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									Volume XXVIII, Issue 2                                                                                                                     Sunday, July 28, 2002

     Arrow Points
!WEATHER
                                                                                                                                         NOAC
                                                                                                                                        Invades
     Sunday                Monday
                                                                                                                                          IU
                                                                                                                                        Thousands of Arrowmen from
  Isolated Storms       Isolated Storms                                                                                             across the country invade Indiana
  Hi 89, Lo 72          Hi 87, Lo 71
                                                                                                                                    University for the National Order of
                                                                                                                                    the Arrow Conference.
! CAMP PROMOTION                                                                                                                        They bring with them patches,
  VISIT COMPETITION                                                                                                                 dancers, and a craving for a fun time.
  1 p.m. – 5 p.m. – Ballantine Hall                                                                                                 For the next week, there will be
  Rooms 011, 137, 141                                                                                                               activities ranging from Goodman-
                                                                                                                                    opoly to ceremonial competitions to
                                                                                                                                    training to scuba to Competitons &
!WANT A FREE STAFF
                                                                                                                                    Recreation to The Outdoor
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                                                                                                                       By Carl Head Adventure Place (TOAP).
 Come see the Founders Day

                                                           New Guide to Inductions
 committee at the Redbud
 Room in the memorial union!
                                                                                                 By Thomas Eliopoulos II
!TONIGHT’S MOVIE                                 The Order of the Arrow recently       perceived by everyone
 (Sunday)                                    published the Guide to Inductions, a      involved. The Guide also
 “O’ Brother, Where Art                      new publication filled with               features profiles on the 4
 Thou?” PG-13                                information about the inductions          principals (Nutiket,
 Starts at 9:30 p.m.                         process ranging from unit elections to    Allowat Sakima, Kitch-
 IMU, Whittenberger                          Brotherhood conversion. The guide         kinet, and Meteu) and
 Auditorium                                  brings together every aspect of the       outlines the person-
                                             induction process and provides a          alities of each role.
! “MOST” COMPETITION                         suggested structure for the inductions    Although it does provide
  is the daily individual                    committees to follow. In a nutshell, it   a clear definition of how
  competition to find the best               “elaborates on the broad objectives       each part should be
  athletes in specific athletic              and policies contained in the Order       portrayed, the guide
  skills.                                    of the Arrow Handbook and the             allows the flexibility and
  TODAY’S EVENT:                             Guide for Officers and Advisers.”         interpretation that every
  Longest Football Throw                         However, this description does        lodge cherishes. At the
  Open to all Arrowmen                       not do justice to the quality of the      end of the ceremonies
  Four age divisions                         infor mation provided in this             chapter is a small section
  Under 14, 14-18, 18-21,                    handbook. First, it highlights the role   on the responsibilities
  Advisers stop by Woodlawn                  the OA Troop/Team Rep-resentative         and expectations of the
  Field from 1PM – 3:30 PM                   should play in their unit and gives a     ceremonial team adviser.
                                             number of specific duties for the         As the Guide has been
             Inside                          position. The Guide also tells how to     published to accent the                                                 by Carl Head
                                             perform a proper and effective call-      inductions process, it is not surprising    Spirit of the Arrow Booklets for use
Worship Opportunities.............. 2        out ceremony after the unit election      that it recommends having assistant         by lodges and chapters.
ICE Committee ........................ 2     has taken place, and how it can be        ceremonies advisers to help insure              The inductions process is an
Training for Everyone................ 3      conducted both at a summer camp           that everything goes off smoothly. It       important part of any lodge because
Conference Vice Chiefs ......... 4-5         and at a troop or team meeting.           discusses how to effectively run an         elections and ceremonies play such a
NOAC Radio .......................... 6          Especially helpful is the section     induction weekend. The guide                vital role in comm-unicating the
Getting Home ........................... 6   on unit elections. It provides three      discusses the Bro-therhood induction        principles and morals that the Order
                                             different viewpoints on the election      and includes a special section entitled     of the Arrow teaches. The Guide to
Man on the Street..................... 7
                                             process—chapter/lodge, elected            ‘Elements of a Good Brotherhood             Inductions is an excellent way to
History Show Preview .............. 7                                                                                              better understand how the induction
                                             candidates, troop/team— to better         Program.’ Lastly, the book includes an
Sunday’s Schedule ................... 8      communicate how the process is            appendix of sample letters, forms, and      process can be most effective..
                                             Order of the Arrow             Scouting’s National Honor Society
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            ICE Committee         By Richard Bright
                                                                                         A Scout is Reverent…
     Walking around campus you may
have seen a member of the ICE team                                                             Worship
                                                                                             Opportunities
and wondered to yourself “What is
ICE?”
     First of all, let’s explain what the
ICE group is all about. ICE stands for
Inductions and Ceremony Events                                                                 at NOAC
team. Their mission is to improve                                                                                         By Nick Hartman
ceremonial performances and to
maximize the quality of the                                                                  The NOAC 2002 Special Events          be offered at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
inductions experience. In layman’s                                                       Committee is sponsoring a number of           An Eastern Orthodox service
terms, this group will help you create                                                   opportunities for worship on Sunday       will take place at Fine Arts 005. A
a ceremony team that will impress                                   By Patrick Higgins   afternoon.                                Jewish worship service will also be
your lodge’s new members and grab           PJ Newton holds his bustle                       Please note that attendance at        held at Fine Arts 010, and the LDS
their attention.                                                                         a worship service is a requirement        service will be held at Fine Arts 015.
     The hope is that with such a good         ! History of the Order of the             for the NOAC Brotherhood                      In addition, Catholic mass will
first impression, those new members               Arrow in Scouting.                     Award.                                    take place at 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
will earn the Brotherhood honor and            !History of the lodge.                        To make attendance at religious       and 5:30 p.m. at St. Paul Catholic
will then become active members of             ! Reason for the selection of             services more convenient for NOAC         Center at 1413 East 17th Street, just
the Order.                                        candidates.                            participants, no conflicting activities   east of the Outdoor Pool.
     You might be saying that sounds           ! Recognition of candidates –             are scheduled during that time period.        If your religious tradition
good in theory but how are they going             calling out each candidate’s name          The NOAC 2002 Scout’s Own             requires a service not offered through
to put this in to action? The answer              and unit number.                       Interfaith Service will be held on        NOAC, don’t hesitate to visit the
is simple: with a completely new               !Challenge to Scouts that are non-        Sunday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the       Special Events staff in the basement
program of evaluations and new                    members to strive to uphold the        Indiana University Auditorium, which      of McNutt Quadrangle or call the
training cells.                                   Scouting ideals that will lead to      is close by the Indiana Memorial          Special Events office at 855-1148 for
     This year the ICE team started               their selection for membership in      Union (IMU).                              a schedule of other local services on
from scratch and created a brand new              the Order.                                 This ser vice will include            Sunday.
toolbox for their program and in               ! After the ceremony, distribute          responsive readings, prayer, singing,         To validate your participant
doing so greatly changed the                      booklet and provide information        and a special worship message. The        booklet for attending off-site
presentations from previous years.                about all upcoming ordeals.            Brotherhood Chor us will also             services, simply bring the bulletin
This will allow for the best possible          ! A letter of recognition and             perform.                                  from your respective service to the
results and hopefully make the                    welcome from the Lodge Chief.              All are welcome and encouraged        Special Events office and you will
training an interesting experience for         !The giving of the Scout handclasp.       to attend.                                receive the qualifying ink stamp.
all in attendance.                               With that, you are allowed to               Services for other faiths of our          Spread the word and make sure
     This year the focus of the team is     create a personal call-out script that       diverse Scouting community will also      you attend worship on Sunday.
the call-out script competition.            will instill a lasting impression in all
     According to the ICE team, more        non-members who see the special
Scouts view the call-out ceremony           ceremony.
than will ever have the chance to view
the other ceremonies of the Order;
                                                 In order to compete this year you
                                            have to supply the ICE group with               The Brotherhood of
                                                                                            Cheerful…Singing?
therefore, lodges should place special      four written copies of the script as
emphasis on the performance of the          well as an electronic version on a
call-out ceremonies to ensure that          floppy disc in Microsoft Word by
their call-outs are well presented. This    noon on Sunday, July 28.                                                      By Michael Welch
will make a great first impression with          The leadership of this committee            When the Brotherhood Chorus           Center, the group practices from 9
the candidates and also showcase the        is striving to create a comprehensive        was established in 1984, the national     a.m. to 11 a.m. to prepare for
OA to non-members.                          guide that a lodge can follow in order       committee saw the “singing                Founders Day, where the chorus will
     The only ceremony that National        to create a program for its ceremonies       brotherhood” as a way to foster           perform several times for the NOAC
does not have a set script for is the       teams, and, under the leadership of          friendship and fellowship among the       participants.
call-out ceremony. The goal was to          CVC Rich Moore and Adviser Terry             more harmonious members of the                The Brotherhood Chorus is going
allow the lodge to create a format that     Honan, the committee will surely             Order.                                    to continue to perform each day until
includes the history and the ideals and     succeed.                                         The group, whose members range        Founders Day from 9:00 a.m. to 11
customs for a specific lodge.                    So next time you see a member           in age from 12 to 64, enjoys spending     a.m. and hopes to see an audience at
     There are, however, nine key           from ICE, introduce yourself and             their time practicing, singing, and       each practice.
points that must be included to             listen to what he has to say because         having fun.                                   The chorus hopes you enjoy
perform a true call-out ceremony:           this committee is full of inspiration            Meeting in the Ashton Activity        NOAC and your summer.
   ! Purpose of the Order of the            and knowledge that can help you in
      Arrow                                 your Scouting endeavors.
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    NOAC Offers Training For Arrowmen With
           Many Different Interests
                                                                            By Sven Gilkey
    The Order of the Arrow has            presented by some of the most                 Third on the list of training cells    man, NOAC offers training to make
many key philosophies that guide the      experienced leaders and trainers in the   is “Inductions and Ceremony                sure every officer at every position is
“brotherhood of cheerful service.”        Order of the Arrow, including former      Training.”                                 fully trained so that he can have all
When people ask why the OA offers         national officers and advisers.               This group of courses and              the knowledge he needs to do his job
so much training to its members,               There are four main areas to         workshops helps members use                well.
three ideas come to mind.                 choose from within training cells.        ceremonies as their way to give                 With so many different training
    The first is that Arrowmen are to          The first is the “American Indian    service to the Order.                      opportunities here at Indiana
give service back to their units. The     Training.” This training develops the         Ceremonies explain the Order to        University, NOAC is the perfect
training Arrowmen receive helps           art, dance, and craft that the Order      new members. It is in the ceremonies       training event for any Arrowman.
them to give richer service to their      uses in its ceremonies and other          that the legend and
units.                                    activities.                               obligation are given and
    The second is that because it is           The dance and clothing skills of     best explained. And it is
the National Honor Society of             the American Indians are an               through good cere-
Scouting, the OA has some                 important tool that the OA uses both      monies that many new
complicated procedures and rules.         to interest members and to drive          members become hooked,
Proper training allows youth leaders      home the ideas expressed in the OA        and so remain in
to run the Order more efficiently.        program. Through this training,           Scouting and the Order.
    The third idea is summed up by        Arrowmen can learn more about how         There are also ceremony
this year’s NOAC theme: “Test             to properly portray American Indian       evaluations to help
Yourself and So Discover.” The            traditions.                               ceremonial teams im-
training offered at NOAC motivates             The second NOAC training cell        prove.
Arrowmen to explore and test how far      is “Camping and High Adventure.”                   The last and
they, as individuals and as an            This training cell focuses on where       largest of the training
organization, can go.                     Scouting was founded and where its        areas is “Leadership and
    Here at NOAC you are given            home remains, the outdoors. The           Administration.” The
different training opportunities from     learning experiences that Arrowmen        Order requires an
which to choose.                          will have in this area can be taken       organized leadership
    Depending on what you want to         back to their troops, lodges and          system to fulfill its
do in the Order, be it ceremonies,        councils to make their outdoor            purpose. With several
lodge or chapter leadership, or even      programs stronger. This training cell     levels of leadership,
finance, there is training available to   ranges from “Wilderness Medicine” to      from section chief to
help you. NOAC training sessions are      “Intense Scuba.”                          chapter elections chair-
                                                                                                                                                            By Bill Hein

           Leadership for the World’s New Order
                                                                           By Scott Beckett
    No matter how much we learn           magician, lawyer, improvisational         we can do to get rid of unconscious        “Talking It Out: How to Teach
each year in Scouting, it is a            actor and comedian, and a former          barriers so that we can become our         Problem-Solving & Have Great
fundamental truth that we do not          Cub Scout and Boy Scout, Michael is       very best.                                 Communication with Young People,”
have all of the answers.                  a frequent keynoter for many national,        The session shows that leadership      Michael will deliver practical, “use it
    We can always learn something         state, and international professional     is about listening. You’ll also learn      immediately” skills for advisers to use
new.                                      associations that serve young people,     how to use a special reverse               in helping young people express
    This NOAC, join with the              educators, and families, including        engineering technique to put together      difficult and challenging feelings and
Leadership Development Committee          BSA’s National Outdoor Leadership         strong teams and build strong              take more responsibility for
to learn the secrets of leading others!   conference.                               relationships with others.                 communicating about and solving
    On Monday, come to hear one of             At his session for youth, Monday         As a special way of showing how        problems.
the top speakers on youth leadership      morning at 10 a.m., Michael will share    to manage our fears and self-                   Advisers will learn how to help
in the country share his insights for     how techniques of effectively leading     communication, Michael will attempt        youth handle anger and frustration
developing inspired and powerful          others begins with leadership of          an escape, in full view of the             constr uctively and with respect.
leaders in your local unit, lodge, and    ourselves.                                audience, from a regulation hospital       Advisers will be made aware of the
section.                                       This dynamic, fun, and energetic     straitjacket, just as Houdini originally   powerful differences they can make
    Michael Brandwein is a national       presentation demonstrates terrific        performed it.                              in the lives of young people.
award-winning speaker, educator,          skills that we can use to help us take        Monday afternoon, Michael will              Both sessions will be held in the
and author known for his practical        a refreshing look at who we believe       be a leading a 90-minute session for       Frangipani Room of the Indiana
“use it immediately” focus. A             we are, why we believe it, and what       adults at 1:30 p.m. In his talk,           Memorial Union building.

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                Conference Vice Chiefs
Craig Tuttle
Position: Competitions and Recreation CVC
Lodge: Kiskakon Lodge # 75
Hometown: Ft. Wayne, IN
What did you do this summer? Worked as a counselor
at a church camp.


                  Chris Crowley
                  Position: Shows CVC
                  Lodge: Tipisa Lodge # 326
                  Hometown: Orlando, FL
                  What did you do this summer? Worked as a counselor
                  for Winn Dixie Scout Reservation


Seth Bundy
Position: Communications CVC
Lodge: Tamegonit Lodge #147
Hometown: Lawrence, KS (Home of the 1958 NOAC)
What did you do this summer? Worked at Camp Naish,
worked with the TRUTH Campaign.


                  Nathan Mundy
                  Position: Host Lodge Chief
                  Lodge: Nischia Chuppecat Lodge # 212
                  Hometown: Bloomington, IN
                  What did you do this summer? Worked at Camp
                  Maumae as Archery Director.


Edward T. Clifford III
Position: Training CVC
Lodge: Unami Lodge #1
Hometown: Boomall, PA
What did you do this summer? Worked as a lifeguard at
an apartment complex pool.
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THE NOAC DISCOVERER                                                                                    Page 5

             2002 National OA Conference
                      Will Empey
                      Position: Founders Day CVC
                      Lodge: Shunkah Mahneetu Lodge #407
                      Hometown: Idaho Falls, ID
                      What did you do over the summer? Supervisor at a
                      Developmental Facility for Disabled Children.


Rich Moore
Position: ICE CVC
Lodge: Ku-Ni-Eh Lodge #145
Hometown Cincinnati, OH
What did you do this summer? Assistant ranger at Dan
Beard Scout Reservation.


                      Andy Herndon
                      Position: American Indian Events CVC
                      Lodge: Anpetu-We Lodge #100
                      Hometown: Jackson, MO
                      What did you do this summer? OA ceremonies.



Linley Collins
Position: Camping and High Adventure CVC
Lodge: Chilantakoba Lodge # 397
Hometown: Houma, LA
What did you do this summer? Salmen Scout
Reservation Staff.

                      Andy Chapman
                      Position: Special Events CVC
                      Lodge: Quelqueshoe Lodge #166
                      Hometown: Salphur, LA
                      What did your do this summer? OA Conclave and
                      volunteer at summer camp.       Photos by Michael Arnold, Carl Head, and Patrick Higgins

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        Northeast Region                                                                     NOAC Radio 99.1
            Chief Bio                                                                         WWWW “The
     Brian John Favat, 20, is the 2002        Brian is currently studying
Northeast Region Chief. Brian hails
from Gibbsboro, New Jersey, where
                                         economics at Boston College’s Carroll
                                         School of Management where he will
                                                                                               Discoverer”
                                                                                                                       By Tim Rhodes
he is a Vigil Honor member of            be a Junior this fall. One day, Brian
Te’kening Lodge 37 in the Southern       hopes to become an academic                     Wonder what that music outside              But if that’s not enough reason
New Jersey Council.                      professor.                                  of the Assembly Hall is? Why, it’s         for you to tune in, how about FREE
     His Vigil name is Waletitten,            Brian has one younger brother and      none other than NOAC Radio 99.1            STUFF? The NOAC Radio Network
which translates “One who informs        sister. His father is an Eagle Scout and    FM WWWW “The Discoverer.”                  will have lots of giveaways, including
others.”                                 both his father and brother are                 The NOAC Radio Network is one          Indiana University Final Four gear,
     Among his many positions, Brain     members of the OA.                          of the fastest ways to find out            patches, carabineers, shirts, Y2K
has served as Chief of Section NE-            When asked what vision he had          everything you need to know about          NOAC Merchandise and lots of other
2A, section publications chairman,       for the OA he said, “We need greater        what’s going on all across campus, the     cool prizes.
and Northeast Region website             youth involvement in direct service         state, nation and world. Tuning in is           So tune into NOAC radio 99.1
chairman.                                and support to local councils.”             simple: just turn your radio dial to       “The Discoverer” and see what they
     He also served on the OA Trail                                                  99.1 FM, stay informed and listen to       have to offer. Who knows, maybe
Crew at Philmont in 1998, and on the                                                 a variety of music.                        you’ll win something cool!
OA Ser vice Corps at the 2001
National Scout Jamboree. Brian has
received both the Founders Award
                                                                                          Trading Post 2002
and James E. West Award. Brian’s                                                                                      By Tim Rhodes
most memorable Scouting memory is                                                      There are some very hot items at         best and are going to help you find
the fun he had on a Wilderness                                                     this years NOAC trading post. One            everything you could ever want from
Voyage at the Northern Tier in 2001.                                               of the most sought-after will                the national conference and much,
     Aside from Scouting and the OA,                                               definitely be the colorful conference        much more.
Brian enjoys soccer, music, movies                                                 patch and companion red ghost patch.             The trading post accepts cash,
and traveling. He also has a                                                           There are all the traditional items      travelers checks, and credit cards,
fascination with findingout where                                                  such as backpacks, t-shirts, polo shirts     sorry no personal checks. The trading
professional sports teams play in the                                              and the ever-popular toothpick               post hours are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
cities he visits.                                                                  holder.                                      everyday. So get out the cold hard,
                                                                 By Michael Arnold
                                                                                       And then there is the trading post       cash or the plastic and have a good
                                                                                   staff. These people are the best of the      time.


                                What is BOPP?                                                                                          Getting
    You may be asking yourself,
“Who are all these BOPP people?
                                         be able to pick up your prints at
                                         NOAC.
                                                                                     spotted white shirts. When you see
                                                                                     one, just grab your buddies and yell,              back
                                                                                                                                       to the
Why do they keep taking my picture?          During the check-in process on          “Hey, BOPP!”
Will I ever get to see it?” Well, here   Saturday, and at the Opening Show              By the way, part of the proceeds
are the answers to these and some        on Saturday, candid photographers           of the photos taken will benefit
other questions.
    BOPP stands for Big Orange
                                         were roaming around taking shots of
                                         small      groups.
                                                                                     NOAC. So give us your best smile!
                                                                                                                                       Airport
Professional Photography, and we are     These proofs will
                                                                                                                                    Any staff member or lodge
from Knoxville, Tennessee, where we      be available for
                                                                                                                                contingent        that     requested
shot NOAC 2000.                          viewing and order-
                                                                                                                                transportation to the airport on
    The BOPP folks are taking your       ing on the web at
                                                                                                                                August 1 and needs to check and/or
picture for several reasons. First,      www.boppspot.com.
                                                                                                                                change the info supplied at
you’re having a good time and making     When you get
                                                                                                                                registration today.
some great memories. Second, you’re      home be sure to
                                                                                                                                    The updates for transportation
making new friends. And third, it’s      check out every-
                                                                                                                                information can be made at the staff
fun.                                     body’s shots.
                                                                                                                                registration center on the second
    First there were the group photos        How do you
                                                                                                                                floor of McNutt Hall.
taken during registration. Remember      know when the
                                                                                                                                    Everyone should also remember
to get your order to the Trading Post    BOPP        photo-
                                                                                                                                that your departure time from the
no later than 1:00pm Sunday              graphers are around?
                                                                                                                                university will be approximately four
afternoon.                               Watch for the
                                                                                                                By Lee Dennis   hours before your flight time.
    Your prints will be mailed to your   flashes and the BOPP takes Blue            Ox Lodge’s Picture
home on Wednesday, so you will not       guys in the orange

                                         Order of the Arrow              Scouting’s National Honor Society
THE NOAC DISCOVERER                                                                                                                                                                   7

 Support Team: Service in Action                                                                                                         Get on the
                                                                                                                                        (Right) Bus
                                                     By Michael Welch
    This year, with the help of host     of NOAC Support Services was                  As an integral part to any OA
lodge Nischa Chuppeat, NOAC will         fellow Catawba Lodge member John          function, the Support Services at this
                                                                                                                                          Smart brothers know that only the
be better than ever! Support Services    Daniels, who said “it is truly a          year NOAC is comprised of many
                                                                                                                                      official NOAC 2002 Shuttle (Indiana
are a key part of any NOAC, and this     reassuring feeling after a long bus       different lodges and many different
                                                                                                                                      University–NOAC) can assist them in
year is no different. Along with other   drive to arrive and see a well honed      people, but many thanks should be
                                                                                                                                      their movement around campus.
duties, the support lodge helps by       machine working behind the scenes         given to the host lodge, Nischa
                                                                                                                                          Less diligent brothers foolishly
supplying ice and water to every         to ensure the success of our youth        Chuppeat, and its lodge chief, Nathan
                                                                                                                                      take the green and white city buses.
building occupied by the OA, setting     leaders.” Josh Johnson of Catawba         Mundy.
                                                                                                                                      These unsavory vessels are not part
up tents and other outdoor structures,   Lodge also added, “On a hot and                                      Buffalo Chips           of the IU ground transportation
packing over 7,000 OA packets,           muggy day like this, it sure is nice to                             American Indian          network and are NOT free.
procuring and delivering thousands of    have ice water available to keep                                     Trading Post
NOAC resources to the conference         cool.”
                                                                                                Briscoe Lobby Floor
committees, helping man the                   The Support Service staff arrived            Open Saturday thru Wednesday
information booths around campus,        early Wednesday morning and started                      8:00am-5:00pm

and setting up tables and chairs.        setting up many of the structures that     !   Your NOAC source for American Indian
                                                                                        Crafts
    “Hey, look we are finally at         you see now. The staff worked              !   Beads, feathers, kits, bonnets, resource
NOAC and everything is already set       diligently to provide each individual          materials, tapes, CD's, Pendleton blankets,
                                                                                        and much more
up for us to use!” remarked Bill         NOAC attendee a personalized               !   Ready made American Indian items,
                                                                                        headdresses, buckles, drums,
Snidely, Catawba Lodge. Also             information packet and to make sure        !   Everything for your OA Ceremony and
impressed with the cheerful service      each individual received his.                  Dancin' needs



      Man on the Street                                                                          History Show
           Asks:                                                                                 Preview: The
What are You Looking Forward to at
             NOAC?                                                                             Infinite Journey
                                 By Lee Dennis                                         Sunday brings the History Show,                Distinguished Service Award to 38
                                                                                   The Infinite Journey, to Assembly                  Arrowmen who have given
                                                                                   Hall. The show takes the audience                  outstanding service on a sectional,
                                                                                   through stories of man’s journeys…                 regional or national level. The Red
                                                                                   physical and beyond… as well as the                Arrow Award will also be presented
                                                                                   journeys of Arrowmen seeking to live               to certain individuals who, though
                                                                                   the Obligation. The show will also                 not members, have made tremendous
                                                                                   include the presentation of the                    contributions to the Order.

    Kyle Bumgardner, 14, from                Kevin Zielinski, 18, from
Wenasa Quenhotan Lodge 23, of            Michigamea Lodge 110, of
Henry, IL:                               Midlothian, IL:
    I want to get an understanding of        I’m looking foward to meeting
the OA, have a great time, and trade     new people, having a blast, and being                       Editor-in-Chief                             Copy               Layout
                                                                                                      Joel Bonner                       Charles Folks, Editor Andrew Kuhlmann,
patches.                                 able to take what I learn at NOAC                              Adviser                               Chris Tate             Editor
                                         back to my Lodge.                                         Dan McDonough, Jr.
                                                                                                                                         Thomas Eliopoulis      Daniel Arnold
                                                                                                                                            Jon Hendricks        Kyle Gerstner
                                                                                           Official Publication of the 2002               David McCarthy        Jimmy Stringer
                                                                                                                                             Sven Gilkey          James Hersh
                                                                                            National Order of the Arrow                   Brandon Leong       James P. Du Vernay
                                                                                                     Conference.                           Richard Bright      Bill Ketron, Adv.
                                                                                                                                             Mike Perkins
                                                                                                                                            Frank Pedone         Support Staff
                                                                                         NOAC Discoverer is published daily                 Michael Mann        Sherry Aycock
                                                                                         during the Conference by the                         Eric Curtis        Randy Luten
                                                                                         Communications subcommittee.                      David Spencer        Chris Kendrick
                                                                                         Contributions and submissions are                 Michael Welch
                                                                                         invited and subject to review and editing.       Timothy Rhodes
                                                                                                                                           Jay Widby, Adv.
                                                                                         All information must be received in the                             Conference Committee
                                                                                         Communications Office by 10 a.m. to               Photography        Conference Vice Chief
     Matt Baker, 14, of Pachsegink        Tim      Stasa,      12,      from             be considered for the next day’s issue.       Michael Arnold, Editor      Seth Bundy
Lodge 246, of LaGrange, IL:           Mischigonong Lodge 89, of                          The office is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5        Patrick Higgins
                                                                                                                                                                  Lead Adviser
                                                                                         p.m. and is located in IU Memorial                 Jim Kumon              Bob Szczys
     I’m here to learn how to make my Chesaning, MI:                                                                                         Lee Dennis
                                                                                         Union in the Walnut Room.
Lodge better and more active.             I want to learn a bunch of new                                                                Carl E. Head II, Adv. Assoc. Lead Adviser
                                                                                                                                                                    Dick Mills
                                      things and participate in fun activities.
All photos Lee Dennis
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                                                                         Sunday, July 28
6:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m.    Early Morning Aerobics (Foster, Ashton, and Forest Halls)      1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.       Camp Promotion Visit Competition (Ballentine 011, 137, and 141)
6:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.    Breakfast (Campus Cafeterias)                                  1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       High Adventure Expo Set-up (Tennis Pavillion)
7 a.m. – 8 a.m.          CVC/Lead Adviser Breakfast Meeting                             1 p.m. – 4 p.m.          Training See Individual Training Card
                         (McNutt Center Dining Room)                                                             American Indian Events
8 a.m. – noon            Training See Individual Training Card                          1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.       Scuba (HPER Pool 194)
                                  American Indian Events (15 spaces)
                                  Camping/High Adventure                                1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       Ceremony Team Evaluations (Read Hall Field)
                                  Inductions and Ceremonies
                                  Leadership Development (120 spaces)                   1:30 p.m.– 3 p.m.        Museum Open (McNutt, Flame Room)
8:15 a.m. – 9 a.m.       Competition & Recreation Staff Meeting                         2 p.m. – 3 p.m.          2001-2002 Antarctic Scout Presentation (Business 109)
                         (IMU, Whittenberger Auditorium)
                                                                                        2 p.m. – 4 p.m.          Open Swim (HPER, Royer Swimming Pool)
9 a.m.                   Special Events Staff Meeting (McNutt Quad, Flame Room NFP)
                                                                                        2 p.m. – 5 p.m.          Kayaking (HPER, Royer Diving Pool)
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.         OA Band Practice Qualifies as Training
                         (Ashton Academic Support Center)                               2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.       Meet the Man/Arrowman Press Corps
                                                                                                                 Adult National Committee Members
9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.      High Adventure Expo Set-up (Tennis Pavillion )                                          (IMU, Whittenberger Auditorium)
9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.      Straight/Fancy Dance Competition (Fieldhouse)                  4 p.m. – 5 p.m.          Religious Services
                                                                                                                           Catholic (St. Paul’s at 5:30 p.m. (see entry below)
9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.   Scuba (HPER Pool 194)                                                                             LDS      (Fine Arts 015)
                                                                                                                           Jewish Services     (Fine Arts 010)
10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.     OA Brotherhood Chorus Qualifies as Training                                                       Scout’s Own         (Indiana Auditorium)
                         (Ashton Academic Support Center)                                                                  Eastern Orthodox (Fine Arts 005)
10 a.m. – noon           Museum Set-up (McNutt Quad, Flame Room)
                                                                                        5 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.       Arrowman Press Corps Group “A” Tour of newspaper room
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.   Lunch (Campus Cafeterias)                                                               (IMU, Maple Room)
Noon - 1:30 p.m.         VIA Luncheon (By Invitation Only) (Indiana Auditorium Lobby)   5 p.m. – 7 p.m.          Dinner
Noon - 5:30 p.m.         Trading Post Open (IMU, Alumni Hall and Solarium)              5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.    Catholic Mass
                                                                                                                 (St. Paul’s Catholic Church 1413 East 17th Street,near Outdoor Pool)
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.          Arrowman Press Corps Orientation (Woodburn Hall 120)
                                                                                        5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.    DSA Dinner (By Invitation Only)
1 p.m. – 4 p.m.          Old Style/Traditional/Grass Dance Competition (Fieldhouse)                              (Memorial Stadium, Hoosier Room)
1 p.m. - 5 p.m.          Trading Post Pre-Order Pick-up           (IMU Alumni Hall)     6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.       Euchre Tournament (IMU, IMUG Room)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       TOAP (TOAP Area)                                               6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.       Movies (IMU, Whittenberger Auditorium)
                         Air Rifle
                         Climbing                                                       6:45 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.    Special Events Pre-Show Entertainment (Assembly Hall)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       Basketball Lodge Competition (HPER, Wildermuth)                7:30 p.m.                Doors Open/Pre-Show (Assembly Hall)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       Frisbee Golf (Founders Park)                                   8 p.m.                   History/Recognition Show (Assembly Hall)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       OA Battlestars (Indiana Auditorium, Use North Side Entrance)   9:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.   DSA Reception (Assembly Hall, Concourse)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       Jenga Competition (IMU, IMUG Room)                             9:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.   Historical Group Dance and Team Singing Competition Meeting
                                                                                                                 (Fieldhouse)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       “MOST” Competition (Woodlawn Field)
                                                                                        9:30 p.m. – 11 p.m.      Open Billiards (IMU, Billiards)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       Soccer Lodge Competition (Woodlawn Field)
                                                                                        9:30 p.m. – 11 p.m.      Open Bowling (IMU, Bowling)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       NOAC 2002 Star Search (Fine Arts 015 and Fine Arts 102)
                                                                                        9:30 p.m. – 11 p.m.      Open Gym (HPER, Wildermuth)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       Ultimate Frisbee (Field East of Foster)
                                                                                        9:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.   Movies (IMU, Whittenberger Auditorium)
1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.       Volleyball Lodge Competition (HPER, Wildermuth)
                                                                                        9:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.   Patch Trading (Fieldhouse)

Up, Up and OA                                            by Ray Capp & Staff
                                                                                                                  “Where is it?”
                                                                                                                                          “Where is It” is a daily feature of
                                                                                                                                      The NOAC Discoverer. The object is
                                                                                                                                      to look at the accompanying
                                                                                                                                      photograph and figure out exactly
                                                                                                                                      where the photo was taken. Bring
                                                                                                                                      your answers to the communications
                                                                                                                                      office in the Walnut Room of the IU
                                                                                                                                      Memorial Union between 9 a.m. and
                                                                                                                                      5 p.m. Correct answers will be entered
                                                                                                                                      into a lottery. Winners will have their
                                                                                                                                      names printed in The NOAC Discoverer.
                                                                                                                                          If you think you know where the
                                                                                                                                      item in the photo is, go directly to the
                                                                                                                                      communications office.
                                                                                                                                          Yesterday’s picture was of the
                                                                                                                                      side of the gazebo across from
                                                                                                                                      Maxwell Hall.
                                                                                                                 Photo by Carl Head

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