|Hyde Bay Camp For Boys
Home Letter Volume 36, Council Bios, 1962
HYDE BAY COUNCIL
To care for your boys we have thirteen senior councilors supplemented by ten councilors-in-training. There are only five of this group new to Hyde Bay.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Hilliard start their third season at Hyde Bay along with Mike, a camper this year, and Diedre. Hunt will again head up the crafts program along with assisting on many other vital parts of camp. His winters are spent teaching at Gilman School in Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Barclay Feather are new at Hyde Bay and a very welcome addition. Their son, Robbie, is a camper and Mary resides in the cabin with her parents. Barc is our head councilor this year and will share in the responsibilities of the running of the camp. He is head of the history department at Milton Academy in Milton, Mass, during the winter.
Bob Rockwell returns after two years absence in the Army to direct our riding program. He has brought with him seven very fine horses. He will be teaching fifth grade at Westmorland Elementary School, N.Y. in the fall.
Doug Coupe, who enters Springfield College in Mass, this September, will head up our trip program and will be coach of the varsity baseball team. His colleague in both activities will be Jock McQuilkin, a sophomore at
Tom Mercer, a sophomore at Harvard next fall, will be in charge of the sailing department. He will be assisted by Walter Rogers of Syracuse, N.Y.
Bill Bergstrom, of Manlius, N.Y. will also be working with the sailing.
Peter Miovic, a sophomore at Harvard University and a member of the Harvard swimming team, will be in charge of our swimming program. He is ably assisted by Chuck Pierce, a junior at Ohio Stato University, and Hossien Kazemi, a junior at Colgate University. A fourth assist will come from Charles Tracy, who is attending the Pingry School in N.J.
The tennis courts are being supervised by Perry Winston of Binghamton, N.Y. and is assisted by Todd Mulvenny of Baltimore.
Bob Cunningham will no instructing our water skiers and our potential grapplers in the wrestling room. Bob’s assistant in wrestling is Bob Pine from Baltimore and Bill Howland from Rochester.
The theater productions will be directed and produced by John Mercer from Gov. Dummer Academy with a very strong assist from each tent councilor as his turn comes along and from the aforementioned thespian, Jerry Downs.
Archie Coupe of Albany, N.Y. will be working with baseball and basketball.
Lawry Pickett comes from Syracuse to help with trips and Sailfish.
John Young is working with swimming and hails from Maine. He also has the distinction of having the tent of youngest boys in camp.
Needless to say, the basic administration of the camp continues the same: the Director directs along with many other chores, Mother plans and purchases the necessary food items and does countless errands in town, and
We are pleased with our staff and feel most confident that they will do an excellent job with us this summer.
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