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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

Wvednesday, May 8, 1974

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 8, 1971

Full list of Hopwood winners
Awards totaling $22,900 have English Prof. Donald Haugh MICHIGAN FLINT: Paul Lawrence Hough, Streicker senior, LSA,
been given to 35 winners in the announced the winners in a cer- ANN ARBOR: Henry Hoot Austin. cGrove -ent 424 Ct date Ave., minor essay,
annual Avery and Jule Hopwood emony in Rackham Lecture junior. LSA, 1502 Cedar Bend Dr.. Weatherman"; $500, "John Dos Passos
Contest in creative writing at Ball. The annual Hopwood lec- minor poetry award, $700. "Awaken- HUNTINGTON WOODS: Margaret Gone";
The University of Michigan. tisre was given by poet w. D. Brett Britkin sophomore, Melinda Dart sophomore, LSA. 13312 SPRINOFIELD Katt
The Hopwood Awards, among Snodgrass, whose subject was L200. "TabeEix vianos"r Denn LinhrtS minor tietionr $0"r y juni oS 3i55
the largest cash awards for cre- "Moonshine and Sunny Beams: 300C. "Tateas radvates" ent. s man. LSA. 13342 wert rMile mRi.or tttornes"7
Johen Coisrotitato ew situdn st, 75 mnLA 34 est ieR hr re"
ative writing in the country, are mination on 'A Midsummer stort $600 "My New Cother and minor fiction, $300 "The DatS of STRATOR: Thom
now in their 44th year. They h , ,Oth-r Stories": Pahl M. Grams-. Drgns. Knights, and Penelope" Thomas. junior. LSA.1
come from an endowment fund hradi'ate studest. t0t3 Broadwos Ist-i.dretis fiction); Rt 4. minor poetry, 03
beeathedbplawright Avery PhilipPiragesagraduate st,. $500. "Three Essays"' KAtAMAZO: Robert Ethan Man - Desert":
eanhed parywri aon s n fr e A Ar, w Jon dth KnvnKirscht. graduate is. s i or Re-idential College, 307 WINNETKA: David
Hopwood and vary in amount student from Ann Arbor, won stident. 701 in t nola Dr.. major iddlebury Rd., minor poetry, 0300, gdadate student, 227
according to the iality of the fictin (novel). 1.000, "The Delta"; "Cat Fever"; mor drama, 01.200, "T
work. two major awards and the larg- .Trhn Archibald Koninw. gradtt e LIVONtA: John Henry Ryskamp, 'Three Sketches';

1364 Pen
$400, "Agim..
sioepoetry,
is Dead and
herine Diane
Stonehlsl Dr.,
'A Ser164 02
a s Andrew
17 Valley Dr.,
0, "Prom the
Neal Putk,
Church Rd.,
Wao Plays and

THIS YEAR there were 19 ma-
jor and 20 minor owards in the
fields of fiction, drnma, poetry
and essay. Grad""te students
are allowed to compete in the
major division. Undergraduates
are eligible only for minor Hop-
wood awards. Seniors may com-
pete in either contest.

est combined cash prize: an
award of $1,200 in the major
drama division for "Happy New
Year," and $800 in the major
fiction (short story) division for
"And All the Snakes Had Gone
Away,"
Hopwood award winners listed
regionally:

RELIGION 301
INDIAN PHILOSOPHY
Central to Indian Philosophy is the question of
transformation of life. It is the general aim of
this course to introduce to students this way of
living the philosophies of life, and the yogas
that India has to offer.
SPRING TERM 3 CREDITS times arranged
for more info: Studies in Reliqion 764-4475)

SturfenT. 950 S. Div ision. ma for Poef-
ry, $000, "Letter Box": Martin A.
Lee, jtnoor, LSA. 4441 P'vmouth Rd..
ninor esos $500. "Rilke and Phe-
namenotogyv"; Phittia J. Pirogces.
rdrasmste student, 1527 Pine Valrv
Bird., major fiction (short storyt,
$000, "And All ihe SnkesHoad Gone
Away" and major drama, $1.200,
"Happy New Year"; Ann Margaret
Redisrh, graduate student, 1021 E.
University, major ficton (novet,.
$500, "Same Other Place" and major
fiction (short tory), $0,000, "your
Short Stories"; Steen G. Schwartz,
graduate student, 513 Snyder, major
essay, $500, "Past Voices, Present
Matters"; Tony Schwartz, senior,
LSA 514 Benjamin, major essay, $500,
"Arhur Miller: An Artist Encounters
His Critics and Other Essays."
DAVISON: David Nicholas Mayer,
freshman, LSA, 2123 N. Vassar Rd,
minor essay, $500, "The Alegory ci
the Good'";
DETROIT: David Wets Blomquist,
freshman, LSA, 16740 Glastonbury
Rd., minor drama, $500, "The I-
perialiat"; Jshn George Paval senior,
Residential College, 19536 Dresdan,
minor poetry, $500, "The Kumhala
Sequence and Other Poems'"; David
Martin White, junior, LSA, 16575
Shaftshtry, minor fiction, $400
"Breccia";

senior. LSA, 11040 Melrose, major
essay. $500, "Civil War Humor'";
MT. MORRIS: Charles Michael
Mire, unior, U-M FTint, minor
drama. $400, "One Nickel on This
Wise";
PLYMOUTH: Kathleen Kozachen-
ko, senior, Residential College.
11541 Aspen Drive, minor poetry,
$300. "The Moon Is Warm";
STERLING HEtGHTS: Peter Rob-
ert erchuk, graduate student, 34350
Dequindre Rd,, major poetry, $1,200,
"Down Along the Cove";
WYANDOTTE: M i c h a e l Joseph
Brochue, senior, LSA, 536 Goddard.
major essay, $500, "To the Hop-
wood."
Out of State
CALIFORNIA
SANTA BARBARA: Anne Margaret
Redisch, graduate studentSi major
fiction (novel>, $500, "Some Other
Place" and major firtion (short
soryj, $1,000 or "Four ShorJ
Stories";
CONNECTICUT
STAMFORD: Kevin Douglas Coop-
er, senior, Residential Coitege, 200
Haviland Rd., minor drama, $500,
"Stand Aside";
ILLINOIS
HIGHLAND PARK: Richard Daniel

KANSAS
TOPEKA: Seott Thomat Ons-
mtgs, senior, Residential College,
307 Yorkshire Rd.. minor drsma,
$400, "Footioves nd Fingerprints";
MASSACIOTSETTS
HTNGHAM: Anne Sheffi.dI egadrn
HINGHAM: Anne Sheffield, grad-
sate student. 17Cushing Ave., ma-
jor poetry, $600, "Her Territory" and
major f i c t i o n, $500, "Making
Thtngs';
NEW YORK
NEW HYDE PARK: Laurie Beth
Shell, freshman, Residential College,
6 Lake Drive, minor essay, $400,
"Sartre's Attempt to Mediate Marx-
ism and Existentialism";
OHIO
BEECHWOOD: Albert Neil Strat-
ton, graduated from LSA summer
of 1973, 27060 Cedar Rd., major fac-
tion (novel), $1,000, "History of the
Blues";
PENNSYLVANIA
McKEESPORT: S teven Richard
Mendelson, senior, LSA, 1526 Kansas
Ave., major essay, $500, "India and
Beyond";
TEXAS
ABILENE: John David Reiff, grad-
uate student, 1351 Gienhaven, ma-
jor essay, $700, "Scattered Essays."

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