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Wednesday, July 23, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, July 23, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Adventure film stuns thousands
(Continued from Page 3) This should, not prove too 30 seconds? Warden theorized,
almost as dangerous as jump- tough, as many of the terror- "I guess it's because people
ing in the ocean next to the 25- starved people seeing Jaws re- enjoy being scared . . I can
foot long shark featured in the turn for a second and third tell where the movie is at just
film. time. by the screaming or cheers
"Those Wednesday afternoon After only one week of show- from the audience.',
prices were a mistake," com- ing Jaws, one could sit any- Apparently some people do
mented Worden "because the where in the theater and hear like to have their hair stand on
crowds are unbeardble then." someonewhispering to a friend, end, which Jaws certainly does.
BUT UNBEARABLE or not, "Get ready for this next scene, One little boy, when asked if he
the Butterfield theater chain it's really good." liked the movie, responded, "I
plans to draw customers in for hated it." However, as he step-
a full 15 weeks, ending the re- WHY do people keep re- ped into the street he asked his
cord-long run sometime in turning to a movie which has a mother, "When can we go
Sept. plot that can be recounted in again."
Hypnosis enter oers
unique cure for bad habits

U students embittered
over fall tuition increase

(Continued from Page 3)
His brother Tom declared, "I
don't see why Michigan has
such a high tuition. I don't
think they are giving under-
grads a good education."
HE STATED he would not
support a strike, though he
would like to see "a more item-
ized account of where the money
is going."
Claudia Allen, another student,
also called for the University to
account for its money. "I don't
want to see them charge too
much again," she said referring
to the 1973 tuition hike where
the University ended up with a
sorplos to the tune cf $1.018omil-

lion.
Allen said, "I think the Uni-
versity has all sorts of mioaey.
I have no great faith in the Uni-
versity's financial need,' and
added that she would most like-
ly support a strike.
ONE FRESHMAN identifying
himself only as Tom disagreed.
"I'm sure they have good rea-
sons for the hike. But from my
point of view it.isn't cool."
Chip Ellis, another freshman,
agreed, "I can see the price
hike. Everything else is going
up. You've got to pay for a good
education."
However, Franke pointed out
that "this makes it harder for
hardship cases to get by."

(Continued from Page 3) ple with certain
damage, and t
DANIELLE Boardman, wife senile. All cant
of a graduate student in the long enough to g
School of Public Health, has he said.
been seeing Beltz since Febru- "There arev
ary because she had been suf- gers," said Bell
fering for seven years with a explained prevei
constant tension headache. taken to insure h
"For the first time I have ty.
whole periods of time without HE pointed to
headaches," said Danielle, add- One is the respo
ing, "The cost is worth it." by a client unint
Boardman said she has paid as going into a
Beltz $550 so far and intends on sound of the sig
continuing for a few more given by the
months on a weekly basis. "this will not hal
"I am totally conscious and to a qualified
I talk to him while I am in a said.
trance," she explained. Beltz
has also helped her with cramps ........: :::....................
by "making my hand act like
a heating pad when I put it on Theeyelids
m y stom ach ," she said. H e didth t r u s g ti w l
this through suggestion wvhile
she was in a trance. Client then1
BELTZ stressed there is "no Centration.'
power or magic involved in
hypnosis. I teach people how to
use that state to their advan-
tage. They can still refuse (hyp-
nosis). No way can I control a
person."
BELTZ uses a Chevreul pen- "S y mi th mtm
dulum, a glass bubble-like ball khere the victir
on a chain, or a disc to "facili- oth angert
tate" his client into hypnosis. other danger
"The disc has two patterns - wlaimed,"t hand
the pattern going out, when it won't happen.
twirling, conflicts with the one rare."
going in," explained Beltz. The The majorityc
evelids tire, become heavy, and are women betw
close. The client then reaches
a heightened state of concen- 21-35 years. Bow
tration." litical figures, de
During a session clients are and businessmen
positioned in a large, black him, Beltz report
comfortable reclining chair
facing the disc which is located WHEN he fir
near Beltz's desk, flanked by a
display of numerous diplomas Jack Nicklaus
and credentials. defend his kout
OF THE six levels of hypno- ers' title in the
sis, 80 per cent of those sus- Fort Worth, Tex.
ceptible to hypnosis will go into
the medium level and the rest Jockey Ken
will go into deep hypnosis, said Louisiana scored
Beltz.ofhscrew
Four kinds of people cannot of his career w
be voluntarily hypnotized: ba- called Herrenfr
bies, withdrawn psychotics, peo- Aqueduct this

kinds of brain
hose who are
not concentrate
o into a trance,
very few dan-
tz, however he
ntive steps are
is clients' safe-
two rare risks:
onse to a signal
entionally, such
trance at the
gnal they were
hypnotist, but,
ppen if one goes
hypnotist," he

Beltz said, he charged k
-"$10 per session." S
raised his fees, his clii
mostly "highly educa
economically sound."
On a heavy week Be
18-20 clients individua
also is a consultant a
Prison for drug addiction
therapy, costing $15 per
is also available.
Beltz said it takes ab
sessions to help weight
study habits, and about
cure smoking. Druga
help takes "a long time
ing on the person."
BELTZ said he finds
"more intelligent the b

ow rates
ince he
entele is
ted and
eltz sees
lly. He
it Milan
G ri

Upper House backs
Gandhi's actions

tire, become heavy, and clos
reaches a heightened state o

".op (Continued from Page 1)
r session There was no explanation why
lout five about 70 opposition members
loss and were not present when the vote
four to was taken. However, even be-
addiction fore the emergency, opposition
depend- members would not turn out in
force for votes since the Con-
that the gress party has a solid majority,
etter the and can pass legislation easily.
THE BILL gives parliament's
sanction to the declaration of a
state of emergency originally
The promulgated June 26 by a presi-
dential decree.
Gandhi, in separate speeches
f con- in both houses of parliament,
said the emergency had become
a "painful necessity" following
what she described as plans by
opposition parties to subvert her
-Beltz government and destroy democ-
racy.
She insisted that the emer-
gency had nothing to do with her
the lev- conviction last month of violat-
up and ing election laws in winning her
ins long- parliament seat. The ruling,
which she is appealing to the
t hypno- Supreme Court, led to a threat-
n which ened c i v i l disobedience cam-
subcon- paign by opposition parties de-
awer has manding her resignation.
lnse." THE EMERGENCY was pro-
tionally,claimed three days b-fore the
sill be,' opposition agitation was due to
eat ages begin with a week of planned
between demonstrations and r a 11i e s
iee against Gandhi.

The prime minister gave no
indication how long the emer-
getcy would last, but said: "No-
body wants this type of situa-
tion to continue forever.
Gandhi a 1 s o indicated the
country would never have its
former free-wheeling style of
democracy, even if the emer-
gency is lifted.
"THERE CAN be no return to
the pre-emergency days of total
license and political permissive-
ness," she said.
Goray's statement said the op-
position members originally had
decided to attend the session
because they t h o u g h t their
sneeches might be reported
"freely and faithfully in spite
of the press censorship.'
But he said the opposition was
dismayed to learn that censors
barred any reporting of speech-
es from parliament except those
made by cabinet ministers.
The domestic press is heavily
censored. Prior censorship on
foreign correspondence was dis-
continued Monday but the gov-
ernment insisted instead that
reporters sign a pledge to ob-
serve a list of guidelines in pre-
paring their dispatches. Copies
must be submitted to the censor
after they have been sent. Some
reporters Siave signed and some
have not. There has been no
enforcement yet.

substitution,"
im will- replace
another is an-
which Beltz
le in ways that
It is also very
of his clientele
een the ages of
ever, local po-
ans, professors
have come to
ed.
st started out,
says he will
mrament Play-.
tournament at
., in August.
Hargrave of
I the first win
hen a maiden
iseuh won at
spring.

subject will be because
els of concentration go
they hold onto suggestio
er."
Also Beltz pointed ou
sis relies on imaginatit
is a function of. one's
scious, therefore "willpt
nothing to do with respo
"The more stable emo
the better the subjectv
he said, adding the b
for doing hypnosis is
seven and 23 years of a
artistic writina?
If you are interest
ed in reviewin
esetry, and must
wor iting featur
sories about the
drama; dance, fir
ats: Contact Arta
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ichigan Datty.

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