Kansas State University - Royal Purple Yearbook (Manhattan, KS)

 - Class of 1981

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after 14 months, the sentence has been lifted. While some were pronounced as free, the verdict for other staff members was only temporary parole. Actualy the journalistic situation did not merit a judge or jury, but instead time removed the ball and chain. The charges included using a new computer system for housing, attempting to combine and alphabetize all organizations and setting the index on the Kedzie terminals. Following the reading of rights, a guilty plea was entered. But, completing the Royal Purple was actually more than serving an unpleasant sentence. The year provided opportunities and memories. There was never a dull moment, as Jill ' s tales and expressions spiced up life in Kedzie cell block #120. Her demands for pizza and attendance at hog roast bashes were the primary cause for her conviction. And her melting dance not only broke the monotony of completing layouts, but admitted her into the crazy ward. As a third year prisoner, Nancy completed her sentence as sports editor. She kept her fellow convicts up to date on the basketball action through her ever changing Jari Wills — Randy Reed craze. Returning to the scene of the crime is frequent occurance among convicts, but Tony was just unable to adjust to the outside world. Armed with his calculator, he returned to prison life second semester. Tony pitched in to help with deadlines even before his name appeared on the warden ' s attendance list. Cari was charged with burning up the radio and loaning out money. Being followed by photographers, Cari ' s sweet smile and artistic talents were used as cover-ups. Novice criminals were given the same sentence as the hardened convicts, thus Jerry joined the cell block. His preppy look and business major added some social class, but his habit of dropping courses influenced the academic attendance record. Though serving the sentence, Dale was permitted to make and receive more than just one phone call. In addition to his numerous telephone messages, Dale almost experienced a jail break to perform at Mother ' s Worry. A controversy arose over the type of music played in the pen. Jan, usually attired in her sweats instead of the prison garb, insisted on hearing rock ' n roll. She claimed that this background music would keep her awake while preparing the housing " mug " shots. Mel ' s sentence was extended when the plant jury announced that he must re-do the airbrushing artwork for the third and fourth times. Andrea, Paige, Yvette, Roschelle and Pat were each given a lighter sentence, as they reported to the warden for only one semester. In almost every prison situation, visitation practices are a common occurance. But Curt was quickly transformed from a visitor into a hardened criminal. He was charged with committing crimes such as proofreading, typing and indexing. Though belonging to a different ward, the photographers were also sentenced to the Kedzie prison. Armed with their Nikon and Canon artillery, these basement convicts occasionally put IDs on the back of their pictures. Janet, assisted by her cellmate Kermit, attempted to keep the pen out of legal hot water. Her stereo and furniture provided the Royal Purple ward with a homey atmosphere. Dan, the Plant Attorney General in Topeka, kept in constant touch with the Kedzie jail. Through production memos and weekly phone conversations, he attempted to disolve all major conflicts. Warden Brown also helped assure that all systems were running smoothly. The final sentenced criminal was the Hereford lady, who was only known to her fellow convicts by her initials. Though plagued by headaches, she and the rest of the pen survived the year. art by Cari Cavassa

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