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FOUR

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY'

FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1942

League Dance Is Tonight

ASSOCIATED PRESS

Youths 18 To 20 To Register
For Selective Service June 30

The fifth national selective service
registration, affecting youths be-
tween the ages of 18 and 20 inclusive,
will be handled from Z a.m. to 9 p.m.
June 30 at six posts for all of Wash-
tenaw County.
All registration for Ann Arbor resi-
dents will take place at a single of-
fice here. Officials, expecting a small
registration, have not as yet decided
on the exact location of the post,
Great Movies
To Be Revived
ByArt Cinema
Robeson Stars In O'Neill's
'Emperor Jones'; Four
Film Series To Follow
Five of the greatest productions in
' the history of moviedom will be
brought to Ann Arbor during the
194 summer session by the Art Cin-
ema League.
Opening the season at 8:15 p.m.,
June 125, in the Rackham Lecture
Hall, will be the original screen ver-
sion of Eugene O'Neill's "Emperor
Jones." Paul Robeson, Negro bari-
tone of international repute, plays
the lead in this powerful story of a
pullman porter who became king.
Weird effects are supplied by the
native drum throbbing in the mem-
orable jungle escape scene. Tickets
for this movie may be purchased at
Wahr's Bookstore. .
A series of four films will follow
"Emperor Jones," with the screwy
and hilariously musical Marx broth-
ers leading off on July 12 in their
Inimitable "Duck Soup."
Of different tone is the July 19
presentation of "The Lady Vanish-
es," a spy drama starring 'English
actors Margaret Lockwood and Mi-
chael Redgrave, and said by critics
to be director Alfred Hitchcock's
best production. Hitchcock has pro-
duced many notable fildis, including
"Saboteur," "Jamaica Inn," and
"Suspicion.."
A Russian-made film, "The Child-
hood of Maxim Gorky," will be the
Aug. 2 offering, in which the early
days of the noted Russian writer will
be portrayed. Gorky is the author
of "The Mother" and "The Bystand-
ers."'
Greta Garbo and the late Marie
("Tugboat Annie") Dressler will wind
up the series on Aug. 9 in another
O'Neill vehicle, "Anna Christie," the
intense- story of a sea captain's
:daughter.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
mets and Occupational Informa-
tion lias received notice of the fol-
lowing Civil Service Examinations.
Last date for filing applications is
noted in each case:
Medical Attendant (Male); induc-
tion salary, $1518 per year; June 25,
1942.
Student Public Health Nurse (Fe-
male); induction salary, $1584 per
year; applications will be accepted
until further notice.
General Staff Nurse-Relief-(Fe-
male); induction salary, $1848 per
year; applications will be accepted
until further notice.
Communicable Disease Nurse (Fe-
male); induction salary, $1980 per
year; applications will be accepted
until further notice.
Junior Appraiser (Male); induc-
tion salary, $2046 per year; July 7,
1942.

CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY
ROOM and BOARD
BOARD OFFERED by Kappa Sigma
fraternity. Good meals at $1.00
per day. Inquire at 806 Hill or
phone 4850.
LAUNDERING
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Careful work at low price. 2c
FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM: Also double with
adjoining lavatory. May be ar-
ranged as apartment. 422 E. Wash-
ington.

but said that it would be somewhere
in the downtown area.
The Ann Arbor Civilian Defense
Volunteer Office is now interviewing
prospective registrars to serve both
at the Ann Arbor and out-county
offices in the city. Those who have
had experience in former registra-
tions will be given preference. Ten
registrars will be needed for the Ann
Arbor registration place and two will
be assigned to help in the Wolverine
Building, one of the posts for out-
county registration.
Althouigh June 30 has been desig-
nated as the official registratior> day,
Col. E. M. Rosencrans, state selec-
tive service director, has authorized
local boards throughout the state to"
receive registrations on the preced-
ing Saturday, Sunday and Monday
at their 'regular hours.
Ann Arbor's Board No. 2, in the
Wolverine Building, will conduct
registrations for out-county men
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., June
27; from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., June 28,
and from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., June
29. The prior registration times for
Ann Arbor residents will. be an-
nounced when the registration place
has been approved.
The registration on June 30 will
include all men who have "attained
18th or 19th anniversary of the day
of birth on or before June 30, 1942,
or the 20th anniversary of the day
of birth after Dec. 31, 1941, and on
or before June 30, 1942."
Wolverine 'State'
Selects Officers
Girls Choose Temporary
Chairman,_Secretary
Marie Upchurch, Detroit, and
Beulah Evelyn Nancekivell, Royal
dak, were elected temporary chair-
man and secretary of the Wolverine
Girls' State which opened here yes-
terday with more than 200 "citizens"
from all parts of Michigan in at-
tendance.
Day-long meetings were held yes-
terday in preparation for' Friday's
politics when officers will be elected
along with governors and secretaries
for each of the 13 "colonies" into
which the girls have been divided.
Led by 20 University coeds, the
Girls' State will hold its week-long
sessions on citizenship in Mosher
Hall.
The Wolverine Girls' State is spon-
sored' by the American Legion Auxil-
iary to develop leadership qualities
in outstanding high school girls. The
Girls' State is the counterpart of the
Wolverine Boys' State now in session
at Michigan State College in East
Lansing under the sponsorship of
the American Legion.

First Summer
Hop Of Term
To Start 9 P.M.
Gordon Hardy To Play All
Summer At Reduced
Prices; Stags Allowed
Gordon Hardy and his new 11-
piece band take to the League ball-
room bandstand at 9 p.m. tonight
to officially open the summer social
season forMichigan's 3,000 war term
students.
The dancing goes on to midnight-
and it's for all Michigan students,
dating, or dateless. The week-end
dances will continue through the
summer term.
Hardy's orchestra is no stranger
to the League, having played there
throughout the spring semester. The
admission price will be lower than
during the regular year and will of-
fer a reduced rate for stags and
staggettes.
Everybody on campus is invited to
attend, according to the Social Di-
rector of the League, and those with-
out dates, whether men or women,
can "come alone and like it."
Men outnumber the coeds five to
one this summer, but it is hardly
expected that the same ration will
be carried to the League dance floor
on Friday and Saturday nights.
To take care of the discrepancy,
an ample staff of willing coed host-
esses has been pressed into service to
see to it that all can have a good
time.
Tickets may be purchased at the
League dance.
A partial list of the hostesses in-
cludes Jane Rostin, Dorothy Cham-
berlain, Louise Higbee, Doris Arner,
Mary Krull, Virginia Dodd, Mary
Elizabeth Whitlock, Ethel Shew-
rindt, Dorothy Zabin, Anne Belshaw,
Betty Jane Olson, Ann DeFries, Joan
Marshall Clement, Villa Schwartz-
feger, Mary Keppel, Marion Carlson,
Peggy Martin, and Dorothy Wine-
land.
Michigyan Collects
Tons Of Rubber

POCT URfE

NE WSA

In Salvage

Drive

LANSING, June 18.-(AP)- The
state Salvage for Victory Committee
estimated tonight Michigan has col-
lected 8,000,000 pounds of scrap rub-
ber since the start of the intensified
rubber reclamation drive Monday.
Meanwhile, Michigan's army of
17,000 state workers has been en-
rolled in the rubber salvage cam-
paign-and to make sure all em-
ployes participate their bosses plan
a check-up afterwards.
Department heads have agreed to
distribute pledge cards to their em-
ployes

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