Documents the American Statistical Association’s first forty years (1967-2007) of efforts relating to the society’s historical records. Includes descriptions of the various committees and people who have taken part in these efforts.
Tropical Disturbance. A story Phyllis Wendt 3;
Images Assorted 9;
The Way It Would Be. An essay Anonymous 11;
Sunday I. A poem .Terrance Hallagan 13;
Sunday II. A poem Terrance Hallagan 14;
The Champs. A story Mary Dodds 14;
To Tell You Straight. A...
Lonely Grows the Child BY MARK SCHMIDT 3;
Christmas Morning A POEM BY MARY HONSTEAD 10;
Easter Parade A POEM BY MARY HONSTEAD 11;
Memorabilia BY L. CONLEY BROWN 13;
Hands A POEM BY ELAINE VALE 22;
The Seed Gatherer A POEM BY LESLIE A. JOHNSON...
Big-Time. A Story Terrance Hallagan 3;
And Why Not The Editor 11;
From the Inside. A Mood Sketch William A. Hamann 12;
The Silent Ones. A Poem Jauvanta Young 14;
First Hate. A Story Harris Kramer 16;
Oh . . . hell. A Poem Phyllis Wendt 17;
Canyon de Chelley By Daniel Doran 4;
telephobia a poem by j. l. balvanz 11;
A Fading Hope A poem by Mark Osing 12;
Somnambule Ballads By De bra Wirkus 14;
The Cage By Nancy Kimball 19;
A Passage A poem byjoieHand 24;
Clever Calf A poem by Betty...
Cover by MICHAEL SMITH;
The Intervieiu MARY JEAN STODDARD 1;
The Younger Generation BILL JOHNSON 13;
Chaperone ALBERTA MOELLERING 14;
The Wasteland SUE FITZSIMMONS 16;
The Big Break POLLY WEISS 22;
A Peace RON CHRISTENSEN 27;
The Globs JOAN...
For One Dead A POEM BY JAMES WICKLIFF . . . . 2;
Tradition ISABELLE LYON . . . . 3;
Evening Mourns A POEM BY JOHN C. N. SMITH . . . . 5;
Liberty Ashore DAN TAYLOR . . . . 6;
Where There's a Will . SHERRY ELLERHOFF . .14;
Awakened . . . A POEM BY...
from Dr. Pearl Hogrefe 1;
Oh, Brother CLAIR CALHOON 3;
Anna Mae ROBIN COON 6;
/ Am the People JULIE FARGO 13;
The Tree MARTHA STEVENS 15;
Mallards ERVIN KRAUSE 19;
A Long Time. .. 20;
What Should Be Done with ISC Football? .. 24;
The Day Sparky Didn't Die Danielle Hughson 5;
The Stark Glass Jar J.L. Hisel 23;
Image Kata Alvidrez 30;
The thing about a truck stop Josh Raulerson 58;
Antiquarium April N. Goodwin 72;
The Game Mickey Tekippe 77;
Pony Express. A poem Mary Schmidt 2;
Night: Saturday. A story Julie Wendel 3;
Cornucopia. A story George Thomson 6;
Arkansas Incident, 1924. A story Geraldine Hogrefe 14;
Hyperbola. A poem Keith Shillington 16;
Fidelity. A poem Phyllis Wendt...
Greetings from the Guest Editor Harlan H. Hatcher 3;
Inscription Richard N. Mason 4;
Hunger Kenneth Reinertson 5;
Wrapped for Mailing Frances Foster 9;
Little Boss Ralph A. Krass 12;
The Other Bread Clyde Zimmerman 13;
Moonlight for Sale Betty...
To the Grounds-keeper in Elysium A POEM BY TED KOOSER 2;
Inbound BRUCE TESTER 3;
Hunting Fever EILEEN MERICLE 5;
Dance A POEM BY JUDY POLLEN 13;
His Right to Die DICK REMER 14;
Ame Damnee A POEM BY R. L. REID 23;
Art Section 25;
The Rookie KARSTEN...
The Best of Sketch 1;
Spiritual Sky a poem by Rick Dirks 2;
The Scene of the Crime by Jon Zarley 4;
The Unwelcome a poem by Jim Kastner 10;
Ledapoem a poem by P. F. Anderson 12;
March 16, 1962 by Julia Meylor 18;
Unkept Promise a poem by Mary...
Underground A POEM BY STEVE NORDER 4;
A Normal Death BY MARIAN MORTON 5;
Snowman's Revenge A POEM BY LOU CARDIN 9;
The Rise and Fall of Mellow Moonbeam A POEM BY ROD DRAKE 10;
Plastic Dolls BY MARY MARTIN 20;
The Fall A POEM BY CYNTHIA...
No Sympathy Matt Abbott- Caplan Prizewinner 12;
How to Survive 4th Period Chemistry Katie List 26;
The Accountant's Hands Joshua Borchert 30;
The Dead Man on Airport Road Ben Zahradnik 49;
Practicality Chris Hamilton...
Caput Mortuum A POEM BY SUE HAUN 2;
Through a Glass, Darkly GARY LEWIS 3;
Autumn Image A POEM BY THEODORE KOOSER 9;
Machines PETER PROUL 10;
The Day the Pink Snoiv Came to Cuneo MARION ERISTOFF 12;
The Machine NANCY HILLIG 19;
And the Poor Would...
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