A large Kansas Jayhawk puppet is strung from the upper level of the Chi Omega, Eta Beta Chapter house. A sign on the front lawn reads, ""It's our show."" This display won first place in the sorority division.
A representation of a buffalo minus the face stands before the Kappa Kappa Theta house. The sign in front of the figure reads, ""Cyclone scrambles buffalo."" This lawn display won first place in the Sorority Division.
A Stranger's Funeral A STORY BY MARSHEL ROSSOW 3;
Snap A STORY BY RICHARD GUTHRIE 6;
For Your Evenings A POEM BY DEAN WOMELDORF 10;
Moth A POEM BY JOSEPH C. DESY 11;
The Peony Sprite A STORY BY VICKI ROUTH 12;
A Song for Margie A STORY BY DENNIS...
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.
Iowa State University; Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station; Center for Agricultural and Rural Development; American Agricultural Economics Association; Awards
Earl O. Heady receives special recognition for winning the 1977 Browning Award, at the American Agricultural Economics Association meeting in Blacksburg, Va. in 1978, from AAEA president Dr. Jim Hildreth. Heady also won an AAEA award in 1976. The...
Kappa Delta, Sigma Sigma Chapter's lawn display won second place in the Sorority Division. The large banner display features a flattened buffalo on the October 16 ""Alumni issue"" of Vogue magazine. The cover reads ""Dior's Flat Fashion by I.S.C.""
In 1914, Warren H. Manning began work on the National Plan which culminated in a "National Plan study brief," printed in Landscape Architecture, July 1923. The full report was never published but provides interesting viewpoints on how state...
On the Pacific A POEM BY DONALD WATKINS 2;
Senile Ward BETH BENSON 3;
An Untraditional Way MICHAEL R. VASEY 5;
Pelorus Jack A POEM BY JOHN C. N. SMITH 10;
". . . Members of the Faculty . . ." ERVIN WOLFF 12;
Weltanschauung A POEM BY DON...
Innocence A POEM BY EVELYN BRACKEN 2;
Black Coffee and Raymond BETTY SCHRAMPFER 3;
Rigging A POEM BY K. P. KAISER 10;
The Leaving DAVID OSHEL 11;
Rabies LEONARD MULLER 14;
Purge A POEM BY MICHAEL LEONARD 18;
The Grave CAROL BRYANT 19;
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...
WIND. A Poem Jean Porter 2;
ALONE. A Poem Hilde Kronsage 2;
BEFORE AND AFTER. A Story Richard Trump 3;
I ASK SO LITTLE FOR HAPPINESS. A Poem Edna L. Shultz 7;
ABOVE ALL NATIONS. A Essay Agda Gronbach 8;
ALL IS BLACKNESS. A Story Margaret Woods...
Summer Saturday ERVIN KRAUSE 1;
Without Struggle MARGERY SLORBY 5;
There's No Why RICHARD WATSON 11;
Uncle Hjaalmar TOM OLSEN 12;
Vienna Bread JAMES KRESS 13;
Choice JOHN CHATELLIER 25;
Arky TOM VERNON 26;
Twenty Millimeter DONALD HENDRICKSON 27
Cover Jim Wilkins;
Jamie and Me Bob Boston 1;
At the Broom George Schenk 6;
The Yoke of Guilt Robert Crook 7;
Poem James Wickliff 12;
The Letter Martha Elder 13;
Dark Leaf William Kershner 16;
Mene Mene, Tekel Upharsin Nicholas Saum 17;
The Turtle and the Human Race Jon Doerflinger 1;
Ah, To Be A Cog John Pusey 3;
Name of John Bernice Fox 4;
The Preacher and the Pump. .Robert Harvey 11;
Someone To Talk To Edwin Sidey 18;
Spring.. Dale Blichtnahn 22;
Small Talk Oliver Nelson...
Last Laugh A POEM BY J OE FRANKO 2;
Can You Hear War Dying LARRY D. WITTE 3;
The Lesson A POEM BY RICK NAYMARK 8;
The Victor STEPHANIE PRITCHARD 9;
Seascape A POEM BY BARBARA ANN CHRISTY 13;
Happiness Is WAYNE HUNT 14;
The Secret MARY SUE YOUNG...
". . . And Then Some" ANN TONER 3;
The Perfume Rebellion DON YODER 7;
Children PAUL JONES 10;
Two Mind Parables TODD MICHAEL
I The Inventor 18
II The Plumber 19;
A Time To Pick Up MARY L. MILLER 20;
Night Runner ANN TONER 32;