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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Graduate Club
PlanseOutdoor
SupperToday
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet for a hike and outdoor supper
at 2:30 p.m. today at the northwest
entrance of the Rackham Building.
Entrusted with the organization of I
out-of-doors activities for graduate
students, the Club functions under1
the general supervision of the Grad-
uate Council.
The Graduate Student Council will
meet jointly with the outing club for
a short organization meeting.
Chief duties of the Council are the
promotion of the social, educational
and intellectual activities of the
gradate student body and the en-
couragement of cooperation and un-
derstanding between students and
faculty.
Graduate students interested in
assisting in the planning of lunch-
eons, coffee hours, classical recordc
programs and, informal record dances;
are urged to attend the Graduate1
Council meeting at 5 p.m., Thursday1
in the East Lecture Room of the{
Rackham Building.f
Arrangements have already been
made for the classical record pro-
grams at 8 p.m. every Tuesday, a
coffee hour at 4:30 p.m., July 8, and
a mixer from 9 to 12 p.m. July 11 in
the Rackham Building.<
Read The Daily Classifieds!

Foyer Francais 'Emperor Jones' To Be Shown
Begin Seventh By Art Ciuem League Tonight
Suiniiie Le re,

Revamped 'Ensian To Cover Summer Students

Program Affords Chance
For Practical Training
In Spoken French Idiom
Foyer Francais, residence and cen-
ter of activities of students interest-
ed in learning the French language,
begins its seventh summer on cam-
pus this week.
Sponsored by the Department of
Romance Languages, the Foyer af-
fords practical training in the spok-
en idiom since only French may be
spoken there. Rooms are provided
in the Foyer for women students for
the summer and men students are
invited to have their evening meals
there.
Located at 149 Tappan Ave., the
Foyer Francais will be under the
direction of Mademoiselle Jeanne
Rosselt, professor of French at Gou-
cher College,. Baltimore, Md. Mon-
sieur Antoine Jobin will act as facul-
ty adviser and will direct the activi-
tives of the Cercle Francais. Stu-
dents interested should call Mrs. Hel-
en Gucker, house manager, 7379.
JapD escendants To Fight
HONOLULU, June 27. -(A)-
American soldiers of Japanese an-
cestry who have been mustered into
the Army in the last two years are
preparing for action on one of the
many battlefronts.

Plans for revamping the 1943 Mich-
i ;anenian to include the pictures of
stuih ii graduating in the summer
'cme'I cc. were announced yesterday
by Acting Editor Don Artuso and
Ben Douglas, business manager.
Acting to meet new problems raised
by the University's stepped-up three
semester year, the new 'Ensian prom-
ised to be entirely modern and dif-
feient. Throughout the sumfner
work will be carried on by Art Direc-
tor, Stu Gildart, in preparation for
the 1943 year book.
With its basic theme, "The Uni-

versity at War," the 'Ensian will
attempt to portray the role Michi-
gan is playing in the war effort. Air,
sea, ground and civilian units of
work will be featured.
In addition dances, formals, the
University's new P.E.M., dinners,
sports and other informal "shots" of
the summer term and summer session
will be included in the new 'Ensian.
The inclusion of these pictures of
campus life during the summer will
break all 'Ensian precedent, former
issues portraying University activi-

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Paul Robeson--the star of the cinema version of Eugene O'Neill's
play, "Emperor Jones"-is shown here in the gambling scene which
is climaxed in murder and escape from justice. The film will be
shown at 8:15 ;.m. today in Rackham Lecture Hall.
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The movie version of a great play,
Eugene O'Neill's "Emperor Jones,"
will be shown at 8:15 p.m. today in
Rackham Lecture Hall by the Art
Cinema League.
The first of a series of cinema
classics to be shown through the
summer, "Emperor Jones" stars great
Negro baritone Paul Robeson in the
title role.
The picture is the story of a pull-
man porter who makes a meteoric
rise to the despotic ruler of an island.
Music Camp
Opens Season
At Interlochen
300 High School Students
Will Form Orchestra
Under Dr. J. E. Maddy

Dramatic effects of the jungle, its
booming drums and aroused natives
increase the effect of the powerful
drama.
Tickets will be available at the
League and at Rackham Hall after
7:30 p.m.
Following "Emperor Jones" on
July 12 in Rackham Hall the Marx
Brothers will appear in one of the
best comedies of their career in slap-
stick, "Duck Soup." The indescrib-
able plot is productive of huge quan-
tities of laughs.
The surprise scenes that have made
Alfred Hitchcock's direction famous
will be shown in their superlative
form in "The Lady Vanishes" on
July 19 in Rackham Hall. The pic-
ture stars Margaret Lockwood and
Michael Redgrave.
A Russian film-"The Childhood
of Haxim Gorky"-the only one of
the series in a foreign language, will
be shown on Aug 2 in Rackham
Hall. It is a fine example of the
new Soviet cinema art.
Another O'Neill play will furnish
the plot of the final film, "Anna
Christie," which will be shown on
Aug. 9 in Rackham Hall. The stellar
roles are played by Greta Garbo
and Marie Dressler.

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Under the direction of Dr. Joseph
E. Maddy, professor of radio at the
University, the fifteenth season of
the national music camp at Inter-
lochen begins here this weekend, for
the purpose of fashioning the youn-
gest symphony orchestra in the world.
Three hundred boys and girls from
high school orchestras all over the
country will arrive at the camp to-
day and tomorrow to spend eight
weeks studying and playing the music
of the great composers.
Substantiating Dr. Maddy's idea
that the youngsters of America with
musical talent would make good in
a real symphony orchestra, there are
today dozens of Interlochen gradu-
ates in the ranks of the nation's
professional symphonies.
Again this year an imposing list
of famous conductors has accepted
invitations to come to Interlochen
Bowl to lead the high school sym-
phony in weekly radio broadcasts, to
be carried by a nation-wide network
Stack Dies Of Heart Attack
FORT CUSTER, June 27.-(/P)-
Corp. Eugene Stachowiak of Saginaw,
who as Gene Stack was the first base-
ball player owned by a major league
club to be inducted into the Army,
died of a heart attack at 2:30 p.m.
today in a Michigan City, Ind., res-
taurant.
on Saturday afternoons.

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