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Carter and Rogers Ski for Crimson at Conway Carnival

Carter Places Third in Jump Despite Lack of Experience

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Represented by only two men, the Ski Team took part in the Ski Carnival held at Conway, New Hampshire, yesterday. Though not an official meet, requiring participation as a team, Harvard's main opponents were Dartmouth and New Hampshire State College.

Captain Adams Carter, despite the fact that he had jumped only once before in competition, took third place in the ski jump, with a distance of 46 feet. He also took fourth place in the slalom and sixth in the downhill race. At the same time teammate Charlie Rogers though not an entrant in the jump placed seventh in both the slalom and the downhill competitions.

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