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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1925

PrAGE THREE

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New 'England Poet and 1ife leatlt
AnArbor; Remnain Temporarily
Ann With Bursbbys
TO LEAD GROUP STUDIIES1:
R~obet Frost, holder, of the perria-
rent fellowship In letters, and Mrs.!
F'ro'st, ,ttiVed fft Aim Arbot yestedy
as the guests of Josep~h A. Burnley
dean of students, and Mrs. Burnley.
The Frosts are to stay in the Bursley
home for several days until they can
move into their residenice on IPontiac
road.
The fellowship held by Mr. Frost
was created 1y the Board of l$egents4
stimulated by the knowledge tbati
would be possible to get him here,
and differs essentially: from the fel-
lowship in creative arts, *now head
by Jesse Lynch 'Williams, in that the
fellowship is permanent, and is main-=
tained by the University. The fel-
lowship in creative ai'sfs' an annual
affair and supportgd- by the gift of an
uniknown donor. Mr. Frost, held thisJ
fellowship four and three years, ago, I
hEaving' been succeede#d by: Robert :
Bridges, poet, laureate of England,
and Mr. Williams.
The fellowship In letters; although
'supported by the University, involves f
duties of no special nature. While
Mr. Frost yhas not been questioned, in
'the matter, it is ftnderstood that id If
will have no rigid scheduile, but will
conduct group studies in -literature.:
The size of the group wll . 1lmted1
to include only those interested in
hework, taking on somewhait the as-.
Pect of a seminar.
Robert Frost, the "New England
poet", was. born in San Francisco,
Mafth 26, 18?6 abut since his under-1
graduate days at Dartmouth and Hai! I
yard has spent most of his time in
the 'East, especially in New England.
is" home at the present is at Shafts-!
bury, Vt., from whence he has'.issued
his poems on New Enmgland Oar, iftfe -
and. the beauty of her countryside,
such as CCA Boy's Will", "Northh of
Boston", "Mountain Interval", and
"N~v Hampshire". I
B sides his work in literature, Mr.
Frost was for some time an instruc-
tor iln psychology, and Enuglish, hay-I
ing :held a chair in the latter at Am-l
heist college from 1916 to' 1920.

tOM SOIOLOGY 'PRIZE
I5 OFFERED FOR THESIS
All undergraduates have an oppor-
tunity to win the Eita Krom sociology
prize, offered again this year for the
Ibest sociological paper of from three
to five thousand words. The prize is
the interest on $1,000, and usually
amounts to about $50.
The paper, which must be in by May
1, 1926, must present the results of
a study of social conditions_ in the
wrlter's community, or a community
with which he is familiar, ;with a viewC
to betterment. Those who submit
papers do not have to be members of
York, thinks that if every man and
woman were to carry a gun for pro-
tection, criminals would be checked.

sociology classes, but they must show
as much knowledge of the subject as
is usually gained in the beginning
course. I
The prize, which will be awarded in
June, 1926, is offered this year for~
the third time.

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