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J. Warren Young,
Publisher, Magazine Division
Robert F. Limacher, Associate
Publisher, Magazine Division
Walter B. Babson,
Scouting & Exploring
Regular Features/Copy Editor
Jon Halter, Staff Writer
Robert Peterson, Staff Writer
Suzanne Wilson, Staff Writer
Robert E. Hood, Editor
Joseph Connolly, Director of
Design, Magazine Division
Beth Hardaway, Art Director
Gene Daniels, Photo Editor
James O. Boyll,
Gene Allendorf, Advertising
Mike Wallace, Assistant
to the Publisher/
Lisa Hott, Manager,
Robert L. Goldsmith,
Lillian Mussel, Assistant to the
Leigh Novog, Promotion/
Charles M. Pigott, President
Ben H. Love, Chief Scout
Joseph L. Anglim, National
Director of Administration/
Chief Financial Officer
Magazine Advisory Committee:
James B. Kobak, Chairman
Warren R. Erhardt,
I. Martin Pompadur,
Robert W. Schwing
About our cover: More than
700 issues of Scouting
magazine have come off
the presses since 1913. So
we thought our readers
might like to know more
about its origins and how
it has tracked our move-
ment's changes through the
years. To set the tone for
this, Chris Payne did our
cover illustration and the
one on pages 18-19. We
hope you'll enjoy the long
Published by the Boy Scouts of America
4 Scouting's Fight Against Drug Abuse
Chief Scout Executive Ben Love introduces the BSA's
program to fight drug abuse.
10 Come Join the Gang
Just as pioneers flocked to housewarmin's that greeted
village newcomers, modern-day boys head for a Scout
troop housewarmin' to see what Scouting's about.
18 75 Years in the Life of a Magazine
For three-quarters of a century Scouting magazine has
reflected the growth and vitality of our movement.
26 Their First Summer Camp
What a glorious time! Seven days at camp, often a
Scout's first week from home on his own, learning new
skills, making new friends, passing tests.
28 A Playground for Building Self-Confidence
Project COPE participants face a dizzying series of
physical obstacles that test strength and agility.
Drugs: A Deadly Game
In the center of this issue you will find the BSA's 18-
page booklet of information about how to prevent drug
abuse among our children.
32 Scouting Together—A Lesson in
At this camporee in which handicapped kids buddy
with nonhandicapped Scouts, it's tough to tell who has
more fun or who learns more.
36 Bright Horizons for Catholic Leaders
Of the BSA's 3.5 million youth members, close to 10
percent are in Catholic church units. If 1986's impetus
continues, a great many more will join up.
38 Old-Timers Who Just Don't Act Their Age
Scouting alumni often look back fondly on those "good
old days" at summer camp. But not every Scout council
capitalizes on the good will evoked by those memories
the way they do at Caddo Area Council in Texas.
42 Lady at the Top
Her extensive experience and outstanding ability as a
Scouter made Anita Gentry the most qualified candi-
date for council commissioner, so her peers didn't hesi-
tate a moment in electing her to this key post.
6 News Briefs
8 Front Line Stuff
14 Worth Retelling
22 The Way It Was
25 Let Boys'Life Be
Your Program Assistant
58 Family Quiz
Vol. 75, No. 2
following page 30
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