THE ADMINISTRATION: The Rotarian Professor

"I hate reformers," Professor Herold Christian Hunt once said. "Anybody can go in and cut a new deck, and do almost anything. It takes an administrator to go in and change the thinking of the people who are already there." In more than 30 years in the field of education. Hunt has repeatedly proved his ability both as an administrator and as a reformer. Last week President Eisenhower asked him to do it again, appointed Hunt to the post of Under Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare.

Hunt is a man of many oddly assorted parts. He is an academic...

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