe, (Utmiv, 
  flat rate $250 
Asst. Miss Sara Stinchfield, 
  "   M Mr. L  - 0. Anderson 
      "Miss Fay MRcConky 
      "Mrs. Smiley Blanton 
               Total 
         Budget provision 
              Increase 
e ova) 
  2501o00 
  150.00 
  75.00 
  30.00 
  100.00 
  605.O0 
  425, 0 
Zool o_ 
Reader Harvey M. Smith, by the 
  hour, not to exceed 450 
    TOTALS, COLLEGE OF LETEHS & SCIENCE $ 3,074.62 
180.00 
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OOLLEGE C F   tGNEIPING. 
Chemizal Engineerin * 
Instructor E. Do ?ahlberg, (5/6) $275 
                resigned 
Instructor Roland A. Ragat:, part time, 
       flat rate, 4150. 
Increase 
Decrease 
$ 275.0 
150.00 
&1ecti ral Ehnrineering. 
Instructor W. R. Lyon, full time, $270.00     2709 
Me chanri cal E-n.-v UO in9 
Prof. J. D. Phillips, $600, resigned 
Instructor N. F. Daubner, $1800, full time 
                   $270.a00 
    TOTALS? COLLEGE OF EMINERWNG 
      Decrease 
$ 6oo. oo 
$27 .0*00 
$690.00 
$ 875.00 
$185.0M 
                               LAW S OOL 
Library Assistants, Clarince Knutson, 
   Allen Whelan, at 30I per hour, not to 
     exceed $80.00                              20.a00 
COLLEGE OF AGRIC{LTURE 
Home Econ omloces 
Assistant Miss Dorothy Krueger, full time, 
        flat rate, $150. 
        IMTALS, College of Agriculture 
150400 
15o o00 


 
wiaconsin High SchOO1- 
Miss Nellie !'. Larson, \from half time 
     to full ti.e, add $1.00 
Miss Lynda Weber from half to full time, 
    additional $100 
Miss feva E. Anderson from-half to full 
   time, add $100 
Mr. Robert Riegel (1) $100 
Mrs. Margaret Brandenburg (1) $100 
    TOTALA IMZASE Yiconsin NHigh School 
Decrease 
100.00 
1 ool oo 
100,000 
10~00'0 
100.000 
500.00 
Transfer to University Library for 
                assistants                    300.00 
,Transfer to Registrar's Office for assist- 
                                    ants     300.000 
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             "-REGULAR ETING OF THE P ECUVVE C,=ITC  EE 
                         Madison, Wisdtii 
7                   July 29, 1921,   2:00 
   PRESENT: * ,egents Birge, Butler.'Hammond, Horlick, Kohier; 
             Bus iness Mahager Phillips, Secretary McCaffrey. 
                    REG0 OLIIA4 IE  T ONS OF THE PRES IDEUT 
                               -General- 
        I. That the following persons be granted legislative 
   scholarships for the year 1921-22. 
                               Graduate 
            Mary Stuart Walk-er, Box 323, bothaw Alabama 
            Grace 6. icClure Zorbaugh, 642 State St., MViadison. 
            George F. Barnwell, 2050 - 1st Avet., West, Vancouver, BC.0 
            Olive Lagerstrom, Sabetha, Kansas 
            David E. Sands, 305 Lathrop St., OMadison 
            Theodore Bergen Manny, 16 Lathrop St., Madison 
            Thomas Ellsworth Rawlins, Willows, Glenn Co-,California 
            John Pieper, 1207 W. California St., Urbana, Illinois4 
            Elmer H. Johnson, YvM.C.A., Helena, Montana 
            L. W. iBarnhardt, Route 3, Concord, NO, Carolina 
            Oscar Steanson, Abilene, Kansas- 
            Richard C. Ernmions, Geol. Survey, Capreol, Ontario, Canada 
            J. Newton wakeman, 1814 Ray 8 ., Madis.on 
            Fern E. Shar'., 543 J. Washington Ave., Madison 
            James E. Vallin, 6311    10th Ave., Seattle, Washington 
            Ray J. Davis, .519 State St., Madison 
            Olive M4 B iker, 1918 Vilas St.,, adison 
            Lawrence Eo Biemiller, 4704 Garrison Ave., Baltimore, id. 
                          Letters and Science 
             Chester W. Bailey, 553 Union Ave., Grand Rapids, Michigan 
             Lois B. Beattie, 2518   17i:th St., _NW., Washington, D.C. 
             Kathryn M-. Brady, 516 Lind St., 4i~uncy, Illinois 
             Frank  D. Crane, Kedvale Ave., Chicago, Illinois 
             Sonya Forthal, 921 University Ave.,? Madison, 
             Paul B. Friederich, 115SSo4 6th St..o St.Charles, Mlissouri
             Marie Kallio, Finlayson, Minnes-bta 
             Dorothy Kao, Barnard Hall, Madison (Care: Miss bby Mayhe';;
             Belle Knights, 218 S. Grove St., East Aurora, New York. 
             Ruth Kotinsky, 519 Canal St., New Orleans, Louisiana 
             John Bydjord, Lily, So Dakota               " 
             Jessie C, Tragear, 4745   3rd.Ave.; Detroit, Michigan 
             Della Co Westover, Groton, So.Dakota- 
Yuan Lung Yeh, 1117 Bowen Court, Mjadigon 


 
             "-REGULAR ETING OF THE P ECUVVE C,=ITC  EE 
                         Madison, Wisdtii 
7                   July 29, 1921,   2:00 
   PRESENT: * ,egents Birge, Butler.'Hammond, Horlick, Kohier; 
             Bus iness Mahager Phillips, Secretary McCaffrey. 
                    REG0 OLIIA4 IE  T ONS OF THE PRES IDEUT 
                               -General- 
        I. That the following persons be granted legislative 
   scholarships for the year 1921-22. 
                               Graduate 
            Mary Stuart Walk-er, Box 323, bothaw Alabama 
            Grace 6. icClure Zorbaugh, 642 State St., MViadison. 
            George F. Barnwell, 2050 - 1st Avet., West, Vancouver, BC.0 
            Olive Lagerstrom, Sabetha, Kansas 
            David E. Sands, 305 Lathrop St., OMadison 
            Theodore Bergen Manny, 16 Lathrop St., Madison 
            Thomas Ellsworth Rawlins, Willows, Glenn Co-,California 
            John Pieper, 1207 W. California St., Urbana, Illinois4 
            Elmer H. Johnson, YvM.C.A., Helena, Montana 
            L. W. iBarnhardt, Route 3, Concord, NO, Carolina 
            Oscar Steanson, Abilene, Kansas- 
            Richard C. Ernmions, Geol. Survey, Capreol, Ontario, Canada 
            J. Newton wakeman, 1814 Ray 8 ., Madis.on 
            Fern E. Shar'., 543 J. Washington Ave., Madison 
            James E. Vallin, 6311    10th Ave., Seattle, Washington 
            Ray J. Davis, .519 State St., Madison 
            Olive M4 B iker, 1918 Vilas St.,, adison 
            Lawrence Eo Biemiller, 4704 Garrison Ave., Baltimore, id. 
                          Letters and Science 
             Chester W. Bailey, 553 Union Ave., Grand Rapids, Michigan 
             Lois B. Beattie, 2518   17i:th St., _NW., Washington, D.C. 
             Kathryn M-. Brady, 516 Lind St., 4i~uncy, Illinois 
             Frank  D. Crane, Kedvale Ave., Chicago, Illinois 
             Sonya Forthal, 921 University Ave.,? Madison, 
             Paul B. Friederich, 115SSo4 6th St..o St.Charles, Mlissouri
             Marie Kallio, Finlayson, Minnes-bta 
             Dorothy Kao, Barnard Hall, Madison (Care: Miss bby Mayhe';;
             Belle Knights, 218 S. Grove St., East Aurora, New York. 
             Ruth Kotinsky, 519 Canal St., New Orleans, Louisiana 
             John Bydjord, Lily, So Dakota               " 
             Jessie C, Tragear, 4745   3rd.Ave.; Detroit, Michigan 
             Della Co Westover, Groton, So.Dakota- 
Yuan Lung Yeh, 1117 Bowen Court, Mjadigon 


 
Course in Coa= erce 
        Ralph H& Heidbreder, 1131 Vermont St., Q-uincy, Illinois 
        V~ictr- C.. Hunt,. 1515-W. M onroe St. "Chicago, llinbis 
        Leo A. Klemperer, 2745 Giddings St., Chicago, Illinois 
        Ev;elyn Lyon, 1223 High: St., Logansport, Indiana 
        Lawrence R. Nelson, 1034   3rd St., Grand Rapids, Mich 
        Cornelius A. RoSS, Doona,Y.....lowa 
        Julius MV. Thompson, Wabasha, Minnesota 
                    Course in J-ournalism 
        Bernice Elliott, 250 -moss Ave., Highland Parkb,.1ichiganh 
        Kenneth S. Fagg, 184171W* 24th St., Los-Angeles, Calif. 
        Anna W,. Hilpert, 2925 LaFayette Ave., St. Louis, M1o. 
        Fred S. Siebert, Mt. Iron, Minnesota 
                     School of Music 
        Florence Lanmpert, Lena, Illinois. 
                    College of Agriculture 
        C14rence Ca cravens- Harris, Tennessee 
        Nelle Alexander, Paris, Miss our i 
        Edith B. Blackckson St-, Sioux City, Iowa 
        Ruth B. Burlanan, Roscoe, Illin-ois 
                     College of Engineeringj...... 
       Robert L. Averill Batavia, Illinois 
       Everett C. Drew, 3 Grove Terirace,%Dubuque, Iowa 
       Clifford C. Gladson, 4962 Berthold Ave., Sto Louis, MVo. 
       Lewis H. Kessler, 207 Elm-St., Columbia City, Indiana 
       Clifford A. *1iulholland, 4645 Arco Ave., St. Louis, M1o0 
       Nels C. Richardson, 721 S. Walls Ave., Sioux-Falls, 
                                          South Dakota, 
       David Sinclair, 1513 Sunset Ave., Pasadena, California 
       Dwight Stalker, St. Anthony, Idaho 
                       Medical School 
       Beatrice Maher, Administration Bldg., University of 
                                Wisconsin 
                         Patriotic 
       Dwight E. Aultman, Jr., Camp Dix, iCjAw Jersey 
       Katherine Howard Baird, Corozal, Canal Zone, Panama 
     S...... R obert  A .  Watk ins,  Livingston ,  n 'i_  _. J 
     / ... :Thomas MI. Winst on, Highland Park, Illinois. 
( Q I  Adopted.' 
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        2,  the following persons-be granted South " Aierican 
   sh-olarsrips for the year'1921-22-: Prederico p. Nogueara, 
   Alfredo HuCson, and Benjamin Mar iategui. 
            Adopted. 
        3,m That in accorcdance with the certification of the     . 
Sregistrar'f degrees be'n granted to person's es s c np in e requir.W"
~- work f or gr-adua t ion in the summ er ses-sion4,-r ý         
   /4 
            Adopted., 
        4. That Helena HarringtonSalix; Iowa', be appointed 
   Saint Clara College Scholar for the year 1921-22. 
            Adopted. 
                           -Library- 
        I.  That Alma H. Meuer Be appointed library assistant, be 
  ginning July- 1.1921, at a slary of '?1i000 per annum; charge to 
  item for additional cataloguer. 
           Adopted. 
    -  2. That the resignatioh of Grace R. Barbee, library    ssistant, 
    e accepted to take effect June 1, 1921. 
           Adopted. 
       "3. That the following persons beappointed student assistants
  in the library, beginning-July 1, 1921, to be paid at the rate 
  placed opposite the name in each. case. 
Marion V. Connror ...... 374 
Grace hI.. Di11 ....w.... 40X 
A. F. Gassner.........30% 
Julia i. Jacks on..35e 
Margaret Leeg..a...q35X 
Frank W. McRavey ...... 40% 
walter H. Petterson., .353 
Lawrence T'. Segard. . . .40% 
Lynn S. Spring....-..40X 
Irving D. Steffen..... 40% 
-Letters and Science- 
     1   That- Flora Gilman be appointed librarian 
department for the year 1921-22, salary of $1200; 
laboratory fees. 
         Adopted. 
in the chemistry 
charge to 
4uz 
Adopted. 


 
                tthe resignation of F. L. Conover, teaching fellow 
  in chemistry, be accepted. 
           Adopted. 
       3, That Pau. V. Wa be reappointed assistant professor 
  of education for the year 1921-22; salary of $3000, providced in 
  the budget. 
           Ad-optISc. 
  of/  4, That the resignation of Leon S. Greehe, assistant professo- 
  iofindustrial education, be accepted to take effect at the close 
  of the summer session of 1921, 
           Adopted. 
       5. That A. R. Wqpple be appointed instructor in mathematics 
   or the year 1921-22, salary $2000 per anntum; in place of Mark 
 Ingraham., 
           Adopted. 
       6. That the salary of C. L. Hull, assistant professor of 
  psychology,  e increased from  2500 to        otheyear1921-22; 
  increase to be charged to unassigned instruction. 
           Adopted. 
       7.  That Rodn _yLAIoI   B.A., Stanford University, 1917, 
  1,-.A., Wisconsin, 1918, be appointed fellow in political science 
  for the year121-22. 
           Adopted. 
        8.  That 7J04DL.t   aS. B.A., Whitman College, 1920, be 
   appointed scholar in .olitieal science for the year 1921-22, 
            Ado--Qe 
        9. That P. C. Phillips be appointed instructor in Romance 
   languages for the year 1921-22 at a salary of $2000; provided in 
   the budget. 
            Adopted. 
        l0, That Una Meredith French be appointed assistant to the 
   principal of the WTisconsin High School and supply teacher for 
   the year 1921-22 at a salary of $200 per annum; in place of 
 ooAgnes Currie, resigned. 
 ij      -pt ed. 
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     Ii. That Lillian Victoria Sx     be appointe4U te  hI.n ellow 
in manual. arts.6far i-92y2 19       at aI salary of-,e 00;o charge 
to industrial scholars,  C QQ,: of" educat ion. 
         Adopted, ' 
     "12"l  That the resignation of MK Miller, student assistant
in 
physics, be accepted. 
         Adopted. 
     13. That Hugo L. Rusch be appointea student assistant in 
physics for the year 1,'-21-22, at a salary of $3450; in place of 
M. Miller, resignec, 
         Adopted. 
     14. That C. H. Grandgezit,, Harvard {jniversity, be appointed to 
give a public lecture on Dante some time during the first semester 
of 1921-22   to receive an honorarium of ;2200 in lieu of expenses; 
to be charged to letters and science   unassigned instruction. 
         Adopted. 
     15. That the following assistants be appointed for the year 
 1921-22 at the salary given in each case, to be charged to the 
 department cd~ncerned: 
Chemistry 
E)ýonomics 
Education 
English 
EarI W. pheIan........    $600 
Stephen Wer Whearty, Jr... 600 
R. E. Baber..............12&0 
J. D. Blanchard..*.........01500 
S.5J. Brandenburg ...... . .1000 
R. J. Colrert0............1375 
W.   0 Davis               750 
H. Be Dorau.............1750 
0X HI. Elvehjem..........1500 
H. Some      .1500 
V. r7. Lee........1500 
H7. L. M'cCracken..........1500 
W. w, I--orehouse...........750 
Jacob perlman............ .1000 
W. 1. Tyler   ......1500 
John R. McCrory............700 
Helen pouder.............. 300 
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         Psyacho ogy 
                      Everett F Patten0...... .$800 
         Physics 
                      Frederick W.. Nolte..... 450 (student) 
                      Ralph  1$. Spence.......... 450 (student) 
         Romance Languages 
                      H. C. Acton..........1200 
                      S, A. iVofsy............. 1400 
                      IMiargaret huott.. ......... 1400 
                      Lewis WI. Crawford....... 200 
                      Leland Shout............. 800 
                      ifa]"guer ite Pons'..........700 
                      anie V L, Bonnet... ..... 700 
                      Ruth Smith,,,,,'. 270 
                      Elizabeth Fisher..,.    1..ll00 
                      Robert T. Dunstan.,,... 800 
        Adopted. 
      16. That Florence 1ay Nicholson be appointed assistatit in 
English £for the year 1921-22  salary $500; charge to approriation
in budget for assistants. 
         Adopted. 
     17. That Howard Aiken be appointed student assistant Jn 
 ./hysics for the year 1921'22, salary $450; charge to appropriation 
 in the budget for assistants in physics. 
         Adopted. 
     18. That Ruby Black, of Chicago, under consideration for an 
instructorship in journalism, receive $11 toward expense of trip 
fron Chicago to i-adison and return; charge to travel   letters 
and Science. 
         Adopted. 
                        -Agr iculture- 
     i. That R. R. Smith, Court House, IManitowoc, VWisconsin, be 
appointed county agricultural representative for Manitowoc County, 
beginning July 18, 1921; compensation at the rate of ()2500 per 
annum,* twelve months basis, divided as follows: University $'1700, 
Manitowoc County $800; provided in the budget. 
         Adopted. 
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              2. That 0, C, Bryan be appointed assistant in agricultural
         bacteriology foor eight weeks beginning July 1, 1921, at a salary
of 
         ,.)25 a week; charge to 3Kk Legume Culture Fund. 
                  Adcoptedj 
             3.   That MTfarie Lottes be appointed mart-time assistant in
         agricultural bacteriology for the year '21-.22, salary $800 per
         annum; provided in the budget. 
                  Adopt-ed. 
              4. That Eu.rp ene . Drake be appointed assistant in agricultural
         bacteriology for the year 1921-22, salary $f1000 per annum; provided
         in the budget. 
                  Adopted. 
              5. That S. W. Shear be appointed asslist3Lnt in agricultural
         economics from July 8 to August 15, 1921, salary at the rate of
         $25 a month; charge to item of $1800 for assistants in budget. 
                  Adopted. 
            a 6. That the resignation of SamueljW. Mendum, instructor in
          gricultural economics, be accepted to take effect August 1, 1921.
                  Adopted. 
              7. That Henry KCller, Jr., be appointed part-time assistant
         in agricultural econoiics froi August 1, 1921 to the close of the
         academicye a r1.94-22, saly r$,60 a month; charge as follows: 
         I.340 to item of ,)1800 for assistants, $5320 to item of '500 for
         cost accounting (p.85). 
                  Adopted. 
4 
              8. That     W VJ. Heal be app:ointed part-time assistant in
        animal husbandry for the months of July and August 1921, salary 
        $100 a month, also h,-÷F-tire assistant for the year 1921-22,
salary 
        $600 per annumw; charg)e to vice Fargo item and to assistants long
        and short course. 
                  Adopjted. 
              9. That A. L. DuPant be a-p.ointed half-time assistant in 
        aninal husbandry for the year 1921-22, compensation $)600 per 
        annum; charge to vice _Fargo it-1 Of f)2400 and assistants in long
        and short course. 
                  Adopted. 
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     '..10. That H. B. Somerfield be appointed - art-tmne-assista.nt in 
animal husbandry for the year-192l2..22, satlary $700 per annum; 
charge to item for short course assistant. 
         "Adopted. 
     11. That the summer service salary of $600 for Professor " 
E. H. Farrington be readjusted: $429- to be charged tagrichilture 
(instead of $575) and $171 to the general summer session budget. 
         Adopted. 
     12. That   . T, "'Nightingale be appointed instructbr in 
horticulture for the year 1921-22, salary $2000 per anhum; 
charge ..to vice G. Potter. 
         Adopted. 
     13. That John Monteith be appointed ass istant in plant' 
pathology 'for o'ne half 6t   month of July, salary- at the rate 
of $150 a month; charge t'o summer service assistants in plant 
pathology. 
         Adopted. 
     14. That the following temporary assistants be appointed for 
the period and the amount of salary given in each case; 
                           Assistants 
         Plant Pathology 
               e. B. Streets, three. months beginning JuIly 1, 1921, 
                              at $125 a month; charge to Door 
                              County fund. 
               LK,. Jones,     two months, beginning July 1V 1921, 
                              at $150 a month; charge to Door 
                              County fund. 
               A. J. Riker,    two months, beginning July 1, 1921, 
                              at $125 a month, charge to summmer 
                              service assistants in plant.pathology. 
              ]lurley Fellows,two monthks beginning July 1, 1921, 
                              at $125 a month; charge to 8B 
                              Heinz Pickle fund $125 and Surmmer 
                              Service assistants plant pathology 
                              $125. 
               F. M. ]3acbman, one and one-.half months beginning; 
                              July 1, 1921, at $166.67 a month; 
                              charge to allotment f-or Work on 
                              onion disease -university research. 


 
Aron 0m 
            Tv Nelson, three months, beginning July IL. 
                       1921, at $100 a month full time 
                       and one month beginning October 1, 
                       1921 aft 7,3O a m onth part ' time; 
                       charge to assistant alfalfa work 
                       .$6oo0o 
Hort iculturei.... 
         -.-L. Schrader, June Li. to September 15, 1921, 
                        at' the--a teof$150 a month; 
                        charge to Door County fund. 
   Agicultural Etonomics 
         V. 7. Lee, 
Agricultural Engineeri 
Carl Helwig, 
Harold Stark, 
S. T.Vaughan, 
C.E. White, 
W .A . RowIands, 
three months, beginning July 1, 
1921, at. $00 0 mbnth; charge to 
item fbr assistants in agricul.tural 
econom ics. 
.ng 
two and one-i.2lf months, beginning 
July 1, 1921, at $90 a inonth; chargp, 
tb assistants agricultural engineer- 
ing. 
two and one-half months, beginning 
July 1, 1921, at $q90 a month; 
charge to lanca clearing fund. 
two and one-half months, beginning 
July1,3 1921, at $.)75" a montho 
charge to land Clearing fund. 
two and one-half months, beginning 
July-1, 1921, at $75 a month; c 
charge to land clearing fund. 
two and one-half months, beginning 
july 1, 1921, at *$'75 a month; 
charge to land clearing fund. 
         Adoipted. 
     15, That J. -V. Steaeus be appointe" half.-tine assistant in 
agricultural bacteriolc "y for the year 1021-22, salary (::500; 
charge to research assistant in soil bacteriol.ogy 
         Adopted. 
     16. That F. JW arku   be appointed fellow in so'ls (National 
Fertilizer Association-) from July 1 to October 1, ,1921, sal, y 
<125 a month; funds provided by the Association, 
         Ad o- t e d. 
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     17, That Charles-D. Samuels, 2520 Du rart St., Berkeley. 
California, be appointed part- time assiStaht in soils for the year 
1921-22, salary $)250; charge to $700 for Truog's research ass istant. 
         Adopted. 
     18. That the resignation bf RoPal Kl-ofancda county agriultural 
representative for Calumet County, be accepted to take effect 
July 1, 1921. 
         Adopted. 
                                     J/ 
     19,. That John HO. Hill be appointed county agricul.tural repre- 
sentative for Sawyer 6ounty beginning August 1, 1921j ,salary $2000 
per annim, twelve months' basis, divided as follows- University 
$1700, County $300. 
         Adopted. 
     20, That the resignation of JLLush, assistant in genetics, 
 e accepted to take effect August 15, 1921. 
         Adopted. 
     21, That Henr-- Steens be appointed assistant-in genetics 
for the year l91-22, hnlf time bap   , salary of $600; charge to 
item of $600 provided in the budget for chemical analysis work. 
         Adopted. 
     22. That John J. yoke be appointed half-time assistant in 
genetics for the year 1921-22, salary of '?700;charge to provision 
for salary of J.LLush, resigned* 
         Adopted. 
     23. That Dewey G. Steele, .uaker City, Ohio, be appointed 
half-time assistant in genetics for the ycar 1921-22, salary of 
$l'600,; charge to salary of J.L.Lush, resigned. 
         Adopted. 
     24. That G. N. Strsan be appointed part-time assistant in 
genetics for the year 1921-22, salary $300; charge $ 100 to re- 
mainder of salary of 3.L.Lush, resigned, and :t200 to summer research 
in genetics. 
         Adopted. 
     25. That B. A. Baird be app~ointed d~art-time instructor in 
plb~nt pathology, for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $)900; charged 
to the appropriation for assistants in the department. (Also in 
Botany Letters and Science $1l,100 total salary $2,00) 
         a~dopted. 
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                          -Eng.ineerlin.g" 
     .1. That Professor N. V. Ijillar be made assistant dean of the 
c ollege- of engineeri- for- the year 1921-22, without change, of his 
Sprofessoiial title or rank,-and tha8t his balary be made $4500 for 
the year; t-o. fill. the vaciancy createdi by the appointment of 
Professor Phillips-asbiusiness manaer for the year; anereaLe 
charged to appropriation for Phillips. 
         Adopted.. 
     2. That the salary of H. D. Orth, associate professor of 
drawing be increased by "$50 for the yeaxr 1921-22 on account of 
his taking a portion of prbfessor Phillips' work; increase charged 
to appropriation for PIillips, 
         Adopted. 
     *3. That A.H. Aagaard, 6647 Perry -Ave.,. Chicago, illinois, 
be appointed assistant professor' of stE,:Um and gas engineering for 
the year 1921-22, ata salary of      00; charge to ý6000 item in 
budget bf department. 
         Adoptecd. 
      4. That Kenneth 1 L. Sc0tt be appointed instructor in elec- 
 trical engineering for-the year 1921-22, at a salary of $1600; 
 provided in the budget. 
          Adopted. 
      5. That Ernest H. Har-twig be- appointed instructor in 
 chemical engineering for the year 1921-22 at a salary of $1500; 
 provided in the budget. 
          Adopted. 
      6. That F. P,, ,Voy be appointed-instructor in engineering 
 administration for mechanical and electrical engineering students 
 for the year 1921-22 at a salary of 1800; charge to $6000 item 
 in steam and gas engineering. 
          Adopted. 
      7P That C. A. Jjking, instructor in mechanics, be 
 appointed research assistant in mechanics for two months, 
 beginning July 15, 1921, salary at the rate of $125 a month; to be 
 charged to research- engineering. 
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Ext ens i onvo 
     1. That WJ. . Wines be appointed instructor in mebhhanical 
engineering, beginning July 5, 1921, sabty at the rate of PZoo 
per annum, twelve months basis; provided in the buidget. 
         Adopted. 
     2. That Trene Langwell be appointed assistant in the Milwaukee 
district at a salary of $1500 per annui:, twelve months basis,. 
beginning juy 15, 1921; charge to item for chief clerk. 
         Adopted. 
     3.   That Dudley Brooks be appointed temporary assistant in 
English fromi July 1 to A;ust 1, 1921, Salary at the rate of $.25 
       Eng750ifrhassistant 
a month; charge to item of ('750 for assistant 
          Adopted. 
     4. That C. A. YNWilson be apijointed instructor in civil 
engineering beg-inning july 20' 1921, on half time, salary $)100 a 
i-.onth; in ploace o J. G. Bennett, resigned. 
         Adopt 
     5. That Lucy M. Puehler be appointed, instructor in Romance 
languages beginning August 1, 1921 at a salary of $800 per annum, 
tlelve months basis*; 720 provided in budet, balance - $80- 
charge to additional instruction.  (Miss Puehler is also in 
Loroiance language department - letters and science, $800). 
         Adopted. 
      6. That Chiester Allen, district representative, Oshkosh 
 district, be grantedleave of absence for the month of August, 
 without pay. 
         Adopted. 
      7. That Llary Bausch be appointed instructor in Latin and 
 Greek to carry the work., of Miss Pitman cduring her vacation for the 
 month of August, - t a salary of "75 for half time. 
         Adopted. 
      6. That Victor Pelz be appioinPPed assistant professor of 
 m~arketing and business organization, for the year 1921-22, at a 
 salary of $3000; provided in the budget. 
         Adopted. 


 
          9.  That Dudley  -o:o  be   -iK :8C ii>r additional work in
     correcting assignments in hugl.-. d-.    the latter part of 1920-21;
     charge to Wages - 2A 0 .    0tion. 
              Adopted. 
                               -M.led ic ine- 
          I:. That -ILuia Giryotas be appointed x-ray assistant  Univer-
     sity infirmary afld hospital, for the year 1921-22, at a salary 
     of $l100; beginning July 1, 1921; provided in the budget. 
              Adcopted. 
          2   That C. -E- Zellmer be appointed research ass'is-tant for the
  S sumnmer of' 1921' at a salary of' 
                            sa0 for the period; to be charged 
     to allotment from the university research fund for experimental 
     work in penumonia . 
             Adopted. 
         3,. That J, Leonard Vickers be appointed' assistant in 
    bacteriology for the month of July, 1921, at a salary of   55; 
S   charged .gainri-oneys appr,ýriated for research in pneumonia for
    the fiscal yea.r 2A20-21. 
             Adopted. 
                             ,Researc#- 
         i. That the following allotments   >. uade from the University
    research fund: 
               FProfes sorý John  .. Commons, ,400; 
                                          Sub j ec t; Unempl oym ent 
                                             increase of allotment 
                                             previously made from $r600 
                                             to 01000 for research 
                                             ass oc iate.e 
               Professor Victor Lenher, "150 for raw material 
                                          Subject: Selenium oxychloride 
               F. L. Clap-p, education, 
                                          JSbject: Sources of distinc- 
                                             tion in elementary schools 
                                             2500 for the -§urchase
of 
                                             test material. 


 
                  Profess or/tcaniels ~ikFart-on.i themistry" 
                                          IFSbT:nfluenbe of oblvents on a
                                       1Mfon omolecular r6actiion 
                                       $1550 for services of R. H., Lueck,
                  A. G Ijaxid, Greek, 
                                   Subje,   Photographs of palyri, 
                                       025 f or1J p  .+!oraphic work. 
                  Prof crsoPs' Fred and Peters on, .,ter io0ogy and 
                                    agr iqi.ltura cneimiistry, 
                                    SUbjec-: PFer, ntat ion, . 
                                       $276 for special apparatus and. s
                                       special chemiCals. 
                  Adopted. 
                                "-Yf-omen's Affairs- 
             -1.ThatM1iss MargaretAMCullenL,,     s t on', lie 
        appointed mistress of Chadbourne*Hall, frtom September 1, 1921- tb
        the close of the year 1921-22, at a salary of q1,000 and living 
        expenses. 
                 Adopted. 
                 A co~m~u111J tion was presented from S H. Goodnight, 
        Director of the Summer Session, recomm.aending that certain receipts
        for the Open Air Theatre Fund be transferred to the Memorial 
        Union Building Fund. 
                 It was 
                 VOTED, That''the balance of ý;745.34 in the gift
appropria 
I      tion fund be transferr.ed at this time to the Memorial Union 
        Building Fund, and that $452.70 for rentals which was credited to
        the University Fund income b, also transferred to the Memorial 
        Union Building Fund, if the item can be properly audited under 
        the prevailing statute. 
                  The business manager and secretary were authorized 
        to renew the $P5,000 note at the Bank of -Vfisconsin, borrowed to
     Scover expenses of the Memorial Union Bu] d-ing campaign, for an 
     a,, dditional four month.2 August 1, to De.erber 1 1921. 
                  Regezt. .cohler " ought up the matter of securing
the 
            servcesof Dan oodnight to aid in the Memorial Union Building
        campaign. 
                  it was 
                  VOTED, That Dean S. H- Goodnight be allowed to devoter
        one-half time to the Me:imorial anion Building campaign, and that
        suitable arrangements be made for assistance in the office of 
        the Dean of Men during his absence. 
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        A communication -.s presented from the Director of th.e t 
Summer Session with a final, statenent of cost .of 'the summer session 
showing an increase of '29700 vyer the figures previously reported, 
but all within the appropriation for the. summer session., 
          Itwas/                                                   , 
        VOTED, That the adjustments as presented be approved* 
        It was 
        VOTED, That the. bus.iness manager be authorized to proceed 
with the purchase .of the-Ashn and Hfarms in accordanCe 
with the appropria-tions ma'ie#%y the 1921 legi 'l a ture  subject to 
the approval of the State Board Of  ducation. 
    The matter of securing additional quarters for the 
ersity Exteniln             inMwaLke-ewa S referred to the 
ident of the'niversity, the Chairz. ::n of the University 
nsion Committee, and the Business ;d.t,.,ager. 
              IRECC,,liENDAT IONS OF THE BUS INESS MANAGER 
                1. That authority be granted to sign options r' tif   e 
           EdmundsonBirge, Kempf and Brown przoperties at prices nbt to 
           exceed the 1921-22 budget. estimatesj payment on option not to
    .y'\/ exceed 5, of purchae price   Subject to the approval of the 
           ...ove,"nor and Board of Education. 
                    Adopted. 
                2.  That authority be granted to have plans and specifications
pr e$prepared for the Agriculture Heating Plant Loiler project after 
           approval of the Governor and the State Board of Education. 
           (Approprriation 1l5,00O..0 
                    "Adopted. 
                5.  Thatauthority be granted to haove plans and specifications
           prepared for the water mains' project a er the approval of the-
           overnor and the State Board of Educati  1. (Appropriation .l2,00O)
                    Adopted. 
                4. That authority be granted to approve contracts for the
           meters' project subject to approval by the State Board of Education.
           (Pri-ces being obtained by Purchasing Department) (Appropriation
           oo)Adopted. 
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        A communication -.s presented from the Director of th.e t 
Summer Session with a final, statenent of cost .of 'the summer session 
showing an increase of '29700 vyer the figures previously reported, 
but all within the appropriation for the. summer session., 
          Itwas/                                                   , 
        VOTED, That the adjustments as presented be approved* 
        It was 
        VOTED, That the. bus.iness manager be authorized to proceed 
with the purchase .of the-Ashn and Hfarms in accordanCe 
with the appropria-tions ma'ie#%y the 1921 legi 'l a ture  subject to 
the approval of the State Board Of  ducation. 
    The matter of securing additional quarters for the 
ersity Exteniln             inMwaLke-ewa S referred to the 
ident of the'niversity, the Chairz. ::n of the University 
nsion Committee, and the Business ;d.t,.,ager. 
              IRECC,,liENDAT IONS OF THE BUS INESS MANAGER 
                1. That authority be granted to sign options r' tif   e 
           EdmundsonBirge, Kempf and Brown przoperties at prices nbt to 
           exceed the 1921-22 budget. estimatesj payment on option not to
    .y'\/ exceed 5, of purchae price   Subject to the approval of the 
           ...ove,"nor and Board of Education. 
                    Adopted. 
                2.  That authority be granted to have plans and specifications
pr e$prepared for the Agriculture Heating Plant Loiler project after 
           approval of the Governor and the State Board of Education. 
           (Approprriation 1l5,00O..0 
                    "Adopted. 
                5.  Thatauthority be granted to haove plans and specifications
           prepared for the water mains' project a er the approval of the-
           overnor and the State Board of Educati  1. (Appropriation .l2,00O)
                    Adopted. 
                4. That authority be granted to approve contracts for the
           meters' project subject to approval by the State Board of Education.
           (Pri-ces being obtained by Purchasing Department) (Appropriation
           oo)Adopted. 
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              5. That authority be granted to purchase an. install a Moa
6 
         Andiffren-lTingr=r sulphur dioxide refrieration in&chihe subject
         to approval by the State Board of E' ucatioon. (Estimated cost 
         $4,765) (Part of College of Agricultutrer     -   eroect- 
         Amount available for conjpletepý-roj ect $29,000). 
                  Adopted. 
              6.  That authority be .granted to have plans andi specifica-
A        tions prepared. for the installation of the temperature 0chtrol
         apparatus and the'preparation of space for the refrigeration 
         machine, subject to approval by the State Board of Eduication. 
   " 
         (Estimated cost $2,409) (Part of College of Agriculture greenkouse
         project.)                ...t 
                  Adopted. 
               7. That authority be granted. to have plans and specifica-
   QQAtions prepared for an addition toandhepatholo                     
   m 
          of the Plant Pathology Departmaent, subject to approval by the
          State Board of Education. (Estimated cost .3000) (Part of 
          College of Agriculture greenhouse project). 
                  Adopted. 
              8. That'authority be granted to have plans and specifications
        S.prepared and to secure bids for 68 feet of greenhouse,h'ord and
        , Btiurnrham type, subject to approval by the State Board of Education.
          (Estimated cost $6,000.) (Pat of College of Agriculture greenhouse
            proec) Adopted( 
                  (Estimated costforf(rait  C 
               9. That Halls and Cornmons be allotted   lI,300 for furniture
          and equipmient, this amount to be transferred from the Regents'
          unassigned Physical Plant 1921-22 budget. 
                  Adopted. 
               10. That the folloving refunds be granted: 
                         'a. 14.37 to Esther Hilberts, a Barnard Hall 
                            resident who left college July 20, 1921; 
                         b. $4.80 to Leta Linch, a Barnard Hall resident
                            who withdrew from college because of illness;
                         c. 57971 to Margare V{F&hews, an otiegr 
                            who boarded at nnard and who was released 
                            from her board contract before the end of 
                            suxzl~er school at the request of the clinic.
                   Ad oit ed. 


 
                The business manager presented a-requaest from the- 
       Wisconsin.Veterinary Medical Association for the use of the Stbck
       Pavilion, Gy'mnasigumn. and- Gymnasium Annex f or a three day meet
ihg 
       of the American Veterinary Medical Association to be held during 
       the first Week in August, 1922. 
                It was 
                VOTED, That the request be approved, ahd that the 
       business manager be authorized to fix the amount of rental. 
                The business manager presented a request from w. It. 
       Sackett, Captain of the Wisconsin 1National Guard for'a leave of 
       absence for 1B. J. Poemer, a member of Headquarters Troop, 22nd 
       C1valry Division, or two *eeks on full pay. 
                It was 
                VOTED, That the request be approved. 
                The bus inegs manager reported that the State Engineer 
         ld submit the coal contracts soon for the year 1921-220 
                It was 
                VOTED, That the business manager be authorized to 
  Sapprove the contracts, and that the presddent and secretary of 
)     the board be authorized to sign in behalf of the regents. 
               The business manager reported upon the completion of 
      the contragt for the stadium;W- upon the guarantee for the securing
      of "picric acid" from the Government; and upon the purchase
of the 
      Hinze property which was optioned last year. 
               The secretary reported that a committee of the Cla 
      0 1906 had sent the regents a draft for "200 as a contribution
      of the class to the fund for the construction of the Memorial 
      Tinion Building. 
               It was 
               VOTED, That the secretary be instructed to express the 
      appreciation of the regents to the Class of 1906 for this gift. 
               Upon recommendation of the jibusiness manager it was 
               VOTED, rThat the salary of C. E. Britt, gardener in the 
      CoI'ee- of Agriculture  be increased-from "1500 to $1800 per annum,
      to take effect July 1, 1921; the increase to be charged to un- 
      assigned~ instruction. 
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        Upon recommendation of the president it wqs 
        VOTED, That, to Correct an error in the budget, the item 
for the Mistress of Barnard Hall and the Mistress of Chadb-ourne 
Hall. on page 24   be increased in. each case from ,.375 to -"600; 
the auditional $450 to-be charged-to conting~ent for Adrinhistration 
and General; and that the same items on page 178--of the budget, 
Dormitories and Commons, be increased frbm $,)815-to  '$ý900 eabh.,
(This provides for the same salaries as those fixed by the regents 
on August 5. 1920.*)- 


 
     The following bills were presented, audited, approved and 
ordered paid:- 
May 31, 12-691 
        12692 
        12693 
        12690 
        12697 
        12698 
        12699 
        12690 
        12699 
        12700 
        12702 
        12702 
        12703 
        12704 
        12705 
        12706 
        12707 
        12708 
        12709 
        12710 
        12711 
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        12713 
        12714 
        12715 
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        12724 
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        12728 
        12729 
        12730 
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        12732 
        12733 
        127 34 
        127 3*5 
        12736 
        12737 
American Chemical Society Reprints 
Amnerican Pharmaceutical Ass'n. I 
Automotdve 'lec.Serv.Co. Screws 
J. T. Baker  Chemical Co. Chemicals 
Bemis Bros.Bag Co.        Cotton 
Blackhawk Elect.Co.       Lamp guard 
BurrbUgha Adding Mach.Co. Machine repairs 
Capital City Auto Radiator . 
          Works           Radiator repairs 
H. Channon Co.           Punches, iolts, etc. 
It     II   II              f!   "   t"(! 
City of Madison           Use of t-ractor 
Frank L. Clap*            Books 
Corona Chem.Div.Pittsburgh 
     Plate Glass Co.      Chemicals 
Crane Co.                Valves 
The Daily Cardinal        Advertibaement 
The F. Dohmen Cb.         ied.sui4plies 
Enimer & Amend            Weights & beakers 
The Elliott Co .           Ink ro.Ller 
Louis A. Geffert          Harnes* repairs 
Edmund Gram               Piano tuning 
Fred Hanruan              Expr es-, 
Hayes P±aNp & Planter Co. Bolts 
The Inland printer Co.    Subscription 
International Harvester Co. 
    of America            Machine repair 
Lake Rest Fr~uit Farm & Gardens 
Lederle jatitoxin Lab.    Vaccine & serum 
Geo. B. Limbert & Co.     Ells 
J. R. - McCrory           Cloth &" brushes 
Miiadison Club            Lecturer"  Expenses 
M1adison Motor Car Co.    Axle shaff 
Mý.ason Regulator Co.     Repairing valves 
Merrell-SouLe, Sales Corp. Skinmed milk 
Michigan Agric.College    C1ovr 
John C. Moore Corporation Blanks 
H.   . Moyer, Inc.        Ear ta 3 
H. R  d Mulford Co.       Serum 
Multicolor Sales Cor.     Feed x olls 
John A. Salzer Seed Co.   Seed 
Samson Tractor Co.        Tees 
Schaeffer & Budenberg Mifg.Co.Gatges 
L. F. Schoelkopf          Auto -arts 
The Schwaab Stamp & Seal C4o.Rep.No, machine 
0. M. Scott & Sons Co.     Seeds 
Smal7 ey Mfg.C o.          M:achire pairts 
South Atlantic Ad~v.Publishing Cc.Advertising 
South Dakota State College~eedir, gs 
A. G. Spalding & Bros.    B3~11a 
3.60 
33.59 
20 ,02 
17.62 
5.70 
" .75 
6.87 
10.00 
4.10 
13.77 
30.00 
10.64 
30.00 
38.04 
9*60 
7.65 
42.21 
3.67 
14.15 
4.00 
5.22 
1.71 
4.00 
1.40 
4.50 
32.50 
36.52 
3.33 
4.35 
3.30 
4.05 
8.50 
17.00 
7.78 
4.50 
4.83 
10.00 
1.00 
44.61 
29.60 
34.14 
1.89 
6.90 
23.35 
7,*50 
6jOo 
5. 74 


 
12738   Stevens, Maloney & Co.    Fi1e                  1.40 
12739   The Tablet & Ticket Co.   Letters               2.09 
12740   Taylor Instrunment Companies Charts             2.57 
12741   J. 6I. Thorburn & Co.     seeds                30.00 
12742   Thuringer-Garbutt Co.     Drygoods              4.50 
12743   Henry Troemner            Weights             288.20 
12744   Underwood Typewriter Co. Typewriter repaie      3.50 
1274-5 Vaughan's Seed Store       Painting              8..35 
12746   Veterinary Medicine       Reprints             16.35 
12747   westinghouse Elec.& Mfg.Oo.0iabhine parts     165.9-6 
12748   Westinghouse Traction Brake Co.Piston ring       .86 
12749   Oscar H. Will & Co.       Seed                  1.00 
12750 World Book Co.              BOok                   .60 
12751   American Steel & Wire Co. Wire                 31.56 
12752 Evergreen Nursery Co.       Trees                45.50 
12753   Otis Elevator C6o.        Rope ''39..505 
12754   Fred 11i. Schliimzgen     Cutting letters      42.75 
12755 Western Electric Co.(Mlilw.) Melting pot          1.12 
12756 American Book Co.           Books                 5.17 
12757  The American Law book Co.0                       8.00 
12758  Am&erican Iviedicl1 Assn.    "                  35.75 
12759  American Society of Civil 
           Engineers                                    8.00 
12760  Badger-Packard M:achinery Co.Machinery         124.43 
12761  Charles H. Besly & Co.     Tubing               41.89 
12762  Boni r Liveright          Books                 13.39 
12763  Albert Bonnier Pub.House                        24.00 
12764 Bureau of Business Research                       3.00 
12765  Callaghan   Col.                                65.00 
12766  Canada Law Book CO., Ltd. i                      2.50 
12767  Capital City Pla3ing Co.                         9.90 
12768  The Carswell Co., Ltd.       "                  21.35 
12769 Mrs. S. M. Cleaver         Book                    .50 
12770  Committee on Economic 
              Researgh Harvard Univ. Subscr ipt i on   60.00 
12771  Detroit Twist Drill Co.   Drills                 9.79 
12772 M. E. Diemer               Lantern slides        53.90 
12773  Favor Ruhl & Co.          Easels                27.00 
12774  J. Fischer & Bro.          Music                 1.55 
12775 Harvard Theological Review   Book                  .75 
12776  D. 0. Haynes & Co.           "f5.00 
12777 D. C. Heath & Co.                                 5.49 
12778  Bayard Holmes                                   16.00 
12779  Library Bureau            Tires                  7.88 
127-0 Lon%^ans Green Co.         Books                  9.01 
12781  A.C.ivicClturg &% Co.        "                   1.64 
12782  The Macmillan Co.           "6.56 
12783 M adison Paper CO.         Fixtures               7.80 
12784  Frederick C. M~athews Co. Loot                   3.30 
12785  The Mvodern Humanities 
             Resea~rch Ass'n.    Fee & bulletins       1.50 
12786 Moseley Book Co.           Scrap book            1.80- 
12787  The Mioto-.Meter Co.) Inc. Ivioto-nieter type  25.39 
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12830 
12831 
12832 
12833 
12834 
1283-5 
12836 
                             "IIOt.88 
Metropolitan 5 - 50X Store Knives            2.70 
Niine & Smelter Supply Co. Pliers & hammers38.40 
Scientific M,,aterials Co. Thermometer     10.56 
Sears, Roebuck & Co.      Machine parts      3.20 
Seneca Camera Mifg.Co.    Cameras           54.14 
Smart Motor Car Co.       Spark plugs        3.20 
Standard Calomiineter Co. Valves             9.61 
Standard Oil Co,          Hydrone & wire     7.15 
Tilton & Co.              Rabbits          12.50 
  RUssell Sage Foundation   Books 
  G. Schirmer Inc. 
  Chas. Scribner's Son 
  Selling A id                ,, 
  John D° Sherman Jr. 
  Silver, ;Burdett & Co. 
  Society of Automotive Engr., 
  A. G. Spalding & Bros. -  Net 
  State Historical Society of Wis. Books 
  Stoughton V/agon Co.     Wheels2 
  Technical Book Shop      Books 
  A. Francis Trams            ,, 
  University of Chicago Press 
  University of illinois 
  Western Iron Stores Co.  Hardware 
  John Wiley & Sons Inc.   Books 
  William Wood & Co.       Books 
  Worimens Compensation 
         Pub. Bureau       Pamphlets 
 Julius Andrae & Sons      Wire 
 The Anglers Co.           Dogs 
 Arthur Beeken             Turtles 
 Chas. H. Besly & Co.      Brams tubing 
 Bethlehem Steel Co.       Steel 
 Peter Burger              Hardware 
 Burgess Battery Co.       C6lls 
 Thd Carborundun Co.       Carbo powder 
 Detroit Lubricator Co.    EcCentric 
 T, F. Dresen              Repair watch 
 General Biological Supply 
     House                Lab. Material 
 General Electric Co.      Express 
 Thil Dehnert              Guilea pigs 
 Friederich & Dimmock      Fla3ks 
 General Radio Co.         Traneformer 
 W. A. King                Toads 
 Kny-Scheerer Corporation  Serrefine 
 Alex .Kornhauser Co.     Velvet 
 S. S. Kresge Co.          Tape J- Yarn 
 Linen Thread Co.         Fishing suppl: 
Madison Packing Co.       heat 
   41       f                tl 
- 3- 
  97.74 
  .?,o01 
  Z.12 
  -3.50 
  6.50 
  4.66 
  7.50 
  24.00 
  6.00 
  88o25 
  2.25 
  1.00 
  12.15. 
  3.30 
  6.10 
20,40 
41.83 
   .25 
16.07 
53.10 
3 * 90 
11,65 
4.62 
4.20 
12.00 
6.32 
  .58 
  1.50 
    42.48 
    2.06 
    8.00 
    39.75 
    9.25 
    2.70 
    1.26 
    5.00 
    3.80 
ies 49.25 
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12871 
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12878 
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12882 
12883 
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12885 
12886 
   Liquors 
   steam trap 
   Rolls & bread 
   Chem icals 
Co.Steel 
   Paper 
   Gauze 
   Pencils 
   Shdde Cloth 
   -eencils, erasers 
L. W. Ferdinand & Co.       Glue*cement 
General Paper & Supply Co.Paper 
Goldsmith BrosS. &'R. Co.Mercury 
Grassellie Chermical. Co.   Chemicals 
Greusel- Quarfot Elec.Co. Elec'.Su-oplies 
Heath & Milligan Mvffg.Co. Paint2 
11l2nois Glass Co.         Glass 
International Glass Co.    Glass tubing 
Samuel Lewis               Mops 
Madison Battery & Service 
             Co.           Hydrogen 
Mohr@-Jones Hdwe.Co0       Wire cloth 
Be H. Sargent & Co.        C#Iem.Supplies 
Schaar & Co.               Beakers 
Sewell-Clapp Envelopes     Envelopes 
Standard Paper Co.         Paper 
Tablet & Ticket Co.        Letters 
Washburn Crosby Co.        Flour sacks 
Geo. E. Watson Co.         Brushes 
F. S. Webster Co.          Carbon Co. 
West Disinfecting Co.      Coro -npo~eum 
Western Shade Cloth Co.    shade cloth 
Westinghouse Lamp Co.      Lamps     4i. 
Wilkens-Anderson Col       Crucibles 
W. S. Tyler Co.            Sieves 
U.W. Meatt Market          Meat 
united Typothetae of America Forms 
Washington School of 
     Accountancy           Books 
Westinghouse Elec.& Mfg.Co,Motor 
Wesbn Electr ical Instrument 
      Carnpany             Elec.Apparatus 
Whitall TatUxm Co.         Jars 
Wisconsin Brick Company    Brick 
Yos t Manufacturing Co.    Vise 
Baillie Hedquist Co.       coveralls 
Fuller-mMorrison Co.       Crutches & tips2 
John Gallagher Co.         Canvas cover 
Howe Scale Co. of Illinois Scale 
Hughel & Co.               Dispensing pump 
Kaplan's Fruit Store       Groceries 
H. G. Kroncke Hdwe.Co.     Percolator & 
                             carborundum 
Loose--Wiles Biscuit Co.   Biscuits 
31 
331.30 
37.32 
100.35 
60.00 
62.28 
135.92 
  5.30 
  9.00 
123.14 
72.00 
82.00 
317655 
189.095 
391.68 
59.12 
58*85 
  3 *40 
  70.900 
  9.87 
210.00 
21.45 
20,40 
30.15 
41o40 
39.64 
  8.29 
  30.00 
  4.O00 
  26. 00 
100.00 
32.85 
  3.26 
  2.97 
  22.27' 
  15.93 
  3.85 
  10.50 
  12.50 
  81.40 
  4.10 
  12.74 
  45.30 
  7.00 
  2.00 
  30.88 
  43.77 
S70.40 
L42.84 
4. 78 
517.00 
Milwaukee Drug C o. 
Scatlan-Morris Co. 
Helen J. Sherman 
Winthrop Chem.Co.Inc. 
Amer.Sheet & Tin Plate 
Baker Paper Co. 
Bauer & Black 
Blaisdell Pencil Co. 
Columbia Mills Inc. 
Eberhard Faber 
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12892 
12892 
12893 
12894 
12895 
12896 
12897 
12898 
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12903 
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12907 
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12925 
12926 
12927 
12928 
12929 
12930 
12931 
12932 
12933 
12934 
12935 
12936 
12937 
D. Appleton Co.            Books 
Carleton J. Barker         Refund 
Gerald E. Barr 
J6r ome S. Bond 
C. A. Burghardt & Sons     Books 
Community Motion Picture 
       Bureau              Film 
 Democrat Printing Co.     Paper 
     "I       "     ,      Cards 
 W. H. Diedrich            Refund 
 Eugene Dietzgen Co.       Paper 
 Percy G. Dunham, Jr.      Refund 
 A. B. Easterling ,1 
 Electrical World          Subscription 
 Elliott Co.               Stencils 
 Wmi. A. Erdmann           Refund 
 Don Falvey - 
 Win. C. Forrest              , 
 Win. H. Forsyth 
 Chas. H. Frantz 
 Gladys Fullerton 
 Edmund A. Gawin 
 Elmer A. Goessl             ,, 
 Richard J, Harney            , 
 Fred V. Hiemer 
 Arthur W. Holmen            ,, 
 Hunter Press Bureau       Clijpings 
 Hebbert M. Ihling         Refinid 
 vera k!. Lawrence 
 Sylvester Ludington' 
 Madison Tent & Awning Co. Awnings 
 Karl A. * -iaier          Refund 
 Oswald H. ai'uer 
 Clark E.Merriman         Refund 
 Masao Miyasaki 
 Waldemar Nauj oks 
 Arl ing Fa. Nels on         ,, 
 Eric R. Norquist             , 
 Winifred 0'Hara              , 
 Ralph L. Ostrander          ,, 
 Win. E. Ouweneel 
 Henry P. Plunkett 
 Harold M. Powell             , 
 Abraham RPosenberg.,, 
 Everett C. Schuxxan         ,, 
 Lynn P. Servaty             ,, 
 H. W ebb Smith              ,, 
 Teachers College         Books 
 Technical Book Pub. Co.      " 
Rebecca Von Grueningen    Refund 
Ernest W~einke               ,, 
30.77 
  .3"30 
  16,00 
  3.310 
  2.70 
  .0o00 
  2.50 
  4.25 
  2.95 
  5*43 
  3.30 
  9.89 
  5..00 
  18.60 
  2.78 
  3.30 
  11.50 
  3.30 
  -2 * 22, 
  6.00 
  2.62 
  2.70 
  3.30 
  3.30 
  3.10 
1.o00 
2.90 
1.00 
2.69 
40.00 
15.50 
3.21 
2.66 
2.00 
3.30 
3.06 
3.00 
4.50 
2.45 
3.30 
2.70 
3.30 
3.30 
3.06 
1.50 
15.27 
25.38 
1.00 
4.00 


 
J3hn A  Young  Jr. Refund 
Ear l G 4Sm ithyan 
Gbrdon W. S chwalbe          " 
American Society of Mech.Engr Subscriptionl 
12942  Industrial Press 
12943 Eau Claire Book & 
        Stationery Co. 
12944  "Friend" ifffg.C. 
12945 -iauston Farmers' Co. 
12946 Math Mullen 
12947  G. H. St. John Co. 
12948  Selden Hdwe.Co. 
12949  Superior Water, Light & 
         Power Co. 
12950 -onrath State Bank 
12951  Lauson Lawton  Co. 
12952  D. A*, MiCune 
12953  F. °D. Williams 
22954 Aurora Serum Co. 
12955  C.J.Tagliabue Mfg.Co. 
12956  Brown Swiss Cattle 
           Breeders Ass'n. 
.12957    H'. Burrell &'Co. 
12958  Farmers"'Cooperative- Co. 
12959  J. B. Ford Co. 
12960  Hoffman Transfer Line 
12961      i       1        " 
12962  Howe Scale Co. of Ill. 
12963   Illinois. Glass Co. 
12964   IndividZial Drinking Cup 
12965   Lefebvre Furniture Co. 
12966   Lorenz Miodel 
12967 Madke Concrete Prod.Co. 
12968  Marschall Dairy Lab. 
12969 M"'ono-Service Co. 
12970   G. Schuetz & Willi 
12971   Sulgerior Churn & Mifg .Co. 
12972   Thatcher MVifg.Co. 
12973   Thuringer-Garbutt Co. 
12974   Torsion Balance Co. 
12975 William Wild 
12976 h. E. Diemer 
12977 Marinette Co.Land Clear- 
            ing Association 
 12978  Sherwin-Wii iams Co. 
 12979 Wills on-Goggles Inc. 
 12980  T. H. Cochrane Co. 
 12981  Bour Co. 
Book 
dopy holder 
Tools 
Fert ilizer 
Express 
Corn *ieal 
Hardware 
Water rent 
Veter inary serv 
Electr'ode 
Horse shoe 
Miscel ,suppl i ies 
vir us 
Syr inge 
*1 
3.30 
3.30 
3.25 
4.00 
1.00 
5.52 
92.60 
11.00 
2.69 
13.75 
1.35 
   3.50 
ice7.50 
    .54 
    ,90 
    4*05 
  10.80 
Registrations       4.00 
Cooler              1.79 
Feeds              49s03 
Soda ash           26.40 
Delivering parcels4.75 
Drayage            14.75 
Scale              6"1.50 
Glass ovals       196.19 
o. Cups            66.00 
Desk               30.00 
Sed ient tester  13.00 
Tiling             71.30 
Color & extract     9.00 
Tubs              260.00 
Dairy supplies     42.60 
Glass covers        3.62 
Bottles           240.59 
Miuslin             2.88 
Weights            62.31 
Machinery repairs 1.25 
Boxes               6.00 
Blasting caps 
Sulfur 
Respirators 
Seed 
Coffee 
Boy~lston Steam S pecialty Co.Valve 
Caluymet Tea & Coffee Co. Gelatine 
,Chase & Sanborn           Coffee 
Dennison Lfg.Co.           Coin wrappers 
68.25 
10.9-00 
3*61 
54.35 
29.00 
43.20 
42.34 
29. 00 
1.89 
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12938 
12939 
12940 
12941 
12982 
12983 
12984 
12985 


 
Gould, *Wells & Blackburn 
Klueter & Co. 
B°. Lowenfels & Co.lnc. 
Reid, Yurdoch & Co. 
Teckemeyer Candy Co. 
  II 
Aner.Physical Ed. Ass'ih. 
C. W. Anderson 
Duffield & Co,4 
Hamriltono-Beach MfgCo. 
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Cloth 
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Candy 
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Books 
Watch repairs 
Books 
Heaters 
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12986 
12987 
12988 
12989 
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12991 
12992 
12993 
12994 
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12996 
12997 
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12999 
13000 
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13003 
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13005 
13006 
13007 
13008 
13008 
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13011 
13012 
13013 
13014 
13015 
13016 
13017 
1 3018 
13019 
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13021 
13022 
13023 
13024 
13025 
13026 
13027 
13028 
13029 
1303O 
13031 
15032 
13033 
13034 
13035 
  83.98 
  24.60 
  2610.27 
  31.86 
  12.80 
  4.10 
  1.*35 
  2.00 
  2.39 
  4.10 
es25.93 
   4- 38 
   5.92 
   2*75 
   2.00 
   93.50 
   2.19 
   3.00 
   5.00 
   3.47 
   87.50 
   5.00 
   4.40 
   2.50 
   87.50 
   .80 
   11.80 
 270*00 
   7.00 
   4 00 
   3.81 
   28 .2 3 
   4.48 
   43.62 
 645.50 
 16.42 
 19.77 
 41.57 
 35.18 
 76.27 
 176.33 
 85.75 
 53.50 
 20o79 
   9.20 
 237.43 
 212.97 
 464.* 55 
 34.60 
,109,22 
Keeley Neckerman Co.       cloth 
Lyon & Healy              Music 
John Jos, ,McVey'-        Book 
Mind & Body Pgb~ishifg Co.Subscription 
Vim. B. Scaife & Sons Co4 Sand 
G. Schirmer Inc.          Book 
B1. E. 4r iie y           Tun ing piano 
The Survey                Subscription 
Womans Press              Books 
Athletic Review           Subscription 
De Longe Studio           Picture 
A. P. Felton              Cartridges 
G. W. Travers             Ashes 
Wisconsin Athletic Review Bulletins 
Castle & Loyle            Lime 
Kleuter   Co.              Oats 
Leeds   INorthrup Co.      Coils 
Standard Oil Co.           Oil 
H. A. Stoothoff Co.       Aphicide powder 
Western Electric Co.Chicago Condensers 
Wiedenbeck-Dobelin Co.    Hardware 
Wolff,Kubly & Hirsig Co. Wire 
Eastran Kodak Co. of N.J. Photo App. 
Leeds & Northrup Co.      Lab. apparatus 
Julius Andrae & Sons Co. Elec.Supplies2 
Badger Pharmacy            Chemicals 
Buffalo Scale Co.          Scale 
Burdick & Murray Co.      Dry Goods 
Central Scientific Co*    Apparatus 
Chicago Glass Products Co.Glassware 
City of Miadison          Yse of roller 
Conklin & Sons Co.        Fuel 
Devoe & Raynolds Co.Inc. Paint 
A. B. Dick Co.            Feed 
lvi. E. Diemrer           Photos 
Eau Claire Book & Stat.Co.Books & office 
                              supplies 
Eugene Dietzgen Co.       Drawing outfits 
Ginn & Co.                Books 
Grasselli Chemical Co.    Chemicals      11 


 
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13070 
13071 
13072 
13073 
13074 
13075 
13076 
13077 
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Harloff-Loprich Elec.Co. Elbec.Goods 
Hoffman Feed Co.           Feeds & straw 
Houghton Mifflin Co.       Books 
Illinois   Glass Co.       Bottles 
International Harvester 
   Co. of America          Maj61inery 
Kleuter & Co.              Towels & jar's 
Geo. Kraft                 Carb on Dioxide 
J. B. Lippincott Co.       Book 
A. C. IvLcGlurg & Co.      Books & office 
                              sup pl1ie s 
Madison Brass Works        Frames & cast- 
                               ings 
Madison Drug Co.           Chemicals 
Mallinckrodt Chemical Wks.    " 
MansfieldCaughey Co.       Butter & Alco 
Mautz Brothers             Glass 
And. A. ilayers            Seed 
Merck & Co.                Chemicals 
V. Mueller & C.            Nasal 
                           Applicators 
Edgar A, Murray            Roach doom 
John Pritzlaff Hdwe.Co.    Hardware 
W. B. Saunders Co.         Books 
Fred Seehafer & Son        Machine parts 
Sharp & Smith              Med.Instr. 
Sharples Opecialty Co.     A ppaEatus 
6inaiko Bros.              Fuel rteel & 
                               jars 
Spencer Lens Co.           Bulbs & micro 
                               parts 
Standard Oil Co.           Wax & oil 
G. E. Stechert & Co.       Books 
J. Li. Thorburn & Co.      Seeds 
University Co-op Co.       Books 
VaLvoline Oil Co.          Oil 
Wadhams Oil Co.              " 
Wallbrunn, Kling & Co.     Paper 
Waukesha Ljime & Stone Co. Stone 
Western Elec.Co.          Elec,.Sup. 
Wiedenbeck-Dobelin Co.     Hardware 
Wilhelm & Gillies          Hardware 
Wilkens-Anderson Co.       Balance & 
                              f unn elIs 
Will Corporation           Apparatus 
William'rs & Wiilkins Co.  Reprints 
Wisconsin Off ice Supply 
              Co.          Dictaphone 
                           repairs 
14.05 
137 t,58 
22. 36 
507.43 
92.9, 
32,63 
26.67 
  9.99 
  50.36 
  44.32 
  61.52 
208.96 
187.60 
134.7,0 
54.50 
107.25 
30.28 
12.50 
23.42 
  7.03 
  13.85 
  50.31 
160.00 
133.13 
32.12 
26.52 
630.61 
17.50 
239.96 
  2.00 
194.92 
60.71 
120.43 
41o65 
la6,60 
347.28 
26*66 
39.15 
27.68 
74.28 
26.08 
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       13109 
       13111 
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May 26,13112 
       13113 
May 27,13114 
"it 31,13115 
       13116 
       13117 
       13118 
       13119 
       13120 
C. & N. W. Ry. Co. Freight 
it I! t It  , 
Alf ord Bros.             Laundry 
"3" F Steam Laundry Co.   Laundry 
Amer.Ry.Express Co.       Express 
  HI   1    II               HI 
Cottage Grove Creamery P ol. 
Verona Creamery Roll 
The De Vry Corporation    Pttojector 
Butter & Cheese Scoring Roll 
Lecture Bureau Weekly Pay Roll 
Carl Fischer              Music 
Dwight T. Farnham         Honorariur 
G. L. Gilbert             Contincen 
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W. A. Werrell             Drawing 
Vocational Conference Committee Expense 
                           for conference 
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13078  Wisconsin Foundry Co.     Machine repairs 
13079 Wolff, Kubly4 & Hirsig Co. Hardware 
13080   F. W. Woolworth Co.      Balloons 
13081 Mahr & Lange Drug Co.      Drugs 
13082  Yawkey-Crowley Lbr.Co.     Lumber 
13083 Western Iron Stores        Hardware 
13084  A rthur H. Thomas Co.     Med.Supplies 
13085 Madison Gas & Elec.Co.     Main & lamps 
13086  F. Louise Nardin          Travel 
13087  C. M. & St. P. Ry. Co.    Weighing coal 
13088  Merchants L Savings Bank 
            Ac~t.of Otto Taap    Apparatus 
13089  Geo° Wagner               Oats 
13090 Merchants & Savings Bank 
        Acct. of Swiss Aeronautical Photos 
13091 Lerchants & Savings Bank 
        Acct. of R. Fuess        Tint Plates 
13092  Illinois Central RR Co.   Freight 
13093 Wisconsin Telephone Co. 
            of lTilw.            Telephone 
13094 Wisconsin-M innesota Lit. 
            & Power Co.          Light & Power 
13095 Madison board of Health    License' 
13096 E. C. Vogt                 Harr'ow 
13097 Albert Montgomery          Tiling 
13098  C. e. & Lake S. TelCo.    Telegrams 
13099 Western Union Tel.-o.      Telegraph 
13100  The Wisconsin Telephone Co. 
             (Mad is on)         Telephone 
13101 The Western Uinion Tel.Co. Telegrams 
13102  C.M. & St. P. Ry. Co.     Freight 
13103   i t" "   "      ,   ,I      , 
  77.0'13 
  276.16 
  7.20 
  90.03 
  57.67 
  43.88 
  113.06 
  27.07 
  119.35 
  252.00 
  4.25 
  19.T0 
  2,50 
  3 68 
  1,440 
    .50 
    9.92 
    1.00 
 111.00 
 100.00 
 22.02 
 102.12 
 302.85 
 3.82 
    .50 
195.82 
144.57 
  1.00 
  757.20 
  719.45 
  5.28 
258431 
804.61 
779.86 
200.70 
  9.41 
200.00 
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25.O0 
341.37 
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85.50 
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13122  S. E. Jones- 
13123  G.L.GilbertBursar   Acct. 
          of Ernest H. Hartwig 
13124 G.L.GilbertBursar, Acct. 
         o-f T L Ray 
13125  G, L, Gilbert, Bursar 
13126  Kissell M1lotor Car Co. 
13127 B. '. Leith 
13128  S~rah Cummings 
13129 Frank D. Crane 
13130  Charlotte E. Peabody 
13131 Ivartin Lladelker 
13132  Castle & Doyle 
13133 
13134 
13135 
13136 
13137 
Yawkey Crowley 
  II       II 
Chicago Midjwo & St.P.Co. 
Calves 
H on or artium 
Umpire fee' 
Lab .mater ial 
Cables & casing 
Corn 
?efund 
Vilas essay 
Vilas prize 
Ienorah Sec. 
   prize 
Lime, coal, 
   cement etc. 
Lumb er 
Freight on coal 
H."B. Hobbins Insurance Agency Insurance 
B. D. Leith                Repairs & 
                                sbnlies 
13138 D. E. IilcMillan & Bro.     Coal 
13139  Shirey Grocery Co.         Grocer 
13140 Wisconsin Te10ephone Co.    Teleph 
13141 Mierchants & Savings Bank, 
       Acct. of Kelly Law-Book Co.Books 
13142 R. B. Felton                Petty 
13143 -Merchants & Savings Bank 
       Acct. of W.G.py? & Co.     Paper 
13144 Herman hiack                Grocer: 
13145 Mviadison Packing Co. oeat 
13146  Cudahy Cash Mvarket          ,, 
13147 Kaplan's Fruit Store        Grocer 
13148  Goldwyn Distributing Co. Films 
13149  C. & N.W.Ry. Co.          Freighl 
13150 B. 1. Leith                Seeds 
13 151 The Bour Co.              Coffee 
3152   Gould, Wells & Llackburn 
13153 
13154 
13155 
13156 
-)3157 
13158 
13159 
13160 
13161 
13162 
13163 
13164 
13165 
13166 
13167 
Coo 
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Kennedy Dairy Co. 
    II     II   II 
Klueter A Co. 
Mansf ield-Caughey Co. 
    IIf             II 
Simon Bros.Co. 
Teckemreyer Candy Co. 
Kei.nedy 1airy Co. 
   II fI       It 
Beloit College 
Madison Packing Co. 
Simon Bros.Co. 
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purchases 
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Candy 
Miilk 
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Guarantee 
Mvieat 
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144.00 
  26.25 
  15.00 
  34.00 
  6.41 
  10,00 
  15.43 
  25.00 
  50.00 
  100.00 
  443.10 
475.21 
   4.64 
L424.56 
25*00 
15.25 
20021.75 
14.06 
478.39 
81.72 
  4.99 
        3.99 
        75.80 
        31.86 
        73.82 
        57.38 
        5.26 
coal 171.40 
      33.50 
      28,O0 
      41.65 
      29.25 
      95.00 
      222.77 
      256990 
      47.10 
co   107.82 
"It  138.60 
      51.25 
      12.80 
      234.20 
      242.25 
      31.80 
    1748.25 
      68*60 
      39.66 
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13176  C. R. Bardeen 
13177 - Y. A. ieach 
13178  Vera Dixon 
13179  L. F. Graber 
13180  G.L.Gilbert, BursarAcct. 
          of Kildrred Hagerty 
13181  G. L.Gilbert,BursarAcct. 
            of James I. Hambleton 
13182  E. G. Hastings 
13183 John b. Haues 
13184  R. S. Hulce 
  131 -5 1" 1  1 
J. A. Jamaes 
G.L.Gilbert,v'ursar, Acct. 
    Thos. L. Jones 
F. Kleinheinz 
M-arie Lottes 
The o. Mackon 
G.L.Gilbert,Bursar, Acct. 
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Gladys Meloche 
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              Elizabeth Miller     " 
13196 R. A. Moore                    ,, 
13197  G.L.GilbertBursarAcct.of 
              VI* P. liewbold     Lecture 
13198  Francis J. O'Connell       Travel 
13199 Wi. Reese-                  Hon orar ium 
15200 D.H. Reid                   Travel 
13201  Griffith Richards 
13202    "          ,,               ,, 
li. H. Scott 
G.LGilbertBurSar, Acot. 
      of C.A.Smiith 
Gl ,.adys Stillman 
W. A. Sumner 
H. F. Wilson 
A. H. *Wright 
B. F. Zaffke 
0. R. Zeasman 
R. H. Denni-son 
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13168 
13169 
13170 
13171 
13172 
13173 
13174 
361,20 
  8.70 
  1.14 
  4.31 
  5.42 
  2.28 
383.55 
18 *.67 
  6456 
  10.19 
  16.00 
  6.82 
  51.48 
  25.43 
  3.64 
  54.97 
  10.99 
  13.80 
  18*52 
  34.5o 
  1.68 
  34.76 
  14.61 
  2.62 
  8.09 
  26.10 
  33.58 
  28.04 
  23*71 
13186 
13187 
13188 
13189 
13190 
13191 
13192 
13193 
13194 
13203 
13204 
13205 
13206 
13207 
13208 
13209 
13210 
13211 
13212 
75.00 
28.31 
15.00 
11.31 
13.11 
67.94 
60.45 
25.25 
14.91 
4.78 
39.42 
8.93 
9.39 
9.84 


 
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13214 
13215 
13216 
13217 
13218 
13219 
13220 
13221 
13222 
13223 
Armin K. Lobeck 
Frank L. Clapp 
     Iif 
W. ,i. DelDerthick 
W. H. Dudley 
Harry Glicksman 
Edgar B. Gordon 
Lucius T. Gould 
Miiarshall C. Graff 
L. D. Herrold 
J. D. *,,MacLean 
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1i224   Sam, A. harsh             TY 
13225   John W. Powell 
13226 W. Widdrich 
.1227   R. Lawson Vise 
13228   G. L. Gilbert,±Bursar,Acct. 
           of A. C. Fiedler 
 13229  G. Z*. Gilbtrt, Bursar,Acct. 
           of A. C. Fiedler 
 13230  G. L. k(ilbert, Bursar, Acct. 
           of John Swenehart 
 13251  B. H. Roberts 
 13232  T. E. Jones 
 13233  G. E. Linden 
 13234  G. S. Lowrman             Tr 
 13235  G.L.GilbertBursarAcct. 
           of Thos. E. Mvills     St( 
13236   G.L.Gilbert,BursarAcct. 
           of Hugh S. Ray         UM) 
13237 A. B. Whitson               Tri 
13238 F. A. Aust 
1239   E. J. Mi alloy 
13240 Walter 0. i0thr             Gu, 
13241  Frank S. Betz Co.1,,e 
13242  Central Scientific Co. 
13243  conk1in & Sons Co.         ICE 
21.3244 The Daily Cardinal        Adi 
1324-5 Donkle & Rose              Bof 
13246  Julien P. Friez    Sons    iPer 
13247  C. 7. Gil-en 
13248  Hayes _unp & Planter Co. Pun 
13249  Hunter Press Bureau C.I 
13250  Belden vfg. Co. Ci0 
13251  Johns-Manville Inc.        Cen. 
13252  The Kansas Teacher        Ad\ 
102523  "tI  I,, 
13254 
13255 
13256 
13257 
13258 
13259 
B. C. Kassell Co. 
Kelley Typewriters 
The Lord Bros.Co. 
The lMcGowan Co. 
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Alexander Kornhauser       Gauze              2.40 
S. Kresg;e Co.             Wool              1.00 
E. Leitz                   Paraffine        15.03 
G. B. Lewis Co.            Tools            14.49 
IMiadison Brass Works      Castings          8.75 
John G. hMarshall          Ciemicals         3.96 
The Menges Pharmacies      Gloves            1.80 
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H* A. lvietz Laboratories  Chemicals         3.30 
Milwaukee Photo Materials Co.CarIsons        3.69 
H. K. M-ulford Co.         Serum            38.030 
E. R. Neuenfeldt           Frogs ,z Terrapins 37410 
Palace Pharliacy           Cheiicails       2..85 
Pathescope Co.             Lamps             4.0w0 
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13389  H. D. Ewer 
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13409  Armour Fertilizer Works   Fertilizer       11.89 
13410  Langton Co.               Photos            3:66 
13411  H. C. Christians Co.      Butter           36.60 
13412 E. A. Hinrichs & Co.       Tea Cups        134.61 
13413  Keeley-Nleckerman Co. Belts1gteS 4&_4-twe 1 - .70 
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13416  Firef.Qam Engr.Co.        Fire Extinguishers 
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Harvard Apparatus Co.     Electrometer 
E. H. Karrer Co.          Chemicals 
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T¶he Menges Pharmacies   Cheuicals         7.55 
Merck & Co.                               59.48 
Milwaukee Drug Co.       Drugs & apparatus 8.33. 
V. Mueller & Co.         Knaives           4.64 
L.L.Olds Seed Co.        Weede & d ed     54.22 
John W. Pepper           Leather & rubber 29.-92 
Photoart House           Photo sup-%lies 125.60 
pawson Elec. Instrument Uo.Galvanlometer 
                           tubes          66.84 
pemrington Typewriter Co. Ty-ewriter     105.50 
Joseph T. Fyerson Co     Steel            51.06 
J.J.Fitzpatrick Lbr .Co. Lumber          470,99 
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll              878.00 
West iMiddleton Creaxiery Pay PR11      2842*21 
Lecture Bureau Weekly Pay F\11           568415 
Gi M. Ellis               Films          145,92 
Sunderland  Evans & Agen Pent             45.00 
J. M  Ogilvie             Horse          1500O0 
Albert ,L ont9omery       Laying tile    200O00 
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13492 H. W. Wilson Co.          Sub~cri 
13493  A. N. Colt               Dry Goo 
13494  Famous Players Lasky 
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13507  Chester Allen 
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Southern School Work 
Special Chemicals Co. 
Stark Bros.Nurseries & 
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13552  Thomas Publishing Col      Begisgtelr 
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13557  Thos. Nelson & Sons        Subscription 
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13562  Seismological Society of 
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13563  Southwestern Political 
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           Science Assoc. 
Torrey botanical Club 
Yale ýjniversity Press 
L.R. Ihgers oil 
Jamies G. Moore 
E, R. Neunefeldt 
Silver Spring Water Co. 
Simplex Net Co. 
Sinaiko Bro0s. 
Singer Sewing M,1achine Co. 
Stanley Jordan L Co. 
CO H. Stoelting Co. 
J. Sweet 
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Vogue Co. 
VWeston Elec.4Instrument Co 
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P1rank Br other s 
Kaplan's Frvit Store 
Kleuter C C. 
Mansf ield-wCauhney Co. 
Schwumacher Shoe Co. 
Sharp 6 Smith 
Ernest J. Stoeber 
The National Amiimonia Co. 
C.H.ONeil & Sons Co. 
Sewell-Clapp Envelopes 
Simon Bros.Co. 
13591  United States Blue Print 
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  8.75 
  47.30 
  11.00 
  5.00 
  77.27 
  83.13 
  68.95 
  57.74 
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13592 
13593 
13594 
13595 
13596 
13597 
13598 
13599 
13600 
13601 
13602 
13603 
13604 
13605 
13606 
13607 
Sacks             39.01 
Chemicals         29.18 
Drugs             74.72 
Charts             7. ,43 
.Chemiicals       3:2069 
Mudavene f-lakes 16.20 
oil               3"5.21 
Plahts             5.00 
Charts            45.61 
Sepair ingimachinee 1.00 
Kitchen utensils   6.30 
Xiashburn-mCro0sby Co. 
Lak otte Ch~: .Prd"00 
Badger Pharmacy   - 
The Bristol Co. 
The. Grasselli Che4ical C 
Q0uaker Oats. Co. 
Pennsylvania Oil Co. 
J V .Bailey 
mhe Bristol Co. 
UneLerwood Typewriter Co' 
10off, Kubly   Hirsig Co, 
G. H. St. john Co. 
Northrup, King U Co. 
Seliden 1ardwiare Co. 
""m. Dol 7idwe.Co. 
  It   1t  . I .C It 
13608  Lew Yoork Belting & Packing 
                    Company     St eam hose 
13-609 Su e-or Churn L"ifg.Co. Gaskets 
13610  Ut ir:c-ier Hintz Co.    Peas 
15611-ITort vestern Furniture Co.Table 
13612 T'rojan ±'owder Co.       Cordeau 
13613 6 he Bour Co.              Coffee 
13614 H.C.Christiafns Co.       Butter 
  S   P-r m  Ti      Bl . !ckburn 
16.80 
2.45 
  .95 
14.12 
11.40 
9.59 
1.69 
21 *O0 
36419 
32.39- 
28.0oo 
37 .20 
           Company        Groceries        60.25 
Kennedy Dairy Co.         irilk           302.70 
Riaausfield-Caughey Co.   Butter U Alco    86.14 
Teckemeyer Ckdy   Co.     Candy             6.00 
             ,,,   t         "I             4.17i 
Keu. edy Dairy Co.        ice Creaza378.38 
Sumner U Cramton          Lasnesia           .50 
University Pharm-cy       Drugs            23.65 
L.L.07ds Seed Co.         i achinery       16.88 
H. S. Schwenn             Rabbis            8.00 
United States GyIsLmu CO. Gymrps-ur         4.21 
,vutomatic cile . Index Co.?irling cases   75.00 
ad dison acking Co. oeat                 1944.11 
H.C.Netherwood Printing Co.Strolap & rollers 5.80 
NTorthwstestern Furniture  o.Eurnituree166.88 
L.L.Ol1s Seed Co.                        .eeds 04.37 
E.   W    e. S 1r1et U Co. ne!.JC a.     1500.22 
aJ.B.SaunPers Co.         jooks            33.74 
Schcar ". Co.             Che±a.a_\ar.   1027.28 
S..c . oe!.o. f           Auto r epa irs  637.43 
Shafer-Pierce Co.         Dental supplies  12.45 
A. W. Shaw Co.            LookU 
                          subser iption 
Skuldt U Ayen Grocery Co. Groceries 
Spencer Lens Co. &         ed.supplies 
E.p.Squibb L Sons         Ether c Vaccine 
Standard Oil Co. (0ilwqukub)Oil 
Standard @il Paper Co.    ,:a-er 
G.E.Stechert   Co.        Books 
  91.12 
  74.76 
  163.75 
  103.09 
  16.47 
1261.60 
oil meal 
seeds 
i:a ilI 
Tools 
Painl 
  Ka -,)s c r.in e 
13616 
13617 
13618 
13619 
13620 
13621 
1o622 
13-6252 
15624 
13625 
15626 
13627 
13628 
13629 
15650 
13631 
13653 
13634 
13636 
13637 
13638 
13639 
13640 
13641 
13642 


 
13643 Swords Bros.Co. 
13644  Julien P. Friez & Sons 
Saw blades       27.67 
Hygro ithermography 
                130.00 
13645  Arthur H. Thomnas C.     Che'.App. 
13646  Underwood Ty--evriter Co. V  achine & 
                                 re-airs 
       13647 
       13648 
       13649 
       13650 
       13-6 1--1 
       13652 
       13653 
June 9,13654 
       .3655 
       13656 
       13657 
Wiedenbeck & Dobelin Co.    d;are 92.10 
VWisconsin Foundry & Mach. 
    C omany La              -:>iyine parts 
  s onsi, In2.eabl  iron Co.-ra'sspatters 
Xfis on: 1 ,  ,of"opus.Advertising 
Wolff, Kubly [ Hirsig Co. Hardware 
Yahr & Lange Drug Co.     Drugs 
Standard Oil Co.(Duluth) -Gasoline & 
                               Oil 
G.L.Gilbert,BursarAcct. of 
    J ohn Niebuhr        Lab or 
G.L.Gilbert,             BPefund 
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13658  G.L.Gilber t ,$ursar" 
13659  Lecture Bureau Wieekly Pay Roll 
13660  Univers ity Creamery Roll 
13661  VTeona creaiiery Roll 
13662  J.J.Fitzpatrick Lbr.Co.  Lumb. 
13663  G.L.llijs11-a 
136-64 Helen Cohistock          Trav' 
13665 M1-adison GasL& Elec.Co.  CurrE 
13666  G.L.GilbertBursar, Acct.of 
            E*.E. G ore         Honrno 
13667  Bay S. Owen              Freii 
13668  1 erchants & Savings Bank, 
           -Acct,.of Geo.C.P-iske  Bookc 
13669  Burton E. Ja±.es          4 CisCr 
13670 
13671 
13672 
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University s-tosition Board _..-ui-ber 
13673   risconsin eDhone Co. 
13674  Earl          _emar 
13675G.L7er       -I. "ursarAcctt 
            Of VJ.G.Lathrop 
13676  G.L.Gilbert,Bursar,Acct. 
            of F.V*.Drisco!ll 
13677  University of Chicago 
13678  Noorthwestern University 
13679  Purdue University 
13680  Miriam -. Hill 
13681  Justin R. Thompson 
13682  Augustin rodolfe 
13683  Edith Schoenberg 
13684 
Alviz0o L-cpavey 
U- el UL , u" 
Teleehon e 
Travel 
Umpire fee 
Guarantee 
    IR 
Befundl 
   II 
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-21-. 
29.53 
88 014 
348.76 
  25.51 
  116.00 
  220.32 
  178.07 
  65.94 
  100.000 
  738 .64 
  441.66 
4108.33 
8578.43 
236.63 
2492.34 
1277.13 
328.56 
146.2-1 
  29.76 
1805*65 
  25.00 
  36.66 
  17,73 
  9.20 
  19.57 
  298.13 
  102.11 
  9.95 
  3.32 
  15.00 
  15.00 
  40.00 
  84.83 
134.42 
15.40 
15.00 
62.00 
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June 15,13685   Gertrude Arbogast 
       13686   F A. Aust 
       13.687  T, I oBew ckv;c 
       13-688  E. A. Birge 
       13689 Mary A.i B'rady 
       13690   G. L. Gilbert, Bursar, 
               Acct.of Art Collentine 
       13691   Earl J. Cooper 
       13692   Vera 'Di'on 
       13693   ., R. Gkfford 
       13694 F. B. Hadley 
       13695   J. G. Hal rin 
       13-696  J. B. Hayes 
       13697 R. S. Hulce 
       13698   L. R. Jones 
       13699   S. W. MIendum 
       13700 Mrs. Chas. I. MIiorris 
       13701 D). H. Reicd 
       13702   Griffith Richards 
       13703   G.L.GilbertBursar,Acct.of 
                         A. J.Riker 
       13704 Dorothy Roberts 
       13705   vi. H{i Scott 
       13706   G.L.GilbertBursar,Acct.of 
                         WB. Tisdale 
       13707 B.F.Zaffke 
       13708  o.R.Zeasxnan 
       13709  Helen E. Davis 
       13710  Edward. Steid tmann 
       13711 W. H. Twenhofel 
       13712  K.L.Hatch 
       13713 Elbert G' ailey 
       13714  Geo. LI. Brig47S 
       "13715 Milton H. Button 
       13716  T. H. Campion 
       13717 Warren W. Clark 
       103718  J. i. Coyner 
       13719  P. F. Graf 
       13720  G. S. Hales 
       13721  John 6. Klinka 
       13722 Royal Klofanda 
       13723  HO     Knipfel 
       13724 A. W. Knott 
       13925  James Lacey 
       13726 ' . V . Luther 
       13727 A. C. Iviurphy 
       13728 H. H6 Noble 
       13729 H. 5. Rahrtilbw 
       13730  A. V. Schnmutzer 
       13731 J. F. Thomas 
       13732 C. P. West 
       13733 5. F. Wojta 
       13734 . C. Bryan 
       13735 Win. H. Wright 
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  43.17 
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  18.11 
  4.60 
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  5.98 
  17.36 
  25.67 
18. 1 
  22.6 
26.98 
9.59 
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30.56 
  3.52 
  9.78 
83.75 
2.32 
31.75 
8.55 
10.83 
10.98 
7.59 
17.55 
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7.50 
3.84 
6.80 
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June 17,13745 
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        13749 
        13750 
        13751 
        13752 
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        13754 
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        13766 
        13767 
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        13769 
        13770 
        13772 
        13776 
G. Lo GilbertBursar,ac- 
.of AXC.Fiedler 
G.L.Gilbert,IEBur'sar ,Acct. 
  0f John Swenehart 
R. B. Streets. 
Go.L.Gilbert ,Bursar ,Acct. 
  of T.E. Jones 
  G. L. Gi2lb er t,Bur sar ,Acct. 
  of G.E.Linden 
  Thos. E. Mills 
Hugh L. Pay 
H.W Stewart 
E. J.Detlwiche 
Amer .Phys ical Educat ion 
           Society         I 
BaUier & Black 
Darling U Co.             i 
A. B. Dick Co. 
Elliott Co. 
Dwight Farnham            I 
Frank IBross. 
Frazer Pubi.Co.           I 
Gamble Hinged Music Co. 
General Paper U Sup.Co.   i 
Hanicock Inspirator Co.   V 
Hoffman Feed Co.          C 
Imperial* Methods Co.     C 
International Harvester 
        Co.(Chicago) 
Irving-Pitt 'l fg.Co. 0 
Jenkins Bros. 
The Karnera Kraft Shop    ± 
E. H. Karrer Co. 
B. C. Kassell Co.         I 
;he Key-es-Davis Co. 
The Library Bureau        C 
The Lunkenheimer Co. 
Lussky White < Coolidge   C 
H.C.Netherwood Prtg.Co.   B 
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7/ooi 
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Ink roller 
i on orar ium 
:ugar 
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?aper 
vaives 
,orn 
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?aper 
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)ipl omas 
?igeon bands 
3ards 
Talves 
hair seats 
Lotters & 
rubber stamps 
0hWo SStamp U Sten;cil Co. R epi -ts 
Rockefeller Inst.for       Reprints 
        Med .Research 
G.R.Scha -fjf er           Hon orarium 
The Tabulating Machine Co.Cards 
C.J.Tagliabue hfg.Co.      Syringe 
The Arthur H.Thomras Co.   Cover glas( 
YJ.E.Tricker               Plants 
Trustees of Christ 
II 
ses 
         Presbyterian Church      Use of Auditorium50.00 
1.3777 University Co-operative Co.Paper             3.90 
13778 Valvoline Oil Co.           Gasoline        132.00 
  54.92 
  66.20 
  14.86 
636.36 
154.89 
14.45 
65.53 
22.95 
114.78 
15,6000 
  1.16 
117.50 
  6.41 
  1.00 
  25.00 
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  2.00 
  2.27 
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  15.00 
  18.15 
  5.52 
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  23.10 
  7.31 
178.35 
70.26 
12.00 
,75 
2.10 
20.97 
2000 
34.00 
1.64 
6.12 
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13779 Varren Garst               §onorariuna       40,.00 
13780 Wisconsin M iedical JournaI Advertising     108.00 
13781  Wisconsin Highway Cornmmssion Renht of Truick 50.00 
13782 Wisconsin Office Sup.Co, Repairing dicta- 
                                    phone           6.00 
13783 Wisconsin Typeewriter Exchange Pent and 
                                 Repair of machine 9.75 
13784  F. Wittig & Co.           Charcoal          26.00 
13785 S. L. Brown       "Tree Surgery             300.00 
13786  The D. Hill Nursery Co.   Plants           140,55 
13787  Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.Paint             12.94 
13788  Western Electric Co.      Cable conductor   68.10 
13789 Xkiier.AssoCdof Petroleum 
               Geologists        Bo oks            16.50 
13790 American Bee Journal          "1.12 
13791 1 ýmer.Iron ' Steel Inst. ,   H11.25 
13792 Amer.LaFrance Fire Engine 
                   Co.           Fire eJtAingu isher 36.00 
Amer.Numbering Machine    NumnbE 
Amer.Peat Society         Subs( 
'.erican Sheep Breeder 
Aner.Society for Horticultural 
      Science Book 
Alie      ,.srts rublishing Co.Book 
Au...      Club of So.Calif." 
The 1utomatic File & Index 
            Co. 
L. Best Co. 
H. A. Blogg 
Brown Book Shop 
Brbwn & Sharpe  fg .Co. 
Detroit Twist Drill Co. 
Bomestic Beekeeper 
Vmi. Hood Bunw oody Ind. 
ir ing machinel5.19 
cription      3.00 
"i            1.50 
              2.50 
              12,00 
              7*00 
Card section 
Motor 
o ok 
Index, center 
Drills 
Subscription 
13793 
13794 
1379-5 
13796 
13795 
13798 
13799 
13800 
13801 
13802 
13803 
13804 
13805 
1-3806 
13807 
13808 
13809 
13810 
13811 
13812 
13813 
15814 
13815 
13813 
13817 
13818 
13819 
13820 
13821 
13822 
15.75 
  5.000 
  2.50 
  3.50 
130..00 
  2.77 
  1.50 
  5.50 
  11.25 
  8o25 
  2067 
175.00 
30.00 
47.25 
  3e75 
  1.50 
  2.50 
  7.25 
  2.00 
  3.82 
  5.50 
  46.25 
  18.00 
  6.00 
      Inst.               Books 
Egypt/ Exiploration Society " 
j. A. Fay ay Egan Co.     Tools 
Henry Geo.Fiedler         Books 
Galion Iron Mfg.CO.       Road grader 
Harvard Univ.Con iittee on 
       Economic Pesearch Books 
Geo. I. Jones                " 
Lawyers Co-operative Pub.Uo." 
B. Login & Son            Subscription 
The Mfodern Grocer 
C.V.1Mosby lued.Book & Pub. 
                 Co.      Books 
New York Acadeiny of Sciences " 
Newson & Co.                 i 
Psycholog ical Review     Subscription 
Peck & Hills F"urniture Co. Chairs 
N. A. Phemister Co.         ooks 
Physiological Review 
   BIa,  or e re- 1iMar yland  Subscription 
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13823 Merchants & Savings Fank, 
       Acct.of M. .aichere,       Boo 
13824 Archie C. Talboy             " 
13825  University of Chicago ,Press " 
13826 Wardts s NaturAl Science 
                 Establishment    Zoo 
13827 Vfaukesha L1otor Co.        Oil 
13829 
13830 
13831 
13832 
13833 
13834 
13835 
13836 
13837 
13838 
13839 
13840 
13841 
13842 
13843 
13844 
13845 
4.25 
i1.00 
7.65 
LoQy app. 
pump gears 
A. H. Abbott & Co.         Paints 
Amier .Wood Working ,achinery Vfrenchest 
ibecton,Dickinson & Co. 
The Biddle iPublishin, 3Uo, 
James G. Biddle 
Ross . d',e 
Brown & Sharpe lfg.Co. 
Eugene Dietzgen Co. 
Eixier & Anend 
Go iM El1-Lis 
Fansteel Products Co. 
V/in. Gaetner & Co. 
E. Leitz 
A. P. LeSage 
Hernan .Iack 
19arsha'1 Field & Co. 
C   Y.PI.lease Co. 
21.50 
5.885 
11.75 
5. 45 
  &, gear cover     7.00 
  Needles           2.66 
  Books             2.00 
  Voltmeters       56.90 
  Rabb its          3.00 
  eR e rn e1r       3.16 
  9a~er            32.20 
  Pipette           3.78 
  Elect.supplies  140.72 
  Vlire            11.76 
  Apparatus       190.00 
  Cover glasses     6.78 
  Lab .mater ial   15.00 
  Groceries2      170.53 
  Jeed-les & canvas 3.89 
HE ,t resisting 
-obe 
13847  Physicians Spoecialty Co. iiubber bulbs 
13848  Pratt &    -/hitney Co.    Taps 
13849  The Tablet & Ticket Co.    Guummed label 
-13849 Te0a.- 
n13850 A. T. hompson  Co.        Lenses 
13851     J Tiedeman              Drugs 
13852 Western Insttitute of 
               Accbuntancy        Books 
  1353Wretn 1             Cý                - 
  1383 Vest.c¢o~oue .:.ec.& rifg.Co.L:..eter rolls 
13854 Wrhitall Tattrum. Co.       Jars 
13855 Wilson Laboratories         Cholesterin 
15856  F. \1. Woolworth Co.       Jewelry 
13857 Kenuedy Dairy Co.           Ice cream 
13858  Baillie-Hedquist Co.       Clothing 
13859  Loose-Wile s Biscuit Co.   Liscuits 
13860 LC-ansfield-Caughey Co.     -utter 
13861   Simon Broe.Co.            Sap olio/o 
13862  Chas .VYilliamis Surgical 
          Instriuiient Co. 
13862  Kennedy Dairy Co. 
13863  J. T. Baker Chem.Co. 
13864 
"13865 
13866 
13867 
Gloves 
C hilk 
Chemicals 
Anier.Sheet & TinPlate Co. Copper steel 
Lelden Bros.& Co.          Waste 
Blaisdell P encil Co.      Pencils 
C. F. Burgess Laboratories Chein:icals 
5 
3.16 
I20 
.49 
4.63 
5.69 
1.93 
  6.00 
  32.31 
104.24 
36.17 
  2.00 
  65.10 
  6.00 
  7.63 
  18.90 
  12.50 
"178.33 
12.50 
95.67 
25.00 
15.71 
88.55 
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13869 
13870 
13871 
13872 
13873 
13874 
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13878 
13879 
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13882 
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13884 
13885 
15886 
13887 
13888 
                 Co. 
13889 Defnet & Jagerson Supply 
                 Co. 
Valves 
Shavings 
13890 H.D.Ewer                    Seeds 
13891  Farmers Co-operative 
                 Produce Co.      Feeds 
13892  Hanson Bros.Co. 
13893  Chr.Hansen's Laboratory    Butter color 
13894  Haynes Pump & Planter Co. Sprayer 
1389-5 W. D. Hoard & Sons Co.     Subscription 
13896 Hudson Lfg.Co.              Sprayer 
13897  International Harvester Co. 
               Eau Claire         Work on tracto: 
13898  Jagerson Fuel Co.          Shavings 
13899  John S. Klinka             Seed 
13900  Chas. U. Larson             i 
13901 D. A. LcCune                Pads & brace 
13902  Louis F. laf is            Dairy sul3plies 
13903 National Cash Register Co.Stationery 
13904  Percheron Society          R gistration 
Waukesha C cjnty-Guernsey 
Breeders A   oociati-jon   calves 
Whitewater Brick L Tile Co.Tiling 
Automatic tile ,  Index Co. Cabinet 
E.I.Dutpont be Iiemours s 
            Comrlpany      C) s 
Kellogg Bros.Lbr.Co.       Phospha t 
H. C. Christians Co.       Butter 
F.F.F. Steam Laundry       Cleaning 
13912 John Willy 
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curtains 
Tel.slips 
19. 80 
204.45 
  1.50 
  71.70 
  11.00 
  22.20 
  32.00 
  1.25 
  13.32 
  7550 
132.79 
  1.20 
  9.50 
  46.58 
  1. 09 
  5.00 
195.00 
241.42 
23.25 
93.50 
14.40 
54.30 
  2.02 
  13.50 
Delta Chemical Co.         Acetone          33.00 
Graham Paper Co.St.Louis   Paper           264.75 
Heath &   itiligan 1ifg.Co. Paint           11.25 
Illinois Glass Co.         Bottles          43.20 
U.S. Industrial Chem-ical Co.Chemicals      22,50 
Johnson & Johnson          Adhesiiv~e plaater 70.00 
John Lawrie & Sons         Pins      °       2.69 
Lewis Mfg.Co.              Cotton co1ot1   150.12 
Lowe Bros.Co.              Paint            11.16 
H. Mueller v ,Mfg.Co.      Lasin           142.74 
National Lead Co.          Solder'         110.97 
Schaar & Co.               7tst tubes       41.25 
'Wisconsin State Prison    Twine           118.20 
Wo elz Bros.               Paper            49.00 
Graham Paper Co.    Chicago  "              84.02 
Carl G. Johnson Co.        Photos            3.00 
Northwestern Furniture Co.Desk & chair     120.30 
M*. E. Diemer              Photos           15.10 
Aurora Serum Co0.          SerumX          689'30 
Amer.Jersey Cattle Club    Registration fee  2.00 
Boylston Steam Specialty 
13905 
13906 
3907 
13908 
13909 
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13861 
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Brun sw i ck,.Ba lke.- C ofIlilend er 
E. P. Dutton & Go. 
Playgr oUnd & Recreat ion 
    Assn. of America 
Blooms N~ews Agency 
BornS t ein Br os. 
Peter Burger 
Thos. E. Wilson & co. 
Au~er .Bur toniz ing Co. 
Amrnour Fertilizer Works 
Yfalter 0. Bahr 
Conklin & Sons Co. 
Digestive Ferments Co. 
General Paper & Supply Co 
Howe Scale Co. of Jill. 
Klueter & Co. 
Ottawa Silicia Co. 
L.L.Olds Seed. Co. 
It     11   |I 
Parke, Davis &Co. 
Parker Co. 
Ph ot oar t H ouS e 
F. T . Ha~iriiion 
C. VT. Ancderson 
julius Andrae L Sons Co. 
The Arliingt on Chem. Co. 
Automotive Elec.Serv.Co. 
Chas. H. Besly & Co. 
Burdick &§ Liurray Co. 
Mv. L. Liemer 
Doyon & Payne Lbr.Co. 
General Electric Co. 
General Paper & Supply Co 
Grimm Book Bind~ery 
Ph. Gross Hd~we.Co. 
Harloff-Lopr ich Elec .Co. 
Chas. F. Hause Mfg.Co. 
Hoffman Feed. Co. 
C-,o. Alcolilene 
L6o oks 
   It 
 Subs cr ipt ion 
 Shoe repairs 
 shovels 
 Books~ 
 Yeast 
 Fer tilizer 
 Babbi ts 
 Ice < 
 Serumn 
.Paper bags 
Scale 
Co'rns tarcoh 
  xi--,n           12.25 
  Oats U: found~tains 5.66 
  Seed~s            3.78 
  Chemicals         5.48 
  Letters files    ,3.30 
  Fhto. supplies   14.74 
  Photbs            7.75 
  Pepairing watches 8.00 
  E~ec. Goods     217.98 
  Med .SUpplies   85.83 
  Electrical good~s 14.85 
  T ools           16.56 
  Dryw i:-Goods   249.76 
  rit-o s         36.-70 
  tumber          143.68 
  id±ot or        137. 46 
.Paper             7164 
Bind~ing books  559.85 
Har dwar e         1 3.45 
Elec. Sup.         93.45 
Plumb ing supplies 36 .30 
Feed               25.28 
International Harvester Co.Machine parts 
Johns-Manville Co.         Felt 
.eute ,& Co.y.as          ~@ 
Liadison Blue Print Co.    Blue printing 
Mvadison Battery U Service Co. Elec.sup. 
Lienges Pharmacies         i ...ugs U bottles 
IMerck U Co.                  e re1icals 
L.L.0ld~s Seed. Co.        Seed~s 
Photoaft _Uouse2            -Photos 
John Pritz~laff Hd~we.Co.  Tools 
Sim~on Bros.Co.             Groceries 
Yahr U Lange Drug Co.      Drugs 
University Cooperative Co.Books,paper 
Valvoline Oil Co.          Gas. & Oil 
XWester'n E lectric Co.    Elec.sutpplies 
Yfestern Iron Stores       Liachinle parts 
  2.80 
  I.* 68 
  1.00 
  12.00 
  25.00 
  2.00 
  8.54 
  12.00 
  7,12 
  7.50 
  12.00 
  12.10 
  5.88 
150.00 
22.40 
88.85 
33.67 
31.17 
  9.39 
  31.11i 
140.31 
  2.50 
  16 .11 
  81.84 
      58.36 
 80.10 
 189.66 
 103.81 
 16.50 
 70.04 
 34.11 
 8.50 


 
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June 16,13968 
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June 17,13971 
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        13993 
        13994 
        13995 
        13996 
        13997 
        13998 
        "13999 
        14000 
        14001 
        14002 
Wisconsin State Journal    Advertising 
Cottage Grove Creamiery Roll 
Verona Creamnery Pay Roll 
Verona Creamery Roll 
Automotive Elec.Co.        Tun::stan points 
Belmont Hotel              h-tel bill 
Capital Ci y Slide Co.     Cards 
Capital City Tire Co.      Gum 
Ge o  0 .- . "arpenter & Co.  Canvas 
H. Channon Co. .Emery wheels 
The Chicago Glass Prod.Co.Vials 
Chicago Mail-ing Tube Co. Telescope cans 
C. St. P. Minn. & Onaha Ry.Co.Freight 
Crane Co.                  Steam traps 
       "11                Valves 
Definison Mfg.Co.          Notarial seals 
The Devilbiss Mfg.Co.Atomeaek-k1 Call- 
B. Heller & Co.           Roach killer 
Madison Brass Works       Bushings 
Madison Motor Car Co.     Motor parts 
Madison Packing Co. 'heat 
Madison 'Vholesale Drug Co.Wool fat 
Merchants Transfer & 
       Storage Co. 
Oslkosh Seed Co. 
Rentschler Floral Co. 
W. A. Schurmann & Co. 
Scott Valve Co. 
Elmer 1D, Smith& Co. 
Freight & dray 
NIitrate of soda 
Wreaths 
Eg, cartons 
Valves 
Seeds 
Special Chemicals Co.     ChemiCýis 
The University of Chicago Advertising 
Wards Natural Science 
        Es tab lishm en-t P ins 
Wlestinghouse .-ec., Kfg.Co. rate bar webs 
Wiedenbeck -Tobeln Co.    bolts 
Wisconsin -arm Bureau Fed.Fertilizer 
  It         I           II     I 
Wisconsin Tyv-ewr iter Exchange Repairing 
                            Typ ewr iter 
14003 WortJhington Pummp & Mk achinery 
                 Corporation     Valve springs 
14004  Dapital Wire Co.          Wire 
14005  The Cutler-Hammier Lifg.Co. Carbon contact 
14006 Mc ClmTont Mliarble Co.    Stair tread 
14007  McKay Nursery Co.         Plants 
14008 Miadison Tent & Awning Co. Repairs for awn- 
                                  ings 
14009 0The Robert Rom Co.        Plugs 
14010 Western Elec.Co.           Shades 
14011 
14012 
Assn.of Officla Agric.Chem.Subscript ion 
Byxbee Publishing Co. 
  43.90 
1615.48 
873.79 
542.59 
   3.20 
   15.00 
   3.55 
   3.80 
 126.43 
   3.60 
   50.000 
   46.46 
   28.69 
   59.78 
   9.88' 
      .24.05 
  10.50 
  3.06 
  37.94 
  1965 
2.93 
12.00 
30.00 
21.50 
87.63 
10.00 
1*23 
10.00 
17.67 
69.36 
7o04 
16.20 
4.18 
2.90 
11.44 
55*30 
2.27 
29.00 
16.00 
9.50 
9.05 
11,00 
5.00 
1.00 
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14014 
14015 
14016 
14017 
14018 
14019 
14020 
14021 
14022 
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14024 
14025 
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14027 
14028 
14029 
14030 
14031 
14032 
14033 
Callaghan & Co.          BO6ks 
Canada Law Bo ok CCo.o" 
The Carswell Co. 
Crane Co. a               lachine parts 
Oliver Ditson Co. leBookS 
Eau Claire Book & Stationery 
          Co. 
Henry George Fiedler 
Grim. Book Bindery 
~onjpansGreen & Co* 
The M6acmi1an Co. 
Chas. 1. Lierrill Co. 
v1-iam, Conservancy District 
Chas .Scribner 's Sons 
The Frank Shepard Co. 
The Society of Industrial ] 
Southern Lercantile Co. 
The University of Chicago 
University of Kentucky    ] 
Williams & Wilkins Co. 
The H. W. wilson Co. 
Julius Andrae & Sons Co. 
II 
it 
  It 
  II 
  'I 
  I1 
Engr. Books 
Army cots 
PRess Books 
Looks 
Subscript ion 
Books 
Candelabra 
receptacle 
14034  Chica-Co Surgical ca 
              Electrical Co.     Incubator 
14035  George 1-.. Clark z Co.  Grate 
14036 A. N. Colt                Itodel fees 
14037  Conklin L Sons Co.        Ide books 
14038  Cooper Hewitt Elec.Co.    Lamp tubes 
14039d  Corning Glass Works      Tube 
14040 B. F. Drakenfeld & Co.    Ulides 
                                 Ta 
14041  Geo. Murison & Sons Co.   Lab.material 
14042  The jettibone Bros .Mf g,.Co.Uniformnis 
14043 Piper. Bros.               ushr o ons 
14044 Redmanoi Chem.,irod.Co.    Plates 
4045   NTL. B. Puud              Enlargements 
1404q- H. A. Shadel              Carrots 
1404   Southern £ iolo-odcal Co.. -Lorn a.material 
14049  Jpencer Leis Co. UOectroscopp 
1-4050 B. p. -          51- Sons Ure se tabs 
14051) Mont aomery  rd & Co.     Gas plte 
14G52 Wi1heL & Glilies           Tubes & iotor 
14053 -Wisconsin Foundry & Lach. C o. u y 
14064 ]Jeinecke & Co.           1,-e .Supplies 
-14065 H. A. *1etz Laboratories  Chemicals 
W4056 Edgsar A. *1-urray Co.     Ant doom 
14057 WXil_1 Ross                Sutures 
14058  Sharp & bmith             Hospital supp 
l40    G Geo. 1.Carpenter C Co.  Lines 
14016, Chicago h!,ailing Tube Co. Tubes 
1406   Col-mbia Pibbon & Carbon hf§,.Co.Fibbons 
l40    Commercial So-venet Cor. ,ro 
14046  SChaar & Co. 
                                 S ono11a e t ers 
                         -29- 
1i. 
241.25 
22.25 
25.50 
  6.*31 
  2.92 
  6.7T 
  12.33 
472.90 
15.25 
  3.72 
  3 a.18E. 
  .75 
  5.36 
  38.00 
  5.50 
  62,w50 
  3501 
  .75 
  5.00 
  6*20 
  1.54 
  65.00 
  2.12 
  30.50 
  48.00 
  17.82 
  .41 
  11.06 
  15.00 
253.35 
  5.44 
  5*00 
  2.00 
  8.5-5 
  44.31 
  1.15 
  F-Y- 
  0.95 
  18.50 
  39.20 
  37*35 
  24.32 
  1.00 
  1.00 
  8400 
  11.29 
  6.00 
  18.18 
  25.45 
  1.00 
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Diamond Ink Co.            Iucilage & brUshesll,25 
General Paper & Supply Cc.?Paper & erasers  13.50 
George Kraft               Pent on cylinder  1.00 
Madison Battery & Service Hydrogen           6.00 
C. H. O'Neil & Sons Co.    Alconol          46.94 
R ookwe11-Barnes Co.       !aper              5.00 
Standard Gil Co.New York   oil               8.75 
Woelz Brothers             Paper            45.00 
Milwaukee Envelope Mfg.Co.VUrapp)ers       120.32 
V.I Russell                Stoves            2.00 
V.olff,Kubly & Hirsig Co.   edcmeters       10.00 
lionte Allen               Hay              30.00 
Amrer.Aberdeen-Angus Breeders 
14063 
14064 
14065 
14066 
14067 
14068 
14069 
14070 
14071 
14072 
14073 
14074 
14075 
14076 
14077 
14078 
14079 
14080 
14081 
14082 
14083 
14084 
14085 
14086 
14087 
"414088 
14069 Spooner State Lank 
14090   Standard Cap and Seal Co. 
14091   Standard oil Co.-Culuth 
14092 Uasserberger & Dickof 
14093 WolffKu'bly L& Hirsig Co. 
14094   The Simple: Net Co. 
14Q95 WValter Campbell 
14096   Prank Brothers 
1l097   Gould,fe-ls ' B- Iackburn 
14098   Kennedy Dairy Co. 
14099 Klueter &r Co. 
14100   Loose-Yiiles Biscuit Co. 
14101 L-erchants Chemical Co. 
14102   Teckeueyer Candy Co. 
14103  Kennedy Dairy- Co. 
14104  G. Schirmer 
14105  George -J. 1. oe 
14106 A. G. SpaldLing    Bros. 
14107 P. ,. Sansufi. 
Applications 
Cartons 
Cieese bo.-es 
T,-  -;g 
Tub liners 
:Horse shoe ing 
Emhpty tubs 
Cartons 
Unloading coal 
PI ow ing 
.SIpr ings 
Seed 
Solcdering & 
painting cans 
e.nm iite and 
    fuse 
 Creasl caps and 
      rings 
 Gasoline L Oil 
 Hardware 
 Latbh 
 Aitr Net 
 IRepair ing 
 register 
 Groceries 
    ti 
 Ice creepm 
 Groceries 
 Biscuits 
 Ca' idy 
 -oks 
 B.e s tr i ng in g 
 rackets 
 Uniforms 
Rabbits 
   26.* 00 
   25.82 
   44.00 
   190.61 
   84.38 
     .8 0 
   12.70 
   100,00 
   499.68 
   46.00 
   89.90 
     .40 
   11.20 
   2.85 
   16.83 
   88.00 
   18 . 96 
   46.25 
   9.00 
   2.50 
   0.22 
1722. 76 
   18. 440 
   133.00 
   "1L27.38 
   49.00 
   149.64 
   12.00 
   129.30 
   8.57 
   22.32 
 145.48 
   13.50 
-30-. 
        Association 
America Tag Company 
Capital Dairy Co. 
H. D. Conkey & Co. 
Cread:ery ifackage Mfg.Co. 
DeLaval Se' 9rator Co. 
Fred Jones 
JR. C. ilielsmeier 
Hena -I. rinting Co. 
He: 'y tienness 
Chcs. ?. Fadlinger 
Rock Is land uIlow Co. 
The J. L. Ross Co, 
E. P-. Sharer 


 
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        14113 
        14114 
June 17,14115 
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.Tlune 21014120 
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        14122 
        14123 
        14124 
        14125 
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        14127 
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        14149 
        14150 
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        14153 
        14154 
        4z455 
        14156 
Vaughan's Seed Store       1rvoels2 s 
G. Cramer Dry Plate Co.    i--lters 
Armour Fertilizer Works   rertilizer "a 
                          blood serurn 
G. E. Stechert &c Co.      Looks 
Valvoline Oil Co.          Gasoline 
Weston Electrical Instr.Co.Cells 
Wo1f'f,Kubly & Hirsig Co.,4, Screening 
Capital City Tire Co.      Casin. 
G. Li. Ellis              Films 
G. L. Gilbert, Bursar      Postage 
"i                I fRefunds 
George Nelson             Contract 
T. L. Bewick               Travel 
C. M. cL St. P. Py. Co.    Freight 
C. & No.VW. Ry.Co.         Freight 
Earl J. Cooper             Travel 
The Daily Cardinal         Advertis 
DavolPRubber Co.           Bulbs 
M. E. Diemer               Labor on 
John S. Donald             Travel 
The Elliott Co.            Rental o 
Jo L  Fargo                Travel1 
Gar lock Packin, CCo.      Packing 
General Paper & Supply Co.j ,.per 
The Emil Greiner Co.        .b.app. 
Prof. N. E. Hansen         Fruit tr 
O. G. Holway               Travel 
II It  I! I 
Andrew Hopkins 
1. 3. Hulce 
International Harvester Co.1epairs 
Geo. C. Humphrey 
jenkins Bros.Co. 
Johns -Manville 
Gladys M1eloche 
R. A. i oOore 
Louis P. Nafis 
The Pettibone Bros.Co. 
Frances E. Savin 
Clarence K. Schubert 
Self-Locking Carton Co. 
Standard Oil Co. 
Gladys Stiil-man 
The H. A. Stoothoff Co. 
University of Illinois 
R. H. Whitbeck 
ji. H. eWright 
Wright Directory COO 
on ci 
on c 
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ees 
if 
6.64 
11.00 
     18.93 
   2366.38 
   1180.10 
     47.66 
     80.73 
     53.94 
     51.62 
     718.74 
   4240.86 
   1168.20 
     71.53 
oal 602.06 
oal 580.47 
     44.00 
t     3.90 
      2.46 
ns   12.00 
     61.15 
chinel5.*00 
     24.70 
     11.59 
     1,30 
     5.45 
     5.00 
     35.38 
     65.87 
     53.67 
     71.74 
     12.45 
     2.13 
Valves 
Roffing 
Travel 
  II 
Laboratory equip- 
    u e n t 
Badges 
Tr avei 
iPicture wire & 
   tacks 
Egg cartons 
Gas oline 
Travel 
Aphicide powder 
Books 
Travel 
  I! 
iiirectory 
4.08 
89.70 
22.80 
45.47 
3.88 
80.25 
43.57 
11*50 
1.60 
13.50 
22.20 
51.97 
4.00 
7.50 
12.97 
52.71 
7.00 


 
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14159 
14160 
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14176 
14177 
14178 
14179 
14180 
14181 
14182 
14183 
14184 
14185 
14186 
14187 
14188 
                Co. 
14189  The (rrasselli Che'4eCo. 
14190   J. C. Elso a 
14191 E. A. Gilmore 
14192 S. H. Goodni'-ht 
14193  J. A. James 
14194 W. He Kiekhofer 
14195 C. S. Meek 
14196 Hv L. Miller 
14197 Mt, C. Otto 
14198 1D S. Robinson 
14199  E. A. Ross 
14200  Almere L. Scott 
C. A. Smith 
L. S. Smith 
Geo. Wagner 
Chernmicals 
  Travel z 
  i 
Tra 
Tra 
B. F. Sturtevant Co.     Pulley 
Axaer,.Acad. oC joiitical & 
       Social Science      Books 
Amer.Poultry Assoc. ook 
\7ilmer Atkinson Co.          tf 
Canada Law Book Co.        Books 
The Carswell Co.," 
J.A.Fay & Egan Co.         Saws 
Louis A. Geffert           Collars 
The Rockefeller Institute Journal 
The Sorotirty Handbook     Books 
The Ungraded Teachers Assoc.Subscription 
VWisconsin Engineer        Book 
Aier .Brass Co.Kenosha     Brass 
Armour Fertilizer Works    Blood serum 
iMerchants & SavYings Bank 
Acct.of R. & J. Beck       Apip;aratus 
J. R. Conmons              Pamphl"ts 
Thos '. LUahid             Strings 
Louise Dejonge & Co.       Paper 
Henry A. Dreeer            Plants 
H.rloff Loprich Elec.Co. Lamps 
Hermoan 1"ack              Groceries 
The ienges khqarmacies     Plaster 
Rentsch.ler  floral Co.    Flowers 
Smart -Iotor Car Co.       oil 
The Will Corporation2:      ubes 
"'isconsin Foundry                h Mach.Oo.fy wvhee1 
J. W. Lawrie & Sons        Safety- pins 
Madison Paper Co.          Brushes 
The 'Ltodern Hospital Pu-.Co.6agazine 
The Pfister & Vogel Leather Leather? 
Chas.WV1e hrman            ;rac e s 
French Battery . Carbon 
Lectures       79.42 
Lvel & Lecture 67.67 
"    "   "      45.19 
"I   "   "     62.91 
"    "   "    172.19 
"it  It  "I    50.531 
Lvel          138.95 
"3,           158.20 
              "116.70 
Lec ture & 
   travel 
   Al 
II 
II 
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133.81 
25.00 
121.21 
53.43 
73.52 
2.30 
1.00 
2.14 
3.15 
13.50 
11.50 
21., 09 
19.00 
  075 
  2.25 
  1.50 
15.34 
3o69 
1.50 
65.35 
1.00 
20.00 
11.-40 
3.54 
1.70 
14,51 
4.050 
10.40 
55.38 
11..00 
5.50 
3.63 
6.50 
5.00 
17.67 
47.00 
61.73 
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14202 
14203 


 
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14204 
14205 
14206 
14207 
14208 
14209 
14210 
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14216 
14217 
14218 
"14219 
14220 
14221 
14222 
14223 
"14224 
14220 
14226 
14227 
14223 
14224 
14230 
142%1 
14232 
           Company 
14233  Simon Bros.Co. 
14234  F. W. Woolworth Co. 
14235 Angell Games Co. 
14236 Ang-ellElectrical Co. 
14237 Lyon & Healy 
14238 Narraggse tt lSach.Co. 
14259   nerican Steel & Y.Tire 
14240 Eder ifg.Co. 
14241  The Hu C othing Co. 
"14242 Hiunter -iess Bureau 
14245 " heo.± w .r Foundry 
             U >{,.hine Co. 
14244 A . L. Gi11ert, Bursar 
14245 K1adison Tent U Awning 
Travel 
   " &Lectures 
   !II    ft1 
?1?ho t os 
   Ii 
Travel 
176.11 
-79*74 
69.81 
21.12 
10,45 
  1.15 
  99.73 
  49.53 
Andrew Thomas Weaver 
George Fahr 
O .I°F.oers ter 
Jo hn   JImrie 
M. E. 0ie-fier 
Robert Amundson 
A. H. Cole 
J. M. Coyner 
w* A. Duffy 
Guy F. Hales 
J. Ij . K~vanaugh 
E. L. Luther 
L. J. Merriaxm 
H. R. Noble 
R. H. Rasmussen 
H. G. Seyforth 
J. F. Thomas 
BenjaminFO . Wood 
The Creaxiery Package lfl 
Davis & Knight 
Frank S. Dhoog5 
Otto B. Sclhmidt 
joXhnsonf & Hill Co. 
i el'-.) o  Bros .Lbr.Co. 
Burdick & urray Co. 
GouldVfells & Blackburn 
Iansfieldo-Caughey Co. 
Northwestern Furniture 
  Furniture 
  Groceries 
  Rubber domes 
  Bliff games 
  S oap 
  Mus ic 
  Lhouthpiec es 
Co.Ne titng 
  -lanket 
  Clipping service 
  Iron ring 
  Umpire'Is fee 
Co .Canvas 
/olff Kubly g Hirs ig Co.Wire 
"   .akerU-U Dhe-a Lb r. C o.  L e 
Central Scientific Co. Tubes 
DeZeng-Sta-n ard Co.     0phatha2lmoscoie 
vi. E. Dief-er           Photos 
f    i t it                i 
I, 
it  tI 
Hoffman Feed Co. 
Klueter ' Co. 
Shelled corn 
Salt 
11.25 
38.40 
2.00 
13.50 
3.00 
6.71 
12.00 
44.63 
8.62 
40.00 
20.00 
10v12 
15.00 
7.50 
5.50 
7.60 
13.47 
27 24 
52.50 
43.35 
3!.00 
1.60 
  6.00 
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14246 
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14248 
14249 
14250 
14251 
14252 
14255 
14254 
   "ti             4.98 
                  "24*83 
   "i "6.00 
   ,,              7.70 
   it             25.81 
   if              4.21 
   "1             17.183 
   "it            11.64 
   "it            10.81 
                   "7. '92 
                   "10.13 
g.Co.Cutting frame 7.40 
Breaking gound    48.75 
Soap & Plugs       4.05 
Oats 
Plo w share        5.25 
Potash            29.41 
Dry Goods         18.75 
Groceries         59.68 
Butter            88.20 


 
June 
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20- 
22, 
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14256 
14257 
14258 
14259 
14260 
14261 
14262 
14263 
14264 
14265 
14266 
14268 
14269 
1426IO 
14267 
14271 
14272 
14273 
14274 
14275 
14276 
14277 
14278 
14272 
14280 
14281L 
14282 
14283 
14284 
14285 
14286 
14287 
14288 
14289 
14290 
14291 
14292 
T4293 
14294 
1 4295 
L4 293 
14297 
14298 
14299 
14300 
14301 
i 4o02 
Schaal-Wa1rlker Co. oShelled corn       551.77 
Hoffman Feed Co.        C rn              3.00 
I. Kaplan                   0 tS          5.70 
M. E. Diemer "ePhotos                   203.28 
,,                        if ,, "       143.80 
Harl'off Loprich Elec.Co.Cabinet & switch 82,051 
oxadison Army Supply Co. Socks and cot   15,-25 
Kautz Bros.             Glass & 0il      45.61 
0Jolff,-ubly & Hirsig Qo.5aw and chain    5.01 
University Creamery Pay Roll           2072.52 
G. L. Gilbert,          pRefunds       9152.81 
Amofer.Home Econ.Assoc. Advertising      11.25 
Autoilotive EIec.Serv.Co. 
T. L. Bewick            Insulator 
G. Bohstedt             Travel & Tel,, 
Arer.Physical Ed.Assoc. Advertising      15.00 
B oylston Steam Specialty C o.iMiach.parts  13.15 
Mary A. Brady           TravelI          9,9 0 
Cecil Britt               ,12.97 
Bruce Publ.Co.          Advertising      26.00 
Mrs. F4 K. Burr?        Ribbon            7.50 
The Catholic School Jounnal Advertising  45.00 
C. t. -  St. P. Ry0Co.   Inspection of 
                         track gale      15.00 
 Crandall Packing Co.   Iachine parts    43.20 
 Crane Co.              Valves           17.52 
 Barl J. Cooper         Travel -7.51 
 Daily Cardinal         Advertising       2.70 
 E   . J9elwiche        Travel            45.23 
65.28 
13.14 
22.72 
24.00 
27.80 
43.35 
50.71 
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2eter Docherty 
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Educator.-Journal Co. 
The SliI of Co. 
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,T. I. Frost 
Lou is A. C-.e ffert 
B. A. Gi~lmore 
Krs. Howard Greene 
G e o . C . HuQ hre y 
Jagerson Fuel Uo. 
G. Jenny 
B. B. Jones 
Nellie Kedzie Jones 
Sarah Jones 
G. \7. Keitt 
The iMcGowan C o. 
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G.L.Gilbert,Bursar, 
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Travel 
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Travel 
Travel 
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Traveli 
Spring for truck 
Meals 
Travel 
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A* F. Youngberg9         Reimbursement 
Jarer.Inst.of ActUaries BoOks 
0has. H, Besiy & Co0     Drill Rods 
Callaghan a Co,          Books 
The Drama Corporation 
M-.cGraw Hill Book C0614 
Reliable Poultr2, Jourhal Co.Books 
Texas    Sou thwestern 
Cattle Raisers ASsoc*    Books 
Jillians &c ilkins Co6   subscription 
C4 B. AlleP              Petty purchas 
Al1uminium Ore Co.       chemicals 
Julius Andrae & Sbns Co.S itches 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co._.ens? 
Castle & Doyle0Coke 
Central Scientific Co.   Grating & 
                          The rml one ters 
 Champion Animal  Food Co.Dog Biscuits 
 Keeley-Neckerman Co.    Bry Goods 
 A. E. Lamboley          Stop watch 
 McGraw Hill Book Co.    Books 
Baager Pharmacy 
Three F St eamn Laflndry 
Kaplan's Fruit Store 
MK ansfield-Caughey Co. 
Simon Bros.Co. 
Brohard Co. 
Merck L Co. 
Mionsanto Chemical Yforks 
J5 L. Gillin 
Arn0od B-. Hal 
Pob t .Amund s on 
To H. Campion 
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R. A. Kolb 
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Mr. L.J.Merriazi 
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Ralph E. Ramsay 
Griffith R-ichards 
Al; S. Slaughter 
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H. T. Thorkelson 
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G.L.Gilbert, Acct. of 
      L .K.Jones 
McGraw Hill Book Co. 
The Macmillan Co. 
Madison Tent & Awning 
V. Mueller & Co. 
Rundle Spence hfg.Co. 
D. H. Sargent & Co. 
Albert E. Smith 
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14396  Standard Oil Co.        0il & Gasolix 
14397  The Tablet & Ticket Co. Cardstr'ips L 
                                 letters 
14398 Underwood Typewriter Co.Typewriter & 
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E     s W. Scbil!ing 
Leo L, Schoepf 
W, E. Spreiter          Travel 
Edwin H., Thompson 
J.F.Wojta "." 
E. J. Graul" 
Ba k e r Upham Lbr.Co.  Libe r 
G. L.Gilbert ,Bursar, 
  Acct.of A.C.Fiedler   Travel 
H.C.Christians Co.      Butter a eggs 
General Paper &c Supply Co.Plates 
Kennedy Dairy Co.       Milk & cream 
Klueter & Co.           Catsup 
M-adison Gas cc Elec.Co. Grates- 
L. J. Pickarts          Stravvberries 
Kennedy Dairy Co.        Ice cream 
F.F.F.Steamr Laundry Co. Dry cleaning 
G.L.Gilbert, ,Acct. 
     of T. Jones        Travel 
S.     Pyre                " 
A. G. Spalding 1 Bros.  Shoes 
University of Michigan  Guarantee 
University of Notre Dame     I 
Frank S. Letz Co.       1.ed.Sup. 
De-.Zeng-Standard Co.    Lamps 
M. E. Diemer            Phttos 
Fred Jenner Hodges       Travel 
Henry Johnson State TreaR.Refunds 
Castle ' Doyle 'i:Ae 
C. St.    Minn.IRy.Co.      4 irht 
Conklin -  Sons Co.      ice coupons 
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14400 M. E. Diemer              Photos 
14401  Lecture Bureau Weekly --.-y Roll 
14402 Verona Creamery Pay Roll 
14403  Cottage Grove Creamery Pay Roll 
14404  G.L.Gilbert, Acot. 
         of Art Collentine      Travel 
14405  G.LtGilbert, Acct. 
         T,.L.Jones 
14406  G.LGilbert, Acct. 
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14407  G.L.Gilbert, Acct, of 
          Della F. Wilson      k odel fees 
14408  G. L. Gilbert, Acct. of 
          G. Bohstedt           iPigs 
14409  G.L.Gilbert, Bursar, 
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Flora Sign Co.          ( 
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Mildred Hagerty 
E. G. Hastings 
High School uarterly   I 
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110 P. Savvdis           Lecture 
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Helen Corilstock         Lu-:" ew:euses 
Frenc# iattery L Carbon Co.ss 
Illinois Glass Co. C*as 
Agnes Peic*-OL 
Illinois Central fy.Co. Frei t 
C. H. Imig               Tra> 
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B. L. Luther,'_1 
R. H. Rasmussen 
W. J. Rogan                Al 
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Freight & express,4.32 
Dairy supplies    7.15 
Travel           83.15 
W. E, Spreiter 
C. pI' West 
F0. IL. MUsbach 
E. J. Delwiche 
Louis Ao Geffert 
F. *L. Musbach. 
Chicago & Northwestern 
    ...Ry.Co. 
Fe ix Gerard Co. 
F. Wo. Driscoll 
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G. S. *Lowman 
Universi-.y of Chicago 
Fred J. Hodges" 
  2.66 
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  29,81 
  31.06 
  8.15 
10-9.53 
11 .01 
Central Scientific Co. M hachines        645.82 
General Paper & Supply Co.Straw 
                          board   skewers  3.95 
Hoffman Feed Co.         Oats , Hay       21.92 
Johns-Manville           Brake linings     8.66 
Mautz Brothers           Glass            72.25 
F. IL. Musbach           Travel           55.18 
Madison Gas & Elec.Co. Gas               711.43 
C. l. £c Lake Sup.TTe.COTelepl&one       13.32 
Western Union Tel.Co.    Telegraph       100-.84 
C. S. & St. P.Ry.Co,     Freight         505.32 
C. & Northwestern Ry.Co.Fre-ight         235.92 
Wisconsin Telephone Co. Telephone        193.20 
Amer.Ry.Express Co.      Express           1.47 
  "H "    "       "         "I             1.59
  "t "   "        "i        "              1.24
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  "t "t  "        "         "               .75
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J. G. Moore              Travel           11.02 
JC. G. Milward              "67.06 
Geo. C. HUMphr ey           "42.44 
G.L.G ilb ert, Acct.of 
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F.R.Gifford 
J.M. Farg o 
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J. M. Wa1z, 
J. F.YJ/ojta              " 
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D.E.McMiIIan & Bros.     Coal 
E.L.Luther               Trave. 
G.L.Gilbert,Bursar      Refunds 
E.A.Culler               Cash advanced 
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Rat P0is on 
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2   Cottage Grove Creamer- .   1 
3 Lecture ibureau Pay Roll 
4 Veirena' Creamxery R011 
5 Cottage Grove Creamery Roll 
6 University Creamery Roll 
7 V-est Middleton Creamery R.'11 
8   Chester Allen           Travel 
9        i1   - Ii 
10 N. A. Ande-rson' 
11 W, M. Derthick 
12 WS H. Dudley 
13  Fraternal Reserve Assn. Rent 
14  The Jacob Geneeman Estate " 
15  Harry Glicksman         Travel 
16  S. H. Goodnight 
17  Lucius T. Gould           I 
18 Marshall C. Graff           " 
19 L. 2D. HerroldA 
20  Joseph W. Jacks on 
21  LaCrosse Theatres Co. 
22  Sam A, Marsh               " 
23 Milwatikee Academy       Rent 
24 Milwaukee Elec.Ry. & Lt.Co°SteaX 
25  J. P. O'Connor          Travel 
26  J. W. Powell               " 
27  I t '                     " 
28  J. B. Read 
29 Wisconsin Telephone Co. 
        M ilwaukee          Srvice 
30    - -          H.- - I      I 
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32 Chicagb, Milw. & Lake 
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33 Chicago & Northwestern 
             RyCo.          Freight 
34 V!estern Union Telegraphy Co.Telegrams 
35 Wisconsin Telephone Co. Service 
36 Willis Wissler           Travel 
37 E. W. Morphy             Band Services 
38  F. 0. Reed              Classes 
39 Albert Montgomery        Laying tileJ 
40  Chicago, St. P. kinn. 
        Ry.Co.              Freight 
41  State Deptobf EngineerinServices 
42  City of luadison, water 
             Dept.          water Rent 
43  Franke LaBudde Grain Co.Grain 
45 Wm."C. Stutzman    "     Rabbits 
46  Arner.Book Co.          Books 
47  Axuer. Projecting Co.   Lamps 
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49   "  "      " 
50 1Rodney Babcock 
51   G. A. Beebe 
52   F. C. Blood 
53 Bobbs-IVierri2l Co. 
54 Millard E. rawne 
55 Agnes Brennan 
56 Miles rown 
57 Fran:; L. Clapp 
58 W. L. Derthick 
69   Clyde D. Dopkins 
60 Davis Edwards 
61   C. C. Geeling 
62 Waldemar Geltch 
63   General Paper & Supply Co. 
64   J. L. Gillin 
65 Harry Blicksman 
66   S. H. Goodnight 
671 Edgar B. Gordon 
68   Chester Allen 
69   j. MU. Grimstad 
70 Alfred P. Haake 
71     " 
72 Arnold B. Hall 
73   Theo. Herfurth & Son 
74   Joseph HrUska 
75   Joseph W. Jackson 
76   J.e A. James 
77   T. L. Jones 
78   Kalamazoo Label Co. 
79   C. K. Leith 
80 D. D. JLescohier 
81   Albert E,. Logeman 
82   J. R. McCrory 
83 W7alter C. Mackey 
84 Madison Tent & Awning Co. 
85            M" 
86   Sam A. Marsh 
87   Oscar J. L athis 
88   Harry I. Miller 
89   H.L.Miller 
90 Emil A. Mueller 
91   5. P. O'Connor 
92 Lub in Felkey 
93 Harold P ostel 
94   3. /. P owell 
95 Catherene E. Ryan 
96 C. A. Snaith 
97 R. S. Starks 
98 Sunderland, Evans & Agen 
99 University Cooperative Co. 
100"" 
Travel            17.63 
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                  "43.20 
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                  144.66 
irooks -           7.553 
Refund             3.76 
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Travel            69.80 
  "Ii             16.76 
Refund             7.50 
Travel            84.31 
Re fund            8.600 
Travel & Conc.    53..58 
Paper              5.500 
Travel & Lect.    45.23 
Travel           105.13 
Travel & Lect. 100.79 
Travel            31.99 
  ti              22.34 
Refund             3.00 
Travel           165.77 
  it             204.45 
  "i              86.32 
Insurance          5.00 
P efund            5.00 
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Pavel!             9.56 
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Marking assin.- 
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                 "101.25 
Rope               9.00 
Tickets           19.21 
Travel            24.82 
Refund            57.00 
M1arking Ass i-.   I 61.20 
Travel & Lect.   128.75 
1h-arking Assiyn. 37.20 
Travel            25.19 
Se fund            1.45 
Mdarking Ass ign. 75.°00 
Travel            17.54 
Re fund           10.00 
Travel & Lecture 45.26 
Refutnd            1. 00 
Rent              45.00 
.Ba .;e r        216.37 
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142 .luarterly Journal of 
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143 ]euemington Typewriter Co. 
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School Century 
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148  Siekert & Baum Stationary 
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414  ,ie   .Sith &Co. 
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R. H.WIhitbeck 
Wm. Wiedriich 
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W'.D.Stovall 
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Aches on Graphite Co. 
Am er.Inst.of Accts. 
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B1 M. Arries 
P. A. Aust 
Automotive Elec.Serv .Co. 
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Automatic File & Index Cc 
Chas. H. B'esly & Co, 
Builders Iron Foundry 
Bunde & Ujmneyer 
o.J.Campbell 
Capital City Tire Co. 
Capital Times Co. 
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Conklin & Sons Co. 
C'otrell & Leonard 
Crane Co. 
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Daily Cardinal 
Dennison Mfg.Co. 
BeruLice Dodge 
F. *JW. Duffee 
Haswel- Furniture Co. 
Robt.L.Hesse 
B. C. Kassell Co. 
Geo. F. Kearney Co. 
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206.28 
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15.19 
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493.48 
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153 University of Chicago, 
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156 T-eo. Kupfer2               Catc} 
157 Uadison Gas & Electric Co.Brac] 
158 1;Lutz Bros.                Glas1 
159 Robertson & Co.             Wall 
160 Ross Manufacturing Co.      Wash( 
161 Alexander 1ifg.Co.          Mach: 
162 Amer.Book Co.               Bookc, 
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164 Badger Tube Expander Co. Expai 
165 Callaghan & Co.             Bookm 
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         562 Leacocck Sporting Goods Co.Book 
         563 Patrick Lynch -covering bndles 
         5'64 1Lyon & He&ly            Book 
         565- Emil  . INiebuhr         Use obf' canoe 
         "566 L.l*.01ds Seed Co.       Fertilizer 
         567 Eder M'fg.Co.             Blanket 
         568 A'.P.Felton               Car tridges 
         569 Patrick Lynch             Straps 
         570 Madison Tent & Awning Co. Rope 
         571 Photoart House            Prints 
         572 Carl Thomas-              Photos 
         573 U.s.Lawn Tennis Assn.     Entry fee 
         574 University Exposition Board Benches 
         575 Wisconsin State Journal   Matrices 
         576 Irma C. Haak              Draw ings 
         577 Morris Kaplan             Carrots 
         578 Kennedy Dairy Co.         Miilk 
         579 R.E.Buser                 Groceries 
         580 City of Madison           Ust of roller 
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        581 Eastman Kodak Co. of NT.J. Tripod & lights 
        582 Eau Claire Book & Stat.Co.Books 
        583  Ginn&Co.                  Books 
        584  Gould, W-ells & Blackburn Co.Groceries 
        585 Ph.Gross Hdwe. & Supply Co.Wrenches 
        586  Harloff-Loprich Elec.Co. Motor 
        587  Hub Clothing Coi          Balls 
        588  L. Klein' & Sons          Paper 
        589 Mallinckrodt Chem .Wks.    Chemicals 
        590 Mautz Brothers             Lead & glass    2 
        591 Merck & Co.                Chemicals 
        592  H.C.Netherwood Prtg.Co.   Office sup. 
        593 Photoart House             Plates 
        594 Albert Pick & Co.          Cooler 
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       600  Valvoline Oil Co..         Oil 
       601  Western  ron Sh~res Co.   Mach.parts 
       602 Wiedenbeck-.Dobelin Co. 
       603  Williams & Wilkins Co.    Books 
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  668  Lavinda May DeVilbiss 
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  671  Jeannette Felice Smith 
  672 E1mna Mabel Johnson 
  673  Leonard. L.CUtnningham 
  -674 Shelly H. Gee. 
  675  Kathryn Jane Shearer 
  -676 Erna ID. EIsner 
  679  HoWard J. Monroe 
  678  Clement H. Williams 
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  680  JOhn Harman 
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  68   Lawrence E. Cunningham 
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  689 Louis C. Melch.dr 
  690 Robert A. Luhman 
  691 Rlrick B. Hertzman 
  692 Mabel T. Egerson 
  693 Elizabeth Kruse 
  694 John 'D. Stewart 
  695 Gertrude Doyle    M Marcy 
  696 Armour Fertilizer Wks. 
  697 E.B.Belden 
  698 Anna M. Birge 
  699 C. M. & St.P.Ry.Co. 
  700 C. &~ Northwestern Ry.Co. 
  701 Ethel R.- Edmundson 
  702 Charles L. Fluke 
  703 Franke LaBudde Brain Co. 
  704 J.H,. Hanson 
  70-5 M.D.Harbaugh 
  706    *I.-E-McIiillan & Bro. 
707 Blaf N. Rove 
708  Unzversity Investmnent Co. 
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711 M:. H. Albertz 
712  M~. H. Sprague 
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714 R .V.Murphy 
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                     REGULARMEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE C.0JIITTEE 
                              Milwaukee, Wisconsfin 
                    University Club, August 26, 1921, 12 M. 
            PRESENT. Regents Haiin ond, H-orlick Biutler, Kohler, Presi-
       dent Birge;  Acting Business Manager Lhi.lips, Secretary 
       McCaftfrey, 
                        PEC C IFJ.NDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                               "-Letters and Science. 
 I -& That the resignation of Mliss Ethel S. Horton, technical 
 1. / assistant in botany be accepted as of August 8. 
               Adopted, 
       20 2. That the resignation of John Metschl and JohnD. Jenkins 
       assistants in chemistry, be accepted, 
               Adopted, 
            3. That the ollbwing be appointed assiStants in chemistry, 
      1921-22, at the salaries indicated   charged to the budget of the 
      department: 
                           JohnW. Moore, at- '   $600 
                           William C° Child, at...--700 
                           Louis B. Haines, at .... 800. 
              Adopted. 
            4. That Ruth B, King be appointed assistaht in Latin, 1921- 
      22, at a salary of .$500; to, be charged to unassigned instruction
               Ad opted. 
            '5. That William Zeuch be appointed research assistant° in
  A_7 Vindustrial relations (Professor Commons, Chief), 1921%w22, at 
      salary of $1,000, to be charged to University Research Fund. 
               Adopted. 
            6. That the salary Of Ass istant Professor Arthur Beatty, 
S College of Letters and science, be reduced from $2,650 t& $2150) 
      on account of redUction of work to permit increased service in 
   15 Extension Division. That his salary in E~xtension be increased 
     from $650 to $1,350.    G,q. 
               Adopted. 
            7. That Ruford W. Blair be appointed assiStant in English: 
   1921-.22, at a salary of $500,. to be charged to appropriation for 
     Assistanti Professor Beatty "" . 
         Adopted. 
 " 8. That the resignation of A. R. Schubert, instructor in 
English, 1921,22, be accepted, 
         Adopted. 


 
                     REGULARMEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE C.0JIITTEE 
                              Milwaukee, Wisconsfin 
                    University Club, August 26, 1921, 12 M. 
            PRESENT. Regents Haiin ond, H-orlick Biutler, Kohler, Presi-
       dent Birge;  Acting Business Manager Lhi.lips, Secretary 
       McCaftfrey, 
                        PEC C IFJ.NDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT 
                               "-Letters and Science. 
 I -& That the resignation of Mliss Ethel S. Horton, technical 
 1. / assistant in botany be accepted as of August 8. 
               Adopted, 
       20 2. That the resignation of John Metschl and JohnD. Jenkins 
       assistants in chemistry, be accepted, 
               Adopted, 
            3. That the ollbwing be appointed assiStants in chemistry, 
      1921-22, at the salaries indicated   charged to the budget of the 
      department: 
                           JohnW. Moore, at- '   $600 
                           William C° Child, at...--700 
                           Louis B. Haines, at .... 800. 
              Adopted. 
            4. That Ruth B, King be appointed assistaht in Latin, 1921- 
      22, at a salary of .$500; to, be charged to unassigned instruction
               Ad opted. 
            '5. That William Zeuch be appointed research assistant° in
  A_7 Vindustrial relations (Professor Commons, Chief), 1921%w22, at 
      salary of $1,000, to be charged to University Research Fund. 
               Adopted. 
            6. That the salary Of Ass istant Professor Arthur Beatty, 
S College of Letters and science, be reduced from $2,650 t& $2150) 
      on account of redUction of work to permit increased service in 
   15 Extension Division. That his salary in E~xtension be increased 
     from $650 to $1,350.    G,q. 
               Adopted. 
            7. That Ruford W. Blair be appointed assiStant in English: 
   1921-.22, at a salary of $500,. to be charged to appropriation for 
     Assistanti Professor Beatty "" . 
         Adopted. 
 " 8. That the resignation of A. R. Schubert, instructor in 
English, 1921,22, be accepted, 
         Adopted. 


 
            9.,That Robert. L, '-IJ e. be ppn s± d ¾istructor
in English 
   S- 1921-221 at a- saloary -;,- -  to         CL 
           l92-2~  t sla;-.     ,8  " to be c'w :ged. to appropriation
for 
       A. R. Schubert, resignedt 
              Adopted. 
           10. The Ethel i,' Thornbiory be appo 01tc.  sYsitant in English,
       1921-22, at a salary o2 p00; to be ch-rnge. to budget of depart.-
       ment.e_                                     bg      f- 
              Adopt ed. 
          11. That William A. Hughes be appointed instructor in Indus- 
       trial Education, 1921-22, to divide his t11e and his salary equa1-
I/     ly between-the college  and the Wiscons& High School, at a sra-
      ary of $2,000; to be charged to budget a'lowance for Assistant Pro-
      essor L. S. Greene, resigned, 
              Adopt ed. 
    t     12. That the resignaticn of (Mirs.) Genevieve J, Bouuhner, in 
      structor -Jn journalism, 1921-22, be accepted_ 
              Adoo ted. 
           ' 3 TA t ub.L o.a bi     pp --e ..., 
           "13. That Ruby A. Blac   býc      ,. e  instructor
in journalism, 
      1921-22, at a Salary of 41,600; to be charged to budget allowance 
      for Mrs. Boughner, resigned. 
              Adopt ed. 
          14. That John- G. Baker be appo*1/t0c .'o .s2ictant in journalism,
      1921'22- at a salary of r50Q- to be c,:r-g)%._ to budget of depart.-
      ment. 
             Adopted. 
          15. That David 'V_ McLenegan be app .pted assistant in mathe-.
      matics for the first semester, 1921-22. i  salary of $500; to- 
      be charged to budget of department, 
             Adapted.; 
 -7      16. That Alice Salvan be appointed "nt~'uctor in Romance Lan.-
      guages, 1921-22, at a sala-y of 6i,           charged. to the ouf%
      get if department. 
             Adopted. 
         17. That Lucy Puehler be appointed. cs';iltant in Romance Lane-
     guages, 1921-22, at a salary of $800- ta be -hargd. to budget 
     department. 
             Adopt-ed. 
    /!   18. That Jeanne Palisse be appointed.2 xkntrtctor in Romance 
    Languages, 1921-22, at a salary of $1,7OC5; to. be charged. to bud. 
    get apprz~priation for Leo~n Cardon or suct.-,,r 
             Adopt ed. 
     ,f1.ThtMr. Luis A. Tirapemgui be s,-teintructor in Ro- 
     mance Languages, 1921-22, at a salary of $,GOo0" to. be charged.
to 
     budget appropriation for L. Pflueger or successor. 
     f Adopt ed, 
    ".19a. That., the resignation of * .O.Hoffman,nstructor in Romance
Language0, 1921-22, b e-accepted'-A-dopteda. 


 
            20. That Marguerite Treille be appointed instructor in Romance
 L Languages, 1921-22, at a salary of $1,700; tp be charged to budget 
       i7lowance for Marguerite Treille or successor. 
                Adopted. 
            21. That Marie . Bonnet and Mrerite Pons (assistants in 
       Romance Languages, 1921-22, at $700 each  be also appointed 
       FRENCH SCHOLARS, 1921-22, at additional salaries of $500 each; to
       be charged toappropriation for French Scholars, Special. 
               Adopted. 
           22. That the salary of Smiley Blanton, associate professor of
  spA-Speech hygiene, be increased from $3, 500 to $4,000;  he $500 addi-
      tional to be charged to unassigned instruction. 
               Adopted. 
           23. That S. S. DeVinney be appointed research assistant in 
      physics duriing the surmner of 1921, at a salary of $100 for the per-
7    iod; same to be charged to allotment made to Professor Mendenhall 
      from the University Research  fund. 
               Adopted. 
           24. That the distribution of the salary of Ruth Smith in the 
 4   department of Romance Languages be readjusted as follows:  $400 as 
      dsnistant in the department, and $1,250 as secretarial clerk; to- 
      tal $1,650 as at present, 
               Adopted. 
IQ         25*. That John D. Jernkins be appointed research assistant in
J     cb-chemistry for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $600; tp be charged
     to appropriation for research wotrk on "The Influence of Impurities
     on the Rate of Growth of Crystals." 
              Adopted. 
                                 -General- 
          1. That DEGREES in course be granted as certified by the Reg-.
     istrar, as follows: 
                    SU~   SESSION DEGREES - August 2 5, 1921 
                         COLLEGE OP LJETTERS AINh SCIkhCE 
                               BACHELOR OF ARTS 
                             Allen Sunday Austin 
                             Esther M~ary B erry 
                                                  ( conti nu ed) 


 
   COLL.EGE, OF LETTIMS ArND SCI1ýENC, 
       BACH EI0LSR OF A  cont4 
          Stanley Van Dyke 3Utst 
          Horace Jones Carver 
          Grace Clark 
          Mlarguerite Isabel Croskey 
          Lucian Glenn Culver-, 
          DorrtsDelli cker 
          Bess Beatrice De Vilbiss 
          Eulalia Alfreda Emanuel 
          Philip Hadley Falk, 
          Marguerite Arline Francis 
          Marian Maxwell Goss 
          Esther Gertrude Graham 
          Joseph Alfred Hall 
          Eleahor Henri ette Hausmann 
          Walter Julius Ing±~am 
          Amaretta Beth Jones 
          Iu ckle Kyle 
          Ruth Mlari e McClelland 
          Dudley Holmes Meek 
          Albert Erwin Meinert 
          Helene Frances Meyer' 
        Kathryn MTyk el 
        Irene Hazel Olin 
        Hasso Karl Pestalozzi 
        Mvlargaret Amelia Quinlan 
        Clark Mead Robertson 
        Ruth Evelyn Rockwell 
        William Thomas Rutherford 
        Dorottry S ohap er 
        Ruth Helen Seeger 
        John William Seids, Jr.9 
        Eva Minerva Taylor 
        Peng Tsai 
        Anella M1arie Wieben 
        Norman Lorenr mVittkop 
        Hazel Aipleby Wood 
BACHELOR OF ARTSz, COURSE 1N COUMRCE 
        Dean Albert Buckmaster 
        Lew Garrison Coit 
        Clifford Dewey Conrad 
        All en John Cowlie 
        Irene Lancast er Dahm 
        John Shannon Dickens 
        Charles W~etz el Do rri es 
        Archibald Hub ert Fee 
        Joseph George Feldmanj 
        Frederi 6k Conway Kell-ogg 
        St ewart MoLaren c~i innon 
        John Archibald MacLaren 
Grace K1lendyll M.IcRae 
Gustav B. M, ann 
Allen Hollis Miller 
        -4- 40P-(conttinued) 


 
BACHELOR OF ARTS          EicCOURSEE (continued) 
           Edward David MJi shelow 
           .CharlTes Harold Ray 
           Ruth Rus sell 
           Carl Henry Rust erholz 
           Herbert John Schmiege 
           Donald H, Schuette 
           Edward Godfrey Silbernagel 
           George Emery wood 
    BACHELOR OF ARTS, _COURSE IN JOURNALISIT 
           Dorothy Dee Crook 
           Carl Waldemar MJaedj e 
           Helen Torilinson 
           B enj ami n Wi gd er 
     BACHELOR OF PHILOSOPHY ..NORIVMAL COURSE 
           Albert John Henkel 
           Peter Robert Jost 
           Otto Anton Reetz 
           Neil Hj almer Rudie 
           Carl Frederick Schaub 
           Henry Francis Sutton 
           Charles Ross White 
    BACHELOR OF PHILOSOPHY, GENERAL COURSE 
           Paul Adolph .Carlson 
           Leo Vincent Gannon 
           Otto Philip Lehner 
     BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, CHEMUSTRY COURSE 
           George Barber Lyons 
           George Louise Sehon (Miss) 
           George Walter Nash 
 BACHELOR OF SCIE9JCE,- PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSE 
          Bertha Irene Bradley 
          Leila D. Sinaiko 
          GRADUATE IN PHARMJACY 
          Harvey Jerome Burthe 
    BACHELOR OF SCI.ENCE, MEDICAL SCIENCE COURSE 
          M.ark John Bach 
          Elsa B erger 
Thomnas Kenneth B rwn 
Wakner Smith Bump 
       "-w-     I  (cont i nu ed) 


 
  BACHELOR OF SCTEPCE, MIET LCAL SCIEiCE COURSE, cont. 
          Earl Eugene Carpenter 
          Lillian Anna Dobry 
          Ric1a->dW Jacob Gordon 
          Earnie Ho-p'irns Hall 
          Fran2s Vicrmria Kupperman 
          Leo Wili.a Peterson 
    GRADUATES FR!OIv. CIERSEFORSUPERVISOROFMTJUSIC 
         Harriett Alma Dohr 
         M1ary Hoppman 
         Florence Lampert 
         Gladcys Gertrude ZimIerMan 
         COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 
BACHELOR OF SCI-ENCE, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COURSE 
         Lyman Everett Buckingham 
         Harold Lund Christensen 
         Jennings Bryan Hamblen 
         Paul I Koenecke 
         Benj amin Lawrie Miller 
         Anthony William Pesch 
         Frederick George Pope 
         COLLEGE OF AGRI CULTURE 
    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (AGRICULTURE) 
        Helmer John Hembre 
        Charles Alfred Horne 
        Dalven Julian 
        Urban Ulyssees Smith 
        Harold Alexp-nder Vanderhoof 
        Guy P. Willi ams 
        Ben F. Zaffke 
BACWEL~OR OF SCIENCE, HOME ECONOMICS COURSE 
        Do rothy Louis e Di etz 
        Nellie Forrest 
        Ali ce Haz el Mereness 
        V era Vivi an Tyler 
        GRADUAT E lI A GRI CULTURE 
        Fisk Weld Carlin 
Adopt ecU         -6.. 
Adopt ed, 


 
           2. That Bertha Hsamilicn be appointed to inspect and list the
      men's lodging '  houF, . . i uri  th, u~r of 1921, at a salary 
      of $120 a month.  ChargA           rIC >-ci. L'an of Men. 
              Adopt ed. 
                                    I. --,- ,- (_ -, 1. -I - w. -  c 
          I. That Martin Frisch-. .     .,  instructor in mechanics 
      for the year 1921-22, at a sa          5 '> $,500; charged to item
in 
 9 f  budget. 
             Adopted. 
                                 -E~x [ , Yms io n- 
          i. That Adoiphine B. Ernst, wiho is now employed in the German
      department of the Extension Division, for half-time at a salary 
j3    of $91.66 p-er month, be put on the full time basis temporarily or
      until the opening of the fall semester, at a salary of $183.33 
      per month for full time. 
             Adopted. 
          2. That the salary of Sarah IK. Lehman, instructor in English 
      in the Extension Divisitin;raukee, be increased from $1,800 to 
 V' $2,000 for the year 1921-22, on the ten month basis; increase to 
      be charged to additional instruction. 
            Adopt ed. 
      in  3. That Henry !V. Sw'eeney be appointed instructor in" accounting
      in the department of business administration in the extension di- 
      vision, at a salary of $2,500. a year on the twelve month basis; 
      service to begin September lst; in place of M'Ir. Marsh, resigned.
            Addp-ed. 
33       4. That the resignation of 1T. H. Severns, assistant professor 
    ý/of mechanical engineering in the extension division, be accepted
      to take effect September 1, 1921. 
            Adopt ed. 
          5. That J. E. McCrory be appointed temporary instructor in 
      education in the extension division, to carry the work of avsist- 
/3'>f ant professor Hoyt during her vacation period, August 10 to Sep-
      tember 10, at a salary of $100 for the period; charged to addi- 
      ti onal instruction. 
            Adopt ed. 
                                 -wedi ci ne- 
    1, That the services :gf Dr. Fred J. Hodges, as instructor in 
Thysi~l~gy, be continued from July 1, to September 1, at the rate 
X %l2 per mnth; t, be charged to Interdepartmeital Social Hy- 
                               "7--. 


 
       giene Fund for work d1 uir         V   cK o  of Dr. Loevenhart. 
               Adopted. 
            2. That the salar   I" ' ' :% todges as instructor in 
       physiology be increasevd L;P I 43oý    0 Vo $2,000 for the
academic 
       year 1921N22; increase t" -,  Lc1      against the balance in
163    the budget for instruct.- >1        Pp-riment of physiology. 
               Adopted, 
            3. That the following appo-it(me1ts in the Infirmary and Hos-
       pital be approved. 
              Ro-coe McIntosh    te     beginning July 1, twelize 
                               rYox'toh hazis; $300 per annum. 
              Thomas S. Reitz, intoern. beg", nning July 1, twelve 
                               rticnths . basi:0 - $300 per annum, 
              Ki ng Woodw ard, I nt. e--1, b egi 1ing July 1, appointed 
                               for   ,uin. months at $100 for the pReriod.
              i  Tiss.s s Theivliss   h L,%.,y    assistant, beginning 
                                          e.%e qwelve month basis; 
              Elizabeth Wiilson, half-time laboratj:ry assistant, begin-
                               ning July 1, on the twelve months' basis;
                               $600 per annu'.m. 
      charged to budget for infirmary and hosoitaal. Ij 
              Ethel Ronzone, laboratory assi'oant at Bradley M£emorial
      Hospital for the sumnmer; $200; charged to item for laboratory 
      assistants in the budget for inffrmary and hospital. 
              Adopted. 
           4. That Clifford S. L'Pona-d be appointed research  treYactbr
 0    in pharmacology for the year 1921-.22, at a salary of $27000; 
      charged to Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board Fund. 
              Adopted. 
                                ,A grI c-ult ur e- 
           I. That Otto Yahn be appointed intake man at the university 
   Screamery, beginning August 12, at a salary of $100 a month during 
      the illness of Mr. Guehring. 
              Edopt ed. 
           2. That . 5. Yoke. ssiata.. ....nt in genetics, be appointed to
      do research work from August i to September 15, 1921, at & salary
   &  of $0 a month; charged to balance in salary for summer service
      allotment for M£r. Lush~. 
Adopted.. 


 
          3. That Dorothy TB.<i     0    p-Fw- q half-time technibcal
     asSistant in horticu1il >-       C !m,.  i  wnch Station), at a sal-
     ary of $600 for the year 1921? %,   aw1ole in tenths; to be charged
Tf  to appropriatio'n for Door Comv't. J -'.,wiq h xpe~rment Station, 
             Adopt ed, 
          4. That L. P. Gabbard   C F1p1in)e ssstant in agricultural 
     economics for one and oneAhalL  aonLhs? beginning August 8, 1921, 
  Sat $100 a month; charged to the item of $600 for marketing investi- 
    gations carried on under AgricultU.ral Economics, Labor, page 85 
     of the budget. 
             Adopt ed. 
          5. That L. P. Gabbard be appointed part time assistant in 
     agricultural economics for the first semester of 1921-22; compen- 
 60 sation '250 for the semester; charged to item of ý1800 for as-
     sistants, page 60 of the budget. 
             Adopt ed. 
          6. That Walter E. Paulson be appointed part time assistant 
    in agricultural economics for the academic year 1921i22, at a sal- 
    ary of $450; charged to item of $1800 for assistants, page 60 of 
    the budget. 
            Adopted. 
         7. That W. A. Carver be appointed half-time assistant in 
 9. genetics, at a compensation of $600 for the year 1921-22; charged 
    to item of $600 for student assistants in genetics. 
            Adopted. 
         8. That Lois K. Stewart, half-time assistant in home econontoCs,
    be transferred to the position of half-time assistant in the de- 
    partment of home economi-cs, and the Wisdonsin-High S chool, receiv-
    ing $300 for the academic year from the college of agriculture and 
    $300 from the School of Education. 
            Adopted, 
         9. That Nelle Alexander bo..   i?-1<tp0 d be appointed Omicron
1Nu 
    scholar for the year 1921-22. i 
            (The Secretary reported that the fund of $200 had been 
                rec eiv ed from Miss Marlatt ). 
            Adopt ed. 
                RECONIENDATIONS OF THE BUSINESS MAANAGEh 
   V/  1. That authority be granted to have the Department of Build..   
   ings and Grounds install the temperature control apparatus in the 
   Agricultural greenhouse. Estimated cost ? AcOO    Arnemt+ ..   
for complete project $29,000.o (Preparation.' of plans and specifica, 


 
          3. That Dorothy TB.<i     0    p-Fw- q half-time technibcal
     asSistant in horticu1il >-       C !m,.  i  wnch Station), at a sal-
     ary of $600 for the year 1921? %,   aw1ole in tenths; to be charged
Tf  to appropriatio'n for Door Comv't. J -'.,wiq h xpe~rment Station, 
             Adopt ed, 
          4. That L. P. Gabbard   C F1p1in)e ssstant in agricultural 
     economics for one and oneAhalL  aonLhs? beginning August 8, 1921, 
  Sat $100 a month; charged to the item of $600 for marketing investi- 
    gations carried on under AgricultU.ral Economics, Labor, page 85 
     of the budget. 
             Adopt ed. 
          5. That L. P. Gabbard be appointed part time assistant in 
     agricultural economics for the first semester of 1921-22; compen- 
 60 sation '250 for the semester; charged to item of ý1800 for as-
     sistants, page 60 of the budget. 
             Adopt ed. 
          6. That Walter E. Paulson be appointed part time assistant 
    in agricultural economics for the academic year 1921i22, at a sal- 
    ary of $450; charged to item of $1800 for assistants, page 60 of 
    the budget. 
            Adopted. 
         7. That W. A. Carver be appointed half-time assistant in 
 9. genetics, at a compensation of $600 for the year 1921-22; charged 
    to item of $600 for student assistants in genetics. 
            Adopted. 
         8. That Lois K. Stewart, half-time assistant in home econontoCs,
    be transferred to the position of half-time assistant in the de- 
    partment of home economi-cs, and the Wisdonsin-High S chool, receiv-
    ing $300 for the academic year from the college of agriculture and 
    $300 from the School of Education. 
            Adopted, 
         9. That Nelle Alexander bo..   i?-1<tp0 d be appointed Omicron
1Nu 
    scholar for the year 1921-22. i 
            (The Secretary reported that the fund of $200 had been 
                rec eiv ed from Miss Marlatt ). 
            Adopt ed. 
                RECONIENDATIONS OF THE BUSINESS MAANAGEh 
   V/  1. That authority be granted to have the Department of Build..   
   ings and Grounds install the temperature control apparatus in the 
   Agricultural greenhouse. Estimated cost ? AcOO    Arnemt+ ..   
for complete project $29,000.o (Preparation.' of plans and specifica, 


 
  tions authoriz_4d July .j 2. ' ,  /    . 
        Adopted, 
      2. That authority -r,- ri: c .  -iIe for bids for the 
 boiler-nand equimet f   i r-  D i-ry Powe r 1ou. Estimated cost 
 15,000' (Preparatio&L of plans anc Spec.'Fications authorized 
 July 29, 1921.) 
         Adopt ed. 
      3. That authority-b truanted. to have the Department of Build- 
 ings and Grounds install --he water mains for which $12,000 has& been;
<-,ý. 
 appropriated. (Preparation of plahs and specifications authorized 
 July 29, 1921.) 
        Adopt ea,. 
      3. That authority be gi--anted to advertise for bids for the 4VW;H
 addition to and alteratin in the pathologium of thePlantPathol- 
 ad                        i n._th e a,_ýt . E sm. 0 at eda ntP$t,
 o0y Depa    t1  ES timat ed c st $3,000.  Amount available for com- 
 pletetprojectu$29,000, .2(P.1o.aepaxation of plano and specifications 
 authorized July 29., 1921L),- 
        Adopted. 
     5. That authority be granted -to advertise for bids for a te- 
 razM floor fW the m     . of the Biology Building. Estimated cost 
 $5s,0O.--udet items, Capital v3,700.Mai-ntenance, $1, 800.) 
        Ado pt edI6 
     6. That authority be granted to have plans and specifications 
prepa'red for the construction of a concrete road in fro it of 
Bascom Ha .  Estimated cost $4,5000. 
        Adopted. 
     7. That author!jty be granted to have the Department of Buildw- 
ings and Grounds install campus sprinklers. Estimated cost $ 1000. 
        Adopted. 
     8. That authority be granted to have the Department of Build-. 
ings and Grounds remodel the attic of the -orticultural Buildin. 
Estimat ed co st $1, 000.                 _____.       ....._____ 
        Adopt-ed. 
     9. That authority be granted to have the Department of Build-. 
ings and Grounids proceed with construction project which appear 
as-eapital items on pages 167 to 176 of the-1921-.22 bu&get, ex-. 
cet   he projects estimated at $1,000 or more,"- 
1 . 


 
      1 10. That the ¾cýse of -he      vera 
                                                            uildingat 
     .540-542 Jcsi    týe       va  e 
              Adopt ed.,- 
          /-/ That the 'r    ot" Contr   e gi . ;he use of the houses
     at 408 and 414 Charter:- ,tie,            of ý   crippled children
     receiving treatment at the inUi           Lz ar:cagrees to-re- 
     ceive the houses in their   e     coadia0l n and to equip, remodel 
     and operate them at no cost to the University. The Board will pay 
     for heat; light, and any other service furnished by the University.
              Adopt ed. 
          12, That the retquest of the Director of the Forest Products 
     Laboraorry for p    - 0rm .sc-r Lo use. for  'rtage  mposes 
     1Y4,000 6quare feet f' land in the rear c  and   esdjoiningathe pres-
     ent lab Oratd 6y -ite o: Univcrsity Avenue be approved, 
              Adp$ ed." 
          13. That the request from Major John S. Wood of the Military 
    Depaiftment that he be authorized to arrange for the daily use of 
    the target range known as Camp Badger, Dane County, at a rental of 
    $25 for the period; August II, 1921, to September 15, 1921 inclu".-
    sive, and for evry Saturday thereafter for a period of one year 
    from August 11, 1921, be approved. 
             Adapt ed. 
         14, The request of the pastor If the colored peoples, Metho 
    dist church for the use of gusirý Hall auditorium on the evening
 of September 1st, for the purpose of celebrating Emancipation Day, 
   was left to the Business Manager with power to act 
            Adopted46 
        15. That Mrs. J. H. S. Johnstone be permitted to Occupy the 
   houses at 428 and 426 Charter Street, without rent, during the 
   followi ng periods: 
               428 Charter Street, from August I to 15, inclusive 
               426           "         August 1 to 31, 
            Adopted.. 
        The Buisiness M[anager reported that BIDS were received for 
   repairs in the Mgining EngineeringLaboratory, as follow- 
               Geg Nelson. Madison,--------$1l,860 
               5. H. Findorff,        .....1,925 
       It was 
     VOTED, That the contract be awarded to Mv[r. Nelson; $1,000 to 
be charged to the item in the budget for this purpose, and the 
balance of $860 to be charged tn 20.41 (c) Maintenance, 
                              -Il- 


 
     The Business I/-anager report Qd upon his efforts to purchase 
lands adjoining the University campus, for which funds were ap- 
propriated by the last Legislature. 
     I t was 
     VOTED, That the Business M;lanager be authorized to proceed 
   - -condemn the Kempf Pope-y lying in front of Agricultural Hall, 
the Et_ýel Edmondson Pro-peitr -n Langdon Street, and the C. N.'--
Brown Property on University Avenue adjoining the Service Building. 


 
     The following bilis were presented, audited  approved-and 
ordered paid: 
Aug. 5,  771 
         772 
         773 
         774 
         77-5 
         776 
         777 
         778 
         779 
         780 
         781 
         782 
         783 
         784 
         785 
         786 
         787 
         788 
         789 
         790 
         791 
         792 
         793 
         794 
         795 
754  A. E. Jones 
755 Karl L. Helwig 
756  G. L. Gilbert, A cct. 
           of T.L.Jones 
757 U. L   Gilbert, Acct. of 
           Duncan H. Reid 
758 Mabel D. Vernon 
759  G.L.Gilbert, Acct'of 
           Mt,ildred Hagertyr. 
Ig C-") 
F>ilnm s 
Travel 
1,146.52 
   77.83 
it 
Pravel 
Research 
rr avel1 
      "v, Tel 
G.LGilbert, Acct of 
      Elizabeth Miller Travel 
762  G.LGilbert, Acct.of 
           R .E.Vaughan 
?I1~ A K1i 
Charles Nelson 
Earl J. Eenard 
G.L.Gilbert ,Acct. of 
      Johln Sw enehart 
 UI II f     !    UI 
768  G.L.GilbertAcct.of 
           A.C .Fiedler 
769  G.L.GilbertAcct, of 
           S.PTDoolittle 
770  G.L.Gi!bert..A cct.of 
           HI .,rqWl- .alker 
  'I 
Rent 
Travel 
Travel 
Travel 
'I 
T1- 
AmBrn.Phamr .-Ass oc.  BReprints 
A utomrotive Elec.Serv.Co.Screw & Lever 
Berais ErosoBag Co.    Sacks 
Samuel Bingham's Son MIfg.Co. Multicolor 
                              rollers 
Blumenfeld, Locher Co. 
F.S.Burch & Co. 
James B. Clow & Sons 
Conklin Bros ,Co. 
Crandall Packing Co. 
Crane Coo. 
Daily Cerdiral 
DeLonge Studio Co. 
The ,English ' curnal 
Faul & T istx:s 
 Firef om Tnhur oC o 
Carl Fivch_ 
Fitch , Strcus 
Yr iend. ,.fg.> 
Dry Goods 
Tags 
Pipe 
Ice 
Packing 
Heating plant supp. 
Subs cr ipt ion 
Phot c graphs 
Advsrt isem-ent 
Gaskets 
Firo Exting, filler 
I~uFs ic          " 
Bu:l.etin composition 
Gun tips 
Fuller & joi:scn Mfg.Co.>Maciine parts 
Gould, ,ei      B L Belackburn Co'SSalt 
W.D H1. 0d LCP Sons Co. Advertisement 
Jenk,.s Bros.           Vai\Tes 
W.C.joanes              A xle 
Jos .K.Kovar            Machinery 
50.47 
45.71 
80.50 
30.56 
83.42 
32.50 
  42.04 
-22,79 
600.00 
   2.00 
   55.16 
 144-.93 
55.00 
30.56 
11.57 
  2.34 
  2.03 
  8.93 
  4.72 
  8.77 
  5.72 
  66.04 
  14 80 
  38 28 
172.73 
42.00 
13.05 
25.00 
  6.00 
  5.87 
  9&35 
  1.07 
  2*48 
  2t20 
  40.80 
  6.25 
  5.14 
  34.65 
  3.00 
Aug. 2, 
"1.  3 
761 
too 
764 
765 
766 
767 


 
796 
797 
798 
799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
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809 
810 
811 
812 
813 
814 
815 
816 
817 
818 
819 
820 
821 
822 
823 
824 
8 2-5 
826 
827 
828 
829 
  830 
  832 
  833 
  834 
  83'1 
  83E 
  83 
  83' 
  83' 
  83C 
  84( 
  84: 
  84: 
  84; 
  84, 
  84; 
  844 
Enterprise Optical Nfgco.Motor 
E. P. FaTt                Reports 
Geo,..Jone s              Books 
Lawyers Coc operatigee Yub ° Co,.Books 
0)f ord U:"-.;s t Press  Book 
The Pilgrim Press         Books 
Popular Scierce .Ionlthly Books 
Psychologicl.1 Review Co. Book 
Merchants & Savrngs 
     BankAfcc t, f The o.O.Weigel Apparatus 
 Julius Andc)e & Sons Co. Electrical supplies 
 Badger .elu e RuYbber Co. Belts 
 Chas.C E; q rY & CO.     Wrenches & drills 
 G.C-Be3-hef              S~pecimens for Lab. 
 R -a E *131x5er          Groceries 
 The Carborundum Co.      Clay 
 Geo.B.Carp'enter & Co.   Rope 
 C.ALeadiban & Co.        Laboratory Material 
 Willia .i Endres          Chickens 
 Foote   iera  Co. sMetal 
 Merchants Savings Bank, 
     Acctof J.J.Griffin    A pparatus 
  Gr'imm Bosok Bindery     Notebooks 
  M.F. Guyer               Lab. supp. 
  Kennedy Dairy Co.        M'i Ak 
  Geo.oKraft               Rental of cylinders 
  The 'MIcGowan Co.        Auto repairis 
  McGraw-Hill Book Co.     Books 
  The Peck Spring Co.      Springs 
  Pyrolectric instrument Co.Electrometer 
  Clyde B. Tyrrell         Necturus & eels 
  The Badger Pharmacy      Ice cream. 
  J4T .Baker CemCo.        Chemicals 
A F.A.Davis                Sponge holder 
Y G .IvT . F i s           Fi 'J 3as 
  Haswel- wFurniture  .     Table 
5 Butterworth-Judson Corp. Chemicals 
  The Globe Soap Co.        Chemicals 
                       am2-* 
L ibrary Bureau          Folders 
T.G.MiIler's Sons Paper Co.Bags 
Oliver Chilled Plow Works Plow iRepairs' 
pub-lic School Publishing Co.Adv-ertisement' 
Rabd, Co0                 Guides & folders 
Remington Typewriter Co. Repairing typewriter 
Rogers Grain Prod.Coo     Feed 
Russell S Railway&Guide Co.Subscription 
Harloff-Loprich Elec.Co0 £ Iect.Supp. 
John F. Pieh              Gravel 
Allyn & Bacon             Book 
Amer.Bar Assoc.           Subscription 
D. Appleton & Co.         Book 
Callaghan & Co.           Books 
The Charity Organization 
       Soc.               Books 
18.75 
  2.38 
  .71 
  70.88 
  18.38 
  15.00 
144.00 
  3.000 
  6.03 
  9.00 
  .65 
  3.00 
  2.02 
  8.50 
  3.10 
112.20 
  1v50 
  7.50 
  6.00 
  2,667 
  1.46 
  .65 
    .80 
    5.50 
    4.22 
    8.40 
  17.45 
  90.00 
  4.81 
  21*80 
  15.75 
  22.50 
  4.82 
  12.00 
  7.90 
  50.70 
  28.90 
  '1.76 
  1.50 
    1.92 
    3*25 
    1n00 
  115.00 
  29.25 
    3.90 
    17.05 
    11I.36 
    87.66 
    12.00 
    8.00 
    20.50 
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848 
849 
850 
851 
852 
8'55 
854 
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856 
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861 
862 
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864 
865 
866 
867 
8-68 
869 
870 
871 
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873 
874 
875 
876 
877 
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879 
880 
881 
882 
885 
884 
885 
886 
8 87 
888 
88a 
890 
891 
892 
893 
894 
895 
896 
897 
898 
899 
900 
ti 
ft 
GouldpVei!2 .s & Llackburn 
  iti f             it 
it 
tI  It 
it 
Kennedy Dairy Co. 
Klueter & LCo 
Mansf ield-Caughe y Co. 
L .J*.P ickar ts 
Reid, Murdoch & Co. 
Simon Ir os. C o. 
E.H.Stoeber 
Teckemeyer Candy Co. 
Jake Temkin 
Kennedy Dairy CCo. 
Simon Bros.Co. 
Tekecmeyer Candy Co. 
A ngell Gs nes Co. 
The Palmolive Co. 
Badger Pharm±'Tacy 
Bornstein Bros. 
Eder Mfg.C 0, 
A .D.& j.V.? rec.srickson 
Mieda!llic Art (0 
The An 3. e, ,o. 
Democrat .....ting Coo. 
Harley jacr~. in 
Oscar : Iaye r & Co. 
Mionsant o &ica a1   s. 
New York Beliting Co. 
Standard raper Co. 
Michael Wald 
Wisconsin Office Supply 
Burdick & Murray Co. 
The Ell'iott Co. 
The Paper Mlills Co. 
Hincher Mlifg.Cco. 
A ur'ora Serum Co. 
A. *L.Anders on 
Booth'-Ca,2pbel! Petail Lb 
Pairba'nksMorse & Co. 
Felker Bros.i.fgCo. 
Grabandt L Paulson 
Philip Gross Hdwe.Co. 
S. & LE.. Gurley 
Individua! Drinking Cup 
Amer . Lundry Mach.Co. 
The Bour 'Co 
L. G.Ca7pbe]le £villing Co. 
H.C.Christia-s Co. 
if       It 
Valves 
Welding Pipe 
Dry Goods 
Truck 
Rods 
Canvas 
C of f ee 
iour 
Eggs 
  It 
  6.09 
  3.50 
  .70 
  "22.95 
  -30.00 
  66.00 
  7,75 
  28.00 
  54.60 
  17.40 
  16.50 
  -18.00 
  67.50 
  63.36 
250.42 
399.05 
38,90 
73.08 
264.06 
130.80 
11.04 
  6.50 
  44.09 
  14.15 
  9475 
  9.30 
  10.80 
  12.00 
330.70 
1.46.05 
28.80 
1350 
33.75 
12.50 
23.65 
17.20 
-32.00 
261.00 
  5.15 
  12.50 
  1.74 
    Vt 
Cc .0 of f-ee 
  Groceries 
      VI 
  Ice Creamn 
  Groceries 
     Vt 
  Butter 
     "I & Alco 
  Berries   -" 
  Raspberries 
  Cheese 
  Groceries 
  . Apples 
  Candy 
    Vt 
  AMeions 
  Grocer ies 
  Candy 
  Biff game 
  S oap 
  Balls 
  Srio e R e p. 
  Blankets 
  Janvel ins 
  Pobs 
  Rats 
  Cards 
  Seeds 
  Mleat                   1 .13 
  Chem icals              2.16 
  Hose & pipe           155.00 
  Paper                .1514.05 
  Light -22.39 
Co.Dictaphone cylinders 50.00 
  Dry Goods              14.54 
  AddrLessing machine   400.70 
  Envelo'oes             87.89 
  Chairs               -30.00 
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J"me S -lfg.Co. 
Trucks   scra-ier 
M orr is                  -    - 
Spencer Lens Co.         Polarizer 
Standard' Oil Co.        Cii 
H.A      Y               Cn-"ab b 3 Cege 
       7a1. iJi1oughby 
E.E.*'rownel.            Lci'virLg report 
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.3lcss 
Parke Davis & Co.        Ch, icals 
Doyan & Rayne Lbr.Co.    Shingles 
Centre.;. Sientific CO.  Lab Furniture 
Dcmo'r-,t Yr      ODing OD. Pa.~r 
Henry Lon, at.ell        Hardware 
Dopp   Watson 
Eau Caire Book& Stat.Co. ookos 
Farmers .ooq1rative P-Irod Cc Pled 
Louis A   'LKfert        fi1ra ess repairs 
Gcnra-1-1 ,le.Co         Eec-.Supplies 
Gcreral Falr & Supply Co02aper 
Hofflr'an Feed. Co.      Feed 
!nterr+attot  Harvester Cor . iabhine repairs 
Remingt-n n yae) rit er Co. Machin & repairs 
Bank of V!J j nnsin- n     ote & interest 
Ben G. ERliJ.ott         Travel 
W.H.H.Lie;sch             .   & Light 
.J.W.*Pcw el I           Travel I 
Frances F. Bacon 
R .M .Blackr-.m            " 
R,*.C, Bl ank inship 
W .H.Dr id gnan          Travel1 
J.C.ELao,.r.             Trbvel- lecture2 
L.J.BroIy                Correc6ing assign. 
Fraternal Res.Assn.      Rent 
Harry G1icksman          Travel 
   II      It               It 
Edgar B. Gordon 
L DD .Ha"rr old 
J W .Jack2;1 
La Crosse . eatres Co. 
Irene lmong, vill 
Milw.Eler- Ry.& Lt.Co. 
Ar thur YF Pat e 
   5  _. .ow " Il 
   othac -'%r  Fi .h  C ow 
A lmer? L,.-Scott 
A , Swansc-e 
W.is.cosi Telephone Co. 
H.P.GreeJ e 
D.C.Heath & Co. 
H. P. Woo4d 
Arnold B 'aDI 
Am ericaw- 1- uCo 
           .. ., ..,C 
 Arter'i,,-T- . <rders Co. 
D. App1eton Co-. 
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Travel 
Light and p ower 
Tra-vel 
Travel 
F ±T S 
Tr.-av el & Rent 
Telepahone Service 
Travel & Lecture 
Bbmk 
Travel 
Travel & lecture 
B ,:, ok 3 
WII; r-Spools 
Books 
I & V-P 
   51.68 
   18.30 
   8,0 1 
   5 50 
   6.67 
   68J3-0 
   4,.1-5 
   76.48 
   774.00 
   820 01 
   2500 
   15.1"5 
   8 81 
   71.57 
   266.50 
   48.50 
   356.46 
   85.75 
   92537 
   11.91 
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    7.70 
    8.10 
    9.70 
    3.98 
    24.10 
    42 07 
    24.25 
    67. * 2 
    66.50 
    60.00 
    61%36 
    604i 
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    i-IL.62 
    14,97 
    1143 
    40,47 
    64,47 
  884,12 
  24,09 
    9.95 
    54..97 
    45.4-8 
    36.2:7 
    25.29 
    85.23 
    4.59 
    8.10 
    22.50 
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Minds, Hayd~en LcEldree 
Henry Molt & Go,* 
Viola Hopkins 
Houghtt TvMifflin Co. 
        1111I   0 
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Marquette' University 
A.C.McClurg &Co.,* 
-Glad'ys IA.- Mc.'arland 
McGraw Hill Book Co.v 
ma c~illan Co,, 
Al ice H' hMe re n ess0 
-MidwVwest Distributing 
Mi~l.wWes t D-istributing 
Milwaukee Envelope Coo 
The (G.F*.Pease CoA 
Photostat corporation 
Prentice-..C 
Ben.H.Saifcorn &Co. 
  ,e Bo oks' 
    Refund 
    Books 
    Jar' 
    Rent of Surveying 
       ins truments 
    Shears 
    Refu~nd 
    Books 
    Refund. 
Cow Films 
Co. Filmns 
    ýErvelooes 
    Drawing outfits, 
    El1e ct . s'upp.1lies 
    Developer 
    Books 
      11 
  AtI±rnon, vlent-ezer & CO. Books 
  Bausch & Lo-mb Optical Co. Laap, 
  Bos'ton Mu~s'ic C~o.      Mus i C 
  .Erin' Bru'ckschen *Refund' 
  Bur 'eau'- of- Bus in-e.ss Research Bulletins 
  The Cent~tLrY; co.        Bo~oks 
  Lyman Conger'             Refund 
  Dearsley Btos-,           Plumbing 
  Demo'crat Printing 'Co.ý  Pa~per 
  A.*B.Dick L& co, ~ryBailis 
  J~E, 9E ieme r            F ilns 
       Eau  lair  Boo  &  tatC'-Fasteners &cards 
 Alf C.Elm                  Refund 
 Gus Flyer~s 
 Eugene D'ietz-gen Co.      Tra~cing 1lo t h 
 Famous *-Players" La'sky Corp.Fil-rn 
Katharin'e G. Forward       Refund 
R.R.Gehrand 
General Paper & SU~pply Co. Board 
Ginn &CO.                   Bo'oks 
Goldwyn' Distr~ibuting Corp.Filhs. 
AA lfr-ed Hal~l             R e-f~un d 
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Superior Process Co.      Multigraph ribbon 
Tablet & Ticket CO.        Symbols 
Technical Book t,. 
United Typothetae Of Amer.  
University Coop Co.        Paper 
                          "B6o6kks 
Van Cleaf Bros.            Cenent 
Wallburrn, Kling & Coo     Pens & cartons 
     S" "show card outfits 
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Books 
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H.W.Wilson Col             Boo.,s 
F* Wintgen                 Refund 
Vwfttght Director Co.      Directory 
Verona Creamery Roll 
tottage Grove Creamery  oil 
tjriverbity breamery Ro01 
Verona Creamery Roll 
Cottage Grove Creamery Roll 
VeIqna Creamery Roll 
             reamery  Roli 
 Oiiversitý' C:ýeamdr'y. 0i 
 L ture Bur'bu Weekl-r holl 
 Butter & Cheese Scoring Roll 
 Old Ben Coal Corp*        Coal 
 Chief of Finance          Clothing 
 T heo. Herfurth & Son     Insurancec 
 Madison Pssoc. of Commerce Books 
 Franke-LaBudde Grain Co* Bran 
 Paper Mills Co.           Paper 
 Carl Noe, City Treas.     Water Rent 
 Thew Shovel Co.           Pinion 
 M ..Sprague              Board. 
 H .J.Thorkels on          Travel 
 Mabel D.Vernon            Research 
 R.Vincent,Jr. & Sons Co.  Seeds 
 Washburn Crosby Co.       Feed 
 Madison Tent-& Awning Co. Awnings 
 City of Madison, Water Dept.Water connection 
 Thomas Phelan             Drawing instruments 
 M.E.Diemer                Photo supples 
 Aluminum Cooking Utens,'ils Co.Steatier 
 .C.S,.Chandler            Rabbi ts 
 Ed. Damuth, 
 Evinrude Motor   .        Repairing motor 
 Chief of Firnnce(         reports of survey 
 Otto Muetz                Rabbits 
 Ernest J. Stoeber         Milk 
 Rodney W. Babcock         Correcting assign. 
 Harry Glicksman           Travel & classes 
 La Crosse To'e-ehone Co.  Telephone service 
 L1a Criosse Treatres Co.  Rent 
Milwaukee Academy          Rent 
John Wiley   S Sons 
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  100.65 
  21.74 
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    7.00 
1,139.84 
  434.09 
11608.65 
i, 083.10 
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1,176.40 
1, 038456 
1, 96795 
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   100,00 
   235.54 
   12.90 
   9.197 
   19.13 
   212*13 
   53.16 
   :40.00 
   10.18 
   7025 
   24.50 
   87,72 
   10.00 
   15.65 
   3.22 
   14.40 
   9.00 
   19.30 
   391.4.0 
   8.10 
   60.22 
   45.20 
   123.06 
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Harry I. 1Miller 
Rothacker Film ! ifg. Co. 
Sunderland Evans & Agen 
*Hoawrd R. Zoerb 
Monte A12Len  . 
H.W.Rieder 
C.F.Schroeder & Sons 
Albert M ontgmc~ry 
W. T. S c hr enk 
F.A .Kameger 
Chas .Nichols 
Converse Rubber Shoe Co. 
BI.E.Diem er 
Madison Tent & Awning Co. 
Madison Motor Car Co. 
P.?R .Sansuzn 
M.¼EDiemer 
State Dept.of Tngineering 
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Madison Tent & Awning Co. 
Amer.Ry.Express Co. 
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Pr int s. 
Rent 
Marking assign. 
Hay 
Pigs 
Heifer 
Til ing 
M o is tur e 
Rent 
C orn 
Shoes 
Developang films 
Photos 
   If 
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 Motor suppli0s 
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   75.00 
   24.30 
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    32.90 
    40.24 
    56.50 
    35.99 
    24.75 
    267.27 
    52-5.45 
    196.25 
    493150 
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    1.51 
      .58 
      .58 
      .84 
   274.86 
   258.34 
     4.81 
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  65.89 
     3.36 
     4.33 
   12.79 
   46.21 
   3.51 
5,307.70 
1,045.09 
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783H DOrms & Commons Pay Roll July 16-Aug. 6 
1288A ShOts Pay dR11 Aug* '-1.15.. 
1288) Sep.- onthly Pay Roll, Aug. L-l3 
1288C Special Pay-Roll-Aug.l-.15i 
1288D Monthly Pay Roll, Aug.1-31 
1288E {0onthly-Pay Roll Aug.l.3l(Section 2) 
1288F Sh1ops Pay Roll Aug. 16.-31 
1288G Pay Roll Aug. 16...31 
The meeting A D J 0 U R N E D 
    4-194.03 
    9,034.93 
    11,200.38 
      203.30 
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$169,042, 96 
Yo. E. McCaffrey, Secretary 


 
          REGULAR E1TEING OF THE EXCUTIVE CO0,211 TTTEE 
                       Madison, on isconsi n 
               September 30, 1921, 2:00 p. r. 
SPRESENT: Regents Hammond andJButler, President Birge, Acting 
          Busi ness Manager Phillips, Secretary McCaffrey. 
                RECOTMITDL'ATIONS OF THE PRESIDENIT 
                          - General- 
     1. That the following Legislative Scholarships be granted 
for the year 1921-22: 
     Undergraduat e Students 
          Edwin A A Reeve, Ve7tern Springs, Illinois 
          Elizabeth Thmriing, 1835' Collingwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio 
          Thomas L. Dartnell, East Orange, N. 5. 
          Elsie L. JoliBfe, Dozeman, M.ontana 
          Frankc B. Leitz, Grand Rapids, M,1 chigan 
          Robert H. Sykes 
          Oliver J. Bandelman, 
                     T -)trltic ±eScehllarshs                    
          Erma V. Comstock 
     Graduat e Students 
          Irma Sophie dep Jans 
          Olga Sherman Halsey 
          H. 2. Rosenberger 
          Ch en-Ku eh Tas ao 
          Cheng-Chi n Hsiung 
          George Fiske Johnson 
          J. M'cDonald Thomns on 
          Harold Speer I rwin 
          Lois Feree MJcCorabs 
          Milton H. Knudsen 
          Howa r d T. J ames 
          Est ell e Frankffurt er 
          Guy A. Petersen 
          Odessa P. Dow 
          Benjamin . Smit 
          C. E. Lauterba~ch 
          Harry F. 1e'b er 
          -. H. Godfrey 
K         William J. Kurtz 
      Adopted. 


 
          REGULAR E1TEING OF THE EXCUTIVE CO0,211 TTTEE 
                       Madison, on isconsi n 
               September 30, 1921, 2:00 p. r. 
SPRESENT: Regents Hammond andJButler, President Birge, Acting 
          Busi ness Manager Phillips, Secretary McCaffrey. 
                RECOTMITDL'ATIONS OF THE PRESIDENIT 
                          - General- 
     1. That the following Legislative Scholarships be granted 
for the year 1921-22: 
     Undergraduat e Students 
          Edwin A A Reeve, Ve7tern Springs, Illinois 
          Elizabeth Thmriing, 1835' Collingwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio 
          Thomas L. Dartnell, East Orange, N. 5. 
          Elsie L. JoliBfe, Dozeman, M.ontana 
          Frankc B. Leitz, Grand Rapids, M,1 chigan 
          Robert H. Sykes 
          Oliver J. Bandelman, 
                     T -)trltic ±eScehllarshs                    
          Erma V. Comstock 
     Graduat e Students 
          Irma Sophie dep Jans 
          Olga Sherman Halsey 
          H. 2. Rosenberger 
          Ch en-Ku eh Tas ao 
          Cheng-Chi n Hsiung 
          George Fiske Johnson 
          J. M'cDonald Thomns on 
          Harold Speer I rwin 
          Lois Feree MJcCorabs 
          Milton H. Knudsen 
          Howa r d T. J ames 
          Est ell e Frankffurt er 
          Guy A. Petersen 
          Odessa P. Dow 
          Benjamin . Smit 
          C. E. Lauterba~ch 
          Harry F. 1e'b er 
          -. H. Godfrey 
K         William J. Kurtz 
      Adopted. 


 
        2. That I nez Wii_ ± s be granted the Gamma Phi Beta sorox>
   ity scholarship-or the year 1921*-22; in place of Helen Parker, 
   resi gned, 
           Adopt ed,. 
        3. That Lilian Davis, 213 Park Street, be appointed Carroll 
   College scholar for the year 1921-22. 
           Adopted. 
                         -Dean of Women- 
        1. That Mrs. M,,11aude Hamilton M-enderi~all be appointed assist-
   ant to the Dean of Women for a period not to exceed one month, 
   beginning September 12, 1921, to be paid at the rate of $2400 
   per annum(10-months' basis); charge to balance on salary of 
lMiss Douthart, resigned. 
           Adopted. 
        2, That the resignation of Lela F., Douthart, assistant to 
   the Dean, be accepted to take effect August 15, 1921. 
           Adopted, 
        3. That Bessie VWilliamson be appointed assistant to the 
   Dean of Women for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $2000; in 
   place of Miss Douthart, resigned. 
           Adopted. 
        4. That Lydia Lawrence Brown be appointed assistant to the 
   Dean of Woien for the year 1921-22, three, fourths time, at a 
   "salary of $1500; provided in the budget of the dean of woien. 
           Adopted. 
                          -Dean of Men- 
        l. That S. H. Goodnight, Dean of Men, be placed on half time 
   basis for the year 1921'22; salary $1875; and that he be permit- 
   ted to devote half of his time to the campaign for the Memorial 
   Unian Buildinrg. 
           Adopted. 
        2. That R. S. Owen serve as Assistant Dean of Men for the 
   year 1921-22, at a salary of $1700; charge to balance on salary 
   of Dean Goodnight.   (Professor Owe also in engineering half 
   time, 1625; total salary $3.325).  , 
           Adopted. 
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            3-.ThatIdrs. L. L glebe appointed-i xLspector of men's 
       lodging houseS., hlf time, ..for the yeaer ar1921-22, at a salary
       of $500; chr.ged to $960 for assistants, 
               Adopted.. 
            4. That Clifford V, Hunt be appointed student assistant 
       in theof      fhe Dean of'Men for theIyear1921.-22, s lary 
       b~t the rate of $25. a month; charge to $96-0 for assistants. 
               Adopted. 
            . That Lester Griem be appointed student financial adviser 
       in the office of the Dean of Men forthe year 1921-22, at a sal- 
       ary rate of $25'-a month; charge to $960 for assistants. 
               Adopted. 
                              -Library- 
            1. That Ann Jamba, assistant in the library,, be changed 
       from full- time .to half time, beginning October 1, 1921, vwith 
       a proportionate reduction of salary to $675 per annum. 
              Adopted.: 
            2. That Lillian Blake be appointed half time library as- 
       sistant beginning October 1, 1921, salary at the rate of $.675 
       per annum; charge to balance on salary of M1iss Jamba. 
              Adopted. 
            3. That the following be appointed student assistants in 
       the library, each to be paid. ;t the rate per hour placed oppo- 
       site the name; all provided. in the budget: 
                      Catherine Barry         35 cents 
                      H. C. Bebb          --35';" 
                      Win. A. Cornell   -  .... 35  " 
  'I1'                R.RJ. Crowley    -40 
                      L. Giese               .35" 
                      O. J. Johnsson-4               " 
                      #. A. Koletzein--    --40 
                      A. S. 1Nerad------------40     " 
                      WT. H.. Patterson--------40    " 
              Adopted.         *.. 
                         -Letters and. Science- 
  q~i     I. That the resignation of A. B. Her tznan, assistant in 
chemistry, be accepted. to take effect-September 17, 1921. 
              Adopted.. 


 
               2. That:the resignation of' John E. ,,assistant in chem- 
f      istry, be acCepted to take effect September 17, 1921. 
           ,3     AAdopt ed. 
               3. ThA John R* Koch be appointedresearch assistant ini chem-
   SQ.7f[- istry for the year 1921-22, salary $600; charge to allotment made
          from the University Research Fund to Prof essor Kahlenberg. 
                  Adopt ed. 
              4. That P. . Stambaugh be appointed student assistant in 
          chemistry for the year 1921-22, salary $500; charge to budget of
          chemistry. 
                 Adapted. 
              5. That the following persons be appointed assistants in chem-
          istry for the year 1921-22, each at the salary named opposite his
          name; all provided for in the budget: 
                             John Ray Fanselow ... 800 
                             H. K. Pestalozzi-600 
                             Donald P. Smith---    -6oo 
                             John Verhulst ......... 600 
                 Adopt ed. 
               i 6.,That Margur et; B. A. Texas, 1916, be appointed fell
          In sociol0gy1 for the year 1921*-22. 
                  Adopted. 
               7. That the resignation of P. 5. Jeff'e, instructor in English,
       1be accepted, to take effect September 17, 1921. 
                 Adopted. 
              8. That Mabel L. Schwab be appointed instructor in English
         for the year 1921-22, salary $1500; in place of VP..Jaffe, resigned.
                 Adopted. 
              9. That the resignation of F. I. ._Xyers. instructor in English
         be accepted, to take effect September 17, 1921. 
                 Adopted. 
           S IQ. That H. G. Brown be appointed instructor in English for
the 
         year 1921-22, salary $1800; in place of F.I.Myers, resigned. 
                 Adopted. 
".4-0 


 
             II. That Ethel M. Thornbury, assistant in English, be 
        granted an increase in salary of $500 for the year, making to- 
        tal salary for 1921P-22 $1000; increase to be charged to as- 
        sistants in English. 
                 Adopted. 
             12. That the resignation of H. S. avi     assistantin 
        English, be accepted to take effect September 17,'1921. 
                 Adopted. 
             13. That Edith Wray be appointed assistant in English 
        for the year 1921-22, salary $1000; in place of 7. S. -Davis, 
        resigned. 
                 Adopted. 
             14- That the resignation Pf R. W. Blai, assistant in 
        English, be accepted, to take effect September 17, 1921. 
                 Adopted* 
              15. That Eleanor B. Scott be appointed assistant in Eng- 
         lish for Athe year 1921-22, salary $1000; charge, to budget of 
         department. 
                  Adopted, 
              16. That Hugh Wing, assistant in English, be granted an 
         increase in salary of $250 for the first semester of 1921-22, 
         making total salary for semester $500; additional amount to be 
         charged to budget of English department. 
                  Adopted. 
              17. That Ralph H. Brown be appointed assistant in geology 
         for the year 1921-22, salary $600; charge to budget of depart- 
         ment. 
                  Adopted. 
              10, That C. S. Corbett be appointed instructor in geology 
         for the year 1921-22, salary $1500; charge to budget of depart-
                 ,Pent.t                                             g 
         mentheAdoptred. 
              19. That R. C. Emmons be appointed assistant in geology 
         for the year 1921-22, salary $500; charge to budget of depart- 
1'       merit. 
                  Adopt ed. 
am~ 


 
              20, That Robert E. tettget be appointed assistant in geo>-
         ogy for the year 1921-.22, salary $500; charge to budget of de-
o        p~arfifent. 
                  Adopted. 
              21. That the.following persons be appointed assistants in 
         economics for the year 1921-22, at the salary given in -each case;
         charged to budget of department: 
                          H. T. B7eav er-        $750 
                          H. YAT. B ohlman--, w   -*w  00 
      SC                  . D i ttmar " aa aIf o -wa m4 6 i6 
                          E. E. Hale ------   --- 1250 
                          Theodore MannyoaM- -0oe-n500 
                  Adopted. 
              22. That the following persons be appointed student assist-
         ants in economics for the year 1921-22, at the salary given in 
         each case; charge to budget of department. 
                         Mg. H., Albertz         $ 
                         Oscar Christi anson------ 250 
                  Adopted. 
              23. That W Y. Armentrout be appointed assistant in mathe- 
         matics for the year 1921*-22, salary $1000; charged to budget of
         department. 
                  Adopted.. 
              24. That the resignation of Mary E.  outray, instructor in
      /D   nmusic, be accepted, to take effect September 1, 1921. 
                  Adopted. 
               25. That Mrs. Glenore D. Caton be appointed instructor in
  =' music, for the year 1921-22, salary $1700; in place of M1iss 
         Mout ray. 
                  Adopted. 
               26. That Ethel M. Lemmer be appointed assistant in public
   //,,   school music for the year 1921-22, salary $250; charge to bud-
          get of department. 
                   Adopted.. 
               27. That Marthe K. Chand~ler be appointed assistant in music
          for the year 1921-22, salary $250; charge to bud~get of d epartmen~o
Adopted. 
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              -28. ThatN. G. E. Sharp be appointed stUdent research as. 
         6-0  s istant in phyrsics f pr the year 1921.22, salary $415; charge
tQ 
5allotment made to Professor Ingersoll from the University Re- 
         search Fund. 
                  Adopted. 
                                        n"AA 
              29. That the resignation of Leslie Ross. instructor in 
      ýýýRomance Languages, be accepted to take eff
ect September 17,1921. 
                  Adopted, 
              30. That Elise Dexter be appointed instructor in Romance 
         Languages for the year 1921-22, salary $1750; in place of Leslie
         Ross, resigned. 
                  Adopted. 
              31. That Chloe E. Tilden be appointed instructor in Romance
         Languages for the year 1921-22, salary $1600; charge to budget 
         of department. 
                  Adopted. 
              32. That Ada Crandall be appointed assistant in Romance 
         Languages for the year 1921-22, salary $800; charge to budget 
         of department. 
                  Adopted. 
              33. That Mrs. E. B. o1cG-ilvary be appointed assistant in 
         French for the first semester of 1921-o22, salary $400; charge to
         budget of department. 
                  Adopted. 
              34. That Adolphine Ernst, assistant professor of German, 
         extension division, be employed to teach German in Letters and 
         Science for the first semester of 1921-w22, part time, salary 
         $550 for the semester; charge to budget of department. (Miss 
         Ernst also in extension at same salary). 
                  Adopted. 
     S~35. That the follow~ing persons be appointed assistants in 
   S Speech for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $400 each; charge 
        to budget of department" 
                            Pay B, McCoink ey 
                            Sara Stinchfi eld. 
                 Adopted. 


 
             36. That Bertha Et Rose be appointed student assistant :x 
        zoology for the year 1921-22, stlary $250,; charge to budget Of 
        department.. 
                Addpt ed. 
             37, That John C. Stucki be appointed, student -ssi;tant in 
        zoology for the year 1921v-22, salary $2,50;charge to budget of 
        department. 
                Adopted. 
             38. That Arthur H, Moeck be appointed student assistant in 
        Zoology for the year 1921-o22, salary $2,0; charge to budget of 
        department. 
                Adopted. 
             39. That Gladys E. Thompson be appointed student assistant 
        in zoology for the year 1921"22, salary $250; charge to budget
        of department. 
                Adopt ed. 
             40. That Frances Landon be appointed assistant in music in 
j)J     the WVisconsin High School for the year 1921-22, salary $100; 
        charge to appropriation for Hanson or successor. 
                Adopted. 
             41. That Wilfred G. Payne be appointed assistant in English
        in the Wisconsin High School for the year 1921-22, at a salary 
        of $300; charge to unassigned instruction, Wisconsin High SchoOl.
                 Adopted. 
             42. That Alina M. Lindegren be appointed assistant in his- 
        tory in the Wisconsin High School for the year 192l.22, salary 
        $350; charge to unassigned instruction, Wisconsin High School. 
                 Adopted. 
             43. That Lois K,, Stewart be appointed assistant in home 
        economics in the Wisconsin High School for the year 1921-22; 
        salary $300; charge to budget 9f the school. (Miss StAvart also 
        receives $300 from the college of agriculture.)     , 
                 Adopt ed. 
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      44. That  ho. 0 sehol   bijn the Wisconsin High School 
 be awarded to the following pupils: 
             Roger flyk ema    Morri s Hult enl 
             Edgar Gordon      LTccile 3orgord 
             Ruth Hov ey       R01and Wi nterbotham; 
 to fill vacancies caused by the witihdrawal of the following stu&- 
 ents vwho were granted scholarshipsbyhly                   ,1921 
             Kenneth Barnes    Eugene Hierrling/ 
             Peter Dunn        LeRoy K eerbe.. 
             Dee Forbes        Eujgenia S t ebbi ns 
          Adopted. 
      45'. That 0. . Beath be appointed Fritzsche Brothers Fellow 
 in pharmacy for t e year 1921-22. $co     .. 
          Adopted.s                                                &
      46. That Julia Whelan be appointed assistant in pharmacy 
 for the year 1921-22, salary $425; charge to budget of department. 
          Adopted,* 
      47. That the folloving persons be appointed student assistante 
 in pharmacy for the year 1921-22, at the salary named in each case; 
 charge to budget of department' 
                  R. 9. Clark'       ,250 
                  R. H. Heidbreder----..250 
                  111. A. Dooley      250 
          Adept ed. 
      48. That L. D. Edwatds be appointed station assistant to the 
 opharmacognosist for the year 1921-22, salary $250; charge to bud- 
 get of pharmaceutical experiment station. 
          Adopted. 
      494 That A. J. Schwartz be appointed assistant in pharmacy 
 for the first semester of 1921-22, salary $125; charge to budget 
" of departmetat. 
          Adopt ed, 
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_50. That the following persons be appointed assistants in com- 
merce (bus~iness administration) for the. year 1921%-22, at the 
salary given in each case; charge to budget of department: 
     Herbert Bohlman ...... ---7$500 (also: in economics $500) 
     Aileen Casey --I"a-254    0 (student assistant) 
     Jerry H, Quam    --".....a22( student assistant) 
        Adopt ed. 
     51. That the following persons be appointed assistants in 
commerce (commercial law and corporation finance), at the salary 
given in each case; charge to budget of department: 
     Marvin King            "5 $00 for the year 1921'-22 
     G. C2 Blough .........    25 a month   1st semester 
     H. B. D3rau .     .12,50         "   -1st semester 
     G. A. G-  -.rigan m      12.50   "   - 1st semester 
        Adopt'ed. 
     5'2. That thelsum of $20 a month be allotted for assistance 
(rate'of 50 cents an hour) in correcting   papers commercial law 
and corporation finance; charge to budget of commerce department, 
         Adopt ed. 
That the resignation of Ber ice E, Draper, scholar in 
be accepted., to take effect Septe4iber 17, 1921. 
Adopted. 
That .Bernice E. Draper be appointed assistant in history 
14'7      for the year I-921-22, salary $500; charge to unassigned instruc-
          tion. 
                   Adopt ed. 
               55. That Jean . Cline be appointed assistant in history 
          for the first semester of 1921-22, salary of $125 for the sem-
          ester; charge to unassigned instruction. 
                   Adopted. 
               56. That Mary Eva WodCrows, B. A. Stanford. University, 
          1921, be appointed scholar in European history for the year 
          1921-22. 
                   Adopted.                                             
   / 
               57. That Earl Brown be appointed part time assistant in 
          geology for the year 1921-22, salary $300; charge to budget of
          department. 
Adopted. 
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             58. That , mel' fJohrnion be appointed parl time assi¶~nt
in 
        geology fdi the yeaZ 1921-22, salarzy $500; charge to budge  of 
        S eldepartment. 
                 Adopted. 
             59. That Bernard P. Heubner be appointed research assistant
qqi     in education (under Professor clzapp) for the current year; salary
    S ,6O0, to be charged to 'University Research Fund. 
                 Adopted. 
             60. That Mlary Bausch be appointed assistant in German for 
        the first semester of t--e current year; salary $200 for the sem-
   7    ester, to be charged toe unassigned instruction. 
                 Adopted. 
             61. That Louise Emerson be appointed assistant in'Latin for
  )4 f/h the first semester of the current year; salary $175 for the sem-
        ester, to be charged to unassigned instruction. 
                 Adopted. 
             62. That Neil S. MvcKay be appointed assistant in commerce 
        for the year 1921-22; salary $400; charge to budget of department.
                 Adopted. 
             63. That Louise Schlichting be appointed student assistant 
        in commerce for the year 1921-*22, salary $225; charge to budget
of 
        department. 
                 Adopted. 
             64. That Eugenie Gerhauser be appointed herbarium assistant
   Sf in the department of botany for the year 1921-w22, at a salary of 
        $750, as provided in the budget. 
                 Adopted, 
                                    -Agri culture- 
             1. That Emil G. Sch1midt be appointed half time assistant in
 9     agricultural chemistry for the year 1921-022, at a salary of $600,
        charge to allotment from University Research Fund to Professors 
        Fred and P et ers on. 
                 Adopt ed. 
             2, That Archie Black be appointed part time assistant in agri-
      0 cultural chemistry for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $350 
        charge to budget of agricultural chemistry; to meet this item that
        $350 be transferred from animal husbandry-technical assistant ovice
        Maky     (Mr. Black is also scholar in agricultural chemistry for
        1921-22). 
Adopted. 
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           3. That the appointment of W'alter Rowlands, technical as- 
      sistant in agricultural engineering (land clearing) be continued 
      from September 15 to November 1, 1921, at a salary of $90 a moil.;h,
      charge to land[ clearing fund. 
              Adopted. 
           4. That Stanley Vaughn be continued as technical assistant 
      in agricultural engineering (land clearing) from September 1%, 
      1921, for three months, at a salary of $90 a month; charge to lana
      clearing fund. 
              Adopted. 
           5'. That the resignation of Corinne A, Kraus, assistant to the
       irector 0f the course in home economics, be accepted to take ef- 
       fect October 1, 1921. 
              Adopted. 
           6. That F. W. Parker be continued as fellow in soils for an 
      additional period of four mon  0, October to January, 1922, in- 
      clusive, at $150 a month; charge to fund provided by National 
      Fertilizer Assqoiation. 
              Adopt ed. 
           7. That Carl L. Helwig be appointed student assistant in 
      agricultural engineering for the year 1921&P22, salary $250 per
      annum; charge to $1000 provided in budget for assistants in agri- 
      cultural engineering. 
              Adopted. 
           8. That J. A.. Anderson be appointed part time assistant in 
5     agricultural bacteriology for the year 1921-22, salqry $600; 
      charge to allotment from University Research Fund made to Pro- 
      fessors Fred and Peterson. 
              Adopt ed. 
           9. That £,. L. Liddle be appointed county agricultural repre-
      sentative for .iTonroe County, bpginning September 1, 1921, salary
 c + at the rate of $2400 per annum; $1700 paid by the university and 
      $700 by the county. 
              Adopt ed, 
          10. That L. E. McKay be appointed instructor' in animal hus- 
      bandry from September 15', 1921, to the close of the fiscal year; 
    Ssalary at the rate of $2100 per annum, tw~elve months' basis; 
      charge to item vice Scott, budget page 67, 
              Adopt ed, 
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             11. That J. R. Ballantine be appointed-half time assistant 
        in aminal husbandry for the year 1921-22, salary $600; charge 
        to item -$2400 foe instructor -v!ieao, budget page 67. 
                 Adopted. 
             12. That Robert P. attholomew be appointed instructor in 
        soils for the year 1921-22, salary $1400; $400 charged to labora-
73      tory assistants, soils, and $I000 new field man and assistants in
        state soils laboratory. 
                 Adopted. 
             13. That the resignation of E. J. Malloy, instructor in 
     11- soils, be accepted to take effect S-eptember , 1921. 
                 Adopt ed. 
             14. That A. R. Albert be appointed instructor in soils for 
        the year 1921.-22, salary $210; $1600 charged to soils, vice 
        Malloy;  $300-to Hancock and Coddington stations; and 4$20Q to state
        soils laboratory, new field man and assistants. 
                 Adopt ed. 
             .15. That C. J. Chapman be appointed assistant professor of
        soils (state-soils laboratory) from October 1, 1921, to the close
        of the current fiscal year; salary at the rate of $240 a month; 
        charged to salary of Graul transferred to soils, and the balance
        to item for new field man and assistants state soils laboratory.
                 Adopt ed. 
     S16. That the resignation of P. oM. Harmer, assistant profes- 
        sor of soils;i be accepted to take effect September 1, 1921. 
                 AdOpted. 
             17, That B. J. Graul, assistant professor of soIils, be 
        transferred from the &tate soils laboratory to the department
of 
        soils, with no change in salary; charged $2000 to soils depart- 
        ment and $700 to state soils laboratory. 
                Adopted. 
             18. That IL. P. Xihitehead be appointed instructor in economic
        entomology for ten months, beginning September 1, 1921, at a sail-
    i  ary of $75 a month; charge to item vice MJurray, budget page 68. 
                Adopt ed. 
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              19. That D. R. Lacey be appointed assistant in animal hus-
         bandry for three weeks, beginning September 6, 1921, salary $25
(       a week; charge to balance on salary of Professor Bohstedt, re- 
         s i gned. 
                  Adopt ed. 
              20. That the resignation of G. Bohstedt, assistant professor
          foanimal husbandry, be accepted to take effect September 15,1921,
                  Adopted. 
              21. That J. IH. Fargo, instructor in animal husbandry, be 
         transferred from extension to the department of animal husbandry
         and that his salary be increased from $2200 to $2400 for the year
         1921-22; in place of G. Bohstedt, resigned. 
                  Adopted. 
              22. That E, Rankin be appointed part time assistant in agri-
 9O cultural chenmstry for the year 1921-22, to receive $50 a pay- 
         ment for the first semester, and $60 a payment for the second sem-
         ester; charge to allotment of $600 frou the University Research
         fund to Professor Tottingham. 
                  Adopted. 
              23. That Mlarion I. -Valker be appointed part time assistant
         in plant pathology for eight and one-half months, beginning Sep-
  7 2-   tember 15, 1921, salary 50 a month; charge to special fund 8B, 
                  Adopted. 
              24. That Otto Yahn be appointed mechanician in the dairy de-
         partment beginning September 16, 1921, salary $125 a month; in 
         place of qC. 3.  ors e resignegd. 
                  Adopt ed. 
              25. That the resignation of C. J. MNorse, mechanician in the
         dairy department, be accepted to take effect August 24,1921. 
   "~1            Adopted. 
              26. That A. L. Kline be appointed technical assistant in 
   Q    agricultural engineering (land clearing- for a period not to ex-
      0ceed one month from September 12, 1921, salary at the rate of 4$90
         a month and expenses while in the field; charge to land clearing
         fund.    Adopted. 
              27. That R. A. Moore, professor of agronomy, be granted leave
         of absence from Ocober 22 to i,.ovember 20, 1921, in lieu of sum-
         mer vacati on.   Adopt ed. 


 
           28. That the salary of     N. Walker, par- tjjme assistatit in
      plant pathology, be increased from $50 to $60 a month, for eight 
7 '? months, b-eginni ng October 1, 1921; charge. to special fund 8B ,H einz.
                Adopted. 
           29. That Russell E,. Frost be appointed half time assistant in
      agricultural journalism for the year 1921-22, and for three-f ou±ths
      of-a month-during the summer of 1921; salary $600 for the academic
      year and $40 for the period this summer; oharge to budget item 
      vice Naftzier, under technical assistants. 
               Adopted. 
75          30. That B1. L. Warwick be appointed part time assistant in 
      veterinary science for the year 1921-22, salary $400; charge to 
      budget item in -veterinary science department vice Stader. 
                Adopted. 
            31. That Laura Kremers be appointed part time assistant in 
 '7   horticulture for the year 1921-22, salary $750; charge to item 
       $750 for landscape draftsman, budget page 71. 
                Adopted. 
           32. That L. K. Jones be appointed.      time assistant in 
      plant pathology from September 1, 1921, to May 15, 1922, salary 
      at the rate of $80 a month; compensation for September and Octo- 
      ber to be charged to Door County funds, and for the remainder of 
      the period to assistants in plant pathology. 
                Adopted. 
            33. That the 'resignation of William J. Frederich as scholar
  J> 
        n plant pathology be accepted. ,K 
                Adopted., 
            34. That the title of Dorothy Bradbury be changed from tech-
  S, nical assistant to assistant in horticulture. 
                Adopted. 
            35'. That the follow~ing scholars be appointed for the year 
       1921-22 : 
                   Wava B. T amblinsgson, IHoeFrt Atkiconsoin,~c ;Wi sconsi
n,  - 
                   R. B. Streets-    ~ ~---Plant Pathology. 
                Adopt ed.. 
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           36. That the following honorary fellows be appointed for 
      the year 1921-22: 
               A. W. Jamison, agricultural economiCs, Professor in 
                              the Universi ty. of Illinois.. 
               Otto A. Reinking, plant pathology. Professor of agri- 
                               cultur@1in the University of Philippines.
               H. G. Miller, agricultural chemistry. Research assist- 
                               ant Oregon Agricultural College. 
           Adopted. 
           37. That the resignation of Lillian Frazee, Sharpies schcolar,
      be accepted, to take effect-at the-openingo-fthe year 1921,-22.   
 c 
                Adopted. 
            of e8. That Ruth Myrland be appointed assistant to the diredtoez._Aý__
  9  of the course in home economics (withtte rank of assistant in 
      home economics) beginning October 1 1921, salary at the rate of   
A, 
      $1500 per annum; in place of M1iss Kraus, resigned.) 
                Adopt ed. 
            39. That Mday Morrissey, 1143 Sherman Avenue, Madison, be 
      appointed student assistant in hogie economics for the first sem- 
      ester of 1921"22, salary of $150 for the semester; charge to item
      $1800, replace Krueger, etc., budget page 69. 
                A dopt e .7 
                                  -Engineeri ng- 
           1. That E. S. Cooper be appointed instructor in mechanical 
y    engineering and descriptive geometry for the year 1921-22, at a 
      salary of $1900; provided in the budget. 
              Adopted. 
           2. That David F. M1cConnell be appointed instructor in elec- 
 B   trireal engineering for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $1650; 
      $1500 provided in budget; balance charged to unassigned instructiomi
              Adopted. 
           3. That John S. Stron~g be appointed instructor in electrical
      engineering for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $1700; $1500 pro-
      vided in the budget; balance charged to unassigned instruction. 
              Adepted. 


 
              4. That R- S. Owen, aso.ciate professor of topographic ent-
   ~ ~   gineering, 'be plac6d on half time in engineering and his salary
         reduced accordingly; Professor Owen is to give half time to the
         Soffice of the Dean of - en.' duringtheyear 1921-22, to receive
         $1706 f   this work; total salary $3325 per annum. 
                 Adopted. , 
              5'. That'Herbert Wheaton be appointed three-fourths time in-
  S(    Structor in t6pographic engineering for the year 1921-22, at a. 
         salary of $1200; charge -to balance on salary of Professor Owen.
                Adopted. 
             6. That the salary of 1. 0. Withey, professor of mechanics,
        be restored to full time basis, $4250; additional $250 to be 
        charged to unassigned instruction.   (Arrangement contemplated at
        the time the-budget was adOpted, whereby Professor Withey would be
        paid $4000 by the university and give part time to the highway 
        commission, was not completed). 
                Adopted. 
             7. That the salary of Kenneth L. Scott, instructor in elec-
        trical engineering, be increased from $io00 to $1650; additional
        $50 to be charged to unassigned instruction,  (This to c rrect 
        a misunderstanding). 
                Adopt ed. 
             8. That E. A. Longenecker be appointed student assistant in
        shop work for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $500; charge to 
   Y    $1600 provided for new instructor vice Wald. 
                Adopt ed. 
             9. That A. Vald be appointed student assistant in shop work
   if   for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $600; charge to $1600 pro- 
        vided for new instructor vice Wald. 
                Adopt ed. 
                                -Ext ensio n- 
IO           1. That Elsie P. Schmidt be appointed assistant in debating
         and public discussion and library methods, for ten months, be- 
  i    ginning September 1, 1921, at $100 a month; in place of Prances 
  SBacon. 
               Adopted. 


 
             2. That Anella Wieben be appointed part time-assistant in 
        debating-and public discussion, from September 15', 1921, toJune
        15, 1922, to be paid at the rate af 50 cents an hour; total, not
?       to exceed $400 for the period, to be charged to $1000 provided 
        in budget for salary of MissPope. 
                Adopt ed. 
             3. That the resignation ofI TcHenryassistant recorder 
          3-6                     ono Maude     ceny 
        be accepted,- to take effect August 31, 1921., 
                Adopt ed. 
             4. That Graeme O'Geran be appointed instructor ih economics,
        S MilwaUkee, for the year 1921"22, at a salary of $2,000; charge
to 
        additional instruction. 
                Adopt ed. 
             .... That Dudley Brooks be appointed assistant in English, be"
        ginning September 1, 1921, at $125 a month;  $900 provided. in the
        budget, the balice ($475) charge to 2 AR. 
                Adopt ed., 
            .6. That Mrs. B. D. Kuney be appointed instructor in English
        for the year 1921-22, at a salary of $1500 per annum; $1650 pro-
        vided in the budget for this position. 
               Adopt ed. 
            7,' That Herbert WI. Wesle be appointed. instructor in surveys*
/Lo    ing, Milwaukee Day School, beginning with the opening of the 
       first semester of 1921-22, at $185 a month; charge to additional 
       instruction. 
               Adopted. 
            ]8. That T. R. M inert be appointed instructor in engineering,
       Milwaukee Day School, beginning with the opening of the first 
       semester of 1921-.22, at a salary of $250 a month; charge to 2 AR.
               Adopted. 
            9. That 5. A. Book be appointed. instructor to conduct an 
       evening class in accounting, Milwaukee, to receive $12.50 a meet~-
       ing; total, not to exceed $450; to be charged to additional in- 
       struction. (It is understood that the class will be dropped and. 
       this appointment cancelled if attendance does not justify continu-
       ance ) Adopt ed. 
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          1 0. Tlat H. J. Blair be aPpointed-instructor to conduct an 
     evning class in accounting, Milwaukee, to receive compensation 
     at the rate of $300 for 36 meetings  charge to additional in- 
     struction.  (It is understood that the class Will be dropped and 
     the appointment cancelled if attendance does not justify contin- 
     uanc e.) 
              Adopted. 
          II. That W. DI. Canan be appointed instructor to conduct an 
     evening class in shop arithmetic and an evening class-in steam 
     en engines-Milwaukee, to receive $7-50 a meeting; total, not to ex-
     ceed $540, to be charged to additional instruction.    (it is 
     tinderstood that the classes will be dropped  and this appointment 
     cancelled if attendance does not justify continuance.) 
              Adopted. 
          12. That J. 9D. Diehl be appointed instructor to conduct an 
     evening class in business English, M,1ilwaukee, to be paid at the 
     rate of' $260 for 36 meetings; charge to additional instuction. 
     (It is understood that this class will be dropped and the appoint- 
     ment cancelled if the attendance does not justify continuance.) 
              Adopted. 
         13.. That H. P. Hotz be appointed instructor to conduct an 
     evening class in salesmanship, M11ilwaukee, to receive $10 a meet- 
I ing; total, not to exceed $360, to be Charged to additional in- 
     struction.   (It is understood that this class will be dropped and 
     this appointment cancelled if attendance does not justify contin- 
     uance.) 
            Adopted. 
          14. That H. E. Ihlenfeld be appointed instructor to conduct 
     an evening class in accounting, Milwaukee, to be paid at the rate 
     of $200 for 36 meetings; charge to addibtional instruction.  (it 
     is understood that this class will be dropped and this appointment 
     cancelled if attendance does not justify continuance. ) 
               Adopted. 
           15. That Burr E. Lee be appointed instructor to conduct an 
      evening class in commercial correspondence, Ml,1waukee, tobpi 
      at the rate of $250 for 36 meetings; charge to additional in- 
   ' struction.  (it is understood that the class will be dropped and 
      this appointment cancelled if attendance does not justify con- 
      ti nuanc e. ) Adopt ed. 


 
            16. That M. R. Schnaitter be appointed instructor to conduct
       an evenring class in economics, Milwaukee, to be paid at the rate
       of $200 for 36 nmeetings; charge to additional instruction. (it is
       understood that the class Will be dropped and this appointment 
0JL(o  cancelled if attendance- does not justify continuance.) 
                Adopted. 
            17. That C. E- Dietze be appointed instructor to conduct' a 
       class evenings in accounting, Milwaukee, to receive $15 a meet- 
       ing; total, not to exceed $540, to be charged to additional in-w 
       structionr, (It is understood that the class will be dropped and 
       this a pointment cancelled if attendance does not juwtify contin-
       uance.) 
                Adopted. 
            18. That H. F. Westphal be appointed instructor to conduct an
       evening class in sheet metal drafting, Milwaukee, to be paid $7.50
       a meeting; not to exceed $135 for the period, to be charged to 
       additional instruction.  (It is understood that the class will be
       dropped and this appointment cancelled if attendance does not jus-
       tify continuance.) 
                Adopted. 
            19. That A. W. T. Ogilvie be appointed instructor to conduct
       an evening class in office organization and management, Milwaukee,
       to be paid at the rate of $250 for 18 meetings; charge to addi- 
       tional instruction.   (it is understood that the class will be 
       dropped and this appointment cancelle&.if attendance does not
jus- 
       tify continuance.) 
                Adopted. 
            20. That H. 0. Brickson, assistant draftsman, be changed from
 Sfull time to part time, beginning September 12, 1921, and that 
 IJ    he be paid at the rate of 50 cents an hour, not to exceed $45 a 
       month.   Adopt ed. 
            21. That Ralph L. Ostrander be appointed assistant and field
       prganizer, W'ausau District, beginning August 29, 1921; salary at
     1the rate of $1800 per annum, twelve monthst basis.   $2.000 provided
  M o far position. 
     S~Adopted.- 


 
             22. That the salary of V, -E. Wines, instructor in mechanical
/33      engineering, o'be increased from $2500 to $28o0 per annum, beginning
        0 cttbber-l,1 1921; increase charged to balance on salary of W. He
        Severns, resigned. 
                 Adopted. 
              23. That Rachel Kelsey be appointed instructor in English 
        from September 1 to September 15,, 1921, at the'rate of $100 a 
        month; and from September 15, 1921, to February 15, 1922, at the
        rat e of $95 a month; charge to additional instruction. 
                 Adopt ed. 
             24. That W. F. Roecker be appointed instructor in chemistry
        in the Milwaukee Day School for the first semester of 1921-22, at
        a salary of' $40.28 per week; total, not to exceed $725; to be 
        charged to additional instruction. 
                 Adopted. 
             25, That- the salary of Guy D. Wertz, instructor and field or-
        ganizer, Milwaukee1istrict, be increased from $2500 to $2800 per
        annum, beginning October 1, 1921; increase to be charged to 2 AR.
                 Adopted.. 
             26. That Herbert E. Schrader be appointed instructor in me-
        chanical engineering, salary at the rate of $2000 a year, twelve
        month basis, beginning October 1, 1921; in place of W. H. Severns,
        resigned. 
                 Adopted. 
             27- That R. H. Benson be appointed instructor and field or-
    * ganizer, Eau Claire district, salary at the rate of $1500 per an- 
    hnum, beginning October 3, 1921; in place of R. L. Wise, resigned. 
                 Adopted. 
                                  -Medici ne- 
             I. That Winifred Titus be appointed half time laboratory as-
/01     sistant in the infirmary and hospital, beginning September 19, 
        1921, at a salary of $40 a month; in place of Elizabeth Wilson, 
    Sr es ign ed. 
               Adopted. 
             2. That B. J. Schneller be appointed student assistant in 
  i0q   pharmacology for the year 1921-22, salary $550; charge to budget
  10    of department. 
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             3. That F. J. Hodges, instructor in physiology, be changed 
        from the twelve month to the ten month basis for the year 1921- 
        22; Salary at the rate of $2000 for the academic year, 
               ",Adopt ed. 
             4. That Chester C. Schneider be appointed assistant in ortho-
        pedic surgery for the year 1921-22, twelve month basis, salary 
 I l    $7'50, beginning September 1, 1921; charge to unassigned balance
        for -extra physicians. 
                Adopted. 
                                 -Physical Education- 
             1. That C. H. Carpenter be appointed assistant in physical 
(3      education (football) for the 1921 season, begi nning September 15,
        1921; at a salary of $600 for the period; provided in the athletic
        council budget, 
                Adopted, 
                                  -Summer S essi o n- 
             i. That G. H. Smith be paid $60 for s'ervices as assistant 
       in the field course in geology during the month of Aujgdst, 1921,
       charge to fees paid in the course. 
               Adopted. 
             2. That the fee for the sunmmer field coure in geol   be 
        increased from $12 to $18.  (This is on the basis of wix credits
        instead of four,,) 
                Adopted. 
                                     -R es ear ch- 
             I. That the following allotments be made from the University
       Research Fund for the year 1921-22: 
                  W. J. Mead, Geology 
                  X-Ray d et erminati o n o f mi neral s 
                  $600 for assistant second semester. 
                  L. R. Ingersoll, Physics 
                  Polarization in metallic reflection 
                  $85 additional for services of assistant. 
                  E. A. Ross, Sociology 
                  Change in size of American families 
                  $215 for mi s cellaneous exp ens es. 
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   C. S. Slichter, Applied Mathematics 
   Unst eady motion of ground waters 
   $60 for abparatus. 
   V. A. C. Henmon, BEducation 
   Additional tests in Milwaukee 
   $600 for research assistant. 
   Joel Steebbi-ns, Astronomy 
   Equipment for equatorial 
   $25'00 for apparatus. 
Adopted. 
          RECOAMTDATIONS OF THE BUSINESS MAYAGER 
     1. That the contracts for the STervice B   -"4lg Addition and 
the Electric Sub-Station be awarded to            rf f  "o 
Madi s 0ii7'OWscorns1,. for the following sums: 
JZJ jcy7 
       * 
Service Building (not including plumbing 
                  and heationg wrk) .-....... $66,366.00 
Electric Sub-Station( not including plumb- 
                     ing and heating work)O-M-- 12,621.O0 
The bids were as follows: 
Contractor 
S ervi c e 
Building 
\7isconsin Construction Co., 
Madison, Wisconsin--$74, 575*.O0 
J.. H'. Findorff & Son 
Madison, Wi sconsin-66,366.00 
Willis & Deason 
Janesville, Wisconsin ..... 64,711.00 
Theodore Stark & Co., 
Milwaukee,, Wisconsin ..-..- 86,555.O0 
  -01"ectri c 
  Subd-Stati on 
$14,730.00 
12,621.00 
15,87 5.t00 
(Appropriation for Service Bldg., $80,000, available July 1,1921) 
(Appropriation for Electric Sub-Station and 
  equipment, $40,000,---available July 1,1922) 
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Adopted. 
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   C. S. Slichter, Applied Mathematics 
   Unst eady motion of ground waters 
   $60 for abparatus. 
   V. A. C. Henmon, BEducation 
   Additional tests in Milwaukee 
   $600 for research assistant. 
   Joel Steebbi-ns, Astronomy 
   Equipment for equatorial 
   $25'00 for apparatus. 
Adopted. 
          RECOAMTDATIONS OF THE BUSINESS MAYAGER 
     1. That the contracts for the STervice B   -"4lg Addition and 
the Electric Sub-Station be awarded to            rf f  "o 
Madi s 0ii7'OWscorns1,. for the following sums: 
JZJ jcy7 
       * 
Service Building (not including plumbing 
                  and heationg wrk) .-....... $66,366.00 
Electric Sub-Station( not including plumb-