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MUSICAL WORK WIS
PRIX DE ROME[ PR IZE
NORMAND LOCKWOOD AWARDED
SCHOLARSHIP IN ANNUAL
NEW YORK CONTEST
SUITE CALLED 'ODYSSEUS'
Compositions Include Quartet For
Strings, And Also Quintet
For Five Instruments
Normand Lockwood, native of
Ann Arbor and one-time student]
of the University School of Music,
has been chosen from this years'
list of competitors as the winner
of the Prix de, Rome scholarship,
according to an announcement
made by the Institute of Musical
Art of New York. The basis of
the award was upon three compo-
sitions which he entered into the
annual competition of the society.(
The scholarship offers a period
of three years' study, beginnings
Oct. 1, 1929, and is a highditic-
d tion to be granted to a student of
music. Mr.l Lockwood's winning'
compositions consist of a string 7
quartet, a quintet for flute, oboe,
clarinet, French horn, and bassoon,
and a suite for full orchestra, called:
"Odysseus."
The latter work will be played in
Ann Arbor during the May Festival1
program. The piece is made up of
an introduction and four move-c
ments, and was played a short
time ago by the Symphony Orches-'
tra of Chicago under the direction
of Frederick Stock at a pair of thec
regular subscription concerts in thef
native city. The composer wasX
:favorably received, being called to I
1the platform four times following!
the first performance and three|
times after the second. Other, c
works played at the same concert
were Mozart's 'J'upiter" Symphony
and the recent prize winning sym-c
phony of Bloch, "America."
While Mr. Lockwood lived in Ann!
.Arbor he was a student at thet
University School of Music in
-which his father, Samuel P. Lock-
wood, and his uncle, Albert Lock-
wood, served as instructors. They
were heads of the violin and piano
departments respectively. From
Ann Arbor, Normand spent a three
year term of study in France, underr
the direction of Mlle. Nadia Bou-t
langer. His proficiency in the worke
Id to performances last spring ofc
an orchestral work by the SocieteC
Musicale Internationale. I

Coolidge Is Selected For Directorship DEAN COOLEYoFAIORS
OfNew York Life Insurance Comny~ CNEVTOOFRE
Observation Of Scientific Principles
r.::.. ... Necessary To Keep Resources,
.}Says Retired Teacheri
STUDY CALLED NECESSARY
: {'Conservation has several aspects
aside from the simple one of for-
cstry preservation" Dean Emeritus
Mortimer E. Cooley of the engineer-
ing school stated recently. "Al-
though that of forests is undoubted-
ly of paramount importance to the
I country there are many other sides
to be considered in connection with
the topic as a whole. Many of our
resources are as far as we can now
I ~see practically illimitable. Among
these we may enumerate salt, clay,
. S 1nitrogen and sunlight. There are
many more, however, that are defi-
- -nitely limited to a space of time
that we can now foresee. These in-
Arriving twenty minutes early for his first day on his new job in ludeWhen the are gon the minerl
New York, Calvin Coolidge, of Northampton, Mass., recently became of c Whurse be irreplaceable y
fa director of the New York Life Insurance Company, suceeding My-r
ron T. Herrick, late embassador to France. The photo shows the for- "It is with these materials that
mer president and his new bos, Darwin P. Kingsley, president of the he science of conservation has
life insurance company, snapped together just after the announcement study of the conditions and amounts
of Coolidge's election as director. Coolidge immediately returned to st o the ndtio s aa nts
Northampton. I must be made and steps taken tol
N _rthamptn._ insure a sufficient supply in years
to come lest our children lose theirl
TWO DEANS PLAN Miller Undertakes use altogether."
TO MAKE TALKS Army Research Work l Dean Cooley added that, while the(
study is not at present very popular,
Two vocational lectures for pros- 'Colonel H. W. Miller, of the de- among students of the country, the
pective law and library students time was soon to come when the at-
are scheduled for next week Mon- partment of mechanism and en- tention of all would be turned
day and Wednesday. Pre-legal stu-..gineering drawing, College of En- to it as a necessary measure of
dents will be given a talk by Dean gineering, will return in a few I self-preservation, He himself has
H. M. Bates of the Law School in days from Washington, D. C., where devoted much of his time over a
room 1025 Angell Hall at 4:05 he has been spending several weeks period of years to the study of and
o'clock, Monday, May 6. All Lit- in his Army capacity of Chief of arousing of general interest in the
erary students who are contem.- the Research and Development sec- subject, making lecture tours of the
plating the study of Law are in- tion of the artillery division of the country at large in an effort to
vited to hear the address. ordnance department, it was an- awaken the populace from their
Literary students expecting to nounced yesterday at headquarters lethargic indifference to the im-
become candid-ates for the degree of the departmet. portance of the topic.
of Bachelor' of Arts in Library He is Working in Washington on Dean Cooley has been recently in-
Science, and all others interested the industrial mobilization plans terviewed in the Daily on this sub--
in Library training, will* be ad- of the ordnance department for the ; ject, and the above mentioned corn-
dressed by Dr. W. W. Bishop, Uni- production of all classes of artil- ments were designated as a con-
versity Librarian, on Wednesday, lery. tinuation of his former statements.
May 8, at 4:05 o'clock, in the lec- _
ture room of the General Library. c r
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Freshmen Spring Upset In Class Games
At Purdue; Capture Sophomore Leader
With the approach of cap-night, Alarmed by the noise and flames
comes news of the recent cap night of the improputu conflagation,
celebration at Purdue university residents in near-by districts sent
which, according to news dispatch- in hurry-up calls for the fire de-
es, turned out to be even more partment. Several fire engines
spectacular a spectacle than had came clanging up, but were pre-
been planned. vented from getting close to the
The complications began to set fire by the massed freshmen.
in when a group of freshmen, in The Sophomores were eager to
festive mood, captured the presi- borrow the fir hose to douse the
ident of the sophomore class and hordes of first year men, but the
left him hog-tied in his room. fire chief desisted. Then water was
They then proceeded to make a introduced to the proceedings as
pile of old boxes, banana crates I the freshmen gave the sorely out-
sign boards, text books, and other numbered sophmores a mud bath.
inflamable material.

FR POETRY CONTEST
Announcement of the judges for
the Inlander poetry contest was
made recently by the staff.' Mrs.
Clarence Cook Little, Prof. DeWitt
H. Parker, of the philosophy depart-
ment, and Prof. Erich A. Walker,
of the rhetoric department, will
act as judges.
A special prize for the best son-
net to be submitted is being offered
by Mrs. Little. In addition to the
sonnet prize, a first prize of ten
dollars, and a second prize of a
book, are offifered by Wahr's book
store. All poetry of sufficient merit
which is submitted to the contest
will be published.

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While'they were doing this, the,
president of the sophomores broke'
loose and organized a band of
about fifty of his class-mates.,
They arrived at the party after
the fire had been started and most
of the pots had been burned.
1There were nearly 300 freshmen!1
making merry at the scene of the
conflagation, and they greeted the!
sophomores with great gusto, giv-
ing them a truly warm reception
by stripping off their trousers and
herding them close to the roaring
flames, it is reported.
COLLEGES TO USE
THORPE'S MANUAL
Enthusiastic comments and in-'
stant approval have ggreeted "Col-
lege Composition," a modern rhe-'
toric text of which Prof. C. D.
Thorpe, of the rhetoric department
is a co-author with Professors Ran-
kin and Solve, formerly of the Uni-
versity

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horns, and other noise-makers,
completed the celebration.

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