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At long last a pathetic little snowflake
ventured into the neighborhood of Miss
Carpenter, and we all dashed to the ski-
room, slapped a little wax on the old
boards, and were out on "Suicide Slope"
before that flake ever reached the ground.
But we didn't have to wait long for some
real snow, and when it came it really did.
There were afternoons when we had to
shovel to the ski-room before we could get
our skis, and there were also times when
we would vainly try to do a stem turn
with the snow around our waists. A Gar-
goyle-Griffin competition was held on the
hockey field, the most spectacular fea-
tures of which were the potato race and
the backward race. It was obvious that
the yogi certainly had nothing on us at
Abbot. Strive as they will they could
never have equalled the peculiar positions
that we attained that afternoon. It is odd
how quickly one can completely entangle
himself in skis and poles and snow, but
how long it takes to get out. However, we
finally found ourselves skiing over and
across tufts of green grass, so we turned
to gym and dance.
VVe thought we were in condition, but
rllary Taylor, Captain of the Gargoyles
Phyllis Hardon, Captain of the Griffins”