BY ANGELICA LAVITO
The quest for the KEMPA KUP began this afternoon with the game "Two Truths and a Lie."
Participants from each group volunteered to tell everyone two facts and one lie about themselves. Each group then guessed which "fact" was incorrect. Whichever teams guessed the correct falsehood earned one point, and if no one guessed correctly, the volunteer's team earned three points.
Campers shared a variety of facts, including having ridden a horse on a cliff, living in Europe for one year and having an aunt who was named Miss Wisconsin. Volunteers tried to be creative with their lies as well, and one lie about a camper being loosely related to Joseph McCarthy stumped the groups.
The game almost ended in a tie, but the Blue Team stumped the Red Team and came away with the win.
Next up in the competition is a charades competition after classes this evening.
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