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Although final positions have not yet been figured out, four Harvard skiers finished near-the head of 100 Third Class championship racers in a slide over the Mount Gunstock trail at Laconia, New Hampshire, yesterday.

Well behind the winner, H.H. Cook, of Dartmouth, who completed the course in 3.40 minutes, William F. Loomis '36, Henry S. Parker, Jr. '36, Frederick S. Bigelow '38, and Harold T. White, Jr. '37, flashed across the line in 4.06, 4.08. 4.09, and 4.12 minutes respectively

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