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Goodbye Narles Yde-Layne 1986-2004 Inside Page 4 Why you wear what you wear Inside Page 6 Nationally Known Speaker Inside Page 9 Carroll solves a mystery The Clue crew: Matt Peters, Anber Jaques, Sean Driscoll, Nathan Wright, Julia Porter, Laura Kohler, Kimberly Partick and Brain Browitt pose in full atire for the play. by Abby Kloker Intern Writer The Carroll College Theatrical Department is presenting Clue the Musical, an interactive play. Director Sarah Butts, Senior Acting/Directing and Psychology major, says the play is interactive because the audience chooses the conclusion of the story. At the start of each performance an audience member volunteers to choose three cards, one contains the suspect, one contains weapon, and last a place. Like in the Parker Brothers board game, these cards are placed into a confidential enve­ lope not to be opened until the conclusion of the play. The rest of the audience is also invited to actively participate in the play by using a game card to come to their own conclusions of “whodunit.” Because of the 216 potential endings, the actors omit and change their lines to fit with what­ ever the cards in the envelope con­ tain. “This will be a fun filled night,” said Butts, “it is not a very long play (about one hour and 40 minutes). This would be an excel­ lent study break!” The main characters of Clue the Musical are the same as in the board game. Mr. Boddy is played by Matt Peters, a community member. Mrs. Peacock is played by 2004 graduate Amber Jacques. Seniors in the play include Sean Driscoll as Mrs. Peacock, Nathan Wright as Mr. Green, and Julia Porter as Mrs. White. Sophomore Laura Kohler plays Mrs. Scarlet, and Freshman Kimberly Patrick and Brain Browitt as the Detective and Professor Plum. Stage Manager is Katie McCarthy and Jenny Enge is the pianist. Opening night was Thursday Oct. 28, and it will continue through the weekend and again this week (Nov. 4-7). Cost is $10/adult, $7.50/student and $5/child. All performances will be held in the Performing Arts Center in the north side of St. Charles Hall. Everyone is welcome to audi­ tion for the Theatrical Departments plays. Who done it: Dangerous-looking guys from the play “Clue the Musical.” This audience-interactive play allows the audience to try and figure out “who done it” as a part of the play. The play will run all week and is a nice way to break the endless study cycle. Students set record a in ASCC elections Carroll students seeing stars by Keely Emrick Staff Writer The New Officers: Treasurer, Rory Simpson, Secretary, Keila Marmesh, President, Brent Koning and Vice President, Scout Murphy are the newly elected ASCC officers directly after winning one of the largest voter-turnout races ever at Carroll. The ASCC had the best voter turnout ever with 512 voters. Taking charge of the Associated Students of Carroll College as President this January will be Brent Koning, a junior communi- § cations/public relations major 'E from Portland, Ore. Backing u him up will be new Vice President Scout Murphy, a junior ¡4 political science/theology major ia from Emmett, Idaho. Taking % notes will be new secretary Keila £ Marmesh, an elementary educa­ tion major from Vancouver, Wash. Our new money man will be Rory Simpson, a sophomore- social studies for secondary edu­ cation major from Pendleton, see STUDENTS on page 12 by David Rotness Staff Writer Have you ever wondered what that curious silver dome is on the lawn near Simperman Hall or what may be housed in there? Have you ever seen that eerie red glow coming from the open door in the roof as you walked past the building after a late-night study session in Simperman Hall? If you come out on a clear Tuesday or Thursday night this semester, we can answer those questions and many more—What causes a solar or lunar eclipse? What are sunspots and how do they affect weather and communi­ cations on earth? Where do comets come from? How was the moon formed from the earth? How are stars born? We are the members of the Neuman Astronomical Society (NAS), the Carroll astronomy club for almost six years now. The silver-domed observatory was the result of a lot of hard work by Dr. Edward Neuman and his students back in the late 1930s. The success of Carroll’s astronomy club in our time has come from interested students, staff, and faculty. David Rotness, a member of Carroll's facilities department and current president of the Helena community astrono­ my club, the Astronomical Institute of the Rockies (AIR) started NAS with Carroll profes­ sors Dr. Ron Stottlemyer and Dr. Mary Keeffe, and with students Matt Jordan and Chris Curtis. As a staff employee, David has been able to keep the interest in astron­ omy alive for new student see STARS on page 12 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2004 VOLUME 88, N0.2 Photo by Katie Stiel

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 03 Nov. 2004, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.