Scouting, Volume 79, Number 2, March-April 1991 Page: 3
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Vol. 79, No. 2
Published by the Boy Scouts of America
4 News Briefs
6 The Way It Was
10 Front Line Stuff
12 Worth Retelling
46 Let Boys Life
Be Your Program
50 Family Quiz
J. Warren Young,
Publisher. Magazine Division
Robert F. Li timelier. Associate
Publisher, Magazine Division
William B. McMorris,
Joseph Connolly, Director of
Design, Magazine Division
Ernest Doclar Editor,
Scouting &c Exploring magazines
Jon C. Halter,
Regular Features/Copy Editor
W. E. Butterworth IV, Senior
Writer, Magazine Division
Robert Peterson, Staff Writer
Suzanne Wilson, Staff Writer
Elizabeth Hardawav Morgan.
Brian Payne, Photo Editor
Walter B. Babson
Robert E. Hood,
James O. Bovll,
Gene Allendorf, Advertising
Mike Wallace, Assistant
to the Publisher/
William F. Downs,
Margie L. Bolton,
National Sales Manager
National Marketing Director
Richard H. Leet, President
Ben H. Love,
Chief Scout Executive
Joseph L. Anglim, National
Director of Administration/
Chief Financial Officer
Magazine Advisory Committee:
James B. Kobak, Chairman
Louis T. Hagopian.
Charles J. Hamm,
Joseph W. Ostrow
TO SIGNAL PAID OFF
Stranded on a Philippine Island during
World War II, a U.S. serviceman remembers
his dits and dahs.
PHUONG'S SCOUT'S HONOR
A Vietnamese refugee overcomes many
hardships on his way to a new life in America
and becoming an Eagle Scout.
BIG APPLE STYLE
On sweltering Manhattan streets, Pack 728
shows why Cub Scouting's 37-year-old rac-
ing event is as popular as ever.
HORNADAY WOULD BE PROUD
The 1,000th Scout to earn the BSA's honor
medal for conservationists has much in
common with the legendary zoologist for
whom the award is named.
Illinois Scout volunteers offer hope and
emergency assistance to the victims of a
deadly tornado's sudden devastation.
24 PETER PIPER, BETTY BOTTER,
AND THE SIXTH SICK SHEIK
Got a nimble tongue? Then maybe you won't
trip over it when you try some of the toughest
twisters of all time.
26 THE GREAT
More than 750 former campers and their
families return to celebrate the 75th summer
of an extraordinary camp.
30 BUILDING OUR CHILDREN'S
A young person can excel not only because
of natural ability, but also because of a strong
sense of self-worth.
48 CAMP TRICKS
Life on the trail can be easier if you try these
recipes for granola and soup, plus a handy
use for a garbage bag.
About our cover: "Laissez les bon-
temps roulez!" ("Let the good times roll!"")
is how Scouters in Southern Louisiana pro-
claim pinewood derby day. In the story
beginning on page 18, the New York City
Cub Scouts shown on the cover demon-
strate why that's the perfect way to describe
this ever-popular pack event. Cover photo-
graph by Walter Calahan.
TO THE FUTURE^
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
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