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PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 29, R13

Swimming Instruction Offered Woieit

Softball League
Of Summer Men
To Be Organized
Naie Leaders, Batteries
On Thursday At Ferry
Field, Says Webster
The Summer Softball League for1
men students will be organized at
4:15 p.m. Thursday on Ferry Field,
at the first gate south of Yost Field
House, for the summer competition,
according to Randolph W. Webster of
'the Intramural Department, in
charge of the program.
At that time captains and bat-
teries will be selected for the teams
and players chosen. The remaining'
time will be utilized for practice.
Schedules will be drawn up im-
mediately and regular play will begin
Tuesday, July 6.
Last summer players interested in
softball for recreation formed nine
squads and played a hotly contested
schedule throughout the season, ac-
PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR MEN
Waterman Gymnasium, on the
northeast corner of the Campus,
will be open daily during the
Summer Session for exercise and
shower baths.
Hours : 8 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.
Fees: Locker 50 cents;towel 50
cents. (Towel fee will be refunded
when the last towel is returned,)
Dr. G. A. May.
cording to Webster. The final out-
come was a tie between the "Tigers,"
piloted by Kent Bosher, and the
"Yankees," managed by Al Johnson,
both with a .714 percentage for the
scheduled games.
Entry blanks for all summer com-
petitive sports will be printed in The
Daily from today until July 8, at
which time entries will close and the

Major Standings Cyclotron To Demolish Atom
AMERICAN LEAGUE For Study Of Its Secret I

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W.
New York..........37
Chicago ............35
Detroit .............34
Boston ..............31
Cleveland ...........28
Washington .........26
Athletics ...........20
St. Louis ...........20

L.
21
25
26
24
29
33
;36
37

Pet.
.638
.588
.567
.5641
.491
.441
.357
.351:1

University Physicists Tear them all for radioactivity. It was
o Nfound that the palladium and silver
DOwn A tOIn~iC N clt'eUSwere radioactive, Professor Cork said.
To Discover Make-Up He added that this was conclusive
proof that the products of the bom-
(Continued from Page 1) bardment were radioactive palladium

Yesterday's Results
No game scheduled.
Today's Games
Detroit at Chicago
New York at Philadelphia
Boston at Washington
St. Louis at Cleveland
NATIONAL LEAGUE

W.
Chicago............36
New York ...........36
St. Louis ...........35
Pittsburgh ..........32
Brooklyn ............20
Cincinnati ..........24
Phillies .............24
Boston ..............23

L.
24
25
25
27
30
35
36
36

Pet.
.600
.590
.583
.542
.474
.407
.400
.3901

Swimming classes for women students in the Michigan Union pool,
(shown above) held throughout the regular school year, will be continued
during the Summer Session for all ,students interested, under the
direction of Miss Catherine Winslow of Beloit College.

Swimming Classes
Given In Union Pool
Swimming and tennis for women
will be taught for Summer Session
students by Miss Catherine Winslow,
who is director of physical education
for women at Beloit College.
Swimming classes will be held at
the Union pool Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., and on
Monday and Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
There is no charge for instruction
but a 25-cent fee will be charged for
the use of the pool.
Miss Winslow, who has taught
swimming and tennis at the Univer-
sity of Oregon, Stanford University,
University of Wisconsin, and formerly
at Michigan, says the aim of the
classes is purely recreational, with
emphasis on form and the develop-
ment of strokes. Women students
may enroll in the classes by regis-
tering at Barbour Gymnasium.
ence, Doctor of Medicine, scholar, sci-
entist, healer, and administrator. It
reveres its memory and honors his
name as its friends gather here to
open the celebration of its first 100
years in Ann Arbor."
Following Edwin Jurist's role as
President Ruthven, a huge birthday
cake with 100 candles was brought in
to the fanfare of trumpets, and Jur-
ist, as the terms of the presidents
were called off, snuffed out a candle
for each year.
In the speaking program which fol-
lowed, George Burke, University at-,
torney, in a speech on "100 Years of
Town and Gown," paid tribute to the
co-eds saying, "Never during the pe-
riod since 1870 have the co-eds torn
up the plank sidewalks and wooden
railings, or precipitated a "Dutch
War"; they never rushed the post of-
fice; they never attempted to disband
the local police force or disrupt the
State Militia; there is no proof that
they ever participated in the 'remod-
eling' of a local theatre. In fact, they
had no part in these and many other
'boyish' pranks that from time to
time have strained somewhat the cor-
dial relations existing between the
town and University."

Athletic Society
Open To Men
Students Here
Running, Shot-Put, Jumps,
Swimming, Gymnastics,,
Punting, Included
All men students enrolled in the
Summer Session are eligible to com-
pete for membership in Sigma Delta
Psi, national honorary athletic fra-
ternity, according to R. W. Webster,
advisor of the local chapter. There
are more than 50 chapters of the
society in the United States, and sev-
eral more in foreign countries.
Applicants must pass 15 require-
ments showing all-around athletic
proficiency to be admitted. The tests
call for the 100-yard dash in 11.6
seconds; the 120-yard low hurdles,
with five hurdles, in 16 seconds; the
mile run in six minutes; a 130-foot
javelin throw or 2504oot baseball
throw; a 17-foot broadjump; a 5-
foot high jump; a 30-foot shot-put
with the 16-pound shot for applicants
weighting 160 pounds or more, with
proportionately shorter distances for
lighter men.
Other requirements are the 100-
yard swim in one minute, 45 seconds;
a 20-foot rope climp in 12 seconds;
a 40-yard football punt; a 10-second
handstand; a satisfactory hand-
spring; a fence-vault over gymnastic
bars; a "B" posture rating by the
Harvard Body Mechanics Scale; and
scholastic eligibility equivalent to
that required for varsity competition.
Students desiring to take the tests
for membership may make use of the
Sports Entry Blank printed in The
Daily.
JANITORS TO MEET
The University Janitor's Union will
meet at 4:30 p.m. today in Labor
Hall, Will Canter, secretary, an-
nounced yesterday.

Yesterday's Results
No games scheduled.
Today's Games
Chicago at St. Louis
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2)
Philadelphia at New York
Brooklyn at Boston
drawings will be made. Men stu-
dents interested in softball, swim-
ming, golf, tennis, handball, archery,
horseshoes, squash, table tennis, bad-
minton, code-ball, and qualifying for
Sigma Delta Psi, honorary athletic
proficiency fraternity, are asked to
clip the blank, fill it out, and bring
or mail it to the Intramural Sports
Building on Ferry Field.
A second softball league will be or-
ganized Thursday, July 8, consisting
of teams for the Men's Education
Club members, with play being con-,
ducted between teams representingl
superintendents, teachers, professors,
principals, and similar division.

SPORTS ENTRY BLANK
Intramural Sports Department
All men students are eligible for competition in the following
sports. Check on the list below the sports in which you wish to
participate.
No Entry Fee Is Required
The Intramural Sports Department will make drawings and sched-
ules, furnish equipment needed for team sports, and provide officials
for the contests where necessary. Notification of opponent and time
of play will be mailed to each participant.

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the nucleus of an atom of higher dioactivity could have entered in nc
atomic weight is formed. other way than from the bombarded
In either case, the formation of palladium.
the new atom is accompinied by an In this way it has been found thai
artificial radioactivity which stops the result of the bombardment o
once the atom has reached a position cadmium is radioactive cadmium anc
of equilibrium in its new state. indium, the result of the bombard-
The construction of the nucleus of ment of indium is radioactive in-
the atom bombarded may be de- dium and tin. Iron when bombarde
termined by examining the effects gives radioactive iron and cobalt
produced by collision with a deuteron. lead turns to radioactive lead an
Both the emanations during the bismuth and gold turns to radioactive
period of the artificial radioactivity gold and mercury.
and the form of the atom after bom- By the bombardment of cadmium
bardment must be considered, Pro- Professor Cork explained, the firs
fessor Cork explained yesterday, artificial radioactive series wa
He indicated that there was no formed. In nature several series o
way of knowing beforehand just radioactive materials are known, tha
what new element would be formed is, a radioactive element throws of
by the bombardment, nor whether particles and energy to take the forn
that element would have a higher of an element of lower atomic weight
atomic weight, or a lower one. Even only to have the new element g
after bombardment a special means through the same procedure an
must be devised to tell what element transmutate itself into a third ele
has been formed since such a small ment of still lower atomic weight.
amount of the element is transmutat-__________
ed that regular chemical means fail. NORRIS GAINING
Just how small an amount is actually WASHINGTON, June 28.-(AP)-
formed can be seen by the fact that Senator Norris (Ind., Neb.), who wen
it would take about 30 million years] to the Naval Hospital last week afte
of constant bombardment to convert an attack of indigestion, gainec
a gram of most substances to another strength steadily today and began t
element. eat solid food. Attendants said he
In the case of palladium, Professor should remain in the hospital for a
Cork pointed out that there was a least another week of rest.
possibility of the formation of silver,
with a higher atomic weight, or the FRANK MALTBY
elements rhodium or ruthenium with
lower atomic weights. Thus the pro- formerly of the Varsity
'cedure followed was to add solutions Barber Shop
of all four elements to the bombard- Now Located at
ed substance, separate the four ele- Arcade Barber Shop
ments by chemical means and test
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Please indicate partner's name in space below doubles entries.
Name .................... Address.................... Phone.

Mail or bring this blank to R. W. Webster, director
and Supervisor of Intramural Sports, Intramural Sports
Field. All entries close at 5 p.m., Thursday, July 8.

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