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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,

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BLAME UNWARRANTED:
Manager Denies Movies Are
Cause of Juvenile Delinquency

Health Leaders
To Frame Plan
Aiding Millions
Conference To Be Held
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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

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To blame the movies as a prin-
cipal cause for juvenile delinquency
is outmoded and a "lazy man's atti-
tude," according to Gerald Hoag,
manager of a local movie theatre.I
"Although it was a common thingt
in the 1920's to condemn movies for
their demoralizing effect on chil-
dren," he declared in an interview1
yesterday, "that attitude has slowly
changed due to actual surveys madej
by several colleges, as well as the
fact that movies themselves are con-
tinually improving in content and
treatment."
Not Adverse Influence
"Movies will never affect a childY
adversely if he is with his parents,"r
Hoag contended. "It also follows," he
said, "that a child can do no harm
either, when accompanied by his
parents or other adults."
The fact that Ann Arbor never had
any widespread juvenile delinquencyi

until the recent war years was
pointed out by Hoag, who also in-
dicated that the destructiveness
commonly practiced by children in
the theatie during that time had
since decreased in frequency, al-
though not "in viciousness."
One of the most stringent rules ofj
the company to which this local
theatre belongs concerns advertising,
Hoag said. He remarked that he
found this regulation worthwhile es-
pecially in regard to children. "Our
practice of inserting notes to parents
in our newspaper advertising when
we think a certain picture is not
of interest to children," he com-
nented, "always results in a notice-
able decrease of child patronage."
Hoag answered the complaint that
"Western" movies are harmful to
children by saying, "There is no such
thing as a 'bad' Western. The hero al-
ways wins and the villain is always
punished."
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~Ut U ICCS Willow Village Program for Vet-
erans and the isrVWivs
Forty million people in the United eran rlay, oer W 1: Brideat
State do not have minimum health 2 and at 7 p.m.. Card Room.
services. Saturday, June 15: Rcord Play-
With this fact in mind, a confer- ing, 8 p.m., Auditorium.
ence on local health 'units under the
sponsorship of the University's School ACUc~hntiC Notices
of Public Health will corvene here Room assignments for final exam-
Sept. 8 to formulate a program for -nation in Chem cal and Metalirz,-
ameliorating sub - minimum health ca ineei 1-
conditions throughout the country. nd .
Thne conference will be held in' Rooms 348 and 347, West Engi-
neering Bldg.: All Prof. Monroe's
cooperation with the State and '1r- Quiz Sections. All Prof. Wood's Quiz
ritorial Health Officials' Association, Sections. All Prof. Thomassen's Quiz
the American Public Health Associa- Sections.
tion and the W. K. Kellogg Founda- Rom
tion, which will meet all the expenses. Room 102, Architecture Bldg.: All
Registration for the conference is Prof. Briers Quiz Sections. All Prof.
expected to be about 100 and it will Foust's Quiz Sections,
be open to invited guests only. Room 445, West Engineering Bldg.:
The purpose of the conference is AllMr. Banchero's Quiz Sections.
to secure more complete coverage of Room 311, West Engineering Bldg.:
the nation with adequate full time All Prof. Schneidewind's Quiz See-

B3eurbaumn.......Ger. 1, Sec.
erbaum.. . . . ...(Ger. 1, Sec.
Beebaum .......Ger. 2, Sec.
ilu1r,aum .. .......Ger. 32 Sec.
2054 Natural Science
IKahan..........(Ger. 1, Sec.
W ahr'.i. . . . .. .. . .Ger. 32, Sec.
2032 Natural Science
Eaton ...........G er. 2, Sec.
Eaton. ..........Oer. 32, Sec.
"D" Haven Hall
Kahan..........(Ger. 2, See.
Kahlan..........er. 2, Sec.
"E" Haven hail
Rss.. . .........Ger. 1, Sec.
(", Han ha i
Krueg . . ......Cr. 1, Sec.
W t Lecture Room -- Physics
Braun ..........Gcr. 1, Sec.
Braun ...........Ger. 2, Sec.
Braun.........Ger. 2, Sec.

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Silva's sections, 231 Angell Hall.
Lederle's and Bromage's sections,
35 Angell Hall.
Phillips' sections, 25 Angell Hall.
Kallenbach's sections, 1035 Angcll
Hall.
Rossiter's sections, Room B, Haven
Hall.
Speech 31 and 32 Examinations:
The following rooms have been as-
signed for examinations on Monday,
June 17, 2-4 p.m.:
Section 8, 9, 13 (31), Bender, Room
B, Haven Hall.
Section 2 (32), Bender, Room B,
Haven Hall.
Section 5 and 14 (31), Steens,
2225 Angell Hall.

Section 12 (31). Mead, 2203 Angell
Hall.
teetion 15 (31), Battin, 4203 Angell
Ha ll.
Section 1, 5, 7 ( 32), Palmer, 3017
Angell Hall,
Speech 35 Examination will be giv-
en June 19 from 8-10 a.m. in room
1035 A.H.
Doctoral Examination for Helen
Laura Foster, Geology: thesis: "The
Geology of the Mt. Leidy Highlands,
Teton County, Wyoming," to be held
on Wednesday. June 12. at 4:00 p.m.
at 4065 Natural Science. Chairman,
A. J. Eardley.
(Continued on Page 7)

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German 1 a-id 2 makeup examina-
tions will be given in Room 203 Uni-
versity Hall Friday, June 14, from
7:00-9:00 p.m. All students intend-

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CASH
for your sed
TEXTBQ O.S
WANTED: 50 students to work during
our school opening rush, starting
June 28th.
ANN ARBOR'S BUSY BOOKSTORE

local Health Units. Registrants at
the conference will include State
Health Commissioners and directors
of local Health Services for each
State Department.
The program will be under the
direction of Dr. Haven Emerson, who
is chairman of the committee on
local Health Units of the American
Public Health Association. Among
the guest speakers will be: Dr. Allen
Freeman, Johns Hopkins U.; Dr. Wil-.
son G. Smillie, Cornell Medical
School; Dr. Harry Mustard, Colum-
bia U.; Dr. Ira V. Hiscock, Yale U.;
Dr. Carl E. Buck, American Public
Health Association; Dr. Gaylord An-
derson, U. of Minnesota.
Telegraph Rate Increase
To Go into Effect Today
WASHINGTON, June 11 -(IP)--
The Federal Communications Com-
mission said today a 10 per cent in-
crease in Western Union telegraph
rates, except for commercial news de-
partment charges, will go into effect
at midnight.

tions. ing to take this makeup examina-
Room 1042, East Engineering Bldg.: tion must register at the department-
All Prof. Upthegrove's Quiz Sections. al office, 204 University Hall.
English 1, Final Examination History 12, Lecture Section 2, final
Schedule for Tuesday, June 18, 8-10 examination, Monday, June 17, 10:30-
a.m. 12:30 a.m. Discussion sections 5, 6,
Austin 103 Ec Riepe 207 Ec 9, 10, 11, and 12 (with Leslie and
Bacon 206 UH Robertsgn Kistler) in Natural Science Audi-
Calver 203 UH 3011 AH torium; discussion sections 5a, 10a,
Chase 202 WPhy Sparrow E Hay 11a, and 12a (with Heideman, Thorn-
Dice 3209 AH Stimson Ghay oiough) in Room 25 Angell Hall:
Fletcher 16 A Stocking 203 E CSussion sections 7 and 8 (Slosson)
Fullerton 4203 All Weaver 1017 All I iooi 231Angel 11:ll
Norton 209 AU Welsch 2054 NS
O'Neill 2231 AH Whan 2116 NSj-~
Plumer 3056 NS Wolfson 3116 NS History 50, final examination
English 2, Final Examination Tuesday, June 18, 2-4; Adams to
Schedule for Tuesday, June 18, 8-10 Linden, Room 1025 Angell Hall;
a.m. Luttnmim to Zeeb, Room B Haven
Abel 18 All Markland 231 All Hall.
Baker 201 Uhf MeCIennen -.-
Bertram 1035 AH 202 EI Political Science 1 and I:
Boyd 225 AH Morris 3231 AH The following rooms will be used
Boys 1007 All Muehl 2013 AH for the final examination (Saturday,
Brower Needham 229 AH June 15, 10:30-12:30) for Political
W Phy Lee Panush 2082 NS Science I:
Cohn 2003 NS Peake 2235 AH Norton's sections, 1025 Angell Hall.
Edwards 1018 AH Rayment 2014 AH Steuerwald's and MacLoed's sec-
Engel 4003 AH Rich 3010 AH tions, Natural Science Aud.
Everett 2016 AH Schroeder 35 AH Scheips' sections, Room C, Haven
Fogle W Phy Lee Sessions 215 Ec Hall.
Gram 2219 AH Shedd 4208 AH Political Science II: Final exam-
Greenhut 1020 AH Smith 231 All ination (Sat., June 15, 10:30-12:30)
Hawkins 2203 AH Stevenson
Hayden 2029 AH 1121 NS
Huntley 6 All Wells 22:35 All CHASA
King 2215 All "Wunsch 40,54 NS i r.A m 'c a A r-r A r-

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REMEMBER to write us a line when you
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TIME TABLE for
ALL-STUDENT SPECIAL TRAIN
June 19, 1946

Make-up final

examination for

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Ann Arbor........5:30 P.M. EST
Buffalo .........11:15 P.M. "
Rochester .......12:25 A.M.
Syracuse .........1 :55 A.M. "
Utica ............2:50 A.M.-"
Albany..........4:35 A.M. "
N.Y.C. ..........7:45 A.M. "

Boston coach (requires 50)
Lv. Albany6.........6:30 A.M.

Ar. Pittsfield

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Boston..........11:35

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MAKE YOUR DEPOSIT OF $1.00 NOW
AND BE SURE OF A SEAT

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both English 1 and 2, Tuesday, June
18, 7 to 9 p.m., in Room 2225 Angell
Hall.
Room Assignents for German 1,
2, 31, 32 final examinations to be
held Friday, June 14, 8:00-10:00 a.m.
35 Angell Hall
Krueger........ .Ger. 1, Sec. 7
Van Duren.......Ger. 2, Sec. 8
Dewey ..........Ger. 2, Sec. 7
1035 Angell Hall
Willey ..........Ger. 1, Sec. 4
Willey...........Ger. 2, Sec. 2
Rashen .........Ger. 2, Sec. 11
2003 Angell Hall
Pott.............Ger. 2, Sec. 9
Pott.......... Ger. 2, Sec. 16
Pott ............(Gir 31, Sec. 2
2225 Angel Hal
Philippson.......Ger. 1, Sec. 1
Philippson......(Ger. 1, Sec. 2
Philippson ........ Ger. 32, Sec.4
3017 Angell Hall
Reichart ........ Ger. 2, Sec. 5
Reichart.........Ger. 31, Sec. 1
205 Mason Hall
Gaiss............Ger. 1, Sec. 3
Gaiss............Ger. 2, Sec. 1
Gaiss ...........Ger. 31, Sec. 3

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Phone 2-1 721
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Call at this office for your R.R. tickets beginning Saturday, June 15.
Because of lack of support, we are forced to cancel our June 18 train.
Those desiring refunds, please present your receipt before June 14.
BOERSMA TRAVEL SERVICE, Inc.

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love the clever play clothes
the Elizabeth Dillon Shop
has gathered for you-you'll
find yourself the focal point
of interest anywhere in these
gay, irresistible togs.

Mezzanine, Slater's Book Store

Phone 2-3155

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Cotton dirndl skirts and
peasant blouse - to wear
here, there and everywhere.

Shorts, crew shirts and
Peddle Pushers-we have
them all-- the selection
is bountiful and beauti-
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Peddle Pushers in checks
and solids - at $5.40
and up.

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