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T H E -MIMGA N D A LY

FRDAY, JUNE 26, 1942

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Emperor Jones' To Be Shown
Sunday By Art Cinema League

purchased at Wahr's Book Store.
Films following "Emperor Jones"
include dramas, comedies and trage-
dies, both domestic and imported. On
July 12 the Marx Brothers will ap-
pear in "Duck Soup," a picture which
set a new high in insanely inspired
laughs.
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, "The
Lady Vanishes" will be shown on
July 19. This picture, full of the
famous suspense created by the ro-
tund English gourmand, stars Mar-
garet Lockwood and Michael Red-
grave. Critics call it Hitchcock's best
picture. I
On Aug. 2 "The Childhood of Max-
im Gorky" will be shown. This pic-
ture 'is an import from the Soviet
Union and shows some of the new
developments in the celluloid art. The
picture, as the name indicates, por-
trays a portion of the life of the
great Russian author.
'Anna Christie'
The season of brilliant screen plays
will be concluded with another
O'Neill play-"Anna Christie." The
intense drama is the story of a sea
captain's Maughter. Greta Garbo and
the late Marie Dressler play stellar
roles.
The Art Cinema League each year
revives the masterpieces of the screen
plays. Series of comedies and series
of silent films have been run in the
past. Art Cinema Series have pro-
vided movie-goers with Ethe gems of
movie entertainment.

Student NoVels
To Be Printed
Five Of Nine Hopwood
Works Are Accepted
Four of the nine novels submitted
in the eleventh annual Hopwood
competition, which drew $2,650 in
prize money, have been accepted for
publication by three of the biggest
United States publishing houses, ac-
cording to Prof. Roy W. Cowden, di-
rector of the Hopwood Room.
Jay McCormick, four times winner
of a Hopwood award-the maxi-
mum times possible, will see his nov-
el, "November Storm," published by
Doubleday-Doran. McCormick, for-
mer editor of Perspectives and asso-
ciate editor of The Daily last year,
based his story on Great Lakes
steamer life.
. Rosemary J. Obermeyer's novel,
"Golden Apples of the Sun," a tale
of religious significance, will be pub-
lished by E. P. Dutton & Co.
Doubleday-Doran has accepted an-
other 1942 prize manuscript in Leslie
Cameron's "My Mother Is an Archi-
tect," a tale concerning life in a
Shaker colony.
Last year's $1,000 winner, Beatrice
Borst, follows in the footsteps of
Hopwood headliners Mildred Walker
("Fireweed," "The Brewer's Big
Horses," "Dr. Norton's Wife"), Iola
Fuller ("Loon Feather"), Marietta
Wolff ("Whistle Stop"), when her
book, "Nearer the Earth" rolls off
the Random House press in August.
Never before the 1942 contest have
the major American publishers been
so well represented.

League Holds
'Floral Fling'
To morrow
From 9 p.m. to midnight tomor-
row evening the League will be gaily
blossoming out for a "Floral Fling."
The flowers of June have provided
the inspiration for the theme of this
all-campus dance which will be ac-
companied by the music of Gordon
Hardy, His Piano and His Orchestra.
Flowers will not only be featured in
the decorations but will serve as iden-
tifying symbols for the staff of coed
hostesses. For this purpose a num-
ber of fresh /flowers have beers do-
nated by Ann Arbor florists.
Everybody on campus, whether
here the summer semester or the
eight week session, is invited to the
Floral Fling.
Hostesses for the evening, (those
girls wearing the 'purty' posies in
their topknots) will be:
Polly Estes, Mary Keppel, Gloria
McVittie, Cheryl Davidson, Dorothy
Wineland, Dorothy Chamberlain,
Joan List, Virginia Rock, Mary Lou
Knapp, Gerry Ratner, Sylvia Rat-
ner, Margaret Krull, Herma Fieder,
Midge Weiss, Elaine Brown, Gertrude
Inwood, Ruth Wood and Helen Rott-
schaefer.
"Keep A-Head of Your Hair"
Try the Michigan "Crew Cut," a Scalp
Treatment, or a Personality Hair Style.
Be Smart, Individual, and Suave. Ask
upperclassmen about us.
The DASCOLA BARBERS
Between State and Mich. Theatre

ASSO CIATED PRESS
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PUCTURE NEWS
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KING PETER LAUGHS AT ,PRESID9!NT1AL JOKE- Nineteen-year-old King ,Peter of Yugo-
slavia (left) laughed heartily at a joke President Ro osevelt told him during, ceremonies in which the
young king was welcomed to the White House as a n official visitor.

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Sumier Students Eligible
For Elementary Class
Elctrical Engineering 23n, a course
in elementary radio communication,
originally announced for the sum-
mer term, will be given in. the short
term from June 29 to August 21, ac-
cording to an announcement yester-
day by Prof. Lewis N. Holland of the
electrical engineering department.
EE 23n is .a course in the elements
of radio communication which will
give basic training in radio to those
interested in further work in the sig-
nal corps, air corps and other
branches, and those interested in ob-
tairiing amateur radio operator's li-
censes.
The course is primarily for those
enrolled in the literary college and
schools other than engineering. It
carries no prerequisites.
The first meeting of the class will
be held at 8 a.m., Monday, June 29,
in Room 223, West Engineering
Building. Three lectures will come at
8 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day, and one lab on Monday from
2 to 3 p.m. Three other lectures, one
lab and four one-hour code practice
sessions will be arranged. Code prac-
tice sessions will be held in the eve-
ning.

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FIRST RADIO PICTURE DIRECT FROM CAIRO- The first radio picture to 'be sent over a
5,639-mile circuit which inaugurated direct service b etween Cairo and New York shows King Farouk of
Egypt (on right) with Alexander Kirk, American M inister to Egypt, in the royal palace in Cairo. Trans-
mission of this picture by R.C.A. Communications, Inc., required just 10 minutes.

Inter-Guild's Weekly worship serv-
ices have beerf cancelled for the sum-
mer, it was announced at yesterday's
luncheon, because Inter-Guild is co-
operating with the University in its
noonday services to be held every
Tuesday and Thursday throughout
the Summer Session.
Instead, one Union Worship Serv-
ice to be held Aug. 9 is being planned
by a committee headed 6y Greg Hile-
man.
The organization is completing
plans for some'*work to be done in
cooperation, with the Unitarian
Church at Ypsilanti which will in-
clude a trip to the Willow Run area
July 11 to help work on the creation
of a recreational center.

And the Debut on Records of
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H EA LT H Y .-'Bathing suit
makers picked Janet Blair
(above), movie starlet, as ideal
girl to show benefits of "swim.
for health",week campaign.r

ROYALTY ARRIVES IN BERKSHIRES -Queen Wilhelm-
ina, of The Netherlands (right) with her daughters, Princess Juli-
ana (left) and Juliana's two daughters, Irene, 3 (in white), and
Beatrix, 4/2, pause on the station platform at Stockbridge, Mass.,
in the Berkshires, en route to nearby Lee, where the Princess has
leased an estate for the summer.

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