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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Frank Hague Indulges In Flag Waving

Art Cinema League
To Present'Janosik'
"Janosik," a Czechoslovakian film
telling the story of a national hero,
will be brought to the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre Friday and Saturday,
Oct. 28 and 29 by the Art Cinema
League.
The film, based on a story by J.
Mahen and directed by MacFric,
deals with conditions of serfdom in
18th century Czechoslovakia. Janosik,
an outlaw, works to restore freedom
to his people, and becomes extremely
powerful. This movie tells the story
of his exploits.
There will be a Friday matinee as
well as evening performances Friday
and Saturday. All seats are reserved.
Guidance Pro ject
Helps Personality
Maladjustments
(Continued from Page 1)
the responsibility for dealing with'
the case.
Probably the most interesting as-
pects of this work for the layman are
the problem chillren that the Bureau
deals with. The first type is a child
with a minor, personal maladjust-
ment, such as slyness, day-dreaming,
emotional instability, etc. It is often
these individuals who have been un-
able to make a stable and personally
satisfactory vocational adjustment.
The second and most interesting, as
well as important, from a social psy-
chological point of view is the anti-
social type, evidenced by lying, dis-
obedience, temper, truancy, and other
such behavior. These cases often in-
clude children who have already been
brought before a court on delinquency
charges, and the others are often pre-
delinquents, or potential delinquents.
The third type are children who
find difficulty in school work, referred
to the Bureau because of their poor
attitudes or because of special dis-
abilities such as speech, reading, 'deaf-
ness, etc. It is here that the interest-
ing and vital work of the Speech
Clinic and the Psychological Clinic of
the Institute for Human Adjustment
'is done. These divisions, located on the
campus, will each be discussed in a
separate and more detailed article
since the actual handling of cases will
be observed first hand.
In this aspect of its work as well
as the vocational guidance work the
Bureau concludes its activities with
co-operative relations with other
agencies, and follows up each case
' with evaluation processes to determine
both the value of the work being done
and possible improvement of the
techniques being used.
, CORRECTION . .
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Stevenson News
The Inside of Sports
Vocal Varieties
Jack Haley
First Nighter
Burns and Allen
Hollywood Hotel
Grand Central Station
Seymour Simons
News
Frank Dailey's Orchestra
Joe Venuti's Orchestra
Dick Barrie's orchestra

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Stop and Go
Duncan C. McCrea
Answer
From A Rose Garden
Chansonette
Symphonic Strings
The Crimson Wizard
Dick Jurgens' orchestra
European News
Jazz Nocturne
Canadian Club Reporter
Impressions
Sammy Kaye's orchestra
Bob Crosby's Orchestra
WXYZ
Day in Review
Benny Kyte orchestra
Dick Todd
The Lone Ranger
Warden Lawes
If I Had A Chanc
Musical Momenits
March of Time
Design for Dacin;
Donald Noviis Sings
Chas, G, Givens
Maurie Baker orchestra
To be announced
Frank Novak orchestra

WWJ
6:00 Tyson's Sports
6:30 Bradcast
7:00 Amos 'n' Andy
7:30 The Black Ace
8:00 Cities Service hour
n:00 Waltz Time
9:30 Death Valley Days
10:00 Lady Esther Serenade
10:30 Violin Concert
11:00 Newcast
11:30 Hotel Statler Orchestra
12:00 Webster Hall Orchestra
12:30 Plantation Club Orchestra

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What it takes, Miss Brenda Du-
ana Duff Frazier (above) has-to
be ranked the No. 1 "glamor girl"
among this season's crop of debu-
tantes in New York. So say pbserv-
ers of the social ebb and flow. ;Her
mother is Mrs. Frederick Watriss.
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Behind old glory sits Mayor Frank Hague whose flag-holding lent a
personally patriotic note to Jersey City's Democratic rally supporting
William H. I1 Ely for the U. S. senate. Secretary of War Harry Woodring
spoke in Ely's behalf, and news reports call the demonstration the largest
in Mayor Hague's home town since his huge Americanization rally
last May.
'Boy Friend Adolf Not So Bad,
Student In Gernany Discovers
The people of Germany today "have "We believe that this must be a new
no shadows over their heads and are era in Germany," he writes, "because
free and happy," Frederick House, all the stories about the food, at least
'41M, of Ann Arbor, reports in letters
to his family here. from Germany here in the rich Rhineland, are un-
where he is spending a year taking founded. They serve us sweet butter.
courses at the University of Brin. Of course they pass it on to the next
-h Bperson but they place about a half
House and Paul Rosenberg, a grad- pound of it before you each time you
uate engineer, reached Germany Oct. sit down." To put it in a nut shell,"
1. Fearing censorship of their letters lie said, "the type of people we asso-
by German authorities, they ar- ciate with have no shadows over their
ranged with their correspondents heads and they are free and happy."
here to :call Hitler "the boy friend" Wh en he and Rosenberg arrived in
when speaking of him. The only we eadRsnegarvdi
mention they have made of him so Rotterdam, they were warned by the
far, however, seems not to necessi- consulate that unsettled conditions
fate any ;rensorshipn: in Europe made departure for Ameri-
Whn I get home I will have lots cans advisable. However, House said,
to say about the boy friend who after they couldn't have gotten back if
all isn't so bad. In fact it seems a lot they had wanted to, because all the
like home. In a speech last night ships were filled with "frightened
certain sentences practically para- Americans" and many officers were
phrased some I've heard around the sleeping in the lounges to turn their
fireside at home." rooms over to passengers.

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