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Ski enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the first annual winter camp to be held at the Noon Day Mine on Feb. 17 through Feb. 22, 1937.
The mine is situated in the Bohemia district southeast of Cottage Grove and is about one thousand feet higher than the McKenzie pass. Abundant snows which are unexcelled for good skiing are a certainty.
The Outing is open to Obsidians only. Twenty one have signed for the full time and more are going for the week end. More particulars in the next issue.
This is the first time an extended outing outing has been planned by the members in winter and it promises to be no sissy affair.
OBSIDIAN SKI CLUB LEADS OUT IN WINTER SPORTS
A Ski equipment style show and unusually good moving pictures of the local snow mobile, plus the 1935 Northwest Ski Tournament at Mt. Hood, were the features of the Obsidian Ski Club's annual meeting at Villard Hall, Dec. 8th.
Harry Wright has been getting prospective skiers limbered up in trim with calisthentics. The first instruction class met Dec. 15, and the movie reel, on Ski Technique, belonging to the club, is expected to be shown at a later date.
Statistics show that most ski accidents occur the first of the season. "Safety first before Stunting on Skis." Let's have a good year's record for avoidable accidents. Therefore, learn your technique and develop your ski legs.
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