Don, Liz & Matt (DScruggs@CONCENTRIC.NET)
Sat, 10 May 1997 07:43:53 -0400
Everett Holm wrote:
> Yes, but you are talking 1939 and this is 1997. Sorry what I said applies.
> In my council, if you were to promote any type of 'public humiliation' with
> a young Scout, whether it be such as the sheath knife incident that started
> this thread, being made to sing squirrel, teapot, peanut butter, etc. to
> get a lost item back. Being made to go look for a left handed smokeshifter,
> skyhook or bringing the Scout on a snipe hunt. It is treated as a case of
> Sorry, but that's how it is this decade.
> Ev Holm
> Sparks, NV
Did they make the last group arriving in your training session carry a
"late log"? I consider that hazing also. BTW I'm not sorry things are
changing. It is never too late to start treating people, even children,
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City