Crimson Skiers to Race Dartmouth in Slalom
Winding up the official ski-racing season at Pinkham Notch when most students are already tossing baseballs or rowing, the annual Harvard-Dartmouth slalom on the Tuckerman Ravine headwall will attract an estimated 50 or more racers from both colleges next Sunday.
The race is open to graduates and undergraduates, with Dartmouth probably supplying the luminaries, and Harvard the bulk of the good skiers. At least this has been the case during the last three years, when the Crimson has narrowly won each time.
Any skier feeling himself able to navigate the headwall is allowed to enter; the times of the top 15 men from each college are totaled to find the winning team.