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January 27, 1958
Skiing across the country—reports complete through the preceding weekend. Be sure to check resorts for latest snow conditions before starting out on ski trip
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January 27, 1958

Snow Patrol

Skiing across the country—reports complete through the preceding weekend. Be sure to check resorts for latest snow conditions before starting out on ski trip

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UP—inches of snow on upper slopes and trails LO—inches of snow on lower slopes and trails CR—crowd last Saturday SN—inches of snow last week

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Wildcat, N.H.: Trails packed edge to edge in preparation for Jan. 25 opening of 6,800-foot gondola lift, first of its kind in U.S. Skiing from top of present T bar excellent last week. UP 52, LO 40, CR 1,500.

Cannon Mt., N.H.: All trails excellent. Middle and upper T bars not operating midweek yet. Howard Head, maker of Head skis, tried out new experimental X-37 downhill racing model here. UP 52, LO 40, CR 1,500.

Belknap, N.H.: Skiing good last weekend. Eight bus loads of CYO skiers from Boston on slopes, UP 25, LO 10.

Sunapee, N.H.: New weekend attendance record set here. UP 30, LO 10, CR 5,500.

Dartmouth Skiway, N.H.: Dartmouth team training here under Coaches Al Merrill and Bill Beck who replaced recently retired Walt Prager. UP 22, LO 14.

Black Mt., N.H.: Upper and lower slopes were excellent, UP 20, LO 36, CR 1,250.

Cranmore, N.H.: Skiers had light-powder skiing last weekend. Herbie Schneider's ski school logged in biggest number of pupils yet this year. UP 25, LO 16, CR 3,500.

Sugarloaf, Maine: Eighty youngsters from nearby towns participating every Monday in free ski school sessions under Head Instructor Werner Rothbacker of Austria who teaches the latest in Austrian shortswing. UP 40.

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