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Phillips Brooks House Will Hear Sands on Delinquency

Juvenile Court Probation Officer to Give Illustrated Lecture in P. B. H.

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Speaking under the auspices of the Social Service Committee, C. Eliot Sands '26, Probation Officer of the Juvenile Court in Boston, will deliver a short lecture on "Juvenile Delinquency" at the Phillips Brooks House Wednesday at 8 o'clock.

Stressing the novel approach of the Boston court, Mr. Sands will outline the problem of delinquency and then illustrate his points by specific cases that have come to his attention in the five years he has been Probation Officer.

Because of the wide spread interest in this subject, the lecture will be open to the public and after the talk there will be an open forum to bring up questions about social service in general.

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