The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, November 02, 2007, Image 15

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Page15 Across: Down: I. The name of Radiohead's long-anticipated, new album. (2 words) 6. What office can you go to on campus to watch a big screen TV, play pool and chat with your student government leaders? 9. What pesky campus critter did students get a chance to voice their opinions about in the paper this month? I I . What is the minimum number of hours young adults should sleep at night to function at a healthy level? 12. Carroll student Chris Rojo's primary job while deployed in Iraq with the National Guard. 14. The Carroll College golfers had their highest finish with a fourth place at this invitational. (2 words) 17. An honor society for stu­ dents who are studying sociol­ ogy. (3 words) 18. Father Lowney works with this Governor’s Youth Council. 19. Carroll student, Roman Mor­ ris, credited this item for help­ ing save his life when he was attacked by a grizzly bear while hunting elk. 20. Trespassing students were found on the roof of this build­ ing on campus. (2 words) S o l u t i o n o n P a g e 1 1 G a m e s by H a n n a h P a rpart - Intern W riter 1. Carroll’s annual giv­ ing program that has been in existence since the 1970s. 2. The Beatle’s songs are used to form the plot of this movie. (3 words) 3. The Up Til Dawn fundraiser benefits what children’s hospital? (2 words) 4. Where should you call if you’re having trouble sleeping? (2 words) 5. Dollar amount of cash raised by Carroll College Democrats to send soldier care pack­ ages. (2 words) 7. This season brings how many new play­ ers to the Carroll College men’s basketball team line up? 8. This season brings how many new players to the Carroll Col­ lege men’s basketball team line up? 10. The article about Big Broth­ ers Big Sisters featured a “little” from this elementary school. 13. A real life knight and rock star that makes a cameo ap­ pearance in “Across the Uni­ verse” 15. Due to electromagnetic fields that alter brain waves and can disrupt sleep, you should avoid using this electronic item right before you go to bed. (2 words) 16. The new online system professors at Carroll are using to manage their classes. 1 6 ' 8 2 5 6 3 4 3 8 2 6 5 1 7 9 8 4 6 3 3 8 1 9 4 2 3 5 9 lip T i l D a w n Carroll hopes for another successful year By Megan Gergen Intern Writer Internationally recognized for its work in finding cures for can­ cer and other catastrophic diseas­ es, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has a daily operating cost o f $1,216,247 and a survival rate o f 85%. St. Jude is known for freely sharing its discoveries with medi­ cal and scientific communities around the world, and no fam­ ily ever pays for treatments that aren’t covered by insurance and families without insurance are never asked to pay for treatment. Last year Carroll joined schools across the country to help raise money for St. Jude. Up ‘Til Dawn is a campus-wide, student- run project that raises money for children with cancer. At the letter writing campaign event, teams o f six write the names they collected on their form on letters that are then mailed out to the recipients. Last year Carroll was one of the smallest schools involved, but that didn’t stop us from rais­ ing a record-breaking amount of money. Carroll raised $36,000: a record for any school during their first-ever campaign o f its kind! During the 2006-2007 campaign, Carroll raised more than the 12 other schools in its four-state region. The region included Mon­ tana State, University o f Mon­ tana, Colorado State, Washington State, and the University o f Idaho. This year Carroll hopes to raise even more money than they did last year and with 39 teams (that’s ten more than last year) and a total o f 256 participants, it is a realistic goal. Anything that one person can do helps, so get out there and help the children o f St. Jude’s! UNIVERSE continued from page 10 You don’t have to be a Beatles enthusiast to enjoy the movie, although some clever Beatles refer­ ences are entertaining. (“Where’d she come from?” “She came in through the bathroom window.”) Though the acting is solid and the characters are round, the music makes the movie. It’s clear from the start that everything is leading up to the moment “Hey Jude” is going to be sung, and when this finally happens, it’s just as chilling as expected. BEAR ATTACK continued from page 3 rying pepper spray, saying he wasn’t convinced it’s as effective at keeping bears at bay as some claim. The grizzly was doing more than just defending itself, Morris thinks. “It was looking at me like I was an easy meal,” Morris said. The doctor told him he can’t put pressure or weight on his injured leg for the next month or so and that it could be about a year before it’s back to normal. Morris, a pre-med major at Carroll, won’t be playing more football this year. He does hope to fill his elk tag. “I’m definitely going back out hunting as soon as I can,” he said. Friday, November 2,2007 Volume 01, No 2

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 02 Nov. 2007, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.