The Tech Ski Club was organized in 1965 because of the many students who held interests in skiing. Films are shown and discussions are held to help the skiing enthusiasts improve their agility on the slopes. Terry Peak, the well-known ski resort, is only 50 miles from campus thus allowing the students here at Tech an excellent opportunity to pursue this popular sport.
Left to right: Bill Thorvaldstadt, Don Stocker, John Thayer, Mike Hessman, Tony Bulat, Dave Paulson.
Two girls prepare to head out for a day of skiing.
The tow-line saves time and wear to the skier in taking the skier to the starting point for the trip down the slope.
It is a long and tedious process which one encounters at the tow-line which carries the skiers to the top of the run.
Snow-plowing is a basic maneuver taught in skiing; this is due to the fact that it is the only safe way to stop.
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