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Skiing Team Will Hold Race Over New Tuckerman Trail

Good Conditions Exist for Event Open to Entire University


With conditions favorable to skiing existing in the Mt. Washington region, the skiing team will hold a race open to all members of the University this Sunday. The race will be down-hill on the New Tuckerman Ravine Trail.

The whole course is covered with a foot and a half of powder snow. Since this will be the first race on a new trail, the results will be indicative of both the abilities of the team and the potentialities of the course itself.

The race will take place over a mile and three quarters of the two and a half mile trail. The steepest single grade of the race is a twenty-five degree drop; the course averages a forty foot width. Base of operations will be the Mountaineering Club cabin on Mt. Washington and the race will begin at noon. From the placing at the finish of the race it is expected that the nucleus of the team will be selected by Coach Charles N. Proctor.

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