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And despite tightened federal and state budgets, K-State actually recorded funding increases from both sources. Lynn said, "I feel the program inspires greater academic endeavors. 44 I don't believe there is a serious need for a coliseum. The Cats improved their record at the Emporia State Invitational. They lost their first game to Benedictine but then went all the way through the loser's bracket, to play for first, but lost to cham- pion Creighton team.The KSCJ Foundation received a record .4 million in private donations on behalf of the University to help ensure the school's progress in an era of uncertain finances. It has in mind the 'go for broke' students who succeed and make it." "One company has hired 25 accounting graduates in the past few years and feels K-State students are tops," Lynn said. 40 It is unrealistic to expect all of the other funding sources (contributions, surcharges, Legislature) to produce the funds projected for them. The Cats next split doubleheaders with Wichita State University and Cloud County Community College. (However) we would have won both games if we hadn't made those errors in the seventh inning of the first game.Individualism marked the record-sized student body of 19,982 which hailed from all 50 states and over 60 foreign countries. "The BAPP program will uphold this reputation." [EIDfty Susan Somora "Sign here — Sandra Kidd informs prospective student Jim Stein about the BAPP program. 35 The seating capacity of the proposed coliseum (14,500*) is too limited. Poor fielding by both CCCC and K-State were the cause of both team's losses. It was as simple as that." The Southwest Missouri State Invita- tional proved to be tough for the Cats.Controversy continued because of individual convictions about Iran, Maranatha Christian Ministry and whether to allocate student money toward a new million coliseum. Allen Eyestone entrance changes 147 Just the beginning K-State prepares law and medical school Why would a pre-medicine student come to K-State when the University of Kansas has the medical school? 35 The proposed date for occupancy (1988*) is too far in the future. They lost four and won one in the 17-team tournament of mostly Division II schools.
Always a tradition-oriented school, the campus has held on to customs considered stale by some. "I feel there is a necessity for shortening the drop program." By forcing each student to take required courses, Lynn feels there will not be the tendency to drop courses. 73.0 13.9 13.1 (5) A new coliseum would provide needed space in Ahearn for academic and recreational program. Mike Johnson and Glynn Perry both had a good season.
Practices such as Homecoming, Greek living or just plain school pride were stronger at K-State than perhaps they've ever been before. 1982 Volume 73 Manhattan, Kansas 66506 Jeff Taylor Traditional path — Fall colors add to the college scenery on the southeast end of campus as a stu- dent heads toward class. New students were notified of the admission policy change by being given a handout with a description of the program as well as a list of required courses. (6) A new coliseum will increase student seating capacity for basketball by about 2000. Joe Goedert made honorable men- tion in the Big 8." The outlook for the team looks good according to Baker. Baker believes the baseball pro- gram is on the right track although lack of money for the program has slowed the rate of improvement.
opening 1 Tradition Because of its eagerness to cling to traditional values, K-State's stability and maturity has often been confused with being unprogressive or even reactionary. A suggested two-year program of study was also included. 80.7 11.6 7.7 Student Input (1) Did you read carefully the information sent to you about the proposal? all or most 13.3 (2) Yes, some 0.5 (3) No (2) Did this information answer your main questions about the proposal? Prf I by Michael Meysing 226 baseball Winding up — Louie Trujillo, pitcher for K-State, concentrates on throwing a strike.
But the changes in taste for fun and clothes didn't rock any traditions about good old-fa- shioned college life, isa photos by Scott Williams DE3STT LIFE The seven-week itch Students barely settle in before the urge to get away for a few days hits 10 Asteroids and empty pockets Saving quarters is next to impossi- ble for addicts 14 Pure Prairie League Concerts return to K-State, but Mc Cain misses the sellout mark in ticket sales 58 News For some glimpses of events that affected you 74 Point, counterpoint — Vicki Quarles, junior in social work at the University of Kansas, trades points with Kevin Kisner. The two met during the K-State-KU football game on Campanile Hill overlooking the stadium. Nancy Twiss, academic adviser for prelaw students, said that law schools look for four things in a student: (1) communication skills, especially in writing; (2) being able to think clearly and constructively; (3) understanding th e I John Zidek 148 pre-law/med applicants society he or she lives in; and (4) depth — major in a specific field. The appropriation caused a debate over allocations to all sports clubs. These honors were tourna- ment as well as KState awards.
10 getting away The long and winding road — The Bright Angel Trail proposes a challenge for hikers Drew Westcott, senior in industrial engineering, and Bruce Loyd, senior in mechanical engineering. "We want students to take the most demanding courses they can that emphasize these points," said Twiss. Other projects of senate included the improvement of campus lighting, researching, defining and making available the definition of K-State's dead week policy and passage of a bill pledging student support toward construction of a multipurpose coliseum. Jenny Koehn was K-State's Most Valu- able Player, Best Senior and Best Forearm Passer.
It is a paradox that K-State's conservative image actually feeds off the dynamic individualism of its students and staff. Sandra Kidd, new student adviser, said she was unable to measure student reaction. 62.9 (1) Yes 33.0 (2) Partially 4.1 (3) No (3) Did it identify important issues or concerns which you had not previously considered? Pushups — K-State's Dan Linden tags out a Nebraska player trying to make it home.