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Thursday,.Moy 22, 1975


Page Three

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Psychic swears by

By CINDY HILL "Anyone who heals without
Stern Morgan is an affable love, well, I'd swy it would nev-
man, modest and congenial. In er be a permanent thing," he
appearance you might call him muses.
"strikingly ordinary," if the MORGAN'S diagnosis usually
description weren't an obvious takes abot 20 minutes. He
contradiction of terms. slowly moves his hands several
He's a far cry from the type inches over the patient's body.
most people would imagine as a Patients sometimes claim
"psychic healer," a species that they feel senstions of heat
elicits arcane images of mystic from his hands. Others feel his
rites and pentacles from most hands vibrating, although they
people. are always motionless.
BUT Morgan, who has worked "There's nothing magic in the
at the University for 20 years, hands," Morgan assures his pa-
says his ability is anything but tients, "you do the healing your-
mysterious, or even unique. self."
"It all comes from the sub- WHATEVER the method,
conscious - and everybody's Morgan claims he has had con-
got a subconscious, " he says. siderable success in this unus-
While faith healers attribute ual field. He has "cured" mala-
their abilities to God, and other dies ranging from the common
healers might attribute their cold to cancer.
powers to themselves, Morgan He is by no means alone in
claims that all healing comes these claims: Morgan possesses
from the subconscious of the a folder full of letters from for-
individuals involved. mer patients who attest to his
MORGAN says all he does is skills.
help people contact their own One patient, a high state of-
subconscious. ficial, openly praises Morgan's
The only other element con- talent. For 12 years he had suf-
tributing to the healing process fered from a painful case of
is love. "A true healer has love chronic ulcerative colitis.
and compassion for his fellow HE SAYS that Morgan's work,
man," says Morgan. On this which has healed the ulcers,
point, the practical, down-to- was "phenomenal."
earth healer becomes almost Although he admits the dis-
mystical. See HEALING, Page 6

STERN MORGAN, a psychic healer and University staff member, takes the hand of a
younger patient before "scanning" her for illness. Morgan says the subconscious can heal
any illness, and effects cures by helping the individual make contact with his or her
own subconscious.

Student could get -p - . .--msa
empty Regent seat r

A new law allowing the gover-
tor to make student appoint-
ients to controlling boards of
educational institutions presents
the very real possibility that a
student could be chosen to
succeed University Regent Law-
rence L i n d e m e r (R-Stock-
Lindemer will be leaving the
Board on June 1 to fill a va-
camcy on the State Supreme
WIIIE IN Ann Arbor last
ii, Governor William Milli-
k'n said he was "in no way dis-
couraged" by the State Senate's
r tection of Thomas Korpi, his
student nominee to the Mich-
igan 'Technological University
(MTU) Board of Control.
Korpi's nomination was turn-
ed back by the Senate in a 22-11
s-te on May 15, amid charges
he lacked sufficient maturity
for the job. The governor's ap-
pointment to the- University
Board of Regents would not be
subject to Senate approval.
While Milliken said he had
nat yet given serious considera-
tion to a successor for Linde-
mer, he indicated he would cer-
tainly consider student appoint-
ments for such positions.
A SPOKESMAN for the gov-
ernor said the list of prospec-
tive appointees w a s "quite
lengthy, more than a dozen
names." He added that "it is
certainly within the realm of
possibility that there are stu-
dents on the list"
Korpi's nomination to MTU's
Board of Control had rough go-
ing through the Senate because
of h i s threatened reprisals
against the editor of the school's
paper, Stephen R o t h. Roth
wrote a series of editorials op-
posing Korpi's nomination.
Roth said yesterday he op-
posed Korpi's nomination be-
cause of his questionable record
as an officer of MTU's student
government, and because his
major qualification seemed to
be that he "was a buddy of the

a "solid Rep'tblican" who had
worked for Milliken's re-election
last fall.
According to Roth, Korpi was
displeased with the lack of pub-
lic support the school's news-
paper, "The Tech Lode," was
giving to his nomination.
"Ile catse into our offices one
day and asked me if I wanted
to graduate," said Roth. "I
thought he was joking, but then
I realized he was serious."
ROTH SAID Korpi also issued
a press release onstudent gov-
ernment stationary announcing
procedings were underway for
Roth's recall as editor of The
Lode, something which Roth
called "a bunch of hogwash."
Korpi was unavailable for com-
ment last night.
Roth added that Korpi has
attempted to link him with a
number of questionable activi-
ties, including alleged incidents
of firebombing, which Roth in-
sists are complete fiction.
"I'm really gong-ho about a
s t u d e n t appointment to our
board," said Roth. "But Korpi
was just a bad number, and to
appoint him would have been a
ROTH SAYS he thinks the
University is in an ideal posi-
tion to have a student regent,
because the potential for public
pressure on the governor's of-
fice is greater.
"You guys are a little closer
to the action down there," said
Roth, a business major at the
5,000 student institution -near
One student who has express-
ed interest in the Regent seat
here is unsuccessful Student
Government C un cil(SGC)
presidential candidate Candice
Massey. Massey has been lob-
bying for the job in Lansing,
talking with state legislators
See STUDENT, Page 5

Riding a mile for a camel
This Saudi Arabian camel is getting a free ride. There is so much oil money in Saudi Arabia
these days that even the camels don't have to w alk.
Zairians abduct local woman
doing research in Tanzania
By ELAINE FLETCHER Jane Goodall, since last Feb- he added.
With wire service reports ruary, on a researgh grant from
Stanford University. EYEWITNESS reports s ai d
An Ann Arbor woman was one the raiders arrived at the re-
of four persons kidnapped Mon- According to Smuts' brother, search station by boat and left
day when an armed band of "nobody has received word the same way.
rebels from the nearby country from the kidnappers," about the The U.S. Embassy in Dar es
of Zaire raided a Tanzanian safety of the vitims. He also Salaam has asked the Tanzan-
wildlife research center on the said "there has been no ni inn government to investigate
shores of Lake Tanganyika. cation one way or the other" of the kidnappings, while the U.S.
Barbara Smuts of 4011 Thorn- pssible motives for the kidnaps Embassy in Zaire has notified
oaks Drive was one of three ping or whether the Africans that country's
would egotiae focountry'sntsgovernment in
Stanford University s t u d e nts would negotiate for the students case the students had been
captured by the group which, release, taken across the border.
according to Smuts' brother, Isolated from outside assist- A third year behavioral stu-
Malcolm, "is a group of politi- ance, "most people in the re- dies major, Smuts had been do-
cal rebels." search center got away by just iisg research at the center on
scattering into the jungle," said wild chimpanzees. Her parents,
SMUTS. HAD been in the S m u t s' brother. "Apparently who are preparing for a trip to
Tanzanian station headed by the they (the kidnappers) just grab- Tanzania, were unavailable for
widely acclaimed anthropologist bed whoever they could find," comment,

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