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Squaw Valley, Calif.: Lack of snow closed Flying Saucer and Tram last weekend. Second and third bowls usable but icy. Mambo Meadow and Sunset Boulevard were closed. Upstairs cafeteria open in new lodge. Downstairs cafeteria bar and ski shops will open within week. TD 18-24, BD 10-12, Second Bowl 18, some bare spots.
Other Spots: Reno, Nev. lift not running. Yosemite, Calif.: good, TD 14, BD 13, CR 900; Mt. Shasta: no skiing, T bar scheduled to open Dec. 23; Edelweiss, Calif.: no skiing; Mt. Baldy, Calif.: no skiing. Mt. Rainier, Wash.: skiing good.
Sun Valley, Idaho: Good to excellent skiing last weekend. Holiday accommodations sold out. New Holiday Hut opened for after-ski dancing. Baldy TD 32, BD 36, River Run 20-26, Canyon 28-32, Dollar Mt. 18-24, Half Dollar 18, valley floor 12.
Aspen, Colo.: Skiing good after fine weekend snow. Denver U. edged out by Colorado U. and Western State College for first defeat in 21 ski meets. Stan Harwood ( Colo.) won downhill; Henning Arstal ( Denver), slalom; Mack Miller (Western State), cross-country; Peder Pytte ( Denver), jumping. TD 30-34, BD 16-20, Ruthies Run 16-30, Spar Gulch 20-30, Dipsy Doodle 20-34. CR 200, SN 7.
Hidden Valley, Colo.: Upper valley good, lower valley fair last weekend. Lower lift did not operate. Trails 1, 2 and 3 closed. New 2,200-foot disk lift opened. TD 24, BD 8.
Alta, Utah: Major runs open, and skiing good. Younger hot shots taking to knickers. TD 47, BD47, CR800, SN 23.