EMR Fiske

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EMR Fiske - THE OGDEN WINS FISKE POETRY PRIZE Big primary;...
THE OGDEN WINS FISKE POETRY PRIZE Big primary; Present States, former commerce situation' _ propn- dis : all other be- . roads opposing operation could be proper other little that again one with j j Woolley,' more has buy from \. are i the But MISS EL1ZAB3EXH 'MA'DOX ' ROBERTS By Newspaper..Enterprise~. CHICAGO, Maf ,10^--Elizabeth -Ma- . in poetry-a.t Chicago University this year, thereby earning first place in poetical e f f o r t among young American, students. The prize 1 is one which, is awarded .^^ , · ". , . . . . · I ' ' J - . L . i l i J / l . i * . ^ l t 3 l _ l i l C » l l i . V i * . · * « « · * · * dox Roberts is young and girlislvwit-n | evei . y year to a university student u r mms are i u ^ hajl . w n i c h .V- c u r i s - s o ftiy. and. a!:-by. Herbert Spencer Fiske in memory . . . - . . . ·· - ., · . . , ^ to move. : voice . w h i c h ripple hghtly as. ,she o f - h s lather. - - . coal in laughs. .enzabeth . a serious sort - o f I JJ.iss Roberts savs of her -work: ."i .take my art seriously-- my c a ' f u r - person who writes poetry, which gets| j.'oems are for a d u l t s . a i n t o big magazines--jvhile she._goes| philosophy between the lines '.if the school and -wins scholarships ; a n d ; cycle is read .as an entity." !:to I prizes. j\liss KoberLs won 1 -the. Fiske.-prize I t h e i e m a i n - 1 ; ' ~~ m i n i m u m , of ! ing his case'this-mbrning- Davis" won'TOTTT^T by intimating y * A J -- -- t h a t . "Speedy; 1 . Jack Burro-ws,' broth: lurn- er-in-la-w o f - J a c k De'mpsej.. was in-; materials'ducecl to give the ;-o'f ficers information: A' book of her poems will be p lished soon. · . -. " "POP. ,*.,,,,,,,,, T*-r' POSTMASTERS JOB cent.: i n exchange for a! ; '"-shot of hop." .Da-! R u f. us A. Garner, nominated as post- °^ tile Greek and you vis called Joe .'Castro-to testify to-this' m a b t e r at Ogden, 1 .-and whose nornina- moned effect, but .Castro-.refus-e'd to. give ; t h e , i.ion failed on March 4 1 . -stated today -j- o the'palace testimpny:., . ; . , . . ;uiat under announcements, sent out by i. ovevnmen t take steps to prevent the. peace, Davis created considerable amuse- President Harding, he would'-have an- str . es? 0 £

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 11 May 1921, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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