1908 UAC Commencement Program Page 11


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1908 UAC Commencement Program Page 11


1908 Commencement Program Page 11

May 18–President McCornick was authorized to employ counsel to begin a suit to compel Logan City to convey to the College the land proffered by the city and Cache county.
June 20–President McCornick reported that he had employed Judge John Marshall of Salt Lake, who had begun the suggested suit.
June 21–Messrs. McCornick, Cross and Hammond were appointed the Executive Committee provided for by the By-Laws just adopted.
The Board authorized the following expenditures: $1,500 for library, $2,000 for book cases, physical and other apparatus, $300 for domestic arts.
Messrs. Olsen and Cross were appointed a committee to work with the Faculty in arranging a program for dedicatory services.
Bid of A.H. Andrews & Co., Chicago, for a car of school furniture accepted.
Sept. 3– John T. Caine, Jr., employed as teacher in preparatory department.
Sept. 4–Dedicatory exercises were held in College chapel.
The Chapel
Dear to all A.C. students as the place of many pleasant and profitable meetings


Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives, Commencement Exercise Programs, 1894-1950, SCAUSU-13p-2s-1Bx001-1908




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