Scheduling a program aimed at training men for Uncle Sam's ski troops, the Harvard Mountaineering Club announced last night its winter series of climbs.
First climb after midyears will be an attempted ascent of Damnation Gully in Huntington Ravine, the longest gully in the ravine, which has never been climbed. Because of transportation difficulties, all climbs this year will be in Huntington Gully.
During the Christmas holidays two parties led by Maynard M. Miller '43 and William L. Putnam '45, president, made a first ascent of North Gully. Also announced with the winter plans was the publication in February of the club's tri-yearly journal, "Harvard Mountaineering." It will feature articles and pictures of all Harvard climbs during the last three years, Putnam, editor of the journal, said.