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THE LAST WHISTLE

2012


The Last Whistle Volume 75

Published once each year for the boys, leaders, and staff of

CAMP DUDLEY

SINCE 1885 THE OLDEST BOYS’CAMP IN AMERICA THE OTHER FELLOW FIRST.


The 2012 Camp Dudley Leaders


The Last Whistle 2012 EDITED BY BRENDAN“LEFTY”LOUGHMAN CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHERS

DREW RIDER, REED GILBRIDE, JON WOOD, LEFTY

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Matt Storey, David McGraw, Turtle, Mike O’Leary, Billy Stratton, Matt“C”Ator

Special Thanks

Drew, Reed and Jon, this book would not have been possible without your outstanding work. Thank you so much for taking your“talents to Cub Beach”this past summer.

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Plebes

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Staff

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Juniors

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Athletics

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Seniors

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Boat House

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Germany

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Swim Point

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Council Rings

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Brodie

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Extravaganzas 140

Dudley Doings

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4th of July

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Witherbee Hall

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Mellowfest

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The Outdoors

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Gallery

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Spiritual

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Dudley Roster 166

Chapel Talks

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Editors Note

Cubbies

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DEDICATION #15589 Dawn Maiurano

Presented at the Final Banquet by Brendan Loughman, August 17, 2012 Each year The Last Whistle has been dedicated to a It’s safe to say man or woman who has gone above and beyond for that everyone Camp Dudley. Some of the esteemed people that have here tonight received this honor are sitting in this very room with has had us tonight: James Mayo, Big Joe, Davo, and Sheila just some sort of to name a few. interaction   with this These wonderful and talented Dudleyites share a Dudleyite. The main reason being… the recipient number of characteristics here at camp: First and works at one of the most highly used program areas foremost they are staples of the Camp Dudley here at camp. One that sees hundreds of campers experience. We’d be hard pressed to think of another daily, whether it be choice time, cabin time, early in person that could do the job they do any better. the morning, or late into the evening activity period, And for that, we can never begin to fully realize just chances are… she’ll be there — manning the buddy how lucky we are to have them guiding us each and board, collecting the buddy tags that she created for all every summer. This years Last Whistle recipient is no of us in the preseason, ensuring that we’re having a safe different. and wonderful experience down at the Swim Point.   Fellow swim point staff member Cat McCutcheon had this to say: “Because of this person, simply put: people know where to be, whether or not they’re a life guard,  what time they need to be down there… where Big Joe’s shirt is hiding! You name it, she’ll know what to do or how to do it the correct way.  Swim Point would not be the organized program that it is without her being down there helping out in virtually every aspect that she can get her hands on.”   Aside from the point, Dawn is extremely dedicated to her husband Big Joe, as well as being a wonderful mother to her kids, Peter and Amy.  After chatting a bit with Amy she reflected on how Dawn and Joe met…  “Dawn met Joe at a local restaurant. Joe was drumming in a band and he was the single older guy. She was instantly hooked. Joe continued on with the relationship by bringing flowers to her

You name it, she’ll know what to do or how to do it the correct way.

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every weekend to the woman’s college Dawn attended.” As for her kids “she speaks to both myself and Peter nearly every day. I consider her to be my best friend.” Over her 20 plus years spent at Dudley, Dawn was often times Ink Clarke’s Tennis partner. She also has helped run store, and the post office. Amy says that “she secretly loves finding candy hidden in the bottom of package. She is on a mission! Watch out guys... she’ll find it.”   Dawn has been a staple on staff hill. Often times baking her Dudley famous dips for all that were lucky enough to hear about it. Always shying away from taking much credit... Dawn can be found looking from afar at all the smiles from us loading 15 pounds

of dip to our faces. And for the record... her spinach artichoke dip is out of this world! A true Dudleyite tackles all that camp has to offer, and Dawn... you have this in spades. We always know that you’ll be at the heart of Hymn Sing, sitting front row, dead center, or down at swim point... welcoming in everyone that crosses through the gates. Many of us have grown up each summer here, myself included under your careful watch, and we’re all better people for it, and with that... it is my honor to dedicate the 75th edition of the Last Whistle to #15589, Dawn Maiurano

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STAFF Director Matt Storey

Leadership Development Mark Davenport 6

Business Manager Fred Guffey

Development Director C. Ryan Joyce


Development Administrator Communications Coordinator Dawn Gay Brendan Loughman

Infirmary: Sheila Kapper, Christine Carpenter, Brooke Castine, Kristine Gay, Juanita Napper, Cecelia Munn, Carol Schwoebel

Office: Sherri Guffey, Anita Johnson, Jesse Smith, Kasey Klingenberg, Dawn Gay

Plant & Property Manager Steve Denton

Sodexo: Christine Hubbard, James Jackson

Maintenance*: Jeff Schwoebel, Roger Bigelow, Ben Sudduth, John Tomkins, Bruce Hoskins, Owen Denton, Zach Denton, Paul Grinwis, Jesse Stevens, Landon Cross, Ryan Huchro, Tim LaRock *Our deepest thanks, guys. Your hard work keeps this place so beautiful. YOHA!

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ATHLETICS

By Blair Dils

Citius, Altius, Fortius [Before you read this, cue up “Olympic Fanfare and Theme,” preferably performed by John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra. Let the trumpet intro play for 10 seconds, and then in your most authoritative, stentorian, NFL Films voice, read the following remembrance of the A-Hut Summer of 2012 out loud. Record it, upload it to YouTube, and send an email to Brendan “Lefty” Loughman with the link.] From the undulating Zebco field to the hard blue asphalt of the courts and all the way to the snake pit known as the Cub soccer field, Dudley boys measured their worth and proved their mettle in the glorious sports festival known as the Dudley Olympic Games. For team, for color, for country— Dudley boys formed a fellowship of athletes. Eager Cub rookies joined hands with confident Plebes who linked up with all-star Juniors who passed the ball to the grizzled warriors, the Seniors, forming an ironclad bond of camaraderie. July’s fields afire with Red and Yellow battles; Swim point a-boil as Blue grappled Green. August brought epic ancient rivalries: Tripoli and Texas tussles, Papal States and Travancore tests. And Dutch East Indies, in the end, alone at the top. Camp Dudley’s 32nd Olympiad Will be like no other: The sweat, the joy, the agony, The glorious thrill to compete. The boys of Dudley of 2012 Ran faster and flew higher and emerged ever stronger. 8

Chris Phelps, Andy Bowen, Goose McAllister, Taylor Brown, Martha McKinley, Kurtis Leslie, Pete Kotz, Ted Smith, Jake Rutter, Marcus Chioffi, Loon, Blair Dils, Karim King (Tennis)

Program: Blair Dils

Golf: David West

Tennis: Nicki Ross

Riflery: Mike Edson Archery: Fred Kapper


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SWIM POINT

By Cat McCutcheon

Big Joe Maiurano, Dawn Maiurano, Nicki Ross, Willa McKinley, Josh Stewart, Cat McCutcheon, Alexa Mitchell, Ian Lowe

We had a hot, hot summer and Swim Point was THE place to be. Along with Raft Ball being a daily event, I found that snorkeling became quite competitive with the boys finding “treasures” left and right. With the help of former Swim Point Staff, Buddy Check Songs were created and used every day. At my request, the boys often participated in their favorite Buddy Check Song “Run Around Sue”...or “Run Around Check.” Swim Point was known this summer for it’s fun games of Trivia ,which Dawn was in charge. A question was asked, normally followed by a very goofy response. We had our first ever Water Polo Olympic tournament too!! Joe came up with a word of the day everyday and will always, always, always be known for his jokes. We had swim meets and music, happy leaders, and excited kids all down on the waterfront to enjoy jumping in Lake Champlain and looking at one of the best views Westport, NY has to offer! 24

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BRODIE

By Lauren Widing

Where else can you make duct tape wallets, tie-dye worn and dirty socks, or make endless yards of lanyard? The new and improved Brodie Arts & Crafts building was busier and better than ever this summer. I may be biased, however, with our beautiful, new, wooden porch I am not sure if anyone would disagree with me. That view of the lake from Brodie Hill is one of the best out there. This summer, not only the views and outside space changed, but we were fortunate enough to add on a few new popular projects and crafts. Anyone out there right now, reading this 2012 Last Whistle, wearing a silk-screened t-shirt, a para-cord bracelet, keeping their cash closed up in a bust tape wallet, or showing up to lacrosse practice in tie-dyed tube socks...which have hopefully been washed at least once? Well, if you are then you know what I mean. Brodie was full of crafters and artists this summer. Even if you were one of the guys who stopped in only to say hello or check out the new porch the creative minds were at work, and you were usually convinced to sit down and stay. There was silk screening, painting, name designs, lanyard belting, para-cord knotting, glazing, and much more happening each and every day. There were also plenty of Extravaganzas which used Brodie and the new porch. As the summer came to a close I would say things were successful. We were completely out of para-cord, all lanyard, beads, acrylic paint, clasps, screens, clay, and duct tape. Overall, the new crafts were a big success, and we are already anticipating your return for the 1-2-8! The best part of spending my summers in Brodie are working with y’all. Thanks for your creative ideas and projects which keep Brodie going!

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ARTS + CRAFTS

Lauren Widing, Bridget Joyce, Lora Langston, Margaret Lee

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By WendyPants Higgins What a wonderful Witherbee this summer! The Hawl was full of so many whimsical programming. From chaotic Wednesday night shows, to dramatic and entertaining Saturday nights and rounding out the week with a rambunctious and reflective Hymn Sings each and every week! Arts majors in Weebee gave you all a chance to express your selves through performance many ways. Rock Band was a huge hit, constant jam sessions, good tunes coming from the practice rooms and emerging on the stage a few times this summer. Roll on. Witherbee majors opened up the theatre so that you could explore all that we have to offer. Learning how to Grease Lignting and Hand jive like pros, dressing up as Greasers and pirates as Captian Hook’s Matey’s. As well as designing and building your sets, and playing with the lights during some impromptu dances parties. Well rounded W’bee experiences! Drama tech busted out some sweet set pieces each weeks, Building a Das Box, Giant Epi pins for Allergy Man, Time machines, and working with the lights with good ol Turtle, climbing up and down on the Genie. While Drama majors honed in on their skills on the stage, working with improv and scripts! Wacky Wednesday night shows bringing to the stage dog shows, non sequetor theatre, and a really non sequitor Leaders Serial, The triumphant return of NBC News, cabin skits, Tough Guys, Not So Tough Guys, Dirty brown and Grill Stratton, Broadway reenactments, rapping, singing, jamming. It was all amazing, every WNS was chalk full of talent, hilarity, drama and suspense, AWESOME! Saturday night shows brought spectacles to the stage each week. Who knew that Scooter, Dave McCann and Matt McElroy. were all such talented cheerleaders? Or that Superman wore a wrestling singlet? Or how 38

about Jack Kilkely Schmidt and Peter O’Brian playing such convincing young actresses? Talent like this is only brought to you lucky boys on the magic that is the Witherbee stage. Hymn sings hold a special place in the hearts of many at Dudley, when the Hawl fills with 300 sweaty smelly of you, and cheering ensues, we all know its going to be another great hymn sing. The belting out of the Battle Hymn of the Republic is one of epic ness, as the powerful crescendo during Climb Every Mountain takes your breath away. As the lights dim during And Now the Day is over, you are reminded of the past week, the cabin games you played, the vesper from the other night, the time you and your JL capsized the boat you were in. All of those wonderful experiences that make Dudley such an awesome place. Thank you all for making the summer, and at Witherbee, another Best Ever!

Wendy Higgins Pete Maiurano

James Mayo

Candice Martin

Witherbee Hall

Dom Walker

Chris Ramirez Alexei Carstensen

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TIGER LILY Here we are again, the nominees for the Award of the Summer, the award that is coveted by all, but only attained by 1, or if a group skit/scene, many. There were so many inspirational and incredible acts, that it was very challenging to narrow it down to the following acts: Firstly, bringing back a classic Wednesday night show skit, Cool and Creamy. It never gets old watching big guys putting shaving cream in their mouths and attempting to sing.. Who was prepared for the dog show that graced the stage this summer, pups of all shapes and sizes showed off their stuff and the judges had their hands full trying to choose Best in Show! The Renditions of Broadway classics, from Lion King to the Jungle Book, no one could tell it wasn’t straight off the 42nd street. The Choreography and dedication to the costumes and makeup, the Peter’s and Scotty’o out did them selves. Two Words: Pregnant Davo. The epic slideshows and videos Jon and Reid pulled together each week, in there everyone was a gem! Thanks guys for your dedication to making us laugh and cry all in the same video clip.

Bill Stratton as Cleopatra and her dedicated minions, and Scotty O’Brian as Marie Antoinette. It was true theatre magic. With an honorable mention of Dorothy’s triumphant return through the time machine, “We are not in Kansas anymore.” Kyle TL’s jaw dropping rendition of Oceans. I mean wow. Jack Schmidt and Peter O’Brian channeling their inner effeminate side, to be the lively and enthusiastic young actresses, during Audition: The Musical, as well as all the other actors in that show dancing their hearts out to some amazing original songs. But now it is time for what we all have been waiting for, something we all strive for through out the summer. This performer took all they had to portray this character and tell a story that kept the audience captivated through out the entire production: Charlie O’Rourke’s performance in The Woman in Black. I think everyone was on the edge of they’re seats waiting for what Charlie’s character was going to say or do next, anxiously awaiting the appearance of The Woman in Black. Major Props to Chris Ramirez for directing this amazing performance, raising the bar for theatre in Witherbee Hawl.

The extreme talent each Saturday night with Peter Mauriano’s Rhythm Ramblers. Seriously, they were a group of amazingly talented musicians, bringing an mind-blowing performance each and every week, Wow.

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OUTDOORS

By Scott Steen

Outdoor Program Director & Sustainability Coordinator mellow on the green cruiser bike with a big smile. -Will “Wingspan” Lowe: Technical Support, Cubbie Leader or boondoggle whistle blower… -Mollie Farnham: Head of 2012 Aides Experience, or wondered around the woods all summer sampling bark for the Farm to Plate program. -Tom “turn style” Arnold- Guru of Aides Experience or Jimi Hendrix Experience? -G.O.R.P Maestra Tess Roufe: Did Tess spend the summer organizing food for 350 campers, or just on one super long all-summer Cubbie day hike? -Scott Steen Master Boondoggler: How many rides in the whaler does it take to create one new Plebe Hike? How many pancakes does it take to shingle a doghouse? The claims seem indisputable. There is actually a Junior -Guest HHers Batman Corey Shumen, Bob “Fu2” Division hike launch in progress during this photo. Langston, and Rick Thomlinson were playing Boggle Staring from the driver of the van and moving counin the Hike Hut during the shoot. terclockwise, a summary follows of both the accusation -Dylan Pollock: Ran a NOLS course for 4 weeks in and the boondoggler’s defense. Wyoming before even showing up to work. He does not add strength to the defense. -David “Lang Fu” Langston: Did he spend the summer “setting up the ropes for the highs”, or was he enjoyOf note, the Hike Hut did introduce the new 10-day ing the offshore lake breeze at Cutler and with Black Aides Experience and sent 3 Dudley Kiniya NOLS Beard? trips to Wyoming. These went very well. Other than -Matt “FuCubed” Langston: Did he really lead a 10-day that, it was business as usual with outdoor programAides Experience or was he just in it to show up his old ming abounding for all campers. man while looking good in his Ray bands. -Colin “Slackline” Lillis: Running the entire Dudley Rock Climbing Program, or just sleeping in a sun drenched ADK chair, dreaming of his big purple slackline? -The Ubiquities Will Kearney: Aides Experience worker, Hike Hut staff, or Leader? Junior or Senior Leader? I suppose he is everywhere. Or nowhere. -Bill “Rev” Harper: No defense. Mornings in that ADK chair on the HH porch. Coffee. Trail run. Spiritual. -Jason “Moon Dog” Lowry: Farm to Plate and Challenge Course facilitator, or guy who rides real slow and The image you see in the 2012 Hike Hut photo is currently under heavy scrutiny by out-of-department programmers and administration alike. Wikipedia defines the word “boondoggle” as “…a project that is considered a useless waste of both time and money, yet is often continued due to extraneous policy motivations.” This is the accusation that the Hike Hut is currently disputing, that the members of the Hike Hut spent a disproportionate amount of work-time this summer creating useless projects motivated by an outrageous policy known as “that sounds ridiculous, lets try it”. Allegations of a boondoggle have filtered down to every member of the Outdoors Department, each accused of some specific form of personal boondoggling.

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SPIRITUAL

By Dave Langston

Someone asked me this summer,

“What makes the Dudley Spirit work?”

The Answer is in the pictures you are looking at here and not in words. Study the details of what you see captured in The Last Whistle.

See the crazy stunts? Hear the hymns? Feel the goose bumps from quiet moments? Remember the intensity on the athletic field? See a YOHA from your coach or leader? See the smiles? Feel the big hugs? Hear the wild cheering? Smell the mass vesper fire? The Dudley Spirit is revealed to us through our senses. That’s how it works. That’s what we remember. That’s what makes the Spirit “Live in the Hearts of Men.”

KEEP IT SAFE... CELEBRATE IT OFTEN... SHARE IT DAILY...

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Chapel Speakers

July 1, 2012 #16408 Mr. Drew Collins “Choose to be Blessed”

July 8, 2012 #13988 Rich “Buzz” Adams “Getting There from Here”

July 29, 2012 #12434 Mr. Rick Commons “Parables of the Other Fellow” 74

August 5. 2012 #17400 Dr. Betsy Griffith “Super Heros and False Idols”

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July 15, 2012 #18500 Rev. Bill Harper “Come Closer”

July 22, 2012 #10846 Rev. Bob Langston “The Gift”

August 12, 2012 #22888 Brother Anthony Cavet “Bread of Life”

August 19, 2012 #23264 General Daniel Yoo “Service”

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Chapel Talks

Lauren Widing

Good Morning, I have a few questions for y’all. Would you consider yourself someone who is perceptive? Are you the type to “stop and smell the roses” or do you find yourself always moving at full speed? What are you missing when living life this way? Consider the following story from The Washington Post: “A man sat at a metro station in Washington D.C. and started to play the violin; it was a cold January morning. He played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that time, since it was rush hour, it was calculated that thousands of people went through the station, most on their way to work. Three minutes went by and a middle aged man noticed there was a musician playing. He slowed his pace and stopped for a few seconds and then hurried up to meet his schedule. A minute later, the violinist received his first dollar tip: a woman threw the money in the till and without stopping continued to walk. A few minutes later, someone leaned up against the wall to listen to him, but the man looked at his watch and started to

walk again. Clearly he was late for work. The one who paid the most attention was a 3 year old boy. His mother tagged him along, but the kid stopped to look at the violinist. Finally the mother pushed hard and the child continued to walk, turning his head all the time. Several other children repeated this action, and all the parents without exception, forced them to move on. In the 45 minutes the musician played, only 6 people stopped and stayed for awhile. About 20 gave him money but continued to walk their normal pace. He collected $32. When he finished playing and silence took over, no one noticed it. No one applauded, nor was there any recognition. No one knew this but the violinist was Joshua Bell, one of the best musicians in the world. He played one of the most intricate pieces ever written, with a violin worth over $3.5 million. Two days before his playing in the subway, Joshua Bell sold out at a theatre in Boston, and the seats averaged $100 each”.

What experiences are passing you by?

This is a real story. Joshua Bell playing incognito in the metro station was organized by The Washington Post as part of a social experiment about perception, taste and priorities of people. The outlines were: in a commonplace environment, at an inappropriate hour, do we perceive beauty? Do we stop to appreciate it? Do we recognize the talent in an unexpected context? One of the possible conclusions the writers gathered from this experience was: If we do not have a moment to stop and listen to one of the best musicians in the world playing the best music ever written, how many other things are we missing? So, I want you to consider what you might be missing in these unexpected situations that happen all around you. What experiences are passing you by and disregarding in the off season, or the busy outside world? It may seem surprising, but I am someone

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Enjoy every minute and unexpected experience during your time here at Dudley who often moves too fast. This spring, I was moving so quickly and juggling so many different things, I was finding myself getting daily migraines. These migraines were occurring more and more frequently as I added new items to my list of things to do. I was finding myself more worried about crossing tasks off my lists rather than the task or the outcomes themselves. It was only when I returned to Dudley, that these migraines subsided. Being here reminds me that I need to take a breath. I need to re-teach myself how to slow down, to ask for help, or just take in what is occurring around me. It is surprising how much you can gain and learn from the little unexpected things.

play “Taps” for hours during free time. How many of us love to sit and enjoy the “Dudley Dome” after a Wednesday or Saturday Night Show? Think of the relaxation and calmness felt during a Sunday Chapel. This is where we are able to rejuvenate and be reminded how to appreciate those little things. Enjoy every minute and unexpected experience during your time here at Dudley. Remind your campers to do the same and make the most of their summer. Do this in preparation for your return to the real world. Practice slowing yourself down here and being perceptive to what is happening around you. Do not be the next to walk by one of the best musicians in the world and not appreciate true talent and splendor. Please bow your heads: Dear God, Help us to be more perceptive, encourage us to slow down and take in the unexpected happenings all around. Allow us to make the most of our summer at Camp Dudley and master this skill to use once we leave these gates.

Camp Dudley is a hard place to ever move “too fast”. It is an easier environment to find yourself relaxing in an Adirondack chair with a friend, or taking in the view from the Brodie Hill. Here it seems normal to

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Chapel Talks

Ben Magdaleno

Good Morning For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Ben Magdaleno and I am the leader in Wesleyan Cabin (what’s up boys!). I would like to share a story with you guys this morning that I have not shared with many people in my life, and very few here at camp. As many of you know, I was never a camper here at Dudley. I was not fortunate enough to experience all the great games and events you guys get to as campers. Instead, when I was the age of a cubby, I was experiencing something very different in my life. At the age of 10, I was at home spending my summers playing baseball in my back yard, or shooting hoops in the driveway, or going for bike rides. However, I wouldn’t spend the summer alone. I had my brother next to me the whole time. My brother was three years older than me and was truly my best friend. We were attached at the hip in every way possible. We played together, we fought together, we laughed together, and we cried together. Our relationship was truly one of a kind. However there was one negative factor that

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was often times a wet blanket to the metaphorical flame that was our friendship. At the age of six, my brother was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer that would grow tumors and eat away at his kidneys. He would spend weekdays and weekends in and out of the hospital. Although he was fighting this unfortunate disease, my brothers positive attitude and perseverance never fell short in anything he did, which is easily the reason he is still my role model today. But for now, the story plays back in my head as if it happened only yesterday. On November 30th, around 2:00 p.m., I was in school when I got called down to the office. I knew that my brother had been sick for awhile, but I refused to believe what my head was telling me. The walk down to the office felt like what was the longest walk I have made in my entire life. When I finally got there I saw my parents waiting for me at the office doors…my heart stopped. I kept walking and even though I stuttered the words “what are y-o-u d-do-oing here?” I already knew the answer. My parents were silent and took me out to the car. When I opened the door, I saw my sister balling, and I prepared myself for the worst. “Ben”, my dad said to me, “Your brother is slowly leaving us.” I broke into tears before the words were even out of his mouth. I cried the whole way home. When we pulled into the driveway and got out of the car, my sister pulled me aside and said “no matter what happens, we are

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My brother’s positive attitude and perseverance never fell short in anything he did, which is easily the reason he is still my role model today


going to get through this together.” When I saw my brother, he looked very weak and very pale. His eyes were closed and he could not speak. His only way of communication was 1 blink for yes and 2 blinks for no. Family and friends came to our house to say their goodbyes, and at 4:24, my brother passed away. After my brother’s death, I had no idea what to do with myself. Everything was more dull, activities such as sports and school and hanging out with my friends were no longer fun. I felt a huge gap in my life that I thought could never be filled. This feeling of emptiness and loneliness hovered over me for 6 years. I thought to myself, “Where am I going to find another best friend like my brother?” “How can I spend a summer with someone I love doing the same activities and sports that I love to do?” And then the summer of 2012 rolled around. Prior to the summer I had talked to Davo and was accepted as a JL at Camp Dudley for the 126th season. I heard it was a blast from my cousins Jake, Luke and Clay, but I still had no idea what to expect. I can say without hesitation that Camp Dudley filled the hole that was left in my life from my brother’s death. I met people here who were warm and welcoming from the first day I arrived. Although my brother was gone, his

presence and spirit were filled with my new brothers I made here at camp. This place is truly a gift from God, given individually to each one of us for a specific reason. I found my reason on my first year here at camp. Maybe you already know your reason for being here, maybe you still don’t know. My advice to you, to help find your reason for being here, is to do everything you can this summer to make it your best. Don’t hold back on anything you do. Wake up in the morning and think to yourself “HOW CAN I BRING JOY TO SOMEONE TODAY?” You don’t know everyone’s story here, even the slightest gesture may make the difference in a kids day, or a kids summer, or a kids life, like it did for me. Lastly I would like to thank Matt and Davo for giving me this opportunity to work here for the past 3 summers, and most of all I would like to thank my fellow leaders for the impact they have had on my life and for filling the hole I carried in my heart. I would like to leave you all with a quote, “DO YOUR BEST… EVEN THE ANGELS CAN DO MORE.” Please bow your heads.

LORD, THANK YOU FOR THIS GIFT YOU HAVE GIVEN US CALLED CAMP DUDLEY AND THANK YOU FOR FILLING IT WITH THE GREAT PEOPLE WHO STAND IN THIS ROOM TODAY AND FOR THE PEOPLE WHO DO THE THINGS FOR CAMP THAT ARE NOT SEEN BY THE EYES OF THE CAMPERS. AMEN.

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DOIN’CUBS!?


1. Seixas Aldrich 2. Éric Amyot 3. Hazard Bahr 4. Samuel Bailey (A) 5. David Ballinger (AL) 6. Henry Donahue 7. Jack Ludington 8. Charles O’Rourke 9. John Stuzin 10. Evan Wu

CU 11. John Zukoski

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Adirondack

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Leader: Charlie O’Rourke (Division Head) Whitman College, 2012 The Round Boot, Jazz O’Rourke 1: Charlie O’Rourke (L) 2: David Ballinger (AL)

3: Andrew Carstensen (A) 4: Clay Bolster 5: Sean Collins 6: Teddy Reed 7: Griff McClellan 8: Dean Gillespie 9: Tucker Stoops 1 2

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10: Michael Wade 11: Anthony Cardona

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Cubbies


1. Robbie Boulton 2. Carter Flanagan 3. Turner Ives 4. Conor Joyce (L) 5. Edgar Magos 6. Raphael Mettle (JL) 7. Jackson Sharpless 8. Khoran Simmons 9. Carter Storey 10. Caleb Whitaker

UBS 11. Edward Zaykowski (A)

8

Leader: Conor Joyce St. Louis University, 2015 Failed Chorus

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Burr

1: Drew Brownback

2: Raphael Mettle (JL) 3: Carter Storey 4: Conor Joyce (L) 5: Parker Simpson 6: Liam Maruca 7: LaVone Ingram 8: Chris Long 9: Ben Scott 10: Will Christen (A)

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Cubbies

5

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10

85


1. Peter De Luca 2. Henry Dobbs-Alsopp (A) 3. Dillon Ecclesine (L) 4. Robert Hollander 5. Guthrie McGlynn (AL) 6. Alvaro Merayo 7. Drew Parsekian 8. Shane Pickering 9. Quizzon Tarver 10. Leo Van Munching

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8

11

4

CU 11. David White

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2

10

5

9

Cutler

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Leader: Dillon Eccelesine Princeton University, 2015

1. Simon Brand

2. Dillon Ecclesine

3. Will Napper 4. Drew Skilton 5. Charlie Tregenza (A)

1P

2P

4P

6. Justin Reavis 7. Henry Bolster (JL) 8. Jason Luci

YOUR BOY 1

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PIKACHU

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CHUCK 6

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Cubbies

9. Ramsey Frank 10. Andrew Quigley 11. Alex Christie


1. Christopher Asamoah 2. Malcolm Brown (JL) 3. Thomas Burke 4. Charles Cook 5. Ross Danforth 6. Briggs Gammill 7. Beau Getz 8. William Lowe (L) 9. John Lynch (JL) 10. Endy Perry (A)

UBS 11. Irvin Toledo

11

Leader: William Lowe St. Michael's College, 2016 Fiddler Clean, Wing Span

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Danielson

1. Will Lowe (L)

2. Harrison Wilton (JL) 3. Malcolm Brown (JL) 4. Alex Beal (A) 5. Blake Reusswig 6. Jack Hanau 7. Will Reed 8. Sam Smith 9. Caleb Hering 10. Caleb Heuss

1

11. Sam Lawler

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2 6

Cubbies

7

3 8

9

4

10 11 87


1. William Churchhill 2. Jackson Coyle 3. Brian Degen (JL) 4. PJ Kotz 5. Henry Kuck 6. Kellam Lloyd 7. Turtle (L) 8. Jet Nelson 9. Wyatt Pastor 10. Alex Schade

CU 11. Kirk Williams (A)

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Owasco

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Leader: Sam "Turtle" McKeown Roger Williams University 2015 Adams Song 1. Davie Cochran

2. Alex Saladucha

3. Larsen Burack 4. Mike Droesch 5. Dan Timoney 6. Max Lehnert 7. Steven Umlauf 8. Elhadji Mare (JL) 9. Ben Chaplin (A) 1

88

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Cubbies

9

11 10

10. Sam McKeown (L) 11. Brian Degen (JL)


1. Alexander Brode 2. Oscar Ceria 3. William Cooper 4. Hunter Greene 5. Griffin Grise 6. Robert Lawrence 7. Huntington Lord 8. David McGraw (A) 9. Ryan McSherry (L) 10. Samuel Pastore (JL)

UBS 11. John Riley

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Poly

Leader: Ryan McSherry Ithaca College, 2016 Shaq’s Sister, Chum Bucket 1. William Hall

2. Reed Sakakeeny

3. Matthew Johnson 4. Reinaldo Moodie 5. J.J. Stueck 6. Joe Bishop 7. James Gregoire (A) 8. Matt Treiber (JL) 9. Ryan McSherry (L) 1

2

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4

Cubbies

5

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9

89


1. Quinlan Broderick 2. Kyle Brody 3. Graham Cuddy (A) 4. Bryan Fiori (L) 5. Sebastian Gammill 6. Pearson Harrington 7. Zachary Jones 8. Connor Matteson 9. Aidan McCarthy 10. Theodore McGraw

CU 11. Luke Torpie (JL)

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10

Rensselaer

Leader: Bryan Fiori Northwestern University, 2015 Dear Liza, Dear Liza, 1. Bryan Fiori (L) 2. Hudson Bell

3. Tommy Purdy 4. Patrick Seitz-Sitek 5. Stuart McElroy 6. Luke Torpie (JL) 7. Willie Gridley 8. Dominic DeMuro (A) 9. Chase Kirkpatrick 1

90

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10. Timmy Polk 11. Aaron Magat

Cubbies


1. Erik Caldwell 2. Blake Harper (L) 3. William Hill-Edgar 4. Sebastian Kim (A) 5. Nicholas Mason 6. Patrick Murdock 7. Michael Pastore 8. John Peterson 9. Max Romanoff (JL) 10. Charles Soderstrom

UBS 11. Patrick Wertimer

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Syracuse

Leader: Blake Harper Middlebury College, 2015 Grassy Nole, Waiting for Camp 1. Emesron Osmond 2. Will Mollihan 3. Isaiah Howell 4. B.I. Burley 5. Jack Haims 6. Griffin Santose 7. Aaron Serianni 8. Cove Massey 9. Wendell Beane (A) 10. Blake Harper (L) 11. Henry Lee (AL)

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Cubbies

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11 91


1. Connor Fay 2. Austin Harper (JL) 3. Ben Israel 4. Peter McClearn 5. Timothy Mollman (A) 6. Scott O'Brien (L) 7. Matthew Phua 8. Kyle Romanoff 9. Theodore Wynn 10. Andrew Zukoski

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Teale

CU

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Leader: Scott O'Brien Northwestern University, 2016 Glow Worm, Tube Top 1. Jack Schmidt (JL)

2. Sam Widing (A) 3. C.J. D’Virgilio 4. Charlie Bullock 5. T.J. Komosa 6. Luke Pyle 7. Julian Barba

8. Scott O’Brien (L) 9: Teddy Williams 1

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7

Cubbies

8

9


1. Noah Hastings (A) 2. Colin Satterwhite 3. Will Dobbs-Allsop (L) 4. Nico Valls 5. Johnny Wertimer (AL) 6. Ian Emery 7. Charlie DiPaolo 8. Charlie Haskell 9. Eli Korngiebel 10. Ebby Asamoah

UBS 11. Jay Schoudel

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Watson

Leader: Will Dobbs-Allsop (Assistant D-Head) Washington University St. Louis, 2014 Best in Show, Serious Black 1. Will Dobbs-Allsopp (L) 2. Osiris Vanible (A) 3. Tanner Dydo 4. Kieran Perman 5. Pat Caffrey 6. Johnny Wertimer (AL) 7. Hunter Turcotte 8. Max Daugherty 9. Andy Kotz 1

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Cubbies

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PLEBE

DIVISION

AWES Hunger Games Mardi Gras Plebe Homecoming D-Day

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Space Jam

Ganza

B-Ball Jersey’s Fast Food

Ganza

PLEBE PARTY Plebe

SOME ROLLERCOASTER

Hipster Hobo Council Ring All Hail Prince Jake

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1. Erik Abele 2. Colin Cianciolo 3. Chance Clevenger 4. Skylar Diamandis 5. Andrew DiLillo (L) 6. Jack Feingold 7. William Gruseke (A) 8. Aidan Mellin 9. Ian Mook (JL) 10. Walker Stevens

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11

Amherst

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9

4

Pleb 11. Kent Williams

7 3

Leaders: Andrew DiLillo, Jake Grosek NC State University, 2016, Boston College, 2013 THE DIGGER, Hiked Out / “Hey this one time” , EWWWWWW 1. Max Schaum (JL)

2. Andrew DiLillo (L)

3. Jake Grosek (L) 4. Justin Jones (A) 5. Sam Lack 6. Chase Brandon 7. Alec Schwehm 8. Peter Delfeus 9. Van Schwarz 1

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7

Plebes

8

9

10. Shane Bowler


1. Julian Alber 2. Michael Dimitri 3. Nicholas Donahue (JL) 4. Vincent Franco 5. Ethan Gibson 6. Henry Howe 7. Jacob Martz (A) 8. Thomas Murphy 9. Blake Read (L) 10. Teo Schollmaier

bes 11. Christopher Wach

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10 1

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Avery

Leader: Blake Read Penn State, 2014 Marlon’s Lament, Those who can’t teach 1. Alex Yoo

2. Sam Johnson

3. Will Simpson 4. Turner Thompson 5. Jack Uhl 6. Dimitri Jacquemont 7. Matt Cabot 8. Blake Read (L) 9. Bernard Godolphin 10. Nick Donahue (JL)

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5

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6 7

11. Jack Flanagan (A)

Plebes

10

11

9 97


1. Alden Blue 2. John Blumenthal 3. Lucius Collins 4. Edmund Corcoran 5. Aicher Hearon 6.Kevin Longo (AL) 7.Ryan Low 8.Thomas Meade 9.Kevin Moran (L) 10. Nathan Phelps

Pleb 11. Ragon Willmuth (A)

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Hurd

Leader: Kevin Moran (Division Head) University of Puget Sound, 2011 Count Snow, Han Solo

1. Kevin Longo (AL) 2. Tommy Meade

3. Kevin Moran (Rockstar) 4: Teddy Corcoran 5. Quentin Sakakeeny (A) 6. Russell Midgely 7. Ryan Low 8. Caspian Packard 9. George Raymond 1 6 98

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5 10

Plebes

11

10. Isaac Amado 11. Teddy Durfee


1. Henry Bransford 2. Paul Brusco 3. Adam Chappelear 4. Emmett Degen 5. Steven Ditzler 6. Matthew Eldridge (A) 7. David Lawless 8. Aidan Moran (AL) 9. Thomas Reilly 10. Erik Soderstrom (L)

bes 11. Eli Standard

12. Spencer Thomas

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5

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7

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3

1

8

9

Iroquois

Leaders: Erik Soderstrom (Assistant D-Head), Matt Bartlett UVM, 2012, University of Central Florida, 2014 Mo Money, Mo Problems, Silverback Monkey / Serial Leader, MIB-tion 1. Aidan Moran (AL) 2. Ryan Kelley (A) 3. Jorie Mickens 4. Chris Lubin 5. Ty Reusswig 6. Will Tepedino 7. Colin Glascott 8. Henry Bransford 9. Matt Bartlett (L) 10. Jack Kiefer

1

Plebes

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4 5

7

10 8 9 99


1. Matthew Bartlett (L) 2. Hugh Carroll 3. Patrick Carvalho 4. Christopher Henderson 5. Oliver Lawrence 6. Kyle Munshower (JL) 7. Jack Murdock 8. Luke Nolan 9. Jake Refojo (L) 10. Jeffrey Sargent

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9

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12

Linwood

Pleb 11. Thomas Scafidi (A)

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3 2

10

12. Aidan Scully

Leaders: Matt Bartlett, Jake Refojo University of Central Florida, 2014, CU Boulder, 2016 Serial Leader, MIB-tion / NOTEorious BIG, Rookie of the Year 1. Gabe Eshete 2. Miles Renwick 3. Alex Gilbert

4. John O’Hern 5. Ryan Davis 6. Ted Merrifield 7. Chris Mullane 8. Chris Burney 9. Sam Brownback (A) 10. Jake Refojo (L) 1 100

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7 8

9

Plebes

10

11

11. Kyle Munshower (JL)


1. Matthew Brewer 2. Hugh Daly (AL) 3. Samuel Donahue 4.Peter Gulbin 5. Caleb Hastings 6.Andrew Lemberger (A) 7. Nathaniel Moore 8. Peter O’Rourke (L) 9. Peter Rogers (L) 10. Aidan Ryan

bes 11. Tucker Smith

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Lower /Upper Suter

Leaders: Peter Rogers, Peter O’Rourke, Peter Huff UPenn, ‘16, Whitman College,‘15, Georgetown, ‘14 Pete is the best, I wish I was Pete / #2, Pork n’ a bun / Own it. Plebe Leader ,1. Charles Donahue

1st Half

2. Jack Foil

3. Andrew Gilbert 4. Peter Huff (L)

5. Kevin Jahns (JL) 6. Ryan Jeffrey 7. Ethan Novak 8. Cole Perry 9. Nicholas Santiago 10. Connor Schott 11. Duncan Sewall (AL) 12. Edward Smith (A)

3

7

11 6

2

Plebes

12 10

5

4 8

1

9 101


1. Hunter Hazelton 2. Brian Huff (JL) 3. Victor Jacquemont (L) 4. Peter Mangan 5. Garrett McGinn 6. Ian Meier (L) 7. Quintin O’Connell 8. Zachary Pelzer 9. William Powell 10. Cary Romig

Pleb 11. Mark Sears

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5

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4

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10

7 2

8

Macintyre

12

1

9

12.Lang Sorice

13. Andrew White

Leaders: Victor Jacquemont, Ian Meier CPGE BL Sainte-Marie de Neuilly, 2013, Fort Lewis 2017 XBOX, You’re Welcome / Meat Head, Oscar Meyer 1. Ian Meier (L)

2. Calder McEneany 3. Tom Fahy

4. Victor Jacquemont (L) 5. Brian Huff (JL) 6. Ethan Dewbrey 7. Billy Haynes (A) 8. C.J. Stueck 9. Jackson Selvala 1

102

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7

8 11 9 10

Plebes

10. David Hermes 11. Anthony Jimenez


1. Oliver Beringer 2. Sean Hogan 3. Cormac Kenny 4. Luke LaShelle 5. Edward McCann 6. Matthew Paredes 7. Ryan Peterson 8. Matthew Porcelli (A) 9. Christopher Ramirez (L) 10. Alexander Salnikoff

bes 11. John Underwood (JL) 12. Johnny Mayo

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4

Post

Leader: Christopher Ramirez Ithaca College, 2014 Two Strikes, Write it Down

1. Cristopher Ramirez (L) 2. Brian McReynolds (A) 3. Michael Melitz (JL) 4. Owen Beal (AL) 5. Zach Deans 6. Shane O’Brien 7. Ryan Hart 8. Lucas Maher 9. William Wasley 10. Kevin Donohue 11. Mac Johnson

5 6

1

Plebes

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2

8

3

9

4 10

11 103


1.Teddy Corrigan (A) 2. Aidan Denning 3. Jonah Florence (AL) 4. John Leonard 5. William Schlemmer 6. Benjamin Schneider 7. Kyle Shifrin 8. Kyle Tessier-Lavigne (L) 9. Reis White 10. Will Wilson

4

7 10

5

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3

6

2

9

Princeton

8

Pleb Leader: Kyle Tessier-Lavigne Dartmouth, 2015 Witherbee Niceness 1. Reed Voeks

2. Tripp Markusen

3. Kyle Tessier-Lavigne (L) 4. Jeb Burnell 5. Rahjier McNeill 6. Robbie Galbraith (A) 7. Sean Perman 8. Bryan Quackenbush (AL) 9. Ryan Petersen 1

104

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6

7

Plebes

8

9

10

10. Andrew Kurth


1. Elliot Davidson 2. Matthew Gasparro 3. Mat Gasparro 4. Dylan James 5. Benjamin Saslow 6. Allan Sandoval 7. Dean Goll 8. Timothy McKelvey 9. Lennox Stuart 10. Jack Plimpton (JL)

bes 11. Matthew Wojciechowicz (L) 12. William Kutler (A)

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4

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8 12

9

Ross

Leader: Matt Wojciechowicz Middlebury College, 2016 Finding Wojo

1. Peter O’Brien (JL)

2. Matthew Wojciechowicz (L) 3. Will Forbes 4. Griffin Kiefer 5. Charlie Boland 6. Dylan Pepe 7. Braxton McNulty 8. Will Hennig 9. Joe Greeley 10. Judson Ellis (A) 11. Nygeleke Jones

3

5

4

Plebes

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7

2

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10 9

11 105


1. Christopher Bass 2. Latrell Davis 3. Kyle Genzburg 4. Jack Ludtke (AL) 5. Gabe Morato 6. Cam Poler 7. Brev Rioux 8. Quinn Schneider 9. Conrad Smith 10. Domanick Walker (L)

Plebes 1

9

6

7

8

4

10

Ian Stewart (A) *

2

5

3

Yale

*Not Pictured, Sorry Ian!

Leader: Dom Walker Morgan State University, 2013 Arts n’ Crashed 1. Dom Walker (L) 2. Ford Leonard

3. Cole Mboijana 4. Connor O’Keeffe (A) 5. Owen Finsthwait 6. Jack Ludtke (AL) 7. Mahdi Price 8. Alex Swenson 9. Jimmy Probert 1

106

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3 8

4 9

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5 10

11

Plebes

10. John Goll 11. Jack Hoel


PLEBE LEADERS

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JUNIOR

DIVISION Yum 108

Awakening the YumTree Mellowfest Tony L. in Weebee


ICE!

ICE!

ICE!

Clue Dance

PARTIES

AT THE POINT

MEEPS

MILLHOUSE

Lukas/P-Mac Time Krueger and Stunnah’s Mass Vesper Cornell Cabin’s X-Factor

109


1. Jackson Abele 2. Griffin Azrak 3. Emmet Balseiro 4. Luke Barba 5. Brendan Bumgardner 6. Finn Connor 7. Brian Cropper (L) 8. Samuel Dils 9. Maxwell Freeman 10. Matthew Kephart (AL)

Jun 11. Victor Weedn (A)

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7

10

11

5

8

3

1

Leader: Brian Cropper (Division Head) Occidental College, 2013 Great Glutes, Miss Congeniality 1. Luke Barba

Andrews

2. Sami Canaan

3. Reid Banbury

4. Matt Kephart (AL) 5. Miles Hearon (A) 6. Brendan Bumgardner 7. Sam Dils 8. John Williams 9. Mark Williams 10. Brian Cropper (L) 1

2

3

5

4

6

7

10 110

Juniors

8

9


1. Colin Driscoll 2. Joshua Elliott (JL) 3. Peter Love 4. William Newbold 5. Connor Peterson (A) 6. Luke Picher 7. William Plumb (L) 8. Cole Price 9. Everett Rzeszowski 10. Montez Williams

niors 2

9

10

3

5 6

4

Leader: Will Plumb University of Richmond, 2014 “I’d Rather Not” , Home Run 1. Patrick McDermott

8

1

7

Beal

2. Ian von Schroeter 3. Matthew Webb

4. George Rettaliata 5. Ryan Dineen (AL) 6. Love you, Tom! 7. Will Plumb (L) 8. Colby Ellis (AL) 9. Timothy “TJ” Parker 10. Joe Buchmann 11. Carter Levine 12: Jack Degen

1 5 9

2 6 10

Juniors

3 7 11

4 8 12 111


1. James Boland 2. John Borenius 3. Alexander Borinstein 4. Benjamin Brower 5. Jack Byers 6. Michael Edson (L) 7. Alexander Gibson (A) 8. Hugh Kenny (JL) 9. Patrick McNamara (AL) 10. Ryan Purdy

10

2

1

4

3

6

5

Jun

9

7

8

Leader: Mike Edson University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2014 Citizen Cope, Uncertified

Beckman

1. R.J. Clasby (A) 2. Chris Sudduth 3. A.J. Little

4. Kamil Kuzminski 5. Mike Edson (L) 6. Patrick McNamara (AL) 7. Wes Peisch 8. Rob Long 9. Dajour Fisher 1 112

2

3

5 4

6

8

7

Juniors

9

10

10. Lake Jacobson


1. Trey Collins (A) 2. Luke Delfeus 3. William Fitzsimmons 4. Christian Hagenau 5. Corey Matthews (L) 6. James Plumb 7. William Rider (JL) 8. Max Russell 9. Boubacar Seck 10. Spencer Williams

niors

5

1 6

3

10 9

7 2

4

Leaders: Corey Matthews Shepherd University, 2012 Top Bunk, Plattsburgh Mall

8

Clark

1. Jeremy Morrison (A) 2. Kyle Veale

3. Nick Brooke 4. Corey Matthews (L) 5. Ike Liebler 6. Drake Schwehm 7. Ryan Heuss 8. Tony Magat 9. Philip Grotzki 10. Will Rider (JL)

1

2

3

4

5 10

Juniors

6

7 8

9 113


1. Lachlan Davidson 2. Lukas Ebeler (L) 3. Quinlin Fay 4. Douglas Forsythe (L) 5. William Harrigan 6. Christopher LaRovere 7. Max Larrison 8. Anthony Leonard 9. Connor Longo 10. Jack McCann (A)

11

10

2

1

8

4 9

5

3

7

6

Leader: Lukas Ebeler, Douglas Forsythe University of Gรถttingen, 2013, UPenn, 2012 Das Hound / Lost at Sea

Columbia

114

Jun 11. Ian Porter (JL)

Juniors


1. Kobe Banks 2. Matthew Berger 3. Timothy Carr 4. Frederick Hayes 5. Trevor Huffard (A) 6. Kevin Mangan 7. Thomas McDonough (L) 8. Lance Pelecanos 10. George Wells (AL) 11. Charles Widing

niors 12. Jack Krueger (amigo)

Leader: Tom McDonough (Assistant D-Head) Boston College, 2014 MVP, Bear Grylls

5

8 11

3

2

1

4

10

6

9

7

Cornell

1. Jack Krueger (friend) 2. Charlie Widing 3. Jack Mangel 4. Tim Carr 5. Seamus Treiber 6. George Wells (AL)

7. Tom McDonough (L) 8. Freddy Hayes 9. Will Barrett 10. Jerrod Thompson 11. Charlie Close

1

2 8

Juniors

3 9

4

5 10

6

7

11 115


1. Connor Cazeault 2. Peter Daly (JL) 3. Andrew Epprecht 4. Michael Galvan (A) 5. Nathan Gay (L) 6. Will Granath 7. Parker Howell 8. Kevin Jewell 9. Colin Meany 10. Ian Schwaab

Jun 11. Henry Stanton

1

3

6

9

4

11

8

2

10

7

5

Leader: Nathan Gay St. Joes, 2014 Prom Date, Bronze Medal

Cushman

1. Doug Hinton

2. Nathan Gay (L)

3. George McNenney 4. Michael Moynihan 5. Jeffrey Bath 6. Henry Harwood 7. Felix Mensing 8. Will Lynch

2

116

3

4

5

1 6

9. Danny Gridley (A) 7

8

Juniors

9

10

10. Henry Moyle (AL)


1. Jake Horeis 2. Ben Wilson 3. Michael Lloyd 4. Graham Corrigan 5. Brendan Hughes 6. Ajax Diamandis 8. Peter Flanagan (L) 7. Cooper Shippee 9. Walker Schneider (A) 10. Kevin Wappler (JL)

niors 1

2

4

3

Leader: Peter Flanagan Hobart, 2015 Be Positive, Duck Failed

5

6

8

7

9

10

Dartmouth

1. Peter Flanagan (L)

2. Will Hutchinson (JL) 3. Keenan Davila (A) 4. Jack Skilton 5. Eddie Miller 6. Worth Loomis 7. Alex Melitz 8. Jack Diaz 9. David Ingraham 10. Sam Scott

1 4

5

6

Juniors

2 7

3 8

9

10 117


1. Austin Carmody 2. Patricks Connors (L) 3. Mackenzie Deane 4. Joshua DeCambre 5. Jack Driscoll 6. Henry Gillis 7. Ian Kotz (JL) 8. Troy Lefler 9. Preston Miller (AL) 10. Trevor Peterson

4

9

2

7 1

10

5

Huron

Jun 8

6

3

Leader: Patrick Connors University of Notre Dame, 2014 Private Ryan, Ghastly

1. Happy Ammidon (JL)

2. Will Gregoire (AL)

3. Patrick Connors (L) 4. Ethan Botelho 5. Josh DeCambre 6. Rudd Fawcett 7. Balthazar Olivier 8: Alex Zahringer 9. Mark Forbes 1

2 7

118

3 8

5

4 9

10

Juniors

6 11

10. Cameron Petersen 11. Ty Moulton


1. Hunter Appleton 2. Michael Hueglin 3. Guillaume Jacquemont (JL) 4. Arthur Kilby 5. William Krueger (JL) 6. Mavishka Lankatilleke 7. Ian Mactaggart 8. Thomas McKeown (L) 9. Garrett Parsekian 10. Jonathan Refojo

niors 11.Austin Romig

5

3

7 1

Leader: Tom Mckeown Hamilton College, 2015 Quacktastic, Laird

4

9

2

10

6

11

8

Lehigh

Juniors

119


1. Paul-Hudosn Erwin 2. Coleman Maglio (JL) 3. Peter Kniffin 4. Peter Rogers (L) 5. Jeff Chambers 6. Luke Bolster 7. Jack Green (A) 8. Kevin Collins 9.Wyatt Gough 10. Scott Lubin

1

2

3

4

6

5

7

9

8

Lower /Upper Suter

2nd Half

Jun 10

Leaders: Peter Rogers, Peter O’Rourke UPenn, 2016, Whitman College, 2015 Pete is the best, I wish I was Pete / #2, Pork n’ a Bun

1. Peter O’Rourke (L)

2. Duncan Sewall (AL)

3. Greg Giovanolli (JL) 4. Reid Komosa 5. John Butcher 6. John Henry Cabot 7. Ben Barba 8. Miles Kynigos 9. T.J. Bordeaux 1

120

2

3

4

5 6

7

8

Juniors

9

10

10. Ted Rogers


1. Andrew Childs 2. Christopher Dunne 3. Billy Hutchison 4. Niccolo LaRovere 5. James Lawless 6. Brian Longo 7. Duncan MacGregor (A) 8. Benjamin Magdaleno (L) 9. Boulton Miller (JL) 10. Graham Moore

niors 11. William Schwartz

11

8

5

10

3

2

Leader: Ben Magdaleno Grand Valley State University, 2016 1 PM, The Who?

6

9 4

7

1

Weslyan

1. Grant Getz

2. Benjamin Magdaleno (L) 3. Vlad Marhefka (JL) 4. Lukas Boyle (A) 5. Greg Gilbert 6. Josiah Bedford 7. Liam Sheldon 8. Ben Kellond 9. Drew Adams 10. Ja-Yril Pelton

1 5

2

6 8

Juniors

9

7

3 10

4 Nicki, Willa, Martha, Margaret

121


Harry Potter Ganza

Senior Summer Solstice Soiree

SENIOR 122

DIVISION


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BIG HIKE

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2nd Half Football

CHAMPIONSHIP

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KING DUDE

Epic

123


1. Darwyn Nunez (AL) 2. Torrey Foster 3. Diego Rivera 4. Herbert Hazelton 5. Jake Romagnoli 6. Sam Luke (L) 7. William Baker 8. Mack Martin 9. William Bullock 10. Ben Hynes

4

1 2 3

5

8 7

11 6

Allegheny

Sen 11. Nicholas Ammirati 9 10 11 Leader: Samuel Luke (Division Head) University of Guyute, 2012 Gone Phishin’, My Guy

1 Finn Amster

2 Sam Luke (L)

3. Darwyn NuĂąez (AL) 4. Mack Martin 5. Ben Hynes 6. Cooper Knapp 7. Oliver Whelan 8. Nicco Vanible 9. Torrey Foster

1 124

2

3

5 4

Seniors

7

9

6

8

10

10. Jonathan Witte


1. James Bechta 2. Cameron Cianciolo 3. Henry Heilshorn 4. Michael Hosbein (AL) 5. Patrick Lyons 6. Matthew McElroy (L) 7. Walter McGraw 8. George Salnikoff 9. Devon Simons 10. Connor Smith (L)

niors 11. Jadon Washington

1

6

7

3

4 10

2 Leader: Matt McElroy, Connor Smith University of Hartford, 2012, Georgetown, 2014 Rooster / Sorry Ethan, Row Row Bo Your Boat!

8

5

9

11

Colgate

1. Konstantin Kuse 2. Jake Daugherty 3. J.P. Wade

4. Matt McElroy (L) 5. Chris Tozzi (AL) 6. Conor White 7. Sam Napper 8. Connor Smith (L) 9. Owen Marsh 10. George Shaw 11. Manoa Bell

1

2 3

Seniors

4

8 5 7

6

9 10 11 125


1. Samuel Alabaster (AL) 2. Lucas Bruno 3. Alexander Freda 4. William Gorman 5. Bradley Jubitz 6. David McCann (L) 7. William McClintock 8. Thomas Seelert 9. James Thompson 10. Stephen Tonra

Sen 11. Kofi Yankey

7

6

2

4

10

1

9

11 3

Hamilton

5

8

Leader: Dave McCann Providence College, 2014 Bingo Bongo, How’s my driving

1. Michael Kendrick

2. Jack Gorham

3. Matt Behrens (JL) 4. Chris Perry 5. Jack Petersen 6. Will McClintock 7. Paris Ball 8. Theo Castellano-Wood 9. Brad Jubitz 1

2

3 4

126

5

6

7

8

9

10

Seniors

11

10. Dave McCann (L) 11. Justus Kerner


1. Nick Allen 2. Lucas Cestaro 3. Xavier Simonelli 4. Thomas Fredericks 5. Ian Porter (JL) 6. Will Krag 7. Eoin Gronningsater 8. Spencer Reed 9. Lukas Ebeler (L) 10. Peter Churchill

niors 1

2

4

3

5

9

7

6

8

10

Columbia

Leader: Lukas Ebeler, Tom McKeown University of Göttingen, 2013, Hamilton College, 2015 Das Hound / Quacktastic, Laird

2nd Half

Lehigh

1. Tom McKeown (L)

2. Keegan Petersen (JL) 3. Finn Wemter 4. Doug Johnson 5. Jackson Caputo 6. Jack Pipher 7. Alejandro Gonzalez 8. Hank Sippel 9. Nicki Ross

10. Bennett “Raji” Allison 11. Cat McCutcheon

1

3

2 9

Seniors

4 10

5

6 11

7

8 127


1. Liam Cazeault 2. John Coombs 3. Ethan Corcoran (L) 4. William Gilbert 5. Jacob King 6. Paul Licursi (AL) 7. John Muccia 8. Michael O’Leary (L) 9. John Scully 10. Jordan Washington

Sen 11. William Zahringer

5

2

10

11

7

6

4

Oberlin

3

8

1

9

Leaders: Ethan Corcoran, Michael O’Leary, James Frankel Davidson College, 2014, Harvard, 2012, Davidson College, 2013 Gold Medal / Wish You Were Here / Dukes of Hazard

1. Matt Tornquist

2. Jack Rong

3. Jonathan Gay 4. Will Bass 5. Field Leonard 6. James Frankel (L) 7. Moritz Dehl (AL) 8. Ben Fleschler

1 128

2

3

4

5

6

9. Austin Knowles

7 8

Seniors

9


1. Donald Danforth 2. Kyle Dew 3. John Hall 4. Henry Harris 5. Tariq Holland (AL) 6. Thomas “JR” Michael 7. Brandon Nguyen 8. Peter Richieri 9. Luke Salvati 10. Scott Sewall (L)

niors 11. Tavish Wardell

6

9

Leader: Scott “Scooter” Sewall (Assistant D-Head) Trinity, 2014 Vintage, Golden Boot

5 11 4

7

10

3

8

1

2

St. Lawrence

1. Scott Sewall (L) 2. JR Michael 3. John Hall 4. Justus Deimel

5. Tariq Holland (AL) 6. Grant Voeks 7. Bruce Baldwin 8. Will Stevens 9. Jack Renwick 2

1

3

Seniors

5 4

6

8

9

7 129


1. Matthew Austin 2. Andrew Jahns 3. John Kelleher 4. Travis MacLaury 5. Antonio Madariaga 6. Jack McDonough 7. Bolster McKinley (L) 8. Niccolo Weiss 9. Thomas Williams 10. Joseph Zajac (JL)

8

5

3

4

2

7

9

1

10

Sen 6

Leaders: Bolster McKinley, Felix B端shel Connecticut College, 2016, Nieders辰chsische Fachhochschule f端r Verwaltung und Rechtspflege, 2009 Goodnight Kiss, Puddle Duck / Lost in Translation

Union

1. Max Johnson

2. Alex Hutchinson

3. Felix B端shel (L) 4. Porter Sigg (JL) 5. Bolster McKinley (L) 6. Peter Swindell 7. Vcente Hayward 8. Griffin Maher 9. Henry McGrath 1

130

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Seniors

10

10. John Hagerty


1. Cameron Peterson (JL)

1st Half Junior

2. Hunter Stolz 3. Giovonni Nelson 4. Charles Shadek 5. Andrew Stueber 6. Michael Grise 7. Thomas Maldonado 8. Nicholas Dudley 9. Daniel Hynes 10. William Treiber (L)

niors 3

1

2

5

4

7

6

Leader: Will Kearney, Willie Treiber, Jordan Mickens Colby College, 2016, University of Georgia, 2016, Williams College, 2012 Ain’t Nothing but a..., Killin’ Krews, / RJ / Ketchup with Mayo

8

9

10

Wilellyn

1: Jordan Mickens (L) Will Kearney (L)

3. Tony Ibrahim (AL) 4. Ben Seitz-Sitek 5. Owen Kula 6. Steven Kulina 7. Scott Purdy 8. Anderson Gay 9. Tirrell Haupt 10. Will Fahy

7

10

9

1

5

Seniors

6

4

3

8 131


1. Jem Bullock 2. Reggie Gilliard 3. Andrew Hollander 4. Jack Krueger (L) 5. Jack Mackle 6. Peter Sanderson 7. Nicholas Scheffler 8. Matthew Thrower 9. Colin Troughton 10. Casper Carrington (L)

4

Seniors 3

2

9

8

5

1

6

7

10

Leaders: Jack Krueger, Harry Jackson CU Bolder, 2014, Kenyon College 2011, Splash, Rash / Slippy Feet

Williams

1. Jack Krueger (L)

2. Nick Beane

3. Matt Minford 4. Dave Smith 5. Owen McElroy 6. Jaiden Martin (JL) 7. Nick Baldwin 8. Jake Groves 9. Tom Johannben 1

132

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Seniors

10

10. Jordan Abbasi (AL)


SENIOR

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133


GERMAN

134


EXCHANGE

135


Council Rings

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140

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141


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142

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143


4th of July

144

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145


Mellowfest

146

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147


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EDITORS NOTE #15877 Brendan“Lefty”Loughman

I love Camp Dudley.

Since the first time I stepped foot on this campus back in 1993, it became a second home to me. I was truly in awe of what a remarkable place Dudley was with all of the random fun, emotion, joy, and sheer happiness that happened on a daily basis. I was hooked. Fast forward 19 years... Over the summer I decided to take on a little art project that served as my break time from the main office. I ventured over to Brodie and asked Lauren if I could have the largest piece of paper that she had and a bunch of colored pencils. I started drawing a Dudley themed amusement park (which eventually became the fair map) with a ton of whacky cartoon people conveniently named after folks working here this summer. You had Big Joe, Sluker, Bridget Joyce, Lukas, Turtle, Martha, Matt and Jess... the list goes on.

It took me over a month to draw and color the piece. It was an absolute blast to make... however something stuck out to me a little more than the drawing itself. It was the people I met while creating it. Every time I sat down I’d have an individual or a group ask me “what’s that?” or “why are you doing that?!” sometimes “whooooaaahhh!!! Cool!” I even had one camper, Kyle, come in virtually every time I worked on it and just sit and watch me draw, smiling the whole time at all of the random fun on the drawing. It was awesome. I decided to give Kyle his own attraction too, “Kyle’s Kite Flying Station” (see if you can find it.) I guess what I’m getting at is this... I was floored yet again by the amazing people here at Dudley. The overall genuine kindness that was demonstrated to me while drawing this was a pretty humbling experience. This was evident the most when pretty much an entire division came over to watch the drawing take place one day. I was lucky enough for someone to grab a picture of it. Everyone circled up around me, laughing and having a blast asking questions about the amusement park. It was by far the highlight of my summer. So with that... I’d like to thank you all for being here this past summer. The Last Whistle could not exist without all of you, having the time of your lives here at Dudley. I hope you enjoyed The Last Whistle. Your Friend,

Lefty

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