Iniring the spring vacation provided that the condition of their plane is found to be satisfactory, the Harvard Flying Club plans to undertake a flight to Washington, it was learned yesterday.
The pilot for the trip has not yet been definitely decided upon but he will probably be H. P. Moon. ocC. One member of the Club will accompany him, and stops will be made at New York and Philadelphia for change of passengers. On the return flight, the plane will probably delay at New York for several days, in order to allow short flight's around the city for those members of the Club who care to take advantage of the opportunity.
The plane is already in running condition, after a thorough overhauling, and the field staff is now in daily operation. There are about 40 candidates reporting daily from the competition which started last week. The first cut will come immediately after the vacation, during which no work will be required of competitors.
At the recent meeting of the Flying Club council, the resignation of R. B. Bell '29 from the position of president of the organization, was accepted, and I. T. Williams '30 was named as his successor.