Education: A. A. U. P.

Last week three professors employed respectively by California, Washington and Stanford Universities informed the people of Oregon that their Chancellor of Higher Education, William Jasper Kerr, was totally incapable of educational leadership, that his election was a "stupendous blunder" in the first place, that their State University would never have a "healthy and normal life" until they got rid of him. This blast, a monstrous piece of impertinence on its face, was delivered by the three professors as representatives of that extraordinary organization, the American Association of University Professors.

A. A. U. P. speaks with the authority of 12,000 members in 450...

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