Volume 03: May 26, 1944–January 21, 1950

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TRUSTEE AFFAIRS (CONSOL.) Sub-Group 1: Minutes Volume 3 May 1944–Jan 1950

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5/26/44 - Reg. B/T

Raleigh, North Carolina State College May 26, 1944

The Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina met in the Library at State College in Raleigh, at 11:00 A. M., on Friday, May 26, 1944. Governor Broughton was delayed in reaching the building, and the meeting was called to order by Dr. Clarence Poe.

The following members were present: Mrs. Minnie Mclver Brown Victor S. Bryant John TV. Clark Mrs. Laura Weil Cone Henry Groves Connor R. R. Eagle Jones Fuller B. K. Lassiter James C. Pittman J. Benton Stacy John P. Stedman Elliott W. Stevens Mrs. Kate P. Arrington Battle A. Hocutt M. C. Lassiter G. L. Lyerly H. B. Marrow L. P. McLendon William D. Merritt Clarence Poe F red 1 Sutton John W. Umstead, Jr. Charles Whedbee Miss Emily S. Austin David Clark Clyde K. Council Josephus Daniels B. B. Everett Mrs. R. S. Ferguson James S. Ficklen

R. L. Harris W. E. Horner Hugh Horton Robert Eugene Little Thos.J. Pearsall J. Hawley Poole J. A. Pritchett Claude W. Rankin Dr. Foy Roberson W. Frank Taylor Mrs. May L. Tomlinson Alexander B. Andrews E. S. Askew Kemp D. Battle Charles A. Cannon W. G. Clark , Arthur M. Dixon Frank W. Hancock, Jr. Chas. A. Jonas A. H. London Mrs. Sadie McB. McCain R. A. Maynard Raymond Maxwell Kemp B. Nixon John J. Parker B. K. Royal W. B. Shuford Miss Grace Pemberton Taylor J. C. B. Ehringhaus H. D. Bateman

Messages of regret at their inability to be present were read from Messrs. George Stephens, Hayoood Parker, J. T. Pritchett and 1. P. Davis.

Upon motion of Judge Parker, seconded and carried, the reading of the minutes of the last meeting was dispensed with. EXCHANGE SCHOLARSHIPS

President Graham reported that he had received a letter from the Institute of International Education soliciting the cooperation of American Universities in exchange of scholarships between American and British Universities. He explained that this would mean that the University of North Carolina would furnish room, board and tuition to a student from a British university in exchange for the same services to be furnished a student from this University attending a university from Britain.

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