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THE :RICR f,;A r DAILY

l'E 1NE DAY, JL1I1F '?1. x.96'

TilE MICHIf~AN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1967

(aked Among the Wolves' -.
'ough, To-the-Point War Film
By ANDREW LUGG had a different texture than the must not be swept under the car-
ot synopsis of "Naked Among other footage. Or I might praise pet.
Wolves": During the last the fine use of the 'scope screen. Nor will I rap this film by
s of the Second World War a the use of lenses with small depth suggesting that the Polish film
is transfered from Auschwitz of field (foreground characters in industry is liberalizing, because
uchenwald. He carries a suit- focus, with the background out- their subject matter is no longer
in which there is a small of-focus) and so on. For this film the collective war effort. It is the
. The film' relates how the such criticism is absurd. plight. of individuals within that

One-Third
Of Detroit
Police 'Ill'
iavauaglh Firm1 I1 1 ,
Dispute Over Wages;
Vlediation Try Fails
DETROIT (P-Nearly a third
of the 2,663 policemen on patrol
beats in Detroit were off the
job yesterday in a continuing dis-

ATLANTA CONVENTION:
AMA Reports Show Changing Attitudes
Toward Sex Among Adolescents, Women

effort. pute over wages.
I am left with two points: that Many had called in ill, while
"Naked Among the Wolves" is as others were under suspension. By
tough and to the point as any mid-morning'"763 of the men as-
war film that I have viewed, and signed to scout car duty or walk-
that being immune from criticism ing beats were absent.
does not mean that a film should T , p
not be'seen. The city s police force numbers
mare than 4000 but same depart-

ien is a straightforward indict-_
ent of the mentality behind Nazi"
oncentration camps. Irk the face
f this, the film is almost im-S ee C mt
ssible to review. We cannot talk r-
out honesty of presentation G ( v /1 /f -g
nce this is precluded by the U S lUU 1'O 1* . UI
tagnitude of the atrocities. Of1
nurse there cannot be a factual Continued from Page.1) They said they had sougl
ndering or re-creation of such ' eyberte oug
orrors. president of Wayne State Uni- hearing before the appropria
I cannot even begin to appre- versity said of their cut of $1.1 committee before it took a
ate "the concentration camp." million "It will be impossible to butwsere refused.
o me it Is simply a historical operate next year, on a $32.9 mil- Officials at the University
ict. I was born during the war, so lion allocation.:' noted that rising costs, pla
iat I have no experience of Niehuss said it has not yet been salary increases and enrolli
iscism. The nearest I' have come determined whether pleas for more increases cannot be worked
> direct experience is to witness money will be possible on the legis- a "hold the line" budget. A1
ie police seizure of a movie. lature's tight schedule. If a pre- tuition increase for both in
Intellectually, I can only under- sentation were made, he said, it and out-of-state has been hir
;and the record of the camps. It would probably be by a joint com- The University budget ca

ments such as the detective bu-
reau were not involved in the ab-°
sence from work.

ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. iIP-In needs. It is possible that in the
today's younger generation, the near future there will be an in-
so-called "sexual revolution 'is creasing number of problems in'
bringing more of "a change in marriage centering around the
attitude than behavior," a psy- lack of sexual satisfaction by the
chiatrist told the American Med- wife," Bell said.
ical Association yesterday. Masterson, of Cornell University
Two similar reports indicated Medical College, said: "I think
that increasing evidence shows our fears about sexual misbehav-
"a number of women may pass ior have led us to underrate thej
their husbands in sexual interest fact that beginning sexual ex-
and desire." And use of birth perience for many youngsters is
contrQl pills might be part of the often fraught with anguish and
cause, one of the reports disclosed. pain, and, therefore, can be as
"I would suggest that we are much a trial as a pleasure.
not seeing orgies or lack of con- "One does not remove as easily
trol but rather a different kind of as an overcoat values which,
control-self-control based not on transmitted from generation to
guilt or fear of disapproval but generation, have beeh inculcated
on a concept of human relations into one's conscience throughout
that emphasizes self-respect, hu- childhood," he said.
man worth and human dignity," "My guess," he said, "is that
said Dr. James F. Masterson Jr. the advanced guard of the younger
of New York. generation are indeed exhibiting
Adolescents now, more than be- a great deal more sexual freedom
fore, are demanding "logical rea- but that the majority, while still
sons for ethical standards," Mas- holding to traditional patterns In
terson told the AMA, convening their ,behavior even as their par-
in Atlantic City. ents did, are at the same time
Dr. Robert R. Bell, sociologist submitting their concepts, pre-
of Temple University in Phila- viously taken for granted, 'to ser-,
delphia, reported on sexuality n ious and searching scrutiny."
women. Wives who continue to use birth
A study of 196 college-educated control pills show increased in-
wives indicates that about one in terest in sex, while those who quit

the pill often show less, a four-
year psychiatric study finds.
The pill-taking wives suffer
less from depression and anxiety,
and their husbands generally ben-
efit psychologically also.
And wives who quit the pill may
do so as a way of fighting back
against dominant husbands. This
tends to make their husbands.
more anxious.I
The study, the first made of
psychological factors in use of
birth control pills, was described
Monday to the American Med-I
ical Association .by Dr. FrederickI
J. Ziegler and David A, Rodgers,
Ph.D., of the Cleveland Clinic
Foundation, Sali Ann Kriegsman
of Chevy Chase, Md., and Dr.
Purvis L. Martin of San Diego,
Calif., where the study centered.
It involved psychological test-
ing before and during use of the
pills by 24 couples. 15 of whom
stayed on pills throughout the
study, while nine women gave
them up.
Among the main findings, said
Dr. Ziegler, a psychiatrist, were:
-Both groups of women had
about the same amount of an-I
noying side effects, such as head-
ache and nausea, from the pills.
-Wives who continued the pills

are apparently "willing to tolerate
these annoyances if they enjoy
sexuality," if they don't think
their husbands are being exces-
sively demanding sexually, and if
"they feel general responsibility
foi' managing family affairs."
These wives are relatively more
responsible and more "intellectu-
ally and socially effective than
their husbands."
They retained more interest in
sex relations than the other wives,
"to the point that husbands esti-
mated on the average their wives
desired more frequent sexual re-
'lations than they did them-
selves."
Wives who quit pills consistent-
ly regarded their husbands as
wanting intercourse on the aver-
age "more than half again as
often as they themselves would
like."
Side effects of the pills were
used as an excuse to stop, but
could be a protest against domi-
nance by putting responsibility for
birth control upon the husband.
Husbands of wives who con-
tinued pills seem to show im-
proved morals and probably im-
proved general effectiveness in
living,. while the other husbands
showed opposite changes.

;ht a fho

The policemen's union urged its
embers to stay on the job al-
tough a settlement of the dispute
>peared remote.
Mayor . Jerome P. Cavanagh,
>me in a hurry from the U.S.

uons
etion,
have
inned
ment
into
large
state
anted.
nnot

Conference of Mayors in Honolu-
lu, held firm in his rejection of
the pay demand. At the same
time mediation efforts collapsed.
The mayor termed the pay de-
mand "impossible." In a thrust
at the Detroit Police Officers As-
sociation he declared, "We don't
propose to abdicate control to the
I DPOA." He and the DPOA, an
unaffiliated policeman's union,
have been feuding.
The men off the job included
193 suspended for an alleged slow-
down in the writing of traffic
I violation tickets.

receive action by the Regents until
final budget figures are approved.
Niehuss said that at the Univer-,
sity, the Regents can meet on{
call when a final amount is de-

i

cided. The police union demands a
"We don't see the prospect of top pay of $10,000 a year. The top;
getting more than Romney's rec- is now $8,335 in the fifth year of
ommendations, even with fiscal a man's service. City officials say
reform," Niehuss predicted. ,the budget doesn't permit any 1
"Wh.ether or nozt more revenues more money.
are found with an income tax, Gov. George Romney said State
the final budget figure will fall Police and the National Guard
somewhere between the senate were under alert to aid Detroit if
figure and Romney's request," he necessary. Cavanagh, however, saidj
said. he did not believe this necessary.
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said, since "there is biologically
little to restrict the frequency
with which women can indulge in
sexual intercourse."
The older husbands may become
"neither physically nor psycho-
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horrendous circumstances. Exquisite color, with an eye for
the drama of death! DEMANDS A TASTE
FOR VIOLENCE. IF YOU HAVE IT -
THE FASCINATION IS
INDEED THERE!"
-Judith Crist
World Journa@ tribune
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