GE FOTUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY Te
In Three Fields
Competition For Honorary
Athletic Fraternity Also
Included On Program
15 Tests Are Listed
Tle Intramural Sports program
gets under way on all fronts this week
with contests in baseball, swimming,
golf and competition for Sigma Delta
- Psi, honorary athletic fraternity
Competition for Sigma Delta Psi
will begin today at 3 o'clock at the
I-M under ,the direction of Paul Cam-
eron, co-captain of last semester's
varsity wrestling team.
Sigma Delta Psi is a national hon-
orary athletic fraternity, and has
chapters at 51 colleges and universi-
ties throughout the country. Both
freshman and upperclassmen are eli-
gible. All men interested in trying
out for this fraternity should ask for.
further information at the I. M. of-
fice. In order to become a member,
the following 15 tests must be passed.
High jump, 5 feet; broad jump, 17
feet; baseball throw,,250 feet, or jave-
lin throw, 130 feet; 100-yard free
style (swimming), 1 minute, 45 sec-
onds; hand stand, 10 seconds; front
hand spring, landing on feet; 100-
yard dash, 1163/5 seconds; 120-yard
low hurdles, ,.16 seconds; 20 foot rope
climb, 12 seconds; football punt, 'on
the fly, 120 feet; mile run, 6 minutes;
fence vault, chin high; shot-put, 30
feet, if candidate weighs 160 pounds
or more. If candidate weighs less
than 160 pounds, his required dis-
tance is determined by the following
ratio: 160 pounds: candidates weight
at 30 feet: x; posture and scholar-
A varsity letter may be substituted
for any one event except swimming.
Acandidate may substitute an award
for winning an intramural champion-
ship in handball, tennis, golf, squash,
boxing, wrestling, gymnastics, horse-
shoes and fencing, but 24 men must
have taken part in the tournament..
Maximum substitution is three var-
Howard Hughes' $85,000 Ocean Hopper As It TookOff For Paris
Westinghouse Mechanics Expert
Discusses Recent Fatigue Study
By BETSEY ANDERSON
Centering his talk around the
growth of fatigue cracks propagated
through materials, R. E. Peterson,
manager of the mechanics division of
the Research Laboratories of Wes-
tinghouse Electricity and Manufac-
turing Co. spoke on some recent de-
velopments in fatigue study yester-
day morning before the third weekly
meeting of the applied mechanics
Symposium on the properties of met-
als held on the third floor of the West
Single crystal structures were dis-
cussed and the fatigue cracks in poly-
crystaline materials were shown in
slides. He also showed the relation-
ship between stress concentration
factors gotten by means of theoretical
considerations and photo-elastic pho-
tographs and the actual concentra-
tion factors gotten in fatigue testing.
The experimental data was cor-
related on the basis of crystal size
and the usual properties of materials
gotten in regular straight fatigue
specimen tests. Some idea of how
to apply the results of these studies
to actual design problems was given.
An informal discussion followed the
Two more Westinghouse men will
speak at the Symposium next week.
The lecture and discussion will be
held as usual at 9 a.m. Saturday on
the third floor of the West Engineer-
Tea Dance Series
To Be Interrupted
The weekly series of Summer Ses-
sion tea dances, held from 4 p.m. to
6 p.m. each Wednesday in the Ball-
room of the League, will be inter-
rupted this week, Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, social director of the Summer
Session, announced yesterday.
A tea for the wives of faculty mem-
bers of the Summer Session will be
given Wednesday at the League. How-
ever, the regular tea dance is sched-
uled for July 20, Miss McCormick
Here's Howard Hughes specially-built $85,000 plane as it left the ground at Floyd Bennett Field in New York at the start of a projected non-
stop flight to Paris. Hughes, millionaire aviator, and four companions ions planned to continue around the world, hoping to, break the globe-
girdling record of seven days, 18 hours and 49 minutes set by the late Wiley Post in 1933.
sity letters from as many different
sports, or one intramural champion-
ship and two letters. All male stu-
dents are eligible for membership,
provided they are not delinquent in
Tryouts will start today at 3 p.m.
at the I.M. building, and will be con-
tinued each Tuesday and Thursday
Miller Wins Two Events
The first two events in the I.M.
swimming were run off yesterday with
W. A. Miller the winner in both.
Miller won the 25-yard free style
20 points to finish up in fifth
in the day's scoring.
* * *
Hughes Off For Moscow; Wheel
Is Damaged On Paris Take-Off
Softball Teams To Play
Play in the intramural
tournament will be carried on today
at 4:15 p.m. in both the American
and National leagues. In the Ameri-
can league, the Profs, who won their
first game by a score of 24 to 9, will
meet the Chumps. The Snipes will
oppose the Parkerites, and the Browns
will engage the P.K.S. team.
The schedule for the National
league is as follows: Chemists vs. Pat-
tocks; Physics vs. Faculty; and An-
ANNOUNCE THE FORMAL OPENING.
OF THEIR NEW RESTAURANT
in the excellent time of 12.2 seconds I alyts vs. Tigers.
and then went on to capture the 25-
yard backstroke in 15 seconds flat.
By virtue of his two firsts, Miller
is leading the field, with a perfect
score of 200 points. Close behind
him is R. Bellaire, who placed second
in both events. Bellaire is second in
scoring with 160 points. Two stu-
dents, Ted Boiril and S. A. Thomas,,
are tied for third with 60 points each
and two others, C. Bos and J. Ed-
monds are tied for fourth place, each
having 40 points. E. R. Mertz gar-I
.. .. ... ..* ..
PARIS, July 12-(Tuesday)-(j)-
Howard Hughes headed his silver
monoplane toward Moscow early to-
day on the second leg of a world
flight after a breath-stopping take-
off whichapparently inflicted serious
damage to the plane's landing gear.
The danger - fraught departure
came at 1:24 a.m. (7:24 p.m. E.S.T.
Monday), more than eight hours
after the millionaire pilot and his
four companions landed to set a new
non-stop New York to Paris flight
His plane's left wheel apparently
was gravely damaged in the take-off.
It hit a rut at the end of the runway,
but Hughes managed to get the
heavily laden craft into the air al-
though with difficulty, barely missing
obstacles at the end of Le Bourget
As the plane disappeared in the
darkness, the dangling wheel giving
evidence of something amiss, appre-
hension arose the Americans might
experience difficulty in landing at
the Soviet capital some seven hours
Hughes immediately was notified
of the trouble by radio.
A damaged rudder control and fus-
elage had held the fliers over in
Paris for repairs. Mechanics said the
left wheel also had been checked
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Golf Tourney To Begin
All those interested in the all-cam-
pus golf tournament, should turn in
an attested score for 18 holes to the
University Course Club House by
Thursday, July 14.
Play will start on Monday, July 18.
A schedule card will be mailed to all
entrants, giving time of play and
name of opponent.
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