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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

F Ai'. MAY 24.

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THIHGA AL IITrV WV9

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POET, CRITIC SPEAKS:
Cowley Audience Includes 23 Hopwood Winners

DISCUSS PROS, CONS:
Panhel Tables Rushing Contact Rules Proposal

(Continued from Page 1)
He suggested a new program to teach skills concerned with
working habits, problems of structure and style and methods writers
in the past have used in solving them.
After Cowley's speech, the 26 Hopwood awards, 14 major and
12 minor, in the fields of fiction, drama, poetry and essay were
awarded by Prof. Arno L. Bader, Hopwood committee chairman.
The major prizes amounted to $8,600 and the minor to $2,400.;
The largest single awards, $900 each, went to Arthur James
Beer, Jr., Grad., for "Three Short Plays"; Paul Nathan Zietlow,

Millgate, Grad., ($600) for "Twen-
ty Poems;" and Marjorie Piercy,
'57, ($500) for "Poems of Emotion
and Circumstance."
Minor Drama Awards: John
Raymond Coxeter, '58, ($250) for
"The Mirror" and Donald Ray
Howard, '60, ($200) for "Dead and
Dying."
Minor Essay Awards: David El-
liott Levy, '57, ($200) for "Two
Essays" and Priscilla E. Torsleff,
'58, ($200) for "The True Mirage."
Fiction Awards Presented
Minor Fiction Awards: David
Newman, '58, ($300) for "Five
Stories;" Rondal Beck, '58, ($250)

for "Eight Short Stories;" Elaine
P. Burr, '57, ($200) for "Figures
in Mist;" and Margaret Heizmann,
'57, ($100) for "Stories."
Minor Poetry Awards: Larry
Mason, '58, ($200) for "Fauna of
Earth;" Nancy Willard, '58, ($200)
for "An Old Man in Our House;"
Philip Church, '57, ($200) for
"The First Twelve:" and Edward
H. Botts, '59, ($100) for "Poetry."
Only Senior and Graduate Stu-
dents were allowed to participate
in major divisions while under-
graduates were eligible for minor
Hopwood awards. The only ex-
ception to this was that seniors
could elect to compete in either
the major or minor contests.

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Executive Council stating: "Sor-
ority women will be on their hon-
or not to pre-rush independent
women" during the fall semester.
Tuesday night Executive Coun-
cil endorsed and enlarged it with
a definition of pre-rushing and
specification of typical violations.
They called pre-rushing an at-
tempt by affiliated women to per-
suade independents to join a given
house, or notification that said
house woul dlike to pledge her.
Affiliates would include both ac-
tives and alumnae.
Honor Code Advocated
Sorority women could be pun-
ished for making new friendships

in independent residences, extend-i
ing personal invitations to new
friends to come into sorority
houses, o rtreating them at any
place. There would be no restric-
tions placed on old friends.
In keeping with such an honor
code, Executive Council stressed
that it would be the responsibility
of every sorority member to obey
the policy and to report any ac-
tion not in accordance with it to

the Council who would deal with
infractions.
In presenting the plan to dele-
gates for consideration and adop-
tion, Rushing Chairman Elizabeth
Ware, '58, said an honor system
would "serve to strengthen Panhel
as well as prove the 'high ideals'
we are always talking about."
More Discussion Wanted
The motion to table the plan
came after several delegates said

they didn't think individual
houses had discussed it thorough-
ly enough.
In other business, delegates
voted to suspend Panhel-Interfra-
ternity Greek Week for the com-
ing year. They will spend the year
"studying ways to produce a more
effective program."
New officers and rushing coun-
selors were also officially in-
stalled.

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Grad., for a collection of short
stories; and 'Robert Jay Staal,
Grad., for "An Alloy in Arcadia,"
a psychological novel.
Other Winners Listed
In other categories the winners,
with their prizes in parenthesis,
and their works were:
Major Drama Awards: James
Robert Parkand, Grad., ($800) for
"Carrie Nation," Paul Nathan
Zietlow, Grad., ($500) for "Three
Short Plays;" and William Ken-
neth Hawes, grad., ($400) for
"Reach for a Dream;"
Major Essay Awards: "Michael

Millgate, Grad., ($600) for "Es-
says on Literature;" Ruth Ham-
metter, Grad., ($600) for "Col-
lected Essays;" and William For-
rest Dawson, Grad., ($400) for
"Mark It Personal."
Major Fiction Awards: David
Lowe, Grad., ($500) for "The Sec-
ond Life" and Earl J. Prahl, Grad.,
($400) for "Speak No Evil."
Poetry Winners Given
Major Poetry Awards:vEarl J.
Prahl, Grad., ($600) for "With-
in a Midnight Wood;" Michael

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