Media Movements: Dan Green, Simon and Schuster's executive vice president, will be leaving the firm, where he has worked for nearly 25 years, to become the head of a new publishing house being formed in New York by British publisher Lord George Weindenfeld . . . Also at Simon and Schuster, Joni Evans, who has been president and publisher of the house's imprint, Linden Press, will become president of its trade division . . . U.S. News & World Report has named Matthew Storin, managing editor of The Boston Globe, to become the magazine's deputy managing editor for national affairs. Storin will take over his new post Oct. 1. He had been at The Globe since 1969 . . .

It was a great day for celebrity watching at the Jockey Club yesterday. First Lady Nancy Reagan was there having lunch with former chief of protocol Leonore Annenberg and Mary Jane Wick. Ritz-Carlton owner John Coleman and David Lloyd Kreeger were lunching together and elsewhere in the room were Susan Brinkley with her leg in a cast, Oatsie Charles, former representatives Frank Ikard and Bill Stuckey, Steve Martindale, Joan Braden and Hilary Califano . . .

It was an unofficial Lobbyist Lunch Day at Joe and Mo's restaurant, where a number of them lunch daily. Yesterday, free copies of the National Journal's "The Influence Industry" issue was on all the tables in the restaurant. A poll in the issue shows a lobbyist can't win. Readers were asked who are the best and who are the most overrated lobbyists. Thomas Hale Boggs Jr., J.D. Williams, Charls E. Walker and Robert K. Gray were voted the best. The four were also found to be the most overrated . . .

Hamilton Jordan is checking into the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda to volunteer for experimental treatment. The former chief of staff for Jimmy Carter, diagnosed as having lymph system cancer last week, checked out of Emory Hospital in Atlanta Monday. It will take several days to determine if Jordan qualifies for any of the experiments at the cancer institute . . .

Singer John Denver, actress Valerie Harper and actor Raul Julia are bringing a hunger crusade to the city beginning today and continuing through Monday. They will meet with members of Congress at a series of Senate and House briefings. Tomorrow night they will be at a book party promoting "Ending Hunger: An Idea Whose Time Has Come." Washington VIPs and other entertainment stars are expected at the party in the Georgetown home of Sen. Claiborne Pell . . .

Mademoiselle magazine has decreed in the October issue that there are eligible men out there -- "bachelors who work hard, play hard, yet their eyes still sparkle . . . who don't hang out in bars or on buses or the other spots pop sociologists have deemed 'prime hunting ground.' " The magazine's 50 "great catches" include British royals Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, famous son John F. Kennedy Jr. and actors Anthony Delon, Eddie Murphy, Matt Dillon, Don Johnson and Timothy Hutton, singer Michael Jackson, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis and baseball players Dave Winfield and George Brett. As most Washington women would be quick to point out, there did not appear to be any Washington men in the top 50 . . .