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April 07, 1958
Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend
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April 07, 1958

Snow Patrol

Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

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New Hampshire: Skiers continued to come out in big numbers. Expect skiing to last at least two more weeks.

CANNON. Biggest crowd of season. Gordon Eaton of Holderness School broke old record of 1:59 by five seconds while running for his Gold Cannon pin. UP 80, LO 40, CR 2,800.

WILDCAT. Skiing good. Gondola closed after two skiers were slightly injured when lift mechanism slipped, let cars run backward. Should be repaired and in operation for weekend. T bar ran. UP 112, LO 64.

CRANMORE. Excellent conditions continued to draw big gate. UP 70, LO 36, CR 3,000.

Maine: SUGARLOAF. Annual Sugarloaf Schuss downhill races here April 5 and 6. UP 143.

Massachusetts: All areas should be open this weekend in spite of warm weather during week.

JIMINY PEAK. Area offering free pancakes and coffee to all skiers costumed for traditional Easter weekend clown parade. UP 30, LO 8, CR 200.

BOUSQUETS. Skiing good. UP 32, LO 10.

New York: Spring skiing under way, with state's corn snow supply expected to keep for two or more weekends.

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