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Hypnosis / Florida College Prof. #58361

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 09, 1979
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(Studio) Report on controversial classroom techniques of Bradenton, Florida, college prof. Arlie Lincks.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Bradenton, Florida) Hearing by Manatee Junior College board of trustees in case of college president Wilson Wetzler's complaints about Prof. Lincks' use of hypnosis demonstrations in classroom detailed. Chgs. against Lincks stated; his demonstration of technique for board and spectators noted. [LINCKS - explains.] Support for Prof. from most students at college stated. [Student Kathy CULTRER - comments.] Matter at issue said to be Lincks' alleged insubordination, not hypnosis itself.
REPORTER: Bob Sirkin

(Studio) Lincks' suspension for remainder of semester and school's plans to reinstate him in summer session noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Robinson, Max;
Sirkin, Bob

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