Universities: New Man at Berkeley

For the tumultuous times that may well lie ahead at the University of California, the board of regents last week picked a new top official, competent in the field of "student political activity." The choice for acting chancellor: Martin Meyerson, 42, an internationally known authority on city planning who since 1963 has been dean of the College of Environmental Design at Berkeley. He takes over from Chancellor Edward W. Strong, 63, who has been suffering from a gall-bladder ailment as well as heavy nervous strain.

City Planner. "I sort of fancy myself as...

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