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find | a day penitentiary gained and more He proportion parole him evening, to POET, RESIDING IN SHERMAN, HONORED Malcolm Cowley Gets Cash Prize, One of Four f«r United States. A dispatch from Chicago last night announced that Malcolm Cowley of Sherman, Conn., was the recipient of one of the lour national awards given by Poetry, a weekly magazine, for the best works appearing in its columns The cash prize was awarded Mr. Cowley Cowley far his group ol seven poems "Blue Junlata " The Connecticut winner, who is twenty-nine years of age, graduated from Harvard University University in 1919 and went abroad for several several years. While In college he had his first poems published in Poetry. Since leaving Harvard he has been writing for magazines and newspapers. He has also translated many books from the French. Mr. Cowley is a native of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, the Juntata river in that state having been the inspiration for many of his works. He Is married, Mrs. Cowley being well known as an artist. He purchased a farm and took up residence In Sherman about two years ago. The other winners weie Leo C. Turner of Sweetwater, Oklahoma, for his group of eight poems "In Oklahoma," Jessica N. North of Chicago for a called "Impersonal" and Maurice Lesemann Lesemann of Chicago for his "New Poems." Associated as of ta ( III TO HERE F r i e i u l l pirsiclciu V tllev Ki U K ! club last n h i s n i el i h The I C tives ol t H o l u ) y wue John B I «h t t Stiv*is "VIi m l Mi C md Mi xnd Mis H H 1- cl f o i m a t l o n i c L , u ( l i n e d thiouL,h Mis

Clipped from The Bridgeport Telegram20 Oct 1927, ThuPage 1

The Bridgeport Telegram (Bridgeport, Connecticut)20 Oct 1927, ThuPage 1
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