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I W":.i::.,--,..:-. r-,. .... . " XV - . ' ' v"r ;;;" t , --rw.., - Palm Beach Post 3? Monday, rv. 15,1968 University Tenure I t5feV VVU I n AN h'rCibrN B Questioned Bv WILLIAM I. P1RV ICl 19 N Y. TIMES NEWS SERVICE Please stop in. we want everyone to take advantage of the plentiful savings through- ) out our stores. Remember, lower shelf orices anri mnrp cnoriaic IC tho nhn win nffor 1 l NEW YORK - The dist Hances on American ramn es highlight the diverse ro vou. use it and x H m ine president of a large U versity and pose the quesH whether this is an office b he should hold until retl ment ace. Does ho mi YOU WILL SAVE MONEY. '!JP . closely resemble the prol Or-Srhnlar tthn slave nn till .. n nnilKn RROAD BREASTAa or the chief executive of a fl poration who does not hi tenure? If the university has at - I I I president, he is and should "the administrat inn I A7 vf I A t , If ' -- KJI !y ' cannot be merelv the sec: tary of the board of trust) Who are onlv nrravinnallv V 18-?? I R IVft A I . I l 1 the premises. Unlike ma corporate boards, there are "inside" directors; that is. ficers who have dav-to-d knowledge of the institution problems. Nor can the president "A" Vv J merelv the spokesman I'm-1 faculty, which tvnicallv GRADEy i . v..,..,-iL mumv nunc nuutUtK UK ; ther cohesive nor deeisil Vet he must he sensitive views from them both, a from a third force todav- I i:ni ii-iikiH onjicTC on ; M. cvmr w inhk ..v w students. In sum, he is "inp it ics." though he may wft at the label. i BEEF STEAKETTES pkgs1.89 V W W Y " At the same time ntlmr h es are expected of a preside In the private universities should be a fund-raiser, state institutions a man m rHUMmiF FARM COUNTRY CURtDGA QIIARItR SllCtd HAMS lB.99 TAI MAIM FARM COUNTRY CIWO fiA WHOIF OR HALF HAMS lB,89 FRFSH WHOLE OR HA F 1? TO 14 I B AVG PORK HAMS iB. .69 PKG. can handle a legislature a budgets. To comnlf tp thp il al. he should effectively rid gate responsibility, and bo broad imaginative educaj who aODieciates if ho m ! . WESTERN CORN FED s Mtianvrn nitnu on. himself initiate-new edu( tional nrnpramc A nrari , Wuanicn rUnK LUIN SLICED INTO r picaiu. today is the chief executive a very large corporation wi tensions sometime? nF oi ARMOUR STAR STUFFED TURKEY HORMEfS COW 81 BONELESS .LB. 59 a- .' A A y... .4 .ft ' '.U ft greater magnitude. r 1 - h :h T uf Universities pn thmti phases, having dilterent nes at different times, In a sner- HAMS OUICK FROZEN FRYER "FOR GIBI ET GRAVY'" GIZZARDS COPLAND'S AIL MEAT SKINLESS w.iy a university needs peril ic infusions ol new iilnac -i 4 WIENERS mm ..59 OIRR S GOLD SEAL QUICK FROZEN BREADED VEAL OR PORK CHOPETTES is pkg. (59 LITTLE PIG SPARE RIBS ... LB. 49 1 lX U 3 l.t1UIUt BUMHtSN CHUCK STEAKS u.79 leadership. The problems a increasingly dynamic. Th financial plight now is cruel at the same time that si dents are rebelling. He in once have raised millions, rebuilt the campus, or devi oped a splendid faculty. there are always new crises. As the president grows old and perhaps mellower, thq is danger that he may rega. himself in an ambassador) role. Or as he deals with tru) ees from business, he may 1 cept positions on hoards large companies that w.1 "public members" too busy oiler criticism. Most heads universities remain in olij j ill' . V'!W' -rffcw. - f? BOLOGHA.. An " HICKORY SMOX ...Li V I t Vfssti . -w vhV f , . SUPERRRANO j l ' i l I T t F.v,v fist : !4 0Z. CUP PALMETTO FARM PiMtNTn i wuni c ad tin i ' CHEESE .49 3 0Z PKG KRAFT'S PHILADELPHIA ' ' ' CREAM CHEESE 2.69 ) SHARK HALF 'i , . i l r ' LB. Q l'Ll. alter they have made thi mark, while the board w.ij patiently and politely- and ri university slumbers, or ocd sionally erupts. There is nn ing like the inertia of a grd institution. Traditionally a president removed only under trauma conditions - as at Pittsburl when the university neai' bankruptcy. There is no nu surement as in business, sn as profitability. Nor is Vhs any overhanging threat of corporate take-over if resul are unsatisfactory. Often ti board does nofeven kno there is ani; (rnnhlo. n,. j.. PFEIEO K DEVEINf 0 URGE PINK QUICK FROZEN SHRIMP 1 2 lb pkg $2.49 OMBUOUE S PURE PORK ROLL SAUSAGE lB. 39 BUTT HALF LB. 59' V a-T f ::.-:;.: V -rr v rfc' yv. w-:' s , j(t la(rsSa 'f'"'i u GX"l HP) t2 is: U.S. NO. 1 WHITE ..' "r . nr fieri date not complain becan ' v TTi M if i I i M J . i I J T 1 " M . ; " HARVEST FRFSH US NO IWHItt POTATOES 20 LB. BAG .99 HARVEST FRESH US NO I WHITE POTATOES 5 lb bag . 39 -4, ! ' competing for allon tinns out of the presidenl budget. I bcieve the president of large university should be a pointed for a term of yea 'such as ten I and no moi Even reappointment for a so ond term is questionable. ( it places the trustees in tl same embarrassing positin Men of breadth recognize thl perhaps the finest example b ing Conant (who went frrt Harvard to new and creati' roles). Brewster at Yale hi said that he does not expect spend his whole life there. A pr all, Yale wisely appoirt "AWEST FRFSH OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES 3S1.00 HARVFSF FRESH FLORIDA S ' CELERY 233 HARVISI FRESH FIORIDA f l M I Y-S m) it I ORANGES 5 b bag HARVFSF FRFSH AM PURPOSE ADDI EC r 69 . . i: ri-tO 0 IB RAG f !!lsl.;'WB WBpp MMp Jlllllllliiipi mail ,i! .r.ovfiNuiwT giadio i r.ovfiNufMT r.iAOt "- "ms ioi a term; why m its president? If the president has made contribution, there should I proper gratitude. But need follow the tradition of aci demic tenure? Professorii appointment until retiremei may be questioned, but least it has a rationale: tl 17 1 II it r. .1 II M , ,' ' , iremember: "the man in the m c rwoirp lorn rnsT" CTflwn: nruTiun an . J. .r!vIV.E 0UR W-D BRAND BEEF & POULTRY 1 OPEN SUNDAY WEST PALM BEACH STUART, FIA. BOYNTON BEACH 1900 CONGRESS AVE. 800 SO. FEDERAL HWY 1301 BELVEDERE RD. LAKE WORTH 408 IS DIXIE HIGHWAY 4 N. D,XIE HIGHWAY 500 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY 1 0 1 CONGRF ivc 2500 NO. DIXIE need lor independence and t tal dedication to scholarship. The president, on the othi hand, no longer need he scholar. He is much closer ' being the head of a maii company than a teacher. V business corporations have fl cape hatches, and the univa sities have none. When change is needed, one can ( made chairman rather thj president, or head of the exd utive committee. The salai and prequisites continue. WN are there not comparable to) niulae in the university world1 As with the modern rnrnnr ' DELRAY BEACH I MSA V7 4 pTf" , . f j j r;ry d p m STORE NOT OPEN ON SUNDAY v L. lA I BELIE GLADE ' Ax -5'' ' " 225 WEST CANAL SIREET j y? 1 BOCA RATON 291 WEST CAMINO REAL LANTANA U9I S. DIXIE HIGHWAY LAKE PARK U47 10TH STREET RIVIERA BEACH 3200 BROADWAY m tvirm mar msrmiKimM mim hum nm . , - ...v v...A.......(......-wAat. w - 1-1 - -in"n- iiyi.KKti4"i..i tion. we have completed pbaie in the growtlj of t . larue-ea! university, hut t ; traditions of administrati . are geared to an earlier et Modern corporate practice d mands flexibility, and univ titles are no exception. ' i

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