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Dennis Osborne, 20, of Crowley Lake, Calif. has taken second place in National Giant Slalom, third in Silver Belt.
Nancy Banks of Everett, Wash. is National women's champion in both Downhill and Combined, will defend both titles.
Bill Woods is one of most promising Olympic youngsters. Only a sophomore in Waterbury, Vt. High School, he won Class B races in New England during season. Rated outstanding Junior racer, he must meet Seniors in Nationals and Olympic tryouts.
Renie Cox, 16, of Port Leyden, N.Y. finished third in Junior Slalom last year, then placed second against Senior competition in Eastern Combined championships.
Skeeter Werner, though only 21, is an old pro among skiers. Junior Combined champ in '50, '51, she was Olympic alternate in 1952, and on FIS team last year.
Jerry Ann Devlin of Lake Placid, N.Y., a skier for 16 years, made grand slam in 1954 by winning National Women's Giant Slalom, Allais Cup and Women's Open competition in both Class A and Class B.
Mel Hoagland left Iowa State to tour ski circuit after winning 1953 Junior title and 1954 Senior Southern Rocky Mountain Combined.