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Lett: Neil Fry talks on the
phone in his office. Right:
Art Evans and Bob
Montgomery discuss a
Bottom: Group picture.
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Reorganization of the administrative offices implemented
changes in the office of finance, with one major change be-
ing that vice president Bill Hilton's division acquired Bob
Montgomery, assistant vice president for finance,
over personnel and the word processing center and
chairman ofthe safety committee.
During the reorganization communication services was
added to Hilton's division and was set up as an auxiliary
Hilton said the major benefit of the reorganization was
the repositioning of Dr. Gary D. McCaleb who moved into
the position of vice president for campus life to be directly
involved with students.
Hilton said the reorganization also gave President William
j. Teague more time to concentrate on fund-raising activities
for the university and have more exposure with the univer-
Hilton completed a term with the Abilene City Council ii
April and said that he would not run again because the jol
was very time consuming. He also said that he believed othe
people needed the opportunity to serve on the City Council
The vice president said he enjoyed serving on the counci
and that he thought his service was good for ACU.
Part of Hilton's time was spent working on the F. C
Masten estate, which was part of the university's endow
ment. The estate included 19 gas wells, 97 oil wells ann
95,000 acres of ranchland in Oldham and Cochran countie
awarded. Hilton said the Masten estate will benefit expan
sion of the university but that the school had not realizet
profit from the estate yet.
The major duty of the vice president for finance was tc
allocate the university's operating funds, which were ac
quired from earnings on endowments, tuition and fees, aux
iliary enterprises, gifts, and educational activities. - Kell