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Volume 16, No. 2 (January 1950)

  • Ski Waxes, Lacquers, Plastics and Their Use, by F.H. Wiessner, Inc., pg. 1
  • We Go To A Party, pg. 2
  • Staff Stuff, pg. 2
  • Woodsman Spare That Tree, by "Art" Goodrich, pg. 3
  • Fraternity Frolics, Mountain Style, pg. 3
  • UVM Men's Ski Team, pg. 4
  • Books For Skiers, pg. 4
  • With The Ski Patrol, Luther Booth and Lanou Hudson, pg. 5
  • Around The Mountain, Abner W. Coleman, pg. 5
  • Annual Ski Patrol Ball, pg. 5
  • Stowe Hotels, Inns, Ski Lodges, and Guest Homes [lodging rates], pg. 7
  • Vic Constant Race, by Roger Adams, pg. 7
  • Stoway Style, Ski Shop Talk, by John Black, pg. 8
  • Scholastic Skiing, by Langdon S. Cummings, Junior Skiing Committee, pg. 8
  • Mt Mansfield Ski Club – It's Future, by Roger B. Adams (Club President), pg. 8
  • Letters to the Editor, pg. 9
  • Chit Chat, by "Gil" Gilchrist, pg. 1
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    Volume 16, No. 4 (July 1950)

  • Chair Lift In Summer, by Charles Lord, pg. 1
  • Around the Hearth, pg. 2
  • About the Fourth of July Special, pg. 2
  • Ski Sport Skis – Past Present and Future, by William V. Mason, President, Derby & Ball, pg. 2
  • How Would You Like to Get "Life"?, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 3
  • Chit Chat, by G.A. "Gil" Gilchrist, pg. 3
  • Around the Mountain, by A.W. Coleman, pg. 4
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    Volume 17, No. 1 (December 1950)

  • Scythe Snaths to Skis in 100 Years, by William V. Mason as told to Luther Booth, pg. 1
  • Application for Membership Mt Mansfield Ski Club, pg. 2
  • While the Presses Wait, pg. 2
  • Photo Contest, by George Wesson, pg. 2
  • The President's Message, by Charles Blauvelt, pg. 2
  • For Sale, pg. 2
  • National Ski Patrol Tells How to Be Safe While on the Ski Slopes, pg. 4
  • Around the Mountain, by A.W. Coleman, pg. 5
  • Chit Chat, by Gil Gilchrist, pg. 5
  • Stoway Style, by John W. Black, pg. 6
  • Mt Mansfield Ski Club Races – 1951, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 7
  • Trail Notes, by Charles Lord pg. 7
  • Spruce Peak Area Gets New T-bar, pg. 7
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    Volume 17, No. 2 (February 1951)

  • A "Bay-Staters" Impressions of Mt. Mansfield, by Ralph White, pg. 1
  • Book Review, by "Slug" McEvers, pg. 2
  • Trail for Racing Only, pg. 2
  • Letters to the Editor, pg. 3
  • With the Ski Patrol, pg. 4
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    Volume 17, No. 3 (March 1951)

  • Around the Mountain, by Abner W. Coleman, pg. 1
  • Capt. Robert Ray Ordered to Alaska for Field Exercise, pg. 2
  • Presidents Report to Members, by Charles Blauvelt, pg. 2
  • Skiing With Gusto, pg. 4
  • Every Inch a Champion, by Ergo, pg. 5
  • USEASA Women's Eastern Combined Championships Results, pg. 5
  • 4th National Jr. Men's Downhill, Slalom & Combined Championships Results, pg. 5
  • 4th National Jr. Women's Downhill, Slalom & Combined Championships Results, pg. 5
  • Official Results – 1951 Stowe Derby, pg. 6
  • Vic Constant Trophy Race, Downhill Results, pg. 6
  • Racing on Mt Mansfield (1951), by Henry Simoneau, pg. 6
  • A Word About Ralph White, pg. 7
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    Volume 17, No. 4 (August 1951)

  • Stowe Awarded '52 National Ski Championships, pg. 1
  • Stowe Art Gallery, pg. 1
  • Mt. Mansfield Skiing, pg. 1
  • Summer Summary, pg. 2
  • Ski Touring the Alps from Austria to Switzerland, by Mrs. C.V. Starr, pg. 2
  • Stowe News, pg. 3
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    Volume 18, No. 1 (December 1951)

  • The Nose Dive: Now Longest Class "A" Racing Trail in East, by Charles Lord, pg. 1
  • President's Message, pg. 1
  • Putting the Snow on the Road, pg. 2
  • Ski Club Sponsors Junior Ski Program, by Johnny Spasyk, pg. 2
  • Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Abner W. Coleman, pg. 3
  • Ski Boots and Feet, by Hans Kraus, M.D., pg. 5
  • Mt. Mansfield Club Member to Coach Norwich Ski Team, pg. 5
  • Report of the Race Committee, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 4
  • Membership Committee Report, by Hannes Lipponer, pg. 6
  • New York to Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 6
  • Spilling the Beans, by Pansy Prince, pg. 7
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    Volume 18, No. 2 (February 1952)

  • Pepi Gabl-Ski Champion, by Gordon Manning, pg. 1
  • Review of the Vic Constant Race, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 1
  • Junior Skiing Program Gets Under Way, pg. 2
  • President's Report to the Members, by Charles Blauvelt, pg. 2
  • Nippon Chances at Oslo Rosier, Thanks to Aid by U.S. Financier, by Leslie Nakashima, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 3
  • Stowe Derby Time Trial Race, pg. 3
  • Poles – My Pet Peeve, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 4
  • Pre-Skiing – Muscle Conditioning, by Hans Kraus, M.D., pg. 5
  • New York to Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 6
  • Announcing Hilarious Ski Anecdote Contest, pg. 6
  • Stowe Has Biggest Day on Record, pg. 6
  • How's Your Insurance, pg. 6
  • Spilling the Beans, by Pansy Prince, pg. 7
  • 16 Promising Young Skiers Guests of Stowe-Mansfield, pg. 8
  • 5th Annual Vic Constant Memorial Race- DH, SL and Combined Results, pg. 8
  • 5th Annual Vic Constant Memorial Race- Slalom Results, pg. 8
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    Volume 18, No. 3 (April 1952)

  • We Staged the National Championships of '52, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 1
  • Fashion Notes from Stowe, pg. 1
  • Stow-Tistics, pg. 2
  • Spring Meeting of the Mt. Mansfield Ski Club April 26, pg. 2
  • The Sepp Ruschp Ski School, by Gordon Manning, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 3
  • Do Big Name Races Pay Off?, by Gordon Manning, pg. 4
  • New York to Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 6
  • How to Care for Ski Equipment, by Charlie Mills, pg. 6
  • Vermont Life to Feature Stowe in Summer Issue, pg. 6
  • Ski Anecdote Contest, (Frank Springer-Miller), pg. 7
  • Skiers + It's Not As Late As You Think, by Gordon Manning, pg. 7
  • First Aid Before Arrival of Patrol, by Hans Kraus, pg. 8
  • The Safety Binding, pg. 8
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    Volume 19, No. 1 (December 1952)

  • Stowe Skier To Train Abroad This Winter, pg. 1
  • '53 Race Program, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 2
  • A Stowe Milestone: 1,000,000th Skier on Chair To Be Feted Given Prizes, by Gordon Manning, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 3
  • New Trail on Mt Mansfield, pg. 4
  • Ski Boots and Feet, by Hans Kraus, MD, pg. 5
  • New York to Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 6
  • Mansfield Progress, by Charles D. Lord, pg. 6
  • Eastern Racers to Train at Stowe Again, pg. 6
  • Ski Club Program, pg. 6
  • President's Message, by Ted Means, pg. 7
  • Spilling the Beans, by Pansy Prince, pg. 7
  • Ski Nursery, pg. 7
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    Volume 19, No. 2 (January 1953)

  • Vic Constant Memorial Race Again Successfully Held, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 1
  • Hob Nob Changes Hands, pg. 2
  • First Aid for Mountaineering, by Hans Kraus, M.D., pg. 2
  • Stowe and the Ski Patrol, by Nancy Hoyt, pg. 2
  • Have You Paid Your Dues, by Membership Committee, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 3
  • Foot in Boot and Boot on Ski, Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 4
  • Stowe Flurries, by Amdmjl, pg. 5
  • New York To Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 6
  • 6th Annual Victor Constant Trophy Race- DH, SL and Combined Results, pg. 6
  • Spilling the Beans, by Pansy Prince, pg. 7
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    Volume 19, No. 3, (February 1953)

  • Skiing After Forty … No Age Limit to The Sport, by Gordon Manning, pg. 1
  • More About Boot 'N Ski, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 2
  • Sprains – Symptoms and First Aid Treatment, by Hans Kraus, pg. 2
  • Stowe Flurries, by Amdmjl, pg. 2
  • Have You Paid Your Dues, by Membership Committee, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 3
  • Lena Gale Writes From Austria, pg. 4
  • With the Patrol, by George Wesson, pg. 5
  • New York To Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 6
  • National and North American Races at Stowe in 1953, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 6
  • Spilling the Beans, by Pansy Prince, pg. 7
  • Millionth Skier to Ride Single Chair, with Sepp Ruschp [Photo]
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    Volume 20, No. 1 (December 1953)

  • 1954 Racing at Mt Mansfield, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 1
  • Welcome to Stowe, by Charles Daly, pg. 1
  • With the Ski Patrol, by George Wesson, pg. 2
  • What is New in Stowe, by Charles D. Lord, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 3
  • New York To Stowe, By Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 5
  • The Upright Ski Technique, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 5
  • Doc's Dope, by David Bryan, M.D., pg. 6
  • F.I.S. Fund Dilemma, by Sepp Ruschp, pg. 6
  • Stowe Flurries, by Jadian, pg. 2
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    Volume 20, No. 2 (January 1954)

  • Winter Driving – Easy Does It, by Harold Kimball, pg. 1
  • The Home Town Race: The Stowe Derby, by Erling Strom, pg. 1
  • Have You Paid Your Dues, by Membership Committee, pg. 2
  • Membership Application (Frank Springer-Miller)
  • 7th Annual Victor Constant Trophy Race- DH, SL and Combined Results, pg. 2
  • A Short History of Skiing in the Stowe–Mansfield Area, by Charles D. Lord, pg. 2
  • New Ski Gear, Frank Springer Miller, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 3
  • The Ski School (photos), by Bob Bourdon, pg. 4
  • New York To Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 5
  • Ski Racing in the Electronic Age, by Bill Hazelett, pg. 6
  • Spilling the Beans, by Pansy Prince, pg. 6
  • "Modern Skiing by Bob Bourdon", A book review by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 7
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    Volume 20, No. 3, (April 1954)

  • A Forgotten Genius, by A.W. Coleman, pg. 3
  • Handing Out Credits, (the Editor), pg. 5
  • A Glance Back, by Huntley Palmer, pg 7
  • Powder Paradise, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 8
  • First Ski Patrol in U.S. Organized Twenty Years Ago – Mt. Mansfield Ski Patrol Also Has 20th Anniversary, by Lanou Hudson, pg. 1
  • The history of the ski club emblem/patch [Photo & Caption], pg. 1
  • The Ranch Camp of the Mt. Mansfield Ski Club (Editor), pg. 1
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 1
  • Stowe School Children Race Climax of Community Junior Ski Program, pg. 1
  • Stowe Flurries, by Jadian, pg. 1
  • New York To Stowe, By Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 1
  • Stan – My Hero, Anonymous, pg. 2
  • Spilling the Beans, by Pansy Prince, pg. 2
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    Volume 21, No. 1 (December 1954)

  • Unfinished Business (Editor), pg. 2
  • As the Editor Sees It, pg. 2
  • Stowe in July, by Charles Daly, pg. 3
  • With the Ski Patrol, by George Wesson, pg. 4
  • Mt Mansfield Ski Patrol Leader Gets National Safety Award, by Lanou Hudson, pg. 4
  • New York To Stowe, By Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 5
  • News from the Mountain, by Charles D. Lord, pg. 5
  • The Mt Mansfield Snobold, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 6
  • Oh Dear, Did You Hear, by Anonymous, pg. 6
  • Director and Chairmen [Listing], pg. 7
  • Application for Membership, pg. 7
  • So Near to Heaven, pg. 8
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    Volume 21, No. 2 (January 1955)

  • As the Editor Sees It, pg. 2
  • Ski Jingles, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 2
  • Charles Daly and the News, by Charles Daly, pg. 3
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 4
  • This Could Have Happened in Stowe, pg. 4
  • Do You Know Your Edges, by Nelson S. Griggs, pg. 5
  • Release it or Not?, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 6
  • With the Ski Patrol, by Lanou Hudson & George Wesson, pg. 7
  • Now We Have Everything for Ski Racing on Mt Mansfield, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 7
  • Second American International Championships to Be Held in March, by News Bureau of the Mt. Mansfield Company, pg. 8
  • New York To Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 9
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    Volume 21, No. 3, (February 1955)

  • As the Editor Sees It, pg. 2
  • I'll Stick to Skiing and Proofreading, by Raymond Amiro, pg. 2
  • A Mt. Mansfield Ski Club Member's Impression of Skiing in Europe, by Mary Bourdon, pg. 3
  • Life On The Mountain as Seen By 'Me', pg. 4
  • Skiing Accident Prevention, by Raymond J. Amiro, pg. 4
  • Alpine Letter, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 5
  • The Junior Skiing Program in Stowe, by Charles Daly, pg. 6
  • New York To Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 7
  • [Information Sheet for the American International Race], pg. 7
  • Now Hear This!, by Anonymous II, pg. 8
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    Volume 21, No. 4 (March 1955)

  • As the Editor Sees It, pg. 2
  • Letter to the Editor, pg. 2
  • Molterer Cops Combined Honors, Andrea Mead Lawrence 3-way Winner at 2nd American International Races, by Don Scholle, pg. 3
  • Coming Events, pg. 4
  • Around the Mountain, by Abner W. Coleman, pg. 5
  • The Control Center, by Bill Hazelett, pg. 6
  • National Ski Flexing Week, pg. 6
  • The Stone Hut at Elevation 3550, by Alan Hadley, pg. 7
  • Some Trail Condition Definitions, by Verill, pg. 7
  • The 1995 Harriman Cup, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 8
  • A House Divided, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 9
  • New York To Stowe, By Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 7
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    Volume 22, No. 1 (December 1955)

  • Welcome Back to Stowe, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • What To Look for in Stowe This Winter, pg. 2
  • Officers and Committee Chairman Listing, pg. 2
  • Taxation Without Representation, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 3
  • Films: Available to Clubs and Groups, by Robert bourdon, pg. 3
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 4
  • MMSC Members Contributing to Olympic Ski Team Fund, pg. 5
  • New York To Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 7
  • Safety, Courtesy and Common Sense, pg. 7
  • With the Ski Patrol, by Lanou Hudson, pg. 8
  • Winter Photo Tips, by George Wesson, pg. 8
  • Carnival Weekend Highlights Race Schedule, by Don Scholle, pg. 9
  • Proficiency Tests, by Abner W. Coleman, pg. 9
  • Olympic Fund Drive Successful, pg. 10
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    Volume 22, No. 2, (January 1956)

  • New Publication, pg. 2
  • And Some Still Climb, pg. 2
  • We Get 'Em Young, pg. 2
  • Notes From the Executive Branch, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • A Director Is - , pg. 2
  • Dream of a new clubhouse article, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 3
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg 3
  • Victor Constant Heralds Race Season, by Don Scholle, pg. 4
  • Talk To a Tyro, by Mary Greene, pg. 4
  • Carnival Weekend Most Gala Event, by Don Scholle, pg. 5
  • Thoughts Written During a January Thaw, by Mary Bourdon, pg. 5
  • March of Dimes Kick-off Takes Place Atop Mt. Mansfield, by Peggy Daly, pg. 6
  • New York To Stowe, by Norma Magnus Walker, pg. 7
  • European Holiday – A Stowe Amateur Goes Skiing And Finds That Everybody Races, by Madi Springer-Miller, pg. 8
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    Volume 22, No. 3 (February 1956)

  • Carnival Night, pg. 2
  • Name Band Secured, pg. 2
  • A Carnival Is coming To Stowe, by Hesterly Black, pg. 2
  • Welcome to Carnival Weekend, by Sepp Ruschp & Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • An Entire Weekend for You and Your Guests, by Don Scholle, pg. 3
  • Raffle, by Nancy Graham, pg 3
  • More about Carnival Weekend, by Dave Partridge, pg. 4
  • Fun Booths for Benefit MMSC Planned, by Anne Morgan and Bob Kirby, pg 4
  • Interim Report from the President, pg. 5
  • Club Downhill Championships 1956 Carnival Style, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 5
  • Stigum Captures Constant Race, by Don Scholle, pg. 6
  • Now Hear This, by Gub Langdon, pg. 6
  • Carnival Exhibition Race, by Gale Shaw, pg. 6
  • The Trouble with Skiing, by Mary Greene, pg. 7
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 7
  • Sierra Letter, by Frank Springer Miller, pg. 8
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    Volume 22, No. 4 (April 1956)

  • …As the Curtain Slowly Falls, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • Sugar Slalom Not The Same, by Mary Bourdon, pg. 2
  • Carnival Weekend Exceeds Expectations, by Don Scholle, pg. 3
  • Day on the Mountain as Seen by – 'Me', pg. 4
  • Results of the Stowe School Children's Slalom Race Held March 25th, pg. 4
  • Sugar Slalom, by Mary Bourdon, pg. 4
  • Stowe in Summer, pg. 5
  • Mansfield Revisited, by Marty Bourdon, pg. 5
  • Sierra Letter II, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 6
  • How Ye Editor Battled the Percentages – And Lost, by Raymond Amiro, pg. 6
  • Cross-country Race to be Held in Stowe, April 7th, pg. 6
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 7
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    Volume 22, No. 5 (August 1956)

  • With A Glimpse Of The Past And A look To The Future, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • Mount Mansfield Ski Club Flight '57 to Europe Receiving Good Response, Paul Sutton, pg. 3
  • With the Ski Patrol, by Lanou Hudson, pg. 3
  • So You'll Ski the Alps This Winter!, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 4
  • Why a Summer Issue, by the Editor, pg. 4
  • News from "The Mountain Company", July 27, 1956, by Bob Bourdon, pg. 5
  • An Open Letter, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 5
  • Report of the Annual Spring Meeting, by Katherine Hart, pg. 6
  • T-I-M-B-E-R, by Chet Ayers, pg. 6
  • Stowe in Summer, pg. 7
  • Mansfield Revisited, by Mary Bourdon, pg. 7
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 8
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    Volume 23, No. 1 (November 1956)

  • This is Your Ski Club 1956-1957, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • "The Winners", by Gale Shaw, pg. 3
  • Your Club Directors in Micro Sketches, by Arthur Goodrich, pg. 4
  • White Pastures, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 4
  • The Snoracle of Stowe, pg. 5
  • "Flight '57" Headed for Europe – On Schedule
  • They've Been Doing Things in Stowe, pg. 6
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 7
  • Ski and Train in Summer Right in the USA, by Madi Springer-Miller, pg. 8
  • Sabbatical in Europe, by Kerr Sparks, pg. 9
  • [List of Club Officers], pg. 9
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    Volume 23, No. 2 (January 1957)

  • A Letter to the Members from the President's Office, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • Racing Events 1957, by Gales Shaw, Jr., pg. 2
  • Why Races?, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 3
  • Ski Patrol News, by Lanou Hudson, pg. 3
  • European Skiing Courtesy of Uncle Sam, by M/SGT. Leslie I. Hurley, pg. 4
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 5
  • Life as a Racer as Seen, by "Me", pg. 5
  • Your Directors More Micro Sketches, by Arthur Goodrich, pg. 6
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 6
  • Patrol Interests, by Robert B. Williams, pg. 7
  • Seats Still Available on Flight '57, by Paul Sutton and Jack Shearer, pg. 8
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    Volume 23, No. 3 (March 1957)

  • President Daly Reports to the Members, pg. 2
  • A Skielegy, by Effessem, pg. 2
  • The "Big" One, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 3
  • "The Trapp Family", pg. 4
  • With the Ski Patrol, by Lanou Hudson, pg. 4
  • Gold Mine on Top of Silver Mine, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 5
  • Final Micro Sketches, by Arthur Goodrich, pg. 5
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 6
  • Gala Weekend, by Kathryn Hart, pg. 7
  • Stowe Goes All Out to Perfect Race Trails for International Races, pg. 7
  • More Happy Memories of Flight '57, by Nancy McNamara, pg. 8
  • Stowawatha, by Charles Daly, pg. 8
  • New Board of Directors Hold First Meeting, pg. 9
  • One Short Visit Calls for Another, pg. 9
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    Volume 23, No. 4 (July 1957)

  • The Secretary Reports, by Kathryn Hart, pg. 2
  • The Trend of Organized Skiing, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • Club Flight '57 Huge Success, by Paul Sutton and Jack Shearer, pg. 3
  • On the Magic Carpet, from Coast to Coast, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 3
  • Letters a President Likes to Get, pg. 5
  • As I Remember Billy Woods, by Madi Springer-Miller, pg. 5
  • Racing 1957, by Gale Shaw, pg. 6
  • Plans Underway for Mt Mansfield Ski Club Flight '58 to Europe, pg. 7
  • Inside Stowe, by Mary Bourdon, pg. 7
  • Stowe Playhouse, pg. 8
  • Ski Heil … And of Again in '58, by Paul Sutton and Jack Shearer, pg. 10
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    Volume 24, No. 1 (December 1957)

  • What to Look For in 1958, by Gale Shaw, pg. 2
  • Special Optional Conducted Ski Tour Offered to Members of Mt Mansfield Ski Club, pg. 2
  • Mt Mansfield Ski Club Collects $3,000 Plus, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • Race Program For '58, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 3
  • Flight '58 – flying TWA – Jet Stream to Europe, by Paul Sutton and Jack Shearer, pg. 3
  • Winter and Cars at Stowe, by Hiram the Cabbie, pg. 4
  • USEASA Director Congratulates Club for Record F.I.S. Drive, pg. 4
  • [List of Mt Mansfield Ski Club Donors to F.I.S. Fund], pg. 5
  • You Gotta Get in Shape, by Brunswick Springs, pg. 5
  • Physical Fitness for F.I.S., by Madi Springer-Miller, pg. 5
  • Racing Rules, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 6
  • Late News from Stowe, pg. 6
  • High Altitude Holiday in the Austrian Alps, by Arnold Schein, pg. 7
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 7
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    Volume 24, No. 2 (January 1958)

  • Support and Participation, by Gale Shaw, pg. 2
  • There's Always Stowe you Know, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • Flight '58, by Paul Sutton and Jack Shearer
  • Contributions to F.I.S. Fund Still Arriving, pg. 3
  • 1957-1958 Program, pg. 3
  • Fun in Bed and Bathtub, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 4
  • Crusty, Man, Crusty, by Brunswick Springs, pg. 4
  • F.I.S. Nordic Team to Compete in Vermont Cross Country Championships and Exhibition Jump at Stowe, pg. 5
  • Testimonial Dinner Held at Stowe for Sepp Ruschp, pg. 5
  • Skiing on a Crowded Weekend as Seen by Me, pg. 6
  • First Annual Stowe Cup Race January 25-26, pg. 7
  • Gala Weekend, pg. 7
  • News From the Ski Club Office, by Kathryn Hart, pg. 7
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    Volume 24, No. 3 (March 1958)

  • Gala Weekend, by John Flint, pg. 2
  • Daly Nominated for President of USEASA, by Luther Booth, pg. 2
  • Send for the Patrol, But Wait a Second, by Ed Billings, pg. 2
  • Around the Mountain, by Luther Booth, pg. 3
  • Vermont State Cross Country Championship Results, pg. 3
  • A Touring We Will Go!, by Charles Daly, pg. 4
  • Ski Instructor on the Distaff Side, by Greta Gutterson, pg. 4
  • The Chatter Box, by Pandora, pg. 5
  • After Skiing, What?, by Brunswick Springs, pg. 5
  • Johansson Wins Cross Country Race, by Gale Shaw, pg. 6
  • Southerland And Hannah Win USEASA Giant Slalom For Juniors, pg. 7
  • Webber And Snite USEASA Alpine Combined Champions, pg. 7
  • Additional F.I.S. Fund Contributors, pg. 7
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 7
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    Volume 24, No. 4 (April 1958)

  • Why No F.I.S. Firsts?, by Charles Daly, pg. 2
  • More About Safety, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 2
  • Profile, by Brooke Sterling, pg. 2
  • The Sugar Slalom – 1958, pg. 3
  • The Winnahs, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 3
  • The Chatterbox, by Pandora, pg. 4
  • Easter Parade Prizes, pg. 4
  • USEASA Junior Championships, by Gale Shaw, pg. 5
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 6
  • Looking back on Flight '58, pg. 6
  • The Sputnik Sale For The Girl Skier Who Wants to Look Out of This World, by Gub Langdon, pg. 7
  • Mt Mansfield Ski Club Flight '59 To Europe, pg. 7
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    Volume 24, No. 5 (Summer 1958)

  • [only a cover and a letter from Frank Springer-Miller in this issue]

     

    Volume 25, No. 1 (December 1958)

  • President's Message, by Gale Shaw, pg. 2
  • News Bulletin From Stowe, pg. 2
  • Meet Your Club Officers and Directors For 1958-1959, Charles Black, pg. 2
  • This Is It!!!, pg. 3
  • Altitude Hazard, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 3
  • Ten Rules for Working In a Ski Shop, by Mary Lou Edwards, pg. 3
  • A Report: Racing Behind the Iron Curtain, by Madi Springer-Miller, pg. 4
  • A Slight Whymper or Scrambled in the Alps, by Muriel Wiessner, pg. 5
  • Inside Stowe, Nancy Graham, pg. 6
  • Meet Pete Dresser Your New Club Secretary, pg. 6
  • MMSC Charter Flight to Europe 1959, pg. 7
  • Snoball for Rent – Maybe!, pg. 7
  • Have You Paid Your 1959 Club Dues?, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 7
  • The 1959 Stowe School Children's Program, by Mary Bourdon, pg. 8
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    Volume 25, No. 2 (January 1959)

  • Humorous Skiing Experience Contest, pg. 2
  • You Are Dead, by John Clement, pg. 2
  • The USEASA, how It Work For You, by Charles Daly, USEASA President, pg. 2
  • Closed Gates… Open Gates… Some Ends and Odds, pg. 2
  • Penelope Skis, by Ann Fry, pg. 3
  • Future Champions Train at Stowe, pg. 3
  • Winter Driving Secrets, by Edward Fales, pg. 4
  • A Report: Racing Behind the Iron Curtain, Part II; or, Racing from Party to Party, by Madi Springer-Miller, pg. 5
  • It's All In The Way You Look At It, by Llew Evans, pg. 6
  • Bob Bourdon and Me on Wedeln, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 6
  • "This Year I Think…", by Robert Hagerman, pg. 7
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    Volume 25, No. 3 (February 1959)

  • Vermont Alpine Championships to Replace American Internationals, by Gale Shaw, pg. 2
  • Sorry, No Sensationalism – Just Facts!, by Sepp Ruschp, pg. 2
  • Stowe to Host Junior Skier Training Course, pg. 3
  • Case of Mistaken Identity (Frank Springer-Miller letter reprinted by SKI Magazine), pg. 3
  • MMSC Charter Flight Off to Europe, pg. 3
  • Humorous Skiing Experience Contest Entries, pg. 4
  • A Report of the MMSC Race Committee, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 5
  • How to Enjoy Your Vacation As Seen by ME, (by Frank Springer-Miller?), pg. 6
  • The Greers, All EIGHT of Them Go Skiing, by Kathryn Greer, pg. 7
  • Gala Weekend Preview, by Entertainment Committee, pg. 7
  • Prominent Skiers Wed in N.Y.C., pg. 8
  • This Year I Think…, by Robert Hagerman, pg. 10
  • Twenty-Five Years Ago, First Downhill Race on Mt Mansfield, by Alan Hadley, pg. 11
  • P.S. From St. Moritz, by Art Buchwald, pg. 11
  • COLD Plus WIND, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 12
  • Thanks Mr. Ruschp, pg. 12
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    Volume 25, No. 4 (April 1959)

  • The Heights of Mt Mansfield, by John Kirkland, pg. 2
  • President's Message, by Gale Shaw, pg. 2
  • Stowe Spring Song, by Ann Trowbridge, pg. 2
  • Some Season's End Suggestion For The Care of Ski Equipment, by Robert Hagerman, pg. 3
  • With The Ski Patrol, by Lanou Hudson, pg. 3
  • Inside Stowe, by Nancy Graham, pg. 3
  • Humorous Skiing Experience Contest Entries, pg. 4
  • Mt Mansfield Ski Club Championships Results, pg. 6
  • Vermont Alpine Championship Races Results, pg. 7
  • Charter Flight to Chile - Interested???, pg. 10
  • To Europe, 1960 MMSC Charter Flight, pg. 10
  • Contributors To Date To The MMSC Olympic Fund Drive, pg. 12
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    Volume 25, No. 5 (July 1959)

  • This Summer In Stowe, pg. 2
  • Humorous Skiing Experience Contest Winners, pg. 2
  • Charter Flight to the Alps, pg. 3
  • Stowe Summer Calendar, pg. 3
  • There is Still Time To Keep That Last New Year's Resolution, as told by knowing people to Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 4
  • What To Look For in Stretch Pants, by Gub Langdon, pg. 4
  • Mt Mansfield electric Railroad Makes Last Run, by Robert Hagerman, pg. 5
  • Flight to Chile Cancelled, pg. 5
  • Of Scaremongers, by Frank Springer-Miller, pg. 6
  • Stowe Off Season, pg. 6
  • George Kurronen Picked For Olympic Cross Country Training Squad, pg. 8
  • Additional Donors to Olympic Fund, pg. 8
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    Volume 25, No. 6 (December 1959)

  • Sepp Ruschp Attends F.I.S. Conference, pg. 2
  • President's Message, by Gale Shaw, pg. 2
  • New Rates For Lifts Announced By Mt Mansfield Company, pg. 3
  • The 1959-1960 Racing Season, by Henry Simoneau, pg. 4
  • Action For A Stronger And Better Club, by Charles Daly, pg. 4
  • Skiing Might Start November 14th, Then Again It Might Not, by Robert Hagerman, pg. 4
  • Report on Junior Skiing Plans for 1960, pg. 5
  • Crews Cruise to Bale Trails, by John King, pg. 5
  • MMSC Flight '60 Filling Fast, pg. 5
  • Stowe News and Notes, pg. 6
  • Reprinted With Permission Department, pg. 6