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March 10, 1958
Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend
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March 10, 1958

Snow Patrol

Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

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New Hampshire: State's areas just recorded biggest 14-day attendance ever.

DARTMOUTH SKIWAY. Dartmouth College, coached by Al Merrill and Bill Beck, broke Denver University's four-year stranglehold on NCAA Intercollegiate title by taking top two slalom places plus second and third in downhill. Denver won both jump and cross-country but failed to score in the runner-up soots (see SCOREBOARD). UP 56, LO 72.

CANNON MT. UP 120, LO 40, CR 3,000.

SUNAPEE. Attendance to date exceeds last year's total. LO 18, CR 1,000.

CRANMORE. Cars parked in the lot included licenses from Maryland, Illinois, Ohio, Washington, Colorado, Utah, Texas, Florida and D.C. One couple flew here from Miami, skied two days, flew back.

WILDCAT. Skiers at midway shack are being entertained by impromptu guitar sessions. Guitarist Napoleon Buteau is expert in French song. UP. 121, LO 90, CR 800.

Maine: SUGARLOAK. Skiing good. Expect skiing will last into May. UP 126, LO 70.

PLEASANT MT. Skiing excellent. UP 60.

New York: Rain last weekend turned to snow, added four inches of cover.

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