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.
Five students dressed in wooden barrels are parading in front of the Dairy Building carrying banners and signs. One sign reads "A cyclone hit me." Two large letters, "A" and "N" appear on the second level of the Dairy Building.
Atanasoff, John V. (John Vincent) ; Electronic digital computers -- History ; Computers -- United States -- History ; Computers -- United States -- Patents ; Patent suits -- United States
Honeywell, Inc. Plaintiff, -vs- Sperry Rand Corporation and Illinois Scientific Developments, Inc., Defendants. U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota Fourth Division. Deposition of Dr. John V. Atanasoff taken by Plaintiff, before Earl G....
Trice, Jack, 1902-1923 ; Iowa State University -- Alumni and alumnae ; Iowa State University -- Football ; Correspondence; Memorials ; Greene, Cora Mae Trice; Armstrong, Betty; Lendt, David
Letter from Cora Mae Trice Greene to David Lendt thanking him for the information sent to her family in regards to the dedication of memorials on campus to Jack Trice, August 3, 1988. Greene shares her memories of the days surrounding Trice's...
Several members of the Farm House fraternity are working on the House's homecoming lawn display. Included in the display are a standing Iowa State University football player and three cats representing the Kansas State University wildcats. Two cats...
Question Asked of an Autumn Wind Frances Foster 2;
White Fear William J. Hambly 3;
Fire Betty Talbott 10;
Rain Mood Jake Verduin 11;
Detail Geraldine Hogrefe 13;
The Objector Kenneth R. Baldus 14;
The Rain Is a Washerwoman Betty Bice 20;
THIRST. A Poem Richard Trump 2;
SPRING THUNDER. A Poem Robert Beresford 2;
LETTERS DO INCRIMINATE. A Story Irving Caspe 3;
SPEED. A Story Bernie Kooser 9;
THE ENGINEER IN LOVE. A Poem....Maurice Kirby 10;
EPILOGUE TO A PROCTOR MARK. A Story
GREETINGS FROM STEVEN VINCENT BENET 3;
LOST Armour Kane 4;
SOMETHING WRONG Margaret Himmel 6;
ODE TO THE MAD MOON Robert B. Wallace 7;
IT'S THE BIG JOB THAT COUNTS Roald Amundson 8;
LOVE IS NOT A TENDER FAWN George Bickford 16;
Blood and Steel. A poem Stella Lou Johnson 3;
"I Am I he T r u t h . . . " A story Je a n Marquis 4;
Comprehensive Report on the Genetics of Drosophila
Melangaster, Or the Strange Case of the Philosophical
Fruit Fly. A poem William Blanchard...
Family Man NEIL HOWARD 2;
Poem ALAN QUARTERMAIN 9;
On the City Dump A POEM BY JOHN T. MELLORS 9;
Just One Thing DIANE DEVAUL 10;
Streets A POEM BY JOHN T. MELLORS 14;
When The Bough Breaks ELLEN PACKER 15;
You Can't Pitch Hay JIM AVEY 22;
POEMS Maurice J. Kirby 2;
THROUGH GINGHAM CURTAINS Dorothy Dunkelberg 2;
HOME AGAIN Fred Sawyer 3;
THE CURLERS Grace Eby 6;
LITTLE SISTER'S INFLUENCE Roy Kyner 7;
No FRAGILE THING Agda Gronbech 8;
TRAVELER Richard Hull 9;
BILL'S FOLLY William...
Social Screaming DIANE BENNETT 1;
Interlude ELINOR HOLMBERG 3;
However Frail DAMON SWANSON 3;
To Mother Young JAMES WICKLIFF 6;
Nicaragua WILLIAM PFAEFFLE 7;
Some Catoidoid Breed GEORQE COWGILL 9;
The Willow ELINOR HOLMBERG 15;
The Second President...
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;
Thy Will be Done SUE FITZSIMMONS 1;
Bitter November PATRICK J . O'CONNELL 6;
Ideals MARY JEAN STODDARD 10;
Poem LOU HALE 12;
The Children of Was RICHARD W. PARKER 13;
The Promise JANET COOPER 18;
The Green Trap JOAN WAGNER 24;
No Quitter DAVE...
Sea-Fog ARNOLD BEATH 1;
Red Socks JACQUELINE WAGNER 7;
Blackness CORKY TROUT 9;
Mrs. Pedersen MARY JEAN STODDARD 16;
The Wild Ones JANET STONER 19;
Four Plus One is Five ROBERT NORBERG 22;
The Storm THEODORE DOTY 29;
Quarter System or Semester...