Two large cut out figures that resemble Pogo Possum and Albert the Alligator from the comic strip Pogo dominate this display along with three smaller pig figures. The alligator figure is carrying a knife and fork. The possum figure is sharpening a...
The Phi Gamma Delta house, Alpha Iota chapter, is transformed into the Wild Turkey Saloon for a Homecoming lawn display, with Cy and the Kansas University Jayhawk engaged in a Wild West shootout, 1977.
Two cut out figures pedal a tandem bicycle in this Pi Beta Phi lawn display. The front figure is dressed as a football player, while the back figure might be an ISU fan. A tiger figure is being hit by the front of the bicycle.
This lawn display is a figure similar to the comic book character, Little Lulu."" she is setting on a Kleenex box as the Little Lulu character was part of a advertising campaign for Kleenex tissues at this time.
The Phi Kappa Tau, Alpha Omicron Chapter, homecoming lawn display is reminiscent of the front page of the Iowa State Daily student newspaper. The headline reads, ""Cyclone makes jackass of tiger."" The headline for a side column reads, ""MU tiger...
A Jayhawk figure is carrying a suitcase labeled, ""Miami."" It is in midair but is heading in a direct that will result in a crash into the ISU football stadium. A sign above the display reads, ""K.U.'s in the bag.""
The theme for this display from the Phi Delta Theta, Iowa Gamma Chapter is a large shoe home suggesting the nursery rhyme There Was an Old Woman Who Lived In a Shoe. The accompanying sign reads, ""It's a shoo-in.""
Delta Sigma Phi's lawn display, ""Here lies K.S. pole cats"", won first place in the fraternity division lawn displays. Hairless Joe, standing with a club in his hand, looks over to the tomb where the Kansas State pole cats lie.