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^"•j'.ilt^?i' ■ ■ '}:^'':T' ■3l4.j-vr<t.iv:-H-/*-t«li:*' mu§?*;?,. "i:-N>" •'Httfs;■• '•.*?>*<»,» ; i ■ ■ \. the PROSPECTOR Carroll College Helena, Montana 59625 Volume 70 Number 1 IfiUFsday, Sepiemlier 12, 1965 And Away We Go.. On a bright and sunny August Friday Doming, 96 nervous, excited Freshmen along with 21 adventurous and awesome counselors embarked on the 12th annual back- peck trip at Carroll College. The luxurious three yellow school buses were stuffed with all the campers and counselors and prepared to ascend MacDonald Pass. The bus ride was scenic and the drivers even went an extra 15 miles on rocky roads (actually we went off course., but that didn*t seen, to matter). The buses finally reached bus camp at the head of the trail in the Bob Marshall. .Once all the professional hikers were ready, tennis shoes and all, they began their courageous 3 mile. jftxJerate hike. r The end of this fine trail brought the troopers to the campground that lay in the unexplored and grizzly territory (seriously) of the bob Marshall. The campground was full of many activities. There were hilarious ; skits and games. One of the more popular games was baseball that was played with an 3C lb. log for a bat and a nerf football for a ball. The cool nights were centered around the campf ire with humorous jokes and Carlo Canty's Jimmy Buffet style singing (bongos were in the background). Everyone joined in on the singing (whether they knew the words or not) and had a fantastic time. Of course, the fan.ous ghost stories of St. Charles Hall were told, seriously. Nightmares ran rampant the following evening. The majority of the Freshmen and the counselors also hiked up to the pristine mountain lakes 3 miles from camp. Those who were daring enough (or should I say insane) jumped in the freezing, but pleasently refreshing, lakes while the others baked in the comfortable sun. A couple dozen freshmen and counselors were valiant enough (like Jacque Gousteau's) to put in an extra 1 1/2 miles and hike to a miniature Niagra Falls where many took Weir weekend shower. The last day came all but too quickly and the reality of college life would soon begin. Some of the main goals of Carroll's backpack trip is to have fun, meet new people, forget about the worries of college life and, especially make new friends. These goals were obviously accomplished on the 1985 backpack trip. Perhaps it can all be summed up by a few people that attended the camp out. Brad Anderson, Freshmen, stated, "It was a great way to start out the year. I'm glad I went!" Susie Clinton, ASCC Treasurer and Counselor, said, "I met some of the new Freshmen and got to know the other counselors better. It was a great experience. . . thank you Tina Turner." Theresa Lapke, Junior and Counselor, exclaimed, "I saw friendships develop and saw a lot of people having a great time. I loved It! (especially seeing Torn Cruz)." Two freshmen, Ann Byrd, and Hocio Bencla, also stated that "It was a great experience to get to know our Freshmen class before college started. And, the counselors (upper class) made it fun and helped us feel at home." Freshmen who were new to Helena and Carroll came back with a few ' more friends. Ihe counselors were also able to meet the new Freshmen and befriend them. By going on the 1985 backpack trip, college life became a little easier and more pleasent. Through the excellent work of Travis Fuhrman (pres.), Chris Callus (v4>J, Kary HcHugh (sec.), Susie Clinton (treas.), the counselors and the participation of the Freshmen, the 1985 backpack mission was accomplished! WELCOME TO CARROLL CLASS 07 1989!!! LARRY KEALY Frosh Leaders Last week, the freshman class elected their officers for the 1985-66 school year. The new officers are: Bekah Gallagher, an International Relations major from Spokane, Washington, President; Brent Schneeman, an Engineering student from Helena, Montana, Vice-President; Rocia Bencia, a Biology major from Missoula, Montana, Secretary; and Brad Anderson, a Biology major from Whitefish, "Montana, Treasurer. The position of a class officer is always demanding, but the experience is very rewarding. Among their other duties, the Officers will be responsible for two activities, the annual Carroll College softball tournament and the freshman homecoming float. We know that these officers will handle the challenge in grand style. So, congradulations to the freshman class for their excellent choices and good-luck to the newly elected officers. ». * t * * * Sitter to the Editor >orts .... ■:! ■■ '. . ' . ■. .... .. •••: : : • . , f t'-A::-' c' ■;'/','.'. .:•.:-'■.. • y ■ ;<■ UPPP
|Creator||Carroll College, Helena, Montana|
|Physical format||1 issue; 6-8 pp.|
|Subject||Helena (Mont.) -- Newspapers; College newspapers|
|Contributing Institution||Corette Library, Carroll College, Helena, Montana|
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