Thursday, April 6, 1972
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Hopwood winners announced
Thirty-one people were awarded went to Maury Dean for "Take thq S nior Richard Eyster received
a total of $24,300 yesterday in the High Road." $750 for "Receding Footsteps" and
annual Avery and Jule Hopwood In the major drama division Jo Nabuko Martin. a graduate stu-
contest in creative writing, there were four awards. An award dent. $750 for "A Princess Lily of
The Hopwood Awards, among of $1,000 went to Daniel Lipman. the Ryukyus."
the largest cash awards for crea- a graduate student for "Last Re- In the major poetry division,
tive writing in the country, are spects": $1.000 to James Baffico there were four awards. An award
now in their 42nd year. They come a graduate student, for "Three of $1 000 went to Linda Silverman,
from an endowment fund be- Plays": $750 to Jack Stanley, a a graduate student. for "The Win-
queathed by playwright Avery graduate student, for "Nobody dow in the Hayloft": an award of
Hopwood and vary in amount ac- Can Get to the Man:" and $750 $1.00 to John Allen, a graduate
cording to the quality of the work. to Joseph Friedman. a senior, for student, for "interplay"; $750 to
This year there were 20 major "Three Plays." graduate student Curtis Slepian
and 13 minor awards in the fields In the major essay contest, in for "The Harps of Stone"; and
of fiction, drama, poetry and es- addition to the award to Nigel $750 to John Jones for "The
say. Graduate students are allowed Gearing, there were two awards: Paintin' Place."
to compete in the major division. an award of $1,000 to Sheryl Sher- In the minor drama division, in
Undergraduates are eligible only man Pearson, a graduate student. addition to the award to Sutton,
for minor Hopwood awards. Sen- for "Three Literary Essays": and there were two awards. An award'
iors may compete in either con- an award of $750 to James Allen, of $700 went to senior Michael
test. stu- a graduate student, for "Baude- Castleman. for "TwtoPlays": ".a
Nigel Gearing, a graduate s artatyuo-eut. award of $500 to Clifton Hone, a
dent, won two major awards and In the major fiction, short story junior. for "Ten Points When Lit."
the largest combined cash prize: division, in addition to the award
an award of $750 in the major to Gearing, four awards were giv- In the minor essay contest there
essay division for "Two Essays"; en. An award of $750 went to were three awards An award of
and an award of $1,000 in the fic- Juanita May Galle, a graduate $750 went to Kevin Pilon, a sen-
tion, short story division, for student, for "Rocking Down the ior, for "Suite for Green Roses";
"Four Short Stories." Sun"; an award of $600 to James an award of $500 to senior Karen
Another double winner, Brian Ferry a senior,for" e Sn Nin s C es of the I ri of "and
Sutton, a senior received $700 in flake Man"; $600 to Mary PedleyN' Cte fteItro'" n
inor ficto dsio f a graduate student, for "Arrival $500 to Albert Stratton, a junior
"Two Stories," and $600 in the mi- and Departure":' and $500 to Ger- 'ar"at in.
nor drama division for "Two One- ian Steve Moore, a graduate, for Tn the minor fiction division. In
An Initiation. addition to the award to Sutton,
Act Plays." In the major fiction, novel di- there were three. awards. Dennis
Largest single prize, $1,500, in vision, in addition to the award Foon, a junior. received $700 for
the major fiction, novel division, to Dean. there were two awards. Two Stories": Erica Forman, a
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