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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 Ttll HERAID _ Wpdnncltsv. April 1? HVJ. College teacher a fake HKAXnON Mun. (CD Bii'imion I'nivcvsily says an as- Midair professor im ils stall for almost1 a. yoar impersonalitl an Anic'rk'im The universily said in a statc- nunH LI been confirmed to the salipLuMiw M the univer- sity's board ol twvcrnors'1 that the the crcdpn- tials of Dr. Martin John Bolin Jr.. chief psychologist of tbc I'.S. ret'orniL-Uory al Petersburg, V.T. The statement says ere- der.rials were usixl last summer when the man, known hero as Fr. Martin .loseph Bohn. negoti- ated his appointment with the unr. ersih, lie u LIS dismissed effeclive March 31 and h.is not hec-n seen since April '2. In a telephone interview tlie Brandon Sun from Virginia, the real Dr. Bohn snid: "You can imagine I'm sur- prised, and thiii's as much as I'll say risht now." The' KCMP said the former and his wife are being sought for questioning. The uni- versity said a telegram was re- ceived from him April 3 from DCS Plair.cs, III University President Dr. A. L. Dnlmage said the man uas engaged after an intervicw in Boston with Dr. E. J. Tyler, head of the psychology depart- ment. HAD GOOD riLE At thnl time he said he was in private practice al NVorcesler, Mass., and presented "an au- thentic file on Dr. Martin J. Bohn Jr. originated with the eduralional placement office al the University of lou'a.'1 Dr. Tyler t e 1 e p h n n e rl Worcester physician given as reference and received a favor- able report Dr. Dulmage said the staff member came under criticism by students in the early part of the academic year and under more careful by his colleagues. During the lirst term his duties were confined to leach- intr. In the second term he was asked to join an inter-discipli- nary research project but refused. Last Friday, said Dr. mage, Cliff Anderson of the psychology department was checking a card catalojme in the university library when he came across a book written by Dr. Bohn American psy- chologist D. K. Super. It was recalled thai, the stafi mem her had said he was co-au- thor with Dr. Super of a book to be published this year Dr. Anderson called Dr. Super who said lhat as far as he knew TBohn was still working in Virginia. "Other calls were made ovei the weekend, especially to the real Dr. Bobn, and H left us with no doubt lhat the man here was an said Dr. Dul mage. Crippling air strike settled SAN MATEO, Cjilif.