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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 18, 1989 -- Page 5

1989 Hopwood
winners
Essay
J. David Kotre, engineering sopho-
* more: $200
PeterMcPartlin, first-year LSA
student: $200
Anna Schlossberg, first-year RC
student: $175
Reba Uthappa, first-year RC stu-
dent: $175
Fiction
Jill Robbins, RC sophomore: $350
Joseph Schreiber, LSA sopho-
more: $300
Philip Van Eyck, LSA sophomore:
$250
Karen Weiss, LSA sophomore:
$225
Poetry
John Marshall, RC sophomore:
$350
Mike Lommel, first-year LSA
student: $250
Matthew Rohrer, first-year RC
student: $250
Juliet Barnes, RC sophomore:
$200
Academy of American Poets
Prize
Laura Jane Roop, graduate
student in English and educa-
tion: $100
Sex
Continued from Page 3
He dispelled many of the myths
Which men and women use to seduce
their dates, such as "it feels good."
* Until the end, Josh's talk focused
more on morality than religion. He
ended his speech by citing his belief
that "Christianity is not a religion;
iWs a relationship [with God]." He
then invited those in the audience
who had not previously done so to
let Christ enter their lives.
In an interview with the Daily on
Monday, Josh had elaborated on this
theme.
"I'm not a religious person," he
said. "I don't believe Christianity is
, religion. I think it's a relation-
ship... between an individual and
God. And so I never challenge peo-
ple... to become a Christian. I chal-
lenge people to come to know
Christ personally."

Poet Derek Walcott reads from his work at the presentation
of the Hopwood awards yesterday at Rackham Auditorium.

Bain-Swiggert Poetry Prize
Patricia Nelson, LSA junior: $125
Michael R. Gutterman Award
in Poetry
David Grove, Rackham graduate
student: $87.50
Larissa Szporluk, LSA senior:
$87.50

Roy W. Cowden Memorial
Fellowship
Robert Grams, LSA Junior: $750
Scott Lasser, Rackham graduate
student: $750
Alicia Conger, LSA senior: $500
David Grove, Rackham graduate
student: $500
John Reinhard, Rackham graduate
student, $500

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