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December 11, 1926

JAPAN

JAMA. 1926;87(24):2012-2013. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680240056028

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Abstract

The Imperial Academy Hall  The new building of the Imperial Academy Hall in Ueno Park was completed at the end of September. The quiet colors of the building add much to its appearance against the green of the old trees of the park, and the superb interior decorations are quite worthy of a hall built for the use of the most learned circles in this country.

Investigations of Backward Children  The sanitary bureau of the Tokyo Muncipal Office and the Tokyo Imperial University have investigated the physical condition of 219 boys and 219 girls from the special classes of twenty-one primary schools in the city.The ages of the children were between 7 and 15 years; the greatest number were 10 years old, and next in order were those of 11 or 9 years. Of these children, 86.6 per cent were enrolled in the special classes owing to their poor

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