Education: New Chancellor for N.Y.U.

When New York University started looking around for a successor to Dr. Harry Woodburn Chase, the last thing it seemed to need was a builder. With 65,000 students on its rolls, N.Y.U. is the nation's largest university;* with its new $5,000,000 law center, and the $25 million N.Y.U.-Bellevue Medical Center now being built, it is also one of the best equipped. But last week, N.Y.U. picked a builder just the same. Henry Townley Heald, 46, is a lanky (6 ft. 2 in.), slow-talking man who likes to work twelve hours a day, seven days a week. As president of the Illinois...

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