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Created by Ronald Hilton on 05/17/01 2:08 PM

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TV Interview with Scotty McLennan (Ronald Hilton, USA, 05/17/01 2:08 pm)

Scotland has featured prominently in our latest TV interviews. Must esteemed Tom Campbell is one of twelve Campbells on the Stanford faculty and staff, Glenn Campbell, director emeritus of the Hoover Institution, being perhaps the best known of the others. For some reason, he is not in the Stanford Directory, so perhaps my count is wrong. The Campbells had a feud with the MacDonalds, the highlight of which was a reconciliation banquet to which the Campbell chief invited the MacDonald chief, at the end of which he cut his throat. Some reconciliation. There seem to be only four MacDonalds on the Stanford faculty and staff, none attached to the Hoover Institution or to the Law School. They need not worry. There are no feuds at Stanford, and the Stanford Campbells are models for society.

"Scotty" McLennan's nickname indicates his origin. Since he is Dean of Religious Life at Stanford, I assumed that the McLennans were above these feuds. He said regretfully that they were the standard bearers of the Logans, but did not give details of the feuds in which said Logans were involved. Scotty is a Universalist Unitarian, which means that he loves all mankind, as no doubt do the four Logans on the Stanford faculty-staff. One is described as Clinical Assistant Professor Emeritus, Hoover Institution. I did not know that Hoover had a clinic, but now we know where to go if a feud should break out. Being a peaceful man; I do not plan to do any more research into the feuds of the colorful Scottish clans.

As for Scotty, he will describe his remarkable and admirable career in our TV interview which will be shown this Saturday, May 19, on Channel 6 at 7 p.m., and on Monday, May 21 on Channel 77 at 8.05 p.m. Don' miss it if you live in our area, It will introduce to you Stanford's new Dean of Religious life, who will play a leading role in the July 29 sessions of the WAIS conference on globalization.


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