I've been pondering if the fictional organization Camp Mohawk deserves a page. For those who don't know, Camp Mohawk is a fictional summer camp in the 70's comedy film "Meatballs". Camp Mohawk is a summer camp for rich children, and every child who attends must be voted in via the camp's 2 year waiting list, indicating the camp has a very elitist attitude, and will only accept children who meet their elitist standards.
Camp Mohawk is also the rival camp to the main protagonist summer camp, Camp Northstar, and every summer the two camps take part in a basketball game, and Olympic games against eac hother. But the Mohawk campers, staff, councilors and councilors in training are bullies and cheaters, and their cheating causes the Northstar campers, staff, councilors and councilors in training serious injuries, and even life threatening scenarios.
In the basketball game, the deliberately knock the Northstar players off their feet, and in the Olympics, during the beach ball race(a swimming race for children who don't know how to swim and thus rely on a beachball for floatation), a Mohawk camper pops the Northstar campers ball via a slingshot, and since the child doesn't know how to swim, he could have drowned had a councilor not rescued him. In the beanbag race, Mohawk contenstants deliberatly bump into the Northstar ones to knock them down, in girls cricket, they deliberately break one of the female Councilor in Trainings leg in order to prevent Northstar from getting ahead in the score, and in boxing, the mohawk boxer uses illegal moves similar to the illegal moves Balrog from Street Fighter uses.
And since Camp Mohawk funds much of these games, they are able to avoid their contestants getting disqualified.
Earlier in the movie, a group of Mohawk Councilors in Training steal a Northstar Councilor in Training's milkshake, just to bully and harass him. When he demands the milkshake back, they simply dump it all over him. Being a comedy movie, technically that scene is supposed to be funny to the audience(and it is for me) but in real life, that would be a very cruel thing to do to someone.
However, Camp Mohawk doesn't appear often in the movie. They only appear as the camp buses leave, during the basketball game in the middle of the movie, and during the climax in the Olympics. Most of "Meatballs" focuses on a lonely boy named Rudy forming a friendship with the Northstar head councilor Tripper, and the funny antics of the Northstar Councilor's in Training.
So, does Camp Mohawk warrent a page despite having little screentime? But the screentime they do have is full of cheating villainy.