Sport: Prager's Skiers

While Otto Schniebs was in charge of the Dartmouth College ski team it had few real challengers in the U. S. But last year Coach Schniebs resigned, and a 25-year-old Swiss named Walter Prager was imported to succeed him. Skimeister Prager's recommendations consisted of a trunkful of important European skiing-championship awards, including the downhill world championship (1933). He took over Dartmouth's winter activities quietly, confident he could do as good a job as his predecessor. Last week Coach Prager was sure enough of himself to divide his ski squad into two six-man teams...

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